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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: December 12, 1835
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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. AT LAW. .. V.EVERYSATORDAT .
UJEFLORIDIA. PUBLISHED .
at"bis residence.e MOBHIWO AT ,

t;; it05ce tt March 7 J 8:2: : ::r Four dollars advance-oFjvc. in 'sxxrminths.

: "I B. STEPHENS, : i .. No paper will be discontinued unless at the of .
SAMUEL -- j:_ _- . ... ... -. the Editor before opt on
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at I atc. arrearages are paid. .
.qt1orny Coun- "LAISSEZ F4tIRE." Advertisements will be
Gadsilen xous
ifi.niiincv conspicuously inserted
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' !tafed Court of Ap- - .ou .. -- ______ _, ,, vcnty-fivo ..
} and will practice in the "--.nr-.c _. _. .- -_....__ ccnts pcr-squarc for the first inscrtior and
saretiorCourts Gadsd.n, Leon an d WT 1mQ W m l1Q L tt!. ii fifty cents for each subsequent continuance. Alladunhilforbidunlcs3 '
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a' '., rnmS IDEJ 1IDm : "\D '' aQ l'J' I .
Connlie5. ----- .._----- :- -. vertisements will be continued. other t -'
tII1I 1.1year. -' --- wise ordered.
2- { J1X months niter date, application will be made to \li-rIOX'rl --- I

: JAMES l. SCO'l.JTTORS.Er \ I K7 the honorable Judge of the County Court for CI NOTICE. The postage on all I letters and communications :lothe

.iT LUr.fL.G the county of Gndsilcn\ for Letters of Di mi 5frr on WILL PE SOLD a t Auction, in the city of Talla- : F'd!?riher returns his sincere thanks Editor mustbe paid, 'or they will not receive t.ttcn-

himsc.lfinJlmticcll", jciirsnnCofli the estate of John P. Nealos, late of Gad dcn county, has-see. on the 1'h day oflt I >.-eml'er next, a quantity THE ', and the public in to his on. 4
loc.\tcd general for the
I liberal
IKS 1)rOfCSfl0W' per- dcc'd. lvD.. HARRISON Ailm'r.) o! new and fashionable FURNITURE CHAIRS .-..- -. . .
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FloriJtrnl1'rs Caotrugitm.!! r. he has received since ho has been in -------- ----==: I ,
HeATTORSET Cluincv. June 1H35.4.n .' .
1st, -6m CUll-1 of
generally. tn- this
Territory and! NOTICE.
. Citizt'fI'5 I( pfocp; solicits a conHiiuuncc of their I
- \tIlhe Cturts of the Counties of' Leon, I TLLAHASSEEANNUAL JOCKY CLCTflLcjj 1 Ma'iognny! SOFA r.irc. I lie I L.ls .I'ist returned from New York, anti patron-has T Hr. subscribers having established a CI'iAR' 1 r

n.' accjnlUjj, nnj! the|) Courts of r1IOmsGenra. I d.i Dr-s-inir BuREAu with rasp I received per brijj: Somersctt direct from that place, a .I MANUFACTORY in nilstlcn CuunIJ"II'ri(1.1 :
: He olso tenders his services 1 do SECRETARY ROOfv :'JAF aiS'.rtmcnt of fall and winter GOODS con- two mites Quincy, intend to l
cLO Ai
. tenere!. ns a f-Howing tides, to wit:- extensively; they will fulfil orders ai the 1 ;
s In UJcen1un}: : :> Plain! Bnrratis
aucnlii. Super bine: black: shortest notice .
-It.U i to lunlllaht)
_ .e11n. (11f: ) .j 1 do Wash .Stands! D.>. double milled Cassimercs, of different i colours. thrrr-selvrs I I that their Cigars cannot: I be s'irpass'd they fatter r, if J.I.. 4* ,
l' t no -- -1: Maple Bedsteads. ( Patent Joints) An a .ortm 'nt of tqun-'lcd ?
by
Siittinrts.lUOpitcosof anYIU:1IJctn: Florida
sufuir having first !
__. ,\ l'\1 t 1). 'J Fiench do do do I workmen from Havana rate '1 ;j
NegroKtrseyj and
Linseys 'mid FU5L the North and '
:
:
ans.
oo .
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:: Plain ma- 1
t j11AIdLIN V. SZELLqTOI. I, JIO: WjutlsorCliaiis.10 l do do I 1 r.i.'Jtsh: Firirh! am! American Prm'.s. tcri?ls. JOHN SMITH .. ( (). j "

.miL.JcmcoL.1, 17(1. .I I ,I PainirtIIti.Uu.! ", Fancy Shawl'5.lbr! 'krrchiers,ar.d October 2.1. S35 11-tf :
7. Fl '- d ,
II ) P
.VEr wall inllui-! I Super iiiT'-e-, Lustring and Fancy Silks. i'S'l'ttUel1t.N :.
(lnfiLlcd '.o him :;<; dy do I IN ACREIJ .US1C. ;

%'jjJa&ciId LO.bseflCSs. Pt i .tlf meeting: Cor J 1S3.:;, will commence ou 21 1 (1') '. si/.o IL) us. %-:11T II. ORCTIAUD, Professor of Music, jcing .
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( : ( .M'RE'S and JAS. n. WKPTNOTICE. : I : Uccnibcr 15lh, and continue n days*. 21 I do I'sizf till Rrndymndi' Clothing &c.; Cotton Pain. solicited by sftveral Ladies and Gcnthmen

Rfirtllrtlnr. !! )l.sl Day- A Swcej Stakes for :3 year old Colts a'nd) 21 j CJrecinn doa ,7>111 i> p'ec' s brown, bleached, plaid.v/stnped t Domes- of this place to cive ini-lruction in Sacred Music, :

TT 1 r.-. f.qltl' ': -___ .- -- ---- I Fillies, 3 mile heals .llJ r.ription $.'"00) --forfeil jI'(no.| I Nurse do B.ile! Ro-f; ; l !!.ick castor, beaver, drab, ard Wooj forming a class, providing a sufficient numbc.rof proposes ,
1 b
_-- filtered into Copartm.rslupnjllf .. 1 o close Stub( Sept. a ill I name the day before the Race I'p Rocking do Cane A few h. pupils oflerto make i it ;}In inducement. 1'11;ebB will ;
dozen 'Vale bone
stlhsrri\'i'rr.! ;\ hive by 4 o'clock, r. M.2d Bonnets. bu opened immrdi itely on t' number
21 1 Fiat being male
:
firm of J/t'/rr! 4" Pulliam : Top d I. doI JidO tic Russet up .,
Juntler thl'\ Day-A Post-Shakes: free for Horse Mare p Brogan Shoes. to meet two evenings r.n each week.
Terms
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[ !; it.Stora-e liu-st- any (Scroll I Scat RorkincrChniiso' ion 5O per Y
will attend u.. the Commission MILLEUIBOS. : or, Geldinc in the Uutcd States, 4 mile boats. Subscription (; si7c do do pair Kipped H1"c:.lI Shoes. | quarter.
5
'V. C. Gentlemen's
TIcy and Ladies'
$3HO-forff' $100.I To close 30th September (1; Walking Shoes. 1 Those Ladies and Gentlemen wishing the
PUTNAM.TICK. i sixc Maple do do to jolt ,
G.
J?;O. 2.:iO pair Blankets
and name the d: 4 before the Race by 4 o'clock, f.-2 Improved Fancy do Negro larjre Rose Blanket-, &c. above class will plea!e leave their names at 1'1 r. \Vil50n's L tjj
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Refer '0 J'. M. .1 1 IK' Children's J j Cogru--l Brandy, Jamaica i Rum, Holland Gin. book store, or at the room of W. H. Orchard,

!e55rS,Chi..ohn & Ty1or, tm1rstcn, 3d Day-Jocky Club' Purse S300, 2 oiilc heats- 1-J PaintedVa Stnnds Rectified i Whisky, Wines, Teas, and City. Hotel. 'raltahasseeNoy.25. 1 835. 1({ :tw
) Ot.ba:;
St. -
Domingo _
and Jamaica Coflic.With .
JfldCtL. "
Mr.111.. li\nrr. l.I'.\II.\I I\F C.c. Entrance $25. Also a larire assortment of LOOKING GLASSES. A DMlNISTflATO R'K NOTICE.

.J tis.Ill,s J en, l.lcrIitthtl.. 4th Day-Jockey Club Purse $COO, 3 niiic heats- I The atienti-jii of C:1hilwtlakl'rs in adjoin : Ilolhu an assortment\\ :lreYi &c.of Cutlery, Ctockery, and A T the IIcXt April Tcm: Jackson County 2ourt

llcssl'S Colin! ::1jtdd EIIr:1nrl'S"III. lo\vns soheit'-d) a is they! will lie knocked ofF to IlieIlillI'.t \ ;h other articles .1V. the undersigned i ,'Administrator: of the cst-ite of .

Sl lrLrkl JlInr 5th, 183:. 2--------: 5th l Day-Proprietor's Purse j>300, 1 mile: heats- bidder.! R. J. I IIAGKLEY, Aiictiunecr.Talbha AH I m.uiy uf which will be sold, too low tedious t llir TA.-H: to mention. William Spears, deceased will present his account :

-- r\OTICF.. 3 best in Entrance >:"3. ..-e October I lOiii.( ., IS;:?:* I -tfCOTTON Cre-li'. or approved and vouclrcrs for FCtllcnirrt with said estate, am
G\sl..n: C'\t111t\ cither of the above Sukcs -- Country Merchants van: be supplied be pray
T'ruof [ r Subscriptions to - -- --- to discharged therefrom.WILLIA3I. '
the ncxt January ll\c..utn: of thl' 'last can I be made by letter address to the Prnprictor at ILVGGlXcT rWINE at a s.niI!! advance on the New York prices. SPEARS

IT Court, the (mtCYgflCd of cpt, Owe1l t'i11raw, ccr.1.ffa I Tall,diassce, anytime I before the 30th S 'IM ember} ne x t. New Tii York: i>i lKibcr will advance, and sU''|I' Cotton to ? lari.mnaOrtohl'r ).7,1:3->. 1 t4Ap'lL ad uV.
and Tt.'lotn11lt'nt TIlolmnSec.. ROPE:, cj-c. or Charleston: S. C. lIe will purchase
Vii fill' oqll.'mcntI to

at'rllunts nnd'olrhl'rs: ) Proprietor. Cot n, intrivc: the! highest marlrrt AJ)1Jl\JST1 .irs -- .
thtii OTICE
pri ys.
prescnt II' .i'srh\r t:111hercfro1l1.IJCI1.I July .hh )is:Li.)11' THE SUDSCUIBER; wilib--) .suppiiihiFall! with!
i !1 sl.Id: CStUtC, a:111 pr\\1n : O"lfCE- m assortment ol GIIHI-: sfjfi-teJ\' )Jim"t: for tinMailel > I ALEX. FOR.MY DUVAL.September A LL persons Laving demands ngainst the cs ate ol .
:
11. :; E x'r 5, 1S3.1. 4-tf .it\ Jfstph Ladd, deceased. late of Leon
1).lJ.11ISON.tt and olli-nil fonnlc! on re-a on.ibie teriu.s a- Cninty,
'4 IX works: after dale, I thai! apply to the Iloni I \r- here oIirc I l"r ('a.h'i7. : | ------ --- Kf7ECTOirS will present them duly attested for settlement-amiiil

G\'Q,' CTI 'H.: ) l: ; -J ,m ------ ----. .- able the County Court of Leon County, for Lct- Cast Iron Enar.H-lle'd: P. t Ware-En-li--b, weeds. TAX CO : SLE.fSHALL !t persons indebted to the said estate are hereby required :

--- ---- )- :. trrs Administration on the Estate eli OII; T. Jmv-! and Aiiicrr'nn I Iron-Sandersm.;* Cast and I Machinery I spo c at sale on the first Monday in : to matve itiimcdi.its t payment to the subs;ri ers

sox, late -'fsaid County d.rpasfil.CATHARINE! S'e-i-!.--Sinvt 1t-'ln--Br:1i7.1'rs I nr.-l t Nail Rods-- |, ) > t. at the Court House door in the town JOHN 1JAMLIN ) .
SIX wwkafui 1 dac.: I will!]. -1JT3.} tn the lion, the JOHNSON.AiiffiisJ I Hoop I Iron-Haid'.rmv-Cut'cry: -?.Ie-vhauicsTool.s I: of Uu'mcy, l"n rt of valuable Tract of Land, known ',' HAMLIN J Admrs

''iud"ifth I I : County. t Hurt. Jor' ih.Toumy t.l L,>11'I e.iu- 1 __ __. ;itHm01ICE. < L i..I!kin G I t..se-II.in nets-Cotton--.Seine T wincLt..h -; i I: as Forbes' Pnrchasc," lying on the waters of the O'tobcrii.h! ; 1S35 11 8w
bi/fui ,\111.ll lr3t1"11 o.-i tinMn'o UicV I |{ Comfort Cane and Sweet W-arr ---
I l'tH'r."t a ; ("nI-It.)1I' and Leading Line .Aky ; Creeks" and -- 'I'atches
1 hu-John P.THTW l' .T nll 1 INNIR:1R11'V. N I I lllatitc: and! ''thl'r) Books: \Y liI'l\\' and. -Fnnjlllrt-1 beV.vrcn the Apalarhicola and L'1::: : l liivers ; nr as \\ Jewelry &c.

Id; 1 KC: ). _1.liu'_'_ _ A N EcTtir.n! 1 by the Stockholders (,the TTni 'n Rail j Baskets-Gije-eiif'--Carpe-tin: Boots and rh >csj -' I II. I mucti; ot it with I the: improvements, :is will he surfi %ieiutoi.xtisfy ,
--u. toad Company in I tl I c IVrritory of Klnrid.i, of I.\ .Ax'l."he.I I the ijjuiiiy Taxes due thereon. for the I c-1r; : ) Pg llIE I :: .v.i.5criberhas just rc-
CLUB HACKS. j \. lu-lKi'i 1 R.ibber Gt.islI !s- Jrn 1 year s
(QUINC'b OCKKV. : thirteen DLroctois f.lrtlte cp .uin.? year, will I br held at; I, B.inowPI I. 'lr I Cii'tivntorsTin W. -' |'I j ti--h i :Ie.: 1t"III.r"l.ll..l thirty-five, unpai't, with:I ci.s f.F':: _SL until l from New York .
';i ---
The annual R.t-i" l(''rl b.::5"', "rl'1' the Umn.-y Turl. i T.illahas: : on the I 1st Mr nday in J ann try 1 3G. I IPatl'nt i and Fan Cnndb.. !Rrtn .In''nn I ; !I ,...01I1.a I ;i -; .cing icturnfr by LIIC.Su..r I fir sari y,,. .NV. C'v- : i ive aS5-rlrient of '
comlm-nee.' Iii \\ t < ly M.'tUClothing : '"
will tdfsdav -y :
in the Cfuntv. tt>l UiWeu, ( I I ]By oulcr (if tin 15oard.Talfaha SmMle.--1 Hani--! .-H:t.s anti! C'p.--l Diy G.od"Drug's. : -- | County :.> 'F ni-: >t,.d ; and! the properly of J lin Miic'ieil.Pci'er I:: f'I., y /i'P.-; / tit'i.Uii, his line, wiiich I he of- .
the . gi-Mm on I the coirnicnt.Ftfsldav I aec. !I, 1635. )2tdOTJCE. P.lintan: 1 OiU, --StonV, Etr'-r.-rnj:: Glass aLit :! I!, :Aiiicbt-il! JAi:: Carnachan, Th'm-is Vcrmit- 1 'I I VJ "r '>ii iiccc-mm xlating- .
f tr anv. I)'f51'. mare or Club :: $100) three milet : Chiua.arccra.:111 Te v>. !I vie, I lM\i.i i i". Ogl!(!:, I.>. n.. O'uc-n, Alary Jarvus, i ( UhIS. his pul..hase: were I : ':,

-Jn"kiv purse I iuou.cn: : LAMA:':. j :John T, Barren: : AI. rc\ S.: G.UtJ Joseph; ? White, :y'z nsiy rr.auc wIth rash ; find he
&:m. A indebted the Estati' nf.Tas. Brook .1fniJ : (
*entrance LLprr ( : to "* und AVilb.im! Christie.: .udre''s he can HlIl s gcod bar-

Secondd3 '-Jul'kt'Yclubpa'sl', $(10.1 heat JJHL: doc. late (Jcl'cr .on County, \% ill! i.IaSc inakii !. .__Tallahps-i"__I!_. _} ;, Sept._ u 2 tt._ _I 1-'J._>._ ;_tf_ _______ fc'ue: to take place within! :t11Ir.nr:. Terms Cash.ROBERT gains ;as i-au be bough! ? in this co'mtry : lie would
eDr:1I1Ct11.: t I i nmco'iatc: payment tll the subscriber, who has btcnapp.v.iiud ; FOKBES: j'atif.,!a.i-lvcilhhn nltfr.rii.n; purchasers to his as-

TliirJday Proprietor..* Pitr-'e, $150 I )-mile heats, ; AiliVii! 'inisirator of the goods and estate of !I JiiifulitiI'licJa= :, lilu'fi-u N/. JInrks Sf .\. Griffins. Tax illector forGaUsdc'': County., C( ,t..r! "' i '.i"Jj.S ):aiSiJ: .AND Q it2 ..

best t three I in fiu'-entrain'-; $::,0.AtidonTueday : j the !uilllJro..Is l left uiviJininisicu-d Ly Hairis I: llurnrytltr. Tin ; dir. Laily J 'fa-.liu-: ; 1)h. 1 Hill,, 18:-.. lli.iVfesiilentfifthe '..t.. '. _t .; tu the S..ld.i.1 : \\lw'I.lte pan1! partlct -
theJl)ih; I e. the day previous late .tdiiiinistrator of .said tstate.. Tnose Aiivm his Goods .
b.tvinjrdemands n.tlchr.. 'Yshilltl.n t iiuir >iiiciiii in : ? are the 1 fcllowing .
to the first day V race, 3 S\v. I L4.tr\; V Win. L e isvill, apply regularly DJ United Xlatcs. ;i -
o"cot'ln I ;1 d1 1Iie---- mile Lea1MiWnpljon js-00 I that unlos their claims arc prcM-uteil ithin the lillie _J .i \';rCIlESliel, ..1CIi'ii.cr Levers, Pliin and
Two or murr to make a Race. 'i' S KLNAN.Sec prescribed I by law they will be firever barred.JAS. __=:: ---. II! sj?tly. anIA"ent )} fTPUilSUANCE nf law, I, AximswJACKSCX: liuriz'um.dVatrl.cs! S\\! j i.s tV.ilcf.cs at very low pri-

'i'. jird: Icm. It. mtuOl) :: IJol"r. JI ?( P. \ .\1\1, at St.Tallahassee.! \tad.- JO. Prcsiduituf thj United States of ..\m rica, do j I i I ces -. I/\di s Gold! ;c.-I- Cl,-iiis: Genllcmen'j Guard .

QUinr\. ,Sent j. -J (1, 1S3J. ;'-i 1':)) 1st. Ort. !jari. 13tTNOTICH. hereby cc.lfe: ard make known, that R_ public saioill |t nii'i '\' itris Chains, S\ils and' Keys, Ear and Finder
/ N. W. STILL WELL N. OrleaLs.Nov. '
'.\; bo licit' .it i3t.lngflliitt in the 1 of J 1.1- :
----- -- e.ntoiy JOlt Bosom Pins of
Rir.i Carious
:?HoisXI: ) L.i. :. I ,, .!, KO. 1ti'U.rHsofLime__ _ _- ,I rda, on M" .tb), tha 7th day! March ::ext, for the j;i variety: ;, of JET JE\\ J'LRV: ioid i and patterns srilvei; a double great -

A LL in, >bt.-\ 'stl (,r.tile public; laitds within the !imiits rf theundeimentiuned
I su scrther! a residentf Joc'son County, persons < to tio f ':lI. ofne harris n1l'JL ; LIJ; thicp. i ant! stlC; eye SpcL.tits! exfii g'asscs for do to suitl -

I TilE'rida, oflcrs for sale iVoin 20,;i..i 3U) likely f. mI \' late of Lon county th('C.I-.td, will niakepavlneut townships and fractional;' 1 townships '*; alt! a-t .* : :i [Man.l! tilvrr i; Tiiimblcs! ; 1\lab u tor and
I : to illsulfccnber.: All I hue having demands fi fo-snle at St. :Tnb.I in tic! East I 'lorida land district, viz Ebony CLOCKS, warranted to perform' well
NEGROES. Also all uf I hi LAND a
ily several small Tracts.- consistingef against sai-lc.Jnie. Mill pl -e:1lIJH.JI' accounts I 1 6 1V Apply to T. II. llllTTONj .\ ur .'' (1/th[ ( Las line and Ha>>i of the inert Ji-tn. article, at low prirrs : An xcellcnt: asbortmen! of good silver

I dl ilv authenticated payment. j 1LI .- ;ee Nuv'. 'l-liii.I: !I ti. I Itt Fractioii.il; tov nship 1,2,3, .!, and 5, .(Est of St. mind. It.ll C\H n\tII'Vil1 plated :
Persons wishing to purchase will 1 aildirss I J mo ot Maram. _------ ; astors,
WILLIAM SL'JANIx SI10'I'll YLOn, adm'r.Nov. NOTICE.j :M.-.ry'a River,) of range 3. : pat.tJ: CalUUestirkc, ni1r.crs .tile Trays, ; l\tmic Boxes .
Ifl 1f: j. ]!.r\w Towns-hips 1, 2,3: 4, and li/ivi&hip: ;>, 01range :1 nil Art'MJians Filltes
f (: sits ; Violin .
: 7th 183:. ; ;
trings

OY. 1 3SwpSTORAGE I \VT.LSCINSir, Il.ivin been authorised }by 21 : _
j
; : Lallie Work fluxes
NO'1'tCF., anhI'ae.cy ; iverTaIj! 'e Tea
)his be scM with! ,
advertise to
STdHAGF STORAGE '. '. '4 IX weeks afivr date 1 shall | the a friend to property j Townships 1,2, and 3, of range ii-5. .' Sak arid 3lustrrd SPtllIS ; Soup anti Cream Ladles
apply 10 Ju-ljre- of i iiinc and{ he now decline, I otter for sale my Miclc- 2G. ;
I :
'N aildition to 111' old ware-house thesuliscriWrlhisrccciitlyirecied .3 the County: Conrt of Gad".len County. for L'?t- 'I 1 I ai1.*: towiibbips, ofratgC of t I 1,2,3, and:1. r'fringe 27.Fractiriii.il rr.en's Sugar sb-ivinr TUI5; Casts Pal', ,awl An D'5s ut SpOOIlS. ; Gntfe
'If Admini' tra'ion ; ; : acsJ.tr of CUTLERY
1 the of Ian
ters on ovate ih lieu soil 1K( )
I Ili'kel'dl..elw1atc ncrcs are ;
1 a spacious build I I I Oak I and townships I 1, 2, and 3, of fiijigc .-". consistIm0f1Vflry 1 titndleKi ins am) Forks
r 30by 25 feet, forrccciiieottonaiitI I., jroods.Tl.MUTHVM'CARTY.. Cl-.ar1p< P.-tti-iT.- L. M. GOLISBIUUG11.TiIlalIaSsee1W. i j rica it-d and in a trite III ctiUivati-pn! with twenty d- I Fivcti'Uiai: townships 1 2, and 3, of r.iC 29. best Razors, KnivesantLsissors i ; Best Xeedc!; Rogers Gold .
:; 1-1th.Ib31.:; 1--lf of first Field Ni-croe.- ;
rate ,
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1i'lin.It.tlllb consisting
-V------ I South (f t1.t base line and East of the zitridian.; and Ivory mounted Canes ; Porr.cIain and \lorCcco .

St. Marks, December 153 I 1. Iucsic.ti '' NOrrIC-j.-:. I I a 'arpentcr, IJla: k-inith, the anti Shoe: maker Plantation,! togetherwith too'-!: I Tb.it part township 11 I, East Suzanne Ilivcr, Pocli! Books ; Coral, and! all other sorts of Beads :
all the on place,
"U" will sell 750 af re*, in Fowl To'vn Swamp De- provisions and of ranire 11. GoO! double! barril Guns ; Pisos! ; Cloth, heir, sharing -
head U.1O..tIut :
> fifti-en > :
\c'ncr-- M r
) i catur! CIJt1nlGcor. ia-II, acres. in cultivation I. andntcujtwev IIor-e I <. II I the ah..ve property] is not :'.1.1 befujc! she. Townships ]0, J 11, and\ 12, of ran<;e I.KTown&hij :: and too .h Brush: ; Pientiss' best shavins: Soap,

W H.ORCIlAKD./'r./iiwo/.Vii./c) I I t 1 / rrsprctfullywfitrms a new coin loitnMe b( j hou'e a new water cjin: 015 j third January a: private SrII\ will then (commit s ID, 1 11 I lanJ, I 12, ofuui e It,. btrjps.itc. The suoscnbtr j is now pn pared to re-

t'ic Ladies and (.jctitl* mm I of TallahasseeUialtc I a never failing sTream Tins tract from its local I the hands of :Mr. Ja'kl'T.I. Townships 10, I M I, 12, and I 13, ..frin.j t I 17. '.mir any p.trtofa, \V.tt'dilusie' fin xc:, &c. that is t,
} is prepared' to rf'Ct'1\Cp.lptlSIIJ Music on :hoUarp I situation and, char.icter! of:oil is equal to any other! to JVM. M. LEMORE.Nov. Towr.shii-s C iv.id 7, and frc.cti.uul t i1\\1-lIpS! 1 fi'iu;:, lie has ('nrlonf ;a <;:m 6'MifA from the

:, ri Fort, GUI tar, and I'huc. Terlllls S.-, "i I ::10.1of laud of the same extentas* of Flint: iver. I. l.t. 1.-:'..*, )15.tf ai.u I 12 ; (West of \rrt: ut.Ju..s claim: ,) :-d towmsi! Nortii. who h.i.ju arrival ; ard he confid Mitly be-
I the pu-mi-csiu JOHN) 1 U; ArNDEUS.j i iicv- <. sri. h I,.s.1s..r.all"L'Ml\d: in .
r uarUr, consisting. of 3C Icsbonsofl I hour cacti.li .- Apply on ------ .-- 13, of ranIri.. '. -. .. f. _'_'. .'.:_.I: d' .1 ..1. _tb.Hc.fIi".n1ant u I 1.'
e will alsttrivo r. iirui1f. :.-- lC's--n!ons..- -jJl1. _}IM--.I -\1.-ii- .ir.--- j Nov. 1 isr, l.Vtf In 1 mile of i n.li1iI'r..l. L"PLSFrl1t: : '."ovn.stnl; -, 0, / antis, ar..i Iracth1'j i townsinp i me P. u en A>iiiK.iiiy t..i-, .idti ne V.ma i>a ale .O UO all I
Paynx-olsIn'ffjuiitf-rly' lv.inro. j JTICE. 11', (North of! ArrJ"\:.do's ebin: ,) tract--i1: '-.In ,!hill : work Hsu&ud; ti> h: i t1, as 'dil.ti r.: cktap is it can

A tme left at the City: flt.tl \\iil, rcc-i\e prompt l 1 1X months afl.'r date wch..11 submit our r.eI I Kale of Indian CATTLE.HE I I 12: (South!) "f Arrcdondo'aclaim,) and township! I:;, I.: he1 ilo.ie in tie! rnunlry. .
He \vil! continue receivn
attention. {Cr'Piano l-'otlib tuned.Tallihassee the! 'r Catt!Ic b > surrcndc-d to he of: range I I'J. i !! P* adJitional supplies of
counts :aim voiuhers, aux'ecuto s uu tatt I I ?:> of the ti> ; ; ;
Nov. Ctli, 1 s3j 113tf of: Hardy Vickers devcnscd iu the llonoiabh: County Fntlcd Staus by tile cmi.iole: I Indian! I Tw.\ hij'5 1, 2, 3, .", G, 7. and 3, fractional town-i i I Goods throiuhout- ll.u! s.i;I-'In.

f } fur ,.f ti!.- of the ninth (i s-hi- ". (No'thi.f t : Aircdor.dt.-cl..iii:,) t rla;'.ilualllJ.\"Ir- ( FttEDERICK TCIVLE.TaIhatiassec .
Court of Leon < jurry and apply a lisd.argc..TAS. under the I;:h art.-e; treaty I '
STAGE TO J.\CK O\\'lLLE. J. VU'lxERSWILLIAM III'by, I .>2, with tint tr !If'.i:1, l:I commence at '( ship I i-, (S'-uth of that claim,) and tov:.ibhip 13 of'I|i OctnS- <-r2Jr.ir- IS33. 11tNaDsP

,-2-- The] public arc informed, W. HART.Nor. Flotard's plifi-: on the road 1 l leading In MI; Micauopyto II range :(. I i
1 Dill 1.:3'15fiw( a"iu! '. li ii'ilcs fi-om 111IScmmnlc.A.II\', Townships! I 1,3r.,7, "rIlIS, fractio-Jil township i, !
that a regular Line of Sta- _ Tampa: '
; ol' Airedodo's ilaim,) fmctio'j'il t.ai.tmship !I
--- -- Vobiaia: 9 North R. S. MILLER
-- -- the first I.t of December cn.-uir:::, aivl at ( ha'jnr recivel a conphte Stock
.- ges has been cstab1ihedbetwecn N o T ICl : I on Oil the right Ij.t;y lilt ,if the St: John's i iluer: on tie I 15th I. 1 ./South-if( Arredoudo's claim,) and, if,\\ iunip I 13; (,f-.T Al'LE.t.F.' :<;Y C.OQ)g, which he

Tallahassee and Jarksunvillc via tiuwmiiicc8prins persons indebted to the Subscriber cither by, uf I the iII;(: mouth, and I bccontinuicl from day to i oi r ::iisi : will dllow lot Ca, Co'ton or approved credit.TalLhasst.c .

; leaving Tallahassee every Monday inurn- ALL or account are' requested without delay div day until the whole! that: may surrt-ndcn-d at tho c j j Fraction: I township 1 townships 2, :: 4, 5, C, 7. Ckt. bl.-" ::ix, l -:j. 12f

tn and arriving at Jacksonville on ;Saturday-from beuli; the Mime, uka; s. b". Taft, who i is nuthort-e-.i: re. ct'.vtly, shall be s"ld.Salis !. |, ar.dSar.d that part of te\ .ltips 'J, I JU,' II I, am! I 12, -

thence travellers! to the North will find ready con- j i I to M-ttle the sain.-. It. FLEICIIE1tTallaliaee places will lie niad'i to the highest l.idJrrnll prompt I Iyin E.iit .f Arndondo's claim, and to- 'ship 13, of IN'UIICE.l .

TtyAflCCLoSL. Aujastinc by St iges, and to Savannah } 00th) } _Noy. Iffl. If.ti'_ _ rrquin-d I t'"U1m'I fincl.ascrs in every c.c. I..LIIC 22. iT.mnsnips f'j l IX weeks after atc application will b : made to
ty the Steamboat.: Fare ihrc each wey $23 00.I23tfl .- j I i i -_ NOTICE. payment I ft i is i.n-biil.le 1 that a ccnsider.ii!.! number: of Indian "I 1,2, :3,4 1, 3, C, 7,8,0,10h II I, 12, and _7 the lIon. the C'.,uny Court for Gadsdn County

Jan.25j333 "tlc'rrcat f.1lclr I 13ufranIt, : 5Tow for letters Administration on the estate of Elijah ;
JAS. M. HARRIS. will be private
1 I AT the iiox. January! Term Administratr.r of Gadvlc and County Ad- public Ponies,Auction or Inrscs at; the li"1'" aOl! J piun1Llv i ; ct.oi rJJaICd, nships! I 1. 2, 3, 4, 5G, 7,8,9, 10, ,t1, 12, and \V. Sweat, late of said County. JNO. T ITUM..2.Sth I INov.
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I the unlltrslgncll "'1 : TIIO\IP-UX, 13, of riic:21. ? 1!:35. )16-tf i
LOOK HERE. mini, ,!lratrix of the estate of t FniiKis A. Cash, ilccM, Sup't. SciiiinoiRemoval: I Townships I 1,2, :3,4,5: C, 7, S, 9, 10<[ 11 1, 12, arid ---- &.-' i

I I late of :\i.\ county, will )present their Vouchers and FI".!t.ct.hklS3) : 3 IG-; 13, cf inuiii23.. > TOWN of St. JOSESPH:
THE .uh. ri wishing to remove farther wcit, :t Accounts fir Mtllemcnt with said estate, and pray toi Scniinolc Agency I I'lMCtioi.al; t'lwttsliip 1, ofrantrc 29. 'ff

his I'fant.lion aid and f .r s.tle, rontainIB i be discharged therefrom.HARRIET. .. FOIl SALK -I The salt: u ill b' kept open fur two \v-J ks, and no LOTS FOR \LE.rg"UIE I

the two; 'housand two hundred! are, (WOO()) I lyiii in I' : A. JARRETT, A III'X. ,c..-'\ ;i:? The lir.e bloo-lod Hor>e, I longer; "t..Ilhc 1 lauds! reserved l 10. law !tr the use of Lale 'Vjc -'o and St. Joseph's Canal Company -

axl clllh distjict, Dtcitur enmity, eighteen wil.cs I ISAAC JH 1 ( fl'T, Adm'f. 1'okrir 1)lf: schtiols: or la.nU t'Hetllor( military! oivHier*. purposes J having :orrtractcd for the cons ruction of a

from'1ainbr. 1"-f, urtecn fiom. Th'miAsvnli;, and till i j _Cluincy July ."", l In'J.l.: :'iOm.; .-> --- -- i m', This horse is a blood l bay, uiii be excluded lYo-n sale. : Rail-road from the Say of St. Joseph's to connect with
tJ.herrom TalUhassic, initi uij idLely on the n-.iddle --- i\oi'lC-: black! inane and tail livejcrg Giv.11 iiiMlcr my liar.d. at the cltj; of Washing- the river Apalachicola, via. Lake Wimic >--a'so' for
nad I
1 leading from Tallahassee \Iillt dgc\'JlIc. 1835.By bjth of
; to I tt'Uthisthiite'cullidnyufOctol-- building! of wharve and warehouses ends
There is upwards of thousand lOU'J( of A LL are hen by forewarned fiom comj I 4'-a.----- ..; .years old last spring, up- \CKSON."EriiAN business :
one ( ) acres persons k bone arid the Pn v.lmt: ANDREW J thejroad, to be ready! for the transaction of :
S od HamnvKk' LuiJ, as so-id as any on the (_)cIockm3. ] j sL mittiiij; tret-pass or waste uj in the Laudi'.' and I walds of 1,",i b'andhr:ii, shows great. I Iiis ti.I thy muscle besti .\ BKOVVS, ICoumiisaioncrof by 1st December next, have laid off intc convenient
'hI' ballanre ist-xcullcnt Piiie; land ; other improvements on the I tract )known as "rbes'Purchase and po't'p'2 I U)r act Ilill i 1 Ofiice.NOTICE '
adj.ili:1tlit I the ii11oiicur the Genera Land lots, the new ton n ttSt. Joseph's, on a 1 t: cautiful clethft .
| Hammock and is well timbered., And about four ; and pirtiulaily from muvmtr, cutting, i blood! j in the. country being In'ohy v..I..1. nl.n.... ..hnll'.. t1,1cv,117..;.. II b .. liav. )n thin East .
.n --- ----- -
nundred ((400)) of cultivation at otherwise injuring the timber on the j I Ti-n.M.n, his dam by Sir Archy.Pcisous 1' --.J "I;; -J '
acres wInch is under i destroying, or arc invited to call PRE-EMPTION. D1A\TS. side, nt the point where the r: koJdvi 1 terminate.
this time: all of the cleared laud is of the second crop, land, unless by special leave fiom the proprietors or desirous ptuchaing be known TO The wharf to bo carried out to 17 feet water, and

!x<*ptoneliundred (1UO) acres, which h3s been on. their agt.it. THOMAS BALT'/KLL, and examine for Ih'JII."t.l.TI'lm" can in IVrsons claiming! the right of prc-cmptilif1 to any of the rail road track to extend to the cxtrci ic end of it, 4
Newnan CUiincy,
'Scaredand\ is in first rate order for cultivation, I I August 2-" :'Jtf _.Igdil__for the I'ro/iriitors. by application to Mi William his a mile (rom the aforesaid !lands, an required pro the same to so that vessels can load ant discharge car;o along side { .
plantation .
MJ -- the subscriber at aiid RccJiver tc
produces or to the satisfaction of the Register prior
cotton lind the *
equal any in country. .', OTICg.IX \. C. STEPHENS.Nov. .. the cars.
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WUinsi-Tw3 There are attached to the premises all necessary I weeks after date, we shall apply to the Honorable town. 17; 11',).",. 15G-w( the GCllI'r.t day of! sale.Laud OlF.cc, The lots in th'e town of St. Joseph wi I be offered '
Cotton Gins and Screws, Stables, S fill' _ _ sale auction cm the 14th December
Cnbs & the County Court of Le'>u county, etder 13th: I IM55.: 13"i.f for at public ,
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with first in
S'w rate spring of water every Letters of AdmiiiKlralion on the estate of John C. NOTICE.TnE I -_ : next. Terms, i cash, the balance i in thr;e equal payments .

I I'w the Anyonewi3ilingto purchase will do well to Dcmilly, late of said county, deceased. subscriber, respectfully inf<.rms the public, LAND FOR SAIjE! for which notes will be required, it I Ii?, 24 and -
subscriber barm
I on the premises, as a great J. L. DEM ILLY, lakeu the store immediately "lILtvielessrs. : fHS 3G months, with interest from the day of sale. Title
)has LAND containing
will be of I II;: I I..\ a tract of ,
JIII1I.rv n. Iven. if called on beiore, or by Uio 1st DPC. 5. 1 m5. I7-Gw L. C. TEMlIAY.NOTICE. \ Havward ami Aus'.i.i: where he h.is .just ... ."- .,.inDavis .. t\ir.\.-> .lamol1lLake..... .-- ndiominir W. W bciuls will be issued by the company to L'ie purchaser, ::
choice, assortment nl:(:..\- .lOA.n. on their clmpl"lllg.with the terms of sa e, and a fee
;i CXltlI..i'cII
l ; I be in fertility7 of soil to
sell with thepossessions 1 oi.enc'l an : l I" he-veil: to equal any
fifty Negroes instalment is
likely when the last paid
young; I roiKistinsr of I DR Y GOOD) R tidy will be made simple. title executed
tl.lcltI> Floiida The terms olipaymcu:
land in :
above
named called for the
; by specifiedH.me' A LL persons arc cautioned against purchasing a M.ulc'ciolhing, I Hard U'.irc, G.o. ,'cne.s Chill.U Ia.ss ? ROBERT BEVER1DGE, pres'tL.W.&SLJ.C.C t
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purchaser
WILLIAM WILLIAMS.uecatur JT. promissory note given l by the subscriljcr to Oscar and Earthen Ware, I I 1-''*, :i ml Cnp-, IS.Miis.and S Itt es easy to a apply to J A" BARREY 1
For tel.Js,
county Ga. Nov. 14th 1835. 14CwNOTICE. I White. about the first January List, the consideration S.lhanll H"loIll s, TillV.He Dru-s, iVc. All ol Air.ru*' i, Oct iyc.I 13, I Ih'l-i 11.)Ow ?AuustaGa. St. Joseph, October 1st, 1S35 J1-6w.

having failed it \\ ill not he paid. which will be sold J low 'Ii..r '- ----- ".'- '
THOMAS J. A DIlE\V. Tf10\L\S IIAYSTallnln > A CARIX" I SALE OF LOTS

S'X a.nd months Touchers after date Administratrix I shall submit of the my Estate accounts of O2lth, 1S35. lC-3xvpM : ;;rr Nov. 2; 1iB.i.: JO-tf_ JOHN II. BE ADR In the TOWN of ST. JOSEPH .
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NOTICE.T..J.OUn. CATn'KNriu: : : HHI( :SALF.
Rr.ry B. Fitts, deceased, to the Hon. the County to the lion.Jl ,: PE TEll. I It.I is I 10 Ittorncij nt Law, Rlonticello I Florida.E1 POSTPONED '
Co\arl Leon weeks afcr: dat!*, I shall apply siloaoo.l ( A n years the
County, and apply for a dischargr.EL17A in the Couru appeals and
COllnlfur lean to FOR well and finely opurtiolleti : 7II .L practice
pi
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of Leon
? the County Court a Hrihtlubttn, grown of 1
A. BRUCE Adms'x.1y18thl935. the middle District in the Town .
J 49-Gm sell the real property bclun:in to the estate of Dr. a1ll1'is believed be perfectly honest and V V Suuenor Courts of lotf ? The Sale of Lots

Edward Aikcn. late of said county, deceased. trmiicrntr. for tcmr il1'1.1y! to, I Florida. Y.S.I835. -. fr --" of ST. OSEPH. has been postponed till the

J1JtIEllICJlN CHIJM. WILLIAM A. CAUR, : o\'. 8 li tf111'_ I'IN & llUt'l'! --- A'O .MISTAKE! 19th of January. next, when they will take place oq

Acting Executor in light of his \ife. who wish to purchase a family of five the same terms i\s those heretofore adyi rtiscd.ROBERT .

TIlE ete SUBSCRIBER will execute orders for corn- 'Xm' 2Bth, 18;:&. li-4\v( _ _ Lands For Sale or Kent. THOSE ES, and the produce of my small Farm, BEVKRIDt, Prcs't '
u.s r parts of BeLts of Auiorican China, made JSOTIGE. E subscriber offers fut Sale or Rent, his Tract do SM- If there is any disagreement the prices, Lake Wimico & Joseph's C ual omp y.

L Piladephia.% | The price is as follows, with gold T of LAND adjoining the lands of Dr. E. Bradford cen will! call in men to decide what they shall !e.Rnb't St. Joseph's, \V. F. Nov. 10, 1335. 17-tlOJan' ,-
IIQt'and initialed with date I shall!! npply to the Judge one hnn- we
wreath round the letters. weeks after Cole, containing 120 acrcs-neaily L.'tRLUS, Jr. -
U Cups ) SIX the County Court for the County of Gadsdcn, and tlrel C.acres cleared and ready for cultivation, and pro Nnv.23d,1835 16CwFUJlNITUltE. .C NOTICE. .
t4'Saucers ninistration on the estate of Joseph in the infams the public
for Letters of Ad wdl as any lawd Territory.ALSO ----------------- subscriber respectfully
ducts as -
lI"Piatea Field, deceased. JOHN 1\;. FIELD. ,. ; THE he will have the &.lHKBlBSPI ,

1 Coffeepot October 17, 1833 11 Cw-p Another Trnct adjoining Thomas A. Bradford, of tt2yQIB1Ii! thoroughly repaired awl mted up lot '

J Tea Pots > 35 dollars IVOTICESIX d iMity acres which he will sell low-12 or IT acres 3 Sofas dnzCane, and Rush seat Chairs,: the reception of those who are wi'lin ? to pat.rot1.1

Sugar cleaied of first rate Land-sonic Improvements, anda 5 do. do. him by the tenth of December next.Be pledges"um.

1 Cream weeks after Ja.tc I shall apply to the Ilonora well of excellent water. 1 doz- Rocking, Bedsteads self tim; every.attention..shall I be paiel; for ,the..accominoeTatlon _

I Slop Judge of the County Court of Lean for Letters I wir-hiti to purchase or rent, will.make communication I doz. high post and convenience of his pair onAl ?. .tI' .

*,Cake plate j of Administration on the estate of Andrew Moore Those to me in writin ti\.j 1 nt Lnfidd! Halifax Fur bale-apply to, TURUUTT 1.: BETTON. \- FISHER- : '" .

t, Ia1Pts. can be teen at my Store. deceased, late of said county.BENJAMIN ED'Y AnDS. county, C. RICIPD. II. CROU ELL. Tallahassae Nov. 14 1S35. 14. r' !j'a1.iahasseeNov.-4Otb,. 1835, l!>-tf ,E

*__ GEO. LANMAN. Dec Stii, 1335. 17-4w '. '
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r NEW YORK MIRROR. II I order, like the aJi: of a stair-ca, 1 I i liopeofllirireiiwnien, the fear of their Cr !f kmu h" ,
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: : The number of the New York Mirror issued on I I t from tile point itt the htJrizcmVh! re they comnieuced nnd arrested t only! hyhe' Jdlsht110D.! bflidett4)atlaL! i I ,
I neat as a parlor. In Lejden thuy won't permit the sham! of tlie world. To ,what t iliey 'nr UttIit). hrun .
U-rminntcd.
t the 7ih inst. is tmbellished with a superb Mecl plate to thai: where they Some I wil whtt
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; : engraving of the New York Deaf and Dumb Insu- the dirt to rest in peace 1) h\'c'l'n thr crevices thnu:iit( also of the& rennrkahle: sio\voi! lit.SIIN I rel.m.xvhen the uU"n shal h d.solved. ? no ton, c.s I.- bt5)4iliut IfCh1tr th c I

&l. uuion. Among the contributors to the literary oepirnnent of tin; rocky P l\'CHH'IIt. \\Vati in tin1.mornit waic'i: : \\.-1' MVII Nv.. Il2iu in 1S33, and! uhich I better than: that the C'isttistiou.i'etI t CUI tnan,-tht de

i : we may mention the names of W. C. Dry- I fln"5 aiK'Ut I i ii: all I dim I tmrs, Ii I is !i IVofcsso'Olnste.nl: ol No v Haven, pidietedvMiild : I sI them, and probably to much worse. 1 hey without i1CcTtashgthe 4)I1DmJpIJIJ- U.
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i. :\111. N. P. Willis T. S. Fay, and William CIX- really !r-i.-ai-; tin'n .0 vc'tiiun-: The number is a rich one iliron! hout, and well CMcula !- I of the stale and irremediable Lie United Stlec i '
i. : understand l lusl domination in |
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w.iatcvvr ti f.lt. eotton
tlaollg:1 w .
cd sustain the high reputation of this popul.tr t for little cataracts liom "":;inr-*, pit P t Ired t in n.i I ana: 'g. ,1 ) frm
ft. to tu world I854. th_ .
in during
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'. and really merrorious perioJical.: We annex I iyu.i wash the windows, ;ni <: :l.t..;iiijai; : .it you in .il! m.my cxiraordinary meteors were seen a disparity otnen leading aggression '
l IlII; i :'if"nice.. In shoit; his was a phenomenon I (to war and to ) hey will return tt. it, England i out" heat "
's comribution.-PJuJaltlJ'hia) Inqnirer. direction, frith !r n rub Yflll *'( in tl1| .- been allied butS i increased l'lt a_
A LEGEND never b.-fore seen ill ihis country.' The convergence not as straIgCrVht) have never qU:1tilv evrry
: .. ... morning,-at noon,-*'nd at night too. hut of broad, deep colored I pink h.imls; from I brethren nlienafed, embittered, inflamed andirreconcileablv I lold that ue pnw.prity ()fher ..

BY WILLIAM C. BRVAN7. more parlicul- .l 1) :in: : !h') ti'miiiir:: :, whole tnt i i ihe norlli, of a 'htJr resembling hit \vhir.h :apI % I i iI t hostile. In brief lime their hands 12 or 13 l : Wen ctO'

Upon a rock that high and sheer talions of r .:,iI. ,! : : Tu rise I be red with each other blood and 1 horror therelore have ( u
womt ; : :erll l !: y I l pears; a few moments before sun slrnrlc every i may ream
'er
Rose from the mountain's breast, do it with the air of uen'l, .: v.i! <> Kuw h.,\' tll i lI I Unify with astonishment., The white' streaks: shotthrouiirihis I ami shame together! may then bury liberty in ihe Britain WIU rlcrrn3 br t Brpn.e

:. & A weary hunter of the deer scrub. They, seem to *..Mlodo it. Am .itu ; and finally the phenomenon disappeared are r'ei i the Constitution. The dissolution than ever, W<. ty suppose mleur D.

4 I Had sat him down to rest, scrubbers :a\in wilii 1) in faint; radii of while I linjjjo, similar to Uncommon t uflhe union will not remedy n single evil, and her regular incrwse : in 1832 $ tht .
they nv, < a roo :! a- t
And bared to the soft summer air, |I' of Boreal'The t Il the irnpniileiice t Ibis i
: appei rancc: Aurora: may: cause t ten thousand. is highest country were 6 45 haW, '
with the an.
rin
His red hot brow and hair. young lady plavs >! of her Swii/.crlair! ; it il ismadncss, to intend) it. 732,718 bates
sweaty i I. Avalanche-! j arc said; 1 to !uive; a |pink lo thrc:1c.'r ,- ilMftas in 3 years

All dim in haze the mountains lay harp. Is all this so wcll1'hat ran a pOOl j;r o.olor to I ihe ,1m ills I lhat; grow near: them. Do I iheire' It.the union we cannot endure, the dreaifj of the average annual increase Cir 3 veo L tU

With dimmer vales uctwecn, Hollander husband do when he. comes hoijie, {I !'ir'js of the pole produce the same efleci. on revolution! i ii: over, and we muss awake to the certainty i making the probable <>eiiirMlonIrom ; th

for peace : his wifi' begins to >cru!> ?-I I hive I the Aurora ? There were a few who I thonghl it ; thai a truly free government is ton good for 1 England for 185-6 a* UD
"t 1 And livers their wnyl! 'J\f
: glimmered on
:' a horror of it;! \ IKVICMII$ washing; dau: iil-. the .tail of I the Comet -apuil approaching I ihe I mankind. l834'5 7

By lorots faintly seen ; notat all tl% I" xr.-'kf: pntHni: .:!r ih.-sr: af i< .arlh, and ..IIHIt localise the cmisiern( iiion: it did Average iucrea.: for 3 yen* iTII
t.i While ever rose a murmering sound {I' ii iis List 76( when il spreadovrr Ihe Jf. illtt-n. 4.
; i appearance FiJl
feCtii.n i ,I I years ago (
I bees around. J : I -J, tniis env.) 'i III i!; .; UI"MI -
From brooks below and -
t 'I horizon. ,
l I selvein i tiu tutU'|'."'i c: that ev u -.. ...!I.tI: the entire COTTON PKOSPECTS FOR 1935 6. 1
V He listened, till he seemed to hear 1 1'. b.-Since writing the above, ns the resnli of MR. EDIT 'R--For yearsanl t, il has been the France Wtkri? It iZlCrfafl.7 hrrentt
cannot touch Bill s.noking noel I .t malJlag; :
.
A voire so soft and low'e our own cursory observation t of the remarkablephenomenon ; .isiom I for: some"part or other' of t the cotton) grow t ficture-.J: : now in O 'j-reater ratio than x
4 aside, ana ..crnoliiii' is only a vii ht.- .-arru'il; t-. in question I we I have received from in. the iif" Short ?' and we have hi, "
can
And whether in the mind or ear, j r country: to raise cry Croji* nr> Ht"priHcoiion > Iluh .
: The listener scarce might know; excess,-the )1 )uicn :uoa 111otlllkr..li\l% Hllcl l .in I intelligent t I scientific I i frioiid a more minute and ii has alwavs been in jjooil huh a: tar; as the 1,11 commands i i Fitrichp4iri ebtnhatttIgsti 11l. f

With such a tone, so sweet and mild, wonderful people.: You hiinily, sti a niisi-i.i- exact description, of which we avail ourselves teN are cuncerct, lhat i is ID say, (lie particular; :; -., uutxvii ,"stiuringof the great it-,.

: The watching mother lulls her child. ble house. I don't remember, .n'. Tlmu 1 !h with mudi pleasure.; Il may he remarked: that section corion country from which thin cry XP.t: cotton :', tln: C'up.trr witir,- 4t

( the country nouses have not so m.iiiy fl.iwer.s I the color IS called [pink by ns, was perhaps more has eminaled hee.ofrt. fiai always produced nyliorl year : she ''n.': ri'M tit IS3,/01,5n If"

Thou weary huntsman,' thus it lid. as the English! have, yet they nio i ali nu.it i and I I pn-perly) as he says; of a blood red, especially; the crop. \Vcdn nol think planters as competent I. i iu 1834 242,4UC buli-s bin att '

"Thou faint with toil and heat attractive. All hav gardens who haxv gmumK bnnd masses.We judges of ihe. general pnsprcts of a crop 3R. year of 57,953 rxi cs, utui an ::aml:1 lc nt -

The pleasant land of rest is spread understand; in the Sheila nil Islands: and on I merchants, who) teal I ex'lu.ii\tly in that product, crease nfi 15. 94 b.lo I :- ) al [
_t 1 Before thy very feet, to make them, and thu piotti st JT.-UUI us 'loo. I the Northern Coast of I Irelind, where I the Aurorais though the prospects of each particular section demands on us in iiancrr gr t1 P I:
If I were called upon to point to ill: place; I .seen in all i its sublimity it often I throws I these be from
,
I And those whom thou would gladly see II up must gUI planters residing in that section, say in 1835
Arc wailing; there to welcome tiiee." where the industry of man has diuo tin most I hooil-Iike! corrnscalinns, which, when in active and from these particular estimates niu.-t be made A Average increase for 3 yrars'I

to triumph over obstacles. where nothing oi i motion, look like a terrible! conflagration I or as il the general estimate : this we presume is the most

f lIe looked, and iwix't (he earth and sky soil or climate seems to have appalled him., the world was on ire.Vc think the same appearances lair and impartial way of coming at the propecLs Probable demand -
Amidst the noonikc: haze, rutrrueet';
1 where not the wiltlurness: was made I i.; lilo:sou; I are more* p-irlicnlarly mentioned by of a crop.Last The Northern
A shadowy region met his eye, Cii.iins| Parry and Uo.ss.-[Star. the of short from the Sla'ro our nw
like I year- came
the ros--but the moras, tliMln j, nr. cry crop also increasing their: m'lctnd
And grew beneath his gaze" ; I tainly should point to Holland. t*" ..y ii.: & Mr. Editor 1 -I send you 1 lie 1 following: remarksMjMii 1 Atlantic Slates, : we have .seen by the actual the third best cu IJmt he grnw '

: As if the vapors of the air I such a people, who 1 !' done all ISM! ..vo ihe. unusual: Aurora; U"n'ah. ol"las'| ni-rht! : receipts at the A'Janlic; ports that the crop was; hvt: in IS4 .3 lliev ino ofrictiiTnMH4lland Clul
Had. gathered into shapes so fair. I lirsj obsiTwd the I'.alt'' lighl of I tiCurora within about 2OOC' bales; as much short as was in 1034 5, 116.
well oil rich I bitMtv.ouwc: '
: so too, tsO happy, MI ; II
JLI.i *im after siindiwn.A ( ; lit 1 true, in .the early .
Groves freshened as he looked, and flowers cSlimuc. ute : partttlliC 3 years ,17.4)1{ b.sks.twt! tivfirr ,
all the decencies and enjoy men-! fit'i ; :i. I' i altiiui$ o'clock! P. M. the light season; set the .
Showed bright on rocky hank, was strongeaoiiih dHVl deficiency ai 100,000hut luat 1 uSe w.tl" of tht- N.-i, .k ,S.j't. elf
And fountains swelled beneath the bowers, a wonderful people, is but just pr.n- i.1 .t,|. 1 in* C.It shadows, -jml extend nearly to the.ei'ilh. I those genera'l.V' best informed on (lie subject, will hi. :i. toilx's; : :

: Where Deer and Pheasant drank illustrates the position, the more i aiuie d. s / I After a display! of radiating pencils of put it down at 75.000 hales! and we have seen by la lj31-5- hI.4aIat.C''. ::

:: for a people the less ar.; they likely to dKM' lijiii: ; resembling* lon<.r, while fleecy cl'mils* the I returnes made, i tint: I lie crop of the Atlantic b I States Annual aver.-i i r.-" 'sc -: J -' ;

I He saw ihe glittering streams; he heard I themselves, for they are content III. the po- .se.s- :appearamvs 1 1 ; bcc.i usc CX I ra or,Ii isa ry. The \*Irl'ra I ,in 1833.4, was 563,859 halc; ,,,::1d in 1 3..5. 4C1, ? ti

The rustling bough, and twittering bird. sion of its gifts,-'>ut where l.ihor I. in: "S...- extended' (by 11 1 o'clock, P.J. .) from the Northru 1 I IM I hiles: beng :an actual I deficiency la.>t year &f l Making .'IlItf; r..r .IraJr '-H3it-; ti

friends the dead in dear I ,' horizon as far: as Eist' by South: I and,. on the 79,815 b.ilesin lh;>sestates.Thus The N .
And boyhood fltnvn ,1! p-
and is the a 'r"O i' :'M T.
ry, duty imperatr- i im .n* ;n "MICJ.himself I a.c lt
\\o I to Wrsi hy South I I the I pencils rear.hinir hc- l far this st'asoii we hear no complaint! of 1 ennmT.nedik .
There lived and walked again : Jd3i 3. -l.J..m :
: ; and every faculty o. mind or body, 1 i.- yond our /enilli, and t tiirminii; a centre I of radiation }i short crop from I ihe Ailantic; States, but i ihe gen 1331-5 4i,3f1lultl'l rnig. bib II

Aad Within there her was one who had'lain many a year sit ci cited tc its full extent. l'hus I Holland 1 i. I at a point I in the heavens; aboul ten or I twelve I,I er.il I expressed opinion' is, I that he crop there will I IS 518 lut"ou.1: 1, an annual inof )II J SJ

grave what it is,-Uud thuo Italy is what it is. decrees southeily from our zeni I Is. The Son th- II I equal lhat of 183J-4, (which was a full crop) that 6,172 lw.Ies.Ve will aYCigiirrr l il1IJD1I

A fair young grl: tile regiou'pridc- ern upper borders of the Aurora were I then of a I i is lo say: planters, in I tlC Atlantic; Stales:; who inin lows : suppose ; C

His heart was breaking when she died. SOUTHERN SPIRIT. hlood-reil I : mlor t in broad I 1 masses.-The stars I. 1333-4 produced a giving number of bales 'In. I In 8345

Bounding, as was her wont, she came Not many weeks ago, a very beautiful: am' shone t Ihroujrli the Aurora wilh nmre than usual I I the hand, all of wbich we will take for granted, AII.1U"'r.I"l' i! ,'!'1.t. !Ir 3 il..r
: hn, trht ni'ss.Al I I but ireailemen in their estimates do
take into
Right towards his res'ing' place, ; !not ; 't _
southern fp U.' -
accomplished lady m or ,
And stretched her hand, and called his name ia !midii: >!hi there anise C' ;iinioi: clouds! in theN'orih. I. consideration; I the hands: tint I li-i ive IK.-CII removed ,
,,, '
4 With sweet and smiling face. went out a shopping in llrnadwa; ; ). .\la, :: whicn pirlially:' ; assumed I the pencil rid ia I within tae l.isi tw ,t said she to her mother "I "c4v1i1 II' '. IS 'I! Uh; ti.pr.lh.Me; Jna ,
matronly unut have 'lion I II the more productive soil of t Mississippi Louisiana.
Forward with fixed and : ; :
eager eyes, I the Uni, i.I' Siiirtsr t I"r
: The hunter leaned, in act to rise. a shawl-a very nice one-tho best that New- .j Ai I 2 o'clock I this morninir, I the phenomenon 11:1111,: I I!! S'>iith Alaham i-iN.1 Arkansas, winch is al lea:. dlll...ti f o,n .;tr sr t-ij-.i("r"p.. I JS.6 a

t York can furnish." nearly ceaxed.Tiie I; 10 per cent., and this: i 10 per cent. irener.dSy! pic 1 G 1ii .,..
t.
+ Forward he leaned, and headlong down "Well my love," said the mother, "you shall /; centre formt-d in (the heavens, ten or I twelve! I ed hand<, of %W.IlCti ;as yet not more I than one \In,11 I .. c 75357h'Fr. !
:
Plunged from the craggy wall; : have one-the weather is gelling cold. Tin- decrees Southerly of the xenith, appears to t.(. |!IH..lIly I are producers: ihe other ha 1t In-ing still ellpluYl'Itlielil. I ). Ulli"1 H I t.. 'H'2..454
1 l.
: if nol ex icily the luc.ition ol'ihf l of, ii new lauds &r. We will! tiierclare i I :
I lIe saw the rocks, steep, stern and brown, northern climate is trying-so a .hi1\\ I." centre e I' 'iurllufu&'h'1.501.433. ;
get I ihe rein.irkahle; ; nnvteoric .h.iwer ivieiitly ohs-rved. I I Innate I : I ihe crop rrVirilia'Nuth I a iid outh Car I Ii
An instant, in his fa.ll- "But i _
where shall I !
A fearful instant, and no more- go The cause of I in* shower, and of lliis: Aurora, 1 olm.i. and Gcorgi.I;'. li>r 1835 6, :IS follows: ; I! Total
t "My love go to one of tho most fa.-hionable \vould seem I to ne) very III a n'h a Ii kt. The b temperature ; Crop of 1833-4, 563,859 bis.Loss I 1.300,809Prom
The dream and life at o'er. i
once were
: fiK dry good stores in Broadway." : of I I. was 411 decrees. I I 10 per ceivt., decrease: ofoj. I this *l::lriiirnt il wouM! appear that
S -- : "\ T1nre 1 I11'Iv seI" [ pn'bih''.* ('111.111(1, ( on li he United State CHU I
I I i is that, Ma? lu'vi-r seen : : ;a shower n-'r tnn-.li: amitrniliciMt era tors 55.435Probably :
I \, (From the .,: O. Bulletin.) "Alexander'!'. Stewart & Co. 237 Bro *id- i I .\lIrllt::i. I Iim, rC'h.'CIJ".II1111.: r., ;, 'v'h rxcvr.l iie: .s'd rt fiy', 57,49i b.il
THINGS IX HOLLAND. way, keep the best goods; they aru in vur v il- New York, Nov. I Id, 1S33. AI.wVt' I : crop uf 1835 6 507,576 i b'sVe : I!: B. !1.,ir :""<'.,.i- r i: m ':.': 'rift, II appean4 |
; ,
: Angels lust Reflectors, Amsterdam and I tho \ presume: 1 is ad.nitied* ih.it:I 'In.: tra- I.*' :..Iilt'lt. 1a1. in' s ,-a 'la I 111011I :IOIOllt .viuDm
garly cheap handsome
; shopmen are I .
I polite I t those I I lIltTf! t.. ll.ll jj.utf. J'." HIC Ol"c,)tMll. by bii'V :
find stales t I Ni-.v ,
Oru-uis ,'
res to
before P impn.-lllllllllvr/l1i.m.-\' r t ,. riug [I" : '
sentiment, and nonsense Really I I an J well hrpd. to ihe.ir store i ini I : 1\:11 I
1 I !
go : nsi-fnl ami scifatilic. diMivcries I ke:, wii: be very Iu > tsupoty; tfit: ir ntiii-ihiti! wniil. audvurI
"rlI' tins s.t
admire the luddus tividus of this ay | : i d| iv, w!; :.1'.11 %e. : "I i :>
.. my own performance Our heroine tlhed out om; mornm" at on- ; !I anil \ : ntii' s -tLi: li.ci.lr' 1:0'l'1'l'' v, 'jjr: stircmlfili
1lIlltilir. :
are l .IJll'.llIfI'lli) irlfrul'irv.! I I
) ,1' 'rCIIIJHl'c
|II Mi'' | .il.1! al.111 till cro.i.vero; ;
-w in which the Rhetorician extols so(: oY.-ck.!' She ftkti'thrl't' .. : .
I I tt* :' -
>aiuueii d uilo severalIOHS -- I.ai.l| in ln' irin "I| 'lIahealIll.: : an.l; i JI.MI.; tlncl'.1 I or I finr week by : f.ue, I'., kvi .spuduring i.:-; .11 rj.r, jtiiloiuHMJifnir
1 much, so snugly do I stick (a critic would not looked at slwwls.--th.; uunld not ilo-llu-y .Mr. J C. t F. Sd'isii: of Pennsylvania[ 1 obtained) i I the months ;of August; a ii.I Soitt'inhtT.propccis '.v '.fit r : n .v. t. I'm circuiiwuDer) ,

mse that word) to my text, (nor that proverb ei- were to cheap. At l.isi sac vnt into .1 lj.Stew.irt's a few days; a i.'.a, IUIIITN I pa 'CLII from I the !. S. 1 for; revivedhowever, but Hiese cheerin :. .:.. I. ..- ,...- a: ...t.-.fi.s: > nt" c-iiri al 20 anJC,

E i iber). But 1 write as my pen races along as wo have understood; but of thU a Safety l. Steam Boiler, SI) constructed' I that iiwoiill I ;prospects of fine crops which lasted lo the 6lli Cents i.iXJ s>itiiii-r.! .ti .Vtrii; liiinlr (ir$t li33WUri

I wall my thoughts, quite indifferent as to the point we aru not ;absolutely cl'rt.lilJ, and it mistaken -eem almost I iinpt)ssihle that! any dtvee ofpn October, were al blighted by 'the severe Jrosis .1.f a Crrl"alerl I ;'s Lt., t. nudv in .mr owa uuiktt 1 III|

route it goes"just as I am indifferent to the ,I Mr. Stewart will let know > ns I I' i.st will : -. informed. in only,; l he hmpurar.v tor.vcd": not think that tk
: ro;) receive the irlad tiiliniro geiitlemett 1 that section of ihe
route I go myself, for c;ery thing i is so new tome : ":huw of coumry ry. (I
t and mo some your bc-t sh.iwIsJ"! ..' : i as 1.1:1'II! i, ,,1':1! I li.-n--d: I iv for'j' give it as their "pUnol, that the crop must betsh.irl |t mere ciiciimsi.-uict of;. f It"peMIII'| Wii-goo e4-

1 so astonishing to my unprrpar d The hoplJlan'a at? spry as "Alemirv.: 1I"j : I.e. :.' 1'\1 :aifichanl: ; i, :t i% itf i iv !i I iin
i mind (thus fresh am I in thit old world) t that I How bj to the)* sin-If; In*; 11.v b.icU t t t.n: ; :, a" I. ,: -,f .i.I.t In 'lIi. i-: I :' "..i 'strno-: ;ill'I Arkansas; plantation* thai. : I have not' williiu the -; ting down' 1-fIo-v 'ns tr.d I \:llu."MI'u uectruirU ,

a 'don't take a step without gathering- though ter. The si.u!: ; !I", ri.ii., : .. |ov. 1 1Ir ..- .1 i.i !1 I. i h.. i u. :II'III: "':n'i '|("t : : ; -i: eats isiv Mii.in, last year increased .their hafkis, do tioi this year Ilimk a does ?.I> r.-ti. .../ :,: ..,riii ia JAr

4 1 or having a feeling, I never felt before. Hut beautiful, were !I/I:: (H-.IH;; : tinlad! ;" -.i- i.iii .ail l tl" 1:1'I: ,..' I- i .1.t > ::1.,1! (
W to return to Rol tcrdam. took up DIM* "i't'.vtatui lo'/S i .1.! it i.jt-m. .- l. '..'.'I: ;i-. ." .', 'I I '1' |,. : WP I! C J i :, it i is true t.e mcrea.se; of! land) brinizlit, into f rt S-nne willlJ''r.r..c;| | -bji-c. to .ur .IJtl'cuenr.-.
I' iot.1.; .. .,. : I t also f acuni.1113 WIt ii.M4.nng u.! e E-is: and a\
t The traveller landing at Rotterdam from took 01:1I!! \ f' t fiotti l.f 11JI i'i| p1" 1,111.! .i' '.t. i st ;" ;.1 ,. Lit.-, V\e .I .II\"lli.tl i, as )! li.iuds: tl) work I hii C land, :'
oi;
anofher is* not reminded : 7. INdisplayirt I I. .t"'J!. :. .' ", ; ti'i I ', a.' a :.,' i, .' -m I' f -i, .; r i j' I 1.1" s..b' even2Q per cent. ; hut: tins large allow- Indies; Fipytti.ii. -i d j Bi.z1tC.Itiglst1)thelt, ; .r
;t country, only by uI :/ I' 11'j".If.! } -jmt! ruin.! 3 utl u* '> /:.*;t. i '. .''. 'V. H; ,.' .". 'i, t.,01.. 'oJ.-. .'.e '.-. 'I : j I .nice wi.l not make up: the deficiency C\.41 in the ; i;[ woul.1 uterely u-m.irk, that our uly object in th
!I I I I'i .1,11If" : I.I \1: !J-- a' : ; ,- ..&llIa- lo (p.1 every lliuig on ihi most favored livit-; I eni. to I at'\Y average
.
: j country'u but! '11'tby a change" of coin .too. Tu, ; I I II I V.JII} It'jf.; : .i '."* '..', . : ., ...* "I' III.u'c. .1 r. I 1 in-/- \\'C allow the n-eriiiis nf- -Nrw, \ ni-. .....n.o... .H.Cr I t I incrf.isf ileniaiwl 4 n us f ncotlua evtrjf Jtu\\iI

: 1 I r.ngll n Smllt1J<;jf nunruwu, mm sovcr.i''i: : ".\rc til usetlie t. .vt-j! -j H'1 U c. '/'* "1). : : I 1.1 I '," i i i i'* liberty III -i lilress I J Ja35-6, liel Tcnlf'sset; North ALibiima, Mississippi the prosicut; lor; demand, as weilasirtH) M P'

I j igive place to the.orm and guilder! sllvcrl'J' She toss '.; 'lio-ri CII"'f 'JM.H-I. .l."I.I 1 ,{; .t{; I:" i'. l., ::1: '.Ii .' .-i'l I rivalled: Sit.iji. iiis-is; anJ Louisiana; lo t lie only 25,000: I be! cn>pfi.r 1835 6, anti by omipringilit
'-und centimes-wilh i> ".. i/; i I i. .' I b ile-s snoi t uf l.isi which with the clt'malull.st'e\vhelhtr weare fikdyl8'
an incomprehensible lot another "lie. I' ''UMI. ,m.-l' 't h-sit., 1.11.1:1": : VIM! is,1' nou I examine: then ytir, was by far; the most I

; of small coin, the value of which I shall never even l 1... .. I ,.- tit l .a'.,in-a 'in .- if i is: fi'is- ''. riio.i. the more j prolific! season ever:: known-thai is lo say., last I have surplus trdefi it'ncv.teare weU twof tt
.e 4" take the trouble to know. A letter more, t. -! _- i r. ..ufi 1"1: I mi ill'I'/. si'ii-i* oflhr w.Kil llril H j\ vear, : : in Mississippi and Louisiana t the t fact that thie; eountrres pnwJuce *"]
1' of
j .1 I from a Banker in London credit "Are youui -I' i wot-U* > I; I-. ;ii'ler: ,ililf I In anv, I in'"I' rver ",*en h b: Ira', nnd, I! moie c.,1I'Ianer) the hand and acre than, any mace pre. also of the amoun' produced by theta, ;; wi'finms
soon tilled I
i: : my havi-1" : t tor i "1I1'1I1\a and il'irihi'ily: in C.I'IIIIII hcs ?pp.ise': '. vioiisone ;-We llu-reloreput I ; down the a small item, when compared with the .
Dockets with gold and silver, with ten guilder ., '! .. !I I Ii b of New Orleans ; receipts ,I duct of ihe United Stales know also .1
f 1'hry aro III.)' 1 : .H. Itu"! v" j : : ? i jiresenis I a !ri'.i Iti siirfiiv I fir t ihi fir.to: -t.t lor.:1 835 6, as follows : I ; we
1 pieces of gold, and Prussian crowns, timbers tictifli lIRvl iiioa, tlian I the Receipts I ir; 18S4 5 Brazil is now turmr her attention much Pthe \I
$ :' "-\1 i nUjiuiJ< ia M :'*? .v \ III% ( coniinnn cylinder boiler, and ol'r. 511,146 bis.! ]I g
I \ :, J: and Baden dollars, and florins and francs, and by Anhur Tapl' .11." 1.1; I.M% k.s..I fuel vvi" hi n-quiivd. and froi; ie! pocliar I I'robable.! tlelic.enuy y this year 25 000 I Sugar than fir nedy, which e fin"b more

I .grochcms &c. &c. so that though I took only The lady drup,"-d i lit, -J: .A flU ?U, Jl. : I cotisir.riion? : oJ'the: hoilrr ;hit- !heat will :ICInl ( profit.1 ble than Colt M: ; iu Egypt CtlIIUBII J01"

1 -301. Meiling home to the hotel, I travelled as stood i d'lIlit\'It:' ailvantaire, : : to \\ \aII: \ it W'' ld( on a I. Probable receipts. N.O '35-6, 4 6,146 I crnment monopoly. and in the Ea31 !. *<*
uith a load of iron in my pockets, aghast \xr I 'I j i-t<,u.\I',j "i" .1 :> 1 ftlll';, .1! i\i;;, ''er Im'tr. ill --III'I.! i I think when''{' Tie: recei.-ts ul.At bile I list year were 197,692 II I have already' und..n Loud in all ihe nwrirw l.rlAr ,
Ished .
realizing ,
shopni. ,
I
: biles i We'lhereflue that evtaI
for the first time in my life all tho I t u- psr.iVilr: Ij'j :. 'fillS I. 1'iirlv: :\tl'.\ il will ahllr. |). and during I e months ;,1 August and Sep-j }pe. presume,
__ a specie which blessings of brilliant t''J'- : .,' .r l i.i t. .- :i-- :-.I.i, I inforv. l-'vpry ', ie.nt.er, the general jtuipr'-'si -n w.is that: ihe I' ;persons! wlh> have the most inlerrtt ill [putllq

1 horse with currency the by a man is made a city down! -. i ,.1!''1'1 miic. i ii. >' ii I I.e !!.1. iii*". I'ni 'f I S.,'u 111 I i i Al I i III 11i1 -iiid i ih.it I Mississippi crop, itown Hit prier, ,viII hardly have the free &to *n

1 impossibility ot'carr} ing his ".A rthllr > .'..::"lil ol .111 i '!, t .111 e Jo N"I\, a' "t !h.' w.. e.i re>o-.i to M-Jbiie l ; t f'.n: .1)la'kl.lr ..I sl.oultl tlitt liiaiii\: deficiency u our D'UUIJ.I11 rWP|
money about him, and the danger of . l h i.,, bit ., .atrirdWC \Vrt lIprwd
losing it say im;\. m:,. .i.i. I I'-r.n i ( '..t a.s .> III' y ;* ii( r' : -u.i 1 )IhlIhst1t 1 f, .fcV.io.f; mil-lit! t p-'Ssilhy reach y Tr; tOt
if he leaves it in his baggage, and thus of en'joying "I LIII 1.11h ,. .. )' ..lli,1'l'I I ie S.I.IK; ,|idiirlii.. It ;I' _.' .' l.i. ) l l fi.,1.| s ; iii; ii.' :M-V'as.' fiosis 71hz, Mil l:, IIMM-.SC 1'it-I Itiilfi of tnir ClllUlIUuic.lIOO rtiiiik
I IHil..l.
that very comfortable. sensation which. l'ilk,, 1.11... .4 I it will I h.' ci.imie of nm.'|siiii.; _: -1":1' ::a ::1. 1,1 9.; .i$.I'Oi.her.I : :;:"i l tllt\'Hr.'lll' -.f.ite.11 of! the:' : "e C..diJ wlti; ut any 4hlhJIL'hIilY! than0"1t W' '

mae would undoubtedly l have when pennyless I fhe ..'< -..!ii .' -.il sliain in.n r.iii IK c..i-r< Id 2 "., \ i .111' : '1:1": 1.\ :ltu''tInIs Ii 111 ,';t'J, CtJil1itI42' will bt-: more deficient
with inenaI": lt"l .
.. in a strange land. All I can say is that the '. f ;11I.Jl'r.-r.lucllI1: iI.*.' i..rCllhlU". ill\'IIIII" ., is U.i 't. at, iV.i;.. u.d iLl:.; com,ites, ivceivetl from -.foi. v. .. areld111
shawl !
501. a imported iti -.lerinitteil$ $ lo lake; out ins without g'ii I iChit(11, ; \ : Ilcul&J"s--H''c.. ,;'in.-we hare
are not worth carrying, with the palfni ";>- fmnpelfiil J'nld 'S, "hl siy that the vdu..b -a il c
'$d t in.pression of constant to save me (Ire: l' j I' .. I. -, .. ;i isiii-Mi, a clinn i tin; propric'iy ",' !I\.dlti"1 haviitirhieo iIUduCI ol'ine comary notwithstanding the in- ; nyuncetl .he election >f certain iud .
peril upon one, Ih j uhderacoiistiiutiun formed a (
provided l by I1YC.1as
there
I away with ill h allrdired in deiialfof aii.ither claiiuan il I t i creased; qn.-iniiiy ufind in cultivation II I leceuiiy
.n. !
: I
was modo of i : r. [ must j of the Under the lpjae* >.
any moving without them. t:111 peup.c; ut li'h'gan.
I A train Wills thai li- I. S iloitMii t however, able I lo earlier j. considerably short ,i-fl.ist ) but be *
.". you exchange the lone dull dinners -w .1. h.-, t 4 "1'1 I piove an I ; vl'ar. lo more f is believed of Mr. Vim Baren, Hapnfu .ur
.".- Hotels of English lovely hi.ij !lair I- '. S'i"Arthur ;! 'I'' |;'iaii.i orJl.b ICtlillll.lIlllhe biliatms: to whom I lavomble and prevent dispute we will allow the gin were led to set aside all | rrccdenb 1) simJlJ'f
and English Coffee Houses forothe Tappai!' itcr.ih I Hie mailer I I III question was rell-ned; .ta\ e their receipts Mobile I lor 1835 6 lo equallhe receipts cases, and not to wan until Congresssl: ouWar4ih ,- .

lively table d'hote where all sit around one the n .:1.. iward i in fa:/ vor of him. This circumstance is i an- of I 1834 5, which were 197,692. bales. II: .ri>e them to fona aSia e government, P arrd

board, and you hear tee, and know, \\ ho j is j in "Iu\'.vile" inccndi. v I 10 pi- <'- : ,t ': .1 '(, evidence: ol the importance ol the invention,; Florida last seascQ. produced 32,035 bales, the described limits. Several con i&lerati Vaa Bs oin Bar J

t the world with you,-a knowledge to 0' -s'Iitill i-o in-, \ 'f.i 1 a r\en liic I t approval) : I cf a pl.III0r nricinnery liy a; increse of land brought into, ruhivaliur(here %with. producing this state of Ihin -. Mr.
whichjou I'
by lean .. ., .I' t.Qubt that if this cocrse were taken tbest1te ,
will seldom attain under in i : ."hl\ "- l \I. 'S much M'ieice: amikill as Col. Hiun- in a year has very nifling when compared the
t
:.,.3J :' system of Englar.d. Porter and Ale the exclusive him into tin- very; ,':lIth." -" .. -. (i.a- : :l'i! f- i n t Mii.ir.' ) woulil :o fir* in re- wih the southwestern Stales ; ihe crop there; has I olnum Two Senators a more speedy and a Itepr'admission scntative into, be (ell

f give place h. .. :c, r i: i i ,. :. '. been much I pi
to the Ilhenish wines. Your ping ; SI;;' .! :n'.i M very injured by the wet weather, would be ch< .en t'rou amongst his (o1:feflb ; ia
t Jess expenses become lay on the 11 'i., au.l\h' wmtifully : I -. : ':. *. 'tL' ., I, s< ii m h In-: ni-nlei .vhieli las caused I lilt* stalk of (be '.1:11 'lo run up I these men and meats, the (licliou( JunJ .
.
I t too,-servants expenses arc not SI} enormous formed as thai: ,>' ;'" V..I.. i .' ;. i II i :. '''Ii.t ti'il ,that: I I It to an immense heiirhjL producing very f tew lolls, I I ths;] Sena e were to -ontrolled; and salfa.tuuaidy d1. .

I -for you have ceased to pay the NationAl She then walked = '> .1 ,.. isi i. i II! I.I jnej t! I liieiHoro; can not |HwibIy produce a equal_ to for Mr. Va D Bur en's p .,ns. Ihie CU
debt of oui .n: .- : .. i ill it nt Ia-i bur crop ti-n, ..5 prucUiiuud rontaioi some P01"w
England, which traveller i v i .u. t r.\- '?'iis lit t i..e yi-ar : \H will allow the of
every crop
- 'mustcoutributc to in who dignity of'a Queen. ,ii. inl ; Fl.nitl.i flu .1&35.6 (h of equal that of 1834 5 which I manifestly rep\1gt.aDi o tbat of the U. Suw-:c..
I pay part, puts his Htizz! for I I preclude the sjb hiy of ker admissioo W1
southern : .
i 1 loot upon English soil. spiiit-so \;: 5'035 h..I.. pcx> --- "...iart.I
IV
I filly uf ala Ct.n ni doubt utll
es. n-ss,
t In Kotterdam there arc --and nuthern principles! 1 IK* "' 1 4\ t' ii.ike the 1 following extract from Mr. BinK.il.iry Let us now count fip the pmnnble crop of the I I The Senator* and R p -eentlIivel& wilL fcseaC tllC1j

'} '. sec u though it is nol the many things worth to have a hero for a husland.-N .. i if.NLW (t.-, in! /-" .m Jml, e llf.III: United States lor; 1S35 6, as deduced from our and Michigan will ir c or; pellcd. as nwojT **"

f the Ilodand moat interesting of u.nlewe think! wilh just : my fellow ; statement : :. child has been, lo do h< r work over aiJu. tb
cities. If it i* the first of i.heVi- I I*>u K. iis i cf| thin; state; in w'io' :e hllsol we nave New Orleans 4s6fl46 bk. Growuig'out of these ha-ty 1.roeediU o.
: lies the traveller sees the : YOIK N'iw ;,'1 I H, M0lile likelY .t.OCCgDPl ,
t novelty of the sioht t most extraordittx : Mtiriaied, wliiisf soil ciiniains; ihebn-e.s! of ? 197,592 part of MicbiaD..a ot' er quotioo is
will make !y I he I ',> : the A portwaol\w\ *
tl"la{ | *
a attention Cwnjircs
deep impression I I ,1'1 .mil to nor was
upon him I is rCI own, ali ; 52 0S5
veilS
JJ no was witnessed i 1lis.' .. I'I'l' re\l'r raced within lU terriory ot MicbiV'
em r
lOaner how much he may have heard of Hoi twecn the li-mr of 1 hail i.l"l. i It I !I':' n |h. I 1""l iiMiiinltons I I ::lILt! laws, b\_ which try excluded by the const uiun Irom the hiZU lES t .
Ill : land. I never shall f Ibrgei with what arc of nuns.iiI H- i.t I I I-i;! I'> "ciioli*: ('.1, -iiid il, enjoynieiits' enlarge!, llirIroin ; Total from Gu'f j 735.9 abe'WiscuDSJl Urw
7 strange Uriiliancy: and ol I/-.HHIT; piui hid : do : tta'.e. This country is ipwn as biDS
L !i staring attitude i roamed about. over bridges while colors t h\ed! extended iro.n i tin i I linn li- l i UN be mii:, I pnrb.'nid!' VIMHH, which C 11 seenothing Atlanti ports 509,474 y, for the organization of which, se'r .o-

and by canals, gaping at the new 0 west to (he north-cisi; p.irl ol'llie: !horizon. I Ii oh't, ir country beyond the narrow; circle i.' have: been annually tel))rted lo Congress. .-. i-I
sights \\ :.Kcomposed Total .
and iii vhie..i of the U. be dq"
i.ind. The i is S.
we uninl our crop 1835-6 1,243,397 pIe inhabiting, not -aishing to
( confused by the strange Dutch gabble. ;principally
: I no man can go through even a single cjty But of color named, proceedingfrom and the portion of i I.! IIuri: iii.i :I I haithes ni ja'Il.n'II.11 om i hielh.; of Our I ihe union bod! Hows i is our ill l.wI.its veins.It The the last high two prices ol Cotton for short periods.wilhm uar representative! eleciions, in a< each WafhingtlID.Ia.cf Ibe counties'sor L0e10bert'e&'t'! a

I Holland without being impressed with the the handle, cf terminating a fan, a little in to a CICIHIMII I the: uvs cl'.lIlr."I\. !.;! ; Ii l. is allllltl'" Wltl' ihe.viit, nnil, I it ypeaks (he emigniiioH I vear t,) the!ler IR:tie induced lands an 01 l immense t the miutlrwesi netrro lo 'Congress Mich: under Col.an Ge at u IV.of the JUKI Legisi., orlows lfuof ye n.ea "
: greatest respect for the Dutch .r .1' l' : \ have nunle! il gan. ad
'. t character As ven.Stars.aich were then in t'-e n-iii'li': -ci.l i : I I .J. p. ijie.: \ ihepMiiy the effect of wbHch we hn\t already seen inili was ihe successful candidate; and we arf l
a.
_ f yet I have not seen a beggar in where the id colors -I -'I 1 I a nf 1.1 jiiierty wn.i uinrui I <* high to W IUD(
price IjI
.Hnlland.- pi : were IIUHI 1 l hrt.li I Iii. Oc' ir.0 ?:Cu. grain,, fctc. I is iotsnmni'.ly that he intends to repaii speedily
i e ; j"I'! ail| c' ,-v ""Ii.| i hil Mf .I|< |tt'i- ; ::1,11'l. '!
lhat has been known
.Nothing said of sionally streal. ; claim his
1> their neatness while alternately: : with *iu .i .i.-, ihalju !present prices coiton. .seat. ancUndp
fr: is i exaggerated. They are undoubtedly the but the latter was predominant.: 1'ne scu-s w.m- d !.I'\'C'I 1..11'j! I'I it illls'II- mn say I 15 1-2, ;ami' whaig, $1,30 |per bushel, when we 1iSImpftflf$ were Major MartiJY a n
i I tUwoagh
\ it M -lll'l II.f s,.all; .ias al : :ol Qreeii Bay-each of whom, fill
spread over were of an II..ICI' \ Ll'1 lai"imo ciiiisiiler.iuii $Hit- :
extraordinary laIrsfcuIiivating.aiid.r'IiiiIg J
neatest people on eurth--and the hn.t.inry.: .. .e.id. time ill IrII' '
womenBcrulJ bn anile same
1r People were :immediately reminded : \1.1 gi.itiinde lo ll'.I\t'l, ih.it 1 is I II i- CHUnn,. |he wheat farmer 103 was goit.g:
till I tit t .c .n- mi actually officers hD he s..rc
hum .
received Jill I
night / icA in
morning scrubbing s .an/i.1) nl'ihai I i \ whatn al-me i-ouM: !
everything which was seen in 1327, but which w.is CMIIIIO, >I'< : i.tr\t, l'l: nilu-s; Inure money, tuthie hind and acre, titan the be of votes for she odioi oitarritO( .fk '"J

G I } p( it, pillar, floor, door, steel, brass : not of radiating bands from the polar horizon, bai u.e value ns of in the 0.1'rest..seier.ne couminmtics h destroy the coiion p'anier; from; which we think we do nol ih ?event of the excb.sic D of theteU0fMkbif11 rep .,...

deduce au unfair inference when wes81.unJc".t I 'Es .. -

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I tO te..r (i\'C \bC uuucr .iauu inat Major Mountfort command- -
tbe 4O Suaes. tfriUrg-ir..m.cli Michigan, as inglit Fort Pike;has received orders .from, g6 *m-. I Do.u'lh'c their splcDdid out oTiinity CLutch, will have tog\'c up :they will soon materially interfere will? the .better I -- __ w -I& _' _

1; JgatC' frcw1 be hh'lb been CliOCfl br ment 10 hold himself in readiness to march into.FToi to other ayocations-.vbile establWirnents and betake themselves qualities( (of American, which on that Account are LAND FOR SALE. .
Wr.chl the ucrMhI Indiana wboliare pretty
1.2101' oC\hose.wbo VOted ou & lately show of Annrk-e susceptible ol'lurtlicjreduction.. j 1
Jants
maj 7ri v Cot some symptoms (f disinclination be wil1 startup with large i4 I will sell Plantation I
m. 10 removed
"tfefa boundsu 'licill : are I fortun p, and arll' ? -- _. my
belle _
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orjginI -- -- -
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the II1H1It not vi.ling and ready to leuve Flor.da away m Broadway, n -- ------ '
lenable
aftuge.Ier by the end of 1 the SOIREES saloons. 'f-- -- --- contahtingonebund! rdamUit.yacre"i
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,0.1ion 1 eem ht has" to tbebet llteresl8 of the WaierTitorl -- the year- Car. Gll:. MARINELT. ;I eighty acres of which *re 'I!- pic.l and

o"that he may k able' 10 \ uiidcrg''td fence. T
hope It is said cbuihUi "nrcin .
we that
hra", the coach _
at exhibiled in Wall street :
of .Reprcscnta- I .It.d and! cuvit tof.i Jwr'.fin-H'! .
Krch-
House HORRID MASSACREE. the ; It1'.ur nw.
before.lhe other infmnf POUT OF ST AIARKS.
lay, of the j -
bh right Exchan.rp.and made en, Smoke Housf, hairy &(. Th well
A few days since nn --- -- re H a rn.nl
ontrageous to order
BtptthlWl.
I massacrce was : fir -- -
_Sl Lu'a' committed upon the family a Mr. Blown: in >te- Florida, Cl.Vhite, Florida, was made of .Huan'D, : i of waer on th-premise*. The plantation! 1 i., situated '

wart county. The wife of Mr. B and four out of I hoe oak, and as all the other materials Xl7! Sclir., Lady Washington Swaim, \utli mcrdlJ.ui i i il.rre miles \Vrt fiom 't 1 .iMahnWc. i"re i i- a

FLORIDIAN : five of his children were inhumanly put to death byI I I \vere inaniifactured at the manufactories of the daze froU JSc\v Orleans. I j i iSAILED fine ream of wafer running iir>ugh! i if I sv/ssjpn

I these savage monsters leaving only one small boy builders, it may be said! to be a home (but not a I 1 I. will be given imnmli lie y For n :ihcr p? ;j ieitlars-, :

UAUa1b.n.mAg BDS to bear the painful ncws to his absent. father. The homely) production.-N. Y, Star. Nov. _.f Schr. Wasluntrion" Leeds to New O..leans ]') enquire on th. premises. JA.ME-: LICK.Ucc. '
with 54 bales 1-Jth I8O. ISSw
particulars of this bloody tragedy, as we heard them cotton. i
SATURDAY. DEC. 13. from gentlemen of the neighborhood A French scientific 26 UriAldebcronto! Davis, to New ork with 260 1 I --
are follows
as : journal certifies to the efficacy -
hales cottoit. j I I alltati.I:1 fur Stile.!
In of the ) .
t frequent of
consequence depredations of the common salt in
fixing whitewash made of 30 Brig Wave Lenis Charleston ith 3G2 bales 1 I '..t
StMll'OL&.C.-\n express from General neighboring Indians, upon ihe property and prace of lime-The water in which the lime is slacked: cotton. to \I- r.iiv O\t a tIIoi4 ut in< ciflCCII;! iiuni.ieuhL ; acr"s of -
week call our frontier sealers in stewart, the citizens general- should .1 1 Land. I f.Mtr LmJlllrcll i.f vvhifi i cN -d .iml i.i m
f" of this be first saturated with -ir: airuliivaii.ui :
in the carlv' part I ly bad convened and resolved salt. The whitewash : Dec. 5 15r!; St: lirl Ilclmcs, to XC" Yoik, \ i ith!
,rrh'cd to prohibit Indians thus t.fh't t-nlcs: i-asi i.f T.illaltisseI ', on the '
e11 for rn.rn.tedjcr produced is does crack 3:0 t ll.ilcs
not ci.ion. I
cube TerritorY Irom hunting or laboring pu the Gcoigia side of the permanent, I I r<> HI 5 .ad'nr \PItll'cllu-Pn: which! is n l p\\dlin I
IdtlttheGn.crllM thee nor come olFuprm one's hands and clothes.! :lir. l I\lIl1\' S.nith to New YOlkttII17! ( bales -
from river. ,
: to the .
the fr Contrary wishes of the citizens, one or I j 1 louse, tint II HIM I. otln: 'r :buildingsSrrcwi ,; :., a \' ed;
protecting rot:mi. :
_nI to aiJ In Seminole tribe The de- j two inI1n'i.lu continued employ Indians to laboron ----0. ,i i and fprntc.iiioidin;! t '.nlf. water. For furtl1 er parl1e1 -
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of the their .lIOJ'c -- --' --- "
; pnrlino farm The citizens, finding a large party ships of U"aJ''Y understand that the \' > CIHUILC| at ihisolllcc.H 1 : .
& pronlptly rt.pondcJ' U. by thc. Acting issued \ of them nt work in the co ton fi Id of Mr. Daniel :Navy Commissioners have made an application toi G1E\ERAL O&3X3SS- : '1'Uh IS33. P-lw p .

nd "as rvho imniciialcly| McLcod, proceeded to drive them Xfl in the Grand V __ _
III I ; doing i Island Company I I iheir .
. Ur'BIte \- ) \'hi.h. .. .clirrnh... ii.1.tnl". ...1 ....' r".I... ..... '. 1& through i agents.oanmei -vvyQUARTRS.- NOT1CK.A I
Governor, Gen. Call, for r.l1sJIIg01, \ -- .H. n. t"U'v.''u ILIUIUIAV uo Allen & Co. of this city for; tic keel piecesof .1
on1CN to killed. 4 N cle 'ion f''UIiC 1 irect the .
Torevene > to
unfortunately
the death of thisindividual r rs manag* concerns '
sary in the I r ships of the I line and five I i in addition i- l
: cwlrcsscil 1 t nrcthem I frig-Jtes: !iL
I our a party of Indians was immediately or- .L.7:2', of the Central: liank 1 of Floniftheld wilt be
I suGCOur 1 to those contracted be finished themin 0 1"ll''J -
un\cer to on Tuesday 1 a portion of the t \"I2.c.l!, who continued to prowl about the country to down hy --.-.-..-J.".'1'fJ.._--t7 at th; b.uikni house in Tullahavttr mtlip MondayCashitt. 'oji i
August last. will he the ( (
secretly uut.i fair itself] They brought 'x- ; I 11 Ith January next. L. TllO.\OS: : :
and afterTa'BfTna a opportunity presented : in / ,
1De. txrIe| ad'sl7 w'I |hastily, .. semlMcu1, I the.absence Mr. Brown, fur the ,'onsunlln "ion of I canal early next Spring.; -.,". Y. Journal of Commerce. rc.IIEAI Pet. l 12 1 Id3:. ISGw : 'j
: aJJresi by Gen .
lppr1tll'll1e| their wicked plan. It is not known to o-ir informant '

fer) mc'n ic.d., vJ .their sor' j whe her Mr. Brown was < ngjgcd in driving them ) ( I Ncirrocs For Sale.

,!n.M11I\llt /Cixl.. ;: yttllug kIt 10\\11 the ntxl I'\'C'lIlII I Iriuii M Le.Kl S C\llI:t n fie'd' or not i it is b lievecl lie From the Mobile Ueg slc,. Tallahassee, Dec. Sj 1835. J nE subscriLo.- will! cllcr for sIc in Tallahassee, :tT
II ;1j'IIIY: w s i.m. T-iis: f.Ki: liiwever would nrt ha\e
, \".,. r (.IIIIIII,11Il1'I' ut.c allt. 'i'i lnl"ll. .1'1 II'cn'. ''.. ven cd I ilic: n si l; t ",.\\hrc :inan, tor an Indian Ir-' is l.x\s.-Bvall ainxal at Mi-xv Orleans, rO.UE 7th! l Il t._inl nt of Flu ida! MihiM l \ ill j'arulf.u. \Uia the I I"'lh DtcV. Sixty likely YOUNG -

,9iIt'I \hL' .". tlic.r papris j hah;CII received liom Mntaniuras 1 {'H Salunl.ij: ; tiic: li'.li instant; at tIC city oi'Talal 1- EGr.fJi'S: ; about oic-h! >! "t"whoiii atc YOUNOML.V
hi iiti'still :1lill": ; I"- nititfo, and i ih uriuceiu are never nune secure !
r.1'lIltlfllIIIIC.tIhJitIhl :1'cry : i i agiin: t tlii-if S h : the whenonce I II to th.'. 12th Nu'i'h..' contain prorlatuati 1 issei:, I'ully! artncil and equipped..Oll'.ccrs com- and the h"Lwr.c YOCNO WOMEN. Among .
icliry tall guilty a
atlstleai' ccHwtU.'I'f \age ; them .
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1a(1iMIII ,* Ii'It flU I 11; Cmnpnnicr, and all I others, uiU i take notice are some good CJo!:", rou-li C irpcntus. & .- :
J..t-\'rs.1! their I lieuilish I rcivu :e IS c"ci'cd I from the IS'nval I :and Military departmentol :\1<.>, first j '
I ICE' Tile batta1ou wh,11"ubled The I above, and rcj ort accordingly. 5Uy a rite Man-C ''I!*. IVrsom ishiflg to
Govcinor fci'-n
has these
informed of
,1)1) CI1'ltrihl1tcLl their quot:1S. the r.onllnlllli ofCIII and IIlc .tizus of'tes'trt things, Mexico, signed TOUKEI.I. to tint authut itil's : c-ulLrof tlicCuIoix.1, 5 puirlnse, will do well t,) \\utt: tht-ir anivi|. as such a .

wiU ht' ph'cl"d under arc uuxiouly"aitlU of the Slate TAUMALIPAS them IS GiO. \VARP, .7i//V: nf.JMASONIC superior lot Negroes ims IIcn'l.1wf'n -tier -d in Talia.issr.e. -
D wIll' will 110 doubt gi'c1fI1I..1 to sec what coIur..e:11: be taken to punish the mur calling upon THuS. R. AlcCLLV.'OCK.December '

:. PARISH elntl Ht-tD, band.Anulber I derers. If something is not done by the proper au- to arm for the subjugation of the Te.xian", JNOTiCE. 5th, 1S3J. 17'JwKXIX'UTOll'S 7

aCCOUllt "fthdr g11t\11lliule thiirity, we apprehend they will take a summary whom it describes in the blackest colors-and -
a b' be made u b,. U. is mtemJ- mode of redrrss, which may expose the hi\es uf many $ -
levy will lddiliun31 menD of ihesc unfortunate Leinjs-Col.[ Euq. 7th ult. a Circular of'the same character by Guerra u/\'L*: :: SALE.bei :
1.
dby G n.Can to raise MO or 300 Col.c Commander in Chief of Taiumalipas, addressed $$$ -.1:,... '7':\!,;.'.:.6.iti .. r'\l 7ILL sold on toe second Momt.iy i in Jan'y, ..
commanded by 'f" ry
iliis dlstnct, who will be From the Casvillc Pioneer. to the citizens and soldiers of that department .. .... ,:;,- ;. 'i v? 1,3&,111 AfT.-i-son county, near Jill ticcllo! at \

The diffcrent corp wi1l asscmbdSown I Report has just reached us of the apprehension, as it must we suppose, be now denomi- g ?., '. ,':'"-r--" ...t'2 : the late rrsidcncr: of Wilhaui iM.uhtis, dtc if, ail the

f Call will assume the by: the Georgia Guard, (John RO'SIOI, ther with a : : 1... ,. Property of saiL deceased, n>nsi tin; of L wJs, 2sc- (
when Gen. fine gentleman from the North. I hey were pursued by hat: -d, instead of State. <, f9 :. ,rots, llors.-s, C.ittle, Cnn, Fodder, V.\ncJ Potatoes .'
o
ClllnmsnJ ul I the whole m person. A compa-[ the U. :. Soldiers stationed at Calhoun, Ten!). afar The New Orle.uis Bee of Thursday contains nreport l'I W i Plantation TuuIsle to ton.mcncca. II 1 o'clk. :f :

.rrin'd !ast evening from Quincy as the line of mis state, where the cnasc was taken diiecl I lioiii Texas, via NacogiloclifSjWliichif ; "l'crllls-Cji/, 1 the tiisi January 1:7-Notes \ :r

I1V o\'ulunteers Capt.IIlrrisul1. The officers ndlo l up by the Guard, who succeeded in overtaking it be I true, is .f l lie t highest iii tertsl t. The inlor- ,gnLmli'crs rj" of St. Joii'i the r/van dist, will \vith uppiovcdurii.: .s. .J

I cmmahd'd; by credit for : them at an Indians by the name Sneaking Rabbit. ItI.I tutu i is derived fWtllca traveller recently from be celebrated in tln city.. on AlfS'.dsy the -2-'Ji} W. El. \IATL1CRS, Jr. Executor. i .
I entitled the greatest The crime with which they were charged, it-ems' ban left he understood ; 11100tiC IcY! Dt.:. f-Jth! l I&3.; 17-J\v .
",Miersrt acted I Felipe tie Austin \\henhe I ins>'.-A plO cs.i"1\ \\ Ib uc fonneil at the Ldc Room .:

I tIe prumptlless ,\ilh which 1hey have In tJ be an cHurl, making by tkem, to an.use the Che- I lie a rilly tit Cos tc) be in a dcMitue condition at 11 o'cloi-k! A. f.!. and procco,1 I t.> the 'Court llooin, ..fl.tit.

cCC'Ibi'll1. A company ot cavalry from Jack- lokee.s and Negroes to the commission of hostilities: henmieil in by the colonial I troops and effectually here an oration will be delivered, and then proceed I\; u'1'1cE.DIL t;'

in this place on the white citizens of the Ch> rokca country. If shut from all cniiiminiicaiion with the to time site ot" the Court ilousr, \'hell> tht ccreiaony ofbyintrtho .
.,
ln expected ic. arrive up country. WILLTAM i:. CnCMSLIUOROTJGlJ .
is information be found in their ,
the
true -
county papers possessions Corner t lone will he _
; : perfonvcd.Tlso. "
CuI.pilUllan. While Cos anilall
: I UmommIt goeS under the command of jo far to prove tIle hostility of iheir designs. at Nacogdoches) he learned that ; \djaccnt LuiJtt-s nod I oil Masoni? CrcJhern! in I FIT A VIM.t i t lic..ti.t hituaclf iii F.oiida, oflers: his rI

such is dlc spirit mauilesteJ I heir communications had in a gre/it measure, been his I forces had surrendered, and i that the Texim good saniling, arc : lojoin in lh<"ccr 'HOSHL->. I Li.k1_ p.,i. .ssiiiD.il st'i'j.e., to ll.e i..haluaius, ot'Jiaua -

In shelrt!, Lc carried on in the French language,which tor want of Deptities had! in consequence, returned to the' By the Cimmi'.ltc vl ..firnnyaie.u.Dr. ..!,.t ani Ja. |lI5 M -iuuv. tie will oc loaod a: alltii.ii1 '
:.
t'\'cn' vherc, Ihlt IIIC difficultics cannot to. knowledge of that language, tIe Gu.-rd was unableto Consultation t which had been -adjourned by (lie : tllh 1 I IF ;. : 1 : -. .\livii lI.t i: p.-ic":s.>..aliy! Lii;a;td, at thd 11..1- .

brou"jht to a IipCCJ tcrLThatiOU'FurIe compiehcnd\ fully iheir designs. Time alone can I jire.sencc of t Ihe enemy. Tile Bee confidently oe- <.n.<-"..11' tin 1.1.1' "';.1). l'tl\. .Ih'_ ,.. .4 t

: deveiope the ttuth of the report; but we trust for the lieves il.is 1'Cllorl; atulith some misgivings is to KN LEON SUl'KRIUll GOUUT; I "''',.4." ._ll"., I l3. i-jv- r'.t
,.
Plirckc-A company has been formedill peace of the community at Lug, that it may not its accuracy we must be content just now, with To .March Term, 1 IsttZCliail's t

? and of pro\cas true as present appearances seem to indi wishes that it be true : llaire, ) :
disposal
our
> .* York for the management: cate. expressing may Stop the iurdercr !.
the VS > IX ATTACHMENT '.
be to
valuable nact ot Land to intelligence ul"t'quallllollIcut permanent
tins rxteuMve and very the title1"tlrrl111Il1 --- success of'the Texians: is also received, that the Ira Sunburn, ) UXE HUNDRED DOLLAKS UV\ AHD G
t oiled) Ibe Al'J';'Kin-colt Land! Company, A FHE. cIt FI.E -The Currier des Eta s Unisin rH Ulidcrenuant, Ira Sanborn, and .11 other ptrB .. "
til'the Texian resistance is becoming extensively !.
) / l eiiuittl-le has hl.'cu"e.ted by regular fernng io the foreign new, by the Ninth Amc- principle sons interested, arc hereby notiiV'd I, ti.ot a u utot tV' ILL tive- the above n-nard fur the ippiciieii- :. r

Lewis McLaiie, the Hon. Jos. M. llt a. has this paragraph:-All is culm in !' ranee; 1 f po, lil.r in oilier staes: and he general I ait.iclnnerit has been sued! out o2% the ,,Ul.rks ( MIICIol uelivcfv u> tb.,. nnt autuoiily' ttct.- .11tJ:
H.n.
dredMU the Davis, a* trustees J and the only i inlel'. StI):; article we find in the Freuch es USC 01 linei':(. m -lexico, is about I to be iiulenti- Lecn C'ouit, in the above stated casciuud that! : tlfy Let: county( L i cIr;- I LL, (.1' lJ.\ \ji.Asi.La, \v io m tLe '. .. ;

Wmte, Wm Claries AugUNtu ]journals. is thai ol"! toe cons.d table naval prep.,ratitms fled with I ilia uf l\ xas. In va nUlls quarters there are her by ri quired I loupptar and plea9 to the ucri I Tnition most hI/I lilt and li"t kui" n..u.i.tt, Oiinut-icd Vv ilii m .1I1j'

The aff-irs; of tlie Company to bo coimncted by said in the maritime ports. Besides the large num- .ire open insurrtctions by Mexicans against t.m: UCCUidI.) to the Maiule in such :.*SC nuuifurtdprovided. 1.:h <-n a.nitiy c.ui: liic < ;I nisi, aid \aul- f .'. ;.

di i colors part ni' hm are alirady *n Florida, the brut vessels at sea, in the single port of Tou'on, ta Anna: and his ceuil r.i 1 de1',t 15111. General \l c- JA:5. A. llEl 'UJ LUT, .->is i uiji-ut ,;3 '>.' .() jta.ti-t .1.:;;', iaii.tr iiiiliiL 1u'J'u.c1, j'i :

in f.-w the second ire )zt'1- IK2| lSrj.1. 18. A triieV'cr: ruitHii: : iau% all ltd 0...u:; JI-* .. .II"'I' a \\CoIl.lIt.., j j.tul :
rtma nJer arc dIlly
they u til he ready to pro-eeJ .o the sa-e; of the Lands ni"t'e"Scls ol'all sizes, ihs greater part of whichare what .success i* hot yet knmvn. Several influen- iNOTlCK.A : : lu.in 1' 1uu v .
without intermission.:' : ii't. C 1.1f iI.! tin o>it .v.cvs.ts ul iiui- his
.J and the r disposal in other respects.Tl prepal ing tial officer of the arnV:. 1 former pdherents of Santa S I shall be much of my time in! the WcMen.L .\', a> he id tiu ace: *, in i HMU \.u.ui.. it i>a i .ui.kittyl.XJUUU'.tl

tlillrculues l.nheno apprcl.cnded about the titles Fiam the .\'. Y. Cmtr'u r 4E.q irer. Anna, Have aUu declared for the Federal J C"tsti- country, nil persons who arc indebted to inc liy I tsi.hk l L.tit ".lIi Lt tt/U.iU :tl.. I... aiot;., -

are harp I ly aJjust&l I, and ti panics will! be pre. OUR RELATIONS WITH FRANCE.We tniioit, and in consequence great alarm is said i J l h; I !ote or otherwise; are requested to m.Vvc i inm.eurjte ,, aiK'i.M z.i.t-d ti.'IIt.l'' cd t.c t;itt ajut...ii) t"dO..l1' iuirotiii'.us.
Centralists, Zuvala thc 1I11111arv and those to wom.l! am ini btcd whi tit. ;t.i'iii-ii.u >. h ,A L.i. .
the
clear ntjd indi>puta -le i title*! prevail among paynlcill,
give
juiedto -
are rre i-ti..h'll'd to file conclusion, ihat the oiini.nndant ot" Texas has addressed to the Mexican their claims with lilY ageill Ivr s sttilcin'nt. by the lin.t( "tln.uLcl': 21 17 5ud"The

\ Tat K&t't, w l Utuler tand. wil take place next iii'Globe multi newspaper for a war is endeavoring Message t.. c..u to prej-aiv r..s.-or, the pub-why ; Government and people a spirited defence ol I shall! return to Tailahasi.ee. TH. JEI:;. GR2ICX.Xnv. ;, ( eco"*.!H. .",.d! ;';cntkc! urnal, rvlcnj o

week as advmisfd, and although many of our citizens else is 11 thai we find in i s co.umns: from day to day Texas.These. i\.w Orlinn" 27 1S3:. J.*.(It nitiand Floriiiaii, *i d teat ,':sv, \.III iti-iu t-i : ulu\e

,. and member of the Jocley: Hub, will necessarily ti! ,! most con cmp.uotis language tow a ids ranee .' signs shiov a growing concert among theOl'pOIlClIlS -- !! otic 1JI'.lItlJ! ,llla ji". aa U.4.1' a.CL/Uiits fy Cuitl :.bll: torON

absent, yet we a e aisuied much good sport It is said that on the to't.t Sept. despatches left this iii' Sa : Anna, in Texas and the rest LAS I' FLORIDA RAIL ROAD CCJ'A\-l lU tH.1: I".h' tjiat. -.

port fur our Charge in Paris, directing him to mike oftllc feiati*-and give encouraging prospects of 'I L'll 1: is hereby given, that a ifeeiinij of : .
be articpated i'hc lljr.-e ol \le MS. Campbell ;
may a formal di-zuis.iI i..i*' tLu imlcrmiiiy, and in case ol' a general and successful resistance to Santa Anna 1.. Stockholders (f the East Flor'n-a! Itttl1o! ul Coin !, I'LAN'1'iu'S l'" 0"1' .kL1.,

, IUd Robinson' arrived a day or two URO, and among its not being paid unconditionally, io return at once Mtxico the principles avowed pany, \ ill Lie Leld: on the first .Alonday'cl: February, .

I II them kume cot-d ones But uv are sorry to learn to the United States If this be so, we may liour.yooll throughout upon Ic3t, at 3J o'clock P.of at No. I Coniijcrci.il \\ hal fill ; I I : A LONG CRLUIT.cIC .

I that Cul. Pmmans fine bore Francis Marion, has for his arrival here. and the following, 'rom by the Texians..More Ih City of iioston, to chouse Directors for the! year mu s'lL'Scnbir r otl'.isli/r:i taietlu acit-sct LAIvDl ,

received kick on the leg which if it does not prevent the Globe of Tuesday, may be In ended to prepare eiisuiii>r, agreeably to the act of Incorporation.SAM'LS. !I JiL l ty i iKa uiln.iiwt, Hl.\ .MonticLhu : :..10acresot

the public for such an event. At all events, uch difficulties icith the Indians. LEW 1:, I'icitlt'mif. I. v.hu'h i.s dl.l'c.lIll L L.' r a :s o..l( Icuci a gccdSt.
his bin named in the Post Stakes
j may damp language from ibc oiricial paper is highly censura- The Columbus Sentinel of the 27ili ult. says: Boston, Nov. 2-Uli I6:>5._lru.i.I"TUB I 'ill..Ut.olbl', U.IIJ L'.et.uI: :l'Cl.JtllI1 11o'I t',
the a dour of his backersbut, nevertheless there LIe, a, ltulbkd to irritate trance and prevent the ; 'jts: atid .. cjiD-iiouai.y. 1 \\ lit also s.-ll luti
\Ve understand that a rencuuire took place a I lewdays Subscriber having rented the More .
are s>ill enough ood horses on the ground in the tayiueut of the indewn ly. loimeily I 1 busl..... Join, I fl-JU.I.' .. Fi-ddcr t\\ti Asulc; c, tliecI
Ale-ssrs. Ltndcnleei
since about twenty-five miles! below this occupied by the gcrt uiijoiiiiiig the
stables of Col. Pittman, Mc-rv Campbell and Rub AND ANOTHER MISREPRESENTATION. place in the neighborhood of 1l cC ilnid's Ferry, Auction Room of it. J. llacklcy, IM U.Ch..t; tt! nlarcaJsUlunPiitofRCADV a 110r"c, l'.tl.wuva: 1""':,:,..t.0_

ison and Mr. Alston, to insure three good entries at1tat It is said in some ot the New York prints, that we and MADE l CLOTHING, I ,

every d.). have charged Louis Philippe with violating the solemn between three infour 1 while men a company winrh n liu oilers to tlu} ,:? \\ II W iIi c ::U I: and C\t.illt.; \, I ?O..r'sLJSD. t} LI.J 0:1 .Iaroky! Like,

word of a King, pledged in terms in his ratification Indians.: in. which .one Iud.. U u. was killed .and ;I ;I.u.,- .1..1.,....-.'-..._j's._, on_n.ilio -u.oit.____-_a-i.M::ilr/._._' >..g'fl....". 1 i'm.... p'.i. .ii.._ : .;:0It I \\ bte: b "l'.UC.I, .. c. ,It, J ',\.1.1\.1', V"ltst, ;GSi
'1 ---- uf tile tredty-in-. having paid the itnlemUi another J.HII.v'IIU ull.tJ. rnrinepurpn.se tit revenge It.-HXL-'UV.: ...d il"ii' f-. I lot rut i1.. ..U.\t. 1 i.u.s; j: Land

FOR THE FLuniDUN.MR. y Oif> rt it *tea aj-proprtattd. the Indians have MUCC tleMioNcd I a wholef.innly -_ _ _ __ _ -.--- I ..re t is* r.ut1 i i.utiiti t.:., int> tl.c: t ; .ucu LL.I'ill

Eniron.-1 beg leave through the medium of Now ih our remark, we admitted that the nfuinl : wtio weie innocent and knew nothing of AN OVKKSKKKVAN'rF.U.. I i ..i' ;,..: "r,. lUiji' ).L;,;:. l. ii'lJ 1I.lS. d t.ltOIi ;-ci' acre..

your paper, to make some remarks in reply: to an to appropriate miglt be he.d sunieien justification I the difficulty \\ earenotet in possession .A :1IAwho has: had coi .iderabht.xprtc; cc in lJlt" ... 1.1;. IoU \, iLLl..A1..o v.\. .
iion-fulfiimeni of the the first instance the busiiiL's.s' of'patiiiii: :, and ul L > is Ju.lv cvin- I .
anonymous and lengthy article in your last, and in fur me treaty in all the l facts; as.soon, however, as we can get I thl'llIl the cuiifciiluf I'lu.tatioii P, :. I wiiJ! a'so CI''t; TNv: roo, I lji/j uhscJiarc:
been lIlal1a : qenesal a -
but insisted the .elt'lltlU
mat having !
*hicli the writer other "maters and money appropriated trom an authentic I somce I we will lay I them before \ ; '. ; "f"tl.tt..Cc: b c !...tLit5.1UCLAL.1lU.N! .
amongst many and committed to the discretion t.f the I in tin abstnee ut his cinploycr.i A nun: \ it.i .i

tKinp in general," indulges Hmself in some unwarrantable K ng, his holding it un'itr prettiice that e wants fur- the public. This much we Will venture to assert: I' small lamiiy, and of hone, sobt-r, slid industriftts 1-

charges against the Post Office at this place. t.icr eip.a.ion of dIe President's meaning afer the that in I ibis case, as in many others, the innocent I I'I'a wlllll rl'qulIttl-lIollc other need applv.

Pissing over the numerous details of marvellous letter of Mr. Livingston, and the official sanction of have been made to sutler from the imprudence of,: "-2.h Dec. lt:Jj. 16-3w M. AVIivOFF.'. I KT -

scenes, which the fictitious traveller beheld and in it by the Executive, is a violation of the pledge of I other V Q.U, \.t. ..QJ"4ar : : I

the King, that the observance of the treaty should! (o aid (tocffnor
kich he and his Waccamaw or rather thetToWaccimawsboresotoospicHous j.fS\. Sal t'Lin'y :.L.iig of Florida.
poncy not be evadedor any cause cr pi deuce whalsicvcr"A LIVERPOOL MAUKET Oct. J&dROIT f -
a part related ] G. !. ; ; V?.*" / !It.i. J.I1L..< cii')it was heiU onkn.: .,iaV I
too. There was a considerable demand for Cotton I llJC'l'1Y'S ."'L f' r. V \.j tin twilt..ii i a> (October, eighteen hundred I .
to vividly and so wittily, that it is almost a pity from New York dated 24th ult. I.. q..
letter :
,
says ._. .4C' Ju Mvii.utra to rei.'i'e;ciit HIM several
that the in the early part of the week and the prices of and thiriy-u'J /
?
thing had not occurred I shall in the of affairs .
actually con There is nothing new poSitiOn our TCrnlur1.1
ot'Lhi: the ncxt LcisLutiveCotaneil
AnlericanalvuwetI-410! l2d lb. subsequently / :lr Counties .
LflCmy3ltozbos the firm that the ;per ;
c points in this laboured produc with France- impression is more :

Uori, in j 'hich the public and myself only, are interested matter will be finally adjusted, withuut commercial however, there had been less inquiry, and $ Axo WlltP. :M", At said[ Ehclion, the follovvin in- -
resirictions, or ho:lil1i es. We have no tears of either the quantity ollered being more abundant, priceshave
and first as to my having abandoned my oflice. I J. i'iLif El{. I di\Kiiats! lecttvcit the Inghutl number in the tbaowuig -
the
market
without due notice. rather receded, though has closed! '
The aOllual income of the Post Office here is about on American descriptions of: Auctioneer 3* Commission .,j erehan/. \!: ( ('UtItiC?, to \% it :
at an improvement
1120 t it : lu the County AI.tclwa-Snn-.uel V. Waller.Do. .
b.USOthe Lspresumc-1 therefore ihat the Post Master AFALACHICOI.A Oct. 22. Iper In ; all other kinds remain as last quoted. SALE DAYS, Mondays & Saturdays. do. (Columbia! Uigdon I1rwn.p. : .

other mode obtaining the wherewithal!, been facts in The business of the week comprises together 2b'-, Tallahassee, Octpber.t. I 1S35: l-tf .,. do. Du\ii&-Juhi: V\ at-ren. :
besides There has some recently developed
the
perquisites of his t.oth e. From the commencement 040 bales. $ J.IeI.S In 1\lor! .on,
; -
which
:. relation to the navigation of this port, shouldbe I' do. 1. "t-bit-
of the sales have been fair Negroes J lor sale.w I I i.JO. .5'l |has. M. 1'1 .
new mail line to August last, I un- made known to me public. Oct. 2 &-The this week 0 Jllt

wmtthe increased duties of the! office in the ex- The ship Superior, Cap.. GreenleafCOO tons burthen and to the trade they are about ('qualtu: the consumption lTILL be sold at Auction on Satnatoy! the Wilt I f Do. do. Fraiiklin; -Abraliaiu K. Alison. -
pe.11 wn that is than the i 'VV of I December, It; Likily r'NKGUOtv- | I i Dank 1 L. h.e nail, .
some recompense would be made me.wtnislwasdsappoiucd.and is now in poll, within sixteen miles of town, : but the import more I ; outgo"UK'S day D O. do.I uaoiucn- \ .
thall.a of ; Cash or discountable: at the Binl.s in T. lltll\s-I I I ( l.haiii Johnsui.
which is 10 miles nearer ship J her s.ze so .hat the Stuck is inrreused a littleCom" paper
then wrote to the \ and valuable! and 1 I Ibmiltonli11..1f11 :.1. Hunter
sufficiency sotThey me faithful: servants, nl".11)
Mobi.e.. a
land Giecu.eat"repons
lItpuuneDlalld could Capt. d with 'hat of last year at t I this period, we have
n
resigned the url ce unless the com- of wrttor over the bar at the East Piss, andsavs |ha of 100,000 bales ami of'vIiieii consist as "folloi P, vi/:-1'r.i'Ti's a valuable! servant j I, Do. do. llilUborotigh-i'amuel Milts,

peRI.1UI1 was increased. Business tequirinsj my the lla\i at.ulIls mucn better iliau thai of Mo- an increase near ; I!. for gtniiin Ct-ttnn, making n.ats, baskets! 4'C. BOD, !i Do. do. Jtilcisjn-Hvirctt 'V hile.

5e1 .appointed a deputy, and was gone off ad I bifc. excess 40,000 CtHlSiSIS.of Ameiic.au descriptions. it :o.id I'llIu.llIlIanlot very robust, a steady hand, I do. 1 aCSOn- S : ,etirc Ha\ kins, -.:
on atee The I trade have taken less so lir! ibis year than: about ill ofa LIDA, a good cook nnd : Do. w ( U. J.Hrown.f .
months. The umls: in the n.ean time I The ship Matilda, one of the line of pacLets.is! ai.d ycais ;c. :
hare did to this time in the last, by about 50- hand take of eh:1- I tunuicl II. Duval. >
'c..sou to believe now landing within torte m.les of the town at the they Iii) housekeeper,and a first rate to care f :
were regularly for -.da..d"nouied. usual anchorage for vessels ul thai class. She is &50 000 bales and it appeals to be their intention lo$ I drcn. JIM, a first r.t uc field h:1II.a! tolerable Copper Do. do. L eon- Arthur '!!C)1J,

tons burthen. Capt. E.lison this day dedaicd his follow; up l iheir plan uJ'11Ierel.buyillg for immediate I aued 31 years. PUILLIS, l.is ite and cxctiknt good James .c. iierttmci );

The assenion that the office has been removed out preference in favor of loading ai tile anchorage, consumption, so that if we have any improvement \\unuin, a good field hand, aged :t5l t years. l")AMiLa 'l U Jia U.:: Dennis .
ofio"'" is false of wharf first rate li How, cotton picker: plotighman: &r.. fare Do. do, l\Iadis-Ardl McNiill.in .
it is near the centre and in thc through the aid lighters, to J'ing:1t u saying it Hiu.st arise from accounts of damage to
very
LoUt and risk and atd 11) MAIIIIIA, very Itl.cly. a D.. do. :.. -Joseph Iliggntbot ian, .
it"1. kept in when I the it could Lc done with equal despatch, no the a 11I1 that too Ila decided lIa i III re. hki-ly, years. }
accepted appoint- crops tjood rook, and lust rate hand in .t tie bouse or f h. Id, I Joseph L.Sn.itU, ;

meAt.Anot1l.r .. of The losing Capains IllS: men.ol the line of packet_ ships between P. S_,-_ The sales. to' day are' 2530. hags,. i including !I ;aed 2tl'ars.. JIM her son agtil 5 years last Auiist I Do. do. St. John's- { Jt.ohu1..Hamlu_ ::{

OUt ---. ..--SWlw seems- to be that papers are given- this port and New York, all agree in reporting 14 200 fur export t ;" in some instances rattier less ; I.irgc, !likely and! sniait. SARA a jiood field I Do. do. Mosquito.Charles Downimg. _

oCtbe office' instead being forwarded to the feet of water over the bar at the Western Puss, and has been .tcceplcu.Oct. hand a-cd 31: >ei rs. ARAII, her dau-Ltcr, agtd 3 or D... co. \Vastaiimtoi-\\'ashiintOi1 'labcr.Do. '

ibiS is also false. We >metimts give state that 11 J feet was icquned to float some of' the-i- 24.-Our cotton market has been all this 1) years", a smart (() tl'Il picUir.: J\XE, i hkfiy house d.). ''lllhn-ll.I. G, Kamscy.Do. -

'*'Jlhose papers when there is no directloaLnd ships in going out of port, and found no want of week in the same heavy and dull stale which we girl aged 15 ycai>, \\ ot hctl hi.l fcum: Ar. biL\ M, a th>. 1\ronroc-llcl t'ltzpatrick:
wrapper or UUily girl, a;fil I34ycars.: MARIA, a t-iost valuable As appears by the returns ot"said elucltoi legally
water. the close ol our loiter on the 17th inst.
wc find
noticed
hitn it impossible to forward them, The l Mig Apalachicola, Capt. Spivey, arrived today at :rvaiit a first rate n/lll., noiu-r and vas'.erammd! a giK-d made tn nic : :THEREFORE, lu pur&iunce i.t"tnw

pltinL?* Uy olher caj*. From the many cora from New York, and came up to the wharf The transactions have been, however, upon; a hand al any soil of WllrI; FLORIDA hyr ($bll IIlC", a I do I.C'tby proclaim: the at01t&aid in-liuduals .

VsometiT bound l believe that Florida raP"sGj without a moment's desention.: This Tessel is about large scale, but such has been generally the anxiety I hl.ily u mulatto a:cd 7 cars. And \\'i L1.\J, her stan duly ilicinl .\1 t nit.iet-s of said Council.GIM.N $
holders to effect sales I ihat a further decline ; J under hand at the 1 in the fJ
ined some where hut it must be 170 tons t'unhen-haJ on board .seventeen hundred ; a liktly mulatto aired' ii or yt ars. ( my Capittl, .
,,. ere the tTil exists and I in bhls. She drew SCVMI and' a half et water, and the of l-8d has been establlidmeti, and even at this re'duct -- II. J. ll VCKLCY.DC" City Tuhabas-sce: this time -ftti day u:

*4 oethis (root the am the morc con vin' C.ipiain reports not less than eight and a half feet at mini, the trade di) not evince any disposition t to fiih.: l-3". la-2w i;__ _ December, A D. 133. '

*> P a circumstance of receiving Flori- any shoal before he reach. d the w harf. This vesselis extend their purchases beyond their imniedhte LAND. AT AUCTION 1 \ I7tf GKORGlK.. WALKER.Cheap [ .
: by the
'Ikich! aboulJ "ay of the Columbus horse mail one of the New Or.eans packets, and is quite as wants. From the treat; increase ofonr stuck, they the :31st day of Dec: next 1 shai ofler to the .

I btkive have be sent by the Augusta rout. large as could be made prontablc in so short voyages are under no appiehensioH of:any sudden or I..:;. I ON ':c&t bidder K) acr.s 01" Laudj.5 u: UO of Cash Store.

lELitian I hue anSWtredl..lI the charges worthy under any cireums.auces, which goes to prove terial rc-a( lIull, and knowing from experience I ihat \vhich! arc elearc I Ill.e balance: in wou ". The land FTJ1IIE subscriber l.It'CIS for sale low, fill' cj su on'y, 4
i iQ this writers that the navigation of our port is sufficient for alt d about J ot'a mile from town #nd adjoining '
'tcngthly article, and have underraed the purchases required for their present consumption [ is shunt _S_ a gre.il variety of new Fashiunatili! an J ataile
an
-, however much it be : hy
torUluuk, that 4ie productions hu its purposes, may cannot, at this advanced period of the year, the p aiitaiiun of Mr. Cat tubers. ; Goods. His: stock of Gi'wl ha\in:; l u n puvluisid
tri R kostile interested and selfish monopoly, &c. 1'0ttlJ.. Hi 5\v II. J. HACltLEY.iN he Ucoiitn ... that
l.ntis -
will continue the most advantageous : ;
Itehings and lcd probably t on
I a longing after steady our ma i they lo JO
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ns or make: il the intciest pl.uitt-ts ai.d cilnts, to
o1ce. that of caution until better O T 1 C E. t. he can
some
J. W. KING. GREAT TRINITY CIICRCH C. '. act upon system i He would c..it the al-
him call. paiiuularly
Cbut.boocbee, Dec.9th, 1835. This (says the N. Y. Herald is one of the most reliance can be placed upon the esiimates of your FOR sale pri.'Atcly a likely negro Ifan ..I'or> 45 give lenlion of a the Ladies i.f T-: IlahasMeai.ilivmuy.. tote _

remarkable cases ever tried in this State. The l'TOperly present crop. 'This is now the point which engages ;1 old-app'y' to, it. J. HACKLE variety ikftant and l":!tiiouaUc articles, _
: called the Queen's almost I exclusive I attention as It will so materially Tallahassee Nov. 14 1833. ljjrU6T I great
.ta.I.1rDl._Weare in question was formerly an .. which he ofiutr sole, as \\ cli us ll.e plmilnbwho
bile R.egisterof i a athorhcd to -tnte. says Farm," and extended to a great extent overthe present influence our future juices, you are better RECEIVED and FOR S A LE by R J would do welt to embrace this opportunity of supplying -
nib *"'*.*ui OTucrs have site of our city, AnUeke Jams, a fine fat, hearty to offer this CK. and Ma pis' GoGds
wlBoed LJ the Secretary of War situated than we are an opinion upon 0p HACKLEY, :30 barrels Fresh! Shp< FLOUR, tilt msf Ives with Negro thing ,
direccd to DUTCH VROU, owned it about a century ago. Trinity ; low C, C. U 1LLIAMS.
.; : r'rrD.ltnd Dr. important question. from new Wheat: Goshen BUTTER: do Cheesein at extiemtly laies .
McHen'7t' to The
l re-oi in since thai time.
ofUSed
en their Church has bem possession
ifcp 17lf
Ii33.
; p"Yf to This alc order of uch will"d. as haye not been ccr- property is now valued at THIRTY MIKLION or DOLLARS Our stock of long! staple cotton is becoming very boxe10 and Jackson bags prime CHAMPAIGN COFrEE : direct|,Ii"kory from, La-the N.December U. I wi'sh r.th,it to be distinctly ur.dcrstord, that I _

: $ ,0 beTe afford the principal chiefs and its yearly revmue at THREE MILLION//!, heavy, say about i5.250 hiahesllrnzil, and 13, layette Maderia WINE in, l.and 2 will not sell Goods on a cu-diiot 12 n.onlhs. ( J. C.'V.lnL&.Nli .
Pure
'Goat Dot dhpos of their r6er"a114 which by the charter is far beyond what Trinity 200* bales Kg.tpiian. to which will be added about Importer : gallon --
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: 1bti11 PPPOrtliQj'r. 01' bringing them into R1ark Church is authorised to hold Numerous and vital bales! ol the latter, that are daily expected demijohns.
4 the "lgrntlog officerllr ir the the decision. If 14,000_ ; The above srticles may le had of R ? Hac ley, & orcvcr (h: clii't10U fr tQ
removal interests in Ibis city are pending on
; PePIe to ihcjr nc* homestrcst. of the Mi- the Court of1 Errors should decide in favor of the prices which have declined about 5d a Sd I per lb. at the Warehouse of D W Dorsev, St. Marks. I4I
fashionable who from the highest point are now so moderate thai Tai'.shaasee: l"ih: October, ISSt. ltH{
heirs a great( many very people


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h --J.1USJHNS\ N n ilG :-- R. UALSEYMerchant J. B. ... sale at his store-in Tallahassee.ofwbi3wiU a.general a* Throop, Egvad1;, .)r. kNQ. "; .,
be reQ-
& TAlLER of the prices .
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I DRAPER sortment goods Portrit Hetd.r B '
... )1APERAND TAILOR. lated by the market They will be sold on liberal ling Diplonm. NowN I aV
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lIlJ.fl Merchants -
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and time payment.
TALLAHASSEE FLA : I terms both as to price DoorPiates. ndall kinds of A. '

I .- .: (1\'ext do JCorth cf F. TotoeJeweler! iff Monroe st.) I FLOK1AA I{I in the interior can: be supplied resonable with terms.goods The to ecuted in a superior mnner. i hpeciintM: g ?..
and former finish their assortments on at Mr. WiUonVBook J2fc
j' friends and the OULfl inform his friends Store.wh re
his
would inform (;; lospertfuily
frTE rcpcctfuUy the obliga-
to state ldWE
.U.SL returned from the JN '. I. I '? that he has just returned from subscriber feels bound publicly, Tallahassee March 19th orc Ill b
public, that he has just I II Fyi customcis, under the and citizens of this 183.
is to
he planters
,. it.i a new and splendid assortment of GOODS' in1is I ..\'tlC \ vrk, w ith a new and splendid assortment: of tion for their liF:'eral patronage, he hopes ,r Sign and or I &_ eNR.GmrS
!! line. Feeling grateful for the liberal share (iI l ii j i'd'1 '/'ft I il lor I 4( : [I iS. \\ Licll he ;j now opening at the old and well community renewed exertion to meet the wants of this b 1 .

I maze, : heretofore extended to him, fco; hopes by btnci ;'.,.,w 11.1.: ..: 1 f U. B. & J. B. BULL, (recently occu- that will find a reciprocal disposition, : :
: of the same I It I ''it. LI. A. and to which he mi growing country, .
; Pierson)
merit f.
'.Ition to a continuance .1
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it ,I" :: the of its citizens, are Oii J
on have
Cash to part
1 1. !l .1 1re and' Central assortment t (ft'onsisIingofthc 1l31J, 4I m.Jr TALLAHASSEE, t-\. .' '. U H ". t-.ill\ es and tIm'e examine.viiowi-:his. :o assortment pihase ,cheap which for consists, in Nov. 21 15te GEORGE LANMAN. eral stockof the; 15th fnst.'at APA'j/CHlCOLA: op M!
lvl to whic
: we unite

) Q GODS th
of he follo\\ ing, iz'-
I
art, NOTICE. tion of
," our r nI l
1 mill', black, mixed, green bottle do, invisible and'rakcncfkdrt. Blue, Black, Brown, Olive, Green, Dahlia, Mulber_ Term of Gndsden County Prompt attention will be giver, dtilen-lgenri
Plumb the next January
Brown, ,
London and Golden Uli3 Blnc "
I. t : alld I Mixed 03SisDillDj(| ILD5 AT .
i* concealed violet, and vtctorir.e rr. XlJmZlu. the undersigned Administrator of the estate to us. HARRISON 4.
7.: ,b1alc, mulberry, Bhlck, llixet.l1Jntu flJli.I1iJj 1l dec'd will his November 1st, 1835. '
brown Petersham, for over coats. UliCKSKLV: of Benjamin Chappell, present 1331.
;
and :
: 1-ur.le. Ural Hldck, Lavcncer; and Steel-mncd : -sji'ncv
with said
p and Vouchers fcr settlement estate -
:1' it Accounts
th NOTICE?
CASSIMEKS.Curded ,- and super!) Aiticle, never before otfered in _
; ', and of Market. consisting t and pray to be discharged therefrom. months after date
buckskin, checked pnnlcd. VESTINGS of every description. application
; dia-nal, 'V. FLAKE, Adm'r. SIX
_ .e Bkck Silk\ Vel- I "ibm _
,. 0 richest colors. of Black and Blue\ Cloth superior Hon. the Judge of the
luc Tallahnssrc. Junn 17, 1835. 45-fim.'
.. BOAT'S HAIR CAMBLETS: of various colors, vet, Fancy Figured do., splendid patterns, QUIlted Jackson County, fo Lter of Dismi ]lon COr
i :\ lor Cu.lkHl11J! Wrappers. Silk, do., 1erino, Valencia, Ch like, Marseilles Silk, NOTICE.SIX Estate of Andrew G. ; < ecd. t

VESTINGS. ... a new style of KnglUh: Fancy Silk, do. weeks after date, we will apply to the Hon. :H. J .HOLMES, Mfli'r.,

t Splendid, English figured silk, figured.sllk Velvet, DIRE flS MEASURMKNT ALSO, A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF Judge of the Gixdsden County Court, for August 22 2-6m

;, : eUl ta Velvet, figured: and painted Chales, intended fori '*."Iil.I! indispciimili1' H E 1D Y-)Il\DE CLOTHING.Among Letters of Administration. on the estate of Thomas NOTICE;: ------ ----.--

; urtics. plain and figured: Marseilles, Brocade Uuilt.i.gs 1. I 1' -(tilL ...... undci coat. Wynn, deceased. AT the next January Term of Gadsden (CO
I : S figured Welting, frc. BuffCuwmeres, Stocki- 2. Do. Waibt. which arc the following Articles, viz:- JOHN WYNN, Court, the undersiprneil, Executor of ik tZ I

urtt: expressly for parties, checked, striped and plain 3. From b> 'k-stnm to elbow and !KUU.KHj.. ,nu. Blue, Black Brown, Olive Green, Dahlia, Violet, H. H. BROWN \Vil and Testament of Johnathan Thoro4jLjN

nrrinoCascmercs, of dillercnt colours,stocks of every 4. Round i 'tc thigh.G. :Mulberry, Green and Mixed Dress $ Frock Coats- Quincy, Flo. October 30, 1835. 13-Gw present his accounts and rouchers for setlement r

desciiniion) Linen and cotton shirts, bosoms and col-. Round the knee Steel mixed Jeer Coats, German Camblet\ Box Coats, with said estate, and pray to I c discharged *?

lars: Gum Elastic Suspenders} linen and buckskin 5. From the 1 h:-joint to the ancic. fined with merino and silk, quilted throughout, a new COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE. H i lhefr

I J I (Jloves, merino and silk Hoes, half do. lambs wool! do.of By the above scale of measurement cnilcmen at a and superb article. Superior Blue and Black Cloth subscriber having taken into partnership Gadsden Co. June 5 4-6m 'E'r-

:: \ i.l ud and plain silk Cravats, 1 fancy Handkerchiefs distance, ; may be enabled to forward-tluir mcAs>ures" ', Cloak for Gentlemen. Black, Brown and Olive THE l brother, Thomas: E. I indeiberger, the business NOTRE--

t' I I ':, Ivctydcscriptbn.Nctl: Drawers and: shuts, ilannel which will ever meet with pl'omptlI'nltoll.. Green, do, for Ladies'. Blue, Bl.ick, and Drab Cloth will hereafter be conducted under the firm ot G. -

:: I r C and..} cotton flannel do, R. HALSEY would respectfully inform his customers and Cassimcre I'antj. Black Mixed, Lavender and H. & T. E. LINDENBEttGER. AT the next January Ter n of the County CO

11 t READY MADE CLOTHING. I It an-1 the Public generally, that he is continuing Corded Bucksin do., Blue. Black, and steel mixed Sat- Wishing i to close his old business, he requests all of Gadsden County the undersigned Adminis
.
: i. Dress and frock coals, Pantaloons, figured and I the TailoringBusiness in all its branches as tinctt do do Round Jackets. VESTS of all dtscriptinns those indebted to him to nwiko immediate payment. trator of the estate of Edmund Giicht, win

..' plain silk velvet, ,rlcuLn! ; cloth, bilk, satin, und plain' successor to the late firm of H. A. Pn-rson ic Co., at Blue and Black Cloth, Black Silk and Fancy Geo. H. L1NDENBERGER. present his Accountsand VoucVr? for settlemeri win!
t Camblet his old and well known Stand on Jcll'erson! street, QUIlted Silk Black i said estate, and pray to be dis Jiarged i
stud figured marsailhs \' Goats hair Velvets of all Patterns Fig-ires, Tallahassee, 7th Nov. 1 i35. 13-tf JAMES terefro
Cloaks and Wrappers,-Indian Rubber over coats, opposite} the Store \.If11': Dorsey, when- he i recciv- Satin, English :Silk::; striped, do, Buff Challice, Valencia. I G. H. & T. E. LINDENBERGEK Gadsden June M. GILCHRIS'AI'
Frock coats Wrappers and Leg in!';. inu: a fresh supply of> Merino and all the most approved patterns that I county, 456r
,J i:: %Also a full :supply of Silk and Furred WRM'1JfJ/m/ lQQ,>> arc' to \Ufmndamoithie latest importations. Also, receiviog per schr. Chase, from Baltimore, and daily B YSPEPSIA ANO-fi,-ERO:1PLAI .

IIATS.-CAPS, &c. Consisting; of a splendid assortment: of Faslnnnl'i i a large assortment ef .Fine Linen Shirts, White & Red expecting by other vessel'', a general assortment of Dr. J. P. PETERS, Proje. Phy *'!'.

His cloths were imported fiom the Western part of! Superfine ,_"LUTH 'ASI\1: EllS, and VEINGS, Flaneldodo. Drawers, Stocks, Gloves, Silk Handkerchiefs GOODS, consisting Groceries, Diy Goods, Shoes I dicine, who, for several years, has devoted his

England; and he will warrant thl'm to be oqual to any of great v riety ol colours and siylc; tn i-'hr with \ Black Silk Cravats,Gum Elastic Suspenders Crockery Ware, Hardware, Farming Utensils, fyc. attention to the treatment of c\ronC or inttttrtbtl I It
&c. All of which offer for sale low Cash
brought;; to this market, he will also warrant them to complete ssotment of FANCY Alt U'LES :Mlk! Cotton and Worsted HiisieryJGcntlemen'sFine they for or t eases, has succeeded, by chemical dnaly.is and

be fresh, as they were purchased immediately. on the Stocks of the latest st' Cravats, (ilmr- iieu- l.cavrr II.ITS, :Satin Beaver do, Youth's Satin Bea- country produce. thesis, in forming: : combinatian from several pOx'1.I

ariivallof) the pp ckct from Liverpool, andc 0I1stquent: ly dcrs, Linen Dress Fi. .....-> and Coliais: ': llus: .cry, v I r tin, Fur r Seal I (Caps, Umbrellas i \ and every article Nov. 7th, 1835. 13-tf mate tples, to which hp has gj i't j j
not injured by lying; .n hand. He has in his employment pun ee Handkerchiefs, $c. k.c. whidl is needed (fur a Gent Ionian's outfit. Blanchard & Rider, } name ledicinr Stomachic tt Hepatic ; !
the best of workmenand he wlll'make up Likewise general assortment of Fashi--nab.e and J. B. B. \vould also notify that during the past Summer vs proved more elllcient! than any remedy "hich I

work in the best manner and at the shortest notice.- durable he has been engaged! in manufdctnring the above Ogjcsby. NOTICE is herbey given discovered, in curing those distressing maladhj

; AH orders from the country punctually attended to. RE.ID Y-McDE CLOTHLVG. articles, designed particulariy; for this market, which. i to'all persons interested that the above suit has been mind and body, which are gent rally comprehemiei, i,0

Nov. i!1st, 1835! 15-tf Coni'lingof: Over Coats;, Cloth and Goats Hair !for( cheapness and durability are not to be surpassedby commenced by attachment on the following property, der the sweeping terms DYSPEPSIA and Liiu-Ci lI.

4 -___________________________________________. Camblet Cloaks, Dress amlFrork Coats, Goalees: any in this section of country ; and as the work has levied on a belonging to Elihu Oglesby, viz : 1 Cart, PLANTS-It is likewise an almost certain cure for i
1, LOWEll SWVANNEE SPRINGS. Pantaloons and Vests, of almost every style ol .bi.-en mad up under his own inspection, he C'n with I 1 yoke of Oxen, 1 Horse, Saddle! and Bridle 2 Cows largementof the SPLEEK. t.,

subscriber respetfully announces: to the pub- goods and fashion Also Linen and Cotton Miirts, somi* degree of confidence, recommend t the stone to I and Calves, and on .eightl: of Land, in township 2, Among the symptoms of D rsprpsia and LiTcrol

,1. THE that he has purchased\ this much celebrated :ISett Shirts, Drawer: ,$-c. ..r. those who wish to purchase} a first rate article. He range 1G North and East. : the West half quarter plaints, are latulcn.cy., SOI ICS or burning m the s* !

.! Mineral Spring;, and is making arrangements for, thc The Subscriber ha\'JIi: on a large and well\ winild merely add that hi!. Cloths have been purchased section seven. Wrn. HUNTER, mach mouth .lrrtal"lty i : "' agreenble taste int '

j accommodation of those who may: I bo disposal: : to try laid in stock of Goods will ...im. lunice to 1urnilithose :immediately from the Importer, and are from the la- Sept. 12, 1835.. 13-13w for Plaintiff. ; great irregularity of ippetite, which j is 81e i'

its efficacy. The great reputation; which these waters who may please to favor him with their custom tf-st arrivals.Tallahassee. NOTICE times voracious and at other imes greatly dcfcitDt-;
.
have acquired mi. ht render' any rCl1nrksuper:: with rticlc :n his line on ihe lo\\'cstlerms Octob.-r 12, 1S35. 1'2-tf! thirst, fttil.breath nausea. w.-akness. of the. stomach!
any '
I. fluous but the writer ha7.anltilt': :a ..t'rlionthat, there for cash or proiujr.. payment, and humbly solicits, as;; ____ __u._...____. ...___. _.___.._.. ...u... .- -- --_- 'fT1 TT1\TflTPT(1\TPfl.. .4....". .. 1'n..tb. .II 0 y.arnbn.tu.\u.)<, UH" : tU- anu I erucianons- palpitation- I crowsncss3iTC"ularjt,'
: tire interest of Mr. Gideon
of the bowels
: .- tiro diseases\ : which may not) ) be n-iieved by a proper he hopes to merit, a gen-Tons !sh.uv ol patnona) UOWANU'S TOXIClIXTUR8: Emory Merchan- pressure on tic stomach after mcall:
Ii. use ol them, unless too laIc applied.' To tho Tallahassee::; October 1st! 16:5:::. !IMf tie establishment conducted under the fin of Bet- pain in the head, dizziness m r vertigo ; confusion (
AND.inIiCo.tiue & in this notifies his friends miit, i with the 0
\ { tOl Emory place, andcustomers atlnJec loss of : ,
RhcumatK: the happiest consequent es invariably re- in his immory !
jAs: the subscriber keeps constantly employ Pills. vnniro
he is
that
in > stomach when
now ih-
receiving a general assort- chilliness
: Milt and the same may be said ,,1'l'ersolls' laboring first werkmen he will empty a f fsiglit
and e
rate
steady gnuiant tIt.1'lilc numerous attempts to palm menl Goods by himself with in and and
consequence care pain weakness in
the
Bos hearing
the selecled.by lack
to ast- tN
somatic derangements
j under or hepatic dl orders at the shortest notice, in the
to execute ii'iitations of llowand's Medicines
valuable New York
: Ion, and offers the sameat languor, disturbed sleep, cold feel and! hands
r niatic and a higher recommendation tnaor.
HALSEYA
: can be given consumptive than is warranted by any spot we know most duroblo: and Ca..hionrbletylc R. :* on the public-he has determined l j confide the: reduced prices at mail, at the stand occupied by I uneasiness in the threat, caujh, pain in the side oi;
ji
4 bules to in different parts of the the late fiirra. breast &c.
: \ of this side the Atlantic. In as much as the Atmosphere : exclusively agents ALSO : ,
: f is without that hardness: t.nd moisture so fatalon .I ei-untry, from whom 'done t the genuine articles can b" Ii Expected daily per "Harmony direct from i The above maladies lead to organic a flections of lii l

the roast, and is salubrious and warm, without i had, and( to guard the mure effectually against time im- Liverpool!, on consignment!; I .stomach, liver, and heart,ter li' ating I DropsyC

those; sudden trln: *-.'ins often remarked in a southern I piisxi'ins' : of unauthorised venders; helms! instructed 30 tons hammered IRON sumption, u prexy,&c.acco ding to the lamateh

\ climate; the, adjacent country. is a pine barren, his agents in Boston, New York, Philadelphia, and 30 Crates Earthern WARE its, age, sex, and tern eramM t of the pallent .
arilinlincr; no CHCl1Instauc'l'l'IUJUl'tIVC Malira, and Baltimore, to make no sales lo merchants and others of 180 pieces COTTON BAGGING Prepared by J. P. PETERS, M. D., MiUedgerfllt

I r the settlors; from its caihcst: date have: enjoyed uninterrupted any of the MeJicinci to be carried S/uthvr sale again. 10-20 sacks Liverpool-frotnd SALT Inventor and sole proprietor.Testbnzials.NtmnierOUS .

health. A town has recently' been incorporated Large quantities It! pernicious article in imitation of which he offers at wholsale to Merchants at or near I tjrtificates might bduccd .a
I PBRLWTED the genuine Mixinn have been manufactured! bv Lu- : New York
situated at the !spring, and all the attractions prices. relative !Jo the exlraoidinary cures performw
of trade and with the cius S. Comstock & Co of New York, and sent'to the i Cotton purchased usual.
good locality intercourse but
.,1 easy a by using! these medCeS; the following are though!
East and "NVest. ol mail coaches is otTered i South fur sale. The name nfRoicland instead of Row- TURBUTT R. BETTON.
:': by means : : sufficient to the minds of the most :
''I I to the reporter for pleasure ; the neighboring forest ; iFlmzFa 1 1I and, is on ll.e !bottles of the imitation. The genuine I Tallahassee, Oct 1, 1833- 8-tf satisfy the skep-Jal
tithed
'., I be had} of the From Dr. James Cf dmjn
i
; article
abound in game, and! no means of contributing to the mil: following persons, \\ .o are \ Ewel ..uI'
$ rhase ""l1l0C; oinmiiied. The subscriber will reside tne only Agents in this part of Florida and Georgia.E. I I NOTICESIX ion. or Family hyicat.NEWOKI .

14:J '... nt the place, and feels confident that the gentlemen ... V" B. Peikins, General Agent= Tallahassee months from date w j will present our vot'h- BANS, J c.2ijti 1S3J'

-, \\'h')''lIllc has employed to conduct the boarding es- wr William herr &. Co., Tlmni.isville; and accounts f I R settemen anal shall Mi- I To icnn it inuy. concirn.-Yhis is to cc 'tlfy, tt '.'
N ishment render FULL supply of Lundictlic' oupcrior pnnlcn James C. Eccles ply to the hon. County COUKV I I'c \\ :HU.\.1 iicoprraticn of Dr. Peter's&!:
tab will every satisfaction in their Quincy, Cflr If. )
her: -nd Ito seeds received wnrrc'l1lt.jfresh 1:11
and I
: > ver Just I .
j power. Separate cabins coiiifnitably; finished: and : : Kerr & Sturgcs, St. Marks, Letters Dlsrnssan as A-'ministratorsof' the wvuc. I I :tO"II'U' t ll>i>nliccc in a number of veryotJ1
'k .. furnished, will be in readiness for the reception offamilies i; by E.B.: PERKINS.Much Thomas Alexander. Hickslown' of Hezekiah Wilder, late of said County', DyNt ,>;>ru mui. Livt-r-atli-nioi snf \
1st lr..t30lf t.ltcd
: and every arrangement made to meet the ; _ _ lJarlU'IV l1mnls & Cu., Moniiccllu, WAI. H. WILDER Ath'r, wise Iii slverl cases of the i nh r;ementsofthcSfleti;
I demand for board and lodging: to whatever number Gnhlii' g Sf Folsrun, :\1ickasook)'. ANN BURNLEY, and its affects were truly astvnt htg. I have no bnitation -
.
I may apply. lib table and. bar shall be inferior to FRESH illiUGS, "TINES, The label of E. B. Perkins will be on all the bottles May 30 42-6m ; in declaring! it the most valuable preparation

none in the south superintemlants well calculated sold by the above ngc.nts. for those distressing, ailments hat has ever come witb-

I to discharge the duties ()their office. Surgical Instruments, "c. Tallahassee, July 7th, 1837. 48tfPROPOSED in my knowledge. JAMES EWEU.M.D.

J. McLEMORE: M. D. I HAVE just received a full supply of fresh Wilkes Cc unty. Geo.Jan.1934.

1 _N'en". 21_, 1835.: _15tfADMINISTRATOR'S Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals. Pure I VOYAGEr The u-dersigned can bear testimony to the superior
!
p 4 NOTICE PORT, MADEIRA & JUUSCATELLE jr/JVE { ) THE MEDITERRANEAN. efficacy of Dr. Peter's Medic nae Stomachic* el H*
,
; 1 I ALL person:: irde'.bted to the estate of the late in bottles, imported specially for the use of the i\ -I'j'' : \ ACI1 I will leave Charleston Savan- from pales in the cure experience.Dyspepsia'r M.and G.Liver JOHNSON.Complaint

A. Pierson, or 11. A. Picrs-on and Co., arc re- siek.y ci a till St Snowden's superior AMFCTA- j Jb. n.i., .n the first of May IW..t. jir-ivided a sufficient Dr.?P's personal Mcdirina Slomacrrcas:
: Hepalix are put upin
: quested make immediate payment, and all tin shaving :' TI.Xfi.: TKKl'HINIMJ: I OllSrr.THICAL, EVE, DlSSECT- m.miier of Passengers: uilci previously to the parcels wi'h full dirertiors for using. From one
I them
claims duly authenticated will present i tli.) l f January next
iNfi, and POCKET; IN.-TKUMKNTS: : ill cases. : to three parcels will be necessary lo complete a tore
J for paymentTalhh.issec to R.HALSEY, A.lm'r..j '1'1.1'I Konte i-Ki.n I will I h..1: I fallows, viz -Leaving
) :
I f. : j STOMACH t't.vrsm.l: !'IIMS, Silt er Lancets nmlT i The price is $4 a V
Nov. 14 1 c3r. 14-tf parce.
: Ci'.irle.inii III' :.ivaiii.ih. tut- ship \v all touch at Giliniltat
.j Cast iiii-1 N.Ii'J 1',11.&r. A ab valuable f
quantity
:nncet : greal tl'l < ve very prep
I: :. WAUON( MAKERS. I \\ I.., if the pa. *y \\'ha.ean\\ : opportunity' ofavccii'l'i'r'
TO An aswitMin-t: I i:} I JU1KJ I I I I1KUIJS I l from I the ,'u I. ', \iMiing: the IAD E and sold wholesale and lle- rations, will be ke.>\consiant y on hand by
t Sells I IRON AXELS H P? and-J i inches wide. Shakers 'ininnoviiirii ,. L adjacent SpanLO'VII 1' E. B. PE 1KINS Taahassee,
:! :: nnn! Balall.: (JitIIel: |> i-h :: ."iii < -.u.alra ihe ship will proceed to in Frederick couJity, Md. by C. Herstonconcerned
Who
FOR SALE by GEO. LANMAN.: llysop, :\h.! .. :S-i:;:_ .t... .M I .,!.-i.,;,,.. a\'tlrv'. I 'Mar-cilli: ami! I Iii- [Portof! Vill i Fraini, in the Fouth in the Patent with iD'r. Judkins. is retail authorised todisposc reasonab'e,f them, either at wholesale

j .; NOTICE.1IX :. I I'liyme: C<.l\i'v i: : 6vc.LIML II oi'Frunc.Nice being: liit.int: I 1J imies; Ii oat the latti The above Ointment is tlffered to the public as a obtained or of the, on proprietor.a Also terms by as they clb

months after date, as Administrator: r.n i'i-' I : ..l.'iC.: till! LKMON Sic ,-. r place: -Tin nee to (Ucnon and Leghorn where the sale and certain remedy forIhose; obstinate diseases, Doct's. HOLMES &

Estate of I Henry !Mmray, I Ihall jJl'csentl1lY SPICES of every kiiut tii-nnu-i; I IMIJUHUY.. I'.y' iy viMiihi" ; cuu-s of Pisa and Florence. De- some of which have so long teiflled the skill of medica HALSLET, W1LLUJSCambeltoDtMr iggist,

Account:; and vouchers for selt It'ment. English, lIT ,.'"*li, an dj i;i..' ; SMJ.... :rm.lPcr-I I i j..>.: iug; 1.1, ::\hurn, the ship will proceed: to then science. JOS. PRII: ApJl.chila
,' .. I rt oi C-\ itu! Vi cchia. near to ilome. After remain- 1st White Swellingsof every description.2d :
G. G. HOLT Adm'r.St fumery. _W ; .I 1'1'! : If-.i ;: ,f-fl. 2\1.- The followirg are few amoi g the many persons that

; \Maiks July 13 4'JCm.EXECUTOR'S _ nard &,- ove s ('(':,. ) 1-. :! :. \ :,; ,.: Pun-mI'. .. ir:. reasoiKilli.\ .' Line at l Home, the shp will depart Sore Legs and Ulcers ot long standing.3d I have been either eniirely cu ed or greatly benefittd ,
- ---- Schirrusor Glandular
fur Naples: win re they will visit the cities of Pompeii Tumours particularly within the last twelve months the of Dr. Pe
THERMOMETERS Hi ,
-\xt. I by use
m!
IM.-; ; :;
".4g... ., ', NOTICE. i 'u-d Uercuhtiieum; also Alount Vesuvius and the Isle those hardened tumours in woien's breasts which oftentimes ters' Medicine Stomachicae ,;t within ''lii
Hepatic
II SIX months after date I shall: present my accounts !L. 15. I'KKKLNV I : lot Capri. Leaving; Italy, the shipwillsail t for Mesina terminate in state of Georgia.Mrs. .

f .i ard: vouchcisfor final settlement, and apply to Tallahassee, July! !OMI. 1 1"i 1. [.m\t\ J J in Sicily; and also the small port of Caluna, near to 4th Felons, or what some people know by the nameo' Abner Hicks, Wilkinson.Mrs. .

the Hon. Judge tf the County Court of Leon Co. ---- ------ I which is Mount ./Etna, ((14 miles.) After which, the Catarrhs, of every descriplion.5th Capt. do.

for a discharge fro 1'.. the Exccutorbhip of the Estate .Al.ll1l1Jl.JV.Nd: J.WJLAs'; party will sail for Egina and Athens in Greece, and Rheumatic Pains of the jomts. Col. Wm. F.Jams'Vils do. '
,
1; <)f JUJU K. CampU 1, deed.FRANCIS. THE RACES over the Marinnna Course will come touching at many of the ancient o'ls on the Route to Gth Sprains and Bruises op every description or in Wayne W. Eglands, Esc. Laurens.Bryan .

EPPES, Ex'r. off on Wednesday, 13th Jan. next, and continue !four the sea -Marmora, they will arrive at Constantinople. whatever part situate. ; Allen, Esq. do.
August 7th Tetters all kinds. Itt this
: 2.6m days. complaint, the patient Col. John W. Porter, Morgan.}
of Cotton. First'dayA \eep-StakeK: for :3 year old coirs: (Returning through the Archipelago many of the in applying the Ointment'. must keep the partoutofwaler Sanford Chapman, Esq. Jones.
StoringShipping1 two mile heats. S.IK) ei'ti atice, half lorltir. Entries tautifnl: .. Isles of Greece will be visited, among which Alexander Irvm Esq. Washington
; K ERR 4. STUIlG EB wihlattendto Storing and to be made by r 1 ili; jJe-. marx, may be named, AvldincScin! andSamos. Running 8th Chilblains, or parts afc ted by frost.) CoI.Geo. G.Mathews, Greea.

shipping Cotton-they will also advance on Second (day v ( !tih pmeS.O:i ) '--.w.. mile clou n I the M<.dituianean.on: the African side, the ship It is also one of the remedies for Burns and March 1st, 1835. 30tf ,
Cotton entrusted to their care for shipment to any heats-8O IT w ill touch at t'.ie: Island!. of Malta, Tunis, and Algiers. Scalds. It eases the pain an(draws the Ore out in a -

market in the United Sutcs or elsewhere; and will Third my: -. .!h JIUINC' : :Sl.m; -umr 1 mile I' Tluncc the ship: \\ illlIcp,1I'lliJ1' Tcnerifle, one of the short time. r: DR. REFE'S

purchase at either their Stores in Tallahassee! or St. heats: -S'.0 eiitrain.e. Canary Islands! when she will finally depart for For Inflamed Women's Breasts, and Glandular, m Z[ D. DWDt3

Marks. Oct. 4th, 1934. ((8tf) Fourth Day-P.jp.ictor's! ; Purse, to l'urbiMIf the Charleston, or Savannah, by a southern passage. In Swelings. it is superior to any-iredicine yet known to one of the most efficacio is compounds m the 31*
entrance nioniy oJ the M-cond, Hard und jonrih days this latter Houtc, the weather is mild and settled, and me .l faculty It is mifch safer than mercurial IS class ofintet
TREASURER'S NOTICE. r. -mile heats, three best In five-$15 entiam-r, the wind constantly favorable for sailing to the VVest-! of any prepartion of that material,) because it does Disease MEDICA, for the en e of that stale. of tw

TRE.1TUREWS OFFICE, ) Entries to be made wiih the Secretary, by !9> o'clock ward. Besides the principal ports herein mentioned not lay the patient liable to injury from expose to erate and a vitiated, produced habit by of I lody nn impure, and usually two-
: Mod
T.U.LAttAS'iEEIarch 01 the evening preceding each Race. the will of the intermediate cold.
8th, 1835. $ ship touch at many ports, Salt
themselves in the forms of Scrofula
21st November it is The New Market rules to in all adverse winds. This Ointment has cured sores of stand ling ReQ.
: 182'J:; pro- gurii instances. parliculurlyin case many years
Jw: Bvidcdthatal1 Bonds executed by Auctioneers The Track is in first rate order, and exieiisive: arrangements The entire voyage will be limited to six or seven ing. Where it is impossible of imprudent to heal the Leprosy, Anthony's Fire fever Sores (even wMJ
4 the bones affectedhi (
_:...j ehull be forwarded L}Alhe Judge ofthe County Court will he made for the comfort ufj"lor! months, from the departure at the South until the ar- external sore, in consequenceof the bone becoming with Dr. Jebb'sLiniment.are e Swelng'1if .ot!
to the Treasurer of the Territory Florida; and that Several Turfites from Alabama: and Georgia, have rivnl at the same place. carious or rotten, it will stop th* progress of the canes, ) Fiullnd 1ld
and scald hea J in children,scur'J
f1' nil! Auctioneers shall quarterly in each year commcnchigon promised to attend! with stables of good hearses;, and The number of Passengers will be limited to fifty, increase the quantity of the discharge, remove the of sore scorbutic legs eyes Coi bnncled Faces.festerialeuptions
Pimpled or
- _. "f the 1st January, transmit tho Treasurer more than ordinary sport may be e.xpeicd arid not under forty. The price fixed at $150 00 per fonsive smell, and ease the paul.Itcureathe ,gout and venerial taints throughout the body.,

: f under oath, taken before some Judge, a copy of all A. II. BUSH, Sec'y month-the first month to be paid in advance, previ. worst Felons or !*Whitlows on an application which last case the drops oflsn cure when men..;
sales effected by him with the and what Sept. 24lh, 183j. 8-13 w the and the balance of 48 hours.
t amount at ously to ship's departure, payableat fails. They are also tho beit Spring and Antanw
time and place\ and for whom the same was made- The Stnte Rights Sentine1' Augusta Ga. the termination of each month-for which they will Rheamalsms which have BtQodso long a to becomea to purify and cleanse the from hnffl'r |
+ : and the physic system
Now, Auctioneers take notice of be found Wines and Provisions of the systematic disrder, requires-medicine to be taken inwardly -
arc required to Columbus E .quin-r, Ga will publishM\ al"'ve until in Liquors, which frequently appear at lh< seasons of the year.'f
: uid law, and conform to it, or suits upon their Bonds the 1st Jan. and forward their accounts to the :Secnv: l I"-st quality. The stale-rooms will be spacious and to remove them this enttrely. But in most common They also aid the process of di|;B e.,Uon,and,by puriITWtime *
must be insiitutcd. Judges of the County Courts are \\ 111 ventilated; beds and \bedding will be of the first cases by applying externally as directed blood the secreti of malignant
forpayn.T.t.; an
tary prevent bmolr
;
requested without forward and attendants both male and it will give relief. And eyed in old people, whos I
female
delay, to properly certified quality; nu- of the lungs. The proprietoi ,confidently
and approved the Bonds Auctioneers in their pos- POTSTPObED RJlUEti. merousand well qualified for their respective situations pains have been of longer standing, it will ease the ,I the vast number of surprumjjcuiea r effected r by '-Be*

1 Icssion. CHARLES AUSTIN, Each servant will be clarged at the rate of $20 00 pain.To i I in Bostonanc its vicinhybUtt tbrongo-
THE nttonly
: [31 tfJ] Treasurer of tho Territory of Florida. RACES at Maaianna are postponed account, per month. The ship is now censtructinjj in New sea captains and masters of vessels this ointment drops the the best
out
I of their conflicting with ti- at whicii.MH.. pt ofofhirenellnl.
Qiiincy be valuable
_ '4 i : York, and will be about 500 tons burthen. She will must very in winter on our coast it being I Ian 1ton.or
ADMINISTRATOR'S: ALE. mencfi on the same day. They will commence on be suitably fitted in respect for the excursion very certain in Its eflects on Cb blaias or parts ateete.) meicile. been pronoonceu.
I eery This
indebted the of James Wednesday 13th Jan. 1836. with frost it like wise speife. ha.r
t ALL persons, late Jefferson to estate: both as it regards rapacity and swift sailing.A pres veM, its qualities in aUcl of the first :sctab-Vily, vhs bad witnessed .
.i. county dcccased hich ;5cr-! Papers that have inserted select Library will be attached to the ship, A mates lesp as entitled, in his i op
ori illlllpublic.'ion Us
\.- which was left unadministercd may ::11': surprising
the late A
: by ( administrator large mass of testimony the value of this
powng! knowS
will be in the Ladies saloon.
Pianno articles
Harris of the Marianna Races.;, will please alter splendid placed ion.to take the lead of all the popular
.j., Bnrncy,) will\\ make immediate payment: Each individual i will be entitled his or her portionof most excellent medicine wi fe shewn to those who indeed it is gaining
the advertisement 1 fat
on before the first day February next,or therefore so is to agree with, the postponed. wish further information to Dr Hers for the above complaJts, an. CO1'1
notice. the lower hold (reserving sufficient: for water application thron/jhonlthe
ALLE' \ space in
II. BUSH this point /
public
will be taken :Sec'y. e.tntir
t steps to collect the same, and all ; : tons, or of his authorize
persons that all Paintings any agents.
t
''p having claims said Oct. 8, 1835 I0-td provision and ship sroresso, Statuary, I Price $11 bottle, or $ 5)
upon estate arc requested to present Wines and other merchandize purchased by The above med.cine sold by special appointment of >" PILLS
--
------- ASTHMATIC '
f thu same to the subscriber for the and warranted )r. RELFE'S
adjustment.
NOTICE each individual in Italy and other parts of the Mediterranean patentee genuine "
R. BROOKES, Adm'r. de lonis non will be permitted to go in the ship free of E. B. PER&INS. DRUGGIST.. and a little attention to their I mel! administratjon, ;

;".1'I., Nov._14th_1835. __I4-tf __ Is hereby given to all those; indL'bLctl to the Sub frci-ht. Tallahassee January 1st, 181., 27tf. n.ually ensure mitkation of ;.bese disorders, a "I6"*.

L .s1 J' NOTICE. scriber, for the years 1833 aiu! 34, by note or otherwise The i hip will be commanded by CaptR. W. Fosternow -- crally effect a euro. The Pith are also an elY and I'm
,4 who ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.SIX fectual remedy io the symptom us preceedmg
-. to come forward and settle the same mime commanding the packet: ship Milledgeville, For CoId'Coughs.
-ri Six months after dale I will apply to the Honora diately, as longer indulgence will not be given. has visited most of the ports in the Mediterranean, MONTHS from this datcv I shall present my ponying the Asthma, and Consumption and strict'!

t. We Judge of the County Court of Leon County JAWS C. ECCLES. and will be manned by experienced officers and a select administration account of the estate of Allen McGra- ditficalty of Breathi ;g. .tiAhtnes side
,
j dy dec. to the Court oLeon and the chest Wheezing, in the
be from County apply Lob across pain
Jo discharged the admiaistratiou of the 10th 1 crew. PCJi
Quincy ofSept. 35.6HvAD1lINISTRA'fOH'S of
any
discharged therelrom. F. of blood, &:. Few cases can occur
estate Samuel Bryan deceased, late of Mid Co. All applications must be made previously to the B.vWHITING.adm' of Dr., ,
20th January next, unto C. Seguine, Esq. New St Marks Sept. 26, 1835. ,-6m tau of diirdorlln which th purchaser eJ J*nl
UUUBU.YANadrnr'tx.Tallahassee ther trifling
jNOTJCE.Six York, or to the undersigned at this place. Pills m.not fn rich retur a for

18th Sept. 1835. 6-lf mnntlS after date we will apply' 'lo the Judgeof STONE, WASHBURN & CO. STORAGE AT St- MARKS. jre.or. ined ,on the I oui

; __ ; NOTICE. -- the County Court of Leon County f for a discharge Savannah, Nov 3, 1835. I 15-Ist Jan. THE subscriber having rented that large and com : None are.genuine unlew '1. AIronwdiate

( [ from the administration of the estat, ofWen. The Charleston Courier and Mercury, the Mobile Warehouse >rmerfv. occupied by printed wrapper, bythe.ol )roprietor Dr.'V. T. C t."
( THE subscriber will six months from date, apply Hall dec. late of said Register and New Orleans Bulletin, will publiih the Judge Crane, takes this opportunity! of informing his s rio-09
I : the Judge of the County Court of Jefferson county. above twice a week until 1st January next; Federal friends and the generally that all goods stored For ale at his. Counting fipom, over !C
public lad
C.
% t Bounty, for a oismission from the Administration of 4. HALL Union, nnd Journal, Milledgeville; and the Tallahassee with him stricteH attention, and their ,. Street nearConc t Hall B istthi, -

1 ike estate of Isaac Miller, dec'd, late of said county. Wm. HALL, Floridian, weekly, until same period) and forward 'i b attended u> wl and des cwl 1 ippoiitment, by E. D, PEA'N i

-I-_ FRANCIS" P. M.JLLEIJ..4dm'r, Admr's.. their accounts to the Georgian Office for payment.B I patch. prmpe. \& .

',: a t. IJmc 23d, J ir m Tallahassee, 8lh Sept. 193$. $-lf W, & CO.I I April 18 36-tf ,J. TaJUhaaMe, February 18.rr' ;

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