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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: September 19, 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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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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ED'V.ARD CHl\NDLER, .1.-.' 'lir:- ci-:-'--died'- i in-,'i-court.- -jard_-.oC- -_the---- lho.Pita1' *- T"a / -':'1


ATTGRT AT LAW. THE: FL I .
rsiden ('. ItUflAJ. He was Aware that the surest way of rrnoring
his '
et O:cc, at Mirth 1R5. Otf a powerful impression, on a diaordeiod imagination ,;:
'e
-T I hl ISrEPHEN; S, was to counteract it by ono J ttll mort -l

AMUEL : strong. 1. -
Laic. ll
Attorney in at GmUden Connf1.S1OCtCJ "LAISSEZ NGUS FAIRE." : The wonderful cures effected by l\( BmrisD.t .': I

will hmivU1; practice Uuincy.in the Conn of ApCurs ___. nro well known. In 1734, Baily Franklio, '.:,1
anl --- ---
l !J"he Superior Gadsdcn, Leon and BctY7Uc mLQC 1LLjlW SSmmS &unP !UUDmm UWi U ----- '- C -- } Leroy nnd Lavoisier,'who were commissioned !: i
Q CD1LQ 7ItIa5fls -
J.ank.on
c nt1c:. to investigate this pretended science and give 1 .
) z o. -
]3nn\rr. C4-1venr. ;: Doct. I their opinion upon it, thus expresssd themselves .
Richard Blount .\t\RD. .
I
:1Ifl1SCOTT in their report:- J.
: ; i tenders his i services learnt .hat insinuations have been --- -
; professional to sore
IT LJW' HAVING Thp first 'hin which struck the commissioner t
.OTTOR.\EV i the citizens of St. Mark, and the (rr )u. llr with the design to injure us) INFLUENCE OF IMAGINATION IN CREA- I l
JcfTcrsoiiI
.;itiN'G I )':ted himself lonticrl1n, 1 ; surrounding county. He may al- 'hat our firm is. in favor of lhr !'..use Abolition; we : TING AND CURING DISEASE. was the extraordinory nature of the eflecti. .

Floruit! tenors !Ins professional MTVJ He-, \vnys be found at his office when not profcssionallv hen.by openly declare, that foUo'1; assertions are false The effects I I exhibited! by maenetism,-and the ap.arent insufficiency j t. 'J
:Vitivn! of tho Territory Generally. 1. and mtcr' produced, by the workings of
e n gige unfounded and ourselves that
we
f l,r'1 h"l'n;..)nrts of t1 h, Counties of Lr(.n, : ) ; pledge the imacimtion .f the means by which they were .-i
I -.1. :lruk,24ih .1n1\, 18.15. !0t1. all l the members of our house are entirely opposed in on mon and brute animals are .
"Ii.rrLl'11rCI Gad ,lcn, .3nJ the Courts of Thomas: produced. The effects were violent, :roduced I ,
I the views
jffcrs1fl ..iII olso tenders his services i I ( niniiuiK alter .1aif'. application i will be made hI principle, to ofilic Abolitionists; regarding extraordinary and incentro rtible. Thf fol- :
/ntLO'orl.:$ (GeM,rrai 1' a OnlIc.( rtnr. and plwlce* him- S the honorable the Jndpe l of the County Hmirt for the! agitation of the Iavc' question; and interference owing I facts out of hundreds that miglt be I and multiplied cnnvuliionc; and th* caufev, !
nnt 'n the county of Gadden, for Lc;tors flf lisrais.! I in tho riuhis of the Southern Slave Holders, as incxpedi'Mit ci ed mere touches signs.i and figures. Somo great .
to pcr ;: ..Jt\ anti attention. Office in Monj ory c jn and !! are supported by the most authentic cvi- t '.
istOl 1)\.1..1\ 1 the p tatc of John P. Xealolate 'fGL\d"dc.n unjust premant with evils.
stir county, dence. power was evidently brought into action by J -.
BAILEY
ilccM. 'vI) IIA'tnI (ON A.im'r KF.BLOR & HEM SEN, j
LcttiL: 1 '}..tff these means, however feeble they i ight be. :
,l 125 l Ptarl. Jfew York. rr
'Tttl
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-- 1835. 4
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--- -- ---- -31tinr\ C Iti.; .r.'H( lady having refused alms to bp. I .
theater
-. J. A 1> A IIS j Aujrust 15. IS ;5. 4-3si a gal We inquired bv what secret springs these t .
0'1- lv O.-\HASSI:E JOCKY CLUB nACF I Ij l in revenge, declared that she would die wonderful
( lTTOr.-r: .11' [.'In-,) i I LEON SUPERIOR COURT.IVIDDAR in six m. nths. As the f'fff'cl"ere preducod; and what ,
of
that interval
expiration
, (in"rf/ fn.m' Uuiney to .\\l1l'al.u'III'I'1.1! j j M MOOHE, ) In As umpsit. Attachment were tho reasons which cnusd them t: be attributed : .

II'ft: i'lr"iihr'v 'Mdvi the. r.olJrl11,1.1 :at the -LT rs > for $100.1 71 1 cents, issued approached, fear had so powerful en ef- to an unknown fluid. to a fluB which I .

n.i.nrv. ; :ru.i':: \J IriIl1un.11. the nnnnal tcrMSV !>HiDR4CK ATKI O ON. ) August 29th. 1835. fed on the lady's mind, that it brought 01 an acted on the human frame and which i

-! <>f ATMH"' : at Tlasce.!! Letters. aJ- rHlH'i[ :: defendant, and all others interested, will i ilbioss, which terminated her ,ie. ed hc1tng.f.f '
witl uttt-ndul to.SAMLIN ..UL to it? Pursuing our investigations ns pbyf.f. ."
d' l-i,'". D'1 "' take notice of the institution of said suit. and of : the
rrr"qr FfhrttlU 7'h.. 1 1 t. 1'atq t ____-__.. ho i Usning, of said Attachment; and that they appear By same working of th'.mind, may bee sicinns.VB endeavored to discover ho presence .

-- \- t'u1)1{ 1it and pl'. d to the declaration filed in said} case, according : plained in the singular deaths of Pope I m- of this fluid; but without succers. Wear -'

V. SNELL i to the :>:autc in such case made and provided.J. "tt and Phillippe le Del, who were sumrconcd informed that its action .n animat 3 bodies I .

LJir ..ir.u-iciucnM! rh! A-' D. WESTCOTT.Jr.Attorney Plaintiff. the; one in forty days, and the other in a year, is the only prooftb3t can be adduced ts its existence :

.!TTflRvn'.ir WII1'1.tll'II' I kI ,husints r mikleil: '.o him with iiulu' <. A NNUAL meeting) for 1835 I \\ ill commence on 'OHst 29, S35. .',_4-3m toj tho Tribunal of Heaven, by tho Grand Maste The imatj'nalion therefore appears J
.
"' ." ;'.IV. f. .21., 1. lf Jm.: Tuesday! December, 15th, and coiiti'iuc)) ''d.v.! NOTICE. ? of the Templars. to be its principle. I*, remains to bo ascertained t

([!/l'rrfllCfi-'" I'? l'IF"'CtlAUtla'1.lJ' AS. D"I"'r. 1st Jhy- Sweep-Stakes for 3 year nl' Col<> ;i.v- >/;> IX weeks after- late, I will apply to the Judge of ;: Persons who have been bitten by dogs, whether thes effects can be produced by t '

CUlT Jr., n",4I.11t'<. ---- __ Fillies 3"wile heats-subscript ion $)UO-forfeit CIIKJ 1 ) '. the l-o-inty: Court of Jefferson county for Letters w'aich they supposed were suffering from hy the of the imaginatioR alone. 1\ e have
pnwer
-- To lose 30th) and} I ,
50TICK. Sept. ) name the day befurc; 'h Kac<- t of Administration the ctl.tcd of havo
t hv.J! <...j.d., P. .I. upon t1n c-s'ate drophobia imagined themselves to be tried the experiment and have fully succeeded. t
;into
liivrr.n'eri'd Copartnershipthi all the Go-'ds
tF. c.'I..rnl"C 1 : and Chattels, Rights & Credits which i
'; : ; :of ..WiVcPu1/ 2il Pay-A Post-Stakes free for Horse. M-.iv I t threatened, or even attacked, by the disease. To render the have '
:I ''..iV <>".1.- 'r the T'l-ni' 1I.m. any were 01 the estate of James Brooks dec'd, of said experiment complete, \ e
"tc, \\Hi i ;l:i\MHI Lj ilic OiM'iiiViis ipu iv Mor.ii o L>usj"L or l, Gl'Jmgin\ the UllltC'd"St&\tcs\ivulc bent Sn'i-' county. SIMON Avery: singular fact of this kind recorded in a made the convulsion cease by the sam } charm 1' _
\v C. M tlLLEH.I I ) onillti'llIlI0fMfcit: $1lU. To eloso .iUt l l'plU1l. Sept. 5th 1R3 4GwNOTICE. l niemerial published by the Royal Society of which it :
viz the of
I : J- L. G. 1'UT.NAM.rul..rCr.r I I'rr, and name:: the day belbic tin llacc by 4 o'cloch, Science produced ; : power imagination. : ,
p. M. at Montpclier, 1730. Two brothers .
1
'I' I.ia1t':. ...II..111 & : !...,...u.. ( M Dv--JQc3y Club Purse S300, 2 m lc l.eat1th t;*4:' IX weeks after date, application! will be made to i wnre' bitten by a mad dog. One of thorn almost Animal magnetism h.,s now many putfzans

V; \\.;11. M.ir 1; > county
f' ,.. .1 l. ( ';" ';,-n, S ) D1J.dirClt.b. Pur.c SCOO. 3 mih ht:Us.Mh did not return until ten after. On learning
t' I. 'lil'lld, <; Pd"1JIH 1 It.1. 1. _lI'j-1je' so. th- c..tateJfnirri Burney, deCd. latent said CUlmt). years existence of the ant has never yet be n satis

\1.-. \1'l 1nlII..1l'iIf'"lll.t' 1\ : _. ,. 13iin_.l __ ._ _____ __ :; D;;-Pjoj>riclor't Purse $300, 1 m.le: iI'ltS- Sept.5iarIfiw: (; SIMON TAYLOR.-- : that his brother had died of hydrophobia, factory proved: therefore, it may be presumed ::
.- -- --- 3 best in>--Cntrnnccji'23.jUjr" NOTICE. he was himself taken ill and died of madness, ,that the effects which appear to be piodnccd {

NOTICE., : &tb! ;.'ril'i:1n] ; either of the abnre StaVc-*, .-_-4 ': weeks after date! I wTt: apply) to the Judge of produced by apprehension. by manncctir influence, are almost all nttribi 1
'. rr I I \T' \\ I" tH' rce iWi1 fr ru'u : c.trn raniier.rde; by lelJ"",' addressed 1 I to tinL'iopr5et"r -it ) ; :h' County! Court of Leon for Letters nfhi'.Itr.1Iion The .
P ,... I., the I county following cases.are evou more extraordinary table (I) the imagination. The ancient
'" .i I \ ( '..loII. .1'. \! i'iias' 'l'ui.hl'illC! ; ; r.nytiine; before tht 30h; :,- p'lIlwrnct. :, : upon all the Go.ds Pii-I Chattels! ; repu.
H.v. ', 'z-V. k i.-ypir'i.'\.-'" to l'fCclIt 'l.ZlIrc UI TH< )I. nil >"V81.<'lv & l'I\prictor. RiC'-t-'and Credits, which were of the estate of olin :-- \ French peasant, dreamed ho was (allan oVn-ilchcs and manicians; attests the facility -

f I".:\, .->.!' tr -
"'' .\K'V. j .a t Jii-1 l';f. .4.Mif tlit1 4.\;1'1.11"JIl'o1.1* Land J .;!jfJe( /ct-L'on Superior Court. 1 Hr. i'ccacd! late Administratrix of the "s'ate of show any mark of the bite; and his '\\ i1e, who that may b. presxjntfd to it The :
.J. 'h.1.lt: t
f "'! ) .1 .II I-" __"t _t. __ t.-.d Mcfv-r. ALEX. MrlVEU.S'rpt .
______ JoimT.; wns: awakened his crins him
---- ----\(FIICE. Jjbi.s.on i -.Ji.-.r S, I8V 4-fiw by assured that I examples offered by past ngcs ere nurrberlesa t l

!tin"I I u v .'i..1'I'j''J't'TIH': of, Ga'Udeii. C) .nly ; 8h".Iu\>. > ATTACHMENT. NOTICE. the (door were well fastened, and that no dog t and even in our morn enlightened times they
1\l\t\]
\1'C. I., 1. :,... tllJ.rni.-nr.tl.! I. \e' I\'I"S fit .11: hr., : ('1l could have entered their cottage. But all not London
.
J arc wanting.-[ Paper.
1111.i; : ) ,.ndant nl11 l others intcrf !
d ?) rud.norc- Q IK: wet k-= after date, wcshill apply to the County I
\\ ; i ;i 1'. .omit? <-f C:, l. l\voii Tillyv '!.-'d.J their endeavors the
to ?
'I.y notifn; ;;I that I thr abC stnttd caa !L..s b.n 111:.' i- '-. C-iurt .'f Leon County, for Letters of Adminiy- remove imprl-5sion from J.

,"...d i i.1":1.i.. I 1 .:t>!.'I.I'I.i lit( ,II'isi-i 1.1'111.PIMV i tn Jnl'Olh'l 1t.- dii 1 Ii I' tI44 rs t'H i 5 tl s;'It't'I'.t.1 ivi'nni. tircJ. ), tin- Auaelmicnt: bcn iqu.d l in i th)) they.ticheixly trn: MI on thr Estate of J osr.rn LADP, deceased, late tho t man's mind were unavailing. The :idei of Tito grain H G d'. bounty; but the flower (

J Jt! ''::\CIJ.\I ) required to appt-ar} und p'-.ul t' ;ho il< ol 1 sard County. thr> black dog was ever present. in his imnsina- arc bis; 3initf.s."--Sir ISAAC XEWTO.V i
ilAHUlMJN.L<'1S- <1! 'r IIi..) \( rdinjr to the statute: in 'lid h c IKL inadi JOHN HAMLIN,
W. U), tion, and he thought he saw him incessantly
TUE PASSION FI.OWER.-The
iml foHov
interpretation
j Il'Hldf'l. NATll. HA lLI.s.r'j ing -
"uC".TII.IIt: iii'iiTVTil .
.i ; -'- -__ LEIGH READ, Att'y. f' Pl'tT. : t(1"11.f.'i, ,183. 4-Gw lie lost his rest and his appetite, and became I of this justly celebrated anJ, much

.NUI'IC T--i:: -.-\-5-ru- -stN I_I ____ filtfMOTICJ I Ij .' NOTICE gloomy and low spirited. The. wife, who had I admired flower, will not he found uninterestinge
1.i .. \t J.'un.ny; T, J'111"'F fti: lMKn O'tiniy: : j ;. : been at tho
perfectly rational
'" i HFREIJY GIVEN, to all the parties conccrn- comrnencmentofhcrhnsband's pe'-ian.v to tho fur devotees of Flora. ; t
rt, !11.! I' II'.1,1! nllIlst -'f$ t1 > I I
; : < un" rr : *.lIl1r < I <-
I IX\Hdsafrt'rd.\telslal1] ; apply t.tl, Myuorrtlln 'cl!, that tour weeks after date, we shall apply t. delusion, and who had made The leaves tnWf th that .
t[ 1 11] llc'c.'t111. rcs
td .11 1 n'III.I"11i1" 'h&j'I": | | j jri.-pnt liiini spear pierced 0
tJieCciunty Court of LPOII < ( ui.ty.) !for Letters the of the Gout of Gadsden -
Ii I I' .\ \ (UN'.i! rtor nl.': it litvith sld es- J'lilpe : County County, every effort to banish it front his mind, at length our Saviour's sid" the tendrils the corls that
I ofA.li'MiiiMrati.in the Estate JOHN T. Joitsox. ; ,
on for order) to !Il nil tile Heal Estate
'I .in s : belonging to
"'ul "'1.1t..11I'. t ii,.elcii"f..1 tin, I. '.fl). began to persuade herself thai it was not unfounded -
j > ;. Late "1'said County. .i'r ""cd.f 1 IcieaV ild..u, !:ite Gadsdm: county, deceased. bound hfe hands or the \vhiv; : that scourged
NV. I-'LAKK I ; [: A.IiuV.T I .
f CATHAnl JOTIN.). I J. II. WILDER) ) and that, as she was sleeping by ht3
j'1': -MMJui;;' |'i. t S.; .. 1.r .'jl.. ". I him; the ten petal, the apo tl(:. Judas having
..- i\t 11.1It) I 51tjTEX.4S; : \VM. II. "WILDERrn$ side when the bit him it \
dog ,
was possible
very and Peter deserted tho in the
Tl: \ DOLL) \ K.S 111:fYTt I D.: September 5, lft.15. 4.4w betrayed, ; pill.m 0
that! she had likewise been bitten. This
'I' \N :\ 'V\ \T -n il.cMii. ins;1.\: Nr-ro mental centra, the cross or tree; ih1 stamina, the hamtner J

.a .t.IIIJ'rtJ.) .. lI.wl".neDlC\, .'..Uy. NOTICE. delusion developed itselfin her by the same ; the styles the nails: :the inner circle '

.' ..L.} ;z' cusiitfini'i "i.v, Nl"'inir I Imih.HirJi :! ..- LLVDS FO.11 :S''iLE. ,!j A. LL persons having clairas against the estate of svmtoms. which had manifested themselves in around the central pillar the crown of horns
!
,
t I ki' i u'I.:1I'1wC'1'IIrll..l L \\ lnl.. ]iuir o iilictniuf : subscriber htHird.::. IM..1 PS1tw -'Yi Thov T. WiHison. decM, are hertby notified her husband viz of lasi- ; .
--depression spirits
TIll I tO l''cnt them to the subscriber authenticated aceor(1ng the radhuce the glory: the white in the lower, .
of LA D \ ,
( ] Ju>he d. al'i.ul the si?" of..ido'ini.TJi. 1 ; ': lyinc UJK.II tin: \ c. i.'wi
v-I ,.- h.tiil \'op- \\a.s: 2 f:tll1Illr the propc .t.! nf Red (Itivcr, in Texas and Im'inz in po->-':-.Eio to lat, or tiiesame! will l he barred. tude, fear and re: tness. The doctor finding the emblem of purity; and the blue, tu! tip,

.,1'l.iulcl\j'\\' J{ i, :. lnd il .:. .1.11'1(1-1 d lie 4'{.)hluilIr.- 41 old; duly allllc'lIticlIccitidts: of ilx. s.i.-r: ,. --Sept. r.h.! 1W5.:: TIIO. BROWN- Jdm'r.__ that all his usual resources of medicine of heaven. On one spieces, (th" Passiflora f'

t 1 .u tlMnrynr nir -ittfiwnoi, ; tlie A r..tl: t icl.iJ'hi 'fn'lIItltc t Mexican; ti<.\ Cl flit-nt) will) be in Tad.fnv.i: i ADM'INISTUATOirS NOTICES pioved. in this case ineffectual, advised themto alata, even drops ofhlood are seen >>ii the ;:
''I. : ;il>"M- n.\vud \\ il! l 11t e ]i'u.J: on hi ; biii: ste ill ivvnibtr) fluX!, when au.ivheie! will ij-; I[ \ iiinnilis afi/-r date, I shall present my accounts make a pilgrimage to St. Hubert. From up

: ,1..1.l i .'. j, ul!., (H' &1djn: ''J ti. .;,.. on I thr ( ci.-! DOS.of a part t of the si.iic; upon liberal and n :>.-uafl and v.-uchers Cnr final settlement, and apply to cross or tree. This flower continues three
1 I., ASA MUSJN.AL I 1.- li'finv tiie I 11..II. Judge! of the County Court of Leon County, that moment the two patients became more days open and then disappears, thus dt noting: ;

".: -.1, 2.fI I 1'., thosevjvare! } informed of the e.xreedinfj ,.hI for a discharge from the Administratorship of the Estate tinnqul. They went to St. Hubert, wero sub- the resurrection.' ::;

"1-I't- ;i :k' .... \i..1: ..':I :-;';j t.;" tf'J. 1 I nc'sand fertility of the 1'rd itivr buds it i is ujine- James Iluphes, il,epased.HEMIV irrtl'rt."_._.. fn._ <.ho..- ttcnnl_ ___. trp. ..tmpnL.._... .nrJ.. .rolurnurlh ..u. I .
.- : ., ,I '. ". Tn I crTy tijsjyny tlunjj. Hut to tliost-} \\ ILl) art uiiiir F. SIMMONS .7rfn'r. i
'TO f (:. t
"L't.' .0' rt tne perfectly cured. A dream, had made The cusfon. of kissing ladies by t'ici"I Tdt-
"' .1 1 .,," ''\ .' ...' ai .\dm'f '; 1 I I ;) rmi-l .If :bis : ) \ iI
; :. :< t', 1:, i..I, : t.. \ 'j. u, 11\1.; tlf iI! ... j If Man: for its 1'1\; i;<:u.ir l h-cati; .u, I will '-.y, tlieselands -KLOMKAIL ROAD COMP -- these ravages on the health of two persons pre j I lions and lovers was originated by the rncicnt

.... d'I. C. "j.,t L. .!.IJ 4(}'I' '."11 1 !h.. \\itl-ii) ; thre <'r .I'.nr d.-q ni: of n steamlo.ti I !NY. vieusly! strong and healthy. But dreams frequontly I j i Romans, not out of respect to the fair, 'nit trt

\" ': 1 ; I.\\ totjic .:I"f '"nv: of Ncxv C-JflcaiiS ti'.n* t'iry' ire produce powerful impression 1 find their breath whether th had
_ j ; very j I by respiring y
_ '
s hereby given Uiat of the
-- I si! 1.1'Jot! t'tt-cti t!. : :tlld ;'iid 3 ih 1 ilejn-e! o' Now NOTICE a meeting
us Tlt tI. i ntiTiil. .% in the ...\t)1: of Pat (nulj.II'th.! ] is con- of the ..ist Florida Railroad Compa- It is recorded, that a youncr lady, in Livonia J|I been drinking wine-a crime, that if thIS! de-

A '.:'I-; (''j" iil'.r .1"C/1'I.W.) Dj'-; "<-.Jf.rsoftlcri-} ;I M-i n ii l the best f\'tofi fl'gl.1J.1' ilj.; w'c, -..obctliat will b.- holden at the ofuoj ,.f 3A IU.L L. LEWIS, No. dreamed that she was tossed by a mad bull, I)I tceted, displaced any ladies found guilt/ of it

." .', I .:1 ;' i\i.il i c:,\',.lh v ( :tlJ.11 (" 'U1II1ny. \\ iJ I tl.,-y are .i<= IK h ,'s unj l.uid) ? upoi t'ice of I Commercial wharf; I if the City of Boston, on the and she died the next day from the ellefct of ar.d excluded them from elegant and) virtuous .
i' : II "iHccufA: I !;' jjlln" "1L4 1 in the'1''., of'1nri. MIl of October next, I' U for the of
\ n the onr'i; r ai.d cvteiidin! ? fioin) the !':" '.aok frjr purpose organizing the alarm.
1% ,.1.\ :. .01 .'..'IIIIt\', 11f d. .f 'nral.1Prairi I said Company and circles of fashionable society-and he cs it ;
"u : j 1i.1 i y < :'n\Cmhl'r. coripl, in' u! to .l well wat"l'r'lc'111I1y : by dioosing Directors transacting
f. .-:<:\". : :', iw! Sicfliho'tdiiilj 1 tnfif 1I..1i.! :<,. ly (, country of exceeding f.j-ti -- nt the.seliuds such other business as may come before aid Tissot relates that a peasant having dream- became an adage in Rome to say, those fennlo 0
A :f I''\,1'! n-nf of five :u'r Cf UT. Sb 1 mcttimi. SAM'L. S. LEWIS el| that had coiled round his Bacchus
P ty MI) cei'- -
..;'I.-u !t".i 'C'i : uio "'::1 or bei-tiv tJi.xt d:,y. in LOIi"I:1nlla-IIJal.) in the Jlchj'! .t' these JOHXHENSHAW, suddenly awoke in a fright This arm! was tainly make their clandestine offerings it the
i'y tdt'r ol 1 tlc: P. mtJ\ rot I Dinvtr-r.s.)i ibmNi! DAVIDHENSHAW ;
(OOtoSOOU !I')s. of sccdcil-- '1//; uncotniun aftorwards afflicted convulsive
I 1\ W. HUIUNE, ?CC1Ctt1V. ] to be rean d to the \Cr '. .. ,,<-<- oft J. B. DANFORTH, : ever by a mo- altar of Vctius."What .
:T'. :; .I, 1-3.t.: :,O. tH __ j the \alue <>these l.Mids lliose up" .' M'dcif S'rEPIIEVHITE, SO- ton, which returned several times in a day, philosophers those Romans were !

\ft: .d t it'l'ailor I < i he.l rivtr in the United Brlt. i:: iutth Boston, Aug. T?. 4-Gw %'nd was often so violent that no effort could Kissing in the abstract, was nothing to them.

T > .< .//-.t./- ;;nih! (.f Vir PI'.flll(,Tii Ilcf1. ) <- w idth of he river }batwcon, .!: .. j, -i., 5'iO. : NOTICE.: sp[ it. They found pleasure in it. The lips where

II 1 J.! m H(a:, i< .pc('ttu'ly'J i infonii'f ) :, )tlio public tl.at to 10 per aeje. Wlicn tllCs 1t' .. ', uvr F.I TE "uh..rrihcr) wisl h:: to sdl, or lease, for a rcr- : The drenm of the celebrated composer,Tar- I I dwelt the loves, were so far as any pIca mreaI -

*J he lia: just r. Cfl('(1 a -cl1fr,1 l supply t'f hood wit Ii the confidently tl-t United(vII icipft Stat l,' c<.*.'< '. '',/ ; .: rn, .n-, JL tain '.crm of years, the place where he now resides. ti.ni: is well known. He retired to bed with a ;I: ble sensations: derived from contact with them ;
1 Iy ('II0 \ .
auiik hHf11'111.1.l ) Ii. (it'1ii Vu nry v i sr.in If J-old, indispuublo titles will be made, and I 1
Part of nIm.d\l;,, J i,x.-iI],>G pr.ifoxio.i rrc-ii, InvniU I .'(>i-niii"- our\ citizens in not at onco seru. i.-., ry po"% ssion given, whettar sold or leased, if required, store of musical ideas floating in bis mind. InI was concerned on a par with the lips of'mum- : j

*)>''rajvf reck (uvr-n, ou.l Hrrwn I1rn., d]< th.., o.H'ip.'d'rl'CII I, sum, lauds which) arc and \>iil br: uIn'dcpundent :': $ by the first day of Novesibcr. There is 243 Acres of his sleep he fancied that Satan appeared before r tnies. They kis.-ed not as a pleasure, but as :'

Iac' L 1\lIdrr, asi.l 'JVa culurcl CHSIHICIUS, V.t. tlJn115flllds. Lund, about 120 cleared;-his House is situated immediately him! and played a 8enata. At its conclusion, i a solemn duty; not because thy lovod i i', but ; ;
: I of the above l.'nds the sw', -.- has
?\ 4Ail ,,\\l.irh will l.i. > maiJe tnonlcr. at the Cross Roads from Tallahassee to St. the Devil said 'Tartini thou '
lu.li can'st
s playthis1' I because they wished to ascertain whether the ;
I Mroi"! aiid influential emn,'(tion) in th.il +
.rtins tile ;
anJ clo.ikmaJcin ihcina it'iirywhich Augustine, and from Monticcllo to St. Mar! i f.isiiumaU! <- Enchanted with tho delicious music he had I: fair sisterhood had been freeu'ith the bottle. .
yk will afford }him intai of pro-'tirin'; n-i fur- miles ,)Tallahassee ; a good Dwelling [House, without too .

I" iw-untii-5 hu.vu.If to the iLI'i1i] ,: }..o sinn.ly) HflICS mshinir ROOd land titles v.-li.-i: fuw if any i'oc- ;. buildings &c., and an cxc.lkllttclnd for a Public hrard iti his dream. Tartini arose, flew to his : Our word uuon itMhcy made the expPlirr.enJr' t
'i 'i-OH-Mik :}lnll IMIVC THO. Ji-FP GREKN.Autrnsl IIr u c.--Apply to the subscriber the ; and his finest
: lithium! without toe ( ut.nti&riion I)) on piemiscs. pano, produced composition : many times during the 24 hours, and we doubt t.

"' : .of; the wni.r, and warnu.ls. hisnittiiK- 15 l-l( The terms will be accommodating. which is knswn by the title of the Devil's so- not that the Roman maidens were so devoted '. 0 .
nua.ioPh.Udclphia (.r Now Y I -F'ivc JOHN BLOCKER.
(,11II v.-ll Uuiuirod Dollar. JeVI(1.TlIEt
c me ,
nh ta. in their of the doctrines of the Tem
cry njdavir to rt.c September 12, 128.5. 5- VCOT' support ,
tun.I :\al; .I! h.- j a .vcry flJiI' tliat p.itnmi.scs t t KAS a most atro(iou., murder was ( "I'i : This, indeed was the imaginatien of an a- I Societies of those days that the were
|.nnanciu n.sitk-ut: of Tnllaliasuiuuu 1 9 niitte-1! 'lirt bodv of Ln } ON! COTTON!! COTTON!!! : perance )
ji',, ,, I u'on my sou. fLt:-
Fort IIf the: d ; ih.Iy| Wuh its inu-rc, lie asks l sup ;I TON P.RTAS on) the I litth or 20th} day of Fcbnnirv, 'in T1IK; subscriber will$ make liberal advances on the tist. Yet what can be thought of the case of always ready to bo put to the the test, and 0 1

leeII' the vtar JS'51 by JOBBElBflV.. tin n a ou:"';" article, to be shipped to Li\'crllot/I, New young: lady, who was taken ill, and died in prove by culatery demonstration their t.bhor-: : :

-.LL!: ___ 31.tf.__ i of J'IllIrid.And i wherenthe Governor tin- '1 111ritory York, or Charleston, and will : & tljie course of an hour, in consequence of fancying reucc of strong waters.N. Y. Time : ., [
JaetfM Superior Court. of Florida did thereafter issue Jiis PrrHarn- market price. R. H. BERRY.Anus [ herself! diseonored ktss snatched t .
: by a
J.th'l1lt1) ". Crisw.l! 1d ) tion, oJT-nng a reward of $200 for the a anprcheu u 29 3-2w I tl
;'-1 iloraco I. .Sil'; ', Im1) of said Ueinbry order that he tui;Lt l Ii c brought .-' I*. SHe is snow expecting per Brigs Statiha, ft'otn her by a young gentleman to whom she Nnnno PICKED UP AT SEA.-A lettcrT'icelv-' ( "' !

\''. } justice: And wheicas the said: John Bembry: has 11.). Somerset, and Cot} Crocket, from New York, and \Was: bctro.thed-One! can understand more ed in Boston from Portland, states tKaFir.Gmnea : I:
) 'j I"w"rj. r 'yet been apprehended and j h now luilcing) Mid "- thc St-hr. United States, from Charleston, a genera and the '
.\ onc ejisily! pity moro readily rase that is negro was picked up at sea, in thu 'guH' f.
,
\ Ua :tssrtinent of Merchandize, consisting of
()wKli3 ;alinq himself in the Srntcs of Alabama. Bagging
Georgia
or .
and11
I\ other persons recorded of a solder who when suffering from schooner. Emeline at thi dijx r rI
Rope, Groceries. Goods Hardware stream by"the ,
Dry
la'r' ,
t.d 1 Crockery
: are) licrfll nol i5t.1 1 li3 a hereby offer, -sidci; the S'200 offered by the Gov-
.i&.tIIISd > &(. whi-h he will dispose of low the tbe maladie du died the day on of 640 miles from Cuba and to .
L }'l hIy! N-ilhlnic1 S. Gris-wolA.dH.; crnr, the above reward of $500, to be p.iid to any very upon usua pays very tance brought ;

1llO: t"J'I'd'St' a 'fOrll\ ziJ iy, i\id 1 StoxvorsJ ; I person '' persons who will apprehend said Bembry eredit.i which his conge was refused. I I that po'tHe was in a small canoe, ard had j

:'J IJonc,111m W m. B"IIUks,1)11 llie :{J of J lhu.try 1131, nnd I and lodge him in Leon County jail, Florida. MARSHAL'S SALE. :; Though it cannot be doubted that the imagination : left Cuba to escape from slavery under a hard. j

C'I, .tfltury.assIlucJ' 1 ; l saul ""swolj 1n.J Sill, 011 the J Gth Said Bembry is about 5 fret 6 inches high, portly' BY virt'ic of a writ of Fieri Facias to me directed : by sudden and violent shocks, frequently master. He had been from Congo in Africa : 0 \
I'.ij:
IIII built, and rather: chunky-dark skin and with
"W'Sase i S 011 the f; lli, eyes, a I shall xposc at public sale before the
IrOlI'rty'I7.ftllJ!! : LOtS N. 8l: and *2, 77nnd 80, Known ing heavy down look, and very dark and heavy beard door of the Court House in the City of Tallahasseeon causes serious disorders, and even only 5 or 6 months, and was almost exhausted :i :

!111l UIrnt.d; as. ltdl un thc 11p or Plan wf l\bri. lie will be drinking and frolicking whenever he can the first Saturday in October next, all the right death yet the same cause may operate to allay when fallen in with by schooner. 'General Ij : ,
aut
Cuunt) uf iaekon.A get liquor. He is about 40 years of ago and very title, claim, and interest of the Estate of Dais the feeling of pain, and effect the cure of diseases Fessenden has taken him into his fam 1 ly. ., .

U t 8 G. S. lIAVKIXS, Alt'). for unprincipled in bis disposition. Floyd, d<., now in the hands of his Executor Benj. especially those of a nervous kind. By -
:2.1\.1111 MOSES BRYAN. Chaires and his Executrix. i 0
The
Gri.wold.\. Betsey Floyd, W 1
NO'fICE--- ------ August 8 52-tf of the N \V i of sec 9, the E i of the N E i of sec. this agency may be explained the miracles FALSE ALARrI.-The Little Rock Gazette !11

S IX mOnth%arter atl' I sh:111) N.-B.-The Southern Reoordcr, (Gco.) the Montgomery 8, T. 1, K. J, S 4E, containing 200 acres, more or wrought by Prince Hohenlohe and :Madame of the 11th inst, says that the report of Maj. "
Submit
oI.1IJr\'OWheOl 1 as ? my accounts Journal, (Ala.) the Mobile Comm. Advertiser less. Levied on as the property belonging to said Saint Amour. Wen they said to those who Mason's of attack from thu ., -
Administratrix being danger an
!11' of Ihc Estate ofCuurtofiiJ. Ala. the Columbia S. C. and
\ th.
( ) Telescope, ( ) Estate, to satisfy a Mortgage in favor of Green II
I had Tear off
.. (" ('ccacd'! to the H"ntllc County Raleigh Star. (N. C.) will pjeascgivc the above tlTree Chaires. Sale will take place within the usual hoursT. faith in them: your bandages, Pawnees and Camanches is without founda- t II }

.uunt nnd apply A f.lr.\ discharge. insertions and forward their bills to this office for E. RANDOLPH, Marshal, throw asida your crutches, for you are curedit ,' tion. The chiefs oftbe supposed hostile ) 0

ilv: ..W'.I'.'.!1 W3.... i'.L1Z.J9.(1II1(; A BRUCE Aduu'x- payment. nu Aurr. 29 3-d By 1\. A. Fisher.. D. M. -.- is perfectly possible that the credulous, Kail.-- vi..-.itprt-- hiq..- t-nmn.-.1.. -anrl.. .I'nnvin.p.rt......--- h'm- .- ot9.1-- ..

isciiEck------: PROCLAMATION, I .NOTICE. whose imaginations were powerfully worked their friendly intentions. t ri'i;

AT I'cthe next Jnnliary Term or GndsdCIJ By GEORGE K. WALKER, Secretary and Acting 4LL persons are heieby forewarned from com u|)cn, experienced momentary relief. One ,j 11 i

:1iuist t, the undersigncd Administer and County AJ- i Governor of Florida. : trespass or waste upon the Lands and powerful impression obliterates another; and A SILENT FooL-Si1enc does not always mark' I 0
1
i: tra.trII of the estate of J.'rancis A. Cash dec'J an Election was heM on the first I other improvements on the tract known as Forbes'Purchase hfcnce power attributed to cabalistic words, l.

AC4:1'' county, will present their Vouchers, and, WHEREAS in May, 1835, for the election of Iii ; and particulaily from removing, cutting, talismans magic, witchcraft &c. wisdom. I was ardinner some time ago in com'- .

Le di unIts settlemclJt with said ebtate and to i Delegate to the next Congress of the United States, destroying, or otherwise injuring the timber on the pany with a man. who listened to me and said .
therefrom. 1HARUIET pray for the TerritoryofFlorii'a; and whereas at said election land, unless by special leave from the proprietors : There are minds so feebly organized as to nothing tor a".14Itg tine i butJie nodded"h'is head, '
their agent. THOMAS BALTZELL, bd overcome the of. others -lhu3 ; I' ;
A. JARRETT Je.strn M. WHIT received a greater numberof by example : 0
.
ISAAC Adm'x. than other individual August 28 3tf wfgfnt far the Proprietors. and I thought. Lira, intelligent. At length. ward d ,
Qu'J JARRC'l''r, Adm';: votes any as appears. by the ---- epilepsy, convulsions, and madness, have ., ""H
5, 1835. 50.6msAI returns legally made to me: NOTICE.WILL seemed to be infoctiC'us. In 1790 during.the the end of the (dinner, some apple dumplings were i

LLrmTICJ. _- Now, therefore, in pursuance of Kw, 1 do hereby be sold on the''1st of October next at pub- i placed on the table, and'my man had no tooner Ist'f'n :

upersons onterned wilt take notice proclaim the said Joseph M. White, duly elected the auction in the city of Tallahassee, the administering of the sacrament, at a church in : them than he.burst forth .with-'TheIJ's the

the"1Irstcr, widow and Admin that Jan ,. Delegate from this Territory to the next Congress of following described lands (if not previously disposed I Paris,'a young lady was seized'with a convulsive ifj

Stilt I late of G\dsden_ county tratr, deed x of will Mai-. the United States. Given under my hand this 28th of at private sale) viz. the E. 4 pf N. E. i, Sec 12, fit which had:so powerful an effect on'the j jockeys for met! I wish,Spurzheim could! havit, examined

onlh If pe Ihon the Superior Court of said prelo day August, A. D. 1835. Township I, Range 1. fl. & W. The W. j of N. E. I rest of the females present.that in 'less than the fellow's head.-CoUridge.Jin 1"
e.lld rs ( I1Y of lIelt Term,furn writto county [3-31] G. K. WALKER.BOATWiUGriT'S 1. Sec. 12, T. 1, Rn. 1, S. & W.. and the W.'i of N. .
setoti assign allot hour taken ill in the 0
&ifl to her, berportion of the slnve GINS. W. J, Sec. 7, T. 1Ra1S.4'E.The half an fifty or sixty wore.

d,b estate of. which her said, husband died and pc' above lands lies within one and a half miles of Baino way. Boer baa arrested the progress of Abolitionist Caught.-A. man named Ores.'

Ii to 'Wluch she shl\ll be entitled according POSUiI A FEW of this Celebrated Article for sale, (of 50 Tallahassee, and will be sold on the following conditions what was termed anintitivo epilepsy, in'the orphan ser, was caught Nashville, circulating incendiary .
to the subscriber if
Saws each for immediately.
) by '
l>. applied vii Five hundred dollars cash the balance
at'
WESTCOTT, Junior hospital at Harlem by threatening to He received;
Mt 29 J.tf BErU BYRD. month's credid, with inter tracts among the slaves. twenty
J2 approved note
Att'y. for Petitioner. Magnolia, Sept. f, .183" 4-2vr est from day of sale E.bearing PARISH. burn alive all who seized with the fits; and 1'togive stripes upon his; bare bock, and was orde.'; ed ft

August 15. J.--t\l greater fores.to hi? menace, h.e'had a large lea.ve the place ig4 oO8. ri ,, A

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| dtsthbote otr fax*? oai asp of, these ferttddca ,>.' t'Ls S lion t Jo Lot;, mate :j I Pros ati Da ( addpL uc Protr would bo r gnu a aa4
Frtm tkt Nnr IVrfr CC eue. papers? If a State trr a cos Citutiosal law de- because bare any apprehension thai it "b :j.1 Tamer, of TtdOAary, Yenaont, bore given, that by hanging geoeral truth : ,

f POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT, t dare any specific art to be a crime, bow are Deeded f your restraint but because wish :1 opinions I in anti.tIt..Mr. DaTeflpprt ap 1- upon P
Acocrr, 22. officers of the U. S. who mar be foond guilty this paper to bear its; face compete 'cat mo of Professor Hennr** daoovenes may be facts they may be reoden m tica

ITf) S.ornL L. GoTrajrrra, Esq. Pst- Mssier ai I of that act, to escape the penalties of the Stale planatior. of the views upon I take of a owe duty'ex- malts to more heaTy machinery JOT useful purpo- usefu!. IIt4 ,

}" !: Ne' York- law ? It may be in Tain for them to plead that ia the my ses. According 10 their views, anoiber Lmcp i I You seem to impau same
'. i a-YO"Jr letter of the Hth instant, purporting the Post Office existing e *rgeDc1. Very reaper-ifuUy. stnn might cake another Fulton! oi the Br.adrrnth decree of hQ} r
law made it their I named
{ duty to !&- f Your ob' serraot. : at two candidates Oaly _
: Btaeksaith. ov
a letter fro the Art very t0ff
: aocotnpacy liver
f'. 'Jv/deiy, and a fe* .Jutii>a adopted: Jbera came |' ply to all this papers which it cone by tie maiL IQ rer AMOS KENDALL, i.1. j tI tIt U true sir. that men xequeotly i it '

u fej
: Scdus Uiea published in;&e.newspapers, I the Post Office law t'imposes psoajiies on post Fro= the N. York Eyeing Stir. I PRIDIAN : t for fatsproach to
. i proceed to rcpiy without waiting to. receive them t masters for u :rajprceri't: detaining papers f MICHIGANTl.e j. re2skbsis rte being 5 mt without ferishewn .

f fjfuciluy. j which( cctoe by &e mail/and that the deteD1 j 1 President has removed Mr. Mason :actiag i.tlla lZ tbat it was my duty t> speak. I t"

I: It wa right lo propose to the Ann-1.3n'ry So- I tioc of lb.3 Capers m question is not improper, {| Governor and Secretary of the Michigan '(:'unry 1 SATURDAY SEPT. 19. I not forget that two other gentlemenid
. r' r roJunur to Qtstgt from atumpcnz to scn. i because and has arpouued Charles Shaler, of Ptfonsylvacia 'I clahnintbe were
heir of
circulation is prohibited by valid ia his and the Globe of soffrage tipeople
pace yesterday
'ff their pubTieatiorn into the 'Southern States, by t tour : ; cog rest '
State lu of tLe of era5! < !
labs Ascending to a higher principle f cunuias the President coascquence inuispoajtion x\ I them in
which
-' bbc marls; and their refusal to do so, after reasons governed the I ssntngto a beccounj ,
they were apprised that the enure mails were put it might Ve plausibJy alleged that no law of j in making the removal: act which are simpv! con- workmen the pioceedin_$ ot the meeticir heiiia 1 J':*"t I remembered the pracice. of-tie- r-tl_

J in jeopardy by ihein is but another evidence o21'e f the U. S. can protect from punishment any 4 tined to else course pursued by Mr. Mason {n the Marianna, and several other art-cits! are re- tqvidrza eonridaar:: tau aster' !

utuily'vf the rout s by wtuch they are di- man, whether a public officer or a citizen, in j dispute; oo the Ohio boundary question: This is ce>sarily deferred. | primm. rctftr Id** i
a. rected. the comnission of a ; r.r elect: oceeiing movcnjeat, correspiOHdiu tasa, nt aAl.nuuM9: act edo tl1gai i.i
an act, which the state ac- : pgj .
:' I with the uual rourst tieJ the into ;i; .' i After f un by persons : $1 aut lTZ 'diat a
matue cund;ration of the subject and tjng witbn the undoubted sphere of her reserI }- ; arua ta s atie. a.-t .in
the bet advice within reach, lam ed whose hands this government has unhappily-fallen Cotton was delivered! at St. Marks. from t.v c pbatatba + c u.
sJeekrng my rigbtst has declared to be a crime. Can ; ten d'Jrct.rnurr< noi .
i' oufirmed Puss Master I J We take iccasion hereto sac, and we tfenk :t cf Maj. Tbos. J. Green : HIb \ tpivta potrtnt 1 c.vCllor
;< in the *pmioa, that the the GT S i early 'ui tn.I .
ftfrniah .
t agents for conspirators should be : and 4 \ .V. :terenc" the
a- r to -
circubted
,General has no le.al authonty, by any order1cgulatr of I gtDtraiknowD by the last, and was suJ! to Robert S. JI:.'t"r, Mtrrcriaci I > cbarjes,; allegtd iDs
.| gam=t th, State and clothe them with impuIIi ,- free press of the co' :try that Gen. Jacksoe las (... made t
of his excluJe from the B-Hacy, was TO indicate
.o Department to of ;
i this place, l for 22 1-4 cents per :-b. Beat I ihrr.: f m j t
jty: ? individuals little' '
'C.1 of Mjy or combinationj delib or no agency al present in administering the :'. *pra
&I.y species newspapers, magizines or 3airs of who can i I va I of tnc course pur:':d bi the k
nmhC1.. Such a p,;rr, vested ia the Lead ofthu c rate!/ protect the subversion of State laws ;; j*! this government. His many: infertilities PP"r D n. .t
and institutions and have fjr some time pat dig ua JieJ him l tug the j; quiring d ueJtr.ce: at the has of that l
department wouM' be I tearfully dangerous, and lighting their firebrands Florida Silk -We have received for in5f."Ctioc. i'if
has bee withheld. order letter. beyond Cie task and the government i i3 noin the hands? of m an. For a- the to!,,en* of '
of
properly Any or jurisdiction those States, make a skein of vin e eitrtI
i I M r. Van Buren, Kendall and Ibir. :$ : ; risk. made by the fair hands of'' it
of mine directing; or .){EcblIr sanctioning the step the officers of the United States j I : I I fearful c
their
:J one or the roost phei-otnioa
irrespon- of
a !ad her
have taken would therefore.be I Nearly a year a jro, Mr. Porters Governor of youcg .; at lather?, oo the Wiuilacouchey! :i i
rl,ou and void,,and would, nut in the utterly slightest pow- 1 sible agents to apply the flame Was it to Micbican: :; died at Detroit since tvhich time the j! River, Hampton County, Flu- T iesilk! is beau :- ;: in the natural body, !gibe ranl of seD 1iTI 1n
'
j give imptnity to crime tbat the several Slates I i t important and most exciting airs of that Terriit! and It is said be her first and attention ic the
.dt.gree, relieve: you from iis responsibiliiy. : strong. to attempt. i{ nes penile upon the'jects
came into the Union, and conferred the tory have been left ia the hands r.f Mr. )h son. r stfk.
Hut! u prt\.tQt any nmtake in your mind, or in : upon I t and] o ing to the small number of wormshenas !'' of their own
the Secretary. Mr. Van Buren ,.. important nzbl a d the
general Ihe wouid not ; .OWI .
government "to establish $ t
the abuUuonist, of the public, ill relation to i power J '
pr cohIn4de
I j+I the office Governor a pound of sewing elk! by of
of experimenr. -
of wiy
rev po>ition and view*, I b1no hesitation in j' post offices and post roads" J f fj Michigan to be h..tJ io ''I quallv important dutIes of ite! magistracy tray
i .
ei':ng that I am deterred fna giving any order I j i In these considerations there is reason to { the evident injury of the public! service ar.d p;-ohaf The specimen is left at WL-.m's Ban l e gu-s no: more fa\uraSle thirds concerning ibg t
t..H.1cluje l. 1 f biy U the peace and security of the West, '.untilI. :; store for the uisp-ection of the puW c.
the whc series of abolition: publications doubt .
/ whether the bo Moreover
abolitionists have a right : after the politic from the southern nnir" ot'e! r y a want of legal ;t, to make use of the mails of the U. S. I'j I. Pennsylvania eSectio.i* were over, ivnen ; Volunteer Cernpnrry-1i e are desirea to state with; I
and if sirua'urd to convey j. several active pmizan* of }{r. Van Buren i ir.: that them in regarding the sets of d-jtj and
power; that, I were as you are, I i that Volunteer! rp
a
their publications into States where their j j State have their eye on U.atI ce. and each is Company b about being or-aa- ,
I office
Would da have doue. pooaibihty in a public h
r fu
Post masters ac you may Iavfc.iV; kru>tv in all cases the !t I j I circulation is t forbidden by law 1 ; and it is by ,j I I promised the rt"\"eNII:1IJ.f, It prov ;.-.i Penn,.tva-! irJ; in the city* uf T aHa assu. We sicccrdv! healthful tndicaticq, tbia .h. as a moro
j of
contents of ne< spa;ers, becair+: the law expressly! i no means certain, that he mail carriers and n'post is transferred acco.-d'njr t,> 't* cortrocr ; t i I.that the same may succeed-and would aces pride r>owcr n
( 1 It was not o,n:(m:,;,3ttrd to renjove ,1 lp Mon and importance.
pnjvktoB teat U.ey shall be so put up that they roasters are secure from the penalties of ourselves to the tJatrioticLJU .O' men of Lrn ,
may be readily fiarcined ; and tf they kno' those that law, iftbey knowingly carry, distribute, or that uotil\ uniei G.:,.. Lucas Mi Oi removed'J, assured Mr. Van Buren' County: to cotne forward and co-operate O in Lrmin '| It it is well thai \cu have give to the oLe i ii
'' I t > >o 1 :- he wouid! !icteelectoral ti.-
contents' :.o tc1ku' tPd and dwffried:: to produce, hand them out. Every citizen may use the !! tote of Oh..i beyond d'>uh:. an'i 't'.en' tee san.e. Due notice will be gl\"en of jection entertained against i ol. Bailey a "focal
and! ;! mail for .
lawJul "
of any purpose. The abolitionists Michiijinvto. has o:f-n pushed! on kv the Rcy ;:tin IT.e :.:. I babiMiou: act a same. For therpanjongil : i a
airg'avstru 'he
ir
t ni"St 3 cr:n..ce rn L
pro- .
may have a legal right to use it for distributing In assert her rlh'.j, cd i I
; t > rite ui>; U. Irrnti'jffilv r.I I? utyierlcodt
p.ert.:1nd pcreoui i tiit-ir fctl-j-v; ca.zea,. u cann Tr.e ex'nict wri>ch we ;ub., h bekiw, fro t tear i things a certain capes t.
1 their ,
papers in New York, where it is lawful to ; rop;-j I. \1 32"1 n i, remove art: 3- .
-.t; tx: doutied ir.a: a .i iheir detain them, i '
; Jaa. that
ruyo .
C-/jr.er.
; is d ubt readily occurring la thoughtful)
r no :> authentic.ei ) ai'Sd
distnbute them but does er Secretary, 1:111:1 Governor at this i inipol : ,
It follow ,
Zlit ; even t.. t.aaj tixm racer) i jeciv; auttxri ; not trJ"it. ; i **
cn>i5, ts lake : Can We nave been t fa.'ored vih a letter from J u'C7e' ; in the absence oT whtck
-ieTr.t p rt Mau T GerJEfC.t t.:1S no :ej.a j;owr they have a legal right to that privilege for appointed :o !hu t ace. ;; e r'. c we cart:" give
#- }rC/ *> any ru'.e: liar (lie G-'vercoieut of such a purpose in Louisiana or Georgia, pt"pe of the> ctuew sb! pa.ry: eecr! =i'J: A. ..ixa.; I. rani.'2. aJjressed to Gen. Searcy, a:::et to an sjlegcci) cj'nection.i 118 +
I CCr.ag. in tr.e: adrrH.l': : ;: of With P. )i. t .
: .Qr
Pus: Jlaarc'r' ;.Cl. where L''verr..cit v.h.ch v.e at> before our readers.
.n C.1.eo nor ras he ever a- it !S unlawful. As well : the coui- .jciy principle is ob..otl13 you I ahal;
miy itterfeiter lift i' \ IFr i
\
!" .c c s.eax: r r5wu rtf' i: 0:
tempted tu .i C1.. IV,ey ac ;,:1 such cases u',,nLi aDd the robber derr.and the of the p- ;m if: Jatkw.tiUc Courier. h the
I use : ; : :: -;- ate applicatioa Iude-d. sir. but for the
.?''.own oruv r*:>papers nfjb4.ty.sent;; : ar.d tu Ux.r!:: tf.ej.nproperiy! office: ;, for frans tiet. I m-iiU for consum
Plate of violation of their rights when it isdFrled. '. invete'J ::t' ter:!:or.' of Mcui..in WT;: ; a,: it.tj nrcessary B.>;. ii.J C irr.-. K..ij. \:j* harfcarou, ;yor rC: rcJ
rti-K- .r dt.i.ery. :t is at ::.:.: per.., k on r.er ,.- to rind :L;> tentirocfit oer a rave dt.tin) -
: -if e.f *. t r ra' : aju: of
.i
J34. fa.. { ', ; p e;: < j.r.-nmfDt. exccutiv. e tsrrcCF. by a pnry
; lilt be: .e p r.1r.r.ttt.g' : !' Upon these grounds a ;. jflT'.Siit.ve .ind jj lcb: !! Tn f.n'fJor't"3 & ::1 Seniirio.e: Indian5. He was shot, and r* ns; ed< h'. tile "i-d.m and !(Icarnini of the aaa wtaj
justifuLie detain postmister
t( mayei'
pnpers pant S'i'io rt t :i3 ,, an-i :if the t"J\.T eN taken f/ai. .r.d thrnwn! into ;. Tr.e
hesitate to be the of the 4e :: :" : legislative: cour.dloi a f-lU- j first bore 1 u Cat". Saoul no: ever|objection -
through the mail, lot the purpose of prevent agent abolitioutsis] 7a M.or. 2;n ;j3ss iavf;.- -. '.I..rJ".. 3 b-iui.Jlary hne, rr.ole! TVSS cut M ;pieces, and the su'Ue. bntie:: and t j!
' \ insclated: sending their incendiary publications! inlvStttc .. : | t; :n- r.:n.:l date, to be rahd! aaaoantra
.
ins or punching crimes t1
against in- 'J: .I..II: j :) ," J 5 1 1 ;3: ::llJ"C.' lL: ::.a ; have :ht been !fiU .d. T:.; avaeshade
' dmduala, bow much more important is it that ?, where their circulation is prohibited! : by G.:vr-mr: must sec thoe law* exfCisf-J. and :'rl-' a t:a-- : over the: sca'p' of:.elr "';ctia. j
this n :ponaibtltty should be assumed to prevent law and much more may p;,5t maters residing Prl'5i'fet !::b n,,> riir.t, : ID sate.rit3.v !hfJ.! any:.:::c A mesiiirer was despatched to Gc.i. C.Gcha You ,:kfc.j of proppic u; greats already

( insurrections and save communities! .If in those States, refuse to distribute them.- : over v.-fJh i l.e or eiJe to, scr.Jrr ;Hjet.rt"rdJ : CarIir;. and a detachment ;n-''OOod1'{ f"fallen a tae o!" thing rf
?
presenting
in time of war a Post Master should defect ''Whether the arguments here suggested be : voles of ihe Suite c:ainslnir. and for i aunt Ue "cene of, tl!'e tr.a'sacre. t tWe .Pry a?- i

4t the letter of an or a passing thro'the t I sound or not, of one thing there can be no fI re know, jus'-ly!; c.aitn.n: :;, the !and in dispute' Iti cape our neighbor: of thet.. Augusiaie ;i propnatcly: : the character the charge with twhich
enemy
spy If it i i very evident that: Misnahas done no more than Herald: wi.i:! not contradict! this st. ttal.rrt a, -.t ) would! put down a 2cci naue and '
idou-jt. shrill
1 mail, which if it reached its destination, I Ii' ever be settled by the au- ru> d t.md tnat it the lay of Congress, defhinig, i.as ali; our f.:Ir:::e: one? in relation to the bemu.>> f i-
t ''t could expose his country to iqvaaion and her th:rit> of Congress, thai the pot office esf +c limits of Mic'jin: t> c'r\ ,e,71s. Congress+ Thiransactnn drs not look like being rl'w.nJ .tn c xtetl'! nt citizen.YiU .
.
i
z r' armips to dec,ru1 on, ought be not arrest it ? tabhshmenl may be legally, and must be aca,. ? :! ras the p/nver to ser the! aiaiier rL'Kt.: v "peaceably! seal quieiiy.! : :' However, we sh. u
Yet whrtfe is hi. l:;al 1 power to do so \! tually employed as an irresponsible aged; tQt:1ale I cut t surprised atE should vi,:pute fAw, and 2. i t h.i !rri.at man has fall-cn! Israel.1-

Fforn the i-petiinens[ I have seen of AntiSlavciypubhcst misguided fanatics, or reckl'-33 incendiane :I;. A HEROINE-The Fxiltinaore Republican j ser: that L.O such lij-is: : has occurred.i 1 Il Y'I must be crease that thE lagratmde of the

; ,. to stir with '' rehlfis an instance of resale devotion and he i
and
; :s, the concurrent t:5- up impunity insurrection, i
l j p tFpP 1(; is sometimes a c<*ur>& of doncfui 10
timfIJof every class of citizens except the and servile, war in the Southern States, those; rOI?'n that would have reflected honor .on ihe J POST OFFICE. TAMPA; j i

tr ..hoficni!: .ts, thy tend directly to produce in 1 States will of necessity consider the general I| sternest Roman matron.rhlte tbe infuriated'j :& SIR- August2'f! J 153 |I the; great i' Ithout any w mist )ccc: to tbtct._ G

,, the South. c\iU ami horrors surpassing those : jrovcrnment as dn accomplice in the crime. populace was in the highest state of excil-j\ T at- tate fcf Secretes is an m?tn-.ce among*!
s The mail carrier who !left
usually rcfultin from fureijih invasion or ordinary they will look upon it a3 identified in a cruel| meet it visited the house of Dr. Hinlze.. in > this! oMce n: .IIY to confirm this ,f*,ti ,n. But: ic. tithe>i 1

insurrection.From( their revolting pic .I! and unconstitutional attack on their unq1Jcs'I''I J Gay-slreel. for the purpose of razicg it to them;! o Tuesday the 1 eels instant, was most nth' inaccI !- case why sho-jld I blush. I wonsh J not hue.be

torts and l fervif! .ippt-als addressed to the senses fineable rights and dearest interest, ) I I. ground. The doctor had rendered himself- on the same day, about six miles frUr.i.| di that: who ,
4 n a npeof pbilojophrr, wept
t and the passions of the blacks, they are m'Jst necessarily treat it a common in i I obnoxious to the rioters by his active efforts ;j here, and It.email bags earned off L:' a ;,arc oll t t
enemy t
1. i tbe loUU '.f n' him that
Indians. at ? men. nor lau'bed ai.
No .
is calculated to fill over} family with asa cins, thur means of defence. Ought the post mss to protert the property of his Mlow-citiz) hs, : intelligence of this seer ,:/us act t *

t end pc ducc at no distant day an cztermina- ,. tars or the department, by thrusting these .a- J! and was compelled to fly. But when the : reached us until Su Jaen.ning the 16th, when: neither will I be of your scl{ ool to bluih a; th 9 !,

y tufg servile war. So az ruvated 19 the chardcter pers upon ihe Sou'hern States now, in defiance crowd appeared, his wife, who '\as alone in the the mangled body wa discovered ba. young:01;1 j l misfortunes of the great, or the ingrauude of f

I M
Southern States with an unanimity never wit i so deplorable 7 0 j such circumstances they would attack it.- f dian Trading Establishment in the Nati-m, lying t| I .::n more than pleased to read your very .tl l

a nessnd except in rases of ejtrccie danger, I i i, I do net desire to he understood as affirm j They told her to leave the house for they vy-rc [ in a pond a short dUtance from the road. Tlttrj I h3a'Jsome enconiums on rte gentlemen! w om'j

hav evinced in public meetings, and by other [I, ing that the suggestion here thrown out ought j determined to destroy it. She replied, she ;place! was plainly! ; indicated by numerous >b-izzards ;; you have undertaken to ad .ocate. T>y are

a derv;:me in'.injauou; | worthy of S d '; t
t your advocacy. ; non 4
j i ten, f. 4;.d afety i by putting an end to their cir- considered as the settled construction of the j destroy it, she would stay and perish ill tit e had been given io the young man of the dttrd by :; possum q

h :Yr cute 1 ,* '*v any means and at any hazard.Ln' .- ::j.;I law or regarded by.postmasters as the rule of,'. ruins Struck by her counge and devotion, j j a friendly indian. Trie body hears narks of tliei.; exclamem quid .idmirabiliu?. qaam yes splcn- 1.

P-Atr: !-s to be resisted ; but powerhir' 'their future aclion. It is only intended to'j' j the crowd retired and the house was uninjured I Ii ,I j most; barbarous anton, and deliberate cruelty.! '' dome illustm'a vuborum. You call them de-

\ :s tied in palpable self defence, t ia ,. 'say, that in a sudden emergency, involving i II|; Had the same spirt animated a few of the rill The) hands were tied behind: the buvvtis ripped j mocratic republican > in', air. when I fall

I trot : ,--, That such i is the power whose ', 1 principles so grave and consequences so senous zen, especially the Mayor and the policed !i open, the jaws beaten in and broken and a nti r i il into the company of a Democrat, or Republi-

M cle.v.oij! arc nuts agitating the South, (the ant. the safest course for post masters an j |!!I Baltimore would have been saved from those l ball; had passed through the body, entering the ;!i< can, I feel myself somewh it acquainted. But

''It fed people of that section religiously believe; j the bet for the country, is that uhich you i horrible scenes which will long paralyze her breast and passed out at the shoulder. Marks a democratic republican i ; a component of ,

I rind ,o long as thai shall be ihejr\ impression, have' adopted. : energies and stain her character. I crcre also 1 fojml on the ground, indicating the ij
|Greek and Latin which I :onfess I ana usa-
\', it will require the array of armies to carry the It prevents tbe certain seizures of all the [Frederick Herald. iI i j preparation or" the M.-alp for preservation. ;

mails in safely.through theIr territories, if they 'mails in the aggrieved States, with a view lo I A detachment 1 S. troops from this post ble t8 comprehend the democracy or republicis .
continue t! j I DIABOLICAL CASE.-A mID, named JoKoi : or representative, and either form
to be used as the instrument of those '; 'the interception and destruction of the noxious i 1as instantly despatched, under! the command of pure

t who are supposed to seek their destruction. : 1 papers-the interruption of commerchl and i! ham Momford Police, was Office'!.jteiy, charged examined vith at the the following Birmin |\! Lieut.j Duncan, in pursuit of murderers and them 'may have its advocates. But what i is the dc- i

I As a measure of -at public 'friendly correspondence loss of confidence ; .! mocratic republic I lean it be the PlatonicRepulJil9
,
ors necessity i i j' atrocious attempt at assassination. It appeared[ : ; they went to two uf the Indian towns, where ,

I therefore you and the other Past Masters who I in the safety of the mail conveyance- from the evidence of Mr. Ld, the prosecutor, JI t they found the Indians evidently ;prepared, having i it otherwise termed, Plato's Ideal Republic i

have assumed the responsibility of stopping I I !and the probable overthrow of the authority I j I I that! a tin box t + addressed t.. bin, had been left r ) their rifles with them. They however, offerred *, | I In thi; matter, hnwever. I shall not ,

joiflarntnalory papers will I have no doubl, j i (of the United States, as t far as regards the I his house, on which, on openinf, he t found to con j I no hostility, cor would; they give any information \ j follow the example of the elebrated Grecian* I:
stand justified that Post Office tain two and a half pounds of powder j
step before your country j; establishment, throughout half the detonating I the The
( and nil mankind. j I territories of the Union.It : with all! the mechanism of an v-fernal machine. ) on subject. party returned las t.cDingafter who, when he could not ccraprehend the Oedipus. -

But perhaps the legal right of the abolition- prevents a speedy inlenuption of commerce The whole was so constructed, that upon tlej: I j! a fatiguing and unsuccessful pursuit. A determined that tae Oedipus should

of the lid bear guarded starts this with dig
to ( express; morning
JsUto make raising a pressure was: brought % ii'
UEC of the public mails in distributing and trade between the cities of the compiebend him.
upon the combustible, and an immediate explosion j patches relative to the affair, and we hope strong!
their insurrectionary papers throughout north and south, for there is abundant evidences was to have taken place. The prosecutor said, '' measures will be taken. It is true. sir, I owe an ipology to the pob-

the Southern States, i is not so clear as they that the vessels or steamy boats which that most t fortunately he had opened the box without Respectfully, !J{ ]lie for appending the nam'' of Jutuus to ro/

seem to imagine. When those States became should be known to come freighted with thesepapers any explosion! owing, he imagined, to some A. STEELE. crude But i is not

independent, they acquired a right to prohibitthe _whether in the mail or not, would along of delect in the machine. The prisoner was fully! Gen. I. G. SF.ARCY. I productions. tiy .purpose 1

circulation of such papers within their territories be suffered to float in safety in the southern committed to lakehis trial fly the offence. Il is the unworthy of Junius-the diffusion of political .

; and their power over the subject of ports. i opinion oral who have examined the tin box, its FOR THE FLORIDIAN. I truth. Jr\)US.

slavery and all incidents, was in no degree diminished Il allays in some degree the, excited feel contents, and the manner in which the combuslblf: ,;
TO CATO.
was arranged, that a more providential i
by the adoption of the federal consti ing of the white man against the black, which could not have been than that of Mr. Lad escape and FOR THE FLOUIDUN.At Southern I

tution. It is still as undivided and sovereignOR changes the dominion over the slave from one his family. The strength of the pxvvder, arras d SIR- a meeting( the plan ers otthe

., i when they were fist emancipated from the of mildness to one of severity, and puts the ed as it scat could not have failed, if it had fully In a discussion such as ours it is unsafe part Jefferson: D Coaaty, he'd a' the Cross Roadi

+ : -dominion of the King and Parliament of Great free negro iniminent peril of his life. I exploded, to have shattered the huuse.-Lttd:3: to travel oul of the record. Were I lo on the 7th inst. to uke into asider.itioa+ia the ff"

t:,t. l lYt Britain. In the exercise of that power, someof You avoided being made yourself agent. Mercury. I; deviate from this rule, for aught that is knownto forts that are nm1kin.7, b.r :he Fanatics; ot the. '

: + those States have made the circulation of and accomplice of blind fanaticism or wicked j I, me, I might find youi effort but a rc-actio n I North, t for the immediate a'xMition> of Slavery! n '

; such papers a crime ; others have made it a design, in a conrse ol proceedings which, if! A YAKKEE BLACKSMITH.-Professor Henry, rif of the affair alluded to by the Poet, partuerunl the South, and with a Tier of expressing uVir! I '

felony punished by confinement {lio the penitentiary successful, could not fail to repeat on our Princeton, it is known. has made some important;: monies et nascitur rediculus 1 sentiments on the subject t-Itr. LA GLET j' cai

; and perhaps there is no one among shores, the horrors of St. Domingo, and desolate discoveries on electro-magnetism, and has producf que mecs.-I led to the Chair, and C. r. (.+rat app+lottJ
: them which has not forbidden it under heavy with exterminating war, half the territoryof ed a magnet to lift 2, 500 ibs., it being however1 N cither can I approve the use of Secretary. After a brief aid: pertinent add m

penalties. If the abolitionists or their agents our happy country. still a desideratum how to control this euormouH common-place appellatives, because they have I from the Chair, explaining object of the mect-t

'Were caught distributing in Louisiana You power, so as to apply it to practical use. By the no tendancy to advance the interest of truth A. Murat,
tracts prevent youi government from being subjoined note form Professor Eaton, of Troy,this ing, John A. Cuthbert, Esq and Col.
i ihej would legally be punished with death ; if made tbe unwilling agent & abettor of crimes! desideratum; it appears, has been attained'by a and ecause, too often they are bait the external addressed the Chair;

I they were apprehended in Georgia, they mightbe against the States which strike at their exist New England Blacksmith. signs of an internal paucity. And on motion, it was

legally sent to the penitentiary ; and in t enco, and pion time for the proper authorities: An obscure blacksmith of Brandon, Vermont'" 'rl
I In from letter be 3Pyoi
: each of the slave bolding states they wouldsuffer to discuss the principles involved and digest 11 miles south of Middlebury College, happened s your extract my I have somewhat Resolved That a rntnmitG x of six occasionWhereupon f-
.f : accidentally to become acquainted with ProfessorHenry's to of. I had think the Chair to draft Resolutions l for the
the penalties of their respective laws. a safe rule for future guidance of the department complain reason to by F-f-
Now hare these I discoveries in ElectnrM agnetism. Pos" that I Col.! Murat, J. A. Cuthbert
people a legal right to do was suffering from the printer *nd his A
Besting one of those minds, which cannot be confined Gadsden.NVm.. G. Clark, au
by the mail carriers and postmasters of the U. While pursuing in a course, which pbilanthropy to the limits of a Blacksmith's shop--nof devil as much as occasion required. But you, Prioleau, O. H. appointedwho retired

States, acts, which if done by themselves or reccommends and patriotism approves, any shop less than the canopy of heaven-he applied sir, have carried the metamorphosis still fur Light Senr. were and repo rt.
returned
;; agents would lawfully subject them to theimniahmeot I doubt not that you and tbe other Post Masters this power to the astonishment of scientific: ther. What happen in future .aowasenf moments *
rt'r due to felons of the deepest dye TAre who have assumed the responsibility JOf mechanics. He turns three horizontal wheels a? may quotationsI ed through terser Chairman, the following0

t the officers of the U. 8. compelled by the stopping these {inflammatory papers in their round 50 time per second with this power. The> will not venture to anticipate. lutions ash isG were unaninx usly adopted. t
0
:: Constitution aud Laws to become the instruments i- paciage to the Sooth, will perceive the oecea wheels and shaft weigh 11 Ibs. He) has convinced My purpose is mistaken when you suppose Resolved, That any atti.inpt: on the 1 pate ,

and accomplices of those who design to city of performing your duty ia transmitting sufficient Professors for Henry and Bache, that A the detailed power the authority of Blackatoqe_ adduced to negative Congress to legislate upon -tie subject of Slavery inlra'IC.
machinery.
strong
baffle and make nugatory the constitutional and delivering ordinary newspapers, magazines count of it will appear in the next number of Sillj aet? the proposition, that the people of this would be considered by this meeting as dissoluuo an .

laws of the U. S.-to fill them with sedition, aDd pamphlets with perfect punctnalitse ,. man's Journal. The $up. Stephen Van Rens&efer county are guided by good intention in the boo of the Constitution, am a virtual ti i

S.ay murder, and insnrrection overthrow thoti' Occasions must be given to charge the PostMaster has purchased his first constructed coachi if- choice of their In of the Union. ; !
op.nion.tfto
institutions which are recognized and guaranteed with carrying their precautions beyond (or model) for the Rensselaer Institute in Troy,asa representative. throwing' Resolved, That whatever be their .[ti-
by the Constitution itself 7 tbe necessities of tbe case,or capricious- piece of school apparatus.' No chemical Hoc my reflections into a public newspaper, I was the abstract question sliverj', our fellow d

And ia it entirely certain that any existing applying them to other cases in which philosophical apparatus, can hereafter be cArt td i actuated by considerations such aa these, that. zens of the non, slave holding StateS ana bouNL

,..,,, hw of the U. S. would protect mail ( rnersnod there ia 00 necessity, and it would be the duty ered fate in perfect Mechanics without, it it wiU Whatever cause the may name be ,ita of where the mind Is under excitement, of what respect our right of pro pert:/, as secured to us T

po a'' masters againat the penaitiea of as well as the iodioatieo, of tbe department,, Thomas Davenport, the inventor) to accompany : ever kind, t palpable and'mp.ortallt principles the Constitution of these U,aced Stale pursue* ;

srr tboi&to&w! U be/ shall knowingly carry to Puitsh such: esujDj uous vith wonted I thai of Professor Henry to the ends of the earth ; I l are often overlooked which, if suggested. Resolved, That owing to the conduct

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places where ourTn'ach Ativ&iDV tutmtnuuve, ana the tt>ag3 ol r.iinrlnn.. -- -iADMINISTRArOR'S-----0- --- - --- ::. : .: I
-rs' of Fanatics, in. sacred call him, the widow's mite.' NOT ICE. NOTICE. DR. KELTS AItOMAriCLLS OR YE1. ]/ f

OO/IC them, it becomes our Subscriber returns his sincere thanks to his MALES.-The/ panty the Dfcx q_kkea it. eircul** I r :{
*: anflt watch t I upon every suspicious Six months after date we will apply to the Judge THE *, and the public in general, for the liberal twn. assist the suspended operations of otM 18. nul area .

l"n, strict among us, until some FROM THE CAPITAL OF FRANCE. Uie.County Court of Leon County for a discharge eaconragenient he has received since he bas been in general remedy tor the prevailing corapl*.nttimoo J .:

C \:1 ittnrr or residing of the non Extract of a Letter from Paris, dated July 24. from the administration of the estate of this place, and solicits a continuance of their patronnpe. II the female part of society. -The Pills are f irtJc.l riy I"

;al'Cf: .-&'1ed by the legislators The Fourth of July was celebrated in the \V m. Hall, dec. late of said county.J. He his just returned from New York, and has efficacious in the Green Sickness. PaJpitl tion oftM 0I

,: be St3teS to put down such fanatical f French Capital as usual by Americans who C. HALL, received pc; brig Somersett direct from that place, a I Heart. Giddiness, Short Breath, Sinking .1Jing Wm. HALL Sercral assortment of fall and winter GOODS, consisting Dejection and Dwmclination to Exercise md Seie"s ; .i I
Saloon in the Bois de ,
J tio nS.11cfJ'd Territory, and una- assembled ut a large Ad mr's. of the following Articles, to wit:- ty,>,Married ladies will find the Pills! equal],r UMfalex j l'. .':

IC That being yet a Con- Boulogne. Tallahassee 18th 1335. 6tf'ADllINIS'rRATOI'S Super blrte, black, green, drab, and adelaid Broid- cept in case of pregnancy when they mm: not be taken ,,
oursdves upon the floor 01 A magnificent dinner a la Francaise was Sept. Clot s. ; neither must they be taken by persots hectic "-.1
to defend unJer the protection of the I of Do. double milled Cassimeres, of different colours.An orcousumtivehabits. Price 91 50 a box : ;
served toasts given omitting course
; ourselves NOTICE.All
up .
ALSO. The celebrated Cambrian T.wth Ache ;
put second I as&orfrncnt >f Satti nets. -
**Ol3ing States, and pledge ourselves to any allusion to the late unhappy difference be- persons having claims against the estate of* 100 piecepcf super Kerseys, Linseys and Fustians. Pills which give immediate relief: withot t trt? least j .f

and make common cause with them. tween the two countries. We had an ex anda Richard L. Watson, deceased, are hereby notified K'. ;lish, :'French, and American Prints. injury to lha Teeth. On tiial this will be f fc und one of .

tJ urbC That"hcr as union and unanimnity present member of Congress Mr. WILDE, to bring them forward, properly authenticated as Painted Muslins, Fancy Shaw,HandkerchiefsardSuper the best remedies known for this complaint. Price 50 1'

'eJ, | consider a convcn- has the law within the be Pcneocs: Lustring and Fancy Silks. ccats a box, ,,4t
R desirable, we and Col. WHITE. The former gone to requires time prescribed, or .
is tIc's.Ready None is genuine unless signed on the itside printed i
States highly Rhine to take the usual tour of Germany forever barred. And all persons indebted to said :
1 tbffc of the Southern I I the n.adc Clothing &c i Cotton Bagging. wrapper by the sole proprietor!. T. KIDDER- j
,IJ and Switzerland. The latter (Col. W.) has estate are required to make immediate paymentto 500 pieces brown, bleached plaid striped Dories- immediate successor to tha late Dr. 'V. T Conway, t .-;,
the undersigned. Bale Rope black beaver drab and Wool For sale at his Counting Room over No 99. Conr.
xprfnt addiliona' Legislation is re- to Spain, to sec the dons, and to get pa- ; castor, ,
\"eJi That, gone SAMUEL L. SOLOMON. Admr'sSept. Hat street near Concert Hail, Boston, and also by his special :J
of in- : of Louisiana and Florida.
RCS orMr 10 prevent the circulation pers for his history 19ih. 1835:-6-tf.: A few dozen Walebone onnct$. appointment, b) {No. 5.) I. l

J.rcJ,In and facilitating l the apprehensiondjr'cL 1 500 pair Uussett Brogan Shoes. C:* B. PE IKIN8. .

with our slaves, and that THE ROSE OF MAY. NOTICEIs 500 pair RIPl'ed Brogan Shoes. Tallahassee' Feb. 22, 1&3.. 30tf Diujeiit. } i
tampering Gentlemon's and >Walking Shoes. *.* Observe that none lie genuine without the wri- .
an'V person is hereby solicited '_o flower would bloom hereby given to all those indebted to the Sub .
-sla'ivc' council I said the no more, 250 pair Negro Bhnkels lar e Rose Blankets, kc. ten signature T KIDDER, on the outside printed !
l.!P scriber. t lot the J833and 34 otherwise -
next That wilher'd yesterday ; years by note or Old Cognac Brandy, Jamaica Rum, Holland Gin.Rectified wrapper.
.. th(5ubjCCt. to come forward and settle the same immediately I !
upofl That morning dews would ne'er restore i, Whisky, Wines, Teas, and -
Onmtfl of Cot Mural committee My lovely rose of May. as longer indulgence' will not be g'nven. Cuba, Sf. Domingo, and Jamaica Coffee. DR. HUNTER; \ .

ItcsoJrcd.That, the Chair appoint a: The future was too cold a tiling JAMES C. EC LES. With an assortment of Cutlery, Crockery, and r( ww ma m 1tCC iTt pzI1c. ) .
committee of correspondence, 10th of Sepl. 1S35.6.15wNOTICE. HoKow Ware &c.
In sweet dream to he-- Quincy, ,
30J a
my Hunter's inestimable Pill per:
of Dr.
: '! .. With the use .
4iiance commiiiceo othor
: and that each -- -- --- nuiny articles, too teifcous to mention. BY
The the spring, ,
rose
of three ; present present of either sex, if they carefully follorvtl & : I
All
'llt"COt1si,, (which will be sold low tor CASH, or asproved -
,, meeting any of life
to call a public Are all to me. Credit. Country Merchants can be very valuable plan, and copious Directions accorr1-
thC rower CARRIAGE I supplied them enabled effectually to- Eradicate a -
The Subscriber offers his services ns at a smalladvancc on the New York prices. panying are

.It'. Lewis M. GoUsbolulie I remember well my grief TRIMMER, UPHOLSTERER, SADDLE, I The subscriber will advance, and ship Cotton to.. CERTAIN DISEASE. and to restore ost healtlr, -
chairman appointed When diet my flower-and then TRUNK MAKER. His New York with ease safety and certainty in a few Jiys.
filC F. Holmes, HARNESS and shop or Charleston, S. C. He will purchase .
Mural, and Arthur My joy, when time brought, leafy leaf, is situated two doors South of the Court HtUse'l Cotton, and: give the highest market prices U The extensive sale and unoxampiel sacrcessof
chg chi1le Murat, this Medicine, iu thin, and other cities aid principl .
A flower
md Col. As swee: y again. ALEX. FORMY UUVAL.September j.
will be
all orders from the
If'"gilencf' where Country punctually ,
,;1I\lt'C\ Farewell towns throughout the Unioo. for the last fifteen! years- I
I said
And then
Oclavus H. OadaJcn, com- despair, attended CHARLES A. NELLSON. 5 1835. 4-tf
and
to.
Cjmer I Dr. Com
jjotrlri1'. Thou for t during which it was satisfactorily prepared IIY .
art no me
guest ;
Tallahassee, Sept. 18th, 1835. 6 Gw that when used vith the IN- r
Of correspondence. i CAMP MEETINGS.The way incontes iby prove
What e'er I lose of bright or fair __
,lice be added to the -- JIC::: nON POWDERS it effects a orough and ,
the chairman: is list of fur
following a Camp
That I to FOR NE\V-l OHK appointment
see.
Re)1-cJ: hope again speedy cure of that dreadful disorder, dcoo miDlttcd the
Meetings br Tallahassee district
oi(3rh.RCo'cJ The Brig STATIRA; Holmes, mns- : of the Human Race.
Scourge
':1I1ltlre Alas I've often since then .r k In GadsiJen the line the
and Georgia on
chairman serrctary wept county, near *
the of her The PILLS are accompanied, when the case requires
That ter having a Cargo en- ,
: robh'd bowers part 17th 18ih-l9ih -Oth
and publish And death has my ; ana Sept. with the INJECTION: POW-EItS.snd
of this meeting p.iged, will receive immediate despatch. Th-masiilJe Ga. the iilth 'Joth 2Gth and ?TthSep'ember il.
3 tI prooce.licgs But even amidst the rief of men, -_ -. Ai'i'ly to the Captain on board, or toKBIIU on CERATE ; these constitute a most powerfil I medicine
the Florid ian.Oa I've eomforl found in flowers: applicable to the various stages of this Piotean disor
& STURGES.St. .
:ti In this meetCHAS.T.VLMER.ScVy. Flat Ford on the 1st 2d. 3d and 4th October. J
mot1lm It "a! Ith'n: RcsolvcJ that For, if the bloom of love be brief Marks 12th Sept. 1835. 52AAPALAOHICOLA Lownds -ounty, Ga. ,on the 8tb, 9ih, 10th and 11th der. Full!and plain directions, with a popi Jar treatise '
:
he riven the various and thj mode
3ic.SAM.. And i i' fame's crown Ocber : explaining symptoms of
3ijn4fl' sr.e NGLEY C.lai'n. I would uot mourn lifes fading leaf HOi'EL. treatment, accompany each box, so that persons of
Swif Cr ek. Hamilton county, on the 1 hIt. lath,
But look for spring in Heaven. TIlEsub3critJermformsherfricnrl'i in the up coun IGth. 17thv.nd IS h' October. either sex may cure tlJt rn! I\"os.

: . ; .l.in the AP-! 'it .AllmXvtina. -.I. t r\,\ .)-.k f\r.t f fltfn,.;,.. \ (Price of the Pills $1 a box ; the Injecticn Powders
1 the and I "i. .UQ ;OIIIIC.ii.i aiiu .tiu i/ci. \104IUIH.1 nnd .r(() earh.ttir .\
I ALACUICOLA HOTEL open for co :.ing season, Cerate cent.i .
NewnaiUville, Alachua co. un the 2S.li, : thh! and '
1 .-F.xract from a leter from ; OBITUAHY.Dt".1rtel from the patronage she has heretofore received, to- i 31st Oc'ober and 1st Nov.r Prepared fiom the original Recipe in MS- of i
,':MI.R "(('I"r"T "'nil board gcthcr wiihhcr experience,e and unremitti-fi attention, { JOHN L. JERRY Prmdinz Ellrr. the Kite Dr. V.'. T. CON WAT, by his immediate Sorsccs.sor -
'.'nl:. 'u.1 I .)f.tll. '-l1uthlt'11> Bailed! this this life, on the 23th August last. promises herself at least, u share of pair iiia;e. The r and the Sole Proprietor T. KiDDER of

,I. ,;.'I..I'-r Black Hawk, July. 12'and I at at the' cit &"Mobile, while on his return home House \\ ill undergo many repairs, and has had one ; 1 HERRlNGa. whom they may be had at his Counting Room in
comfortable! addition 'which has heretofore born : Chamber* No. ?9. next door to J. BIDDER'S .
:.I : New Mr. 'V m. Kerr, aged about nrgIcctcd oyer *
'I' ; from Or5.; A. rF.b.lrrclG of B.iltimnri* salted Hf-rring? fur
.Wt'b'ira-a; \ or.o man ofciokra, on Friday; andt'I 33 Mr. K. w2s one of our most Active I. -a good chimney and parlour. Her table shall: --il sale. ;h a very reduced prit-r.; -Also, Flour and Drug Store corner of Court and Hanoi Streelst J
,. v.li'.Urunning: rapidly close along shore vcars. Business not I be surpassed by any in the Southern Country; IJP- I near Conceit flail Boston and also by .lis appoin
,i-iv calling C-Hion Bifging, for sale Ion, by
J'Il'f..I&lOt
and! ;
: enterprising fruits of fresh! fj.ji Cu- very with arl tho other cable H !
,, ; ziic current, a Jaw! CoittOIl tree, ninetyuiilrtHii reason ol I I sides excellent every \aroty, : MILLER 4- Pl"TA1.k miMit. (together Mc .
141\\11' him to New Orleans, at thai particular I and the fish ai-J the 'O.u.t. cities the Sate Dr. Co \ :
anJ fmrfirt thmuch, suddenly 11,3 I ; certainly be:t oysters on 5 1815. .1-3w as prepared by ": ) by
't't j when it i is almost deJthyr a siran_ I a'l' win favor MirKSept E. D.
i""and Irciasve approached, alljust\ as the! year sure 0 pains shall be spared to render nny PERKINS (No.6.)
"vd, to u fell heavily, and withloj t ger to visit it, he doubtless contracted i i'if: grtC jher I with their company, jx-rfccily at homo;: -ts; tase ( TO \STB\IA'J'JC AM) CONSUMPTIVE.fHl DRVCGUTT.iIahas -.
',' h.mrinie). : oppPitC .1 the deck: breaking\ 1 his disease ii: that place, and thus fell victiuJ to" and comfort. Attentive servants shall lio in it- liE rr crash across I
!rt'Iflt! > his persevering industry. The deceased was a i t'ida' e. CAROLINE F BI\A\ i d--ut Jo civilized society-the Consumption\ -- (

t r"J!!"', iic, hoiler, deck] I to I ihe all lower nt whom, onhich, had not a native: of Ireland, and emigrated to the U. S. in I. N. L -Good wages will tj< ;jven i-i a .-oua 'ii>in generally T1i traced tit the least Alarming disorders To tho e afflicted with Corns. i

).irfur.H'n: wore shng; : thereafter from the North.vho understancs vailing inauin-; a ,!Iight} tutnegkctrd! cold. By estimation it appears ; celebrated Albion C.rn Plasteraordilinstsn-
the 1326 and in a short time removed ,
'la uut ol'nn! ;or helore;, the huge trunk : year well recoajoicnded Apply! at tint huudreJ and thousand die annually THE
1 ,' jcnp Florida where he settled and became room, and can &."IC one fifty persons and at the same time dissolve and draws
1 into tlif dork, nenrly: ) severing me poor'iir.n to ef the consumption. Most of these dreadful results
': (1n ,I States. hc Hotel, Apabchicoiw; : I the Corn out by the roots, without the least pain.
,' ; IWO, and crl1 bin r the head of another, citizen; of lhe United Apalachicula! iScpi. 12, 1&3-J.i 5JVVHie i may be aOribnlcd to common cold, and a negligent I II' CiuTIYICATE.To those afflicted wilh Corns on .
t.J! sii jliity' woinithn' one or two others. The In trulh may it belaid, that by the death of Columbus Enquirer will ptCi.5C puWisli tlic a- trcatmencf the harrasshig cough that gencritllv 'n!uc* : their feet I docerlify. that I have used the /.Ibion Corn .

was''l'ry groat on lx.ml, and fora few Mr. Kerr our community sustained a loss.- hove : weeks and for the account of C. x'". if- J I' -which is :usually followed by dilFitult breathing, [pain Planter, with complete Before I h.ul used ono
: :rn I eight ,
Those who knew him well will lutiff cherish his ia the side, and at last Ulcerated 1.un. Violent and -
,, 'Winvc f.\ioriod| t the I I Ixfut t.t" S WI\l1 p. AOcr ; --- ---- -- : box it completely cured a Corn which hd troubled me
"thtnr's, hard hUnir the roe, which held the I memory, for in his intercourse with his friends he NOTICE. I repealed Asthmatic attacks also bring on Consumpthe for many years. I make this public for the benefit of

w.i'II t fj-t: lo 'lit1 t.IIII'III.:1'irt': was cut away, a was characterised for goodness of heart simplicity MIDDLE] DISTRICT OF FtoBiri, LLON COVNTT. Hym.toms.! One or two dollars expended in the purchase I those afflicted with that panfalcowl'laint.:

and) the mangled' lorpse ;placed: in ito'iTnib"auil i of manners, and true genuine hospitality. it has been irescmcd to ef'DUMFRIES \VM. SIIA\V"
T-ivedtig Z. WHEREAS, r<}} me, by REMEDY FOR THE PILES Flushing L. I. Feb.i>3." :
\ we u'cro once more under weigh of the Ba:, the Offiers of the
leave to recommend (which lit }'RIC E.50 cents a box.
i The begs
Court Citizens ofthisCounty, that, owingto proprietor
-- ---- -- by
many unless 4'JotsiJe-
; ram: ; fullest confidence one of the most valuable ITT None arc genuinne signed on tIe
tl )
with
does
rla al'll'mM1 a .xqinll! struck' us and nearly ELECTION NOTICE. the Sickness of the Season; totlio absence of many I i remedies" known for this troublesome: and painful! .priuted wrapper, by the sole proprietor T. KIDDERr

':"1T.eJ 11'\ \Ve\vtTi unable lo withstand its, NOTICE is hereby rjrivcn, that nn election for Citizens from the Territory; ani to other cause; it complant. Without going into detail, he deus it enough -, immediate urce<3fir to the late Dr. \'. T. Co w.&I'-

""I'! were'compelled to stop the engine and ,'fur members of the Leciblntive Council of the would greatly promote the conveiience of the Publicto to he 'has in his possession the nUt uu. I For sale at his Counting Room over No. t 90, Court
say
.n; d I\\'n the stream: with, the head of the boat in Territory ol'Florida, for the County of Leon, will adjourn the next Session of tic Superior Court of doubted testimonials thai it has more completely answered trcet, near Conccrt Hall, Boston, and also bj brant
j' Leon to a lattr! pawl than that now
County,
appointed
tl'the which it is intended than -. ial appoinlmcnt, .y (No>4)
tl1rm. for
tl'C1 be held on Monday the 12lh day October 1930, by the Acts of the Legislttive Council: the purpose any : E. B PERKINS, Dacou .

at the following places in said county, under the \';1D, therefore, in virtue of the power conferred on other popular medicine Feb. 22d. 1;;5. 0 tf
OUIfilN OF LYNCH'S LAW.As I supermiendance of the following ItiFpeclors, viz : me by law, 1 do hereby adjourn ver the term of the This remedy i is perfectly innocent its application, -Tahlahasee, **"aIL

'Lviidi's" law Ins ncrmly become almost i 1. At Tallahassee Inspectors, .)<>hr Baldwin, Superior Court next to be held in this Cour.ty, to the to all conditions ages and sexes. Full directions NOTICE:.

,- j; vraa!: ii!l K prowiMal:: and, as the question Ik'nj. G. Thorninnan which consists two
; '\V I is St. Marks \V. that all writs and processes, 1107 issued, or to be issued I packet 4 waste the lands and
T "d a h.nulred: tunes a day: iL1: Lynch's ] 2. At -Inspectors firings, Price for the whole GO cents tni trespass or upon
$1 or e
Electuary. ,
v'? 11\ may;; l..c well to rdate the ftm'ing'311l'C; :! j Tjmutla11cC:1rt..", and E. \V. Dorsey. I be mat'.c returnable to the ;lid Second Monday : but of the articles is wanted. I other improvements on the tract known as Forbes'
I' of November, instead of the fir$ JltnJoy of October, one Purchase nnd pagrticulaily! from removm j, cutting
I Walker's\ Thos.
>i1t-. wirl mny serve .I' ait :nver:- 3. Store-Inspectors, Jeff. ;
as previously appointed by law. DYSPEPSIA, OR INDIGESTION. otherwise injuring the timt-r on the-
In \\\Vhni Pa. N. V. Walker and C. C. Ash. destroying, or .
: : county, many years ago, j' Green, ,
This oider tll be published wc kly in the Floridian, Of long standing, and ofthe most obstinate character, land unless by special lea\e from the proprietors
'::icrt-l\vJ: a pnachiiig vagabond, who, it was l>evd f 4. \Villslr\\'s-Iupeclors, Elisha Winslow, until the meeting of tlif 'ourt. has been immediately relieved and often permanent! their'agent. THOMAS BALTZELL

,iii3iUanu'd: df i a IIJ fallilbv) ;pilfering! 1' \'. Daniel, and Isaiah Pindams. Signed) THOMAS RANDALL, Judge. cared in a variety ol cases that have occurred in Boston August 23 '3tf 1gcnl fn the I'ritprietort.

am tlir! farmers around tiiiu. TJ.<*u
i ;v-ri 'd. yet I IIP tni: tii: !id so ..lftitl\t :a i\vay! :* I I'cier Clraire, and Solomon Walker Tosu-. n.. J. FLOYD,D. C. L C. S. C. Dr. ReluV* Vegetable Specific and anti-Bilious Pills, .
\3\/1111 d detection. At 1 kngih a \I r. Van S\\'e i 6. At J. A. Wil'.eys' -Inspectors, J. A. Willcy, ScptPtnbcr 5, tS::. 4 'd both of which are to be taken together. according to valuable TILL be sold on the I 1st of October n 'xt at pub.t
I 'Y lie auction in the city of TalU loasee, the
'l1ll1Jlc 1d1j.in.y t cir hi.n in which be II. Bricldc and John D"I\\ and practical directions accompanying the
.1: : \ ut|p < \ Tijonias n. plain t lands if .
( described not disposed
3$ (dltI,'. lIa\1l1: g a newly-born: calf; he J j 7. At Tatums-Inspectors, James Cameron: J. I LOOK AT THIS Speciurt. Price 5'.' cents each. the outside df following at private s.lIe'IZ.. the( E. \ of previously N. E. i, St c. 12,

,,''ur'I\,1\ i it from) Ins neighbors I 1':'r several I days; 1 Tuiiim, and, Henry C. ts1iion.I I \NTED IMMEDIATELY, 500 Laborers None arc genuine the unless sole signed on T. KIDDER prin, I Township I, Range I, S. &.w. The W. < of N. E.

- ''ten rode ovor to the poacher's: and told him thai 1 8. At Slewarts-Inspectors?, Ja3. Slcwart, I. W and 20f Carpenters, to york on iNc following! ted immediate wrapper successor by to the late proprietor Dr. W. T. CO/'cw.n- I }, S
'I1n i* calf lia.J rt-ccntly strayed to his f.irm: I Kendrick, and Gen Fisher sen. It ,II Roads:-On the Lake Wntico and St. Joseph's I for ale at his Counting Room over No. 99, Court W. i, Sec. 7, T. 1. Ra- 1, S. Sf E-

rincii I I $In- Lid jK'uned, and was anxious to tind j 0. At Parish's Store-Inspectors, J. D. Parish, Rail Road, (West Florida) ncarthe mouth of Aft'ala- street, near Concert Hall, Uoston. and also by hi. upe I The above "amla lies within one and a half miles of

'IK owner.: The. ptwcher; axkcd him how long he : Kidder) Monre, and Arthur Burney. chicola River, 40 miles from the town ofJVpalachico- ciul appointment, by E.: B. PERKINS, (Nc. 1)Druggist I Tallaluisstc and will bj sold on the following conditions -

:.adhad it, its MZe and color and lwing told, siidwi I 10. A i Harris'-Inspectors, Hcubcn Manning, la: and on Tallahassee and St. Marks Rail Road, viz: Five hundred dollars cash, the balance a

iii% auJ that Il had j.OfC otI just at the time ,Jno. \V. Shehee, and G. 'V. Holland. Port(Middle of St.Florida Marks.) from the City Tallahassee to the 1'allal.asscc, Feb. 23H. 183-> 39tfRKMEDY csi 12 rn.ntIiscredid.from day of sale.with approved iiote il.be P.ARISH.AU irin inter.

OJkfjiof.' Jk'tug ilnis dettrted in a he with a 11 At Cromariie's-Inspectors, A. Cromnrtic.. Any portion of the abo\'e-nand number ofhmds. RHEUMATISM.( lIst 15. 1tdCOT1ON

, *,?':R "<" ilefran-1] !, Van Swearingen rcproacliodlsmwitii \\. Roberts, and John L. Vickers. will find employment on either of the above-named )' excruciating pain-the decrepitude and defor '

': it, and told him he would give him 1-J. At Magnolia-Inspectors, Benj. ,Byrd, Edward Roads, al the following rates, namely: Wages, for [ THE ., and the premature old age which arc tLf : COTTON!! COTTON!

\u-fnur hours t.. !eve: the lieighborhoodiiiifftlniil'he Sdxas, and N. Hamlin. Laborers, from 20 to $25 pcrtnmth; for Carp--n.cr.s, I usual attendants of he disorder are suffered by ma HK bul.scnbcl"vil! make liberal advances oil the

; remained longer he would! prose- Given under mv hand ihis 17ih Sept. 1835. from 35 to 830 per month, and f.und. I I from despair of a cure, or disappointment in the cll'.cft T above article, to be shipped to List rpoo}, NeYork .;

ute lum. I L. A. THOMPSON, .Judge ofC. C. L. C. The above-named. Lines of Ra I Road pass through. 1 lev* of the numerous_ pretended antidotes* to*effect tti I or Charleston, and will purchase. the highest
The pf.acheronly laughed at his threats, dry and healthy" sections' ot" cotmtry, nntcnn" the purpose. lint those who have made a lair trial of I market price. ... 11. 0EKKY.Au .

ljile tb.- latter 'I ftc; of lhe Lake IVimito and St. Joseph's Bay seaboard with the interior, where no d lroger is to be I DR. JEUB'S CELEBRATED LIN1MEN1 I ust 29 3-2w
consult with his
went to
neigh Canal Company.At apprehended of fevers, fyc. I even ID cases of long standing and of the most sever t 1'. S.-He is 'now expecting rxr Bris Slatiha, .
ors as to \\hat \va* to he d( ne. A t thc'expiraof f I of the Board of Directors held tins All those who wish constant employmBnl, and liberal -. character, have rece\'edcertain relief and many havi Somerset, and Col. Crocket, from New York, and ;

:.uo the t\\enty-four hours, five or six of a meeting wages, will do well to bond lln-ir course this way; laccn clued in a few days some in 24 hours! as a nurc I the. Schr. United States, from Charleston, a genera -

1hpm repaired to the poacher's whom they day, the fjllouing resolutions were adopted, viz : and apply to the Subscribers, 01 to our Agcrls, en I her of persons in Boston and vicinity, who were formerly assortment: ; of Merchandize, consisting )f Bagging
liund Uesolved, That those Stockholders who are either of the above-named Rnil lioa.ls.' \ I afflicted with Rheumatism. have very fully tejiti Roj>e, Groceries. Dry Goods, Hard wan-!, Crockery&c.
pt-rfcctly unintimidUfd. The party, I ,owners of improvements in the :Town of Apalachicola J. P. & W' GRAY tied Certificates arein the possession of the Proprie \\ hi:hi he will dispose of very low up m the usua.

however proceeded to try him in due fotm, |I shall l he entitled to a Lot in the town of St. ICJ" The Columbus Mtss'jr, er, and M aeon Telegraph I tor,1roviugthe most thorough and surprising cores 1} credit.i .

tQOing one of their number, a farmer named Joseps at a reduction of thirty-three one-third will please publish this, once a wce'.c, until means of this powerful LlFIMENT. in cases when MARSHAL'S SALE.

L!;>diUbejudg<'.-Van Swearingcn related per cent. on the amount of what an adjoining Lot the 1st November next. The Savannah Georgian, other approved applications had utterly failed. virfic of a writ of Fieri Facias to me direct

|tne cflencp, which the poacher of course similarly situated hall sell for atpnblic sale ; provided and Charleston Courier, will insert the above three DUMFUIE'S EYE WATER BY ted, I shall expose at public sal before tliff .J

nwd.. said Stockholder shall erect a building thecon times a week until the November, and iorward For sore or inflamed Eyes, gives immediate ease anrelief. ( door of the Court House in the City of Tallahassee
The cac was submitted to the judge, their accounts for payment, to our office in Tallahassee the effect is most salutry. .
tll'the
On in October
\\ho l by the 1st Jaiuary next : And any one who may recent sore eye on the first Saturday next right .
decided that the poacher should be lied make such improvement: and not he willing to Florida. .-Where the complaint has been of years standing title, claim, and interest, of the Estae: of Davis

;:P and receive three hundred lashes, well laid purchase the l ht on which such improvement shall September 5, 1835. 4.tf and in some exceeding bad cases,the most unexpected Floyd, deed., now in the hands of his Executor tenj. .
Ll, and "- and desirable relief has been found in the use of thit Chaires and Betsey Floyd his Executrix. The W L
then be hours shall take such improvement DENTIST.
pjveii twenty.four to have been made, the Company SURGEON .
J iae eye wntf*r. alter every other remedy had failed. Man) of the N W 1 of sec 9, the E | of the N E J of see.
the phcc, under; : a penalty of receiving at whatever three disinterested persons I DR. J. EVANS offers hisprofessimial services to ursons who have used i it, pronounce it the best pre 8,1'.1, R. 1, S 4E, containing 200 ac-es, more or

llree bu.idred more if found after that> time. may appraise it to he worth. citizens Tallahassee, ,'nd the public gen aration fur these complaints they have ever met with, less. Levied on as the property bclon ing to said

The first part of the sentence was inflicted on Resolved, That any Stockholder shall be entitled t'rally.-He inserts incorruptible Teeth, which will specially in ;ases- of soreness or inflaination of long I! Estate, to satisfy a Mortgage in favor )f Green II ..:
tile liput, With to a lot in the town of St. Joseph at a reduction not change their colour, nor decay; and, so perfectlyto standing. Price25 cents a bollle. .I Chaires. Sale will take place within the usual hours
such good intent, as to render imitate nature, that they cannot be detected from unless the oat side I
I of thirty.three and one-third per cent on the None are genuine signed on T. E. RANDOLPH, I larshal,
r repetiiion unnecessary. The culprit made I amount which an adjoining Lot similarly/ situated natural teeth. Satisfactory reference will be given, printed wrapper, by the sole propiietor, T. KIDDER Ang. 29 3-'d By A. A. Fis ler, D. )f. .

L as fast as his lacerated limbs would permit shall sell for at public auction ; provided such if desired. I immediate successor to the late Dr. \\'. T. ConwayFor NOTICE. -
CiTY HOTEL.
t1:11.: iCP ROOM at the sale at his Counting Room, over No- 99Court
J stockholder shall erect a building, valued at September 5, 1835. 4-lf street, near Concert Hall), Boston, and also by his special f B1HE subscriber wishes to sell, or lea te, for a certain '
dollars, and have said building in a stale of for- appointment by Druggist.E. i JL term of years, the place when he-novr re.

Obeying to the Idler-A native lad under the wardncss by the 1st Dicember. In all cases CONFECTIONARYrIN ES, &c. B. PERKINS 8"2Tallahassee. sides. If sold, indisputable titles will t e made,' and Q

care n1'a \ ouarjrin New Zeland application must first be made to the President subscriber respectfully informs his friends March 4, h131. (No. 3 possession given, whether sold or leased if required,

davin: .. th' rm with tile came one and directors by the party intending to build, when THE the public generally, that he has just received THE by the first day of November. There is 240 Acres of .
uf hoiile FOR ITCH
contents ot CURE !
t-IJU ,,- from a the value of the building to be erected will be fixed per late arrivals from New York, a choice A CERTAIN Land, about 120 cleared-his House is situated im- ,.
'hed' IT10- head foot.-Hi aston- by the Board, alter the lot has been de6i'r.att:1. and select assortment of Wine ,(of superior quality) HOWEVER inveterate in one hour's application mediately at the Cross Roads from Tallahassee to Su ,
qired wl'yheh.d. "made himself upon Cordials, Liquors, of all kinds, Fruits, Jellies, Can- from taking cold, by using Dam Augustine, and from Monticello to St. Marks! and 12
THOS. BERTRAM
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: : 1 lH-htfl11 figure?" "Do you not," Sec'y. dies, Spanish Segars, &c &c. &c.-All of which lie fries' Ointment. This preparation, for pleasantness miles Tallahassee ; a good Dwelling House, without ,
; 1835. 6 4w.
$2: l5lad'! "teU us we are to do all the Bible Apalachicala, Sept. 3. win sell on reasonable terms for cash. Feels thank- safety, expedition, ease and certainty, Hands unrivalled buildings, &c., and an excellent staid: for a Purlie >

,: rt3ill'y' ," said the lIi'siClnary'Vell i ful for past favors, be hopes Mill to merit a share of for the cure of this troublesome complaint.! It Is no House.-Apply to the subscriber, on .he premises.The .

t Continued the lad, "you know that: Jesus NOTICE.Six public patronage. R. K. WEST. rapid, as well as certain operation, as to cure this terms will be accommodating.JOHN. It .
:!StJy Sep' 5th, 1835. 4-3w disagreeable disorder most effectually in one hour's application B.OCKER.:
\'ltt'nt fast Tallahassee,
we must anoint Honorable
LCa4 our months after date I will apply 10 the !
1285.
only 12 5-Sw
WUI oiL" September ,
h\l"t "Trul. "The J pig then, ran '1 Judge of the County Conrt of Leon Countyto For Charleston.The It does not contain the least particle of mercury. or .

I J,to fast I my breakfast this niorntiB, and I have be discharged from the administration of the other dangerous ingredient, and may be applid with LEON SUPERIOR COURT. .

IIi Uy head.ever" : Since; lllisiswl'.vl put the oil estate Samuel Brvan, deceased, late of said Co. regular trading Brig Somerset, perfect safety by pregnant females, or to children at KIDDAR M. MOORE, ) Assumpsit Attachment I
will sail for the above
LEAH Capt. Lewis, place breast. for 71 issaed
BRYAN, admr'tx. the tt. > 8100, cents, .' .
A Tallahassee.., 18th Seut.. 1835. 6-tf about the 20th of this month-For freightor Price 37.1-2 cents a box, with ample directions. SHADRACK ATKIVSOH. N Anj'-tiit29t a. IMIHEthndanand'ahioersinerted. -
-- board toMILLER
M. S Ly the name of Abijah' Reed of Frankford, passage, apply on or win
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1'1\h Letn committed to Jail in Belfast charged & 33 To the,Ladies 1431 take notice of the institution of sail} suit, and of -
eks after date I shall to 1835. 4-2w
NOTICE.-Six Marks 4th
k1h apply St.
Sept.
tug him Mr. John West, his! neighbour, by stria I White and sound Teeth,.are both *n ornament and a I the issuing of said Attachment; and that they appear
"cg.frk1f QIl the head with bag, which cantamcd a the Hon. Judge of the County Court of Leon Co. blest ing. The best security for their advantaged to be and plead to the declaration filed in said caw, accord. .

tith West had impounded Reed's sheep; for for letters Administration on theesinle of Geo. NEW GOODS. found in the use of the ing to the statute in such case made and orovided. '

fI'el4Qe he was l'uundtd to dtath. Reed is a man I Moore, deceased. Wm. FISHER. subscribers have lately received by sundry BRITISH ANTISEPTIC DEJfTIFRICE. J. D. WES'rC(iTT, Jr. 4
e"'h.Mrnced
in life I IfJf Sept. 12th, 1835. 6-tf. THE a general assortment of Foreign and This elegant Tooth Powder, with a very little use Attorney of Flaiuti1f.A

M1 Ia1Je Domestic Dry Good, Hardware Groceries, Provisions eredicates the scurvy in the gums and prevents the accumulation 11(115t 29, 1935. 4-3m
married, ma?' Kaid a pretty brunette&i1letnlo NOTICE -Att persons having claims or demands ,Saddlery China,Liverpool and common Earthem of Tarter which' not only blackens but NOTICES .

t ue )l.cr mother. '\Vhat do yod want against the estate of Capt. Jnn. Hills, late of' Ware, Castjngf, Iron, Cotton Bagging, Bale Rope loosens the teeth and accelerates their decay. The IX weeks after date, I will apply to the Judge ol

7t1ayeu rried fori' returned her mother."hy Gadsden county, dec. will please present them! duly -.. and Twine; which they ofier low for CaBQ,or to punctual Dentrifice thus removes prevailing causes of offensive the County Court of Jefferson cov Dty, for Let-

now the children have never seen anr authenticated within the time prescribed, according customers. Any business connected with this breath preserves the healthiness! and floridness of ters of Administration upon the unset lea estate ot

Y tnarrjed, and I thought, it might please 'em./' to law. And all persons indebted to saW concern will be attended to at Tallahassee by William the gums and readers the teeth beautifully white. all the Goods and Chattels, Rights & C -edits, which

estate will make immediate payment to the under- Price 50 cents. were of the estate of James Brooks, < ec'l of said

CIt ttedtjiat: Lord John RwaU has recently signed. JONATHAN ROBINSON, adm'r. Kerr.K.ERR & STURGES. Price-whole boxes, 30 Pills, 1 dollar, half boxes county. SIMON TAYLOIVSept. ..

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lr I'iAi FORTE >.1 -. *. and ,oral jrIatrni le on ai1ds/jo: *3; : ';-, 23-i I A: IT.* or>7fitv-r. As> cy
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Henry \V. P.t-s: : > Mu S: =? : ? e: I-! _-_ u.- : is.Mrs.
... In 1412h health and visor, will stand th*: i.sBef.jtT.in (1IACLL.T.G nfl

.r .cir sIrt/r at Ctirsry, Ga'ivi'n county, Flor. nt Mount I1ir.t I)' c'.r Ge/r at Tallala tvird, I j .
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gte -$| ih*: vff.nf if rmi J a? anytime within the IT ur.ptars from a-'f. ctory cvliicncc thai the De- VirV. E
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t to i(1't-i rrnre to Jx; in fa<, which usil btcorn due B-na A \4TJ, t; r..t rci.e in this Di.tct., LT'iUe : I "JADE and sold wholesale anil Retail I c .. j w. Pncr.. d.xCLGO.G

Is sot as tli' rr.atc is avxruincd to L t < foal j tII. ,: fl tt .. of Ahoam.iand L'xasjana: lt I .* in Frederick '
: in or : .. .., ordered coactr, Jfd. by C Ilerstci Siiuci Ci.E-t-'. E..i, 3 r s.1V"t .
parted ith-Al'X) 25 r'ni* u> tht r&.rn, to bPtdig *- .ad ti.at uey do appear btfore the Ju,% : concerned in the Patent with Dr. Jsdkjn drl..ri

v. Zn .tcrVr2s tit !'fl &! rr.rkrd. I ol the Sup rr Court i/r ti.e Mitldle D.sinct of Fi>-- I The above Ointment i j4 otfered to the p bLc! as .1'L I *..E.-j.-t Gr.ts.OR. ...:r

tt -Kirkp'Urifk wa sired by 'I.'cW rid,, Gth rojr1iy: [ Jizg in c.hnicv; on r aie and certain remedy for those obstinate diseases 3larzi IA 1 1-f ,

Z4 Ton//fi, ')r..ft&t ir ost celebrated hcrtes in the Stale 4 L-ef're ti4 rt d31 cf 1e rex vertiber Tcrm C some af 1 which hae loflg baied the skill of cneihcasciecce.

rf Virei.iia-Moniur Tont/ as by the Pacolet, !1id Curt and ariser thbiU fled by the C&.Ltr .

he by tl.e irssr.jr'd hone Citizen, }he by Pacok-t! of 4 FULL supply of Landreths1 superior garden, ant n this ca oLez.e the s.u.e iII be taken C. 1st U'hite Sweliin sof every deseripuoo. j REFESa'T2i

England, he Ly Blank ar.i! l/y Goldophin! Arabian, hrbar.d Sower seeds just received and warrenttd 2d Sore Leg and Clcersof long &t nJcg. !: : : z223T

his dam by Top Galhn;, he r>v Gfllalm, Gallatin by fresh ; by K.B.PERKINS. .Jily I 49-3tn ; 3-d Schirrnsor Glandular Tumours particular'} : OSi Oi"lL"* iE> hC

jr impotted BcdfonJ, 4c. 4.> '*w grandarn by Grey March 1st, 1915. -tOtf $ Middle District-Lon Snperiar Court. those hardened tumours i in women's breast which often j JL Tsr.li Mic-.ci. fr the csnf cf :*K-: c'l-s of)

iledl'-y, imported Oscar, irnported Fearnought, dam John H. Browning and B. ) limes terminate in ulcerated eanc rs. er Dei.e; pr:1dce: !:! a ;:rWciod.

by Herod, who was got by Wi'/ratd, 2d by Shark, 3d FRESh DRUGS, WINES F. Brownsn", Merchants, J 4th Felons, or whit some people know by the name' and a ritnt d hal>:tof toJr. a-issTiIlyexB'''*

by Cure, 4lh by Lath, 5th by Fearnoupfct, 6th by Ja- ,p antS Co-Partners, trading | o Catarrhs, of every deseription. ting theiroelTft* in ti* Kxni>ci" Sc4 .'"a'a St; Rb ain'i

gus, 7tli by Wnirjrtgton, o th by Janus. Tom Tough Surgical Instruments, fyc.I urdfr arid uin the naifte > ATTACHMENT.of 5th Rheumatic Pains of the joint*. i iGtii Leprosy. Sw AaUi,)av s Fire& IVve: 5 res .erea vj>e"he

was gotten by imported Escape, out of Col. Hoome's HAVE just received a full supplr ol fresh Brown k Co. | Sprains and Braci: of every description or in U>2c* are ar-c3.! i NVhSk ?L'tjr"ri': i'( -njel[ _
celebrated sLe old! Bedford : Dr Jeb"s Li3p..eztx FccardE5 ? obt.nte l.kt
Fairy, by imported out of Drugs Medicines and Chemicalk Pure vs. I whatever part situate.j .
Ocn. Spotsuoo-i's imported Alambiuia. Tbo e who William B. fiheltoa. J i j 7th Tetters of all kind*. In thUcoaiplaiat, the paj ire aa l er -svalJ bead in c! ii

;j' dcMrc to se a mor detailed account of his rdirec PORT, MADEIRA fc MUSC.1TELLE H7.VE, THE Defendant and all! others interested arc here j JI tient, ia applying the Ointment, must keep the pert rtnttg: pn;';.dor orbed: .

awl perf nnaircs, fMoasjcur Tonv>n] arc referred to in bottles, imported specially for the use of the-1 j i by noti6ed of the initr.uuon of this suit that, AttacJij I oat of waier* jptioa?. raJ %eziJ tx.at>. thiSu the boJ.

4 Skinners Turf Ile;jstei, January No. 1532.MonMur sick. WeiganJ &. Snowden's supcnor AMPCT\- 'j inent has ber. issued and that they are hereby, requJrd -- j Sib Chilblains, or parts affected by fz-ot.' ; wh
Tonst>n's colts have ;od! at very high I TING, TEEPJIIMNG, OBSTETRICAL, EYE, DISJECT- to appear and plead to the declaration according?o J' It is alo one of the best remedies for Barn; and : are ao the bet Sp-rg and AUtU1D oar

prices: 1 RAW their improvement, behaving had last IL L ixc, and POCKET INSTRUMENTS, in cases. the statute in such case made and proiided. \ \ Scalds. It eases the pain and draws the fire ont in a I : : > panf srd c'in the sj
full more winners than the of other horse in 1 short time. 'rtchre;; :enft apr get I IS
any STOMACH PCMPS and PIPES Silrcr! Lancetd and I LEIGH REID for
Any rlffj"S.
America- the best evxle&cc, however, of my opinion Lancet Cases and Nurse Tube &c. A'irust I 5I-tf I For Infjamed Women Breasts, and Glandular. | The al-o ani the pr.vr*; ?f ':t'--tL)1L ad. by parifrtf*
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S of him is, that I paid la&t November ten thousand Swellings, h u sopenar to any irediclne yet known: the bboJ. prevent the swr fcoa ;f ir airnant! bnroosrrofth
An of DRIED HERBS from "
dollars rasb. for him. Chesterfield! Va.8th Feb. 1831. assortment the MEDICAL COLLEGE OF GEORGIA. the medical faculty It is much safer lhaa mercurial Icnr Tb propnrtt crcidentij! reIe'P!
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W. R. JOHNSON. Shakers-among wHich are Lemn Balm, Catnep, r HE Lectures in ih institution will be resuoifdM. of any prepartiad of that material,) because itdoes tb. vol nnmbr! cf safprr>ir rm pfTrttedby'JJfr*

: The great sjrandirn of Kirkpatricli, was purcliascdof I Hysop, Mint, Sage, Sweet Majoraai, Savory, On the third Monday in October next, aridcontinue not lay the patient liable to injury from expose to:! drop not only ra Bo-ton scd u* iny.bout tbrooga*

CoL uoomes jwliiig.Green, Va. at the price of100Z. 1 Thyme, Celery, ficc. as usual six months. They will be delivc! cold. the Unoo fi r thcb *: ivci* rf5ai

when a small colt, and is descended from his im f1)1L Jcict and LEMON STRCP. td by L. A. DUGAS, M. D., on Anatomy and Phy This Ointment has cared sores of many years stand an niihu ranve meti. .i u* :>f cases -

ported and highly approved stock of horses. Thus it SPICES of every kind-GenVme INDIA CCSET. siology. ing. Where it i is impossible? or imprudent" heal the cpeclied. Thi. ar.c> lu'a pronooncW

will be seen that Kirkpatrick combines in an eminent English, French, and Prentis's Soaps and Per PAUL F. EVE, :M. D., on the Principles and Practice external tore, in consequence of the bone becoming;i bv aPh sscjinof"-T the fcr< r>?rv- :>J :r.. i nh,his bad OP"*''*

.. degree, two of the most approved stocks of horses in I fumery. Mrs. Miller's celebrated SNUFF. May- of Surgery.A carious or rotten, it will stop the progress of U e cane* n essd'.s nrpnsn; etL- i m

England and America, viz-Tbe Medley and Diomcdatocks. ]I nard & Noye8 celebrated I.tr and INC POWDER- CUNNINGHAM, 3!. D., on the Principles ai d increase the quantity ol the discharge, remove the of: ion. to tike the If ad ol'atl sie jv z1 ir artlcl** kfl0'2tbr

: JAS. 11. T. LOIUS1ER.Gadsden Practice of edifice. fen ive rmeU, and ease the pain. the atxwe evtnplasufrJ t js fjA g2n1Dg

Co. Flo. April 25, 1935. 37tf THERMOMETERS, HTDROMETKRS, &c. JOSEPH A. EVE, M. D., Therapeutics and MJiteira It cares the worst Felons or Whitlows on an appli i. this poJ.il ia paNic estiaiitwthny oi co

E. B. PERKINS. Medica. cation of 46 hours.Ritenmatisms Puce $1 abottl.tr6 bcttles or9r.

y "As Extract regards off letttrfrom Kirkpitttck Col., I Live Forof entertained FF. Florida a high.- I _:Tallahassee, July 9lh, 1834. [48tfj M. ANTONY Women M. D., on Obstmics and Diseases o which have stood so long as to become fi J Ja ; RELFF/S ASTHMATIC PILLS,

; Opinion of him ; the first season on a fcbort training, to and Infants.L. systematic disorder, requires medicine to be taken inwardly | and a little aenti a :o their tiselj! i Jmiai aation.i '

test the speed of him and Marion, PRiman's colt, they D. FORD, M. D., Chemistry and Pharmacy. to remove them entirely. But in most common i \ usually ensure a mitmtion of these !is,rtJer and 5 t

'I-. were tried on a push of two miles, when Kirk was too THE TERMS ARC: cases by applying this Ointment externally as directed cntllTeirectacare. The Pilkare aloaa easy t

,,' 4, fat to run one, and sustained himself well, coming out Tickets Matriculation Ticket, to be taken once, SI 00 it will give relief. And even in old people! who fectual remedy for the symptoa pre
: boti.the_ sme space between them as they started for the Full Course, 100 00 pains have been of longer standing, it will ease the the Asthma, and C.a'nLisa. For CO

Marian had the order-Kirk was then turned out and Ticket for Practical Anatomy, once only, 10 00 pain.To Coogbs ditEculty of Breatbing. tij itness aodiacrou '

: got vry fat, had no exercise but walked to water Diploma Fee, 10 00 ea captain and masters of vessels this ointment the chest, beeziag. pun ia the .ide. *F

'. ; twice per day, quite rough, when there was a match JOHN W. WILDE, President. mast be very valuable ia winter on our cct h beine I of bleed, ic. Few case can on or of any 0t. ,

made to ran him against J. Bullock's Slary, dash of a L. D. FORD, Sec'y. Board of Trustees. 'J very certain in iu effects on Cbiiblaias or parts aflect&1 I I' class of disorders in which the parcJuierof Dr. Rc'

mile, which be beat her with the utmost ease, under AUCTION SALES.-Thesnb crib rhatin ]ocii- Augusta. July 10, 1835. [July 18 8-49] with frost likewise pre vea its qolities in allcli Pills will not find a rich return for tbs J tridiBg ei[

: a pull, in good time. On training him the last season, in Tallahassee, proposes lo'do a gen Book Binding. males i.urr .IC

1'. he was taken with the culic, which I supposed would I eral commission business,regular sale days,Tuesday A large mass of testimony proving the value of Ibis O":: None are genuine unless siud o thC OIL

1 kili him for nearly twelve hours in spite of all alien. Saturday. JNO. BALDWIN respectfully informs his freni: moat excellent medicine will be abewn to those who printed wrapper.,by thekoie prupneDr. Ttnmediale KIDD
He will also attend to administrator and the public in general thai he has wbb further informaUon Dr* Hers T. '
f lion and n4caI assistance. And I know when be othersales recommenced on applicalion to successor to the late Dr.\\ CuWr

., run be was ia no order, end was held ia by the rider in the county. ROBERT J. HACKLEY. Book Binding in this city, in the store/ oir tons orb any of bis authorized agents. For sale at hu Counting Room o'er %O. '

: Kirk, and Slazy run on a he.ayy course little over March 23d 1833. 33if occupied by James 8.-Lynn Esq. All orders for bind I- The above medicine aid bj special appointment of Street near Concert Hall Boston siw at' b 11U

I have iL N. B. Inttnunents'of with ing will be executed with neatness and despatch. Old the patentee and warranted genuine. E. B. ) .4
: ti1e-Tiine 2m. 1 see. The colt ofKirk'a writing executed neatness books re-bound appointment, bj FE1.IS(1'
geI to any pattern required. E. B. PERKINS. DRCCCIST.27if. 1
be hs ( ad despatch by RIACKLEY.
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: very promising., u orii3, large ljkly Tallahassee, March 7ia 3Q-if J TallhseoJnwiry lc I1. I T1Jassee, FebrnirrlS, w"'*

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