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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: November 12, 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
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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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THE FLOREDIAH FOR ciuryio*PROPOSALS the mails of the United States from'a;

1st oCbebruary, 1837, to the 30th of June et
1839, on the following Post routes in Florida Territory : i

will be received at this Department until the a

8th day of December next iuclusive, to be decided on
"LAISSEZ NOUS FAIRE." : the 12th day of said month. The contracts are to .;
.
= be executed; by the 16th day January next and the '

service is to commence on the 1st day of February, \.0

is offered to the public ns a m\! WJtLQCDUo ALtLAmA &} ml i1< 1837. :
bove Ointment for those obstinate diseases, m10 ) IBUUuZIU 119 aOcDGBRANTED < ILo unIl<>"'ei."No 11& 2484 From Bfarianna to Dale court l10use154, :
Thed remedy (
certain :
and back week ;
-- GCfcniles
once
"' 11:1\880 long baffled the skill of medicaSwcllingsof -
"f which : Leave Maianna every Tuesday at 6 a m, arrive at ; .

_lC'tUce.' A fresh supply of this VALUABLE MEDICINEjust Dale C.nrt House next day by 5 p m 1.. ft

Wbite every description received. Leave Dale Court House every Thursday at Ga.

34 Sore'j Legs and Ulcers of long standing. q .' 111p.C1S m, arrive" at marianna next day by 5 pm'

4 Glandular: T mourt1. particularly 2185 From Marianna to St. Joseph's 90 miles and "'"
or
3d Crhinu! tnmoUI'fll I in \vomcn's breasts which often RA4cIi back twice i week in stages. ."

t r.Xnate: in ulcerated eancr Leave Marianna! every Tuesday and Saturday at
I 4 a raarrive at St Joseph's next days by 9 m ;
II know the p
by name -
.tb Felons! or what some people I I.c SConcentrated Leave St. Joseph's every Tuesday and .Friday: at
.
I gUlllWr.. 'of every description.I I 4am, arrive at Marianna next days by !fp m :, :
t'heumntic Tains of the Jomt!!. I flipIl Sarsaparilla 24SG From Pensacola by Floridatown and Piitman's ,;'

and Bruises of every description or in &w qj Ferry to Cambellton 120 miles and back once' '.;
(jtb Sprain' a week.

,titeverPalt of'Ituat all kinds.. In ntllscompamt I t the I- pa 4( ., FOR THE CUR, EOFScorfulout Leave Pensacola! every Wednesday at 6 a m, ar- '
Tetters "" V..i at Cambellton
"A nyc 4 'i
Ointment must .keep the .i\, 's&- every Saturday by pm' '
pent. it applying the par AFU LL supply' of Lnndrcths' superior Mercurial,Syphiliticand other diseases Leave Campbell every 'Vedte llfty at 6 a m :' "
OIitvf waler'I. and garden arrive a't Pensacola every Saturday:' by ,1 pm'
t1o\Verseedsjustrecf'i\"cd and varnnted WHICH DEPEND UPON A .
frost.nefo'lowin"
affected( by NOTES. : !
or
part fresh
t1i Chilulaiol ; by K.B. ,
1'0 TH VUBLI( Dec. 10th, 1835. 30tfpTICE PERKINS. SCROFULOUS HABIT OF BODY.Is 1. Each route must be bid for separately. Theresi

communication, addressed to the pro route, th-i sum, the mode of service, and the -
\ prepared by a new process, without boiling, and is donee the bidder should be
fldhIIi'S Ointment s, from thj Hon. John distinctly stated ineach
of .1 warranted to contann .ia cocentrated torm the
jctor A Just active bid. I
is 1 received
of Congress, highly interesting.nr8tuit. S a splendid
member ; assortment
principles of the root obtained from the
ralll1rerrO, us manner in which it is made, exhibits of Gem lema II'* Saddles, Kentucky and English spcices ofsmilax.Its ., most approved 2. No proposal will be considered unless it be accompanied -

ordinary character towards suffering lat erns. ---. -- _-wF by a gunranty signed by two responsible >" :
fecIngs: l I : of no and is' certainly I well deserving of public LADIES superior Quilted Saddles.! efficacy has been repeatedly tested in privatQ persons in the following lorm, viz: i <

Lum.toit ; fleadsard Reins, best style, warranted English. practice in the successful treatment of the worst forms PREPARED SOLELY from vegetabl&mattcrby "The undersigned and guarrnnty, \

mention. WASHINGTONJan.. 23, 1829. \f<[ tPelham's_ : Snaffle, \Wymouth.." ol the diseases, for the cure of 'WhIch Sarsaparilla is Baltimore, whieh may Lo that if his bid for carrying the mail t
been wish Jor a considerable lime, i .*ts of 1'our Hoise Wagon Harness. recommended, after other preparations of that medicine taken with perfect safety by all ages & in all diseases from to he accepted by the : .:
Eir-lth\s: my good effect with i which 1 I (i j" Gail do the Panacea, &c., had been used without effect. its cure are for the following diseases :Dyspepsia: Postmas'er! General, shall enter into an: obligation -

..coiunicateloyouthc ointment invented by 1Ir. Judkins, and For sale low, on the usual terms by A number of cases of extensive ulcerations, and affections Loss of Appetite, Indigestion Inflamation of the Stomach prior to the 16th day of January next, with good andufficient .:

ba reused the understand is made and sold by ajrcins' G. H. & T. E. LINDENBERGER. of the hones, in simple Scrofula, and in Mercurial HeartBurn: Dirrrcha, Dysentry or Flux, Piles, surities to perform the service proposed.'* 4:

il fcdi 1 now I have' applied this ointment Upper part Monroe st. and Syphiltic diseases, have permently cured Fistula, Obstructed Mensuration, Ague and Fever, Dated 1 Rtt: ,.': :

E'the: named by yourself.three to species! of tumorid Tallahassee, 31st August, 183G. 3-tf by its use in 3 mouths, without any other treatment, Billious or Remittent Fever, Typus Fever, Scarlet This should be accompanied by Ihe certificate ota ; .0..,
last << years every in I except the most simple applications to the parts diseased. Fever,flmaRPox, Erysipelas or St. Anthony's Fire, postmaster or other equivalent testimony, that the : '

wound without failure to produce decided a cure and efficient every : A trial of two or three bottles, in similar cases AsthmaPieurisy, Measles, Yellow FeverCostiveness : guarantors are men of property, nnd[ able to niake" '

stance i consider it, the most the what it N Lands. to Lcasecs and Commissioners of .School will prove the efficacy and importance of the pre Wind on the Stomach or bowels, Cholera Morbua, I good their guaranty JjNo: exemption from this 1:
remedy in nil! cases (It tumor, be cause para tWIl. Consumption, Influenza, Colds, Coughs, Inflamationof equirment is allowed in lavor of old contractors '" ,

ifl3)':), and 1 have found nothing be \ so good add for wounds that the of Be it enacted by the Govtrl,01'Q1l.lLlgislalit.t: Council It has been found particulacly useful after calomel the chest, Palsy, Gout, Rheumatism, Infiamatory railroad companiesor any other companies or persons : a'

llfid rrirtlnn. It may proper to nj the Territory cf Florida, That the Trrnlnrial where that medicine has been in scrofu- sore throat, Croup, Inflamation of the heart, Dropsy, whatever. i
Of the tumor called the white swelling, ivcn o ve given freely Rickets Disease of the Liver 3 The distance, stated in this advertisement t'
Ticasurcr he Jaundice as '
e nnd he is hen ,
cti\ Difficulty '
authorised
by and it the
\S' incurable shall lous habit-5, or in cure of certain disease. It is ;
b' nwst distinguished! physicians : of making Urine Gleet are believed to be correc but the bidder !
the be his duty to demand, sue for, and receive all calculated in such Hysterics, Nervous & Scrofulous substautially ; .
sums to all di
admirably cases
remove
.nd which they have dtcidcdould; without ampitta now dae or that hcrcafier be due I ; affections of the members and ligaments, Mercurial will inform himself that point, as no increased pay t ,:
may Ic,1 of from the and the usual .
ts boby restore .
upon : : case vigouroftheconstitution
fatal to lllc patent, was under my irnmoJiate and Veneral diseases Ulcers will be allowed for differenceLen the place' -j
lion School Lands in this Sores Affectations any I
prove Territory to require fioin the and be taken with and
; advantage ,
notice, effected by' the UM of Judkin's Ohtment commissioners ; may safety I of the skin, & all diseases arising from Impure Blood are named correctly. ." l
: : appointed under the ,
sevcinl
is
relating when the mercurialized.
in fine health his liiwb .1t1'cctctlliy acts system The use of &c. Price bottle 4 The schedule arranged allow 7 minutes .: :)
; the], paucnt is ; to said lands per 82. ? and' an accf tint of their actings under I one or two bottles, on ordinary occasions of the kind t
restoicd to perfect state of sound This medicine has to each office for ud mails
she luinor bcin;:; a said acts, and to report the same the will effectual a powerful effect as a Spring and post oprninjc closing ,.
annually to executive security against dis-
Legislative Council will 1
: 1'ro- eases and .n recent cases, effect a perfect cure
; the
ulcerated nourishment but Postmaster General extend the time Jon
wouiiJcJ and exhibited one dreadfully surfJrefrom'lhc and new vigor such would be : may
vidcd, nothing in this *ct shall be construed art :3 doses of calomel of 5 8 ; persons "
so as to cr or 4 or grains each ;
the foot and which for much benefitted allowing: like extention to the contractors ,.
knee to more confirm by using two or three bottles which ,
leases that have
,
heretofore
been made the and have been taken followed
night morning, salts
Ijy by be The Postmaster General alter the schedule j
yearshad 1 lein considered incurab'r, was may taken without regard to drink or diet. may i
ihan to former auditor of the Many
Territory, of the School Lands."AJpro'C and the usual local! treatment.
tftanally cured! by the aj-plicai ion of J ndkin'& Oint- 13th I persons are diseased for the want of blood being pu- and alter the route, he allowing:: a pro rata increase ;
)183G.:
ImciUH'iitlicsc two cases, which fell under .February, The above valuable article for sale at the Drug rified. Thousands of persons are destroying their constitutions of compensation for any additional service required f'
ticiit. nonce: and management as a decided Treasurer's TREASURT DEPARTMKNT: : ) Store of J. EDWIN STEWART, by neglecting to apply a properremedy to and for any increased speed, ',hen tie employment .
'
n.yimmediate: |, Offie: Tallah'issee 1st 183G.In ; *
)
,
cU'lrnreof the dncacr of this remedy in cases of tu- Aug. ) .lgtn.1 far Florida' such the Panacea will be more than double valuable of aJditional: stock or carriers is rendered! necessary. t'

Bio.-s; :and of iiki-re. 1 !have experienced its decidedly conformity; to the foregoing; net and instructions Tallahassee, Sept. 3d 1 830. 4-6w as a certain and effectual means of restoring them to G. He may discontinue or curtail the service, when t ,

ilico deilc--tof this rrmcdy in the cure of fclons, I the undersigned, hereby notifies all Jcascts of School perfect health and vgor! ; few families are exempt ever he shall consider it expedient to do so, he allowing -
Lam's' to call and the due OUTHK\ EDITION OF CO'VPER.-Just from Scorbutic monhs: extra pay on the amount dispensed with. .1 lj
imjVcvcry species {If fresh wound. It accms to me pay rents! on said lands, Affections which exhibit various symptoms ."
to( one \villouscr\c on the operation of this rented ?'J them by John Y. Carey, commissioner under 'ublult.e, in the style of Byron, Scott, Edgcworth as Eruptions, Ulcerations, Debility, Loss of Ap-. 7 He may impose fines lor failure to take or deli '.

ointment any must satisfied as to its beneficial cflV'ct. an act of the legislative council Florida, passed 'I 4c. Volume: I, price 81.38, in embossed cloth and let- petite and Digestion, all arising from impure blood, \'era mail or any part of a mail; for suffering the !:

t Join with the utmost confidence recommend: the use the 21 I, November, I 1829. And all commission tered. The works William Cowpcr, comprising and if not properly attended to, are sure to producethe mail to be iujured, wet, lost: or destoyed; and may /
: np
ol tins valuable: remedy. pointed under an act passed the Lull) day of February i his Poems, Correspondence, and Translations. Edited greatest injury to the constitution. Panacea is recommended exact: a forfeiture fettLe pay of the trip, whenever ,.. '
)1834, arc to forthwith I I by ROBERT SOUTHET, Esqr. LL. D. in all the trip is lost or the mail arrives so far bebing "
I am sir, very respectfully, quested report to this department seasons of the year, and in particular -
If their The present volume contains a portion of the Life schedule; time as to lose connection witha pendind tmaH.
:
JOHN TALIAFERRO.T ( iirocccdinffs made in conformity to theactof as a preventative from all c iseascs in warm climates I "
183.1. CHARLES AUSTIN cf Cowpcr, by the Editor, with a fine Portrait of the and : '
Judkin's Oint- those when diseases
Mr.l Hcrstmis ,
<\ diaries: i pioprictorof > persons are prevalent, by annul the contract for : ated failures :
iu.nt, Ileal' -duricktown, Alary Ia r.l.! 13m: Treasurer of the T. of F. Poet, au eAquisilc Vignette, by Goodall, and a richly taking the Panacea three or four times a week,or three' 8- He may rep for
cup aved portrait of the Poet's Mother, by H. Robins'nThe .1 or four table when I to: perform any of the stipulations, refusing to ",.".
: spoonful's going to bed, and the
: for the
tLPtLE-: of favourable discharge; a carrier when lequirtd, violating
from host
extracts
following a
Fall and Winter Good i person may fear no apprehension of being attacked the instructions of the .
law for
IMorr.1c.\\"iJll! liooiisboro, I had heard much of an- notices of this publication : with Post office disobeying
important
the Cholera Yellow\ Fever
I or other disease i
nri.dc in which you appear b f foro the public us pro- MARTIN &HART have received from Boston The refined perceptions of a true critic, and the as this medicine is a valuable restorative nny of the Department, or assigning a contract, without the J'

]jijctor, named llcrstons') Judkins' P. Specific oint- and Philadelphia, a very laijje and refined sympathies of a true poet, are employed thro' ,thereby invigorating the constitution and system previous consent of he Postmaster General. .
enabling shall :
in
iiimi' ,isiailc by C. Hcrstons, near Frederick, MaryIviii complete assortment of seasonable goooS.: Their out ; ar.d the natural style of Dr. Southey's narra- it to bear the effects 9. Contractors stage ami coach routes, 'f t
I debilitating of all climates it is
: ,jtnd ()fiU descried efficacy in cures on persons frit-mis and the public arc respectfully invited ex- tive is altogether delightful. He brings many the ; the conveyance of passengers, give a preference too '
conveyed by circulating fluids and corrects their lire .
mail
viihwin.ni 1 am \\cli acquainted. Since my rcsi- ainine.their stock before making their Fall purcha- new and valuable materials to his work, in the shapeof tendency to all those diseases which originate in viti- those who are brought in other the connecting that :;

i!'-cs n Utdtnnnrc, it liltS perJbrmcd a cure on a se. original letters and anecdotes, which throw new ated blood diseased liver over those travelling any ; so connecting '" ,
1nt.nlllJfmlllc olihcud f with the Piles. Having my- Oct 2d, 183G.: 11-2ms light on the subject he has chosen. He has had access disposition, to affections of, depraved the lungs.It .appetite, or pre mail stage! routes shall form continuous travellingincs. ')
:
eU herll :H sullen.r: for some pars with this distress- to the vci valuable collections of Mr. Unwin and resembles in of I -
point taste and flavour, a rich 10. On routes where -he mail is transported in stages :t.;
zi.gdise's I.-, I now unhesitatingly applied your ointment COTTON COTTON Lady Hesketh, hitherto greatly mutilated if not altogether cordial rather than a medicine. Every person after and the present contractor hall be superseded :'
in ou II case and uu -jir.ilihcd that! 1 can : and the publishers have placed
unpublished
my say 'ITE will give the highest in.-irket prices for Cot- taking mercury, in any way, should have recourse to by an underbidder. who may not have the stage properly .d t ,'
which
n uadc a j'ti Icct cure. J. A. 1IENI'SCiIntiiig at his disposal those early poems of Cowper one or two bottles of this medicine. In the decline cf ,:
Y 9'ton of the
delivered in this place: St. Marks.or Magnolia the : reqoisite for the perfi-rmence contract, .:... .
Loaibard st. for the cousin he loved circumstances
written ,
room life
,
; were or when the has been ;
and will make liberal advances on shipments' system impaired by excess, ic shall purchase from the present contractor such
A few weeks tn a of xvomun's breast connected with the preservation of which are so extremely -
case sore
: : it. nourishes
i strengthens and it -it is be suitable ;
lu Liverpool, N. YOlk, or N. Orleans.! supports : not >f ihe stage horses and property as may
Mine/! under my n-'ti'-e, the breast greatly inflamed, MART1N&IIART. tou'hing--so characteristic; of the devotedness presuming too far to add, that it actually prolongs life. for the service at a fair valuation and make payment # -

tlienijipltfsonrctly: tt) he scrn-lu-r appearance clcary Oct. 22 18.1G.:; lli'ms ot women and of the beauty of a love sustained This Pan'cea has been introduced to the public fora .herefor by reasonable instalments. Should they

pllle) the great misery she was in ; she told me through hopelessness. The illustrations are the best short time, and has received more testimonials in its lot as to the suitableness of the property, the .

the had Lccn( mllirinjj; three mouths with it, and wasfamed we have seen in works .f this nature.Exanziner&VQV. favour for its efficacy, in so short a time, thananYither terms agree or the security, each may choose the person, ', .

: to her b 'd ; f\ic\ then\ had flaxseed poultice to Cotton Gins. 15."The. medicine ever discovered, and its name at horn and whu appoint third, and their decision snail final 1 : '
it; oIlier things$ had been Hied. I advised Judkins' praise which we have bestowed upon the cm abroad will induce hundreds thousands may General will name the umpire I
'Vc :shill rrceive in :a' few days, an arfrncnt: of. aye, to apply ; or the Postmaster t'o. -
oiit-ncnt, knowiufj it had Ilee11 successful in like cases Cotton Gins made !by Campbell and Gaze: 'Iormcry! bcllishments of this opening volume of the works of for it, to reap the true virtue thereof. This will be made the condition of any bid under ,, f "

She got.and applied it according to the diraclions uc- of Louisville Gro. Persons wishing Tins, can he Cowper, scarcely comes up to their merit, and most Notwithstanding attempts may be made tA impairthe bat of a present contractor; and should the under- :a'

coinpaiung itj i in iil hours all }pain was gouc ; it .supplied !by leaving their nler5-al cast iron Gin certainly no praise can overrate the high character: of confidence of the public in the efficacy and curable i bidder fail,to comply, his bid will: be oftered to the contractOr "

broke, and! commenced discharging copiously, nnd so pear will be furnished to those leaving their ordersat this-volume as a literary production. The .edition power of this medicine, it will go on to conquer ; but should he decline, the proposal of the '

r.onllIlU\It.otlle days ; the relief from extreme pain our store. MARTIN! ,$. HART: promises to be one of permanent and passing value. disease, relieve the afflicted, and earn for itself the good unaprbidder will be accepted unconditionally. j< I

perlcet case excited] the woman's astonishment : aft Oct22 1836. Il-2ms ."-Court Journal, October 31. opinion of thousands and tens of thousands. Already 12. The proposals should be sent to the Department f-

days reduced her breast to its usual state, and in "The first volume of the Poet ofOlneyhas! appeared it has earned for itself a name which das'.ardly attacks sealed, endorsed "mail proposals' in the State f. i t ,

ti'lit;; days. the cure \\as at last and it seems to b(1 worth waiting tor. cannot reach ; that such is the fact, the number of and addressed to he First Assistant f'
complete.'C.. I1ERSTO.NS A UatiXt Uill(!%.IDC W
Frederick county, April, 1825. : iV tillL.L, tor sale. tOMAIT1N which have preceded it ; as regards the Poetical orks ; and were it necessary, there could be obtained AMOS KENDALL.POST .

BEWARE OF IMPOSITION t$" ART. it will present the most complete edition which has numerous testimonials underthe sanctity 8f tbe OFFICE DEPARTMENT, ''; f f",

Messrs L &. R. T Low ndes!', nicrchants, Cumberland Tallahassee, October 29, 1836 12tfApply ; yet appeared."-Spectator, October 31. oaths of those who, after suffering the most acute and Oct. 12, 1836. 12-4W

Gentlemen-As Mr !Herstous agent for the sale of There is no one among our living writers who long protracted illness, have been entirely restored t. .
D.. Vm udkil's patent oprcific ointment, I would in- lT H. BllE'VSTER is my lawful attorney to unites research, taste, and sincerity (the three great health, but it does not enter into the comprehension of STORAGE! STORAGE! STORAGE !U .t.tIN

jomt you that last sumnirr<< I was afflicted with a sore V Y transact any business of mine FITZGERALD.during my ab requisites of a biographer,) so delightfully as Doctor many, how it is possible for botanic medicine to effect addition to his old ware-house the : j
AARCN
lfj-tlic fame Jiidkm'b Ointment induced me to get sence. Southey ; and it is almost superfluous to say, that his snch wonders in the healing art, as experience has a spacious build 'i.
JO;of it-but it happened not to be of Mr. llerston's Oct I, ISr.C S tf work is as readable for its anecdotes and contemporary proved them competent to perform, but such are the $ er has forreceivinsj recentlyerected cotton and goods .'; .

1'.lke. I used it accoiding to tire printed directions, sketches, as for its clear, manly, and elegant style.As facts that they cannot be denied. rig 80 by 28 feet, TIMOTHY M' 'ARTY.

but my leg kept getting \\or e. regards elegance of form, and beauty of illustration The above medicine can be obtained of G. H. & T. St. Marks December 27lhl831. .. '\ C I '
this editionof :
AIr HcmllIs traveling to the west stopped at my we can have ne hesitation in placing E. J.INDgNBERGERl\Ionroe street, Tallahassee, it '
house daring the time,coon looking at the ointment I Cowper's Works above any which have hitherto Florida, with proper directions for using it. 45 for Sdle ;i' f

h"d,he imlT. diately pi l1ounc.ed it not of his make, appeared."-Alkenctum, October 17, 1835, Negro 4 '
andfurnishcd me with one which was. On opening It exhibits that care and judgment in the collection NEW GOODS.-NEW GOODS. A likely negro fellow, a good cook, Ostler, and s:
ndsi.cllinjit and treatment of the materials,that skill in interweaving Wagoner Enquire of MARTIN & HART ; "
I difference altho'
was sensible of the Subscriber returns his sincere thanks to his
looked like it. I then applied the ointment which he them into a clear an{ copious narrative, and those THE and the public, for the liberal encouragement Oct. 22d, 1830. Il-lm : : I
be looked ::1-;
gave me, to my leg ; it became in a state of amend graces and attractions of style, which were to he has received since he has been in this place, FOR SALE .., '
went on using the fu ...nlastcr, and so continued nntil ROBERT J. IIACKIJBY, for from one who has already shown himself sucha and solicits a continuance of their patronage.< He IS !

pot quite well. nit Auctioneer fy Commission JMcrchan consummate biographer. It combined has all the with charm the plea-of a now removing on Clinton St. in Berry's Row, a few JIT JIjjq GJV'OLM. : r,I

ibis ointment i ii ci \ ily' very valuable, and it beautiful work of imagination, The doors below the Post Office, where he is daily receiving THE subscriber has .

"'ond! L be a pity' it should be lost to the public by R SALE DAYS, Mondays & Saturdays. sure derived from the conviction out.of"-its Morning truth. Chronicle and is now opening, a general assortment of Fall just received by the.. t: .,

counterfeit article, lJtal'inO'the D name and being not Tallahassee! October 24, 1835 11-tf volume is beautifully brought and Winter Goods, consisting In part of pchr. Tuscarora from 't:'

genuine' \VM K .IS E W MAN -Six weeks after date I shall apply to November 10. of Sup. blue, black, brown, green and adelade Broad New York the following r
Cumbtrknd: May 24, 1831: "TOTOTIC of the court of Leon It is eloquent without the slightest affectation Cloths. !
From Ret Beret Wavgh 1/1 the Hon. Judge of administration county on the estate of labour, warm with sympathy and love for th; interes- Blue, black, brown and fancy mixed double Kerseymeres. goods viz; -1; :"
l h\\'e county for letters ing man who is the subject of it, full of striking anec- Rio Coffee, St Croix Si'gar .
known Mr C Herstous be the proprietorOtJudkjn5 late of fcaid .
to dec county.PATRICK .
Elizabeth Bnrney, and
Otnlment for \ during re- SMITH. dotes and fine discriminating sketches, stamped Plain, striped, plaid, and fancy Sattinetts RyeGinN E.Rum, a.;". ;
Iidence ill se"eraycnrs my throughout with the evidences of a true poet's? heart. Gentlemen's dress coats and coatees, plain, striped, Muscat, Malaga, 5 .:
Maryland and the ointment made by him 12-6
IS6
October 29, there some parts of Cowpcr'scharactei sattinett Pants buck skin Pants. and l WINE3':; ]
wnarcbeen in mueh It has been frequently We arc quite sure are- .* .plaid and ribbed Sicily, Ip
used repute. M. D.-SURGEON DEN- and of his mournful history, on wntcn mr. Velincin, Toilineta, Plaid Silks, embosed Velvet. MadeiraCream
'twiii: in my own family while living in Maryland,and R H. HARRISON returned, to Florida. He will visit Southey's researches will throw a new light. The Sattinett and Superior cloth Vests. Ale, Almonds, : ;
residence TIS 1' has
my in this ci'y with successU in the Territory) in which he has pictorial illustrations are excellent ; we are particularly Gentlemen and ladies plaid and camblet Cloaks Bale Rope, &c.
,Methodist IFAUGII. the several towns and probably some others. If pleased with the portrait of the poet's mother: in and a general assortment of cloathing. And are daily expecting from N. York peJt brig %!

Book Room, Mulberry st. heretofore practiced operations, have not succeeded, no every view this is not merely the best, but beyond all 200 pis. assorted Negro Kerseys and Linseys. Lucinda, and Schr Byron, a general assortment ofDry ?
ew York, May I 20th, 1835 any of his fomer made for repairing them. comparison the best, the most faithful, and the most 200 do do Blankets, Mackanaw and Whitney Goods. Ready made clothingHaroware, Cutlery 1.

To prevent imposition, C Herstons name, in his charge will be 12- !wTRAYED fascinating memoir of Cowper that has ever met the Blankets. Rifles Donble-Barrelled guus, Pistols, Hats,

**n hand writing, will appear on the r.nrclope. LetJJi October 21), 183(1 public eye."-Carnarvon Herald, November 7. 300 ps. English, French and American Prints; Shoes, Saddles and Bridles, Crockery, Glass, and i.;

$ post paid, directed to him, in Frederick City, -From the subscriber's wagon, at <; The work will become a standard classic: its styleis 500 do 3, 4 5-4 brown Domestics China ware, Bale Rope, and Bagging, TW1 eandl\e.

MJ will- be attended to S Tallahassee, a white Mule,-The finder will pure, sweet, and continuous-its arrangement judicious 300 do do do do bleached do dicins with a general assortment of groceries, which ,

*or Sale wholesale and retail, by1BAItNARD be liberally rewarded upon delivering the same to and as far as it has gone,we think the execution I. 100 do do do do plain and stripped do will be sold on liberal terms-they have about 500 ..

4CO.. Druggists Hugh Archer, Esii- at Wm. Mauer's store. fully adequate to our highest expectation. The embellishments A lot ofsuperiorBonnets-latest fashion bushels dry coarce alum salt which "will be sold very :I tI

Tallahassee, Sept. 17th, 1336 6-eow-ly'r. C. F. D1JER. are in a style of high excellence. The English and French Merinos, superior Bombazines I
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Oct. 27th, 1836 12-tf portrait of his mother is intensely beantiful."-Glatgow Bombaselts. "" low.They have large and commodious warehouses and "

PROCLAMATION-By R. K. Call, Governor Courier, November 12. Black Lusttngs, Groderhine and Gradepans Silk I cotton sheds for storing merchandize, cotton and other !r:

Territory of Florida. CE.-The subscriber has appointed Peter London BALDWIN and CRADOC/C. Pnperior Fancy silk Dresses, Chally, Challeeth. produce, they will elso attend to the shipping and ..
and
W reas, it has been represented to me, that a I Lanman, his agent by power of attorney, New-York : WILLIAM JACKSON. 41 Herninia and twisted silk shawls and HandkerchieJ r general commission business, and will buy., and advance I
tertais: Owen isU1ltyof Berlhetot his attorney during his absence money on cotton stored with them to be ship : I
Fountain
Jefferson A.
late of county, James 2000 gentleman,ladies and children's shoes and L
the murder ol Jeremiah Drew, late of saidtounty from the Territory- SALE on reasonable terms pr ped to any port in"the United Stales; they pladged
and that a certain Leonard C. Dozier, is 01 GEO. LANMAN. FOR 50 Lbls Baltimor rectified IFH1SKEY. shoetees. themselves to pay strict attention to all business entrusted -

tuilly of the murder of Reading, also late of said! Tallahassee, Oct. 29, 1836 12-tf 25 do Old Alonongahela do 500 pr Russell brown shoes.-Hats-Crockery and to them. If
Glass Ware. Jlad a general assortment of Hard BENJAMIN_ BYRD 4- Co.
tOUnty, and the said Owen Fountain, and the *aidifonard 25 do do Peach Brandy.
C. Dozier. having escaped from the jail off A CARD.JUSTINIAN W. C. MILLER. Ware.A Magnolia, Oct. 5, 636. Otf !

1dnucell0 on or about the lO.h or llth of August, St. Marks, Oct., 1836 8 if7OTICE.The few superior 2 barreled Guns,a set sup Rifles &c. -

I) the present| F. DAVIS, subscriber wishes all persons to 200 ps heavy Cotton Bagging,-Bale Bope & Twine. I R. R. :PILGRIMMEItCHANTTAYLOh:

cnV Noatherefore a reward of,two in pursuance hundred dollars of law, ,for I do the hereby appre- COMMISSION MERCHANT, ii whom he is indebted,settlement.either by book or note, to "50 10 barrels do Monongahala common Whiskey do ,
for
awsion and delivery of each of the s'id offenders :No. 60 WATER ST., NEW YORK. render their accounts GEORGE EANMAN.a 20 do Apple Brandy Having just returned from New York, has taken the

lflLfly3ajl within the Middle District of Florida. of Alabama, 49 20 do N E Rum- store formerly occupied by R. Halsey, in Jefferson
merchants
Jjjai do hereby enjoin, all magistrates and peace Offers his services to the of subscriber 4 } prpcs Cognac Brandy, sup brand street, where he is now opening a general assortment
'ceto be and Florida, in the purchase Goods yEW DRUG STORE.-The respect- 20 doz Champaign Wine, in qt if pt bottles
vigilant in the apprehension of the ac- Geoigia the purchasing andselecting that he has opened in Ready made clothing, consisting of every article in
In the
75fi and bring them to usuce. Wares and Merchandise. in assorting W full? informs public, door the office 50 do Bottled Cider his line of business, suitable to the season, which will
) next to a
of goods or post ,
stocks of Tallahassee,
i said Owen 50 of of whole the city 50 do English Porter terms
the accommodating
t Fountain is from 40 to years in the purchasing he will keep a general assortment he sold on most
doTs;or dark complexion, black' hair and eyes, with them. Hating had long experience Georgia and Florida, he drug store, in which chemical nrgicalintlrumtiU,. 50 bags best Rio Coded He has also on hand a splendid assortment of{superfine -
look talks several) of goods for Alabama, of drug, medicines, 10 do Java do Gassttneres and Vestings
has cloths
f through his nose, and orders entrusted to him will usual ,of articles that belong to this rccentlyJmported -
L Bears on his head. flatten himself that any of those who may favor and all the variety Fresh Imperial Gunpowder and Hyson Teas. with ageneral which he will sell by Uw yard or piece, and
The hid 21 22 be with satisfaction on the part line of business.The of Groceries together with be made for those who wish at the
of Leonard C. Dozier is about or years will be- carried on by Mr. Lvwu, who u assortment many which can up ,
lI K iOf slender form, about six fet high,dark hair him with their business.ford & Whitcomb. and Baldwin shop and experienced drugist--and all orders other article two tedious to mention. All of which shortest notice, and in the most fashionable style.
Oa educated
I m &eyes, with a narrow face and Roman nose. Hw Refer to Messrs. Yorku-Wm. Mane ', Tallahassee .- a well will be most Faithfully attend- will be sold. low for cash,coon try produce, or approved Intending to make Tallahassee his permanent residence

I .., nehrl are pleasing when sober, but very boistenamok. &> Hawkins, Nem G Porter Apolachicola, Flo,- and prescriptions credit. Purchasers are invited to call and examine be hopes by persevering application to business
I Flo,-Wm. : .A McKeul'ieIrwinton ed to. rranted to btftivtine.' (or themselvesA..FOE UY DUVAL: merit a share public patronage, .. ..
en this 7jl Craig & Daffio, St. JcpFIo.W N. B. All drug t 1839 7 Oct. 84th 1836. IS tf
'Olc day of Sept.my 1836.hand Rt Tallahassee, I Ala..:..Preston & Nelms Cqlumbus,' Geo. 4j j. EDWtJ gfEWART. TaUihatte;Sept 24th TallabasiM, ,
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'. LOU ID IA N. FOR SALKMJGWOLIJl. I NEW GOODS.-NEW GOODS. FLQRXDD! A Ollice t tI S
%1tJ'; ; ; l' 1 HE! F thanks his I at Tallahassee (not *
I : Subscriber returns his sincere to hereto

: PUBLISHED KVEKV SATURDAY MOASING AT .9.1' r THE and the public, for the liberal encourage- ALLAH ASS E (K:,-NOTEM BER 12tb, 1836. i advertised) on the 1st day/of Nor,, 1939 '

: : .: I'oitrtblHrsin! : allvmcor Five in eis j nionih THE subscriber hail !I mcnt he has received since he has been in this place, = : -_.-- not tnken out in ninety days will be lent' *

4:4sclj: tj ,I .,.Jj't\ received by the 7 and soli-its a continuance of their pltflln": e. He is OPERATIONS"ON TEETH. the Genera! Post Office as Dead *to

I t: :" \paper viru0.1i3contir.upd; unless! at the! option of I : fchr. TuM-aroia from I now removing on Clinton St. in Berry's Row, a few Lifer.

r 'r: 4,) rfi- Editor, bcfi re arr-'ira:fs arc paid.AJcrlKmcnts ,Xcw York the folloxv- I doors below the Post Office, whero he is daily rereiviug i Mr. La Bff- PANISurgeon T Allen John F Lee William

''J i j" \\ ill b.j conspicuously insertc.l at seentyfive i and is now opening a general assortment of Fall Dmtis* Alston Augustus 4 Locke
in oods'i .
James
Hv ,. f..r the first insertion,and ; ; ? and Winter Goods coi'-sistfug in of ; ',
t r cents per square I' part Alien R C
/ Rio Coflee. St Croix
.. :"i: 1' ,' jlrv cents for each su\, : Gin N Rum
foibid other- Rye E. j he has taken Hush Albert G Lorimer
that
, t 1' will be continued until or I Cloths. Gentlemen of Trlla het" H. T.

:. wisc ordered. .I u. cat nn1.adcira, l\lalagnJ I "'INES.I j jI Blue, black, brown and fancy mixed doubloKorsey- t hose two Rooms next to Mr. Berihejot's ofliec on Uraden Dr J A Munsou Asa

'. The nolti-c on all bttcrnl'' communications to I'I Sicily.: Ii i I meres. 'the :south side of Washington Square, where lie will I Brown Peyton '
\
.
I M.c :. the E tit.r mut bc paidor they will not rcceiv alien :t Plain, striped, plaid, and fancy Sattmctta devote his time entirely to his profes ion. His mOtI- Maloney Clayton
I ( rca!ii Ale, Almonds, Humes John
lion Gentlemen's dress coats and coatees, plain, striped : attendance, and new mode MilierLittleberryj!
; ._ crale charges puncual .
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,, ; t; -- --- -- --- BubRope, plaid and ribbed sattinett Pants, buck skin Pants. of plugging teeth, (by introducing gold in a P'e Brown Samuel W Miller Ashby H.

if ? M '. AND M018 J FOIl SALE.-The nn.er. I Ami! arc daily expecting from >T. York pel brig. Velincia, Toilinets, Plaid ills, embosed Velvet. l liko manner) he hopes will entitle! him to a share of Black J J Martin
.j. Lueind.1: nnd S.-hr nssurtnent 01 Absalom
Ij l.is imnicuJcdnttentioTnth Byron, a p-ncral '
% [ ?i"iird 1'1'lnnXI.I115' t<> li.t\ He Sattinett and Superior cloth Vests. public ,
1 T1 :: .Me-rhanulc! :.ncssjl.as, lor sale Dry I ) G.fljIiS. Re uly made rlmbinj. Il.trowarc, Cut- Gentlemen and ladies pbid and camblet Cloaks. Tallahassee patronage., Nov. 12, 1836 14-tf BloxhamYi1liam Morris Jonathan 2
t1. : kry.\ Rilles Uonble-Barrrlied! C ui<, Pistols flats, Baldwin H I)
. 4cae_ 1 I the fllll'm- I'rupa1y. and A general assortment of eloathing.tiMM.is. May David
Land G !1)! \ S half of 'nlnoi!, S'J!';>'5, Saddles nnd! Bri lies, Cronkcrv, Glass, nnd SCOTT
a A Tract ) nirt Minns assorted! Nrsro Kerseys and Lil ys JAMES M. Hembry KcnnithIJilIengerMar Morgan
Louisa
, :: is crtrQI I, fcit.iatc.l one) aiul a h.ill"milos north <.I"t NMarii'iui I IIt Jlnn.1 \varo, Bale Ilcpe, and Ba rginir, T\\'in"11t11\" ( t' StOdo! do Blankets: Muckanaw an J IJ'hitney JM

: : anl J within: m-b: of r the Chl'oLHiv'r.; { i di-'in-s- : ; with a general assortment of groceries, which) m.nlict::., ATTORNEY al LAW, > Monroe William

" :-s! !t It.' "hidi: ii ni\i R1hC! f." P.-it-JT-s 1 at all season1 1 f tie will bo sold t.n liberal l'rms-I hey bavo about 500buslivis :;oi> ps. English h, French and American Prints. returned !o the Territory of Florida, Collins John S Miller Nathan
talt which will be ';
alum
, The -. usist ill the} dry cjane s> very1o' HAVING Richard
:,. : }'C:1r. improvc-iiu-m ts ( > necessarycut :"l.O. do U. -11)/11\\ n "JoincslicsSUO his professional services to personsin Clayton Maige A Madame

: ;_;1 : t. : 1s.ueS,and] .\ f ""J (illl H'Uj.f.Twunyo'ic :. : I :: lil' e'o' i'o'' do bleached do general as an .1tlUTlItY tllld Cornsellor at L(no.- Cnnada. David Newsom
have and commodious ho1sun Daeid
ivhjii 1 They larjrc \ r ; P.
twelve
MKU'.lOKS.an: arc
; UiO il tit do! do and doA p
I ) plain :stripped Jefferson Leon
$ 1 < lIe will tend the Superior Courts -
trokiub.ui.ls.: T. ,i iln-ad.fMI'LES.! iV.OO<) bushlsof 1.I. I rctii-n 1 :!lu'ds fr :tnrin' ni-rrlmndirc, : cotton ar.d 0'.1-1 iol elf B"IIIIClI fashion} a Chason JohnClevt'Iatul Powel Jeremah
I
.. :. < COHN)L -ajl l.iock: : (cca'i.e- and ll.'jjs. an I a i.rihb'ce! hey will c be att. )nllo I he shipping :and i.iiIisli btipi-rior and rrcncliMeiinos superior Bombazines, mid Gad>deii, Florida, and ihe counties of Lownds him Susan PowelNathan
I and Thomas. Gco. Letters addressed to at I
,: I. of Ute.iJi !". gv-n'-ra. c'"mmi>MOii business, and will I buypn,1 l ad-l
; bet I'rtrniing I UIIIILi.hCt) :, .S-I:. Mon-icello Jeflcrson county Florida, post paid, on Copeland"ilJiam Perkins Albert J
.
; \8IIC inouT'y' j n ri.lt mi s!nr-d l with I them to be tltipI G.
,, :;' .. I .:i f' .Cl:;o his Land! in Culvl.'n; (' Co-in'y.; lyias on the Silks
: Ulack l.us1tns. Groderhinc and Gredepans business will be attended Curr JohnConner
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; cd t'. poit in the L'mtc.l Sties they plodded! punctually Parish R. C. ,
j's, : ,\1E.LLChiChL Ili\"I'r, rolntlIuillt: ,:J 'a "i. of 5 whichftvarr'iareci.Mr. i I any ; '
Superinr Fancy slk; Dresses, Chally, Challccth.llerninia Nt''V.l I 1'J &: ;. '1.11';
11 'to. { .' I' tlimflvis, tn }py. strict attention to.)11 business en. Handkerchief Mrs J Peterson Peter
and t\vi.-trd silk sluiwlsand
.: c H" "i\tri-h.tsersnny: xpcct g mJ bargans: uid l('r l'lI ted to them.) Take N otiee. Croom Monster Panda!! Hon.
4 ; BENJAMIN BYRD 4Co.. 2000} gentlemanladici and chit rcn's shoes and 'fho ,
: : terms, pa.ticuUrs/Jv: aro n 4 |"vl'c J B
1'.y4, -.t subscrbcr3.t\Lm.tlmt.: JOHN !R. CHAP.M[V :Mnsrnnlia.Oct.i: -'>, 1CM: ; H tf fcht.CtcCS. The subscriber having purchased all the estate f Richardson Das.'l 1 L

J't;, ., .,\1 tariuI1i4th: ( ''.. 'er. 1S.5G., : ; I-in: -- -- SOt) pr Ilus ett brown shoe*;..-Nats-Crockery and as well also as the hooks, notes, accounts, rights, Donelson D S Itinggrld Mary

.t.w. -S. t ----- ---- -- R. aT pYi G R i M Gl.;,ss Ware.n.l a geneial' assortment of Hard I and credits of all kinds whatsoever, belonging to I ea. on Jackson F Haint y Patrick

,i4 : H(1Il1.J's .iH1ic1i: i tXIUI C :. ,J-AniJ-Custive Tills.f !. M .E1CI-IAN'1' T A Y LOll, Ware.A the concern in Tallahassee, of Adna Howe deceased Daniel GV Itobinson William: %

.. t \ 'ne c.t ihe I nuiiifrfas:attemts; to lLItIfl I Itt few superior 2 barreled! Gun". a srt sup Rifles &r. and being anxious to close the business ofsaid //avidson It D Rice James \

r..* '. JNspunMis imitaUtf.ssof: I ISuw: .,ml's \': ; .\ :Medicjirs j Having; ju*! icturnoil from JXrw Voik I has taken the 2(001'8 heavy Cotton IJ.igging,-Dale Hope & Twine. concern as early as possible, therelbie, he Estes E. i

on the i public\ !lu. hastleiiTmij.nl. ) to Confide ti! <- Sit t rc loniHTiy t.cci'pict1; l l by I R. JIal.cy, in Jttfeisins'nct 50 barrels cmmlnVhbkcy wishes all person indebted in any way whatever, David M Roberts Nathaniel

't.! ; Biilis 1 exclusively I '.1) .!iis! in JnV-r"nt juris of the I : where he is now orxnin a peneial n. sortmer.lol'Kiidy 10 do \Monon-raliaU to said concern, to come r\vard and pay the Evans G Sweel James G.

countiv, fj'''I.1: whom '/'t.i: Ihe :CiJff'lt'
F 1 .d: iri : bat!, and to {.'"-ml th. n. -4-c crf'ertnally! .';.Iin>t the im.tisii hi. lino nf busiMitS": uil.ib'',; to the season, which will 20 do PS'K l Hum same Anti all persons holding claims against Standley Geo. W.

I 'I' |l" : '?.i.> of iwuil'a-iri"! : tlmUrs ; !te has- .i slnctc.J. : I I It' .odon] lh ; 1.lmt arrominotl.iting Urins' .t] \ ppes Cognac Brandy, sup brand said concern will hand them in' f for payrnen Francis Shepard A. L,

it;: ; ..'i : II I his t\:t nsin; 1 lns:..-i I, N .. York) l';%il .'-_. I Hi: ; Iris: ;also on ija..l! a spk! iid'd n.-s-oitnicnt[ of snpertiim 20 doz Champnigii! Wine, in qt 4* rot bottles FRANCIS( Kd.sou JosiahFerguson Shines AlibrdSeffield .

.,t,14 ,... I L11tl13ae, t* wnke .>.i> sttl>'s ID.tutrc'aiiisaiiJ. (/tltr'f./1 cI.bs.: C.issi.ii'-re5: and Vcstinns! nceiUly ini- f.O do IJott'ed! Cider Nov. 12, 1S3G. 14lf William 4 D. \.

,' I ,: allJ cfhe :';eifi1r' Itl fJCII'I'I;(,! s.t.:4r. :(7.'i cl.J. 1/ I PH""ll, whiJi In-, will sill by I lh? yanl or piecii, nndvlncii 50 do English Porter Farris James K. 2 Smart

,%,-... c t Large qiwuTi.u-s \i a i < 1.j.U.'it'tc'; : -N; jlj iii'iuttior.: of i| \ can be made .Ijl; I f:,r those who: wish, at the 50 bags best Rio CoiVcc New Goods. James M

.h the! (t 'i'i:m' Mixim: I'iv.iS. : .-_ ..'et lit iirilaetmrtl i i by i.t:- j lmrtCi.t; littI ice, .tii'1 in tIe: most fashionable style. 10 do Java do subscriber has just returned from N. York French T. J. Smith John Thos.

.' '; ,t (.l1S (,(flI1ck: &, C.d 4.t )(\v ''d'I\, -;'IJ se :11" tilt I I i 'Ii.teiidin, >; t" make Tall.ihas.see his permanent: resi i Fic"h Imperial Tens with THE is now opening a stock! of goods bought express Fitzpatrick H.. 2 Salter Simou B.
Gunpowder
S"uf7, fur *,-.:t. TV! ''lauK .fir/<;:iJ Lu.taIIIf! H nv- .h'IIe.' : hi' LlI'cs..Ly |icrtcv'<.rin application tobu.incs* Hysin a !" for this market British French F. .
I 'uer.,1.slll'll1I'nt Groceries with consisting Figg llenj. Secretary Grand'LSmith
;X: together
i .A and], ion i ti-cbMiiit! : ? IIt .,<' ill i.ati'.M The ;;rcnu.r.e: : 1I'('Itt a hale of pahlii* patronage.Tallah.v.e.f many aud American Fancy and Staple Goods. He has >
oilier articles tedious mention. All of which
::', 1 ,. 'M rlicle mayJ<: $ha:i-5! I.'' : 4! <<.!:UJ-M-:.;z p"l's. i..I> xvhoarctec : I ( )let. L".ti; 1 HS'.U.:: 12 tf \i ill be solII.w two f.r cash h to also a good stock Ready made clothing' and Gro- Ferguson John Wright, Lj) 1
produce, or -
country approved Gatlin
I czy/ .'?;(iilv in '.i: i- |I"n. *'; Frc'\: ; :11' d.t ;ell'2iI I -- '--- - -- --- -------- -- ) invited. rail ceries, all of which he will tell H\v for cash, cOl1u'.rrprotlu'e A. M. & Co.
crttlit. Purcha&cis and m-.ine
.:; 1 jitfi 1C.,: 11.in. ud I jr. **i't t.H'r,1 S A.-. :.t, T.tllab.i I i T01lAii: '! STOUAGK( ) STOKAC.'E are to ex credit. Garuin John Stins Martha I
c 1 tl.cnve'vcs. A. FOF1 Y DUVAL or approved or Lf
. -t ; \VilIitin_ l' ( rl & t'.,.'.,.1'1.; ; .. I 'N ulditiou to his ware-house the : He will also the
" ;r : ( ( ) ( Tallahassee, Sept 24th 1S3G 7 carry on tin ware manufac'orin'j Gray Dr. G. W. sa 3JorganSmith
U J\UltZ: V. JVL4Uv 'tli' j i K1subscjii..,' business and keep constantly on.!.antI a first ratcsu>ckoi .
build '
G'irwiii
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j rhasKiceiitlyercctfd a Abraham
rpzicious
!, Swan, LJO.I't.. Aia I k, 1 T. Samuel C.
:': I n ; i.'Jbv i.S fed, for reeci\'in! cotton and goods. A fresh supply! of this VALUABLE MEDICINE : tin n-are whidi he will reraillO cuiumers or seli Geddia
.fil11AIl'X.'t.1', Ilick-.t: Alex.
tI '*''. 'Il' uvfl. TIMOThY 1'C.HTY. to country merchant- wholesale at as low prices 2 Thornton B. G.

r .....' { ki linrius \\ l1liUttnt) ;' d.*., ,/ :t. :M.u'uF: D"crmtn 71J.183J. 'I jut icceived.'S as it can L-e sold :for in any southern market. He Gross Barnwell Ternll A. C.

r :..t' 1 J. P. Cilrjll.I' \lI"\SO': 1 ky. .. will bere'dyatalltimes execute all orders from
Hudson
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tj I ------- -- ---- Harnillon! !
t ; 1 Tl:<- 1u!,:J of J.:. 1.fl.i..I: jr. ftn.. v. :ill 1 be OK *!:1 1 thc .I : the m the tin line. ,V. H. }'RACL. Thnus Samuel.
ir;;.l11 r. bottles Ncpo l Tor SdleA country Hawkins (_;ol. G.
soM! by the fib >v -i:r.ils.TIi.ih.xss :i I No1 1 12 II if S. Underwood Conslai

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\ ., ..,'. 1 I V c:rti r. Knqiiiie: 1,1IAJlTIS & HART. i & LL per-on" hiving claims against the c&t:lte of Harvy Martha
4. ,' I Oct.M: l&.t.! IllmPROPOSALS l. James B. Vicks Jatm-s; 11.VenaMe .
I I decoiscd
Mays
J. nre to
o : : } lequesfrd
1"1' 4.I .\ 11"1(1)} I __ __ present Alexander
I I lleudery
: : J 'Ji them authenticated I). Simeon
Ii properly : to II. Mays, and
; t.
.. 1L\1'V\1\ ,
I N from the Mil criheroi. the I'i
.: ." '.- "t. a;: Ii c-;' 1 1'J 1 li. ol'Sv;)' a etrro hoy' I 1-y the name of t !: v ____________________ those indebted t,> make p.iymrnt, by the 1st of Jan. Harbour L. B. Withers K. F.

r :. ,t. :\J ; :' jlil..l ., \\ .ji, !li: he ;..ILIIih1Vt iJ1 cLaijifr toraiiierinclines !, won: carrying: mails of) the United States from next. B-T-I'ARUM: Executors" Hunt Gttch It. "Willis N. B.
'1\ 'I ;ii. JotH ; ,- the t 1st 1 of 1 I e-bruary, l.-:5: t to the :i-Oih:() of June, D. H. :1.YS, S Holmes
j .: ) 4' A. F.
J" 11 0..1 1a'C. JI
a 1" 4i1at. ::1lntH: AVillts!! JoabJ1ogilo
;: ,: ;'L :; (, 1 fc.'et..t)() illd1C oo iJ btagtit' llis lIHelf! i. I Ib.s'J' ">:i the following: Post routes ill I I'ioriiJa Te-r-1 Nov. 12 183C. 14-cw ;
; lip !
.. ri! ; V' : i,: liioiy, \\ Iii revived at this Dipanuie-nt until the & Cuborn'ilrtl George T. 5
I .. t 1 // : to t,111; ui! n i miKiiu. 1 i j Sh davol I Dccrml) next luclu ivc, to he decided en j NOTICE- Haiy Mark,
{ Jla HiJ:1I1:1f i wet ks after date 'l'htnl1- Ju.iatli.nti 2
'i." ., _t--! .. H : 011 !J is 3uie.fad! over tue ;; nppli'i.nTill!
% '. ',; -' : tinlu''i day ol said mouth. The contracts: are to j 1. L,: made t-> the Hou the & Martha.
'I 1'1" :-hf had : I I I County ,1Cnnrt of Jackson Elijah Welsh Jesse
f'C.. on an ( : slrr -
siaMirg : :aa l I. '
I ptJ1.t"nJ: I.S
\ : C:l.'c.ltl'.II\! I -' l.i:1a:l day: of Jeiiuary iixt, z.n.1 theMM for Ict: i .
nfaelOli'ii"tr\ioll the
.t; .i. ;lie Ir.'i.; he! jsin'aung! aiul: 1 v1jan.-i.'b; nluiv I iv- I on estate ofWrn. Irmie, \\ iii. 31. \\ lI.5un James '
*
fee: : ii to thc Ut oi'
coriaiu-ce (In day February
'.1 1. I ) J Javn Still dc<:. late (fsaid
.. li' wal.\\Uh: l ? giveii ior J'I <' t1c1it'y: \\.tiam
!
Lr 1 ; 4. ;sn 1 allaliHSsc*;, or secured i in anv ;ImJso;2 tluit! 1 i I ., I EVIX gI O\YX.
_
j .1 : t l1 1 [ _
Slnricnna: Ala
House
yet Iale
t 11. i Liu. ; to cUrt Nov. ]12Kc3r. 14 LW Jack:un Jainus, ; AVard} K.l J. or C. L
\ ..1bl..I'! .:.
..1 A.Lo r.:
:; 1/ ; I ill.s ant; back once a week \
.
.It IlL J 1. 8'--, '. flrt Johnsonrliiniri i-is
4 .t'" I l eav.: :! Mamuia every Tuesday( at 0 a :n, arrive at I IPnle -

\- ./ j 11. .." .' j ___ ____ __________ ___, ___ __ Court HI' oofll1t'Xt day by 5 p m Executor's Snle.riLL : Inniu Lif ut. \\ iliam'utlins Kobert

: I ." 111 ii t jN'OTIClTKEUCDEnSICNin) 1-:. I Leave Dale Court Htlusccry Thursday at G a ,: be tod! in th,c.ty of Tallahas-ee on the Lee Edward s. VlIliat 2
?REPAUKU s Drury
q: ." \ I j 'm, an i Y..I inanaiina next day by 5 ji in : bOLl-.LY from vegetable! matter by V'y !1Mb January, 1S'i7, a ]'ri ne gl" of-II n'grrisoaccustomed .

{4f;'r ,uI ... the m' n.t el1 .,j I'. (I.'d'I'u hay.iv.LJ1I"' v purchaseJ HI tl.' .\H the (11.1. J J3-5 I'roii1ariariii' ; i III St. Joseph's, 90 miles and ; J takrn_ coB I1OUCK, B.iltimorc'whirli; may be tthe cl:tmti and te! culivati ,n nf corn (174 letters)
hi'1\ with
r \. :;. J u--c t' ;'abiislitneiitc'.n: ) iticieJ uiuk'-r, h. jirm H: i liak uvi-( a i week: in singes. ( perfect safety by all ages &. in all diseases ind ro'.ton( ; Fix 1n': mules, o..c hi'.rsc a \\on and Person* callinfi for (lie! above Idlers wl:
: of HCIt. ( is
r lon i Lt-.vo Marai-na: t.\"I iv Tuesday and ; cure arc lor tl.e follow inir diseases :Dyspepsia, liarncsrlsoonth 2d January some nnths! hIt I i i please jidvcriisei the
&r.mhry in ihipaco! Lom'-jn lu's luwals ami J Jjneni Saturday at Los (1 ;', SlY 1st t of November.
', 4: .1 1 aHin' St Ji .' : Appetite, I liitig| t stint,, I n litnia Lion of the Stomach and cattle of
Cl1-tom that h. 11t1\' iCtIVj, : I.cral j a 111. ; IJeirt P.
rt: : !: ." vl G"milseiiTioil: : by hjlJ) ..---.':! wah in Eurt.'I Jinxon 1 Lcaxv St. Joseph's "-vervTtieday and Friday at Fistula, Burn, ir"0fha", ly>ciitry or Flux: Pike, tools 3ti: at the plantation! of J. I n :.I.t-s deceased in [.|I I M.

":.''lt t r 4 .* tf\v York ait'! ;J-! < timbre, ar.'l'
;n!t "' LT.r : nt reduco.l: pmc at r-.lai:, at! the siand > !ine i J (i Kmm Pei-.sacola' by Florida,,, II and Pin- or Uemitlent Fever, Typiw Fever, Scarlet be l ci edit ef> I 12 months, \* itli itcle..t: from d.tU', |I II I-

; ; .. thr late f-irm. ALSU t >- J CUOM' b'} .! mw'I'crt) tu C'ai.ib.-lhuii, ICO miles and back oncet : Fever, Small Pox, Erysipelas or St. Anthony's Fire, sonal security; and a moo:tae fthe projieriy. p.r I j I, GOO Ds & 1J Gl OfS AT AUCTION} i

I f/ tl )t Exj'cctcil Jruiy brit direct t\ \veck.. I AsthmaPlcmisy, Measles, Yellow, Fe\erCostiveness U.J.E\I-LE: ) ? ; sj. ITKDAV' the 12th mst, I shall! ltLIlt' .
I per "ilaimouy from O
Wind) the ,
toiiiach
:,. :.t .h Liveitiou!, on 4 ',lI"I"III11I.'IH) ] Leave Pensarn'a every Wednesday at G\: m, arne -; on I or I bowels. Cholera orhus, D. II. MAYd S( Lxecu-ors. II, nicest bidder u\ lilt 'itt. reerre, the eiui.i

,.f':;.: ,. .. :i; ': :i tUJl! lamn3 ctl iRON : at 'ambi-l"toii: every Saturday I by) .1 pm ;I I., of Consumption the I luliueiizn, Colih: Coughs, Inflamalioii I Nov. 12 I3C. J4 td l'Jk ut It. IIt timer & Co, consisting ot c.uineu, i *

-..,.' ''I t f;, :'UCl'atoIEullaew\\r.Ala' Leave Caniphehtun every Wcdnet>dav, at C am throat chest t. P. lsy, Gout, Ithcum.itisrn Intiamscory The .\l1led: evil'e Journal, the Montgomery Journal I gui cloth, rii.dy made clothing, dry gs ds, shi.s

."',. .. ., "' ,' Si() pieces' COTTON IJAt;<(1NC arrive at Pcnsacula cvey Saturday by -I p ni I I sore i'lckets 1'ieascof,i Croup, Intlaiuation I the Liver of the heart, Dropsy, .\.. will publish the above for fur week..*, aod !!j all Sats lIlt| sizes, criwk-iy! g.ass and sftuefal .II

L. .t Kl.'O( ) tad' ,, Livvrpool T"1I11: >; U.T NUTES .l' I.:, r.: r. TT Jaundice, Difficulty forward tdcir accounts to this oilice for pavnu-nt. I'I Hats, (Jn-cenes. Uramly, n cfi.icc article, fine (
< I F viicli 1. Hich lonte: must be bid for III III lKII1! C1'IIIt'.Icct, uysicrus, Atcrviius< cc Sen.flll..us ,- mCOTTON Purl "' & .
$ j : be: oilers) \vhul-aic; lu'i"lchaU1..nt separate] The :! -- -------- -- --------- /", e, -c. lihillbcll.it. ilia same tmi t
1 : '. Lt. r,ew York prices. or ue.i route, \\\\f\ ".tII'), I the mode, ef service, and the rcsi. i afl,1 ions 1'1' the memltcrs! a-ul ligaments, Merou.M : EU ROES, to \ it : a likely on n t fellow :21
y ye.
il? I I tience'ol the bidder I and Vcncral diseases, Ulcers Sim-s Affectations GINS. ;
4t should be ,
Cotton 1 of >
purchased < distinctly stated in | -ditto -20 2 33
.1 Mr a wsnal.TUK1JUTTII.. of the skin & nil age yt aI's, \\m.'ii lioni3U to ve.
i '!' ; IJETTOX I each bid. I{ &c diseases ansi i::: from Impure L'tood, THE frieti'is! and acquaintance of Campbell and : lik-jiy. '1 trius made known on the e'jy of sale.R.J.IiACKLliY..

!!t r : : 'T : Tallahassee, (\,-t I. It'l1'1":\ J. No proposal: l \riil be considered! unless it be acj j This Price :prr Lottie $2. arc informed, thai by railing, oa our 1 .

\ ; cI. I -,------ --- i ornpanied lir a signed t two medicine has a powerful effect as a Spring and mer .' rnts: I they be jr-j
'It : -- --------- -- --- ------ ----_ jjunran/y by responbiIie Fall Purifier in can supplied with Cotton J T.IH :hiaso I'e>, Nov 2. 1SG.:! U I Iw
I ; ; ", :: : pl'r III1S in the following; lorm, viz: i.1 tiiosc whoso constitutions require the best quality, either Cast StCL-1 or Iron Saw

.( .!:.,:: .: l i\\ "O'"C t'. I "The umters-.giied; and guarranty. much nourishment andticw \'hor ; such persons would be }pm%chaser*. All persons' \\ishiii2: the above :,, tosuit I FOIl SALE

rlrtIIE subscrjcr n-j-pcciful; v inAiri'is: the public; that if his bid for carrying the mail bencfilted by using two or three bottles, which cle, will do well to call on I
1.J i our viz C. rti-j GANG of 3-1
be taken agents, :- NLIGROEy: anti general
that likely
.., 4 jj a" -. !. he will have: the 2 -l r. i\ Vf.t. D* r ;*J from to be accepted by the may without regard to drink or diet. Many Willinnis-1 I I.ln county: U. Williams & Co. jTjL t.f fine cll.ua.tO" noikers fro
i .: 'H C li.-i ill.L tioroii! : ; P4stiflastCr persons' are diseased for llift of Ct-n.-'Ltiujrof 26 .
( h"l'plJrC': and littui tnTjoi i General shall enter into an obligation want blood being Wm. 1 1). Harrison
county
I: ; : ihiMui-cplion .I, ,I.", v\Jio ar.wiim t" ",',. l i i' prior to the I Ifi-.h: day of January next, with good and I j rii.ed.;; Thousands of I''rsnns nre destroying their con-pu- \v. UoViaon; Jackson Gadsden county; J. allell ten to fun) years of ac,2 I.eivucn 5W and CD, au .isix.
1" "|' Florida
.1 t 't him .lill11iollS county for fur'hcr between 1 and 9 od.: These s hat
: : J by ibelemb I Do-ombi) Hiil'incni' surilit" by yia.-s negro
.J fJ ol neglecting to
to the
a
; : i ". i' c\i. lie I piuig himtelt perform service proposed. |. upply proper remedy ; to [particul.irs us to price, quality, &c, been worked
\ :, that I l Pat du. .': Midi.the Panjifca ill be two years in the Territory.-and are
J every ut- litiuli hal: 1 li. paul: j f.,ii the I I8o''; more than double valuableas AKUHIBAI.I .
acXlJ1 '
'r'. IF: f : "''' ": rnodai.mauJnlTl\,1.l IIcofl.hJ'Jtr"I i j i -. !! rl lu> should( b* accompanied by the certificate ol a certain and effectual moans of restoring them to JOHN M. GLAZE.CAMPBELL. t.umhcs i having no con flex 1011 (husband or wifejH
: 1t' : : perfect health and) ; of tfie !;nn:. Rereroiice: fur ternisaud a more particular
a l other few
/ 1 A. A. IISIlilH. i poM mava-or 1 equivalent testimony i that the' v'gor : families are t.'hrl'il'II! Marion
,: ? exempt ;
J I l1lhl! seo\.2t1thl, 1R15. ir-if I|! ga:)i flflt''IFS are men ofpl"Opcrtr. and able to make [ from Scorbutic Affections which exhibit various --, ronnt'tGeorarrh 5 "OtfDURING 1'\-tlfocriinn to 1. J. ACKLEi.

o I I .( .'. .1.to.. :. 1' .-&T01'ICE.-Fhe ____ 'ooil :their puaianty. rrNu exemption from this I toms as Eruptions, UJccrntions: Debility, Lossof S"IUP-Ap- NoTcJ:. I I .nOV. I, ISifi i ; ,r. tf_ __
.
.. I AXl Miiisrvib' T ht.. ju> .uxivtd anJ j! requirnn'iit is allowed! in favor of old contractors I petite and Digestion, all arising from impure blood lnr absence from iho 'I 311EULE DISTRICT-LEON bUPE'H CUURV.
Territory
I., '!t 'I'I A. PoTtr.y is n II\l 1111\.11 01) eiiinjr| ut t ti(0 !! /( fu.. HJLI.!it. 4'C'Ul'i.-,I by i I railroad i I : ."mpau ics,or any other companies or J :r- and if not properly altvi.ded: to, are sure to produce, Ferguson and James Roysou will act as attor I.- my
it
cercial I
J- ) f DRY sons the Granniss
greatest to coi.stilulion.
injury
j & :
es
Panacea neys. \ rromi
I t I. l('CJ! :;, ItUCEIUI. i is rc- J. SEELY.
'I
t p. I which I 1 he %\ "I'.:! low for: Har.i\\,'Vv-, dl.!. 1 v' t..c.pi :: Tin-dis'anf.-et as state.l in this advertisement: C'lmmcndcd in all.seasons of thcycnr, and in particular Oct 22 183fi l.2m Henry E.Grannis, I| (No 1.) Attach't for $1112

.i -.1' 1 J I'prll.\Cc1 Purfhu c.ish. c.u i.i J'-A du'v, (II' Ire bel iVe'd to Iwubsiautially! correci' ; but the bidder I as a Preventative i from al! c isuu.cs in warm climates : ::Six trailing, &c. as C. B. } Summons ad res.for S WO
CI'l'lt. weeks after
date
.
-
'oW t xniiiiiier..rilnniMlvi. iis inmii.i..1 '<; cillaiul will; inform himself on thai point, as no) increased pay j and those persons, \\.hcn diseases i are prevalent NOTICE l'S of admfrTi'IIjon we will apply Granniss 4- Co. I (No. 2.AttacVt) for $3611vs. ,-
by
'ran.d\) s-t', O / ;S3G IJ'.l.l--u'ITJlCIlLNStr will... ,Il'..allowul.. I _.. .for. any difference -\vlicn the placesIJ.MMt.ll II taking! the [P..iKU-pn three r>1IIr ti/ll/'s- \\'hek- ._ nr ilir" ,-ir Thomas Henderson, dec. late of said on .U l IDIJL'LI ". tour cotintv. Lnnman. Issued Nov. 2 & returnaba
I tulle ; ,
when j
spoonful's
----, 1 Thc 1 } !chedacr! ging to bed, and theI I T. E. LINDENBEUGERG.
IIAIL-UOAI -- -- :arranged so aa tt) allow 7 minUlt'1 I person may fear no apprehension, of beiiis attacked H. LINDENBLRGER to next :erm of said court.T1HE .
) jNOTICK. to each
; post 1 ollieefor opening and closing 1113ilsCllcrally '! wnli the Clioleia, Yellow Fever or othci S. I I.'. Pefendan': and all others intercsied are
disease HA\
r1u I: Flo, any 1:8. .
UWI"t! : ; said
the '
I im I' h.-ur the
in ,
T:1IJI-.Eoc tie of
A Rnl-i nad I to the distributing post offij as this medicine i is a valuable! : rcstouitnc of the Ocoler 29, 1 1S3U(;, 1'JbVDRY (; notified of ib<' nstitutioJi
CUi1I1.tit\) .M<' h< !">"iv notified iJut Tu- cos: but th"! P-s.mastf-r General system two stilts! hr.t.! .tachment & ... rcqumru1tOarPt
hare ) dnit: r' j : may extend the time ,thereby i invigorating the constitution.and are
t enabling
I per is repaired: and, diiecii-d on al owins iike and plead"to r rcon.lmg
to be declaration's said cases
I t-xteution the filed in
to the it
mjj to the contractors, to bear the effects GOODllAltO'Ala: jac-
tubsribcr debilitating of all climates it is HATS&cWE -
I og' caJi iluro: J The ;
:
ofthii.- Postmaster
; cl k on Gmeral maalltr to the statute :i such made and provided.
tDc JOili da- the schedule the are rectiving our Winter : rase
\0\'. ncxt.) J'2y and alter ihe conveyed by circulating fluids, and corrects their supply of Goods
F order of ir-e route' he allowing a pro rnm increase tendency to nil those diseases: which originate in vitiated I which, we ctler for sale low, either for J. O. \V ESlCOTT, Jr.
board ofcompcnsation, approv
: 1)ir.tt.r. for
CHAS.S.SIBLEY
: any additional service required blood diseased liver 'ed credit, cotton or produce.
country We
depraved have
and for appetite, or -
on
Cl1.\S A1 t S''IX, $ any increased sT| eed. vhen the predisposition hand Dated Nov. iM 163C. Ati's. for Plamtifl._
employment to affect ions of the (
'rctar.r
Oft 23 J83ii. of ai'ditional! lungs. _
,
( tock .
lthi or carriers
is
,. --_ _ _ 0. He may discontinue curtail rtixletcd the service nccess-aiy. It resembles, in point of taste and flavour, a lich fine ssortrd Cloths qualities Negro Clothing, CENTRAL BANK OF FLORIDA. ,

I. GROCKUIKS i; JUST HKiTlVED.IY 1{ 1 ( J 1 ever he shall consider it expedient to do so, he,allow-when i cordinl taking rather than in medicine.should. Every person after A splendid ,assortment Cassinets Calicoes aiul Sattufetts Muslins, THE board of Directors of i his Bank has this dar

lIn the Iliijj Ilowvllvc Imvc iij momh.s, f.xtra ])1 ay (n the mercury, any way have recourse to Prints, declared a dividend of5 cent the *P8"
i. : JHM I I m-f.u-d a l.irgc amount dispensed with. 1 one or two bottles of this medicine. In the decline cf and Painted and plain Ginghams per on capita
.flJ and choice 7. He may impose fines lor failure to in (for the last six months irhicb dayable to Ie.
asaortimui of GIIOCHUIES I ) which take or deli" life, or \\ hen the has been Tuscan and Le hoin Bonnets, is
'c offer fur sale on :00.J t I'IIIS-\, iz : ver a mail or any part of a mail; for suffering the I it nourishes, strengthens system and impaired it -it by excess is Figured, book, Swiss, Jaconet & Cambrick Muslins. stockholders or their legal representatives anaw--
100:) l.bl Ihlutuore "hikcy mail to be' injured, wet, lost, or dcstoyed and supports : not Merino Circassians ter the 1st proximj. L. A. THOMPSON,
; may presuming too fir to add, that it actually life. Bombazettes and Challiettcs
i0" y It exact foi fett uru frtlle of the prolongs Oct. 25 IS3G. 12 Cashier.
i um I pay trip, whenever This Panecea has been introduced to the public for Thibet and Vulemia Ss! 1 2:: the trip i is jost) or the mail arrives -
C.amtiyGin far -
so Corded
belting short Skirts
sche a time, and has received more testimonials in its Childrcns Aprons
I it l Cf Champ. Co nac, Peach [" \rpb Brandy mail.
2U 10 biAs Casks :I.lagl'rillc I'' H. He: may annul the contract for ecmcdicine ever discovered and its name at horns and Hosiery, Kid and Silk Gloves. S t1btt\Ull & faUt goonS
!
\11)I/un:1hel! flIniey* 10 repeated failures abroad, will induce hundre s, aye, thousands, to Lamb's wool Shirts. and Net Cotton Drawers
IIi the
Madeira, PCI t. Mitiry, \\II1CS: 'crfol'lI1 any stipulations, for refusing to for it to the virtue apply Piltsfield Cords Jeans aud
ft true thereof. red and white
: t reap Flannels. T.
discharge n carrier when GERARDIN
Old Irish I Whiskey.irrauted} required, fur violating the
g llUinc. Pnbt Notwithstanding attempts be made to Osnaburgs, Bagging und unbleached Cottons '
<'tlice law f for may impair
,
: IL 25 Ll.1. Piitihsses, disobeying the instructions of the the confidence of the public in the erlicacy and Sewing silk Pearl!Buttons, Tape and thread. \V A T MAKER &JEWELER, RespectfullY informs
:0" lliliimore Miperfinp Flour Department, or assigning: a contract, without the cum1.le Embossed his friends and the V)>* hIt'
I previous consent of the Postmaster pover l of this medicine, it will go on to Dimity, Uuckrnnis, and gilt Buttons : public generally, ;
.. 15000) lbs Haltimoic cured Middlings! and Ha.ns, I I. Contractors on and coach General.: disease, relieve the afflicted, and earn for itself the conquer good Petersham and t lushing Box Coats, sonF. G. has just returned trom New V'o rk, iwchoice _

.- t 100 boxes Unisons the of stage routes, shall in opinion of thousands and tens of thou nds. Alrea- Pea Coats nnd Round Jackets, & fashionable selection of Gold & Silver PIt

; 50 *' Pjunes conveyance passengers, give n preference to dy it has earned for itself Kentucky Jeans. Devonshire tent lever WATCHES, full jeweled and plain
and
to those \\ ho are brought in the mail lines, a name which das'.ardly at- steel mixed plaid,
3000 lbs bpst Loaf SU.a1'. connecting blue nnd Cobias 4* Johnson f8cl Gold anchor
' over those traveling in other tacks cannot reach ; that such is the fact, the number black Cassinet Pantaloons. man re.
that '
100 Legs; water Crncktrs any ; so : connecting of lettcis in Swansdown Merino gold Dupleu Gold and Silver Lepines; Ladies
possession and silk
mail stage routes shall foim continuous most hilly satisfy the, most incredulous velvet Vests, singleand ;
't : 30 boxes mid kegs Tobacco, assorted quality. lines. travelling ; and were it necessary, there could be ob double breasted. plain gold and silver watches fine gold Chains;

& 40 bags I quir.i and Rio Cofite ID. On routes where die mail is in tained numerous testimonials underthc sanctity of the Gingham, Cotton and red Flannel Shirts. POI b Chai liS. Seals, Keys, Earrings. Breastpins' iw

; .10 Ktga While Lead and the contractor "hall transported be stages : oaths of those who, afu-r suffering the most acute and Ducking and Bird Guns. Finder Rings: ,gold & silver Pencils ; gold and SIIV!

ti SOOCO bestSpan'teb Scjars c: by an underbidden present who r:ay not have the superseded long protracted illness, have been entirely restored te A full assortment Hardware, Shoes, Hats, Caps, I Thimbles' ; gold and silver Spectacles; gold and w-
5 bhds Sugar stage pro- health but it docs not and Crockery for ver Buckles, Silver Combs gold Shut Buttons, aweilver
pert reqiisite for the peiformcnce of I the contract enter into the comprehension of ware; sale by I ,
Buck Shot ,
t .50 bags he shall purchase from the present contractor! such many, how it is possible for botanic medici, 3 to effect G. H.&T.E.LINDENBERGER. I Snuff Boxes.

40 50 boxes kegs Duponts and Coocls' Powdor of,ihe, singe horses and roperty as may be suitable tnch wonders in the healing art, as experience has Tallahassee October 29, 18HJ( 12ifO'I'iCE.Six I Knives, Penknives, Dirks, Canes, Sword Cao e,

:- Sperm Cniullcs for the service at a fair valuation, and make proved then competent to perform, but such are the i Guns. Pistols, Rifles Duelling Pistols. powder

60 Smoked Herrings. therefor by reasonable instalments. Should payment they facts that they cannot be denied. will weeks after date the undersigned Flasks Shot Bags, Swords, Silver Plated Table aa*

tO 10 Tierces Rice not agree as to the suitableness of the property, the The above mrdicinc can be obtained of G. H. & T. Gadsdea apply to the Judge of the county court of Tea Spoons, Butter Knives, Frail Baskets C* .
Boxes Brown for
.
Soap. terms or the securit), each may choose the E. LINDENDERGEll, Monroe strew t. Tallahassee county letters of administration on the sticks! Knives and Forks, pearl and Ivory hamlic.;
,
50 doz. lollies Porter and : person estate ol Samuel B Wilson late
100 best Cider. who may appoint u third, and their decision shall final Florida, with proper directions for using it. 45 Nov. 5. 1836.13-6w of said county, dec. Plated Snuffers Tray, and Caslors.

I" 100 Coils pieces 4< Cotton Bugging. ; or the Postmaster General will name tbe umpir. ROBT.. HARR1SQ '. Musical Boxes, play in '(rou 2 to 8 tone, AetO!-

1' Hope This will be made the condition of nny bid under OTICK.-Six, weeks after date I shall apply to mJOTICE.--All persons decis' Guitars, Organs 'Flutes, Violins, and V 114'

10 5 cases barrels No.1 India Preserves thatof present contractor; and should the under- 1 the Hon. the County Court of Leon County for 1/1/ estate of John C. Brown having, dec.claims against the Strings, 1st quality,Work Boxes Leather Dnt o, -

.I. .. 1 Shnd bidder fat to comply, his bid will be ollered to the con. Letter Administration on/the estate of Lindsay ed to come forward and arc hereby requet- Cases, Writing Desks Fancy Boxes,>Games or aa

,. b Lead, Com, Brooms. ChC'cnbtc, Pepper, A.tspi tractor; but should h decline it, the proposal of the Pop, dec. late of said coujjtfT J. B, TAYLOR. ted within the time prescribed present: law.them duly aathentica. kinds, Perfumery of every description Toys, &C..

Putty, Demijohns, Preserved Gin i e'Currants, Tom- unorrbidder will be accepted unconditionally. Nov. 5. .18361' 6w to the estate, will Those indebted &c. together with a great variety of oilier aruclea 14.
arands Door Mat English Walnuts Cinamon Turpentine pleaso come forward and settle.
; : 12. The proposals should be sent to the Depart. his line. .
Imperial Gungowder and llysen Teas&otch ,- ment sealed endorsed ] mOTICE.-A the next January term of Gadtden ELIZAiETH BROWN, Admr'x. .
"mail proposals in the State .1i the Nov. 2, .Slli 13-8 He will also receive in a short lima 4 of the
Snuff in bottks Caster Oil, Opodildork, Vin.trr of and addressed to be First Assistant county court undersigned administrator on manufactured PIANO FORTES which he will aeI .
the of Williarn ,
Spanish Drown. Lemon Sirup Varnish Postmaster General. estate D. Harrison deceased, will ]1JOT1C&A1!
Copal pre persons Indebted to the .ubscriJ. very low.for cash. .
scathe
accounts and -
Salmon 4-c. &.c. For sale low vouchers settlement with said ber
h'y AMOS by note'otherwise for 11-
N. B.He
KENDALL estate and to be will please make ba selects the best-material*
G. U. &T.E.LINDENBERGER. POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT pray discharged-therefrom. pmclual payments the 15th thoIO
by of
B. January next. ,as pairing watches, and will giro tatbfceUoa to ,
'aflsIjsseeOct. 29. 18tO 12-tf Oct. 12 1836. MEACHAM Administer of W. D. longer indulgence will
13 4w Harmon.. Gtuincy, July 23, i$3$ 50 Nov. 2 8J6. not be given, w ho may favor him with their custom.Tahlafiaue .' .
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Wm.G. :'OiDEL Oct 10.,.183Q, 10 if .1 .
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1 WAR, cautious in bis plans, energetic in his 'I ult. from Madrid]
: actions, tnd announcing the complete J SECOND RCGIHENT U. S. DRAGOONS half' ; the dough was kneaded and the cakes firm
impetuous ii the
TCORPIAN..UEL&OOIBIBa should combine the battle.: He defeat of the Carlist Army, consisting, (,f 11- I We learn with great pleasure that the recruiting ed in .two minutes. The whole consents of the it i

with thu prudent policy ofa Fahius 000 men under the command of Gen! Gomezby ) service for this corps, lestablished in this twelve bundles were placed in a kitchen range

",- \.ilL: i desperate daring ofa Leonidas. when ( the Queen's General Ahix,) with tho loss city, under the charge of our esteemed fellow and came out thoroughly baked in four minutes

URDAY, NOVEMBER 12. the emergency of the case [may require it.- of several hundred killed I and Ooo pr ::t'ncrs. citizen, William W. Tompkins, one of the I making in the whole, ten minutes. The cakes I l j.

He should he high minded and honorable in The engagement took place on the 21st lately in were distributed round, and they only wanted the
appointed said have
OLE \\'. .-Our latest intelligence from an eminent degree. lIe should possess the Sept. but the name of the place is not been captains regiment aid of a cooler, and a few pounds of Goshen butter .
) given. eminently successfull. T. has
5,1Il Capt. have
been
to swallowed in
most another minute
favorable character powerful influence ,
of a more and connexions he We ..
lofwaris : also learn from Townsend
Capt that till
completed the enlistment
st and organization of without the aid mastigathn. :
Iht encountering difficulties, should I>e a man of such character and ,
d after many populanly above news was confirmed by an extra Cour' the company to be under his own immediatecommand i"'
Gen. cceedcJ establishing)) a depot ol( provi- that the galant! and chivalric of icr from
Madrid
in 1 clime every who arrivcd"a few hours before and has already brought; them intoa NATCHEZ, OCT. 14. COTTON.-There I.
: Graham, on Withlacoochee, nnd of every country would be proud to the Empress sailed. Great in has been sad .
Cam;? rejoicings high stale of discipline. The} company is : ; work this fall in our staple"com- : <

8918 lifsabovc I the Bl'ick House, and about eight rally We around his banner. Malaga on acconnt oldie victory. stalioned at present at Fort Columbus, Governors modity. What the rain had left the early 0 t \\00 "

Ifll5!tie!, COVE. Two steamboats arc on t 1. would most respectfully: does Texas I Island. We are informed by those frost has completed. During the last week K I IV :
this .
; .at lime
tk:rot3r.s ()which ample supplies' of provisions possess such a man ? REVOLUTION IX PORTUGAL: who have seen the corps, that it is composedof we had some weather which would not have ,

r. have, been transported to the very seat Far be it from us to detract, in the least; :: Lisbon, Sept. 12.-The constitution of 18- the finest set of young men, many being .i been out of place in December-indeed, the 4
llla17e *
.n communication. has been opened with possible manner from the well earned honorsof 12 is readfptcdud the Ministry changed.- well educated and connected. Our citizens : very first day of the month was ushered in :-

*1\1r.-rtDrlOe.-The diflerent divisions of the army I any of our eflieers., And we would here The following compose the new cabinet : will h have an opportunity of seeing them somewhere : with this unexpected accompaniment;

f concentrating: around the strong holds nf"m take an opportunity to avow that to Brigadier Condo do Luminrfs, Minister of War and about the 20ih iust. when capt. T. purposes I we understand that a destructive frost has '

,rrr -GO". Call writes, that the friendly General Thomas J. tusk, the presciit com- President of the Council. Manoel do Silva ,r i ( to parade his men as an infantry com ; spread far and wide over this state and Louis- ./ : :

:. ,;\'. active and useful!-and that he has mandmg olh'cer, Texas owes a debt of lasting Pushes, Minister of the Irtcrior. .:\Ianocln- I; pany. Tho !battalion is not to be mounted, I ana. It efiecls in Tennessee must have keen : '
I II
1jM were lliewartl1 I a speedy termma- able gratitude, which she may probably never be lonio Lopez Yi;.-ira de Castro, Minister of .I until its arrival at the South, hcre it w destined equally bad or worse. '

!Ii ipC S o rings congratulate themselves to pay.Generals. Ecclesiastical: Aflairs. Viscount do Su Ban-1 shortly to go for sen'ice.-N. S. MACON, Nov. 3. COTTON.-We continue 0 '

:$". Our citizens may which I : fi"I airs have recent- Gieen and Felix Huston Iso deserves derta, Miniver of Foreign Mlairs. Antonia: !. Cap, T. is also superintending the recruiting our quotations of last week; fair to good 0 ,-t"
aspect
,,5he I favorable On l" till' day "'IS 's expected that theII'SS and 011r just commendation for( the ardent Ccsar do Fasronecllos Conia, Minister of!I! another company for the same rt'gimnt, 16 a 16 8-4 ; prime 17. Transactions:: have

.umcd disinterested; zeal with .vhieh they have the :Nan-. one half of which i is already fil'cd.' We trust been limited the last week.MARINEJLIST. ;

aID: will be prepared to .k.decisive blow.Capt evinced j ill, Our cause. Their services"entitle The following i i.s a translation of the proclamation that we shall have a good account of this re- :' _' __ ; J
'
FMi<*r, with his company of nounted1oh1tccr' them to the highest consideration : and allho' : imentj, during: lhe approaching fall, in Florida w'

) arrived in town last evening from Ft. mgratitude has been charged against all re DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. [Tunes 0 ;
!: : publicsve trust that Texas will prove to be In accoidarice with representations, that :
I
served out honorably their
D !lc. TIIt'lla\'p.: ) a rare exception have recently been made t to me by a great SLAVE CASE. TORT OF ST. MARKS 4 J
im 'months, at a time when: \>urfronIf. .
of six of We believe we !hazard nothing in expressing number of citizen?, and induced by other demonstrations BOSTON, Oct. 22.-Last cveiing application ': '1
to the depredations a ARK!\ BU.
ltr was: expired conviction that the good of the country is of the national will in; favor: of the ; was made to the sheriff for a writ of habeas 0 .
J are entitled 1 : to the t gratitudecitizens. Nov. Schr. La Washington, Swaim, f -t
pcagf{ focn.v:111 the moving:; principal with these throe oflic'cr{ *, restoration of time poliiical: constitution of'the ) : corpus to take the body ofa female slave,
N. Y. mdz to sundries.
i."ur _ and that they would most cheerfully unite in kingdom, of the 23d September, 1S22, with I who was supposed to have arrived in a vessel Schr Baker fin :N. O. mdz #

Vtw! JF.KSET.-On Tuesday the 25th) Oct., the suslainining! and supporting the cumn.ander-iu-! such modifications as circumstances require : ., from the South, and which was then lying in ries.Washington, i

VfV; Jcrscv Legislature:; assembled in Trenton, chief whom the government might think proper 1 1 freely declare, that the said constitution is I 1 the stream. Mr. Hugguford, who was engaged tols11n Steamer Merchant, Baker, fin Tampa, for ': ,.'J

elected a Van Hiiren member, Jt-piha Munn, to appoint.[ in full forco, and direct that the General Cor at the lime, referred the applicant laS. D. : .4

Morris 2" County) Vice President l by a vote of 7 If then amongst ourselves the man: who i i.s tcs= of the POI tugucse nation sinbo\\ immediately i Coolcridgi, thc newly appointed sheriff Thai troops.Brig Nimble, Terrell, fm Baltimore, mdz "t'

l W6-one wing member being absent-and James .i rXACTL'Q.U.I.IFI ED IN EVERY RESPECT CalL convened: } ; the members of which, besides .! :gentleman promptly complied with the request to sundries.-lassengcrs. '1'. II. BettonEsq. :- j

n WesJoHt clerk. In the HOUM of Assembly, not be found, our eyes would naturally loin the ordinary powers they possess, shah !r t, and proceeded as in duly bound t;) Lady and Family, Mrs. Wellford. Mrs. Chandler -:
chosen! Speaker and to the United States, for the purpose of selecting be irivcsteJ with power to make: those modifications servo the writ. The negroes who had beeir :
"Ijmas' : G. Haight, was : I i Mrs. Comarton, Misses Dorsey, and
such sn individual.: To that \\-e in the Constitution they think made with the afluir had
Potts clcrk-l'Otli' Van Uuren.l country I may !t acquainted assembled Sterrett. ". :
Jo-rJh( have always looked with an anxious in \ 0 in the wharf when the sheriff .
introduced and passed eye proper. i I a body upon fin in
bill l was immediately 9 Brig Aldebercnto, Davis, Tampa,
the time of I I the hour of peril, and from the citizens of that The Minister! and Secretary of State of i, arrived. A boat was manned, and the officer I I ":
iill its : fixing choosingof ballast.
stages "
":'IIuI,1I) ; i country we have uniformly: received the warm- the Department\ of the Interior, ad interim, I with some others proceeded to the vessel. '' '
of PrtsiJc-nt and Vice 1'reaident on the 1. 10 Left, Steamer Merchant, Baker, with a !
$ est support, without which it would have been j will carry this decreo into execution, and take l' \

unrJ Tuewlay \VednesdayofNov.next. inj.cadfthe absolutely impracticable lo have sustained prompt measuics to receive: my oath to the I I The female, who had retired to rest, was company. Ala._Volunteers._ :. i iI

) time fixed by !aw in that state, ourselves; as a nation. I Constitution: and for the meeting of the Cor- awakened, und made acquainted with the nature I ,- ; --w -COUR'I I :'
MIDDLE) 15'1. LEON SUl't.UiOR
-- In that country are to be found many, very tes. I of the .vrit-that: it would procure her
BANK Dn'JPED.Tllc Savannahwys SiLis S. Tafi: i Il1trcsI.s[ till tiLe! tae upon p-om- :
IhSDso lI: : many officers who posses in an eminent de-I uGi\'( n in the palace- do Ncccssitlades on immediate freedom. But to their astonishment I vs '> scs. Su'mti''iH ..III! r,.;:>. for $'2OO(). '

GMITjln -*' as an evidence ol' the bound greo, the} qualifications required. From :& the 10th September, [IS3G. she refused to leave the vessel, or to Unfits l Fletrlter; )'Attachment r Ir $:IH.; Issued'-Nov. ;

(.llldllillll vI our IJatiking Institutions j i-nerally, country we are inclined t.) believe, we can call I u filE) QUEiX." place herself under their prutL.'ctlOD.-stHtill I Ii SJi, K-JJ. Returnable\ lo m-xt tcim of said Court. i
Dd'emlaiit! and all others interested,
,
!<>f the!: li.Jiik of I ire SIlC t of Georgia, I in our I EVEKV WAY compeleni to control the destinies the 2ilh ult. and \\itltatlrid: papers to the of lhe Aiiican, lhat she had a husband at dtlaclunent and are required} to aj' "ear and plead to .. t '

tunntis." JulJiii'iu i i to Jts usual: I vided 1 of four i of our army ; of one hose thrilling; war ISlh of the same mouth. The latter contain : homo, and would rather return to him in slavery the detlacatioa filed iu said case accnru'in to the stat- '

m-iiiths to I would be heard from further details of the circumstances which led !live ute in such east made and provided. t
lurslorMX equal: eight per cent. cry the Atlantic to the than iu a strange"land FREE. Th; J.D.WEiTCOTTJr. ", ;\

:annum, a I bonus of:six dollars I per share out Sabine and whose banner would scarcely be to the pioclamation of a new constitution at applicant for thc writ, finding Jhat no persuasion CHAS. :;1 llLEY, 4

?,,1.t! surplus fund! has been awarded to the! I unfmled before thousands of the brave hearts I ';bon. It appears; that for 'some time previous -I would inuucc her to change her determination Atl'ysicrPllfi. .,

norUntderK.Tiie( [ I would flock round his standard, and thus ein-: a general dissatisfaction wa evinced by left her to her fate. [Journal. D.tedov.. 9 133C. 14tt' !.. 1

block of, this. Bank, and of all the banks intscily b'o Texas to dictate terms of peace to Mexico the people! of that city against the :Minister I I MIDDLE DlST.-LEO SUPERIOR COURT: ,... t t.

is: coiiMifenibly i { ABOVE par. la our tie \t; we will give the name of Freiro, and that on the arrival there, on the I CORONATION OF THE EMPEROR OF A1jST B.-A Cliristiaa F. Duerr ) In trespass on the ease upon :'- ''t f 0

the distinguished individual upon whom ollre'e !9th of September, of some oppoMtion deputies letter t 1n.ti Prague, published! it,' the Journal I des 1 vs \ promise". Sumrnon'j ad res. f>r : : 0

CilY (':Washington, Oct. 2S, 1S3C. is fixed ; arid endeavor to :ho\v: conclusively from the provinces of the Uouro and) Upper I I)t'bat trives: the t loliowinc description! of the John Dunn ) $351). ) .Attachment, fjr ?1St). hsudNsv.4th .
Ia3i(> Returnable nexr term ofs.ijJ
CerClIIIII"rlhe which to take
r..mw iV lloeime was yesterday presented by the immense benefits which would rc.. Beira, this tli:5.-;dis.-utisf'acti-n!:: ; :;; rnanifcc'lcd, by (zum unati''ti was I Court. | .
place! on :he 7th of September. The Archbishophas .,
: Actnij( Secretary: of State to the I'residL'nt, to suit l from his appointment. the demonstrations of joy with which these 1 the n<;!hi of auiioiming't I and of crowning the 'rUg DelcntJant! and all others interested, are here .

1 Imni lit' tlc'iuTcd Ills credentials as Minister re'UltII1HS u That the independence of Texns ought to deputies .u ere received J, the T.igus was covered : hill He addresses) lii.it in Latin wilh the lol- I. III.r.licl! of the institution of said sun by attachnicntMnd ;", f
are quired to and plead to the declaration q
... l'rus Jjn: Majesty near the United with boats filled with! people, and on : apprar
: I'Uviiiij questionsnil/ be J faithful to the holy -
be acknowledged by the United Slates, you 1 fil-id in j.ai-1 case according to the statute in .,
Sales., : I tkeir accompanied: by an i ? Will and thekingdom
whenever satisfactory information: shall he lauding they were religion you invtrn protect such case made! and provided.
immense crowd to their lod) in s, according to the |prillciples[ of justice J. I n. WESTCOTT.Jr.

A LADY CLOTHED IN AMEHICAN SILK -At the received that it has in I successful operation At iiight the -battalion;, of the Nationo: I and your kt.tbcrnTo- which the Kin!r replies. CHAS.S. i'lliLEY, t '.

A::ioiittira! Kxiiil. iii ,
M Iii. Mrs. Kiinhjl! ol Hopkintoii, New Hamp) the duties, and fulfilling i the obligations I : of I of the line and proclaimed the cnrml li-itil between t the hands of the Archbishop. The unction Dat. d Nov. 1;;:t 3. I4tfUBLIC ,. ...

..lre.\\"ilsprt.'Sl'lIt, robed in rich and durable: silk an independent power," llcsolntions of, I is llien (performed on the t right a rr.!. Oil the APALACHI- .. iT i-\
lion uf 1822 A sent SAbEO' LOTS AT ;
by
deputation was
-.:'IH.T own izi.i n ufi(::1 tI re. She raised the silk the Congress of the U. S. July 4th. i I wo shi'uiilers, and on the hrea*.r. After the unction P \-Thc Trustees of the f fpiovjd
undersigned Apal.tchicula -
V"riiK!, rt'tleil, t\vi: condition t
The implied concessionalannouncement ;
kud far:, aught ili.it is Known ui the contrary, made the Constitution of 1822, and dismiss herministers. I Kuu: the sword of Venresta, : puts the sceptre their se-inivl s ali> on.its in tiie city of ApalachtcAatII -. _,
tile garment with her own 1m lids. of the I United States, upon This was immediately, conceded, I iu ills riirht baud, ami in his left the imperial; I % take pla''C there on the second 'ru.sdty of January ,

which an unequivocal guarrantee of the recognition and the Count dc Lame-ares and Viscount Si: I[ globe.: Alter this ceremony, the slates take the next boinjjlhe! 1 10th day of s.tid month,under the .

There ii now a grcat pressure in the money of Independence I i is ceded t() Texas, da BancV.iro, weic directed to form a new min 1 ,)::1lh.-A I Te Deum is:' sung, ar.d tile sllle! nr.il:: i* ilirrction of iru- Irectorsofsad Company.: t-.o' 0
the most thrillinu anxiety in the ,''elided l by a :grand royal banquet. On I ibis (lccaI 'J hey will also! olFcr f.r *ale-at the same time arch ;: .
tnaikct:: in Xfu i Yoik failures are becoming must engender istry. No excesses: it is said, were committed I! S'I.MI j are cret ted il.i"lals! of the! onlcr of Veuce&as! p'ace. all tl.etne: : or I parcel: oftk\n l within the Inni:ji.f >

quite: common, among the merchants ; and distress bosom! of every mnn, to promote the "consumation" except tho breaking the windows of the j with ihe :)\\111',1 l of that!: hero, in the same mannerj Ft.p'oc's! prrciKi$e, lying! between the rivers Ock- \,, I .
of ui ohjiicl "so devoutly to he wished of the Duke de 1'almeila. I made iockony nud Litb Ui\er, (excepting tract of about _
palace llie: coronations in Hungary are
It
and mi.-cr is predicted to hl lid the lap j as : dis.oseJ! of. 'hesa.iJ tract :-
) for The: first efiorts of the first Cotigie.ss I' knights of the goMcn spur, with the sword of St. t 100U a..e aliea 'y ; ) sup- .. lo
tic/Ii'/ ,, cI"*SI'S. \N e subjoin parngmph from I harmonise the \ pord to contain! 12,000" acres mwe or less. t
:! w n '-r of Texas, now slruggling to FIRE AT Cl CJ\ .\TTI-It becomes our ; Stephen.Extnct I The terms of sale: will! be nne fourth cash: or ap- .
the "Tratwcnjil.) hitherto discordant c-l elements: of society into !; ----- and the baUnce I 2 md
i j painful duty, says the Cincinnati: Whig! of draf ;It(GO days, in "..
N f.W YORK, Oct 24. one social system of civil go\'ernmcllt-to or- the that the ota letter Washington from I :3 \earin: c:qnal payments, with interest; and when I"
Oct. 21 to announce to public
I'JIK :\14I, MARKET.. ganise by the patient Lan acute examination! j n gentlt man! who left Tumi/ico[ on the 15th of S tltt! parmeiiti aro niadc to the trustees, a clear ti'Ja .
splendid Theatre on third street, in this city, September! last. will t b; iven by I lhm to the purchasers.LithogtaphiR 0..
multifarious
Corning {;Vttit." it i is said, "cast their of its various committees, the be obtained at the office of I
I the : inly
mexican to Spanish : maps
that their attention! each ?oh.I belonging to James II. Cald'.vcII, Esq. (Jf N. The ports are now open York. bndat the of-: .
:
shadows before; and, if we may judge from jccU cro011 flag and the government of Mexico has des: ths Trtl llt's. in the city of New f '
'
it CXIr.orljnav! excilcmenthtch prevailed I its vast impoitarice( ) appearing to claim precedence \ Orleans, is burnt to the gro und It took fire p:1tche'Cnmmisinncrs\ to Cuba, for the puijx.seot'rahittg rice .-ftlic Diioclors:: at AppalacLkola.New .
October l I8JGLOUISIcLANE( "
among the Wall street speculators and bro-; of the other, will become subjects of tlis morning, about half [past 8 o'clock, by I a naval armament to cruise against the York, .

ker. on Saturday the rasbes which we have philosophic j ietiosspeciion to the present actors I the cailcssncss; of the person who had charge TexianJT It is probable that men embarked; in CHARLES AUG. DAVIS, i';.

predict d as abdut! to take place-both among i in the scene, no less honorable and pleasing of the lamps: lie was engaged in trimtii.ig \ this warfare, would, or will return to port without JOSLTHM. WHITETrustees. I, .
.
The Texians have no corn- .
?
'' than those deeds that have al. i j prize money
r.king institutions merchantile fims-- in icflfotion, and uhile h
them on the stage, going to warm 1. merre 10 ratify their enemies with, and all their Oct 22J 14 list Jan. ; ,-
Wool fi.lrdistJlt"c have heard of three rcudy consecrated the heroism of their past another of the !
: hi< hands by the stove in part srnicd vessels wouU not equal one decent prire.

w four extensive failures already, and, if re- lives on the many well fought;! fields of battle. I: building l left a lighted candle standing by a Therefore: (: it behooves the commerce of these NOTICE. I.

P ort La trlu', two other houses, heretofore con- I A timid mind may shrink from the lask-an ,, bottle of turpentine he was using, which, (' >ring seas lo be well potecled! against piratical move .DURING my absence ,

'lered of first rate standing. will! stop pay- indifferent one turn away with apathy-but : his ausenceiook: 1 fire and burst, spreading ments.-Scvcial pri\'atellIcrs: frojn the interior from the Territory Isaac Ferguson, ,:'." S.

ment. This is au alarming slate of things, surely the men wl'ose bosoms! have been the burning turpentine over the scenery. In Mexico were .-!iOVu to me at Tampico, from and James Raysurwillac: as my atJ.C.ECCLliS ,,.

nd if some remedy be nt speedily aflforded bared lo the aggressions of the invader, from few seconds the whole interior of the build which the sentiment*, appears to be universalI torneys. i
:
I a will be declared I 14 3ms I
the Mexicans that war Nov. 3d 193C. r I'
in of I
-by a liberal distribution whoso brave compatriots arms rivers such the extraor- I among
of
the and was
surplus rc'e.nJe I log: i\as in flames, I against the United States, in the event of their &
: or blood have flown in defence of the country. that mahout I : ; 'rR.t\Y.
by other aid from the general gO\'f'rn- dinary rapidity of their progress, recognition Texian independence; E
insolvency lunUruptcy and ruin, will will not stiller their patience to exhaust that :: fifteen or twenty minutes. ho whole building I CAME: to my plantation about the

"ecomc gcnernl atiiig. our men of business ; enemy; so necessary to the attainment (if f a i was destroyed, together with all its contents, I II I NEW YORK, Oct. 22. middle of Sept. a small black have mare t
by i
the can
knd abject misery and want thereby be entail- civil government [lin successful operalion. i! including a large quantity valuable and magnificent j STEAM COMMUNICATION WITH Eri LAriD-"NN e d mule proving, which propert Jand owner paying for lln* .:_

ed 1.11)01 the honest and indu.striou clascs, It may be Uue that the legislative machinery \ scenery, and a quantity of theatrical ; arc told that a new steam engine has been invented advertisement. p

"depend upon them fur fiuppoit." moves slowly at present, because it has not I dresscs-tho latter mostly belonging to the in Ihis-state, which will require only onesixthas the ED'VARDFOOTMAN. '
election contests impede I much coal as those now in use, and at Nov. 12. 1836. Htf L .t
--- been in use-that may difieitnt actors. An intelligent _ _ _ _ _ _ f. :
From its organic harmony; but these objections I Mr. Caldwcll cannot be los.we .-:>, same lime possess cqual power. I I '
I the Texas Telegraph, Oct. 12. The loss of friend, who has: some knowledge of this inven- NEGROES NEGROES
beveral intcres'J' -
ounaay f' nornmg, the 9th inst. Major General vanish daily and.the drafts afford the imaome.-0--- thai from thirty to forty- thousand i lion, t-xpressess his entire confidence. in its success., Lots Negroes '! f

Sam. Houston, the President elect of our ing bills, now before the house, dollars 1 as il believed there was no insurance Should! the result equal his expectations, the oniyremaining !, the 15th' 0 t: '
vrjll have in town by .
that subscriber
I prospective evidence, is known to tho of serious nature, to steam
satisfactory obstacle
Republic most whatever least nono a THE
and suite, arrived in this town. will lival nt and other transatlantic ; inst. FOR SALE(I)( i7I3aI2GIBSdconiprisiug ( e
the assemblies of Texas who is Mr. Caldwehl'sagent. communihation with England
According to the result of the general elecon. legislative editor of this [paper, removed. But I all descriptions airu ajces.He .
Major General the legislatures of cvery stale in the Union- It is possible however, that Mr. C. countries countries will be will also have from 30 to 40 in Mor.ticello about
Samuel Houston is elec- have nearlyto
arrived at
ted and that the banner of its civil administration have insured the building in New Orleans : be this as it may, we very the 20th inst. T.lt. McCLlNTOCK.' 0
Atlantic
President of the -
of the republiC of Texas by may when the
a the point of time crossing Nov. 12 1836. 14tf
thc ol Washington the Tallahassee
Temple comtmmicaled to
will over
wgemajority! : nnd M. B. Lamar, Vice Pre- stream months The fire was soon bv steam will be undertaken as a regular
aident The Votes for annexation to the U. I City, by annexation, before three building cast of thc Theatre, belonging: to business" The year 1837 will witness the attempt Cotton Gins.gaiX .

S. and for the constitution as it is, were have expired-one short: week has elapsed, Mr James Mclntiru and Mr. Jordan, the former Steam ships for this purpose are now buildmg in ( Iron framed cotton gins from Brakilree man- .

most un cimous. ai-I and there! arc now in course of prog-ess bills of which was destroyed, and the other New York, Liverpool and Bristol. The raising JSufactory company expected daily at Si. Marks,

Our 1 on the revenue, post office, war and navy departments much injured. One or two small buildings of the stern frame of the last mentioned vessel, m the Brig Lavina for sale at M actoiyspnce.! ;

distinguished fellow citizen Samuel protection of the frontier, organization very to Mr. On, on the west, likewise was deemed an event of so great importance ;n R.BET'l'ON. ..

Houston. having f't been called to the chief mag- of a judiciary, and general defence of! :: belonging Bristol, that it was greeted by salutes of artillery, Not 12 183S.Administrator's. J4te

piracy: of the.Dation, byjan overwhelming : much injured.The anti three times three cheers from ihe multitude Notice.
niat What more could the Congress lower market St., 1
the Market House, on than that
Jonty ot' conntry. of he ,oders.: Her keel is to be lenger Court
the County
people' it will become in the Gidsden
Term
necessary jtselfhavc effected the next July
United Stales tire in different places, hitherto builtin 4. T
t to fill the of the was several times on of steam vessel or ship of war accounts and vouchers, aaadminiitraton
the vacancy of commandcr-in-chief of same time<<:-and although the Webslers, prcs- but was luckily saved by thc indefatigable exertions allY the United kingdom, and she: is to be driven ./)\. we will on present the estate cur ofCuUin Edwards, E en.dccelsed.lo .

The army, at the earliest possible period. tons and Clays of the infant Republic are not of'the firemen: by :a power equal to that of 400 horses. At the the Hon. Judge ot said Court, and prayto

former incumbent of that olflce has known-the embryotic genius of much to The row of largo brick buildings on the Bristol dinimeron} the occasion just alluded to, Mr. be discharged therefrom. .

hono5 too, for himself nnd his country. imperishable yet be developed, has already shed a few scintillations south side of lower market street, were in imminent Gappy said "We contemplate York that the between intercourse Una JOHN CULLEN EDWARDS EDWARDS, Jr.Administrators.. p
; his name is destined to be handed of the saved. between this port and New .
questions
sliring where also fortunately :
down on some spirit peril, but America by this vessel, and by
to posterity, through the pages of hislo- House. It is to bo hoped the time is not far So great was their danger, as if in reality they others Kingdom belonglng'to and the,company, will be conducted Nov. 12 1838- 146mAdministrator's
ViUooeofihe greatest of men ; and the of tho ira, -
"onurnent distant when the early practice principle were on lire. io a manner never until the present time Notice.
of his fame which is to be found and orders of the the further in'
rules learned
contained in thc !: P. s.Ve have iust agined to be possible"DEsPATcIr.We of B.
trttted the estate
much ln the hearts f his countrymen, is 'House, will save much of the time that is telligeuce, that a MMartin- the carpenter ALL persons having claim*against hereby required to

lIe more lasting than the most solid brass now usefully-employed in learning, but certainly attached to the ihealiical company, is in all were yesterday, says the N.of them Murray duly aulhenticrted deceased, are withia the time prescribed -.
has
been called, by an almost um niW not in disputing, their import. probability buiied in the ruins. When last Y. Gazette, an eye witness to a specimen own present by law. Those indebted 'to ihe estate will
Inou. ftiien under our
vote, to hiGher which, had it not
and despatch,
immediate
moro responsible the staircase, in make payment.
pursuit please
< he was asce nding have been skeptical
seen should M.MURRAY,
we "
! sad immediate inspection,
we hope that his civil admipistia.ott : '
25. of some money he had in an upper room; It was the operation, at the 14-8w .
Oct
I. will be as successful( his NEW YORK. ; in believing. Nov. 12, 1336. 0
w$ been as military career IMPORTANT FROM the walls fell in a few moments afterwards, Fair of the American Institute, of reducing wheat

splendid and glorious. LATE AND and it is believed he was immolated. in siraw! to baked b-ead in TEN MINUTES. The -SU weeks after date 1 'han.apply to
.. D the appointment of a successor there may SPAIN.We not learned, was Seriously.injured was as follows : Twelve bundles of straw NOTICE the Judge of the County Court of Leon
o scILe indebted to Capt. Townsend, of the I Another man, name process the :which for Letters Administration on th.estai ,
difficulty because gaiden
in
ifictf ; the essential qua) are the falling of the South wall. were placed in a machine County, "
ons to make a good general are known I ship Empress. arrived yesterday morning from I by severe to Mr. came out thrashed in a minute .and a half; the of Joseph Simpson dcc. late of said county.LioNELFLTCUER..
to Call to left the 25tb ull, The loss is is not only very effected in a minute ; the
the
lot he on
of which was
few
He should I port winnowing-
Malaga, have
very men. also. We 144w
Cincinnati
oy.12i836(),
we1J) but to
A, Cal minute and a
*'c without interesting 'intelligence. and bOlting occupied a .
1 J : rashness,. prudent witboul, for the following grinding
*on on'the 25U:I I new IO} Thea.trQ
t" .. idcraie in council, EXPERIENCED HI despatch reserved, at.$. .alagn
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EG'AL 'ADVERTISEMENTS.ADMINI8TATORS .
*. T HE F LORIDIA N. *
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7 tf : NqTtCE.-Six months Western District of Florida, ) D
; iATURDA.Y FL.Il
PUBLIShED EVERY MORNIKO AT af-I TJlLL.'lll.l1SSEE. : .
,, my accounts and County of Jackson. ) I .fD
Four dollar* in advance-or Five in six month ers. 10 the Judge of the County court of Leon county, petition of Elizabeth Holland, widow of I (Nut door XorthDfF.Toiolt,Jeweler Monroe, si.) }'LOIUIA. .

M. II b No paper wiLl rliscontinued unless at the option of as Administrator on the estate of Thomas Heir deceased THE Holland deceased, late of said county,will HE would repectfully inform his friends and the pn-QULD re'pectfuly his -

%d* 0 the Editor bdorearrearagcftrePaid. and apply for a discharge. Those having be presented to the judge of Jackson county court at public, that he has just returned from the North! V T mer c he has ? rr!?*..1

)f ., 4 .. Aderthcmentawi1tbeconspiCU03IY, inserthdatse- I claims on said estate, are informed that a dividend has the next October term, praying that commissioners! be wiin a new and splendid assortment of GOODS in Nt.1 lorfrwnli a new and splenid? r t

: 44r I i for the first insertion, and been declared and are requested to come forward and a appointed to allot and set off her dower m the real his line. Feeling grateful for the liberal share of pal-I G OODS, which he is now at I 't

r. ; ti e Tenty-five cents per square! continuance. All ad. receive payment. T. R. BETTON. I and personal estate of her said deceased. husband.) ronage heretofore extended to him, lie hopes by strict I knowl stnrd cf R. B. & seldud
for each J.l.nULL(
tffiy cents subsequent
: until forbid or otherwise May 23 1830. 42 6ms I All persons are notified that the petition is filed In 1 attention, to merit continuance oldie same. I pied by the late H. A. t
-ertisements will be continued -.
I court. 1 and assortment 1J3111 Q .D uca those wh date will this office of the clerk of Jackson county .i? Large general ofconsisting \ purchase *
alter to
V* i ordered. NOTiCE-six l months we apply I R. H. M. DAVIDSON and QPl I of theBlueT /utl uwg : c all and examine his assortment cheap hU .
l1 4- .f The postage on all !ettersand communications to county court of Gadsden, for a *
i. *. .,i 1 : Ihe: Ediur must be paidor they will not receir alien discharge from the estate ot Simpson Wilson, dec'd., 49 A. S. WOODWARD, black, mixed, green, bottle do, invisible and part, of the following, 'iz'C'

, '" lion late of Said county. MARGARET WILSON, July i 16;, 1836 Att'y.of Petitioner. drake neck do. London and Golden Brown, Plumb, Blue, Black, Brown, Olive Green,

= .I'.:**'' t. :- _- 426m LEVI WILSON. I SUPERIOR COURT, MIDDLE DIST : FLORIDA I Adalade mulberry, concealed violet, and victorir.e r y, arid Mixed mm AIq DahM

rt I. '' .4 4-'NEGROES FOR 8 ALE.-The under. ">| 0'1'1 CE.-fix months &fterdate, I shall present i JEFFERSON COWNTT,-[fix CHANCKRT.J] ,' purple. Drab and brown Peiershnm, for over coats. B Black lack,Lavcncer Mixed, $.Jrnb < !
LAND
; ed being anxious; to devote his undivided J. 1 my accounts and vouchers as administrator of the Between Richard Lloyd Henry -} CASSIMERS. and Stcel.ruc 1tJ'.11
and
ac k attention to the Merchanule business, offers for sale estate of Samuel Maultsby deceased, to the judge of i I! Geek James Gibson,Complail1ants. I Corded, diagnal, buckskin, checked and printed of a.'new Market.: superb Artice, never c

.. Ihe following property._ the county court of Leon county, and pray to be discharged -. : the richest colors. I i Black J'ESTLVGSofcvery descn'X' 1:
: A Tract of Land containing 640 acres, half of whichis from the further administration thereof.I I 0mlLtilleberry Bill to perfect title &. I GOAT'S HAIR CAMBLETS of various colors, ingof and Blue Cloth superior BlirtT's

r ;4. cleared' situated one and a half miles north cast of 436m B. F. COLEMAN. I IT. Jones, Thcmas quiet possession to the I for Cloaks and Wrappers. !et, Fancy Figured! do", speimdi'J! Q Y

'r P;$ Marianni, and within a mile of the Chipola! River, In Gadsden County Superior Court. i .i. Strain, Thomas Prestonjr. N. i of S. 30, the S. I VESTINGS. :i ik, do., Merino. Valencia, Chlhce Jler

..' $.:;: : which is navigable for Barges at all seasoni of the May Term I 1636.-to wit : May 3d IS36. I William I). Jones,Jno D. Bibb W.' i and W. i of. S.anti Splendid English figured silk, figured silk Velvet, a new st'lcofEng1is:1: Fanc7Sikd! Mark

f.. ,.ft. .. I. year. The improvements consist of the necessary LITTLEBURY H. JONES, Mary 11. his wife.-The t E. i of same section,, I cloth Velvet, figured and painted ChaJes, intended for: ALSO, A LARGE ASSORT
.. ;
H. out; houses and a rood Gin House. T3 > Chancery. 'I heirs and legal representatives and N. W. land \A7. I parties, plain and figured Marsailles, Brocade Cluiltings JENTOP{

;- : Twenty-one NEGROES, among which are twelve DAVID THOMAS. I of Edmond Doye deceased, and 4 of N. E. 1 of sectIOn figured Wellings, <$-c. Buff Casamcres, lorkinett REAl) Y-JMADE

r i ; I t I',' "woi king hands. Ten head of MULES. 2500 bush. appears to the satisfaction of the court, that Da. the heirs ulcllegal representatives 31, T. IR.5.S.&E. expressly for parties, checked, striped und plain I Among which are the follow CLOTI

l..y :jls of CORN-all his stock of Cattle and Hogs, and a IT U Thomas does not reside in the United Stales II' of Martin Doyle deceased merino Casemcrcs, different colours, stocks of t:vcrydescription Blue, Blr.ck, Brown, Olive

r' L Let of Farming Utensils. but resides in thc province of Texas. It is thereforeon und Mary Doyle, and others, I Linen and colton shirts, bosoms and col- Mulbcrry, Green and Mixed abli1
: Ji' .!Iso his Land in CJadsdcn County, lying on the motion Defendants. j Steel mixed lrc3s' rockc.4
of complainant's solicitor ordered that publication i l lars, Gum Elaslic Suspenders, linen and buckskin I Over Coats,
: $. .II Aral chicola River, containing 420 acres, of which L be made (for the term of six months) agreeably UPON opening the matter this day at Chambers., Gloves, merino and silk Hoes, half do. lambs wool do. l Inec with merino .and silk?,er quilted:n Cnmbletfi.:
,t .. HA y acres are cleared.Purchasers to the in such & of Complainants by JUlES D. WEST W
statute case made and provided, plaid and plain silk Cravats, fancy Handkerchiefs ol c a superb article. SUICricI'Dlue tlronhout
may expect good bargans-and for that said David Thomas do and COTT, Jr. Solicitor and of Counsel for Complainants :
S respondent appear every dcscriptbn, Nctt Drawers and shirts, llannc!I ClttIQr Gentlemen. Black
( ," terms particulars, &c arc requested! to apply to the I It is Brow-
ordered said bill be filed and it
> IT plead answor or demur, to the complainant's bill filed I appearing by affiL und cotton flannel do, I Green, do, for PtieLLck O. ,
H eubsrriberat\larimna.!\ : JOHN R. CHAPMAN.Marianna herein davit that saic: Delcndanls above named, reside Lttics': and Dnb
before
yv.B the expiration of six months or the same Ready made clothillg.-Drcss and frock coats, pantaloons I andCiiisimeie aIb. Wackhxed
f. t. 4th October. 1836. 93mIlowand's will be taken confesso. A true from ihe of this Territory, and within the United States, it is silk Corded Bucksrndo. ]LUend
: I :: __ pro copy figured and phin velvet, vclentia, cloth' r Blue. Blackand milJ
further :ccl
ordered
minutes. 456n Attest J. R. HARRIS Cl'k. that said Defendants appear and answer -
silk, satin, plain and figured marseilles vests : goalshair tincll do do Itound Jackets.
i : : Tonic Mixture and Anti-Costive Pills.IN said bill on or before the 7th of II VESTS of all n '
Monday, day
II" In Gadsden County Court.-To July Term IbSti.) camblct cloaks <$ wrappers : India Rubber over lions, Blue ai.l. Back! Cloth, Black
of the November 182G otherwise the said bill shall be taken Silk and
numerous to ,
consequence attempts pd,
l\rcdi. WILLIAM NUNAN, ) coats, frock wr.'ppersaIlLlI'g ins : also, a lull 1 Velvets ofall Patterns > Figures !
: imitations of Rowand's valuable for confessed UuiM
spurious made hereof accordIng Silk.
: '. publication being & t
I Attachment. ot silk and fur hatscapi, elc. Ei lish riilk
vs > supply :
tlin striped, do Buff
? cines on the public-he has determined to confide the to law. Dated June 22d, 1836. Cbalic vT
JOHN PHAGAN. } His cloths were imported from the Western part of cm, .Merino I and all the
I t ,
: jsales exclusively to agents in different parts of the is hereby given of the institution of said I 46 ._]THOMAS RANDALL, Judge. England, and. he will warrant t'.cm' to be equal to any arc to be found aiminhig the 1M I ialest C patternjii:
: r.. country, from whom done the go-iiuinc articles can be NOTICE } :
attachment, made returnable to the abovementioned ADl\I1NISTRA TOnSNOTICE.NOTICE brought to this: market, he will also warrant them to :large ussortmenlef Fine Linen it
'4. 4 .4. .it- had, and to guard the more effectually against the impositions Shirts,
1 st 4g$ t, .I of unauthorised venders he has instructed term of said court. Tho defendant and I Is hereby given to all persons concerned, be fresh, as they were purchased immediately on the Flant.I'ilo do. Drawers, tocks, Glove WhitlR
; ;
u" riis agents In Boston, New York, and all other persons interested are required to appear and i the April Term, 1837, of Jackson County nriivalof the [packet from Liverpool, and consequent- kcrchictsBIork Silk CravatsGim Elastic Sa '

I 4 i \ Baltimore, to make no sales to merchants'Philadelphia and others of, plead to the declaration filed in the case. Court, I shall apply for a final discharge frcm the administration ly not injured by lying en hand. He has in l.is} em Silk, Cotton, and \Vor te" Hosiery GentleniMVp15!

t .. ..p ) any of the Medicines to be carried South for sale again.; R. II. M. DAVIDSON, Att'y. for Pl'fT. of the estates of Sarah and Hector Me- ployment the best of 1\"orkmer-md: he will make up Beaver 1.'J'S, Satin braver do, Youth's* Satin) JF tfl*!

Large quantities of a pernicious article in imitation of j.t July JO, 1836. 49 Neill, dcc. THOMAS B. WHITE, Adm'r work in the best manner and at the shortest notice. L ver do, J'u I" Ca-s, Umbrellas, and s

I ;CIP \ .:, the genuine Mixture\ have been manufactured by I ADMIN UATUK'S::) :SSALK.:> -Will be sold ut and adm'rx of said estates. All orders from the country punctually attended tf), which i i' needed (o a Gi-ntleman'soutfit.every I

r.,.. i pins S. Comstock & Co. of New York, and sent to LuC I Auction to the highest bidder on Saturday Marianna, 6ti) Sept. 1836 5-Cm(; __ Nov. 21 1 Q35, 15 : J. B.I H. would! also nct'y: th.u during the 1

-$ South for sals. The name Rowland insteadof Row- the 24th December next, at Carpenter's Store, ALL persons having Taxable.property in Madison. i mcr, lit has been epga: : fd in past Sum,

and, is on the bottles of the imitation. The genuine' Mickosuky, that valuable stand and plantation, coin who live out of the County, can haven opportunity REMEDY FOR RHEUMATISM. articles,designed i [)a rLcua: ry: r"nufacturinctheart

; ," nrticle may be had of the following persons, who are rising the W i of S E J of sec lOT, 2 north of range of pay ing the same by attending at the Planters Hotel THE excruciating pain-the decrepitude and defor, for chtapntss and durability! are not maec snrpaad;

tne only Agents this part of Florida and Georgia 3 east, containing SO acres. Terms made known on 'I\iUahasseeon\ the third Saturday in Sept. next. am1 the premature old age, which are the by any in this section ofrountry( ; ant as the work l

; r' E. Bal nard jr. &co. General Agent, Tallahassee, the day of sale. REUBEN MANNING, A. YOU IANS. Tax Collector. usual allendanls of the disorder, are suffered by ma been maL!* up[ under! his own inspection: he can .ill

, : William Kerr & Co., Thomasvillr, ELIZABETH GOLDEN Aug. 27. 183G(; :3-tf from despair of a cure, or disappointment in the eflVc. some t( ri-c of confidence, recommend: the ,
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t ,. :; i't James C. Ecclcs, Q.uincy, Nov. 5, 1836. 13 8wTT_Admr'sONOTICESix cy of the numerous pretended antidotes to eJJ ct tlili those \1.0Ish to purchase a first rate sanm

(r" ; Swaim, Lloyd, & C". St. Mnrks. Montns after date I shall exhibit MIDDLE 1'ltlC'1'-LEUi't: s>Ul'EU. COURT. purpose. But thone who have made a fair trial of would mecly \'-i I that his Cloths have Irlce purchsjdj Hs

L1' Thomas Alexander, Hiikstuwn, my accounts and vouchers and apply for a dischargeas I Nathaniel Weed, Harvy In tresprss on the case' DR. JEBB'S CELEBRATED LINIMENTs L imme.liauly from the Importer and are from tfofc.

4 Krfi:: Darius Williams &Co., Monticcllo, Administrator on thc estate of George Paylhrcss, ., Weed & Henry W. Barns ( upon promises. Sum'ns in cases of longstanding, and of the most s evcr( test
:. J. D. Carpenter, Mickasooky. to the Judge of the County Court for the county of: trading, $*c as N. & H. nd respondendum for S10 character, have received certain relief, and hav( : October 12. 1535._12-tf
The libtl of K. Barnard jr. ftco. willIe\, on all the Jackson. Weed & Co. (000) damages. many -
JOHN. C. PAYTIIRESS been cured in few in -
a days 24 hours
some !
as a num:
.., ,, bottles sold the above I) 8? IfiOJNTKH
pi : by agents.Tallahassee July 30, 1836-5 l-6.n : vs I I Attach't for $4560, is- her of persons in Boston and icinity, who were fcr I ;

:: July 7th, 1837. 48tf George Lanman. sued Oct., 18'J, return merly afflicted with Rheumatism have fully test! ] YJ tt 1 1,
tv : DARIUS WILLIAMS:: 4. In the superior Court:, J able to Nov. Term, 1836THE fied. Certificates are in the possession of very the ., >r. lluiiier ,IIC3tl'. lu: I. .er
1'roprietor
4 TWENTY DOLLARS REWARD. JOHN CRAIG, Middle District. Defendant ard all others interested, are proving the most thorough and surprising cures ''n :: sons oteither sex, if they taiulul/folluv[ 'ije,
merchants etc. } Jefferson County. notified of the institution of the said i very valuable plan and! copious Directions
'4: .. RAN AW AY from the subscriber the meansof this powerful LINIMENT in cases where IcUD.
vs suit, and of the issuing of said attachment, and pairing them, are enabled etieclnally! to
;, ,. 19th of Sept. a negro boy hy the name of) ROBERT VICKERY. i : to appear other approved applications had utterly fiiled.DUMFRIE'S :. CLitTALV DISLA5l eradicate
and
i t ? AMOS and plead to the declaration filed in said case: according lo restore
which
; $4h John.) ,(He] is he probably will change to flHHE defendants and all persons concerned archer to the statute in such case made and provit' .J EYE WATER with caiC, Sift}% and certunty. in a few d-lothe.
about
.1 .1 feet 10 inches in 15 years of age, about1 JSL by notified that a petition has been filed in the Dated Oct. 4, 1836 J. D. H'ESTCOTT, Jr For sore or inflamed Eyes, gives immediate ease an' ( QIF"The extensive sale and nnexampied5cca?,t|

.;.j rather inclines heIght, his under lip above calc in the clerk's office of said court praying CHAS. '. SH LEY. relief On recent sore eyes the effect is most aaluury. this Medicine, in this nnd other cities and ;
to rull ]priGc4
wh--n
l has a small his out talking, the forecloser of a mortgage, on a tract of land desig; ((9 3m) All's for Plt'fT's. .-Where the complaint has been of years standing, t towns throughout ihe L'liicm. for the l.mst fifteen year-.
_ srar on forehead .
; over one nated us the west half of the soJth west quarter of and in some exceeding bad cases,the most unexpected I during which it was Stlililcturily preparedbjrway Vr.

iiji .. Ins he left eyes he, he had on an osnaburg'shirt:; and pantaloons section 32, Uwnship three, range six, north and east.J. MIDDLE Dlb'1'1tICT-LEON SUP'R. COURT.;- and desirable relief; has been found in the use of thi; f incontes'ibly pro\e, that when used with the CI I LI
; isadaring artful villian.The above re- M'CANTS for Richard Griffin ) In eye water. alter other remedy had failed. '
.1' ward l will be att'y petitioners. trespass on the case upon pron."S .- every 1'1:1f1)) JKC11ON: POW ULRS, i: iffcrU a thoron-hnj
4 1 4 in Tallahassee given lor )She delivery ofhe boy to me July 30th 183C._510m ;Sises. summons ad respondendum r erso.ns who: : have used i it! pronounce it the best priaratiOn speedy cure of t that dieadful disorder:, denoiniDatdiLs

: )unt. or .secured iu any ALVAN jail so that Jf gel! Middle District of Florula.-Gadsden County <':uurt.- George Fsher. ) 8200 damages, ttach't for $101 I I for these complaints ihev have ever met with, I Scourge of the Human Race.

r i .,: S. Oct. 8, I83G. 9tf GREEN. IRA SANBURN, ) Returnable to Nov. Term 1836. specially in cases of s.oreness or inflamation of Ion g *?* Tlie PJ LL.are accompanied, whenthccssc
nf,6S vs > Attachment. defrndent and all others interested are here standing.! Price 23 cents a bottle. quire it, INJECTION(:
: _ _ _ THE \ POWDEK&udCIIKATC
_
notified of None are unless :
the institution
genuine
JOHN of the
: : PHAGAN, ) the said suit and 1 signed on outside ; these constitute a must powerful' meu'tcw
: ", NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given of the institution of this the issuing of said attachment, and to appexr and printed wrapper, by the sole proprietor, T. KIDDERimmediate applicable to the '\aril stages of this 1'rotcan dww
THE UNDERSIGNED plead to the declaration filed in said successor to the late Dr. \\*. '1'. '
: having purchased the entire attachment returnable to the next July[ case nccoiding lo Conway der. I'uland! plain dirt I :ctioiis, with a popular
-i .1 "? interest of Mr. Gideon Emory in the Merchim-[ Term of said court. The defendant and all other the statute in surh case made and provided. For gale at his Counting Room, over No 99Court ;| explaining the vuiious swuptnins) and the modes teal.t!
iF1 : tile e t establishment conducted Dated Oct. 4, Id36. J. WESTCOTT Jr.CHAS. street, near Concert Hall, Boston, and also his :
under the firm of Bet.i persons are required to appear and plead to the decla.ration by special I.eatineKl, accompany each box, M> that penKjniuj
I l i '" Ion & Emory in this place' notifies his friends and filed in this case. S SIBLEY. appointment bj DruggUt.S. either sex mar cure tht'mselves.

U:: customers, that be is now receiving a general assortment R. H. M. DAVIDSON, Att'y. of Pl'ff. 9 3m Alt's for Plff. :;:. BARNARD Jr. & Co. I (Price of the Pills $1 a box ; the. Injection Pow

,f. .. _of.Goods,selected. by himself with care in Bos- July 16. 1836 49 Tallahassee, March 13. 14 (No.. 3WAI. nilil IT >rnl<> ihO( centJ eaeh.\ e

p3 ..: '..: ., OVIJ nt reduced,t:W lurK llna llall1l11ore, and offers the same Middle District.. 1-'londa.-Gadsdcn County Court. MIDDLE DISTRICT-LEON SUPE'R COUT. P. DUVAL. who has returned Florida j (IEF 1'repnred fiorn the' original Recipe in MS-u
v'! at retail to
1 prices the Nathaniel ,
: 'r' at stand occupied by IRA Singletary } In trespass on the ithel late iJr. \V. '['. Cuntv
11 the late fiirm. LSOC' SANBURN, ) case uponvs to settle himself permanently,and R. C. ALLEN I by hU immediate S t:
: t. > promises-summons ad '! cessor, and the T. KIDDKK: ,
vs > Attachment. res- have associated themselves in the olProprictn.
Expected daily practice of
:'i. .i' :.J Liverpool, on consignment I per brig Harmony," direct from FRANCIS M. VINTRY, J George Fisher. ) pondcndum for 8500 damages the Law. They will keep an office at Tallahassee and I nhoiji they iiuv Le had at 1iis Counting Kooro. j ii,

$. ',p' : if' 1 30 tons hammered: IRON, :"J TOTICE is herby given of the institution of this Attach't $220 returnable to Nov. St. Joseph, and will practice in Superior:> courtsin, Chambers*>/No. Ui), next door to J. IDDER':

t. ft "1 30 Crates Earthern WARE JLll suit by attachment, returnable to the next July riTlHe Defendant Term, :1836. the counties ol LeonJeff rsonGadsden, Jackson, and Drug Store corner of Cuurt and HaIner t
.. :'; .1 j 180 pieces COTTON term of said court. The defendant and all other persons JL and all others interested arc Franklin and in the Court of Appeals. They near Concert hail Boston, and also by his appoia
BAGGING : pledge
!", : I q; -'' 10-20 sacks Liverpool ground SALT interested, are required to appear and plead to and of hereby the i notified of the institution of the said! suit, hemselves to give strict attention to nil business cnn ment, (together with all those other vatoaMe 'Iel
of .
Which he offers the declaration filed in the case. issuing said attachment, and to appear tided to their WM. P. cines, as liv tlelate Dr. Cos WAT,) I by
: at DUVAL.
; wholsale and management.
:
j --, ,, : .I; JSew York prices. to Merchants, at or nea R. H. M. DAVIDSON, Att'y. for Pl'ft. plead the to declaration fied! in said case, accord- R. C. ALLLN- lrIaet: B.AR.N.RD J..r. & Co. (>I.G)
; ing to statute in
such .
case made and
16 .
Cotton July 1836 provided, URCCCIST.Talahn
4. purchased 49 February 13th 1836. 27tfaTO
as u na 1. Dated Oct ,
4ih 183C.1
i. J. D.
; H'EST&OTT, Jr. ee, Jure 2? 1F3:. 30t
>
1 ; H TURBUTT R. BETTON months after date, the undersigned adminis- (
; i: SIX CHAS. S. SIBLEY. MERCHANTS\ -
tIt.I ::1 _Tallahassee, Oct' 1, 1833. 8ifNOTICE. of the estate of Dr. Thomas J. Snowden, 9 3m AND TAVKllN TO THE AND CONSUMPTIVE:
: _ _ deceased will Att'sforPl'IL! S -'V offer the "Jackson Hall" ASTID1\TIG
to the Probate
: : : present court his : sale prevalent fatal of w 1
and
r. : accounts for final settlement are piepared to give imme- THE ro nIliseises
and for
apply a discharc. .
it ij MIDDLE DISTRICT -LEON SUPE'R COURT. possession of the "Hall". Adjoining to ci\ ilized society-the Consonip/ion
,
FIHEubscrjber respectfully: }informs the public3Tr EDWARD SEIXAS. Hanford Smith, 1 we have 3 stores, which are rented for the: generally je tr1 us the lea-'t Alarming! of di"reJ.n .

,t r-'J"'::: I ;r;i k that he will have the .iPa: iiEr' iai209 Aug.20, 1836. 2-6m Wm. Wright, in assumpsit, summons ad res year, tvro of which have fine cellars. The Hall present( is f' slight but neglected cvll By tiiuation. i it app

'! i" 4 4 lf iS thoroughly repaired and< fitted up lor A T the next January term of Gadsden county court Hanford Lyon & I pondendum for g40UO. Attachment two story, 64 feet long, and 36 broad, with six fire- that one hundred: ( ar.i l tiliy thou--and, Ierondlennlil.

I i..:....., .1 ij him the reception of those who are willing I will present my accounts and vouchers, aud pray IYrn. N. Clem, tra- \ for $850, issued October I places, all neatly painted and located in the centre of't )of the consumim pm inn lot of : .I

: ,, j .. ty the tenth of December next. He pledge* him. to be discharged from the administratorship of the ding as Smith, f 6th, I83C. Returnable to No- a handsome healthy and growing town, supported by may be attributed to common) cold, and a negligent

+i i':l: :I self that every attention shall be paid for the accom. :I estate of William Marr, deceased. Wnght, Lyon 0/ If vember Term, 1336. an extensive tack country on .the fertile borders of the treatment of the h-irrassing cough that generally enD t

'I( ',I OJ' iI-t.j Jdodation. and convenience of his patrons. Rock-Comforl, June 11. 446m W. O. KENAN. Co. vs I Chattahoochee, 65 miles below Columbus. which is usunll' followeJ by difficult breathing pall

J. \ f A. A. ISHER. months after date I shall to George Lanman J Terms to suit the purchaser. in the side, li-t Ulcerated Lungs. Video :ia.d.
the
apply Hon.
.: {: .:. ",' .: :- Tallahassee., Nov. 20th.. 1835. 15. if SIX Court Jackson County for Letters of f H'HE Defender t and all others interested are hereby PETER. L. JACKSON, Prorrielir. repeated Asthmatic attacKs aUo bring on Consnmptusymptoms .

:' .' 1 ;.i If : : subscriber- .- Dismission from the administration of the estate of notified of the institution of the said suit and Ft. Gaines, Aug. 20, 1S36. 2-tf I One or two dollars expended in tM purchase
NOTICE.-The i
I .{'. J has just .eceived and the late Richard L. Watson. All persons having of the issuing of said attachment, and to appear and ofDUMFRIES -
at the
A. opening aLore foimerly' occupiedby ciaims against said estate to appear and plead to the declaration COTTON PJLE
I J. .' Forml Duval, are again notified to present filed: in said BAGGING ROPE. REMEDV FOlt THE
.p :'" r GOODS, GROCERIES general, Hardn-\re assorfnlr.nt of DRY them without delay. SAMUELL SOLOMON, case, according to the statute in sueh case made und 200 pieces very best qualities BAGGING. I The .proprietor begs !leave to recommend (which h,

1"1; I which he wia sell low for t.1sh, Saddlery, &c. Marianna, Sept. 6th, 1836 5-6m adm'rIn I provided J. D. H'ESTCOTT, Jr. 100 Coils ROPE For Sale by RH., BERRY. does withthefullesl! confidence) one of the Dst !I &

I ; J' 1\' '. approved credit. Purchasers are country invited produce, or tha Superior Court of the County of Leon Mildl !- Dated Oct. C, 183G. CHAS. S. SIBLEY. Tallahassee, Sept 34 1S36. able remedies Known for this troublesome and Pai '(e

I I tr. :\-_ \ vxamiM forthemsctvetI. )v. J. HUT CHINS.tl) call and District of Florida. .. ALL's for PhiL complaint. Without going into detail, he deeJs I :

1 t 4jk .L. _.ra1tah see, October 1836 ll-tf: THOMAS BROWN, MIDDLE 'l1AKEN up in the eounty of Decatur, Geo. and nough to say, he has in his possession the mo.tl
fl against \ Complainant. DISTRICT-LEON SUPE'R COURT. in the Jail at Bainbridge, two negroes. donbted testimonial that it has more completely! a

RAIL-ROAD CHRISTOPHER C. WILLIAMS. J Job Chandler &1) In assumpsit, summons ad respon- Jim a man from appearanse about 40 years of age, sxveredthe purpose for which it is intended, tbsa smother
NOTICE.
___
mHE Stockholders the THE subpoena awarded in this case, not Aaron B. Mar- j I dendum for $30U0. Attachment for is amulatto, the whites of his eyes corresponding in popular medicine.'Umis .

.JL Company are hereby notified Tallahasie Railroad executed on the defendants, 'ViJli:1mViI having- via, trading us 1 579, issued October 6th, 1836.- appearance with his complexion has the brogue of remedy is perfectly innocent in its appl *f"- "
Chandler
per share is required and directed that Two dollar, hams, James J. Vickers, Sarah Vickers and John P. & Returnable to November Term., the negroes of thelow country being aboul5 feet in to all! conditions, ages and sexes. Full tiirfctio1
cub.criber to be paid to the Duval, and its Marvin. vs j J836. height. March, seems to be about 17 tZCk
each the of of the
00 share of their appearing to satisfaction of the Geo. years age, description complaint[ Ac. accompany
of Nov. stock on the 10th court that Lanman. jrTMrlE and is very black, 4 feet 10 inches in aDILlectuarv. .
next. day they are not inhabitants of this district height, has a packet, which consists of two bOIes. Ointment
By order of tLe board Directors. but live in the United States, the said William Wil-, JL Defendant all others interested are herc- small scar to the right of his left eye brow, above. : Price, $1 for the whole, or 50 cents 1

ll ClIAS hams, James J. Vickers, Sarah Vickers in the by notified of ihu institution of the said suit and This boy answers.the description of a boy advertised; ut one of the ntticiVs i is witniem!. _
state of the
ii I Oct 29, 1836. AUSTIN 12lf Secretar.y of Georgia, and John P. Duval in the stale of Ken issuing of said attachment, and to appear and by Alvin Green, in the Floridian, by the nan.e of -
plead to the declar.lLion Amos. The To those Corns.
tucky. It bordered, that the said GROCEJUES JUST pear and answer the complainant --- .v "'lJ- statute in udl case made and provided. Thomas Reynolds of Mickasookee, Florida. The celebrated affords tat

T Y the Brig Howell RECEIVED And that a copy of this order be published according to law! Dated Oct. 6, 18J6. J. D. WESTCOTT Jr owners of the said negroes are requested to come lor THE and at the same time dissolves and drln

)' JLP and choice assortment we have just received a large in some newspaper, published in the City forthwith of Talla., CHAS. S. :SIBLEY:> word, prove property, 'pay charge and take them. the Corn out by the roots. without the least paiD.

"e offer for sale GROCERIES, which hassee, for four months successively. By 9 3m Au's. for Pitt]'. away. CmatT I Fl CATE.-" To ihose afflicted with CorsoJ
on good terms order of his
f: I.; lOOlbl -viz ; Honour. THOMAS RANDALL JEREMIAH H. TAYLOR, Jailor. their feet, I do cenify, that I lmaveusedtlAauiAC0muPlaster
((1
: 0" N BaliimoreWhiakev E Ram JAMES S. LINK, Clerk. Judge. JOTICE.-AU' persona having claims against the Ocj. 12, 183G. lltf with complete success. Before I had nseac .

25 I 414m 1. estate of Dennis Colson, dec. are hereby rcqne- box it completely cured a Corn which had troaWea i

i 50 U Cham Country Gin A UNIBTRATOR'S NOTICE.-AI1 led to come forward and present them duly authenticalec !- NEW STORE for many : 1 make this public for the bene5IO
Cognac, Peach & Apple having demanda persons within the lime prescribed by law. Those PROVISION years
0 t 10 Casks Brandy against lho estate of Alfred in- AND GROCERY. those afihcted with thai painfuleoniplaint.::

20 bbls Old Malaga Monongahela Wine sent Wilkes them, late ofGadesden count7, are required to pre. tle.dcbled to the estate will pleast come forward and set THE; subscribers have united themselves under the Flushing, L. I. Feb.iid." WALSHAW.

Madeira Port. Whiskey duly authenticated within the time JOHN LANIER, admr, Peachy & Maner, for the purpose of establishing FR ICE, GO cents a boxED .
Sherry Wines. by law. or they 'Will prescribed Sept. 24, 1836. 7.8wExecutors in the I :" G0tsidprinted
be the
Old Irish \Vhiskey.YQJTaDtcd ndebted to forever barred : Those town of St. Marks, a Grocery and None arc genuinne ur.Iess signed on
: the
25 bbls MoUsses g nuipe. estate requested to make immediate Provision Store. Their buildings being large and : wrapper by the sole proprietor, T. ,

,. f 50 Baltimore payment. JOHN McMILLAN, .dm'r. Notice. commodious,they likewise propose attending to the immediate successor to the late Dr. W. T. Cos WAI.-
l superfine Flour, Quincy, Oct 10,1836. I0- f Receiving and Forwarding of Goods i For. sale Coa
15000 Ibs Baltimore and Cotton, to at his Counting Room, over tig
who
100 boxes Raisons cured Middlings and Hams, NOTICE-At the next March ALL persons ef Everet White have ol any Jefferson claims against the es which they pledge themselves lo pay such attention street, near Concert Hall, Boston, andalso by> b:

: : f 4 r 50 U Prunes on county shall present all the county conrtijie. to present them without county, are requested as will entitle them to a liberal share of patronage special appointment, by t No.4))
accounts and vouch. delay to n from the Merchants and
3000 Ibs best Loaf Sugar ers of the estate of Robert B. Oliver JOSEPH M. Planters of the Territory, and E. BAKNARD Jr. frCo DRCIST.
WH
100! final deceased for a E, neighboring counties of Georgia. Their goods will Tallahassee, Feb. &3 I 122d.. 30 tf GO ___
; { kegs water settlement and
Crackers for
a ___ .
f.! 30 boxes pray discharge.JAS. Executor. be sold low for cash or produce. A s they will endeav- _! -
: and kegs October 15, 1836. E. BARNARD CO.
Tobacco S lItf
: -40 aborted quality. LINN, tp keep on hand a constant supply of choice and inferior $
uv In: bags,__ _.l..aquira_. and Rio Coffee =:4.6m. .Ildm',. teil! Will annexed. qualities of Gioceries and Provisions of AVE received by recent arrivals a fresh supjofgenwne }

200C0 beat--a'r Spanish Whit.e Lud I'-01- -ICE.- -Six weeks after date I shall apply to .1.l\\JOTICE.-The subscriber having been qualified description, country Merchants and Planters will every find ? DRUGS 4 MEDICINES, nx>"

} 6 hhds Sewrs gt the Judge of the county court Gadsden coun- I Smith as administrator on the estate of the late Allen greatly to their interst tc call. Their Store is which have been selected for us. Among the numerous [

: t L 60 bags Buck Sugar ty for letters.of administration on the estate of Mai dec. Gadsden county gives notice for all open. JOHN BLAIR PEACHY now articles arc some superior Wines ard Brd1,
I
30 kegs Shot, com Blue, I late of said county, deceased. persons indebted to said estate to tome forward and WM. MANER. which have been :selected for use of the sicK. ,

40 boxes Duponta Sperm and Coochs' Powder I CAROLINE BLUE. pay said the same ; and those who have claims against St. Marks,Jan. 16lh. 1S36. 23-tf They hope by strict attention to business to m

U Candles October 29, 1836 126wADMINISTRATOR'S estate are requested to present them within the ft Hueal share of the n.ntrnnnu'e. which haS been ,

I JO 10 Tierces Smoked Herriugt. time prescribed by law duly authenticated, otherwise I GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE tofore extended to tIme establishment of V' & P

r $ 60 Boxes Brown Rice NOTICE. this notice will be plead in bar of recovery.WILLIAM DRY The subscriber having purernsed ef Mr., Perkins: (Oct._1st, 186 8 t()

50 doz: bottles Soap; fit IX mouths after date, I shall present NUNAN. George Lanman his entire stock of Gds in the NOTic; E. B.
:. 100 Porter and Cider. and vouchers for final settlement my acconnts Oct. 1st, 1836 8 8w of Tallahassee, offers them for sale city rnAKE I AH persons indebted to
best Cotton and apply to on accommodating either by note or account t
:: fiST -a the Hon. Judge of the terms. The prevou
100 Rope for a discharge from the County court of Leon County, JOTICE.-Sjx months after date, the subscribers articles and by assortment late arrivals embraces from a great variety of January 1st, 1836,arc requested to call stte t.
5 cases India Preserves Administratorship of the es- .1.1 will present their vouchels New-York, is now same, as il is that oil the accounts oE
4 10 tale of June Harley deceased. etc. to the county complete, planters and merchants necessary
barrels country invited
No. court of Gadsden Perkins be closed
1 Shad and as soon possible.
Lead county pray to be discharged to call and examine the a
&
Corn JOSEPH HARLEY. from the goods judge for themselves. Oct 1st. 8 tf E.BARNARD & CO.
n administratorship of (
Chocolate
Putty, beniJohn. Pepper Aaspi Oct. 29 1836. 12-6m Henry F. Y onge' 42 THOMAS 'I'ILLINGHAST. -
Preserved Currants JOHN
wds, Door Mau. : Walnuti Ginge- ,Tarn. "MJOT1CE-All peisonsbaving claims 48 W. MALONE COTTON COTTON COTTON!
Engluh against the T- J. !
Cinamon Turpentine KENAN. COTTON
JL COTTON .
.. Imperial J estate John Thomas, dec. late of Leon subscriber wishes to Cotton, $'
$cotch Sniff? bottles Cftingowder? Caster, Oil and Hyion Teas,- are hereby requested to come forwerd and County T IOTICE.-At the next January term of Qadsden THE Subscriber wil purchase Cotton and will THE give the highest prices. F. GERARDLMTallabesseeOct.
present ri .
Opodildock Yin- them county court, the give the highest market
ejar. Spanish Brown Lemon Sirup duly authenticated within the time prescribed the undersigned administrator on prices. He is daily receiving 15, 1836. 10 if
Copal Varnish estate of Wilhan
by law. D. Ham and is -
+c. &c. For tale low I Tho.ndebted to. the estate will son deceased will pre- now opening an assortment of -
G. H. &T. LUNIENBERQZRe by come forward and settfe with the subscriber. please sent estate his, and accounts to and be vouchers foi settlement with said. 'choice goods of the latest pa terns, suitable to the : WM. ,FHRT, Esq.of \Virtlnd. Jefferson.cou d'

&I1aha.aee,Oct. 29 1M 1 MARK .!. THOMAS pra/ discharged therefrom. seasons ort e year, -low fer cash duly authorised my basinetf
II-&( i B. MEACHAM approved credit -
October J,, 1838 lwTF Administer; of W. D. i or country "' A ing my absence (rein the Territory. .
Harmon FORMYDUVAL
Q.uincy, July 23, 183$. 60 Qet. I; 1836 Pruc. L.M.GOLDSBOEOUGBSept ;>

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