The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: September 26, 1835
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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AT LAW. we got 1262 doRars. Crensbaw said fee fa evr-

&t ATTORNEY his residence. THE" of a place to bide him, and gatMrH him ender :

'i'.1lah1y-Oce _18:45. 30tf the arms, and me by his feet, imilcoiwnr-P

-JIITEL B.: STEPHENS: ed him to a deep crevice ir the brn-r of tm

at Latc.AS10C&ttd I'_ precipice, and tumbled him into it-he went I :
dttornty "LAIS : out of sight. We then tumbled into his' sad- *
himselfinQ.uinC, Ga.dsden County } ,; NQUS FAlKE. '
a.nd will practice ill the Court of Ap- 7': die and took his hors with:us, trlich tras It 1
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Gadsden, Leon and I __ worth 200 dollars. -
supt"riorCourts I II :i 1D1.t WWQ ,W Q Q t! W4 lSlsmmsj'J JUPt!mmmm aii

$U CoguesJWL2 SMycar.JAMESMTSCOTT: tNJi Q 7ILZe4'flh v- On another occasion, be bad. pre raiiad on 1 .

I Doct. Richard -- :-- -- an old negro man, his wife and ibm soaK to t .

Blount A CARD. run off with him to Texas, where he promised I

ATTORNEY .9T LAW.U tenders his professional services to HAVING learnt that some insinuaiions have been them freedom on condition they would work :
himself Monticello, Jefferson -a"e citizens:: of St. Marks, and the probably wi'h| the design to injure us) THE TIME TO WOO. ;
located S for him While
the Mia
his ser- surrounding county. He may always that our firm is in favor of the. cause Abolition we one year. descending -
professional ;
County, Flondltenders of the Territory Keneralty. He i iTires be found at his office when not professionally hereby openly declare that such ftssfeitiors are false Go, when the smile of gladness sis ippi, the old maa became suspicious that _

: nhc!; CitizenS the Courts of the Counties of Leon, I eo St.\gf'd.Marks and utterly unfounded; and we pledge otirflves that Is sporting on her lip, we were going to sell them, and become quite ;
in 24ih
,jlpractice' Gads' en, nnd the Courts o! Thomas I July, 1835. 50if. nil the members of our house are entirely opposed in When love, despite of sadness, contrary. We aw it would not dc to bare I l' ..
Jefferso" no He olso tenders his services SIX menths after date, application will be made to principle, to the views .fthe Abolitionm*; regarding The
i a:ridL*nds,mineral)& as a collector, and plodces himI I honorable the Judge of the County Court for tIns a-ritalion. of ihe slave qtiesion: and) interference honey dews will sip : him with u* ; so we landed one
person!in tuilit ,. and attention. Office in Mon. the county of Gadsden, for Letters of"ismi ory on in the rights of lhe SoutUrn Slave Holders, as inexpedient Go, when the sun declineth side of an island, and I requested bin to go t :
:It p.s to pun } the estate of John P. Neales, late of Gadsden county, unjust and pn-jmam with vils. TO ocean's liquid blue- with me round the point of the bland and Jwzet. .

3ce 20 (Ic,-tf(4TT0n.r'r) dec'd.ftuincy June 1st, W.1S35.D.43-6m HARRISON, Adm'r. BAILEY, KEELOR 125 Pearl.strtetrAev L RF. lSEN York., Go, when tho pale moon shineth a good place to catch some fish. Mler we

S J. ADAMS Anjrusl 15, 1-35. 4-3fn ; On Emily and you. were obscured from our company i shot him J -
( .iT 1..2W,) NOTICE. Go, when the maid is hushing through the bead, and .then ripfed open bia t

Qrincrfd from OuiiKy App.nlAchirollBy.! The swelling of the heart belly, and tnrnbted him into the river I returned *
attend the Courts held) at thelv h.::' IX weeks after date, application will be made to -
It will repuUrly to and informed hea that
Go when the my company ;
Hr the Honorable-he! maid is
and Mnrianna ; and tlie animal: term Judge of the County Courtof blushing-
B at Quincy of Arrt Is.\tTaUaha"oI((,. Letters adeatohim. Leon c unty, for Levers of Administration on Go, when the tear-drops start ; the old negro had tumbled into tho'liver, and

or ie; court post paid, will be attended to. the estate of Harris Rurney,decd, lateol said county. Go, when the dote is cooing that he never came up after he went down. t

drt FtbruaTY7' 1831. I (;tfl) _ _ Sept. 5, 1835-. 4-6w SIMON: TAYLOR. And yet I dare not say, ; While in New Orleans, he got in K ith a rich .

i -- -TTtR 1). NOTICE. :But after all your wooing,: young Kentuckian and cVssoyed lam off to *

I HAftlLIN V. SHELL, SIX weeks after date, I will apply to the Judge of The answer! may be NAT. spot where he had stationed some of nts gang. .

n L.W, .iP.il.icmcoL.1, FlQ.Wi11 County Court of Leon rounty, for Letters of -- - ----;;- I They were surrounded and robbed fall] their
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JTTOR.VEl"attend to bnsiness confided ',0 him with iuJus- meeting for 1835, will commence on I Administration upon all the Goods and Chattels, ma&)< t. --- money. He says <* the Kentuckiau"' MC? so
( De. 21st' 19tfRdtrtnmBEiCILIRESu.dJAS. December 15th, and continue 5 days.I Rights :and Credits, which were of the estate of John mad, that he cursed the whole city, Ilnd wished .
D. WESTPOTT 1st Day-A Sweep-Stakes for 3 year old Colts and Mclver, deceased, left uiMdministered by Hannah A. MUREL-THE GREAT WESTERN the whole city might be deluged i i a floodof
Fillies, 3 mile heats "subscription $300--forfeit $100. deceased, late Administratrix ofthe eg'ate of LAND
Jr., F.sWires.P := __ said Mcl vcr. ALEX. PIRATE.The water as soon as he left the place. I wcn4
2jnfn c K Te close 30th Sept. and name the day before the l ace McIVER.
entered into Copartnership by 4 o'clock, p. M. Seplenibrr 5, 1835 4-6w adventures of this individual are truly to my friends the next morning and got my

lIE subscribers under have the firm.fJNO. Mir 4. PUrMm. 2d Day-A Post-Stakes free for any Horse, Mare, NOTICE. of the most startling and unprecedented char share of the spoil money, and my poket: book
thi! day the Commls-"lOn &. Storgc: I3iisi..v. or, Gelding in the United States, 4 mile heats. Subscription acter. 'that I had been robbed of." The following
They ",ill :l.ttcnd LO $000-forfeit $100. To close 30th weeks after date, we shall apply to the County
C' tlLI.Elt, September SIX We have just perused the is
containing paragraph to
of Leon for pamphlet revolting our nature.
County, of Administration -
the -
t.S. G. PUTNA1.Rfrrto nnd name day before the Race by 4 o'clock,
r. on the Estate of JOSEPH LAnD, deceased, late his disclosures to a supposed confederate, I collected all my friends about New Orleans

Taylor, Crarlcstor, M.3d Day-Jocky Club Pursc 8300, 2 mile heatsEntrance" of said County. (Mr. Virgil A. Stewart) in which the reader i is at one of our friend's house in that
>1PS( s.Chisohn ** : $2':;. JOHN I1AMLIN, let into the mysteries and secret of place and wo set in council three beforo
] history
r Mr.Wm. '1tn: r,an' j Tallahassee.JP. Club Purse rA TH. HAMLIN. one days
4tb Day-Jrwlvy $600 3 mile heats-
Cet : !tJsn, S SMrFm. J'ntrar.cc $50. september 5, 1635. 4-6w of the most extensive, daring, and well disciplined we got all our plans: to our notion ; we theo

Cellln 'ti r'ltI Pdi 4J.im r iucid. 5th Day-Proprietor's Purse $300, mile heats- band of robbers that ever infested the determined to undertake the rebellion every
:;:1., 1S3.
t '1ILfk1W : Entrance j.JCJ NOTICE bosom of this or other hazard and
3 b-st in S2. any country. make as many friends as we co.kS j
NOTICE.TfcIf Subscriptions to either of the above Slake, I=' HEREBY GIVEN, to all the parties concerned JOHN A. MUREL is the chief organiser!' and for that purpose. Every man's business being .
hc received for raking :a rf\r (' ran be made by letter addressed to thc Proprietor at that fpur weeks after dale
tPOS:\I.S "ill we shall apply to Great Spirit of this lawless band which assigned him I started Natchez
to foot
Oak Timber \\huh w\o thrown into ute Tallahassee: Hnytiri*' before thc 30ih September next. the Judge of the County Court of Gadsdcn County, by on ,
!IlTvcr St. Marks some years ago to preven; .czllrc of TI1O. BROWN, Se.'r} & Proprietor. for an order to sell all the Real Estate belonging to indefatigable exertion, zeal, and ability,he has having sold my horse in New Orleans with ,

fit': v(i>rl trAHJ-p'irtmj' ; it. July 24th. 1*35. f,0tf.Middle Hosealtter! late GaMsden county, docc.tsed.J.H. been able gather together from all parts of the intention stealing another afte I start

t ? App'-y ai the ofib: (If the ApaUchicola! : Land Dilricl-Lcon Superior Court., WILDER. J the country and put in motion to servo his ed. I walked four days and no o[ portunity

(V Tf\lI\h\1e: : (' -JoncCih.I3if! JhnnI'.J 011 nJ1I: ) WM. WIL13KR( j'Wlfir5- villainous and nefarious purposes. His confederates offered for me to get a horse. The fifth day .
5 1S35.
NOTICE! September 4-1 wNOTICE.
Term If Gadsden County VS. > ATTACHMENT.SlmdrnrkAlliinson are scattered all over every slaveholding about twelve o'clock I had become very tired,
the next January ) { State, and number in all about and stopped &t creek to I
AT Ciuiri, the t1uJefSiII' ( ], Elxccutors of the last 'I HE Defendant and' nil others interrstr'Jjnre hereby one a get some 'vater and
{ \\'t\\\\ aiul' Testament uf Col. Owen Fillyaw, deed., notified that the above stated case has: been ill li- ALL persons" having clni'ns against the estate of thousand strong. They consist of two classes, rest a tittle. W hile 1Va sitting xi & log ,

1 r-'l 1 firt-scnt thrir accounts and vouchers for.settlement uued, that Attachment has been isaued and thm theyare T. 'ViHison, de.'d. are htrtby notified fint.U members of grand council," or robbers looking down the road the way I hac come B (

."-i I. s..iJ oUtP, and rrflV to 'he discharged thcrirom.L : : hereby required to nppnar and plfHd to the Occl.ir.xtion topics'*rit them to the .,uS scriber.,authenticated: according of the first order, and secondly, the strikers, or man came in sight riding a good lool.in) -hors(! ..
D. MEACIIAM: ) EX'r.5. !: according to the statute in such case nude to law: or WC -:lme will :: barred.
w. HARRISON.. ) and \'iJcd. Sept. 5th, W35.: THO. BROWN .1d7Jl'r. me.nsters not let into the full secrets of the The very moment I saw him I was determin.
44-Cm pr ----.--- --- leaders, but kept as more cat do ed to have his horse if he in
n, "lt'nC"x June 5 LEIGH READ, Att'y. for Pl'ff. : paw to the was the garb of a
:i .X. (}ICE. Aucn\t; 1, 51.tfiULlCE. ADlIISTltATOH'S: NOTICES dirty work and stand in tho passes of danger. traveler. I rose from my seat aud draw ao
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I. T tW next January Term of Ga sdr.n County ---- -- -. I i ,and\ monJis vouchers after for ila.c final, I settlement shall present, and my accounts to There are about 400 of the first, and 600 of elegant rifle pistol on him, and 01 del td him to '

1 Curt, tilt umk'rsipneil! : Administrator of the cs- SIX weeks after date, I shall' apply to the Ho.ior-I the II-in. Judge of the County Court of Leon apply County, th' latter claas-they have a grand place of dismount. Ho done so, and I took his horso -

Ute of Benjimin Chappell for,settlement dec'd, will with present said: esuc his. the County Court of Leon County, for Let for a discharg'. from the Administrate.hip of thc Estate confederacy somewhere in Arkansas where by the bridle rind pointed down the i reek and
atid'iuiiers Administration the F.statcofionN T. JOHNSON
Av: urts ters on -
James Hughes deceased. the "
,nnJ priy: to bo thirharg",} therefrom.W. late of said County. deceased.CATHARINE. HENRY, P. SIMMONS[ .qj7',. mystic councils" are held. They arc ordered him to walk before me. V'e went ft
FLAKE, Allm'r.TRlh.uwrl' JOHNSON. September 5, 1 1335 4-Gw bound together by the most awful and caiholy few hundred yards and stopped. I hitched :

\ ,1 unr. I 17, J lS3j. 45-Cm.( __August! 1 _. 5I-Cm ties, and act in perfect concert, by means of his horse, then made him undress h mself all

TEN DOLLARS,; REWARD.R TEXAS EAST FLORIDA RAIL ROAD COM- signs and tokens received from"'tho daring individual to his shirt and drawers and orderei him to

ANAWAY on the 8th inst. a Negro I PANY. under whose influence they mov .- turn his back to me. He said if y DU are do
Man by the name of DICK, about AOV LANDS FOR ,' qLE. OTICE : that of Men holding high places in and here- termincd to kill let have
'ftrsf rotr.nion size, slender huilLPiclv | f hereby given, a meeting the society, me me tim > to pray
IMS ri'iiurliablc pit of \\bite hr.ir 01'tetol'"fhishrllL THE subscriber having purchased aQJ itJJ r Jnl Stockholders. ofihe East Florida Railroad Compa- i I tofore: unsuspected, arc the secret instigatois before 1 die.' I told him 1 had no time to .
dollar. of LAND, lying upon the Weiui h. will h. hoiden at the oflice of SAMUEL L. LEWIS No.I .
altuutthc size of n of the hear
gang-and their ultimate object is him lIe turned round and
a pray. doppei
the of Red River, in Texas and having in po; esMun, Coin.iierci.il wh.irf, in the City uf Boston, on the
The said: NCJ Jours() was ftrniuly and it is simpos4-dhc pro pen\ confirmed and duly authenticated titles of the same Jtli; of October next, Iri35, for the purpose of organizing liberation of the shvesraassacre of ihe whites upon his knees, and I shot him through the

_el_il_'_HI LitUelicrry Quincy or iilountsio\vnon! thc A!)|jalachMI from the :Mexican Government, will be in Tallahassee said Company, by choosing: Directors, and trans j and plunder of the whole South. head. I ripped open his belly and took out .

.', : Thc above reward will be paid on his bcinjr in September next, when and where he will dispose acting such other business as may come before s-aid Some time in January, 1834 two negro his entrails, au4 sunk him in the creek. I
,* the Oc.ckncy. !; of a part! of the fame upon liwral! and reasonable : m e.t.c1fP. SAM'L.S.: LEWIS, )
I'uucdis :any j.ul, filtered tt ni on JoiiNHENSSHAW ? men were s laJ&om a Rev. Mr. Henning, searched his pockets and found four hundred
t< rm!; >
.. Madison County Tenn. Mute had become and one dollars: and and
.tfSX.k' To those who nre informed of the exceeding richness DAVIDIIENSHAW1 thirty-seven cer t a
A u22 -
; __ of the Red River lands it is J. B. DANFORTH J- character his number of that I
in.vile and fertility unnecessary } a surspiefous [ then preten- papers did not take time to
'IIo.JI.ll.! t'rd3.tpph: Mt: hi- J'ld' ; :c,1l.JlIn i-f tl.o will County be Court to j to s/vy any thing. But to those who are uninformed STEPHEN WHITE, ] ded home was in Madison county and had a examine. 1 sunk the pocket boot papers,
: I and have referred .
of this not to J 19. 46wNOTKE.
country, Aug.
L/itrrs All11l1.istrativu short tirno been tried and his hat in the creek."
cf Ja.kt'm' roun'y) fir ot on I the Map fur its particular location, I will say, these previous a similar
:!i.e En&tc: of RivlardL.' Wa: :!!">n, l.iti of aid; e
::v,deed. S A M'L. 1.. SuLO.MON.A'lCiK to the ercat City of New Orleans-that they are weeks after date, I will apply to the Judge ol ascertained that he had left home for some inhuman arc recorded, but we have !not room
_l"i sinned between the iUd rnd 34th degrees of North SIX County Court of Jefferson county for Let- pface on the Mississippi river-and pursuitwas from them. The pamphlet is iiitoniely interesting -
NOTICE.AN Latitude in thr of Petit Gulph, which is con-
same: ters of Adminisirati n upon the unsct'led esate: ot immediately made Mr. V. A. Stewart throughout and will be read all.-'
Directors ofth Chit&tnJ bider Hl tic best Cotton of the whole Globe l by a by
Election for the UtTtCfrs and < : u-gion: all the Goods and Chattels, Rights & Credits, which .
;(. St All I!r<'w's Bay Canal; Company, will that they t arc as! rich as unv lands upon thc face of were of the estate: of James Brooks, dec'd, of said whom Murel had nevrr seen and wouldnot Tho recent contemplated; insurrection in Mis-

klildlt: the(I .ce.of.\UCI. Bu'h,in I the Town ot'Mari6Mi : the earth: nnd extending fiom the river back for county. SIMON TAYLOR. suspect. Stewart came up with him, remained fissipp, of which we publish an acco JUt in an.
,Jacks ii] ctiunty, on thc first d.iy of No"crllbelcxt complement to a well watered, healthy/ and generally I Sept. 5th, 1835. 4-6w incognito--became very familiar- other column, has been hastened bMurePa:
,-of whch, th Stockholders! will take notice.A Prairie country of cxcttding ftrility-that these .
overflow those down LEON SUPERIOR COURT. spoke of tho abundant thieving in the country, confinement, and the publication of this dis
funlifr\ payment'; of five per c< nt. on each hare lands are not ubjert to : ow
a rcquimlto' be made: on or before' that tJ.\}'. in LOU<:IlIIOI\-tl.n.t in 'ht lu-i;.:''iboi[!>.. of these KIDDAR M MOORE, ) In Assumpsit. Attachment SKIt reproachfully, but with perfect justification closure. A list of about roar hundred names

Cy order of the Beard' ol Directnre. lands: 2iOO to 300U lijs. of seed cotton TIOI'IJIIC-, t"$. > for $100, 71 cents, issued -and at length succeeded in inducmg )lure) i is here published, among them Cotton, Saun.

1)V.. HOIINE, Sccretar}". conimon: to be reared: to the acre. A* .. :V'u"f :SHADRACK; ATKINSON ) August 29th, 1835.rI' to believe him a rare fellow," and fit instrument dent, Phelps, Blake, and others executed in
July 22 J. '1215: !502msMercliant; the value of these lands, those upon ':. -*aueW1 : .')J\I' lIE!: defendant, and all others interested will i
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of the" the U ullell' n.: tate .. : uut ; -- .. .. _.c .i. : _. ..:. .... .i r for his purposes. The result was disclosures Mississippi.
river In -unng JB IUKC iw utw "i IHU iTi-Hiiuucjo 01 S.T.KI sun, ana Of
Tailor, the width of the river between, (11"> -,. -a frum $'2U I the i issuing of said Attarhmr-nt; and if:-it they appear at which Stewart seemed to take-
Thrtt doors north of the Planters IIotl.I to S40 per acre.Vliwi: these factht; '.../:', togetli.cr and pl'nd to the declaration filed in twin! rase, according untill! full confidence was given, Stewart was NEWS FROM: THE 1100NA consul

I 13.I C1RGLI, icbpectfully! infuuns thc public that with the confidently anticipate'1 ceT.sif that country to thc statute in such case in.ide and provided.J. esteemed a promising disciple. taken to the male lloa .-The Sun, one of the
\. lie has just received general supply of coodstunable soon lo t'; c United State' ... \\jil l jc Hin.IIILSSin ; D. WE TCOTT, Jr. penny pn- )
: to every branch of his profession, consisting our very citizens in not at once *,pcariny, ("or I paliry Attorney of PlainthT.Ao mystic council," let into a full history, &c. pcrs in this city, has been regailing I is; readersfor : ;

ia part of Blue: Bl.uk, Mixed, Green, Inusiblc Green, sum, lands vrhizh are and will be jrtb counties: ,! st 29, 1935. '.1.'* 4-3m When they returned Stewart immediately had several days past, with what purports to bo
Drake neck Green, nnd Brown Broadcloths, striped thousands. Murel arrested and hold hi custody.It extracts from tho Edinburgh Jrurnal of
Drn ,La'rlldcr nnd Tea coloured CaMincrcs: Vc&li"s of the above lands the su'iNCiibcr' hasa NOTICE.
Independent Science marvel.
from Murel'd disclosures that ; giving an account sundry .
4-t. AH of which \\ill be made: to or er. Ladies connection in that 1 appears '
influential isheto
strong and conntry f W'j H E subscriber \\ : srll, or lease, for a cer-
: dresses and doiks fnade in faihi jnablcrvle. he i ilJ native of Middle Tennessee that OU3 discoveries in the moon represented to
ding the most which will afford him mtraus! of procuring.nd furnishing i. M. uin term of years, the place where he now re- a --
good land titles, which few if any possess. sides. If sold! indisputable! lilIes will be made, and taught by hi- mother, when a child, lo pilfer have been made by Sir J. Herchvl, luring his '".
that in prtscntin* Lir.1sdf to the public he simply slates THO. JEFF GREEN. pu?* no work shall leave his shop without the entire August IS l-tf by thc first day of November. There is 240 Acres of villain and notoriousin Hope. From the manner in which the article
WUsJacuon of the an accomplished was so
owner, and warrants his cutting
about 120 cleared -his house is situated immediately
tqutopkikdljja or New York. He will use Five Hundred Dollar! Reward. Laud. -,t the Cross Roads;; from Tallthassi-e to St.- neighborhood of his birth for acts of has been presented by the Sun, aided by sun-

t ery endeavor! to please every one that patronisesaud HEREAS a most atrocious murder v-'s com- Augustine, and fiom Mcnliceilo to St. !Marks! and 12 rascality, that he found it tonvenient to fix dry editorial paragraphs, a great many honest
see l.flnl is he is a permanent resident of Tallahas- milled upon th: body of my son, LITILE- miles Tallahassee ; a good Dwelling House, with his ostensible residence the then new and people have been gulled into the I clief' that ,
,identified solely wulj its interest he asks the BRYAN the 19th or 20th day of February, in
sup- toN on out buddus. &.c., and an excellent stand for a Pub- such discoveries
,ort of unsettled wilds of the Western District wherehe been actually ;
\lUR thin
people. thc year 1831, by JOHN Bf-; Y. a ('JtiZChI lic House.--Apply to the subscriber, on the premises. "
. March-14 !i i1 I of Florida: And, whereas, the Governor of the Territory The terms will be accommodaiing. could more securely matare lila plans, and among the rest the respectalle Daily, .

Jackson -Superior Court. of Florida did thereafter issue his Proclamation JOHN BLOCKER. make prosylites, maraud the country, and runoff and Merchantilc Advertiser, each )f whom '

!\atbl.nid: S. GnswolJ 1 offering a reward of $200 for the apprehensionof September, 1285. 6-Sw property. Here he lived until outwitted by besides copying so much of the article as they : .. '
that he be
said in order might brought:
tad Bcmbry,
Horace L Sill', justice: And whereas the said John Bembry has not MARSHAL'S SALE. Ste wart, successfully prosecuting his nefarious could get in typo for yesterday's paper) have I

hmuel Stowcrs.ts. I 13 I I yet been apprehended, and It now lurking and concealing I virfie of a writ o!' Fieri Facias to me directed designs, taking long, secret, and mysterious i honored it with a paragraph expressing unbounded :

S&MUEL STO'E and all other I himself in the States of Georgia or Alabama, I BY 1 hall cxpuse at public sale before the exertions over the country, and leagued with admiration at the discoveri it anuounces. > .

JT imrtsted, are hereby notified that a petition persons :, I hereby offer, sides the $200 offered''be by thc Governor door (If the Court House in the City of Tallahasseeon every villain he could find and manage in the They may however, decDnd from .;
J" Ja day filed by Nathaniel. S. Griswold and 11. the above reward of $500, 10 pid to any the first Sannday in October next, all the right their There is
and lofty flight. no doub. but the
will contemplated massacre plunder a- i
: l to foredose person or persons who apprehend Bcmbry title, claim, and interest, of the Estate of Davis great
: to we \\m. Brooks a Mortgage Riven by said Stowcrs and lodge him in Leon County jail, Florida. Floyd, deed., now in 'he hands of bis Executor r"enj. bove alluded to. I article was manufactured in this country, and
by1im assigned on th 3d uf January 1833, and Said Bembry is about 5 feet 6 inches high, portly Chaires and Betsey Floyd, his; Executrix. The W } that Belongs to the same' school a a Robinson -
to said Griswold and Sill,on the IClh His adventures in these excursions
tJLfluary, 1835 the is the built, and rather chunky-dark skin and eyes, with aheavy of the N W 1 of sec 3, the E 1 of the N E J of sec. are Crusoe and Gullivar's Travels. Never.theleswecopyit .
"wtjr.ttt, : Lots; No.mortgage on fol1o"lng down look, and cry dark and heavy beard. 8, T. 1, R. 1, S 4- E, containing 200 acres, more or full incidents, any of which are enough to .
Lnd det.1 finatcd 81 and b2, 77 and 80, known He will be drinking and frolicking whenever he can less. Levied on as the property belonging to said make the blood run cold in the veins of all ; or so much of I it as has. .
as such
1a1t.a,and County of Jackson.on the Map or Plan of Mari- get liquor. He is about 40 years of age and very Estate, to satisfy a Mortgage in favor of Green who are not lost to the feelings of humanity. been published in the Sun, as it is cleverly. .

G. S. HAWKINS Att'y.for unpiincipled in his disposition. Chaires. Sale will take place within the usual hoursT. Take the which select at done, and by reason of its pretentiora to authenticity :
MOSES BRYAN. following, we ran- .
SL! 5Maf4m Griswold 4Sill. has excited a great deal of attention '
52-tf dom from the .
August 8 Aug. 29 3-td l By A. A. Fisher, D. M. pamphlet.
NOTICE.: N.-B.-The Southern Recorder, (Gco.) the Montgomery and remark. We must however say, that: '::
S Ltmonth rdatcl shall submit my accounts Journal, (Ala.) the Mobile Comm. Advertiser COT'1 ON! COTTON! COTTON!!! "I bad been acquainted with some old in our humble opinion, it is nuking suite; freu .....

dtr.ryktpitt5 o.oud.r. as Adminisimirix of the Estate of (Ala.) the Columbia Telescope, (S. C.) and the suhscriber will make liberal advances on the hands for a lung time, who had given me the with public confidence, thus to publu b as :
cowl deecj to the IIon' the County Raleigh Star. (N. C.) will please give the above three THE article, to be shipped to Liverpool, New names of some royal fellows between Nashville and as copied from scientific genuine
01 Leon County, and apply for a dischare. insertions and forward their bills to this office for York, or Charleston, and will purchase at the highest and Savannah, in the Stale of Georgia, of character a periodical :t

1",1" IB'\.. ELIZA A. nRUCE, Adml'x. payment._________________ market price. R. II. BERRY. and other ] and fellow high to which the pt.blic haveHO f:
-.l.: -'183J.---. 49-Gm. : PROCLAMATION, August23 32wP. many places. Myself a access, that which is only an ngenious '
NOTICE:---- By GEORGE K. WALKER, Secretary, and Act- 8.-He is 'now expecting per Brigs Statiha, by the name Grenshaw, gathered four good I counterfeit, and still more objection ble is to
Somerset and CoL Crocket, from New York, and horses and started for Georgia. We in !
!Cofnlxt got | the "
January fortify
Term of Gadsden deception editorial remarks
County ing Governor of Florida. the Schr. United Slates, from Charleston, a genera by a- I 1::
with Carolinian
u .tCuurt rttr.IX of the undersigned Administrator and Ad- an Election was held on the first assortment of Merchandize, consisting of Bagging company a just as we mounting to positive assertion. [N. Y. Juui. .
lale fit & d estate will of Frwieii A. Cash, dec'd, WHEREAS in May, 1835, for the election of a Rope, Groceries, Dry Goods, Hardware, Crockery&c. got to Cumberland mountain, and Crenshawsoon Com. :f
A. .s for county S&ttlement, present their Vouchers and Delegate to the next Congress of the United States, which he will dispose of very low upon the usua knew aU about his business. He bad ; !t. ,
t.e tberefrom.with saide8taie, and pray to I'I'ged for the Territory Florida; and whereas at said election credit. been to Tennessee to buy a drove of Hogs, i 1
J'SErn M. WHIT received a greater number MICHIGAN..--The Legislative Council
1 1I
HARRIET A. JARRETT Adm'x. the NOTICE. but when he cot there, pork was dearer than .
of votes than other as appears by i have made
ISAAC JARJtOTTAdm'r. legally any made to me: be sold on the 1st of October next at pub he calculated, and be declined purchasing.We .- I an appropriation of three hundred
ryluly 15,1835. SO-Cms returns of Uw 1 do WILL auction in the city of Tallahassee, the and fifteen thousand dollars the
- Now, therefore, in pursuance hereby concluded he was a prize. Crenshaw to meet expenses ...

W ALL ij1Jersons C )nccr NOTIC,,e4 will E.take notice that Jane proclaim the from said this Joseph Territory M. White to the,next duly Congress elected the of of following at private described sale) lands viz.:: the(if E.not i of previously N. E. J,disposed 6- c. 12, winked at me } I understood his idea. Cren- should theie be any arising oat of the .

;tht.Hester toterulo.. and Administratrix of Mat- the Delegate United States. Given under my hand this 28th Township 1, Rangr8.. & W. The W. I of N. E. shaw had traveled the road before ; on the I conflict with Ohio.A !;.

1 : ,.Ia.te ofGadsden county, deed. will pre- day Aurust, A. D. 1835. 1. Sec. 12, T. 1, Raft, S.-.& W., and the W. i of N. mountain be asked me for my whip, which STATS I -04(1
)n\ht\ fl rst uon to the Superior Court of said county. (r3-3w] p. K. WALKER. W. J, Sec. 7, '}'. iRa' 1S.4-E. had a pound of lead in the butt ; I handed it Convention, as it is called: ofVan
Pond day TlTerra'for a wriit assign allot The above 'ands lies within one and a half miles of Burenites, have nominated S. ,\ Mason
let GINS him aK he rode the side of the
&Qt1 to her, portion of the alavu and BOATWRIGHT'S Tallahassee and will be sold on the following Condi- up by I'
I.e Jf. which her said: husband diod poMeuwluch per- FEW of this CcUkrcttd Article for Bale, (of 50 tious, viz: Five hundred dollars cub, Che balance a- South Carolinian, and gave !him a blow on the ((21 years old last October) for Governor, E. '

I: IItir she shall be entitled according to A Saws each) by the subscriber, if applied for im 12 months credid, with approted note bearing interest head, a&4 tumbled him from his: horse. We MundyLient. Gov. aad.J. E. Craq fox Con. I Il
i... J. D. WE9TCOTT Junior BENJ. BYIW.MagnoLis5 from day of sMe. R. PRfSH.AuuI15. .
I ,.Td%19 mediately. I lit fom'0tU horsest and ngere4 his pockets great.w. .
3-1 *2ti 14 j. _
.- Au',. for fctitincr. Septi 5, 1835. __ I l



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: te,Yers of Lud ia< ,. ParsHa.. itooaaj are very And yet-under total Deci\ of thc+r O" TJ haute, qa i tsSoO ia any pwartbfc *bape k may arise, stst.. ,
I rrvms but tin es' azEzd that his Hie cf Lary sad tittr t
are eare taLrrt:
hex sef-tjrled! Phil *t5 at the North without assistance from oar northern *
R be saved. Oatcfe | supplicating sncr. eor*.$ L* : e uszrcf 8
may : t persons earned to m *s* > hC (t/e Htr t :3 1 l. j/0nir rt. 1l have ;:adtro am presume to invade -thej would friends. itt1 rCQY.i !: ee < cjS.JT; &c&c. i.
hrs; tlae.tt toa* !! ls'M -
j-i !
1t'11aib3n. have believe tir kind :1 Resolved; & : m 1?' fc
too V neat That the gratwtoos manly spirit ijr; f Tr
t At tto-be jrvoaseet :the, explosion took p.eCt. ihe? never flowed in Sf .j* t it i- of the Resolusions published at the ** Ycvn? r j ari R *cJaticas L Tr s rrt*=&*
King !cci&ed sJrhty on oct site to rvccive j Pr
l lI' !; oblv le fc .Mcnf : dc-serres our xz:t.
rxxitwn. to uod i t'ic '* and .Metlinz3' in PhJaiiepiia, T-e e=r-Ti-e lir-a.-ji if tLfrr s' 1

r T t DJi'e eBrv ie reccr.x-d a bulxt thruc o ha-pcnxy calcub i u. con- 1 warmest gratitude. bj at Ai :Jtlrr.ts is tU
, !ttrnrnfhistsh :,+: :;i4 : 'kt6
: tta.
fn Pan tfxr eluded bj offcii of the ResGl Tect. That in general, we respectfully } rkns oi our c&uzlrr cf a++It3. Tiri ,
MJ i "ii, a gmr.d dnrv rr ra* .vcr; t>ti.tim yes;, tns ;,
: the f Resoiutioos tender Nonber friends our thanks for :U GSCl1L:+: :, lL3
at tf>e Tuu-crses al whtch"a.i the Aatas ad<->r> assembly to our : a 1.burr

I anti Fi>re g7i )llnl=ten were present. At dtarl-er. : which were ui... rred. their very temperate resolutions upon the subjjvit rr e SD a ycrr. c. '- -r's.cth '.:! : '
anJ t! ,,Kit '.le the K di. -
rou n,
evcr.ing ; pjytdtre
; \\bercas, there is at resent nsuhaneou-s j of "trvnediaU emancipation ;" al the We cr.s.t1r: tL Si.- ur .
utn jt ca.rutc**. He fr--t;L'CL.t exfvoJ.. r ID.T 1F1.ra.t trruirc
t I i n afftctVi! te; is, n re-rrei at tr( Jc-aih of Mar ind universal excittnit- thioughuut the slave |I >ar..e time we must in candor say, we will be- f:: !: 1'.4s ui ro1 cf Li.vai.e ttr J

r t! A great number of Mavors and Deputx a: 'it: t 1+,tA! 1,.C laic.f._, 1t.w r.7' tlar .
f Ar.d t. he re as. in uu -.erous nitftinji.he'.d; | t when they shall refuse for their r lj
Mayors of the GrTO'jndifrarfat afceiubltd! ODTuesdav
: therein, a S'.nrrjl csprtSIOH of r' .Sllc feei! jr j threat city: which diaw! 's her hundred millions j t..1 ef: Ae .r' rr"L:3i : V rt i t
alfpr! the rexie; aid signed an ad- i.e Wilt
'i.. ir.3
v ZLE ;
: dres-i to the Kn,: upon the ji/iec: of i*':..veris rccommcadtrd ; | per< annum upon Southern industry, to remain rsr itirr? i-r ett.t slat tTT> F r+_ry ii. t.c; "rT -?Tt,; i.era '.

i J' Tae Deputies remai :c= i" Pir+= i'a xev Tjtrfore.. >*e, the ptutde of Shell P .!nt, u. j| thtr. i Lbratory of our poison.I I ;:+. ;:y .7 aS.V lA !tl' : Y .. .r

to the Palace of the TuiSenewhen M. CX'I: !::> Ttrnto-y oJ Florida: in ineennafii !I -. KetoUed, That Rhrreathe circulation, or

f mot, a* Vice Prrsiden. adds c-+l the Ksti2, 1 Lied, letlms rr.o*.: se n-ioly the imp :: ;rice ct .i t5. crc'i a cr a'jtttinf the ciiculaticn o: isceo- r 1: r t | :o xvhicb ht3 Majey re r,!*e itin* f.r'Pi icv.Txv *''
th e ccc3-i u, cud hiun :.e: under t:e mrtt diary: abolition papers is a capital otience in j .
: '
+ I ani sFCrlt Uy; arT-cied wan :.he .r PM-sitiro: :> r r v
the Chtin'jcr .jerriessof ?iJ1''L1iflUtrlPtDi'tl'd, and resporrlbe! :"; lines the StJte cf Louisiana-therefore, we rec ra- t--. c v/.Jr-c* .: ; a : a- ;V .r ;< r.We .?- ?
} : : > : of
DepjUe- !c> :Tord r&o anew
of of our nature. ,uO put-lt-h lo ali concerned and !| merci to the Governor ot'fciid State to demand 1 L---t ir : - tes'.scioLy devotedne.h clan never j n: :o vri-c or. p.-iicjpt* Cad C i c'. 7,
l lot 5i2bt of an opportjf.il*. 41 provi-. tts c'- :be.torlJ.. O'-r open. tone-t: *r.d cn-Ji-gL-is-cc! i. cf; the Governor of New- York such coii: 'icuj tifxt

: : :Vct"a fr me arid my faiui'T. I tbsun y.j 5 uuintr.tTncrtfore-- ous person or persons as are known to Lc ..

for it. You sat H :: ruth"bv. !rad.ti : ? 51-scl.ed.; Tt2t the cv eatihly pcv.er.i"! t 'remo;t in this work of came and aeditic 3, so t ..ttut an j a- -- n-r ii.-- cm rv f*

are a day oicitr l sorrow. Ye. I h\e :n 'n'is ". oujht .' r'i the "
't -- c. to teccDisc in ;: question may be fairly tried 33 to f
p-rib bv tr.vrfe il.ustr.o'js Mar-U! d "*" ** ** t *-r '
an a:
a' t : stare Frf achmen." ? rt.nz u>:r. ihi-> #:.:jCt'. h. !.hf por-e; o; :vJ J :r4t ir liability under the law, as accessnrie- beto|j --rcf c.rcis.r..--* !:?.<>. -* .c-'jj -*, '- i.
; >
l, l The >luntejr sL, cf *: : ? 2.ti 1 rnri' ?. !ir. t-j.v nu''.' r <: the f3 .I. Nothing is clearer than that ,1 3t2' J.-o-r tr 'i' i c. w > "- ". j t k*,
contains Dro-binaion
'Y : a ar.d -i -t rr t< en c-ler ./r .- .
orrianar.ce to if e fou j.unn>-ct. The! F'ate-! ":ssen.LAt.d: ;u iraportar.' :- the qt-e t on. :L."ijfrjand" such othT person or oersons off :| < < ; ari-i... crexc. s. :: iz cr..ri r *aLsrfe.tr
for the -ebratioa! r-f JuSv* i .,3.hai not b- 'Di': 1 lu: c si.T-t-! Slate <>r T.-rtst f} when a !' 'tt ; :! s riey, nho ms;. have teen wii'ain the | "*'

cars::.'>'.-. A =ck-inn funeral! acrwcenail! be ? rrpertorn.fd .,, -,: of the peopV niiy, bz .n fa: or c! c- h::it? oi "iid itaie dyjrj .fcu<;ii circulation, is ::

; in !honor: of the v.cia: of lit c- nJ41; ),:_'::, iud et: ,! : (1V t. ; r1'rQ ti'n ;i.ul!'. u !icr the Cor.sit.loi of the L'nitcd \
err: of t1::= dav.*" root :V.- rsf-cr'r-i ir >Ta-...
=: -i.I uu"t_: :o L.vt a .CPlt iritC : :. touvh: de.T.-iud.
'I 1 hv: Governmh c c>rj j-c ih l onfu-

r -.1 rrc.csonh .l! 0- N-im'-d ;for all in* :h !.!._ o: tr- minority, for !j jliic i Pif-o'ved. That when the Con res- of the :" Iu Tiir>C 2.S _" _

vK'ifnof I'-1' *:ay. uvaJ! r-f taking j '-acerfT'ty. q :' -tfihin r} v- | Ur.if. i ves -t,3iretU i! e to pi--s sa-h: I li > i I a'Tircf i? 2'..-.. r >. -_ _\-. ,,- f '

: Tn<: Char.. jcr of P.-cr? had c lzr- olulicDtrv. to! pron.Uit the ciftu'ati&rj!' lrr'. ugu the I*. 5. "
dan a1 *::I i ?- c: e : ti: : .
?r j r ,
'tr .
minF':'f -J 2f' in ii"jrn: j for rhe dafrom' K' sfJve-J, Th : ih'' h-t-: -; v / Ti ir.ctnflmy matter, frut :+ rccI I e.v i" strcczf -* ._-. -i.. .T -

th-it of me fur> '3'y' / 'Li r.Ivhow I- ". r ** --i-i 1"i I i* >. *
: | HJ-- rfrn I Iti the secret iittir.r.. 'L-? Court of Pr= &f *
cr- : *:.+; sl! .tb-% t tPert cziti-ly! rin d: *. f l lriT it h'jhlv penal tor ar.P'.. i :
ter hc-i'ir.g tKr! qji-r r' of the Procur u.
:' G n!'rjJ. pfonuntfd u Jeciston '-rdenr.g a thf* shf-
; preliminary or.d ,uintt-d 'i'jt ddrnif :h't f V. ;Iu z. h-M.an jf.j a' Urr.p .*.--!, -' .:: > ! jnvc-ujTition ap, n <: 2--.r. cr v> : r c; i. : At *.$-. --j *-.., Iii.a I-
cornmtvee of ln\isig'i'K,nard aua connntc; -E'd the pe I":*' w* it e tSs nii>*- h 'crntf Re-.1.-: -. That \rc -ir.cerf.fy art; c-'r.J: + t <*; >*Jtr. 'i- .'.*.. Sii -. ? -. ? ---
t.fof ccharge.! .StJi s of :i.ii Union to v. >. :*. >LKVTS ; ;>' : C t* e i rrwj'j' d ar.>i [/',tr;' *icse*-* f Rt *j-I'--'C. Ti.oi xi.,* T* ,t-jr-._ t ; ... ,
Guv.i. tht1 a: s-a.il. 2 = V.-ited in the I' ri4. f f-ir Slvvr ihr :" Pr-- :. ? ;< *r tl2ri '
lfi.jr i; wtiJH'.I :!h : 1.1u f ir.-- Pt T'l. 'rr G.'ritr-ii i m r- .':r-rt to this -? ; _: -;
: M'"j--t2 rf.st of ;hc T. y :: f.t h iwe C".Vrn ti.+r, sirs- :. % or" Sia.jti
J ; i.r > L -c L. Goven.- : <, J---IT... : .* -r. .. -r c. .. -
: c'ji lurnj 11:1'l l- ''fail! kir.4and wa-s li.ore ,' i : u.e
: p i I the Y ntt7} ', mta fth < --S.v, u.-- ji. -: ". a !'. Nev* V> rk. >! -cw --- ie* -r u.e ; rar ;. -. ,
pnrt-cuJ-irlr cn_taz'-d ir: cSe. iu:.:: und rr p'i.rr.j:: : .*. > iloJs.. i. -r t *ct; W: ;:- :.; -
: !tiro arns, ar . u: ; ;k il5; ,'ved. Tin; .. -.ric rtlr ympath.- ?"i I orar l :-.- ':Te (.'viz. l ;v rJ; --L v.1

.1r MroiV.fr..?n. He vas know :: alto:. tiia cornp.nicr he 5Ut>*..:-:lk in hi* sU-nd the !:j-r'2 .'. .vtth hc d.j-i M-j-o t rhur Taprmn.} whose" r!!.i:::>c. :+ :.r r..Uia.rt v.* .l j.-* iT-r: -r- i., ,t.t.vr. .
.=: i- -i.i i.jiie .: a :ur-"j -i. .; -,. aid
nfrt-iin lezitri.i-t opinionar.tjy nc-/vc-dt Thit H'Li'-vr-r m: Lt- ih% uh 'dv .iL '
; ; '- 2H-: i.n.r: -J-d ii-aporoSjfj. n o! par,j i It : ne ia.1 -jr.rzr ..25Rwl.ol -

wrt= c-.fn be! c-.ed th it! he received a j-tr.;' : nfjvin -i f Ti!= r't.t :,, 1. ,: : COt ,t ;,r. ?o r ''..ir.rr'aa i ,[Letn der.C'T ; TLa: n l ,i.r : r ''ar or. ?r'ier arrc -
I j the Dachc ?*; ofn.'. ..:tie. He ;- c-C< ,
m tipr( <:;'areu !.j .-..C'th Ittl, %t.V :. itrQ! 2.: :r. t::.. *-i_! prr.i-eof all decent -
I 1'eaficxi sro. Nctwith t-indir. ihe r ou- peo
n .urc off--: \r-junfj- he :s expected to r-.cov- .ne-t convci: :'I. trii:: -hvf' ry it ets iu : : '- -. ar.J vre i r.-er :htm the bcsl -p.rit ofT tr

cr, ar d; 1 is n.'1' able to c /:.'. f-raf:. Ijf.ir.g c1'jiied -.} =- i ifie .Sit.- j-s nn E.1- lha: the oi.h tta : c .

atr> hh motives for cfm'rl'tir.o j-u n o.r. tion h.rh the Slav* h'-ldirs n -fir.f o.' R- -- i r. J, i hu D-snitl OTonni-ll', a mem'br :; : 'j -" >J'-L a :jrr.f as e .--n.t-3 /" .j- a v

} i crimp, and iirg'.d to d'-cJ! ie vvhe'.h-jr ;he rue. t.ve -.t2e ow : f-hfcr; to ni or {,JVtt. :-. *, oi f :;ie Eah; : Parliament, desert e- the !! tyevcr re her--*..ehaahui.-crs-c.leu.r.iv* .v. rrr.- r-rzhfr.-/U-. j tr r/r J

i nnj ccouiP'i':c, he !fully! dtimitted h.s ;:uir: lo mclc tt OLiVr: 31; i. crcshia
v.one ; co diiiyof iutir jcrfTn -- <<: & .; '"j t sncj iroifrnation of every true heart- e ?rc.TI .r rrL rri xt >tejcr
t rind s3nJ ho knw his fate "a= int vitaole : b'it t i-i'icr' mar pir..: 02' al --rH >rdfb
-.* we cull upon ali at a-iule n.en of ai: i.-.i- e'j.. -rcrin, r. ,- ';!, abuse of Pre_i.ientV "
thJr.i Pillar'
: ca: : :! I
I .TJ to hi* motivehe confmr-s himstll to .aing \ rp--i : :r.- : tnoitf
'' : that he tii-jhl'.cd! thu K.ng, and farther declared l l'.ilS, to con pan the condition of our ;! -. -.- jn as a >!lr.e holder, aad conatqueuiU. > it :-r 3'tIaa'tr'
:: e,3:1.-i:; o ea:.: : i- -. v
: : > that were he even put to th- torture he wih their n-iiue condition. { iRuolvod ':; i :;c rs Jci.rsor: Madiaon: Monroe and act* of rspnrr.j raur; r,
; I t c'rd;! not name his accomplices, for in u.ct he i h..t: w have : ver looked upon: Jc {:s )r:. t '
i Ar-i w.-rei* the unh- '- -" --. .
l hit! none. the agtal.on of this qu ton with: the mo=t in- j R :,t.lvon. That; the *Lank_= of t ihs: rr etinp rt > i--i-i.i ro th? e ?i' '-c'-1- r.Aco -

j A tee! ij-bic dc.-paich from Bat onne, ret' t rensv< un.xieu ; n->t so rr.U' h un account ceived at PariJulj 23th, announceh that on rr.er arei or cor-ti-on st r. "\< : e=* par
any fear we cnteitatn from -' wile war --u home t \ i. L': .::!;f.; Star, for his unjform.: stea.Jv R
1': the 25'.h, 400 more Kn !i-h recruits had landd :i.n lT5: i ii.- .-?' -? -> <.r :: rr : e cis
--!but on account of us exc.t.ibiiitv. which!t aiid> aM-j !iii .r in.vhich he hasjvjcated : T.rr irrt r.r : u* r r r rv.et ": > l
: -St Set, ,
at : tian. T'-vo other vessels( descried ; .
; -.c-5 rhria a'a Pc.i -- ,- r ': ct
J towards Sciutandcr. nn,5t a d HJght !'rom its very nature, urine th. 'Ir? ivtzihrn n?!h!?. ;

} ;I : A letter from Turin states, that one of ihe 1 t1h'IN South as one man. \ ; Rtrr. Ivd, That the procccJi.-.gs cf thi=; Prf ::r'u u t' a't: W Y :", sTe

prisoners who escaped ftom St. Pelaeie, arnvrd R+ aolveo. Thai we. of all!! parties, as mutt rnt'irJ2 u1* -.gne d by the cnairrnan r.n-i -pT'id.c* onr hac>i*. TJ 'i. -he
sec- r
? r f. ;r.r tr.a: ?u i-r. 2-n.: .- a 'c- r jv jjpr
t : : [ at Turin o the nltht T of the 211 July. ( as we rESpect and adore the union of the s r_ rtjtaritp, and l f+.rwarded to the Pre :+ r.! (! 1; T'rc :" : 5-ts : U : L *r.a :vc..r.< i t-j ? ; c.t *
: do lo-k ar.v inte-ference :h Uc.it-
the > Post
upon :artit' 3Is-t '
upon .r Gtneril, t u { .. f U -' > hat r .a vLu ... dre: the
I MEETING AI SHELL: P01.VT. ; subject of our slave ngr.ts, bv either the peo- trir bpcakf-rs of hrh Ilr.uS'a cf Con re.-a. : Il ., .: 'titTs ,.+z.. f 2tV ">-UrJ *-C t

} } J In pursuance of public: notice, a very large F pie of the non slate! holding State or '.be std lu e.i h of the Governors of the =e:era !

i } | i t meeting of the citizenof Shell Point took'1 Congress: of the United States, a.CONE- Sates a io Territories the Ucifn.ti cb e-?" >c .-f *i2f t :o iLe *ar t2L>i .3?' iss: 31 ?<"r
1 :
: f place on the 10'h m-t. to themselves cthJquesli"n DIRECTLY arid UNAVOIDABLY ; 1'c. 'lleain ,ilttwn cc.- :r. T! ur.fr.
5 express involvlng rep+ +tia trirea b F c:..: :': Ga: er. :r 'trd L Vi.i'rt ESr.
t : } uiofi' : which his created such urnrErsal the ezltt rice of thtL'iMon.. ( ;r F'.w-ird Walker! acd aJpt,-d. | j'ac'al _Le :,?.t_. :: ut t t'
1 r ; : I excitemcr.l Jhrougn. ut tbclave holding \ Resolved! That fee Ii ltrthat sentiment whk-h! ; V c. That wheie??, the Ab'.Itiiom.t' ,- r

{ !!Gtte3. we believe! To be one & undated the ih. th 5'5*' '. '.. ** .* *- / ..
C? : in wnldv + in ir -t-fhtrativr!: srnti"iir rr c JL j tc *n" *i "i' crt ci

: / ; } : ; : On motion of Aith-r: Macor, X. TV. Wai- ? t j portion of his country we do now to. inally | h they force upon the South sav : CvU i"IV. .

i ]ker' Esq. tan appointed Chairmin; and Itm. arid *oewy/ pro.t.In: -t ;. itrtiai.ce "I : -5L15T THE PlTIPIT.1 &IC. that cf rv '
: bv *ho O : :. r. n< 'Te.", TL: : :L1' .****.= '
: 1. ? ? -
on. tf. oi"thv Unttf *
: fl j States with the
t e C. Carr.r.bell and John Gavin, .Yecretariea t 5 j- mre j u'y j-ur;o-e o

; : ei The ol-j-ct' i/f the mctting having been ex- i upon thisiJij 1 e--'t. hci in the Tt-rjuo its i.r 'v r ;<1 '1 t d the sacred ch-iracu.r of th' "*" '
l piiiir.ed! b) he chuirm, hooray J. Green Distrx.t of ( olumhn, ar.d' that 11'1 Ilf, \ ;, v.- P.t-i't !. rornmg i.11; pool! pe j !p. acd ._..__ Bt. "j.vbsTfrOBI'SSjN rrV. -* .

: ; j addressed the assembly at !length, in whirh be the alit iiou of. tn'' qucs'lor'; in slid ri: -in c t :rrit Ii' i'r.? ot the c lift,rent cliurche* ;

i + reviewed ihe origin. rat and pro res of the: a, the optMnj s-erf: to :ijst f !:\il political;} ojht 'o 'i"e such nn attempt. [ .. H E P ABOUT IS KEY \\ ET :*

drama A CTi-- -- -: :n i '':: .. .+. Iscs
nou m p :ioir xl.d "The cr .r rr.
abolition! ques'icri--its destrjtsve influence :; ; resolution was f.Jered ,
i by : i. <- .- r.-: \: : ::::"c.r: Li.-n u >- aU i; Key Itt!t
:!\ upon lie sor.al feelings and bodv politic of the l ;estltt- Tnrst tct: ever !o-.J; :io'i t ;hici 5 \ ilhain} ; Eq.and adopted. !| :.- !.-- .'cl. n--'I h- i t-- 'v-r-' : J :'.- +Ig
; i wBole rornniunity iLS uua.uta3ble influenrc the great Splitting rutfiioi nmo.i_ th! >taP-; l\\---olv, --.f should the pec-.Ie; of the' iMir.ir. !".\ ror" :: :. \ > -.." A- ** *. '=
:.t U ; 'u-t rtur.lxrs r.ru.. iv s. .-:fit :Te
tr r : ; upon the legielatton of CongrCPS, and its del I- that most pci.in al l q j; iiou-i areu-ortlliit Nurth c- '. ; this abomination ext 3t cor..y; : pr.U.f'y: with OTTI frtrtrc,-,- >*. .

} ] !:: i ; terious effect upon the unit* of the States. ;|and mjry oilers owe their t-\j.-te. ce t f+ it : .vj.un;* ih- -"ommend to the Southern | tr..t It ti otuli'.Ue amiisinz! u I.ar.J c:b rTe on the dwerelitY3ati69' !etcrff r'tl3L Cie t''e

ec lie concluded hip atldiefs in opposition to the 'J nil of v.fcicb ha- rot:: ;*pir-arrd: to ua iPnnttri "v-.hants in general, to ship j Pos OfF.cc from all teas tit to ; Tn,. nd i is is *wJ

I ; : doctrine.- the Abolitionists of the United cal abi-urduy. for, why shvjlu f ri! i- irJr1; tr.prodtK. V 1 i'" *L\e lib+ r" and buS 7 J' th.it t',ere are r.o: i> many Ke We<:$ as :!,ere are
Sprni : a.'Js and Franklir.s. Many persons on/
d ; : '1 States and the BritUh P:rlianun t by riling create oppo'Uion from v \ q :-'t.vh -i it : tVir pr.oi- ly ef Scjitheru Port:.. j ji kr.o Flartdsas ouviJcU tc;. the :vri provinces oi

p ; ,, many plain and naked facts, in themselven; |: known thf products o'' th ; alive laijur'. bilancis 1 i- The toll ,. i.-olutions were offered bvl. ;, East the SLd, \:eat, w t.wil of"Great ua> tj:+. f3, cs rut
t nn.n.uun Eii am >.
m eloquent and more convincing to the | the untie of the whole Rfpubhe! ..n d Arthur Mac- :. and adopted.Re p ithui M.u-hoftt.jse vijvii.iRs tu f.ace Key: titr.t3.

} I| understanding, than all the high wrought fig-i squares accounts with all other n.iti* ns. lvt d.! !j. itch is our pity, scorn and differcoily solved! amj rna>< q'jtrr.iy, we are stta'
; : ttmE+ Es: t rd sa raettt Trs to h'Iti fT:+rc actonlln;
Mr. |_ l Resolved, That such i is> the ruvo.'tiuinry tE c&ntempt of i -' Tappan and his '
bleb O'Connell lei c
( gures !! ever conceived coadjutors I- ti> lie it of dd wren: itiui\ ;lus.! wle! very

:' J;| In which he showed tho glaring difTerence bet '' dency of thi- question, we curdi.a!; appruvc tht: we ran .- ..her think, speak nor write of, { .,ice !sour proPcr luiaallacts: l orl'a.t K6telt

k i' conduct of the people of Mississippi, Naih; tie.: ihom with :.:. ::..ti2 like decent forbearance I 5-nce the 5kiUliv sK>n ot the TemUTy ino J
I |t libertythe ; tt ; D u:r i cis, we liiizinvsulv Den>r? Si-meunwrs,!
ample .. Tennessee, and el)>ewhere, of their treatment'I tii. t *- h- ... -.. :jpprove of the conduct of the ever, do nt tiouhle lhem>elrfs pail panicularly soe"-
cifying our peca'inr? serur., l&if uz, as the **"
r in their character of these citizen- -v .w Orleans <
primary infamous Charleston
\\ ith the ten and eleven hours servitude a- S. C. Y rkers sari to JTc-iJ- : ti'rer3lll-t0 thisti.ire ae

: ton and Indian bread : the latter in the penny amalgarnationists, and believe this to be thfi tM,scon. I' dndtelsewhere, in offering a premi no ol,j cfon, l>;*i u e bats demur w helm cir S5'

t l t loaf and small fcrer arrangement, with the fou r- true and proper manner to !meet the quoMion. | urn: ,r n-j i Tappan. and we will be pleasedII edt Now and we are then s
B.'e i i teen hours servitude. is there," said Mr.i Resolved, That every citizen of She ta p' ;: .-rato amount for hU deliver and rot k.r.a .1 o> w? saw itch r, tiif w tact oi Qrbldi+
,' i Point be IU.td:; stlp,+tsin; pn>l>ahly. the Gaf! .-4" Mexico not tare
M, h G. "a Philanthropist living, who can for one ( constituted a committee of 'i :i i. I that the proceedings of this mcet- Touh; to hoJ! iis, kindly: kvau us m the .1lla! ,"fcean

moment reflect with complacency & quietude j lence, Correspondence and Safety, and that mi;; be p :'ilished i in the Tallahasse Floridian, Ot -atxvut as Jtliiuic direction RS ".my '*"erein

i 1 upon the consequent and inevitable destiny jj-- they take every necessary step to enforce the, Evening Star, Washington Globe, and Telo- at Asnenca lu-me, when,** the:adJrcsiing one usu-.lly tt.e.r ri wU\,sJ.nng J to Ly ofsp cihnaca'ir;
Y, |t those twelve thousand 12 and 14 years old true spirit of our laws upon the subject of the graph Richmond Enquirer and Whig, Virginia I- in this country.Such .

h :, t damsels, who greeted the arrival of our present migration or sojourning of free persons of co Expositor Raleigh Star, Charleston Mercury ir- beir< ihe Jivers.ty a"oinr.:,>.las toour situ**
i| tion, ii may not bearui st taw icae light upon
distinguished Chief Magistrate at Lowell, for in our Territory. t Nashvlle Republican, N. O. Bulletin, the sabj'ct.

with songs ol joy and innocence, when he Resolved, That we disapprove the passage the 31issi-sippian, and all ether papers in the Key West, on copies from Sf anish" raps, i\ toelc

knows if those untouched innocent of law 'n United States be requested lo do the monly desijnatecS as C*>, hi.'SKor* Bone o
creatures any by cur Legislature, making it a same. name piven t.+ it from the numb- cf lor.es florid u r*
were in the South and West of this Republic, indictable casein an Abolitionist to circulate Resolved, That the thanks of this Meeting i it, ihe resut ef a taroous battle lu ht by tic aona! "
is due to the Chairman for nett, and which the English, wilh their takat lot'
they would become the enviable and respectedhcnds ; r incendiary books or papers among our slaves; the dignified and : fortignronls intc txx c oi f IBCII l.ir moll".1trarAtorminj u"f

t.l o' five thousand respectable families ? for we believe when the Legislature formally patriotic discharge of his duties.N.W.WALKER. tongue, easily changed into K ;y West. On OtC din

n cn Let me not insult the genius of philanthropy dignifies this question by the passage of a ChaiVn. maps the Key Uttyled ""Tk xt sen's" IslJf feCCgntu a!> !
". the centre of it i iI pU red Jiltrt m, names
by invoking her sympathy in behalf of the law subjecting it to the operations of a Grand WM. C. CAMPBELL ) Secretaries for R short time while! this was Naral Depot rt tha cos

thousand infant white paupers recently tnraed Jury, then it is fairly beggared. JOHN GAVIN j U. S. in these seas, but now ne*'er heard app'lied' the
Island or town. The>< ditTeren names given
loose upon the commous of Patterson, because Resolved, That when any case may .ari se MEETING Island iaouc reason why a dirfi-'ulty w met Kith}Ytst
AT li.4RIAti'I'd.in .
{ j human endurance was not to the within free finding it on maps under its pro eat tideIw
crjua exa c- our action, we will fee to act A large and latitude ** 33',
l respectable meeting of the citizen of end, that occupied by the town is in t
j{t lions of tkeir avancious masters. I appeal to that summary and efficient way, according to Jackson Conniy, tees held at the house of Stu n. 36 North loudute} SI 5i30 >** est, about a? }ritb llc"

u all present-to the history of the immense the first great dictates which the God of nature Ur September} andiw, 1835.wild, in Mananna., on Monday, 7 S.little W.easterly from Cape, from Sable Harana, and abmt 11.e W Island:miles.about>orU>t a.t

slave holding population of these States, for a has implanted in the bosoms of u
,' living instance who could witness unmoved, Resolved That the people of the slave! Alien H. Bush appointed Secretary. Col. Hawkins streachiag from N. E to F. W. -ih gaeral hic b it
explained the of the be ofv ,
object meeting, to the consideration of the Florida Reef; from the o tier/* ?
t and unprovided for such iofaot sufferance. States feel entire capability in meeting t btu ofthaa orts making by the eboliut'nist,And i| distant about cirtt miles.-i*>1 tiYtlt 1it siid.


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Crane; or % Augu. aglaB*, but when we sell it ot wior- rrj l- ---_ .- -. r---- _- --!

to, Mo. and that: she brought with her three sale we make n discount !" FOR NEW YORK, NOTICE. 7P

small children, and a coloured girl to take The Hoosher wilted Kke a baker apple and The coppered aM capper fostenedschr.SHAMROCK. The Subscriber offers his service as CAR IIAGP '

caic of them. Since there arrival at Agusta, evaporated ia Q cold sweat, [Spirit of the Henry bales Vftder CarrerL deck master and, TRIMMER, UPHOLSTERER, SADLi ,. k

the girl it appears, has been stolen, Airs. C. Times. : carries about 24(0( HARNESS, ami TRUNK. MAJCtUL ....
26. the abvs about the
SEPT. will Sail for port
sVrUR1)T has offered a reward of $50 for her recovery.It **: 10th of ncjtt month. situated twodixn-s South of the*Court Huuajfc

is said that she is much attached to the family For freight apply to the Master oa board. where all orders from the Country wHl Be puiMjttaHv 0
the '
published in Presbyterian Clevy of South Carolina .
atttuded to. A. NELLS'Tallahassee
having been brought with the children St Markg, Sept. 22. 1835 7 3wADMINISTRATOR'S .
Ir1t: ,rk, his bcromc an mendiary pubhcJU and up and Georgia adopted thj following resolution Sept. 19lh, 1835. J6wAPALACfllCOLA ... .
'e and eaten alept with them from their infancy NOTICE. .
with at their -
Tappan last '
co' lfl gthh meeting *i_ ylved unanimously -
1'' a v1f have' flt the' honor exchanging i iS and thai-there is no doubt she would return That in the opinion of th'is Synod Abolition lx MONTHS from this date, I shall present my HOTEL 'f# I

; shouhi tak were she not kept under restraint by administration account of the estate of Allen McGrady sub3cnl>cr informs her friends in the iponm -
bad. we Societies and the which
ebt.e; parer : ii and wmld those who have taken her Mrs. C. principles on dec. to the County Court of Leon, and ap ly to THE generally, that she intends keeping the ArALACUICOLA .
:: rikiflg i jfrom our h
r ?ndf au ol uur citizens who patronize itmnnici1'110 | that nothing but a prison would induce the | inconsistent with the best interest of the Su Marks, Sept. 26,1935. 7-6m from the patronage she has heretofore rccc vcJ, i3'

( 1uirtir.agc. girl to remain, as she has frequently cri >d to ), slaves, the rights of tim holders; and the great gcther with her experience and unrcmitted a'.tcni'f, J

: '-3W m-lall addrc.wd go back to her mother in 1"Irida.-L Portland principles of our political institution" i A CARD.TH1 promises herself least, a share of patronage. Tim -.

r Advertiser.In ? UNDF.R8IGNED expects to leave this place House will undergo many repairs, and has l l'sd on T' Mstcr at Nc York, is sa&d t have met for New York in a few days, and will probably be comfortable addition, which has heretofore Iren nej-

:fct ? W ..u-n of the:"old llcro.- CoL Washington, one of I the Board of U. S. a- cit some six or scrrn week ; in the mean time hem lcctcd-a.gs)4)d chimney and parlour. Her IP bl s! I1L

..' c3rV L' ifl'C4 .Sfate J'ig'Ls 1 former times the President of the United j Surveying Engineers, passed through this ovn :nppointi James A. Bert helot, Eso. his'attoi9tey. not IK surpassed by any 4.1 the Southern Cou'iiry; t- V

:' ; cti1dn'Z-p' ri States, \v a.s esteemed as the agent of tho people. } on Monday last, with In* corps t.1 f workmen, Ont F. B. WIHTLNG.Si. ids excellent fruits of every variety, fresh Irotn Cu

\ '>c-t our i.n. H.ndoiits.. Cato Now, crrtain paniznns look upon him his way to Tallahassee. He lias been etnploypd; Malta, Sept. 22, 15. 73w.NOTICE ba; and cv'tainiy the beit fis.'i and oyslrrson IT cxi
;U t-akc m their wr&tiflgc-thClr: \ for time ihe'i'errit No pains shall i be spared to-renier aH who favos.
some m\y
wore pains in in ,
: : : a> the agent of a pmty. He was, in the days laying-out townships: I
uninic.lisiWc' t'-at n i ih r our- .,ry. Jacksonville Courier.OIHTUAHY. her with their company, perfectly at horce, .is to
-n-: of Madison and tJeiTcr. <>n, selected for his [ ALL PERSONS havinsr claim* .ur nst the estate of ease and comfort. Attentive servantn shall i he irt nl-
ciuatvvj.hirth.n.PhW -- '
'r fv virtue, tali-ins, ana devotion to correct principles \' H. Mather?, dec. arc Ircreby ititied to present tendance. CAROLINA F. BF.l1N.

kmuofthc Tivnth, oiT L *: :: Died cn the 20tli o' August, in ih 'M t ---r'uof hrr law, or the iarnc will be Imnd. from the North who understands vailing iu a lining _,
;Li'lv nvcrry th.-u .'ndd L'1is fur :M- rc.uvwsi States was administered on truly republican age Mrs. A. GJlOSjs, hiteconsjit plyul

({ cnp ol a iSenH: Bns, iuh >:ulet a frrrlcf piinciples. how time has changed the order in Dccatur County, <;,. ;. She rnnovct''nis Triri- MnI iCtllO, Sept.1. 1315. 7-tf the Hotel, Apulachicola.Apilachicola .

onanxpc.Ua>'i* to the N-.r iiern Seas. of things At this day \\e see a powerful ) tory for the p-irposeof :. ..-fMini_' In r l.nal h, but -lia-, -- NOTICEALL Sept 12, 1S35. 5-9w ,*_

*'* JVltU St. Croix i: n..iMaiuis ,\ patty moving heaven and earth," to install: i iMirtin of what all is things.hum ir.iu She cumparrd died calm and with ti.f c e-U (JitMtor; 1'F.flJNS indebted to the estate of Wm. J.Mauldin 1'hc Columbus Enquirer will please pub'h'! thr n-
; bovc weeks and for the B.
eight account ot .1'
l'ihSnath Van Buren in the in the d< r. arc rrfpcsted to make immediate pnynvnt -
: Ititi on or ahout ihc! highest seat j ftcrniiyith the humility a. d meekin'ss :!at has
pcI ifa W t": f1a'.n1g- e-is IL' have :trL t.ttqt : gift of the American pt oplc. Anduhy ? Is ..i irked her lifiiLr: Im loii u luisband u.d ton to ; a.vl those hn\m* doininds! against said estate NOTICE.
;,: mourn her irrepairalle lov .notified that unless presented, with the propervoi
it because he is an honest politician nod a irti- Puie from hri-i, vJiiitn the lime prescribed by law they I MIDDLE Disrr.iCT or FLOIUDA, LEON Co TxTT.TI1hLtEAS .
cvi.rv a'ain o' n.tli re
: ly gi eat and good man \ Is it berauq h" will lIre i'j huiiiicas LO shine, < .> ;ill ho fort Trr l barr., J. Jno. O. SEW ALL. ftdra'r % i; has been represented tc me, by *

vetrafl Gei.Suflurl has beenliviM j make r.n impirtiiil; and a constitutional Pnsiiont Moal-Jed like her jrr':at Creator, Manann.i, J t-kson County, Sept. 18th. 1P3.>. 7-tf V V the Members of the Bar, the Om is of tfiv? w

.i >r d Ealnni., !)y aa -rwL.1iniig majorrr'm :!-. J < of the United States ? No-neither.- A.I! i.nnn.rul, all d'uine ELECTION NOTICE. Court, by many Citizens of this County, Out, owing?
-- to the sickness of the Season; to the absence of many
.c id th- :;*-;; ;; : ; Ue AYiU j But it i i.*, because he will be the Presidmt of CAMP MEKTLNGLS. NOTICE' is hereby given, that an electnm ft* Citizvi'8' fiom the Terriloiy; and to other
% Le' th'- ol. our Cut121ci'.11' uh. ,vot lui :, the p.irtizam who now so boisterously exiol Thf following i a list of appointments for Camp fi>ur members of the Legislative Co'incijofth* would greatly piouiute the convenience of ;h< Puljt-

; I--LIOKTOJT.) 1 his hollow virtues, and who so zealously -.xorf :Mictiujs, la1alin jas-ee district : Territory m Florida, for the County of Leon, wilT to adj"Irnthle next Session of the Superior Uuurif

th t.L| li.t. a rhaif! r f.-i the rrrdulous ir.-l In o.aiKlen hx- held on Monday the l-2th day October 1356, Leon County, to a later ptrioJl than lhat low op-
Our tIi i I I.t'lht L.. Cia ik, F.MJ their faculties to convince : r uijty, nea. .he Georgia line, on the pointed by tim Acts of the Legislative CotnH''
::7'h f I IH h Jnn .'0h I jat tbe fiJlovin) places in said, county under the :
F'rida: Iu a f.-w yta : o.-.r of socntv that he rs : an ; St-pt. .Vow ,virtue of the
n more unwary portion thtrefeie, ccut'-ircd on
f. T-U t Cmp'tflV 1'n: .inn ,vil!" Cfi 0,1 he -Jlt-i, tJ.>ih. Oiith, and J7tIii \ .snperiniendance of the following! Inspectors, viz : power
1 -, r i1.! sra> OCV1i' pt: ptireit democratic je w el in the whole baud t ,flI'Iat 1. At 1'ahlatiasscc-lnspectors. John Baldwin me by law, 1 do hereby adjourn nter the ti it uf ih. >*

. f '. :U 'ujC:1: : i4 iV \Ylnit i* p.nty worth, i il it weighs against mvCountrv's 'i l\.id, uii the Isi, d, 3d in! lih October.Lo.vnd j Benj. G. Thornton, and C. Williams.! Superior Sfonlfty C uri of.Vbrember-next to beheld in do this order(.'oui.t-, t-> thSicand "
an I t1it'et f
iLe aiidjnv'TV 4': ihe Nov.m \> k the of lii&ii: > c-'unu: 'a. us t..e b h IMi. 1 Jin. and I 11 hU. ,
.r. :. :: an weal nnd true principles itv i- I 2. At .S7. Marks; -Inspectors, \V.V.. Brings, that all writs and! pror.-sses, now issued, or'o-brtj-,

1' 4 vi: iLc f(. ?--asks tho 0ll Mirm mnu of the (' tim -' j i- r I Timothy Mi-Cart and K. W. Dursey.iJ. sued, be made return ibe! to the said Sccnid Mnmtnvof

A* nppropnahprubleni for 'oltitinn, '...- iGiJi S '. :l"i. .'k. H i.ml'i.i county, on the! 1 l Itlt 1 .th, 1 At Wa'ker' Su>re-Inspectors Thos. Jeff. November, instead of the first JlenJay of OFcJ. ,
'i L it ucSov. hini'i very 7i'- -ii-i 1 > 'i Ucihi i.
Ih-ra'd iaio
T.M NYlji: j iG'--en' NV.. Walker, and C. C. Uli.I as previously appointed by law.
where it is with \ '-: /\ t ;! ; '.* : and -, h ( Mrc'in '
'i olid'u bel'oif llu* r. ILTI, inrompatible; :uri : > >r. ( d. '
11Vii. .sir, Iii Jiff, 1 his order to bo published in the F
f V.JiiiiiU ii''A N-tvi. <. !.h-f A'T-tiu.t' I I 4. At c\ izilw's-I Inspectors, Elisha Winslow, weekly
I- Mi1J i'UiuuulJMIIN I
r; 1: : jy iithf U.S. 1).ri : t'uan, io n. >ruf ootintr's {rooc'', should be ciushed and thrr- ()c t''r' ait N v on n, \V. [).inu-l, and Isaiah Pindarvh. I until the meeting of the Court, -

.,. "f wrh i'e vi w "J" 1y bl.i.st! I iho hou'S of the most corrupt -rtihitjon. t j (Signed) THOMAS RANDALL.Wj.
M''* -i T, .1 vi 'tva'f.ij, ; L JRRV: ;v <:... -, TI cr.L4t 5. A Iihlickcrs-lcIspcctN; .Johmi Blockcr! l" ):nicr t
L tL 1) pr4'Ie1 44 Sc ;. ': Ii Our country against, rvrv }partv ;;IISI! .. .. P" Clri'res nnd Solirfnon Walter. A Copy.
U -
w ::
: -T; rr..t DIP. n n. r._,>. r r>. a f*
Ml \ < hemctit pjirnzaus who stiff- rca -!i aii'l r l \r 6.] At .1. A. Wikeys!: -tuspectors, J. A. \Vilkv, September- 5, 1835.4- & 4 J 'dhOOK '
L 1 1.' i \L.\DiL > ; i. Tnoinns H. Buckle and John Bro\n. -
Tin. rl.Luz. snptro"- the judgment "f the p'-opl.-1, to t- -r -U

4 \\K-tl ? Why, I hat the democratic party may i. M : .\<-r tai: *. aio lJcj>, ; !iii'i-.m( .', ij+is inj 7. A: T.ilims-Inspectors. Jacaea Cameron, i AT THIS !MS
TO JVNIC5. : j -I- -I 'S 1.1 'c n sti't.i bcuvt.M) the Mil in-l 10th of ;,''T-ituui, and Henry C. Ash ion. *
JiL' n 11t ti't1lZ1$ n 4 be d lviuW It i i-a stinging sntiir upmi! j ji [ C U'H- in xt m, uu. til.i il.i: rsun; of-m-: v. isaniuot I I H. AT Stewarts-Inspector. Jas. Stewart, I. w \N lEt) IMMEDIA [ELY, 500 laborer*
Sr1: vu t- i '1 le) v iunmo <)f dcmorr.icv, wh'on it i-; ud .lain.cv.the jormer !> uniLii! *.. nu.j succtss :ibcll Ki'drick and Gco. Fisher ant iiOrt Carpenters, to work on IJic
nd 'ht> FjifiilK comlnrji'd i is too tuuc!. I Iuflr l i in sen. l 11 ul ttoad*: Hn the Lake Wimici* and St.
i1i llai: i ito jvu-svcr sue}_ bte: and deirfn--ritr psi'pofof -: a1 Jyiig xp<.rn s cc tc.uiinLr, i.a ptiiifd I tic: 9. At P.iribh's btoic-Inspectors J. D. Parish 7oseph'a
F'irin&1r *.% : t%' litfl thocI I rfl' lilwrv. !- ,uf..hu.c i ,it! !ln: rru.-tce>, i-i'i % ; s.Ui-'a-rijn j j I i.. Had lluul, (West Florida) near th? mouth t* Apolarhirula -
; lei.i acon Knhier Moore and Arthur .
poor ii.f 1'.ti-t4_- aad ln Af.i'aiis < f li. M wirj L.iv. in.cn B'irney.j llivcr, iO miles from the town ''fAp..lael.j-r,..
:T.rnejkiuth. j'lk'' .; nnd de! < Itiationare: jiirVipres u Mri I.H r.-.iv. j 10. At HirrN*-Inspectors, Reuben Manning la: and iui Tallahassee and Jt. Marks ,Ua.l ?,

I. LtIig cuphorcs! : As a Fanner: I "pea It i is known, says the na'li'.nrrAiroiin, j I I .'e I'ii. ,-' -, oh tbt !u tt:;. ': ; Jno. \V. Sl-'-nce. nnii G.V.. I IiIa rid.i j (Middle Florid.>) from the City Talluhaaae t to thV -
1l I : : ,. U.i At Cn.tutilip's-Inspertors Cromartic I'urtofSi. Minks.3y .
thai laign ofhaic'liu 'r*' n';<.i Uvij iitirra l. ta. :1i 1. : [ : ,
EtFh, h) it i io to'e who ud rta.d th quanitios ; s .vc'sot >.lit .iliCw i'ir luce K ttn ; yt tt. Tie! j VY. H b-'ts. nsid John L. Vipers. portion of the abovr-nanipd nnnhcrorhatxJul ; ,

i i"ti.i'1<> I w lit? A fri'TsJ of mine Ins !Ii urn- j manufactured; in thi< ccuii''v. for ''xp-.tf; t" ;jbiM.uhu ti'i' :_. h itj.1 In i & htrrtt'fori' all!I i-!j .t. nta' 1 I 2. A i Maunnha-Inspectors, 5Jcnj. B/rd, EiiJ ; find employment on either .f the abnvi -iinrnodUiU'Is

'* 1 South Amorica, and siu-h H th' ia.f1i'iir'v nf :<_. i ,hi't c.jiuii'ledcl..'>"!-s ">. oij'r 'jriyi 'J -., T'J **. iyaniul; N. Han.lin. 1 I at th lallowjnj; rates, n.uu l ly: \Vrtj Jix
(,dine:t to wnte Oh Temjiora OU 3Ioies 'hit tlubtNim !.- The !oCj.ou ol HitIi j : : Laborers fVoni 20 to j$25 j) r month lor Car
the !1-iws on this ubjf-cl$ s > ii'-'i ulJ'' i> n-ry fu u :: i Given: <:n<'i--r m : hand tui-t 17ih ?ct.| 1 S35. ; H-uier*_

itbliko The pai; J> >ou LU-I t.iin: for thfy talk in cani i.d on \vjih j'I ifect iiup-ntity. \ srhnonfr '. p.bstd iiy any in the .._>atini (V.ir.Try, Fe's {il.-c->. I L. A. THOMPSON, Judge; ofC. C. L. C.fTc fi Tin.ii Ji above-n u> 50 per uned mouth Lnes, und ot Hail found. *
i V(; !,>< !lti; -Vj: to ui M* ilijra: it tith'.r l"i !'Ui'h or jjt"r : Road pas .hrr M"S -
Utt ftti%: )|> -j>eei hs: of Alhcna, ('recce, and ,'railed: tho Charlrs Tecui-oo, < 'npt. fo\. frm ; y ; Jfld i t.1'f : : II S ad v ;ii aiI Lake ll'iintci and St. t'ry j.i'l l h'nliKy} sociion-j of country, eoniMT-in il-c

i Jlui'c: (])bc I Know nothing of,) tmr do 1 I I'h ohille, Xv J-crsoy, arrived at \v V'-rl; I toua.* 10 tio*. of a. y siiiai; litit.iuii. ai mis Ccui'- l[ <: offfic (.' .tz) C"znpany. Joseph's Buy:i scab'-uid 'with?the tVvi interior, where no danger u To be ***
apuichci" o rs 4-0.
but tlaock, having ou bo-jid 3SO boxes con- ">' ,
Oic about knowing) am tiling one passage, i taiaing each 1200 Mlar, made: ftilin'lv of 1;oiiii ; UcitleTaca will I be riCi'vt-0! at any '.'. j r At a rr.f ;;ig -f the: B"-iH "f Directors, laid l thus !! All; Hose who nidi constant crnpl.vv'm,r nfl'ir! '-

nb.chi'ipplifahlc: tothe twin Cors., fore I ami cli ir 4us1 only! from tlie nine it'trntcraiw l l.t i: 4in: % the {; 'I'>;\'it: ; rcsiil :tins wore ndopinl, viz : !I er.il wa es, wi4 do well to be..d ihtiroursi- tl is v\.i ,
copju-r, purporting to be of the coin erf P rizlThosu : : I ,. Slorkholders : and apply to *he Subscribers, or to our A"crtuti "*
Trint those !
;ta>! ilui J1ieas: earned from thc '-flames of d< 'uiib will! IK m i Je if reiuovfi before the m i nrnu? t'l. xvhoarei
coins the non.inuIi'm of tillicr: of the al>8-natned rtJvi! Una irt.
amounting to tin. cj ;: ti .r. owners of improvements in \\tv- Town of Apalnchio ?

?i\/1)/ upon) his shtHildcra the .old Awkise.ficai .-* | 150,000 were manufactured at BellilUand t'dr iiJmnt .'ai-, npu-n.tion| must bm-ul .' toTrcaaiirtr the I .!:i. 'Jr.iti: he entitled to a Lot in the town of St. ? D. ii VT. GRAV.iCp" .
0 tj ht5 honors of defeat the J UO. .\1. *. Lavi lann wlio ; ; : : Th. ColuiibiK Af sson er, auillac* u 1Ll4.! %
; ?:C1, om m were sont K> New Ycrlc for transportation to \\.il. on ih.iceiptiox Jovep* at a nvlurtinn of thlrly-thrtf and one-third will, ,ascu'lish' this
ot'ilie J. trrnph, |> [ onccuitcl until .
fnsiin)<: t l<'
lic! tired Dclljiny.I'urJ I of silvering over in order to prepare them Good board m.iy be haa in priva'e families nl $1'1r I' similailyfrjiuid i I hnl Ii! sell t.r'a t1ptl bhie sale ; provi i .tiitl Cluiil'lin ('tinner, will insert the a( >v thrct*

I for circulation. r er mond). tied sa'uJ( Stockholder bhull erect a btiiMinfj theicnn rimes a \\tik, until the 1st NOVt11ber, and t5rward 'jf
n me, Janiin, I will not like you, The officersT thy customs under the direction ri.lt l.-. per Uu ir.er, pay.sblc m advanrpRe'iuiiit Ivy the I'-.i January next : And anyone who mayjniake I tueir ac--oit.it, ftr: JMJ nicnt, re our office iu T: ..il.iJ.as-
j FI(1 iIa.
I. aul ofih .t.ic4 Wminj Of) snMi improvement and not he willing to ; see, -.
.ut *' record, if you uil! give us- ; ; $5,
of the (Colli'C'or seized the vessel and tei..i'er i l33.
j Gmtn iii'i Geography & Aritliinrlic C,00 purchase the lOt on which such improvement shall ;
()*'ser Ant! ulu-ie urn I to find it ? In J your her cnr-jo of bie coin, with the \iew of briugi 'i i.e jb -.c vitIi Pinlosnphy and all llie higher have been made, the Company shall take such improveroent .

41 Puke (Ox cn," or in your rl nacet: turn i in j <.- isfTenders to punishment ; but on exnminniion brtnciitsot an hngHsth Educaih.n 8,10 at whatever tIrreedU5nttre>ted personsmay Sub-.riibMrctnrns his isiiicer& thauf.- t.r

--not re-nV-ulus nn-n.s ;*' do not believe, Jit.'ts the law was found to be impotent) I Liuii and crixtk V. YV. 1000JNO arw.ii e it to be worth. THE -.-, and tin. public in general I, for the ltIr.t

on tbr subject, and as the coin was shipped I ROt1NSNSecy. ITesoIw.l, That any Slockhold shall be entitled ficomau incut lie !m> received since l hr. i..i> brnmr
that 1 intend to '*use"har }h and Stj) 26, 1-33. 7-lw
> commonani law existed TM .i !lot in the town of St. Joseph at a rednctiou tinplaco, anti solicits a con.iuiui nc<- of;jirir ''u1 r..il-
j as manufactured: and as no
!' : >ell.invei!."__I mean to how the peoj'leofJellVrson copper of thirty-three"and one-thinl percent, on the ajr.; I Hr has just returned from Neu York, ..nlbisrc 1
Count that to detain h r, she was, as a matter of ue- COTTON BAGIING-'I'WINE anionritchirh! an adjoining Jot similarly: situated -eivet! pel b. i.; Soiiifrseit din ft from that j l.n:.:, a

? your fchfmcs} nro j cessity. abandoned to the ronsignee: to dispoe ROPE, c5-c. shall ei'' H>r at public auction ; provided sucht.ickhiolder I gt: iTiifassoi-tnirnt of fall ami winter GOOD.-, et'i-
Mii.Mrfc: yliur: propositions untenable of her, and his sistin; t.f1ie l fj llo\vm Ailiclts, to wit:-
to original
; pro- cargn according THE SUBSCRIBER wil.bsupplier1. this Tall wi.h shall erect a } hmlditi, valued at -
uw- lui black, Jrab, aiaindehiiiC.
'i'jlj., riuu tln-ir "external j.aueiu ," -I do 1 m an aSvirtiiieut UI GoocK st'iected hv hnnselt fur this} (1.IIa rs. and have said linildniir in a stale of tirvardnc I[ .-. hs.Do ijrccn .

i.ot 11ai 1 :md ..iffii-i! lor ah* eonabecrusa.! tht 1st of December. In all
mean to cause von 'tg tin to charje the i iT inI ; ->f> by cases du'lit iiL-d: Ca simcrcs, of dirTirrntAn .ouus.
: Ilk 7uwpr COME AT LAST. j h.'r Itilul t lor r..sh. via : : :tppi.e.I ti.fl must first be made to the President } a-jortm-nt ofujur baliiiirts.1UO .

or Dovil, ol tin- murder of} our 15.V the nnnt-xeJ! CarJ ini'1ilied|' ] in the \ew Ca-t turn Eoi.ii.Ied P..t \Varc-English. Sweeds and Hrrc-loM by t lie pa nv intending tabuiM! when | .sofNegoKeryLinsv--> and Filai si..in!

Km Ktifjh-h ;" but 1 u )l -taeh the quotjion Haven I Hi'rnM, we learn that the long expecte.lCosnit and Amen an Iron-.Sind-nnns Cav; and Machineiv | the value of the hiiildiiiu n o he erected will be fix i b h, Kifiicli) and, American Prints.
s eel--Sheet Iron Biniz,- Nal
: .as 1 think propt-r, uithnut -nietnmor-- ] : p-< nt !enoh. nile naen anre. Tlie Hooprrou-liaidware--Cutirry rs-.in-Merloni.Rods sTooK- I led upin by the Board, after the lot ha
ti oi'it-s least in this I Isiurated. i'HOS. BERTRAM SecV.Apaluchicala Wuper Pon ics, Lustring and Fancy SiiK .
|>ho-j.M I aui w.llin 4t Ii.i 'Ii: r u>t iliscoveynt c nintr\ ,) j LookiupGlaN't".--B-Hine s- 'ot on-S'-ineTwiue ,
-ir, to Ug g'uci d b. 1 J'1.t.i Climatedr and Mr. Looinis of 3. 1535. 6 4w. ti. s.Rfndy S -
ii) : ; ''r Li; >h C.rd-Itpe and Lcau-m Luws-I'uruiture- Sept.
Jrmbs up.n pu-jicul.ir fact-r; Imtvhat has1 \ '.!\. l.t"tI&\ 'ank anI I "ther HookViliou and '..V.otjSTarc I m-\d Clothii-g .::.r ; Cutton Bagprg.

that lo d'j will, the election! ? Doe-* nil this //ltd: d.ilami?'r ;..:ti I.rre-Woo!.
s-Indian Rublier Go d Iron Axels \Vheei
21st. we find the salisJho.iion ol'first f r>brvir.'r'his; '--- -
-.-. idto'e ait% lnna 11ri. unit| % our jo-rt tlii1russ, Unri'.UN PlMiigls ruitr.nuns Tin Wre : i Six months after date I will apply to the Honnrajble Hats.
inJrrrsiin.j in the field Clark's Teler.opf. -- penn ;
body, irrcnt A few dozen Walebonc-! Bonnets.
In tele(1 to Cupfs. \\Li'tc i'jint and I-'aii'-y ( "aiMllIf r.dy Made Clot -j I Jiuhje of the County Conrt of Leon County j
nd I Ilollo.nan .luj
) The possibility of confimnding it tv\\ \\ \\ _._ 500 pair llusittt Bro an Sh.es.
>:i'i i M-. --II tn.t>> Ilat.u.d ( !ap _Pry GoodDiir -.--- to be tliliirged from the administration of the
'Crfit's iIie old ttjI' Ni imla induced wait for another ob- | 500 pair K'ppcd 13r"g.n Sh-'os.
to eivati
: ( as 1 ii-r: friaudVir us P.nn Oils SiuixEmKcin"
my s ;MI Uas and estate Samuel! Bryan, deceased, late ()4sfltd Co. .
Gentlemen's and Liniioa* Walltmc Shorsi.
61y. Cmnri \V'an 'l\
-- .jsaii
lipt; : v>
; qui --Paneti; : l..n'iit'Je' which LEAH BRYAN admrtx.Tailal.assee .
plate yninnn the .stars, in which cane no d1iili: (?vHGC LAMAN.TaIai3st. 250 pair Negr.Blankets, Iarie Ro e Bank! 's, &x
'.d advice to u:> l.oth.. Hutasou have I ISth Sept. 1835. G-tf C>UI CnguM Brandy, Jamaica Rum HoIIai d.Gin.
v.Mtild i rrmain: of its being n Comet.---The :ipproacii ?Vpt C(, 1 1--T: > 7ti
ihi-glovr I th oj.le' of ihe twilight ascertaining i : RectifiedWhi ky, Wines, Tens.and-
hoje) will prevented our :
cxme : -
p NOTICE.-Six weeks.after if me I shall apply to Cuba, Su Domingo, awd Januiica C flte.
tuse but observations IJLLXDS SS I
point yesterday repealed !
m ( OWing to emba 1'ou ; Wkhoiv assortment of Cryckt-r' and
"inv Cutlery
: #av, I'M- lIn.Jultofthe County Court of LeonCo.f ,
'ttrence aUged Col. tl.i'j morning, plainly indicates proper nv>Jim; \ Ca p-ntor and -j'hers encased! ni !iu '!'dn; -. can be.supplied I 'r hollers of Administration on the estate of Geo. Hollow Ware, tc.IV'ilh .
Hcllamy uas amid bciiijj); very near the place) as*>igiicd_ to Hallrv's: v.-'nh GIL EN Vr.Nr. IAN BI INPs, nr.d I deceased. Wrk 1 FISHE1 many other articles, too dons! torn intion.
13dtuindicat.i Mt
.nn approval of the comae'fwsucd Comet we recognize il as the long expected vhitanl. LA TICK Wo.K tor Pm/' a'V NDOW re, All of which will be sold low for CASH, or arv
by the peoje| requiring a defence at HASH and OR3 i he ib-.ci :t r bcini: Ain j St.| 12th, 1835. prove J CrediL Country Merchants ra-.i L te; sup-

Lands of that It jirr-cenl Position is north of the Bull's Hums lor a I acto.y enua ed rxciuMxv'x! 1,1 f hi? maiiutaetuiv NOTICE -All persons havinir claims or demands plied at a small advance on the New York prices.
gentleman. His defence little nt t tnt'c iriK-ies can supply Miem at short nonce The subscriber will adtance, and shipCoton: t<
his n Mow the vertex ttan equiliteral tiimirle, the estate of Capt. Jno. Hills, late oj
abated; : \Vhil has it vcd 1 1 1 i, lormcd It is i inn aitd ai'ex'ifinely low prices. jajiainst New Voik or Charleston, S. C. lie xvillpircfia; c
. recution pro only) iho c two stars. nearly GEORGE LANMAN. GatlsJen county, dec. will please present them duly Cotton, and give the highest market pi-irt =

of the numerous stump speeches line between the planet Jupiter and the Pleiades : Talbhassrc. Sc.t.. CO, l--3.: 7-tl' nntlifiticated within the time prescribed, ac- ALEX. FORMV UUVA.L.
ade at the or seven stars, and nearer to the firmer.-Or, law And all indebted said
barbecues cooling to persons September 5, 1835. 4-tf
given by relations For S'nlc n.> ah 've. 2\\ pair G et-n Venetian Win .
tnd connections more particularly, at Iwo o'clock this morning, its dow Blinds with hInges complete. estate will make immediate payment to the under'signed. "
vitli the exception of his last ) right ascension was 5h 5lm., and its declination: JONATHAN ROBINSON, aduTr.j SURGEON DENTIST.

rage, upon *hich he charges two of the can N, 24 de

thdatcs for Conors, j derived from the elements of Pontecoulant, which j citizens Tallahassee, and the publ c gen
den) (Col's. White & Gadsuha i i are ir'uen in tfie Connaissanrc des tfni ilr 1833. : : IRON AXELS, U, H, nnd2 inches wide. NOTICE. erally.-Me inserts incorruptible Teeth, whih will

i plot or scheme, fulminated against; < The appearance in our telescope is that of a FOR SALE hy GEO. LANMAN.ISOTICK. not change their colour, nor decay; and, ptrkctirp
; l which he Six months after date we will apply to the Judge to imitate nature, tk-U they cannot be df tccit d from'
has dim cloud halo far less luminous than the
this given a denial, and takes or r- of the County Court of Lenn County for a discharge natural teeth. Sotisfjctorjr refctencc will be given,
denial IK is render it visible
as an evidence of his arquital, behave planets. magnitude such as to By an order of Court, shall otFcr for Sale at public from the administration of the estate of if dcbired.iCP.

ca'j they not I in smaller telescopes, provided they fiord outcry, (upon the prernii-cs) 30 days utter date, the \Vrn7 Hall, dec. late of said county. : ROOM theCi7i HOTEL
Ctt1tleen given a rejoinder. These sufficient light. We employed only our lowest | Real Estate of YVm.. Mauldin, dec. conflblin of I J. C. HALL September 5, 1835. 4-tf '

Lte had something more to do than to )i magnifier (55)); but the fine light of this instru- i ;>CO acres of gol' tlickory aiid Oak Lard. 120 of Wrn. HALL, 1

to/the hand'l'ills of Col. ] men?, having an object glass of 5 inches, gives it''' whsch arc I in cul t i vat ion. The Plantation lies levd!, Adinr's.Tallahs.ec CONFECTIONARY, WINES, & .

Bellamy.eft .- great advantages over ordinary telescopes in is ell watLrcd, and three: miles from \larianna. THE subscriber respectfully informs hisirien; ,'
tiO Florida .hortl y aft.r the elec- 1 observations! of this kind. | J. 0. SEW ALL, Adm'r. 18lli Sept. 1935. 6ifAIMINIS'FRA'FOIt'S the public generally, that he has j isc re- '

and left Bellamy, like' a small DKNISON OLMSTED, ', Maiianna, Sept 2Cth, 1835. 7-4w ceived per late arrivals from New York, a choice
cur baying NOTICE.All
1ts and select assortment of Wines
$Uperjorg I ELIAS LOOMIS. ( superior q lality)
that do say again, 'blu>h, Junius, Yale 1S35- NOTICE. persons having claims against the estate of Cordials, Liquors, of all kinds, Frnrs, Jcllie., Can-
a great m has fafl.n '" Israel"-" The College, Sfpt. Ryan order of Court in Chambers, I shall ifTrr for Richard \Vatson, deceased, are hereby notified dies, Spanish Segars, &c &c. &c. -All of wl ic i he

tZIhad Sale ot the Plantation of the laic \Vm. J. Manldin, to bring them forward, properly authenticated as will sell on reasonable terms for cash. Feels thankful -

IOryDuF wisdom writing 'S upon the wall" and l hope There are a thousand anecdotes told of Wil- (to sitisfy the debts against said estate) four Negroes, the law requires within the time prescribed, or be for past farors, be hopes still to Merit, s are c.?
and en to 'wit :Stephen, twenty nine old --Mary, public patronage. R. K.VI'ST. '
n'n 'OU bc the forever barred. And all indebted
> to said
may lard of the Hold but add another persons
City we Tallahassee .
terpret. i: twenty-seven years-Caiolina, thirtrcu years-and Sep 5tb; 1835. 4-Uw
Ofthe rejoice not at the msfortuncs that has never appeared in type.-A Jlooshcr Lctiy, eleven years old. estate :ire required to make immediate payment .--- -- -- -
Could great, but I feel for my Country ; and I from Indiauna, walked into tbe Hotel one day Sale to take place between the usual hours. to the undersigned. oi'---
i be Jno. ('. SEVVALL SAMUEL L. SOLOMON. Adiur'sSept.
her Adm'r. A LL
sacrifice I and the called for persons are keicby forewarned fron comlL -.
lo bar
would as willingly stepping up a glass Marianra 20 1833. 76wNOTICE. 19tii. 1935. 6-tf.
ieup Sept. :: mittin* trespass or waste upon the Lan Is and
thealter of brandy & water. Wilhrd, with his( custom
ofliberty future other
tect.3 my pros.I improvements on the tract known as crbes
I Would those of Col. Bellamy. I ary suavity, immediately handed him the decanter FOR NEW-SOUK, Purchase; and particulaily from rcnioin outing.

t hk Yt'urself and a tumbler, and the gentleman help ON the 20th day of October next, I shall offer for sale ,...4..A.The Brig STATIRA j Holmes, master destroying, or otherwise injuring the timber on tb -.

'eu0 nd I ; a pWlosohcr, f but I I leve ed htmsell. He filled the tumbler nearly full to the highest bidder, for.'Cash, the following Negroes p. having a part of her Cargo engaged land, unices by special leave from tbe propri. torapj
8hall follow its belonging to the estate of YVm. J. Manldin dec. will receive immediate their agent. THOMAS BALTZ1 ILL
y dictates in all of" strong water," with but a small sprinkle despatch. 4
aeti0 Wheiht h is real Stephen, 2.-} yours old-Mary, 27-Caroline, 13-Letty -I Apply the Captain on board, or to August 28 3tf J gent fpr the Pfojrietirrs.HERRINGa. .
tereoc to or Weal, without of the Manhattan, and emptied the whole ntu I 11. Also at the same lime. Nt-re, 35 years old- KERR & STUUGES.Ft. J-

) your or Grecian, r your draught. Willard looked aghast. The Hooshcr Ilesekinh, 22-Andrew, 1C-"\.* tm, -Mary, 55 Marks, 12th Sept. 1835. 5-2w .

fltftflCo'vjtb democracy for il be forked up his shillings, and was astonished Kate, 35 and Ellen, 22. A FEW barrcU of Baltimore salted Herr u foe ;
Pure may The sale to lake place betvrecn the hours of 10 and NOTICE
fur at a vcd.iccd
pricc.-rAh Fl -
\ery and
your aristocratic when Willard returned him a sixpence and ur ;
ideas. the late residence of V\ J.
2, at m. Mauldin--three Cotton
for sale
Bagging low
three Is hereby given to all those indebted to the Sub very by
cents change. miles from Marianna. Jno. O. SEVVALL adm'r.Jackson .
CATO. scriber, lot the 1833 and 31 by note oth PUTNAM,
years or *
41 bib, rftrnncor You don't go to pretend County, W. F. Sept. 21st, 1835. 7-4w. erwise tc come forward and settle tlie same immediately St. Marks, Sept 1q35. ,4-3w

learn from theKennebec to say, they only charge three cents a glass The Columbus Sentinel and Montgomery papers, as longer indulgence will not be given.

td7 by tb na papers, that for li'quot, at the City Hotel ?" trill insert the above and forward their accemnts to JAMES C. ECGLES.quin BLANK of every description foat -A'
of "
Crare, wife of Judge sII O," answered Willard, we retail it at a the administrator, <7, loth of Sept. lS .- Uu9 offigq. ?




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WE &re'3an4Uthon'ztd to Watches Jewelry
JOB.flAVISEsq.azacandidaeoa announce &c. NOTICE. NOTICE. NOTlCli.: -

"L in tae next Legislative Council.Sltl THE subscriber has just re- ALL percent "-Z any claims or demands a SIX months after date, as Administrator on the :X month after date sppii&n

Aur; I an additional sup the e tr Joe* T. JOHXSON, deceased of Henry Murray, I shall present my L the Hnr. the jur r 0 the -m be

ply of WATCBTW,JEWKUY, Su.- td, are hereby i o r--r-ent their claims duly accounts and Touchers for 8tulemenl.G. Jackson County, f.r Utters ostiae.f Diam CoaIiIa

j1m are ftoihorised to announce SAMUEL B. YEa Srooxs&& which be offers authenticated wi ': -*.!+ frfuirtd by law; and all G. HOLT, Adm'r. Andrew G. Maysdieic_ _

DtfVAL Esq as a candidate to represent for tale on his customary reasonable those indebted u 1 .-!' requested to make St Marks July 19_49-6rn. H. 1101.\18

Leo& J Jtety in the next Legislative Council.Jnfftdt terms. immediate p-iyrac ..- ; ", my duly! author Lakt A nust 22 '.
Wimico and SL Canal
47.tf FREDERICK TOW LI i f ised attorney'in fAdministrat f JotepKi Company. t L-

Ocfc 4th, 1834. ((9tf) .: :. 1--At.* ---1 )HXSO AN instalment of he dotUr per share is hereby LI I NOTICE.i '

m are authorised to announce C pt- JOSEPH The subscriber employed a ffcfcA-Afdbrr direct I \ 0'' ,B *i v wn deceased.wr required to be paid to the Treasurer ai the it T the next Jan.JUytnn of GadJden .

MOORE M a Candidate represent Leon from England; and assures the public, that work "USt 2aI .. wroply Company's Offce in Apalachicola on the first day of I : te underiiried, fourt. ">. tor c tJ

,\ 0tMauy in the next Legislative Council. entrusted to him in his line, shall be done any fiiif IX WEEKS .-L: ltt.- ; ; I' September next, and a further instalment of JirtIcrs d0l-I l Wall and Testament of Johnalhan Tho-null 0 ?
June tTth 1935. promptly tr C4' to the Boon
-- 46tf- and in the best manner. F. T. norabl the C '. .'l (/ :' : County for !I per share_i_on of the...i.first.. fl.ATHOS.BERTRAMSec'y.day. of October next.Bv will with pre said vnt his account* and Yt ichen for Wui!
----- -- ---- etate, and to
Li are authorned \-IES.. A.J Letters of Admini. -I pray ''vhar tti
to announce n .p t 'e WILLIaM =
YW BERTH PLOT. Esq. as>Candidate to repre- In GaL,&* Superior xvs. Court-.May Term, 1335. I SMITH, late of sai -.-* ..I' H. ,! ACII.\\I-, t
Apalacliicola I GidsdenCo.Jnne
Daniel August 51-Shr.
Bird S
: Compt .J.I.6mI
:i Iti& Lenn connty in the next Legislative Council. .* R 3UNTER.

June 27th 1835. 4Stf August 22 ..
months after dma .7
-L Thomas Preston jr. E.tractfrom tht minutct of < meftinf of the Stockltfl-I SIX i lt -

:', WE arr authorised to announce ARTHUR MACON Wm. D.JonezLiuieberry Land For Sale. dcn. held on the 20/A utt. .t I I and Vrmcho aa.Ext. :itq the -

Esq. as a candidate to Leon H. Jones, IN CIU C&r. "Rtsolted, That the Directors oe, and they are Jo .n Lester de'a.su. uv H' "o estaIcf
'I represent subscriber desirous f
n leaving Dccatur couni i f-jr the UJt1 c.
Aunty in the next Legislative Council. The heir of Edward t THE Gf'f', offers i for sale his b.'J.ulifula'Hrill1: I I! hereby authorised to c' 11 upcn tbe Stockht!den fro i County ofLeon, ard ,, : d e. _

Jnne2Gtb,1835., 46if Doyle, deed., and the and tract of land on the northern *> i r time tn Mine, for such instalments as they may deem JA? l..f. I ,
sus ro rm
heirs Wm.Hambly. j expedient, and the wants of the Compeny W 11. i E' 'L !
.lie require .xecu
fror. the of may
are authorised to announce EDWARD town Cbattahoocrife, c'\sism.r '* March S "
WE : Provided that 2ht 1R3.
DLER candidate / ITT appearing to the satisfjctio.i of the 250 acres, 35 cf xvhicli are in cultivation the notn'talmentbc called for w iir- 3 znsI
Esq. as to : re-.a n i
repre. least
JL Court that the Defendant?, Thorras il'-r lies wtil ti.r.bcred 1w thirty days public notice being given in I
f tnt Leon in the Council. chiefly nj. and
county next Legislative i majn-'i'a. TaIahas-e! .NOTICI _
I Apalachicola
Preston and Wm. D. Jones do MI and Columbus. I
1nefl,1835 not reside in v iiii iom" "ew pine. MosquiitoCrc :
:kpassinz T
I but reside in Town of near RtMtvfdj That all instalment' on Stock which Jt the next Jaruary Tr'i.i of t}.
Territory the Columbus Geo. ly t1 rcu=1. tl.- c-.nire of the tract affords an excellent may j County COQtC
JJ-: We authorise be called for by order of the Board of Direcu and I of Gads-'jra C u-. y. thrtrau' "nUt
are to announce and the residence of the heirs of Edward Dyle decJ. mil1; .site; cc.rivtnU.nt. to timber both for building and ;j I A"-:
I the : -
which shall not be paid when due shall fJe forfeited r ot e Ute f RdrpreKr.1 I% G -Jo
CSO. R. DENNIS. Esq. as a candidate to : and the heirs of Wm. H-imbly, is unknown: It is S./tWIIe. : l".nns
rtprewa his
JL I therefore on motion of the C&mpl.\mants Solicitor II The baildin< tlweHin to the Company; but the Directors may exercise tbtir .cct-'in's. :r.u V wt.. rs fo dte'di:1 l
on County in the next Lxpiilative Councl. :<, ;: house, kitchen, crib, icea own disereuon said estate, and tr. ".. Iet&klnent_'
March 28! 33-tf ordered that publicatiun be made agreeably to tht house, 4-c. are all in good order and in remittiip penalty: Provided, pnv e. :l1red! t I
statute in such case made and provided, and that ssu' I water. convenient to the money is tendered ,ithin 30 days after it becomes JA: :.S : cILCBRI j E
MIDDLE DHTRICT.-GADSOCN SCFEEIOR COCRT due, and in all cases interest at the rate of S I GadvJen county. June IS, ., 1 r.
defendants appear and plead, answer ur demur, to To a person inclined to settle in thr of the per cci': 45. ;,
JDdtid G. Renry & } In Trespass en the case I vicinity per annum must be paid oo the instalment from :
upon the complainants! bill fled in this cause, on or before I t A p hehiroh Arsenal, ths farm will afforJ! I the .
Ct W. Harris I as many it N 0 f-----
OD rrcrAise.s.traditg the first Term day was uue. TIC
day of next of this Court, or the cililiefl as any other tract of l.itul !
containing: no
4c.; aum s od respondendumf ; more THOR BEPTRAM, Sect' p'-S' rs rann.
will be
same pro CC-J/MJO. acres It fon it to excellent 4L ir.y drnarn1 5
o11 4. Raney, > for 1000 damaces. A true copy. hah) will rival any place in the nt'i spring. hborhrod., and fi>r Office of the L. W. and St. J. C. C. ) ;! .' of Cap TI*.s. Wi kea S&Z1r.3thtts.: .
Attached -
vs. I Attoc\menl for f 519 issued Attest Apalachicola, July 23, 135. ; u-.- .-f J'as.n sI.ec
y :> County
J. R. HARRIS, Clerk. to the firm there will hind
are 30 head of stork In
ik fI& Pigg, I June 19. 183 -returnable..Vrj May23 41-4m cattle, and the number of 1 I NOTICE i: m<"":<, f>\ the .vne U the u5-scr b.- attected--
sams stock hog5, which wilt r, "tIJo
rmifr Tf 1S35TIE t Cans ; J"h
m .
l.cqt'y. ,
defendant and ftll 1! others interested- are here TO THE PUBLIC. The be sold! with it, or separate, to suit the purchaser 1 I I SIX months from date we will present our vou--h the said ; .. 'ie ire it heev< *, and z'l Ddtbr.etllJ

notified of the of the said nii crop of corn (probably 500 bushels) potatoes I rc and accounts f'.r a settlement, and shall 'q'lrt to mtlre
institution and ap -he
: 0
rf the issuing of said Attachment and to appear,and I I THE citizen I have* of the United Mr.S THFOBUD ates arc informed HOWARD, peas can, ic., will nlso be disposed of in like manner.. II ply to the hon. Co.inly Court rf Gadsden County for I suscriv.r.. J- 111:; A "UTHBERJluaLfied r4JItU,
appointed The above will Luersof )
be sold low Disrrission
plead to the declaration filed in said case, according Columbus, my Agent for the sale of the patent indulgence be property the for cash, or it .r.r. Il._ I..L 'tYLJ__ L. _Administratorsofthec5t'tt_, . : i fH' 2 I ,41,..r. E1ecutat. I
required purchaser can be AACO.IIr..W.U n uuc.-, 01
13 the Statute in such case maule and provided. accommodated flAIL \jlun1Y lIf cd. I
granted in favor for the of nwcr.
my manafa-turimj by applying on the premises toEHRAIM WM WILDER Adm'rAX -s _
Dated June 19, 1835. t DV.PEPH.AND I
Any desirous this fo1\ I''ER4O1PLA1N
person purchasing any county -
,. D. \'ESTCOTT,1r.lunt RIGDON. BURNLEY, AJm'x. } ,. ?
would do veil Mr. Projttr
or to b H. of
counties wi Decatur co. Gco. Au. 8 52.3w May 30 42-6m 1cn.e PItlrit"ira't. tI
w .
27-h 1835. 46-4ra Att'ynrri'ttT. Before his drpanur for Florida and the Western .0, ri 7e.1t veirj. i i it dcr4.t1l hu U
CXECUTOR-fl NOTICE. States, which will be in about hree Creeks. Fresh Groceries. NOTICE. j attenuen to !hrev.. .:. -f chrmc or iittthr4' cntJrt }
c.s 'n-'iths after da'js I shall THOMAS BENETT SHAW. months from date I will Cbf'S.! hu sW'.r .i _:. .; .-t"r.la 1 .
I'X accounts ,
present my Touchers cm'\ry.is al'd
I SIX present my I Jhes.s. fn ... :. e
nrd v.ucheis for final settlemea. and apply to CcumbusGe.! '. Aug. 14, 15. 5--lw GEORGE II. LINDKNBKRGER has received accounts for a settlement, and shall apply < in : : .; i :.,tt. r frf.rn SU r31 i .

the Hon Judj-e of the Coonty Court of Lenn Co. l : arrivals, and offers for sale low for I: to the hon. County Court Gadsden County foLd-' n m&ieTtgetailt! r.p.-i. ; fll. v -.*!;:en lIP h'nt prX
Ja.r-.es Thurmond JUSE 10th 1835. 11'-.1 tel i of r ismis. name \lt/iciriaf :>:. r.. i-"Lr l et le- Ie
for: a discharge from the Executorship of the Estate J lon as Administrator of the estate of ; t t1r' ; .iticltUl
n'tt:1chmtnt.. J 10,000 Ibs. Bacon, assorted, : Richard Mashborn late : proved far m---ie ft.T; > i..t ;-.3R ar
of John K. Campbell, ocrA. of said Co'I"- y. deed. *> r"r.r Lererj
J. \V. \ 2,000 Sbs. best New Orleans |Ih c*>\'rcj, in cuniip tr.cs di !
FRANCIS EPPES, FVr. Day, Star, TH S GRAY, AdnuV. mind ;> ftssr.; m:1l.1dI':3of
.r.m Defendar.t and all others 300 do. Lo.tf do. jluincy. May 30 42-6m j a: 'j oJy"bc!. are TilE Jtr the nH.t\trm.
40 bis. fire sweepiRuUrms DnI
ted are hereby notified super Flour II'!" ard
Storing & Shipping Cotton. that Attachment his be:tn surd out of the officer 5 do. Molasses 1 I In the Superior Court for the County nf Leon, PL.STIr! ia tikew.v a-4 a!..-iStccriaui care Lnn.C fc-1'I'

4STURGESill "'endto Btnrin and >( the Clerk of GuWcn! County Court (rloRnd) 10 do. Rum, i Mid. Diet of Florida, April 30/A, 1&35. Lucr.ent the tLlES. .)
KERR '.he Defendant 10 do. Whiskey Samuel Hale Trustee, and) J Anir.iigihe symp; .u nf Dvs
. Cotton-they will also! dvance on and nil others inteiested. are hereby J > "t'? i3"r'd Lrer-e.
4i Couoo entrusted to their care for shipment to any rtquircd tc anpcar and pkad to the dechration filed 30'Kegs LinJ, Cretll'r., Cnrnpl'iJt. aea.nst I f I plaints, are fiatucncyf! &'.;:rueL or bunn'r.* in the .
in the 2U Ritgs C.,ffee t John 11. Parker, John W I I mach, mdanrIoly,trT.:ahfY: sriouth
1 market in the United Stales or elsewhere; and will c. FERGUSON, t l!: tA.t'in
Jnnr 13 I 2U BiskctsO Clam1.air.e W'.r. j 3Iasse, C. C. '\?itia.1h CUANCCCT. |! ; great lrrf" Itaf'1j" of :,
I purchase at either their Store t in Tallahassee or St. I 4 .3m Att'y. for Pl-iintifT. i ari".t"h'h 3
).r,4PlI. flet4th. _. 1931 18tn. : C3sks r.rrn fill- t----.- -<..'-_ nnd. RoUert_ W. WiHjnm! >. I! i,,' tir.M \r\.us! 3..l1 dt rtf.t:- tau.--- .. ....II...a-!. .1.,cm.
.l STORAGE Tallahassee I I I ana Jane AiKn : I I thirst. ftlul Lrtaih. : '
AT ST. MAKKS.HE 22d'15t, 2-tf : .ti'CI1rl I roIJSt' Ci '.t5i rf tfc :stomatk'i ;

TREASURER'S NOTICE. T subscriber having rented that large and commodious N. B. The subscriber return? his sincere ackr.owletlgrmenls a' of Edward Aen! dccd.Ocfenie.tts. j| j[! of and the-ru t.o'rc1s.tatOIlS. palpui! '. air' WSI. ,'s';, ,':! .rit7

i TREJTURER'S OFFICE, ] Warehouse formerly occupied }y for the very exerisive p-ttn.nage lie ha> j .;, in the prf IT)11 tne fttocach iftfr" mta!.

TAi.LAnA.sstt, March 8th, 1335. > Judge Crane, takes this opportunity of informing his received, and pledges! hi.isi.if; that no.i.ing on his part, I THE aujpoena awarded :In this !i p\IO mind! luaJ, dzzii.s ,r rert.j.- ; (,r.fi..S'D

1%Yan act passed 21st Noveml,. 1829, it is pro- : friends nnd the public generally, thit all goods stored shall be wlr.'in. to please the people ii i ger.eral. .j I not having hten cxej ,*'-- t'I in the, atttnJ.wal: the los r.! -vr-, : ;!a"inr

tided that all Bonds executed by Auction "rsthill I with him, shall have his strictest attention, and their G. H. L. j.I ted on the fen-Jants, John H. Parser! trd .hhr.V.. :: stomach whitii H:1p., < LiiLte.s. afi'f.cticn cC I

f b* Judre of the County Court' orders will be attended to with promptness and despatch I, fMasiie i and it appearing to the satisfaction of tie, sight ari learjn p.a .cd .I mt JJ the bel

to the Treasurer' ofthl' Trrrifr.ry Florida; anr1 th.itfJl EOWIDOnSEY.. EDGE' TOOLS. I IJ j Court that they are no: mhabi nls uf this District: languor, disturbed sleep! cold: fc t and !iisjid!, tnmof

Auctionevrs shall quanerly in each year mmcn- April 13 3C-tf THE subcrri.cr! "Xj;:(-cls toS o "' ']>\.'*<\ with Axe. :. .! hve in the tnited States, the sate? J>hn II. Parker i.:! urie3inss brfa in the throat, cau;!h para: in tie side c*
in t,5tc-
Western ]
oilier: Fte TO..IJ : Distiict cf this Territory: and the
d'inLon! lh 1st January, tmr.smitto the Treasurer :-:1 vit- r.-.ir.arii.: jr.rv r fVftrren said
tuder oath, t.kentfnre some Judge, a ropy of all EVGRd VL\ G. \ Hun & Co., DI.UJ. ..., 'bI h ;,,::l antI 1!! J..1I11IdSSIt 1:1 the State of Virginia: It is or- The \Y t1t41afit lead ", or-e..i ,1"*ttlor.S tiC tlt -

ale effected by him wuh the amount and at what O H. Throop. Engrcrer, of Bink No:'s. Maps, \viil! sdl thorn at \ h les11t', u t... rv pri'':". viith f.v...' J;}'dertu. .. ti i it the said Defendants appear aad answer I.: itrmach, .liver ar.d l.cartteniir 11:115mDrop r'onsumron.

time ind j hcc, and for whwm the same was madtJSow f Portraits, Heads of ::11s, Barnes* and Visiting nl, Jiio:11""I"t '"f !:"Ti i.-ri'l' 'rt.4"S Ts! :ti.C J !' t.nr'sinanrs bill accr.rdin: to law. And that a .. Appltty.. &". acccrilir.* tc.:.e climate baS .

allAuction, are required to take notice of Cards Diplorr.as Notarial pnd Society: Seals, t l''aTTa.1cd-o .', :J thcy .r.ik .:.. .- 1 ii'v. Ir.tJ.' .. : c..r.V.I'.(ti.is: order be for'.. ..with'in trtc-J In the Flori- j j its, !c, sex, and temt cr-m vit f tie patimt.

1 .iJ law and conform it, or suits upon thir Bonds D(aor Pl.itc, nnd all kinds Masonic Engraving executed !
fftust be ;instituted. Ju,i;c of the County Courts are I in a superior manner. Specimens It.c seen; Th Axes are now l 1"oipg maJe I-T uj.s rr.'tJ-' !. 8:', I i (S ;..tJ. } THOS. RANDALL, Ju.Jgc. and v>le pro'rte'.',:. A.

irqu.trfd without !dstl forward, piopcrly certified I I, at Wilsons Book Store where odrcrs may be left. Wii! o* rto-ived ih-ntiy. GEO LAWMAN' } T. J t. Liss, Clerk. I Tutimvlliub.-"ur.a-os '{rt ftcs mi;i J.t lc ti tJ.
and r.riprovcd' the Bonds; of Auctioneers in their pos i T allah.sseeIarch 19th 1835. -April- Hth, J l1.3CMr.iItOVANI'S---- j: 42-3m Juct.d rclatl\-e to tl.e-;- --'lrAnr." ---. -';.. ..n...J {_Uh,ut'i -norme" ,

4 .* i..n CHARLES AUSTIN, I ;iCy Sign and ornamental painting executed as abore. TOXIC- --- MIXTURE ) by using! these rr e hctr.e. ; l/uth' fob.Yn! ; reuV M!| 1-Ii

J31 t1I] Tr'.i'U"C1" (If the Trritrtry r
Now Books. STAGE TO "JACKSONVILLE.The I dnti-Costice Pills. IC MIXTURE. From Dr. Jnn's ion Lice, .htlcr o tke Xedical C"'Id' 1 t

F 'ffl.QP U3T received The .Y'i'.lll.ct I f the numerous FULL uppy! of this rainitte: medicine is Family J'i fj'Vfj*. tL
Friz- informed just
Virginia, public are 1cr attempts to palm A -Ol.Lrn,. L. .
: 2\hh}
f zlc Pumpkin, The Coquet, A Wiaterin the '; M that a regular Line of Sta- if un irni'r.tijr.s of Rc.wand's8Iu.able Aicdi- received. 1 shall hereafter hue itconst.tntlyon To vhem it may cUI'Icfrn.-Th s :s 1 13I. tj
I' 0
cines on the he has hand. certify, that 1
Wes Allm Pr7tt. Ix-tter-j public- determined
1 Sharp Exccn'ric to confide the have witnessed the operitic:* of Dr. Peter's _
I Ca:1.ten: oiid!a "'ariN Miscellaneous and School gea bas been established sal'-J cxusi! *>'ely to agents in ditferen parts of the IT IS WARRANTED TO aE A SAFE AND rFrrcrr.LaEMfDT Stomathier Hepatic Mt&ent

lt Tt! ; ncligil ''jiT'-airf>r 1515. The Tcrn andt I ; leaving Tallahassee every Monday morn- had, and to guard the more erTe.-:uaiiy against the im-:{I THE DiRccTioKs. Reports having been en- unted! : wise in severs! {"!!- l.I'CT LJrr.O.lS, f lont tandinghkt-. j

i.1 St-.i. nir f.if IftJ: 'V\! WILSON. inland, arrJIt Jacksonville on Saturday-from !i priaitions of unauthorised venders ; He has instructed that this mixture contains arsenic, I am directed by j; and irs ac* *'ere :"-::<" Tt. I. CJftt.c I plttnj fll
M.rii :5 h :t3-tf :I whenre travellers! to the North will find ready con-1 I his a tnts in Boston, New York, Phil idelphia, and t the Pioprielor to say that these reports are nttniy alst' fcitat.t-nir. deflaii::= ': t'.e rr.: rallibic I ff. I Lne to U.
i t'
veyanceto St. Augustine S' ges, and toSavanu'ib i j; Baltimore, to mate no teles to merchants and others -find I am also authorised to offer a Rticard vj 10i, i fur ihov nreperatioa
"STOIlAGfi! STOHAGK STORAGE! !q! I ij ; 000 D-jll&rs {I dis.rcisinr' ci'tnts tlu: .t h?! 'rr within : n
the the come
i by Steamboat. Fare tLrc each w"v S 25 CK' j any of Medicines to be carried South for salt! j to any one who will prove the existence- < kr.o
IX addition to I his ware-house the Jan.25, 1S35. [I23tfl JAS. M. HARRIS. I La.ge quantities If a pmicious article in imrjiiion of {! of the least particle of Arsenic, Mercury, Antimony, "j my JAM> LWEU M.D. .,
| the genuine Mixture have been or any other poisinous ingredient! in it. \\:1 'sCVui.r Jxx 1934. 1'
4i ) *r hlS recentlyerrcted build manufactured by Lui j j '
a spacious The if
& nr 80 by 23 feet, for receiving cotton and : .ed.cirir
South tale. The authorised L, > Stnmacljcat lIej
for name Rowland instead persons except agents will he furnished \ itj- et
of !
subscriber has received and will open imme- and is tl.e buttles of | the Proprietor with the mixture jutcz 'j.! :!:* c'l-e of Dj : -jr ia unJ Liver _
Marks. DcccmWr27ih THE on the imit tion. The to sell again. I Compjaicts !
(mxt door South of Mr. Matter's store) article may be had of the folio! .un genuine J j agent for Middle Florida, and am assured anisore M. 1 j'I from ;..':'s-:rrJ! exp-.nen.-e'. \\ !J. G. JOHNSON. !
NOTICE.TIIE an ass.ntmeiit of BOOKS and STATIONaRY ftnd would persons, \ .io are by j lr. p'cbuz!
in this i Rowand that :vl"hl"3' Hfpa I
toe only Jgrnts part of Florida and (except small lot sold to Mr. Ecclec \ : Jar puto]>
Georgia. :I:
subscriber will six months from date, apply be glad to supply! his friends and the community in i 1 E. B. Peikins, General i not a single bottle has been or will be sent, or sold bj, j i Tnnc'.s: w; h :&l! trirecft> tT: tl.rFroo: 00
the of the general, with any nrti-Its in Ins line on the most reasonable Tallahassee! him t j,I'I( I w ill be *
Court r.es
Judge County of JeffersonOounty William Kerr &. Co., Thomasville to any person Middle] Florida, except to mea. j{ ;ry to complete a curt. .
;; for a ofamission from the Administration ofthe f term5 Although his assortmeLt is not yet James C. Eccles, duincy i tIf .irstnic has been diieorered in mixture callel l'it: jince ts .51 a p tri'r!.
any !
t. estate of Isaac Miller, dc.-'d, late of said county. very g"nera1hr.! rxj vts to make it so by shipments already Kerr & Sturges, St. Marks, I !ILieanfs, stuitiste been in seme oj the j' A ;rut quaiitry of ui at-cv very vsluallc preparations !. '
FRANCIS P. MILLER. Adm'r. made! aiyl] others to be made by the first vef- Thomas Alexander! Hickslown, :\ ta1iciis. All persons therefore, who wish the gtnuint imi- i \ ii! be kept ro:,.' \,' ;,-. on hard ty r
23.1. 1 31. 46.Gm sels from the North. Tnic Mixture E. B PER KINS Tallahassee
Jun. Darius Willkims & Co. -should be cautious whom ; I
: Monticello: they
; - He has also the Christian Almannck: published expressly chase pur It Who is auth'-"! .< : .J:s ( rtFcni
label :
FOR SALE. Golding Folsom, :lickl500kf.I it: My will be en every bottle soli: !by me: t ; *e t'rat\ltoo!(- i'
for Florida] sale!
cakalatcd for the Meredun of or !.
I reta? on as .cjs-nsblf:
A FIRST rate PIANO FORTE The label of E. B. Perku.s will be all the E: B: PERKINS Sole Aeem for Middle Florida. trnns as tleycaati I
appfy fR > Tallahassee and cnntainin \r.nmatter\ in relation! I sold on bottles N.w23J obtained t.f th'- prll''jcz".. ;,\-
the above
: a J. hACKLE to the Territory, which he offers for sale either by the by agents. I5tf.M Doct's. HJ-.MES &. \ "i: Li .*.' Ca-nboiltoni

1iiirZ41 I _42.tf.KIRKPATRICK_ gross,dozen, or single copy. I T.iui.-rge! July 7th, 1337. 48tf .,.,-. -JI.'r.. .:..1.__ n_ *_ ...

i' Dec. 13. U :U. IStf JAS. S. LI1.i' In Gndsdtn Superior Court JOS.; PR UpJ.lrruro.IE: TLEY PETERS. I.

Henry Gee, The :l.otrlrc few am-r:: he many persons&.&
r ;: A l cautifal l deep reil) sorrel now rising I vs.Litllebury. ;iuivc been ehor enurc'y' ciueJor reiy! bcneSwd

E ; four years eld, 15 hands high, nnd I I H.comp.l within! tic' las: "'rt :Ive m.::hs, Ly the use't-f Dr. Fe- ;l

in high health and visor, will stand the Henry W. IK CJIA CIP..t. ters' Medicinx ScociacLicar e: Ilei\it3 withic i tIlt

; I c/xsulnp sciv n Quincy, GalsJen county Florida, Gsbnel Smith and j tate Georgia..
At Mount Pleasant Decatur Geo' Tallahass 1&RRANTZ Benjaruin Mrs. Abner Hrks I
county, at ward j j : Wilkinson.:
! FLji Ida, and will he let to Marcs at f 7 the single Respondents. J Irs Capt. James \VIl.. do.

J ; !eao-$.fO the season, if paid at any time within the IT appears! from satisfactory evidence; that the Defendants Col Vm.F..B.-rid, Jo. .

easn, $15 if paid after the season expires, and |20 Henry \V. Peebles, Gabriil Smith 'VayneV.. Erfind! .; Esq. Lr.urer.

10 inspre mare to be in f>aJ, which will become due Benjamin Ward, do not reside in this District, and but ADE Bryan Allen, Esq da.

;: $ I a* K>)n as th, marc is ascertained to be in foal, or reside in the States of Alabama and Lousiana It is I and sold wholesale and Re- Col. John W. Porter, Morgan..

r. parte* itb-Also 25 cents to the groom, to be paid therefore ordered thit they do appear before the:Judge tail, in Frederick county Md. by C Herston Sanford Chapman. Eiq, Jones. ',

t-5' in eYer. case as soon as the service is rendered. of the Superior Court for the Middle District concerned in the Patent with Dr. Judkins. Alexander Ir\"lO. q.1LS.hir.gtoa
of Florida
.; '. Pt ig'tt.-Kirkpatrick was ?'ired by Monsieur Gadsden County, [silting in The above Ointment is offered to the public as a Col. Geo. Mathews, Green.

't .' Tonwn, one of the most celebrated borses in the State before the first day of the next November chancery Term], on cr sale and certain remedy for those obstinate diseases, I arch 1st, 1315. 30f

of Virginia Monsieur Tonspn was by the Pacolot, -C. said Court and answer the bill filed by the Complain of acme of which have so long baffled the skill of medica .; -"

,I he by the imported horse Citiren. he by Pacokt of FULL supply of Landreths' superior garden ant in this case otherwise the same will be talccn science. DR. REFE'S

ngland, he by Blank and by Goldolphin, Ara.bian herb and flowerseeds just received and warrenied, con[tim. pro lit White Swellin 'of every description. ZB33&5TX&2I

; Yds dam by TOR Gallant, he by Gf Hahn, Gallatin by fresh ; by 1. B. PERKINS. July 18 49.101 2d Spre Legs and ulcers of long stanrding. DaW 33 I
I of lkp JM
onc the
m<>*1 efficacioa.
r :3d componndsjo
impoited Bedl'ord,4c. his ochirniBor I
'n 4<_ grandam by Grey I March 1st. 1815. 30ifA ."tlidd Dist- _rt-l.l'on__ .c......._;. .""._'. tl.n..h..1._._ .... __Glandular___._ .___T__ mours._ ___ _._ _particularly I i TEau }JEDICA.- --. -rnr-. th-.- -"OrA-.. .Fltr. ..-.., ..1..-.. -Jintt. .-
' --V..1. IIUjlVlI.uAr, u IorLca l'earnougnt dam nn --- -'l" 4' "'"1' v. W U1UUIU..U .umeo IS urec1:5t W nlcn olten
: by Herod, who was pot by Diomed 2d by Shark 3d John H. Browning and B. ) I limes terminate in ulcerated eancfrs. ;| erate Disease, produced by a n impart lUte of tw
'T Clive. 4th 5th FRESH DRUGS WINES F. Browning, Merchants 4th i blood! and a vitiated habit of b.Kfy, and usually exWi*
by by Lath by Fearnought.Cth by Janus I | Felons, or wnat some people know by the name
Pr 7th by Whittington, 8th by Janus. Tom Toughwas Surgical Instruments and Co-Partners trading I o' Catarrhs, of every description. ting tliemelves in the forms of Scrofala Salt RbeaO*
tS.c.I under and using the Leprosy. St.ntboDl's Fire Fever Sores (tttIl wWhe
name 5th Rheomatie
gotten by imported Escape out of Col. Hoome's ) A.TTACn ST. Pains of the jOln .
Celebrated HAVE just received lull of Brown & Co. | 6th bones are affected.) WhiU Swelling's(ifw
Fairy, she by old imported Bedford, out of a supply of fresh Sprains and Bruises of every description or in
Gen. Spotswood's imported Maaabiina Those who Drug, Medicines and Chemicals. Pure vs. whatever part situate. with Dr. Jeob's Liniment.) Foul: and obstinate Lk'sore

desire to see a more detailed account of his pedigree PORT, M.iDElR.1 & MVSC.1TELLE WINE William B. Shelton.! J J 7th Tetters of all) kinds. In this complaint the legs and eyes scald head in children,scona*
And performances [Monsieur in THE Defendant and al! others interested iient, in the pa scorbutic goat. Pimpled or Cort uncled Faces.fc"ri8
Tonson] are referred to bottles, imported for the of the arc hereby applying Ointment mast keep the
specially use part
notified of enptions. and venerial taints the bod/
Bkinner's Turf Registei, January No. IS3 sick. Weigand & Snovvden the institution of this suit that Attach. out of water hrongbont
fI Monsieur Tonson's colts have sold at very high rum TREPHIWINO a t superior AMUTA- ment has been issued and that they are hereby required 8th Chilblains or parts affected by frost. which tut caM the drops often core when mmt1.

prices: 1 SAW their improvement, he having had last OBSTETRICAL, EYE, DISSECT- to appear and plead to the declaration according to I It is also one of the best remedies for Barn and fails. They are also the best Spring and Aatamr

. fall more winners than the get of any other horse in IHO, and POCKET INSTRUMENTS, in cases. the statute in such c.tse made and pro ided. : ycalda. Itea.sesthe pain and draws the fire oat ia physic to purify and cleanse tic system from hlLalOut

America- the beet evidence however of opinion STOMACH POMPS and PIPES Silver Lancets and LEIGH REID Att'y. for PlfTfs. short time. a which frequently appear at the e seasons of tie 1***'

of him is, that paid last November ten my thousand Lancet Cases and Nurse Tubes, &c. August 1 51-tf For Inflamed Women's Breasts, and Glandular, They also aid the process of digs i ion.and, by paruj o

dollar cash! for him. Chesterfield, Va.8th Feb. 1831. An assortment of DRIED HERBS from the MEDICAL COLLEGE OF GEORGIA. Swellings, it superior to any iredicine yet known to of the the blood prevent the secretioi i of malignant >BIDO ,
The relies apoa
W. R. JOHNSON. Shakers- which are Lemon Balm Lectures the medical faculty It is much safer than lung proprietor -onSdently
I among Catnep, in thi. institution .1 mercurial the 'Jdrops
will >
THE be resumed vast number surprising effected bjr
. 4 Hie great grandam of Kirkpatrick Hysop, Mint Sweet of any prepartion of that material because Mies
4 was purchased 3ge, Majoram, Savory the third Monday in October ,) it does in thtollh-
and not only Boston and i ,but
nut s vicinity
Of CoL Hoomes ofBo Thvme not lay the patient liable
liDl.Green. Va. continue to from
at the of Cellery 8tc.LIML usual injcrj
price six month. They will be deliver expose to oct the Union for the best ,foftl ireiceHeP '
loot when a small colt pro
ported and highly and is stock descended from his im JUICE and LEMON Sracp. ed by L. A. DUGAS, M. D., on Anatomy and Phy. cold.This Ointment has cared an unfailing alterative medicine, in all U* ease.*> .
approved horses. sores
Thus it SPICES of iology.PAUL many stand
every kind-Genuine INDIA CCRRT. years specified. This article has rec Cathy been PrODO'by *?
will be teen that inl.Vbere it I i.
Kirkpatrick combine in an eminent English, French and Preniis's EVE, \1. D., on the Principles and Practice impossible or imprudent t. heal the aPbysician of the first ability. whs bad sit..
degree two of the most approved stocks of hor.e* in Soaps and Per- of external sore, in conaeqaeoce of the bone becoming lespec .
England and America, viz-Tbe Medley and Diomed fumery. Mrs. Miller's celebrated Swcrr. May- A CUNNINGHAM Surgery. carious or rotten, it will stop the of tLe'carle. nessed its *nrprutng efficacy, fc entitled, in him 0'
M. D on the progress ion take the lead of all tie articles k
Stock JAS. H. T. LORIMER. nard & Noye's celebrated Ijir and INK POWDER- Practice Principles and increase the quantity ol the discharge, the to p)p01ar
of remove of
edifice. 'Tor the above and it &tibU I
complaints. deed it b gV1
Gadsden Co. Flo. THERMOMETERS HYDROMETERS fansive rrmell, and the
April 1835. 37tf &. JOSEPH A. EVE, M. D. ease pain. Coa
Therapeutics and M point in public estimation.
Extract of a Letterfroin Col. Fort of W. Fhrida E. B. PERKINS. teira MediCA. cares vromt Felons or Whitlows on an appli
Price $1 bottle, u6 bolUei
'As regards Kirkpatrick! I have entertained a high: Tallahassee, July 9th. 1R3J.. risnA \t. ATOY.l\1.- ---- -n.. .nn. rt .h.u- _.I y-u cation-. of 48. hoars.nnenmausma .- a A or $ 5) .
u & -- u.e" U\Ii ILUU Ullieluieso which nave If. IVELFESand AST.IIATIC 'JLL3
.pmlOD 01 *' f Ule nrst seaton on l .bon training Women and Infants. stood so long as to become !
I test the speed of him and Mariou, Pittman's coiL they : L. I. FORD M. D., Chemistry and Pharmacy. a systematic disorder, requires medicine to be taken inwardly a Uttte attention to their tim!!Il d n'D-Jlrttio'J'Ji' !

trere tried on a push of two miles, when Kirk was too I THE TERMS ARC: to remove them entirely. Bat in most common ruaally ensure a mitigation of th ae disorders. Tcrally

I. fbl to run one, andiust&ined himself well Matriculation Ticket to be taken cases applying this Ointment externally as directed effect scare. The Pilla ai e alsoan eyfectaal aad
corning out I 00
once $1
) will
About the same space between them as they started Tickets for the Full Course 100 00 give relief. And even in old people, whoa remedy r the symptoms preeeediagpanjinf **- S

Marion had the order-Kirk was then turned out and Ticket for Practical pains have been uf longer standing, it will ease the the Asthma, and Con umptian. F- '?' '
Anatomy, once only 10 00
: got very fat, had no exercise but walked to water I Diploma Fee 10 00 pain.To Coughs difficulty of Breathing tightness

. twice per day, quite rough, when there was a match II I JOHN W. WILDE, President. ea captains and master of rtsacb this ointment across the chest, Wheezing, pa. a in the
made to run him against J. Bullock's Slazy dub of a L. D. FORD Sec'jr>wV) rd of Trustees. rout very valuable in winter on our coast it being of blood, dtc. Few cases can occur of U .
be beat her with Augusta very certain in ita effects on Cbilblai-u affected nlass of disorders which the rchasercf Dr. ***"
which the or
&he utmost ease, under UCTION SALES.-The subscriber having loca. July 10, |..35.rjuiy 18 8-491) with frost it parts pi
, A pt( io good Urns. On training him the last season tad himself in Tallahassee to do like wise pies yea ita qualities in aUdi Pill will not find a rich return fc r their tnmaf tJ r-"

-'. f titi WM take with the colic, which I supposed wouldIjJ commission! business,regular proposes sale a gen Book: Binding. matesA ,. itnre.ICT. __..

14 ,. him for nearly twelve hour in spite of all I alien and Saturday.He days,Tuesday J NO. BALDWIN respectfully informs hii(rends Urge mass of testimony proving the value of this Non are genuine unless tigned on the .1
medical &t&nce. And will and the most excellent medicine will be shewn to those wbo I printed t> thewl )rietor. T. KJDDnimediate t :
lion and us I know when he also attend administrator and other sale public in general that he has re-com wish farther wrapper y pro "
, nnvJt*.WM Hi no order, and was held in by the rider. in the county. BQBfiftT J. HACKLEY. menced Book Binding in this city, in the store now tOn., or to information of hie oa applicalion to Dr Hen : successor to the late r.W. TC011wT. I

. flick' and Slazy run on a heavy course liiUe over a March S3d 1833. occupied l-y James S. Lynn Esq. All orders for bind. The any authorized agent For sale at his Counting Room, over No 99C
33tf above
. 1 raUo-Time Sm. 1)) sec. 'J'he oolt I have Kirk's get ,N. B.'Instruments of ing will be executed with neatnesc and despatch. Old the moLtine sold by special appointment of Street, near Concert Hill Both n, and I aLto by hill 17'

.e ,I-I((7ery prombii' hi to 1nI fcirp, larj ajui likely." n &ignddefp>tehtbv writing ft executed flACKLEV with neat books Ta.l1ihasse1 re-bound to March any pattern 7t$ required. patentee and warranted E. B. PERKINS.MOBtne. DRC,GIST. eial appointment, by E. B. P EIUINS! rsgp3S.ToJjabassee o.2)

JO..tfU TallQ
.aeo Jxnu-ffy 1st 1831.
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