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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: August 19, 1837
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
weekly
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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
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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0b1ished every FLORIDIAN Saturday at FIVE Dollars per, : overhauled the Talent they took front her
!, uihi, the vear.Ur FOUR Dollars: ,If al
raid THE the saul\ and th ould
III, FMHCIIH A tirw rigging .j ,
r ill laranct': :%'T 1erted "t One Dollar per \ the clothes, watches, &c. of the officer*

j D'ElTJt"'t of lu-clve lines or less;, fc or the first inser- and every thing they took a liking to. Tbe

i.rt,1ndfiflY cen's for each subsequent insertion. chronometer wad hidddea by the cabp; boy
marked with the number of
isttnCnt5 nol W1I be continued until hrbid.rhirged "LAISSEZ NOUS FAIRE." 1 in a half barrel of rice and escaped their j.

Ilion!' It'qllirt'd lOT search although they eiamined every barrel -

tJltOr on business connected with bread. The Talent was then suffered
tht :
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,frtcra cs'abli5bmtDI 10 JDU'It be j'os1 paid.0dILLERt I I smarcras Oa CSttmILB1ra tpAILa! : :n QsmI h 'J1 Lt'Q Ua\ >9imr U CVg yie aThc 9 to proceed' without any erions outrage on

8tP. COURT, the ship's company although the mate re.j -
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\ J'JJs <. .
plaintiff, In assnirpsitSum'ons; : Ju.-t at .\ Doi.bs ." Ip""inJ th
;
u""fl
) tl" "Itlln. thecelebrated 'Then dou't go there.
f I brig for casting an inquisitive
for 8OO damages uti'itviiiuMs glance
,5. } ; Ii MY I belle-tho adroi'id of all admirers She looked at with
for ** 03 .i"sucdM v :!o.J. : WIFE'S HISTORY. of me momentary sur- twelve pounder -Phil. Gaz..
_...'*T drlendant. rei'c t" :.". Ttrm"iXJ7" : What angel of beauty was that, who smiled monoy, cn'.e sweeping into the prise, and then said, half bitterly, ;\V ould

jet<.niam, *nd all others interested, wil], i so sweetly arid so familiarly( on you from I roomShe. fl.ej i not design to notice Mrs.tlll you have me stay here?, NEW ORLEANS, August 2.
rv of'|IC ins'"u I0n of said suit| andltkesDIn >''jri. at Iir.t t but when her mother told 'Here! Caroline here.'' article is
ihe
j kt 1I0Ul't s'ld"TI'' at tacliment; this : : ,; of ; I I old :.fr this was Caroline, who would give her ," here then!? I know of no other home.' the schooner
lo with .
., and pca! >1 to the declaration! : fill.d in following Sweepstakes nnwoprnto my college fnend whom I v> I becoming more plentiful. By
fI'd; .'ca jr ir, :1( rdins to the S a u.e. in ui.h casefu THC off tlmr annual) meeting: in Dcccinj -I walking arm and arm along Mark**, 01::> I somr L-ssons. in music, as well as to take There was something so melancholy .I. Creole, arrived yesterday there was received

d trond'd) j\ ber, 1837.: .-having just met him alter sIret.I J chare; of the giuls, she rolleu her inrxpressive her lone that it iustatitlvceiiflrmned my resolution in this city, consigned to various per
';! ESTCOTT, J.. Att'y for Pli'ff.] 1'1. A iwcepstili; '' for tlu-rc, old rols and : an Bbsence ol J I
year ;
her and alter her L
and her
D. hand said dollars.The
,
throe eyes upon scanning taking earnestly of 40POO Mexican .
as happy
1. .'!.Itb. 1 C -7. 4fl-ttT: | fillies raised in } :orila. SuWnpti-n $100, forfeit i iI I years as a Voug ,.tnI, L clor.. sons, upwards
pa: Mar i Soft, one mil. }hit..S. To rinse the first of October, ; I love makes I 1 b..: serious;J ;; : from head to fot'ilh a halt"sneering air but Itndfrly- same vessel reports that three Mexican -

'Charles S. SibleyrS. "tiH name trie day! before tie rprc. I '01 jIIldt's' .' rermrkec! 'I will give you a home!! Conductas bad arrived at Tamico, t

Middle District o{rio. I 2J. A j.\v.-epsiaKes far any thr'-c y'"*r o1 W\ coin i ryy wile4You. / I '%VclI. I reckon she'l do. What's her She looked at me enquiringly, but not bringing two millions six hundred thousanddestined I

.Attorneyh .lollal Sln.u..S uslt"r.W. i, and fillips in the UII lcd Sinfcs. Sjl>s-iipuon >*"".. I ,._. .; wjf! Well, you are It happy do,;.- : name-1 didn't with nn air of surprise, and merely! said- for# Europe The Spanish "
a"Ofli: \ f-irle'u: 81th). tl1'f'c' mile heats. To cl .s" ,, c.llsfonl. Why, I never heard that I principally
hI' Irct\n"! of del, f. you 'Caroline.' 'I do understand '
; Counsellor f,' t..IIm 1 ( ) ts. I! Uctobcr' nnd] nime: the Uy bcrjii" lIe -.*1 not you. .whooner Saramonsit sailed on the 19th j jm"t.
I F\' rda.. 1 lie 1 will attend ali tIe, 3.1. in M ltd.tlt' I A pnstUik.s, rr.cp; 'Carolme--hfnl ,-- you I 'Simply give for this port with fifty ,
thIS OI"'Y"t" Iffiee next dour to tht I l$2(1i( I I. foifit i I inO' OI> AL!., subscription But 1 am, though: nnd to an angel, as you I Mrs. )l iloriee's
went to ball I home heirt and to
,..u In Jr. ; .\\(I I. I I.t night--you you a in my own by my and the schooner Sarah Ann was leady
.
3. n."e lr'ti.' Esq.11fl1i3see. I. ..;".' ,'II!. I jiC1IS. To cIse I : the I truly, (friend' and a half perceptible I \
u'
,dence : J tnnal\ 2tll. ISJ7.: S-lf I 1 a' d ..a'"e the! 'lay !"fore the race.I any my really looked so awkw..r.1 that I \.IS ashamedofjou. I own hearth. Will you accept ihe offer madein sail on the 22d with three hundred and thirty -

Ti.- -- bntries -.ttfl I-e tnuiic: to e'tli *r of t the U'OVG' ( !;tahIp' tear filled: in his f} e, while a smile placed! Aid: when \ OU do go out, why in I Ii all tenderness and aflectinn thousand more. AH was quiet at Tam. _

-,. ..",Ilce.r I _4, riy letter, addressed to tb.: Secretary and 1'ro- over his manly face, j jWhtn i i I the nime: of common ('lse11 you dance? I III Her hand was in mine, but she did not pico.-N. Orleans Picayune.

.. TLC 5Ubscir'b-, Urfll' IS nl'oct: dM. '" t".'' 'pii"jorof lie C'lll-'! ( HIIV tiie: l'ef.'ie closing. I were you married] I iievt-r saw alone in my dance :o un- remove i it. A tear gathered in her eye, but
I- of AdAii *n>a i"I',-....nn Suctu."ciotinc .-.1 1 The Jockey Club Pnr...-s will IIP alveitispr "' !j 'ThttO'eks ago, and a hippier man Mr. Fortmutus 4.
,'J1rt.rorncr grncclully. Uhy, laughed a faint smile played about her lips. For a t MOBILE, August
I
h m**'', ., du' tinic. T 1108. DRU\ \\ >, Pr>, riCll.r. I I lived than old! friend ElKford.' I
,US :(nrip..lIy t tin- IUIMsfntriiitcd I' never your I i out when mnc'e' that false! in she remained : and then murder lat by
.gI I J,me 3, l 1"!-.7 41- f rigUi jou ; move moment silent turning -j A horrid was 'ly perpetrated
to i 1'11\>i 2s COUNSKL: ASD Au'OiTEtiATTORXFi' :[ Truly she was a lovely creature.I:
1 I Ihe <'oldut-alt he i is such a gentleman i towards me said, calmly and feelingly- tavern keeper, near Whitmore Lake,
business) as may: be pbrct.! \\ i14UiH \ I II
1 ''icr, !H oe li.unied! ta \lr.-oi: i 'I"), IT S 1 NE\\ SPUI.NC: iOODS. friend: was a man of the most: refined taste. in all hi-, manners, and so intelligent! and in- I 'To the keeping of no one would I sooner \Vjidhtenaw County, MichiaDlaing

Uict Attorney C (oc=:ui;'} I'g part ol fcuril!. cr'sVr : .JU'T: recen.aucl ,bandsoiue t Iro-n! New-York assiirtincnt and of Ua lancy i iniore&, : unit.-d with high ininly independence ofI I I teiesting: I \\oul.'lt have it h.tiIencd for ali give my happiness;-if you think a hear i I ascertained. that one of : (

hO "' ; IU.I'iy :ttt'L t, it 'I'1IC aUth feelmir, and all was puiiHcd and elevated Lithe the I that his been bruised like murder fortunately -
ct1)) jlfl : Map'! '* dy RO ,d.-. ready ii.adj Clo.bnig Hat, I I I worJ. and wounded 000 about him. The was 1 S

-; *il! I't'tud, il'C.Ieficrs C'flint{ !tof i, .4ppca'Leon| tjnds.lcn and! ihxrmr (., t Hardware, clc.'lZ' 1 mo-it liberal educalion.Irs.. Kllsfuid! ,\.!, never mind, my dear, it's all over I mine worth having, it i is yours.' I discoveied, and the wretch U in cua-
Courts u. !
: Back': Giode :Nai', :Swiss. and Lutestring Silk, was worthy of her husband. Her mind was Header, I And '
now. am
happy man.
J.i kteiicnui.iu.-out no otl.ti: : Cuur 3 very |tody.
iiik'm, ''pe.1l a': rtH.eJ. I LjonaiMi.Muslins.Super Punted, French and JaconetI \j hut a gentle image of his own-u kind ol Yes, but I do mind though, and it aint allover i iI the once sorrowful Caroline, now :Iii : -, __ I

J.AMn.: WKSTCOTT; I Gro le Nap. Scotch, Stripe, Plaid and check nofteued reflection. I yet. I don't choose to have you lauh-I i i is, I think, a very happy woman, at she MCTIKT AT SEA.-Fourteen flee looking
IT.ilaka'.sof.}; J ,nun-y2.1ih: 1HU" \ Their house soon became the most sittractive ; felbws of the ship Manchester, Capt.
Ginghams. I ed at, especially as it tends: to make me extremely I says :o. She passed, as all ritht minded crew
!I I Super Fu nell, Figured, Fancy und other Print spot to me in the city and most ol ridiculous.' >erson3 can, through fire, and it did not con- llevvit. arrived at New York from Havre,

REWARD 1 I! Li Ladies>le Lare Li>le7n Satin:' ertinz.and: Gauze Caps and IIdkfs.Collars. I my evenings: were spent in thoir company. I Duly installed, in her unenviable office, sume her-and she came from it refined as were arrested on Monday by the U.S. Mar-

PROCLAMATION, KatK-y: I'runswirl I'igu.ed Scarfs, and P.> is Collars.: I was often led to retnaik the peculur delicacy Mrs.: Ellsford used every e'cninr to m'Hli-1 gold that is tried in the furnace. If you shal, on a charge of having created a re-

BY RICJUHD K. CALL, .j.'! L'"dies and G ntletnen's !horskm Gloves. I and exquisite perception of the beautiful fy and I efile the crude material upon which would choose a good wife, look out for one bolt and mutiny at sea on June 10th. Their

Governor of the Territory of Florida. < 'url, Be.ul Baijs, Cambric lldkl ,i which distinguished the mind of my frlen '.- she had to work. In the delectable Miss who has known sorrow, but has not been conduct it appears was outrageous. Ono ;
''
:
ed{ White !nJ m.II'itk\ : 11.se. lovely companion. Between her soul and Dobbs she bind such subdued it affliction of them stabbed the captain in the arm; and
j who has borne
b to lIe Angelina -
[IT1I1REAS.1h3o\ fii Il'r"'f'n :ipo'eon.S \\ hue :Sa:; 'in, Satin Freed, and Brown a !jcri- by ,
I If iiatJOtiN \\.IIA"l'"utlllt"jluUIlW-I : llril\in\ '{ nature in Us varied mamtcstations there was men. of unregenerate gentility, as is with calmness, and privation without repin- hey threatened to put him in irons, and

1.1Uj'UIJ/ ; hare ol murdei 1'"II1IeJ: inN th 1' Shirt Cull >rs, o..omc.nnd Sum :ctocks. 'a Yl1lpdt&ylaich\ seemed almost to make I met wiih every day m what i is called the ing. They only who have had adversity would have done so had it not been for the
; !r "I MOIIU.L, ASlUtlllS: Mvip.ONtCGHAN 1 I India R'b'.eraisd! Cotton Suspenders.Cotton her of ihe whole! of who itenfered.Phil.G .
creation. -
a part great socirt of the but the how bear lumerous passengers
and DA VI1) V\ 0 nnN, .u"f.lleJ> balls! 'f-uil: Tliriad 1 anJ CVaton HdVfs.iCottciiade 'good tJ' city, philosophy enow to prosperity.
tic jail af>>res\\d. hatred wit ii the mu:der olD : Chainbra\: > sjheetings and Shirting.nK To her "high h mountains. were a feeling"and necessity made her submissive: to her 'lo, -- -- az.

: B inter won:h,, a," ':,;.'d it !tare i'em ivnim.t eJ I cc. t the breathings of the hummer airs withlln and she did not murmui. She had to suffer THE LIFE OF A MEDICAL MAX. .
I i .11"111' ]In !saic'' tern orv broke PUNISHMENT 'OR SwiAiuNG.-A school
the ifi ir of the loud swell ol
tir-.M CI-OTIIIN"
couiny i : DE I wings perfume- with the uncuuth insults and M. D- P.
lr.-uU.u ou izc l.'tlj: daily manners, By A Louyer Villcrmay, &c$-
a1.dlU.1 :..jeircc.tlic, ucy i C II' en.'I'al'l!:: of Fancy and Plain: ordered him to ;
a punishment
: rtisisMig the clear lake it held the .. master, as
teitijiest-the as intrusions of those who considered themselves Without retracting the repulsive and dangerous :
"Codis and :
I'antal.ious} Hyun Jack :ftainiiier
' in
> and watch at bole
\>i"outbete"; <'r.', in r11l"ln':: of 'a\v, I ilo be'cby I \'\:)ts. blue sky iu its: crystal depths-the whisper greatly her but she bore it studies of the phynician, it can bit t take a pair of t ugs, a
superior
.tT.i .1 Two ilundied (tool us lor the ihe and the rush IIi the Hearth till he caught a mouse. ObedUent .j
I a rc" < I SII.K ASP FCR IHTS.While lor plavtul stream, strong ( all with uncomplaining gentleness, and proved ihut there i is not any career which sc I
ire'.fusion :in.J i (power I her I could she wears ,
MiJule D I j though saw: as litcu as rapidly away
..nfLi nfleiiders in anv.i -il iu Hie tnttuiida. i Fashionable 1'alrj Leaf Hats, 1.ncd auJ"f shaded.C'ntisUn Jet powers and demurely waited for the expected visi-: .
r a d I do hen by enjoin HId require I GIII.ERlr... her heart as with the spell of un invisible t never hinted even remotely that she felt her : there is no other which icquired i I

ma; .11 ,lit':. <11,1, 'vCs .Ia.c to LV be VJl.I1.; m ?; erC! varity too numerous tu, 'pint. And from her nature her soul went unpleasant situiliun. greater activity of body and mind. He has I ter. Directly alter, be saw a mouse peep \

'* i;,r<.!iciiM..u 01 tl.cai. u e..dtt. I lOP tjon. All: ; of which we offer to the' cry orcoin.t I up ill pure devotions.It Miss Angelina Dobbs I had mot 1 in to bear the changes: of the weather, contmuul .. ing out of a hole to observe if danger I r r
\\ Davis ahjiu five J/a.: is trade wholesale or retail: on Cautiously placing a lg tongs
y very not to the of near.
.,; ." ..e1i.igh, hi oa.:1: Mioulders, I ihicn i *et'!, l.jsr. rea>onatc! terms. is necessaiy perfection | company)', and had found sOle litte favor : fatigue, irregularity in his tepasts, and of the be grasped the
each side 1 1 I
':t : t-\t.-x :auk tun-, hg ..t I com .if Jtu-n. p-od I G 1L&J T. E. LINDCNBEHGC1.: surh a character ih.it it should have no feeling I j in her l'Jt I occasionally called to see broken rest; to live in the midst of mia-m.I on hot : I

t..;.LJI."aJ.an uss tlic: c'leelc boxes, a. d ol" a Ic'tttit !-I Tal1:1ht': April lth, HIT.; 3d-f; : in common with busy life. .N 0: Caroline '; tier but it was for the real purpose of seeking and contagion, if in the country to travers. mouse and trurupbanUy" exclaimed "By ; 1
i'!.ti* Li*::'* tAt 1llmorthas choice friend and I -I've got him'! }
: *el.-t: I"- ;is :\ f.re fret 'ig.t I i..cl. ?tout ....:,;h, NI E\\: MJMMKK (;oO1)s.IUE a an an opportunity for a word with ..Mrs.Ellaford !. considerable distance on har-euack.; exposed

tluh.; .'..a* b.a. k j'leicuiK$ cjo, dj !' c,: plei..: rn sti'isc-riU-r has just. r, ceivtd a select a..- 'I! interesting companion. She was not a vain \ whi'-h it was rather difficult to get. to wind and storm; to brave al! dangersto "Even gold may come too late" says the j

n -ill'.1' ( 'n. r-iiuh: and ueit..cr! cd en, of .i.iur JL toitment (If gfiodrs -J-uitalle f ,r the .iajou, i dreamer, but one \\h\ understood: the operations especially as she was rarely allowed the privilege go to the relief cl suffering humanity. A celebrate author of the "Night Thoughts."

r-rw": a. d\ l.ali.t-; u',,c"T to -ton lion- 'citi.'ri. n.; ttf; follow. .:? aniol-s, MZ: I I of her own mind, and who could control I of tlie parlor, and then was constantly fearful truth, for medical men, has been established I and successful .
DandV! ,,,den is l iou five It-ei 1.1 I""in* imhesh Buinoaziue, TniUt, und-Merino Frock Coat! ; I I them. On Monday a well known .
I made to submit to the commands of by the Tables Mortality of Dr.
fan l. t hair, petty in this city was thrown
hl.'nl..r complexion do
: It.nn. ; do.. ilo. do. IIe3s i veterinary surgeon ,.
:i op''II cnuntena >c' ; of eicpirate habu! *, and: Venetnn, Cass and Drminc't Coatees; ( .i A few brit years passed away and the every member wf this graceless family. Now Casper, published in the British Reriew out of a chaise on Sea st, and died of the in- 1

stpJX": se-1 t have be n a marine I White and brown Linen Jac ,eioj blight and the shadow fed upon my friend'sbower : she must ring for the servant and now be of a thousand members cf( the medical pro be bud received about Tll .- noon: I
Imp on Vl1u han is Umt five feet eL'ht inches Flam aud fancy Marseilles Vests I of The angel of death came hundred died before iheir july
ix
:. ; pence. sent for this thing, and nOfr that; and not fession. < sixty and in the of the afternoon his family 1 .
., 110.:1.e has h-ze! 'Ve", dark tian. ha> a Satin laced do do; with his fearful and the mind- course
summons, high
: would she be leave second whilst, of leading a
.l. I <'tc. addicted to imoMCA:1011, aiu is ul'| Figured :bi'.k: and t atia do, unfrequcnlly : to : year; persons received a letter from England announcing
... u, (nave b.n a o ar'no I Piaitv do do do; ed Ellsfoid was no more. the parlor. quiet life. such as agriculturalists! or theologians remittanCe of four thousand pounds sterling '

41 a rewaid (,I' One Hundred IV.lars for the :'\ Bombnz: and Valenc'a do; It \a- three months after this sad eVtn Nearly Iwo years passed away ar.d thelovely the mortality is only three hundredand n which be bad been expecting about I .
.e ot each I'UJ every ac-onip.icc \\ hoI Black ; ensiun: : na ; a long journey widow late friend still buried If we take a hundred individuals -
ufmy was forty-seven. left estimable
'..' o.ivirted of aiding cr utt.-.ui,3 in the t&- : hln and Bonibazine do I three years. He has a very
; 'I the weal, and called to see the widow in the of Mrs. Dobbs. Miss An- of each ofthese classes, forty-three .
[
family lost his
a1orca.1 have
"I'I ; I.ntr" do
:'t tie \I' Plaid Hair ; family, who though they proteclion
j.vPn under my hand and s-eal, tl.. 13b day j Wlire and ba! ,'k do; j of iry early lend. I found her as I had I eiiu] had made several. conquests, but was theologians forty agriculturalists thirty-five will be happily p-ovided for.by this f

'u 1i I) IslC i I Linen and Cotton Shim; expected to find her-not parahsed iu mind; not yet nianrit d off. The real charter ol clerks, thirty-two soldiers., will reach seven- rich windfall. His name wag George B. _

IL. K. CALL, I Fijj'd and btiipid do; but a calm, and at time:, an almost ch-er- Mrs. Ellaford had become known and tieth Of a hundred professors of the
I : year. Post. n
;3 G vf r .o- It"i i.li l rid.i.t !! WLne nod blown Coon: : Drawers; ful She was guarded in her all uI : Davis.-Boat. .
: J tour/ : thrown healing1 art, twenty-four only will attain that
she 5;
wai obscurity as
-- -- I,!| Hdul>. and Liiieu 'J 1 hr/ nd <71jvs; though ill
P>> roclaination I i I li.acL and I'n.cy c joured i Iln l : Hose, sions to her husb-ind: and only so, it seemed i much as po-ible by the noble family in age.-Journal des Connaissanccs Jledicales. return of the election n

Win iiid bruun C ,t OTI: do; I fiom the fact; that (.xinidtIc( had t.iught; which she resided: jet in that (lime she had ------ for ll51SSIPIIThe are most favorable .4 ,

IJY KICIIAUD K. C.\ LI.'c .. I Vigu ia and Lamlisnl! d't, her that il were fir better not to indulge in1'iief. with several offers of The fourth of July was celebrated by the Messrs. ..
met advantageous inarj the Van Buren
: vpitalif! and Ponsre I !: Silk IlJLls to party.
t: nr of the TorriUM-y of Florida. I i Bhck and 1',111:5t1k: dnrats; ; -But oh, what a change had come oVer j riajje.. such as Mi-s Angelina would have ladies of Barre. Mass., in a very appropn Gholson and Claiborne, were the Van Bu- :

V,"ti. IlEAS It l.ab DC-II i'-(1''t.tllej, lit me t j Alto: ,3 ftxv suits of Youths' Cll't'l0' :;, u-ge hT the spirit[ of her dream! j jI ,! thought among th. best; -these otfer* werei ate and rational manner. They had a 'famous candidates, and Messrs. Acee and Pren- \. "
_ \ -i, JAMI-.r-' I I'IU I GUi-i IN. n.itc' l ltlit with!. I the abore a rlid."., nre now orl' r. J lor i>ali < I coon teamed i to great grief that affairs such tea which wound with a number ren .
declined but up
in party Lown-
In I
my I i
tilvvayi cau-
a way as liss the candidates of the Whigs,
liir ):1 d.c! I ,1! .. ,
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Suf v IL.r ( i' is> :ict: i cheap f r c Mi or approved credit.I
ff.il: Le. i II' '}'. ) l Ii..i lliC .nnrIer:: of Uolrt: I : J. B. BULL. with Elslrd had not been as pro-per- I.d I hr to I!ain (the esteem and respect oli of strong toasts, in perfect keeping with iles, Oaktibeha, Monroe, Choctaw : : .

Mi.e': D ii t J:1l1: at.d midc, l.i- t-iiape fnun I JnneQ-J, I is': ;. -JG-tf/ flu. asa supposed.; ; 1 His 1 luvt-ly widoww i ihoMvvlniM: :timid I'-thngs of tlideres. she! I the glorious occasion; and most happily sui- and other KtOpr., Van. Buren candidate j .

.;ar\ I u -n-( < \'iiiij.r ol thfitiih msi.XJM .- i j.-> lenItn but u b. i I
I received a large majority; in
; in "uatif 01 13 W. I(l'ibe''l h .:.NOTICE.ID :. .
Me"- jiur yf'ra
fettled and she bean I because
: soon ; MIS true there were present ( mu
11:111IS up Even the hie&rtIesmiess of fashion nnd of Adams t
:! :p-n ; ..r, 'J'vvo Hundie l I J'u 4ais lur tIsCth UHIN'G my aWucJOHN' :M.: STUONG) [ however, and other precincts ,
,! I1) said l'I I : to fed conn.r fur her future sup- kve.ilih softened when .-uch Mrs. mercy and sheer compassion they were tol- cainlidates received '
u .11' al.1 e! vtyot 'C'.3 will act as my. agei.t : Pr..1 woman as County, the Whig large
:'ueiiu.$ III i a.\ Jail vviitun! it MiJ-Ue l DiMrn't of! \VM. II. FRANCIS. ?01t. In tlS 'i she ad\'eri..d fur a ElUlord became known in her real character erated) a few antiquated beings of the othersex. majorities. Tbe Columbus. Democrat believes '

)1'111.IIc1: .1 ri", -i"L'y iij.iin nil) in '*.:i.<,tra:es and I iailihacee, June l'--h;; 1SJ7:; -17ttTIIIKTV I situation as teacher hi a private family and and she was now respected, and in many whose eoi&doubtlf burned, and wh that the majority in the State for the ) ,
ce 3\rrtx to te v :r.lln' in Ihe 'ieIeiioii; olaH 1----------- ------- .
.. ,.fh? d r Tii** aid Hup' Din !" f.vc: !1''.<. 1I I JHLJ.\ltS Ui\V.\lU I njiwithslanding; I}gentle but earnest re cases win-re good sense happened to aceompany must have wished i themselves for away when Van Buren ticket, will be about 300--Augusta }

:mchf hi 'h r'aik' com-,Iei'uthi'k dailc! h ir I ln m niy nulls about the middle of I moiislriince: uccplt i the place of govct- flev.iMon, greatly esteemed, by such sentiments as the following were pr_- Constitutionalist. .t

i evei.iua' and large whi'.k rs w tf'n lie broke I STOLEN 1 a 1 .1
u. hip. '/ ce r-'i-cfa iilnaied, and in giid culcur. I with a mir upon. her r.ght; rump, :sf me five or MX Mis. Dohba) had .served her time thekitchen I in the tone of her visjiers a cor- to with hearty fervor by the whole Office of the American, ) 1 !
.'D 1..1"1 k '1'; ai.d flshy, w tlk trect end M'IT., has inches h'ng, and thrce"or foir' broad-!th-; effect : produced I
.. I from which she h.i.l been elevatedby I ] in the l and E. company, VIZ: BALTIMORE. Augusts ) l ;
responding ,
:Mrb iy"|". air, : is inclm d Gnen uiid/T r..y bai.d a: T,,11l11\): "-u', this 30 b this: mule w.tsst'jl-n !1.\.' a runaway' i-egro el'iiiginf. Mr. Dolibd, a lan who-e ideas could vas consequently (ti seated! with more respect OLD BACHELOR! May they- lie alone ona VERY LATE FROM THE PACIFIC. :

:r 01 June, lr:).r;. I I (t C.il\ Uobeit' G.un'ile, M-IIOSC n ,me..is J un P.IVIS' comprehend little be) (mid the multiplication and less rudeness. Her intelligence) nnd bed of nettles-sit alone on a wooden The ship ann M'Kim, Walker, arrived at if II I!

n. K. CALL, lie IN :.iliotit :iOyt'Us:: .i:'!; fiv.'jet seven oreizhtin table. By decrees he succeeded in adding true di""iIV-Ini'd. with a winning gentleness stool-cat alone on a wooden trencher amid this port yesterday in the remarkably short j ::
.
-r.. Governor ol l'J"riJa: 'tics hish; rem rkd''ly st! u-esp"ci --- -- -- -------- (f'Te"I land shoulders; l lHIW-ltgeJ. Gu.teLilck.: and mauler a perfect
XOTICI-:. 1 i has lost ;tin upper fore tooth. ; until he became one of the most wealthy any. effort at cfr.cl. insensibly won the goodwill The Old Bachelor, like the thor hedge! and forty two [rem Cape Horn. She :

II REui"'.erie.s hariiie lc.iii.cl a copartner" .I I will jivcihe above n-ward to any person who 'I merchants of our city. His wile soon begin and admiration! of all; and it at length neilher blossoms nor fruit render it useful 01 reports that the U. S. ship North Carolina, ;
ship i hereafter conduc tin* It'iisbus n s-s will le Im'h! mule and either to Co''. i feel ornamental but it to all the 14th in I
iver negr to her con-equencr, penally; as became a matter of almost thai i a scourge creatures Com Ballard arrived on May
tnau of STl.WART & B.VJt.N'AUD. For necessity
G ni!.!'e 'Jr myself: Hollars for ''h' nrtro! I '
ivprry
:* frescnt ih,.y u-i I continiie her shops m tinr : 'III ten ii! .1 lli-vforthc? mule, delivered sep irately, I II r husband's reputed wealth and h.r own MM. E. should be in the parlor whenever fifty-two days passage-and sailed for Cal- \ .. ,
% ( : orup } bel'l'' ort ppiportion >'p nin J, I .. ,r ni' utof Medicine., O ligs. 'Jlietni'-aN, either, (anllml"rl I to C'.,!. G'lmle! or my- her into the best society. In a few a ked for her, and would not bo. satis- NEw ORLEANS:, AUGUST 1. CHILAN EXPEDITION AGAINST Pz:ur. ,

UOlJ' Mpdirines.<< &".. and. pledge: iliiiibcUcs! : to -"!information I of U'-h. c' nfinemcnt i ,) us wiUcnalo I! a new edition of the Dolm's bceirfleand : Robbery Extraordinary.The schooner The Chilian .was preparing 1
years
,. lied unless she She soon government t
lIo1hm.; bui genuine nr icl > : were pre.-ent. ,
us to recovt our rropenv.LOUH Urn. A. hence to Brasos St. lago }
1. KIVIN: : STEWART, '1.1. n. ;M. { OLDF OI: ral.Yirtllntl apparent(, as graceless a set were not to drew around her an intelligent coterie ol "urer. an expedition against Peru consisting o
\ Jcflerson' cotmtx uc.ir' ;\li.iitieclIii..Tulv he I street, in Fsiyetle both -exe, and rendered the drawing loom : sea was
IIER1' "". IIILIIAICD, 10, IS, >';. 49 I'ranUlin. of :'i rs. Dobbs) quite attractive. substance of a robbery committed upon theCaptain to be under the command ot Admiral lan I <

ATTORNEY, FJ.OIUD.CLAIJIS.. 'I'.mily, try dear This could nut be suffered to continue the particulars of which will hereafter co de Ciceron.-.It was expected to depart

iVD. COG."S E 1. L 0 R A T LJ 11",, JOHN 1'. DUVAL) f.f( T-.llilasMC. nnd Fnn-: 'What.' l' ng, as Miss Angelina and her mother began be published. The Captain James Ha- about the end of June for Peru, and consisted '
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TILL practise Montgomery.: Ala.. nndthtIT : I A. Uirktns. (,t Wttsl.mgtoii' City,:o"n't'rly 'Come, my love I want you.' to perceive.too plainly that: the daughter gerdan, on his arrival at the Brasos:, having of the flag ship Libertad, of 22 guns; t

,I adjoining counties -m the :3l1r' TlUr Cur III' the Treasury Dcnailnieiit, uiil I piosctite, llrlums 'What do you want?' thrown in the by the business at .Matamoras, 35 miles beyond, ship: Monteagudo of 32 guns; ship; Valparaiso I
was deeply shape
ji'.abama, and the Cuvuit: Couu of the Uin edlies. i r'r Ni-rn" p Jind otli r prnper'y: dcstrfiyeil or went there on horseback with a servant, fur
at Mobile.Adjutant. t 'ken' 'Ilf by, the 'Injuns.' and tor hor ci>.&.c. killed in 4i want to introduce you to your new governess governess.: Her situation was .soon rendered of 16 guns; four brigs of 18, 12, 10,
the American Consul who
,
Jlllle 2 IRJ7. r..tf scivkr,
-- ---- JOHN P. DITVAL, 'Is she crn.se ma?' and a fat awkward ir reluctantly determined to leave a place the consigne of the vessel.: The Captain with 3000 troops; 5 transports with horse;
General's Offire, DICKENS.F : very had with him fourteen hundred
FRANCIS( A. his return
on with and I with
HE\D aUARTEkS ) 7.1':.'.7. 27-tf of some eleven years old came rudely where, notwiihslanding' the constant shocks 2 transports provisions .

Tallabass, July I 1, ,16HT.:: ( X 'fl; -I-' tti r* post-p-uil: diierted ti Ji'hn P. Dual the room, and make her way boldly and familiarly which her feelinjs received, she prefered icmaininiz and fifty dollars in specie on the owners account power. General LaFuente accompanies the I :

GENERAL CROCKS. \' TnllalMssrc. Florid i, w ,111 l.e Httendcd to. to where Mrs. Ell-ford was sitting. t !, to again to the scrutinyand I and when about three leagues from expedition with 500 volunteers of cavalry. .
:submitting '
---- -- 'Th dear is Whal'd lour I the city, he was attacked by a band -f twen- It expected that great portion of the t
11 HE Adjutant General, viewing; it neressarjti ) NOTICE.'X !, my :-, coldness of slran er! was
: who tied him and
t
have in his possession the stie"gih of tin( name? 1 forget.' 'Caroline said I for she had ty robbers up stripped Peruvian troops would join the Chilians.
,:iiof Florida, comprising the first tmd secnntpiies. (;i mon'hs an< r due, I Ihall! exhibit} mrac- 'Mrs. Ellsford.' tenderly both him and his servant of all the specie.
counts vourht-rsto Itl the lion. of the become to mo as a sister-indeed more thani
hereby requires the officers coTimtndinj r Judge who think reader the robbers
But were A mercantile house in New York who
BrigadesV1Z.: Brigadier General L. Read 1 1 Guardians' Court, as Adinmistrntor, f c.r letter of 'No-not that, your first name. ; sifter, and I used the name in the fond. you .
: dismission from the adinmisiiation. of the of I ? MEXICAN MERCHANTS-the Mer consignees of an English ship with Irish .
were
Briidetand Brig. G-n. fernandez:, 2d Brie '" I estate 'Caroline, said she, half weeping, as ness of confident familiarity, 'Caroline,
,.-\ncause reiui ns to be made to me at Talla.. Allred Wilks, dec'd. JOHN M'.MELLAN. thoughts of olhei days, and of her high mind I wheie do intend going when leave chants of Mutamoras.. The owner of the passengers, have been tried ate Ma-

tassel', thto' their Colonels commanding the va. June I II'l7., : ___ 4C_ ed amid honorable husband came over. here you !' you vessel l hs received a letter from the American rine Conrt, and sentenced to pay a fine of

ibis 1 rel'lm'y (ne strength of each com''any, bat,. Irn)' d from St. :Marks: r. handsome R< anPONEY 4Well Caroline this is Miss Emma I as you say you must Consul, informing him of the arrest of fifty dollars for one of .the passengers whd
determined said she half
d 'I have
,
1.,0";, reS"i';: nt, Induding in report tie nam<( b wi'h a cut on his l"nneTKN : not yet several of tbe robbers two of whom were has become inmate and expense to the
an
r:1ll:
of r3ch com-mi.i.1ned officer. DOLLARS will \\x sri i\en for his apprehension want you to take par1icularcare of her man- pondmgly, where I shall go-tho Misses condemned and shot The .
,. SAMUEL TARKIIILL' and delivery at Mr. HackleyV: stables.: 4 neis-she is quite polished now,-indeed, I Wilfords are anxious that I should take promptly money almshouse, under the law for the support
I_ Adjutant General of FlolJda. J. M. ARM: STUONG. his not been recovered, but these Mexi- and telief of indigent persons. This the
___ !I cannot ever be enough grateful to Madame charge of them, und they are an amiable i
June 17th 1R37. 45 can Merchants have plenty of of tbe kind ever tried, and
first case
for the she .
attention to property pro
.NOTICE. -- Gallopade great paid :and sweet family ofchildren. Their mother
lp'r-rson.. indebted the late firm ] her cduacation she invaluable i which will be seized to satisfy bably be the cause of others, so that the profit I
to of KrrrA:; NOTICE polite was has often hinted her wish that I should come

1Wtge lertbrlou, make immediate payment to Jas, IX weeks from the publication hereof, the subscriber and I fear I shall never cease to regret her into her house, nnd the little girls were on- done to sun trade.-True American. of such sorts of freights wi not be so

E. qr as further indulgence cannotrn.te4 l will apply to the Hon. Sears Bryan, hereafter it has .
leaving me. Do Caroline, be carefulnot and r great a
pray, ly an hour since coaxing me to come
otherwise tbe same will be put in l suit l for ,
of Jackson
of the Court "county,
County Jenkins
Judge TES.The bark Talent
to make children rude of all thingsI could become domesticated PIR. ,
micacly.; p. KERR, letter. of administration with the will annexed, my ; live with them. I not NEW THEORY OF UNIVERSE. .A
-
-Jell DANL. D. STURGES. shudder at plebeian Emma and shall master, arrived at Quarantine, Boston, on TiE .
upon the estate of David Trammel. deceased.JAMES ) m'nncr my in a pleasarxler family B Lemoin of Ohio has invented i
Mr a
J. TRAMMEL.Aug. dear, this i id Caroline, your new teacher.' there. Sunday afternoon from lleaina.Vhen off neW 1

T'AKE NOTICE. 5, 1837. 52-6w 'I don't like her mucb, ma!' piobdbly Will go take my advice on tho subject, the Western Islands, was bya planetary system. He contends tat th

U.. ote accounts against the'estate of H.\a. 'I'm for that. Caroline, must be you piratical hermaphrodite brig, clipper built earth does not go over or around sun '
NiQ R ZJTHE you Carolinet''You i
: sorry
.JEIS BURNEY late of Leon county, dehich with 6 and a twelve any manner whatever, but that instead
ishall be ,. TAXES for 183? are HOW due. By en 11- very careful to make the girls like you- have proved yourselfa true friend- armed guns long poun 0
] of outside
not presented, fully au Jenkins and this, it has a centre its own of
bttatt within the time prescribed: by law'I on the subscriber, at his office in Tallahassee they are very amiable now, and I dont want such as be said you were; (her voice slightly der on a pivot amiships. Capt
round which it revolves the
and paying the same, the public will much his mate were bord the brig and sun, produ mg
This is a final notice. them to become rud*. If you are polite to trembled) and I think I may say with confidence tken
61M ON TAYLOR Adminibtiilorre oblige SAM'L.: H. DUVAL confined in the fore peak, while the pirates varitus seasons.
i. them will make them like
will.
? iM?. J6i July I.">, 1837.- Tax Collector. you soon you. that I





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PETITION FOR A REHEARING.LKTT into an arrangement in that month with Joseph -; jec'.ed as an absurd proposal. Now, it would | this kind, upon the principle of enforcing a pressed condition of our busloeis community -' ver, are made to supply the aeii

\ On an appeal from a decree ; de U Maza Arredondo. who was then seem strange, after a party bad proposed a contract, but upon opposite grounds, on the ,assernbled pursuant to public notice! the community, constitutes. one of the

T. V of tkt Superior CovrtforSt.AKB.KDOKDO. the authorised and acting agent and attorney final settlement of his entire claim, had ground of their being no contract in the case at the United States Court room, yesterday ar characteristics ol a free peop1, m II

4 j John's County. J Jt I in fact of tho said Arredondo. senior for an urged it, but met an indignant rejection of aDd for want "of a valid binding contract/ morningThe sentially necessary in promoting flfcfrperity

'the Solicitor appellee respectfully asks !!I exchange of a moiety of tbe said Alligator it by his adversary, after he bad from necessity under which the money wu received, compel convention was called to order by and happiness.

the court lor a rehearing of the abovu case. :! creek land, for ar equal quantity of land in taken part payment of his claim, with a return of tbe money. But it is not a Mr. BufTiim, of Philadelphia, and temporarily Cth. Resolved, That the great .

t With every diffidence in his judgment and Altcbua. in said Territory. owned or ailed"1 ,an agreement that the balance was to be attended : doctrine such as that announced by the organized by the appointment of civil government-the promotion if' t

be tnuU a proper regard for tbe wiperior; 1 ed to be owned, by the said Fernando, senior to, I ask if it i is not strange that this court mi-npplied as to the vendor 1 Is not Mr. William of New piness of tbe people cannot be obt ,
discernment of the court, he yet conceives :!: and the said Joseph and the said exchange partial acceptance should be construed intoa I a favor of tint kind rather the privilege of Halsey, Jersey, as the United States, without a "eD
President and Daniel M-Keim of Philadelphia .
k that upon a review fit their opinion and a |j I was induced and mvJe on the p3rtj final settlement of the entire claim the purchaser I | -*t hated system of protection to aU.
,
'f' more minute examination of the record, they I'I't j juill '' of the la id J. 3!. Arredobdo yell n-j yourl The terms of this contract even as stated When a person sells an interest, and it appears |' as secretary. business interests in which oar cit1zt.a
t arrive a* conclcs'ions different from those I.I' orator, for the purpose of securing ).our'' by the court. when reduced to the shape of that the interest he pretended to sell On motion. Resolved, That the proceedings engaged, and that as the system of .

I they bare announced. I 1 orator, by putting the said Alacbua !lands in 4 deed, would be aa follows : was not the true one, the purchaser rmy ,i of the American Institute the pon import duties has a tendency to
He would renecliillv n-v .v_:- .t__u.. 'J ,i,. piwo and sieitJ cfrnth.* Alligator creel Tin pirticd, Levy and Arn dimlo, agree consider the ro-ilMCt at an erd und recover -I I city of New York held in relation to thi3convention age excessive importations; and to i' .
i 10 an error, ceininitied. ax ho Concerres, in lands which effected tid it is sufuient'i'' ISt'i of ruinous fluctuations in other branchsines'
deed the
) was by a oC( the let an excha.V'C- oflanjd. as foio.'t : The 1 any nuney f in part ; : on day May, (
the facU assumed by ihc court, at the samcf'f datnfthe 13th Julv!4I 1324 &c. .bld Levy ajjre'-.s to .ii.xchtii with SJid .\rredoIII.Jn' fur the pUiumFto: : say this i i is not the !interest i'1l T37, be read. the adoption of the system of

time be (-]* constrained to dja cm from 'I I 1 I Yiur oratcr farther avers ihit a) the imeiofthe : inoiHy of h's: AliirMtor tract, I :igrerd I', pllfl .IH -Su den on Venders i|I On motion. Resolved, That this Con- nag cash for duties would prevent ra...
: the legal! principles averted, as well as tot | Indenture of the I the embarrassment to which the
exchaor' 19 -200.
'lfi t Ii >,
JW -
I. 'p. fo hid no CO1ii5fl of Jy. 2'JO :acres .1 > qJinny. : vcntion disclaim all party views and purposes Oll1ttr.
t their application iu iLn case. !,: information as to the nop..e\itohc,: of[ the I: : town: )iy.20u tcrl"JI. of the AI4CtIi If a III an hiving a pirliil: interest: i in an e<- ; inducing and influencing the same .expo'.l l, and would' be of essential i ito irn
alll the: interest of
A brief bixtory of t!!e wiH at creek tract r. itsio I 'homes rcat the United A
controversy Alligator I o. and Lich Aired"iid' ,. to enter inta contract reprc-
u b..I"U"II" '
was ceII tract : and that their objects are hereby expressedm Ttli.! Resolved That
I. once lead us w a understanding of it.Imerit I lain or definite i in. ', and agreeing to sell it as his 0\\ n. the Import L
proper .L nature tr which couj A dll crt l coiirucliim: t-; I tint \s e have I entiII.: It, : the resolutions of the American In-titutejiist silks the last
f i during
year amount
!Ibe iclicd I entitle Levv.j it yetc--l for hun aflerwards to say totwcntvtliree IDOrt
uj.oai autheoii?, he wa exremely l ;iH'll."I.i i.cei.1 to us to Ii not co::
yet will consider millionsof
I In Auguet, 1320, the appellee, Levy, .1'iirou, ,'utireI.jdluJ I < hi w.1 the eutirelv* and therefore the read, and that they .dollars, thetiJr
i *}M he bh..0ld be relieved with: .ij uturi: i j-riyrrtlvt": the! : i in : ,
i in this
through his agents Herna-wlet: and Chive-i from) i ipurdn.-er the b-nit of the it disorderly in: any member who shall attempt ) of its growth country by the
] 'all the anxiety and hizard thaI I tract, .is .\ncj.J; ,;Iu "oild ue to trie fiilireiAliatur I hill: hot hive
tau in Havana from F. M. Arre-l upon to introduce an\ me3"Uf of a stow merit of vjcli liberal bounties; "as
purchased assertion party
.
IIIl'nCl-rf.Jr bound the in
> oIt! by :n exchange of the whole of the aid : trart. Kqtnhty: in q-nMsiy u anj: Ii : is by it cultivation, would be .
dondoenior, two tracts of land lying in ; \III-stor creek tract for an equal quantity : exjires.-! bttnila'ioi| : in ihat CIJUlr tel, :wJ if :. j:Iliis: contract trod if the vendee cilf-oses. to character, or to excite jnrty .l'chin.A |secure ; ia of thel

Florida, one containing 14,500 acre, initiated !..if the : and h<.* urged an e\- ha.f; or a m- icU is to be construed to mean I t ihe as much a. he can han h** has a rig.'.! committee was then appo'.ntedto: chalk ,, importance debt and< iminthirTg in the causes f/.(

on the river Su John, the other 38.oOacrcii i clunge\lchuIIHd.ct efcct upon the saidred'If.. I| the \\ b.e! of Le\','.. tract, \o ala pv-i It |10 I I'J' thot} uiJ ai a'jttejseil.-.SJgden" 206, the crtve to 1 b'* pursued by the: conven- foreign ral interests of every promoting State; in the je} UnioTleth. a

represented as lying on Alrgitor : -lo, but without !ucces .'* j Arrcdunrj>. w liy IIul.j not a .illll.Jr; doctrine ; ::74. 3. !i tion, fccc. Tit* uvention then adjourned Revived, Thnt the a\ails ;

Creek the consideration for the 'ornJtrelIe- Youroralor further .'ers, that! t th.-sai"! cx- I'a-nilv: to .\nt<-iu'iu! su m tu 'J;"ve hu entire''' Ag2b: it i j4 nj-j ,4 To e.Voie tic "Il'l to till 9 o'clock die next mornn: ;.-Cfl.raltl. ? ., !Jic! lands, after making suitable of the,
lug $10,875 for the latter ? .
$25,000, inking ': ; was made at St. in this '! tract to { \I \rreou.- u ap .
'chl Levy
in the Augustine, : J prun.ujRco' that tit! ex-hinge by .".. .. tit;.-: for incsv; 22 ?Im"lrf\"em..
A. ;
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aggregate $35,000, $25,IOU were i : Territory, where said Arredondo was on a : Tlio Court do not lr wevcr. rr.t thdr; dt- !jofari: ef'u-il mtity: of! the Alachul land fori -r "I. .
qu
The Dusi.ics CHr : .lc$ win-re they situated
paid down and the :llti."n.Til Conveu- are : ,
remainder *ecured by visit and th said Arredondo and your orator -j ciaiun uhoiiy: on the tilicl j ot t th lontiactol I : niQK.lv f ofih-j Alligator tract was not byhm ouij a
notes. An absolute deed was executed for concurred at the nine in einplovin:; o:.e I 1,24, but rely upon lie grants being ot val'uc. -I f'esigni il to l Iwa tinal settlement of :he ti-jn business men, which had been in se-5-. apied! to !"? promotion! of objefts Of,
both lion in this citfJr several W.tral l Elites
.
days adjourned tfv
tracts. Reuben Charles t', endeavor to discover the E% Cfl now if I tln;> Cuuit' <:i>uld b*: pre- S, who!" cr'Itrov.: -rsv. growing out of the con-. lie character ia ? ace
1 No difficulty exists about the St. John's said Alligator creek tract of I and, and to .n- i |lItI:.I to >jy tint: the H'II H'} an-i I..cation otliud : I tra<-'. 1/ J Il-20, bul mer':L' a part satisfaction on TiiursJav. night, b itwecii l,:n an.j' i-Ieveu to son<* just j ratio.

tract, both parties being satisfied with it :_ certain the correctness of tho above nientioned : tllu dC li.!tiiiu'i- ar.il unreal, can it protrat ; tor the stm.'. i it should' be prepired to assert o'dck."oc publish thiS morning itveialof Oih. Revived, TIi<:t t'.e time has
but at to the Alligator tract, the bill makes ( iu : it-tit -no ihiro.iLitioiis adupic; ) v. iIi:! sreat unanimity when it is the imperious duty of tbe(C
thejrarit
reports: regard to i. iiiumedi.tielytItr rllJuucc IS nr-yul ir 'r.or m ri'Kthit! tie! contrart wa: i.iiquitojsj : .
after tiiorou tliacussion
the following statement : That Levy and I which, the said Joseph M. Arredmdu.I !! invalid anJ clcit.t.ile of all vaiutt i TIII? I aId vod:, iljf| Slim' as sho'ilil! .be rescinded I.1Y the C-jnvention, a! of the United State "u'rcie tii.r

his agents were strangers to the countfan I J your orator left St. Augustine fur MV '! would bt* t'J decnl 5 a in utter incifJeriUily, I! but li&1tr'(*riondo knew I tbn tat, aid ac- which in iv, be re'.rarJjJ as completelyembodying tutional power establishing uni orn
of :
tie t'ut
the general quality and character ihe'ldi.d )' where I \\hlb ) tribunal jJijcatate. opini'J/h highly respectable tern Bjnkrupiry thmu;!hout tile U. ]
I (Ir:, they again met iu the month i b--long-i to nnotner t'J a lj neced 1 in th if conclusion.: Ami agiin, : b.hand. ] whicii will, tliert-fore rr.tet 5
and depended entirely on the representation i ; of October. 1824. That \luilt ; Tlio pr.int! then, of Ih A l.gattir creek I to mike! a contract th-re rniist be mutual ; lOh. Ilt-iolved, That the citizens,
fltluILtro I wit' much attcntien: from their fellow! cllizrr.s.The .
of \rredo United States onited in
w do, who stated this tract of 3S.4UO I 'they York, information; was re- I.iract, was a I ir! ilijtcl: of bargain un ] ile i( consent arId where i. the cvsJence that _\r. are one comDq.,
third rc-soLti.jn ivc in (brief
; acres, to be upwards of one half of first : them horn and it there h. been 5, a compass, tere?:. and the various cli5C5and I profe
rate: ceivedby the said Charles, that i, exchange ; and e>en d r.dfldo ever consented! lo exchange acre
; the of 11t"'eviU under which thecountry
quality, situate on both ndes of Aii alor ,; he Iud that of the :'such as t true cau>e arc mutually dependent upon each other
explored part country in nnsiepre-eiilat.oii ) Justify c-om-! I 1//for ;acre to ihe extent of one moiety of the
tn.JC
bLur
V Creek at a certain distance from an Indian i xvl.i: 'h the creek of land! lu-jfjtiiij it of trie now are pleased to that any rrtort: tu excite one class! aja/ast,
j Alligator tracl is le- pl.ui.am in ujMii rcci ion Alligator! Idiu!, aid tl, admit his liability loI of
: thit the coavniti availv! I itself the
I see :
C town, &c. &c. and a phi was exhitred, [ scnhcd to lie, nor found any land angering ;.contract. it x\ad come;<:;.l tOn hull to Hoist I mako I cOr.pcni..ition: for I the other rnoiely.". other to divide society Into factious *
occasion in point out the truth iu terms at once '
1 be subversive of the funilamental
corresponding. this description. The 1 :1 tIll debcription of the 3ri400; acre tract, sold! ;lupuu that right." J Here the right to compensation on the rcci- brief furcib and c'Jldbin'a priac.
bill alledges that I the! plat, as well .<.- :h<; description :; by "Arredondo, senior, and your (;r3t'IrIAlreb3ly I lilt was designed by the court to a-.sen i ioi of an iniiq'iito; '; contract is tr.ade to de- of tii.s, character, coaling: from a exposition source so of society II.llth.. and tend to detrovtbe. lapof

thus given, H.II ':n'nely troncniis> I I charges that on the occasion! of(i th.it in the pn aoatr.iiK: iiicre was a s.ita <.1 i iIjthi j pend lIpOIl the parties knowing the fraud well entitled tj attention;mut be productive a Resolved Tint in the
and fictitious, that no such cieek, nor did the receipt of this information from ddiJ grant of lh! \IIt.lt'lr tr-ict, or th-.t the awl rul'ni'firig: conclusion! from if.U of thy best I:1TcrIt will aid in keeping the conC.

any such land exist as represented, and that Charley the said Joseph 31. Arredondo, senior -: grant formed part .f th; j'jrcha- rnonev t ith due respect it i is not perceived how ,; pub'.ic'! mind clear and unembarrassed, and in 1 I'mere of partizans, co-itendin and f>r the

; Arredondo knew u M Tim court below III informed your orator that IJH reasons I Ijiiid we atk fur the proof The deed uii ; the lights nf Levy or th.; interference of the directing, one remedial efforts to tiC! proper measure party to smcce tlu; !supervision, s.bjtcttng of eTtry dis .

1 a clear and very abl-i opinion delivered by I for not agreeing to take in exclnn o i j j IblO, ""d., a.d tr-m-tiT. :iSOOO acie oli I court in his behalf, are to be affected by the point. The other resolutions! vv iili one cr two we discover principles subversive party of

Judge Smith, disposed of thoae alIeg.ition-,, I the whole of the Alligatoi creek tract for an i land, not a MI j.t ol 3?.UJ) .ic. vs. The ale -. want of ;\rrcdr) do'3 admissions of his Ii-i- 'lig iit exceptions, among lieu we place that indejendence and ruinous: to the best j

r' in the following mannei : I jeijual quantity Alachua land was, that hi: I oft the! jltant 1' U' wtit-re .isserted.aud] arjmt-: biity.! or Hand, or any thin. else. referring to the public 1/ti-ds are equally unobjectionable ests of tiip' Country. a

*'Il is found however afn-r bufiicicnt enquiry lather had an interest in one half: or.ly of the iMiiig t that .1 o.1.!e II ,0-'' pitsont: sic nr'i3 u! : i Is coj.Iuion, the solicitor! for appellee.bfg sound: an-1 patriotic; and we l:th llec.jved! /That the substacial

and investigation, th.it this reprc.rnijtton !i sJidli! r.or: creek track of Lnd, the other 'l'cC'olliIJ/l| nii:;ht t"plll;?: > bo made, we a>k II 4 l-.i\e; to c-ill the attention of the court recommend-: careful notice of our readers oinZ5 v.LicIi a bountiful Providence B

f inducing the purchase, and warranting :i Ii ill being owned by Entralgo.:' j-i grant caLm! ; r tor l wd no vihere t be J.'uud I'> following: aspect, in which he conceives : the proceedine> of tl.c Convention of :showering upon the tieI!.U of our a

l the above expedition and belief, is all";c1h- ; The aiidvvci to this part of thc bill;: is as: ;lIad so decided! by a competent court H a llus suhj'clhou'd be considered.L'vv i I business men. [Ptnnsylvanian. brethren, warn us as it were in IhiC silent

er incorrect and unfounded, being an entire I 'JU'JWS '! fair -ubject! of : v mistake. It i is true, Alligaloi! town nnd buwanr.ee "The defendant recognizes the arrangc- J the value! the: iatriiitic: worth 01 t such an arti- : tor creek tract, the .sultject of ihis controver- i I I tin, committee 01 arran fiufiits, a3 passed by delusive mazes speculation! with waki

: river, well known to the geographv- : iHPlit slated in the bill, between coiiiplam mlind iIf ? Thlt: it may be v.orth something i IS :, ,y, f'T 5.25,000. nlrhl'rA being no snch j the Convention by an 1IJhimuu.'ote, excepting branches of trade have been mixed up \

I fir tho couotry. arc there, but the r t-ii:I ii- Joph .\trcd ndu, as agent of dcfei. 1iair 1- > .-i-.i ibe.! Tti" parlhm"lJl: 011 \\hlrh it IIIUI'n !: Jau(' in existence, an;J the contract m refornce -I only tliree or f jur di er.tin'oiccs return I.) the practice industry and

hammocks, and the valuable water coutsrx. fur an exchiiige ofoae h,ill" of the : uniting with the Suwannce havo not the! | Al'i!,'t' r "T"ek ir i '.t of land for an equal : tion I H. H i it: good for -.\ h it it cnII.- A bank I of appeals! as well fis the Superior Court, to :\t lion was separately read and decided on, af-- ward,.

.. slightest existence, and the purchiser in.lc.ni 'qumuty' elf I.wd III Alic'juj: by deed e.xecu- ': hole may litvn ell th. foriiM of S'Jch: an m- II!lie'void, aId I .as, not a vahd binding contract i ter considerable and animated di clb5ion. The

thereof finds himself rc !liiy, poj-e!;fi' of icd :I3ih July, Ib24.: This arraii dnentwa : !trum .:t, may be si iu-il l f y tho President I, 01JI"! it i* obvious that the pirtie.s" : almost t eatire unanimity, and abundant evidence Fri'm the New York Hera. I

1 only high, dry, valueless pine barren." : < made .is matter of accommodation to 1 and Cashier, may piomise to pav &c. hut !: stood to ouo another as Ifno such contract of good feeling pervading the Convention LATEU FROM: EXGL\ND.

This court concurring holds the follow, ing relieve -mp1'linant fiom his pi etetided ap- I if there btj no such lu.-tilulion. or onu tint! I I h-id ever been mide-Levy was mtitled uI > 1 las been a subject of very. general re- By the packet ship Montreal, (Gr.

' I hnguage : 'In relation to the Alligitr j'reh.:iis.oiK .", to the existence of'sud Alli- :does not pay its bills we imagine it would I j the money put; ', and .Arredondo would hive mark. from London we have received pipers

. : Creek tract alone on the construction 1 of ih* ;gimrr",-k irict: of land and not because 1 scarcely! be treated as of value in a Court of rl i been compelled! either i in a court ot cquitvrr i Kcport nf t\t Cnmmittec. ,| the ht ult. being seven day* later thin

l deed of the 3d August t, 1920, and th j \- co.nil, n. nt Irid any right in la'r eq-nty :ju tlcc. at Jjw, to refund it. See1 Ferran vs. .] The Mechanics, )anufacturcrrclll; previous intelli: ;fttcp. On Saturday
ktt ',ta And proofs relating 10 tF.C! Same, the 10 ttiim .riy inJeinmly on accou-u! ol the : To make the grant a hubstitn'.o for the I Taylor Cnnch 270, Arredon ,! turalistj and business men of all classes, frum 1 ing at h li! pat ten these pipers were
,1 opinion of tbe judge below, that it created n" alt ot' s.IIdIi:i ;itur tract of land. Defen- ; land in any case: would be, we cmroive, to do waa a debtor from the moment of his re- j difierunt sections of the United States, reprcscntei nished us by our swift snjli'iix! cr-vrt. the

F? valid! binding contract of side because of th" data; does not Jdoubt the u* cition ol said confound things distinct in their nature ; il I ceivinrthe money and what he received by delegates in Convention at Phila- I cbautinz Celeste, bein: nearly' twelvein

mistake and misrepreuentatiun, under hi.J Ji, coinpi.iiu.int in his bill; that 'lie was anxious would be to treat the praHl a* the thing bargained -I whether through mistake or for want of ade- 'lelphia, the 1tofAuut.A. D. 1 IS37, having advance of any oiht-r piper in the

/i the purchaser acted and because of the n
l1 existence of the lacd as dunctibcd by thi j crek tract of land fur an cqunl quantity in or: bill fin evidence of the bnrgain. it would!' court as held by him for the use of Levy, to which the! country i ii now exposed, do adopt The great commerci il hurncine a;

vendor is held by this court In b : fully sustained 1: Alachua: and that he urged such an eX- be to substitute the shadow for the !lIb"IOI.t. ,\rri-dorido! in' ill; !Levy such an amount, the the following resolutions ad expressive of t') be suboidin in fwt;hmt. The baai

I by the Inw and the facts of the car-." | chaugit' to the slid l Joseph, an-J that the lat'tT : and: in fact; to declare, thit nlthoynh ihe ALclria land received by tile litter, under i their opinions: OI this important subject; addition IIJ its mea jres- of rt !I.cfto'\ rJi

The court, however, pioceed to r.ay that vt-ry properly rejected the absurd proj oS'il. I princinl v.i; v.orlhlei-! mere incident thf c')ntiat' oflS24, would wilh more propri ;i 1st. Resolved Tint on the prostration ot f;; 3Icssrs Hrowns. have com-? forth
an alteration ,.VHI* produced in the rean! MI nf! I Thu defciidunt knows nothing of the 1 mi"ht bo of value. ;I'i l.e trrate'l! as taken in payment of half I business, tho destruction of credit and tlieileranrcmciit handsomely! and extended a liberal aid
l'
J the parties by .t contract, dated 13th July. I eniploviucnt by Charles," &c. | Independent; IJf thee to minfls :n''im- j I thit! un.: tnu! fU in (rxchan of half the of the currency of the country, wards the China and! East ludiiI'iarn : tr.ide.
between tho jouof .\.rrtd'iido t !leu'en Chailes, examined as a witneis 1 .VHig: tr.T-t. 1"lcc.JC a crisis has arrive! which demands tho cordial iI i- :
L, 1824. Levy =100 : ed above, the couit raise o'liT nt>ifclion. j it''r : cannot perceive I further that thu me-iHrf wIll
afterward* ratifi- by the father, by which ,av s, h-j wa-j employed in ihc year 1S24, h':: : to the relief! ftsu'! '. I It i MlaitJ '' tint tlc on- j ''low, acroriliiig to any !'fgi! notions, this latI' a rill u:1itt..r co-operatiun of all intelligent' likely cover net only the Enjn: tt"at:

un exchange was agieed on, of a noicty tj f..IillI..!., b/ Mr. Levy, and Mr. Joseph Arre.uondo : tracts between lilt pirlie% are entire,mid that !trr conl'l l 1.e considered; as the subject of! and patriotic: citizens of all classes, denominations :but may extend rtltf trM..ti:. ths Aaieri

I the Alligator Creek trart, fur an tq-u to search for a tract of ladd, which 1 complainant inu-t abandon al: and rannot '.onnr.t! in any -!)M'". evfn between A rre- and parties ia devisiug and executingsuch Chni trarle. I
land in Alachua" {ta'J undcrslood Mr. Arredondo had fJ'nl.111'1! Lew. Take from the measures as in judgment ot"enlignt- ;
quantity of conveyed select! one atid reject the othor. AVe are ; il payment 1 Great prejrmtiofa: ar" n kL!'; w
This contract i determined by this (0.'.: I to .'1r. Levy, the) grant w-as aid to be large, not told )lio* th' v' are enlir- or \' hv, f:1'cl nn bv L<*vvin I ISJO. and rcgrtrtl Levy ai thp ened wis-Join are calculated to relieve the (land for a ciis>jiiti! itancut, and

c.. to have worked a material change in t recondition 2tiOUd or 3U U acres of land," &c. &c. roferpnce n nude to :authoiitil in .supportof ; O'\lI"r ;..1.the AIIg-'tor!;:: trACt unconnt red I I country from cxisti ig evils. n"*w dt.Ci;!l1. Lord Joh'i Ku seil iniI
of the parties to haw a IT.med ill- *1 he term"waiver (ill I ight*,'"*cotnprom- such a hloit 11)1)). Thn entirety nf a mn. i with Ifrdowo! :m'l t this conlMct! of 1S24.I '1 1 2J. n.::,lvd, Tint it i ii the pirt of vvis- I address to his COr.oItiIIlCUt39 given in thIS

title and transfer, or conveyance nftlae other! is'an,1 mutual concessions for the bake ofrlpejce. I tract i iot not clearly defined, as fir n'IP : most obviouslv, calm.t b<: :'s'ipportoJ con- I dom awl pitriutisin: in enquiring tor the causes p"r. m,irk-4 the p-.!icy of the new rngn.

1 I, rtoiety of the Alligator land, to be a waiver : ." final oetlleineut of subsisting dt s- hive been al>''c to ascertain from the books, ., -idere.l simplv is a-i xthingo of tho Alligator -!' of others exUting anti evils with to avoid a single casting aim to censure seek an y. u:>2 <'ICCI retains the vvhi< cabinet-

ii of rights under the erroneous or fraudu! n\ : pute-4," tinal scilleincnt of the whole coa- i but i is more c\e.Hly drfir.ed 11n: tu! CI\'iI14W. : tract f for I ihe A!:irhu.t I Iract arid i th-n i< ':' upon! To do this the truth! :i !peal contt-st may be expected, '
'adequate remedy. ,
contractor 1820, and as purging this lati'I !rov'T-y," used by the court in reference toI We 3{>;>reheid: the deiigui I i.f the court Ito i I- :'a l.argnn: ofhaifa I tra'l hiving no existence m.st. be presented II) the, minds! ot intelligent minister, while hehilf and half roacUi*
contract of tbe consequences of the imp'Jie.l I I : HIM c Miir., t, ai\\n not ill the bill or ansuer, ; apply! tht-ir ri'iimk'* to M ca" in '; bid i the'jcontraf .: (for anmhrr' flffltf'.lt:1111". I In fact th-! ; con and nil the toi ies, pive the coup de grace to tiw 1
,
-
fraud and misrepresentation," to have Oj." rated mr are they to be found any uheie on ilu i t iiiip-iir''il (.lIl1I.r'I.COrttll| : joi\ .:j>ill\ 'rn(t ef I "2-1 was i rcclicalf-rl!! on the vvnrlhi upright men its,appropriate a an independent.:;ice.a judgment tra-notions of Mr. O'CoaneH, when be

t "as a compromise, ia which tho p.l' :iccord. No fcuch thing appears to have principl'!', bu coniM!: 'n-itc-l in rlallI"-! i 1'n 'H. ih'A'ligalor!! tract, upon the idea, 1.p'Tlorni I lies, !ved Tlia the causes of. dares his: opposition to 'an elective HOof

t\;t\ ties make mutual concessions fr tho sal-! been in the coulemplaiion of either ol thu i( Such wai the rate of (jl I-i';,.-ll. .... Thnrm-Jiofil-I I hat II\:- nil fM-tt-nce, it was Mjpp'irled the ruinous)results, in which among! I tic business' tlio Lords" or "the \'ohIllTUy; principJo oft

t I of peace," as *superinducing; a new contract jimties ; if they had such a dejigii, itUS ill 3d 1ie1411, 1 '*>. refVrrd! to by.> ouncl for ;lone bv the Poi) .*!t'-iit received from Levy in, : enterprise, the i :idustry, and we add, the li..irn"Iao! ala>! Who caa (furgclllw .I

compounded of stipulations of the: euy to have said, this contract is in full: ol I ll : appellant .vhirli! ; ; 50 nlily! i-.xi'| tinebv! th<. :1P.20.. Th. euisidert'ion then, for it, must Inpp.ness: of the are involve'nny !, are ,1I1IJU" declaration of Mr. C-inninj a ,

agreements of 1820 and 1824, changing IJUI:1 t l .ill disputes, or is to be a final nvtilcrncnt. j presiJeut, )1 r. Tucker.! '. I If the rontrarl i i. ;' ''If sou::l.t not in tho Alligilor! tract, treatcdh the withdrawal of{ country a 1 hrf'e anio-uit of I repe..liII' the Test and Corporation ael

not annulling. the first in date and purgi.isit i! The intelligent counsel in thu court bcluw, ; entire," sa., s he, if the! reciprocal'\ triti! ff rof : of no vnl-ie I bv th- pirtiean.l so deciiled i collected! for the public LIS!', from its ordinary money 'vul'le of yeutd before t.'e.v were swept ,
/:1 of all its imperfections," as a final sit-! : ;! seem not tu have regarded it, in that light,, I the Madn'ri! and Kentucky l-in'!, ar: indisrtolablv by the ro-irl. Lit: in the oMigation: of the business ciMunels and tie interruption th I board;!

fitment subsisting-n------o disvutcs.A ." and as d'i"i .j :I' they do not treat an such III their answer,,''I, iinkc'l in tin* agreement of tljf !,:arlv- to !IMV Inck th'* iiioT!'>v received! in the of the usual, t liciitie! coiisoijusnt far; the fulfilment We have given a very curiontiebat

-----I- be a final settlement of the whilt :! or by ,way of plea, they did not even make it j\, pa rties. I can 3'i-i no j jusiico in'ni.iaacll cnl1l\clliu; i -air: of tint'; !Ir Id. Ct n-i-lercd in this I light,1one :, conrncrcial engagements.> Theli3tribu- the llouso cf Comnjous *nWhile Cury La

> controveriy." an exhibit, and it i is scarcely to be prc"unicd, '! to keep I tic Marhioii l l.in-1. and Inlf fir that: ;ainoun. IMV in/ been paid j jihrough tion of a portion, of th-: public revenue among in this country, our giahture! vtIno >.

a This contract, 80 important in ho view from the ability displayed throughout the ![< iveiiiucky hnd ton, &.. &c" I Here I th'-n. { the .Vlachua; I IniJ. i the ether hit're- :, the States as imposed bv the act Congress, UP I'ght'-i' up"o all trade the usury fa*

taken of it by the court is thus referred to condnct of this case, so important l position'1 the Kentucky land is taken in piviucut bv mainstill Iifl.t iii, and is tju; to Levy. '. at point remote from the places of its t collection. they are relaxing ibera in Ktigland-

in their opini n. (( It is HOmO\\hat remarka-, could (have been overlooked. The court below To\\ Ics, fur thai III Madi uu. (;il.nielliI nut .iin. this f-uil t for obvious reasons'', The? excessive: issue of bank paper true principles eornruerce seem (tJ haft

ble.that a document to important in the consideration take this notice "fir, In tho first I would only agree to t.ike the Madnon 1 land wns commenced in ch mcery, yet tho rights ': and! the consequent abuse of bank credit; tIe \\ :de' and greater influence !a British"!

r of the cause should no where appear place it should be remarked, that; as Iu one t'on condition thtt TowNn \\; to take 1000J.icrcj I, of tie! pirtii's are lh. same at |jw. Let us '! extensive and) rash! contracts in the I purchase lation than here. With us it i iia.1 party

amongst the exhibits or proof in the half of tho tract of 38,400, no controversy is of Kentucky lanil ill pnyment. If.t I suppose[ a birt; at hw In have been com- !;(I of laiJcity lots, stocks and other property, intrigue.

cauxe." All tbatlhu court can know of this' now existing, it havingbeen compromisedin I then Tories h entitled tfa snntl the con-j m-Miced bv J l-"vy ag'iin-t A'redon'Jo, for the i)j i in which m':n of limited! resources, in their The npWg from. the continent u >erj

deed exchange, must be Liken from the Juy'! 1324: by exchange for a conespou- 1 tract for the Kentucky land, because !h1* can !; recovery !f $J,000, the purchase nnny oft!i zeal "to make: haste to be rich,*' have engajjeil : important.

description of it in the bill, and as admittedin ding quantity oflands in the Alachua! tract, I not get the Lewis laid, which! was his 01-\\ till 'ii-J AUi-jHtur trict.. couldrrcJon !o i|i )-t'le:) neglect of a suitable, attention to COLUMBIA, \ t G l"ST 4.tinnati ..-. .JriI1c,('

the answer. Tbe object and eflect of ;ilit 1 by deed bearing date the 13th of that month. ject, Glassell! i is equally entitled t.> a reci- ever pli-id tuis con'rict of I S21 in bar t'> the that most "_:,..",'I! and h-Tr"mb!? .";"ipbyrncnt, and Charleston Rait Road

there stated to be an exchange ot a rnoie- The matter in liligition relates exclusively! I sion, if he cannot make: [p 'lIIc'lIln Kentucky -! action ? Could ho plead otherwise thin lint: : !I I'the cuhivatiun of the soil, and as .a conscqucace ire h-ppy tj I karstiut the sarvevt for
ty of the said Alligator creek land, for an to the remainder of the tract, and to the land, which: wad his olijecl." iic. &c. one half of his covenant, as in th: Alligator1!! (i the im with such *
I : Jrtatio:13 of large quar.titici: : work .
;p are procccdiu:
equal quantity ofland in Alacbua, owned, payments corresponding then to." Were Now it i is (quite evident tint this case cani tract had: been ilisdiirged by th j receipt of, ol bread stuffs-the of great 'entire corflpl1"*
or alledged to be owned, by said Fernando there ambiguity about this contract, there have no application to this out- bf-foro the an rqiril quantity of land in iht Alachua i i I above great excess import.itions ,. patch as promises their ttockholoci
aiJ ii this the
: the
o'ir
of
: : before the
Arredondo, aenior. It further appears ftom might; be room for contest ; but the terms couji 1. Arc the contracts herd indis.olubly Iract Coiitd! he plead! th-it thi> bill been exports way, meeting

the statement ia the bill, thxt then and after, Used by the parlies in our humbld conception f linked There is no inios, .i!>ihty of executing -, received) in full !fsatisfuctiou and discharge? contracting of which i.f large requires foreiga tlie; withdrawal debts, tin of paymcnt October next. There extending are now the tbrrt s .
tbe the defendant, exclude all idea of final tiers We : a Cades; of Engineers
complainant urged upon expressly a the contiacH by conditions of the humbly upprchfiiri; not.Oti
corresiondent amount of fund from the ordi- the mountains.
Arrcdondo, but without effect, a similar settlement's hiving been made, or having nature involved in thu! Virgini.i ca: <5". Com- ; lh; wholu counsel for eppellec hopes !I I channels[ of from this place to
nary : business at home tlie iJIc- will connect
exchange for the oihomoeity of the Alligator : been designed by this contract of 1324.: As pen alion may here readily he rendered, a-i! lh.it lie L.is: so farsucccRdeil IS to incline the !j! and One of these surveys cIwl"
I ness, luxury extravagance in which toomany : 31 Ir. Clark for the
the line
land. admitted by, the court, it was an exchange < f money was received for thy I.ul'l-liur call ', court to p-iusp. mid to re-oxuuiine their decision. i i have indlll"cl-thc! intense i run by from &* p
This gives but an imperfect idea .f this contract one moiety ef one tract for a like quantityof 'j anyone doubt, if money had been the Sole !I Il,; d-)"s not profess to h ire argued !I excitement- vvh'cli .has pervaded all political of; ton Kail Koad stde Company of the, Cor"8 TI'

of 1S24, & as thn dwcisiou .If h-j case another ; now by what process of reasoning payment in the Virginia case but (hat the )I the case with tin ability it deserved. Hoi j the and, h.is parts down the east 'fbi3 sur.
country, : subjected public it in the Fork.
has been made it, Hhavo with can this be construed to mean the transfer decilionVoulJ have been l"II I will have attained every : and crossing:
; to turn upon '-(elit. Can it I Ibo i every thing, if he Ins succeeded measure tu the test outs c:1t.: Branch in th eailj
probable :
t
I a view to its correct U'ld r.t.lnding. taken of the entire portion of one tract for a doubted, that on di"ccruill a mistake in in presenting such points as will at- influence upon ; will puss Hi Uocky "lon'.lboJ'
and which the
the entire account a* given in t1"., bill portion another tract having but half tho the Kentucky land purchased with monev, Ii tiact Ihe l I'avorabU attention of the court, soLs party of the!, by and the mOl ordinary\'d institutions j| putof\l.n town, arid One run brigaJe by is now
country Chester
and answer, from which the court them- sHtnc quantity of acres / In other words, an that they would have ordered a return of the I ; to induco a reconsideration of their opinion pursuits of business men have buun involved! II the York lower and end 'J.th w Iiu* aIJ MOCCW
elves, derived all their information, acknowledging exchange was made of one moiety or h.ilfol money : %hether Micc.'s
the document to be no where in the a tract, containing 38,000 acres, say 19,200 Again it is said, the parly may not sc.1 I he trusts ho will hive discharged his duty to .Itt,. Resolved, That: :,1.1 and silver coin I upvarts. is a lint;
record acres, for a like quantity: ol 19,200 acres, lect to perform one part and reject the other. Ins client. THOMAS BALTZELL. constitute the only constitutional standard for Another brigade surveyingpasses of Broad l'
That of the bill is follows : the moiety or halt of another tract. Now --- from the junction t\
,
part as To such nn offer, defendant ruay well objectnon ---- the exchangeable! value of property; and the Columbia .ntte '
,
.Your orator further shew unto y.111' how can these terms bo so far varied as to hate BuSINESS CONVENTIOX.PHILADDLPHIA da rivers opposite to 11'
infedttra rc/jj. It will be observed issuing or continuing as a general! currency, ; Laurens and Greentuw- -
honor, that indefinite and vague reports, hadby ,I compel one of the parties to part with hit that this language in used in favor of the Aug. 2,1 A. :.- -At Bank paper, which is not redeemable at all by New-berry.will probably connect Wlrk

the month of July, 1824, reached your en.'iro tract of 38,000 acres for the 19,200 vendor, a party having in his possession money a general convention of representatives of times in tho precious metals, is unjust and line below Messrs. Dexter and
orator, which created a doubt in his mind as acres zfthe other tract? of his businessmen ia its effects the route surveyed by or,,
adversury'rf procured through II from different portions of the unequal upon people, andsubversive mold under tbe order of this Tow;
to tbe actual survey and location of thu said A proposition as dtated in the bill, was sale of land which tho court have declared I II country, without distinction of for of the best interests of the commu unite, with Clark's route down IW r.I J,
Alligator creek lands and with a view of mad for jLJinil settlement, so as to take (tho fraudulent made party, may withcr |
or through mistake. Now the of full nity. be connected ?
I I purpose a f and candid exchauge I A line which may bII
c guarding and securing iiirnetf against ihe entire quantity 39,000 in Alachua land :1it u submitted that courts do not proceed in of sentiment and I 5th. Resolved, That a well-regulated and of the routes below this place! ba*
.
posrtible troth of ihn sntd, reports, ho entered which win admitled to be urod, but was re- I decreeing a return of the monny tn cases,of'' of causes and effect thorough of the investigation prjcnt? deL -,! well-guarded system of Bank credit by which I, surveyed up the rally of Broad river, w {
i
bills at all times redeemable in gold and sil-

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rToickettj* and then on the ridge w ill agree tliat they hud good CIUte. The accusation An _
arrived
town this
express in _
from _.
Green river. AnddeilnoV a bri- was made in aniwcr to remarks morning I -- -
f\ of OUT with regard to Gen. The Indians
alley Jesup. continue
*. Gen. /o go m and out xanaiz NOTICE. NOTICE.
the ofa line Clinch. frim"
engaged on survey of Gen. Clinch How have
in
abused him awe t Foil King a friendly mannr. TUs frontier months afrer date I shall present my Touch LL holding claims agminst James Pat
theogtb ? We SIX persons
route letter
valley near pubttshcd a
the written I
f 4
hiCb 9C himself by remains quie' PORT OF ST. MARK. and apply to tho Hon. the Judge of the terson. late of Jackson county, dtccucd era
er, and will pa by Unionville contradicting his asseitiou that he deemed County Court Gadsden county, for a final s ttie- requested to prcstat them, duly uthentJcited..

cUl n Uiugc.i his force in 1834 insufficient to keep the Seminolejm From the Boston Co! itr Julj-' 19th Airixtd, Aug. 10, U S steamer Marion, Uysdyk, meat and discharge from the aoministration of the within the time prescribed by law,or this notice will .,.

i1ie aUo making on the ridge; IJPi i check, and tint he feared u war Thii the The Daily Advocate J.u1y20th from Prnsacob via St Joseph. estate ol Ctpt. John hIltS, late of Gadsden county, be plead in bar ?f their recovery. AH persons indebted *

uncy i and Tiger, which willW"0 Georgia logician calls "abute." We stated be bad a coircspondqoce contained Steamer Columbus, Pinny, from St Joseph Flcrkla. to the estate are hercty required to make

i theI Enoree no pickets around Pert when be'.acen Messrs. Wil U S blean.er American:, Loiden, from guwannee JONA. ROBIXSON, Adrcinislrstor. immediate payment to the subscriber.iMARY -
: Broad river route at King the war broke ]liam h Foster ami li 1837.
the one John river. August lm PATTERSON Adrr.'x.
fa Q. Adams. Mr. Fos ,
out. Is the fact denied? No
1 connect ni the ruutc by the Saluda mountains \\> stated lie had But it is "oiust." ;ter requested. Mr. Adams to favor the pub 15, left for Suwannee ricer, steamer Hyperion, NOTICE. Jackson county, 9lK July, 1S37._58 2m _
not, before the tak _
war
,,13d, *n pains ]l lic with h* Smith, witli government sores.:
views on the appropriate policy of r ison< indebted to the estate of All H.
oiLer.jt to obtain GROCERIES.
information U S
topographical Marion
*tlbe that when the proper as 1:8: the steamer ftysdyk, for ?uwanneeanj ALL
*11 J tJiui, be seen stockhol.t should have done. Isthc assertion disputed? No go crnm ntm relation to the revenue. Santa I'e livtr, xxikh gov-rnnivnt stores. late of Leon county,decead, are requested have j just received from New Orl October they will be in Me-. Adams' torr>ake immediate payment; an the hav- '
meet in posses- Unsn\s: this S.IC, August \ j.l.iLlogs.t! it ia most reply is asfolloxxs:- ) ciaims stuu estate invoice of Bacon, Claret Wine. Madeira
are
against noubed to
ag
) tlie) facts necessary to a correct de- f, nl "eil-fe Ilnd QCINCV 1st July 1S37. MARSHAL'S SALE.BY Hereby H'ine, Pickles, Whiskey, <4.J which w will ae D
P fall( >
the route t3 be idoptcJ.r ubly deficient \ias (K-nt-ial Clinrh 2nd his or> IVilliam Foster, Esq. Boston: xitluu .Uid in pursuance farcriam writ oi j by faw, t-> the uiuleisigned, or they will be low for cash.G.. H. Sf T. E. L1NDENBERQER. -

in knwltsJge of thu couuiry, >\itlnn Un nnlf: el. DC \P. SIR:-Your friendly letter of the 21 st ( cution, issued out t.t t ?the Sup| :rior J"Urt oith forever barreil. KOxv; P. GRANT, 29 IS37. 51

.!auttioii ( K nt Drain. .j I' nit. has remained "MidJlj Dis-rkt of Florida, in in I l"-.r lliucoun.v Adrn'r ofAsa II. Rhedcs.Augiibt July _
;: ) tlal h.s perhaps already too Ion
flE FLLR1DIA1 4 uruiyJf.M .j iitir j ;: .it' Jfllersui', I leturnal'L: to r uxt-u.U r terui ol'bnio 12, 1837. 1.2mNOTICE. NOTICE.
v\ay, wc b-ijt isc the Ma'.nr.cnt Wk>* 'unanswered, but when 1 u-ccived it I had -
] ourt, ia xvi.icli writ tlic Gut (-rilIr li( tlis: Tcrritcrycf REUBEN SCOTT
DAVIDSON &
t.icnour.rcJ \ H. M.
| JIB "aii'jif.1 .1. itic w j, Qen (:tIILrh, I expressed opinions respecting the present Fli'ri.ia i 1) t.t.1UItiI'', anil .A-lu .M'Dr.vi-ll,jr. J1tsn :. II are my agents to transact any business ofmine

; c rtfaUd from ioir..? or w'K' ; condition of our public affairs, in ansxvt-r to .1f'D"Xi-il$. cud .Jiitn:: Faircioili am d J< fenda.ils, I.Vi.ttl.nu ALL person ir.dottcd to tl.e estate of Durant C. in* Gadsden county. M r. Davidson ii also au- .

] 1 SATURDAVJUGUST: (: : 19,1.37.w'j ; duty d-maulcd of t. N\> : mrt than, tt ic : inquiries froin.some of my constituents: of the a' urday thc7t ti diy ..i .ti.Ur, IdJ7, srlllat I l.ue of Lrou eo'iivty, deceased, are requr.sleil tlioriz d to receive and pay tie debts of the late firm
ue'l, ,,1CS ideo iIJIIitCLi to make iIr.ydiae and those
ho !
uop | I uit linage ILL ", tjI jui clny in 14bat :- payment;
ur miecuies upiiusl L.a.. PcrJually, e could; j I2ih Congrcs-iional District, WhiCh have since Lour*, tit |>ulnio OULlIll1, for r4I!l, iic tr.iiCWlng having claims aaist said estiur are ketely notified firm of Harrison and Wilder.IPM.. U. WILDER.Apalaehicota .

are authorized and rcqucsJcil to pie-scnl :| have h"d no motive la ilJufc! is llputatotl! 01,L been publi.-thcd, and which} I prt-sumu are r. nul iif s.u I lelcnil.int, Jhi.If'i'oxxi i1 I, xizr U'ost to present turin in proper form, wirhin the time prescnbo 1st Augusr, 1837. 52-6m

,38)flS G. TK-IRNTOX. E'q as a candidate I I WoUnd ins 'ceiin. Op the > explicit as you may think they ought to be -it t j I .Hid wes: uilf .f.N C qujrt. r cfbei U MI 21 I lou ushio J by U.v, to the undersigned, or they will be _, __ :
I ha 1 hoard I
I the i*>"peof! Leon county in the j hf was a most nr._ aWt contrary, this time and which will for 2, rantt I/, .i aiul E-cot IK I t < ( X E ijujrtcr ec 3, I forever burred. ED H P- GRANT, MARSHAL'S SALE.BY" J
| anj hitUJlion %% hat .
tluj.I
144311 pass
ULJ I i Adm'r
Council. ? I T l RJ a und K taat hull"of! N L DuiantC. Crafu
ttt34tVt I I'c3re our 1 cc 4. T I Nof Virtue and in of a certain writ _
byn-paihi-j. pursuance
,: t We have uot the hea.t. tu feel I I j are worth in the community.j R 4 I.-i; j uf NV i S 4T, 1S, 1 1' R 4, taildIn. August 12th, 1837. I .2m execution, i iued' out cf the superior court

sutlIJi7el and requested t t43Ufl4UflCC, i p.ca urc \0 tiJ7: ThS.rLue, or degfrtdation of any), j I still believe it the duty of every good citizen ; t i NK I oi b t'81, I, R t, S aiid L, anJ ihr lai: TEN DOLLARS of t the Middle Djairuit of Flork'a, in and for tha ,

t \\ candidate j jrfjjorJiMESbTi. man, a'Jvj (lftcil% Wouu ucil I pensc with: ratl/cr% 'h.in, to contribute, according to his ability, i [Ir1Pvt riii-iiis tl.trcoii. REWARD. county of Jefferson, returnable to November Term

ART, as a torque LI.I;* the slum and toxvard the forming and of I.tvit-il) UKIII; pud to be sold as the j jlrtlpery! r>t said STRAYED fmm Talkbassee Rail-road de. of said Couit, in which writ Darius Witttxms aixl
% unflinchingd'i.iauJ modifying
ithc jK-ople of t Leon county in the next Lc ofju>i.cc j publicl I J'I'ii M'Uoxxcll, one; of said 1CiIL..t-L-., t.> sai.sfjsa.u llth of July, u Urge black mare John A. Crai; tradm undor the firm of D William-j
ii "pDnour: f-IK\v uitn.; ilodo been iuflacnetd l opinion, because she i is more than the mule. who will
:auc Cuuucil.UereauthrtnwdanJrecjBeKtfJ. oyj ever \xit: ;icir; lin to la v. Any perSOn diver the said mule & Co. are pltffj. and Robori Victory defendant. 1

j, a"V '..Ostilc fttlin s tn\ar Gtn. Clinch, we mig'itLre L | queen of the world; but for the regulating oi t 1V/OS. LSTOXI5y RANI'LI'If, M. 'I o >ir. A. J. Fislier-m Tallahassee, or at the Ril101J hall on Saturday the 2d day of September, 1S37.

to cfe.ided our ronurksto the period of the d 1 my oxxn conduct, a long and trying experiIMS S. 11. ULVAL, 1). if.I depot, shall receive the ubovc reward. Any sell al the Court House io Moniicello, on said day.

I L. 1'ius ** a candUUit 10:init1r'- "f ] feat of With'acojchic, and iati fuels whioli:' IMS taught me two lessons, though not I AuIU, 1637._2tfMARSHAL'S_ i inforiuatioa given will be tliAr.kfulSy K.i'UDLER.received. in i i5 legal hours, at public auction, tot cash the following -

J 5Jui,it t tl.e :oit'iniy? < :' Jcflcrsou i'4: the next L:' <;o\ lair Cull has not) staled. s !iu ms ce.uly! tht L always to square my conduct by them. Tlvo ; SALE. August 12, IS.t7. 1 .7t l land qrnrtrr of said of Vic'orythe.section 22, township west half J,of range thnorthwest ; _

!. 1- volunteers wne not to bl-une; fi-r that diwrucfu'l I IlITJriC first is to distrust the ,, of > Y vi-ti'.eaitd __
Ia ( CUflC correctness in i'tia certain
own north
-ue my B pur&uiiire i-rt: of }I\ MANSION HOUSE 6, aid cost, containing eighty acres, more or
and drf! t: but uc nfrunJ.: Or! .4te- : opinion' upon every thing prospective and / ( AvcMi'oii, ( pluncsissucil) < ut of the sij'eriruut | less l to satisfy a judgment in aid court against sai i ST. JO.SEPFLORIDA.. ______
> U.V 1Ic11t of LhI( *. B nij-lc t'aris, unsnjxd} w> h co.iiiiuii'a, ; conjectural-the second, never to flatter nlv- _; of the M ''iile Ihairici of Pimitiu, m tui.i 1r |i Victory for S86 91 rent drht, Wt 81 cents cost, cbtained -
of St. -I'E; ihe Mansion House
>*fiuM' .err., t.4(1.] M rV8 at .\.I.e.c..unv: f JJToisu", rtturnvi'e tou Novertlierrn frojr.etorof begs to of foreclosure of
'ioP "'f l.irjx | woulii. xx doubt nut, h.ixe b.'i' stirmaiizeJ by il.iiChroiiicl -' sell that will have h-s siix-cre t.uinks his friends upon a petition mortgage
ofJus opinions) influence return
| to and the
1 < : poriion ntisiiU ui my } any lr >7. in v. h r.h Ji'11. s L l\u-s is (il.unuff, am! against said tai-Itsnd. sold underbid
mortgage.
11 d ieds.: '. C .itsni'ed 1 to become u cainiiila.e t < : and' relate ii.t.t- c Ji or as 'uftinr.!" Verily -'j up in tin action of my other human beinir. j Ji l I rt I K: >< '.U ill fit'iilaul, 1 sh;>Ii on .S'.ituidnv ih 7-Il!i pitbli; gene rally, 1.r t.e! liberal' patronage which F THOS. E'1 fiN RANDOLPH. Marshal.

1rrf',' .u Jim 1 1 tI.* CtU.Ly of Lei Kqurc C. (ve ve a 5'j-j re, || Tluit in thu present condition of our conni y c .uc. m J/.TIII | ; Aug. 1.1337. By SAM. II. DUVAL, D. M.MARSHAL'S .
Iy gia' Con.-1 Yiusu>. oia batd in Iv.l l'O''r tell j assure ihrjn that no luturu exertions shail be spared _
at d his mine is Joues,) tlwu urt a mo t s>u' tic loicin I have decided oinions the ,,0- county i-.t | ub.ic
L% i try, very | upon i uiiLkicn. Lie foIin[ iu4 property, vizHlav -s, J.'tl. 'j to lender it worthy of a cooitnuauce of their lavdurs. SALE.BY .
-a flL'st' ,ie! d.caIe-a most s;< a-iinii' _
It tfrgrrrt: : >-il lu mm iiKUv Cnpt. J, 'U' > i- ;; post; tiering from those ofa Lugo majority ( >fiia, Jj-lf, (j.lu-rt: Isj-ir.I Oiloerl jr, .Virb'.i, (;Ir- VIRTUE and in pursuance of a writ of
ii WI' L4.haL fir; the w. t L-jjuUm 1 and inrctiious difen
: our.cu.e of I'cnyuig' l'tfl uSh-geil fact, it is act a iJc as "at.'' i our views of the expedient action for the fu- ./Ud.all: the hllclI.| U and t kit':! lI. Uirnitine, farmii j South who are dcbirousof procuring a pea! ant arid United States: America is plaintiff and Christopher .

ioL What H poi Mit >n-i'l III 1tItlL4LIIt must tliut be, thI in g Uttlibli-! :.J h.r' i-, I 'i.uie,j c-jw autl ca ,es, a<:dI i hmlthy rcsiJmce during the summer season, the t C.V'illiam and another are defendants _____
lure, might, a great degree, dejjend upon of St. Joseph ol"er! u.iparalelctl! ad
I tour w lit el r-'a'l l w a my many van-
i., i:hrn t.td and rc'j' esinl to announc* I pruiiUiicuiion ofxhi<-h uk-n- deprives re.3 ncfiti one iu. i Lssueil oat of the Superior Court of the Middle
L !i the conclusions to which we have come upon i! Levied en n< the o: sail defendant 'u _es; the I.taiot'lhe day is cuastintly tempered by
.M.j S' r.Mididit j-roptity n-l' of Plo ida for Leon ,
'i .is a : to irj'tr-eiit Ju'cr- slrcnstSi aid fads ol" their lone. Th"bc %vlllJ have District ; County, ace!also of a
': in the I n< \l Lewis'a lite Cuunc.l.f | jtl-iopast, it is impossible that the ,ILi uudci sai'l txec'iuon' is>ucJ Upon a decree ot'' 'the cool Ills! invigorating sea breeze, anJ the al>- l like writ, issued out of the same Cctirt, in which _
in past; times bten wo.it to itt us down atto which 1 should deem the only izzcaure"S rem- .t'I C it:. (tor/he f'-re-loiiire o: a luori jge given !i !sence of any large body of fresh- water entirely! exj James McMtriiin's administrators are plaintiff.

; Tc cd1 of the jowois ttuit le, aul I a bein;; anN invrriI'I :. by him to -ai.l j.i. i< liff, djfel iKli: diy I of t'cb,1'j 'unpts the city from any local causes of dise ise. Sea and said C. Williams
CV I Christopher and
i ; Wil'umVya'.t, an J Jiinis i rdies for our complaints should be acceptable bathm- tQ.il of health others ae 1\\
5 rt f-ifi', K-'j: aic ntixicus to l>n.iki vie'h i \ ht.," x\jl!t loubilc-s> be s-irpiiicd tj ham thuil.c 1 L7 .J", l t"r 5=;*))0( Jub/, besides in'eiest! MH! cjsrs, ac- ; : important preservat''ve may defendants- h.ivt levied open and shall! on Saturday
the of l litre be 1 in its
to 1 and eiijoyc pertection
ruling power our country. am, <-'Jldil /<> I'W. gre.itest a comin>>
!e wL i! a., i'A Hit r u.am-s tw IK njuuct-d u> c.ui- Jiult "ilajutJ/i"' husilra.\vu >it.cirrle. % ihU1 lI. .. IlIIgtC d the second day oi tember.; 1237,between
Uitlt been
house erected
ct ,,, r< | resent tl c coauty of L'-on vn t'.e iX lie/ h.tt alvj sciitar.cd! the IsjtIk ixiwci_ t during a greater part of my life have been, THL'iV Vb E RA.M>OLP/f. Mir hhl.Ly ou fine? hi'e sand.having Nor are the means en of a boltonnif ... legal hours on said day, at the Court House in Leon .
C'jUfiCll. MiM VwTHii.NOTICE. 1 in u It is the business of the ; if. /; C.UV..IL, 1>, .V, amuac to lo the
u lve: minority. majority I County, expose saie highest bidder fo ,
( vj1cti Los placed us CJpf.x e is a 'niieii out of Un. D1edAugu.t M7 l 1H.J7 -j.Js t mentvnntinjc; sail boats are always at hand for an"icursiou j
,
cash foliow described land
the
: and ing in said ,
pt c'.e' l la thrb to propose accomplish measures. on the beauliful and picturesque county
tives
S-.un's sir n; >o.x. lund : ami' biy,
.-The IUJ5 ol tJw tux coh.CTLr, W1 I It is too much the practice of minorities to 1 gjLS&JiIIehCrI, of the: Tallahassee Kail-road I where the Ii''tie island of Inch Keith, whose gardens viz. dertio-i4, towuship 1 range I, north and wejt. 14
*
p w I ia it f O'li town a few Ivlt lliu the ''wreck ol nicrchaiit and lie! crush of baaks, Lot no. lec13., T. 2, Range I, N 4- W-t Lot No.I ii.
il.iy i re
v at I |4 _B_ Con pay rc htreliy noi5eJ; tliat! an ins'al-i arc a irr.king instance of taste, ingenuity and ; p -
all I
r-
?QT 101.h.: .- > : ut' :}uis>c wljj nia'itu'! settle a,,. we luvc, a.r! fet'lingovcr and oxer again: in x-.in ; expend their energies upon devices to defe.it i iii'-nt ( I f I I 1-3 j-ir cent K orJcitd t > bo paid i-r. the1TJih severance, has afforded a scene of general attraction pe I, sec. 3, T I, R. 1, N iV ; Lot no.2; sec. 2, T. 4II
1
tnt in our L/ircl. ( i-k'.t to find a iill !! the measuies of t the majority. Tlie 1 of I tR.N&WlN- Isec5T.IR..IN4- I
i p p'rjy picayun", September next. Cy oner ihe I'rcii'.drnt. I 10 visitors. Carriages may at any time be procured[I,

< n %% JbItI! x\e i.1J l Ltt ii .'. rcxululi- U try S> ldi .\ 01, i question of rivht and wrontr, so far as iy ex- Au-: 19. 1=:372 .1 J.FIV//LR, i'tc'y. j ai.d the drive along the beach combines the pleasure IF, and the improvements thereon. Levied upon ni
|l fi' cre 1I"4s"' *' < r;u u.i' Cunvtni'i'n ___ and sold as the property of said Chiisiopher C. 9
>
b ;< aiid h d got slightly xvoundod in I lie wars, or co.e tic! j periencegoes. is of ti>e to either party only ; of inhaling the sea breez's, and gratifying the eye a .
Williams writs
THIRTYRJVA 1)OLLAItS REIVARI ). to satisfy saiJ acoordin" t law.
fl t rii.l'd' > t tpl.ia evin-e owl 1 : beautiful
't'td > a succession strikingly
bf ut I fut for the. of y
i scenery.
t: 't-iir otne Sfivice, liy \\ hiihxect.ulJ bat e claiaicd! ; piirpOM; making professions. THOS. ESTON R4NDOLTHM.
\V.\- tiom tl.e of Dr. ASH!! With
plnnlat-an these atrractions
,
and others which it
; v "u ron.p Md it. I'arty ]>rt of a national: Ni-gr i, viz: JU.N K& !I.i 'Ih TV U[tE, |i would be tedious to CLumcratr, ,many proprietor cf the By A3!. H. DUVAL, D. M.

it a
I j' i-t me L'nii'd' States is not touched.V lunia that iiiilher Uncle: Sam Grnrrul Jocks, j multitudes of individu.d We j lixcry c'f' e.tlur of the above nt Krai.L is uh
e axcr, n I, are now told j groc a I j w every delicacy, lo xvhicli the bay contributes a MARSHAL'S
SALE.Y
m !h j jU iical i'ic< tot ;pri jubej tj rfti ..vit a i ,! !rk" ,iul..toUiut'Ji! yarsof t -June an-1 j''nth of fiali .
c Mr. Van Cjren, Amoi Kcnd ill, Nick DulJi*', *! that all the banks in the United States haviM1' gc 3bldCk. supply among which are the Green xirtne and in
: i n.alaJ.ts of the \\t.o The l-xo tail an abi.ut thirty vetrs old. Turtle! porsi-anceof writ of Jim/ -
? .ay ountrv The ben 1 1'I Ponp'no, Flounder, Sheejssica l >cA B
& i G -xernor Call: have cxer yet giicn I u a coppu i suspended specie payments-and ulsat is the i | WAI. JOA/NaON j' CMS de inwti et Itrris, in which Samuel S.
uui i', Ti.oi', i Cj? every mm H f hoi* inIn dIt l 1 ) 'r stocUol w ith the! choicest winE 5 av'J liquors, anhambcrs it1
COa the v. y ol biibc, piiisi p, *iij I tI'I'I, or d' iice ir, ii n 1 strsjHM >ion of>pacie payments but settling the 2-lt Mai..ige.- Dr. A>h. i iALL '- furnished wi.h excellent bed linen Barr is plainutf, and Christopher Q. Williams in
vie t. 1reJI 41 l 4.c.
)
'3 TI g.itlg% ifl3rff4U'.'% '- otHof, citlKr of )jrrotUor hnriimr, i'f any de cripti m I, l lars of property at defiance? If the president [ His: ;>erson. l attention wil. always be given to ttie defendant, issued o it of the Superior Court ot the
iti.t. Ifl ( u wall rtf U lo ri-h'\e tio naoVt NOTICE. YLiddtc Distiict of Florida fur Leon I have
or natuic Txhdtsocxcr, for seivices past, jiiesht, ITlo and directors of a bank ha\c issued a comfort of his guests, and he can conS lentIjr assur county
T ." lIt to be both ./und ]>.'liry ..itumfi d nsowrinjjlots witi.in the limits of thf them thit shell be found levied upon, and shall on S.tkirdaZthe 2d day of
e n c, to "nfrnsf'Vr Ierais' : ibeni&clxc IlIn('flu million of bill live dollars notliing vrantmg.
) i.f
to
hIt... promising pay I / the city of Tallah 'ssc-, arc ROBERT .2R.X1 STRONG. September, between legal hours on said day, at the ,
: ccr, of the nruy or nuliiM, the ] eop'e of I-ilri(1I I- to the holder of each and every one of themi[I hereby notitltd t t" cleanio the tame on t-r before >aturday N. B. .1 stenmboal is established Court House in Leon county, expose to sale to the ,

t t let. n tl.at a duI ti-ok jjjaro at r .v.s.ac .lj a 4)sea, Micaiiopy, Sam Jonrs, or any bocy e' ..-, oti the suspension of specie payments i is, by one !j next, the I Oth in,t. ofa'.l calculated! dt between this city now anJ St. Marksandar to mn regularly h-ghesl bidder, for cah, the following described land
t tit cause UlMMkc, xixveedi tra-.li filth of in Section
or said viz
I i' ony ntlitr n'an. im.t, or tiling in tin* or any otl.cjI act the breach of million of ex'eiy rangements are making for a line from N. Orleans fouoty, : 4Townsnip 1, Range
betsveii1.iit.IuIu one
db .fl'C, uf the r* avy- promises. description AH LOTS n, t at'eiiJe'l to by the which will afford 1, North and West, Lot No. 1-Section 33Township2 -

I //jniiuhan, a me i !b .r wftlic Larof %. c, I world. What is this but fraud upou every holder of r J time nt>ox-c stipul K.J will I I.e c'cnn' ed by the hands route between that the place shortest and this and.Norlh most j.Ieasan 1 !, Range 1, North and West, Lot Jt t--Sec
,
iran 0 X n ujtd; in the |! Weundcrstond from i hour e worthy of the ln 'i- J and charged to the oivnersot's.irc lais; and in event 2-i'eciion Township I Range 1 Norlh and
;
cvc 1 tt. t4J the dw.nte cii'iia'cd at curds.IM the president and directors of such a I MIDDLE DISTRICT FRANK ,
est confidence, tlml jiositive orders have been nIceivcd { >the owners reading: to [my for s.rd: work, the lots LIN SUPRCOURT. West; East l.2ofN.E. 1-4 Sc.tion5Townahip1.
bank and skilful !
the artist who
e fcie engraves a I j will be sold ttt public auction fr tla of the I North and West and the
.
Gen from the War DepjrtmeiV to payment Range impr vcmcn:
Jit-up ,
ehoc: PU ilT.\NT, IF TRUE' by bank bill, a lac-simile of the bill signed by the I same. n ILIIA* FORBES 'I| Assumpsit. Attachment I fo r thereon Levied and sold as the of
i upon
idtioiis after the fiiil cf Otoh! property
tur umnKs to ?* Irtcnd in th cuUitry.'vhf) %% _., dis1otnPC dy --r president and directors, and saves them the S. H.COliRTNCY, vs. $202.50, issued July 15ih: said Christopher \Vilhdins, to satisfy said writs S
1 ezt tu nil, except a few, wlu are nol mviitcred I in j jhcseivic : Ta'lahissce! AUK. 1 1, 1S37. 2 IjriJi:1..NUTICE. JOSHUA GRANT anJ 133. Returnable! to I '0Cinnis s
J j D'i.u to send us a very fine svdIcrne1nhI.cz .- i i trouble t of signing it, by doing it for them! Tlie City WHEATOS accorJing ta U*.
.ti iuiv audi of ilu U. Sute. Suh an cr.Jer! wjs J vcaiberTerm, 1337.
r.onrbiiti-(
anpricialc Is f ur taitf. \ TIIOS. ESTON RANDOLPH It?.
I !< o4.LtIt.Iklp'.ttCU nly difference that I can see in the two opcrjations [ r in H E defendant m said case, and all others I inJL -
Ta1LII4LeT It .Z.J44JIL. ( \ij'i "pring. to take efliciin May; Lut ByS.l.ILDUVALD.M. c p
is i ; that the artist gives evidence of (i < IX weeks after Ja: I shall terefted, will take noticeof the institution of
t'iruqji t'iareprcet.ttl.' < nsf Governyr C ul and stiperior e, apply to the lionK Dated July 7th. 1 l3S7. 50-ids
IT'i : tne JuJ. of thj said suit, and of the issuing of said writ of attachment -
skill and : It c County Court of JeflftriouI'O'tn'y : _
| superior modesty. i ij
ki > l requires -
I i'c'T -}p.i: nt''M-cir-la' SP urcdiirJitbfi I t.ei.- : J. We ijcli.jveI : anJ to
jsprc'ty o it wIts r. pie< canntt for letters of ad nmatraton: on the e- iaie appear and j-leadto the declaration LONDON PORTEB.L .
.igLuur! of\VuicJ.nf2n.! !i IM I e n thai the will be The !j more i talent tosi n! another man' name, than I 1 of Jusel-Ii > filed in said action .
ug1 I pr stnl pcrsisit-d; in. s utrncinnot Carter, deceased. according to the statutes in >( / bottle*, received per brig Alert, '
: vrB-' t') Va Ilji' ? if we wouiJ EPiC: U'C c"'irv 411 i I ( be s>o hiMitle s, ** .tted l lu a s>f tie ol"tlie' i iilT' i one's own; and the counterfeiter does at least L HACHA'-'L CARTER[ such case mide and provMed. 34 from Liver1ool. Fur sale by

aid ijB !4iItSr and w>rri'' of iiiscorn njim.i'tni'*, d4re-t'}'. j % : r.rgs of our c tiz. 11 is m many sectiois, ns nW>jhis{ i work in the dark, while the( suspenders of'i ilICCjIj _! CLL. -- I'.y .1. .M. iVo l, Atfrniy. Dael I CHARLES 3. SISLCT, At/y of Pi'ff.5C3m TU RBUTT RDEI TONFeb. I '

H :iiurtllv, '? m '! t J lz s brizen it in the face of : .Iig. 1S37. L 25 I37- 29tf '
e. ; T i salutary: intl irjjrcl lat ly tu a'iinJ. n t'cu. to ttirv.-ni. n, whii'h mast j payments day'i oTIcl-:. _

l I n'Bf'r aaauincd I d.c| Cflfl'XtIl l vf this j jptr, we hivrtinit 1 I be LIe ics s!; of uc'i a cruc.. .V >reau-j.i. 'h'and' laugli at the \iclims arid dupes, xxholiavc !I \ iii-iutl.s Kf er date, I ihnil COTTON' GIN.S.HE sOT1CE. -
p'Cieat P.l .
tracltcric .' > puicu', ai"i f.a'.li r f'Uibe'vLi MO I jiut faith in their promises-. l___ counfi Hiil vouchers, an-l "II'tY[ l" 'hII myxr"I. y SUBSCRIBERS Cotton hive just received fificcii persons indebted 10 'ihe estate of William &

<4 ''Und, t luuardK all ocr emit' f2li, jri !> iui. i $ To run KnimKor 1 lIt KLOKIPIAN Von ask. xvli.it; i is to !b_ tlr' nmedy for this i (Jounty Ctuiri nt t Jeticrs' comity, tor a fin.il i.et.le-' ihe late inann/ac'ory Guii,of of f N.a superior G. uaiv! from ALL late of Leon county,deceased, are re- '

-i. a ititfjj'iy, u lair. a>nj eitu a it'" r'J! couibc.ui j TimVjitrlitirui" pek iItIflI-li l_ iti hii j state of tliiii2,, >'d ilmhtr ;c frrin: the' adiiitrisirattoi of t'.itt :. 1 i on, N. C- They arc ma.Ie Blonut of Kin ;-,- oueated to make immediate payment and those .

1' ,. MK h !r ry rrmatk. jf'Ci'v ly rtf iii to Kirn-rlf iron thi' of xxhich In One is thulj t.t: I LJfl i j jla.st paper t" xoniat: I'I! ;- nnj ; practicable.; I .-tae l. JAMES L. rAKItill! AJ.aV. II I trom iorncr raz'keofGin-z and of the best s. eel hem authenticated 1

td'L n.n'en L'.T .'> tl.civr.tti: (ft'bit'yarucli l c pidon 1 ) of fating sitlrsil\Ii\ the! (jnifrnrn ntnl j i ipenpld itlie t Congress! of the United States should cx'ercise Auly, 1U37.2 CnNO -.aw-i and xviil! be 9J14 low and -icconimodating prescribed to present by law l to tb* subscriber within or they the will time be I

in kihi ; 'tLJ (.r rI.i r.tat Ti.b' uIIK.II L ) of FlunJa, in repelling I In: attiL-k.s--J' its pox'.ers to re iilate the cuireucy; terms.Iar.aia,2ttJuIy.7pj.lv! to BEXJ./M1N Id37. BYRD &. CO. forever barred. WILLIAM LEE, wfdm'r.

t. a e nut piMiziitlei! ur rlv >, or ourTOfct. :Ail 1 do tlii. 1 ICK.IIv aO-Sw July -J4 1837.:
fvrliich
upon their cutidurt Jiiid I honor, rnntlu l Ii v : they must ( :; xvill not!) xxhhout I 51
P1Ml 'Jin pi b I&h{ U vLdl2t rr2 cig 4)r I : banks their and j : r.i-iiit'is' i.': .- daftI! I shall present my ac-: NOTICES I
T (General Clinch ard others, and evincn snr- iconvulting presidents diroctors. f3 REGULAR
n.
4 oar j con..l> and voJihcrvj, an I fl i-ly ti the Hon. PACKETS.
brevieruit! %'b l2'I1C |
et- at ''e iri supressc.L ( row, ihnt even one piper t-houl.l I hive) prcsunicil !, The leislators ofXexv Yolk and Vir- Co mty Court r.1 f ju)7efioi) > oiiiiiy, tor a fi.u! sent I, j JB.ITi hereby gtven, that xve shall proceed lo sell ai -' SCHOONER Lady

for Lb 1.3. v iUi UL* fuiittilling nu'f.er so to do, and to rahn the rulll.-d placidity I- i ginii: have already snwi! : whit: the presidents I 'iicnt aii-1 di>ciir frOiii lhn a>i.ninitr; ifun of the i public ojtcry, at the court house dx>r in i the 1 WsL-hintfton, AL Swum, -

tjj||: could pus1iki y be di *,ri.d jfun.Ni\e, or h lavt of ( Kditor; vutuntccis land directors of bun". will advise. And the j -s-a:': Jaaies halt, laic i-f 5-ii I courty. de.sed. !i .own CXui-f-y, between th hours of 10 A. J/. and uia.sier, antt schr Washington
IC1tAt : a reofjjiu anj > i j i P. .V. on Saturday the 9ii
gtd ,
Uie ec1LtI.4ahie KxcluJin- JA.MK.S day September next, Jefferson, master
r L. TARIdFI
p : _ _
the :'LtIl4fl. t tare h.iji. .' I encomium flflfl; ('hnrh.and (ifi'er.s liiiusclfasi projmsal of the pie-.!.lent ofa broken bank ;j A M--,. in, 117.26.n AJmV.ST I the plriiitatii'i' or tract of land of Neil! AlcGugan, 'will run as regular packets -*
to v< tdit-r inih- : i
he di
low ura. to j ur-utf tLnon'y pro- }J ty in I the Territory. Thu littleness! of i thelfca 1 an amendment to the Constitution crantin | I: ; OF! LKTl'ER.S rcai.i'i.g' m th' Post J i the south-west quarter of section four, township, or passage apply to awaim, Loyd in c it rrt& ufteiin..'. nii.j w.t! OL-e:! a:: Tailuli.uscf: :, F'li.., oa tho' 1st d.tyoft i i range SIX, north and west, containing 73 acres and or to Kerr &. Kirk ey, Tallahassee. ii
I IL.
of r B.*; WIMW' urn"! flOt Mr. KtJL, % h's, ur d { cr quotation ofllic Jal-c an-i invidiou Is j j jI powers to Congress, xxhich have already been '":; 1 :37, and ii-a Uf-.rc ailvcrtsc I If m>(( [ 75-100; aul also the xtc t half of the south east Nov. 18, 1836. 15

tiLe rtfl *Mm-iuj: Ir.r ii*. II i wtlcoineto Lgatw I rennihs of thu Gcor i'i Editor accttiin tht j I granted to tlieniand xxhich they have txvice ) tk't'U' t in ri-nttx-'lays, tli.-y W jli be sent to Jquaiter bcction tight, township two, range six, IiL
j.uru | exercised to the benefit of tile nation ) he ( !i-ntril: IVo.Sce .t Jed letters. ..oiti; anil west, containing 70 75-100
I'resd
T**. Al'it uj'i -ii ,-c.lf mi s luvccnaCU of 11'I' ida of "ah-isc" of all tlic U. S.; ; great acres; I the :
is i .Mi. Chail'S W Ing-I M nib-ear,, Ic I said I.inJ, or a> much thereof to be sold in
I ptau 1 lii.s General' it'r. and his uiriieil; for rofiTen ; an insult, at once to our understanding and puribu BY R. K. CALL .
| J" ioii* u us, uu .6"ei d.y'iiept c !; \ -t ut. U ih! > 5.ien L--ty llm-d iico of a deed of trust executed by said McGu/an ,

Lit 1LOIe L.UIIL (IIi LUtI a4CC, t I t .- .to I your.If in I\D\ grIt uitin'i- dcrhmition 1!, [ upon our inisfortuiies.j !! l II C Lanpl.trv } ;o Grorge W. Harrison and David G. Raney, mer- Govcmor of thvi Territory of Florida. t I

tt In m.t n r iitJ Ir'rs, % t hi v4 lu nUK ''I1r I Ilete lth.it "but one paper in the Tciriioiy Ins re- j As litllo 1 relish his oilier: proposal el Crym-t! Abigail Lori-ii-r, Mrs Ju'ia I I' cI'iiiti.; trddin; under the si} le and firm of Harrison WHERE, an election was held on the first

i; -iCLf it flfect, and have heretofore itl'-cted upon th -nrrtfi! r of Gun. CSiuch.. j ji a general convention of broken bin It ,ro-i- B nejurt, AmoiroBubS L-rmi-.r: J.im.11 1 1 T 3 I: x ILxnt-y, oa the 7tb day of August, 1334, regularly in May, 1837. for the election of I
f der and! directois Wil'is' I.imlrn, .flflIi..IitIy. rec >rdtd in the clerks office of the Gadaden a Delegate from this Territory 10 the
t.s Countj Congress
oni' ( to ailighlen Conyresxxith next -
i ii
La v j'li-MKjiiiDjr Lft t.'ilc hu dOt notice. The wlitile of th
< ju'lguieiit: 01 I i escaped; I(1 Court :
: JethroMiMxrin.il L 'ntr, Thomas i as will satisfy and pay the expenses attendj of the Uniud States, and to take the sense of : :
arC t. .tithe ti.'< or, in Uiltn'tttti tjiti.i.& Our < l> 'i brief artielc allu.Ied to, expose* on the pir! ,; their advice :-a convention of bank- ttk.r, .J :,tn' Momo', G'-orjc; j ing'ihe sale, and a promissory nole gixen by said the people on the pol.cy and propriety of this Ter

i ti &en, and will be1 to reader our pttper, u-><> j of tILe V Watchman," a want of the projiei( :[ rupt.s to teach Con"ress reverence for the 1! DHlocKcr M.ih-r, Biij jMcGngan lo said J1ari.n \. Raney, on the said ritory becoming a stake: And whereas CH.4RLES

; ;; i IctIreuIIg; ami w ? h.ivetr>nliiKhun'ipiiiu>i fefliuus and q'j.ilitius' ; nhirh should infl'ience obligation; (If contract, and how to mike I Haley T Miichc 1 :!, I Dr Iiii2M ( Till of August, JS3I, for (177 12, payable on or DOW' 'irs'G, of fci. Johns county, received a

; 'pod( bCI.c of ll e jxojileo! Flori'U IOMHSTJlu nothing but old and silver a tender fur the Ez. an, I' : i aUi3! Ila uptoii.Mili j he fore the 1st of Jannary, J8 >6, with interest ot greater number of votes than any other candidate
b be *' the Editor ol a Kloiidi journal. 1 h'ive C.evi: land. Sutijn -r, Umphrtv I> ( 3.4) per cent per annum, together with, an open 1 acj for Delegate, and there was given a greater num '
Ih lep enurta, ned or tnmructed l.y the .''Iai- ilra-.vn thu. conclu-inn from reiidin hn paper, payment; of debts !--of all rumcdins, for xisting Can.t.tnMUm I* M..iloy, ItirhnriMtun j count amounting to about thiitv dollars. The terms ber of votes for a State, than a Territorial Government

rty $ t 1 eL.uratrd, tl.eir ruuiuai teloils and recrinii-i I tiut thetO arc s'jaie in thn district, uhn, I to evils, the last; I would resort to, would f'ook, 8 Y Mary | will be cash. HARRISON & RANEY. as appears by the returns legally made to %

t-ucli warfare would crrtamly tx uii]>rofil- i injure tho Kxccuiivt'.would submit be a spurious com from the mint of nulhfi-! Cannon, \\"iiiriCirttr !! Mickens, D ivy 2Mcir 1 duiary, August' 1, IS37. me: j-

the cotnbatinib, and coulj be jiruductne oj'iUe tamely cation. J.imrn : KinimMunli. '- NOW, !h >iefore, in pursuance of law, I do pro

67 > goinl to oth rs. to the tilest slander and calumny of the pe a- > Cute, UaniclCorruthrrs ) W S rVc.JinMCrarkm MILL SAWS &c. claim the said Charles Downing duly elected Dele .

lareLecn wint io rrgar-3 thcttation of ed pie of Florida, and tho sacrifice and destrtictton lm The other remedy which I believe practi- John V%' D.ivi.l I i JOORTY Mill Saws 2 gate from the territory Florida to the next Coo
celLs
Pat. Scales
un cable is that of Solon-a lht Cric, William Miler: Wm C ; large gress of the United States and I do further .
i/f high responsibility, and proud ic of, IIPT b.:st interests, and that to this s-punge upon : Jl1 1 box Roxvand's Tonic Mixture. Received ; pro
tic, C' .tt.i u.Lccn ti account of debtor and creditor out all Crar, VVilhani POut \ttcrar.Farq 3Nish claim that there was given a majority of 1005 votes J
U.l -xvipe
and
of on consignment, for sale low
a rr.isforiunc "allaut dUintercated and uinmbiJtic.us to close sales
id-11 in this co'iniry tint t( : at, Tnciirii II1D.ixes I I Miles I by tor a Sta'e Government-
old and This the G. //. 4- T. E.: LLSDENBEUGER
scores begin again. M .
I- iJMntiliousIy entrusted '%.th the co.irol 1)1 patriot-' the \i dant44 Watchinn"i 1IJ Is i U'i'.hainL rsVsn, Col C II 20 1 13J7. Given under my hand, at Tallahassee, this 27th Ij
for 4o Hither loiit r'hard-mnney' system of the adtninistralion d. J.-hn P t July 51: day of July IM7. .
present JV
nat duly nprtreciatc Uiat) re>p. nsiujlity .tn,J himself the xvilhng ic&lruiiipiu. i Ortrgui, DC Lrr ;nri'Ont's ,

jch ka. Some are influcnrcd by mre mercenary I H unknowingly the sub erxicn.t tool. \i\\I ichanty \ -it is to detach the government from Daniel. JackxnnDuxall. Jimes RPIII.CC i TWENTY DOLLARS UL\VAKD R. K. CALL.GovernoroFIorjIa.,

mpIetii jni-other', by the piomotioii of j'irt11 \ to Mr. Knoxvlewe xvili not believe !jail banking, and deal iu nothing but the preiciousmetaU. \V.n, Joseph SDowlmr 3 Find.uuB. U, JotiahParkhill \V i FOR each of the following deserters, delivered 51 .

)IdeIl 1 audi generahidegride the pr f nmnt I; the fonnr, nor xujuld we (if xve could escape If Mr. Van Iluren is made Duval fiT Allen Afarth.1 Alined. I' mounted head Florida ftuart.Militia rs.of the GadsJeii Coinpa fly NOTICE. 4A I

iree fUtut J e press. If we know
11j1ytI Wr. nd L ,rond such pehry iiifluer.ee! 1' Permit me, Air. Kditor: as a citizen of Florida 1 xith him well out of it ; but ho will want Evans, John Richard, fortimKUSS.H John B.Legross, James Williams,, firm of T. M'Carty Sf Co. at St. Marks, '

.press 1 ,OK'd> : to as a P"llcipal support lo tender yet my huaible commendation m ( other coij>eratord than the Legislators of Fisher., ThormsFinley Alfred A 2Flin Russell!!, JSllubinson LI W /ril'iain' Kelly, Calvin Blake, ia this indebted day dissolved to the late by mutual firm consent. All persons 1 I w
Simon are requested tomiktpjynvrnt
ect ) ?nd %VC aft grateful for patro'ta.:; for bein;; the fine paper' m Tullahas-j! New York and Virginia ; and other advisers Jacob! Mari'iU James Kelly, Ezekitl Cooper. 'o either of the subscribers. I Ill.

CbarIeI ( t, t should! Lc Iu Plrt tile racan' ol sec guilty of the imputed Hagtant crime i-j! than presideat.4 and directors of broken Fort, henry R yon, Joseph frilfccivT Kelly, Joseph JOHN Blount.SHAH', M'SARTV,: 4L

i. p1ac ; tnt11r ounelm a good jatne in the lanJ defending/ the fame and honor of the volunteers I banks, or land-jobbers upon loans of depos- Frazirr. Sinu'iiFain.I. Public Monies 52-Ct CapuGadsdenCoBpanyF.M. J. R. RO WLE.c .
J St.
h > ), hFLi3OI n 8co JM Marks July l& 183'7.-50.4w
e : '
, surv* I (OIt(1 % Ld we v.iU adb.re 13 it ia our against the slanders and malconduct of the ; think of this nj I thought of the dry- Forester, Ahxan.lcrTossett Jsh'-iler, John .l.1.JOTICE.Duringmyabseneefrom, PAUL Ii UARLET will act as the my Territory agent.- NOTICE -U H

e8't ou br cditora, ecii u.der preboOe' Generals of the U. S. army. As he wishes !dock gun-boat, restrictivH anti-navy system Reuben Siuiits.! 'Fhirz.a Any transaction of his in my name will be duly I hereby given, that application will be made to J

ti1 rorbrarance cacs to tIC a irttc. it I for one, freely exonerate the Watchman of Mr. Jellerson. It cost the nation a terrible Floyd, Ann Alston Sinw, John acknowledged by me as lawful the Bon. the Judge of the Superior Court for the 4 .
I Graham | :
L'l.JjhGrant Hpcir, Elizabeth PSpeer county otLeon, in tie territory Florida for
i ANSON
0OW0 to be delivered of that but the HANCOCK.Tallahassee au )
t t3cecdic all the fancied bhume and war nation -
from ignominy of thority to cell
: CaptVm Win April 30th, 1837. 37-tf the real esUte belonging to the late
Jt3rof frtot ,? C >r6u. called the A uStatefc bUh course, cither in his editorial or through was Qcctually cured outs hydrophobia. Gnskins, I Henry Theus, Simon 2 Charles Black, lying hi Leon county, about six .

4bdear.d Rights Sriitinel.or ain bjgcO-repondenIs' : Whence originates thisextraordija1" The war waa a drastic purge, but it effectually Gibson, Will M Thompson, L S NOTICE. i miles from TaJlahasiee, containing eight hundred

I wbic Jlim1has thought to denounce this sub worked its cure. I fear that our pie- Cans, Mrs Ann Tucker, Rufus The Subscribers having associated them acres, partly ia cultivation at this time;
proper
/ modesty on peculiar Gathn AlfreJ 31 Vicker J L Co THOMAS
$ selves in Mercantile business BALTZELL,
pd Itbb for Laving, u*> he says, "ubuscd" the sent bankruptcy will need u atill more violent under the firm of for Mn. Janet
ject (if not attributable! to cause above harley, Joseph F C Vickry, Clnrles Attorney Joanna Black, Guardian of
4ted &. Hawes
te flt States generals that have served in divine. how- courjfo alternatives, but the cure will Hukips, M chael Vass, Douglass McRaeny beg leave to inform their Rebecca Black, iufant heir of the said Charles
uuabla to Perhaps
ifle.fn' 'ar; and be ascribes this allrgcd hinted) I am come when the people are ptcpared to receive Houston, Edward 2 Wilson, William 15 friends and the public generally, that they are Black, deceased.

itb $ I I the editor and others been hired ever, in this iost.xiico was his fears of the it. Hmson, Harriet Willis, David now opening in the store formerly occupied by Tallaiaaaee, Aug. 8, 1836. 1.5w
wi having They are cettaiuly not so now-
impending caetigation .f tho Georgia Kditoi, Hill, John West, Charles the late Robert S. Miller, oa the west side'of -

,ndJyl 1D&iar.' ntd, by Mr. Van Euren Some which induced him like toe frightened urchin they will most probably not be so during the Hinge, David F Whitaker, Wm DWiliams Monroe Street and opposite Washington Square NOTICE. I

wn; k (*, thi paper had a xery fair charac't school remnant of my term of life. 1 hope you will Howard. WnHowcll \ Denny 2 in The City of Tallahassee, a general assort SIX weeks after date, I shall apply to the Hon.

Uie bw been in the hand of its preen at to cry out live to witness and enjoy the convalescence. E P fade, James JdWillU men t of Dry Goods, Hardware and Groceries, Judge of the County Court ofJefcnio fbr

jitb S ithas Iosi eartf. The respectable par It aint me, dear Master, I do declare, Forgive the freedom with which I have Honing, John W Jesse 112 !! which they offer for sale on accomdating terms. letters of administration on the estate of the late.
tata Rights 'Ti the boy on the other seat, Henson, A B i Jacob Carter, of said county, deceased.
D. McRAENT.sAM14.
l in Georgia have .
has 1Ied it party be- Don't hip, oh Master, please lo sTare, answered your letter, and believe rue to be, cr: Personsplrase citiuzn ; for the above letters will ;' ELIZ1 CARTER
end
et, t *e prreum our reader*I, Ti8 lum \ ou ought to beat." with great ro*pect, your friend and servant. say advertized 1. G. SEARCY, 1'. i M. : F. IAWES. ByerAtrneyJ.M.set. .

Hehai) above pivcta of Its Ldlttr, SOI PTEK. 1 lU. Q. ADAMS. Tallahassee, August I 1,1837. S'3.3 1' Talialusscc Feb. 25th 1S37. 29.tf I A; .12, IS37. 14w :-




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.ADV.k ISEMENTS. 1 Marshall's -- gjj Cotton Gins. NOTICE. -

tJOTIC& IS recommended to al Won. and others .f sale, on accommoating Iron framed cotton gins, from Bnintroe ma Esfrayed from the Subscnherabont todi' .:

ix' months from date I will apply who have the paet of children a ,h-is HOUSE and SIX expected daily at Dt. Mark i in the a small Dark Bay Mare Poney ero ,

.' to the honorable Sears Bryan Judge ol the the most efectualOU medicine yet I Street, in the city of Talaha- tirig Lavina, for sale at the manufacturer's price.T.R.BETTOH.. and tail, paces well, and is about four

:Jounty Court of Jackson County to be discharged: discovered.This I. The Lot measures liOfeet Ai the same time, two mouse colort .;

torn the farther administration of the estate of syrup besides being a safe and. ver- The hou e is a convenient, spa Nov 12 1836. 14tf year old; one recently brokr,'the othera

,I ohn Rix, deceased. mifuge, is agreeable and pleasant to the taste, and residence, independent of Any person who will deliver saidp .

WILSON ROYAL, Adm'r. no child will refuse to take it. is now occupied a a Fancy TIN WARE. Mules to me on my plantation, 7 mike

k April 22, 1837. 37.6mN071CE.Sh. iQ3Th 1r 4gm D It is also happily calculated for preventing and Store. TH E subscriber will carry on Tallahassee, or to R. H. Berry Eaq T

AUCTIONEERAND removing many other disorders to which children He also offers for sale his unimproved lot, on ': 'the Tin Ware manufacturing shall be liberally rewarded. A'n Inl .

months IIl'terhtte I fcliall prtscnt arc* subject, such as bowel or summer complaint, the 2 loot street, measuring ICO feet front by 18 business, and will at all times them will b. gladly receiver! byJOHS .
and
Hon. the
vouchers to the Commission lYlerchant.DiI diarrhia or looseness, vomiting and purging it i! !? have en hand a general assortment S. 'l ,
County Court of Leon County, a administratorn invaluable for ala'ing those pains which children The subscriber will also dispose of his entire either at wholesale or March ISth 1937. .

the estate of Jacob Horger tkc.J and apply' for SA!: Mondays and Saturdays. suffer in cutting Ib. teeth and if previouslyused slock in Tnde, comprising a most general aisortmnt retail, on as reasonable terms as cam be sold in OTICE. The -- .,

tetters dismissory on said c&tttc. NOTICE. wi reuder this operation of nature perfectly of Fancy and S.aple Goods, Groceries, any Southern market N subscribers h,1 tak.

STEPHIE W. SNGLL.. The Subscribers associated them mild free from danger. It isequallyeflicactousin Uardware, Grocery, ,-frc. &e. His block is large Country merchants and others are invited to Stables formerly occupied by Peter
having horses will be
March 25th Ia37- 33 6m where received
rickets and in the infantile fever. It well at Live
remittent and well assorted, with such goods as are call and satisfy
selves in Mercantile bn iness ofMcllaeny ,
under the firm themselves.WM. sient custom particularly attended fi'1*
recommended with the that it is fully to.
is
FRANCIS.
assurance the market. II. j
adapted to
after date I the Hon.
months shall to '
apply &. Hawes leave inform their Horses hired on the shortest lo*
SIX beg to to the intended, and that much R. J. Hackley or Hugh 23if notice
County adequate purposes For applv to TatJah3 seJan. 14, J83i.
particulars '
ol the County C uit of i
lelf\rsol friends antI the attention paid that will render J *
1 public that I .
generally t
they are good may fee derived from its simplicity and Innocence Archer authored -
from agent.
administration ofi.bo my
final!
for a discharge the A CARD. blishment satisfactory 10 theMICHAEL put'lie.pracaa.
now opening in ihe store formerly occupied by it 'annot do any harm.Direct Wm. MA ER. .

stet of Benjamin LES Stevrns.'lalcol McCLELLAN said Adm'r.eouniy.CttAF the late Robert S. Miller, on the west "heelf) ions accomf.anying each bottle.Marshall's Tallahassee, Dec. 7, 1836. 18-tf U Q u.irartC Q ID 'UQ Tallahassee Feb. IH 1837.LEDIVirn'tq

Monllccllo, 12th Mardi, 1837. 32 Cm. Monroe Street and opposite \\ hin.lol Square compound Syrup of OMMISl O JV M CHANT, .

in the Cilv of Tallahassee, jrenernl assort Liverwort.For No. 60 WATER ST., New YORK. TO TilE ASTHMATIC & CONSUM
months after date I shall present my ac- ment Dry Goods Hard and Groceries coughs, colds, asthma, spitting blood, most prevalent and .
SIX the tt ware Offers his services to the merchants of Alabama, THE: fulof 1j1 j,
and vouchers adminUinuor on liver and all diseasesof
complaintsvlioopingcough civilized
R which offer for nt '
they sale on accomdaijng terms. Geoigia and Florida, in ttie purchase of Goods, sociPty..themay Co
estate of Harris Buiucy late of Leon County, antI! the brca.anJ lungs. traced
I generally J t* the
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V\ and Merchandise. In least
1). McRAENY. ares the purchasing and A.
for a SIMON TJYL'OR.April The reMora.ive powcrsof medicine in diseases -
but
apply slight neglected
\ 22,discharg. 3NOTICE. 6mSIX SAM. F. HA WES. of the Lungs have been atieMed by the mos' selecting of whole stocks of goods, or in assortingthem. ilwordersfa it that one hundred cold -
and) It
Having hat long experience in the appear tiny
Tallahassee Feb. 23th 29.tf res-pect.ible both of Europe tint! this purchasing -
837. lhpI.ian' I ronidie of the
I of goods for Alabama, Georgia and Florida annually con nmption. ;
ry. I It scs sedative, expectorant and otto
country. povse dreadful results! be
months after date we will apply' to the N. York & St. marks line of PacketsFIRST tonic properties, and hence abate fevers, mitigate he flattxis himself that any orders entrusted may attributed to
to him will be wi.Ii satisfaction on the of those and a negligent treatment of tire botOlrl'k"
I of the county court Gadsden county, coughs, and almost, instantly removes slight and ,jJ part that ,n.
1 for a final di&chaigc Irom the administration of recent colds, whilst it gives immediate relief to :. who may favor hun with their business. generallyensues-whic h a 5sUaHyf,0

1 the estate of Hosca Wildcr, la'e <1 aiJ county, a ih-j e which from neglect have assumed a more ; ;/ Refer to Messrs. Oak ford & Whitcomb, and difficult breathin. pain i in the side. and sti
cerated Violent I
1' deceased. dangerous character, and seldom tails to cure the Baldwin &, Hawkins, New York.-Wm. Maner, Langs.. and pntd Aub IIIIIi

I JACOB H. WILDER, ) Adminis-!- most obstinate cac' s. // Tallahassee, ';' ,,-Wm. G: Porter nalachieoll I tacks, al.," brine. on Con"o".II'1. "'"'

: WM. H. WILDER. S Jlraiox: be Rate Vessels and experienc' ds.ers It wil be found superior to any other medicine, / t\\\ F.O.; -Craig & Daffin, SI.IMephlt. Vkj.-Wm A'McKeiiMe or two dollars expended in the .-'1011I.

1 Quincy, May 20th, 1837. 41-26ts empl 'yed in this line, to sail ftvm cither for cure of shortncs of breath hoarsenes, //. tA % Irwinton, Aa.! -P.eston & Nclms Co D It. puicha, It
rotaes el will sail on the 8ih and 24th of / lumous Geo.Octobcr9.. RELFE'S ASTHMATIC
;
of
whcezings, Promptly remedial i, soreness ,
lb Administrators' Notice.NOTICii every month, and of encr, should p-itronage require. the ant and a little aftentmn to their .9J.
bieast 1916. .
is hereny thttatihe next Janu luns. In whooping cough its cor- :, _-- ._ 1.-ly'r trill fimffy.jation
given usually insure
:i rective I a
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a ofGadbden county Court, the undersigned I WM. WYLLYS PRATT, Agent N. York, efoltsIIIt speedily Tome discovered. Jiidkins' Patent sFcciflc,- Ointment.- I J..I) usually effect .\ 1011 0
Mixture.
I of Thomas Wynn, decd1 ROC'T LYON, Agent St. ; a Cure. be
,
.U.rk A
.dministntor : TliQ above Ointment is offered to the are also an and
For and Fever.Pippared public easy effectual
St. ALTUC
wnl and settlement of said 1837. asa
If1 fn.\l n-port estate __ Narks.7pri15, 3CIy't.NOTICE. fresh supply of this VALUABLE MEDICINE ;ate and certain remedy for those obstinate diseases symptoms pr-ceding and .-
b ; and from the date hereof will apply by G. Phila.lnd for snlebv AC'cnmpa'.A..slhma .
Marshal received.PREPARED r-f which hate baffled
just sortie so long the kiU of and col41f.1t
Consumption
for a discharge and letters dii.mis.soiy' from saiia' tcHAUNARD, for
SOLELY Horn me'Jiol
court 8 such administrators.JOHN. THOSE persons who are indebted to E. B next door to the Post Ofc IlOUCIv vegetable matter science. difficulty of breathing tightness .
Baltimore, which maybe lilt White SwclJin sof ma
WYNN by note or account Jan. 2S RV7 25 Gins every description. acnrn the chest
are fJ
wheezing ?
taken with all & in all dis- 5M pain) in .
perfect safety by ages Sore Legs and Ulcers of the
--------- long .
HENRY H. nily rcquesnd to make imm< diae: payment standing. spitting of brunc'c.! Few *
BIlJ I the sLIscaibersbefore t Ilowaiid's Tonic Mixture and Anti- ert'C; its cures are for the boliiiting! diseaseslysicpsin :- 3d Schirrusor Glandular Tumour cases can a
50-Cm the first of [ particular
September
I
July 16,1837.- all
account- remaining unp.iid at that date will,be as Costive Pills. Loss of Appetite, ImJiReslion, Inflammation those hardened tumours in women's breast which any of tlifn class uf disorder, in which i?

NOTICE.AT into the hands of an for c"liecttuu.E. put I N consequence <.!' the numerous attempts to of the St'1Idh. Heart Burn, DiaHioea.Dysenteiy oftentimes terminate in ulcerated eanc rs chase of Dr. P.etr 's PiiM: will not find ,

the next April term of the County Court .attorney BAllN.fltl, Jr. 4CO. palm spuiimis imitations of Kowand's valuable or ", Fistula, Obstructed :ensura- 4th Felons, or what some peopl know by the return for their trifling expenditure

Jackson county, I shall present the accounts July 1, 1837.: 47 For E. 13. PC i kins. Medicines on the Iuulic-he, has determined to tion, Ague and Fever, Bilhous or Remitcn Fever, name '>' Catarrhs of every description. I Price-whole' bojccs, 30 pills, 'J l; halt

and vouchers of he administrators of tl.e confide tluj sales exclusively to agents indifferent Typhus Fever, Sarcll"c\r, : Pox, Erysipelas 5th Rheumatic Pains of the jOln18. ; 12 pills, 50 cents.

estate ef WAI. HOI LAND, dcc'd, for settUment', CITY STABLES, parts of the country, from whom alone tit genuine or St. Anthony's fire, P'tnn'sy, \JCI- 6th Sprains and Brume of every description or Fnrsale by STEWART &B.\RNA (

1 and ask for.leuer dismission from sid estate. rormcry Peter Robinson's. articles can be had, and to guard the more effectually sles, Yellow Fever, ClstivnessVill on the Sto- In wnateter part situate. Dee. 17 lS.36.

fri against the impositions of unauthorised venders ir.arh or bowels, 1or"t Consumption: ,
THOMAS ORMAN, following rules & regulations 7th Tetters of all kinds. In this. complaint the
THE are adopt he lus instructed his entiin Boston, I Irfliienza, Colds, Coughs, I Inn.immaiion of the
One of the Adininisuato s. I for the of the above ; le"York patient, in applying the Ointment must keep the DR. HUNTER
j government stables Philidi l Iphja, and to dust Puhy! Gout, ISbeumatiim,
,
Marianna, June 26ih lt"7.: 47-C n Rllllrore. ldkt 11' Infiarr.aiory sore of water.
an'J will be observed it is wiligi'e parout
:_ __ _._ __ general strictly satistaction and, hoped ih--y sales to merciaitsauucIFers of any of the Medicinesto throat, Croup, IldI' .IUII',1 ol the Diopsy 8th Chilblains or parts affected by froet.TO'lHdPUULlC. TO WHOM IT MAY CONC

roL1cE.f 11 C\tl any misunderstanding. lie carried South fur sale again. Laige quantities ''Rickel.lisclsll: the Liver, Jaundice, Difficulty; BY the use of Dr. Hunter' iaesirnsY

f ALL persons indebted to the estn'e of Ri-'hard The of a of I pernicious article in illiialiol of the genuine making Glc.t, H L'ysleiics Nerous and The folk-wing: communci: addressed to the ion of either sex. if they earef,
make immediate lira Mixtmc have bl'nllanllf..tuINII/, t S Corn- affl clions of the IleIUCr and lig.iments, the valuable plan and '
I :laforL are rlql"s'et to : and four S15 00 8cro'ul'ul proprietor of Judkin'i Oinimeru, from ihj Hon. very eopiou( L ,
per day, stock & Co. of Now Y('rk, mil sent to the Mercurial and V cal disrates Ulcers them.
pnyment, e having againM .aid Hack and 6ou//j fur cnel Sores Af John Tal.aferre, member, of Congress highly in- accon panying are enabled effectually
7
i estate will be authentic..ted and piesent'd within Sulkcy and pall ho sc J 5 .tal. The name A'o'c/niiJ instead of Rouaml, i ion is feclions ,.f the skin, &. all diseases rising (toni ImPure tere'-ting. The gratuitous manner in which U is d.cats. CERTAIN DISEASE, and to ,

the time prescribed by law, or the){will b*. forevci Single horse 42 (0 tl.e bottles of tl.e. iinitatiun. The genuine article I Blood, &c. Price per bottle S2.I'Iiis made, ( xhibiis feelings of no ordinary character lost health, with ease, safetyand ceriainfj.I

51Iff f barred. JOUl IZLER. do do 7 ( week maybe Ino .of the (ollouing jitrsons, .so arc [ mcilicme has i powerful effect as a Spring tonarJs sutlciing humanity ; and is erta nly well d-\v"-

June 3, 1837. 41-ifEXECUTOR'S Ho1 se at Livery per month, inc only .'lgt titi in .1 his pat of Florida and G elrgi.I and Fall Purifier in those whose constitutions re deserving public attention. irf The J.lenloi.ve saie and anexamped p

.- do do 250.) per day i 1 E. U.ln.n. jr. iVci'. General .\gttit, Tallahassee! .j quire iioitiishu.enl and new > i i igor ; such persons WASIIIWGTOSJan.. 23, IS2D. of thin Medicine in this and other cit,ijj] a

i N.OTICK. Single feed O2i per 'VIIi.li! 1\1.1'ic Co., Thoin.uulle, would hI much bcnefiltrd by using two or three Sir-It has been my wish tnr a considerable time cipa'' towns throughout Union fucfi,lac f

t I ALL persons who have any demands against All horsfs hued must be paid for in advance, unless James C. Eccl<'*, ( ttiiiry, I! bottles, uhich may be taken. without regard to drink communicate to you the good efftct with which year* -daring which i' was aaiisfjctonlj j t
i estate of William Patterson, la'e ol, thc has Sivaim, /, ic Cv: St.; MaiKs.l I or 4 person an account with the stab es. 10)/ wan have u m d I the ointment invented by Mr. Judkins,
Jackson County, deceased, are hen by rrqoes'edto : No horse delivered without an order from the Thomas .itulcr, Ilukslotvn, : of blood bciiig' purified. Thousands of persons are and which ( now understand i is niade ui.d sold byaijents with the INJECTION POWDERS in

to present them without delay to the subscribers.i owner or to his known sei rant. Daiius illiams, & Co..MuntictSlo, : destroying their. conslitutiou by neglecting to >oinied by youisclf. I have >led this thorough and speedy cure of that dieadful! L a

; JOHN W- PAT I ERSON, ) Exccu. Smoking in the stable is entirely forbid-The J. l D. Carpenter Miek.isoi.ky.The I: ply a proper medy ; to such the Panacea will 81- I ointment ap during; the last three to ap; denominated ihe Scourge of the Human EJct]

ilk ALFRED L. WOODWARD ] tor*. I lt.billlen: will be closed at 10 o'clock. Persons laud of E. BnrnanJ jr. Se Co. will be on all more Luau d'.ubly valuable as a certain and cfTecl- of tumor autI wound, without years failure eery to sj.efics ".. The PILLS are accompanied wheiti

iI{ June, 1837. 43-tfNOTICK. cntc ng will phase close the gate. ''ic Ti.1 un.. ;I.s sold by the Ih"\'I agents. ual means of restoring tl.\1 to perfect health and dice a cure in every instance. I consider it pro.them requires it. with the INJECTION FOWl '

tbi.tsseeJuly 7th. IH37. 4Sf: vcor; few families are exempt Irom Scorbutic and CERATE these constitute
PROPRIETOR. ; ,, efficiuu ; a moA
1n TIB 't decided and remedy in all cases of [
I ill\I dl .1 I I I.:',. -Oifubiici l lCtI'.It1'NEllSIL1 i ( roccricK Just Itcocivcd.Y Affections which exhibit various symptoms as Eruf tumor, be the cause what it may, and 1 ha,e found medicine, applicable to the various stagm
: j WEEKS from datr. I will apply to the o----- ---- Ulceiiitinns, ', Loss of Appetite and Protean dioidar. Fut!and plain
SIX Y the LJnj ( hive : lOIS Debility nothing so good f. r wounds of description. It directioni
Jackson Court letters we j'l.t rrceivfil a any p
for ol Unwel
County j P."JE all fiwin I blood and H treatise
[: Digestion, arising impure popular explaining the various
J be to add lhat the of the ijsf
,
cue tumor
administration of the and chattels uf large cL.icc assorlnn-ni ol GUCliRlE-1*, may proper :
goods \1111 ibcrs ha\e ibis d.,y ei t#'rol into al.o not properly attend to, aie sure to produce the and the mode of treatment *adj
l accompany
S&niih1late of said deceased. : which we offer for sae! on p..oj trisis-vIz ; rall.d the wjitie sweJllIIg, lven o\er by the most :
ij, I.1 county CUES, *! PA 1. .. J tour n< rship, under the firm of Taft, Holt: 10'Jbbl Baltimore Whiskey ( greatest injury to the constitution. Panacea is rc- distinguished physicians as incurable, and which .n that persons i>f either sex may caret M

!. ICih 1837. TErSO.Gw 1 o. 50 N Rum cornrncndcd in all seasons of the year, and in particular they have decided would, without amputation, (Price of the Pills 51 a box ; the Inj ctioi]
July S. S TAFT, 1 : as a urevcntative from all diseases in warm cli- dei and Cerate 50 cent*each.) i
23 C"> Gin prove fatal to the patient, was under my immediate -
!: NOTICE. GEORG-G[ :: HOLT, 50 Chitmiij.Uognar unliy Peach Apple Brandy ; nuiesand those persons, when diseases are prevalent notice effected by the use of Judkins Oiitmcnt O Prepared fiom the original Recip aj

GEOUGE M1LLLR.St & by taking the Panacea three orfor.r limes a health 'ifthe late Dr. W. T. CQJw.u, by bit inS
I months after date, I shall mv nr-: 10 Cavki MalagaVine and the patient is in fine ; his limb aflected
SIX present t\lniksJii'v 1 I, I lh.T7.:; 51j3fTllK \ eck,onhree or four table sjwonlul's when going accessor, and the Sole IV ; tor. 1.
I5 and vouchers, and apply to t'''e Hon i i 20 bbls Old Moiivjngahela 1'hi I lobed und the fear DF.R.ot"thom the be hud Iris C
apprehension ol at
County Court of Leon county, for a final setk: mint Madeira, Port fchcrry Wines. person may soundness. Also, that the leg of an aged man that maJ 4
fcfIM with the Cholera Yellow Fcver Chamber' N'o. 99 dKIDDElt''i
attacked Room next
1 being 01 in ever
and from the administration of the estate Old Iri Whiskey, wurrantcd hud been wounded, and exhibited one dreadfully
t discharge l nntlcrfcigno-J l tub the gnume. medicine is I of Court
resmIieI bully ms any othe disease, as this a valuable restorative Drug Store corner )
of Win. Kinnaird, bte of said county. 25 bblti Molissc*, ulcerated surface from the Knee to the foot, and
of Leon and
planirrs mlji-ent countii-p, that he has of the system, thereby invigorating the nover Street* near Concert Hall. Boston, i
GEORGE YOU N ?, Administrator. 50" superfine Flour, which, f.ir more than two je.irs, had been considered -
II m.ul an.H apprinlnl DAvID C. his U"Ilmore constitution and it to bear the his with all thai
enabling
debilitatingctlerts
IJI.ol attorney by appointment together ]
July 3d, 1837. ltf-6m 1 15000 Ibs li.iltiinore cured Middlings and incurnb'e, wu effi dually cured by the appli-
Ib.l :
vll C.V. IMi's
0 patent COlon CULTIVA1'OIIS of nil climates ; it is conveyed by time circulating valuabe clicin a. a* prcjiared( by the
---- 1
-- 100 boxes Raisons cation Judkini Ointment mention these two
t He rtdprrffully invites thcPlanlcis to call fluids, and corrects llieir tt ncli' to all tr.OSf'di..Jtu
j : ncy CONWAT)>
NOTICE 50" Piuncs30UO cases, which fell under my immediate notice and by. .
and examine for : b uhich originate in vitiated blood, diseased BAf .\RD !!
:(h HEREBY GIVEN, that at the next January thclC"C.C.. U G//. Ibs best Loaf Sugar; liter management, us a decided evidence of the efficacy TE'.Ar.T 4- ,
IS dquavtd appetite or 1'IcdisposltlOItoo.tTcc
D.
I 4 term of Gadsden County Court, the under- D.'c. l. CLATA ItiO Iegs water Crackers ot this remedy in cases of tumors and ulccri. Inave
2C t 13G.
21-tf
; tions of the lUll ".
.}J signed, the Executor of Fields F. Wynn, who was llaha"ccl 'M boxes nnJ k'-gs Tobacco, assorted qunl'ty.: It resembles in; point of tas'e nnd flavour rich : experienced as decidedly the good effect of T.llallu ee. June 2?, 1835.

executor Benjamin B. BJbh, final report Jailor's IVoficc.COMMITTKU 40 bags I mj-ura and lli-j\CmkuLO a this remedy in the cure of felons, and of every
cordial -alher than medicine. Ev after To those afllicted with Cc
and settlement sid: ( state, and six months, : to tl.e county Jail of JelR-r- kegs White I.o.id a iy person species of fresh wound it seems to me that any

from the date hereof will apply adischarge and son CIIUlton the I Silt m: Rvo :fugiitive >hve"l: 200C6 bcslSoanivli Scars. taking iiKMMu-y, in any way, snrmU, have recourse 'nnc who will observe on the operation of this limnruiii THE celebrated ion Corn Plajteri

i t I letters dismissory from said court as such executor viz: a man \\ ho says iii inc is I.I.I! 'lllr to one or t\vi U.itlcs of ihs: meilirine. In the decline must .be satisfied as I'j its beneficial efipct. I relief and at the same time di*
:
IIS Whl:1tll, has been
iirgni nOl flif or sy.el\1' impairedby draws the Corn the wilblJut
'I of said Blbu.' JOHN IfYN.N.July he bags HIKK Shot, I can with the utmost confidence rL.coiniit.nd the l out by rooUi
iinJ to "
i 16, 1837.: 50-Gm says hlont" George T. ;Id, 30 kc Unjioni and Coochs' doe! cxres", ji iiomibhes! sircngihcrs' and supportsit use of ibis valuable! remedy I pain.

t 1. I.-(,n C'.HUI\! ; 'gr 1:1 who says his 40 biixis. .Sj-fim CdnJItS5J 1.\ :-it is not presuming too fur u aJd, tliat it iU.tU.11 1 am sir, cry respcclfu'ly: CF.JtTlFI&ATf-"To iho-e afflicted w'ltkl

I IN THE COUNTY COURT OF J.tCKON in me is \\ is LiY, a (ha tIle belongs, to :r prolonghf: *". JOHN 'AL1AFERRO. to their feet I do certify, that 1 have as d the

COUNTY. I (;If ir:c Brown Sumpier county, Missivippi.Tlic 10 Tirrl':11.k'lllclnugs.! 1 lcc This l'an.t'1.1'1 I'Cf'J1 intrr.ilucc l ta the public To Mr. Cl.atlcs HcrMons. proprietor of JudI I.'s Corn .Planter with complete suc esi*. ikfo|

r. ALL persons interested will take notice thD \OCt S :ire requested to prove property, 5') fluxes Hiown Pnap. for <1 short L I11", and has rived! more test inlonas; Ointmcnt, near Frecfeiiektown, Maryland.cT'PiLESfjf a ed one box it c<-"ple: ly cared a Corn W

I Langslon,widow of seth Lan "I/: [ 'iv clnrges and, tike: them nwav.S 51) df/ Lot'Irs' Portti and Cnl r.K in iti fixonr tor its ctlicacy, ip so short .1 time, ihan ) troubied me for many years. I make this) .ff

dec will app'y' at the ensuing term of said court inOctober f S \ B.ING'rON, Failor.Jan. I '0 p f'Cf-f li-st Cation laggii :. any other m-dirine ever cllsc..n'J'.J.anJ its nan'e at De'wre leaving BoonaUn-o, t had heard much of [i for the benefit ol llioae afflicted itb tkJI peomptair2L
next for allotment of Dower in the following -: l ahr.a:1.WIIIIldu'e hmulre s, theu- it
,
100 Cojls l onn.in< aye,
btfura the
,. 21 l 1837. 34 tm! lij'C an a. tide in uhicn you appe.tr public as
1 I i Tract of Land situate in said county, to 5 cnsf-s India Preserves xand-i, to apply fVr it, lo reap the true vinucliiereof. proprietor, named Her:um1 Judkin P. Specific t'lu hin:, L. I. FeJ &" WM.PRICE. '
1 I wit:-The South East quarter of section Pour, I Frederick 5l> cents a box
i Twenty Fit'c Dollars Reward. 10 barrels No. I Shud ointment, in.ide by C. Hcisions, near ,

';; in Township Five, North of flange Eleven. West 1. _q I'ltAYEl) finin the Livery S 11,1e, Tallal.as-. Lead, Corn, 11115. Chocolate, Pepper, Allspice Nol iih'inn'ling attempts may be made t' impair Mar) land and of its deicricd tffi-'acy in cures on O": None aro genuine bless sgaedod J h
Petition now filed in the Clerk's Ofce.A.L.WOODWJnn Putty I served 0 Curr1.ts. the roiifidtixc of the public in the efficacy and \\iih whom I am well acquainted. Since aide printed wrapper.by the sole proprieUrl u
tea, I..g.:bright Hay I HORSE, lean i in flesh, Dfinijolins, PI iIIe r, persons '
1: I ,'. of this medicine, it will on tooiiquer HER, immediate iuccessi.r to the late A' a-
cura' er go
1'u.nuiinds, Oi Mnu Kniilishnlnnt.s po' residence in U.iliimonil has performed a
white itid (f and white > ,
i s twvi I f f, star in hi fore- 1 my
July 16,1837. 5 Cia friend
luad. 'nifJ lu,ise went away about two month iIitnun, Turpi ntiii1*, I IIerMI.l (iunp >wlier cure on a \> wine
I I Ttas tic itrh .Snutl'iii "lt ihe "(loJ opinion of ihousaiiils anJ tens of thou ill sehibeen sufferer for some with 1)9) Court street near Concert hail,
MIDDLE DlSTRIdV-.FRA2 SUP'R. <5 '. $25 'ill )J"d\'tn on l.is delivery! at Captain Hyson ,- lutttlcs, Caster ; my years
t COURT. ; Lro-vn'i! I Hotel, l.y Wm. CAUTION o pod \ k, Vini-gir, S;.aisli Ur'Jwn.lcm"1 SiUp) iand,. Already it has earned for itself a name this' ilibinssif-K dise-se, I now unhesttf\lIogly ap- L also by his speci:il appointment*. hj l

1 Hiram Jfourse, and Iliram If" ) rj,1.hls.e"l.ch 25th, 1:37, 3 f. Coj.al Varniili, ..S.ilinuiic., &r. For Mile! low by which ihs'nrdy! -mucks i annul reach ; that such is plied your ointment in my own case, and am gratified stEvAl'r atiirt
of Iclicis
Brocks, Merchants', trading I I --- -- ----- G. H. fc. T. !E. LINDENCEKUEIl.TalahHSSfe. the fact tIe number: in possession must thai I can say it made a perfect cure. Da
1. James Johnson Hlrgc, ( ) :: fully s.Itisfy tho most iucr rdol..us ; amid were i il necessary J. A. BENTS: Tallahassee. Feb.83 1 22d,_ =O tfe
wider the name, style and Jinn j 'll/tntnt JOT $1 1, i | <-i.-2'J,.I St 5 _I Itf'_ ,
tmnid
I br out nunieious testimonials
,fjfourie Brukt, j. 52S 33, issued E1H'EIt ANI) TAILOR, ----- J"A\I: : i Is" "- -- '-- there could Counting. room, Lombard st. REMEDYFORRIIEUMATIST ]
4 .1-1 I : ii. COOK, uniJcr the sanctity vf the oaths of those who, breasl .
vs- I jiril 25th, 1837. TALLAHASSEE FLA A few weeks ago a case of woman's sore

Wm.H.Harper, Dositr Thorr. :I (Nut Jior.7,". of t\ToicleJfteeler, in .:iIonuc it.) No. 100 HROADVVAY, NEW YORK, .ilL' r sufltiiig: the most acute anti Jong protracted came under my m tie, the breast re.itly inflamrd, lIE excruciating pain-the decrepit!
1 old
restou-d ti> hClhhlJuL it an" the "
have been entirely deformity s4
f ton end Lewis Lirini.totrll- I I I jut from New Yoik a Pino and Broad Street ike-s. the nipple scarcely to be seen-her appearance premature
rcteivet superior el\CCI eLension! of how ihf ual of the disorder in"
: HAS lues not enter into the c'.mpi many, ; she was in she arc attendants .
Thornton
: ing, SfC. at Harper, I tmellt I'rouidr-lhs Cass clearly spoke the great nvyry ;
I of. ml s anti OFFEltS tV tIc a full nnd co.npl.-te assoitmcnt of nw-dicine effe-t suchwonders cureerdinin
I it is possible' for boiamc to three moulds Ith! by manv from despair of a p
toll hail been
J JTHE she suffering
Livi.igston. me
4. all the fashionablerflors
most
VesfmgF, among wl/h are Gabion Purnituie of Silhbo.lrllsilh
consisting 11tlae healing art, as cxpciicncc has flaxseed the cfiiTCy of the numerous pretended
)i Defendants in said suit, and all others : and that have apprardin the New it, anJ was carried t-> her bcd ; she lien had j
teresed' will take notice of the institution : Yoi k market patterns,also an extensive a of Rca-ly m iblc nnil tops, da plain; Dicssin Blrc.\both. wijli in ir- proved then comj>elent to pcifoim, but such are the poultice! to it; other things, had been tried. I lo elf ct it is purpose. Dut those who ban I
tle Centre Tu1J1e. nrid
and of the i of said this I"rlel plain tops, Mrarp facts that they cannot I hits dcnieil. knowing it had teen fair trial of
thereof
t issuing advised Judkins' oiitment,
"t3rhment Clothing can round with :.Maibio Pier i.iblcs A .
\L.\ every whirl tops, DunnslaVics be obtained of G. H. &
The medicine
of said abo\e can fir. Jebb's Celebrated Lmiant j
the he and it
special) term
day, returnable to May ( w.irrant to be as neatly mad, arid of as and tables successful in like cases. t> got applied I1C-
said defendants ) nnd fle c.thl in S'.ts tingle, Br"lkfa't of ail 1'. E. LINDENIU'.RGEK: Monroe sire-. Tallahassee in 24 or tantlin aDd .ftbver .
Court being .
: ( non.reldtDI. any ever offered in the Sl'utlcr country. .' sires Bureaus do. SiiTm of all qualities, fasliion cording to the directions acci-nipanying It; even in cases looe > ;
that they appear and plead to the declaration filrd! suits 1 jwuths clothing, aJ1 youths chinchilla/ and i'l.iImO2.l Claim from $; to So: nldJfrl's 'ch FKmda, with proper directions for using it. hours all pain was gone'; it broke, and 1 commenced haracli>r, hate received certain

? in siid case, according to the statutes in such cjse hats fur of ions .tny c discharging copiously, and so. cor.tinu si me many hay been cured in a few d-J, -
cl th n.ens va Cluirk of \V
| euh caps ilrsi-ription, "nliol
Cal'' aut ivciy >esof Pa 3 1337. '
made and : Perry 'fOI"'Uaip, MiJil County May hours! ber of in B.tO41Ity
to ease
shirts from one seven each days ; the relief from extreme pain perfect ai a nun persons
provided.GEORGE sizes
qualiti'-i, ull Seciutaiics .
HUrKINS. uul.J q.ahtu'ald IldU..kra.cs.d. MR. JACOB 1 1 -Sir, I tech myself constrame1 -
K
oft; lew who with
afflicted
which arc of plain rmilThmllinen ., ex.itctlthc woman's astonishment : a d.iys re- were formerly .
\riey td Ladies \Vmii k Tables wil'i
April 29 1817. 41-tf Atiy for Plifs. among : /rblc 11,1 wo.t to inform you of the etlects that your Panacea usual and in e'< lt d. have tied Certilira.-- '
jilsm a id embroidencd bosoms, collars, stocks to Muhngaiiy hi li and French Be idstn.uls iluce her breast to its slate, ; lys very fully test 7sessior.
post hid In the IHIG! dur the months
on me. year ng C. HERbTO.MS t\tl8)Ott
COURT suspenders, fine tunnel, canton M.irble lo.! Jlaci'-s full the cure was complete. or the Propri tor, proviti,
MIDDLE D T-FRAKLIi SUP. m.rno lallcl/ Looking a soitmeni olHur ufJaumiiry. February, March and April, I was employed
ill t cotton shirts : linen, Mattrassus and Ftallur led Frederick county, April 3, 182' and surprising cures tj mean t. tbP
JOE P. W'IU, Wchment \ : kl togi-ilur with m thra-hing with a Uirasln.ig machine, andcaught otberapproni<
jmmpsuf forT and fur globes, fur collars do. while and coloicd to fiunish li'insc. BEWARE OF IMPOSITION. NIMENT. in cases wha.e: j
every artcle necessary a TII'liueal cold .nd he dust seemed to set.le on
I $139 RtttirnabU toJosnuaGztLwTand my
damage silk and linen handkerrhiers.Also MessrsL & It T Lownde, in rchants, Cumberland lions had utterly failed.DUiMERIE'S.
March25ih
f ( IS37, : ) much mid could no longer
Xocemt 'fe, ,S37CHA 33-Jr lungs. I suffered pain,
m
,
Gcntlt'men-As Mr llerstous for the sale
nil of
of clothing whic he agent
Jot ,
a iicro -- --- -- !
located in
WHEATON. JTHE wil I the WATE1
: attend business pain was my
EYE
interested will sell low according to the quality of the goods KKADY-MAW: my ; of Dr William Judkir.'s patent specific ointment, !
defendants and all others 8 .1 CIO L'IIXG. breas', particularly on the Me side. I wasaloatfltcted imme.r
notice ofihc in timtion t
of the is.uingofaaid wi it of ataclmln' this day; Nov 19th IS'-fi. ltfSIUIXG an assortment' of both coarse and fine, of V.1riolt'4l'hy..ici.\ns in th s region, but a'l to no with a sore leg-the fame Judkin's Ointment induced relict On recent sore eyes. the beet *
..ill small advance me to get a jug of it-but it happened not to .-Where the complaint has
filed which at a on covt.
and in we and
and to appear plead to V SlIMMER GOODS. el purpose; I then traveled to Lrca.t&.rciunty, bad ta***
be of Mr. Herston's make. I used it acemdi" to standing, and in some exceeding
the in such G 4T J E LINDENBEHGER g
statute case several Doctors
according also and
employ
case, to Chester ro. f bee
lid mae has leceivcd from New relief has
and THE subscriber just December. 183G i0! thrre, but dcrivd no benefit; finally, I had re the prmteJ directions, but my leg kept gelling unexpected and desirable
prvide.Datedlune of Boml>azines Man.
a fut assortment worse. the use of thit eve water after everJO
17th, 1837. Th.ba Merino (;lutIi Black Green aui'I l course to your Panace, and used one bo'.tle whichI who haves Iii
tua. Provision and Mr failed.
IN'ew-Storc Grocery.
(46)) CHARLES S. SIBLEY. Att'y if PltfT. purchased at Lewistown, (Pa. But it seemed aifi Herstons traveling to the west stopped at had Manj pursons thc B
Dahlia Cashmenetts, alt Summer Cloths, of a variety 5d7'HE subserihers have uni'ed themselves un- fir I'eca.ue weaker, ny house during the time, on looking nt the ointment flounce it the best preparation for
si i not to do ma good,
MIDDLE DIST :-FRANKLIN SLP. COURT.CUABLKS of colours, for s alllrck Coats. Z- bra 'er the firm of PEACHY & 1\NEI for the and any to bed. My friends I had, he mm ediately pronounced it not of- they have ever met with especially in ci
was obliged keep my It
M.IItDE.'j Plaid and White ribbed, purpose e'lablishing' in the lo\n Marks 1 advised me to use no mite> of it, but I resolved' to his make and furnished me with one which was.On .- ness or inflammation of long tl&udlng-

v }I I. .uffpsit. Attachment Satin faced, Striped Linen and Plain Satin Cliecks and Cartoon g.m give it a fair trial, and s.>nt for another bottle; this opening and smelting, I was sensible of the cents a I lottle. ".*1

JOsHUA GRANT and / Rrturnable toCiia. White Lawn faced welting &c. STOKE. IJidmg'bem* large and com atforded relief, ami! soon strengthened and improved difference, nl ho' looked like i it. I then applied the None are genuine unless signed''' '*! t
'
WBEATON. November Trm, IRJ7.: for Pants a great variety A of Vestings, Limn modious, they propose atteudtng to the ine as much as the first had weakcd me. I sent ointment wInch he gave me, to my leg ; It becamein printed wrapper, by the sole pr9P1 Dr. -

THE defendants ant all others iltue"tc', will Shirts, Collars and BosCm'' extensive general assortmentof Receiving and Forwarding of Goo.U and Cotton, for a third bo tie, and am now restored, enjoying a state of amendment on using the nrsl plast. r, DER, immediate successor t0thaiatJ Li

noti.-e of 1lstilutoJ; iut, and Hosiery, SfC. A !o an assortment of lo which they pledge, ih'-mselvrs to pay such attention befer health than I have done for the lat ten and continued anti? it golqu&te wdl. Conway. om, over

; cube issuing of sard; ? writ atlchn nt this 6ny ; ltady nude of Clothing hundred, Bombarins as will entitle them to a liberal share of years-I am a :ain enabled to follow the ploughever This ointment in certainly very valuable. and it For sale at hU Counth't ostOD,and

and (o appear and plead to the depuration, filfd in 4mong upwards, two patronage from the Merohant.s and Planters of the s.nce last August. lam fully convinced that would be a pity it should l he lost to the public by Coon slreetnear i Concert

the said case, according to the statute in such casemade Thibet, Ilennl, and Crape Frock, Ca"lbletVlltp Coats Round- Territoay, and neighboring coun ies of Georgia. your pa03.'Imay be tak--n without any injury, a counterfeit/ article, bearing the ntme and beingnot hut special t tnicntb &
and Brown
and pro\itet. Drl' Their goods will be sold low for cash or produce.As and is a useful medkine. Yours, respectfully jjenuine. WAI K NEH'AIANCumberland.
CHARLES S. SIBLEY. A t'y.Puff.L abouts, Pants and vests of every description, madein they will endea*or to keep on hand I constant DAVID ESHEL\IAN, ). May 21, 1831. N.J
which (
ishionable he it disposed
the most manner, 14
and of Groceries
Dat.dJunel7Lh,1837.-46-tf of choice qualiti 13.
supply superior from Reo Bever'.if Wargk. Tallahassee, March
reasonable for cash
sell or approved
to
FRANKLIN SUP. COURT. very J. J. BIRGE. and Provi"ion of every description. Country The jllowlng: remarks by the edltorofthe: Stark I have known Mr C Herstons to be the proprietor RENEDYF oi'rhi
.MIDDLE DIST credit.
: DUMFRIES
and Planters find it to their interest
Merchants
'
WIl County, Canioa Ohio Democrat are extracted Judkin's Ointment for several years during reC0'
I meichants and to
JAMKI O. McCAVLervi Innssumpsit-fcnmmont. wishing to leave
Country othf purchase call. Their store i' now The proprietor begs
to open. ointmeat made
from that of April 1, 18: 7.HoecK's residence in Marylandand the
for SIOOd3mage'"t.iJ will find it to their interest to cull at the JOHN BLAIR PEACHY.WM. paper my he does with the fullest
It has been
the attention him have been mush
AMEI Y. SMITH. JAMES above establishment.Tallahassee MANEIl.St. r.IUCEA.-We invite of by to in repute. remedies known for this
the citizens of Canton and the public generally frequently used in my own family, while living in I v.lnablo gOiflt'
H. EWIMO issued May 29, 1337. 1837. 38tjf Without
4FR.CDCR.ICE ,
W.BICKW'TRowaer"of Returnable to Novcm- ----- Alri29 -. Marks, Jan. 16th, 1836, 25-tt. to the advertisement in another column of this pa- Maryland, and during my residence in this city painful it complaint-nouh to ear, be has< i1

steamer Free Trader.) i her Term, 1 1837. Let my work recommend me. LAND FOR SALE per, under the above head. We have used the article with success. the deems moat undoubted tesumoniali thatl
B "FAUGH.
defendants in said suit, and all others in- Subscriber erected his shop at is !n! three va- ourselves and can safely recommend it to the completely answered the purpose

THE will take notice of the institutionthereof THE 's Store mar having; Baileys oflers his THE Tracts of Land situated within 5. 12, public, as an invaluable remedy for most of the Methodist Book Room, Mulberry at. tended, ibaa tn; other popular m'' li

and of the issuing of said attachment, returnable services to the s a first Mi 'Smith and 25 miles from Tallahassee. The first contains diseases with which mankind are afflicted. Having New York, May 20th, 1835. This remedy 11 perfectly inn ;.
punic ia
to next November Term of said court; and i is to do Farmers( plantation work.-, abut 1920 Acres, 150 cleared The fectnd 520 for a number of years been subject to the INCUBUS To prevent imposition, C Herstons name, tion to all conditions agettnd iee'

t and that) they appear and pleadto the declaration prepared o'.her smith 60 cleared. And the third 880 Acres, or NIGHTMARE, to an alarming extent, the his own hand writing,will appear on the envelope- tion description of the comp1aitt, &
He Also work abut
(led in the said case, according to the statute in work WIl on Carriages be done or in any the and 200 cleared. These lands ore equal to any in Panacea was recommended to us by Dr. Houck Leltars, post paid, directed to him, in Frederick each packet, which consists of IWO

I each ease made and provided. his necessary country work and dle Florida, and will be sold on terms advantageousto himself, and we are happy 'o say we have been City, Md. will bo attended to. and Electuary. Price, $1 for the
wishes )
diligence in discharging affliction.As and retail by Wftflt
CHARLES 8. BIBLEY, ) the entirely relieved frim that distressing For Sale wholesale of the articles is
: J.D.WESTCOTT.Jr. S( PltfT's Au'y oleasin; customers, to secure to him a liberal] share purcaer. H. W. BRADEN. a family medicine we have no hesitation insaying STEWART BARNARD, Druggists cents if bat on. STEWART DA' '
Sale by
For
29th : ofpatrnnage. EBER BE.qL.Balev's that we believe it is uaiurpasitd. Tallahassee, Sept. 17th, 1536 6eowlyr.
ate May ,133- IG.31 5lill>, Jefferson &otinty, June 11..1TLJL1I. 4-J Tallahasicc) March 15th 1837. tf. 32L11



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