The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: December 5, 1835
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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: Offict'( at ATTORNEY his residence.AT LAW. Ti'IiIi, : "p1' .' THEFLORIDUN.rUBLlSHED EVERY SATURDAY I II.

p"1'.lIah.ce: MaJ't'h 7 JS J5. 3OtfiIUELB.STI4S tour dollars MOHNmo AT

.' e :advance Five in sit,, months
:S No paper willbp.r1iscontinued

Allornt/' tit Law. ., the Editor, befcre unless at the option of .,
arrears are
paid .
located himselfinQ..uiney, Gadsden Coun- "LAISSEZ. NOUS FAIRE. Advertisements will I be ....
J J conspicuously
dAS in the Court of Ap.ralsJna ; i,iserted at
JI.t\', anti \\ Courts Gadsd.n., Leon and m'\t YU1. -I yen ty-five cents per square for the first insertion, and I ;11
the SUPrj0r .. tatLW\iU.ilg '
WZftD1UE1tB fifty cents for
c. 1l.QO& each .
,. Ct1fltics. a YiL.. 'if1lU"In 1l.V. subsequent continunr ce. A11 -
)acksOD 21lyear. r -..", I'ertisements will; be continued untilforbid uNOTK. "U'
t unless
January -' __ months fter date, application will wise ordered. : other .1
: -- SIX be made to .
JAMES fit. SCOT, I honorable J.udge of the County Court for AUCTION NOTICE. NOTICE. The postage on !J

., Y AT LAW. .. the county of Gadsden, ,for Letters WILL BE SOLD Take'' alllettersllndr.ommltni.ationst/thc
in the of
Dismissory at
.Ull trr.vfl // on Auction city' Subscriber Editor '
llaimsclfin I Monticcllo, JeffersonIf the estate of John NeaUsjlate of Gadsden the I'ha THE returns his sincere thanks to his must be jwid, or they will noir, ccivc I
& located county, see, on ,12th day of December next, a !l1J thy doe44. W. D. hARRISON general
Florida tenders his piofcssional serr.S Adra'r. of new and fashionable FURNITURE CHAIRS, encouragement he has .
: Heti Qmncy. June lit, 1835. 43-6m since he has been in '"H
C&fee of the Territory generally. consisting of this -- ---- --- --
\ place, and solicits a continuance ---- too;
of their --
ef- Courts of the Counties of Leon, TlJLAHAStiEE 1 Mahogany SOFA He has patron K. '11
in tic 4QGKY CLUB RACES. age. just returned from New York "
and has
trill practice..jGodsJen, nnd the Courts of Thomasjcffcrwn # 1 do Dressing BUREAU with case received per brig Somerset direct from S IX weeks after date I shall! fl
\ that
place, a apply t( tIle
{ lIe olso tenders his services 1 do of Judge
;ia SECRETARY & BOOK CASE gercral assortment of fall and winter the County Court for the '1:
and<> Lwnt'ncncral, ns a cullcctor, and l plcd-cs himto 1 do High Post BEDSTEAD swtingof following Articles GOODS, con- for Letters of Ad Ministration County Gadsden, .r
persons : ,t.? and attention. Office in Mon- 3 Pain! Bureaus Super blue, black, drab, to and wit:- Field, deceased. on JOHN estau of Joseph ;'.I..!
5f'11" astop"-11 3 C Pain'ed green, adelaid Broad- IV;. FIELD.
Dressing Tables Cloths. October 17, 1835 11 6w-p '!

ticrll Dcc.20 ((19-ti__)___________________________________ 4 do Wash Stands Do. double milled Cassimeres, of different colours. .:,
-CARD. 7 Maple Bedsteads ( Patent Joints) An assortment of super Sattinets. NOTICE.THE t3.
9 French do do do 100 I
3 Plain pieces Negro Kerseyr, Linseys and Fustians. subscribers having established .,.,
do do i CIGAR
iHAMLIN V. SWELL, Knglish: French, and American Prints. im.adsden

! ? /IP.lIL.'lCI'CO.L.1.. Fin. 210 72 Flag Windsor Chairs do Painted Muslins, Fancy Shawls, Hand kerchiefs,and da, '.vithin two miles Quincy, intend to Co mty, Flori-the 1. .

.1rroRXEy.'T); '.o him\ will and us- Super Pongees, Lustring and Fancy Silks. Business extensively; they will fulfil ctrryon
uslness 36
Will fturnd tn D< corded 19tfr.dl.tllcr ANNUAL, aeetin.g tiir. 1835, will commence- on 24 do do tics.Ready shortest notice: Any quantity from Of era tt tlfc ::i
do I size do fifty In hun-
one ii
cry' 11/1 /, !S .CHAlllESand D. WESTCOTT Dc6mk..r.I5th, and continue 5 dtty.1st 21 do i size do made Clothing &c.; Cotton Bagging. dred thousand can be furnished : And they! flatter

Day-A S\ 4, "-& ** *for 3 year old Colts and 2-i I 500 pieces brown, bleached plaid striped Domes- themselves that their Cigars cannot be
-- Grecian
Hsnnr- do
Jr.. NI'1UE. r lines, .j mile h-t.-* jkbscrlpuon *3OU-forfeit SI00. 21 Nurse do Bale Rope; black castor, [beaver, drab, and Wool L equalled, by any made in Florida, having surpassed first. rate, :,
T: .
o close 30th Sept. and name the before fluid. workmen from Havana ;
the I
entered into day Race "North '
Copartnership 6 andjR
siiltsrrilxM's .have Rocking do Cane an good ma- It
I I i: by 4 o'clock, f. M. A few dozen Walebone Bonnets. terials. .
Till WhIt'l'! : .tIt firm of.MUlcr Puttlam' 21 Flat Top do do '-'fflN! S\JJTf: 4-CO. \
day 2d 1 500 Russett October !
D.\y-A Post-Stakes free for Horse pair Brogan Shoes. 24,1835 11-t t
& IJusi Mare
Commission any
the Storage i G Scroll Seat _
ill ancnJ to Gcldm in Rocking Chairs 500 -----
\\ or, the United States pair Kipped Brogan Shoes.
4 mile heats.
C' tJI..LER, Subscription Glsize i
ntSS.'V. do do N01'W"E'- -
JJSO. G. rUTNAl.flrertO : 300-forfrit S I 100. To close 30th September G i size do Gentlemen's and Ladies' Walking Shoes. j

and name the day before the Race by 4 o'clock, 62 Improved Maple Fancy do do *,250 pair Negro Blankets, large Rose Blankets, fcc. S IX weeks after dale I shall apply to th, Honora. jI
|Old Cognac Brandy, Jamaica Rum Holland Gin. ble Judgeofihecounty 1
arlcston! 48 Court ofLe9z
P.M.3d Children's
Chkft ilm% &Taylor, Let-
Rectified I
Day-- Club Whisky Wines Teas ters Administration r
Jocky Purse ,
$300 2 thc
Mr. Wm.bnfl'Ill: 1 \ j Tallahassee.C..I.Ja t Entrance $Z5. mile heats- 12 Painted Wash- -- Stamfe---.--- nni-*. ,,.,, f*- *T\.n'n wiiiiii iF, "iiu..,. Jamaica T____ __, ," "_ deccased_ late of"mjfl "..on."....n cstateofAndcy Moore 1
-once. -- -- ---
I =. Gadsfl Mc5srs. Colin ;Mitchrl: & PeterIitchd.!\ Entrance 4th Day$30.-Jockey Club Purse jlGOO, 3 mile heats- attention of Cabinet Makers :n adjoining Hollow an assortment Ware, &c.of Cutlery, Crockery, and October, 1835 BENJAMIN: EDWARDS. !

St. Marks! Juno 5th, 1 183:;. 43-Gm(; __ 5th I towns i is solicited as they will be knocked off to the' With other II Gw
Day-Proprietor's $3OO 1 mile heats many too tedious to mention.
"N01'- cR. 3- hr-->-f- .m.. _A_Pntin.n......"..... "eoe.... highest bidder. It. J. HACKLEY, Auctioneer.Lallahassee All of which will be sold low for CASH, or ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTIC I

T the noxt January\ Term of Gadsdcn\ County trF":: Subscriptions to either of the above Stakes, October lOih, J 835. 'J-tf proved Credit. Country Merchants can be sup-ap- AT the next April Term Jackson County Court ,

t (Court, the uiulerMStu-d', Executors of the last can be made by letter addressed to the Proprietor at NOTICE. plied at a small'advance on the New York prices. undersigned, Administrator of the estate of I

Will' and"' Testament tif C"l. Owen fall)' tbtiraerouats and vouchers! for( .:ltlemeni.thsaid THO. AT New York or Charleston S. C. He and vouchers for settlement
\'ih present BROWN, Sec'ry & Proprietor. the undersigned Administrator and Ad- will purchase with said estate and ,
: : cbtate, and pray to' !hc disrlur-ed therctrom.H. July 24th. 1835.: 50tf ministratrix of the estate of Francis A. Cash, dcc'd, Cotton, and give* the highest market prices. I to be discharged therefrom. pray ,-

MliACHAM!\ ; / E..-.!.. NOTICE. late of said county, will present their Vouchers and ALEX. FOR31Y DUVAL. I WILLIAM SPEARS, adm'r. ,

D. UAHIlIoiON. } weeks Accounts for settlement with said estate, and to September 5, 183:;. 4-lf Marianna,October 17, 1S:;;. I 1tAp'IADMINIS'L'RA'I'Olt'S i
QHX after date pray
I shall
Co. 1 4 1CmA apply to the honorable
silken\ unc be therefrom. t i.
: discharged
K3 the !
County Court of Leon for NOTICE
--- -- --- County Let.
OTRJiSIX ters Administration the Estate HARRIET A. JARRETT, Adm'x. A LL NOTICE. t
persons are heieby forewarned from comJ5L ,
:; \veekv! after (la'e. I will apply to the Tlon. the SOS, late uf said County. deceased. ISAAC JARROTT.Adm'r. milting trespass or waste the Lands and ALL"persons' having demands against lh estate ol' : .
Quincy, July 13, 183 j. 50-Cms upon rh Ladd, deceased
,, I lute of Leon
for of Icam
'olllltCClllrt i
Judcfof: tlu1% C llnronuiy' : i CATHARINE JOHNSON. other improvements on the tract known as Vogues': will present them County, .
bit, I'-ltiMso II! aidniniMration{ on the -sta'e uf I the August! I COTTON Purchase and duly uttcslcd for settlement-and
; tir 51-6m BAGGTNtt-TWTNK. ; parliculaily; from removing, cutting, all persons i indebted( to the said
1XNKRAUITY.RACKS. -- - -- estate
lau- j.lm F .rls.: destroying otherwise are hreby .
.. N (YI1UE.: or injuring the timber on the to make immediate required
llr IIi I.. :>. 15 jw ROPE, .C. land, unless by special leave from the proprietors payment to the subscribers ,
'- AN Election by Stockholders rs of the Union Rail TIlE SUBSCRIBER their or JOHN UA.MLIN: ? ,
will be supplied this Fall with agent. THOMAS BALTZELL j
lDrJOLKI' rCLUll in NATH. Almrs'!
( Company HAMLIN
of Florida J
Territory of an assortment of Goods selected by himself for this August 28 :3tf .Qgmt for the Propfielurs. October 21th
The: annual UMCCS 1 fur lfiM':>, over the Umncy Turf, thirteen Directors for the ensuing year, will beheld at Market, and offered for Kale on reasonable terms as -, 1835 JJ So'atches \'"

:in the! ('cIUIH\' ol j.iiKJen, will ounnence on Wednevlav Tallahassee on the 1st Mcuday in January 1836. heretofore for cash, viz : TAX COKLECTOR'SI'SALE. C'
: the ::-iUh() Dec. and continue :.liiee days, free By order of the Boa-d. \\ Jewelry &c. "
Cast Iron
Enamelled SHALL
Pot Ware-English, Sweeds expose at sale on the first Monday in ,
itr, any Jiurv! male or s>cdJl.g! on the continent.Fin Tallahassee, Oct. 24th, 1833. 12tdNOTICE I
and American .
emu Iron-Sandersons Cast and Machinery May next, at the Court House door, in the town subscriber ha:; .
IJ.r-Jtll'kcy $100-three mile THE just re-
:;ll, purse. : Steel--Sheet Iron-Braizers and Nail Rods- ofQ.nincyFartoflhat valuable Tract of Land, known from New York .4
b'att'lItrl.lltC Hoop Iron-Hardware-Cutlery-Mechanics Tools as Forbes1 Pnrchase," lying "n the waters of the with i 1 an extensive I ;-
Second day! -Juck' dtIO.L2rSe. :S200-2 mile heats indebted the ; I2 assortment of i
to Estate )
-y ] persons of Jas.
ALL Brooks, Looking G Ia.sesBon; n et -Cotton-Seine Twine Hocky Comfort, Cane and Sweet Water Creeks, and Goods in his line, whii'h he ...
entrance! : j-JO.:! late JePcrson County, will please make Lash Cord Rope and Leading Lines-Furniture- between the Apalachicola and Little Rivers :i fers for sale ofto' I
or as on
TJnr.i ilav Purse ;i.:0 mile heats immediate ;
Proprietors > > payment to the subscriber, who has been Blank and other Books-Willow and Wood! Ware; nucli ot it with the improvements will be sufficient 4 terms. His accommodating i
test niii'c; in i t tClllfalll"C 61)0.: appointed Admininislrator purchaseswere
of the ;
goods and estate of Baskcts-Grocerjes-Carpeling-Boots and Shoes-- to satisfy the Taxes due
the 'JJlih the'cla the said County thereon for the year mostly made with cash and .
Ant on Tuesday: : Dec. \ previous Brooks left umidminislered he
by Burney Axes-Indian Rubber Goods-Iron Axels WheelBarrows eighteen i hundred and thirty-five unpaid, with? believes he 1 t'of.t-
costs can sell
the for ihn-e dcc. late as food bargains
to 1 r"llhy'i race, a \\vep-stakcs administrator of said : -
year e. tatc. Those bavin"demands --Ploughs-Cultivators Tin Ware and returned as can be in i ,.
-Sperm charges; being by the Assessor for said bought; this -.
Gldculij. ami iilliev*,! mile hears, !MI Inscription200 against the said estate are hereby notified Patent and Fancy Candles-Ready Made Clothing County unlisted and the of Colin naitir.nlarlvrnll ili.- ,,ff..n'n" -f country_..__' : II e_would_ L ..
.. .. .. ;_ property Mitch-
Two make Race. T. S KEA that
ui uwr. to : a their claims u ; 1l --I-
arc presented within the time Saddles-Harness-Hats and Caps --Dry Goods} -- I e JIl'etcr Mitchell John Cdrnachan, Thomas vcriuii- ( t wi\ukgiii Das; m mm 11

QUi rr, prt, 2 (C j, tR.1', R-13 See'v.w }'ro I tm. prescribed by law they will JAS.be forever barred. Drugs, Paints and Oils-Stone, Larlhern, Glass and tie, David B. Ogden, D. R. Ogdan, Alary Jarvus, -y c -Iamf: ) to tht Stlc.ClWD which he pail 1 uartic- I .f 1
BROOKS, admV.. China Ware-German Toys.. John T, Bareen Andrew S Garr, Joseph M. White I ular attention : Among; bis Goods the
IP PPL ; arc f llow
: __ : : > nwATPHrV -
----l\ElHUt,,::, .i'iiTtN1). GEORGE LANMAN. and William Christie. nrtirlcs viz : Gentlcmcn -
.. antl-VadIes
( a resident ..f Jackson County. ISt.FUJUfITU1E.. I J'dlh".3'tt.. 0"1'.0, tooc. r.rAMERWJIN SuU to tahe place within legal hours. Terms Cash. :, Silver Levers, Plain and

THCfculisc! : l ; t to\. sac f from 2 lIl") 30 I) likely f.unilyXKUKUKS. 3 Sofas, ROBERT FORBES, Horizontal "Watches, SwIss Watches at very low pri- a
.-Also; all of his LAND, consisting\ : 5 d iz. Cane' and Rush seat Chairs Tax Collector fo- Gadsden! County. ces und\VuLch Ladies Gold Ni--k: Chains, Gentlemen' Guard

&fsctcral I>mal| T mc:s. doz. Rocking do. do. THE SUBSCRIBER} will execute orders 'for complcte Oct. 19th, 1835.: ll-td .. Chains, Seals and Keys' Ear and Finger I I
setts, or of set of American Rin and Bosom Pins or'Irlnl.Q ____ :
s China
i doz. .parts mode n "
Persons wishing: I to purchase will :itld i f'SS me jit :Marsiv.a. I high po. t Bcdsteadf .
\\ 1LL1AM SLsANE.l83. For tale-apply to, in 1'hil.ulcipma. The price is as follows, with gold By the President (ft/e United States. varielyofJETJEWKLRY.goIJandsn vei'doSK 1 1 J

p\-\,4'11", ", J :. I:J-"w-I) 'T'tT"ltr...IJ J. U..1.1....... It. ____.___ bain1 and initialed with wreath round the letters. IN PURSUANCE of law, I, ANDREW JACKSO.V, and single eye Spcctalcs, extra g'asscs for do to suit .
-- -------- llITTOi.: 24 Cups i
---- ) Thimulcs
-- T.illah.issae Nov. of the United States of America do E.fvVfnprS'VCr ; Alabasor:
14 1833.: / anJ
Middle Ii hereby declare and make known : to
that perform well
a public sale
.(4fl'1'.Jolnui11 12 Plates i article, at low prices An a good t
) I
I ; NOTICE will be held at St. *'lltgeJline' in the Territory of Florida : excellent assortment of *" :

\ !/ ATTAtllMEM.SiiiiiiarkAtkinsiin Persons hsving demands against I Cuffeel'ot Monday; the 7th day of March next, for the ver and shell COMBS ; revolving plated C astors t 8

) ALL \' laic d the County Jefferson Benjamin deceased : 2 Tea Pots > 35 dollars! \ disposal of the public lands within the limits of the plated Candlesticks, Snuffers anc Trays; Mus c Box' I'

t UK Defendant and all others interested, are hcre- are hereby notified to render in statements, thereof 1 Sugar"Cream undermentioned townships and fractional I townships es of all sorts ; Accordians ; Flutes/ Violin S .rings i

ly mnhifietl that the ave, stated r.uC'I&1i' been int>tilueJ duly attested to ihcsubscribor.and all I in the East Florida land district, viz Ladies Work anti Fancy B,xes; Silver, Tab Tea:
I !, that Atuchnicut has been isu'.d and that persons indebted J Slop .,'... Salt and Mustrrd Spoons t
they to the said; deceased, will please make .orllr of tire base line and East of the mtr'uliin. ; Soup and Cream ladles
lire hereby re nppear and plead to the ded.tr.ttiia CHARLES AlcCLELL.\Xadiu'r to 2 Cake platesA J Fractional township 1 2, 3, 4, and 5, (East of St. Sugar: Pongs; Pap, and Dessert Spoons; Oentle; I

aad i arcording u, the statute in
pnn idtd. GEO. LANMAN. II Townships 1,2,3,4, and fractional township fi, of consisting ofivory handle I\r: ives and Forks

LEIGH READ, Atfy. fur Pl'ff. NOTICE.ALL Tallahassee, Oct. 3, 183. 8-lf I ran..e OI.'I'ownshijis: hcst Razors, Knives and Sissors. ,: Besf--- _N.s.H. ... _itogers. ,-._u i
Aiipist I 1._j.tf"STOWAGE | 1,2, and 3, of 23. and Ivory mounted Canes ; Porcelain 1Ote r
persons imbbtcd to the estate of Harris Bar range Podcet! and .?drocco g-
Regular Packets between Marks .Orleans.. Township I of 26. BOOkS ; Coral, and all other
late of
Leon range Sorts of
: deceased leads:
STORACK() ) STORAGE !U! county will make Good double barrel Guns :
to the sulscriber. F1'U ti/llialto\\'nships of I 1,2, 3, and 4, of 27. ; Pistols; Cloth hair .
T.x addition payment All those having demands The schr. Lady Washington range ing and tt'othm Brushes shav.
to hi warc-lioiise the against aid. stale, will their Fractional townships I, 2, and 3, of range 2S. ; I'Ientiss' best shaving'Soap
su( ,scriber has accounts M. Swaim and schr. Washington, Fractional 1 2 Straps, &c. The! subscriber\ now ,
rcccntlyorccted a spurious build duly. authenticated lor payment.SIM townships and :3, of range 29. IS. prepared to .rc- .'
"JtUby( *3fect, fVl"rccci'ilCCllulialltl Win. Leeds, will apply regularly thru' South the base line pair aiiy part rita Watch, Music Boxes &e. .f
::OOdS. TAYLOR, adm'r. the of and Eat of the mtr lilm. deficient, lie has t mat is I _

St. I.\rh. December TIMOTIIVM'CARTY.27l hi S3 1. i NOIG 183;). 15-8w f P. H. SWAIM, at St. Marks and of That part 14. township II, East Suwannc' Ri-cr, North who liasjust employed arrived n; nd GUI: Ite Snjigfrorn confidemly the be- i '.

NOTICE. Agents. < Tallahassee.' range licv(>!f. with his. assistance. and that

ML>'ICAL THE subscriber respectfully; ...informs the public / N. W. STILLWELL N. Orleans. rruwmhipsl), 11 and 12, of range 15. the Wfl'c!!& l1takillg hue, that he will of be.Mr.able B&'y nt in
w.11. : he will have the ILjliT w Nov. 1st, 1835.: 13tf: Townships 10, 11, and 12, oftange 16. I \\o..k entrusted tu ilim, .S tell and to 10 nil Jr
ORClD(I ( l'rc1uor of.JUitsic -c-spectfully UJ mL! i thoroughly repaired and htted L M lorot"llir Mi Townships 10, 11 I, 12, and 13, of ran ;c 17. : done in the c::>nlltry.He as cheap as t cnn
J Il.lIt urns.I". i.H1C, .... Ladies"...._ I and Gentlemen. .. uf 1al1a.Ilas'Ice thi: 1'1'.11/10 r.-. _. ... ''.'*' tvhrt.. .. "nr.-. .niiiiu.ifllin. 'IVJ" IIUUUIIISC..,-_:-.- LIME Townships and 7, and fractional townships I M will continuc% 10 receive additional I

-- ''i'' '''.l"cul; ', ; pupils in Music on the 1-; fj"-the first of December next. He pledges himself fe Barrels of Lime, for sale at St. Marks. 4 and 12 ; (West of Arrudondo's claim,) and township Goods throughout t1le SC lson, suppl es ot
MHO ( Guitar nnd that 1 o 13, ot 18.Towllships .
Flute. attention
Ter.is $25 every shall be paid for the accom- O Apply to T. R. range FREDERICK
Heill erqurLcr1 c'\nsisting nf36 lessons of I hour c:1cJa.-' modation and convenience of his patrons. Tallahassee! No14th 1835. BETTON 5, 6, 7, and 8, and frnctioncl township Tallahassee, October 25th, 1835. TO"J.E.
a/// .) SVC private lessons '" Vocal Music.Palnents .- GEORGE FISHER. 14-tf. 9, (North of Arredwido's, claim,) fractional townshin I J-tf

A) quarterly in advance. Tallahassee. Nov. 40th, 1835. 15-tf NOTICE.MR 12, (South of Arredondo'sclaim,) und town hip 13 I NEW GOODS -

tlnlJon.; illite left at the C.ty Hotel Mill receive prompt N 0 '1' ICE.I WILSON-Sir, Having been authorised bv of rnnqe! 19. It. S. MILLF.R.l'fllI. i..... "M_.___ .
;tZPPiano: Fortes tuned. a friend to advertise his property to be sold with Townships 1.2,3, 5, 6,7, and 8, fractional township (JfST J.-M iccciveu a conplete 5tock
1a1lnhlsser: XO\ fJth 1835 weeks after date I shall apply to the Judge of 9, (North of Arredondo's claim. APLE'ANCY .
SIX ) Lionalto\Vn. &QQ&
113.tr I Court mine, and he now declines I offer for sale my Miek- will sell low for Cash &, whihh:
of Gadsden
County County, for Letters asooky PLANTATION, containing 1800 of ship 12, (South of that claim,) and township 13 of Cotton or approved cred.t.
acres Tallahassee
STAGE of Administration: the October :
TO JACKSONVILLE.: : on estate of the late lieut range 29. 311, 1335. 12-tf
Oak and Hickery chockolate oil
acres are
The public are informed Charles Pt-tligiue. L. M. GOLDSBOROUGIl'Tallahassee cleared and in a state'of cultivation, with twenty ef- ournships 1, 2,3, C, 7, and 3, fractional township LEON '. (
Nov. 14th),, 1836. 15-tt 9 North of Airedodo's claim i SUPERIOR COURT.
I ( ,) fractional
M that fecm'e hands, consisting of first rate Field Negroes, township
a regular Line or' Stages KIDDAR M AlooRE
12South Arredondo's claim and I Mn
NOTICE. a Carpenter, Blacksmith, and Shoe maker, together ,) township 13, Assumpsit. Attachment -
has been established% with all the provisions on the place Plantation tools of range 21.Fractional. vs. > for $100, 71 cents irsucil It
Let"ccn Tkllal'3ssee will sell 7jO: acres, !in Fowl Town Swamp De- SHADUACK A t
and! J Jacksonville tiuwannce I twelve township 1, townships 2, 3, 4 5 6 7 TKIKSON. ) August 29th
Si>nnj! i catur county Georgia,-IiO. acres, in cultivation and utensils or-fifteen head of good Muies andHorses. fHlHE 1835. 1i.
::>; \'\ ;:- Tallahassee every Monday morn- a comlortable loghouse, a new water gin If the above property i, not sold before the :. and 8, nnd that part townships 9, 10, II, and 12, M. take defendant, and all others interested, wiJ! i.

lrpnj;( travellers arriving at Jacksonville on Saturday-from a iie\vr failing stream. This tract frqm its local on third January at private sale, J will then commit it lying East Arredondo's claim, and township 13, of the issuing notice of said of the institution of said suit a id el" f!

to thc North. wills find ready con- situation and character of soil is equal to other to the hand3 of Mr. Hackley. range 22. and Attachment; and that they aE pear r
|eyQcetoSt. any plead to the
ly the Stcanibout.Augustine!' by iges, and to Savannah body of land of the same\ extent, east of Flint river. .JNO. McLEMORE.Nov. Townships 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9, 10, II J, 12, and ing to tile statute declaration in filed in said case, avoid:
J Fare thrc 13,of 23. such ease made
each wry $ 25 00. Apply on the prcmi:\ to JOHN B SAUNDERS. 21st, 1835: 15-tf range and provided

-Jtn-23lS35. I25ifl XJAS. M. HARRIS. Nov. 1K35.: ir-tf In 4 miles of Bainbridge.NOTICE. Townships 1.2,3,4, 5,6, 7,8,9, 10, 11, 12, and J. D. 'VESTCOTT, Jr. I
13,of 24.Townships .
range Attorney ofPlaiutiff.
\IiddJe lJillritl-l"fou ; 1,2,3,4,5, G. 7,8,9, 10, 11, 12, and August 29, 1335. 4-3m
,''win u. Browning Superior Court. I months after date we shall submit our ac LOT NQ. 251, on the corner of Madi- 13,of range 25.Fractional 'fI
and u. SIX NOTICE.
p. 8rl\\ j voucher the son and Duval streets, fronting! west of towuship 1 of 29.
111\1"\ Merchants ann }, as executors estate range R. RANDOLPH
Ind Co ro' : / I Jackson: There is a new two story The will be DS has removed his office tc the.
Parttrs. of Hardy Vickers deceased to the Honorable County square sale kept open for two weeks, and no House
uin the tradiigm'.der,1j Court of Leon county and apply for a discharge. House double Piazzas in front, kitchen longer; and the lands reserved by law for the use of Dr.Waddel: lIDu\"al, and next dorr to

of Brown &. Cu. Itanle )> ATTACIIMEVT.teis2 JAS. J. VICKERS: and Smoke House, Carpenters Shop, and a good schools, or la.ids reserved for military or other purposes November 29th (
\ f fL WILLIAM W. HART. well.of water. Also a House that rents for 874J per wili be excluded from sale. 1835. in-2w_ .

'Vi'lkn,!, n, SIIt.lton. J Nov. 9th 18r: : I -6w.N year .n same lot. J. G. PA'JRICK.Nov. Given under my hand, at the city of Washington NOTICE.

"H .. 21st 1835. 15 3w this thirteenth day October, A.D. I 1835.Rv IX weeks after date application will be

..rTa."J.. and.1 "!-'oil'-.' ." interested! arc IlcrcY 01" ICE. _' thn_.__ -PrMirlrtnt._ ____ un' _ANDREWETUAN _______ .. _J_A__.K)1\T.!_...,..... the lionth-*. fnnnrr!w*. .- I'A wuii..- /104-viaasaen_._ rL -' mada. to ,
!tent Las Ule II1stltutitn or this suit, that Attn ken issued : persons to cither by { on the estate of E
to appear ItlltJllcad, und! that they are hereby rcqulr.td ALL or account arc requested without delay Sale of Indian CATTLE. Commissioner of the General Lund Office. W. Sweat, late of said County. JNO. TATUf I.ij Ir I-
to tIle
Ibtlt3tutein such!! dccldral n according to settle tbe same, with S. S. Taft, who i* authorisedto Nov. 23th 1835.: 6-tf ;
| cue made and provided. LIE sale of the Cattle to be surrendered to the
LEIGH REID settle the same. It. FLETCHER T United. Slates by the Seminole Indians NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS. NOTICE. -
August Au'y. for rilT's. ,
Tallahassee iXHh Nov. 1835. 15tf
--- 1 51-if under the 6th article of the treaty of the ninth I Persons claiming the right pre-emption to any of TfjlOUR weeks after date,I shall apply to the Hon. ...

fBlHE subscriber has: now opened and offers for' of May, 18J2; with that tribe, will commence at the aforesaid lands, are required to prove the same to JU the County Court of Leon County, for lea e to !

LOOK HERE. JL sale at his store in Tallahassee, a general assortment FlotJlnJs: plAce, on the ro\d leftdin9. from Mieanopyto1'amp'a the satisfaction of the Register and Receiver, prior to sell the real property belonging to the estate of Dr.. .

HE sulsri of goods the prices of which will be reru- tbou'. 12 miles from thcscminoleAcrency, the day of sale. Edward Aiken, late of said county, deceased.

flih'"lalJntl\tion wiihing, to remove firthcr West, lated by the market. 1Jeywill be sold on liberal on die l1rst'day of Oeeember ensuing, and \oltasia General Land Office, WILLIAM A. CARR,

';t two and land for sale, containhU5a I Io terms both a* to price, and lime of payment. Merchants on the right bunk of the Si: John's River, on the 15th October 13th, 1833.: 13-tf Acting Executor in right of his \7iie.

1'lleellt.b diLrkt hundred acres, (2'200)) lying in in the interior can be supplied with goods to day of the same month, and be continued from day to Nov. 28th, 1835. 16lw:1

lOlll t'ainbrjd ; Dec.llur county, eighteen mIles finish their assortment on resonablt terms. The day, until the whole that may be surrendered at those NOTICE. --- JVO :

from Thonu\Sville, and thiri4iefromTalI.hassee subscriber feels bound publicly, to state the obligation places respectively, shall be sold. I\ weeks after date application will be made to who MISTAKE! '1

dag rrom immediately on ho middle he is under to the planters and citizens of mix' Sales will be made to the highest bidder,and prompt S the Hon. the JlJdCle of the County Court of Leon THOSE wish to purchase a family of five.

-O 11I\ upwards of ono"allahauce to MIHed< :
bod, thouI.\nd ((1000)) acres of ,, that renewed exertion to meet the wants of this It is probable that a considerable number of Indian George W. Ward, deceassd', late of said County. will call in any disagreemenlin the pr ces, ,"
all we
the et.[)1n,. batll\n'e is good as any on the Ocklock. growing country, will find a reciprocal disposition, ., Ponies, or hirses; will, be offered at private sale or ANN A. WARD men to decide what they shall be. "_ J ',, .

& .mm3Ckadis well excdlent Pine !land, ndjoiniJg on the na rt of its citizens.Nov. public Auction at the times and points designated. Geo.1'V AltD. Nov. 23d Rob'tLARKINSJ.'r.; 1 :;
'dttd! ( timberj And about four 21 15tf GEORGE LANMAN. 1835 16.Gw i ';
'$ (400)) teres of wluch is WILEY THOMPSON, Tallahassee, 20th October, 1839. i$ Cw ,'
tilnc,all oftlle under cultivation at NOTICE. Sup't. Seminole Removal '
cleared NOTICE.
rtpt one IUlndred land is oftlie second crop, Seminole Agency, Flo. Oct. 4th; 1835 IG-tf LAND FOR SALE
.: (lOo) the next January Term of Gadsden --- - -- ----- '..
rdtarcdandit acres' wllich% has been Ion. AT County ALL persons are cautioned against purchasli g.a.. p ';..
41prodtmces\ illlirstrate order- for cuLtivation, Court1 the undersigned Administrator the estate INSTRUCTION- IN SACRED MUSIC.WH FOR SALE, a tract of LAND containing 628 note given by the. subscriber to .U scar l

. t ere re t ttln equal to any land ln the of JJ nJlUIlin..ChappeU, ''-'ee'dt' will present his ORCHARD"Proeaor of Music on the lamonia Lake, adjoining W. W. White, about the first January lat| the CO!"id-
"''ld attached to the eountry Accounts and Vouchers Coraeu.1cmcmiLh..aid being Davis: believed to be equal in fertility of soil to eration it
''ft iff -Tw' rr premises aU estate tidt d by several Ladies and Gen. any having failed! wilt not be paid.
) .ton Gln; ncceuary and be Uicreftom.' emell land in Florida: The terms of will be made
arid discharged payment
1bL with Sere<<., 3tabIea, fifty' '. of thirplaoe l to give instruction in'Sacred Music THOMAS J. ANDREW.
111 a first falC'rinSof;>> water I,, ,, '%t.. ..F.AKEAdm'c.Tathhsue forrnrrijj a class; providing sufficient uumberCfpupn" proposes easy to a purchaser Nov.28th, 1835. 16-3w p'd: _
one every ) _
wishing 835. -6m. For terms, QC. apply to J A BARREY
.000.t the purr-hase will do \Well to Juhe 17, | ,f to'make it ad i inducement. The class will .
SUl5crjler) on the : Augusta, Oct 15, 1835 11-lOw Auf usla, Ga.
I be I\'en if called premises, at a great bar. ,NOTICE. .ba&.openccnmmeduLely:: on the number being made up A CARD. .
.I-l ;? )me.tL' on be ore, orby the U of I X rpontb.aner data I sfcnlt.submit' troy;necoam to tmcet two evenings in each week.'. Terms, 110 per Iwo 1'1 GE. JOHN H. 'BEALE. 't ".

eio.a1soaell tiftylikely S and vour. as Administr*lrifr ih&:Estate: of tertu... '.., v raLGcntemcwihing*, is to caution all persona from purcha. 1.

hI flamed! ,'tilled young(Negroes with the Henr fl4i'ittsL t tjif,Uon. c.e.CoNtJ I"' \ :tnJoin the "THIS, a small note of hand for twenty or more: Attorney at Lo1C.Monlicello, Florida. I .

l. WILLIAM or by the Ipcified- Court Leon.C qptllim.. apply f !'o&4iachv; t; i e J 'A: flIflC4... r.VU.- dollars, given to John Rice late of --as t.he'lame WILL'practice in the Court of appeals; and: the '
; .. .
'.J t. "'htote. tJ.f; maiwi uf the middle District of
son C.HAS..
Ut".1835. .ELtZAA.'JaUCE'A'; . 'xli'IBtb -. p bat been paid fer many ,ean.. ASH-:
J4-6"", 835f 49.tu 0- City nottr .11Ulgttw" 'N VS18"Jj.: : I63W", Tallahassee; Nor.: lOut 1835.: 1.4W Florida.Nor.. 281835. :IGtf -


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f I ; .4.a 1f,1..i. &J; &g go Jd.fG.tb.of cemtfi4tiisgare wortli. &i' r''' lgw tn-hitfbitiTe '""
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r tinsMtpftiiightflii !t"S1)1
I. r Popular Chemistry. nearly the case'of the iu.ncc placed in vacuum., slow in tefil t r.n ';0 rk
asuredly. KB very Luth1liugr.t tzou the
o udj end "
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neittiirn ul
Why dtTlifttidt evaporate : rapidly i .:..60gTtllty r mea ____ ItcuuntlJ'l I
pgOPLE--1 nd fame .
,' i J. KNOWl.tiUKK FOil TIlE in air,'4I1" a aal .f::: ftl/ J I) ; It.l n Prti.* V tit tralfjcat.1 eW119 he enter Ii I ".arflcd off; the wounded We eon ,y

f ;I on TUP. PLAIN WHY AND( BECAUSE.certain I Because the pre '(Che air impedes the spfUdI I follow J I' taring a 1: with the.excpt0 nf tw that imnJ-. .
f. I ing from he liquid s .race 6f ihe ne"'l.r'oo ;nect.n- ":")Nowbf I be it known :tiat I, ir.DftE'V'J lew y iii h, h illh became fielJ. It is with grem&t remainfd .
/ If A." flft bodies called good and bad conductns impairil; \et -.H t *lO Florida regret bave
J tf
: f pour, keeps it whprets rressure'resists for- c rsoN, President oflhe'ttited States! w v w rv our.ide we,had one man I 831 thatt1.
h j heat ? mation and to lake the Editoiial of the I Richard
: of ni )ic vanotir; and b ause the air in contact charge Courier, ded.1 faar Alldre"l"O :
I :i J Jkcatic, when exposed to tlic same source of heat, with a 1.1n's: itshigher temperature with of America, have caused the said Convention with! the hope thnt the mildness of this clime might I oller loss ntortaUy hut we ,

.. $ l' thy sutler it to pass through them with diileicut degrees the liquid. Si.: '', in h.dia, flat dishes of water, pla- 110 be made public, to the end that the same effect restoration of his debilitated system. Of I 'fthe except a few 1 lit r es.--Tl, auataltltd-ri in .
r of f ,velocit ; or the%? have various conductingpowers cpd t1l"U'l ') iViA nirrlit r.n Ko.l .r .tuilira. mx.Asoon''exhihit, .-__ and cianae and I army came up abojt hi
->-- article thereof lila thircy
--0'* 'iiv UlgUI VU WV-14J V4 lg BUU dtlUW every maybe abiliiy1andaUeens-incefldUCtiflg' this the minutes
: with regard to heal. Go-nl conductors, when kept wet, and in a current of c.r: thin' paper, enemy had retired. ,at
observed and fulfilled with faith the we .eed not speak. The large number of its subscribers
t' ,udiet11 occasion a greater sensa ion oi heat and of ice- and thus i ice is procured in India, ta good by I f'
;. : ". :. .' <-old than bad ones. When the body feels cold, the the purpose of luxury.-Arnotu_ United States and citizens thereof." in this sparsely'! populated l 'portion' of our I The most of the members F.AUSl'lN

I r t caloric is passing nut of it into I lh'; nci ,hholll'ins'object In cbnsequeuee of this, the President and country, is the :best encomitrni Mr. Willianis have returned rntn1.che ,,r the COlIsul)
4. i- : when the body feels warm, it is receiving heat. I n Wily heated. sea-sand. and. soda form. _Glass ? Contiress at onve passed the nee n .snrv faf. L was a man amiable disposition andnf'ahlelWln-! 'p th:1I__ .11,1'1"....' .".m'" ."*" iHOIY., and tVCainL- .- .
) remain in heated I Decausc, ny heating; the mixture, the cohesion of ---------.J -, tiers These ensured him the society and friendship I iI qnorunihere .11m
dialled a oren
Why are to I N'wlia. .
& prsovt the of each substance those [Ilivill;; Fraii"e grent ,privileges and benlit.s an armed. vewrliwdeiE.
whtrcin meat is baH'I"'l particles to of its own ,:! un- of those who had the pleasure of his acquaintance. i, .p .
7 ., Because of the rarity of the air, its weak conduct- the kind is so diminished: that the mutual at rations of j I the treaty which she kas been enjoying ever Out the social circle,-those who knew I one on mircoast-attempied shot the ( l..) land.! at V'eII ..
4 .;,, in* power, and its small capacity fur caloric, which unite chemically come into their into beautiful play, melt togelh-r and si ce, while not a dollar has yet been paid to him the most illrun.celv-will best appreciate his I tbcnhzensonhepbcefrinia at t town; it was OJa nllly(! returnfd,
t.'xpiain! how can exist in so warm an at- compound called loss. : ,,
i ; a person glass. us. They will 'feel tic chasm which his death and alier elghreen POQ I
j': Jitphcre., The wool dresses which pors ons generally has occasioned. To them I firing fuur shun Rt her she
"Look this of ,
t it
on and some
picture this. Republican can
on neverclose and has been stuud
also bad conductor rVlly.is sand used
!: wear on such occasion* are : in glass :? I more slivMI 0
till says
j faith and death summons them! to meet him. an e.Ipr
l' of heat. Because it serves for stones ; it being said, that all promises in America, contrasted I that plaee. The United .Ia'es r

:i: Sir C. Blagden, Secretary to the Royal Society, white tranocp.Hentslones which will not burn to lime, with kingly faith and promises in New Orlraus, are all mOUr'led and Volunteer. r

ftbout thirty vears since remained accompanied by are fit; to make -Iass.I &" .rr.."...n. From II"VttJ1- Orleans- ----- -Rull-,.--.;-,l_. the- urmv.-.. 011 their\:'
-J i
it feimle dog, during eight minutes, in an oven heated I We indebted lo I We I
ere the politeness: of the. English Lave the honor %he
to 100() devices of Reaumur, 20W( above the pointai -- to yours, 'c_
From the editor of thVBre
I Washington! Globe. ior. the (oliowiig translation and II. It.
which covered with RAIL MADS. I aO\.ALL
boils although
:: i'il, boiled'water closc to him; ,water and in, thirteen minutes, the t Tur. TREATY.-We quote from the National The fi !iowiii f extracts from the Report ot the condensation Vera of the fate ncwsjJrom! Mexico, via A. HOtJTON, Secretary Presidtnr. I

hot air being concentrated by a pair of bellows, some Guzettc the cxtiact and) comment which f folio l1 !- Baltimore and Ohm Railroid; will be read with Cruz.'

beef was dressed in the same p 1ce. Two French I \v's: interest at this time, as it gives the RESULTS of By the shooner Eulalia, arrived here yesterday I

uoadamjcians, of the last century, SAW: at Lanche- 1 Th United that experiment, while yet in its illl 'from Vera Cruz tn the 6th iust. and Irom Mexico i'L1)RIDIA.NLLJlWJ
Gazette _
foucanlt' a man, who, from habit supported during of this morning ANNUAL UCPORT. llc.v. and Jala pa to the 29th alt. :

ten minutes, the heat of on oven, in which meats I avers that it has leat lit what follows; I ROAD CO -BALTIMOKE AND OHIO RAIL Bonilla, a minister of foreign; affairs, appointedambassador &i-; Ji
IPANY.- -The Ninth i
w' of Reaumur Annual Report of
: MPIronkrd. : they iVimd t the heat to be II l "The Fre.irh, l king and Ministers and :
are cert the '
;! I Th} rarity Iresident :nnl Directors to llif Si<'cklii'ldci4 plenipoteithifry'extraordinary to SrrlJRDAlDEC.
above thttt!'boiling water. : .
inly! dooir; >' < .nnv.u f the UUSII1CSS the court ol'Komc, published'lo tho Mexican 5.
4 :- the air, its weak c ':ll\I\Ilin\ $ pov.er, ami* its Mini!! ; .Settled. nrrhe Baltimore :nui Ohio Railroad Company has: journals
; : capacity caloric, serve to explain how) a per a ;"I: agreeably) !Jo i the treaty, but jhcy must justify just been made.- This report will be looked to of tile Wih nil, a lonj; address to U: government The mail of last evening Jro sht no I llSto?

.t frail exist in so warm an atmo ph're. It is by its al-I 1l'IIlH''C"! > to the Chambers and the nation. with reat interest by the public nt lar etas wellas in which he warmly eulogizes thc meas- intelligence than had been i reviomly

lion upon thc skin I and m the consequences which I They, however neither desire nor those, to whom it is more particularly: addressed ures adopted by; ihe present administration in -- received
sue from that, thai lire becomes iIiJudl):IS. Now the expcct any shill be laid I Mexico-and the'journals: under the control of the
: before We
explanation!: which our readers to In publish cleo'n
in the to-day an
Fire King," who exhibited: himself in London last can remotest degree m..rrow. administration 'as in duly bound' return the ar. the snlricci rf.,
wide of red reflect dishonor the Government nit-irtimc, we are gratified in l eing able tOsi compliment Post Office at Cha ahooche J. We
in pantaloons kno
spring, was wrapped up upon of the t ihr by sprinkling incense over the habits etc. r n ;
1 wool, a 'loose mantle also of wool, and wore ou hishead United Stairs.: It would be sufficient that IhtI le, : .1 gives a highly/ satisfactory view fr.ic of the win thy Bonilla. I its present manageiucnt t we trust thatiheJ

I I ( a great quilted fell rap; and the wool be'iig a president!, in !his';; next should I j : Oji-intoiH, of the compjuy fir: the past year, The Indian tribes lion of go\'ernment will be < rawn to its >
Mrscaleros Atachez belt
IMC! inductor of heat, this. wlJlltt'r.workilig g. .1. ,isjhould messasH! express I audi l pr; -:e.tl.i such dati; groiiilol: : Uj>)n facts' and and'Gilenos I ization suited its his 4 nvic'ioji lint t !Iw !Fieneh have renewed their hostilities Mexican to importz nc!, Ubsin-ada
official on
awiikeii: the astonishment: of ihe ignorant king's Govern- JeiaTs' as must be deemed quite conclusive
lone. I ''unt had art't1' t frontiers: and by their plunder and attacks will ( tin! office for the whole of the South
j ill j :ood faith, (and there cano ;is to the he:.lth.v flourishing condition, and futurePrlCCbifUitStreatCOrL)4)flhtiOfllflhtaIIflafld he borJerfn.:

W/iy art porous ,r fpongy substanr'f, ai feathers, no doubt a .h.liict: ,) and to express hissurprise | '] favor.produce a military diversion iu their own style and Glf of Mexico. Th, compensation no.

; jlctcy matterc.. bad tanditclurs of)IUII I I IUecause I,I tit" nis s.innpr .ini-. ..;.:ur..*. .1..1 I I-... It.S III IS., SO-u Pliillu'iillu......V..J '..rtii.....lii.",'it..v. .tu.. r.nlvll jjuLMiu:, UUIIVC'iiicncc _....- I lowed the Post Master is ertir.lv_noJ -in-,_..?.',.......,,(.. II
np. The I
E i in unreal measure, of the (quantity of air COn lrrj, "' II 1If'ml: (' i.-; the IUu &IIIII I and to the interests ofagriculture and com staO of Vera Cruz does not relish the crusidc __
which they have in their structure ; air b.-ing; pro. II : veiy rever.tlS ; merce. against the l federal government; and a worthy KEY-WEsT-fluTing ,
1 I \: drt'd l t.., '11! t llufaco:: I old tl cent visit to Key W\ :
bal'h, tic; 'worst 1 conductor known, that: is, the ti'I it. ; other diplomatvjt! formerly of Scotland, now a mem the
items Editor
i-tance which, wJien at rest, impedes the pa-sn: .,e oi VM;! tin: ?, hoarier IPII F)e n'Hiji-j! ; more than: prised in this pleasing ufinlclligenr.ecom her ot: the Vera Cruz' legislature, has not only refused I had the pleas ire of inspecting J
J i is unit of the
I r report, Sall-Worksal! '
]heat the steady constant that
most. Ainott. I place. ,'hose
prctm uiptiuu. Until i f tin- !"vity, hus i iicrn exeeuteu increase of the business at Harper's to become a member of the departmental owned bysL; -

Why Jots a drop{tmter roll about en a red-hot ir. nwithout I I -that: is, until the I"jr'dlaiIIIIW';t universally I siir: the't extension, of the railroad to that importiiiit Ferry- junta of that "tatebut has addressed a very spitited f ton & C.j.in particular, app-ar tobein very*,., .

Because tvapcraliiii its surface f becomes highly' polished asto i" '. '.ovvlr.lv1! '.J 1 t to he tint'I !Iii: : been point. In assuming that this increase will be remenstrance to the general government, warcaslically ful operation, and arc carr ed on in a scientific I

paid-the JiCsiJer' '- ""t ,. permanent, the reportV understand, takes scrutinizing their acts which have led systematic: I manner. From the data
reflect all the heat. If the heat he less, the wa'er | 'tlo-Iy t hI' .n occasion (to the .sub version, of f the federal InrnaheJajj

$ I penetrates ihe pores of the oxidated iron, and losing vinccd that tho 1- ', ;\ h"G-iwriuiivit,t iI.ts i : l to pay a high and deserved tribute to the A great number of the citizens roust Toluca ittirion.: our own ovscrvalion, the clear profi's of ihe?.

f Its polish ii evaporated.Why acted. in good fat.n. li liberal |policy! ot our Baltimore merchant, to : followed have tallishmems will from f
v vo 110 n:iii ""o wh.nn this the example! of Jno. Sebastian Canmuck vary forty to sixty psrtwt I
trade has
Hew been
is water frozen in a vessel from vh'th the tt'iry ask or expect that : \> iii; "\j!". I I.a lieti I they to render this
t pumped out (m'I which! un'uins bm'.its Ik mar-
it wlial he his biliiies of
sage dut-s it-el. remonstrance. This in Toluca this place l for
'. t ;; ItlicidjthSQT' ( its vnpotr: ? not I'jie: Now Yin k ket popular and attractive in sections of the coun- of where the pn diicfng salt! appeaib

I .! Because the evaporation' of the water is thus ac Courier and Enqtiiier} of ) i.st: '<:rdaj fur l1i'.hes try. where, hitherto, it has been more comparatively plan a ccuiral goveremnt was first issued. A be very great, and a large ::rrount ofcapita1mim/

t f cleralel-lhc heat leqnircd for the conversion of this story. hut little known. Some notice of (Ihe operations retroaction But of this kind may sustain federalism. be safely invested in the bi siness. It is atiih
the ,
; iinc: portion of the wa ;a' in o tnktn Here th Gazette of Winchester monks that had been expelled from
vapour, being ; jjivv* a In.-i: 'ouck-atid-, and Potomac Railroad well worthy ,the attention nf capitalists.
t I i Irvin the other portion, which i h thus reduced to ice. bull tory fiotnVhl. 's Company arc appropriately introduced in the Spain late, resolved to take advantage of the
P'r.[ abmtt, ".* (''onn.il re- --
.- t c !Wy! is soft_anilftabj'> meat lI1filjir cooling? demand"H __ MUMM. ,,.Vv".. ?t..n./. ,', ..;.: ._ __ ; :jori, !from which we learn lhat the entire- line----- of--f 'temporary 1 hey predtnuuancyofiheir circular ( order in Mexico. MicHiCAx.--This Territory has
I liecHuoc. after the rigidity lias totally eeased, nni- I Ilolhschihl.-1-. iii.ii "lIilluy linicii lhat road, from Winchester to the river, is got a i issued by the Mexican Consul proceeJcii.
1 mal fixJi soon experiences, the commencement (" .r. :i (who u.im vor nnlh" I lo be completed I lor use the expected at Bordeaux, and inserted in the Diaro del organise a state government and elect Senatai
during !
4 : r I faction.1lrhy luxe) chemical. changes which terminate in jiutreS rizcd to m-i-!; <: '. n I I. :md m-vi 1'1's III It/I mu-) 'l'.,r. rims, in a very short time more, will present I there I _Gohierno__h .. .Mexico., .. announcing. their intention tocross to Congress, so that there ire nov tnrc svstJ- -'-.!._,U/,
; and about aS. 'lIr! \ he me Atlantic lor the succor and
v o unoffieially an success government
"fiom uninterrupted railroad claiming
:. ; the communication be 1, their sup 'emacy in the cnuni.c -.
do confirlioncrsii'lt, ire tcit'i cnn'twn salt ? French ministry, THAT IF liE WOULD FKUMII tween Baltimore and Winchester, a distance oi 'dearly IxrJoved brethren in Mexico. A law \Y understand that Genelll Jackson has I
f Because they thus produce) cold much greater than His APPU V.VL OF AIu. LIVINGSTON'S i if 2 miles.The was actually brought into the Congress by tl'e.- that the old J
tlJ oflhe oriinalice. :t! TO BE LF.TTKK: views heretofore ry amiable deputy Ch. Bu OFFICIALLY expressed by the Board
[ Whn da I ttNICA TfD, IT .VOUl.r of Directors expatriated worthies; but the proposition until the constitution shall lave been .snbniineJ,
not fjifiiigi freeze ? tic in regard to the business that would was re-
I. Because the earth ;conducts cold or heat but slowly I AN AMPLE EXPLANATION' &(!. be created by the raihoad alon its have jected as being premature. Congress l fur approval, aid the Territory admitted 1 1I

and the most intense frosts penetrate but a."fewiurlii's -(a statement heretofore! in IJo in ,the Cour. I we learn, been[ fully realized. *1'lie course, nf the, Le Censor, publishec at Vera Cruz, pours out into the Union according to the usual 1'rO\l.: I

into it; the temperature of the ground, a frw I I I ier and Enquirer, and I II receipts lamentable, Jeremiads the .. 1I 1
promptly over of the Air. Mn il
contradicted: Irjimportation( ; department which stru"gk' n *> (7overnor. ..: .
afford uusrrini ., .. ..... Fl 'n Iy & r-r*.
feel below' us Miifac<*. is nearly the murall the :I I in the ( ; l 101.? by authority, fiom boln sides evi.ili.-/ '. ..., unite vallie and increase? \'v.v'.n.> -- : (&c aincictj'fi 3ania Anna will have to content! himsei' *
progressive with
con Ihe honor )
(lo nf
world Ainott.
over.- protect and the
( liberty
]I|i CCrnod, French and American. uftlle trade thereon, will be found Constitution against the, office t
) There i is, particularly sat: Texians and the I
Why: are many: t>f Ih* oc halls and ea'hedialsfoul 'however, noiHr in these i .f:cor.v. These receipts f for the and to deal with t Ihe latter as he had Territory >e obliged taa"* rtto tt tI
t, and in ictnttr? : >peciiIstins; and present year exceed done with the Militia of Zncatecus. common of
in ceremony
summer icurai 1 I i.iquiiies. of the New York those of the last by nearly 453,000vhile the Santa Anna hitching Ivtorc she B al
Because in proportion as buildings are massive, i print worthy of' re j expenses during the period have may experience the contrast, and find! that a wolf lowed to assume the dignity of a "
the} acquire more of these qualities! which ha ve just pi)--but we mnv add a word in snppoit o'' I same only increased cannot deal with lions as with sheep. The Ter- sovreigilty.Liht I l-
been noticec', of our iuo',her-earili.-Ainoit.Why r. I what Mi. Walsh ] as we understand, about $23.000.-Thus ians .
has s:li to the Ut.ited are nut shepivh when their s
Stales very vital interests
f Gazette. !: sliovvhiii a iiell increase of receipts 'forjthat department Houses.-The ut lily of light house*b t
it the cold the are at stake.
deftrrrf greater
\ ice. remove i of about -
I t I j'rum the earth's surface ? t't't This print ass. rts, that the presid'nthon t!,I I: UI'I lie company 35,000 for dollars.the The gros the revenue This may shortly be proved. The journals! we of this age need not be demonstrated. The object P i''
ending an let hi-
t M Because the air is not heated immediately from I year have received do not contain I } article is to. show fiat there exists the
before t tho first inst. is slated account of on
p the rays of the sun passing through it ; but on their movement to\vardt a ('0111," at 26g, 60 10. The expense du- ments, equip. coast of Florida r.J r.h
although they call for them but a lameniabfe: of them. For
with the ritig the same: ittrind ; we have want
i, jis eting with an opaque (or dense) body, as the anco treaty on the part of th-- F are 3156,20 39-leaving a been
earth, the heat is elicited and ihence trraIuallvcommunicated (. t kinir express his con\_ ..:.'.O.r.. "ih .1 .u-. !..-------i ncit revenue 1.1'$101.16371.( ( tended. apprised from( private- sources that it was--- _in-. many_ _years it has been a u s_ _ilii_ .rt__ ur... Mmnbinf_...,'.....J-tt.. d o
the t .mil miMMirn Since the I immediately to send 3 or 4000 well armed the British Government, '
to surrounding atmo phere. king's opening "rthe Washington Railroad I negecttcd! to erect lighthouses
has tl!
.I In winter! the earth, at eighteen inches depth: is i : government acted in good faith." thc' amount of travel and intercourse between the CH.opelrulIl Vera Cruz lo Texas Better let them' on Abaco and Sal IJ]
:Now Ke.v Bank. 1 lIif Jesi-
l i t warmer than the air; in summer, the a'r i is warmer let us see what the "good faith" or'ihf LW,) cities has greatly increased. The tarry in the south' ; for if they land at Tampiro,
\ I than the earth at that these effects Wrench him average at General Mehia is object has at length been atlJin J.luiit K'J '
depth : are owinz king obliges to do, :a rordiiig toI : this lime is understood lo be about two hundred prepared withvomc of our spir J le
JQ lo the earth bein; a bad conductor of heat.-Parkes. I his nun solemn ted citizens to give them now becomes the duty of the Anieric-m Govern-
I ) declaration as a man and a |>er*>ns per day. Large numbers who formerly a hearty drubbing, and IBa

t ;f I ; Why d) the Sr/tj peasant, irhcn they Irish lo sole magistrate, Here are his word:*, signed with i came to Baltimore [by the b.iy route, now ascend kcp the coast cleaner action; anj if t they land more ment lo see whether it ias not ken O'uiltvor!

; t thtir iced, spread black cloth tin theturfuce/ / of the s/wic? his own name upon the treat : I the Poiomac, and avail themselves of the railroad. northernly, they musi beware of the Texians riB equal or greater neglect, virile preying this subject !>- end
Because it may absorb the suns rays, and f'ili.t ) ?. r (
tate the melting of the snow. Dr. Franklin, 10 exemplify Translation! of) the ratification; of the treaty; of The-esulis already fully justify/ the policy of la- The Texians in on the consideration o "a foreign |xver whose y

p.\ t ] the efleci of the different colours in absorbing July' 4 1831 by the kin? nftlj.t Ficnrh."Ure ki.ig the of greater part oflhe stuck of this road on dence with the 'federalists are now Mexican regular! correspon I interest at slake, comparet with ours was triflin*. 11in

t 1 heat, covered snow with pieces of cloth) of diffct account the Company. I'lie distance from city people ; and From Carislori's; Ittef to West ihereiinn
;; t lent eoours. at a time when the sun was shining having found the .Vjove convention( to city i is now perlormed: by the locomotive engines are laying their plans accordil1 'Y. If Santa An Key ot

i fully upon the snow. Having done so, he observed agreeably in all and each of tho disposition* in ;bom two hours and ten minutes. The na and his troops can be prevailed on to visit light, a distance oh'innrc than one liumlreJ and m

'J that the snow under the black cloth \vas* melted first, ,S>: therein contained;; .t > ileelare by ourselves improvements contemplated on a jwriion of ihe Texas, they will there find a grave; AI fares and twenty mile*. The light at the former place Na sir

1 then that under the blue, then under the brown, well as by our heirs aid successors, that it :is main stem of the road, will soon bring the time his compatriots will enter Mexico from the south, floating light, liable to bt displaced or distroycJ,) su
i i-s for
I whilst! that under the white cloth was inconsi while Mehia! and others will
I J derably me'ied. very accepted, approved, ratified and confirmed necessary' (lor this journey within the limit origi- and the monks and aristocrats put in fiom the north at all times, by violent gales, as -vas the case last foi

,it and_ bv lll! _>_Sf_ timarmfa... cinno.l. I.. ; nal'y! promised of two iour DeviL shill... ..be.. sent to the. September. Tim.; ofcojrse. relied bymariners
c !' i Why ere the blights .rlv v -nml.... n ivuLi.I..pnl.i ti">ii3imuioti: must- ixr is not afiFa

I I tcmpera-lvc til trhic.'i water boils upon Ihtit summits ? I do accept, approve, ratify, and; ;confirm: ; ; it.: the Company are Mich as to be power quite enfployed; by supreme in Mexico, before I the new year shall have : and I his po'n i is seldo.n seen bully I.I
) Because if we diminish atmospheric pressure, we Promising on the faith and Asa commenced. It should work of Fae
word of a king, lo proof of the efficiency to which the It necessity. be replaced by a
lower the conio-
t atmospheric boiling pressure point.of 30 Thus inches, water of under a,mean boils observe it, and to cause it to be observed in.j tive has now been brought, under its patronage: Rumor adds that Santa Anna had actually prepared solid masonry faced with granite bfocks, ant!

A .j 1 in a metallic vessel at 212". At the mercury top ol Mont. violably, without ever contravening it, or suT we may mention the "Arabian1 i ii now in daily Cruz to head in person ihe troops sent via Vera placed on the inner side of the r'ef. A work or Tea wa

Blanc Saussure found that it boiled at 187, from fcnug it to be contravened, directly or indirectly use, travelling 80 miles without slacking its firesor riM demanded to Texa>; but that despatches from the limit this kind would be perma lenl, and less expensivein -'

'I! the atmosphere being less dense there than below. for any cause and under any prelen'ewhatever. Idling" the steam go down. And the "\\ ash i Mexican his presence nearer the seat oflhe I the cud than time miserable expedient.A pfe

,1 I Why is the air ica'-m in misty or rainy weather? .. In faith whereof, we have caused mgton, a new engine on the same plan, lately i mored here government. It was also currently ru : light is present also the places, tenTh
made an exhibit of I yesterday that the monacal necessary, at flillowing
: Because of th'- liberation : its power, which party of
I of the latent heat from our seal to be affixed to to these quite Mexico had
I the precipitatedapuul'. presents. c1tcisive.Vilh a load amounting to 113 Inns, raised a sum amounting at present to and should be constructed in the manner recommended anc
I Given at the royal palace, the tinny-first of Au. this engine Ira veiled i wo millions to support the Central car
to ihe City Washington, system; and bu\"e-uu thereof: near Key Taverncjr! !!
Why' is heattd air thinner march
; lighttr than cold 1831 agains Texas. fail
air ? gust, LOUIS PHILLIPPE.. at a rate not !.can at place'than These forces and Santa
4 Because any ten miles an I on or near Indian Loo and eiathe
it is a property of ]heat to all bo Anna be Key, on Key bat
expand :
"By the the may required
h- hour against
king: ; who is be-
dies average speed was much And ,
: or rather should
we that greater. intermediate be the 13StIDCDtionl'd
say, we call air hot level coming dominant in the South. I space tveeii two sen
or cold, according as it is "HORACE SECASTIANI." 011 parts of the road the rate ofspeed| seemed JuJcetl the whole J lost
naturally more less
panded. or ex Let entirely at the discretion of the ot.Mexico i is in a.t rmellr, & if M hi3 plays hiscards places.Ve are aware: that this measure broTh

us suppose that the first violation ofthis The recomioissnccs (between engineer.Cumberland and I well when he reaches Tampico, Austin Z.ivali would be attended with great expense, but m* ,

*.-,W/iy., .is.1 a_I.I-I tremulous_ r_mtliun. I.observable. ONT_ chimney' u most eacred and sovereign act was ev.cusable the Western. waters havi__n -? --.fiKli--..;.<.-.i.w>vv.i< ti.../ ,., :..... .,_ I t and he may meet Alvarex in Ihe- Cuvi- .-j Clr u. .\f.y.1--...... I .?rrater limn_ i i. wnriintfl_ W the_ inafftiiludeof_ see
(1ILIo siuuu tuiiHir. nu n n
to/act -- n.n
jJoIU TWJS Awe bun Iltattl'y the- upon the ground that the Chambers I taut fact that the in two months henco. The Texians -" rt ebb
mountain be will
sun ? to traversed b not cease object to be enacted. The interest of c.eryI
-, ) till f'I
Because tlc warm air mill refused to appropriate>l us suppose that j the road, can be passed by locomotive they render their own liberty and the constitu Pm<
rises its engines and
rcfacti-g pow.FI Lion te in the union would !he in a
er btlng less than that of the colderair, the currents the delay of the King, in the first instance, in' their iraus without the use of Stationary of 1324 triumphant in Mexico; and till they! I promoted, gr.e2t- |lUre
I. arc rendered visible I, Thc routes to power. shall have been justly hailed the er ur Jeo* dt-gice, by it. The return trade from \Vi.,
1 by distortion of objects view ,, bringing the subject In-fore the Chambers and Pittsburg and Wheeling are U.tli! us saviors of fed- ID
cd through tl'em. : I shown to be perfectly alfthe al freedom and republicn; institutions. American I Cuba, Jamaica and central America, i iseqi U/ ;
lI't! Within doors .j subsequent postponement of tho fulfilment of prlic.lible, and. i interesis -, Texians I I I toe
a similar example occurs above the involved the against Mexican Monks I[ Gulf of
M. Seiuriers promise that the in extension of this great work -what a con- exposed ivitu: the entire commerce of I the thai
foot-lights of ihe --
of theatre subject should tinst !
aage a the
I ; of a seem to require that both roads I tilt Ihat
; ;ffir.candle, ar the smoke of a lamp. he brought to tho consideration cf the new should he mide.-i : The constitution of a central republic has been : Mexico. In a 'former number we estimated the :

_ _ ..' Why are She gas chandeliers in our theatres? placed ., Chambers st the earliest possible moment F Patriot. .. passed by Congress, and publi hed. The deputy America property wl-ici .annually passes th& JQo.foU.
# under a laigcfunnel fully accounted 'for; what is satisfy the worldat president Barragu'n had sworn fidelity to it. coast of Florida, at $103.000,000. By a anore

? Because ihe funnel, by passing through the roof large: now, when the money is aetu illy vo- We arc informed by a letter received in this The Mexican papers are very wrothy or frothy minute calculation it am mills to nearly doubt it"

I into tilator the outer fair, operates as a very powerfu'en.: ted. for the continued viol.( ion of tint I city( thai :ii 6 Cherokee Council lately! assem concerning the capture of>the Carreo; and vow that sum, exclusive of th value of ihe shippo?* a he
the heat and smoke covu- Way
i-ri .Ii proportion, of the air of the house.passing off witl a l large nant on the pa.t t of the King, which he has so 'I bled; at RJ Cluy, have terminated, their session deed vengeance it \ill now against finally all resolved Americans and Texians: ; in- j Of this immense sum nearly one and a half per to v,

f I k-The?.._<.".-"Dli1.I. -j-.jon__._of j Lu rooms" and buildings -can _only i -oii-n.iily vnuoil on tin"word! of n Kin ri-."-.hall.... without having come to any measures de-i riYn..ran..llt..n.--0---- ,.. -.M ....... U"'U'r.._., **.expatriate__-'- all for1 cent or SOO.OOOdollars is annually lost. olficnot'
t OJ" jjviin.-uy rneciea, oy suiierijigtne neated and foul I I : inviolable) hull; ha "observed without j limle to their alKiira} in relation; to n Trealy. enemies or formidable- .LJC ICO as dangerous These ofservations arc not made at l'3uiJOlD., --
f. air frcih to air pass, of through any des led apertures temperature;in iho ceiling, is admitted while c 'ntraveuin ,i.lii: l im'it' to hu conlrwyetieiJ, I j/ l'hId Ross and KIDCE parties, alt they were ostentatiously of their national: honor They and speak dignity.very. The writer of tins article has made the vOl3 rt 1 1COUr

t from belbw.-BJll1d dueclly 01 i i':: ."' 'crJI d, hive ama; :unatt.tlthclr interests for The Xqeinal of ytU'! (
uiy, !lin ;any cause or under the,2d inst. says, that there is it .round the capes) six times, and is now prettY
Why is the atmoiphire .f theatres end olher crwded any preu i. whatever?" the general good of the while people and party in Mexico, in-favour of the Texia us. acquainted with ihe. reefs nd currents which render jquaf

t places prejudicial to health' Tin"oild wi'' wlnlh DeN ;ales have been appointed, selected I from thBiCUlLdangerE I1, '
-.y <;j the King: who the navigation of ihos; seas so I' I11dQnhe
Because it has been found, that in a theatre, f.--m has t.e:: I'lCs-idctjl: .- express dor-Jaraliori' that both parties, consisting of 20, with full powerto IMPORTANT FROM TEXAS. arise from the currents J D.L
the i principally
commencement to the end of I We
the play ; are :indebted Ihe
(r niiiku 10 the Editor t
oxyeeu no a Treaty with the of the True
CommUsioneM American
; vital air is diminished to the menace uas meant by th'MfsM:I c-vihoth- at the man
4 proportion from 2i I I!I for a loan of the want of proper Iandm.rk9 to guide kIa4
I lo 27, or nearly one-fourth, and is in the same proportion er the King: who ha :\lr. Lvingsjoa's: !! Vt'l- i ial : pr-M-iii ai.poinled by the General Government; lowing interesting slip from which the fol nero The coast is Jo w, uniform and not easily It wtil
: very
J f 'Her. less fit for respiration than before.-La\'oi. ) letters,
4 d, I false construction p-n u/.aa/ the Message bv to \Valiingion City, and endeavor to ef- To the Committee of Vigilance and variable that the narigau cannot tell with1 1111 Azri

frAy are diting-bells: restricted' in their descent to ten the factious at hou. >ul :broad, to loriu-- it I f Itct the Hamo with the President and Senate, Nacogu'oches.SA Safely at should be. J
J. cr ttoeltt fathoms ; precision, at night, when he is, even 11
Because of the density, and more especially the into insult-\vhetl.e- l Jv-",", who Jri- al! npjti such term us may be natiafactory 'to all, jr FELIPE DE 'AUSTIN, Nov. 1, 1835. be able to see the land. .Light houses wouM.remove -. 1in
heat cf the ready received lhin no a* to pui an end to the GENTLEMEN:-As it t.is erst
air our
4 4 although renewed by forcing pumps, ,-i ill.- s a unis (.1111 II 1 H.'I." controversy now ex- duty to keep you this and vessels! in dfctrrs*woow "IfeSic
properly prised oflhe difficulty,
becoming : istiuj .- Savannah affairs
insupportable whcnL-e the iness.ige'if.irlnMi iiiui, C the Prusi i ;; [ Repub. of our country, we d e (

i Why dues the lark r.f trees resemble dont'soinctal disavowal twii.s rrneate'd .in his send you an extract from CoL_ __n 'Aiia____,.Inf-. .i L.n...">'- .".<", generally be to find w;me opening in > fe f .
clothing '
JiJecause the 3Jth Oct.
I From the ivhcre could In safety and D6norlOS7r .
Jacksonville COte" they pass
u allows tile iieai communications ''
to from the dorM in
pass tree rot, ( continuing HItJI
but slowly, and sec-ire?, therefore the temperature withhold the lo <'* We have this week the melancholy task to nomm -, QUrlfTl,MilJi" f Cnctfti**, II] ) Were there a light at Loo Key thiswodUW:
I necessary to ynjetabu life. i payment of ihr 'lut'umnily, upon nee the death of Mr. ELIOIH WILLIAMS the TiK"d"/,.* '.-Ocfcfcr 28 1835. } the point for which vessels .vould! steer their course,
caloric the plea that (his point is ,1 t : of the Consultation. f'' '
That IS as ne o .
for the Mitlifenily Editor ( .x3S.
esary explained
of ) &
ibis'paper. He died &?
support vegetable which
on the 3d ins1."inethe I hare the honor on ;jeayin .the Bahama ,Banks/by %
it is for that animul conl'nvMuih: \0 inform that the I ;
as Jif be / .
may proved II'l'al.; "if "n.cnU I Hrh\\ year of bus Mr. Williams you enemy dimiwsW*
: by direct experiment If, in the middle of winter, a whith !tW'i j >';;' d not (t- ':I. n t II. only on o'.' bcntzer age.11. Williams,Esq. of was Deer the to the numberofSooqavalryand JOO infantry, .rage.eogtbp) the voyage would be

it hole, it La will bored be seen in a,that tree ihe and treeis ft thermometer put into crate, but fur a ui .; 4.,.t.\ ... ., 1.I.:.. i...,... field, Miss He was graduated. at Harvard ofurliUery aa nearly as at can sunrise be ascertained, wilhv two pieces a dayor: two at 1 least. Ai other'consiJeralioB 1 :
maqy warm of his ttriiirijfattacked a defithearmyuii4er thee' exceU eut harbot r in the nelahborhoo L
er than the atmosphere ratification U)ltrc 'IMIJ'il.tih"t'l! lor- University in the class of 1882. Hb :edueatioa, 'tachwea. isjin *;
: I the command of'GIst' ,
bid. &Iti9 i talents and the of & Bahia Honda capable of admitting thipl. .
respectability .w .
Wty does the effect of wind motion conpec- and 'Capt. "FanfM
or tile air
ef r (
nuns fdistatcc
eommaednf'p1n ty '
,', I 1' quicken evaporation f j g? The publia.will !JL' uh'a\.lo l deride I hp.reaflrr, life gave' him .the fairest pfiwpe t.or f\icee 'in men who were-ip<*&J at'thw 'place! and'afatt" wii" and the reef can! be passed any' whfre

Because it removes air saturated: with the raois- if thoy. mcot now. \\ hat, the. promise' and ture, and'excifedl usefqlrs.: the most cahgutne hope) of his:'fii- ,'_arm e wiimntw. *v n.k.-v '\ rt f>"pIed[ 'oh 'J.ht .roiie bel hw $e Key by.'!.
He wprpcric c|. the, ctlce of with' the E' o&ItpJaca *r
-IL t p rOn pl leefc4 n i, t .aft ..pounie -. drawing etgnWu! feel.wall r, and at ;


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t111\.r.11; fectj Here vesselscalnV .. gan to think the for landloid the bad mistrusted my object patrons. t might not have bothered you at all-but meeting in December 1836, when a new election r I.- i_ 1
JaWilg I I in enquiring post office, and had i iplnyed the
.1 t 15 nCl'1 i.11 <7 bad wnthcr, nr proceed 6 a trick upon a,traveller." But being wantonly naturally -I would dreadful allow forebodings of the fate of my ktler for the ensuing year: shall take place. Negroes For Sale.
1.1 I me to I will for
- ""IIJU ttoucrh tic finest sound in I slow to anger, I put on any clothes, drew forth nap-and no. sleep. now" try a 23 This Conslitutioa.may be amended at any 1
subscriber will offer for in Ta 'fahassec
'fllt r l..n om under the pillow the little inefficient of the the of THE !oIc : ,
thl' ( regular
armod the Tortugas.fr ) anodyne, meetings by concurrence 18th
the Dee'r
: b \\'I or Sixty likely YOUNG .
. .,rltt, to Key short-1 an d walked dispassionately up to the Jeter box-- At the break of day, Il bend my way two thirds of the membr presents hut the So NEGROES about one-lw.lf of whom arm YOUNO

I I ".nceh'c:1b\e\ h'lmt upidiIy or Had it been a common deposite, it had slipped in atonce To the far, Jar Western land ; cietj; and the shall have p'wM EN and the; balance VOCNO Among
Boar ,
nf a light, W3S hut its intrinsic worth seemed .' Where o Dirt 'VO"lN
11 be3clll1iustl"3d I IJ..tCdIlCSS to say look I will abide without to
a fore be'I'I a bride er pass may judge ne them, are some good Cooks, rough C irpei l :r.. &c.Also .-

importantt jxnnlis tnS.I saw nothing you leap"peeped but shavings.through If this be the the opening litter Till my widow gives her |j- cessary either for their self government or for.the a first rate i\Ian-Cok. Person* ,Uliing to 1

l rtdbenefit to c dcrhvcl fn m properly I said I, rather irritated, (for my nature was touched box), I IIrs. WACAMAW.CONSTITUTION promoting the objects of the Association. purchase, will do well to wait their arrival o such a
24. That the counties of the Western District s superior lot of Negroes has never been 'ffct:d in Tal. < .
FlowJa fast, iStlI3t all vcssels of'i my jewel, does not go in there. My I ,
iflunJkecjusillc at the Gulf Stream first notion was I had missed the orthography, It and those of the East, be invited to unite in the lahassee. TII03. II. McCLIN COCK.

dra t 'I was therefore re-examined, and lettered L- -T-E-R. I objects) ol this Society ; and that i approving of '
fiO" ,0 f t3 kiuTthe c rC tuusrlllte around Ab:1co, eeing what was seen, all the sense I had could not or THE this Constitution, transmit to the corresponding

ins\CJO 11 not tbetvar the. Florida( sbore. In determine whether it was intended for letter," or FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. Secretary the of their nominees V.'President -
lit I.'.,' WlJ\1 iicalcnlable 1 I advan whether some outlandish painter had down the name
wlltllbeol put 1. The and Director of tjieir respective counties
; Association "
shall be the Flori
\ar. styled
of( broad sound ol litter. It evidently contained
trnr: be the Key litter agreeable lo Section 5.
puld m longer da Agricultural .
l'he 1 Bahamas en ough. Take it all in all, it was really a curious Society.
""* unerccoftbMcxicrnGulf. Tbisst.btlltl'C affair: There was a chimney at one end of the house, 2. Its efforts shall be confne& to the adv'c. NAMES OF MEMBERS.

\', of sotiuch! inportancc that we while the other end was directed tojihe: } care of a commission ment of Agriculture, encouragement of Thos. Randall, Achille JMurat, Farquhar Ma

jett IS a atler !T Cong-ess will not be alVUCl I- merchant in Apalachieol And yet, it was domestic household manufactures and implements i crae, 11. C. Parish, John Parkhill, O. H Gadsden)

a nut I cr session i not a thing to be shipped. of husbandry: ; and to the ol the H.V.. Braden, Edmond B. Vass, Jas. McMullin, .

I, to T 1 away Hhoul, is being taken into I After breakfasting, paying a very moderrte bill, breed of domestic animals. improvement Leigh Reid, Augustus Alston, John Miller, Jos. t

'1Ivc1 well alliat of! erecting suincicntJ and ordering my Wacaniaw filley to be brought out, S. All J. H. .
as respectable citizens Florida, and those Croskey, T. Larimer, Tho. Brown, Henry

C\ ns1eratLfl\ } at Key '\s. I traversed to me the(hough piazza at some home few I time?, when attention it occurred -I owning landed estate therein, shall b eligible as Gee, J. S. Ta.vlo J. A. Bertiielot, K. S. Miller, I ft
pano ta
irflCahit 0u1d\J l1so CIi ire! wjcllicr the accurate the e things) that there was as much elegance and : members. Distinguished) persons residing out of Robert Gamble, O. H. Tliroop, F. Eppes, S. H. ,

\\c 4 ix oriMil fears since, of the I grace to be displayed in leaving, as in entering a'' Territ'y. may h elected as honorary members. I Duval, A. F. Duval, R. Hay ward. P. Kerr, R.

fur r\'S, "Je r Wert lUblished.n .- \ house< and that to a man in love, politeness, ought to : 4. There shall b one President for the Society -; Lyon, Thos. Hayward, H.'B. Croom, R. J.Hackley .

: .J"a tl)"""" 3mrc4' ever be( practiced on alt occasions. So when the ostler -one Corresponding St'cretaty-nne Recording: Ben Chaires, C. H. DuPont, JosephMcBride

!1uch3\u.ab'e forijtion!) vas ob'.uincil on tbc j j stood before me, with the bridle in one hand and the Secretary-one l'reasurer-one Vice-President, J. B. Mays, John McGehee, Appleton !

and' if jerally. disseminated among stirrup in the other-- aimed to come a figure of gentility and two Directors for each County co operating Rosseler, James Bell, Joseph Law.

OCCaSuljj', LL I landlords arc not accustomed to, and with in the Association-all of'whom shall be elected
,\'ouIJ Jil'l1HI ;( (hanger, by inakitig
wn 3lc1rS % ; >:ls'd.tM'n .a graceful flexibility motion" took hold to tip a by ballot, and serve until the end cit the annual Mr. Croskey of N. Y. elected an honorary mem
JIIIIIswht'r'hercr.fma\ 1 good sad fa
1)ioe)1I ) pretty -my eagerness to be her last
) .I... I.. .,\,'\ Inh.n..I.'i.; ", .n ,ar,',,_ too: nice, elevate-ltin- hat so far above my head, that meeting, which shall take; place in December, or meeting.

II .1.,1 that it isossibh' to I build I them I thc letter lell.fortunately' wIth the iuie.v> Uu" ", until their successor be appointed. DIED !
itig hiht I I 'houses, ant1: as unfortunately, was ruined in the homeward 5. The c President and Dlrec'ois chosen I ,

tl'll } .gl ",. In that latitudnear the shore there massage of my foot in making an elegant bow. Nothing from each county, sli.ill be residents of such county Mrs.In TlmiiKta rmiiiijr,P.0.1SP.INSON. on Monday) ,vitb the 23d of Jaaou Nov.

is ,IJctillh' a ]haze or mis.ancing. ovcr the. wa- i so enrages a man as miscarriages, or accidents, and shall there constitute with their Secretary: EL1ZADETI, sq. aged years-leaving a disconsolatemsbandand

rcat elevation consequently I a 'light i in matters of lon I swore-but as oaths arc not to be by themselves appointed : board of cooperation several children to mourn their irrepara- !
no fit
than things for newspapers, they shall be omitted, and with the society, styled the Committee fTJirfrtimt f, ble! loss.
lccj eleran! fifty or sixtyfeet
I at .1 greater preserved only in memory, to be lawfully used on all I'mfJp C'.ntitihi "
obscured lit is not uncommon tofc SUCh justifiable occasions.U Hal1there-been! n.nJ or r -- -- ----- i I
becomes ; a office in a post 6. All the officers of the Society shall practical Florida Agricultural S'>ciety will
town convene
my sufferings would have been b THE:
the deck when it spared,
) able! to discover land m said, I, in a plain way, for all my studied airs had farmers, except the Secretaries, vht may b Tallahassee Wedn-ad.iy next, at the I ,

cannot: be seen from mnsi-ad. The great obb l dissipated by the accident. The Innkeeper, (I elected without regard to their profession or oc Capitol at eleven o'clock. t

tel be obtained is lo pc the lights on all the know he is a'gooil man) perceiving the "pickle" J .cupation.: EDWARD CHANDLER, i !

jeet reefs so that vessel will not loose was in, observed very good naturedly, I would he in 7. There shaI be two regular meetings of the Dcr. 5. 17-1\v Rccor,Hn!Secretary. ..
prominent time, if my letter was on important busmen in : i !
to Society
year, one on .
be We. The
Iwitof anoihsball secondVelnt
one before VIM another, a! the mail would not be in until .
evening in .
day May for the
general after date, we shall apply to the Uonorable J.,
coulllthcn be nI'i.Il'll11.nigllt): as well as remarking at the same time, there was a tavern I
rmt, where the ness-tbe oilier on the second Wednesday in DP K the County Court of Leon county, for '.

t\-J\\. Much would paired >n ii"'<-', money (feeling perhaps post office a was kept,insist where I could stop cember, which shall be called the "Annual Meeting Letters of Administration on the estate of John C. l:
delicacy to
ami; iii; lives ; and we In that General Jackson i ing with him) until I felt disposed to on pursue my my remain jour- i ;" at which time, the "Agricultural Exhibiirm Dcmilly, late of said county, deceased.J. ,1.

villliave the honor to ccute measure which iI nero With a plain good morning, sir," I took thc and Cattle Show" shall take place, and on lhefollowing L. DEMILLY, : j
I 183.1. 17-G\v .
I bridle] from the ostler f day an exhibition of such DomesticManufactures : DC 5. L C. DEMILLY. '
loured his leaving a shilling in his hand, ;
upon -
,ill|| blessing)
\ cause l led oft'a few paces and mounted in the old W:1)II '.- as may be brought forward. D AWN mmthcis of thc Grand Consolidated I

for) ages to come, !by jw ln> ball be induced by The Stng. Hotel sir," said he, about half mile 8. It shall be the duty of the meeting in May, Lottery, Extra Class 8: !

liubinessori '.easure to sa round the Florida capes. off slow, you'll walk sec the the"sign with that a fish on top of it." A annually, to specify the articles on which Premiums 50, 70, 68,22,51,3, 20,3G, GO, 60, 9.Virginia .
was gait took me from the Travel
l ler the shal he awarded, and the amount and dma --
to Stage lintel. first .
My object of
TWO the premiums to be No premium ,
after having Wacamaw given. Dismal I
c :1"II\ two day. her: for it was about 2 post "That house attended to, was the shall be awarded! unless the subject exhibited Swamp Lottery, !
overtime road there
ofce you
oVliickm ilic'afieraiwnvn, I readied this pleasant- shall be of sufficient CLASS NO. 24-DHAWN NOVEMBER 28. I .
got wrote over the door." Yes sir a excellence as in the opinion .
Jr .i'iiatrJ' rjI"l'-Jnd": I intcin1 to be otI ; : CAPITAL ,
and of the majority of decide : j .
my steps directed accordingly. On enter persons appointed
: t.lie. for t
I caption want
rarlyto-iiDninriaoinin: Lt'ucrt1l1'. iwt-t? pciired to stand, tbo' a few i ing there were a couple of gentlemen at play, who shill he entitled to a prize. $30,000, 8,000, 3,000, 2,000, and 1 ".,

l)0tr bc 11a.1 the time to two rather halted and looked round, as though they sup- 9. The regular of the Society shall I,
) wnn iiig to answer I meeting 100 of 1000. to
posd might wish to take a I Don't let
chance. mc for the present, be City of Tallahassee I-

vomp'ete I Mar it days.was &'!-nut 2 PI. when I alight'd;! at the disturb the you, gentlemen, for although I have often in the county of Leon,-and may hereafter beheld Whole Tickets $ 10, shares in proprtion. Sale lo
seen game played! I don-U understand il-learn- close Monday 7th, at 4 o'clock, vPer. ,
Inn, aiid af.er iclre-hir/ my joints by.. rest, and ing the post office wa here, I stepped in.- ) in the respective Counties associated succes.sivcly L 5. WM. 'VILSO / '

othermcansol r.'Cinvrji fiotn exhausta'ion, to beuluarsJ Have a lelt'r to mail !" mrrcly I No sir as may be determined, on by the Directors. "i'
you but
not yet,
: '
: TON \ :
lIIu,11 Tlie, I'eller'Hutel, 1 propos- will send bv the Northern mail to night,-what time 10. A quorum of the Society shall consist ol LAND FOR SALE. ; .J.

fd to iny eU. ((1ir'( trav-cd i ; alone) to >i IJ"IJ. or, as I I i is the mail madeun1.} Nine o'clock.. "0 well," not less than ten members, including the Presidentor Saturday the 12th instant, I shal sell to the
11O\\.tl':1rnm:1D.: in :lIdj"inill room, ( he
presume said I, (I time enough to write ;i" and a Vice-President. highest bidder the tract of upon whichWm. '
inibt Ije the ]I
lairyer) cTc :ing same thing, '
would say '' 'rainhuhc, A litilc at leisure. looking first into my hat, and pt-rroiving my letter 11. At all meetings, the President shall preside : McCarty formerly resided, 3 miles South West

Well, mrperam'nil.-ioiis; were dim-ted my Uuvardsai'e had lot suffered so severely as hail been apprehended in his absence, a Vice-Presideni, in the absence of of tins city, and known as the Ei J N. WJ,Sec. t 4, T. l : t t'

.! ; I ttni* liuilJiu) .vhieh had etvael l my at- and then ill i.piece of chalk he players applied to all the Vrice-Presidents: the oldest Director shall II. I. \V-\V| N. El, cc 14, T. 1. R. I,-S.ind I : .
aLe Monally, thought the daina \V. R. J. HACKLEY. .
jetHioa a*1 'nlere.hll't-uvn. A man: in a si i'aiIgC *: might be repaired perfii the duties of the chair. The PresIdentsh:1 : ,'
the trouble of having to write sheet November 28. JGlsPLANTATIONS (.
flace.!, fen.i ly Ifllcwi-hcs to make an impression,, a new decide all I .'.
find s.) I biokc off a small! piece of chalk and retired. upon rules oi order, and to him J
iittcn the
inisxeN intuit manv"'liii'r i < tor fear; of be- The he addressed all motions he shall declare :
'"i ; experiment succeeded beyond nil hope. There sh:1 FOR SALK,
1.15 found out lii-iucK.! Nn'j \\:1 SillY case : t ne \ "
fir); ap;>ea-an-e ol-IK' ncv I'tlifn'C convinced me i-. wax chair no Inrthir and smoke irmn/n. ....a.1..1. u_a.."t..n h..1 jn and votes of the Society or Board, and ON A LONG CREDIT.Y' 1 ; '.

mast! be a public \vrk.. 5m what! ('olltll! be ? TofD.pireotmy my a scgar. In the afternoon m the event of an equal division" henimll have the rTE I

LinJlord! or Landl'' ly, ((for womenirea I navigable walked down to the river Apalachicola, a fine casting \'lte. He shal deliver an address to the lying subscriber within tno offers.miles for of sale 640 acresofLAlD, -t.

> as moOn) wla't.l. -NIOW! an isnornnre byiiomcuistolte the Uniied: stream States,,saw but a splendid wharfbelongjn for the benefit to of Society nt the : meeting in Decemhr, or of which i is cleared and under Jlontcelo a gcod fence, a good: j

cxp-ft'' ('f t a cnilenian who had two private ware apparently saw lsoa appoint! some member to perform ofce. Gin-House, Gin, Packing Screw, Dwelling House :
steamboat for
s'oppcdforthe'! tlvi I if ooil 'feather, at 2 o'clock in the ; ]2. The President with a majority Vice Stables and I will
ih first time in my life, and must sathe Captain ; Negro-Houses. also sell lOC)(O !
.-cTilius:'a.'icrnojn. .1'Jcrclr.', M) -ner than e. Jose my- (Leland, I think was his name) seemed to be a very Presdents, sh:1 have power to call special meetings bushels Corn, 10,000 Ibs. Fodder, two Mules it three

uun'-cessaiih I determined( t h' work my clever, gf-ntleminly! man. of the Society : but such Horses, Plantation Tools, &c.ALSO .
meetings ;
pt rather than. Parting with a real sentimental letter, always announced by the Recording Secretary '
obtain appeared -
it at il On
a once, so Mr a price.
le3V1flthetaern: I three to me, like bidding farewell to an old friend ; public Gazette, at least fourteen days previous I to 15"20 acres of LAND lying on Mickasooky Lake,
i v, dirrcilyin course( ,
my mine was therefore kept back last 420 of which is Cleared, & Corn, Fodder, Oats Mules! i
JfLrJl little boys and tithe moment. the time at which it is to l he held. ,
at t
pv. to jny great joy they After and Horses. The of the 1
dId arrival of two 9 o'clock most above Tracts of
n t discover me titil I was wii'lnn ten of 13. Thc President, Vice Presidents, and Corresponding Lndare
:wra, when pac.s I I made my way to the office, and found the I Billiard first rate Hammock, and the cleared Land :
one of aem called: out "come along, Room" shut could Secretary, shall ex officio h members produce from 1000 Ibs. to 1800 Ibs. Cotton j
see a light the acre.
Henry up ; through crack per '
Well, sd the, largest of tin- boys, "I let of the Board of Directors who have
but no voice from within answered : Dcc.5. 1835. 17tfVILLIS ALSTON.
H'1 of an open, or ful ; .
my pinafore, Jlm. But before he was re- hull ; ; I ; p.
NJ Irum the litilcfellow's! hold on the pinafore, I I even recognition oi my' KnorKin*. 10 wait tn-re Io\\'er tn--- u.n. "nnl1 ovhil"n"f -tn. ....t.n.'d"U P. Srwill n'so sell 20 Negroes, 18 of which are i.'f
) promised no good! and under carry into effect all : there od !
j w ajijijoaclied; ;I :1 tlC horrors of arrangements necessary en'tive hands. ( 1
llhtS'oppClt-anlt) ( ( having naturally ;
lace that: woiilj uu\i rooj natuted: boy feel :I I anotl.er impending failure, I returning to the for,-to award such premiums as shall) have been 'j
"\vUie\ 1 s'niled: I a Uo'.ccd! me. How II.IU I
ye of the Bt
du.k:1rr, : ,">aid 1. .' V cU, sir. I thank \'IHI." "Did Irom Trnlch' Hotel I tnruld out to proelt arising Therefrom, and to determine all maiers

.'''tt err %;c me ,befonV was mv. sccon'il question. I t I a group ) in thc connected therewith. The President shall sign
1 1"IIJI. )iV-1 11 Lave, sir." U WU-re, Henrvl" Either { may to their have sweethearts been expecting to receiv, or send billets: such orders on the Treasurer they or a majorityof I Secietanj GO.erltOI' of Florida. .I i
ffll-nxioa i : Hoping the latter their
II" Dcrerill. (r in Bristol. sir, 1 ihink." The condition, and that my chance to forward would be them slml have urawn in the performance oftheir I W HEREAS, an Election was held on Monday I l
:7VmI"llai'ac'4! a deadly silence \ hil I I .1 I ; <:
Ill:: WW'UM put 'I as oQd as theirs, provided I could find the hole the I, the twelfth day October, eighteen hundred

5I Cc.-r0il"j! 1 1'crefr.m' : 'lI'H.c all the family been letters were put in at, my course was altered, and the i 14. With the Directors, 1:1 rest the care of and thirty-five, fur Members to represent the severalCounties ( )

,,..1 let, ?, into thesecret Eiand that caused 1' His open anxiety anWer -, darkness of the night favored my design i : I was soon I all. the Society's Property, except their funds and I of this Territory in the Utxt LegisltiveCOlncil

'rmedme my I in the midst of the.n. *' This waysaid one of them, papers. It shall be their duty to examine all :
mV! lis father had -
: ; : been sick nnd had. iCcountsto
( ) AND WHEREAS At said Ejection
\ liule M'orkon! the I j round here to the back door. Silence seemed to inspect all communications before! ., the lolloxving individuals -
I: lrlcJ .1rcllal-while his drcs< j rule all that theyare received the highest number in the i : I !
i i (outside following
about the
I" ) region back door- -
? J" first read at the of the
Fanny,; cxamp'e: I had ever seen ot what : I meetings Socely-to collect Counties, to wil : (
yet recognised, or am eatlv mistaken the
g same
} lier second and communicate
edition \
alleln e,1II of Irs. Tiol- ) improvements
k }llIJa) !'I'C. hand voice within, that was heard the night before, saying in touching In the County of A lachua-Samuel V. Walker.Do. !
run into and
lke: reward' my my "As Brutus was the last of thc Romans, so was husbandry implements employed do. Columbia- Rigdon Brown. I
little schoolmaster has I
o'ltII mr but (as in its .
n operation.
the Case fotmj Philopoemen the last of the Greeks. There seemedto Do. do. Duval-John Warren.
ras an 3ren ) n') cliane-'I Knowing it be half dozen voices inside I Phil 15. The Treasurer shall collect monies due Jacks
1' :)' CUU'J' nov approach it! vit'ioutany' calling out a1 Do. do. Ls-.mi : .- $ jn Morton,
.i e.c? lnit"'ng myself. Itisasplen.:> I structure yaw Philo, Philopoemen-probably all meant the the Society-pay orders drawn due form- J l I hos. M. Blount.

'!'tiVnc''jW> >irjlcoftlc| main building: already 1 1 com-, same-where is this to go I Which pile is Columbus keep the accounts regularly stated in the books of Do. do. Franklin-Abraham K. Allison.
-nfii will Where is San Pedro "Pcnsacola "-oras the and when Dank I L. Kenan :
test t when fill1shc'd give the place! an in- 1 I Society, required, shall produce Do. do. Gadsdcn- ,
it j
:1for IJ\! It fnua! ncvcr otherwise posscs.Tbe .- j jadpictur !I was pronounced Pen- nek"o.Ja- goes over here, them at any staled or special meeting: lie shall lsmm| Johnson.

r-Cf'ner't. as .:ervt>from! thc tower, is beautiful ; West: there's Tallahassee. Q.uincy, St. Marks, and keep a correct list of the member? of the Society, Do. do. IIamiltonihhiarn l1. Hunter.Do. -
all in the ,
n'le A i \10uticelo. go Tallahassee pile. Boys d). .
rapid 1 1anc' far the and lisboroughamuel1JiJes.
Qn''rerc as as eye I IIIO a statement: of the funds. !
on thebOarderoftic) j I IIIln..lI any you make out what this is 7 damn their exhibitannu31y Do. do. Jtfcron-Evcrt.
.ai a homon, could not I souls don't know how J I shal duly of the Recording! Secretary -
lIe! poe-ic and delight the they to write 1" t Why, you b ( 5 George S. Hawkins,
tt10: Jcl
UJi ? llt.gciij ", the rumlJ1t1c.1 j damned fool, yon," said another, "you don't know to preserve the books and pacr of the So- Do. do. son- ( B. J. Crown.I .
Oted ( ,VnCaualayjnllie' Jiei ht appearance fll preI I! how to rend wrilin thai's ill"! I want a paper." cicty, and to attend all its meetings, and to cause Samuel H. Duval,
AA1in trees being
W-M.K the nC'c 0wasthatofa) green wheat lieM |: said! another Take any of them.over ihcre there's such tcommunicalions to be published as the Directors I Arthur Macon,

TLea'meh! J decll\.Ilc: and gently swelling hills.I j a hell ofa'lot of 'em, any how 1' .Whll't. to be may direct, and in like manner when notified Do. do. Leon-{ James A. Benhelot,

!etj. m Pk i ere was j in a favorable' state! and I could 'done. wih' ibis-the direction is rubbed out "-'' to_attend upon the_Board.of Directors. I l Gcorsc E. Dennis.Do. .
tllllllIi -i e from HN or three of the ncighboiing I ever there, any where out of the way! 17. I,hal be the duty ot thc Corresponding do, Madison-Archibald McJNeill. :
t" Supposed) It was real,amusing: my fancy likened it to an exhibition Do. do. Nassau-Joseph
PUle for rising UP in the immense Secretary to communicate with other and foreign Higginbthar.D
lIke Ventriloquism and I was resolved to hear
'IDled, whch! imagination, pic- societies-to lay before the regular meetings all do.St.. John's- ( Joseph ,
the ,
Wasront' ruder I play out; and would, only that a thundering little o. J John M. Hanson.
days to ascend from the
:"amc fellow Correspondence Essays Sec.-be from timeto
'In" (tth!C ori'5'ual' [PO'ssors. After satisfy- I on tiie outside, commenced rapping the back may Do. do. Mosquitoe-Charles Downing.
my fNm door, and singing out-" Here's a letter to for time receive-to revise all communications before abcr.Do. .
rooIOt1y tllis giddy' heiht 1 returned mai Do. do. Washington-Washington'I

lhat I Wu pated ?l thc Betting: out m'll; so much so, the event of his being a known voice, it was thought -to accept on behalf of the Society, all donations duo J'Vlonroe-Iticlla rd Fitzpatrick:

theucee5s called fur pee ank and paper, to write home prudent to get up close as possible, and in my en- of books for the acquirement of a Library, As appears by the returns of said election legally

COll '. Pltasmres. &c. & ofm) )ol1rner. Has'Vritten full deavors, or hurry of the moment be in time, I fell and b allowed to draw upon the Treasurer to made to me : Now, TIIEREFARE, In pursuance of

lUlka1 !h [ postscript and all, and neatly I Pardon length over what"was supposed to b a man.- defray postage fit other such incidental expenses. law, I do hereby proclaim the aforesaid individualsduly
\ pardon sir said I c I"
I -- again, as I
felj t
it "tito a mnvsehta pretty buxom blllel, (for backwards 18. The "Committee of Direction" for Counties elected Members of said Council
Widow course was and the
abean ) It only remanej! for my ; on getting up GIVEN under in the
Darrow me au impress second time, stood still without word- shall hold their meetings at their respective my ,
speaking a
the of Tallahassee this
seal, and City the 4th day of
'I iYtOlhePostOtriee. Whal! ( enquire writers my apprehensive of being abused for what I had unavoidably County Town, (or at such other place as they December, A D. 1835.

tceha.d gentIe Widows,!) was ye gentle to learn the done. My fears, however, were speedily may determine, giving reasonable! notice thereof) 17tf GEORGE K. WALKER.
n surprise dispelled by kind laugh less than twice in each
In rha.d moved out of town, and that the I 'oiceafer a hearty not year, and upon such

lIlboJlhl.dtltoa teu,nbou; (not turned to postS a saying, Nobody hurt,"nobdy only the mai days as sballot interfere with the regular or spial Cheap Cash Store.
) bags you'r Jailing over. letter in
''sei } : uphis J abode in some office your the Society : And !be
) hM. ( of ngs i hal
on- -'--L the e mails out here Olw diah.. mv son." said one of subscriber otters for sale low, for CASH only,
ot une 01 those vcsel. vessel ot I these committees to THE
58 stearuboat) leds- My : my company. No, no," said a third." that's going duty Keep regular minutes variety of new Fashionable and Staple
porch eolml. 'eland' suddenly leaned that I stepped: into I West." The pleasure of waiting in the dark, hearing of their plcedinW and to report the same witha I Goods. His stock of Goods having been purchased I

*Pare* deiJL1 refltctinS againstone 01 the the talk inside, the unpleasant state of my report Crops and prosperity, at I. on the most advantageous terms ; he is confident
hel.the on the fashions of the town, little company and ane, vas suddenly termina'cd .by.. each annual meeting of the Society-to invite the he can make it the interest of planters and tht., :
** rdofoUPracyoflhcI fuft.l8eiobe Practiced peoples to allow sacl! an the louder knockiugofa harder hand, accompaniedwith emulation of their respective Counties, and pro f,j give biO a call. He would particularly call the at. -
beUlg on travellers, as the stentorian I tendon of the Ladies of Ttllaliassee
mandate '
to expose a letter Open the dow.II mulgate therein the objects and proceedings of' ana "icnity. to
oIC41)) to (and of such
the a Who's that 1" said the
"as publie or bear it off a voice within, that you Wha. 1 the Association. great variety elegant and artces,
to bc
rJcness a da.rk case..u.od I stool ponderin next office. ley, or Wbale.oil" Yes, I'm the little whale, and 19. The Vice President of each county shall which he offers for sale, as well e the planters,

is head had Coveretj i the whole (dee of the on earth it un- if you letter and mail it, quick, I'll preside over the board of the Committee of Direction would do well to embrace this opportunity of supply- I j
7' Was raised to hbl'rate spout y'r dara'd little office up into tho air.- ing themselves with Negro Clothing and Staple Goods, is !
a sigh which pt the and) forms of
the agreeable to regulations
bilJetdoux had I Ia.tenfmy Do you want to 3" Yes, quick." No at extremely low rates. C. C. WILLIAME.
t, I heard at a short distance disengaged i from my sooner sid than done: The door opened, and a short this Constitution and shall at nil times h the or- December 5th, 1835. 17t(

4etUod: pel atnbu1al in 0'1) discourse tw\\ men seemmK.lIa I stout, hold looking fellow darkened the light. Now iran of communication and correspondence on N. B. I wish it to be distinctly understood, that I

1 one of them to say_" Dr., 8 distinctly un- : or never" is my time-my only chance, thought I. maters thereto appertaining. will not sell Goods on a credit of 12 months. C. C. W.
Ietory, Observed ( He>that Chapman! his and made a ruth-but the door closed so exactly af- 20. Every member of this Society shall be .
for the sake of'a would desert his pro- ler him that I was just in time and had :; !
r* more lucrative room enoughto bund by this Constitution to its faithful observ Lands For Sale or Rent.
employment '
rJ.thty ,
were out of slip in my hand after him with-oh !-my billet- and shall to the Treasurer five dollars !
aaa hearing-'Io be Wow- pay
aup Itearnbo3t ', doux and of dollar ne HE offers foiSale or Rent, his T.-ict
a a it be subacribr
quarter to
laid' I requesting T
| hoping it for the support and continuance of the
the Post ,
ISlet they 'ere speaking WM marked paid, and to be mailed without fail-asking annually of adjoining the lands of Dr. Bradford

ne oCtbose of. at the same time (or a newspaper, if they had any Society and its objects. Any one refusing suoh and C. Cole containing 120 acres-nearly one hundred

wraiT, and a men -" wou' Put upwith a spare ones Spare Globes a plenty and Telegraph, annual subscription, shall, at the next annual meeting acres cleared and ready for cultivation, and pro- 1

J/00the/ go.-sip great inconvenience, rather than -Oct. 17th-too, to match 'em-here1.one of each." therfter. if then i in" arrears, have his name duces as well as any land iathe Territory !

''Z* r U1 vtn witty tongues official of a country village, by I i: feel too much fatigued Mr. Editor, to trouble you expunged, before( the Society, from its enN1Imel.. ALSO,
Ike**" PllttlQ: my >letter under abase, so Went quer.! to read, or myself to write out a commentary on .this 31. Il shall: be incumbent on the Another Tract adjoining Thomas A, Bradford, of \

[Sew.ru 'oftrue love, and had a my fine Dead aczordipg true text of the post office department at ths place. .. rectors determine upon some appropriate badge eighty acres, which lie will selJ low-I? or 15 acres :!
y nighi's cleat ed of first Land
t .ut. These will account rate anda
perhaps, am told JmproveraenlSj
tV fqt ii.X5"1/Jnihe morning I looked fact for the members of this Society, to be by them
out the mail well excellent water.
U here about
$ \ ,, your city twenty :
Ormy the exhibition.
room; and opne conspicuously worn on days ot '
J IOWtred from the my vision times a .Tract-for ) in receiving, your Those wfob ing to purchase or rent, viil.maka communication -
II $ 11'1 the next heavens, I saw over nn papers [iQ jwbaqgef and, what ix of vital importanceto : 32. Upon tin adoption of this Constitution, the t me ia writing living Q* Enfitld, Halifax -

tuapJeion U'Q.ys haunts wall ih."Letrr Box,"" &c. an edior, may c tin your $,"riptoJ fin,. be. Sdciety shall proceed forthwith 't to'an election ofall : county,N. C. RIOfl'Dlt CR0 WF.LL. {
gailty mind I be- tbe until the annual Dec. 5th 1835.
y yond e.p liOQ, IDI to the prcjudice .gf your requisite officers t serve 17.4vr

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I DRAPER AND TAILOR, DRAPER & TAILER, THE subscriber;, (next has door received South of and Mr.will Manor's.open i imm store). I iThrooj,HI EI!grC. '. or Bank'N ,,. I

.,. TJLL.JHJSSEE, FLA: I I It lR Jl an assortment of BOOKS and STATIONARY, and wouldbe I t ;a Portraua. ,: oBils n1 ;ine

: (Next door Xorlh of F.Tovslt,Jeweler, in Monroe tl.) FLOR1AA J glad to supply Vis friends and the community in I Plates. and .1 I i Ind.Sfla and 'Si.&
t : would repcctfully inform his friends and the general, with any'artieles in.his line on'the most reasonable I edited in a superior m L "

I : HE public, that he has just returned from thc North lII OULD respectfully inform his friends.and for- terms. Although his,assortment is not yet aL M rwlMMarchll I fkorc lner.. Spit1cns I V

r .. 4 wiui a new and splendid assortment of GOODS in I 5 1 I mer customers, that he has just returned from very genernlhc'ex erts to make it.so. by shipments already I Ttlahusee th I ISi. Jer r:7I:
, :> f Lis line. Feeling grateful for the liberal share of patronage Jfeio York, with a new and splendid assortment of made, and others to be made by the first vessels Sign and I
'. heretofore extended to him, he hopes by strict Merchant 2 Tailor I GOODS, which he is now opening at the old and well from the North. bt 00 icntipainting e '

t attention, to merit a continuance of the same. I known stand of R. B. & J. B. BULL, (recently occu- He has also the Christian Almanack,published expressly -.-'- CQt
ct mFlLLAHASSEE I! piril l by the late H. A. Pierson,)) nnd to which he invites for Florida for the Meredian NtH
, f ..llar c and general assortment of ?>|B@<&eo
I th.- u ho wish cheap for C sh0 rclalionto ''rE Rre now .
!e 10 (purchase Tallahassee, and local mailer in ricciving, nd "in
r.onrislingoflltcJ.Jlotoi"g! :J | _W' fl.ORlDA.DIRECTIONS containing I
\ 1 i & *> @S?# 4 call untj cx.imme his assortment, which consists In the Territory, which he offers for sale either by thegross 1 the 15th inc. it APU CH1 haT OLA'

'. t. ;: Blue, black, mixed, green, bottlo do, invisible and part, of the following, viz.- dozen, or single copy. stock GOOES, to wlh we ,r1
110 I. drake neck do. London and Golden' Brown, Plumb, Blue, Black, Brown, Olive. Grern Dahlia. 1\Iulbf,_ Dec. 13, 183t. ISif JAS. S. LINN. tlOU 0 r our -ormcr tie ids, id invit

, 't Adalade, mulberry, concealed violet! and victonnepurple. I ry. and Mixed IDISCSX&IDCBI&CQSKElSi Blnc I Prompt attention wI| ,c ffivi to dUlcr orde gene'n

r f. Drab and brown Petersham, for over coats. luck, Mixed, 4- Drab flJlll..lI ZfR 11J.Do. COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE. to \ HAIUSON r

CASSIMERS. Black Lavender and Sieei-mued t/L'A'SAijy'/ d : subscriber having taken into partnership November 1st, 1315.: 13.3nl HANn

;. .. Corded, diagnal, buckskin, checked and printed of a'new and superb Article, never before offered in hl I THE brother, Thomas E. I indeibergcr, the business N.U .
Market. J'ESTIXGS of every description. consist"ing will hereafter be conducted under the firm ot G.
I : tue richest colors. I :X months afterdj
GOAT'S HAIR CAMBLETS of various colors, of Black and Blue Cloth superior Bkck Silk Velvet I H. & T. mi:. LLXDENBERGER. : kj the Hon. the te apicaiion ni

l for Cloaks! and Wrappcrs.i Fancy Figured do", splendid patterns, Quilted I Wishing to close his old business, he requests all Jackson County for Jia'ge t the County C0114t4_ 11 ?
r Uiterof
: VESTINGS. Silk, do., Merino, Valencia, Ch911ice, Marseilles Silk, those indebted( to him to make immediate payment. Estate of Andrew Di.miSIOI1 c
I a new style of Englisl: Fancy Silk, do. Geo. II. LIl'D NBBRGER. G Mavs;cd. "

,, > "I Splendid English figured silk, figured silk Velvet, FOR MEASURMENT ALSO, A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF Tallahassee, 7th Nov. 1 1335. 13-tf ,tl. HOLMES,
intended for Aiiiist 22 Aa
' ChaJes, _
. loili Velvet, figured and painted The Height 5 2.6m ,r
f iMrtics! Ph\lnnnd figured Marsaillcs, Brocade Q.uill- I 1. Rour1 tin i '. t under coal. n E A D Y- lADE CLOTHING.Among : (;. H. & T K. LIN lJ BERG EK arc S'JTle.' _

I 4 .. !.. ,I I !n','S, figured Wcltings, -r-.'c. BuffCasnmercs.blocki-and II 2. Do. \Vi'-t.! which are the following Articles, \'iz.- receiving per ctr.! Chase, from B.dliT.ore, and daily AT the next Janiiy'Fc or
I ,i Hell expressly for parties! checked, striped plain 3. From k-. i.n to elbow anil Miurhic jo 111I expecting hy other vessels I a general assortment .,f court, the lntler" K Gadsen Cn.
.1 jnerinoCasemeTcs, different colours, stocks 4f It very 4. Round the thi -i.C. Blue, Black, Brown, Olive Green, Dahlia, Violet, GOODS) cDiiSiSwinir i>I fGrocfrir-s, ray Goods, Shoes, \\ il and 'l'c-sOinic-ui I f J n : Thorn
4 -kMKintion: Linen and cotton shins, bosoms and colJan. l. Round thr knee Mulberry, Green and Mixed Dress Sf Frock Coats- fr'kcry War<$ Han'warc' ,Farming UtensiN, 4'c- 'V prcsiiit his nrcoint : ni, 'oudcrs for ,, d"
Elastic Suspenders, linen and buckskin Steel mixed Our Coals, German Camblet Box Cuats, N.c. All nf vli4i offer with said -', l
Gum site
; 5. From the hiit-joint to the ancle. they for low lei Cash or estate, and fry dis-har} '
i Gloves, merino and silk Hoes, half do. l lambs wool l do. the above lined with merino and silk, quilted throughout, n new country produce's B. ell the r

i.laid. and-nlain silk Cravats, fancy Handkerchiefs oft distance Ry: may be scale enabled of ncasuremeni.to forward their;enilemcn measures at a, and superb article. Superior Blue and Black Cloth Nov. itt,. ]8:11: 13-tf Cf). J nne S 44.'ffi IIEACnA" FG"dsen ,\
Nclt Drawers and shuts, flannel Cloaks for Gentlemen. Black, Brown and Olive -
.and-\-ry description flannel: ,do .which will ever meet with promptllcntion. Green do, for Ladies'. Blue, Black, and Drab Cloth Blanchard &Ru.'ir' ) _
cotton *
t' would respectfully inform his customers and Cassimere Pants. Black Mixed I.nv< nJor .n.J the next Jan y Perm of the
READY MADf CLOTHING.Dress and the Public generally, that he is coniinuinjj Corded Bucksm do., Blue. Black, and secl mixed Sat- Oglcsby. ) NOTICE hcrbey givento AT Gad den Coy, the COlnty
j f nnd frock: coats, Pantaloons, figured and the Tailoring Business in all its branches, as tinctt do do Round Jackets. VESTS of nil descriptions all persons interested tln suit has been trator of the :estate oM n.md. iindersi-med dce'Pt
i. I I t j,: iiUin silk vchct, >clcntia, cloth silk, satin, ami plain succe-.sor to the late firm of H. A. Piorson & .Co., at Blue and Black Cloth: Black Silk and Fancy commenced by attachment on following property, present his Accounts rtVouchrrs Gilclirwt for ,

i .and figured ma.saill.. s vests. Goats hair Camblet his old and well known Stand, on Jefferson street, Velvets of nil Patterns Figures, Quilted Silk, Black levied on as belonging to Klihu Ogiesby, viz ; 1 Cart, said estate, and be sruleme't'_"'*

'I -Cloaks and Wrappers,Indian Rubber ocr coats, opposite the Store of Mr. Dorsey, where he is receiving Satin, English Silk striped do, Buff, Challice, Valen' 1 yoke of Oxen, j! llor., Saddle and Bridle, 2 Cows pray \ ,disdl\et11. therefrom 551C
Fn.ck coats Wrappers and Lcggms. : n fresh supply of and Calves and ; of Land, in 2 JAlq GILClIRlSIAdmr_
I of cia, Merino, and all the most approved patterns that township Gnrlsdcn county. Jij' 1 iih, 1835.
} His cloths were imported fiom the Western part 1C North and East, bcintrthe West half 45CmDYSPlil'&lA
e W li7 T 1li QQ> are to be found among the latest importation"; Also, range quarter Alj
\ England, and he will warrant them to be qual to any Consisting: of a splendid assortment of Fashionable a large assortment cf Fine Linen Shirts, White: Red ,section seveu. Wrr. M. HUNTER, l 1 IVER.C iprAIN

broM ht to this market, h will also warrant them the.univallof to Superfine CLOTH, CAf5IMERS, and YES i INGS, Flanel de do. Drawers, Stocks, Gloves, Silk .Handkerchiefs Sept. 12, 1835- l3-13w_for Plaintiff.NOTICE. ilicizr, who for n Jez.or of P4 1 1C
on has
.be fresh, as they were purchased immediately of great variety colours and sivle, tofjethe'' witha ,Black Silk Cravats,Gum Elastic Suspenders attention to the sever 8 rs, de-otec h], 1CrS
andc onsiquenllynot trcalmu f U1
.' i i injured the I hlinS prckctfrom ell A"Liverpool'"*. lIe !has, Ifl his emplov-' complete ssotment of FANCY AR IC LESS Silk, Cotton, and Worsted IIosieryGcntlemen'1sFinc| S IX months after date, as Administrator on thc eases, has succeeded, Itf cmical c 'r01c analyois or! il.ftttaC and '! rS rSil
Stocks of the latest tyle, Cravats, Glove, npeu- BeaverW7.S, :Satin Beaver ilo, Youth's Satin I5ea- Estate of ihesis' in
I shall
the bcst "of workmen -and he will upwork Henry Murray, present my forming cojr ntion from I
incnt hers, Linen Dress Fronts and Collais llo> do Fur Seal Umbrrll.is and article several
: vrr
; I in the best manner and at the shortest notice.- ery Jjij.s, every accounts and vouchers mate tvgefat/cprinripUt, which, has rr
Pun Haudkercliiefs settclut. lr given
I ec 4-0. &c. which is needed lor a Gcnilrti):in'sniuni. name.INkdicmaj Sloma
,! j\\\\\ orders from 1835: thc/countiy 15tfuJWEiT5u punctually attended to. Likewise a general assortment of Fashionable: and J. B.ll. would also notify thai during tnc past Summer St Marks. July IS .49-6m. Adm'r. pi-oveI I far more cl cielh(> c m et Hcpaiiczc remedy; whicli, t
Nov. 21st, any hereto
durable he has been in th abov
CHgaged manufacturing disco+ercd!, in curing \Vie: iHstrcssme
I >YANNEE SPRINGS. flEW Y-.1ISDE CLOTHING. articles, designed particularly: fur this market, which NOTICE.. mind mid body, which maaaT| r

j} Consisting of Over Coats, Cloth and Goats Hair for cheapness and durabIlity, arc not to be surpassed THE UNDERSIGNED having purchased the entire (lertncsu-ccping terms',-ncrally M-EVSIA ctmprenenle and -it
-r'IlE .subscriber rcspet fully announces to the public Camblcl Cloaks, Dress md Frock Coals, (Coatees, by any in this section of country ; and as the work has interest of Mr. Gideon Emory in the Merchan- PI.Ar.S-lt likewise ailmost certain LnERtuJ.

; m_ that he has purciasc! "\ this much celebrated Pantaloons nnd Vests, of almost every style: oloods been mad* up under his own inspection, lie can with tile: establishment conducted under the firm of Bet- Lirgcnient of the SIU EN u,

4 .Mineral Spring, and is making arrangements for the : and fashion Also Linen and Cotton Whirls, some degree of confidence, recommend the same tf: ton & Emory in this place, notifies his friends and Among the (

;laccummodatiou those who luay be disposed to try NeiL Shirts, Drawers, o/c. &c. those who wish lopui chase a first rate article. Hr customers, that he is now receiving a general assortment plains, are flatulency symptoms, souss Dysnepsinr.iLTer,, biirnn,
.its etn'at'). The great reputation which these wa- The Subscriber having on hand a large and well would merely add that his Cloths have been put chased, ol I Goods selected hy himself with care in Bos- 1".h, melancholy, irrilal. | r in the I
icrs have acquired minht render any remarks superfluous laid in stock of Good will guarantee to furnish :Immediately from the Importer, and are from the la- ton, New York and Baltimore, and offers the same mouth; great irrculanl y, dinr cable! taste im, ";

but the writer hazards' the assertion, that there those) who may please lo favor him with their custom test arrivals. at reduced prices at retail, at ihe stand occuniecl. bv. times-:- voracious and .it ot times"rilctit;. ,Iiirhj0
I : ,irc no diseases which may not be relieved hy a pro- iviih Iiny article in his line. on the lowest terms the 1't fiinn. ALSO- thirst greatly Jefineut.
Tallahassee October 12 1535. 12tIitO'AND'S fetid. breath
I nanse stooaS
per use of them, unless\ too late arph d. :1)o tho for cash or prom;,: payment, and humbly solicits, as __ ___..._._____n___ _____..__.._.___._____ Expected daily per brig Harmony," direct from and c eructations, palpitnti :HLkncs drowsiness or the i-re-slS) iat
k LthCuIflatj( the happiest consequences invariably re- he hopes to merit, a generous share of painonag.'. TONIC MIXTURE Liverpool, on con sign men r, of tlic bowels, o the j
.-M'H, and the same may be said of.pesoii: laboring I Tallahassee October 1st, 1833.: 9-tf :30 tons hammered! IRON the head pressure Jizzinr stomach after meals
S stomatic hepatic derangements, to the ast- AND 30 Cra-cs pain in or vertigo ; confab of
under or
"As the subscriber in his
t i keeps constantly cm- mind, attended with the I of
anatic and a higher recommendationcan : JlnliCostive Pills. 180) COTTON $ memory, nnviinllH
: consumptive and first rate werkmen he will pieces BAGGING I
ploy steady guarant I sfmarli when
; -can be given than is warranted by any spot we know to execute all orders at the shortest notice, in the IN consequence! (of the numerous attempts to palm 10'JO sacks: Ii'erpoI1 ground SALT, and eu r'-, dHIItSS, affection of(
: sight hearing
In as much as the Atmos- spurious imitations of Rowalld's'uluabl Medicines l j.am 'I| wcaknt'l in the
,of his side the Atlantic. { which he offers to Merchants !
durable! and fashionrble It. HALSEY.AKRAJJTED at or near td
most style. wholale languor disturbed
::1 .phere is without hal: hardness lind moisture so fatal on the public-he has determined confide the New York prices lccl{ trt fet and 1\ldl tnl

.on the coast, and i is salubrious and warm, without sales exclusively to agents in different parts of the Cotton purchased as usual. uneasiness in the l'', h, pain lie <
I .those sudden transitions olten remarked in a southern ,Iq, country from whom filone the go-mine articles cap be TUREUTTR.BETTON. brat, &c.

r climate; the adjacent country is a pine barren, bud, and to :uard the more eU'ectoatly against the ?mposi'ions Tallahassee, Oct 1, 183if: .. The aliovrmotorto !lea torgoiiKailV.iionmf ikstomnrh .
IIa ,1 ;:.tllrding: no circumstance productive ol Malira, and L : ol unauthorised venders; hi- has instructed ,- hvrr. unl I heart, .e"iHallg III Dropsy CoUs .
the peul;'rs from its earliest date have enjoyed unin- his agents in Boston N ?w 'orK, Phil.d.lphia, and Norici'fSIX sumptitsu, A fH'ple? :} &c.a llin h'tIC' dimalcLa

itm-upted) health. A town has recently been incorporated Baltimore, to make no sales to merchunts alt others of months from date we will present our vnu-h i iigc, sex, and ttI|>erni>ni of llu: (& t I. b

; situated: at the spring, and all the attractions any of the Mc-Jicinei to be carried S-jut/i fur are again. and accounts f r a settlement, and ap- Pr p.ntly J. P. PM'l :I t.M. [D", lcugevit

d of good locality trade, and easy intercourse wit lithe Large quanlilics u pernicious article in imiuuion! of ply to the hon. County C'Ur of Gadsden shal- for II\cltlr sole (proprietor. t

:.1 I East and 'Vest, by means of mail coaches, is otf red' [ the trrnuinc Alixtnrn have been manufactured by Lu Letters Disrrissicn as Administrators the osfcitc y Ttslmmifl-Numeral s.reufic8tcs nujht b a*. 01T

tl :to the re-sorter for pleasure ; the neighboring; forest : cius S. Comstock & Co of Ntn Y">rk, and sent to the of Hezekiah Wilder, laic of said County deed. I UC.t rcati'c to the cxtnordfury cues.
I! ;ibound in game, and no means contributing to the South for sale. The name nfRuicland instead of Row- W.M II. WILDER Adm'r. by medicine-; I l Lhtf"llow ng p ole
: _... ;
t. The subscriber will reside ,: ? :./% i.._:.
:i .chase will be ominitteil. t and, is on tie bottles of the imitation. The &nuine ANN BURNI.F.V.( -' cf :ot the most sJcptiral:
; :at the place, and feels confident that the gentlemen article m\y In had of the following persons. \.11' nr.- M.1J: "n -OI From Dr. Junes Elftl 1t icr ojlht,Ttdwi C.tl"-
whom, he has employed to conduct the boarding: es- tne only Sign*!* in I.ia' .i' '
4 ?lal)'jshtineflt, will render every satisfaction in their .Ei. 'cii %:4: E. B. Perkins, General Ajrent, Tallahassee, XF\.CRIVS3, Del. >)), I31.
cr. Separate cabins comfortably finished and Williim Ki-rr & Co. Thonnsville To whom it may conn m.--H/fs/ is
PU\\ FULL supply of Lan reths'} superior to certify; that] j 1
:.iniimhed, will he in readiness for the reception of A herb and flower seeds just rcccivnj nnd garden, Jnmcs! C. Eccles, Quincy, have WIIIHSSMlt i r ii.i rali :n'f Dr. Peter's Jtt&bt ]

,, families and every arrangement made to meet the 1.8. PEUKJNS."arrenlcdfresliby Kerr Si. Stuifies, .St. \l a rks, 'follc/icr,t Htpaticae in ii luiber of rr ry obstinstt
.demf. Il( for board and lodging to wha-cver number Thomas Alexander, Ilickstown, nyNp.j.iiand! Liver-olll-cl, onsof long;Jtandin
Much 1st 115. 30lf gt.C
His table and bar shall be inferior to I ivin e\rrnlrascsof the ot
:may apply. Darius Williams & Co., Monticcllo, \ e 'Itai'enicntsoftheEplcen.and :
1. norie ill lie south, lint superintcndants well cakula- Golding Folsnm Mickasooky.The t's aficcts{ were truly aj UiiiJiing. I hare no c t
lied to the duties of their offi.'c. FRESH ttllUGS WINES sitali'-n in it the '
discharge label of E. B. Perkins will be on all the bottles dfcluring I'lo-avaluahlc\ 'preparation
J. McLEMORE, M. D. Instruments sold by the above agents. for those distressing ailment tin has ever come wiih-

Nov. 21, 18\: :. 15tfADMINISTRATOR'S Surgical fyc. Tallahassee, July 7th, 1837. 48lf in my knowledge. JJliJk KVVELL,M.D. .

NOT1UK I HAVE just received a full! supply ol fresh -_ 'Vilkf .'nln" (!,/.n. .Ton.. .ItI wo.. I

.A person: irdetbteJ to the estate of the late Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals. Pure PROPOSED VOYAGE RL1TADE and sold wholesale The Iersigned can Leatrsimnny) to the superior

ALL. A. Pierson, or H. A. Pierson and Co., are icS PORT MJDEIK.1 & JiySCJTELLE WINE TO THE MEDITERRANEAN. tail, in Frederick Md. untle1' efficacy of Dr. Peter's Med'cinrcStomaehiceem He- a
make immediate payment, and all those county, by patrar in the cure Dyspepsia a.d Liver
'I'INtcl\\ them in bOttles, imported specially (fir the use of the' A MI.'PYACHI will leave Charleston or SavanIft. concerned in the Patent with Dr. Judkins. Complaints

having claims duly authenticated R. HALSfc.1 will present, A-n! 'r.TalUlusseeNov. sick. Weijrand: & Snowden's superior AMPCTA- .t i nIl' n the first of May next, provided a sufficient The above Ointment 5 i" offered-to to the public as from .personal P's Mrdir.iiifr experience., Sto-mriicae WM.G.Fcpatia JOHNSON.Dr. are put. I f fI,

-dilrp.\'tnent to 14 1115. 14-tf TI.NI, TREPHINING, OBSTETRICAL, EVE, DISSECT- n"inlicr of Passengers olif previously to the ale and certain remedy for those obstinate diseases, in I full directicns 'or using. From up
1 : i>"j, and POCKET INSTRUMENTS, in cases. 20.ii (January next some of which hava so long bridled the skill of medica to rnrcels1'l parcels will be

2 TO WAUUiN MAKUltS.Setts STOMACH PCMPS and PIPES, Silver Lancets and' lli'- Koiite taken; will l h as fallows, viz:-Leaving science. The price[ is $4 n parrel.nectsy tocompletcaue

t t IRON AXELS, 11, H, and 2 inches wille.'I Lancet Cass :m.] NurMi Tubes, &c. Charleston! or i\\.IIII.uhlhc'b ship will touch at Gi 1st White Svvellingsof every description.2d A great quantity of the at OVI very valuable prtju-

?0ll SALE by GEO. LANMAN. An assoriui'.Mii of IJIUEI HERBS from the hraltar where the party .will la\cau o|'pi>riunily of Sore Legs nnd Ulcersof long standing.3d rations, will be }kept consian'.ly hand by
S ascending' tilt i'.tII'k and xisi.'ing the Schirrusor (ilandular Tumours,
adjacent Span particularly) E. B.
Shakers--i..orjr) v.-liicii: I HIV Lemon MUSS,Tallahassee,
BalmCatne t
NOTICE.IX | ish townFiom tiIL..liil'c ihip ill proceed to thosehardened tumours in wounen'shreasts which often
N Hysop 1\1 ..fIi! ;' I'.t % Who is authorised to cl of taem, either at\hesale
weeks after date we will apply to the lJ"n.the I :; Majonim: Savory, Marseill- am- I tile P"rLuf Vill.i Franca, in the Pouthof limes terminate in ulcerated eancirs. retail sf.e Ie
( or on as terms as they
S Judge of the Gadsden County Court, for Thyme, fjcucry:! .c. Franc-. Viet; being dist.ua \11 mi.es from the hatter 4th Felons or what some people know by the name obtained of the proprielnr. A Is* by cn

Letters (i1 Administration on the estate of The -a" IIMb JtlCC: .Itvl L.t 'r': ; plarc.-Thence to Genoa and Leghorn where the o Catarrhs, of every description. Doct's. HOLMES & '' isCambelItonfc,
'SriCESol'every Kin. < ;, ,. ,.' bUH visit the cities of Pisa and Glh Rheumatic Pains of .
"Wynn. deceased. ) : CURRY. party may Florence. De thejomts.Gth I M-. HALSLET, Diug i ist, A !
JOHN WYNN, English, French: ani:i iVis's! : Soaos i and Per [art ing from Leghorn, the ship will proceed to the Sprains nnd Bruised of every description or in JOS. PRI5STLEY rpl.\chiola

.. i 11. II. BROWN i fumery. Mrs. Miller's ('..'Hr.i't':1; : ;;Ntn'. May- pi'rt ot! Civita Vccchia. near to Home. After remaining whatever part situate. The following are few a mo ig the many

Quincy, Flo. October CO, IR j. 13iiwEXECUTOR'S Hard & Noye'- celcbrnJt.i j INK !:it! lxkPowpEi:-.- : reasonable time at J Rome, the ship will departfor I 7th Tetters all kinds. In this complaint the patient been either entirely cured or pronstthave

k i TIIEUMOMETLKS, llvuo-Ji.TKKs, i'cr. Naples, whtre they will visit the cities of Pompeii ir applying the Ointment must keep the part within the last twelve month: by the use of Dr. Pe.

I ----i- NOTiE.S !E. ii. I'EllKINS. and Hcrculaneumjalso Mount V esnvius and the Isle out of water* ters' Mcdirina Stomachicjc :t Hepaticx within t t'
months after date I shall present my accounts Tallahassee ot Capri. Leaving; Italy, the shipwillsail for fllesina 8th Chilblains, or,parts affected by frost.! slate nf Georgia.
slx ard vouchcis for final settlement, and apply to July !Otli.: 1jltStfJ; [ in Sicily; and also the small port of Calana, near to It is also one of the best remedies for Burns and Mrs. Abner Hicks, Wilkinson. ,i

l i .he lion. Judge tf the County Court of Leon Co. .MqiiJJfi: J .'CPS'THE which is Mount Eina, ((14 miles.) After which, the Scalds. It eases the pain and draws the fire out in a Mrs. Capl": James Willis, do.

4 r It { for n discharge fror.of the Hxeculorship uf the Estatc I party will sail for Kgina and Athens in Greece, and short time. Col. 'V m. F. Bond, do.
& John) K. Camp 1, deed. RACES over the Marianna Course will come touching at many ol the ancient Ports on the Route to For Inflamed Women's Breasts, and Glandular, Wayne W. Elands, Esq Laurcns.

t1 : FRANCIS F.PPES, Ex'!. i off on Wednesday, 13th Jan. next, and continue lour the sea Afurmoia, they will arrive at Cnstaniino- Swellings, it i is superior to any rredicine yet Known to Bryan Allen, Esq. do.
days. I the medical faculty It is much safer than
J. S Juv-ut22 2-Cm i ple. mercurialof Col. John W. Porter, Morgan-j
First day-A Swcep-StakrsTor 3 year ol.lol s, Returning through the Archipelago many of the i any prcpartion of that material,) because it does Sanford Chapman, Esq Jones.
;1 Storing & Shipping of Cotton. two mile heats. *C
4. STUIIGES will attend to Storing and to be made by thr Nth Icr. next may be named, M'tclinf'Scio, undSamos. Running cold.This Alexnderrvl Green.
_KERR) Cotton-they will also advance on Second day_', ,"')lc-v Club j.ur.sc JS.'O-:-.two maie down the Alediierrunean. on the African side, the ship Ointment has cured sores of many years stand .':CoJGeo.G., .1theysJ I
rk ;- Cotton entrusted to their care for shipment to any heats-800 en,' i' u: will touch at the Island of Malta Tunis, and Algiers. ing. Where it is impossible or imprudent to heal the 1t .1.1J
S f Third I da\t .', .l b .I'n' Tinn 'I'!' will external sore, in f the bone OR. REI'E'S
piarkol in the United Slates or elsewhere; and will pu.6e >- lnl Thrnc-u the ship depart for Teneriffe, one of the consequcnrp becoming
purchase at cither their Stores in Tallahassee or St. heats-830: em. nice ('nuiary Islands when she will finally depart for cfri"ul or rotten, it \il stop the progress of the canes, m tLc'I Am mm 3

; Jtfarks. Oct. 4th, 191: ((8tf) Fourth Da; .P. >' ietor's Purse, 1I1I'oll..i., of the j Charleston or Savannah, by a southern passage. In increase the quantity the discharge, remove the of ; of the most efficactuui in the 3wTEKIA.MEDICA
entrance r.onev o' me e(-ond, third and .uurth days I this latter Route, the weather is mild and settled, and Tensive rmcll, and eI.o. the pain. one compund. ofia'1
TREASURER'S NOTICE. -mile heats, thr' ; bcM II five-$15 entiaiirc. the wind constantly favorable for sailing to the %West It cures the worst felos Whitlow.son an application for the cur I J

TREJTURER'S: OFFICE 1 Entries to be ihade with the Secretary, hy J H) o'clock ward. Besides the principal |>orts herein mentioned of 48 hourl.Rheumatisml rate Disease, produced by i n impure nsuallexhib state t
S blood, and vitiated habit of b and
ol the : each a dy,
evening prjcedin Race. the ship will touch at of the intermediate which lave stood so long as to become
TALLAHASSEE, March 8th, 18IJ5.i : S SBy many ports, ting themselves in the formsof Scrofula Salt Rf""
The New Market rules to govern in all instances. case of adverse winds. a systematic disorder requires medicine betaken in.
i an act passed 21st November, 1S2D, it is provided particularlyin St. Fire Fever Sores (even "h
The Track is in first rate order and wardly them Leprosy, Anthony's
> that all Bonds executed by Auctioneers ex endive ar- The entire voyage will be limited to six or seven to remove entirely. But in most common if '
.-' S shall be forwarded bynho 1 Judge of the County Court .raDgements will be made far the comf-rt of visitors. months, from the departure at the South until the ar- cases by applying this Ointment externally a directed with the bones Dr. Jebb's are affected Liniment,) ,White) FoiJ Swelng's( tW"Dri
Several Turfites from Alabama and it
;, to the Treasurer of the Territory of Florida; and that Georgia, have rival at the same place. wi give relier And even people, whiny and scald head in ,SCDI'Y*B(!
promised 10 attend with stables' of horses have sore legs eyes childrn
nil Auctioneers shall quarterly in each year cmmcn- good and The number of Passengers will be limited to fifty, longer standing, it will, ease the scorbutic Oort uncled ,fese"
than gout Fac.
.S. cingon the 1 si of January, transmit the Treasurer more ordinary sport may be expected.A. and uol under forty. The price fixed at $150 00 per pain.To euplions, and lunple-d I throughout the ..
fI; under oath, taken before some Judge, a of all H. BUSH, Secy.Sept. mon'h-the first month to be paid in advance, previously sea captains and masters of vessels this ointment veneial t&int. when b1
copy 21th which last case the oftei cure
IA3:. 813V drops Jr
be valuable in
to the ship departure and the balance very winter on our coast it being
sales effected by him, with the amount and at what fails. They are also the best Spring and Anting
rc$ time and] and fur whom the made the termination of each montu-for which ihcy will very certain in its effects on Chilblains or parts affecte place same was *The State Rights Sentinel, Augusta, Ga. and the with frost likewise physic to purify and cleanse th J system from_ht1r
Now, Auctioneers arc required to take notice of Columbus Enquirer, Ga will publish the above until lie found in Wines, Liquors and Provisions of the 'pros yes its qualities in allcli which frequently appear at thesi i seasons of the!
said: law and conform to it suits their Bonds the 1st Jan. and forward their best quality. The state.rooms will be spacious and mates aDd pBnfjf 5
S.. upon accounts to the Secie- A They also aid the |"roce, s of dig ,tion. by '
well beds and will be of the large mass of proving the value of this
ventilated bedding testimony
I must be insiiluted. Judges of the County Courts arc tary for payment.POTSTPOhED. ; I the blood, prevent the secretion of malignant homrtffof
t requested without delay, tl) forward, properly certified qu.iliiy; and attendants, both male and female, numerous most excellent medicine wi be shewn to those who the lungs The proctor i onfidentljr reliei pP5

: and approved, the Bonds Auctioneers their possession. I 11 // /. .\'. and well qualified for their respective situations wish further information application to Dr Hers I i the vast number of ant .ing cales effected by!-
CHARLES AUSTIN THE RACES Each servant will be cl urged at the rate of $20 00 tons, or to any of his authorized agents. in Boston and it ,but thri2
at ina nat only J
arc postpo; r. : .1l..IIIIL The above J.cine drops
[31 ]] Treasurer of the Territory of Florida. of their conflicting wiil those at duincy ',' II'i per month. The ship is now censtnicling in New the me sold by special appointment of out the Onion,,for the best pro*f of their excellenw"an
York and will be about 500 tons burthen. She will patentee and warranted en nine.
j jt alterative medicine in all the
mence on the same day. They will P unfailing ,
I be suitably fitted in every respect for the excursion, DRUGGIST. This article has been ca1be
: Wednesday 13th Jan. 183G.ICP Jec !
indebted to the estate of James Tallahassee January 1st 1831. 27tf. nty
ALL persons both as it regards ap.icily and swift sailing.A the
late Jefferson county deceased, which i : Papers that may have inseri ,1 she cirig, ; llal select Library will be attached to the ship, A by nessed aPliysieian its urpri.ing frt lespeclbiht1, al hi' OP'.
t which was !left unadministcrcd by (the late administrator publication of the.Marianna Races, will please allt-r splendid ?ianno will be placed in the Ladies saloon. ADMINISTUATOR'S NOTICE.SIX ion.to take the lead efcacy e uular artkle kJO?".

Harris Burney) will make immediate payment the ndvcrtiserncnt so is to agree with the postponed Each individual will be entitled to his or her portion MONTHS from this date, I shall present my for the above complaints, and J feed it is fast gainit

-' en or beFore the first day of February next or therefore I Ij' notice. ALLE' \ H. BUSH, Sec'y.. of die lower hold{ (reserving sufficient space for water administration account. of the estate of Allen McGra- this point in public estimat/on, t Ihron'hontth c .
t steps will be taken to collect the same and all persons Oct. 8 1835 J JO-td and that all Pain- dy dec. to the Court of Leon
provision, ship srol' sso, Statuary, County and ap ly to Price $1 a bottle, t/r6 bottles or $ 5)UELFE'S
S Laving claims upon said estate arc requeitcd to present tingsVines and other merchandize, purchased by be discharged therelrom. F. B.WHITING,adm'r. ASTIIMATJC P1LtSand
f the same to the subscriber for adju tment.f NOTICEIs each individual in Italy and other parts of the Medit- St. Marks, Sept. 2C, 1835. .7.6m Tr
J. R. BROOKES, Adm'r. de bOil is non erranean, will be permitted to go in the ship free of a little attention 1 their tim I Ij? Bdniini tratioBJ: 1i
k : Nov. 14th 1835. 14tfNOTICE. hereby given to all those indebted to the Sub frei ht. Book usually ensure a mitigation of the w disorders, lp I ,

fr S b scriber,foi the years 1833 and 54, by note or otherwise The ship will be commanded by CaptR. W. Foster NO. BALDWIN. Binding.J hisfrendsand crally efFect a cure., The Pills ar i alsosn easy ..jWJ

to come forward and settle the same ininie I now commanding the packet ship ftlilledgeville, who the public in he has, recommenced fectual 1 remedy_lorthe symptomsj-rececdingand J accjj-
&. ., Six months after date I wilt apply to the Honora diately, as longer indulgence will not be given. lus visited most of the ports in the Mediterranean, Book Binding in general thit in the store now panying the A.'mn. and Conllm, tloP. Fur .

i' tie Judge of the County Conrt of Leon County JAMES C. ECCLES. and will he manned by experienced officers and a Select occupied by James S. Lynn cltYI orders for biding Cough difBeftof Breathing. tighte in the ta'U,

': ; : to be discharged from the administration of the Quincy, 10th of Sept. l35.6.15wADi1INISTRA'1'OR'S crew. will be executed with, neatness, and despatch. Old across tie cheat, Wheezing' piui of any SEf

.&z estate of Samuel Bryan, deceased, late of Mid Co. All applications must be made previously to the ooksre-bound many pattern required. of blood &c.: Few caaes cm -ha.crof occur Dr.'K*"c."i
in which the
LEAH BRYAN, admr'lx.Tallahassee NOTICE.Six 20th January next, unto C. Seguine, Esq.. New Tallahassee March 7th'30tr' Hass of disorders j jio fo 'their ,trifling CJiure. .i
Pills will hot find a rich return :
18th 6-tf Yoik, or to the undersigned at this place. .
-, 4 I S _______, __Sept.18SS._ ___________ months after date we will apply to the Judge STONE, W ASH URN & CO.I I STORAGE AT ST. MARKS. the- 0 i
: of the County Court of Leon County for a discharge Savannah, Nuv.3 1835. jg.istjan. I. THE subscriber having rented that large and com y"NonearogenUneUOleUsfled on KIDDER'.
from the administration of The Charleston Courier and Mercury the Mobile- Warehouse formerfy occupied by printed wrapper by theiole pr>prieto'.J- 4'
subscriber will aix months from the estate of IU" ,,
date T.
the 1.V.
THE apply !. Bulletin will the I Judge Crane takes this of informing his'friends mmediate successor to J late Di Ogj 4,
and New Orleans opportunity
.4 the Judge ol the County Court of Jefferson \Vm. Hall, dec. late of said county. Register : pqblish "' fer 9r !'8
For lale big Coantinj Rwm, .
above twica a week until let January next Federal and generally/that l! goods stored ,
for aiamusion from the J. C. HALL ; th aLto b
.eounty, a Administration of with him have his-strictest! attention arid their Street ne'arCon, ert Hall Booi''. and Scfal
Union, and Journal Milled gcville; and ihcTallahas*, ; )
of Isaac Miller dec'cJll\te ( ,
tho estate of said Win. HALL W&WS: '
< FRANCIS P. MILLER. county see Floridian, weekly, UPtil same period and forward. orders will b attended. towithptqtnest And des ap. ..intmenr, by E. B. gj <
Adm'r.Jane Admr' their Office for patch ? EDWIN'W. DORSET .: PlIg6t
accounts to the ueprgian .
: 4 S ": ,,, 2U,. IS25. 4Wiai Tallahassee, ,18th Sept. 1935. 6-tf .sVr. ., &. CO., April 18 36-tf : I, !l .. .- t.; .FebfsarjrjS_ .vf":.\:!J!

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