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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: October 15, 1836
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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tl.OKIIHAA"LAISSEZNOUS: see on the I day of October, 1836which to
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:' .ve min remedy forthos obstinate diseases, L. _. __w._.. _.".-. -- _- Q Yt aaaQ 1 U Q Baltzcll) Thomas 5 Berrynan Ben? H <.

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l1rltncr"I"C ('r I ttI. eli Iia!) fFP, _&1I -i William Caitlcman Josiah M 2 :: t, ;1
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purvey Guilford} Clayton DavU 1 -
'. SwclHnS! or every description.ic : : Butter Jacob W 2 Austin ; 1 .i
> c1sRA194cy Clardy
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Ulcerof! long Maiding. .I
and :
*'n 1.-* c .t% I Bailey James M Conaway AlfredCertwright 1
ro.- filandnlar 'lumours. particularly '.' Branch Nicholas M Peter -
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:: c inecitonioumn I I women's hreosts I. I l often l \ -- c..;, ; -p.________ Buckhanan Lieut R C Cooper Albert G 2 i V. .J
tho-e h -_- Bloxham Martha .;
iJIminMc in ulcerated cam*r* '.'''rJ/ ; Cog in Daniel .
APPA.NTED

in7.; I or what smcpCptO, know by the name.cirrhiof TRIPP E 'SConcentrated Butter Branch Charles Liltlebury Cox Cm-bow/Ilen Nathaniel J&& j f"

every .enpix.n., Bait !
Henry Claybourn Johu K t':
I ., t'rr..il1s of the! J01l1t!. : Sarsaparilla .
;III'1 Icuol : I .. t Bryant JamesCommanding Duncan Isac i
and Bruises of every Jcscnption or in.aeurp Officer Co ADn\3; Win D l i
C"II "prlllllS ,
t situate.i ,,. ( 'a.c FOR THE CURE OF Comtl'g do do -DDovct Isaac \ :

\-i TYUer< ufallkimK In tin's ccn plaint, tllA pantlB 4 -.:,-.W: _r. Scorfukus, Mercurial Syphiliticaid Comd'g do' do JOollherty'Vm i
I other diseases '
the Ointment met keep tha par ( Comd g do do GDabuety William t
applying & fk'LL supply f Landrcths WHICH
I /SUierlt I supcrioi garden DEPEND UI'ONA \ 4th Infantry Drenman W David ,i
and flower
0t.t of waler' '- seeds received nd SCROFULOUS Chaires T P .
warnntfed3fllf HABIT OF BODY. Edwards M D
chilblains or parts: affected bjfrost. h 1-csli ; by E. B.
.111 1ERIUrcs. Cook John /F2 KssaryThsmasJChason I: !
PUBLICaiuluua jcc. 1th, JS5 prepared by a new without
TO THE process, boiling, and is Mary Elliot Henry
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\ ( ''t'win"" rommmurl.tion, ad1CSN! ] to the pro ClJecntrated torm, thc active Cole Seaman R El litt Thomas B t

Jlr'or '.j: J.II dl"'ll'S Li 1111 II .::; iron th I I Oil. John. I PROPOSALS proved principles spcices! of of lhe smilax.root, obtained from the most 'ip- Costin George Ford James II '
'r' Icrof'on"css, is I.\lItCI'l'SllOg.I I For Carr JacobCunningham Ford Win P
H. iwlttshutg in Tallahaitscr f
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j au I a .J.Veckly efficacy has been SOLELY
; manner In MJIICUH > made, lAmwua lo be repeatedly tested in private PREPARED from vegetable matter' William DOutut.li Fills WmI ..
Paper
dlc$ "! character, l)" auls. "itIering entitled piacticeinthe successful treatment of the worst f.mns' DalL'mun! xvhic!, may & 711 r-1.'S.. ,.t... a. : -,
q.cIus j ..:. It, i"niuary til1 \.CIl&liIlIy well l cnlI [ 0>f j>ubicattcatuui. THE FLORIDA JjT.,1110II.IJIJ1.JY <:! the discuses, for the cure of whi'h Sarsaparilk is taken with perfect safety by all ages & in all diseases Covington Samuel Fisher Elijah 9.'.

"fI' .J. .WD recommended, after other preparations of that medi its c ire are for the following diseases :-Dyspep.a, Causey Eliza W Freemen Major Jacob B t.

AY.nn.To.v, J on. 23, 1 1S9.irl cine, the P.nacc&c.: ., had been used without ctfect. Lossof Appetite, Indigestion, Inllamation ol' the Jto- Carter Aaron Frazer John ( -

t II II sbtcn my wjsh I !.I' a considerable; ] time, Tallahassee/ Literary Gazette. A number of casesof extensive ulcerations, and affcctious math., Heart Bum, Dirra-ha. Dysentry or Flux Pies, Crumad Jonathan Fisher Elijah t:

nconi.iimii': \ ",''. ") y"u l''Co' od cij"irt wi I Lh' "liich I 1 1 of the bones, i in simple Scrofula, and in Mcrcmial is.nla, Obstructed Mensuration, Ague and Fever, Davis George Gill Elevandcr 2 .'
t M'-rtl tin1 ointment j/'fntfd by i1 i.. Judkiusandwin This Paper: J is intended: to lie the vehicle of MICH 1 and Syphiltic: } diseases, have pcrnitntly cured BiLi'iusor Remittent Fever, Typus Fever, Scwlet Davis G H 2 Gant James 3 :.
|((1o< i IIlltJrl1lt I ion a is snail: I I be I by its usc in 3 months without Fevr, timall Pox Erysipelas St. D.iviilst'ii Robert Green John W2 "
n I 1 11 new I undm-l-I."' IS made and sold by .' CI1'S interesting to I the Tea(1)ing any other treatment, or Anthony's Fire, ..
.n-minteil Dy) your If1: 1 ha\c applied this, oinimcnttiuiJi'stlic community gent rally. I Jt t isnot intended to be a except the most simple applications to the parts diseased. AsumiaPleurisy, Measles, Yellow Fcver.Costivcncss l5o.ieis.in} D 3 Gnddte Daniel R ; p
: poiilical) A trial of lwo or three bottles Wind on the Stomach or bowels Cholera Dupont Charles: } Ooodrick Ilcys J }
: :: : ltsi twe years to every species of f tumor J paper, in such a scn&e of the word as to in similar cases Morbus,
to ,. to will 1)IuVCthc efficacy and importance of Ccnsumption, Influenza, Colds, Coughs, Inflamation Devane John T CnlSii Lev isHancock r.
1l1u j "t.1111.1, w oiout! l.iiiurc 1'' lice a cure in everywrc. belong any political parly of the Territorial the pro
I ''oiibider lithe must. decided I and I efficient (*ericri I Go'c:ii mcii I I hut i or paration. of the chest, Palsy, Gout, Rheumatism, Infiamaiory Evans {James C John j" ,
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of! I be the I ; iinporlanl political It has boon found sore throat, Croup, Inllamation of the heart, Dropsy Evins Jackson Ilinton Harrison C
jiid Jy moll I";'MS> tumor, < ausexwhat ii I traiJ5ac.tionsvi''| he ; partir.ul.1cJuscful after calomel : .
} Jaiihfiilly I t recorded and shodlu I Rickets Diseases of Harrison John E .
: the Liver Jaundice Win 2 : 3
Ferguson
where that ,
tncdirine Difficulty
1 so for wounds has hccn
art'11' ''iac f'HllltllWl.llIlIg good of gfvcn in
I ihiv' it Iit tt1CJtS o.'thc t-onnnnniiy, be fiecy scrofu- if making Urine Gleet Hams Thos Dot E W t
directly implicate b H'stericsNervous & Scro- Finch Leonard !
lOllS
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It ptopcrto!d, that the .hablts, or the cure of a certain disease. t
i 1'11'1011 :
t'jII j. n'11: ; 11llIol''all: d.LlwJII.swc'IIII! :TI\CII :such lransielon; : they will he noticed in a candid I : calculated in such caics to all t isadmirably "nlous affections of the members and ligaments, Mercurial Fntcgan Joseph II Co GHarwell Clayton A :
e remove dis
o\.el' :llId dlsila"--IIIIIdC) and Vcneral diseases Ulcers Fester Col W S Hudson Chislophcr i.
; maBnel': Sores. Affectations
di IIIII1-lIcd ( aSe tr.-isi tl.c : and ,
j tl r IiUS. Ill) ; 'IJIIS it: iit'LlIU! 't !:' 1I11IY, le tore the usual vigouroflhcconstitiiiiuii .
.V 1,1 The o f the skin & all diseases Hill A A2 .
a, ;.I.rh; tliry liave: tleri.led would, Wilh'1l1IHIuln- primary: ohjrcj of I the publisher, will he, to ; and may be taken vim safety and .advan &c. Price, arising from Impure Blood, Ferguson John .f'
Lottie Hunt Fitch II
cfu.' ,to tl" rmtirr.i, waslIh1c'" my illl1"lC- //urm-'(", -1'IIIC oirr! food) than age when the system is mercurialized. The use of This per $2- Flake William ,

,a1 i; ; I.1",......, s-"*'Clc.cI by tie! \'c: 01 \lI1Ji.$i.'S ( II I 11IIl'111 what; is uSIIlllypn"l'I1Ij ii: th.- common: jirints ofthe one or two bottles on ordinarvoccasjonsoftJj.: kind, J Fall Purifier medicine in has those a powerful whose effect as a Spring and I Fletcher Hackney John Joseph FHunney Sr, i I ; -
constitutions Folsom Ebcnczcr Higgins
,'t I :lr: ;'itii'; ,' i"i! is in fine health ; his limb allecleil by l dt: .\ Whilst( t ihci,,:iJire, Political t ; I, Commercial will provcan effectual security "against secondary diseases i nourishment and new vigor ; such would require be Fountine Wm Game '' I

:\ln 'u''r I 1. mi! ; n -orcil ton pCI feet state of soundi'i ( :1I1t1gr1c.IItur.d! iiifurnialion: I will he !; and .n recent c:ses, will effect a perfect cure, much beticfittcd by using two or three persons bottles which Flynn ThomasFitzpatrick Hart Mar.'in SeabornII f I

AU"! i'i: It 'tin lt g fan a gcd man: that hail! been laily, laid U :lore I the j public, a portion of reg The i after3! ami or -1 doses of calomel, of fi or b trains rathnifrht may: be taken without regard to drink or diet. Many Col R 3 'ilemau David _

v '11. !ul: I" ,i'i.l'i.I : il'Hl: ono t rl'actrt1: I Iv' nlorrated sur1'tf Paper i will he devoted It) Literature, JNIoralilv and the usual morniny local! have been taken, followed by suite I persons are diseased for the want of blood being purified. Gienot George Hessey James j

1 ;' .>:.111''!01:. Knee Iii the f nit, UJd vhich, f.iy UK M' and Uelijiion.I The pnhlishtr will treatment. Thousands of persons are destroying their Graham Archibald UodgesWmRJackson }
endeavor constitutions
t.tan :*o v. .">. '11' 11' 1 cen c..Istlcrrd; : i lIt'lralJ't''a: make ii .such n lotirnil: as i shall he to The above \aluablc nrticlc for sale at the Drug by neglecting to apply a proper remedy ; to Geddie Alexander 2 James 2 '

I l i'' C I.. >'!'luunl I I I by lhe! application of.luilKin' OintP. I II lo evcrda ,. of hiv i intercsliiif: Sjtrt of J. lil/NVIK S'l EWA11T, Mich the Panacea will be more than double valuables Hudson H Jackson Win I '

I ::1.; 1 "n.'"ii."ii' t'hfM" tworjurs whirh I: i fill I tinder l 1:1r1.tn, fellowciti.ehs t and) jianin .IStnt far Flufidarallahav.cc i a certain nd effectual rxeans of restoring them to Hayes Elizabeth P Jamison Hugh 1 B
:t
I :. 'I'\II'\\ \ d: II' I'' ; l4' ai.d! IIailil;.IIICI1I, a.. tkcidlJ C'l'rplrl'lIl: who wishes to h.ibituate Sept. 3d 1S3G. 4-u'w 1 perfect health and! vigor ; few families are Hiise Carolina Jackson John I'

'.'j !1I! ".'l'I' ,ii.<-1 :iliooy rlis; irniedy_ CHes of in- I J I h his children lo tltiuk.3'Jd' stimulate; them to acquire J - t from Scorbutic Atluctions which exhibit various exempt' earring II W Jones James IL :
.ic"'II''l'r! *. 1 111 1 : \e !.' !I such ];iiow2ct! !< shall be 1 (jU'I) J E\'SFDlTIONOFCOWPEiL.-Jt: symp
,I' s '" ( ; ( txpenetictd as < C'IIt'J\, i reis i whulesomc, salutary I toms as Eruptions, U Ice rations, Debility, Lossot Ap. Hawlev W L Killingsworth f f
l' :_'"! iM'.cyt 1 f't'il.ih 1 rcmu'y: in tin: rnrc rf felons, 'I and: pi'Jtnani'inly, henenVjul.In ) : I ILUu (I, jJ1 thcstrleof' B'ron, Scott' Eu'"cworth I petite and Digestion, all arising from impure blood llarrisJauiies- King John IIKitring'IIugh "

'' 1 \ .'t \.4'..11." t.l fres1 hotl11d.. J It .'C'< iiis to r.c: I. 1: such a place as! Tallahassee! 'the Metropolis I 4'C. Volun I '{ I prlCCJtL..33, In cmlnss cloth and Ipttrecl and if not properly attended to, are sure to produce, IluguininJ A t.
.
I V I.: ;' \\! tiiMMi'oon, the .ojur.it ion. of I this I 1..of f a 1 beatiiilnl and 1"lIl'i ollillg'l'Cl'rttlrv the re.silence i-1 I : Tbe works \Villiani CO\'Ir, CO)11ri; ; the greate-i injiiry; to the constitution. Panacea is reIntueiidd host ar.1 Ehz\l etIa Lynch Andrew J 2 I" "

4 ,' ," Ill' ,,. 1 h -l,I l.c Mlisfied :t', Jo, its ..v..v.-' .,ld cH't.t'j tl i of so much i wealth: 1,, i intelii-rciice,and liberality tcil Ils ) Correspondence, and 'l'raiiIations.: Edic') in all seasons of the year, and in particu. Huson Dr W C 1ctt\ ick Adison h
.1 ', i:: :::t' ui: I'1-oiiuaJuice 1'iconi.iieud I the, !by : C SICTlCT, Ksqr. LL. 1). 1 lar as a nrcventativc from all e iseases in warm climates Jerry John! L. Lowe A R '
f. .' \.': i..I' ',i1: : IUlIt\V. patrons and fril'n( )'such a project, The pre"entollln contains a portion of ihe Life anil those persons, when diseases are Josey Carey1 Iuiison Lt George C iMcNight '. .

1 a.u sir, \trv' 1'l'
JUlI NTAL'lAFERRO.) I publications will he pn Mired, togetherwilii Poet, an cMjiiiMte! Vignette, by Guudall, and a richly I or four table spoonful'a[ when oinrr tr bod, and the Kelly JcLji John It. t

T" 'I' ,.. f,..i',I- TL r-t'"i.s j'ropripiorof l .1udIu'I ()JIItI' I I !t va IIa;;:I"!,: sriVrlioiYli.rn! : the! illnrcisdeid! : i ; %! i cnirnv;:: uli..i-trailofihi 1 ; Pool's) :Mother, by I II.I Robins'n 1 person may l fear_ ii' apprehension of bcm; attacked Kerr David M'-Muary R Jjeit ) :':". t

1.1' ."',110.1 t.- Failricklcwij: : h'I.J'J.iLj"'PJLE"J' an.l i t Michlucal! ie\>-s as may: iir.ere.si: our disJant Ylie lbi"-\ing; extracts from a hou of favourable with the Cholera! Yellow Fever, or any other- disease i Levi *Marrnet This (*Mar.uMattack < FLlchI11an .
notices this ,
of
it! I friends.i i l important publication : t as this medicine: a valuable restorative of the DaviJ Gabiiol "
:"The ti-ti ii perceptions of a true critic and tic! syst'mlheriby Martin Lcwi. f ;
j 3.:; onc) \\ :.: JJ.".iulMtro, 1 l.ad l1f'Lludl. of .'n. The/ '' 7/ri.tnni\vil! I he, tic:.!',;III"4: onnod. : ...' sied .sympathies of I invigorating the constitution,and enabling : Lear Maj NV tt" J 5 ) i'
rpaper : a true I Io.ut Thomas
p..ct, arc employed; lliro' j i il to bc:r the Lomax Maj :51. P Matt-.ck k;
debilitating effects of all climates is
in i \ "i; '11 yOU IJ'f"rl> lie jt'ildic as a and'w I l.f j ; t- appear prol: l ; : s -j: ::' n Millicicntnumber ;i. ai.d: the: natural style of Dr. Soot hicy's j '. i\lcMiirryJohfl .' J '
:, I. i r, i..HUM! Jl'I ixious1 Judkiiib' !'. ;-petlfiOInt.- of snb-ciilu-rs: ,nr' idjtained., live is altogether I iiarr.ic by the circulating fluids, and corrects theirndxiry Lcc'1'hioint' DanVMatluck
at ; l delightful. lie Marcus am'ir
annum brings
jor many ti' to nil those diseases which in vili- Lyoi Cant E :'
t'. J Ji-rstt FreeU-ji originate
i "i1.11.1---; .y near M.iry- in advance, or ?.i ;-it I tu-! tad of six months.( new and \iluablc; materials to Insork, in the shape I' Ull' L'J.I! l, diseased liver : Lester James : : Gabriel f i [1
1:111.1; .\111\) t tt t' iuMricd L licaey! in cures on persons of depraved appetite, or pre-
Aiiveriistnienis will be uuuli.d at the usual tll'lfJlJallctlfs) and anecdotes, which (throw new 'disiosition tonllcctions of the Malherbe Monsieur: De M ulock I JamesMcKinny t _
0 lungs. I
well uaintcd. Since
millet 11 I ie&i,1.00
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my I rates. Ifgliton the subject he lists chosen lie has Jnd access ;l resembles, in point of taste and flavour rich Miller Ashley! 11 11 L / ..,
it a
li.ihiinniv has ,
a
in ]performed cure on a
the .
to valuable!
very collections of Mr. Unnin and / cordial rather David McInto ih.4
111'11111.11! :' >'' :flI et.1! with the Piles. Having i Illii )'- COPerson's receiving 1 his! p-oSj.tllf'I will; confer lle.sKeth hitherto I than a medicine. Every person aftertaking May
Laily mutilated if altogether J..lhce (.
greatly not I ) in Morris Lieut Gov 3 M.iysNcbbiU.
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.. mercury, should have toone \J
!I. si'fxiL-r: fill'mc with this disrss- any way, recourse
M the
viav: r on
a
years : publisher, by obtaining' )1I) eri- : I unpublished : and the publishers! have placed or two bottles of this medicine. Micon Arthur Allen ,;,
In the cf
decline
n._ u .">!><', 1 1.,itvv fahtsit.itingy! :1j"jd; your (II lit- t ,l her .aui1 ulunjuit it by the Ut. ofr.vxl. )\'l'IIII.cr I,.l 1.0; '*' l1 thin! rRrl")1..111< of ( "o''f''.. ..1.,1 I liff. or whrn lV>< f>,-n imnnirpi? It" "xne** Mw ton Lorenzo C Newell. \ l '* -.
IUI'I'IIIII i t '\ nv 110'11..1, an; irratiiin.- that I can af I J '\\ ere ,q-ill'n ,11' the I he ClrculIIst.Ol ices I Illln' U nourishes, strengthens and supports it :-It is uot I Murray /\ ivMartin .lU'CIl 1' I ,

u liuuli. a lcrect ( lire. J.1. 1 1'EN'J'S ..T.Tallahassee \\\\'LI'S.. i 'l.( rt't.t 't i il!Ii the prescrnui'Jn of which! arc so cx- l presuming: too far to add, that it actually prolongs life.: AbsoloraMcCulloch Nel.oa: \Vm P ;. t
O Httt in: room, Loinkird: st. I llt.ltlcy t'14o:1:1I1--SO rharac.tcf1.t' t.r the dC\Jll'd- This Panacea has been introduced to the public for U Noneu William ; I'
A few wV n;:s1 a cuse I j'

faint: mi,!.-rtiy, 11.'t."e, tiic breast grextly inflamed, I _u_ ___ __ ._____ t ]hopdc slle\s. The illustrations arc the lest I for its efficacy, in so short time, than anYtth Mills Mrs Jcmimah Or-a, C s L r

i 1101' iiyjM'-'M'vi, ; : "|y tu tie sl'cn-llel' uppcarancc cleari I MEDICAL COLL11T: ; : : '1'. iE ri i'ATitK) S. I'wehavcbc.cn, m woiks of this nature."-Hxamiiur, .e r medie ino ever discovered, and its name at horns and Mt-ad) Charles S Owen James T tI

I i\ *;' i;;<- tho cri'in; tinsiry t be was i in ; she told me 1 CAW H.lj'.l. .\*&v. 15."The. :broad, will induce hundre.'s, aye, thousands, to apply JNoIemer fllr Procter Diulkyf ;;
: ;ic !IL'tj i l.i in M 111'. rii'u:: thrte months with II, and was 'r '[n AiNNUAL CI: ''Mh'-: : or' LKCTURES ini I praise 'vhicli! we have, bestowed upon the cm fi-r it, to reap the true virtue thereof. I Norman J A L Page Ji>hn D tI

<..n.u d! l.crlicd I ; she! then had ilaxsccd pjulticc to .: this 11IQ'itulioll.'tlIII.I .' ic-uuicil on t.c! second I I j hellishmonts] of this opening volume of the works of "Notwithstanding attempts may be made in impair I OneaV Mary: 1atLeSOaJN 11 S

it!.; oiiirr; time had boon tiicd.I I advised JudUins I :Monday in jNoxcn! bei', in tll. lot hv lug Li.-inches : I C wpcr, scarcely comes up to their merit! and most the confidence of the public in the efficacy and cura- Perrigo JS1b Paine James :

<' "i.ttin :, k >.\\ I hi IJ it !luuJ :ucn m.yx .'f'il; !ii like ('I .';I(1 '1.11 .v-15y J. Ivlw.\nls! Uo'.Srojk: M. 1). certainly no praise can overrate the high character: of Mepovcrof this medicine l it will go ou to conquer Ponder..EGPatterson IJowel'Vm F I.. ,

:ir ::": lt:,.j| ...;'( I.l.1it ;u rot ding ti) the directions {eo.1 .itirgei'n!/-Hy .1(1111II, nor, Al. 1)I this volume as a literary production. The l'L1Jtlnpn.mi..ts di-L-ase, relieve the afilicted, and earn for itself the good Sergt. G II Payton tlober .

.' '.' jailing;; jt; m 21 I h< urs11 pain was gone ; (lilriI.-J-Bv\ Tl.onns (I. Pirolc'luf. D. to be one of permancr.te.rd suipassing- opinii'ii of tlTbusands and tens of thousands. Already Pond,Ed wards Price PJcasanPorter ,. .

i ''ue, and coiiiincnccd: discharging co.itii.y; and so I V,..-tics ifMtJidni-\\\y\ S. 1 t'nry I Jichs'JIIl\t.D., l lue."-Court Journal, October 31. it has earned fir itself a name which d.xs'ardly attacks Poe Liinlsay J.imes
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ixnuaued: j>ume days ; the rclie-f ,from: cxlremc l pain 1'hyiQkgy-lly Jamcslouhre*, Jr. M. I D.ioluia "Tiic first voknne of the Poet of Olnev. has appeared cannot reach ; that such is the fact, the number Ptyton EV Porter Soseph ": ,

10 pcrle-ct case excited the wom.in's; astonishment : a .HdiCll-er A"lIry IL Frost, 1\1. D. at last and it seems to be worth wailing for. e>f lettcis in possession mnst fully satisfy the most in- Riggau Harrison Right Thoma y f

ftw Jars rciinrpd! hcr breast: to its usual state, nml in C 1t'IIHlIy-Hy C. ti H..J.;..!, I I1)ciuatcaIor In oleruils I it vies with the most el"gant of t those crtiltiluns ; and were it necessary, there could be ob- Rosi Solomon Rantsrm PRose I ..

fht days the cure was complete.; ; 'j,/lurrlt1y--F, \\' i"m\n, 1\1. n, which have preceded it ; as regards the Poclioal Works la ned numerous testimonials underthe sanctity of the Register Gibson Jjhn ".

C. HERSTO.NS[ 11 E:, IIV I: PW I S'l', neall.A"g. i it will present the most complete edition which'has o:this of those who, after suffering the most acute and[ Randal Thomat Ite'l'odsVn: I t

Frcuaick county! April;' 3. 1S25. Sth. 1K2G.; :>- inwA yet appeared."-Spectator, October 31. loig I protracted illness, have btfen entirely restored Ishcilth t R.iguics Richard Rnwel( Audio j ,

JaWAr.E; or i.vro!iTios --- --,------- ---- ----- "Thereis no one among our living writers who but it does not enter into the comprehension of Russ SJ.md T KiJer Jhn 2 ;.: f 4 ,

JI ?:' L Ji U T Lowiiiles iiK-1-ciinnts! Cur.ibcrlaivl DDLKR 1*.-Jn. t i r<:eid a splmdi-J assortment unites n--carch, taste, and sincerity (the three great nimy, how it is possible for botanic medicine to effect I Robison Win WSackdford Ctotramei WiKoulnae I

-li"I1lhnl'n-As: IlerM lcllJ agent for the sale of of '; :ibiiiU.i'ii Saddles, Kentucky and EnglishLAHin requisites of a biographer? ,) so deligblfully! as Doctor': srr.h wonders in the healing art, as experience has.; Edward Franliobertsoh "

I'Wm Ju kil.': ] uotii sjucific ointment% I would injorei PUerns. Southcy ; and il is almost superfluous to sty, that his pnned then competent to perform, but such are the 1 Shuler John A ( .

you thai; l.tct tumnu r I was afilie'ltd with a SOl C l ? 1\r'l; or QuillC'l S.uld.'c!' work is as readable: for its anecdotes and contemporary fails that they cannot be denied. Samuel 2 llucks Arthur t"Shanr.on i

Jrjr-tiic fjme i.Jiulkiu's Ointment imlij-rdmc, to get I Il 1eils d"J Kcm.-i, best s\le: warranted EnsE h. sketches, as for its clear, manly, and elegant'! style. The abo\ rdicine can be obtained of G. II. & T. Spikes Martha Salmon John t k : f

lU.! :;; ul it-:iuu it JWJlpcnlJ| liCIt to be of f JMr.1 Her ll1n'.. 41 1>t I han s'-, Snallle, :ind Wwymoiilh." As icganls elegance of '01'111IId, beauty of illustration j E.LINDE: I ':t t':RGElt, Monroe street, Tallahassee,, Stokes Absalom Slump Ananiai a' '

m.IIt'! I UM-tl it acc: jiditig to the printed clirtc lions) 2 }cas (if Four lloisc Wagon Harness.J we can have no hesitation in placing this editionof Fhrilbith! nroncr directions for using it. 45 SucH Stephen, W Street. Abrali t 8i fei H +

i-.it- my I k1 1 Ju.jt gtuj, ? wt(. (Cj J Cart clo! Cowpcr's Works above any wl.i.h! have hitherto -- Stephens Jackson Smith Isaac
\! He:' II'IH .. For sale: 1 the l1nallcrms NEW GOODS. .NEW GOODS. Scott Lieut II L Smith' Samue I
Travi Img to' the \" st stopped at my jw on by -Alkeiiawn, October 1 17, 1 1835, -
}iv.t. < ur.tiy tile tin?, en looking} at the onuncnt 1 iL. I 1. & '1'. E. UENUEllG ER. I' It chi lilts that care judgment j in the collection: [ Subscitbcr returns his sincere thanks to his Stafford Richard Suanders L 1

Lrl I, 1 m: i.:, ri.tdu-.itly I ji.oiiuunccd' ) it" not of his make, Tipper part til :\'unr:
"wlarnj; icvJ me with one' whih was. On rpciui.g '1 ::il.lllo-l: (', :Js! A 11211, t, l I';;i;. ..tf : than: i iiiio a clear anti copious narrative, and those lit he !has reccive.l: since he has been in this place Saunders Win tpca\HlI J l' 4 ;
SamufSlout
and
smelling ill was bciis-ible! of the tlj f.H'nCl'1 all lio' graces and attractions of style, which were lobe !looked aid solicits a continuancs of their pitronage. He isj i 'Sapp DarlingStokes !' t

It locked' lIke I:. I then applied the ointmciitwjiirh he Office of the Hoard i\f\ Directors for from one who has already shown himself such iwv removing on Clinton St. in Berry's Row, a few! ; Wrigtit A Saunders Ira A ieTtt! -

arc me, to my leg ; jj bci-amc in a state <..fr.mn.illucnton !/'the ilpatachicola Land Co. II a consummate biographer.! It has nil the charm of a diors below the Post Office, whero he is daily receiv-i ;ScnteriHThonias Julia1?,' .'
Scott
: usiup the iirit piaster': and socunliaucd until JSow York, A IIg-. 1C, ]183G. beautifulorkof t 'imagination;; combined; with the pleasure irg, and is now opening, a general assortment of Fall Isham Smith Lev 4Tippins

JL.11' tUllC \tit. I At a ir.eetin.of the Hoard of Dire-ctNs) of lie A '- : derived from the conviction 01'its truth. The anl Winter Goods, consisting in part ofSup. Tent Monsieur t Alex Sswel Jus'" 2,

I'Lis oiatnu M i i" ccruiuly very valuable 1 and! it'w '. Lit hic.h Lni.d C I11J1at.y, (.11 the nth: or Au/ust, ld3G volume is beautifully: brought out."-.Morning Chto ; blue, black, brown, green and adclade Bread Lieut P H M 'I J' .

'I J\j!! be jiy it t!! uhllc lott to the public' by a ; the foll.i\\ He-solutions wen adopted :-, : nine, .Y'II'tmbtr 10. Cloths. CI"a) or$ J p\

f'" lilA rI'U: Li-Uck! 'c leann the n Ime and I bcin i ro not j Jlcivlrtd 'i'hul a ia': t.f the Lands oflhc Company "It is eloquent without the slightest; affectation of Blue, black, brown and fancy mixed double Kerseyjmores. Unz James J ;aes

t-tllllilC '" .\1 \.E'\A' :, M Inch have LCCH -ur\'ll'II, be had and that I the I I maxiiiiim labour, warm with sympathy and love for tin inlcresin Vickers I

tumbtrlanJ. May 2-1, 1S31 I juice for the present: Lc fixed at ten dollars per
From Jico Keverltf JJ'n1lgn. acre, anil ofothcr! qualities in proportion' with the exception and fine discriminating sketches, and stamped Gentlemen's Ureas coats and coatees, plain, striped Wyatt Tier S'i\ucl f _

I lave: 3 knwn Mr C Hcrstous to be the proprietor t ) of, live oak hamnrjcks, that aie i crved from I throughout with the evidences of a true poet's heart plnid and ribbed! sattinett Pants, buck skin Pants. Whichard JFillis George Joseph 'IVner Jacob Y .

fr!I Judkn.'b "HiM, :, !! tr; | :c't'ral1 s during! Ill I i t;\It''! We arc quite sure there are some parts of Cowpcr's Velincia, Toilinets, Plaid Silks: embosed Veln.t.Rnuinett Whiddon Jeremiah. ":avitfuhjame5 .

tiviuicei.i \1.u-yaad: 111111 the oihiiiu-nl wada by}ii Ie-I I l'rsolt'cJ: fudJuT, That sales! bo so made as rot lojuie character and of his mournful{ history, on which Mr. and Superior cloth Vests. Warren Elbert! TipPt
and ladies and camblet Cloaks.
iuli.Hvel.cui. Iii mueli repute. I It has been frC I the \aiuo (adjoining! tracts. Southey's reseat cues will throw a new: l Tight.; The GcntHncn plaid White Tom Towns J.1"es'Vedderburn

Lcd m 11.) ou II iiuniiy while livm-iii ]Maryland] ] and Th'se! rej-ohnions to bo publUhcJ i i in the Floridian, pictorial illustrations arc excellent ; we are particularly and n general 1 assortment of cloalhing.'JJO G W F Tranier Urtictt

'.ur1Ic my residence in this ci'y'Ilh success Tallahais-ec, and the Apalachicol.i Gazette.T11 pleaded with the portrait of the poet's mother: in pis. assorled Negro Kcrseys and Li:: eys. Woart Loaring Taylor J.lcob.S.;
c'cr'icw this is the best but all 200 do do Blankets, Mackanaw and IKhitie
B I1'AUGII.. O.\J A- 1!ALT'/ELL, not merely beyond QI'Th 'l3"m
Mctlodi Book Room, Mulberry st. 4-tf IVcs'infUo.ud of Directors. comparison the best, the most faithful, and the most Blankets. TutsBssiE LITTERS- yauhiuiJ1t H

1ew York, May 2Othi, 135 fascinating memoir'of Cowpcr that has ever met the 300 ps. English, French and American Prints' Anderson W P \Vilhams Win B
Carnarvon lltrald November '. WO do 3.4 5-1 brown Domestics 2
Z0irrcVenl, ] imPs'i'' D, C Herslons name, in his NOT ICE.- All persons hwingc1.lims against the public'. The eye.work-will become a standard, classic: its style 300 do do do do bleached do Akin Alexander James George \V 3 Williams E

writing will .arllCar on thc pnvcloixj. Lelu 1 ate of Dennis Colson! dec arc J hereby rcqncs- is sweet and continuous-its arrangcrnenljiidicious i 1 OU do do dp do plain and stripped do Joseph C Webb John P M
s I pure, Anthony Thomas
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pst paid, directed him tr d to come forward aiul! them duly auilicnticalee latcstjashions. I Warren
to in jircse.it
Frederick lot of Bonnets- .
A superior
.Jd xviii City, and as far as it has gone,we think the execution Allen J II James R 3
w attended within I the lime prescribed bylaw. Thoae intlebted bazi es \VilU-ims
to English and French Merinos, superior Bon< Pleaslllt) :M
The
embellishments D
Iorale fully adequate to our highest expectation. Armstrong James _
wholesale and retail, by to tiic estateill plcure mme forward and settle. Bombasctts. Webb :
in of excellence. The well
me a style high Bird lArthurCner _
Tallahassee E BARNARD t CO. Druggists JOllNLANlLRadm4r portrait of his mother is intensely bcantiful."-Cr.'cgow Black Lusitngs, Grrderhine and Grede.jans bifcsFupenor Bodenhamer FranklinDVhite 'YuHace) G L ____
Sept. 17lh 1S3G Sept. fl 1, ISM. 78tvJOT1CK silk Dresses CiallecUi.f Wilson _
Chatty 2
Ccowy'r. Courier, November ] 2. Fancy Baternan Samuel 'Vn Josiah j _
lilWCLAMATIOX-B Dy Ii. K. Call, Governor London UAI.HWIN and CRADOCJT. Jltrninia and twisted silk shawlsand Ilandkerch1'd20tJ1) and Brothers William 'Vard ilHamB I
1 Lessees mJ Commissioners of iSchool ladies and chiidrec's shoes
to JACKSON. 41 ) pr gentleman, WmBurnett it I
\ crruory. of Florida. ] NcwYarkVILI.JAlI Ballentine \Vilhams Fenner
atrcasi it has Lands. shnetecs. Wm
cejy been represented to me, that It' and W Hace Joseph
: : Owen 'ountait Jlc il warfll'yac (ol'cTlloranlI.cgislarirt! Council 500 pr Uussett brown shoes.-Ilaia Crockery J 2 '
"mi/ >, late of Jefferson county, is OTICE.-T1ic subscriber wishes all persons to hard BartletfJohnBeardon Walker John :
I of
,!S of the murder "t Jeremiah Drew laic of said t-J: the Territory
4:4Junty, and that a certain Leonard C.: Dozier, is Treasurer, be and he IS hereby juithum.od% and itshall 1 i ciulcr their accounts for scttl men t. \v ate. Rifles Kc. Baily James MI WinfordBWGWilkinson'
.;'nilty ox the murder of Reading, also late of said be his duty to demand!, sue for, and receive all bums 43 GKOUGH LANMAN. A few superior 2 barreled Guns, a set sup& 1 wine. I Brieu James \ iX-acl
UUflty' and the Miii Owen Fountain, and the said now dtic or that may hereafter bo due upon leases r.f 200 ps heavy Cotton B i inHale Bope Brackin GranviUaBerryhiU White Alexander

konard; n C. Dolc' having escaped from the jail ol School Lands! in this Territory ; to require from the LIBERAL REWARD will be given for the below 50 barrels common Whiskiy John J, 'Vi\aon\ ArhouSOHuchanao \ .
InI ( on or about the 10'h 11th of commissioners npwintcd1It1er! the several acts relating Lt from the 10 do- Monongahala Ball young 'V _
I or August,,I mentioned individuals, Deserters Wood George
Represent year. to said lands: an nccrunt of their actings under 2>u J do Apple Brandy Archibald letters
therefore said acts and to the samo annually tp the executive Leon drafted Company 20 do N E: Rum II S. 339
.0 % in pursuance of 'law, I do hereby report George Costin, irillis ra her, brand Barry
ffcr.* reward of to be laid bcfoic the Legislative (Council : Provided 4 \ ppc Cognac Brandy, sup 1'rank1in
two hundred dollars fot the Binkly
I appre- Lodwick A hley. John H" Ecridgc, bottles wilt please say
iaTnv-ndaclivcr? > of each of the s'id offenders nothing in this teL shall be r.o; construed, as to and John it. Carr 2U dos Champaign Wine, ia qt If pt I Persons calling for the above blters

I Audli within the Middle District of Florida confirm leases that have: heretofore been made: t hy the order of Brig. Gen. Ieili Reid, 50 do Bottled Cider advertised the 1 lit Ocobcr. p. M. _

0 5 hereby enjoin, all magistrates and peace former nuditor of the Territory, of the School Lands. Bv U. G. irELFORD, 50 do Enalis! Porter 1. G. SEARCY,

tthed.o e ; to be \'ibilant' in the apprehension of tho acTh1 :" Approved, IStliJ.'cbrunry, J l3G." Cnpt. Com. Co. A. Tth Iteg. F. M. 50, gs'bcst. Kio CofiesJ ,4t Tallahassee Oct S, le36. I
1. T..n
and --
: bring them TREASOKT DEPARTMENT, )lTrcast"cr's v w .
to justice.e \\J U" "I"
8 3w
I j sud Owen fountain i is from 40 to DO years uilouai : Office, Tallahascec, Aug. 1st, 183G. )SIn October I 1,1636. Fresh Imperial Gunpowder Hyson Teas. with a FOR SALE. IN

of dark comPlexion black hair and with a conformity to the foregoing scl and instructions ALE on leasonable terms general assortment Groceries, together with many mules 5 hHS'O v I
< I eyes, which 10 ,
old look' talks through his nose, and has several] the undersigned, hereby notifies all leasces of School;i FUR 50 ubls \1tim'r rectified irillSKEY. other articles two tedious to mention. AH of 1400 acres ofand, l negroes,yoke of oxen, :.p h":' '

scars on his head. Lands, to call and pay the rents due on said land '. 25 do Old Monongahelado willlJe soil low fjr cash, country produce, ot approved wag n 'carts, 2 carTyalls4 l000.bushets of com lr.s

of The M.ld Leonard C. Dozier is about 21 or 22 years rented to them by John Y. Gnrey commissioner under 25 do do Peach Brandy. credit. Purchasers are invite to call and examine of hhs, 40 head oCeattic and h of.the farming touts: ,\.11'

dgCOf slender fonn, about SIX feet high, dark hail on act of the legislative council of Florida, passed W. C. 1.1ILLER. for theime'.vcs FORMY DUVAL:, 2000 Ibsoffodder, There is 4OOacre' ""t t 1- _
I with a narrow face the 21 No'vcmbcr 1829. And commissioners S 'J.'atlahassccScpt24th 1S36 7 otb11\cksmiLb tools. Ih
ttannp and Roman nose. His np St. Marks Oct. 1 1836 if fence.-1'erxui Ol.''
pleasing when sober but bjister pointed under an net passed the 15th dayof February cleared'and" ld r good .
whenY very > .lawful to .
I Otis .attorney
I'OIt3ALE-A handsome, now and fashionable H. BREWBTEa rny the bhlance in four vears
frnlnvith to this cash _
1834 to depart
are requested report Wsence. durin" myab- LEDV. 'I1
.
CARR1AGE-bramuuntcd. Enquire of JT' transact bauoen GiTenufdcrmyhand at Tallahassee this 7it, I ment', of their proceedings made in conformity to the any ALD. _
IHLLIAMS.I A AUON'r'l'l'ZG 3
'. day uf Sept., J83C. act of 1934. CI1ARLF.S AUSTIN, 11. Brewsicr. C. C. octeJB36.i: : I

R- K.- AJALL.-, 3m Treasurer of: the '. of F. I. October,I 1,1836 8.3w Oct 1, 1336 j i tt' t. ".. i" I ..1.1'.. 4. tiiP '

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t "4 f'i"}':It- t _.__ ______chry enumerated and clas>afied as.above, shall I j t I right*, prerogatives and immunities which. 2Clh of June in tbe year *f our Lord EWjfu17 i STOa&-Th '

S 'l I'I: ., b e held and considered as free, and subjects. 1 long< ro them by their public character, they ; of the independence in'onnuhei.pab6c: that Iebtr -
... : BY AUTHORITY. the exercise of their [SEAL] 1636 and the ctj Gf raUa.'a- next door IoI
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I before 1
I shall
enteiing on
lawful that be .
free and ,
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o commerce, so I .
'. I" 4 may of the United States the G0h.( drug itrre, m wfuch te *ill rost ot.
ben
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.1' .1k.I. exhibit their commisson or patentin .nu -.c
t .. '. 4 e carried and transported in the freest manner, functions ANDREW JACKSO\ f o f
1. J by the citizens of both the contracting parties, i due form to the govercment to which they i I ; all ihs.Waal nr.etyoC aztkj ti t JIf
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w"t : accieditted, and having obtained their By the President: hr.; of bU. Des.. tol :
I to : are
CTen places belonging to an enemy excepting uq
.,. ) JOHN FORSYTH. The '
f hopwiJ'carried
0/. 1: shall be held and considered on by Mra
{. that lime they L
rf'.0_ only, those places which are at exequatur, will!i ed'cnedaad ;.. 11PJ1 "h.iSt
, ... and Secretary of State. expcrieoctdan dl'11 _. ii
all doubt such all the authorities magistrates -
;. t.- :, ,;.. I besieged or blockaded; and to avoid ain s by f I an i prea .j ivn will be 1DC&t !; alIodto. ) .
: .,'. : i this particular, it is declared, that those ji; inhabitant in the consular district in which ; e 1 lJaUd.
i< .; .; f thereside.. II SEA MONSTER. I :.. B. Ah dru-i, te. wam:1te.d .
: blockaded which.re .
tI
1 I t places only are besieged or the tt
I ( : Fron distant quarter of the Globe 42 J.
a EDWIN
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I' "1' a actually attackeo by a beligeront fore } Article 2S ST i

I b l capable of preventing the entry of the neu- ( his likhwise agread that the consuls their j jI Bav: Bengal we have the following desciption i "T\.L! !J'RTE( \Vir-hnjJ
t: : i Lairi oft United Stales paved at thtjirifCongress. another kind of monster or Sea Serpent Gul n.htn 1I
I attached to I tI
officers and
? It secretaries trar..tt n1
I I ,
) > persons m 1 b "
,'. :.I.r. ". .' .i Stuion-tlrt ly-f8urth Iln citizens I vhich has been furnished by lieutenant i IJ1g r.Jj aacec.m L'1e Tern-.ry. d
,' f. : the service of consuls they net being
>. 'I'I..1... .. I r.I _______.___________r.________-______ Article 19. ; resides It will be found interesting _.. L. M. GOLDSBOROt
% ; consul Fally.
: : : The articles of contraband before enumerated of the country in which the i iI lieutenant Set. :9. 1 ". Li GU.
i j;!; i ", BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED and classified which may be found in i :shall be exempted from all kinds of taxes, imposts *. Oc my voyage !o Madras says -

St f { '. STATES OF AMERICA.A vessel bound f.r an enemy's port, shall be su> j "and contributions, except those which : Fat}, "in May last, I saw a most extra- '' OjfUt of the Lit Ifinuo 3, Ji, (
: t. '. 1 fish and which had never beforeI Rei "R4.l.
i m-; ject j to detention and confiscation, )leaving free shall he obliged to pay on account of comrncrce ) ordinary Lvap.St.JoepbAa.

: ft*. : PROCLAMATION.Article the rest the cargo and the ship, that tto ; i or their property, to which the citizens !j f I been seen by any seaman on board, although I Su-kWders! : in the LaLe WTm., .1.' 1-

f. ," i'J'It'= :. "I l : 14. owners rray dispose of them as the.5ce pro :and inhabitants, native and foreign, of he some of the officers and crew, had been employed TJIZ pl Cans andP.1I.roadeomranI.. ) anj ?.
L of.the !
.f 1. It 3
K was re
+ : tlee in which thev reside are subject.kin" \ n the whale fishery. J ,)!.?. an-J rcta d. that !er.,1
t. J The citizens of the United States residing per. :NO vessel of eithet of the two nati'as; i country t an in taliaettof lirf ,, 1
!, : 1 ; : the account; l in thing besides, subject to the j! size oft whale, but differing from that animal I : pr nare oa tl.e capita, tork of sirereby (Jar.
; shall bt detained high
on seas on
t. ; Venezue. eery
h of
: t the territones of the ,
Republic
: t U
..., I The archives ;, i ii i in shape-spotted like a leopaid!, in a'eq' rented o Tad at tb? (ompany.1I1 &
rs:y:.' U, hal! enjoy the most perfect and entire sacuityof ef baring oa board articles of con.riband l airs of the respective states. It close under the 11 ttJl! pSiee, o-i be tint Alotday ia OctoU/ ..

.:.h.-.p : k" cou.science, without bang annoyed I nheceve: the master, captain or supercargo: i sod papers of the consulates shall be respected I beantilil manner. came Noti- aoh.! y enrea. .to ,=,ehofihe oevBT
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had
., ...: I S pievented or distnrbed in the exercise I or slid vessel will deliver up the articles of inviolably, and shall! under no pretext whatever I stern .ship, dunn; a calm, and we a very ; in ?,* *>*PJf !have,: f .!led i) pay tihero(
It
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proper It
it. ., ,
; magnificent opportunity \ ---alrr. int5 rll r bsre.du.. S e
:in p
..':{: i.t t" oi their relisious belief. Neither shall the.r ', contraband to the captor, unless the quantity shall any magistrate seize or any way I dorsal tin which it moved i ( Ju.e: lat a.d day 30 the1tafL.rut onih- h .t
the ui2
,. !"' : I or 8'ich articles be so or of so large a i interfere with them. bad a rery large ; .I.t .
molested disturbed in the great flCit4OlO erhr .ad .
:: 4. .t beannoped, er proper ; I hen made! : r : wh: le.. r.te....t.I.
I ,/I. .>. t'; -. exercise of their icligion in private houses!; ::: buU, thdt they cannot be received on boardt I I' Article 29. about with great rapidity, angry. c r.. frni. V'.e fa J.} a ;itcl. th' '4m.crt.y tam..l ..

t. .. t._ ) ; f%. *T\ .U_ _1..1." f.. pl.AA<- r\t n-nPQ ltp pptrtint. t j jtb* capturing ship without great incon .eni'eice The said consuls shall have power to re- i in consequence of the large stones that we F'"I-: !. r'1=:rc to Ie ;ai at th CcxioLe liU";,[
pa
i I)f..J; & ; fd for that purpose, with the decorum due ; but tn this and all other cases of just 4eteition
-.r:t.'.i. } ', to dhine worship and with due respect to the I the vessel detained shall he sent to the I i country for the arrest. detention and custody, i j J ficicnt strength to have broken the rudder and I !I d"y.to.c..c the h I p--J I.e.ent:< cf".,Ijce the :pre! a' are at, crti.c j I'n detthit I"I I t 'J t

I 1 1's{ usages and customs of the cenntry. newest and convenient acd safe port lor trial! i deserters from the public and private ves- i stove in the stern of the ship. Several large I j rner.v cap.ut *t-x- cf cd c, mpany,any.erel

rioI': Liberty shall also! be granted to buiy the citi. according to law. t tArtcle20 sels ofttheir country, and for that purpose, i fish seemingly dog t babou: a cubit m lengthand ; ( :a.ed tlr aiJ. r. ;ale-d.o be G1c. ttayco eip 1 It;

f', tl" zen of te United States who may die ir. the I : they shall address they shall adcress them. upwards were gamboling about the monster ',n e :.rov:
'1' 'h" r! territories of the Republic Qf Venezuela, i inconvenient I f ind whereas it frequently happens that vessel selves ty the courts j judges and oflcers com entering its mouth at pleasure, and re- -\,fa enfrc'! o- el.eCJf. wid'i tD on l: 'Wl r be :mr..ed' e--

';.:.4 f.: t and adequate places to be appoint. { sail for a port or place belonging to an I i petent, aod shall demand the sa.d desertersin \j 1 \turning to water again. The following:: will;p' ,: iJrorJcr;' oftl-e beard cf Drc.rs.WILLIAM .

I i '," 4. t ,'. cd and e!t3t 1i.shed themselves, for that purpose !lentmy without knowing that the fame is teslejed writing; proving by an exhibition of the : \give you some idea cf its shape:-The mouth L i t P.RIcj45c M S*"'J.

t\5. t wih be knowledge of the focal, authori !. blockaded' or invested! it is agretdi 1 registers of the vessel' or ship's roll, orther ( very large, dorsal fin, black or dark brown. j A-j.S-8. 15VI.

'I.-,; : }! ties, or in such other places of sepulture a*i that e'ery'eieel so circumstanced miy beI puohc documents, that those men were 'part I tail also-both covered \\ i ih spots like a leo ;! X W.WALAEl! & C&. h3n? sod cuTtWr

i. d; t" I tf' rj>sy be chosen by the friends of the deceased I turned away from such port or place, but shah i of the said brews, and on this demand so proved (1 paid: ; head lizard sh3cd.1ay.t not be the r j jPlesioseurps J., tk of rooos % i i.hto c'oIe their insinew.-:

liZ.:.... } f 6 }or shall the funerals or sepulchres of the dead I nst be detained, nor shall any part: of her car : :saving however, where the contra.y is (:, or a species of that ish, known, j j; ed Ther t. -ir.e;or'ttm.. they;.)ref ear'an-i ctfaJy e.rs s-Jie.t:their all:whoa.' debt.

;;:, fce disturbed in any wise, nor upon any account Co, if not contrabind be confiscated: unless/ preyed,: the delivery shall not be reiused. i! 'to have existed formerly* in the waters of the .. Tr.e 1'-rr.erbi;' is IT actial l C.clU acconnbnnuit rbi divdw/:

:.'!: : ,. In like manner: the citizens of Tenesuela after warnin of such blockade or investment II Such deserters, when arrested, shall be put ;, ocean? Having given you this statement, i it ed N.W.VALKEL"

I: ':: :1 f ] shall enjoy within the Government and I from any oiicer commanding a vessel l of the at the disposal of said, consuls and may be :I. i is proper that 1 should also ;i.e'OG the name ., 1:. S.3ltaE..

. I.,;:' .t J Verritones of tba United States, a perfect! and 1-bUckadiag: forces. they shall ogain attempt to put in the public prisons, nt the request ex- ., 'of those who were eye witnesses of: the e.xis- St. Mark' ?'r.>:. I. T-::;. 4.;w

. : : ., unrestrained liberty of conscience and of exercising enter; but she sh.iil be remitted to go to any peose or those who reclaim them, to be sent; tence of this extraordinary; : animal; fb. vare 1\0 liLL -.\ : ..r's Utir!- ar,. Cl.11ms3.-.

; 4 their religion: other he foilow: Tin atc: )l-. SmeLie./ 2Ir.I .c tTt. i* ofV....dm D. Larr.oupre.f lk1 ..
.. : publicly or privately, port or piece > may think eproper. i to the ships to which they belonged or to oth- : as : Copt. > xi
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j % \ .' .I .: within their own dwelling houses, or in the Nor ibail anyesael of either tbt may haver ers of the same nation.; Buf if they be not L; Pike and Mr. Landers, officers of th- vessel.I 1.: ; .'.rt.....n-y2rt:'j= :...<..-.5 to pricn'-ed:: t.:ty:'e'-scrse.*, C.to they the wiUlc&r.s sabscbft 1! .

; ( : tft tftI :.; clnpcls and places of worship appointed fo! entered ii.t such port before the same was sent back within two months, to be counted I Capt. Tingate and Smclhe were old sailors': L.>rr- ,.f recorery : ar.d aai tLwse indeUedto:

11..j"\. ': I 0 \13t'purpose, 3grecaby! to the lavs, usages, actually besieged, biockdded: or invested by i from the day of their arrest they shall be set; and had never before seen the fi-h or one resemblhg :"-*o e-iae; sre recncsvtt! lo niak_. IT' mediate parnif'r.

;.:.f. ;. ?ind cnsioins ef the United States. 4 the other I be restrained from quilling such i'. at liberty, and shall be no mere arrested for it. There were nl-o 1 (\ erat! Euro I B. M L: A CHAM Aditaisaasar of W. C*
Hrrr.--". U-.'. : 55, Ir i.
: July
= 59
'" :r t 'j f Article 15. I place with her car p; nor if found therein after -1; the same cause. I I j; pean seamen on board, not on tf whom had : :

..k: *;:Jt; It shall: be lawful for the citizer.s of the United ; the recuction and and surrender, shall such 't Article 30. ever 5oe:before." ;i p 7CTICS.-TLe su.er. .. l i .5 jus; rftmed. per

1: ; vessel or her be liable .__= .. 1 io.'jer Je; fr'"ni Nev .YckT ar.d :s
j contication y. ccwp
For -
to the
: of j
;.':'. '.f;t States America an the Republic of Venezuela cargo : purpose more effectually protecting --- -- j'

; ":,. ... : ) .t'.'J to sail with their ships, with all man- i j but they shall be restored to the owners there- their commerce and navigation, the !j I !i I HI-.':..2....zcrri-.5U. 2;of osj-i.rinuo.-ir.eot art cf facteo spring.snu Frer.ca s-J2Jj.tr taTi;.!j.',

;::. l ,!i her of liberty! and security, no distinction being lof.I : tWit contracting parties do hereby agree, as II I :". :.-?.-. ..f1.__, >',i.v.crr.i and darr sittictu' ; erainea.
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."1" .. I ..1 t 1. made who are the proprietors ef the I Article 21. ;' soon hereafter as circumstances will permit .I *'..c3, 4 ar: u 5-4, Me-
r'p' :1. i I '.r 4 J merchandises laden thereon, from any port, to In urder to pre-erota11 kind of disord / in them, to form a consular convention which j ,' i ai:. .5-4. fjri.'r.ei., e ar. oi CO.T.TT c.ek 9; I 111(1"" .J
.J ;l':: Ct.t: c-r.1.r cr fc.su.I
(<
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: :73
I t:1 t 1 t the places of those who now arc, or hereafter f the visiting and e.\ammation of the ships and 1 shall declaje especially the powers and im--i II It : ,. t:: l.:::":tc.o; '::Ir.r5.1.1T.' a:1 ..

1 4!.1 1 shall be at enmity with either of the contracting .. I f cargoes of both thA contracting parties, on the munitiesef }he consuls and vice consuls o I .'rnt if hardware, ir i a few s i jvr .'r rfe* Jiuo-jbe

)I H., II:. panics. It shall iikewUe be lawful fort high seas, the.v have agreed, mutually, that t: .. the respective parties. t ROBERT J. IIACKLEY. ,n.: '_..'t. =rus:_' all: wjit LId ic ar fire. *.,. orarpmcil
I l t. 7. J' whenever \essel of 're,tit, r -i c.a.es arc ir.r.i :o d i' de.xmi.'eSr,
,p.", w ; ,: hecit.zens aforesaid to sail with their ships j war, public or private, Article 31. | Auctioneer! $' Commission .'crehaJl .r.'. .'- >e?. AFcUMY DCVALAr

't.it t.l..1 .!'" nd merchandises before tnentitned, and to ; shall meet with a neutral of the other contrac- I The United Slates of America and the Re- .i-*:.. J-i::;. :..

I"' .. ;:I i i.L. '3 1 ade with the same liacrly aad security. from '1 i ting party, the first shall remain out cf cannonI public! of Venezuela, desiring te make as du- SALE DAYS Monday? M Suurcays.L ; 'J J "- t.lt"ne r.s. t v ..r w.e' x. rciurjL

.l\I .It'r.L....." \ 1 i c ;places ports, and havens of these \\hoar: !I shot, and mav send its boats with two or 'bre e'rable! as circumstances will permit: the relations : Taassu.: Q.-.rt r2t. 1 -S J 1.:( I tctz o.: Leon ',-.'1:_" Ur"..'I s:.::, r-?.v!, tf I IK-
1 .
i '1 t eiics of both, or either party, without ;0f"iF'J t :! men only, in order t( execute the saul! eximj whii-h are to be established between the A ..MINISlRAT; '.'Rs iI i'; _'.-Ail r-er ons8u i'o.." -T."-,' r; s ra_ .: othe -r'..-'sd--dc.. atttsn'iardcrj'5 :!

: ;: I ")CtIt1fl or disturbance whatsoever not onlyct'y I j mation: of the pipers concerning the owntr- two parties by \irtueof this treaty of peace, .l having d.-T.anti'; aza-n- : *: t!i.* estate c.'ltkfC' :* A.ed -, f 3.-; Gi'v.fl.ee.s v
\\ late of Gadeden i J-JT! Ire5 4f HtNflY II. W.ALKEB.
C' ::; ? areferred t >
: ; nom the paces of the enemy before hip and carsru- of the vessel, without causing i iI amitcommerce. and navigation, have declared ntti. m d.:ly aut...en.scaled.v.taa the time p--tre-
.t I &:. i. .1t1 ned neutral 1 I the least extortio', violence or ill treatment and do the .. .,-.> i :Ur-A i t rt- i- .i Sstriwrir
to followingd
,1 place*, but also from one solemnly, agree to t.iJe' ;y h.- or i.ev it r.- ft ever ba.Ti. : Tr-i*e
:. T'_",: t'r :: :: V"Al..t; ai t.s M.I: a: L."ll.a. ae
!; 0.. Longing to an to another I for which the commanders: of the said anne points. 1 I'i-.do' leiU tae estate areeteJ. t.> mae lon'.cJ,_ts ;
., GDLLL4UJ
.. enemy pliceJmtV ;- ".. ;"sJ to ajsks fax :BC ; 10 L'. II.:
i to on ____;-. _L.L. .t-- L.. w><. .hipQ -.hall liP i.iiinn..ihln) with i fh.ir nt r.ng. 1 -. Tin prnt-nnt .rnn. c-Vtall Timlin IH fllil rMvm n*. J >H.\ .\\ic\IlLLAX, : ., ,.
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y ;
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I ; : j )u5 1fp..Cl.
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c.: t J ,s -fe j jurisdiction of one power, or under sev and property ; for which purpose the comman- force and"irtue for tbe term of 12'ears'i _"_Umny, ('c: 10, i-vi-J. lc-f .- --,'-:,-'. :.. .. 1..y.: _. -rw .11. MCRAL
4 I
rl'i, : :, ;, And it is hereby stipulated, that free j I deN of the sIid private armed vessels shall to be counted from the day oithe exchange of> < NOTICE.if *

I t l.it 1 shall a's e give frecdem to goods, and I before rebeiving their commissions -aive sut ithe ratifications, and further until the end c) finilE-uv .cr.>tr re:p:. :,::'jl y isor' ...< ;':e pab' rf Jl,HE:..e:::ud'':" '*..':u.; 3r-O. Ith irtn UL::n:t.::..I'**.. B:-..:.p--;IFwr: D\31'' 1,1

t ; 0 j r fl very thing shall be deemed free and cx- dent security to answer for all the damage;* one year after either of the contracting parties: s JL that: he vui; ha.o. .-e; tiil\_-fi Xcl35l AI-..:..ii. T:; : :

I ..i. :... f! ) which shall be fuund on board the ships they may commit, ane it is expresslv agreed i J; shall have: given notice to the other ;oV its intention I- I>D'J .!li,th-jr...ugii.y r-lco.: a".a nr.sa up; ivr \\ Brewster. AJJ.i.hc .

:: :, to the citizens of either of the contrac- that the neutral party shall, in no case, be required I- to terminate the same each of the > 'nc reccpiiJu -"th>e vao aref.ir C u ratr' m>c :\ : Lctisxvst, Ur :.Vaster.:
etth De' ect.
; iim by ;r.e oi : r r.eit. lie jlcdrr: ? ho-
.: : : ; j ties although the whule to go on board tne examir.in'essellor> contracting :f that ... ... ,.. ... ..hali b, .. : ?, H, Bry.. F 17 \r
lading, or any parties reserving to itclf the righty *: : every ::- : r-aj iVr r-r accts-: JtOMsSlL. MD
; } .
i i -jr, .,
... 't I i iSiRl creof, should! appertain to the enemies'r the purpose of exibtting his pJprsor; for an of giving such notice to theOother! at the end ,' u.viaii-n: anvicuriVciuta.e l.l'hi-r-atrcr.- ..\ .'....T-oalav.. rMl $ _5."--,,.-*

lio' : : : contraband goods being always ex. purpose whatever. j J I of said term of 12 year; and it i is hereby agreed i f! Tahae.: Nov. 2ftb 1533. :-. A.1j FISHER.. : T"m'.r L VKair, Sc.:3r : Ms;: r,

: : 4: It i is also agreed, in like mannerthat: Article ,22. between them that, on the expiration of'' JUTICE. : Vr'tn Hi.1, (.-. Master icrrta.u
It is further agreed that the i T..tv. tii.i A w n.VvUzl. re.c.t tf '.cocrtlinffVWai
I Se shall extended stipulationabove after : :.
liberty be to persens one year such notice shall have beci[1 ,' : WYATT Ca(XWu.
;
I 4 k'i:; c w board free with this effect expressed relative to the visiting aad received bv either from TEE UNDERSIGNED La-nr; j-archasel: the er.tirerter .
4 ,:! ; on a ship, the other partthis 5 '>:;J f r C 1, I S:1b.3.v _
; : examination: of vessels, shall .; -- tofMr. G./e-.s Er.-'..-r. tL? Merchiii-
F1';: i. .loush they may bc enemies to both, orJj. those which sail apply only e treaty in all 1 its parts relatne to conimorcen ; ti.ctsathment! c.n :ueeJ und,r the rira of Betcu ::- .Ji icE---.. i e.)3 CID; d an ajls: 11.'

!; f eituy, they are not to be taken out ef without convoy, and \' nndlnavigation( shall altogether. ceJS and de- E.."n'. :n tirplace.: n-nfeN h..> tncnd* a. jru 1" ( .: u{j.im T (' .'tc. i3e..n LNnCountj
'i '"3 said vessels shall be under thefverbil p <"n. that htr ... : are rt' -.est'd t* cooe fon ed atJthci preeu
:l; ship, uck s they ere ofnceis or sol- convoy termine, and in all those parts which relate er5.' : n \.ro-'ervnr a u'enerai u<.*or- r.'reoy Jby
declaration of the to. of Gc'! \r.T .: auiUtri.cattd w.tiun tLe : .tc p.e> *
the meL -'ected b'li''f' culy
f rllcd comoy verbal declaration ty : -e in B.
t in the actual service of the enemies L- and it _'-
peace shall .
friendship be will : *
"Tcose tae csiate
perpetuallys : New York 3.... Ba ; ;la-- JnJe -:< :o Fe.s
Pro of the tmice. ar.a c"er* the *
il ( ;j commander of the : a=eat
,
A t I however, and it is hereby agreed l, cont"Ofin h and permanently binding on both powers. r d--i! paes a: r ..l.lt teJ..d oic:red- b7j c-Scte forward: and set"e w j ius '.- subsaiber.MAR .
.w1:.. ;:: i fha Stipulations in this article contained word of honor, that the vessels under his pr<;- ( 2d, If any one or more of the citizens of f th, lye irm.: ALS O- '' KS THOMAS.NUTICE ,

.I..' '. :. "! it'I, "j.fc''. that the flag shall cover the property'j,! tectioij belong te the nation whose ihg: 1 Ie either party'shal! infringe any of the articles T Erpece.i ia.v: rr br-: Har-jry." direc: free ;: n..n-- 1. t :; 1 1

4 .r -: J. a'dndersluod' as applying to those pov; carries; and when they are bound to an en of this treaty, such citizen shall be held i-verjHx 3t>J' on rn.iier.haiiired :r.0 *; -Drsixc .r. absence from the Trrrr,
-us N
/ e: .: ers "* ho recognise this principle; but 'jf m/s Port, that they have no contraband gooJs scnallv! responsible for the samc, and hirrnony per-I :J 0 Crates Eartherr.: WARE : l. H.G'tLE.S.. Esq. ..lattccdtooy 2crenlbusir.cf l.
.4 cith on board shall be sufficient.Article \ and 3Ir. Ja.-r.es I= to thiaj connected
re any
f ; erhe shall I be and i 1 hJ e:-- COTTON BAGGING >
two contracting parties ;?
I nt I good correspondence between the two j I I.P$ : :_.'--j'fiT: "p- an:::..-!, .r.:. A. MUKAT.f .
,:t j ,, .. Marh a third and the other neutral, the It 23. : naions shall! not be interrupted thereby, each: whrcn: .3I.k he u2er.it- Lirerreortir.i: .. .,ile! : LT, 1 f I AZUZ: J.'..h.. 1535.-52-57
: vri.
Mxrchant
further ; t
flag of is ihit : or -
agreed, in all lhe ze3 i 1-
1 nestralsbail the of cases, '
I cover '
property party engaging in no way to prelect the etfen- .Ner- \ ;< prices. ;
I established =! W1AYEDFOMTL'.eecn
encrnjeoe governments ackowledge this courts lor prize causes, in th s der, or sanction such violation. i Co-.toapunLa-e,'. a> unTUIIBCTT-' ..r.t1131
c4 nacjltnd! not cf f others. country to which the prizes may be condncttd 3d. in this R. BETTON : iturday rizht. a r ne
I ; shall Nothing treaty shall. however, Ta.a.ae. ; : ar? MULE. (5 years cli u ex: fr.c,. wr.hO:1e
alone take | Oct 1, 1-3C.. 8-f I
r Article 19. cognizance of them ; nod be construed or operate contrary to former and:l j ; ,. in her hied kg Orok-c. wh.ch; disiiiiremule f:. be"" !
Its I whenever such tribunals, of eithei sbdl 1 i .r" :od for the' saJdfe .:'', at the S3IIfI
Jifcjgc; party, treaties i ''
:
I iIi j :. t h agreed, that in the case where pronounce judgement' against existir.g public with other sovereigns:S i "WWHLL BE SOLD in San Peiiro, .M.vjn! : cc.t1- time: i- place. a Irs3.y FILLY years olc 1 etl
M? any vessel neutra'.g of one of the Contracting pa LrV goods, or claimed j states. I TT on Sitird.y. the It t"o. \ r.: .r nv.\t. SI' :. snrr. r.e lr'\ 15 hands hh. both 'w J?" or'
;. lies shfl P"t.ect the of the enemies property by the citizens C f1r I ecn the uaua! ours oi'sa'.e, ;1 he Q.o.z: psy .\r:\I., r -. but the! r.I'y is b'ird or r..:r1AJ! j ,rm&
property
.: ( f tficother the other party, tne citizens of the other part The present treaty of peace, amity. com- !' to wit : f % ti -'. s t.'n.. :o AIc.x J Fisher ..t Tafjhasste, so. tsa' J

.e I} t.i #, snail. / virtue of the above stipuUn the sentence er decree shall mention the rca:' merre, and navigation, shall be approved and j : 730 acres of land, yir.; on St =.. "i river. with can cct the-r? ...>arf wfl. bi thar*"r..t.rtt7 :'' anl

s,. ': neutral alt-ays be understood that the sons ormotivesod which the same <-ijall have ratified by the President of the United Stalesf : ; the impruvcnients thereon, LcietJ oa c.s the proper- ;:' rcwraVs! ch-ftrcs pcd.: ROBETF1Sf'17. '.
bk propcrtfolnd on board such enemy'a been America and with the advice; t) of Jai e? \". Dibney, t > satisfy his hUts ll r vie "I','.tl.P.ptfr I. *,-.. 1. 55 f2* _
rt.: ..'t i essCJi shall bthfk founded, and an authenticated copy by and consent year Ic36and, cos: thereon. 1

p. >'s property, ad and considered as en C.. the sentence or decree, all the proceedings in I of the Senate thereof, and by the% PresU 640 acres of land lying en Strwannee ritcr, l levied ; __1 AtTIO.-A1: are hereby f"rartKd
such shall perrons
lention and is be liable lo' the oase, hall if demanded, be delivered! to. dent of the Republic of Venezuela, twith the on .is the property of John MiJtr, to satisfy his tax L_l frsm cutting wood or trespassing ia 3D> a !'
: ,; corrjscnion: except such pr 0ii the and of the 1 forthe year l2.-j"a: d l3t, and ct thercon.12C ;; on tLe "UK iistcim *
j rtv as commander or agent of said vessel with, consent approbation Congress of w j >-w i 4 and tae tj s-
j was put 0, board such vessel before ") acres of land i iYl; g en Suwannee ri\tr, :levied: il I ise "
I enforce
4 ., the and the ratifications 4- E. as U detennroed to
We [ put delay, he the le al same; shall be e.-I
declaration of any paying ; fees fur the on as the property of Alex Watson, to satisfy taii i a all: CILUILES A..SELUUJl
: *a, or even afrerwards if it Iame. I ;jnsi dcpmiwor*
; ere done > changed in the city of Caracas, within eight es for the years l"J4, *35, & '36. and Costs thereof. : I3
without I t"i'tI, : 3
; the knowledge ofit: but lheparties Article 24. months, to be counted horn the date of the I liO acres of hnd 1 hinson_ : Suwannce river, I levied j i _

i I ; L&iio"r"fltt1Cting u ....... agree. that two months 1 signature hereof, or sooner if possibe.1n ., on as t.w! property ot J. and >. Hamtin. to satisfy ." JTICE.-Tr. understjne ba'rftg bicenquil&ct duhr.t .
p. wwwiuiauuii; weir c,it- their taxes for she Is36, and I tbe
b. Whenever/ : year ct-sis luercun. acd nven en
of
the t bond Administrator
i: n5 shall not one contracting parties: faith whereof, we, the as :
plead ignorance thereof. On) sbaj be plenipotcntiories 50 ac es of lamJ iyi 5 on or near AuciiM riv'r. I 1.> i-tc .'lIXr..1; !.U1 Parker, late of Leon County,
4 4 ihe; contrary, if the flag of the nautraJ does cat engaged in war with another State, of the United States of America and of the vied on au the property of Jona Lckius, to sarijy. is i!j, rc-q.u>t aa parsers having claims ajaist saM cs< tt

+ td protect the encmp's property, iq that no fuzcn of the ether contracting party shall 1 Repubiic of Venezuela, have signed and sealed taxiS; fur U le ytar IS36 and costs therton. I' toprc
.. goods and merchandises of the cane, the ocKp a commisaion or letter of-marxue, for these presents. SO acres of aid: i iyinj; on or near Auclla river. 1vid I 1- ,, pres-nl hy L:\1'. 'Those irde bled will please ICl
:41. 4 neural, em- the on a> :the propcily uf \Vio. Uc-oiJiaac, to sausfy I! ixcnKciaie PARKER,
tarkcj pnoose of assisting or co- hostiMy i [l r"ymeot JAMES H
p, 1.' in such enemy's ship shall be free. xx'th the said peratinof I Done in the city of Carracos, on the 20th: Lis uie fur the sear 1?3t, \ad Cds therein. !:. : 1 n. |?3o 6-tw Adm tcpt. !..
1 : enemy, against the sal LIpaty !' 60 acres of land Iliitown l .
; ArticJe 17. in the lyios: near levied ca as'
of
I seat war, under the pain of being cou- January year our Lord 1836, and:1 tl.e property of I. U. Searcy. to satisfy: his taxes fjr: : b IX weeks atterd-ite. application wHI Ib'
1 ip -, Thi. liberty- of ,navigation, and commerce I sideied a a pirate. in the GOth year of Independence of the Independence the jear laJo, 31.ti costs thtreor.CJO ] the Hon. the COifltIetteNcfadir.stratioa ".urt of GadsJeo county kC P

Dall; extend to all kinds of merchaudise Aiticle of the United States of America; acres oi ;and lyir.; l;car Ihx:c\\'n. !levied: on as :: l on the estate of Atfifd yjj.
; / 1: excepting those onlp which [25. and of the 26th of that of the /.I the property t': Lt. i> ic Aiin, to azy their taxes Lp deceased.. JOHN McMILLLN.DEPARTED
Die Republic
distinguished Ke.ther. he debts due from o' .\c -.2.. .
: the individnals of for the: }'u: 15JG. auti ccstj> Ustieon. 15;l\ 3I.'FORWdTIOX
r by name of contraband; and under this the one nation to the individuals Venezuela 320 arcso1iaid lyin Hixtown levied !; -
of the other ; near en a5 ?.
.: name of contraband or prohibited JOHN G. A. WILLIAMSON, |".. s.l| the Andnw McLellan J.r .'.TED.
I 1L: 1ti goods shall nor shares nor moneys which they have i properly to satisfy his taxes
I
be comprehended: in public ftuds may : SlXTOS MlCIIELANA. [L. s.] for the year Ib36, ar.d cost. ther o:'. this life on the 30Ui of -;. last:5 J
1 1st. Cannons, nor public or private banks I L. T. TOV.-'SC> D, SheiisT. Rolisoc's Di? Sprur, Chipo n. West FfcndaJ
: Llundebusses mortars, howitzers, swivels, shall ever, in any event of war or of national ,' :-Whereas, the said treaty has been duly I. Ser.tember,13C. 3 5w miles trom .nn3.-JamtS Ccx. he fitTY51. !

1 muskets, fusees, rifle-, carbine diligence, be seqlJe.i red confiscated-- j; ratified on both parts, and the respective rat i) in the Mate of Tennessee near KuoxtiKe.; : .11:1 rT.i -
vistols, pikes THE LEON ACADEMY.
swords sabres.- Jan---e--.. Jlne"r.r- --.. Article 2G. j ifkations of th j same were exchanged at Ca- I. es or any person dulr authorised can rectlfeos

: halberds & grenades, bombs, ptwdftr, matches( To make more effectual the protection which raas: on the 31st day of May, 1S36, by John T HIS1T1TUTJONjj1b, the 3d opentd en Mon- J t he left cnppic&tion.! JACOB
balls, and all other day October, unJer the
t use of these things belonging to the the United States ani the Republic ot Venezuela G. A. Williamson, Charge d'AtT. ires of the of lhe subscriber, a private &ar.ijuiy.supenr.tendar.ce Those: ADMINISTAATOK'S NOTICE

l p ; I arms. shall afford in future to the navigation United States to Venezuela and Jose Etisebio branches of education comprehending a l.b'cral and IX mesihs after date I shall present mr8.Cttll:

I 2d. Bucklers, helmets, breastplates coats and commerce of the citizens of each other Gallegos, Secretary of Foreign Relations and : classical English education, together'xvith the rudiments !i- L_. Mid vouchers for final! Culel11 nt. and 1"1C1..
c :
of mail, infantiy belt, and clothes of the Latin Language will be lai-gUl i in this 1h Bon. ofthe oLe0fl
of crt _
:. the made up in they agree to receive and admit consuls and I the Treasury of that Republic, on the part Institution.No : Judge Couniy 0( e es
furji and for for 3 tisch3r iNln.de l\dallnstncorshJp!
a military use. vice consuls in all the ef their respective Governments exertion siiall be I
: omitted
3d. I foreign commerce. who on die rartoithe subscriber t.ic of Jinles B.\nDtmr '.. _

liJrnit ure.Cavalry belts, and horses with their shall enjoy in them all the rights, perogativesand Now: therefore, be it known, that Andrew mental and to ensure moral)that, which proficiency and of his pupils U>Ui :: : 19 I: .. 32.6ii '. 0 t LEY'trch i
immunities parents guardians have
of the
; 1th. And consols and vice con- Jackson, President of the United States of a right to anticipate in & well organised acd FOR SALE.
judiciously
generally all kinds of suU ,
: instruments ( arms and of the most favored nation; each contracting America, have caused the said Convention to regulated school. I 1100 ceres of land! 11 ne-rxs, 10 males! 5 horse,tf

of o iron steel l J. brass; and copper, party, ,however remaining at liberty to be made public, to the end that the same and No schollar will be received into the school f for '-3g- cn, 4 cans i carnralls>4 joke of oxen, WBJ.

or any otker materials, manufactured prepared accept those ports and places in which the exery clause thereof, be observed and J Jess than a quarter unless by special agreement. of hogs 40 head of cattle, 1000 bushels of cOrfl, a JJ'
and formed exproisljrto rqako WU by adinUsion and residence ot fulfilled may The terms are, for orthography, reading, writing and 2000 I J&s- of fodder, and all of the farming tooB, 111
.. sea or land. rice such consul and with good faith by.the United States arithmetic '.S per quarter. Grammar, history and set of blacksmith tools. There b 400 acres ofcleartd .
: consuls may not seem convenient. and the citizens thereof. In witnes whereof, I geography, with the use of the globts S. For the and under WOOd feae*.-Term* one w 4

p Article 18. Article 27. I have hereunto set hand, and have caus- higher branches of; the language $10 per quarter r cash the bhlance in four years. .

4 All other merchandises and things not c ra-. In order that the co suls and vice consuls ed the seal of the United my States, to be affix .! payable quarterly. CTTb PLiatatioo: LM Oft Mieosuky Lake! -
JOHN M. 1.LSTON&LEDW'w
nrebeqcjed BROOKE. _
the articled .
oontraband tbe'two
expli- contaactiog parties mar enjoy the ed. I Tallahassee. SepL. 20th 1836. 176.6w tl 3. 'Jt

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_4 : gin, as such ire estimated here, he deserves, r deprived of the commHnd-in-chief which had The ... S .
:lOd,\\ill receive its highest honors. I been conferred grealesl harmony now prevails between 1 1 -'. -- _- : Lr- ( '11 : i .
?fiOi1IiIAN on an ex.colonel belonging to the civil and ; t
Military department of Texas. R..
the Navarrese bands and that j FILGRIM. : \
; Valencia The
LA1D 61; U1UbrJnn"1Y .. [From the name.] tranquiJ the late was Mexican Army is: is but 2000 strong, MERCHANT
: excitement TAYLOR !
subsided and
having
\\ the division ,
/
e ore gratified to perceive that the at Metamoras daily on the :
great in
,..--: ( OCTOBEH. 15. I object of Internal Improvement connecting consequence of the inhabitants indulging decrease. The Tcxian Commissioners, Teal Having]\\tat relumed fij>m New York,will l hare open 1 :
the hope that in a few days and j
:; the Gulf a pcedy remedy would be andCaines who a complete general assortment
of Mexico ap ,
since
with the referredto long went to
STigivoUie statement of the I Atlantic plied to the evils! with which afflicted. MetamoJ GOODS in hia liteotoosinC8.1od hopes that, by
*\\e\,' are una Council this week I by us last week, has met with such general they were rag to effect an exchange of prisoners, arestill perscveraice and Itrict attention to hit bnsinesi, to- l'4 :
the ; [Philadelphia Gazette. in
to close merit uhare of '
embers support and concurrenco every where. confinement, suffering under the a pabho patronage.
( Governor but were Tallahasae/ Oct.'15th. 1836. 10 if L' ,
t ff The exercise Mexican
to the acting friends of( this work will be gratified to Treachery. -
fflplied account of the ab. learn that it will NEY YORK, Oct. 1 : XECUTUKS bALR-Af-! the personal and : I lj;
be
them, on not likely to meet with ,
in !
0 bt::1 LATEST FROM FRANCE. real: estate of the late.E'verettVhlte; of JefTeson !- ,
,_!, e to Secretary. I any opposition in Florida or in Congress, From the Philadelphia Courier. county, consisting of Landd, rJoascs! and Lots inMonticelfo r.1' :

,.,CC 0fb13 I:: private_ which will force the company to carry it above By the packet ship Erie, Capt. Funk, from The following beautiful song is furnished I Slaves, and other etfiCts", will be sold at t;: :t

" finiSh the publication of the the Florida line. The following letter from Havre, we have our files of Paris papers: to the for (he Saturday Courier by an esteemed correspondent auction for cash, on Thursday, the 2Ist October, in .! 1 .:!t
fl"* *C cfc Wc the 24th August inclusive, but they add ]Jit ( who he it from Mimtlcelb. :Sale: at the Court House! ,at 12 o'clock. ,js' ':f
t.. S;.__hereafter we. shall be cna- intelligent and respectable Editor of the tie very says cut an Irish JOS.M. WHITE, .
IJ'5cfl.C. greater: variety ofSX Floridian, and the present organ of the execu. to our previous intelligence from the con paptr, printed at the close) of the American JOHN D.ED WARDS, ; :

It.JI0. r'f'1\C OU rea ers a tive Florida, to tho delegate in Congress, tmcn!. The advices from Spain are of a painfully revolutio.i, sixty years ago Oct 1 1,5-,_83G._ __10 Executors .' :1

mattcr. now at New York, was forwarded' to one of interesting: character. The constitutionof ODE TO COLUMBIA. wA'rdllEsJESVELRY, r.r.SflUttUittt ':t

: has reached us the gentleman interested, and we are permitted 1S12 I has indeed been proclaimed, but itsproclamation Cokm'jia's: shores are wild and wide, : $C ian go'oiJ I 'iI
the aimy to it seems to be every where attended
publish -
,
-cwfrom ns containing sensible Columbia's hills
a very are high, '
*() although we have"Svl and with violence, tumult, anarchy awl blood" I IT. GERARDm t; -i
),,1 publication! clighlfctied view of the subject. And ndely) planted side by side, ,
sheod.
for some. W trust, howe'W {New York, 4th Sept. 1S3G. The Queen acts under the influenceof Hcrforesls meet the WATCH l\tAKER&JEWtLElt: Respectfully informs j V
1! )joig terror and all eye. his friend and the public that his r
% whom generally,
against the
Ii
'"'n the Soninolcs retreating b e. DEAR SIR,-Allow me to direct your attention and excited soldiery Yet nairow must those shores be made, son 1.'. C i. has)JUSt returned Irom New York with athoica z }

rrr.. endeavoring to play to an article which appeared in tho Boston people.heur animosity:: are ublig And Ion- Columbia's hills & fashionable! selection of Gold &. Silver! Pa- i., J
t trOOj I |*. 'nd: aro Atlas ed to f Jlv) for their lives. The members of the lent lever WATCHES \( and ofCias !l 'J
," our of 31st of August, on a subject ofa And lov her ancient forests laid, ftlJ.J.jeweled plain, \
.,.,,j c r l'I'lInc: they did last Spring.ox rail.road from Brunswick harbour: to the Apalachicola !late cabinet have all sought safety in a precipItate Ere Freedom leaves her fields. ,$ Johnson manufacture. Gold anchor ?; j 1
:e gold Gold and Ladies"lajii
departure or in close Duplcu ; Silver Lepines! ; C {
; concealment. .
prices at which ) River. I learn with astonishment, Genera! Far 'tis( the spot where rude ami wild, gold and silver watches, fine gold Chains; ... .
j (( still maintains that it is contemplated construct this important Qucsada, the commandant of 31:ad- Sie played her gambols when a child. 1)?r b"h', Seats I Keys, Earrings!' Brcastpms, ;)ndFinge "

, .., rk C t o'lcn u ill), vi?: : 16 a 17 ccnt.V'c work entirely within the state of Georgia riJ, has ben assassinated by some of the National I JtlIgS: oId &. s lver Pencils ; gold and silverTliiru&.es l
, ... Guards. The breeze that waves the mountain pine ; gCilld! and silver l'ectadci ; gold and 811. ..' ;
terminating it on the Flint at its junction with The tho J-J fragrant and serene, I ver ll'l kc( Silver Comb sn\i\\ \ Shirt B ton*, and } 4
S day previous to ;
proclamation 01 s
article in torapcVcq'icd tho Chattahoochce rilvcrSnullljoxcs.KnJve9 .
,
readers t :11\ from a mistaken belie And tf
r never clearer did i
ci1r that the the constitution! there was sharp lighting in sun shine I Penknives, Dirks, Canes;: Sword Cane, r,
lllas
will
f''10:11 the Boston on project be opposed by the citizensof I Than lights her vallies L i
the :
Ii J Florida. streets of Madrid between some of the jrcen. GunPH.tols, Rifles $ Duelling PI::>tol Powder I 1
cln5tructior: of a Railroad from Brunswick From the character and wealth regular troops and parties of the National Yet putrid must those breezes blow, Flasts! Shot h3is, Swords, Silver Plated Table! and ;:

State of Georgia, to the of the individuals engaged in the enterprise, in That sun must set in Tea Spoons, Butter Knives, Fruit Baskets, Candlesticks : :J
the guards, which several of the form gore;
'I jaiber, across there r were Knives and Forks handle .
is
: little doubt of its early accomplishment. Ere pe.ul ana Ivory ; i: -J
of
the Ictter of woulI 1( d. The arrival of the footsteps a foreign; foe .
<
] Hivcr-and also JTe Queen and Regent Plated Snuffers .$ Tray and Castors. n' 1
.islarhicola
: !: shall thus be cut oilfrom all
visit the North par- from, lldcfonso put an end to these (tlis Imprint Columbia's shore. Musical IVxcs, playing frorr. ii to S tunes, -Ac<'or.
at f
|f ;afert!) Editor: now on a : ticipation in its benefits, and it is too probablethat turbances but the existing state ef tranquilitywas For oh Columbia's sons are FREE decis, GuiHrs, Organs, Flutes, Violins. al.d'ioi.1 t. :

delegate!: : in Congress. the contemplated Rail-road from St. Their hearts beat high with LIBERTY. Strings, Ibt quality, Work iSo.xt-s, Leather Dressing' {; i:
not 1
of this road is of vast im- Marks to Jacksonville will be abandoned.- expected to endure. Cases, Writing; Dusks, Fancy B.>xes, Uiunes: of all t,
Jtc termination: Could efleci with The quarrel between France mid Switzer- 'Thoug deep ami wide her streams that flow kinds, Perfumery of every description, Toys, _ia- i':

,flixe; : to the citizens of Florida. Icrmi- I'any, so you that the a road compromise may run directly tho com-from land, or rather the canton of BasIc, seems to Impetuous to the -tide, his&:together line. with a great variety of other articles in I 'r'': :'

.cJ (IU (the 1int river at its: junction withvfhaltahoochoe I' Brunswick to Tallahassee- would confer be growing: : CriOU3. And 1 thick and green her laurels grow He will also receive in a short time 4 of the Irsc.mauufucuireil t

; : : it "ill only render partial a !a.' ting benefit to the citizens you of Florid i? The Cholera was still making progress inAtitrji On every river's side; PIANO FORTES, which he will sell f'. '

while juts coor.-c be divcited i a little It would enter Florida iho Aucilla and Hungary! ;: and Bohemia, but its ravages Yet should some transatlantic host very Imv fur dish.jN. tto .,'
i.llEfit l ; near U.He has selecte.the\ bcs rials for i'
I aro much I less dreadful than in 1831.: In nntf: repairing "
Pollute her
| -j.to: iaiiaira-s': : '", so us to intersect Ihs pass through the most fertile pOI tion of the waters fair, watches: and wiil girc satisfaction to tho.j r.

f.tr advanced; from this; place to :' Territory, and I have rio tluubiould; meet Lombardy it seems to have subsided. They'll meet them on the rocky coast, who may ,.lavor }him with their custom. r.. "!
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d.j a'joadv I'with The French King had gone to Versailles, And gather laurels there. Tdll.l;1lSsee. Oct. 10, ISJ6. JO tf ; .
Mikit: will not onlv' render! essential ); 3hcarty co-operalion of a great majority where his Ministers had interviews ---- '." .":
'*. *ui of the people. Should sectional interest daily with For oh Columbia's sons are brave, LISTof: Letters remuininir in the Post (UlIiCl't : .

.,:rCf! (w loiica! but be a lasting benefit tot charter for OP"pOEe h i:n. And free as ocean's wildest wave. tiincy, Gadsdcll County, Flo. on the 1st day it f !r .
a this
purposetho authority October, 1836, and.if not taken out within H. rc-.... ::. '
wU'Jle l"Jlion. will! not be withheld by Congress for the completion For arming boldest cuirassier, months will he sent to the General Post OlUce, ai ,;..

Tw point at which the road shall terminate of a work in which three-fourths of the TEXAS. Tbe've mine of steibng worth, dead letters. 1 l ,t

'. 1',1:11: importance: to the citizens of JUidTiorida States of the Union are interested. THE TRIAL OF ANTONIO: LOPEZ, for attempting For sword and buckler, spur and spear Adair \VI1B Lang Harriet C .

: and merits tLe! s-pccdy action of On the route by Tallahassee; few obstacles to rescue SANTA .\1'a'3 to take Emboweled in the earth. Allen Joseph .Mnr:1I1l\1arcellus! 2 .:
will have to be overcome, and materials of the And ere Columbia's Allen John H McNeil Hector t. .
sons
-rv true citizf n. place in a few days. This second attempt to resign Alderman James PascbillMr
: Murphy
;.r------- __::zI -=== --== ..- best quality are every where abundant. Tho rescue Santa Anna, it will |he remembered, That boon their fathers won, Allen :Samuel I ver AlexMfCrummon h ;
il-rotn I the I I'.o.tnn: AliaJ J work will become productive as soon as it The polished ore from '. :
was made by a Bartholomew Pages who was every mine Adam-i Juliii' ) JBond Dan'lNathans i
INTERNAL IMl'ROVEMENT.; shall have been constructed us far as Talla. a Spaniard from Catnloni. His trial i is alsoto Shall glitter: in the sun. Jtii'ersonBains } Isaac: : t ;

\\ l.S.; is tint tlio; "age of! wonder.-) it is at hassce, either by means of the road already in take place soon, and certain death will be For bright the blade'and sharp the spear, \\' C Patson Sam'l .

.,4: ,the era or {'II crpl1'c) and impru\ement.1 existence to St, Marks, era branch terminating the is.su<;. Santa Ann it's private Which Freedom's, sons to battle bear. Blunt SejJinI3arhree : Foytruss Mary ; .' -.
-eN. 1'. Cai al, .'ul.llcctin the Hudson secretary Jno S do SarahPoindexter .
: : ( ;; near Dog Island, while the will
company discovered the and
othe"iet vos-lcrii= !) Lakes, has nfl been I be left plot, excused the Spaniard Lei Britain boast thc deed's sho's done- Bui no SJIMI John M 1 l:,' '
; :: ) at leieuie to complete the work: to I l
who was to liberate his master. The Pa-
way her Clark Ilol/t Thos I
..J 'ited: : tin vcrs or little: more, when the I Chocutauhatchcc Bay, fiom whence the line Santa Display trophies bright, Penny .
effect the of
It Cash
gus attempted escape And count her laurels \Vm n"se'HII[ ;
'*'minj resources! : ufthlt productive region, of communication will l be continued to Mobile bravely won, I'"
Ann: is as follows.Vo g alier our informati In well contested Campbell! Alex Rice W M .
...er UIC'-S.ilY m cnliir, :cmiMit of I the wa- | and New Orleans by steamboats. fight. Carres Tims. H ItufAndrev
'm: from the Tcxian paper itself. On the 16th Columbia t
'uinn.ujca.uu: ; : Lfncic'iit fur/ tteambout.s: i j j.n.lioaJs The advantages which will result Irom' this arrived at Marion Columbia can array; a band Ellis! \\" A Saiiueers J L 2 '"
August:: Pages .
;
To that laurel
: arc aluadv: being; o.xecuted a.ithe magnificent: scheme of i internal\t i improvement, I hndmg, via Brazcria, with a small of wrest wreath EJivardi:: John Sweet J.UllCSv r: ..
.fthc line. That work cargo With keener eye and steadier hand l-'stcs A in M '2FinlaysMi : Simkins Smith i; 1
t rcat'-r (
: l( ;part arc greater than the mo >l san: :.!_mno would liquors and provisions which belonged to liiiii-
,'b considered and vision.ttlienprcjicicu To strike the blow of death. ; Angus f 2 Tluirason.William. : J.' !
)' v.as; ) l extravugant! dare predict. New Orleans and Boston will
self. His I object was to :sell his cargo on Fletcher .I Tomlinson A G
For whether the land 1 : III) t.
on or seaColumuia's 1
Clinton, is found insuf-
: by 'be brought: within seven days travel of each
board. The crew of the schooner, (the Pasa- fihtis Forbes Henry Tuletn Abram :
icmW: ( the cuu.itrv, before its gratitude has other-lines steamboats will be established ic. commanded by a capt. hinges) was composed ; victory- Grant Joshua 'l'hllm \v t., "
I
tdeii L uhis mt'SJi'iiy, suitable: monument, to Havana and Cruiz and the j GravfS.B l1ohartVhalevlnrnc t,
Very : ,
of seven men part foreigners and uart Let France in blood throunb' VuropoYQ O, ; ; .
a !lev.\ .. ...I of i.i-: : :;Miijs ic pu'.dic') services. Darien ; and 1 as soon as the hhmus'of\\ native: :1II Americans : a number unusually I! Arid in her frantic mood, George Amos 2' Weeks" Elizabeth, .

4 Viefccsee: r.o'.vun Oiiio Canal, from that Rail-road at that point shall have been completed I large, ron-ijdering she sizo of the Passaic, aid I In civil discord draw the blade, Gantt Gniut J.-mes Joziiun Newborn "Warren\\ ()mack Moses Duvid -.. :

.
*,'iieriur:! : to I..IKU 1 Jlrif, and cojiimunications i, fifteen days from Boston, ami twenty- her destination to ports of short pas ae-;. To drink her children's blood.! Howard David Woolen Jas. A ..:

.'''pc M"Jfiu'i{ j t !lkt; j.M chigan: to the mnjessic I seven from Europe, \\ ill place the traveler on Information had been received, New Orleans Too dear the skill in arms is bought HuiJiuIl I \V Miilludnall -; Wade Jas

'!:.5S' i'i.| ;:' )\c have tlCJ\\ bufijrc us reports : the shores of the pacific I Distance: will almost th.it she was leaving for I'cx.ts: under Where kindred life-blood flows, Ilob't Wmn Mary C.

coumii.ons, of States l lor a RaiUroad from be annihilated and 1 countries\ heretofore suspicious circumstances.:: Immediately: Columbia's sons arc only taughtTo Jobnsun R \V White Ann A ,

"Oiiia: to the .Ail.tnlic, commencing at Ciu- tho most remote and disconnected, will be her arrival, Pages proceeded up the river in a triumph o'er their foes. King Meage: Walker P C a .

;;t. aJ: etidci: at Ciiailc.slon! : Surveys united 1lJy the bonds: of interest and friendship. boat, had an interview with one of the I prisoner Arid (then to comfort soothe and save, Love J. C Wilcox Elizabeth Jno.
LowtheHSarahLowery Young .
': ''t'thr: : made fur a 1 R'til- outJ: from XashftD I trust that your exertions will not be spared and subsquently delivered a bottle! sealed Tli3 feelings: of a conquered brave. Anthony (74 letters) : i, -

t >e'.v Uil, 'iii<. Theie seems to be 110 to secure t Florida the share of advanta- with green! wax, of what he called bitters, but I Then let Columbia's Persois calling for the above letters will please t ;*J.4'_ .

'jecitoo J stupendous: in its character, or I. ges rcMilting from this enterprise to which.shc which on examination was found to contain; And bear hthanner eaglets soar, say advertised MADEKVILLE LEUT, r

: Cicujtin:,: <:'Mut, for the genius, lesoura is entitled by her local position. i, opium in a considerable quantt: -. This deleterious \ high, ( uiccv, Sept. 30th, 1536 (10 D. P M. f.
\Yith t tiundor in her dexter 1 _
t ;,.; f I administcrsd to the power,
the
cntciprise (< coulltr\ The hIs. Yours respectfuilv liquor was to be
Ant in her LIST Letters: remaining in the Post Oilice inThomasville f.
:'' of no CMuntry in, the wold! will WMYILbON.: : him and the I lightning eye ;
fmnMiiamxsra and placed over
: I captain: guard And vhen she from realms GJO. October 1st, 1336, :if not taken: F
.; ; : .,le of improvement and pros- To the Hon. JOSEPH M. W.IIITE.LITE i other piisonors, and then, during the heavy, : sees above, out within three: months will;! he sent to the General ... t '
The storms of have
;\', -- ,'nd probably intended eternal sleep of the wai spent, Post Office: as dead letters : *

\\1'1 brc rercuily!, been made acquainted: FROM SPAIN.In I former, the escape of the latter was to effected. Descending like a meek eyed dove, .\kr" e Greenberry: Jones Mitchell B ; -

r, ,: :r uoik.ltir t:; which! without noise, pulling, declaring Madrid in a state of siege on I Suspicions being !.bus\ excited, inquiries were The Then: olive shall branch present.hand divine Atkins Joseph Jon s Mrs Elizabeth I t
Beauty's Miss Aim
Jones
.. J":rl isho/tn.mpct.s) the lseJ and advcnlilioiH aid, or rather a Atktrson Henry
: capital has been the 31st inst., ths Queen Governess mae'o it in! >lit an
The Thomas Lewis
I I never-withering wreath entwine. Adams : Jordan I.
4J CwtJin; : 1'oston, and which \\ ill assured- :j known, that a Military Commission had been I principal agent in the discovciy, made his appearance AlhittoiiVilhm! Johnson Jarred ,_ i:

and ftrt'lluly:' be executed, that for magni. appointted for the trial scdicious individuals I in the person of'* ***, who came Briison: JBrasswel Kerr &. Co. Messrs p. '

"i! .':>'.;vct a.J; public utility, is not sur- and all other offenders, until a fresh decree forward to give notice of the plat, and to pro ENGAGED BEES.- On Tuesday, says:: the Robert Kelly John 4 .. '

: *'ed, p"haps not equalled: by any one of should repeal that measure : i! duce in confirmation of his evidence a document Alexandria Gazettethe Bees in a gentleman's Caiuiadv Lewis W ;2 Lamb Luke G !

;";:eat improvements bel ore mentioned.- And the next day, the captain General of in Spanish, written and signed i by Don gardei became enraged at the near approach Colling Stephen or his. Lee John '

t- work! to( whichvc allude, is the construe- New Castile (General Qucsada,) by virtue of Francisco Pizarro Mantincz, Mexican Consul to the hives of horses and carts which I were njxi f friend McMath Andrv t

:.1;'" ot" a Uhd-roud; : 1 Irom HllUXS\VICl the powers conferred upon him by the above: at! New Oi !t'ans.: This document was to the backel up'foi the purpose of unloading wood: j 1, Canton Carltoti Thomas Hamonor Hardy McGee IcLeaJon Mrs Mrs C A Eliza }s.". ,

. RBOUR( on the coast of (jt-orgia, to the declaration, issued a proclamation. directing, 1ulluvii u purport. they sidled out al once and attacked with vigor I Garter James F. Mitchell Green j'.".
I
iT; : cL\-'J1\: \: : River: or Hay in Florida. UrunsK'5Jiscrvtditir .In,_ !_substance_ _n as follows : "<< That inasmuch as it is well known to him the hcrses and drivers. In a few minutes: the I DoEson Hue McMurrain Mrs Eliza'h a ,

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'Jd\\ln. :>\ho m admitted to be one of the be found with arms about the streets, if not duly a native of Catalonia: hose signature appears being able to disengage themselves, had to Ferguson Ma teem Miss VinaMcCall t
'f 1C:: :cecrs the1T. ill the i is charged with a secret mission ; of the onset best could Grifin Thomas : Charles
in S,) to be the ort; authorised to weal them, as also such as margin : bear the brunt as they

i rbur: On our southern\ Atlantic sea coast, shall make part of groups to run away, they of the highest} importance, for the fulfillment i and that was but feebly indeed. Ono of the Gift Lewis Pond l\1idJletun Daniel Rev James ::*- 4..

'j: is pfih.ps inhealihiest: place in the arc to be :fired upon or charged with the bayonet of which it is indispensable; necessary that he poor nuiiiiaLs was stung so severely that he I Grandv BerryhillGaiJvB H Porter Solomon :? -:

: ( latl.s.; Ihs, important bay and 1 or'other arms. I In case of riot, all on the should:; freely enter and leave the j ports of Texas actualy died in a short timeand the other was I Ha/vy Dr J P ;2 Robinson Rufus K f.

.:!a3ur bas been ne o'i /cied heretofore, but spot are to be considered as taking part in it. which by law are closed to foreign trade ; rescued by the servants wrapping themselvesin Ha/s George' Russ Eleazer ;

tng; fanen into better hdwj-] has been found All who shall be apprehended on such occa- therefore, the commanders of Mexican vessels blankets and going with determination to Heah Henry Sheffield Isbam t

IJUstlr( the report of the Uritisb colonialmsuty I saions :, and particularly those who shall ex- of war or privateers, to whom he, Pages, his assistance.: This accomplished 1, all handswe HuchinsVm J Scoeper Thomas i,
:
: &c. to exhibit tho document, arc requested und believe, precipitately retired from the vengeance Harris Major Thomas Thomas S B t.
)cars ago, iccMnmending it I cite the riots by ordering the general, may I
La: Duck laid and :Navy: : Depot for the south 1 I' be beat, or by obeying such orders, as wellas supplicated not 10 throw impediments or obstacles of the winged warriors. The bees, Huni-hries John letters\VilIey George ; .

.wI tic colon ICE. A Canal i is to:: be construeCrl. those who shall wear prohibited arms, or in the way of his voyage to Brasoria, finding that their enemies had 'ingloriouslyfled" I Persans calling ((53 for any ot J the above letters, 4'iii

'to' \' trade ('If the Altamaha into this arms of kind, without the requisite permission : in ihc .Amciican Schooner, but to lisieu lo from the field of battle, resolved "to car- are requested to>> say advertised.;

: Our: which opens into a large inland sound ,any or who shall utter seditious cries, or what: he may have to state respecting the affairs ry the war '.o Africa." Mustering their for- JAMES W. SMITH, P. M. ., ,"'

:'gaLc: : for lcainboats to Charleston and distribute, papers of that description of Texas, and to aid, protect and assist ces lli2y invaded the village, scattering themselves O t. 15, 1836 103 vy t t
or *
\ nl101h the print post up because the service of the nation so re abroad dogs, and cows, :
nrida norlh, and to St. Johns in I are declared to be liable to be punished him, stingiog pigs FOISALE.qr'JI.flGcoLIq.

: n the South. A Naval Commission 'I with death. All cries, beginning with quires it. Given at New Orleans, the 29th and ckasing men, women and children. They ) :
iitClW on its I of July, 1S3G and sealed with the seal of held entire possession of the enemies I
absolutely
W, under the authority of Con- the words Long live." or Death to, are day THE subscriber S 13.
:eS 1 to determine this consulate. FKAF. PIZ.VRUO MAHITNEU., for some time, driving back sev- received by the l
upon a site for a South and such as send thorn forth, to country __ __ just
inr ,' prohibited ; 1 effect wholly who to cross the stone, pchr.; Tuscarora from .' f
Nay This document produced nn eral pedlers attempted "
i"ii-C yard, which the proclamation.And ;
looking to the I be punished as directed by of New York the following _ :
t'
intended. ImmeJdialely : the approach ii
"dospd ii, Col.! Baldwin's of tumult, riot or alarm ccntrary to that which was bridge with their wagons, '
must all
report, last of m case
atBft1n, the of the. guard over Santa end to tho contest.MARINE viz 1
; wic1The object of this; of kind the Military Commission is captain night put an goods
compa any take for securE Rio Ccffee, St Croix Si'gar
tOtnposed Anna, proceeded to measures .. 1
of
: our Insl and and to continue sitting ;;
respectable anmediatelylto! meet, and ItyeGln, N E. Rum,
ponsILI capitalists, is to the canal & before it, shall ing the parties in the transaction, accords Malaga, I
k open until the offenders, brought he Muscat, \
the 16th where LIST. WINES.
a the on ,
landing !
rail.road to the A palch cola river in have been tried in conformity with the same inly came.to Sicily,andMadeira. ,
lorlda of the of Texas, .
Republic
about two hundred seized, in. the _name_ _, ._ .. ,1
., miles. This rail- i- i' -t
.A proclamation. I 0' : Almonds '
MARLS
: -., _, the vessel I the crew aim omcr inuivitiuals PORT OF ST. Cream Ale, ,
: ; placed
J"sltak nearly the whole travel fr.m The latest Valencia article in the spanol Bale Rope, &c. t, .
it ...
were ,
and
under arrest. Pages a Spaniard .. ---__---- ." r from N. York kig t
? hEld eastern slalesas welt as of of the 2d inst.) is calculated to confirm the with And are daily expecting per 'f '
SOuth ( i irS irons and free communication Schr. Southerner. Myers, Lucinda and Schr Byron, a general assortment
itlantic, to New Orleans. It will obably raised in the readcr'smind put ; Oct S Arrived,- |. C'ntItry t
.roJuce tmspiclci on- pr also interdicted since which the cap- to A. I Goods. Ready made: clothing! Hardware
thorn is subsistence stores Dry
: mu .arcvlut on in the trado and inter'Ppositl by the perusal of the officIal accounts otQuilez's has made an effort to destroy II from !'. Orleans, : Rifles, lJonbic-B..lrrelleJ guas, Pistols, Bus, .'J'
I President .
of our countrJ"-will late defeat, in Monday's Chionicle) tire Crane U. S. Agent. Shoei, Sac dies and Bridles, Credtery, Glass kind
:1 extremes together, and insure a ready bring that that defeat had not been either completeor lmself{ by taking large dose of opium, which 9 Schr Byron, Pearsall, fin N. Y. mdz. to China ware, Bale Rope, and Baggug, Twine and, which M r, :
roi ot groceries
however, only nasea. dicins with a general: assortment
: nablc after produced ; '
that sundries.
j passage from Boston to NotvJf decisive.-The writer says, it is believed by the Texian authorities, thet Shamrock Curell fm N. Y. mdz.to will be sold on liberal terms-they have about aOlX 7"
a scheme 10 8C\'en days. Such is the outline scouring the neighboring country, that leader the of was formed when Pagas 11 Schr. bushels dry care: alum salt which will be sold very..,
:
plan escape
' '';)U eless on the eve of execution, with that has returned to his former haunts, prouder for New Orleans ; and it i is in.. sundriesClearedScbr for low. -warehouse and
left Velasco Levin Jones, Noyes, They have large and commodious
J'J Cautious it and decided character of than he had come from them ; and regrets, assist, foi ramifica: merchandize, cotton a.J t.'..Ucr + .
others to tho
POpu1i1tJon.Se1 columns, fared that wero Wiihlacoochee, provisions and forage for cotton shed?. for storing '
of tho Queen's tie ai 4general
attend
e that the operations have been discovered, including several producethcy will r Iso to shipjMBjr *
: author of this splendid which to preside over them tbns army. c6nmltision business, and wil buy tviiii n.I.
ss Nyell most seems entertained
as by a fatality i "
U proJect. is Thomas the advantageous siballern agents. Suspicions are 12 Schr. Southerner, Myers, N: 0. ballast vance money on'cotton stored with them to be ttui** ;
Butler
King, of should not have produced has Mexican owners ; with !
'tGrgia, a' incc ttat the vessel to port in the United Slate; they ped.u
fler3 and'gentleman, who, by his atmable I lesults that might have been expected, 8 her cargo she cost in New Orleans $4,500. COTTON COTTON! -' ped themselTes any \Jo pay strict attention to all business entrusted :

t4vOrable great intelligence has made a I the rebels Jiave passed wherever they pleased. Tho Texian Army, it is now understood, subscriber wishes to purchase Cotton, and to item. .

[impression upon all who have. The article further states that Serrador was 4000 Their encampment has been THE give the highest prices. F. GEKARUIN. r BENJAMIN tYRD Co\

aure I to his to State know him, and i if[ his valuabjo on the"31st of July, in Caudiel with had 3000 been men 1 1- ate removed strong.lo the Garcitc, ncar Malagorda Bay. TdllMiessce, Oct. 15, 1SJG. lO y i MagnoliaJOct.; 5, 1836,, IOLl-. [

are appreciated i IP Geor- threatening Segorbe ; tbut,...Cabrera .. -
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n't LEGAL AD VERT1SEM ENTS. ADVEIlf'lSfiMENTS.

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.- DMIIUSTKFORS NOTICE.-Six ir.or.ih7o7- tstt'rn District of Florida, t TAILOR

YCfcLlSHtD EVKir lATURDAY MORNING AT icr date, I shall exhibit my accounts anti vouch- j County of Jickson. j jrglli'E

}g; : Knur dollars advance,-or Five in si month er L to the Judge of the County court of Leon coc-ty; I petition; t-f Elizabeth Holland! widow of OR- FLORIDA,1)

J p No paper w ill b<>discontinued unless at the option of as Administrator en the estate of Thomas Heir deceased ', J L. Lewis Holland decked, late of said county ill WOULD respectfully inf
and Th L\Mngs\be rre ent'Hl to the judge of Jack-en county court at dm he
5c ? {
r apply for a discharge. ; vm" EM jnz
: the Editor, bet re arrearages art paid. the next October tcrn that commissioners be 12h 1536;. \ tv with a
c inserted at se claims on said estate, arc informed it a dividend Us; { yinc: head dunrter?, Moniicelb, Sept. new and
Advertisements w ill be conspicuously I a po-nttd to allot ar.u set rff her dowtr, in the ralaid L GOODS, which he is
: insertion nod been declared and are requested to oune inrv3r'i and : ; Gorre W. Ulickv. e.l is ap.oi.itcd Adjutant j
t-. NI L venty-five cents per so lare for the .nt ; dereav d husband I know H, stand of R. B. no1ramnLtheold
Ail ad- receive payment. T. R. BET 1 UN. I ptrsoml c>iac: rf ker said j Win. II. TnylorQ.uar.er Maser. "d't4

fv 4 t t 4 -j f 4 fefty cents for each subsequent until continuance.forbid ot other* May 23 1536. 42 6ms All l p. rsoaare notified that the petition is f.ltd in L J.vnes L. Parish Pay ma.ster, and } pied by the late H. A.Piersoa,) and* '(
continued
; J'' rtisements will be S this olicc of;: the rierk of Jncli'i: r. uisfy coarl. I Albert J- Dozier) Surgeon cf the ninth Rejjimcnto/ri v lie* those who wish to purchase *"*
'
.
'roi'ic date will
Six njouiaswtter w
e
appiyto
a vrise ordered. R. H. M. D \ VIDSON and i .Mitiia.: They are"to be respected and obey- call and examine hiapo1thefo1io'mn .W*
.1. F'oriJ'
) : nI'V f : The oa all fetters and communications to the judge of the county court of i.vlsden, t'"i a assortment'
postage 4J A.S.WOODVA.l) __.
,
| JOHN A. CUT I1BE1.T. r. .
:' will recehr from the of \W*. rirr'j., j ed accordmsly. YIZ
Simpson n
not attention discharge estate ;
tIe EJjiormtist bepaiJ.ortliey laic of said county. MARGARET \VILS'JU6n \ j{ July 10;, !;..>>; Ait'y.of Petitioner IL j (j') Col. 9th Re?. F. M, Blue! Clack, Brown, Oljye, Grec DIhF-15
: 4 .' Miieiack ,
r y.and
t LEVI WILSON. | SADMINISTRATORS COURT M1LLIis'rFLOIlD[ '
; j 7j'1TJO1IXlS1tEWX1tD.
__ t Mixed
% 4-Lkati
COTTON GINS. : j! jErrEU'OX COUNTY, f.'N CHAXCEKT.J i RANA WAY from the subscriber the -
NOTICE.-Six m-.nhs S% I19th bck, Laven Steet-mixejj
HE frienJs and acquaintance of Campbell dGUze I I to the I Hon. the Jucc:[ j L\'tvfi Rl :;ard Lloit.i! litra *- } of Sept. a nero boy by ihe name of t a'new and superb Article

L T are informed, that by calling on our former of thc cuntv court'lor thejcounty of L'.onmy a-cou is: !: t.te & Jii.iitS Gii: > .,!,C(.>ii.j.lui.4a.n3. .- 'it-r ) AMorf,( wnich he probably'will change U, M rket. VESTJXGSofeirery, i
d
t a 'cns; they can be supplied with Cotton Gins of and vouctiers, and apply for a disciuirc as A i.inistrator : : ti1": & i }::'ik John ) He is about 15 years of age, about: j jin j of Black and Blue! Cloth CSCriz

;: : 1 the best quiiity:, either Cast Steel or Iron Saws to on the estate of Thomas 13o". rtrd. Iftte /st t, I; .inl 1 D.li : > rfrftr; 1 fee; I 10( inches in heirht, his under lip vci, Fancy Figured do..splendjd Superior Bk Sy
i 7.f J.Vi //. JtTh- .u tut c
; :; Suit purchaser's. All persons w.shiuthe. above irtide county deceasd. JASON nlL: rry! : -i q-ut-t: po-c--" '. tle S. rather inclines to roil oat when talking, Silk, do., Alerino, Val? ,._ Qj
S .J. >fr.i'j TAchVfre: :. >. N. 'f f. > ; j >
I ', will Jo uell to call on our agents, viz:-C. C.Williams. April ltth 1S3C. 3G-G.rs. < has a srnail sear on his forehead over one a new style of Engli&h
.* irtBi: /;. Jbnr Jn? /)>. 1ii'V.;/ {. I an.t W. i r.' ): Far.cy Sulfdo"ALSO
1-concouaty? D. Williunsfc. Co. Jeffersoncounty r ... h- bad onaurIhirt and
.' .t '. : I'1CL.ix. M n.tKs attr: dii1 r.. .. < :.- : .. i t .V.-n //- tilt K'f'.-Tkt E. i of -- -mee'ti- >. .' i- '- on an pantaloonslie A LARGE
; Wm. D. Harrison, Gadsdcn county; J. and j W. !er.: tie i-adirm! :: artitil vnuaa.-The hove rewu ( ASSORTMENTnP FMuBerry
my accounts and vouchers adj.ii..Isrui r / ... i < iJ/.cif/ s- l ,';r ant N.V. I r-nd
: -/r
.;i : K \v. Ru ibont Jackson county Florida, for further : ;.; w.li lie iriven lor the delivery cfthe boy 10 .jREADY\ J Jm IADE
estate of Samuel Mauhsby, dcceasei'- to thei} ;
i ; ; ; ; I particulars; as to price, quality, &.C, S i Talaha.s-ce.! T >e-jred in any jail' 'o that I getitn. Among which
.
CAMPBELL. the county court of Le n"county, ard pray t. IV dii- t'f' i ,r-- ; ARCHIBALD
ALVAN GREEN.O .
charged from farther : B lue, Black, Brown, Olive tZ:_
the administration tatof. r fie-/ JlirtiH! IhyUdtteitfit! Grn
Dhii
JOHN M. GLAZE. =. 1-10: Ut ,
; it 43Cm Ii. F. CULEMAN.' f.In 4d .'/. AVf's.., t-'iu ttitrs, | : | Green and Mixed Dre tm!;
e Uchcc : Marion Geo March 5 30tf *
viKage, county te.i i mixed
:_. P j TMK.JOHNSON Orer Coals German
the bupenorum< i.-r tin Coutuy 'i L'.u.t. \ii-: R. .ts. I3IKGEK ,
/"*< i
S j STORAGE! STORAGE! STORAGE M'! Ole ni-tiictof FloruJj. W11'N'cnm: the ruitter this i iV : DiLuq. AND TAIOT. 11 lind 1 with merino and silk, qtiiltedThr llnrd

THOMASBROV/N' ) .Tl IWhtf CMpr! >intsby JtMF D. Wr.TJ J superb article. Superior Blue ? 1
NN addition to his old ware-house the 7 S ILL.Hi.lS Et FL.i Cloak, for Gentlemen. Bik c
against J CompLnsni: : S coxr, J'. .S./iic.ior; a.t-i ->f CViuns-'l I Kr:; C i.pl.nn-ii :S. : Black, Brown
-s-. suVritKrhasreccnllyercctcd a spscious bu-ld I CHRISTOPHER[ C. WILLIAM!?. S : 'I' i is oin-- d! -a-.l : ',i !'r nieii, and it appt-uu.- :y an.u ( XixlderJr'icfF.ToKleJtwiUr, in Xwe 31.*, t Green, do, for Lakes'. BlueBlackV ar

g Si) t y :JS fi.(.t. f,1rr.t.tvjnPrflttOflad .oods. ,t tU.-- D ', r .0: r i and Cassimere Pants. Black'Miied
5 : ; TIMOTHY! M'CARTT. fTMHH su! p a aw.icd in this i..M inC >v g IC :.n".r--: : :* vo name o ( rppertmilv infonn his friends and the

S S:. Marks December 27th 1531. 1 H been evtcu .id on the defendants H'n unVl: I cf tliiii 'crriorv. :irti v. ..!. !;.e L'mteJ S-.u >, it i* HEwouH t .at he .as just rttu .ea from the North ; C rJed Bucksin do. Blue. L Ltinctt 1
SS?
: t S p. ,: h Hams, James J. Vicktr, Sar.ili! Virk- rs ani Jutm P. furtherordt-rcd"that said i DetcnJansaj'; ,' ear and 1.1- vita, a new aril spleivini aaswintnt of GOODS in ,; tlod! Uind Jackets. .c .,,*

S -5--- -:- Duval and its \pp .-. ,g to 'the Jsituthraon o: the >wcr s.iid b'.U on or !>::<>re Monday.' r'1"' Ti.i day f |h'n I--:: Ktt-ir.' -rattful fr fe J.bcral share 'd pat ticn;, Bhe f ,d Black! Cloth, Black Silk an ,
S RY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, N- tvmf}, r, I -:?<;. rth.rsjse the s-iifJ i.'ii i ha.i be takf-n : f Velvets of all Patterns Figures, Quij
: court, thai they are r.-t u.habitant? ef: th::< ti-r5c1:, ,roac here iL rext. nJeo to l..ai, -. hops by sine:
3-r. T.e! subscriber having purrased ( Ni r. b live in rho 1u.t.-d W-i.i \Vi- fr Cflf.S'.l, >Ier:< a bin fiiJe Lrc.tif a.cyfJj j Satin, L'nlishilk striped, do, Buff Chaticey0!
ut >utc, tl.e sid: :! : ; ; piTi a tt nn. to m*-rit a c-.n':.nnaire f i *1 air -. ,
:1": I t Go.Lrntn his; entire slock f Goods the city hams, Jam s J. Viik* rs, araii Vj..rs in C j 'in: t.* ia-v. Ddttd J-ine 2i 1-S: I .i 'r't "'<.1/ aw ml ui'urtinfit if jSJ Q .. j cia, Merinr., and al! the most approved pauens
J &f jliASsei.otfrrs, them fur sale on accommodaU>g: ti"I. JG NDLLJiz. I are to be found amoaj the latest
of Georgia at-d! Jvlm TliMMAS IL' importations.
1' laval in the su-.tj :I. z ; terms. The s s3rtment embraces A great variety of tucky. It is ordered. Ti iit thi' aid Jter...i uit* d' i a T T-i : niH./b'I'K/riu: 9 I a lare assortment ef r"bc Lir.en Shirts, WhtaiVi
: A Jr
tl.-e
d arc. <.$, and l-y late arrivals frora New-York, is ivw r.txt January i -rii o: ( ; :s.Jt-n >utCOUE St i : Jfctn, U-fJc dn. mvisiue and j Fianef! riodo.: Drawers S.scks
Gloves
d complete, pUntcrs and country merchants are invited p arand yn wer the a t S. ..:IXl wi.S: Ttjjmt rr.yac1'Mis ad} vouchersand pray }} (d-i.c! :-c' ;c--: '. L ..-: -i ar.J G Mtn lirown, I'inn.h, j k lick Silk CravatsGim, Silk: fl.crcLfs .
And that a copy of ti.is irdcr be !.-hed t -. i i'.i'Ar.K ra ie "Whirs.! I i.e : Elastic Sssp..
astrat..rsii of
put
: .it : tne J A : Imlocrrv.
:f.: F to r.\li; ar.d examine the goods icjuJjcA-r themselves.W : na wt-x-l vr..t, anu vir'.r.rir.e !j f Silk Cotton and Worsted
: : THOMAS TlLLINGHAST in i some ne. >4M-r, -' ),: in lh-: f 'ity ot T ;...ihassee e> .' ; f'f Wt i... M\rr.'Iirr i-yj. 1 j-..ur'kDra.j aril brown IVfr'ham, for over coats. | Hosiery,Gentlenitn'.rn
| ]Beaver II.1TS Satin leaver do
; for four nniuhs successively. 15r or-'er '"J! las ; -l-f.VarVt.. J H-C "I 44i-n; : V V. KKVAX. I j jiiif CAS.SI.MKR Youth's Sato
Honour. THOMAS RANDALL .I ud '. ver do, Fur Seal Cap, Umbrellas, and
NEVS'I'ORE J ME- S. Lixx. C'tk.' 414: ; -JT1CI--X: W.4- .. n 5 T CortTed, 'II.-.: .!'., buckaku., c.ecitd and prinlt-d, o if which is neetleil for a Gentleman's! outfit.ererj

.1: PROVISION AND GROCERY.rx 11_.- i\: t i-c ia .d 1 1 tire Cu( tn'V Cur 'of" j.-J 1 n Co :aty;! I j 'the r.rLs.tGt.i5's! *"."r- > I J. B.B. would! also notify thatdur.n the
j IIE subscribers have united themscltea under VU IICE.- ,&ti- tLt5t t i.t :ne L" : : IIAIIl CAMBLETs! ; rses.ier .
e I :br Letters 'f Ad *mi tr .ti-.a t-n t..e c>:: te vf Ji' .:* of var.ous c-j.ors, j i n he has been eAingcd m manafactorin
.5 i :; JL f.rm of : ii Mater for the of will prt eu ti.er vouch tie. t the fjr Is '. tIieawTe(
: ?, Peachy purpose estiMishmg coat ?: L.c. c'ej, Ltj ci jsi.d L'ouiJr. Clot s a J Wrapr'r*. artick! de'ijr.ed parucular.y for this
: in the town of St. Marks, a Groerrj and C OUt of Gad;t r> f-.unty, and pray t.< !" discharg! i JAMES X.LKZ.:; V s'rrcs.SIt .j .4 '::. .. t Prcrition Sfore. Their building be ins lar-c and frora the aoimiiiii.atorsliri of Hfnrv 1'. Ymge- i durability, are not lobe surpas
-
; Anro .. 151 ; 4fwI rlIti Cr.U3h r.-'urod silk, Szcred silk V.l'c :, f I by any in this: section of country ; and as lit
t 5 mmodimi.they likewise propose attemiirg to the i| JOHN W. MAL'JNC, cloth' X*. vet, i:..r*
.e retiring: and rnardinz of .Goods and Cut.on, towmcts I 45._ TJ.. KENAN. I .z:;" IX is orh: < .sitcf dt; I sUali! apply t<- the k1o i. i j p-irti".T I'n -ar-'urc-J .M s-.l'-s, Ur a'Je Qyiit-i some de;TtC of coniidcnce recommend, be on ,

:. :. LUcy pledge themselves to jay such aUemion in uaiiult !, O-uniy Superior! C "''r:. tf:::? C'f a'y C-.nr: of ..ckv, i County : >r Letters :ft{ j i n.";, f.L'ired: Vv'duni''. 4.s... B'-lT CAsamT* s ?tW< t tiff hose wao xvisn to pTircliase,a first rate article the sanei*

.I as will fl:1: !* them to a liberal share of pa'.rouageiVota May Ttrrni 1 1- ?G.-to 'si: : May 3d ISOC. Oijsp.ti-V.-) "frm tLe R'-ir.5.trati' <'n of tl.e e'-tue ) | net:, exprer; .y fur parties, cKcC'I.. striped crvhi! : i- vroul'I mwcly dd &!iatliisClothshavebeenpu.-t..1 0

.', .. the Merchants and Pl.w t-ersof the Territory, aodneirhtv LITTLIIBL'RY 11. JONES, J ;-t 1iZ* ilit-j.ari 1 L. \'. atn. All per 'n? bavin: rierirtoC i s.rn"res I 'f di v.ockso
fiom
ertr.t coU.nrs : e ery : ;r.--.euiatciy! tue Importer, and are from tbe
f iin: co.inlies of Georgia. Thci ouJs will) j aat.u i.n?; saiii '" .atc are azi' notJ .1 : h.
'.5 > ir CL iccrv ;* f> pr de5C'i'oaLntn: aro'to:: -'u.-t: *, bosoms ar.l collu is' ;tta*. arriva's.i .
j. : be s.'t'd' low 1 fir cash jr pr'xJu.c. As they w ill eivieavto DAVI.) Tll '.. AS j i jent tTi# with' /<: d. lty: SA.ML'ELL ULuAI ,N, ; -, t'i'i.a Hatic! S"'in's. hr.' n and Lukki ; j Ta.al.a55efOctolcr:; 12. 1535. 1-2

kcop nn h-ird a constant {.apply! cli-.ice: andinfej j i T aj>|..:ars t< l.ie 1if.i.n of tl.TA\rt.t.iPv\; 5 Mar a.na, 64 1. tfUi. ?; < :.VC_ nt. :! Gi-vf5. merinoanii sik'H< haS'd.xLimb? .r. u! do ( -tr

rior r\'Wlitics\' r f Giocenes and I'pivisiuns of \ery ] JLvid'1 li ir.as di-L-i. it resale! in the LTmud Stc*. pLts'l: j. nu: p'-un si.kCrrtv.uc, fjn/-y Han-.kerch ft' DR. HUNTER ;
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t 4bf dfsr: i';,. :i, untry Merchants ai.d Pla crsw.ll find but resides in the np n.ce of Texas. It is tlier.f'reon y ivertTat1..p. : iJci- Hiai.Net D.awe.-i
and hrs. !
every
tti l f tJtrs of :ui vui,'. iniuoa tiiC of j I : ; a.m; -
; ii 'lii titate:
tljtir csa.i 's' a
: intersi
zr< my lu tc ca.l. Their >tore is moiion of : *
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now
co.iiji'aniani'! solicitor
or.icrcd tInt an' c-riton fl t-id! the ( Dr.
uoi : late of I ,
I Jalis -
S. l\n>e n uv crrf |
;; lb JOHN DLAHl lioitioa l be nu'de -> !- % BY p
optn. PEACH\\ 'tor the t-nn of 4 I'lOiuh*) rgrteibly 4.Cv A M IT.L \VILSOy.. i L'c.tJf'VZi ctting5-Dr"s; and fror cra: rr of either 'ex, if they sa iE BjrlgIJmiii( ,

.44',. W.M. MANER.Si. to the statute in such asc rna-Je ard j.f r\.j.-'j" 'c : i t.iT'X>n-\i-rcd! and phi'i sk! vrNcr.! velentin, cioh.; ttr_. val-al>;.c ptun, and copious Directo.is; accJapanvi.iz
Marks Jan. r-:: ; _
IGh. that said
136.
23tfllinvand's respondent, Davrl Thoma tio i NU fc .It if.e iit-xt 31; re> cmuiC i1ksat.i ;
?, appeir at,d i } r-i .rt of Le- t 3.it Ud tr.'t t.rsis tst : goa ts : them are enabled etfeclaaily to &ilattt!
plead, ansurr or dorr'jr. to cn.nj'UinaniV mi C'W tyt I ihall pre r.r.t a'ltbf: accc.',' tsau'S hair carnal- Cr.k'iAIN
,,. i-ill filed 1 vouchj j : "sks 4* wap'r : Ir.ii'A Ru* ovc. DISLAsF., and to restore lostheaili
t., .II :j Tonic Mixture and Anti-Costive Pill S. htrein l efjre trre expiration of six ror.l:h or the Mine I ;-of tl'.etsia''of Uubxrt D. Oarer: tie .4ei i.jr 3J! >cwats, truci: co t? wrar.p.rsarul hrrins : nls a f-... tKh ea e, sf.v. ar.d ct-rtaintv. iaafewJys.
N ff the will be taken cnr.fcsso. A : jial; ettia5a; : a.sti t;rav iV a iL-v.t {
r couscq-un-c numerous attempts tc palm pro trut py fr-.iu j "I} s. supply: of silk and fa.Ae''s.caf*, i'-T. !TJ''I 'J eirc-n-ite fare and cnexair.pledsacccs

1r s.urk4, umtathr.s of Reward's valiiaMe Med iS i- minutes. 45Grr. Attru 3. It. II \ liftlSCrkVe 4 JA3. 6LIXX, i f: iiis cly.i-s v '.re imported trcm the Western psrtof 'thu Meci.tioe.! in tins and other cte3. and

: eincb on the public-he has determined to cunfu-'e tl' j jw.les I In G dsiJeii Cnunty Conn.- lo Jn.y Ttr.i ItJti.5- 1 : tath i- ; t&'ue'!. Kfi;ian1., ;.n i he v''L; warrant th"m t be COUM to any :; >\ tlirou;hoot the UEMJO. for the hstfteengaa.prmvn _

exrljsiteiy '.o agents in different parts vf the j i icountry WILLIAM NUNAN, J ALL | I'-r..1.; ht Hi thir ..:tu.:- 1. s j 2o warras t tsn i.:. 'o'ari.-ig wmth it was sausfactonly prepared lktu,
iu cLi.'io '.
.4. t ::5 Icu alone | r i.ji .viu4 i: >t the cft.il; fj .
n WZi.fl Ik* gaiuine articles 1 be | frtas
can j vs Attach !; b l.cy were ; h ied | incuntw'iMv! skit
mcn. p' r imrasdkutly \vav. when
/ Jlosts tn ed
withtheLI
i4t S had guard ihe I > Ne *>jn, <}*Tti. t anj to more efftvually against their JOHN PHAGAN."fftJ'OTlCE j arnval *
r' n. : of the
picket frara v- and "- t-JiCiiON J'OUDKRS. it
: : % Hagar dc--.i. nrrrt quested to the? '..aa.ei'I..n Liverp mnsr ; I effeeti-a tkoroujha.i .(
;ji iMOii" ol unauthori-td venders ; he has insimcied is ILl rfcby given of the institution ,S ti! Tie!! tm.e t> law. prin!> 7 Iv" not ir'.nt-i" by jf/t4 t.t heuJj He has m his cr -f-cetly cure of thatdteadfcl disorder, denwoiniteiiili

: .i.f his agents ii: Uston, New York, PhiL.idelf.113a( and J. suit by attachment made rctuinai'!e tn te! a* ,.- I om p.iy.n--nu lequ.rca y IJENJAMINilAOAN or vrnav i Jvsrvcd: !' !\rn". ." the i/tst c-i VCtI.1GSU1J he '.til m :*>* uj i' acour;e of the Human Race.

Baitinmre, mmcJce no sales to Merchant' and othrt ofcft'it mentioned term nf said court. The d'fcnduiuar d .' AJm'r. of AioscS S. rr .viso. .v.tU JMaiU.a C. wofc i in t !.- :-i'-si R"an"cr ar. at i.e -1n-e 5t r. icc..t.j *.* Tne 11 LLS are KcumpnmeJ, wlientbecajereqdr
-l : U ay Medicines to becarritdSiv1h.for sate tgain.of all other interested % Ha uii oi-d.r tVo-i '
persons are d ? tecu.rv it.
: requin to appear and ieed.Autr. ; ufcwa.iy attend: ; -* wr.h the INJECTION POU'DERi.ji,
I: y p Ltrg .:.. $ a j>crniciuiis article in imitation of plead to the declaration filed in the) c.tse. -27, N v.M. 1-J5. 15 'I CKIIATH: : : the- constitute a u.oz powerful maiimi
: the genuine: Mixture have been manufactured LiS
bj U- R. H. M.
DAVIDSON, Ati'y. fur ITJ. i cp, lcat ;e to tc! *. .irioa< stages of this Protean d isilT.
ems S. C'm5tuc] & Co. of New York, and sent to the July 1C, 153C. : i l:11DY ion
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., T OTICE.-At the : 01'ICE I i rHH I 1: :tn-he dccrc1.itid .d dI explsinu.z tlie: anuu.syrriptom..*, and the moJitit .
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next _
OctT ,
tcr'u > -fieby
;-f4. ; i is <>:i u e bottles nf the imitation. The genuineartcV January o: .vt.n t i tit p r- > r '-y- rj_ .3
b may b had: if tite lolo'! lug persons, wno are J. 1 county court, the undersigned 'miu: >;. '; < u 5.i\S. Lr: >t.if : .jAjr.il; tr-i., i-r 7'fj.., k> .uC. : riM1-- am'tli j rT.jTurul'l; az'.. vl :ch src t!- t t.iline.t. accompany each box, so that perxiimeiiher
>:
Ii ,, ti4* *- crIZJ ?. ;.- 1.1 :{h a-uil' ;t M>.inn* uf '.i.etli-'fdcr.1 nre >s7! .rrd by pri so.x rntv cure themselv

i: i:. Bn..ard jr. &c.,. General Agent, Tallahassee cnt ills rtCCOlllil tmvJ jS. from ik--r''r of a cure ur .- |".: : <>.it >:i :!. ? fiberrv V 'rce r>f tie '*J"S ;"J a box ; the Injection Fwki

.. William Ktrr ic Co., Thomasville, estate, and pray M t 1e discharged thtre-fr-jin. ; _\c..,, etc. Tiiu.MA.:, iJ. \v n I r r. Alu'r"i oi't..e i..iucr.jure!- : t:': ai.c-* la .'? llLp'urjKj -.__ aCe?. ale ." J cents each.)

., :. J'lmes C. EccltN Quincy, p.. MEACHAM; Adiiiuuatur, of vr. D. *' udiu'ix tjf..d; t-' .' -- ; -' I5i-t til.--' i. :; vt m--ie a t-tr; tria.: < f 1_:" I'rep.-.red fiom the original! Kecipe in JiJit..e

,l1: r Swajp; Lloyd! k Co. St. Marks. Harrison. Quincy, July -23, 153G .r-' )t iar-rra; : 6:1 hStj.t. I- >; 5.m; : DR. JCUIi> CELKIJRATKD: LINIMENT Ute Dr. Vv". T. CovtvjtT.'by his immediate itcc r

: Thomas Alexander Hickstu 5- > eof *>or. and the Sole Proprietor, T. K1DDEH
; n, NOTICE-Six Monies after date J ihall ei.it-it ALi evtairic-t T.rtr'nr.' ar.dofI.o rasteve:N
,
i[ Darius Williams kCo., Montictllo, my accounts and touchers aid app'y for a diLsrge who live a character. have -o-iv, iltrrnit: relief and! many: iiavrv [ tv Mtm they} may be had at hi* Counting Koora, t is

S .u:) J. 1). Carpenur, MicVasooky. as Administrator on the estate of (_iu rge Payllrxs- flj t.n (tt the C uvty; ,.can a ( :5d t tof been cured in a few iLy -. -riei23f.our; I a* a Chuinber/oyer'No. 00, neiL door to J. KlDUEiTJ

: '; i a j The la.b'1 of C. Barnard jr. !f co. will been all the | to the Judge of the County Court 1'r the cir ty ot, t el 'I'a.t1assccn:znztlv sar' }' : it tie l'u t r' 11 'rb'.r i.f {ier' ..mta l.s- &-:1 am! \ c.Ity.: v.houefc lor Druz Store corner of Co act and HanoTtr Stwi

4 b<-tlts, sold: hv the ubive agents. Jackso.i. JOHN. C. PAYTIIULsri: :: : Zr trd: in : X. !msrrlv atlLcted'Aith: Ilhcuti.aiistu. i.aveerv full* :e?:i i i.ear"Concert Hall. BoMoru and also bjr his appul.mer.t .

S ,.,j t1- --Fal1.ha'eJulv___ ____ ___ __ 7ih_ _, _Ift37._ _49tflUhfeH _ _ July 30, lS3C-5l-Cm : VtJtMANz. Tax Cd1cct. ik-J. Certirlcat; '; arcin: thepo! ?:e--ion rf the I'ropric : (together with ail those other valaable li
%*. at'ULNU UOOCJff.-Just leceited I 5l1Z. J3 ; :i-tf t ory j
te! Mohawk, from Baltimore, an ejktejisit? and by DA KtL Is t it-.LiiA.ua $ \ iii tr...- uferiui t> art, Mtt'lL) .i>Tuiu r- -' iiH'mi> of tl.i- [powerful Ll.M31h.NT. in ca-es *.\ieit:! .BAK.\AUDJr.&Co. (No.C-\\

;W 4 choi :assortment of goods, consibtmj in part of the JOHN A.CRAIU( I .M..Id. : Distru. N.ttiir.ielV.fd., I I:;.rvy In l'XsU I ot fra; merchants oii tie
S *. *4 follow ing articles, viz : etc! ) Jtfftrsui County.V cc'l &. |11-rry| I; Ilirns i ln-n [.rzII1t s. S, c 's: DUMFRirJYI!: V/ATKU Tallahassee. June 5?, 1535._30t

1 GROCERIES ROBERT VIC IvERY. J I trad.n-, 495 a: \. & H.UtcdicCo. ? : : iun fr : For "ore or intljinoil Kye=. 'iv- s immediate cs.-e n '. TO TilE ASTHMATIC AND COX3U3IPTITIfTl

L.-'. *:'4 S : Shoulders, middlings and hams, bacon, Bait cured, IIE defiii1ants and all persons concerned > tit, etr2Zes. r relief.: Oi itrtntore t-\v-. i.>\\e tiiVet is txoit saluurv. > fTl most prevalent and fatal of all Diseases 1st

4 Dried beef; Baltimore flour, and mackeiel, notified that are-K re vs Arra-h: : -r 5J"C >. i is- .-\Vlic.c the cnuipiamt ha< been of tears staiidiutr JL dent ilized
t by a petition has b'en filed in the : I to cit >ci; ty-the Cousuznp/ioa-N
::5, Beef, pork, Utd, herrings, and codfish, George Lannnn. j sued C'cI I iM ; and in -.Lrr.e exceeding bad cae the &
above a : ;. Made'ia, {port and other wines, court ] M'in ); auie Li' N Ten. and lelr.i.. le relief lia* I Len fourd in S
the fort-closer of a mortgage, on a trat-t of la-.d! clsi- >v. I l-'lu"; the use of thu a slight but neglected cold. By estimation it appn
J S Chimpitgne, cogniac and other brandies, nated as the set half of the soJtit j rirr 3rd alL thcr& < n: tt ic'i'e: ;!. ar fye w.t-T.: at'-r! ete'-vc tier r.'tr.edy Ltd frtiled. Mant llut one hundred arjl fitly thousand per oajdieannii

t I Preserted ginger, tamarinds, and citron, section 32 township three \\cst qu and"irv 4..: -Sn-. !, n'titi l of :]lie : ;, .'l: rs' n -.o ha e ted 1 it. pronpunfe it the best of the Most of these dreadfulr'
six
44. Dates, figs raisins range north ei-t. sun aid of the aration :, pre y consumption.
S $ prunes, and almonds, J. M'CANTS at" ir (; Ususnr uf.id a'-Cl iiicit. .>nd "to"a--; : TM-: thc-o complaintlinv hate ever met with, may be attributed to common cold, aoJ a negfip
:; t Pickled oyste s, cagores, and anchovies, y -l-t.n.-5.: i pc.; r anj p:, ..d to tin: .led: iU-i -jive-: :-iliv in: c.150of..
r July Otti Ie3n. ira: >a n. >.. :d i c ie ,1"JCa -- : S orpR: ; -'S Together with an extensive of all i ; i-n! : t- tli- iu, stt1an. ." 5.
assortment other 't vtuu- : Price ,
,
flie :rt : h nn j r- > cent* a bottle. is followed dlfficnlt breathing, p-
) S kinds of Middle Districi groceries. i: Ot. 4 \3r.e
J.D. ; : : nre: le SSJ
irKSTrO'l'rc.nlu
( genuine
Jr ui #< icnrd the Violeota
: s IRA SANliL'RN. on outi Je! in the side, and at last Ulcerated Lnngs.
DRY-GOODS.
} I CUAS. S-IIILEY. pr.ntcrl \\r.iprrrbt theole: |rapnetor.. T. KIDDEIl repeated Asthmatic attack?, also bringon Consaniyay
'S Dluc black vs
/AttaLmcnt.
: green and invisible, broadcloths, I ____ ( At? f. m'liCtl.ate; >ucrr.or tt> the l..t.j lt.V.. T. Cun One dollars expended in u< P
JOHN :
: New PHAGAN } 55 symptoms. ot two
1 : style of superior Paris painted muslins, l1tiiL. til:51'iiU'fLEt ', Liril7ITuTTlT: l i'or ac! at !hi< Coaritir.s R i.im. otcr No" Ol i* Court chase of'DUMFIUES
.I1 : :. Seersucker, plain and ether OT1CE is hereby given of the institution I < ___
ginghams of thissuit : tr.'t. n"nr Cnnrprt '
.5 } R ard f.r.r..i Hal! Ho-ton
In and
w.n :h--o. ,.. ,1 also I liv In* >
.4 / trt-j ,, e- jiLl:
attachment ? rj sj
.I 3 7-a chintz prints and calico, handsome patterns, by) returnable to the next 'uiy 1 v t ;. -.. cul appointment l-t Iru22i : REMEDY FOR THE:
Superior London Marseilles Term of said court. The default JheV ; sun.nuisaur ji n ..i.imfyr I >t. KB''*
vesting and ait j The lecommend (
: l t ( I ane.$2vOdam,2f. 7.. DARNARO. proprietor begs leave to
ex-gc .v Co.
Ah't
:' JSumaier cloth for coats, variety of colours, persons aw required to aj.pcar and pleat to tic titlaration : :' ReUsrnaU- > Nv.. 'i: ior >* 1) 1. T.-"aU ec. .Marrii I IS.; J4 (.No. 3 |j I docs with the fullest confidence) one oldie most i1L
Leghorn Tuscan Manello tiitu in this ca* >. erm l St. j andp*
Palermo bonnets able
4" remedies troublesome
(nev : lir. i'f'Vruirnt at.d i ..1, .tl.crs j known for this
S style, ) lt.I1. : i. DAVIDSON it.- nM: are h--r-- 'iiT3l. P. lt 1 [ V. L. I Le !eeI" *
: tt'y. cf PJ'T. I. 'vj* .1| f.ffpinitntion ru'i tvl 1o has returned to FipriiJ. ,i complaint. \Vithoutgoing into detail. V

GascIotli, and a variety pantaloon ssuirs, July 16 1S36 4j the-. iiirti}! ; f t-Mil alU h't "t ; sottie Iiuiist If permanently, ar.d U. C. AJ L- naigIi to gay, he has in" his possession the mo*
4 to iLL'N"\
? Figured and plain mushns.diajier and Irish liuen, AliduieIRAbANUUUN()L'tr1ct Fid.i.-tj tutCT. : n.tad lothti 'Iirat. f.I .ml n' 'fir ;; L v. T-s..ciAed. thci. selvcs! iij tlie practice of doubted testimonials that it has more coropletflj <
'n
*'i MI s c:< 1c.'otun"o
il Fancy: gauze and gro'Je nap shawls, ) ti.f- statute
,:t i-I Lurlaps, os.saburg, bagging and coverlets, vs \AtUchnicnt. S i'I ttcaut.4, iyjj. : ma j. u.V 1 >provid-il[ :MIi' I'TT i>:*. 3'U} at'.I \\ i1!! pra: <-i.'e in the Sir-erior courts,ir other popular medicine,

I I :t Hosiery, ladies gloves, belts and belling, FRANCIS M. VINTRY, ) 'i CIi.\S.S-I1LEV.! Jr ti.- t.inies (>t Leti.J! ,' ers.inGads(1en! Jr.rksoii. and This remedy is perfectly innocent it* appl1c'

: i i Ladies fashionable belt clasps, I OTICE is her hy given of tin! institution of ] : ,. i: 13: Frankiui ar.i.i.; the Court i>f Atinrn-! Tliv nlfi'i-p to all conditions, acs and seses. Full dittCt

w .% % 4. 4 UiUions silk handkerchiefs and cambrics.s .l suit bv nttachment. remmnlilp! u> tli t ... n t I..N.:- i f.r P : t tI ifl.tCS to jrivc Mr-let aenabn to nil uies ech I I deiurv

t r ,' .zuIII aprons, e'c. eic. eic. eic.READYMADE term of sud court. The defendant! and all! other r-ir I!I .Nathauitl'i1DlfiLEIl-i I )! 1 RICT-.-LEON SUITCuUT.. i 1 t to tueir :;iauaur'--.t.n" :. "V \I. 1'. I>f YL. i I II packet, which consists of two bo e?. Ointment

: CLOTHING, Sons interested, arc required to appear and tlta, *. u I hinrlftary: } I In. tre pass on the e.ise upon ( : R. c. ALLIN: -: S :;ectcarv. Price, 1 for the whok, or 50 c'

.5 t. S 4 .. fj all their v variety, and made to order in the mo Uic declaration filed in the case ;<' George Fisi.tr.ts \pr 'niiM"5- iimr.Kn ad! res- .t one of tLe articles iswantcd.

.; 4 fashionable it. II. "l. DAVIIJSON ) '>on style.HARDWARE Atfy. for P1M. I I Corn
AlU--'r sC-O returnable Rcs.: To those afflicted with
'AJ,1 cutlery, patent pocket rifles, percua- -_July-16, 1836 "t .fIX to Nov.
Zh.s and Collins S Tt-n.i, ->JG. celebrated A&k' Corn Plaster aflbr
Slot runs pistols, axes, hatchets, etc uionths alter dale
Uic uml< i T1tTc P/'fcn-Jfint THE *
$ yiteil, a and me tame
SADDLERftutT [ /. of the ot arc at
S estate Dr. Tli"r c institution
41. r nf the the the least paio-
raid Corn without
suit tt roots,
flaps, Kentucky and English saddles deceased, will out by
,
'i. ; bi present to the IWTile CM.ri. I..* aiul of the ;s>iH.i f-f._ ti1( at: :ri ntnt } afflicted with
ij: Heads and reinsmariingalls, and saddle bags accounts for final settlementand > ctiu u> nj jar j CERTIFICAT.-"TO tho e V
] and
X1 .: our Horse s flbp1OtO' apply lor .1 d lisoh.,re. (' jiltad to tl..u.! Car.gtUI! Ii c>i lit taiii case, r.etyrtl- j {lt Heir feet. I decertify, that I have used the AIw Kl\\ : l1) l.lX:1. 'liz t*> tfie! ?taue: : in -.. *
Cart harness, all made to order and by the best of Au.2O, JS36. 26mNOTICE. LXucd c.re made nri1 i j j\J.: ', : Plaster, with complete success. Before I harf
': :'4; : w t workmen.EOTTS Uet -Jh: l Jo. J. I ). 1VLS'I'uI"I', Jr. box i: completely! cured a Corn which hadufln.i( (;

&. SHOES, bats, caps, whips, canes, coton .-Six weeks after date application: 0 3m ClIAs S. S1KLEY. for many years. I make this public forthC!

I and silk umbicllas, brushes and combs. to the honourable the xmnty court f.-r .'.itt'> for PltiF. f Uio& ? affficted with that painful coaiplaint-! rFd

PERFUMERY, nnd a variety of fancy articles, tn Uad&den county for Letters of Administration ui the f j; :JvUlJiiiLh: iJT 'J"urclirtlON'aLfl'E 1C UOL'lf.IT. i >liinj. L. 1. Feb. 23." WM.SHAj

: ware, crockery and stone ware. For sale low, 01. estate of John H Dixen. dec. late c.fs.tid cmjiity.STACKLEY I S I Ihinfynl! Mn.tii, \ j I 1'ici,5OcentsaboX. $ IgJr -

the usual terms, by SADDURT. j \\ \V.r, ; j j In 3'.ir.pS: !:, snr.-i.i./r.< aj I'n. J THE FALL RAf Es otf the Western Course at ; : None arc genninne n&Iess signed en ilDDU'the ;

; 4If G. H.fc T. E. LINDENBERGER, September I0th, 183G 5-Cw I I.ynn fi. | j'ondtniJr.m f.r jikKO.) Attarh-: resIlaKford ; C >O-'tober liirr ou (iei. v. ii CJUIL oiTou the Fc.urthh.ndcy printed wrapper. by the sole proprietOrs 'I'.

Feb. 27, 535. 29tf WOT1CE. /ri.i. N. Ckuz, tra- { iner.j fr 555'% istud (Ocfoer'tiir.jns -tn i.txt. 1 i mmedate uccessr to the late Br. ifC05wuT

.Pi -Six weeks after date I shall IJ-J.T! to J Miiiiii; i Utli.; $ Ic-Jo. IN.tuniiJic: : nil 1).v.-A sweepstakes for 3 year olds, $104') i[ For sale at Ins Counting Room, oeT -'- '. '

S 1 cAM) 4NbUKULS FOR d ALE.-The under. die honourable the judice of the county ruur. t.f Vr1gLt, L.U..I /,- I t.uOc-r Tern:: lJo.: to No-l'I entrance, half forfeit:, '.W) mils heats, to name and street, near Concert Hall, Boston, and also PJB'BjARDJr.
; S :t 1 1 JLJ signed being anxious to devote his undivided Leon county for letters of administr.t'inn otitlici: atc j Co. v-; close the I ls*. October.

;; ;L Btlcntion to the Merchantile business, offers for sale of Major John McLemore, J. McCANTS. 'j (Jcor:r Lanrran J StfO'id Dit'j-3 nulc heats, purse S400. 1:. Da11.
t :ti !' the following Sept. 10th, 1836. o.C\v Thin flu.iih l.cats tfcoE.
rSi'Mi
property. 1 1'f.i'dr t r.nu nl! ntlsp.Ir.tcrcstrci; purse S00. Tallahassee FeU.ri3IJid.. 30
: !.
S 'A Tract of Land containing 640 acres, half of which by iIted if are .crcJiL Fii'trn; It1"rnile, heals, best 3 in 5 for the
t\eeksatter tij.-i iiiuticn entrance
1 in of iLu
is cleared situated and No.i.lcE.-1x Uate silL aj.j.i} In > nd sim anJ and ; iJO. :. BARNARD # CO.
half money
i'45i one a mitei north eait of of the ol the i-siiiu : t>f>.ti j 1
aiUtcii.i.tnt
!
.: county court, for the mnty : : :.iit to jj: pcar and arrivals aL fresh
; : Alarianna and within mile of received br recent
the THE
Rverwhich of
Chipola Jackson toap.tar ai.d l PROPRIETORS.
for nd
County letters of ailmiuistratio-1! ; p to tc!; 4'ectr3! :lun fttl -ad HAVE
; & r i is navigable for Barges at all ol the : on I in ThrAIata-ni Jourrtil DRuGS 4' MEL)1C'
the
seasons estate of Albeit G. Tomlinson Lite of C.IM.accor.ji.g tj ti.c! ititj'e irj sush (Montgomery) HuiiUville the
.said ca-.c nude
-/ r : The improvements consist, eg.- mul Advocate. Augusta Constitutionalist which have been selected for us. Among OTJ
year. of the necessary ty, deceased. DANIEL 1'ArrElo. I ruitied- J. I ). irESTC OT T Southern lleconlcrnr.d D
Jr.
: L ..- i out houses,and a good Gin House. cpt22, 183C; 7CwArthcnexttermofGadaden Dd Oo:. C, 1 li'; ;. CiIAS..S.MBLEV., Fiordiavil1 cive the abvive 7 insertions i ous articles are some superior Wines ara

c. Twenty-one NEGROES, among which are twelve arid furwnrd their accounts to the proprietors. which have been selected for use of thesicK..

: Ii I working hands. Ten head of MULES. 2500 bush- tju 'nor Couit aTT- .' Au liv P.t.V. ; Aug. 1 ii. 3-7w They hope by strict attention to business.w
S lii rig of CORN all hisstock 'illlIJLE Disriuc1; LI.ON: sfi'iiT a liberal share of the which has wen
of Cattle and Hogs, and a the uudcisi-nul rxr- CUIII f. patronage g.
; 9 ; set of Farming UtensiL for leave to sell part of the Real Estate offairickMc"Griff I f Job Chandler Cc ) In I apsit, Mninioi.s, ad IC-pIn- ;;% TO MERCHANTS, AND tofort extended to the establishment! ( *"

S 2 .ilso his Land in Gadsden County lying on the dec. late of said County. Aaron 1J. Alai- |
S r.. Apalachicola River, containing 420 acres, of which AUGUSTUS LAMER, EuY Chandler' LI., trading as { S"7y: INJ.-U..I October C ii. JS3G.__ : ;- ; sale, and are prepared to immciatc Hall"or ____._-:fld;; 10
Jc nii-turnable give mxn. itisA t\>i -All persons
f
to Ncxcmbcr
fifty acres are clearei.S MARTHAMcUUlFF Term Posbcssiou of the I
Lxtr'x. "Hall"
Purchasers may expect good bargans...-and for Sept. 24,_F3C.. 74woTlcESixweeks ; Marvin vs j J8JG.; we hate spires, hich are rented for. the Adjoining Pwkins, either by no\e or account call! and IeI
j (jti.o. lo
C. Linman. j ;present January 1st 1836nre requested
t terms &c are year, two ofwhich) have fine w
particulars, requested to to the
apply' cellars. The accoun
Hall
'
after rB iiE is as' it that all we
date I shall. Drft-nduntand: same, is'necessary
io nil nthcrs ir.tcrr-stcd two iVI feet
JOHN story
I subscriber at Mariama. R CHAPMAN.Mariarna. nmly arc hcrci lonsr, and 36 broad
.. 1 4th Qitober. J836. 9.3m J. the Hon. the Judge of the County Court cf Le.on i Ji. t ty iiotiritd: ; ufi\i.I \ institution ol the said suit and places, ail neatly panned and located, 'with six fire Perkins be closed as soon ns possible. (

i County, for Letters Adminu-trat'on' on the estate of theisauingof) s. id attach&n'iitand to a handsome healthy in the centre of (Oct Isu 3 JBARNARP l.
and and LfOT1CE.The
.i COTTON COTTOJN COTTOWMl! of John W. Boatright, dec. late of said! county plead lo the declaration li'cd.ji f aid aie appear nn extensive Lack growing town, supported by

4 ; THE iSubscrilrr will purchase Cotton and will BEN. BUA'1'1tlGjT. the itiue: : in M.rh cisc nde l ai d f.i .'\ iiitil.according 4io Clmiahoochec, 65 country miles below on the fertile borders of the subscriber bay' the b J,111,
Columbus. of
give the lii rhest narket prices. He is laity receiving OcLl,183( 8CwN Dated Oct 6, IS JG, J. 1). KSTCOTT, Jr Terms to suit the purchaser. adminiatrator on the estatt flOtXe

and is, low opening an aftsoripejii of iit.E-ix wcelis aier date uujlicuutnill| CIIAS.- _. SIHLEY, PETUl L. JACK5ON Smith, dec. Gadsden county, gi wperaoasjndcbled

choice goods nf Lie latest pa terns, suitabb lo the be made to the 1kn the County Court of Loon, _9 35n Alt's, for Pit JT. Ft. Gaincs. Aug. 20, 1S3C., 2-tf Propriety. lo said estate who to hate cOfl1
for Letters the same and those
: seasons of the year, -low for cash, approved credit of Administration on the estate of James NOTICE-Dtrnisc myatscnca from said pay ; to present IM "
3. Linn, dec. late of said tie Territory, f COTTON BAGGING estate are requested
or country produce. A. FORM V DUVAL county.DAVID C. P. 11. hARLEY will net as my Agent, and J. D. H'cj 200 pieces AN* ROPE. Limo prescribed by lair duly anthnticattw'

Oct. 8,1836 9 If Ott. I 1836 G'T JALEZ WILSON, cott )a. as my Attorney at Law. ( 100 Coils HOPE very best qualities BAGGING. Uus notice will be plead init bJ ol
$ Ii. BULL.
> *
'or
AuS. G Sale
1830-5-2-tf I 'm. II. FRANCIS. Tallahassee by R. H. BERRY. olWLLLIM

Sept 24 1836. 1st, 1836' 8 Sw