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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: October 24, 1835
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
notis - AKP8647
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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ttSG located TANTED IMMEDIATELY, 500 Laborers i
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1I* Jr Florida, I' V and 200 Carpenters, to work on the following __tI 't! :
Wfer of the Roads-on the Lake Wimico and St. '
Joseph's 4
I ,:rstOLhC ctict in the Courts Road (West Florida) near the mouth of Anala- tIN 1.4 ::
,1i And Ol\dsJen, \ River, 30 miles from the town of Apalachico- 4CENTRAL
j tI:rIon GcrCia. : and on the Tallahassee and St. Marks Rail Road 111 .. .
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nnnera ftC> n ( Florida) from the City Tallahassee j .,t
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!3 perot. -mctuality: and of St. Marks. ..,

L to P Any portion of the above-named number of hands, ....... .-,,.
:;= 2i) (I,.tf find employment on either of the above-named -.f

.J. ( at the following rates, namely: Wages DIRECTIONS FOR ME ASURMISt -?" !
ToHN f r from 20 to SS per month; for Carters. The .
(mmVCV ) m 35 to $50 per month, and found. Height inditpenwblc.

ic c .(..! rfr' : The above-named Lines of Rail Road throueh 1. Round the chest under coat. ..' 5
pass
Bf it.' "i:1:I rffiolwH- tl I and hftalthv sections of country, connecting the 2. Do. Waisu -x !'
** n',,nrv and \ :\' with the interior, where no danger: is to be 'i 3. From back-scnm to elbow and bUt We join .. :
D'''u.Coartot AppealS at } I d of fevers, 4c. 4. Round the thigh. )
flf: i All those who 6. Round the knee
paid wish constant
him,post 1 employment and lib
t.r rcfte4l t.n( '7Lh. tR3-1. [% wage will do well to bend their course,this 5. From the hip-joint to the ancle.

FebrJ.1 A apply to the Subscribers, or to our Aeerts way, on; By the above scale of measurement,gen leraen J .
of the above-named Rail Roads.J. distance may be enabled to forward: their me&sufc, .
tTAMLlN D. & W. GRAY. which will ever meet with prompt attentio u '
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** 1' .'IT jir. ;iCJ: The Columbus Messenger, and Macon Tel. R. HALSEY ..ouId respectfully infon his cQf-

/s:TTOR.VE d to business ; i ph, will please publish this, once a week, until tomers and the Public general'-! mat he ,s coutiijn-
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Vill:\punctl\Llity. I>r<'(. 1st November next. The Savannah Georgian i ing the Tailoring Business in all1 its br:inches, :jts
t'r 80'1 -BFNCH Charleston Courier, will insert the above three successor to the late: firm of H. A. Pierson & Co./jtt
'r. '''''Jr. r. t\irts. a week. until the 1st November, and forward his old and well known Stand on Jo/Tenon street,

COTT N 0'1' accounts for payment, to our office in Tallahas opposite the Store of Mr. Dorsey. where he recciv-

) : Florida. in*; a fresh supply of Fall and Winter: Gods, consisting
: ubscrihcrs h\\'e: \ I September 5, 1835. 4.tf of a splendid assortment of Fashicnable Superfine
TIf thp
i5 d' nnder !' I Cloth, Casinurcs and Vest ings, of great variety -
1hry will attenQ to the i NOTICE. of colours and style, together vith a complete

r/s. HE Subscriber returns his sincere thanks :assutmcntj Fai.cy Articles, Stocks of the ,latest
to his styl',cravats: gloves, supenders linen d; ess fronts
friends
and the public in general for
: the liber-1 I I
JifcttiMescrs. an'l' collars, hosiery: Pungee handkerchief::, 4-c. &c.
I ement he has received since he
has
T\'l been in
.ChKftlm Ii :
Likewise i
: general assortmentoffashiouaheand! du-
Mr.l Wm. Mancr,and ? ('.place He,has and just solicits returned a continuance from New of York their patron- rnbif' ready made Clothing, consisting of Over Coats
r..J.: S1m ei an.l has ; Cloih and Goat Hair Camblct Cloaks Dress and
cd
ci\lSc brig Somersett .
direct
:- ; ; iel c cral assortment per of f.\llond from that place, a Frcx-k Coats, Goalees, Pantaloons and Vets of almost
\\ winter GOODS
L. MnrkJflfle 5th, of the following Articles to it- con- every style of goods and fashion>> A Iso Lines

; : Super blue, black, green, drab, and adclaid Dro.vd- and Cotton Shirts, Nctt Shirts Iraersc.. &c.- .'
will be ; Cloth Tiic Subscriber having on hand a. large and well
PROPOSALS : Do. double milled laid in stock of Goods will guarantee o furnish
TimhC'r, Cassimercs: of different colours.
those who may please to favor him with their custom t.
H.rer. Ft Marks: 1 omc } :\ ; An assortment of super Sattinets.
'\.. ",.<:<;rl trtnsn.rtin:.: .t. : t 100 pieces Negro Kerscyr: Linsevs and Fustians. for cash, with tiny article in his line.and on the lowest terra? .
'- : or prompt payment humbly ;olicit8, a$
'::7' Appy t th (j11i ] : : English, French, nnd American Prints.
he hopes to merit, a generous share ot patjionage.
c(I In TallAhawc.> Painted Muslins,Fancy Shawls.Handkerchiefs,and Tallahassee, October 1st 1835. 9tt'tYA'
,
N ( Super Pongees, Lustring and Fancy Silks,
tics.Ready ) the subscriber keeps constantly in his employ
..hn"xt January \ steady and first rate werkmen,he will guaranty
VT made Clothing &c. Cotton f
d t ,,\\n, tho !\ : 600 brown ; Bagging. to execute :\orders at the shortest noi::e. in the .
*,ViI 1 ali' Tc(wrarnt of \ pieces btearhcdplaid -stnppd Dome most durable! fashiunrble. style R. H ALSEY. -
.. ] Bale Rope; black castor, beaver, drab and Wool --- --- -_ ...rJ.'OIt
n.;Hprs".1 i tl.rirnrr} I:1tS: : : ) ; .
s-uJS .l Hats.A -f CH.\RI..ESTON r.
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f'i, nny &
.11 II. MF. 1 few dozen Walc ,onc Bonnets. The hr SOMERSET cnpt. -- : t

,,.. [). : : JOO pair Russett Broean Shoes. 1 Wm Lewinow, taking in I.

';:\.1. ;,,,.,r.fl. June. !5; !: 500 pair Kipped Brogan; Shoes.Gentlemen' freight, will sail 01. the l 'th'
*: and Ladies' Walking Sho250 I
( instant. For
freight or
to
\ ; I passage arplv
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pair Negro Blankets largo Rose Blankets &c. MILLER &'PU FNAM. :
'.!.r' nrxt January ;: Old Cognac Brandy, Jamaica Rum, Holland Gir.
;VT"')-: :. ':'c undl"r<; 1 i i Rcctific-d Whisky,Wines, Teasand I The brig WAN, Capt. Jabcz Lewis. is e\.ectefMn
Mfcof B":M-inua CJnpr1 j Cuba, St. Domingo, and Jamaica Coffee. a frw days, and will run regularly with t ie Somrr. !I

Accaurt :r."j V'iiricrsfrr! : I I With an assortment of Cutlery, Crockery, and set to Charleston. The two vessels are )oth rcv-f .
be ,. Hollow and copper fastened MILKER & PUTNAM. !
tatennd.iy to : :\ Ware &c.
1 St Marks October 10h, 185. 9 'f :
.. ( ) With many other articles, too tedious mention. -_ ---- a
11\1\h'1C!; .: N'.June 17,1 : j = All of which will be sold low for CASH or api:i FOR SALE. ,

: Merchant I at a Credit.small advance Country on the;\fen'.hants.New YOlk can prices._be sup- ]I 9 PIECES Surer Fine ID3JtfX&0> CD1! !!.1) :a. ,

Tkrrt doors Thrift, of ? : ) The subscriber will adxancc, and ship Cotton to I
J J. BIRGL, rc= ) : { York or Charleston, S. C. He will purchase .. &. PUTNAM.St. .
I he has! just received} and the Marks October I
give highest market prices. 10th, 1&35. 9-1
*aimblc: to et" ry branch of ALEX. FOKMY DTJVAL.
.n 1 of Blue, Black, BANK OF FLORIC
fort 5
September 1835.
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IV.\ke neck Green and n .r.t i.k, 10.,1';.
: 813'a: '.J\; u'" -- V.II IO..J.The .
Drabs\ ,Lavender! nn l Tea ( !' SURGEON DENTIST. Board of Directors hax-e his day < eclarod Ji r

ifif' *, 4rAll. of w liiHi will .'It. J. KVAMcr:;! .o i-r..r._:__t ..-. .1",- _I.. *!ivicienof five per cent on the amoiii. d CapitaJ
r.-lin-iirc :cs and rloals :, ; : _, the citizens; Tallahassee! and the public gen- stock paid in, for the halt year ciutinqr- n..",', t'RY i ,
rvlC .-! inserts incorruptible Teeth, which will able to stockholders or tht'lrTC'Z11 repre-=(,llta'"t"t.'S ,. '.

In p'firr.ijnp: liiris, < If to : I change their colour, nor decay; And, so perfectly on and after Monday 'he 2d November em ui"".
:bit no'rork !:ha1lIc\\'c! ,: imitate nature, that they cannot be detected from An additional insi'alment threedoTIar: pcc.Ir'e:: :
ritisfactioti:; of the owt.rr, : I \ teeth. Satisfactory reference will be given, has been required and will be due and piyabt !1t' :
equal to Phihddf !liji; or :\ the Banking House in Tallahassec! on \ll1ll.ia: he ( I

frcry endeavor to please I iCP:: ROOM: at tllc CITY HOTEL. Cd Noi'ember ensuing.Bvnklloun :
I : -after 1st Nov.! tli},lst Max ensin'
1 .
>'nani: as he if a :\ September 5, 1835. 4-tf
';"t', i'ntifird solely( will) : from 9 o'clock A M until 2 o'clock P M '

flirt of the people.Jlkrch APALACHICOLA HOTEL. L THOMPSON. : ;
14 Tallahassee, 10th Oct. 18:5: 9-tf C'n.;.':-.
H E subscriber informs her friends in the up country --
Jackson : generally, thAt she intends keeping the AP WANTED young man to overs--'S tv and

:\lthtnid;: G tlSWlIJ! 1 : HOTEL open for the coningseason, and Shingle Mill with Cotton Gin at 'c.t'tr.! So p ':- !1-
Md Horace L Sill!!, (ln. the patronage sns has heretofore received, to. need apply who is not able to keep a \f.J\ iu 1Fr.-_
; with her experience and unrcmittcH attention, Small wages 11m be given at first, whicl. will be most.

Fa!:'.."... :orowl.'r; ".. t herself least, a share of patronage. The cheerfully increased as the perauii shallxrcis-* his: 4f ...
\\TtiF.1.. STOWEILS, l will undergo many repairs, and has had one usefulness. Anoly to the Subscriber at U.>ona. Jelfcson }.

S interest l, nrc addition, which has heretofore been nCI Coun'y. ACH1LLE 31 JRAT.
Trt:thisdiy f.l.-d X'Ilh 1 ;! -a good chimney and parlour. Her table shall Oct. 3. 18J3.: 8-tf .
L,Sill to fonif'osc by a Mortya i : be surpassed by any in the Southern Country; be 1I 1-- '
l excellent fruits of variety, fresh from Cu I ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTUJK.
every
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> Wm. Br .
onc *oks:;;, on tlit- ; t t
I tr him assigned to said G rjc J ; and certainly the best fish and oysters on the coast. SIX :MONTHS from this J.Ue, I sh.nii piesent mailuiinistration /")

n i Januarj: : IMj: the I J pains shall be spared to render a'l who may favor account of the estate of Atlott! MrGrady 4.. ;

IM['.Ttyvj:: Lots; Xo. 61 :; : with their company, perfectly at home, *s to dec. ti) the County Court of Lccn. and ap.,ly..to
f.nd c!lw'natdas r.irh ) and comfort. Attentive servants shall be in at- be disclurged thercr rn. F. B. WHITING,adra'i. .
: :
ttra; ,and County of Jar on]; : CAROLINE F. BEMAN. St. MarivSSpt.26: IS,,;). 7-6m .
B.-Good will be-given to man
G. I ; wages young
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Acpst8{ : 2.I II.\ I tie North who understands walliu in a dining N01'ICE.-Six weeks after date I shall apply i O ( i '
"" : I and can come well rceonimcndcJ' Apply at the Hon. Judge of the County Court of Leon CoL ; i

: Hotel, Apabcl col$. for letters Administration on the estate of Ge i, '
J
S \ Sept. 12, 1835. 5.Sv Moore, deceased. \\ Fli HEKr .
ni( \'Our.htr ils ? : Columbus Enquirer will please publish the a- Sept. 12th, 1835. 6-tf. -
fury B. Fitt, dcrca", eight weeks, and for the account of C. F. B. --.4
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UurtofLcou. County, and i I NOTICE. NOTICE -All persons having claims 01 demands_
I against the estate of Capt. Jno. Hilh, late of"' ;

_J.ly3J43S3_..__ .. .. 49-Gm. ._. I, I MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA, LEON COCKTT. Gadsden county, dec. will please present themjiu-
- HEREAS it has been
represented to me, by
Iv authenticated within the time prescribed, ',fli>- -
: the Members of the Bar, the Officrs of the cording to law. And all persons indebted to said :
Tthc !
next Citizens of this that
A January: by many County ,owing '
estate will make immediate !It> the unde*
Court payment ;
tlie undersigned Sickness of the Season; to the absence of many
ainutratrir:! of the estate from the Territory; and to other cause; it signed. JONATHAN ROBINSON, adm'r.Sept. .- (

"teor said county wiil : greatly promoto the convenience of the Public 19th, 1835. GtfADMINISTRATOR'S t
ftttounu for settlement adjourn the next Session of the Superior Court of

fc;discharged therefrom. \ County to a later period than that now ap. NOTICE. -:- "
HARRIET : by the Acts of the Legislative Council ?- "
Six months after date we will apply to the Judge
ISAAC in virtue of the conferred
I therefore, power on
of the CourJof Leon br discharge
QUine County County a -
,J u1)' J 5. S35. by law, f do hereby adjourn over the term of the
from the adnunistration of the estate ofWm.
I
Court nest to beheld in this County, to the -
LL Mffndy of Jforember; and do order and direct, HaU, d tate ofmcteounty--- --*

A persons concerned I t all writs and processes, now issued, or to be is- J. C. HILL,
Jle t.cr. widow and be made returnable to the said Second Monday Wm.HALL, :
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rj"esler.i.l3.te of instead of the first Jtitnday of October, Mmr'Tallahassee .. .
/Pc"Uon to the \ reviou1y l by law.
: appointed 18th Sept. 335. 6-lf l'
2? "idft of next Term order to be published weekly in the Floridiao, -
"J tet off to her, her -
me meeting in inc,vuuru NOTICE.
aA,and estate of which her : (Signed) THOMAS RANDALL, Judge.A I
4.IP: to whirl she shall Copy. Six months after. dateJTwill: apjjlyn} ths HocoraiJWI
A. J- D. \ Tcste. t R. 4.FLOTDD.C.L. C. S. C. ble Judge rtlle County Conrt oT Lecn County
___ ".\f 29.r- 3-tf ) ( : ; 5, 1835. 4.td to be discharged from the administratisu of them

ADtIINIS'fRA ) NOTICE. estate Samuel Bryan deceased, late (f said Co/- J'

LEAH BRYAN .
i dm/te.
Lu ptraons ) I LL persons are hereby forewarned from committing .
having Tallahassee 18th Sept. 1835. 6-lf '
ichadL Watson trespass or waste upon the Lands and .,
tQ bring improvements: en the tract known as Forbes
ttlt l Ia" them forward, I ; and particularly from removing, cutting, I II NOTICE ..
fur ?ulrrs Wilhin i I or otherwise injuring the timber on the I
w Is hereby given to all those indebted to the Sub
barred.
And all : unless by special leave from the proprietors or '
tai etate are rcq ired to I : agent. THOMAS BALTZELL, I' scriber, for the years 833 and 34, by n rte or oth e...
t tI': Undersl1ntd. i : 28 3tf Agent far lit Proprietors. erwise to come forward: and settle the s ime immediately

SAMUEL L. I : NOTICE as longer indulgence will not be given. ,.'
Sept.i9 JAMES C. ECCLES.:
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: I PERSONS iudebted to the estate of Wm. J. Quincy, 10th! Sept. 1S35.-6-15w _, .-...
QUINCY JOCKEY ., dec.are requested to make immediate pay -
't llual Races ; and those having demands against said estate NOTICE .10.
for
j tht Courty 1835. I notified that unlo s presented, with the proper :
n of Gadsjen ALL PERSONS having claims against tie estate ofW. .at.. .
far day the.3Olh Dec. and { within-tlie time prescribed by law, they H. Mathers, dec. ore hereby notified to.present .,. '1
be forever barred. Jno. O. SEW ALL, odm'r-
Y horse JlUre or i. them to the Subscriber authenticated a.:toniin tolaw
I l't pu.st, daY-Jocke}" Club I Jackson County, Sept. ISth 1835. 1-t! ,or the same will be batred. ,

r 'oo-'tlltr3l1ce: 130. W. ,H. MATHliRS. :Jr.,,-

'exaranee tond dtY-Jocby Q). club NOTICE.; I Monticello, Sept. 21, 1333. 7tf

rid da r Proprietors : Subscriber offers his services as CARRIAGE i. -r1t FORNEWORLEIINS #

Jetthree 11 I UPHOLSTERER, SADDLE '- ... W' :
An flve-entra.nce The regular packet iJ: 'b1 H.

o \on Tuesday the 29th and TRUNK MAKER. Hisabpp .- INOTON, Swaiuma.sLer, ui1tsajI.ou
CIld toltsrst d': face a two doors South of the Court! House, the lath laM: For freight I orpassage

1'0 at 5 fi1liesmile j all orden from the Country trtR be punctu .appITtOChemaste4miOa4, t or to .. -
a
more t5 make a attended to. CHARLES A.NELLSON.: 1 AFAR & ST1RQES

6u Marks October 8th 1835. 9
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E"E.n1E A.t' fOJUJ G Aer tOlldri. tile r.tho dep .CQ t.plaDt &
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advance-o'r J.'h"e PrHI the they wiu CaU rth. ..
in ai m\Jnth" Stdiama into. Jsaod.r n.Yl bo tilt
tiM. .
:10 WIU.t! To 1'81 1 tnlJ be (. B: y. ilgy Tw 1Q1I.1 n, :
t p3.per lct1ntmued unltn 3t the option .f Eluroa 0' hE WlUG : roUlld react to I IJ 00 : or made bree Sbmboi 1& lr

J'; the EJitnr, i. n b'reaI"tu are ptUd.J S f-Tw lears yo'l beg Youreipth will be l:0 br alJ. ...faO !bow tbe sides.keel. ftu b. h 1r'oo'; .

t Ad'eni mentsil1Le COM in tJo"'cultUre periment swe in t&e"F, foaid fuDy.- best pr d () nt, r ., been 0" .. i. o.vjga .u'ft, &tTLr
e
: Uoly ir..s.ert.ed ILt St'I ofGama'Grass. The i1ner or January !: anxious 'l to
1S3Sii
6. IJfu
otnmboali
ftentr-&Te ( re ult is'a ,to tie and Bou"
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aee
quare few tbe tirst ir.er on, Md thorough conviction tbat our farmera 36, yol. )," 8S to soil, ; r favorable sea.son Jng t WJl of ola """
preparation for
I !fty cents for I should planting and upwards ofSOO
", each..g lose onf0S3 l{ mik1r
&te.To
ue.t contanua.nce. AU adYeEti no time in commencing the mls now satisfied. Frin rom J '! .

ri nts wl1J beCOD n untl(or b.d,wllCSi o r I bave as yet but a small euhure of iL the ninth I From ea h cu'tling, I made a small sUCK of I and Iho b Uer h beyC I12Y JUI
of query, as to tbe I 10 IhDn'k'JUI' g bri1I
i WIle ordered.t part m 10 mehod of r.ot
: ) : et haT 'ks
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wirh
it. utting ft
In i cultiyation tb.e.de'a r"
growth nd fee tbe abaTe-this r off and wlxing flat '11
1 bual8/.J !
Tk. product method
it IIb
postAge on aU hu frorn allen up .
Itttcna.nd ex. thin 'en. .
corr.mnn C':1. iGns to the ce4ded aU my epectJlioft ita fe-'uJt last year and tbe atefr layers of grass and oat stnn., I lance. \\ Jthin mUCh
tor. must be p8Jd, or tLey ,.11 from By {)Jrulltion present, 1 must rest! with n sprin1di I a short lime &. N
nt ha.t satisfied of .t
rt-c\"e atLenr. my plaJits bave dOle ,'ith.. grllund nJum salt, on eacb J Cltt"wkt"ef. Creek. anc tiI

set "ltb an. acre w..ell J It is ._ Jayer. ,of R1... It cured .11. mdion.! .of Apalacbicob. tw_
\, root nt hvo "Pflrq.. ,1.1. .r one- orth"-. --- }...p.t. :_,_& _'_&_ y -- -.. J trr-H n u. u."HI 1I
,) .'U& LI \ JKF 'L---- times 8 year,- WIn yield--2-18,000"" II CUt pre on eartb, tbe r09ts passingtfar Ul n puuns below, 1 DeueYe on A -bandfnla of each cutting were cured If a ad eon tJg u.us &II r f. nVt"'t "a1ua le.--tq

; ;, The ne, and !u lam'dl Bri SA.Ii' grecn grBl'15.In pound.s of bilitv_ orTrost, and fuJlr the pos alone in the sun. That cut in l\lay. 14 I !ul6hed, and the lands 11a\'r Clf, La r :'J
gave
r Ii' R\B ABJGAIL, :31'1. Ibker, bunt.en prest"ned by the mean I fhs. of grass-six f'rHt'rpn"ulg "'}utt3. "no into rht.
the pounds of
temperature I
t 'uring loss is of the hay-each r.f
215 with earth. urin cuttmg ''it SOOn
toos. wiU iil aboJU1 tbe h iL\tl.Dt me, in tbe the last 4 : irr" a State or
: fur the a1xJTe of 16 to 5. proportion year Ihis section gaiui\Jg in re. ult. prt Jctive
: P n. taking out tbe leed stems. ar'be' Unton has been visited j I mt-rel..1 crtyof irlport, cuhJVatioa. 1

F"r pas.s e al'ply to the Capt on bc.errl, or to :he.1 Those who plant tbe seed will be with the ost fatal f osts o j AGHICOLA. : dlartli'. "row I c. mlJ t I rt i

", 1ndea1gned..Qc:. Its.S5. 8-1 TURBUTT( R. HRTTON, disappD nted thp fir t'par. ". .Lh sure to be known by ItS otde t. .'nh. hl'..''vegefation' 'h_eyer -_ Alabama, Oct. 4, 1534.J I :.a. .N-Itu, uaS 1-uvnear So. I; outt"t! I'IrttlC__ !-11..
\.1 1 COOoI2'I1t -- -- -- '' Luem ---- .uu'canCOl Wlr..e 311..1" .1 '

AN OIUJI\A.\Ct. e. "ere, and the socond r third ,e:1r ft'iII bani pe-se.b Je:1In that Ih graM '"as ever hurt in a single J / af'itJDI C3nnrJt Le U.n.a r Id:' I'dled

o IUpprU GambliatJ"a ftH rJrll/linJJtCJ 112 tht Cll aU their disapPolntmcnt. To i'rocure a I instaece-I ba\"c bCt n particular in m observation / Fruml."t .fpa14dicoll .1drtrtiur, I by many, tJut M UlJrrkr Pt lIt.:,
good ) heretHfore
[ Sft at it is that r ST_ hold .me fuur h
1. 1rnrar" ) Tcll,24a..a once. hr.st to gP.t the Of point. \! re ard th JOSEPH'S. or fibUlJdrPd
roots. I
irnp'n'erisbing tarllS
l le :1r.d This ,
ar.u.t I desire auliful JnnClp3lJy mercha int
r any hOn.et trat1e or pll au.pt'f'SGn JAan Tj'.1 emptoye4 thtt }'OtJ "ill, if con\'en t nt, re.pub.j j improvlhg qualit} of it. 1 am decidedIy "fCape St. BJ" is 8itutle( on the ".et "idc i At the early fff-1'fIlJfd be
Jr.t-d lish : Bias 8e.ttlemcnt 'If
Itas tbe
1.0 of t
the tambe-i.
( endorsed opinion lr : !e
commnna.r. for the purpo :ut gal bJm 10 Ih hrC3t of articles l r the infiJrmation of Ir. Phillips of Geor ia, e.alJed in some of Ihe a we notice il is I .u rn.', .beo hIli" .., an IVn CO.UDlry
bJury of as ancient of'lI
our mentioned
the .ho'Jhl ) and ur! u; pec1i.Dg. :1Ld neighbors. y r in a commf1Dic.1tion naaJS and gpoWaphics typr..J:,ph '.bcr.tn.t
n'0 10 ry p"tfuny. of tlr. De- and It is trmeJ( b.a C 'U'lt be "Ognj1.
aaap .of all aLe S1 r uph: of th: ) J Ion). in the Farmer. No. nfand Ulrrow strir or I1h'k wlJJt Wa tle certaicy! a
\1 45
to rice : E5 Fp.b. mJft
the 24 8ul 31.ft
end th CA1LK.thrn 1835. cxttndiug from
( ,
to that the t the aDd
: I
un ma.. Lc r :l.r.d .\ Sept. SIRJ5. The gama is Cape at-out mir : it ,-.S OUI oftl. at ; period
orluppr d singularly calculated I IlortharJly q'.ho[
for along Ihe I.

--t-. -I-,.. u R. H if ,_H.IA.dU._ .U L..I.ur (it' lnte:1 P.- s,- r.'h.. u. t Ui.Ullmore)_,.:_ y.armrr 3n(1 ins-it- bcinf- -.. r.-.,. _. IIU;,. .I.I _nIJcn_ ease soit.. 'ilh ir, Which in lhp ntlt. cvast Y'YYon".,. anJ."" _n3r1y' 'pal'2fJel. j: ?r n'emen4 a& caual 3nI. .. ......'[_I.irok__ of "<

COULcl of t1c Cnj' of T dl1ah3. e, Thai st.aH:lln an calls tbis ., Gardcner" slckle or s'the-tbe time by the St. JCJS'ph's. The--- -Dav- d uuua flJ' I.i (3 lied f bnn into Ijtice and U"'t'. the .lIao" to aid
It a it
be 1a, lIot grass rtgtlabk 'condeJ' : requires to is from four id .U'f nl'lr
I (tll ( ma.
"r n.n; or aDd mil in 'breadth. to.e'en ;IIHa of :dll'
I'erson per..oJ5, to set UPt a.blisb speaks of the Buthor ture, q' 311 thi Is: otter IysitJ
ot the 8t1g est At e tra nee L fs;
first or mquth is "f'1PfW"
or uhib.t. Wit .in th juri .d1c!(n of tLe des two arti. one month'sII Xorthern end 3 t t! e P)lM rJflJg 'l.rdf Iflh .. ,
tion orthe 4ld Ct'rpo. below in tbe f II :rowth. I can CIJ in tWQ of the heck ofland abu.e : crt; rn tJr.C'ts
Jfowing
City, ShY l-iro Ba ;, Cbucb.a.Iuck terms : mintltes, more tban which is..also mt.'nlllm ci. tinlt ther.t "t 31d it I
'I Bou) t, 'Vhc l oi Furur.. I II Than our 3U lnir al can eat in near that extremity ofthc B :fgJ ic Ia r.
r Jlt. r ueh talt correspondent i1 day. it : lJk tit., .If:1CC1b1t!
I
\gri'ol3 ing \a5
pine of h3.l1.nd, 'l1 1I"hich or men have fe'w "'helP the ab lJt O miles long. It is pitd ('d t n tr.e rC a
r or.! wriuen pecutiar in
't k may pJy again t more. or with h.ppicr accumuJation of manure is havinges h P'Jt l"I"f ; tlU1 '( bt r
r ov.-r.-, U dral"r: t. f'rf"tlf effect, a part y t onf or two ; ry :" ;r ,.
: Wert
tor the of upon the variou of the a ricultlJral \'erf jnc'iiJ' ''it t't'c.l etttrf .
purpOOJ. i (
t 1hnning mo.AnI' :m subjects connecled with hu.. II system, I know nothing th3t j fr _h water streamlet& J !( e tt. :JrJuci t
Jn
) pO:1ttC'1trlt"
fe or er into .
r ns SoJ [ f'mpiymg it i
f. feCding hall 0 I bar.dr ; and it i.q hut I comes in more nifcrm lttd Ib it.3 to contmue J..ft
) heer
Ule! !u i'a) i fine c.r not le5s than jUitice to say that bappily fiJr the uee oftbe farm. and unbrokeu h h and b.IJ tlere by tU 'U :3.

Ql1e hw1'1red tfJ It. ., Itvr m. re thu1 fi 'e hundred r ol. tbere are few to whJm Ihe Zlgriculturnl er.'jth a judic OlJ14ly con..tructed :. and it is "irated as an luGC htJtfs! cha n {, W(hCII we al 1:3'it. 1)' rIJClaDCt

i' I.a lur ( ch :m.j 'cl' utf. nee, to be r'co\"ercd, 0:1 arc so murh indebted iuterests I or plac( for dun&sted, (uwing doubtless to the extraordinry( circumt:nn fe-dents: tan f' COU1fert{ \'er 1 l'e11'3

inform'\u\'n az..1 ClH. 'lCUr.Jn b fcre th, lDtcnd:1.ut of a5 to bim. Prartically accumulating manure. 8nd moveable ] rt'scn'oir-oflnv .frPOh. _act._ or. its not helOt. rho ,: UJlJ "J brJr..rf. ''..1rt&., ............. __u_mdrl'y_ fIOwobr.t 1"l
the afOItcs'.uti ".11..' n, r. "-.4'.LL : fn3ed. in thp tHl in..., ...I.L racks.. .. it n i.001 in.rf..1..... :IL -- -- --, ... 're'HoLCr Str -- : I c
n ----- .n'l ""61 VI fllCO I.ne to gC/I0 the g n.'U";" a'tJlIIUY fIC'otcd "UAUA "I'a'fnat ease and ed) that its m a aL.Jtat : r thdn ht''k.up ar.d dnn3grs
i"frtrtnfT nd : ;c (thc flal! ; to the pur uit by ntert (>xpedition a large stock waters 2r actuaH.y salt : nr"e b anotJtr
of the : .0 go to the TrcL..qJrer st Jnd fcelin bring. co hl be fed with this of the GuJf on th m.ort' tI.au tho--e r.wusar.J: or dClI r hf\'e h pi
Ccrptr:1lC.'n 10. tbe U Jf mg to his aid I find East hide of n ex
the
uJ mind grasg. tbe tlded
: a
U bY"I
Corporation. imbued no c1iffk Cape rured
richly ad
with 1I1 in the mOllth : at {a't"S oJ
\111 on 1'ulure: the rj cutting it with the oftbe d enttr
tl Ap Hirg
c.uch (
lachicola lD
p.r nt' inn all elements S the .vjdu":
cot: necessar to ) For its Bay. Thc F.a that tilm' ,dr;
attcndijg tLe < me, (or'uh, oc t } an accomplished farm ; m as tl being nutritive ( arm of III: Bay is 'rn : rJ ertdea'"of\. 1r
only I1"t Ihe
!: ctory tLe gl.'e good irjdusf r, 3"Jd bE'iog full : ref r b r. the Ea separatn from ttlt' Gulf ull ru 11I 11)n.. but nni .
to fenterprrzE' hiol
Intend"n. t.ern ltt"'lt
UHy 10: the payment : etperimenLi Phillips' opinion b fore m ntion. : arm of Cape St. Bias t u ':., if O '
.cfthe samt', vdlh.11 ''' III-t''fzr hvur uch 115on or irf happy illusrrationg 0'' the ad'antagcs I d-\'hich, however, in thp I II' to of prowlt
he province South wl.ole
erson. shlll flum
t lId
ret'1\e not less 'han tlerJf'ed C:1pe tndr"c ,
fact ing tlal.
from America III Te
t\fenty, D0r an intelli a nuro\V lr1Jfii
i
more ; nt and is peninsula. dan 1
t.hal1hiny.nine 115:, o Ijli bick judi'io'j I' pro-erbial. Tb IOi8 in This place i'J called H.e dlrfrUnn Ctlr t .
re :n tt.c Publi uin thn of cq.n. veight, fndi3n bml the I I elf ut'TIt. 1'
science when over-it of
Marke1 I'.ae with the cured into being ; the
ph 1cal h..y, depends much formert.v a pace Wil'lIn' Ann (
on the I the w ler- ; tie lat !.,
SeCt. ;Dd it fnrlbt r ord..ir.ed b the lutho. I ment ofhu u3ndr). deput-I mode adopted-I have found that ashei Indiar-s in their ,'oyagt'S rouud tbe CU3St. :. I \. --cl" d..wml)-tar a OH t'mntl! fied up.tJ.t
rily ifOre \ i and ltged their pt mf'r ; iter
a1 That It ct.al1 ; latrul ca n es acrQ-iS in r ct11'
Of' ; dIlly Auth"rr d L e' the Intendant fur any pcrscn rotten cotton seed, stacked and well mixed, or aruund tIlt-Cape. preferenc.e to gnio: 5en"a.eomtft. nf tht" IIJW". TI.e apprna"irfJin
) r. Barlt
uf ;
id Ci r, .< n1-r into :'uJ.,' rllC'11I In which there m3 the' I em : rrr-:1t'171c Gardl1tr. rath r, the cotton SPE'd stat'ked in pen, fresh J It faJ Ic,! beeu known rhat the I mouth ('f th & w1ll 11' admlf bafd.v

be goodcaf1, c t hc\"e } g.\ from the channei al tht" drl\\"Jng nVt"r kt't V i
rtn
U'h Faro Bank. LGR.SS' in. \ ith the ashes leached the entrance ufihe Bay alforded t'' {ly atxi.In

(1nck r amp.f, R :u I..,.'Vtletl 77"1..1. of..f'vr'Ullc. ., _, Clr. ltther_ ,".Cnuck.l.l. Thi, lr. S hnlllA h, .r..J __ ,. ._ ton aeed to be wet a- p.u-- h bt.0;, r..1, _cot-_ I water, b'Jt upon a re- nf.. ,.,.from..., ___o_ tn. 5. I 'et. f I he Ja r"t r T 5 J5 ha" h, c'Irf"-.-- I"...'.''CI'I,... !'It, t
n. I.,L -- --m u --- J > 'UAU UH, about -- .u. e am
n-n.- -- -- ''0 'UU} :L f''l phlllltU en Ilgnt SOIJ n'as cerrairllv n.Jllflll. rt pas-3urJ. tt) empC, lihlf'TS
up ltJUStc'! 6 inches
plaj"cd lr w i manured, "ilh 2 of he ascerlaintd dmt 5 J:1es!
Ur.c/I., :11.,1 tlre:1.k a! and Ihere is .
the
ufI'nd dP.\tro agreeably to continue 5Jft
a
rum
) tl( 1n nner chan 1t.I :lUd "ur w t 13TE"S. 'r. L
'e mf ilnd adopt- untillbe Easy of 9 ftct 1 .nrll'flr
inl" CII'IOII h is at aU r.1t.tan
( pile rimes
) arl) rcr"Cifi or ) me for the completed, into J
PCIsr'lc purposc of tndlayin at hour ooJ la1'- plr's La'tit11
f:4 :
r 1ayin :U Ih, hibuing ascertaining the for about re3t and. 3fe anrbornge wirhln ; In.atly (:q d mtl :.!'
s\me'l l'i'Lc: or mo of one month bas Il. han.
QWmrs culti\'atioll B..ty. Th I not ttI /
a f
Ulre t Of cm most favorable to n hca'v siugular effect in Harbour j,1 one .of the l:1Ost ullrwg Sit I.' 1J\t.. tOt'' i, i
pfcnrliJ :
{ S 1. 2J, An.: t It fUrther prcJduct. I am assurcd in this climlltc thr producin \'igurou9 rowtb of the \ make -lhi assertion in the n.urId.Ve c3tIc h r.t l ..k"cn.. m. an
gama, ro"suiar
(.tdamcd L ,'ben on Iheautrlnri'\f'9 lD'tr. t
af"rlll:1.J l'tj } the aUlholy pltntc'd at liteen used as a men ofth rHf: ;'CQmrJHullc-lriun b. tand. (
1 it fmy }l..tf'1 (I inc"e from top dmssing in the spring also first tolr mail" 113\1.
OJ plant ; respectablir.v-nautire btt
5hop k : .t.', .nIl keeper, .r to plant ashes lnd .mt'n of mi rabh' irre r
q I 11 aud cut at fin"en plaster of crience and inteli ex ; r and IInc.t r1.m .
; t.O-g..gIJ u or da:5 growth pari rence who i ) and IIhfte
FAro permit ill ,
ha\'r
Bali! thnft.ll1cK ) bC'Jinning tbe iug tran"port
; Jlnaeu.: "9iC'cJ first ( f JIa seen most !fthe fl'lr Persor.1Hy J from FUrl G31-fI."D
by
I r othtr .. h l.C: .rFunnru: ), when it is found from AGRICOL.Frnrra \. ursofrepnr1li'l:1, and 11. place tile ((10'b 1 :
or three
art
brought
g'IIJ :u htzZ3rd t pronounce it in ) ; ) tIn faor..e hack '
to "r
to threc
set i and to ) down
3blish .i .Jr I' :p.J uP: a half feet high, and : 77lJllt. It is Coru e river in Indian h
or Iheir JlfJII"C ,. IlJ..n.in :tn} room In JIlS, h"r Jao of ending the tt Farm' landlocked-it i, (! and it prt' ; .' an Plru ne ul Canfet-.l.avebetnar
; / JU :1ny ruum adJI.m'lIg j. t Otobcr, it will be found and rdc1' T eep, :1tf'rJ. the bc t an. un-.a t nJnJrurn of !

the r.), UIH'Ct I.' '. tl"r.- .,.r ,........r "'' "._..,Of. _31..a.!_ t'n! on-.,' 'U3.II." ( __. to'ield. 300.- U.f.GRASS- ron. n. rnr '". r,, ehorngc.. -The- to n has been .InrHN... nn.. c',,,, ._ .h.....n n'. ... .. u.:.L Cl1nHI U it.:1Ir.'Tl. n'rha ve otilt
sh\II 'Ujl.lunr. cor.tr 01 III green grass per acre. If --- & 'V.u & .l.1JUi''a anu 18 -- T.'I: -t. \ 11110tH rr.u.: ahd
r an. ,
"", ;\ r.I. cut YCnwnslup 8 Ir net'f'rt'3lt ;
1'.otJe f'Jr nl.n lr di ordcrl) and rwtou., thp first d.lj' of Ia and O J Among a niJl"LJer of experiment being Rane t 1. uth & \\ i. rdie.1 ulJOlI.-But the
made 'TVlst j
.' l I" on tl 11e! ftnJ drunken regularly on th .first and near the Upp'r end of the I J 'JUJ tril htJJ 6ttJIt

!uch hOI. J .:11. .:I1''r or !t.P kt''pf'r, hal rer'1'. of cn r) monlh t,1I X o"ember, the making, by mYlelt and through the aid of kind after the pbn of Phifadclphia h..y. fr i"laiJ out dua-iful .'Ialady tr/lih QmwQ'll'fTTadtl thi3 pt r. .

II nd IIJ.J c ill', t., r ',r tt'ir ''Jr.1I5e be somftlJin Icls. For product will friend dispo ed tCj serond :IOre : ml'di.te.v! on tht during 1M ,umm r seaccm, nu {
HI the intention I extending back c.au..t' i
kf/'I' tbout ire
tle: lme. mannpr my for one I .
t. be of
) .
ltt.lr: :' "t.o 'h. plant. the m Tje: land explamed In another
i i'Onficl.n; mtN/fanl "n mlr.rm:1Uuf and iug alludcd o, see u Furmer pnrpose of ascertaining the mode of upnn which tlie Jocation is made rdrtnr rt'rt.1' I: pc r
.1' ; and and in
( J C'Jiti its and it
(.JT.-nct' Gardfner" immeI IS slo\\
mHt tht"v
such dlale nllt k .
i "k I'pr.r, Qr d" ... h aJ or jr.r.. "t Janu ry fj, 1535"-only vating the Gama Grais, best vicimtv ii not \.enrich, but is o-nicfll1t n :
\pC'If ro iUiteHJ cakulated a liCJ'ht
1 the Cf.ln1.tf'd, c.hnll hedeLrud from of 2 fect bring that to I bluff.Vll ch s it is saud\- Ptace'-3rr'lt rmanf"t. anti (ann..t ( /
!
prii.It'-r-. 'JIJ\uu"; 71iceD5e plant to plant I plant tn the greity conduci"-e
IWW find higheItt to h alth .
agam umill he 1 perfection. i Nt'OreJII
stlt
f tie I iRehes I an l.Jvanr \f"tSi.Per.s htl
: I.nll b..e = The
I Jncp. iJettef a lOW ltc. be.t 1O .
: the
III Int ndaIJt distance-the sufficienlly wal r is atf.'rJed i b.
suisf:1c abov 8sr.ertaincd I HI\HHla.
Ih l'a.r lamdnza
r.SiUfU.cc tai .Iac hh ffcwc Clry proonct after thc the folio result of :inkiu cH., a f \\' ft'et in or mSp ce. 'noted.
nat'd.S ll not k again per. 'I third ypnr. The ama ,_ .wang, to feel jU lifi d in aiv ._ ]t tracrs depth. Scvt'r1 ft'i.e: : : LJnliealthiJn; 'S Itat we I
Iragg-- Ohbin.--.... : rlI. n_ b" ..n.r u; LV t Ih bcj( bne! .rp .frm--.. .._ L. t. . e''er Jrd lit.. i. .n__ :__,
c'.1. .1'r.. LC 11 fur ro th in aLont thirty dUJs-when & lUll tl1Oie \ ho are CUhi\'ating thJiI tl1inlcrinr few----- .C'I III (It" rUuntt tn : telJ with 1JJlf rhe seerily ur t. [ir'y a Ih '
: IEr orJa1r.t lli\ the m.h I f. ra s. l mies: from the ; p'
f1fjc': j.t, 'J ..111 an : uj I na)'. 'ut at 15 d cut for In the spring of 1830 I f bmu ht town. WJ.cll'JJen! during the a orJ f.f i'kne-s. .
) per hn or pt'r" r. tIho In' J8 it ,11 Le planted out ute) culti\'at1 n will .
: .. } f.tund a seed alwa.rj The !
gmlt) : hefp. b'd t'usure [( Ihe Pt.'mt" is
't'r r.jtl H" :1l rll1nIJecIJmin from 14 to 18 I drillmg in town const311t indu.rt'd wi'hin thr
inche3-but .6un
: :1duct rows JSinches slIpplitS
,he tr"N.! 'IC ..h-r l'lr'" (Jflhe :IJd Cll}', 10 th da m' contend it is at this :tage I mllf rJ..nt ,_ .. __ wldc, 12 from abounds in ti.h If the to its markets. The Bay Ctrtllt' rcat 8panish CLI/IlI ,.f F'rt rtrrnrl

t ': F ralir.v night t.f mI,tr.,. I.h"a."HI1'.111. J\J1ltt anti, allt.l LQ% (tt'r U':Jt1'i hullowiLt:. 1 der p'r:1 ,I p'C In line h fnunci.f'Af.f oflhe mOldelicatc and ten. I well, Earlj: the following'} (.RITIA spriug 110.nll, I lTfl\\tf ok" off est. kind,. The to n is grt"3r4jt at p7C3 T':1netv nt fo_k aRd cI.nicI I''deciJt'J! &1tJ fa"or flf I he 'h itn3 n r" (Vnn c.o-!
Co.
t good (rd..; Hid peace '.II th ald liKe. Wtll''f'tly I the tinpst milk and producing ,i tle plants. dl lded, and Up \ thp. Arl1br.hirnb ri"&r h, conn"cteUj.tlh r ) Tte l' tt.s! t itcf! la, 8prir.
1nJ t.Jc im. hutter-lt sP.t out, : .
cuy ) thig trom ); (tf.rough
dls' : the : preparmg the the D3 its r"nnn.g I.e cJilJI" :m nfiitl
(
f.luperly d, .h.all tJ lJ'lbJe to Lne tagc ; ground pre'iuusly th-ouglJ priocipd .J.r I t'e': Pro-
a of apparel.t IS follows srrC'et'J
pay gratificatiun tv Ba. nelortu
"iili'hich : Thc Leland
'" tt.dn fi '..Jlars nCitI the soil a you an arm of r U1.1 e I'ali fuC1ufrJnI
nur I cow } Lake l
nWlc Ihan gre \ lfnt w
I uC recon': .1 a berr1l1befure t"'Cfjtj" d.aar5, : it, cannot be cX cdcd. I Conumcs ; sandy hnd, on a reu, loamy IOJse mifes JistJD(. Gen. rtlicu, about SIX dIem m re-rard tu the ptrd&l ufh: j
pre<('rted. ind would 'Jay-the Selrc.r's I'wn. or rt
to cut If
Mlnd comli. t ,;.1 unul tbc tbi t only l at ; top soil six to nine Inches down tfle ilion mJi' FloriJa J3.\I rllt., aud ClluSt'qlJently. .akin
amc [Jaid. ge r a n lcL cow dark and.iOmelimes of Lake \ Hlof. inro Jc ide12.

eel. 5. n 6t (lI"h r or1bmf"d by the anthorit:1tJlority tor the horsc, mule or or fine calf- j : Incliuin17 to. hl."t. .L_ ,'y. ,'I .I :.'.. hut. -it- d._......; .nu'.. .,n'A_ ,_. mico pret., ) correct li'HI Ihe lolal intli/lbiJiJu oro". nI. .. n''A. ,
aCtn"id.. tt t Itlt. fJrdzntnt'e .t.311 0at thirty days-at ; b' en two o -.1 n-LUC lanu nad I t Jati UIJU\C IHJr lll} otller pu hlisht',1 ;: rn rcla3IHi9 slt"am-! 1 r'&II" \II
t.e in either in map < hne t"It
t'rorr- and : stage it is \ ilhCJut Yl'ars corn and J l'en) the .lid ;t( : (
ali 'III and Ihyou '
ahlln
r I peas, 'o'r.C1'
succlJlence. ,
p"Lhcmun was well
Iterc f. rnentioned. tn
It -
A ;
P4ssed l, eutlI cal" dlhy Ihe IS Ii set with crab gras -bad ciJntract has been grt'al unlhirnu.v in )1".r last. -,"
cll h made L'IUP for
thiic1 dw pant the to
flf three LU'J
0l',1.er.% 1 3.;. ptopl in :outh America LIst orlly croplthe undet a, Lta_. compldioD : remO\'e lOW'" 8tf1f hflU"( hu inr.i. :
CIl.\RLE HAIRE n dry grass, to de5ignate year the pea vines and : penalt) oftfli. Haroad and b-"Q'CJ"J 1
Aur.st its freedom from I grass Were I tIle 1st ) D cem hv, r It 0 and all ro Sr. J( .rh9s. In

CKARLISI"_., Irter.d't CiTlllabl, SCC succulence. p r_ itted to rest on the soil-- '.n"f.... ... co I' .. __.1 ._r..xt., 3ft..J we doubt lIot tLE'enlf'rnr'7.n" : rJ3110fll1t'. t.e ,nr.1h"hil'h'. .... ..... ._i.. __. a
---- ".!.., or -- u. IInl : ---- & .uu --- '- .- 'Ul' j l"-enr, an .c.t 0:

Clerk If thf' Cll" C lincil. W-3w I At e8.h cUfinglllo en the ground I Uctober, the land got It good dressing of( D. Grah q., wilJ Illtlt'latJ3blc tla\'e it fiu stJed CllIt JCrfr, John iupor;;tI:13: ot.:3ir.e-J a! t: to lar I"t" il' oL

UST ) the roots, if among compost manurc, stable f stipuatiun.! according 14) 1.. L; a c uf tl. T ;
.of l""n rnJl:1JIlJnb 1h'tic: Pt.: dhcc:1t Q.UIIl' they bave not locked and taken i wilh dung, and cow pen The sun' y and aU Ihe &c. r nt..I' r I .
cy on t..t 1 1 ..1of OCtnl'r. 18"J5-if i possessi.on of tbehole swamp mud. The cattle had :urangerllenrs ha"e preliml11ary I iJb"\t rr.u.1 1JJ.t.J, ntl1rh v'as OfW in
n
r.c..t : 'ir been compJt..tl-J. put
by the :Ht tllof : OU! ; groun with a harrow j liucfd welJ i, wa! made Tite sur\"t. u..t, :..I tl (
O'cernber hoc. with bv : C"fIlJan.ir.cn
In onk Mr. ; .
w l1 bt' cm :0 :Lc Gen. this I Icaes and j j'I L. \\ Dubuis : ;'r't'd-t ll.y orgt:_
k l:11 way. keep Ihe rye tra\V nnd a ci'a i-eJ.
Post the
( : eltzineer Ltlnl
.ic 01
8 dt'ad gronnd clean s m
Iptlcr5. superior u 01 bt
ill (
manure
hl o-at 18 i'I Was literally IftI and intelligenr.e. mo t.: fn i'"t. uJLt'nr:
inches
A- Adam J. J. 6 the manure, in Ba.ruuLeJanJ and JjnJt uhl
AhrlU:1..lJ rooli will ltTords
tdk making mt'an. Cohmih
the which gl'\d a' ,
.
\i B-BO"I.ck T, Boue Jut.n. BulC''K Ir! E: .: n. / whole ground in 4 years. I ha\'c becn I nCJt a p1rticle of the liquor. or unine .was f without Ih .:".U\'ig.ltiun."00 .1Iru'L: t r tbe.larg'St. srramb.ats, : III G CI). 'ii1. "1.J.''f.. ...,' I, .. 'H.'_'an> _!h't"t'\'r" .
no n John n.CChcrry f:1 'ulti'ating ufferpf_ ,, J.no L. rn. ------ .u' UUllCW.r, anQ w -- -- ""' 1 > "l.t.'Jl" ,.JrL"g:
-' lhout :
a plat of n 'I u\ I impru\-e Gut FiMiJJ
Gama 12 the IlhL.J his manuring ments, up to the rnt ; anJ i; Ar'i b.lIt.:1. anI Sf Or.
years firs
was In
: \\
where
J hn V, 3 CuHs ) roots plQlJghCtf the RaiI.rO:1rJ aD.Charc \
John, CUUivaled undcr in !
C Ccx :'pa'LI cast or Ih. imitation of r if. The jnil3 (nD, Nt \-rk J-d ,
trench
p lI Ard'J. Carr : Mississippi-Ihis ploughingone na\gationfor 311 er.Jf keel I t \ .u. h..t t" joineJ
lnnC8n1.. ,
I ; Clerk cf Oad i more luxuriant planl i plfJuh bar : as wt/I anJ fiat lAlats.I Witl1 the sttlit.r.s
42rn Snp. Cr. : lnd ( shear) as slea'm 003ts to furtl.cr thi. "(3t 'r.J brn
I a followmg anothcr and iir rafts '
j i
moc'igorous from '
I of tbc ficial
plant work.
river the .
D-lJj..k'n Ihis Barne Lut to thtc up
,, Iban ior
U smaller ifJ
year in
cnJ Porrin (: ( any ; which fucI
: : ,
; r' :, ye..r previous. effectually' sUpenor to tbe It
E-Etis Wm H, fd"artIs JuL". I I I knowt plat J tu ned grass nnd pea vines uJder gation of"1\Ilirder P"iut.Ye ." na'-i-// can rea dilbe st'Cn tb t und, r such 3u
'1 .... J.rO 1 1J. I I state found ofuuollt one acre, in its nativeI en inchei on the at least fir. I \ ha".e sllltd tbe KJil.rn.'J,10. :_._ ,I and wifh its snperinr. aJ-anll'J' f.. _.J..o.J.n"..
,,. al. .lil1l. n'..._:.. ., I ; ton.. rvp. U'H'. .. h.., ._.J :_ -- -. UII 11Ul"tl to wrlrout: ----0 t'''
t Mt1.---1t', .-4J1LomaSl, liraham nal.H l S, Griffin EJa \\ ho "t'HUIIIY. uy me Individual I going with the furrow J' U JI uU'tu In. temporary onlv. I 13 be i i111 any doubt, htcomc Ibe grt'at Emp""
owns the ''and ; previous contt-mplated during mm of the
J 17 to sowing toe next summer to rhe ApaIachiroa.;
i "Hunf years
cut
:
I
an-ide
10an. nl'k Prie, ing his ago. Discover i rje, the JantllS dressed .lUd eep Canal It has
1 : rly D, Hawkin nnimals with to its parallel ea.s ; and satt
t HbUill Mi. extremely fond of it rottcn Hmo. point. to end in basin cnmmun r: tion wilh tl; in-
t 'r L. B, Ut XI JJme05 U. on the first he gan tonC', a lpecfc that a on the NorthEast tenor b ''aDd.
aboundg A
shJe '
of :
in the p'l'a
: this
J F :. Jecry Jvhn discovery, to make i section town, which wiJI have :1nt aDd t-1ttj orrtlge
L. bay fOI
wintcr of 1\\0 road
.- f Itjamc.. pro\'isioll, and has kept it for I cOllntry, nnd wmch had becnme pulverised 01e upon the asin and tfie otb fronls, can be ID.1de to "hrianna, Juk n Couny,

'. 1ng Henr ualural that purposo (a by Ihe precedin n cted by Rl1l rtJJds r Or the Bol v Cun- (rhrough whict. place tfle N.rlhern S.
't } mCJdow) c"er I'io r ; wirlcr'. frogt Rnd rain. through tbe streets as I to. wen anti
; nd it bf mail
::, ; M-McVoUg3ld AJcx'n, fRthen proved. Its has im. The rye came and : lound expedient. ma\ tirage uaS8 tn.weeki.y) 0 :er a lewl COlIn.
Jobn.forri luxuriance off
} up well I he
iel Mauhe-g..s Sam' ion cafJnot be oxcelJC'd. grew ; un- chn hut Thefc'an .v ;mpronj try, at a trirling
expe:1SC. The
fiJs Sarah length of tlchrlad -
The rnnk
f HI kPl South commonly and I Iaud
I 1-i t
ft1ry ll'I Amcrican furnished a fiQc pr eJU wiII
I Spaniards mess If rempla ted. COm. short ur
If
have food jibfe scventv miles, and it will in.
a fiJr the
'N--Netl pro'crb cah'es union .
Ii\"rr Stmup.l r. \ that tbe age of a man, a mule, and ; hcn ln hg until the las of salt Water should bc 3'oidcJ.Ye of tIle fa rsh aeJ terst'ct the great 'l'J ral St. Augt tiJle and Pen.lcola -

JolJnPl.ter gross is tbe same. gama all werc taken off. li'eb'j su.h are s)[ 'ified $ Rnad.cnt. by the
'. There is Dy (he Jst of jlJnction bte l\Iaj. D3Did Ehr.tr
lot
n l\CCurring
at
4"' ',., RtJ"h... ( ..on_ ., Du-id n__. C, PlI1kcr. Br'ant. grnss of ven' sUn .rinr. "..r=.. .1 of _gama. rt \\8S rallk alain..- _n On- .h.IUU C.I, __ _01. th primarv, calJs nt'.. ". 0 _Apalachicub._._':.. ., is one_ of: BUJch. (. S. A. 111-. -I -".- ,!U h.UV.U"... ".0.1: _UIIfC'r_. 11.'"_1" .
: 'I :1"I
-
--
"' 1II10lner tc -
S-.s1adc. Edmnnd.u UZI\'IO. HolJinson Jonalhnn. River. known --r-to be 'Iuamy, on tne Pearl dres ing of tbe but 13S pro\"ed theplccS! of H'rWlIIperience Jusl'ph's. The rOHJ recently lail J out b.113
of compost in
such ]
Smith David 2 forty a state or uni n f
Sutton more are MacNeil
_
years
':1: Slephens M Sh:1d- I Aft r tbe standing, perfect decay, 't:1j7t from fe\'ers and nC\'cr ex U. S. Engineer, from !
1.p313chicoa
1 c. St phen$ Henry" 'V. roots lock, and take was applied,. and well turned imif3r dJ e:1Sei. This fJ
w-'Vinn Thuu13i B t of the np the surface I under, witb nailS :1:1 C3' : Jarialilla. pas. 's Wililill sit ht 01'51. ;
Warren Moses earth ft small Freeborn I Impor nt and net'es. link Joseph'$ l!. I
J.hn 'Vilcox they arv in
WHson Duct project, plough harrowed thl' CJ'relt r and can be usell
T. J. Woodbury Colin, to nn incredible annually, ownwards with tbe furrow. i chain of int r.1 t1 navi tlon at prl-srnF
f'jOm the
.Nlomu Whiting St.
& Co. \\ deplh. The l\n"s I Tht town i
omach grOtJrrd was St. ne-ar'v' .
'Vjche. C.5 letter laid now or John's Ver to 3 drm-ce Sou Ih ofTalbllJs.Sl'e
I carefully ew Oeans:
Persons off in
aIling for the above sprinkle in drills at two cor.remp a HUll' le soulh
feet I
rti INtC" Will sa}' :1d. c\'cry spring, ome manure, cot- pJants and the tion. of P nS3C'.o1:1 and New Or.
M. BLUE P. M. Ion seed, rollen, or a.bes placed in them at the same distance. Contracts ''eans, and rome mill'S South of 51.u stine.-
O&t ,
been j
Is', 1835. 9.lw over Ibe surrace haye :!s made for to
j ter the first Rf.// During the ( erection St. JoJrylr', ,ll
it of t be the

I _. _. la.nnea._ cutting, (May- tbc Ist\., -"- .iQ ....n VP--.r Cloth'I.,. .1._year_ ." grew. well ; the foHoWID! harves, -and'warcJ1r l h.-tth at tflp-..- R""n.,"u .I UniledatP.t. 1'1.;. r...Southernmf1t__ _,..11 01 clly of. __tM_ i
AU.\UNISTRATOR'S NOTICE 01 manure as much 8S other I" Qutaa. and tbts season .t' u oJt ana at the Hay, t the exlren ties of the --- -- .u .o" dJ u 3S Ille gn':11 PQI
: ;
of ou
the of railr.ad tt'Ct
si
f' ; ALL Penon. ha\'ing derMnd ses-althougb in its gras. bt, of any I have been ahle to be completed thii 1 ll. I ou dZlinst frOts, affirded bv 11 e salt OreeusI
: against native to raise Ciom
state it the
Bcnj min
late exhibit: in I have Or St. GlJlt will enable fi. .ora'l
li' or the County of Jeffers"'n Borne spots, if seen raised by tbe Joseph's we lre eS 1nd tfl f
dCCAIl. equal smauine wi1!
fd not many gentlemen lx-come in tropicl Jruiti
; I are hereby nolif1ed to render instal.Cments than wben greater ''uxlIJiance. ,'hom I dristributed to few ,'ears, seconJ to a ', .c. raised ".ith diffic-I ;in tJle vicin.
"uly &Ueslbl. In the thereof. cultivated. In the Beed. Every no plce on the Gulf ofl\Il'xi. I itr of the placl'S abWl" (
sub" i ber Jands named "cultivated
,ond aU lately since tbe cutting co, Ne\v to be 3t
except
pe"'D. indebt. acquired first Orleans. '
'4 I tJ to the Aid deun1t'Jtf, w.ll plea.\e from the Choctaws it of lUay (and tbat one The trade of n-hich it nDd ar und St. J Sf'ph's ith
'f' J make abounds in' three averaged mnst become tfu Ut tre uble cr danger. -
I payment to rich feet outlet is
t CtJARLES AfcCLP.LLAN lime ronc soil. ) has exceded 45 incbes in is Jlready imD1er e, and'I Combined tu an thesp and h3V- C
ft' a m'r It length. I increasing iu ad\.antages
1m Jcf'ersoo
Co 8th Oct 1835 10-4" The was prevented from unexanlpled measure. St\.C11 jng the 8ill :
gama grass is by I seeding for the years qua non If IIt'aJtI), n-itbo Jt wbich bll'Stl
J cnt ago sea rc
me and ( y an rundrcd
of purpose bales
j stacked I of $ aU
else
tbe ing is
same i ascertining the production. shipped cottOD wa wor llcss, is it too ch
1.087' day, rter and mt to predict,
sprinkJing tbe I
salt yet during the
nS t.be '...ntv. i.J..f".. rf,_ _, rL One dAV' ... .:.L \\'ith it as. stacked. I in Mav.. rolfpn.. ,"u". __._ cutting -_ tvthn..II-I- -" __ .13:[ season. nearlv fIf. Umt insleH! ofbeiRi "- ---rtpllnn.r.. -- "...... rM"." .t..n...or.A.
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1.JIJ' tho &line-{ -.b.rOftd,"'y between UI l"Cpttmber the Jalt. on readily-- --;cured g GUll Wllnout salt IS su 'lent ; most J Over- the ground- --and' "'lJl1I lSttU was slrewcd l\Iurder" "a POlDly u' &I.He either; UJ Cotton h.'e been sen t fr( 1 dcsulae as Apal3cluC Ja n\V 'is (Juri 1t.v.Ihe sum'p
of ; which
rxA.UI ar Aacilla and any grass I know Was worked in direcd.r to Europe or mer St. Joseph in ,
; e b1a POCKET BOOK of, (or the among the to Atlantic coastwise a shorl time ati rit bccomts i(
,containI reason rools, when the ports, in the .
In
: the lotlowiftg .ottll, yit : one on S. W. already stated, viz. being loo round received a or Suthe n Stat Northern, l\IiddJe, improed, wm be resorted to hy tbe .itizen"ofth
tor Harrington' without remarkably cning g, or to New 11
'
one hUndred and nmongalt the Orleans.
three succulence. plant after It
d611ars the IS urroundiJJa
C&tlmated etunlry-and
I Ihirt, cenl first also that strangen to enjoy its
n John Blocbr for ; one I cutting. The rchiDdize
Gne on titDrV.. RHon t\Venty dollars twenty.two cents; I bave tried every plan 'that has been ble. The season .has been higely favoa. j to 4ootOOO barrels amounting in meaSurement sahlbrioDS sea breezes aod the lu ur.t3 it wjU af- i r

'tntsl tw06n. In"-'I. ...,..... U(_or._fourteen_ dollars t1teJve :0 cure this raA ,, f1nA:.. :& __ ,suggested cutting- took nlace-- on-- thl... &1...., .1_. -place and-sent---- .tnfn. .,J.. ;_._-,__were.receh'ed. at lhis 1 rd visitors. 'Ve Iia.r it "nul be be-iJthv, unless. bje..ery
-- "
1foll -- y a.u onlor twenty.three tldmirable g -.UIUe n suen an 01 each month, UiJ.y The 1"4.tflUI" aurlnlt Ule last seasgn indlca.ion. and evidence of f : fails for
and I
.' the otJ.cr 1 .r about t. resource for winter r commencing with .\Iay and merchandize rece"cd lwe
ollar bill on the Cent.. Bank of FJorirla nty: 81so: one fi\"e prefer to take what I provision, and live ruttings hare been made ; thc ; ports if is a-oticiPated, will increase, and also th t"x- defy any oue todesit1 teat this tinJe a single
cntbefore fed
Tne linda \"il1 be li rAlI and sfack 12 I'cIack, a\\'ny greer. to gross J-S annually for from 1-4 to probable, focal cause ofdisetSe DCJr I he town. C'
it to the 'riber ) rewarded on prcsp.nling in thin ''ayers, I working o en. mules, and horses SOme y"ars to corne. The Ai PUl'.ation will be
PERRY L. alternately, with ; cut up in a Jachicola river, is .Jhe Apa made to !be Te'ritunal Legpi

-Ort. nrb. J83. lO.2w ARRI\GTON. Sweet, well aaved rye, oats, wheat, rice, or with about patent cutting box, nd mixed the ;roduce ofth South.western only pncticabJe outJet fur islature lhis faU, to inr.rporatc the C y and make "

barley s1rnw-puUing on er.eh layer of thrnRhed one-fourth of oat straw, (riot tlJe S8utJJ-eastern: part oj Genrgi., I it the county scire of Franklin:

'. J\.07'lCE. n "prinkJing of snit gta s, ) a sprinkling or'meal and \Vesl part of Alabama, and Middle Apl'licatiof wilJ be ft'rthmrh P.1tf. th
UI\NT then "as added, I Florida. within made to lI e
to tho "ttaw-grnss-sult say I
PUR Militia laws or Florida the &c. one pint. ,tin cup_ full to t"ach ani"IJal hvitA the.Apalachicola. fifty to seventy miles of G. to eet.bli"b ".P. o. thffe t r I 1
.' nnd men oItbisrcltml'nf .._ Lh" .J --- ...-. n. Chathlhnnrh._ ___... ._.J f:91 __ n. .' pd tn contract
'IU- to paracte in Quincy on DllerCIJ'tbe third re. There IS no nece3si.y. for aa) At eacb cutting, a number of the smallest t"'V1- and their tributaries, composing- n QUU r UOIIUVCrs C3rrY1lJJt the mall by l:1nd to M3nann I. ed

17th inK) "1 J o'cork A M Sotard3}' seed from it leparnting the bunches Were weigbed and also fertile and valua a vast scope or Apphcation will Jlso be made at tl.e next Stssion

.reels, ror drill nul inspection of equippe the as tbt law di: dry enrth Cove.ring put into dried saod, or Inrgest ; none weighed less, of tbe one oflhe finest l rnber cotton atJd sugar nd3 ,and f C Dgress.to 3 e it the Pori of Er try 20d DeIn.fry Sal

.," 1-.id.y, J6If.. tb Reunent: and on being g3thered and than five pounds, ff'g onl in the Uni n. Various for thIS dlstncr.-and
dllY prnious, ht if dried. it will, an many fifleen and projec. bave been we belicve the Navy Or
c., Il1mi i"n rl commis.oued pl 1fted ilj in the sorne sixteen 2nd devised .to .&d and Treasurv
CI Offict'D rre required to spring, s."l) in the month.. A fair sevenreen. chanru:1s and dirctt the other partments ha..vealre. d v been, or !l
''Q.uin 1\1 11 'cruc .A M parade in of Murch, average, I am satisfied trade to other places t will be shortly asked
,
in
n eql l'ped a"ordin to vegerate, It few daYlI, be, eight would msta Ce, a BIUI rOld from j r to have, :JD 06 cJal sur\"fY th

w... {.l'r Joh. 5.lur uf-u Instructed in the driU&Dd The beatrncthod: of Invi I pounds per plant, at each cuUi and o 1e rrom .Cohwbua Columbus to PcnsuoJa. made'OfLbe entrance &O Bav aDd barbonr, ::111 "
and ;
oflf lIu.IicI. tbe seed 'I seven in to Mar.on have "hich will c
t .1'e cuttings tbe been doubtless ssruL atIn'the
I I'u..u.u"a f nd ut .t aeason ; In the mode talked o ut the be iucc

LentS J IiILcn S JLA YSON"itee ;s required.by order or cDt .. ,. 'g re8ular jn th$ JQtof of planting Co which tbe eXlraordinry luxu. mereat.- wdd.-, rhIR.A.-".,-;_,_.' :D__rall'y.. rded s the mean' timp un__. ..WI'-. wnliiti....- .inr.M1'InYn...... .-." 1.h-.

( Adj't. 5lh Reg. F. Militia .Wc : rian o was owing, 1'vQS that would be DUQ VISIOO JTl s hernes : metchanls und others, at the North, tt at utJS 1tt4
: t-ted
: j"'tn.Cmtlltr. 34 Q tob 1635 J't iu j D't ,cornl1Htnt tioQ"fot govorned by a kno l"Subjoilled ble proj and which it'JS imPoSsi lum ror. 1 j dS I1\a
,
the ; hite
.. 11lene r con\"e. ut i t.W. 'especially ]>De 'boa
e ,. : r ... lo i tio.ri. e idea or a y ma e Window b UtprepuedftOO
\ ., 11 : carrymg sugar sashes frames aDd d )rs-

J 1'J. 4.., ". .. '. 4. _'r.. ... .' .. t l. fBubjoine-J., lumber, 'ffeaL.hu aart'iroo.drcd milea bacon in, .parki beer and j Dg a d weather boardicg, mantk tOl

., & ..1 4C. this 'cormtl'J'OD pieces, "dai'and cypress sfii gfes' a Id sJate ft 4'Ort

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f, turnt'J dJTsilb granite nnil,} other materials stone I jb11I1. I. The master oT tie William *J-uDclertok ityof t ny.the''n.r.mit lIthc AiLir4e qualities .t.. 54. .iI'4

jndOW I and such like -- the Rilotage of all the English vessels through his heart, he ,.a' *de4frd knnsetf 11 numerons .TTEtI'.A. 1 0' .
ink fair prices, Immediately LATER FROM SPAIN. "h '
command I
: the dangerous navigation ofthe Amazon. AU tjnaitttmnce; hcjrei fires a their regrets, and will
1tt..in.rt Jo5tph's anti during November and Deccm-several' Capt. Hnrtshorn, of ship Empress, from I came safe out of the liver 14th I l ong be renumbered;. .Though firfe in his purposeS Citizen Guards of TattB$$$&&
'lt-3nd we arc also opinion tint Malaga, sailed September 8th, informs on Monday, when reason'tequire'd, he vasyfl the kmdtst and
bet will find employmentwages us that September. ncrti affectionate of human befogs. At the Bar his YOU are eeretr warned to mrp Ali t &jG_tnl
bui1deN and carpenters the 'a revolution had broken out in Andalusia and I efforts were highly cre4itable."W he been spared, Square on Saturday ihe 84th insLtt$ Vs'1\f.
winter.
theft ant! rtud far I Grenada, (in Seville in the former province : From;; the ffev York Etsning' Sl
i and Malaga and Grenada in the WE and honorable distinction in his profession.He It is expected every memjber mitirwit .I" : ; .
latter TOLD %
tbe YOU SO. .
: ) on I Per order ofthe Capt.. W RJ ... .
has left attached
jORiDIAN 23d and 24th of August. The constitution of The following, from the Baltimore Patriot, tae-tendtre-st love a widcttr aud by to whoine every quality was constituting by Tallahassee, 17th ctober,1835'*tt. r :0.- I

1812 was proclaimed ; some monks shows that we were in that a wife fond f .JI
2JSATURD.AY. : were right saying Maryland good ; to her and his anxiom parents FOR CHARLEST01 -
.L Atn I killed at Malaga, and all the others imprison l was safe. his loss will be irreparable. He had been JL& t
,
OCTr. 2-t. e d. Such of tho troops stationed in Malaga I :MARYLAND ERECT. married bat three afart-fnonths, and in that interval The hr SOMERSET capu I
-.. made was happy in the full enjoyment of the presentinthe Wm. Lewis, now taking. I
Jjt0T- bang arrive,! from the North just a1jchCC < I a s resistance, were shot or imprisoned We have now accurate information from all bright prospects of the future.-But alas! lhe freight, will sail on the ltlinstant.

The ? \:1 g.'Jn to prc; hardly be able,this but many joined the insurgents. When Capt. I parts of the state, relative to the ejection on i: vanity of human expectations For freight or passage apply to* I IlOsncTTs'p'lme .

the r.Wge J of our foreman. OurieadCtS3 i i l lrek Hartshorn left, great rejoicings were taking I Monday last, for Members of Congress and Tohisrela'ivrsand friends at a distance it may MILLERI'UTN'At.f.. I ..
redeem
to lrktred to our extracts from other paTr1 place on account of the Revolution, and the i delegates to the State Legislature, which make be a consolation to learn, that nothing wa- omitted Th |brigrWAVE,Capf.Jabez'Lewis_ ,"s expected in .i :'
mtelhsenccKer city was illuminated. it certain which medical skill couU accomplish, whilst the a few days, and will run regularlyTwlth the Tt t 'r. ':
for tie late*! domestic and foreign Tranquility was in a that the Whigs have gained a most most assiduous find nfibctionate attentions were paid set to Charleston. The two vessels ar?- both ;ncv. t

West nn,1 other points of the cuast of Florida great measure restored. [Unless there is i signal and triumphant victory over the combin- him in his short but severe illness. B. and copper fastened MILLER & F T14-\I. >.

At mif, had an opruriuiiiiy ofnVtSofin some mistake in the date which is not I td forces St rsiarksOctober 10th 1835.- at' J.
tt.e t'dltor on Ills pma-r.- ,, proba Jackson Van Burenism. It may I Departed this life on Monday, the 19th inst. Mr. ; 4tIa
11'rll'! tn tlc tremendous violence ft I t ble, this! is a new occurrence ; our previous be emphatically and truly mid, that we have JAltbS BARLOW, in the 31st year of his age : He has OWO17E' J ''V- 0 l

"!"mtrr }huuie.,n.5 The coart i; swii WlIltrcksmd accounts of an i insurrection in Seville referred met the enemy and I ')left a bereaved widow and two children to lament 20 h! Baltimore Dry salted HERR :GS. *
heS they
I II are ours. :
: W.t there i jc iahlc to Jin I Ilrae I i a earlier peri d. The their irreparable loss. He bad long been 1\ resident "
: : M Key Poorly'}bnusafld i ] Election at the organization of the of this city and was well known in its vicinity. ROBERT HACJHIftiii: ri :
IUhunttn? Tnly: two bnndr .lroy-1 I Capt. Hartshorn also inform us that heavy State Government this winter will present the Nature never blessed man with a more kind eurd .
ue.= I ucioni-ea-4.( Commission Jterchdht.\ ;
wholly < f.
imm', amount rains in the I affectionate heart. .
..1albfsld an 111'1'err !1 I beginning September had much J I following and most satisfactory result : f

,1 l Tkmnberoflivcsl Itict must have, lie ascertain- injured the vines, ahd destroyed great quantitics -I A WHIG GOVERNOR.A DIED, in Jefferson County on the 2Cth of July, Rebecca SALE DAYS, Monaays'&Sa4r3ays..
TftJJlh, ,
CI/:1< raye-il"; 'xnrt number canno of grapes, WHIG EXECUTINE COUNCIL.A Florida, seconJ daughter of Capt. A. K. aDl 7 October, 1815".', -- ''T.tr 'f

H, 3KCTm.
cifccr unV, I'nd no': a ou1 avcd tl) relate the cn.nt.lrtH'n I SENATE.A .--- -'-- "-- --- NOTICE.. .: |t ,,1
'
--
r *n>l.r.in the rva<'{-nether vessel sunk I JYimi the Emti Register WHIG HOUSE Ol DELAGATES, & Lake JFimico and St. Joseph's Canal Company.BY S IX ,e.kn after late :I shall apply to the Judge of 0 '::
>\\ ] i..llr.i We hare: : Revolution at Para-Capture of the City-and A WHIG MAJORITY CONGRESS Leon County Court for Letters of Administration .
with it nil on pas a resolution nf tt- Boar'i Directors, in- t :1
cfr"r. 'arrj'm an
(.11 : Defeat ofihe Brazilian follows on the estiUJ of ISJRC R. Patterson\'r.
deceased.
Squadron.On : all of whom
VGnihi" cUbf'Ct: which for lark of time are staunch Whigs. ; e:1t of five dollars i.er share is required to O.
:> :
; df'835.
Il-6w JAMES
Drnto dofm.'.l l1r. n mxti crtc. In the mean. time, the 14th August last, at 10 A. M. the DANIELJENNIFER. be pud on the 1st November nt-xt. The stockhol a.LINN ..1fof

jnustbp ill lr"h'' '"'' "11 k. tIit ""(:tribn'' a grr."it ':iroOf first attack was made upon tho city of Para, I GEOKGK WASHINGTON.. ders are hereby notified that I will attend at the Cornpany'soffiee NOTICE -7- ,

tie UK"liviathe" -.''r-. t1 t1.( alm'l'-t f/Itrt abscncr '!fi/1.M.! i by miscellaneous multitude ofthe most savage I JAMES TURNER. of receiving said in this instalment.place on that 1'v day order for of the the purpos-bard rx witks after date I shall apply to the IloflcrabitJudge .

oa:i while} ihov! which rxM r.rc mnnv: of[ and ferocious people of color, mulattoes; JOHN N. STf ELE. THOS. BERTRAM, sr'y. z: of UieC'unty Court of Li 8n for Let.

j < soinjn&ci ",..,'V teetl. as to >< i vc fur little.she and Indians, amounting to about 4000 men,, JAMES A. PEARCE. St._ Joseph, 29 h Sejrtembor! I*:?." 1 1-2w ters Administration on the esta te of Andrew Moore

item lU-vruotion. For cxaml' armed with muskets, hives I rhnn.'n. ... u..___ ,-, __I deceased, late of suid county. r
jja[ d j."nvs. 10 :nn""t. $:'-1sTo axes, bows and I uu .uunuaumoers CII- J --- - ---- -- BENJAMIN WARDS

. 1 lot anv one UioV at t..c rolntivo p.itiou of the arrows, &c. The force assembled to resist I ISAAC McKIM.BENJAMIN TQ ww or st. JUtiL1 October, 1335 II CwNOTICE. .
.Ytlie\ l lgJjt.tiu': on Key J t i this forminablc LOTS FOR SALE. .
. Saibc. K"v< mi r-.rV., : j array, was unfortunately very C. HOVARD.FR.NCIS '
, t\,. 1-'IIII'n: ) 10..1 a' '>ihsht: on C'tricfnrt's r'f, inadequate for the defence of the city. The THOMAS.This THE Lake Wim o and St. Joseph's Canal Com -- .d.---

cf'.ho Shoals ncir Krv Tnwrnier.na 'conflict continued with ,having contracted for the construction* a Q IX weeks after date I shall! applv :o tile itgc
. r.nd1nf'rocltion T-rroV.c'-t! thai th-re is astroncruirmt constanJvsf'ir.contholn'tor. '- varying success on either is the voice of'Maryland, as proclaim Rail-road from the B.iy of St. Joseph's to connect wih I of the County Court for tht Cuunty ofG8 sd n.

: 1T"1nl1I'h.. vessels having tbe part ofthe bcseigcd or ofthe invaders, ed through thc ballot box on Monday List, and the river Apalachicola"\ia Lake \ViwiCl',- -also H.' fjr Lcttnrs of Ad 'i ni3r\tl'J! : on the esta LC of Joaepfi .1

znde the ('rnipr lish'! J:n-l\ ait-nptiii!to steer SouthWest until the former, weakened and disheartened she now loudly and earnestly calls her building wharves and warehoius, nt l oth en.K o: Fu-M, ceased. JOHN A=J. FIELD. 'I
to h.- tranf'-I upon the road, 'o be ready for the transirtion of bvisiu, *. Ocu.b'.r, 1 t33 -
hp.nr I It >
tIle
n-ls. \ losses
\ xri'h light w ar by severe amounting to about half sister States to "go and do likewise." -iHE > 'I
Omtuspnrrof "e'-nast whi'-h i< notoriously! by 1st December next, have laid oft into ronvefic-Mt',: _-__ -c I
fl daa-wonstnapproi-h there is 'li-rh' at nil for one: J J tllf'tr original number, including many excellent Maryland holds fast to her Democratic Re- lots, the new town of St. Joseph's, on a beautiful ek.! NOTICE !

l.undr"tlnJ twentv wiles. Will it t\l -Iedited that'' officers and brave soldiers, were compelled publicanVhig principles, and the seductive vatfij plain, about halfway up the Kay, on the Eastside rfln subscribers! having-estaWUltec! "I CIGAR "-1
SM'n'rnrrj-inffflne hnnrlrl'/1'I to retreat on board thu of the advices at the point where the rail-road will terminate. .1.
three thonC\n: ( .h'rrjrn'l ships squadron of the Jackson Van Buren can MANUFACTORY in j GadidenCouniyfFjDrii '
'! ofprop m ions city. sanguinary contest never gain foothold within her borders the railroad Ciuincy, to cry cn tltcn ,
four cna .t. which ha hither I track to extend to the extreme end of it, sin
( > ss
i.tnllr passthK point : ex'Mi'-iv'ely they wilt fulfil
1 li terminated after 9 days hard fighting, by the so that vessels ; erdcrsat Ibusr.o't "
load) and
sid ,
can
our discharge along
/
UnICe&IUn1aIrpe1QC.Cd
1\1 !!.I4'fl so) y govern cargo st r'otIC?: Any quantity from fifty to hilbilrtr I.
total defeat of the Brazilian forces and flight of The electron for member of the rars. '. '.i.mi I can
DCllt _ _ _ Congiess in : And they ,flatter
('o'lcnT! cropwoTiinjrin '. It i< ofnneKe".c the Governor, who lost his son and Aid decamp Pt-ndleton District, S. C. has resulted in the for Thc lots in the town of St. Joseph will bo offered I 'hc-vrlvcs tr.nt their Clears cannot be ;urpasse
. : : t quality: anJ will be hrger than that of 1 I killed in the early part ofthe action, as choice of Thompson, Jr. by a majority of next.sate Terms at public, J cash auction, tae balance, on the in I4tli three of Drcrmber by any iradejn! Fl ma! ..Iiam .fit. j
equal from Havana .
1.. 1 v.arI ie-; : was enucd V n rniirnrrnnHMlv w* -" nnimatlrnr- ...-------*-' his.-- 700 votes. --- o\.er- -- -l\lai.--, -p.rrv-. thp... ITn"n. ...u ""n.nJr .u.u.-;_ ffie-nts. fV- ->-- ,_,_.t..i.n.u/ ._.,,_.*_"_ I '\'r hlt11111j'c.f! fll 1'av piven. the state Hf ihc polls men to repulse! the savdgc horde that beleagu- dale. 36 months, with interest from the day site. Title O-.M.! 24,1835 1J-U. *' ; II .y CO.
f.i nctnbc'r', of lie Lei .l.Tive C.uu-il fiom) this 1 j bcnd wiil be issued
. cd this unfortunate and ill-fated city. by the company to the purchasf, --- --- -- -_ _
({11m"'. lint nreiK'iaMi11>' do so nuns* to the 111,1111. on their with!
complying the terms of sil<*, and a fee LAN1) (
;; .". nr.f'hf Acii: ; GOlIlor.'ilo' -' .' hity U 1to As the enemy were cut down by hundredsin The election in this county for Members of simple title executed -wlim the last instalif.ent i irf paid FOR S ALF :3 ,

, ('('-:1 'h.} T'.1\111. i the street by tho' steady fire of the soldiers the Legislative Council, held last Monday' resulted ROBERT BEVERIDGE, prcstL.W.StStJ.C.C. -i. TALE: a tract of LAND, r 01 tainfri? 628rc I|

I flanked by the guns of the Brazilian squadron, in the choice of Messrs. J. Morton \ ., on the jlloIDoJ\la Lab-, adjoir ng \S' W. t f
: tI HJr. Glaj i': '- and Davis believed
WrtTrh'ITrto".n.e: : PI"trh..m St. Joseph, October 1st, 1535 11-Cw : to b*> equal in t'erCriityf.oi3toatrt-'
I
assisted by a Portuguese corvette and H. M) T. M. Blount.
Pensacola Gazette. laud ia Florida
ip rnj dlv wihhs: 'ulltrn.t ".n the St. MarksRuJroad [ : The terms of payment vfll be made
ThT np'etioi! ll cl'this workill 'ont *loop Racehorse, commanded by Sir Kvcrard TAX COKLKCTOR'S SALE. easy to a purchaser .

t the places of the killed and wounded We the SHALL nt sale the first For terms, -c.'apply to J A ItARRCV
st.tuie\ jtm' ea: in il-epio) 'Terity of Tallahassee.At Illume are happy says Columbus Sentinel I expose on Monday in .
:: -' instantly filled by successive bodies of of the 8th, to have it in our to state that May neAt at the Court House door in the town 1 -Augusta- Oct 15, 1&35 ll-IO / ofustaGaFRANKLIN ,
,
power
a merlin" of the n.embcrs of ihe-nar & I t the savages and banditti, pouring in from the the Farmers Bank of Chattahoochie, locatedat I as of Q.uincy" Forbfs',Fart Pnrchase of that, valuable lyhi on Trac the tof Land, known of the I ACADEMY "
waters
.J; Officer.of llu> Court of ihe County of Leon, country, thirsting only! for the blood of the this place, re-commenced business on Wednesday Rocky Comfort, Cane and Sweet Water Creeks, and This Institution is now opened. All t lat is usual v I

convened al the Court house in Tallahassee} whites, and indiscriminate plunder. In their last, and is now prepared to redeem all between the Apalachicota and Little Rivers ; or as ly taught in Academies, is taught in it. :

Lratal excesses they spared neither nor their billswhich be much of it with the improvements, ns will be sufficient The residence*fDr. Flake b-ing rcbask.tiy
en the 9th div of October, 1S-J5: for the pur- age may presented for pay- the Taxes due the Subscriber, pI
tosatiify Coanty thereon for the and
poss paying n tribute of respect lo the rnemt i HCX ; a great many citizens fled for refuge to.. ment. [Augusta Courier. eighteen hundred and llurly-fire, unpaid, with costs year: have the School room arrnng-pn1t'nts attach d, to till bti'ig.d"'f made["jrt,frf to-

Ury ofOscR "'mn:, ]K-q., ITlic II ott. Los- j\ the Cathcdral-this however, was no sanctuary' and charges; being returned by the Assessor for said rents who may"se pr p-.i to jfnd their mildren,vii!
uigainst the insurgents who got possession of FIFTT-XISE TONS OF BIBLES have been County as unlisted ; and the prlpc4'ty of CJu''r.'; :\i tch. I: fihd it a pleasant, retired and healthy pia:.. ** .
lie ;. Thompsonvns called: to th( Chnir, and! I ,it.i They dragged their unhappy victims from cllPeter Mitchell John'Carnachan, Tomas Ve ni- I RB.. KEIB .
it shipped from England to Antigua and Jama- yie, David B. D. R. I Tallahassee
1aid: Chandler: l Ogden, Ogdan Mary Jarvus, October 8h, 1635 9 tt
the .
WJH nppoiuletl j Scretnry. altar, and! murdered them in the streets
ca, for the use of the emancipated blacks,- John T, Bareen, An/irew S. Garr, JQSpb.M. White J
On motion! it was re.-olved, Iht E. Chandler without rcmoisc. u Do you make good use of your bible, CulTee and William Christie. Valuable Town Properly at .qztciiiOn .

an J Thomas I'.iltzell, E '(lrs. he nppdintrdntoTimitfce His excellcucy the Governor or Presidentof said cue of the class readers, .* 0, berry gooduse Sale to take place within lejjal hours. Terms Cash. Saturday the 1.1th d >y o Novembej. '

the Provence, at length effected his retreat ROBERT FORBES, next, I shall sell
toilralt llutioni masa-I a I to the highest that
( ofincfinscof bidder
rl'
expressive trop my razor on em. Religion Tax Collector far GaJsdcn County. Ivalnab'e| ,
: on hoar tbe Campistu, bearing the flag of the i is like r it Oct. 9th, 1835. IIt"Vatchcs : property belonging.. > he &ale _
the mcc-tin I liberty! cannot be conferred on of A L'1. berl.,tf"I'P1IC.w' X-, .-.. _.' TV U"
C* admiral, under the command of I ------ "-'''' Ii" 01' 'I'L .IV"
I our gallant ---
The irnfnitto Pic0"beind those incapabl3 ol appreciating its value. Upwards '; The location of the above ropert'y males it second
: reported fullowing \ '
countryman, Com. Taylor, who was naval of 20.000sterling has been in Jewelry, &c. .onon-as a business stand. Terms mad: known eft
: ) Resolutions! raiscjl on the
j commander ofthe expedition destined to subscriber has day of sale *"
protect just
England to educate the re
of thb West THE ;
1\IlEnr.t it t has pleased Divine Providence -i Para. India Islands. negroes from New York By order of the administra"-. -? *'
Every thing for their souls- r "
. : to tal\o from us ur respected brother, On Sunday, 22d August, the whole city was nothing for their bodies. Instead of being with Goods an iu extensIve his line, assortment which he offers of : "-_' R J_FI \ ;_LET, Auct'r,
I RECEIVED
" Oscar While, Ebq. n ho has been cut off by :I abandoned: by the remaining loyalists, and ; taught the mechanic arts, the use of the for sale on accommodating JUST :30 barreK and FC'i4 Tres-; +Sn-IgtT1r FLOUR.Y' .' 1

early death in the commencement of a caj I I j i such ofthe white population as were wretched :olough and harrow, the plane and adze, the terms. His purchases were from new Wheat: Goshen BUTTER*] do CfceeSe
; survivors of a most horrible nnd fkndlike mas _ mostly made with cash ; and he ra boxet.- 10 bags
awl prime COFFEE
Hi
or needle, the anvil r :fcorr; Lafayette
rcer, jjiv.njr lth I and lapstone instead '
promise of usefulness as a !1 1ilifl sacre. Thousands fled to the ships and boats believes he can sell as good bargains aad Jackson CHAMPAIGN, direct from the _

and fiilem as a L-iu-ycr.! Be it therefore upon the river. The ships and vessels of war of practical industry, temperance and integrity as can be bought the attention in this purchasers country : He to his wouldpatticutarlycall Importer : Pure Maderh WINE, in 1 ai d t 2 gallon 'f<
they arc taught to read their bible and as- demijohns.
_
were crowded with the wounded ond hapless sing hytns. They all begin at the end scrtmcnlof Tfy&S&SW&Q AND QLTCkTyaSi The above srticles may be had of R J tekIey,a& .
Resolved, That in testimony of our respect refugees, most of whom escaped without a I -they attempt to finish the wrong y&Q&Bd to the selection which he paid particular at the Warehouse of D W Dorsey St. M irks. '.1
superstructure before attention : Among hit Goods are tbe folfowinO'arti..tc Tallahassee t
for the deceased, we n ill wear the usual badge < chnnge of linon, or property of any kind, whilst they have laid the foundation. But the viz: Gentlemen and Ladies GOLD LEVER .'- 17th October, 1935 10-tf ; .1

"Ii t TI)uruing,. for forty days.Henulvcd the revolutionary banner, crimsoned with movers in the grand religions se berne feel WATCHES, Gentlemen's Silver Levers, Plain and FOR SALEA ;'.1

Tint kuman.blood, was displayed upon the towers Qtrnnrr in thc fnilhthov nro. aiiro, tho.. *. dnA. laK Horizontal- .. Watches. .., Swiss. Watches- at" very- \&vr-- prices NEGRO BOY. nineteen vpars nf 0.t f,.-1a'1.J'.. 1
: a of the -- ,
ftf --- -- -- 'U' .
copy ,proceed.oI J .go ; aines ijioiu nccit vauius: wciiueipen-s Guard been three years at the
ai.d Carpenters
ot rnra. Business
|this meeting he :i;red by the Chairman and Thus palaces this fine Province, watered the I with them. They raise $100,000 l to teach the and Watch Chains, Seals and Keys, Ear and Finger regular bt!z2t l\Iechat1ics'-he is likely, nctivelonc, wjtt
by :
Bosom Pins of various
and
negroes religion, while thousands of their own Rings, patterns; a great smart: Persons wishing to purchase
eCrctar' w
and presented ti the family of the magnificent stream of the Amazon, and richin : poor in Ireland are perishing with variety of JET JEWELRY, gold and silver double the subscriber J S RJJSSEL'Ll-il'apply to 'f

ceased, and bejiublUhcd in the Floridian.! all the valuable productions of the earth, with hunger, actually -I and single eye Spcctales:, extra'cfasses for do to suit October 17th, 18:5 10-3w ,
ding want-they must die in "j
a and silver Thimbes
aliases ; gold ; Alabasf: and
A L. A. THOMPSON. I blessed with a salubrious and delightful climate land of plenty. because it is deemed more cha- Ebony CLOCKS, warranted to perform well, a gno.J FORSALE ,.

1test i Chairman. and a soil incomparably fertile, when I itable to look after the souls of the blacks, article, at low prices: An excellent assortment of silver A second hand BILLIARD TABLE, in ffooc order '

EDWARD\ CHANDLER, converted to useful purposes, from its natural I. than to feed the hungry and clothe the naked and shell COMBS ; 'frevolving plated Castor's, Enquire A RANE. : T
rondition-this noble appendnteof the crown plated Candlesticks, Snuffersanc Trays; Music Boxes S t.Mar,, Oct 17th, 1835 lo..3v I
whites:
of their
Secretary. I own soil, and this is called re of all Accordian 'Flutes .
sorts: Violin
of Brazil, must fall, it is feared, into the hands ligion. It is delusion-it is faniticism. The Ladies Work;and Fancy Boxes; ; Silver; Table Strings Tea:, Hon.NOTICESix Conatr Court weeks after date, 1 will ;PpJy to tbe'" ; '

rou THE nORWI\ of a ferocious body of thieves and murderers, great atonement for sin on earth, is to relieve Salt and Musterd SpoonsISoup. ; Cream Ladles; on the of Leon for Letters < f Administration -= ..

"r R. EDITOR- whose sole occupation and delight is vengeance the wants and distresses of our fellow beings. Sugar Tongs; Pap, 'andDessert Spooru G;ntle- of said cotnvr..estate of Oscar JAS.White, d- eased, 1at., <

Election in thought, word and act against the men's slaving Cases: Anflssortment'efCth'LERYcousistinL Tallaha! McMULLEN. ,
Th? F is o\'cr-md al- of Ircry Handle Kt ives and Forts ee, Oct. 13th, 1935 10- 5w

) Snrny j.ckrt tailed in part. I acknowledge whiles, until they completely extirpate them, THE CAT LET OUT OF THE BAG.-An Illinois best Razors, Knives and Swsors; Best Needles; Rogers; Gold Persons I Icd
books
"/unfeigned and and convert this beautiful country ir.to a sec paper says:-An Itinerant yankee passed through and Ivory mounted Canes; Porcelain and Morocco o. w. will having belonging to th n.bove-nam ,

cwrd al pleasure, producedJ' ond Hayti, under the dominion of a race of this village a day or two since, and sjH'iit a night Pocket Books ; Coral, and .nil other sorts of Beads: plebe return tbeu- to he mbocriber.

c general rerult. The approaching ses- men deformed by every species of moral de with us. He put up handbills as soon as lie arrived Good double barrel Guns; Pistols; Cloth, hair, shaving --JA .McMULLEN. -
l of the Council i is aiinoncing a theatrical entertainment and tooth Brushes ; Pientiss' best shaving Soap, }"Oft (
contemplated with some pravity. t; E\V YORI'tlle i
&c. The subscriber is .z.-
wiKitudc ferce'iri one act "The Cat let out of the Straps, now prepared to repair -
and we All civilized nations ought to take the alarm bag, of Watch Music &xes&c. !,rig SUSQUEEIkNAhJ: t
can rely on the capacity, : &c. in the usual manner of such things. When any part that is ., ..'
: f1r nncss end integrity Of As and contribute towards the reduction of this the time arrived, the house Smw'a Ball Room deficient, he has <'mployet? a GunSmith from the n. rl3.ttoone, master, 'will b te quia! '
our
delegation. ( )
Norlh
who has J
just arrived ; ard he confidently believes. ctespl1tchp b n-ing of htr
ti 19 a fine Province and to the salvation of its hiihcrto crowded but part cargo 'en- -
maxim in republican governments, that was nobody appeared on the stage .,with his assistance, *'nd that of Mr. Bryant in gagei. 2or freight of ttvo hundred bale 7 of"i
enquat
{N lic services I unprotected, yet christianized inhabitants, lor some time. At last a shrill whistle} was heard! the irci Making line, thnt he will be able to do >..e ni'dster on beard. _. i.

_..' .. faithfully performed, should be .f-_,_. thp_ *mnrtratinn r\F the__ nrp. pnt .rovnln.. -then a Jewsliaro-then a villainous: three-string1- work <.nrniet'il to hijn.. naVJ and r>c _IaMn.a1ll .tt, rJl'l St. Marks. J h Octobpr, Io 1t. 1"-".. .
-- u '- -- ----- -- -- ----- -'- &vI' .
I 4Dtully rc\\arc.ct.! I receive a don'hle gratifi- t tionary faction.---0- D I"u 1.------- ed fiddle-and finally, a plain-dressed chap entered be done in the country. : -n-r -all .."?.

I ration at the : having a bait 'thrown over his shoulders. He lie will continue to receive additional JtJ.9Rl.9NH.t1 .
proof of continued and unabated These cruel oppressors and rebels will hold' suppli of R.9CBS.: ; I
Goods the srii. ,
I ccta seated himself with the between his throughout sea
gm.fon,' this occasion his j jI bag legs-, THE RACES over the ,
Citizens hS fellow| I possession oftbe city and control the Province, began to untie it-held the top with his hands! FREDERICK TOWLE offon Marianna Coun will COrt

to Mr. Macon.and in the flattering unless the supreme authorities of Brazil senda i Now he cried, clapping }his hands, Scat! yon-I 1 Tallahassee, October 25th, 1' 35. l1-tf Wednesday 13th Jan.nexZ-andc'ntinue fotr--

I 1eslirnonj of growing confidence reposed in I force of several thousand men to recaptureaud audio out sprung a furious Tom Cat, pell mel TEN DOLLARS REWARD. daR day-A Sweep.Staktslfor t old cetv-, :
r.
: Dural. fortify the and by decisive & the }hats and bonnets. Some aimed fur the tWO mile heats. OO yet ,
Leon has showed that she i i. city prompt among AY boutlh& JS1h instant, a entrance, half forI it. EIltrics .
proud of'tbe honorable measures, bring back the insurrectionary party windows-some, for the doors-some screamed, RANAW Jab.hy the name of DICK, about to Second be made d by the 14th Dec. next. : \
independence of opin- while some cursed and swore-and 50 r-Jockey Club 8-200
some purse
AOn and to their allegiance.The laughed. years of age common size, slender he:1tsSentr.ln'e. -two mj
aclln-of the exemption from the in- i British merchants escaped with their The curtain dropped! "Ladies and gentlemen built., lick has aTrenjarkable spot of while Third ; .
aente of : the i said the manager, "lhe farce is over-we think. hair on the ton of his head, about the size heats-830 day-Jockey Club purse t100.four mile } C3
partyf inflexible and entrance. l
honesty lives on board the corvette Racehorse. Sir The ;
I The whole in of a dollar. said ,
itegity vou. room was an uproar. Some I negro was Jbrmerlj Fourth '
Let, of!Purpose displayed by the old mem- Kvcrard Home, the commander, made every i wanted to see the farce acted over-some not- y. the property of Lutlebmy Jones, and it is entrance money DayProprietor.of the second Purse third to cc nsist of the.- ;. ;

Mac' She bas ratified the measures of Mr. exertion to save what be could of their property but while they were deliberating, the Yankee supposed he is cither* lo.-tering about St. Marks or Apalachicola -mile heats, three best in.tive-t15, and ourth days :.
K made himself The a >oye rewwd will be paid on his being Entries be entn.nee. J
and succeeded in loading several merchant scarce, to made witl
? \ the Se -
Very Iarge..of Mr. Duval, by an confined in auy jail, or delivered to me, on the ot the ctArl, by 9 o'clock l
evenIng
with the of it. All the preceding e
hclminri, vessels residue respectable Ocktokony. .. ASA MUNSON. n Race,
maJril Shc FINN'S LAST In Pant The New Market "
receives as the .1
Pry
other
ftde. determncd: night, es tgove aH
of merchants wisely to leave October24Lb. 1825 FltfADMINISTRATOR'S The irrootsed j jn jnstanee ;
the principles and which when he.offered himself to Phoebe (Mrs Herring,)I iA first rte order, anL
tensive:
'iU feelings the placo with the wreck of their shattered for- Finn remarked that rangene-g "iB b6 made ai .,
id for the
1).1 e LICU nothing was more natural. NOTICE comfort of visitors.
their faithful n'ca8urc' at the next session, tunes, fend seek security in their wares and than fir a Finn to be attached to a Herrintrf the next April Term Jackson County Coujft Several Turfite' from Alabama and Gc orgia,have .*' ,

I Und hoaora }e career at the last. merchandize at Maranham or elsewhere in N. Y. Spirit ofthe Times.A I AT undersigned, Administrator ofihe Usiftte of r more than to attend with stables of good 1 orses. and .

;ope)'et, :1t Brazil better calculated for their William Spears, deceased ill I ordinary sport may be exrecte 1.
t Borne future day, to hear repeat- ; commercial bill to abolish imprisonment for debt, passedthe presen hIs accounts ,
00 my 8bor than the hitherto distracted and and vouchers for settlement\eith said estate and Sept. 31th A.Ii11BU8S0c'y... : r.
pursuits, British House 1835.
a flame, udorncd with the of Commons, and been sent to to be discharged therefrom. pray I 8-13 w .
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I tne title dear defenceless city of Para.n the Lord r ; Jj

I fthi- .r.' "I toe new to many of the sons of Florida. --------J'.. Sorrow 6th.- .Sent- --. -H-. -M..-- ----I"Slnnn -Rnne----- .HI"*<...1111:....,U\4UUV1"f*.-_.._WILLIAM.I"4 M 'Iu.1S.0... .SPEARS-11.t.Ap'l. & ., adm'r. Colnmbu.The State! T.1--Rigbt.'..._i Sentinel._ \17111_1."Augusta,).)....... .'_, 1a... and_ ___th- I I

i ddie F10nda m(:bers is well known in.. horse, moved down thc stream accompanied OBITUARY. ADMINISTRATOR'S the 1st Jan. and forward their f accounts- ,w to Itrs; '
NVCI.A
his for his private Worth, no J less by all the British and foreign merchant vessels taryforpayment. ,
DIED, at the residence of Mr. Jamet McMullen LL persona having demands the .
professional against estttte of .
$ On utlainmcnl3 and qualifi- to the anchorage off the Bay of St. Anthony, I 'in this city on the 9th day of October, from a violent Joseph L dd, deceased; late of Leon County POT8TPOJ\ED R Cf8 ? *

thto : these rounds rest our hopes'of pieparatory to their final departure from the attack of the Biliotrs Fever; OSCAR WHITE, Esq. will presort them duly attested foe settlement-and THE RACES at Maoianna fc11
are
dihnction he may acquire and the river Amazon Two of tho: foreigners and late Counsellor an J.Attorney at law,son of Colonel all persons indebted to the saW estat.c are hereby required 'of their conflicting with the* at poatjloned.ii account .
dwnqy n hich
ay iu good he bound the United Joseph B. White, of Ken utky. and a near relative of tQ make imacdiate payment to the subscribers mence on the sameday. Co m- ,
the Americans to States with "c
h Capitol Square. It i. nothing the Delegate of this Territory. Mr. White had' attained JOHN HAMLIN ) Wednesdayi3hJan.i& They. wjU m racncc on .. ,
tUtftir to apprise him that his 'constituent property saved from plunder of the city. otio his twentJ-fih year, an
tjrd. is called the William Penn, ,offc Salem, going i three years i ill the Territory. October Hth 1835 11V. SrP" Paperchat may hare inserted tI:,
confidently orb"al
on a fearles nnd able announcing his decease, we feel publication ofibe
.OrtnaUte per- direct to that tho other is called The oppressed by Marianna Racca, will
of iJ dut,. WAIULLA. port ; sensations too painful to be described. PC is cut off BLANKS of every description fyr Si1e the adCltiaeml\nf eto-ayperj 'tC wAUtt..t

Amethyst, a regular Para trader.. to. the noon of fie, iiub'e vcry.bpenbfth matbr- at this omce. : notld ALLE' a. n USE Pnttp2rt S
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ir ]GROE8orSJL' --- } r Watches, Jewelry, te- = NOTICE.-Sd 'wetka after tiate. ahFl to ibs .: -n"__ .. nu. NOT-l."E -

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Hon Jodge oflke Covaty Court of an17. > the entire x ThOnthS atLn date ia on
( subscriber has THE TJNDERSIGfEl baring purchased .PI; wits b
.1.[*&*.the hiffcest bidder, on the 21 ft December THE additional just re for Letters of Administration on the estate Jeremiah iDertStoCMr. Gideon Emnry' the I :, the Hon. LM Jor 0' the Com .

f I % itfctfefibwinff property to wit: J500 acres of of WATCH an JCWBUIT supply Pit- Dre late of said County deceased.I tie! establishment conducted .under the firm rchan-I I Jack'4)1 County fee Lettm of .m 1lrO1 J Coat
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JOHN NELL
lu1a J oonty. divided into three trads.tM8' notifies his friends and f Estate gf Andrew G. Maya_ !
: YEa Srooxs,&c which be offers ton & Emory in this place, : I
-tf
; tbeM, < r sixty NEGaOES14 I for sale en his customary rea- Oct. 10th. 1835. customers, that he is now receiving a general assortment r H. HOLMES,

j IJU-COOP RsheI.< >Ta, and fodder in proportion.Btvad'will onabk terms. DOLLARS REWARD. Goods selected by himself with care in Bo<- >":11t 22
H be soil on arreditof fr fft one to:wen- FORTY -
and offers the
same
I FREDERICK TOWLU. ton, New York and Baltimore : '
k trfiah--with inters* from date. Sit months will RANAWAY from the Plantation of retail at ihe stand occupied by ]I { E.AT -
Oct 4th, 183*. (8tf) ; a: reduced prices at I the
i.: : tfc gifwft ott the If eroe if required, bearing interest I next January Teim of Gsd3ea
Judge Randall l, in Jefferson Co. a Mnlattoe the late fiirm. ALSOEIrected ,
fPatck MJur direct CO/Jct
ero data and ,iBank.e The subscriber has employed a ".curt the und Pi rnd. Kxemtor
-I. negotiable at "
: from .
Woman named REBECCA Harmonydirect I I I
brig
aged the
daily
JDQ. McLE IORF1'aI1KM from England; and assures the public that any work per 1 NVill and Testament n( Jo.rrthan Itia
.
about 30 yrari. She is short and stoat inform Liverpool, on consignment, Tho-na .a'will
c entrusted to him in his line, shall be done procnpUv I his and
13 1S33. 8U.NOTICE. present account vnueb..rs
Sept. F. T. of a dark copper color with freckles! 30 tons hammered IRON : r'r Itt
t -. and in the best manner. I with said estate, and pray to e d b
r red tii'
0. -and! with long straight black hair. She 30 Crates Eartbern WARE
t.: is remarkable for very small 1 feet &, thick 190 pieces COTTON BAGGING I E.1 ACH.\".
/an order of Court in Chambers, I shall offer (or In Gedsden Superior Court-May Term, 1835. G-llcr."n Co.June 5SIX 44-6m
4. ankles.! She was brought to this Countryfrom 1020sacks Liverpool ground SALT, I I I

It. ( t siedtheP1ant&tioiothe late Wm J. Manldinto Daniel Bird'Si.Thonta.s Compt South C3.rolinand it is supposed will endeavor which he offers at wh-Msale Merchants, at or near: i t It, I months after dte, shall

. It / satisfy th* debts a ainst said estate) four Negroes, 1 to find her way back. She was last seen at St. New York price- :j, and Vouches: as f e S"'omlt'ti nur-
old U1.utn"of
: f> wit: Stephea, twenty nine years Mary, Prestonjr. Marks. Cotton purchased as usual. i I i John Lester deceased, to ths Hon. the e t a.eot

.1! t ttrentystren ywui--Carolina, thirteen years-and Wm. D.Jones H.10nes.r.c cniXCERT. The :abr're reward will be paid for her apnr'hensioa TURBUTT R. BETTOX.I I'I for the Couc-ty of Leon, acd f f Connt Cot
apply w ad:
, : ; Le1t7. elrrett years old Lit ebeTTy taken out of thb Territory, and twen y dollars Tallahassee, Oct I, 183. 8-f Ij I I I I ;
'. : Wetotakapl&ee: between the usual hoxrs. The bun of Edward Tith all reasonable charges, Iun.tI.'ithin the j I JAS. J. LESTER, )

J Jno. O. SEW ALL, Adm'r. Doyle, deed., and the Territory and delivered to her owner, or lodged NOTICE.Six weeks after date, I will apply to ;>, Mre3! 2M 1835. W3I. LUSTER "xecJtar:

'. I ",1IuUnn Sept. Ie 183.5. 7-6. heirs Wm.Hambly. I Efttiifactloa rf the safeh in'j3.i1. Wm. CANNON. : the lIon 'he Jcd.ce of the Gadsden County Coon for -: 32 1.J
the
IT appearing to Thomas Belmont, JefTson Co. Sept. tJ3, 1833.: 8-Iw. Letters of Adm nitration "e bonis '0 t with the will NOTI :E.
te Defendants
J. ; I NOTICE. Court that Jon do not reside in thl ;' annexed upon the goods and chattels, right and : T tie! next January T nf
< rm de
Preston and Wro. D.
$
Hon. the jr. FRENCH 8r ENGLISH GOODS cr.*di':> of John Forbes, dec who died ou; of thtsTerritory. -'i A Conntv Cacr
date I ,ball a.pp1y to the of Gadsden
,' z weeks after Territory but reside in the Town of Columbus, Geo. County. tte nnderused
I I' A'drnini'
!
L Cooniy Court of LeaD Connrr for lettm cf Admin and the residence cf the heirs Edward D.iyle deed. GIRARDIN& WUYIiare lately receiednnH 2." 15 8 r THOMAS BALTZELL. tMtrr of! th" estate of F rn.lnd Giichmt. cVc'dI .5
Sept. -t i
Mtrtik&oa the estate Banish A. Pierson. and the heirs of Wm. Hambly, : opened a variety of new t:' Articles, such as I I for v>tt>me..
HALSEY. therefore on motion of the Comp'.ainints Solicitor, JEWV.LRY. C30I O and WATCHES ,frvery NOTICE. i i; said estate, and pray tJAMES> 'Ic tlivh'\r .oj t.i f1'mm. **4

.. .Sept. llth,. 1835. 8tf ordered that publication be made Areeably to the decrription. Clocks. V'Austri,11 L:1rn\ i !I '.. iILCHflllAdr
I .
MIDDLE T&rCT.-GAcsms- SCPERIOR CtF.T.Darid statute in such case made and provided, nnd that said !j pit, bronze and glass Candle-sticks! cut glass B- tiles, : S'X mQnhsaer':\te of Henry due Murray as Administrator I *hal! present on the I II 'i G&.t.den-!.- eou.-vJu'e 15t] .1J3.t1':1
defendants and plead answer, or demur, to Tc I m'I' -- ---
tb, appear j ami Cnini \-jK; ts.Er I
G Rcnty i- In Trespass on ens- upon accounts vouchers for settlement. -
the complainants bill filed in this ca'ise, en or before : ."!i>h Silver; mounted GUNS-French Guns inease I NOTICE.
c.t W. lltrr&, premises. the f.rs ot the next Term of this Court, or the I' PI n1 l "f:1l1 kinds.A I G. G. HOLT, Adm'r. !! L -avi'rs i
: day | ?- *! = persrrs : any
St 'IIr..r.n
Irt1liaf ctc In Summons ad r"spon-iendam Marks Ju'y 13 49-Cn. !j I Ai. .. tne r,
same will be taken pro ccfe:: '. ccreralasortrncnt of Paper Ilinjrinjrs, Perfumery I .p r.f r3L Tbr.s.IVPi,H
flgrpz. for fl lonG br.1es. gf'l"ro-k.dcc.
Rury, AtacFnerJ f..r a* 515 *"!ntd true cop y. I Fancv Paper and GIBnus, Ladies' Work NOTICE j!j,I 11'of J ff.'rI -'nC"'f.J"TWI!' 'I'. J ., ".. ...I' :

TS r.ab.c\- Ac-., 1. R HARRIS, Clcik. B/xc:, Gcr.tleni'-n'N Dressing Cases, Writing Desks, :I: nierrot th, cam' !o th'- "J"t Crr f r r.r to J' .jwo..e
JGIS At J1I..t 19.183S--rt'c? I T.onths from date e will present our vOt,-h f hte
J rrIberTem.l5 May 23 4MnLAND .I Rnzois Mirror Gilt: and Ivory Combs,-Gold, Sii-i SIX and accounts f r a settlement, and slll\l1l\p- Cars !K:1 j j'y.. i* L"Jw. ar.i a'l "'n ilY b td t,
4 aid Shell trI"5! &r &. &r. 1 'he raid f'c ''e h..c'. .
vcr Spcct v ret.-'cfi
I to the hon. County C"urt >f G8d den for ma ;
interested hereby py County rJyite.Ps'i"cri1.r.
E and all' otb-r nrt '
rt'ndJnt ,
FOR SALE I Alcl', a var if'ftnq' DRY GOODS, s :ch! as LtI I Letters of Disnrission \.Iminierralllrt of l" rhf" JOn:; 1. "'THRF.RT
the
the said suit and cstt-
of 'ion of
_, n..uiied trnincut'* '
of J the issuin of idwhml'nt and to appear and :1 wish to sell 137 .vies of Land.C0 IT.M which:: die.rav.ts: t.t! T Caps, Ginse Veils) Shawls, Silk lof Hczekiah Wilder! late of said County deed. I Qri.eiY r HC"J cr.
; ?t. N E nf Tal-! ard E'n''roi.jtd Glove.end Rich Pursc5.They I : \h. 2& 1T.f.YSPEI'Jt
ead to the declaration fiW in *aid cose, arcordincto is in cultivation. lyin? aboct 11 m > E WM H. \\ ILDEt, Adm'r.
$ hav.nn ha'"1 ana? 'rtf" nt of Violins, BirdsOrins
toMrnticcllo :
road frcn Til; nh-.y-c'
the mail '
f the Statute in sorh csc mide and proTided. )aha ec on ANN BURNLEY, Ad:1'x.ftj" ; | AND T n'ER.O\tPI.AI T-
I llnrmonir.is tool1usiC&11 Boxes
adjoining lands: of John Pnrkl.ill. Armloadand Ari.rlf.nnc : 30 42-Cm ; J T Dr. J. P.
PKTES. P'/ .
Dated June 19. leJ5.J. l.in-1 Tollali <*c SI'I'. 20th, 18 \'. 8-4w :: }- io' vf'Pl;!icrgi'G'1i,.
and
D. WESTCOTT, Jr. obers. I; :.: w watered prodnctu'e I ; tfi in,, .'.). forsfTtrai years, has fj'fsrotr.(5.;

.. une1lh 1G'5. 4&m A"'r. f"r P!'tfi': Terms, ha1fin hsnd. th-' bilance at iweive rnoiiths NOTICE. ; :arcn-i'.n to tl-r .rcatmTt, of c'tr witf r-r i" :': /re
with approved endorser* ard rnortc?e. IX months from date I will <*hrrs J has etcf: tTtJt d:
--EXECL'1'R'3 NOMCK.SIX Fresh Groceries. present my vou ei's : Ny "-Ii'-,n rat' 4n.s aid .
P \ULMcCORMICK. I c_ and a.-couB'.s: for a settlement, and shall !Iv the'is. formirc .
months after dve I slnll : mv .y count* apr In "l uTnhftu"n;: from sevenJ
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presen 'ORGE H. LINDKNBERGER has received :
October !:h, 15"5. 9-3w G to the hon. County Court Gvlsden County fr Le- rrm? r' fffl hi< ; ; ;
principles, iro
I ard Touches for fin,l settlement ind apply! to by late airuals! and offers for sale low for : tow he has i7'n\ii
Cnontv Cr.jrt of Leon Co lOtli 135. tee of rismissicn as \'iminktrttor! : 101 the utdtc of<.. r.crr.f Meu'icin.T 8t'-rr.arh, f Heptir wrsicij, !
the Hon. Judrf. r* th' James Thurrnor.d, ) Just ? ra":1 I ; : ,!
Richard Mashborn late
of said Counry. ArrI'll' -.\. n'ored far m'' rJTIciert **
for :1 discb.rfr'ri th Exe-uior&Iup of the Esiatc n. > Attadi.T.cnt.J. 10,000 Ibc. Bacon, assorted, ; re 'n v rernc.d'dcrert.1. : r, ;,!.rt .

: of Join K. CampUll, d,"J. W. Diy, > 2f, )( Ibs. bet New ( 'rleans Su; Q.t-ncy: May :SO 42-Gn 3 GIiYl'r.! :: ., -t'd !. J in wir7 rtp.-, -tb IJr.rc.sinz, ., m"f1I'. cA
!! orz.
EPPES F.x'r. zec
FRANCIS and nil others 'om
Defendant: 300 d'). L nf do. .y Ge '

__1tgust 2i. 24;m TilE ( arc hereby n:.!. 40 bl-j. iiiper rire Hour, In the Superior --Court for the County of Lew j I II'L.&s'l.sl doLt( swfpinj tcnr DT"PI P.IA nrd LITER. .
j is
Storing & Siiipping of Cotton.KERR fled tht Auachmcnt hits been sud out of the ofnrcof 5 (n. Molasses. .Viet: Diet. nf Florida, Jprit 30/A, Ib3j.if 1l4rzn.rir.t4.f: the likewise FpLtrs: an almt! *! certain -ereerr.

the Clerk of Gadsden County Court, (Flo.) and 10 do. Rum, f
S Hale "
4-STURGES wiirattcndto Smrinc and < 'Istte and )) !i :\Wi-rz .h* !yr.,;:r.mf"lf Dy sprrsir .
rL .
the Defendant and all others inteicsted. arc hereby 10 do. Whiskey, Cr'dir. rrr. .
4 acriinst I I
ppiD6 Ctuon-they will also advance nn rc.quire'f'. appear and plead to the dtclaration filed 30 Kegs Lard. John! H., Parker'ompl'nf.John n W [. pfars.r.r,:: '- : 1.'rr.roor.rrrt"S. .. ;. or by irj 'I. .- !.-.
S '
{ 1.
Cotton entrusted to th'5ir care far shipment to nnvtnarkat | P -! iiiiri.v. '-rJai1..It-.3 -. ,
mtheca-tc. FLuGLSUiN( 2U Bags C< fVr : r :a :
i in the Inited State or elsewhere ; and will! I Al.tssi ifC., C. Willnms > Is CHAKCSF. I J" :' I ; 'r.a; ;rreuTari t cf -c !
June fir PI intiff. t ; '
13 41-3m Att'y. 20 EisVei; Champai Wine, anti i Robert 'V.'llIilm' '' f'
.
ftttrchaM! at cither their Stores in Tallahassee or SfI I | tir""..< v>r3f:"us np.f! at ('..I r tsi;' -' .
( Mark Oct. 4th. 1934 ( '):?) STORAGE ST. MARKS 2 Casks Sperm Oil, &c. fyc. an.! Jane Aken, Kxeci.r\:: j f tliirr: ? ft-tii' ."r"ai.' r-nr ... -. .' ,.., ::t.,
AT
-_ -_ Tallahassee 22d Aust, 2tt"N. of Edward Aikcn, dcd.Defeni.ts. I :tnfi :'_:. .' :.:;':'._..". ....r : :f"
TREASURER'S OTICE.TRF1TURER'S subscriber having rented that large and com- B. The subscriber returns' his sincere acknowl- I .r't.
I THE of 11-" lyj'Vt:'. pr"'!-'j' rn T :- _
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OFFICE, Wtreliouse formcrfy occupied / v edgemrnts for the very extrusive; patronage he has: Sa:,?'";: -lrr.lt! in titis : pain in 'h" h-v!. 'I'-rz'r ,.. all
*\5.1 Judge Crane. takes this opportunity of informing his received, and pledges hirjclf that nothing on his THE .. L' ."R Ci !
: TALLfliSStt, March 8th, 1 part e nor sjnvirff been ex r- : m"IJ. -t''rd'! r: ." t l- s moor .
I. an act pMW ilst Norember, 1823, it is provide -' friend snd the public generally, thai all goods stored shall be wanting to please! the people in general. ted on the Decnd'tnls, John H. Parker a- d J'-hn W. .. in t'ltlP "r. iT :ei; v"an Fn!", -. '::zir.'s-: ..-. r..!{
with him shall hive his strictest attention and their : :: ('.
: BY that all Bond%executed by Auctioneer? G. H. L. Ma rie.i and it appearing to tit'( tisfaction rf the: :. "i:=}j'r a '; j 1".> 1::;=. f":;'c lIt.! ;.i'" '. : .' > -']
: orders will be attended with) and despatch ,
ehall be forwarded by he Judge thtfCo-mty Court to promptness EDGE TOOLS. Court that they nre not 1n1. ittr.tc of thi District, '\f_1 (!. IL..r.rt:'t .'I ". r.- ::-et al': '::11. .0
EDWIN '\ DORSET. Mnr.
: tn the Treasurer of the Territory of Floridv; tr.f1 that but live in th, L'nit tf'd States, the aid John H. Parser ,i 'II.- %::-*>" in tr--: ;--rr.?. :.r.nyj.! p.ii n i. ', .- side
: cl
4 fcll Auctioneers shall qivirterly in each year Commencing _April_ I1? 3B-tf THE subvriber expects to be supplied with Axes, in the Western D shirt of this Trrritory. ind the >a,j .if""--. ice. -

on the 1st January, transmit the Treasurer d othr Erijre: To'ils, from the manufactory of J 01jllY.. Massie.in:: the StAte of Virginia: I: i* n:. 1 he aCT- -.-'-.:C"H' :?2(1 ;'. crr ni" "rT....:

,15 tind r oath taken before some Jude, a cpy of all ENGlt/lVl.NG. Warren, Hunt & Co., Douglas, Masvicliusctts, and nered that the said Defendants: apr.e.ir ar.d "n ..\'r! |I..-. rarh, ?i.cr. :,: d hri.. tern::* ::u._r- : .. [.1.. rrtfAci's. ," ,.

ales effected by hm; with the amount and at what O JI. Throop. Engrcrer, of B."nk Notes, Map% will sell them at wholesale, at factory prices with the the omplAnints? Vill accnrdine to law. :\;,! :-.a: a ;... \ rv'J'" "r,! .. ..: -i.rd ':t"," "I.:1tf'!' h O1o.t.pti
Portraits Heads of Bills and Vi.itn i- addition of cost of transportation. These Tools: will I (>f this order be forthwith inserted tl! ,, ,
lime: and place: findfjr whom the snrnewas rr.idt2fowt S Basinets copy in v' Fliridian :r.cy. zr.J :'TM e/irr>T.t r"r' ?*":

all Auctioneers ire required to take notce? of : Cirds Diplon. NotArial and Society SeaL, be 1ra"fQ"'tttd-chnud: they break from a flaw, or from I for thiec months rurces>ively. .I !*.M-, ..-'.-f!. ;._-.- J P.l PPTt'pc.. 1. ...i.. n.'I.f..v. t'.' ..::Te

!iid law, and conform 10 it, or suits upon their Binds Door Pits, and all kinds Masonic Engraving; executed too high temper, they will be exchanged for r.lhers.- (Sizncilj) THOS. RANDALL, Ju.l!!. Iuv, mt'\r irri siP p., 'r'c' -.' or '

nustbe ir iitlluJ. Judge of the County Ccurts arcre.quutcd in a superior manner. Specimens may br een Tl.e Axes are now being made fur this mirket, arul Tcs, J. S. Lisv, Clcrk. Tcslrnc.iiisNcmer.. .' -. !
I t {r; :.Titeri'ifH Ir.t
without forward 'ertinedred I 'tt :Wilsons Book Siore,where odrcrs be left. willbereceindc.hortlr. GEO LAN.MAN.Anri \'.' 30'h 42SmROWAIVD'S : r v as-
I dray, to piopcrly may I rr-a.r! to :1}:( t't"-n-/*.?. -.-. -
_, _!_ 19fh_ _. _1St.1_ _. 3G-Cm_ rt.p"u-" .- "'-ll..r,
t_ i. approved, the Bonds of Auctioneers in their prs- Tallahassee Mardi 19th 1835. ..nRO.lXU'S b\. "' .in .,.,reF- -.i-e. .. L" .t,i csici'nt .':...t ir". r '

fmonCHARLES AUSTIN, !Cp] Sign and ornamental painiir.g executed as a- TONIC MIXTURE, to satisry: t:.,*- :..' I.I""t : r ->skcp'Jctlr- "e 1'-O,!

131. -'-_tfl Treasurer- of thr Territory of F'crit'a.tf cove.- .-. ASD TONIC MIXTURE. I:, From Dr. J.ms Eve l..l-l.-: r., ;,.e Mf.'tei} Co-n'

New Books. STAGE TO JACKSONVILLE.The Anti-Costive PiUs. FULL supply: of this valuable) ft i, "' ys:, ;;- r : .,(:r..
mc-Jicinc
.
.1 ':.r.
ItST received, The Ca-ll ers of 'ir intl. Frizzle public are informed, IN consequence nf the numemus attempt to palm I 4 received. I I shall nercaficr have i iz constant!.v; '-:. NEw-i rA ... Pi': .11. 1 ra.:

Pumpkin, The Coqnet, Winter in the that regular' Line of Stages spurious imitations of R lwand's"alualle Medicines hand.. 1 t To U'.j n i: *n Il*,- "lCTI.-TI.ji ; r* tof rtify. tt I Itil"
All-n Pr Later Exconirics on the public-he has determined to confide the ( witr.es \\ -cott. Sharp's IT
:
is u-Rr.ASTto TO EE A AFE AXD rrrFCTfAL1RHMEDT !
has been established ,
t11'2arLctcr; and a varieyof1 iscellaneou;and!School I sales exclusively to agents in different paitaof the Fr.vr. AGUE 6/o;>:"i/-/.fc/- It /i'r; -.Ifr.r tn a nlm.cr rf vy .Utir.sx i :
FOR ASP
I Rooks. A-L-3-0 betwccn 1 aliaha see and Jacksonville via Suwunnee country from whom nlo. e the gdiuiTie article can be IF T"KE.V ACr.Er.Al IF Lipetic ann L\er-airt-cac-ns! .. i" lon! sf.T ncLke-;

4 f he ft1jgjrflc Souvenir fur 18\:. The Token and Springs; leaving Tallahassee every :Monday morning bad, and to guard the more effectually ainst'the impositions that TO THE this DIRECTION'mix-ure contains Reports arsenic having, I srn hecn directni rinrJ.ired! : ,;;*? i ir:=: 'vtr3j >f.f:I 1.c. c3r.: :. roo.t(,f tt.e pifer.;

.: : f.nvenir for 1835. WM. WILSON. and arriving at Japksonville on Saturday-from : ul unauthorised venders ; he has instructed j] the P that these by ; .vJ :its 5-cs Wire truly -i--- 'I:-'.:;r r. I hi\ r." t'-
>opnuur to
Vtarch28th 33-tf whence travellers to the North will find ready conveyance : his acentsin Boston, New York, Phil ,dclj!>hia. and I say rcrnrlre uUniy false \, -'n: .:1 .:.r: ,-ir,.. It :! .' r.-.t 1Iu3Ie: ;'rTPrOIt:
t1 I. I -ainll als.! aiJonsed wiTcra .
ar.i
to RnccrJ
to St. Augustine by S'iges, and to Sa.3pnah I Baltimore, '., mcke no salts to merchants and others of cf 11.1, | f'l' tb. .?j..u...nzcfJrif.-.M a.1| : h:1u.c"i nrJ;

1 I ORAGESTtAGESTORAGE! !!! by the Steamboat. Fare thrc each w-v 8 25 00. any cf t'>e Me icinei to b? carried S rut! for sale cgrin. 000.of the Dollars least to any one who will prove the exisiri.ce in mv !1.s !td'JAME.: ,- E\\"ELL\1. D.Wis" .

I N addition to his ware-house the I Jan.25IR35. [2jtf| JAS. M. HARRIS. | Larp' q
i subscriber has rccentlycrected a spacious build ,. the enu' Mixture have been nianufacture by Lu- In order to prevent imposition fron, counterfeits, no'I: Tie u '!ersn.' ? ca;) bear tr-s'i i .nirv to the super:'*
New Book Store. ems S. C"mtocV & Co of New York, and tent to the i I trr. .'(\ ot* Dr.: P. !c'ii-r.T:
gfI rrr 80 by 23 feet, forrccei vine cotton and goo persons except authorised; agents vill he furnished bv -tr > Stnn" "r.rc: : He-
p Ti:NtOTH YM'C ARTY. siibsrribcr has received and will imme Scuth for .ale. The name dtRovland instead of Row- the Proprietor with the mixture to silL agnin. I ami:; ;)a'. rr IT> ;hr: cure nf Dy. fM.: .\ -.1 .j Livrr C."rp.a.r.t5:
open and I tIe bottles of the .
t St. 'br\u, flerrsbr''7th183l. THE is on imitation. The genuine sole for Middle Florida and |I fnv.i pt.-s. :.al *-xfttret.ce.: W.AI: G. JOHNSON.
((11<'xt door South of Mr. Manor's store) article thad of the agent am asu-rj "y1. '
miy followicf .
UTI c. E.TElE \n assortment of ROOKS ai4il STATIOXART, nnd would in this of Florida: persons, wno are Rowand that (e .rt.pt a small lot srld to '1r. Ecclts,) Dr. Pp \1cJ"'r. : mseI..ra \t'.1r; : put \:p
tne only Jgtnls part and Georgia. sin le b"ttlehas been will in 'rr"I<; wi h tV.Jt l dirtct'cns Ic r mi, :. FV)n; cr.c
lid
be glad to supply his ficnds nnd the community in not a or s subscriber will six months from date '
00"
.
nppy F:. B. Perkins General .
tiirt-e Lc
A-ent Tallahassee t i f>arc- W.: : to .
,
him : Middle Florida neccssarj coraplrfc n orf.tt
central I with :1nTli 1c, in his line on the most reasonable to any persoi" to
the ** of the Court of Jefferson f-xccpt me : : ,
; jut County
; :; terms. Although! his assortment is not William Kerr & Co., Th..jhU.jlle, If Arsenic has been j>(OUTl d in any mixture called I',1':" rr. J., s : '1;1"-"'.

eoanty, for a oismission from the Administration of yet Limes C. Eccles, Quincy, KmcxniTs it mutt hare btt in !i A j re tt qnar/ity of :.J', !'.vc i v Ir.iMe: : "
the try
to make it already some of spiifious itnilotions. prepsi
gcncralhc so by shipments -
of Isaac Miller dcc'd late of said very experts
.
he .
.
estate St. Marks
Iv county. Kcrr & Sturges, i ra'ions v.f! l ; .
All thcrefii-e who kcp con.u-.y o? I I. : :
t V FRANCIS P. MILLER. Adm'r ma-lo! and others to be made by the first vessels persons TCnh the genuine >
\- from the North. Thomas Alexander, tlick' town, Tunic Mixture-sh.ould be cautious of whom! !t\ E. U. D.PEUKN.Tuji.t5;
1
June 23.1 Ib1 !. 4C-6m Darius Williams & Cn", Monliccllo, it label will be they purchase -i '\''siThoris-! t ,Iisp' ?e .f il-1! r.rlj-' : -:>
; -- T He has also the Christian Alminack, published expressly : My n evcryb.ine! :: i.ttk
'l.by me: j
: FOR SALE. Goldir r < Folsom, .\lickasooJ(). i '-- ; ir retail! on "s rcdsorublf: t, rT th.v ear tcpnetrr.
for Flori'la! cnlojated for the Mrcdi ofTallahassee E: B: PERKINS; Soli-A! ( ) Middle f Florida!
FIRST rate: PIANO FORTE, .' uII and conuining torn 1 matter in relationto The lal'l of E. B. Perkins will be on all the boitlcs Nov 23d v i;; haitd: ..f tho ir"' A! by

A J. HACKLEV. the Territory, which he offers for sale eilhcr by the sold hv the abve agents. I I C.: v-t'a. IOLMZS &. .\ ILL in':. l'r_ :' ,: :. ,:._

M.ay_, 42tf.KIRKPATRICK dozen TalI.hicse', July 7th. 1817. 48tf M-. H, LSLET. D.11!:? f. -Aoral'rhico.-! -
1 gross, or single copy. I I
I D.c. 13. 1'i31.: I8tf JAS. S. LINN. 7/1 Cfndsdcn Sitnerinr. Cm>.rt._ JOS. PRIEST -KV PETERS.
f -- --
I c The filiowirz a-: c fe-.v th-- rrr.i tha.hn .
( mon :: ; persons
Henry cc, I
II re been either eniir-Fy cured r- rrettiy! ; ,:( ti
d A hftauliful deep ml sorrrl, now ri- I vs.Littlebury. CUIUP'j
I within the last twelve month by the use of Dr. Pe
: sine f'ur "'ekrfll4, 15 hntwls high, and II. |
ters' Mrd! 'l.; Stonachics ct H tc., \n Unn trfGenria. .:
in health and l1rnrV.. r
high vigor, will sta"d the Pcebl-s ; iv CIU.CEnT. I

4. tnsuing season at Ciuirwy, Gadsdcn county, Florida, 11UABRAXTED Gabriel Smith and | II II I H; .
Mrs. Abner Hick .
Wilkinson.Jfrs.
M Mount Pleasant, Decatur eouoty, Gro-, at TallahtL Bcni'unin ward, I I r
; ee, Florida and will be let to Mares at $7 the single Respondents. j J I I Capt. James Willis, <:Je .
Cal Wm. F. Brtnd
f leap-$10 the season, if paul atnnytitnc within the IT appears from satisfactory evidence: that the De \\. cl,.
Eslands
: Ceason, $15 if paid after the season expires, and SilO fendants, Henry \V. Peebles, Gabriel Smith! and Wayne Esq. Lauren.

: ;, to Insure a mare to be in foal, wliirh. will become due Benjamin Word, do not reside in this Disuict, but | 1A )E and sold wholesale awl Re- Col.Bryan John Allen.W.Esq.Porter. )Ii do.

La 10')0 as the mare i, asccrtniiicd: to be in foal, or reside in the States of Alabama and Lousiana: It is 1' :ln.;
in Frederick Md. C Sanford ne-s.
by Herston Chapman, Esq. J
; with Alco 25 cents to ilir be therefore ordered county
paileil rOm, to paid thnt they do before the Judge
appear concerned in the Psrtent with Dr. Jadktna. Alexander! Irvn, Esr Washington
: la every case as soon as thc service is rendered.Pedigree. of the Superior Court for the Middle District of Florida The t
above Ointment is offered
to the public na a Cnt.Geo. G. 'Mathers, Grtca.
t .-Kirlrpatrick was sired by Monsieur Gadsde'i County, [sitting in chancery| on or ?.ite and certain remedy for those obstinate disca5es, arch I at, IS",. 30if
t Toason one of the most celebrated horses in the State before the first of
day the next November Term of I
of
some which have so baffled the skill of medica -
long
of Virginia-Monsieur Tonson was by the Pacolet, ..I. said Court and answer the bill filed by the Complainant science. I I I I

c i' hi by the imported horse Citizen, he by Pacolet of FULL supply of Landreths' superior garden, in this case otherwise the same will be taken proconftlso. I ht'hite Swell sof DR.RIFESWTZ

England, he by Blank and by Goldolnhin, Arabian, A herb and flower seeds just received and warrented 2d Sore and every description. 2I mDJp 3

his dam by Top Gallant, he by Or llatin, Gallatin by fresh ; by k. B. PERKINS'. July 18 49-3m i 3d Schirrusor Legs lilandalar Ulcers long Tumours standing. I one of ih<' most etheaczoasconpoundsm' the MlTERIA.MCDICA

in pot ted Bedfordc. 4-,., his grandam by Grey March 1st, 1835. 30tf Middle District-Leon I those hardened tumoursin particularly for the cure of hat claw of iue
: womeD'sbreutswhich.Jften

1 .Bedley_ ...u_, imported_._ __Oscar_ __. L,_irnported rl- Fcarnou. "ht.dam_ ---- John H. Browning and B. 'I Snperior Court. tines terminate in ulcerated eancrs.4th erae Disease, produced by an itipare state of the
.y iicruu, WLMJ was ;ui. uy uJnm oO oy SharK, JQ FRESH blond and a vitiated habit of body, and usually exbib*
DRUGS
t f by Clive 4th by Lath, 5th by Fearnoucht, 6th by Ja- WINES F. Browning, Merchants, |i Catarrhs Felons, or wtlat some people know by the name I tin$ themselves io the forms of Ser fala Salt Rhecm.,

ftua 7th by Wl ttinglOn. 8th by Janus. Tom Tough Surgical Instruments c c. under and Co-Partners, trading | o Rheumatic, of every Pains description.5th Leprosy; St. .Anthony Fire Fever Sore (even wbefl
of the
and joints.
1 of Col. using the name >) ATTACHMENT "C"1
,
wu pun by imported Escape, out lloome'o :he bones are affected.) White ellinC'Iif(
? she old HAVE just received a full supply ot fresh of Brown & Co. f fvs. 6th Sprains and Bruises of every description or in
Bedford
Celebrated Fairy, by imported out of I situate. with Dr. Jebb's Lin 1.ent.) Foal and obstinate tlrtf
& Gen. Spots wood's imported Ma-nbiina. Those who Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals. Pure I wnatever part W J sortj legs and eyes s cald! bead in ciIdren.scrvY
William 7th Tetters all kinds.
B. Shelton. J In this the
complaint
desire to a more detailed account of his PORT patient festenflgeajHwns.
see pedigree MADEIRA & MUSCATELLE WINE acorbuticgout. Pmpled or iorbancld Faces.
,
I and performances, (Monsieur Tonson] are referred to in bottles, imported specially for the use of the THE notified Defendant of the and all others interested, arc hereby i out of, in water applying the Ointment must keep the part i I and venetial uiot?. thro. bout the body

Skinner's Turf Re istei, January: No. 1S32. sick. Weigand & Snowden's AMFCTA- institution of this suit, that Attach- which last case the drops often cire when mercayfails.
8th
,i superior ment has been issued Chilblains, of affected frost.
parts
I Monsieur Tnnwn's -olts have sold and that they are hereby required by I .
at also the bt and Aatumr.ll
high They are
i very TftEfuiNiiro OBSTETRICAL Sp ing
TING
EYE DISSECT- It is also
to and one oldie best remedies for Darns and
appear plead to the declaration
prices: I SAW their improvement, behaving had last according to I pbsie to purify and cleanse the ueta from homo>r
Iso, and POCKET IKSTRUMEKTS in the statute in such Scalds. It eases the: pain and draws the fire in sj
cacs. case made and provided. oat a
fall more winners thin the get of any other horse in short time. I(l whrch frequently appear at these sea sons of the yell.

I .. America-the best evidence, however, of my opinion STOMACH Prxpsand PIPES, Silver Lancets and LEIGH REID, Att'y. for Plfffs. I For They aim I aid the proce 9 of dig<*>tioz.and by pu nf11Jg
Inflamed'omen'.
of him is, that I paid last November ten thousand Lancet Cases, and Nurse Tubes, fitc. August 1 5Mf I Breasts, and Glandular, the blood. prevent the secretion i ialiaant bamoar,
it is
dollars ca&h for him. Chesterfield, Va.8th Feb. 1831. An assortment of DRIED HERBS from the MEDICAL COLLEGE OF GEORGIA. I the Swellings medical faculty superior It to is any much rredicine safer than yet mercurialof known to of the lungs. The proprietor confidently relies upon

i'V.1 R. JOHNSON. Shakers-:ntnong which are Lemon Balm, Catncp, "'B lHE Lectures in this institution will be resumed any prepartion of that material,) because it does the'vat number of surprising cum effected bj theSe

: 'p .. T/na preai randam of Kirkpatrick was purchased Hysop, Mint, Sage, Sweet Majoram, Savory, JL On the third Monday in October next, and : not lay the patient liable to injury from to drops not only in Boston and it. vie inity,but through*

Of,Col. Hoomes ofBowhn en, Va. at the price of Thvme, Cellery, &c. ,onlinuc as usual six month They will be delivered expose II oat the Union for the best proof of Jieir excellence*

: -1001. when a STirUl colt, and is descended from his imported LIML JOICE and LEMON SYRUP. by L. A. DUGAS, M. D., on Anatomy and Phy. cold.This Ointment ha* cored sores of stand ; an unfailing alterative medicine, in ill the cases abof

If;. and highly approved stock horses. Thus itt SPICES of siology.PAUL Where it is many years specified. This article has recent been pronooncw
I kind-Genuine INDIA CURRY. ing. impossible
every or imprudent heal the
will be seen that Kirkpatrick combines in F. EVE to of the first lespectabif tr. wh had ".it
an eminent M. D. the by aPhysician
and Practice external
English, French and Prentis's on Principles sore, in of the bone
Soaps and Per- consequence becoming
two or the most nessed ent tied ha Op13ion.
'r 4ebee, approved stocks horses inI' of Surgery.ACUINtNGIIAM canons its *nrprising efficacy as in
it
will the
Mrs. or rotten, of
?Ergland and America, viz-The Medley and Diomed fumery. Miller's celebrated SNUFF. May- M. D. the atop progress tlte caries to take the lead of all the popal articles know3
increase
the :
on
Principles the
.fDk$. J AS. H. T. LORIMER. nard & Noye's celebrated INK and.INK POWDER- Practice of JMedicice. I fensive smell quantity, and COM the pain.It discharge. remove the of for the above complaint3, and indeed is fast gaining

Oadsden Co. Flo. April 25, 1835. 37tf THERMOMETERS, HYDROMETERS, &c. JOSEPH A. EVE, M. D., on Therapeutics and Ma- I cures the worst Felons or Whitlows this point in public estimation, thnnjbouUhe coaatij

S Extract of letter fryn Col. Fort,of jr. Florida: E. B. PERKINS. leira Medica. cation of 48 hours. on an appli Price $1 bottle .i/r6 bottles or ? 5)'r. '

,L a' As regards Kirkpattick I have entertained a high Tallahassee, July 9th, 1834. [49tf] M. ANTONY, M. D., on Obstreties and Diseaseso Rheumatism which hare Blood so long a* to become RELFE'S ASTHMVTIC PILLS,

opinion of him ; the first season: on a short training, to Women and Infants. a systematic disorder, requires medicine to betaken inwardly and a little attention to their timely i dministrauon, .iI

1 test the speed of him and Marion, Pittman's colt they L.T). FORD, M. D., Chemistry and Pharmacy. to remove them entirely. But in most commoncases usually ensure a mitigation of these c isorders, and ge Ir.

I were tried on a push of two miles, when Kirk was too THE TERMS 1Matriculation&: by applying tbi Ointment externally as directed crally effect cure. The Pills are al! x>an easy and e

b fat to run one and sustained himself well coming out Ticket, to be taken once, 81 00 it will give relief. And even in old people whos fectual remedy for the symptoms pre eediDg aDd accom-

: About the same space between them as they started Tickets for the Fall Course, 100_00 pains have been of longer standing, it will ease the panying the Asthma and Coosoxat twa. For C01d5,

: Marion had the order-Kirk was then turned out and Ticket for Practical Anatomy,'enee only,'10 00 pain.To Coughs difficulty of Breathing. tigbta ess aDd strict'

I got very fftt, had no exercise but walked to water Diploma Fee, to 00 sea captains and masters of vessels this ointment across the chest Wheezing palO in the "iJSpittiaR

4; twice per day, quite rough, when there was a match JOHN W. WILDS, President. must be very valuable in winter on our coast it being of blood &.c. Few cases can oaur of aay 0 '

,t made to run him against J. Bullock's Slur, dash of a L. D. FORD, Scc'y. Board of Trnstees. very certain in its eff eta on Chilblaias parts affecte-l *.laxs' of disorders in which the purch.iser of DC. 1elie'aPills

I J mile,.1Jhie.b.be beat her with the utmost ease, under AUCTION SALES.-The subscriberhavingloca- Augusta. July 10, 1835. [July 18 8-49] with frost it like wise..pro ves its qualities in aUdi will not find a rich return for th-ir mflinfitnre. Jpend

E 1. a pull, io rood time. On raining him the last season, in Tallahassee, proposes to do a gen- Book mates .

1i';. I he was taken with the colic, which I supposed would eral!commission business,regular sale days,Tuesday Binding.J A large mass of testimony proving the value of this T None are gennine unless sin.d; on the OQprinted

:' B J I kill him for nearly twelve hours in spit of all I1ttenI and Saturday.He NO. BALDWIN respectfully informs his rends moat excellent medicine will be shewn to those who wrapper, by thefcol proprietor,'T. KIDDER'mmediate

:% I ft i tion and medical assistance And I know when he will also attend to administrator and othersalcs and the public in general that he has ic-com- wish farther information on applicaliorf to Dr Hers successor to the late Dr." T. CuWAT.-

run he was in no order, and was held in by the rider. in the county. ROBERT J. HACKLEY. menced Book Binding In this city, in the store now.. tons, or to any of his authorized ".DtI. For sale at his Counting Room o"er No 9'J Coart.

i; I Kirk and Slazy run on a heavy course little pver a :March 23d 1833. .A 33tf occupied by James S. Lynn Esq. All orders for bind- The above med.cin. sold by special appointment oi t Street, near Concert Hall Boston, a od also bv his 'Pa

mil*.Time 2m. 11 sec. The colt I have of Kirk's get N. B. Instruments of writing executed with ing will be executed with neatness and despatch. Old the patentee and warranted enaine. appointment, by E. B. PEBJ' ,No2)JJrugut.

'f IB very.pfoinising, he has fine form, !large and likely..** M4 despatch bf ft lI.\CIU.EY.-neatness books re-bound any pattern required. I I E/ B. PERKINS; DRuaci :. .
I I Tallahassee Marc7tI 3HfA I I
TaUtbarjee ,
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