The Floridian
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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: September 2, 1837
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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i. THETallahassee -
bA ..rane.. FLO ;
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Editor en business :' -.. : anandothcrzrnthonmpsth.j
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ctJlbblI1cnt.. 111\1' be post jaiif.iTFaILiiIUP.. U3QAmU CJ. QlID1Lm .= inadequate ; must bo a
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die -- -' .UJAQSSmm QmPrPmmmnun .A n cn _ _ before it caa be
-- ------- # -- oxpaln appreciated.
$ ,DIJclIIJI COURT, I Jockey Club Knees. -V'\1 7 a Qe & gentlemen of the
rl3.lnuO, In asjnmnfitSutn'onj, mUSJQJm i Q sCI-nlle
jg ) j fur 8U{) nn n E following Sweepstakes __ Ai1mCW his incursions sent day pre
vs ( damages; ati'i arc now open to on the Rio Grande when te Opwn light
for : .uel.M .M. (.ornc olf nL lit:ir annual porter en tho galvanism t
c"I fVaLLU I J $:0:1.{ i y 23-; bel', meeting in Dccein1S37 Original.} SV him. Ha brought back many Morning Chronicle. Chapman I bet electricitr
rCL'e horses Hale *
to Nov.
dc1eflda1t. IFrrfiuu
dcfc!tlant *nd a"1 others! inicrc-Mcd.wil Tcirn, : I'i, 1st. A.wccpsukes for three year old cohs and TilE TCXIAN VOLUNTEER. and some valuable. information, as to the pc:-su having Wit tho some difficulty ben I That ar modifications this of the same pip "

r ukenoii*If the "tttuniicm uf said suit, and fillies-raised I in Honda. Suliscriptimi SlOO, forfeit Fame's rye is on him not buigling movements of the inert Mexican*, ers, de Pickwick publsh cxer a controlling
i SUD' ;fMitl wr'1' attachment this day; I IjnncarrnJ S;m, one mile }ietts. To close the first of October, The battle! fu-ld 's before him- anc tarrird just long enough to his agreed to give him 107 a month I throughout th vast UpDS. of nature.-.
ttbe : to Ihe cxlaratiun! and amc tho day before the The greet number, or 12C/ for the whole That iu
chtplcs'O'cn presence
filed in raec. 'lor his L-row, fanrily and refit his party, before ho work. After i ifosted in the
conIJn' W the s'a-ule: in such ) 21 A fwtcrS\I.\Ci: \ ftP three And ; sat out the second number internal warmth of
idclstI? case any year old\ c.lts saily waving o'er him. mother the sale became our planet its beautiful
on im-
jc, ._......I..A. .. I. and. ulhes M1 the United States Sjbs-iiotm To frec'loin'acau-e his expedition. Several! friends, who so ;
.na u' vow i is gi\cn IH ense as to induce mineral formations
I" -' tho tho
pde JAS. D. WE.STCOTT, Jr. Atl'r for Plfff.: :'lrfct 8100, three mile hcai8. To csc| the"first 11 e'" bl ndcd] with hers'ory ; had gone from the Untcd! States to sec the him 701 publishers to give that ; variegated foliage
Dated ay'.Btli) I ti.l,1 G-3 III 1 October) nnd name the day bc1rctltc race. The soldici'a vow i i. told in i'lt.ivcn yomg IIcpublic, him. n month; and since No. X. he has. covers it ; in all muscular action ; the
._ joiner They could
3d. A pobtstakei, YnEE As he had one half of the profits active energy of man ; (he
"" FOIt ALL, nuux movi s on to yl I..ry. not have found including those expressive eye of
"Charles S. Sibley $.00; forfeit $100 I ; two mile heats. To close ujHi'in the I On on for I'rc'dom'j, cause- took a !cl( firIAttorncy1IdIC st October aiul name ihc before '.'fa? ty.nm'.s flag is party 111 of us, and moved ofT in I alone pa- lighin
District 01 Flo. day the race. waving; pers ho nett between -tartling crash of thunder,and
services Entries can be made to cither of the above sta I ,Viocmcn fijrht for rrccd m's Jaw-, fr cheer, I was struck by thrir appearance 3,000/. \al 2,0007 and imity with which the .ilet sob
TOfi'cI"I1Ii! professional ns Attorney: ll cs, by letter, addressed to the Secretary and Proprietor and tyrants for enslaving! a mutually wondered unnumbered
JlCounscIlortt Law, in tlic collection of debts, of the Club, any time before irthey would be recognized Nor is this all, ho was paid two guineas move in their rapid and harmonious course.
cK'-sing. a
Middle FlT.tla. lie will! attend all the J'-autr weeps o'er scvcr'd J tics at homo in their present ison.
;h The column for When this
Oificc] Jockey Club Purses will\\\ be advertised ir. WtiUt Valor's I Inut ach capu WatkinsTottle.and other "Sketch grand and universal principle
;1*;u in this DistiicL next door to tlc due tlll1(. T11OS. : plumes arc /Iyin"'; tvas mounlt on a mustang, (Deaf Boz w into
UWS cs brought
by which
hen the appeared in subserviency by man,
t knrc l.r< J D. Wcstroit, Jr. Esq.j !. June 9, 'IP37 \ patriot soldier dies, I IlIt's Smith's h evident marks the Morn a d
raU.llas.we j January Sith, I S:37.: 25-tf -Jl-if ..lcJl.lcs''cn in dyin-j. I ri ? of supe ing Chronicle. For. a column ef such sketches m nstralcd in the Electro Magnetic
breeding with
-'- -- Al 1LL i>A\V.Si&c. With Freedom's bann-r v.-ho could fear I ,) a Mexican saddle, con- now, he would have ten guineas from can there be a rational doubt as to Engne.
Ltv olicc. T fall if si sting of the bare any
i t'ran'V.wer? tree with a blanket
or success of this invention ?
:rre\ tubbciibcr's Office) is next .nnr to Msrttiewc FonT'liII 53St.tts)'* .;1 UiiI.. .'&lai.-e icu Pat. *ivv Fcales>..t..., LVn.Victory:. .oUiskLa.ear! .. grea coat girted over to Mexican m3:7me. fr. fire Without danger
corner t'f' Adams.nnd! Clinton, StiecKtoiiv I i spurs, .f course cut reporting, I ; m explosion. or elf rjrift ArtArkn_
. on consignment, and for sate\ low, to class s lIe', by Thl'n1) on for Freedom' on< n there no to its
liim-.cll' C'\u.c- cViWte5srto.c"TO Iwo three is becoming an aoneadjure
; of Jcroung principally to the lu.I""lIlraoo < or in- stead of 3001 objection
G. //. 1- T. 1::. LINDENUERGKR.July The tyrant's is ore: some a year, which ho
I.- la IJHH as COV:UL Ax. AD'OCATE, I j flag waving, bTts mae ta every farming -4.
bJLrrocxkts business ** may be placed with 1 1.c 1 'g>, 1S37. 51 When trtomcn fight for ficedom'.s laws, rank ; a Mexican g_urd* swung from To: insure him exclusively'or'(u'nsc11 butter, thresh the grain, and gin SSSHjfcgsthe the CU.-

.iwill; pcncrelly t>e handed to \J r. iLIp.J', U. S. flliN SPitING (SOOiS. And tyrants for enslaving: ; (hp saddle low-holsters-t pair of pistols Richard Bently the publisher, alow8 him of the agriculturalist. -
Spinning weaving -
ton ,
j,7rt, Aucrney) (occupying part of subscribers JUSTreccivedfroi.i r,e\v-York and naltimorc, i Where Havoc wield; her reddest brand and bwio tho bolt, t rifle on tho tho sum of 2,0001 year as Bent- manufactories
1 kfg1 )vho *illpun-anally attend to it The ub-1 assortment of lancyfc His step will be the lightest shoulder-a mackinaw: blanket rolled up encroupe ley's Miscellany, and twenty guineas and other may bo conducted -

,r .iJl r.ltciid the Couitof Appeals, and thor ) stapU dl)' poods, ready made Clothing, Hats, Where steel is grnspcd by heroes. lun is, -a cabarrus, or rope of hair around sheet also for whatever he writes in it.per by the poor of our cities in their res
iiici? Courts of J.tTerson, Leon, Gnd ideii, Hardware h etc viIHatk / liis blade u ill be the brightest. the horses's I dwellings without congregating the
'ltuLhu ai
tally: rctaiueil.J Lyonai c.-Super Priiiu-d, Firnch and JaconciIlnslins. lit:'II march wrh the ;deserving; hobbled when ho grazes nt night-a sump- get od account, I know not what is.

I A M KS I). AVKSTCOTT,Jr. For I'.ecuum' twines the I only wic.uii le mule, cilhct following, or driven ahead I know not how the Pickwick raIL

I Ti lla)3"scf! Ji&utry23Lh, 18J7. ,_ I IrsOO Gie Ginghams.uc \aj1.; Scotch, Stripe, Ptoi.l and check Then Whose" form is worth pic;crvin",. laden with supplies of 8:1, sugar, liquor, a may be in .\popular, but in England papers But it is in a commercial view that it exhibits

i REWARD : Super Ficnch, Figured, Fancy and\ oilier Print :Tl.c on lyi-an.'t.en for Il.ig rVcdom'.s is waving c.'u.c-', small! camp equipage, cooking implement, they are. all, the race. Th; -p.ml:; ; similesOi ;: in perspective at least, an importance'
-- combined with the finest It i.e
Li ik Lac, LUlc uiseriing, Caps and Collars. : .When liccmen figlit for frtc-lom's law, &c. for the campaign.The ; onitjivci Vcllcr arc-in one's mouth sublmity.
I lanOU.1'ION: j Ii Ladies Figured Satin, and Jau/c lldkfc. And tyrants, fo. enslaving Mexican gourd is a sort of naluralbolilc and half a dozen dramas have wol known that sea water an active
l Fancy Lr&inwiel? Scaifs, and Paiis Collars. / already ben (or the galvanic when kept up
i BY niCIMRD K. CALL, I -growing in the most convenient posfo on tho work. A battery
Ladies and nilcmeii'-s borsskin Glovr.s. X new one, by
Srtrtmor of the Territory Florida. / Fro.n the Southern.Litcraiy I Mcsscn:-er. sible i shape for the is by frequent changes. I there amy insurmountable -
Curl, Head 1i3. Cambric lldktVhitc < travelcr's purposes. I way coming out at the new Strand Theatre ]
rf T niF.REAR it l.as ben represented t to iric; \ PiiJ 1 P.Kifk f ilk llosc. / I is large at each compressed in in which W. J. Hammond will objection arranging teseat
If hat JOHN \\. DAVl-s.roii.1ncd in Unin- X.lp.lcun.! V\ lute: .Sain: .Sati: F.ied, on J RrownIJulluigs. Thero arc few persons \\ho have net middle so as to a great deal, nnd to be Sam He is appear ing of the vessel sons to forma ,

jail'SW ll1iont. charge ol( uum'ci rouiiuifcd in the : heard of Deaf Smith.; lie i is one of the most easily handled or h"l hung to the saddle. n to be the -eler only man for pronounced the character.by "Boz"w h the ocean for its bath, an the application -

of Monroe; ASA FUJIUS, SIMPSON i iKGIIAN ...it Coll.iintt or.nnd S tin FtocJ-. daring of the many brave menho will be magnetic power, the ship onward -
and DAVID WOODEN, confined I, I India llubbci and Cotion pcnilers.! -- -- You lose one half of the fun by not hav !
theft jail nloresanl, charged uih the munler of:i C o'ton balls, Hpuu1.1'1:3..1\ and Cmon! lldkf remembered in the history of the Texas THE Ar.tG.\TOP STOP.V.-By Sam. "Did ing the laughable illustrations which accompany in her course, and guide her to lac
Duitci worth,alleged to have been cor.'nifcd Cottoiiadc, Chainbrays, irheelinqs aud Jiliiiimg I r c vfltitiOni inhich reality has surpassed ihc I ever tell of my adventure with tho in the point of destination by the same agent!"
iWcuuiuy 'f yr.m\"ln.in: aid ten i hory, broke I, c'c. fiction of romance. b said Brewster to his fricn! .Alig.to The first leter numbers press were illustrated edition. When the uso of steam is proposed in
taJuiadctlicir the iiitnT-: )itrK : by Seymour
* escape luuuCluiney on Consjs'inj of; cvciyanctv of Frncy and P'ainPnrinluciiv As Jack, or Hilly or-;Mr.- Smilh, is they stood on the! deck of the steam boat a man who was fast the fame conducting our distant commerce, we cannot

IOVLthcrc'orr: \ in puisuanrc of law, I da liorcbv Ir i llouud J'ackcis, Suinmc't Cuats, nil next to no name at all, tho Harvey Birch of Henry Clay, as she went pulling nnd blow- of Cruikshank. Some fuss rivalling or other about a I avoid tho reflection that on the vast

a' rcwaidol Two Hundied Dotl. rs foi the I,: V csis. Texan, is known by the simple seulriqticl ig: throwing up the muddy waters of the protested bill annoyed him so much that he deep the perils of winds and waves are sufficient
rfhcn-iou auJ cdheiy ol rash t said Tom
name (which Mississippi. guess not, 'Blcssthat cut his throat. Since then tho
if J o/JfHuVn-/ any j ul in the Middle Vi.lr.11< I IPorida White and Ulafk, broad and nnir* \\vFa.hionaMc Lrill' illustrationshave I
: and 1 dj hereby enjoin nnd rl"Jllire'' Palm Leal! Hats I Lncd awl .h.lt1td. I I do not remember to have heard) being obsolete mu q'telo, he liked to pulled me overboard been furnished by R. W. Buss, a clever plosion.

rna;istratcs nnd peace oilicds! to be vigilant! in CROt.KlIILri. I in peaking or writing of one who has by the nose; but howsomcvcr if tho Artist. We know thero are many. who I will not

ippiehcnsion of the said offender ; !; of enl} v.nioty, too inimeious to rendered i admit that thing can which has
Con'.itiq I many signal services in the struggle Alligator tory arn't too long let's have it, ifit's There arc some tvv score of Pickwick any b not
uhu i W. Davis is about l fuc lect e'ght and a mciitioii. All ol( whichc ofii-r to the iy or for before been who in
liiKlies r j hijjh, bioad shoulders! thick .so:, has : countiy trade, at wholesale or retail, on voiyreasonable Tcxian independence and liberty. lie only to drive away this dull time, as our Clubs in London-all founded of ceursc,, ; engage no enterprise
is, I about forty-live old old Deacon used to when he drunk o their own, and predict tho failure of all
blur( cjcs,black hair, 'light conij'lcsion, jj--od icrm suppese years of say beer, since these admirable papers commenced.
II bU':1I1 nrruss the t'icck bones, ai.d of a Jurodll"g -1 G. II. & T. K.: LINDSNUCRGKU.Tallali.i 'rry muscular, though not robust proportions Those who have travelled on the Mississippi In Liverpool there are five, oae of which i is others-preserving a good opinion of their

aspert.F'crti. I --c-, April 15ih, lbJ7. :i(;tfNKV a utile abo\c the culinary. height, with know the value of a tough yarn, to relieve en a extended I own penetration by the fulfilment of one in a %
I !1' abmit fve: feet ., very plan.-Each member r
%1 > cigLt rhti hi"1!) hundred of their predictions who
11'uilt. I1a. b'a k }lirdIW: .; ejt", (hi!!: l'O:1'rI7.x" [ : SUMMKllnilllllsn'i : (;OOl a face deeply bronzed by severe exposure the dreary monotony occasioned by the ctcrnal bears tho name of one of tho characters in I seem" tothink
that "wisdom will
.i;full 7.c?, lofi;u ajul tvc.ulicriH.Micn, of sailorvaraii I ."-riltr las j J'I't i r ceavd a dlct :1 a calm and not very unusual countenance, clash of the paddles, and especially tho Pickwick papers, and is habited die with them, andre : I
.it soitment( ol ds suiiallc f OIl' the --I the which when exactly a always prating of the visionary, the rash I
"t nd U'otxlru is tiboiu fno feet nine 'he eo.iiri ing the l f.II.Jwinh ai'icl s, \ir: in the con and enthusiastic. I
: in or :.Jei.t circle, indicates by new nearly extinct, wh toiled 0 this father tained. Fines leviable if
iioiiib-'izinc Tl.ibctnd .Met mo Frock Colts : arc member call
Ik, nc2-'cr' I'-nn, fair coniplcxion, ligla! hail, ; its keen a I We in that valuable
searching glance, just ufltcrs before (to use their say reply no or grand
enough togive
; CtlllntCuICt; of inicinpTjlc habis1: and I 1 do. do. d. )rc.n (19! ; expression) another by his.real instead of his Pickwick.i3n
apHxcJ opi| to have bern a marine.Minpxn :: Venetian, Ca>s, an
) : V.ogIiau is about five feet eight inches '. Linen Jacket; (l tho spirit that slumbers within. o sooner passed that Brow, as they called Mr. Pickwick's double by the very men who are thus stigmatized .
i,thick se', has hzle tes, daik hair; lusa I Satin Plain and faced fancy Mai'do cillcb Vi-sjs II.l ; native of the state of New York, and} ,vent him, was going h) spin a yarn, than somo tenor judge etiquette; ef offence, contra bonos the Such.were the patriots and soldiers of the !
raliiok, addicted to intoucauon: and is ; ,.'I' mores such the inventor-tU
tuptl do I ira. about tho year22, in feeble twelve assembled around him. Brew felt revolution ; are .u
lolisvi* hn a rarin; >, Figured Silk and Satin ; h very the substitute for tho Rev. Mr. Styra;n.;<* ; sum, in short the 1
ISO, a reward of One HunJrcd Dullais for the t I rum ttii iio uo; ,.'heu ion of each and cvciy accomplice' who I Dombaziucand Valcnc'.a; do; te by the OfoCti of a good climate and active like a village lawyer when about to mane a acclamation, the character of Samirel was : th world 1

>!l be con*Ktcd of aiding cr abetting m the cv Sttin mad an.l:na\c-Comba/.ine!kin Slocks do, laicit Myl$-; cxcrcibO. 10 married a Mexican wo. stump speech ho thus began. assigned, is said to have much of the wit of While was ok ;Cz his

tut: the alorcsjiJ I'honcl'<. \ P l.tid Hair do; nan, by whom has Fcvcral children. leis "Well, it'l been some timo ago, before the real Sam. As the health and resources in producing the invention
; meetings are '
ilVtIy Cfl ujidtr uiy hand and seal, this I3'h: day ; of limited education steamboats scared the very ,and when joined by Mr. Cook, both
White and bla- k do; a man plain : ; speaksthe your creters way exclusive, membership being the
: only qualification
1sr7. R. K. CALL, Linen and Cotton Shirts; Spanish language: well, i is: a close observer back into the dry settlements, the Alligators i for admission, and as your correspondent were expending ail their available funds inexperiments

,, I Fi-'d and stiijwd do; of men and things, tho roughly acquainted to cum out on the river, and bark at is not member be the value of which wero not ; :
G' veinor of Fh'iida. While and "bioxrn Colon )r\\'ers u-et a can say oe
- -- -- Hdkfs-. and Linen Thrmd O'lores; with manners and customs of the t dogs on board our broad horns, and if r more concerning ibis redeubUble club.At appreciated by oters they were quietly allowed .

Proclamation;: I i Clack and fancyuoiucd) Silk Ilo-; Mexicans, and with the topography of Texas ever a brave fellow of a dog (as they did I the Liverpool Theatre, last night, a i l to exerioni enjoyingthe :

Whrc and brown Cot <>i\ rl.'i i.; and it-t frontiers. At the commencementof sometimes) jumped over after them they'd I farce called "The pity and ridicule of some, bt the envy
RICHARD K. CALL' do PickwickiA was pro a
\ lIl.ia and Lambs'-wool ; of none.
time rr\'oluliun. he resided in the town ofSan gather him up with tbeiitails, which you I | duccd, and went off with It
and Poi-gvcSilK! lld'u success. t
of the of Florida.BTHLRKAS Spitallield ; great Now
arernor Territory t I Black and fjny Silk Cravats: ; Antonio or Ucxar, on the San Antonio I know, docs them for a hand, and raising had been acted at the Adelpbi. Reeve's however, when such invaluable re-

fltluu l\ JAMES, it has I. been IIUGUEMN renrcsenleJ, imli.-tcd to mei! Aho:1., few suits of Youth C!.:;,mc, to;e-hcr; I liver, nnd about the period of its capture by their upper jiw, they'd chew him up handsomcl sonation ofSamivel was superb. per suls aro anticipated from a ful develope- a

UeSi.pciior Court for the Middle District of:I with the above} at tides, trc now oued lot :-alc the Mexicans removed his family to Columbia }; indeed, (ho vaimonts seem to love meat of the power ao utility the invention |!

rub, (Leon couiuy,) foi the mmdi, r of Itobcil j I'' cheap, fir cis'i or approved (.cdit.J.. D. liULL. on the Urazoa. He has been engaged dog meat better than any other, and they Our oten Country.-There is, it cannet they will no b ofen invited to : I

Miller!! bruite\ jail and made lii- escape from L I Iii June 218, *i. It-tf and with distinguished coolness and courage were sich devils that they used to try to I be disguished, a tendency to matter rather divide with others, bt emoluent and 1
the of the: 111 !
1 I5 TTun (\'ell ing ; inst I fame, before they secured
in most of the hard fig.iting: that has oc- climb up into the boat to get at our dogs; soc I than mind us. A few choice fnd themelves
theicfo.T ti
in pUI'utn'clI:1\! IdoLcrcliy : \OTICI':. among in either. But and
'r i repaid of Two Ilundicd Dcllrn. fir tc: : 'UltlNCS my absence, JOiN: ?'1. STRONG curicd in Texas!, happening always to "drop I used to slant! guard to keep them off c- spirits keep alive the vestal fire, but the will A these a just inventors indignant public

nJi'tiMoii end delivery ol ihc uiul Jajncs I D'I I i igacnin Ji..J1 will :vt amy "n," as fhasirc: j'ist on the eve of battle, very niht. Well as I was saying, we were m mass of our countrymen demand what i ispractical own pseudo back to
in anypil j \rithiu the Middle Districtf 1.I ItCllt.W.1. II.[ 1'ieNClS.Talit1iice ho attached the in fine their; original obscurity.We .
though was Ic\'cr icgulaily to I going up Mississippi one night a m rather than whit is intellectual
ffKla I nnd i cj! .'11 l mii
: hereby f njom .tratcs mP
KcolSccrsto: be vi ilanv in iic! apprehension all.11 of j; June CRth), 1SJ7. 17tffrom t the line of the army. He has the entire m new boat, lii3 current was running rrctymuch fhs: is visible in the universal scramble for hopo invention may not langnbb

tt'ul oliciulcr\ 1'tw aid Hr.:. (Ilin is live fi-ct 1 I I, TWitTY DOLI.HSAIUJ; ; : confidence of tho I'icsidcnt and Cabinet, n-s it is i now, and we had guards to property-in the adoration felt for for the want of the necessary funds to bring

jucbeliib, daiW cutuplckivni.ilucW daik Inii I | Q TULE my mills about the middl : ol and. indeed of the citizens of Texas, withluthority keep offlUc A Alligators, as we had some fino, i in the neglect of the fine arts,- wclh-! : it i into successful operation- Tha stock 0 .
ryebrow*, and larc tuskers when he broke j list month a large Ial! k l.roun Iny IH.TC mule. detail aboard aalo is dnote expressly t that purpose,
and munitions 'nt
hi. face r"'ph.; bluaud ami in po.id c.I""r.-! : to men pops we want to git I tle reward that genius has hitherto received and the

15 thick set and fleshy! wJks! free lIId 1 stiL: ;, lias !; wall hcs a sc.ir long upon, aid! ln-r Ihl: cc ngUt 01 rump'o.q' ,Urn some d\-five the or tiicttol MXini as the dangerous and incgular excursion., at: \ei as nigh as I could reckon 'twas a- at the hands oi our countrymen, whilo it i is purchasers of can enjoy to most gratifying reSection i

.su look, aaJ is incluid lt iIlIIJX ;ivrn under liand at tiut! IiO I h j enterprise, with the prospect of a rich
I : TlIJJ.hel'
!of June, I J8'57.r.iy; 1 mule wasbtoK-n l/y a uunway negro beloiijiiig: these excursions he i is: accompanied by thick fag all about us, so thick that you I more could bo expected? We have just finished reward. Was it where the chances !

K. K. CALL ic Col. Robert (Janiblevhosc Duns i u Jim D.IVIS some twenty-five or thirty picked men, well I could hardly walk through it: \ei I felt a i laying the foundatiens of an empire.Wo a lottery, .
I HP i i' about. 30ye.u:> oM; fin *'.ct SPXCT urcigiitinches : were a thousand to one against the purchaa I
I* Govcinor riori.la.KOTjfCE. i high: rcnurkal.lys'ou'.i: .p'tijilly nrioss I il.obrcasi equipped and mounted), who arc 'generally tcrri'.lc burt against tho head the boat havo had two wars to fight, both fierce cr, it would be rapidly sold. We believe I

- .--- '! mill shoulder\, ; bov.-lrg\ !c.J. clllIC: black, and I commanded by Mr.-Smilh. Thus attended and then guaidssungout, a snag, a snag: and bloody. The war-whoop is not yet 0 the chances be reversed in favor of "} r.

h has lot: > [: .ull'criher.'i:1'ing' (ormcd n copartner- yel savage i investment in this case, for there is
I rRE',\J hcrcafici r coiulu' the I i,upj;; businessV&ane I will give thc above rvw'i d to any j Json who twill the interior reconnoitering; the outposts a q big as tho body of a common sized tree, j ceased to us. Tho musket i is who is no onto 1
mule and knowledge
deliver boh: negro nther! to Col.unble our acquainted with the f
rc present 4 they,re-pcctutly I hey will rotiiiiue ocvupy.: their They shups f\il i!ill kcepj ihc !;! and ten doll u-s$ for the mule! delivered separately: l luring their expresses, and bringing to headquarters says there's no use grieving; so trustedto chisel, begin to be taken up. The Great speak with confidence of its entire success.not :

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lilt t Alcdieinc-, &1'., and pledge ihrniMlvcs toBotliins confine either, (and imiwrt to Cu!. Gamble or myself t of cvnnts in Mexico. Such a man About light I got un and went to sec h.w rcadinj and thinking population. Anen,

' ) but rcnuinc nriu !..s. mfoi to.nation recover of our such c..ufinemcni. ,) as will enable on such enterprises must have met many things were ;oing, and bless your soul what this be the greatest book-mart in the How to protect Orchard*-The old minister
us property.LOUH
(M J.EDWARD EDWIN STEWAUT, M. D. M. GOLDSDOROUGlIVirt1and perilous risk, and shed much blood. The do you think it? 'Guess 'twant an Aligtor' \ Literature is already becoming a i had an orchard of most particular IOo

- IJAR.NMIlD.Jr. I \ JelFcnou county, nc-u Monticcllo. history ef what this: man of the prairie and said Tom. 'Yes, but it was-tho t profession. As we grow in our fruit; for he was a great hand at ,

HEMIV W. illLLIAUD, July 10, 1537. : t tt ihc w ends has seen and suffered, would cast had played! the snag, and run his: head clean then, and strengthen in our strength,gowt Ii graflin, and what not and the orchard stth- i J .

ATTORNEY, \ I'LOUIDA ('L, "DIS. t tho fabulous heroism of romance in the through and through our boat up t. the dogs'I build upcn the foundations our fathers left e d right up to the road.-Wcll was '. .

\\'D COU.V4SILLOIL A T LA W\I IV I. JOHN 1'. DUVAL, C1fTi\lbl.as, and }'rati I. shado. bed on dcl; he hid eaten them all cleanup us. We rear the fabric of FREE GOVERNMENT some tees hung over the fence; I never seed I I

tLL.practise in M.iitgcmery. Ala;, and the j, A. Dickens Washington Cil),formcrly Deaf Smilh is of but bull wi such bearers, the apples hung in for '
.4jv.n; .. ;,, ij lii' a man great modesty' anc large pup, what had got the skies. We will adorn and
.0 Sur all np.
nnffC- >crior Court* nf the\ Tr \ Dcnaitmcni, will j' vci.t8
&.labaina, and UK Circuit Court ol tho Unrc: !l cl.iinn for Iscgr lIrv ci milt l oilier property destroyed or I und propriety oloelorl1eO and when lie crossus In iliu .iv.cis iluudi, so nc embellish itand make it beautiful in the all the word like strings of ono tho J

cs, at Moliilc. taken off by ihc Indians, and for horbc!.&'. killed in can bo narrte some of his.: coul'nt pull his bead out from the boat again I, of all men. We wi kindle such a cycfl fruit ws fuJ. Nobd, tooche tho t

one 00, 1837. 4f..tf ; scr%ice, or taken for the Army.JOHN. adventures, ho dors it ns if he were not at all because he coulm't shut his jaws, and there the American n shall illuminate tho minister's apples, and lost : I.

Adjntunt Gcnornrs Oilirc, I i FRANCIS A.P.DICKENS.Felt. DUVAL,. conscious of the thiilling interest which they was fast, wiggling tail absut in the wa earth. Do Hot here accuse mo of prophesy. (helm by the boys hisn always hong there :

HEAD aUARTEUS, ) 1. t'337. 27.tf aro calculated to excite. Like thousandsof ter for all the world liko a whirlwind.' But Prophesy has ever done us injustice, and l like bait to a hook, but there nev- W so '.

Tallalia, July I, 1837. ( I 1't -Lcttrr*post-paid},diicctcd to John P. l lJt 1- olhnrs, who have been unjustly and i ignoranlly how did you get him out?' said Tom. Why, for very cowardice faltered behind the day. much as a rubble at em. So to him 11 ;'

GENERAL QJRDEKS.PHE 'I \Tallahassee., ftGI jiLt, w ill be attended!lo. __ regarded as fighting for tho soil of I'l tell you: we cut his head of smooth Imagination, even cannot picturo the destiny one day, Minister,said I, how on airth do ;

Adjutant General, vicing it ncr:viary; N01'IC conquest, ho has staked his life for Jib rly, tho deck, and tied up his -ho fit- that awaiti us, if wo preserve our liberty I you manage to keep your fruit thats so -
have in his the .ticnth of the
possession -
llcia o! Florida, comprising the first and second ,I IX monhs: after date, I fhall 1 exhibit my ac.I against the oppression of a corrupt clergy tod so tight we did'nt leak a drop, but wenton. and our U nien. God has promised I renowned much exposed, when no one else cant do it .* 't| .. t

s4e ,hereby requires; the officers commanding' I roiini and vourhrr to the Hon. Judge of tho and an impotent court Liko his comrades I in 'Guess z it was acute way to get rid of a existence, if we will but deserve i it no how Why they are dreadful pretty fruit I. L

Brigades,-vizUrijadier General I. Head, i Guardians' Court, as Administrator, for letters of arms, he i is nerved for ,the unequal, but already ]I. Mississippi sawyer.' said Tom. 'And do the He speaks this promise in the sublimity of slut they? I guess, said I, there ant the like 7
'Ifigade; and brig. Gi-n- Hernandez, 2J BnNtrlo dismission from the administration of the estate of on em in all Connecticut. Well, ho
ba-k liko and climb into oil the of says ,
gloriously successful struggle, by the: Alligators really a dog. nature. I resouod along crags
caue: reiD ns to be made to me at !alla. Allred'VilkSllec'J. JOHN M'.MELLAN. I'll' tell tho but
secret j jS
:, thro' their Colonels commanding the vaJ June 1, 18 7. 46 sacred impulse of freedom, and both he and boats?'asked a consequential foppish chap, the i:uttered in thunder at you you need'nt* let y

regiment*, the strength of each company,bat- they have learned to endure hardships, and who hud; been waiting in liis tablets while Niagara. It is heard in the roar ef two occans on to no one about it. That are row next j

m "ad*" regiment, including in report the name irayed! from, "!'.h SL..1IIk.a cut on, Co his htud.ome ungucTEN ianPONEY to encounter dangers, without, n dollar I in hew was spinning his yar 'For sartin from tho great Pacific to the rocky: the fence, I grafted it myself; I took great i .

o each corn-missioned SAMUEL TARKHILL oflicer. DOLLARS will be gi\en for I his> apprehension their packets, or :ration in their knapsack they do,' said Brew, 'and I've heard them rmpalt of the Bay ofFundy. His finger pains to get the right kind; I sent clean up k ,

41 and delivery at IlacklcyV nablcs. mile off like hounds it in the broad : of to Roxbury, and away down to Squaw Nock
Adjutant General of Floiida.NOTICK. Deaf Smith bears the character of a frank myself in full chase? has written expanse our
J. M. ARMSTRONG. open-hearted honest and humane man-for c Astonishing!' said the stranger, and after inland seas, and traced it out by the mighty Creek. They are beautiful, but so eternalsour

I -tpersobs -June 17th, Ift37. -4.S .- humanity: is a virtue not known in the camp making a note, walked off, 'That's ono of Father of waters. The august Temple i in that no human soul can eat them. Well, ;

(1 Wrge wall indebted nuke immediate to the late firm of Kcrr to Jas.& NOT J C.;. -tho best soldier i is ho who can and docs your men who travels to make books,' said which we dwell was built for lofty purpose the boys think the whole minister's graflin.

payment i weeks from the publication hereof, the sub Brew '( reckon he's Oh! that we consecrate it to Liberty has succeeded about as well as .that row, "
;zuI1ott, as further indulgence cannot I SIX feel for the sufferings, which duty compelshim got an Alligator sttry may
.,otherwiw will apply to the Lion. Scars IJry n, I Concord nnd be found fit and sarch no farther. They snicker.'at my T
the same will be'Jut in tiuitlIl&lely. to inflct.: Ho is deaf, and hence, this time.-[Masonic Olive Branch. and worshipperswithin '
of the Court Jackson i fur very
KERR Judge County county graflin, and laugh in my sleeve, I ,
its hahis-Knickerbocker.! guess
C4s DAN D. STURGES. lettert of administration, with the will annexed, his name. When' asked one day, if ho did i holy at their penetration.-The Clockmaker-
upon the c'latcof David Trammel deceased. not find much inconvenience from his defect "TiiE PICKWICK PAPEKS AND Boz.-Tha _

I TAKE NOTICE. JAMES J.TRAMMEL.Aug. 'I when on his campaigns he answered Liverpool correspondent of the New York DAVENPORT'S DISCOVERY: The last accounts from. Smyraa,3in&rraus :

I't, J5"conn's against the estate of HAR 5,1837.THE 52.l wNlQ'I9l -"No, I sometimes think it an advantage Star, thus writes:- As we have given our own views cursorily that tho Plague still rages there with unabated -

,}JURN&Y, late of Leon county, d Ic.I' Tl -I have learned to keep a sharper look out As a proof of tho uncertainty .f I Horary on this great invention, we annex these violence. From 1000 to 1500 die ,.

2'b&ch& shall not bt presented, fully auJT TAXES for 1837 are raw due. By call -and I am never disturbed by the whistling remuneration, I would instance the example from 1 source which, if known, would I be weekly. The Cholera and some other contagious -
*rred., within This the s a time final prescribed notice.1kt by law' ) and( on paying the subscriber the sam,,at the his public oflice will in Tallahassee much of a balI don't hear: tho bark till I feel the of "Boz.." When he commenced tho Pick deemed higher authority than aay thing- we diseases are a Iso making fast strides

SIMON! TAYLOR, Admiistiator. oblige SAM'L. ll. DUVAL, wick papers, ho was almost unknown, and ourselves ean utter. towards the lessening of the population in

18, 1837. 4C tf July 1:. 1837.-4' Tax Cotlccjor. bite.Deaf Smilh hsd jutt returned from one of I was living on five guinea per week, as rc- .*We see the machine in motion ; we w it- places near Smyrna.



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and yields I i I Prom the St.( Augustine Herald, Augti5l 1P.I !) and made several strokes near'the
that be understood improving, centrirf
wealth and industry, entitle her-to t,_..,This is 'been effected'1 venture to assert/and .beyond the estimate! of the government. I Our-Indian -Jlffatrs. .We*learn by an thewell, whereupon; water' gushed ,Jf'n
successful contradiction ar
FLORIDIAN. a question which must: responded. to affirmatively boldly and without fear been Such are the consequences of a. government express- which i .arriTcd.herc in Tlimsdaj vivid Corrects.. Had not Mr. Wj'extremely i
Indians have
On this occasion, then, it behooves thai more Su. and a bank acting in unison, and ,according from Gcii.. Jcsup's Head Quarters, that information active in attempting 10

COMMUNICATIONS. us all to join; heart and hand; to give killed and taken prisoners west of the to thestrict principles of commercial had reached there that thc Indians would have perished almost instanti .
wannce, than east of that river,and that too, numbers in the "At the time of tile water
in '
= all petty animosities and purty bickerings.J science. Both the Dank of En d and the were assembling great gushing >
"i'he __.._ ... .. up .. .. the troops raised in Middle awl West | ensued
Hrtw-i-o : !" rhntiM \\*\* J ? r."rn. %VV%*\"a rtnr most intelli by sometimes errwl'ut! such al neighborhood of Fort Jing.F'hey expressed continued roaring similar to
rv:i petrod two weeks sine*, but, owing to our absence gent citizens four individuals competent and Florida. This can be clearly proved : and government of may crimination and rcrnmination nothing but the most friendly intentionsas clap of thunder,which shook t&e r. .

[i overlooked. able to represent our view and our feelings! the individual who seeks to dctiact from the spectacle error, and banks display usual.! Orders however have been given to lently for several hours. By 'anof '''

For the Floridian io this all important: matter. Thus far am I fuii (
To the People of Florida : willing to lend my assistance in achievingthis best intcicsts of our T rritor)'. lie forgets, has of never the.world been and probably will not be It is said to be Gen. Jesup's opinion that they burnt like Alcohol; the blaze struck 6"

I have read with a great deal of pleasurethe desirable result ; and thus far will I con- too, that the first blow was ctruck near Fort history have the elements contemplate an attack upon sonic point; he above the surface of the well, and at the

communication of Hampden," which tribute my efforts in serving t the people of King by Middle Florida troops, who attacked 3in.. In this in country we abundance than has gone to Foi t King. Gen. J. has order time burning the puncheons that lay ......

'1 appeared! in the Floridian' of last week and Leon County. Very respectfully and whipped a party of Indians that bad of there prosperity exist, in even England.greater The following ed the purchase horses and mules for the top of the welL The water still COQI "

1 biehly' approve the course he so ably points your obdt. tierv't.JAIES burned and plundered several buildings about can ensuing campaign. to boil. -

t' out. The subject concerns every citizen of A. BEKTHELOT.To a mile and a half from the fot. Tjure will: explain- England. The force lo be employed in the coming

the Territory: and goes directly to the bo- are now, and have been for some line, circulation $125,000,000 campaign will be large, and, We arc inclined Mississirri.-The crops, we are
of for as VOTERS LEON COUNTY. from Middle l Florida in the field, nrx- Aggregate paper ,
om and business" every man ; TOE OF troops think efficient. The 1st., and part by a gentlemen from Mississippi Wrl1
50,000,000 to .
,.ir.a....__._..j._........" h-:*-! .- -said"--- -No- neriod, has OCV'i I have been informed that a belief of ni\' iuuslv l waiting for orders to go into. actve. Specie T-_.'*J-/ .O/.. ...... of the 2nd very Rommpnt.. of Infantrv.. and the or m a more flourishing- condition Or-. ._.. ._...
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ctirred io the history of Florida of such momentous i intentions to solicit the suffrages of my fellow operation. They are men, too, wno vm 1 J\ggreate circulation v ,S.--SOUOo,000: remainder of the;: 2nd Regiment of Dragoons,\sed a richer bar*eat. The supply
i import.", The people have by n l li citizens for the honor of a scat in our not turn their backs to the enemy, nor qtail Specie:; paper 40,000,090 h ave been ordered to Florida, and from 1500to will be very gtcat, as the planters,frOIll "

deliberate' vole, decided in favor of a Slate icxt Council, has obtained general prcvalancc. before the war hoop or deadly tire of the la- it will be seen that 2000 Volunteers mostly Floridians, and pecuniary embarrassments, and the .
Government. The question therefore, of l Pleased to discover that the composition vage foe, ready to do their duty, and will do From this statement has, this moment, a well mounted have been raised, organized, of the western traders accept the local

a Convention will be agitated in the next of our next Council is becoming a it at all hazard. Why this continual stIle our paper; circulation than, at ; .in and mustered into the service of the United per money for that commodity, hate" &
broader basis of they possess
Legislative Council. Ought we not then lo topic of general interest! and discussion, and and! bickering among our own citizens the water States, together with 1000 Indians, of various i induced to cultivate it extensirelj. j It
look out for men of the best talents, experience learn that I and these frequent and unjust charges com1 England 1 -yet the currency across i
gratified to nm thought worthyof stable-and is depreciated northern tribes, now on their way to Flor believed that the next product of the
i is healthy ours .
and weight of chaiactcr to represent participating. in the deliberations of a session ing from the east. I cannot but conclude fluctuating and almost worthll'ss.rrhis i ida. The whole Army will probably com cultural labor of the State, will COD: .
This is clcaily true that no one will which that Iho au'hor of all this confusion IS no ,
us. so : promises to occupy so conspicuous disastrous result arises from the financial posed of about COOO men. very far in relieving her from the ltd
gainsay it. But how arc we to get our best a place in the history of the Territory, friend to Florida or her gillant'and mcrito- ( of thc two countries. AY hen But with all this force to be in the field we debt under which she is struggling and|

men into the public service ? I answer aln and to exercise so important an influence on rious volunteers.It Ithedepositc I management banks undertook the management cannot venture to predict the result; so many enable her to satisfy the demands oChtt .
,... not liv waitin for them to offer iheircervices hM fuluro rtullc-1 regret the nccesHty: is also stated by this writer, that all is well appointed armies !have b ;cn in the fUami dilorj. e
:experience has proven that we of lift public funds, they also promised
41 would.ha &*iol'lVio! ,voters "coiiler which compclls me tj decline the numerous peace and qui.cJ.nc} 9.,J'lbsume 1 n'oYtilfiica/ ?"! us, "better! currency -HIT" nuciuduons so many have been our disappointments,

'( in their neighborhoods, and name the together; hct guided under ordinary circumstances, and have no doubt that this is correct, anil thatno steady rate of exchange, and permanency in and failures from unforseen causes, that we Tho St. Louis Bulletin, speaking of ,,

men they can think of in then Without thus publicly contradict the prevalent rumor. hostile movement will be made by the the value of money.VEDXESUAV can form no certain opinior.s as to the result law recently enacted by the Ltgialatara.

to county. I fully concur in the potriotic principle that I enemy until well provided with provisions, of the next operations of the army. The o- Mississippi against the carrying of iea6

or individual any regard preferences.locality, party It matters pr'judices not, an individual! is bound to accept and faith .! &c. which they arc now no doubt. prepaling, \ August 23 1 1-2 o'clock, I*. M. pininn is expressed by some that when they weapons about the person, truly.tap: *jj

fully discharge the duties of office to as well Things arc still with us:: dragging theii slow find the large and overwhelming forces which an excellent law deserving of
how be in nomination that any as seeking out new nnd more secure i imhatJQ
qualification many may i is kept put in view, the larger, so the which he may bo called by the voice of his hiding places, their old haunts having; become le-jgth! along-but the result is clear. Our will be brought against them they will makean Missouri as well as elsewhere. Half of,|;i

number the tr.ore ample will be the field ( country ; and on this point, and for the purpose too familiar to time whites to be longer financial ruin is working a great monetary unconditional surrender. calamities, the report of which occaatod
: selection. And citizen elected under conveying the best idea of my own trusted : \Yheii these things arc all arrangedto reform. Congress will have to put the seal By the order of Gen. Jesup, which will bt shocks the public mind, would ootoccQi

such circumstances any, would be to feelings, I bog leave to borrow the striking their satisfaction, the work of massacre toil-the prostration of credit has done away found in another column, all Indian propertyis for this fatal habit carrying weapon ci,
proud servewhihit ,
those rejected would not feel form and raccful manner in which General and plunder will be recommenced with increased with insecure contracts-with the violation of declared to belong. to the captors. This is dcstincly. In the heat pa"ioD.nd,

grieved. ag- Brown has conveyed his sentiments, of. violence, unless ample preparations taith-with the expansion and bursting of the an additional stimulus to every individual belonging times for the mere vanity of display a._

I would commend the of which my own arc the simple echo, in tho I I I are mado by the whites to keep them in bubble. Things arc finding their proper Ie-I to the army, to exert himself, and we I. pon M dangerously used because it bra_
: a last" Watchman." check. JAMES: vel. In Mobile, the property holders arc reducing doubt not that immense havoc will be committed band which if the law .
course something like this in STEWART.IVoin at : discounteoaac
every county ; But position is not that their rates of rent in some instances the enemy's ranks. All will
my a among
and habit
private the would
and I ------
? hope every editor in tho Territory will ----- I punished rarely! icr
feel it his I individual. I am at this moment engaged llie" New York II eralcl. : one half, and in most cases, one third. This'! be done that can be done to rid the country:. Besides brave unless hu
4 duty to mako an effort to inspire a man, (lii f
the public mind with the importance of this whether principal or deputy, matters not, in MONEY: MARKET.TUESDAV is only the beginning of the great reform-it'-!'! -of its terrible enemy speedily. threatened, scorns to live in perpetual I,
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will like fire until the
subject. Let d h district! : strive for the honor discharging the duties of an office full of Labor August 15, G P. !M. spread a prairie on ;( d. of bis fellow-man, and the best proof <.
and responsibility. lIe who The singular of rank weeds rapicious speculation arc burnt j I iMtcstfrom Florida Major GUILDS, of
of( having the talents occupies a elasticity this great commercial courageous and virtuous disposition, i it.
greatest on ,
array scat in the Council hs: no time to to away-until a general equalization takes i the U. S. Army, bearer Despatches from
the floor of the spare community was never more visible I Le found unarmed. '
'I next Legislative C'J'JHC--: ::: :! (i'uo d:1! 1itns another ffice. Every houris than it is at this moment cf place-and it will be out of the power of the 'Gen. JEsur to the Secretary of War, arri-
It will be the of general depres-
the means view bringing forward, before required, cither for subjects of general sion and confusion. In spite of the destruction t few to make their fortunes by riding on the I I vcd at this port on Saturday, in the steamer Fron- the Mobie! Aler. Advertiser AOg1lll1.
public men of worth, whose the local interests -by making even tho staple artides, John M'Lean, from Florida. :Major GUILDS
1 talents legislation or \ of his own ( of all confidence--the prostration of the many I I LAND PIRATE*.-We learn that a.
j. friends.are now And only when know to their immediate county. foreign trade-and the confusion of internal corn and ;provisions, subuTV-ent: to their griping j informs that as:: tHe M'Lean was: getting un- land pirates, about 30 in number, "

stand the we shall take our Independent of t this consiJcration, as a business, there are symptoms: of hahhand and insatiate appetites. tdtrway, in Ashley River, Capt. William some time been prowling about in the "h hty
.amongst ir.dependant sovereignties I The Canal Bank at New Orleans has re-1 Is. Mailland 1 of the 3d Regt. U. S. Artil.
genuine that Fish
of River. have
-I of this Union, as all will admit republican, cntcitain conscientious prosperity only require time and a They witlim; I
no very slimed specie payments.Ve show! no Icry, in a fit derangement threw
4) distant will scruples on the policy of accumulating offices little wisdom in government bring to full symptoms temporary days, broken open sevcial house?, a&Sx
/ day, we and shall: have to fill
ofa resumption here. Nicholas Biddle himself from the stern of the boat and
; our state offices from of profit and trust in the hands of one maturity. .A snng and active retail business was a woman and her children, and roaunil
t, will then know amongst our own peo individual. I am constrained, therefore, to on the cash system, has existed through the shows no symptoms of resuming in Philadel di o -ncd. The stern boat was instantly various depredations and outrages.. The
pie where
we find
; to men decline the phia. lie has been acting with consummate lowered, but in vain, the wind, which was
qualified to fill them. B. proffered honor. I, however, whole revulsion. The auction fall trade begins izens have armed themselves, and seat
I embrace this cunning professing to serve the New York I Mowing fresh and a strong tide, hat!
occasion to declare that the I now ((9 show signs of life, and many very Pensacola for co-operation of a goreraai
;k For the Florudan.Mu. -. proofs of kindness and confidence manifested traders and travellers aro approaching the merchants, while he was laughing in his sleeve carried the unfortunate MaItland beyond the vessel,in driving the villains from -

EDITOR :-A call having been made for me more than once by my fellow citizens city, During the last few days, these syinj at them, and studying shown his own interest in roach of succor. Captain Maitland was tcrs The gang are in possession tei a i qg

me through tho columns of of Leon on former occasions of a simi loins have increased. The commercial:. advertising Philadelphia.F'his clearly by the highly esteemed by his companions in arms, schooner, and by their conduct seem i
I upon your paper official tables of the United States Bank of t
lar nature, will bo always remembered business in the HERALD Ins doubled as a gentleman and a gallant: officer-ha: We will
allow by opposition. be
I' by "Many voters, to my name to be the 1st of \ugust-so much for the Philanthropy hope they sped
I u<' ed as a candidato to represent the people me with mingled emotions of piide and grat- in a week--a never fading evidence of r I served with reputation from the commencement and effectually extirpated.

I 'Iff f of Leon county in the next Legislative itude. SAM'L. II. DU\' \L. good health-for when trade is dull, advertising : of Nicholas. Will this course tend to of Indian hostilities, and his gallanlr
Sept. 1st 1837. put his Bank upon its legs again No. We lin nction dUi the last received
is ing
Council dull. Another fact of summer A White is
; -permil me through the same chan- mag a fa
'L must have bank here. Missouri .Ytgt-There
; r.el nitude.-.O'er three hundred have a specie paving .the brevet rank Captain. Capt. Maitlan slave aged II
I Ml to return my sincere thanks (to Many strangers has for it. It will belonging to 3Ir. 1
Voters add AUGUST 31st, 1837. been entered on the books of the hotels du- petitioned Congress:: was severely wounded at the battle of the Craig, on Keowee .
L ,;,t.- ,. at same_ time to assure myU be it national l The Pikens Dt*
FELLOW CITIZENS There are strange as says, a blessing. rotten \Vatot, Swamp in November last from af*_
till it
: :1CIO,", ai7cn ot Leon, that 'a rinrr! -!; rl.iv. and i-J nrnltahln/ Hintvn Vi.itI I -. -- (11''nlp,1 rrn. f..n "t
n -
many. .. reports out about me. The first i* thaI have several. thousand ana corrupt system 01 tile uanns is crea- which wound he bad not entirely reco'vered, .u UU/VtU
induce me iu j viiiio .v fl" I arrivals I before parcntsandwhoseven has been
fr rp< IICJ 'C...l-U ...,j, '....,;in<.ea In.I' many ting universal disgust and detestationCon- since the
I bonor candidate for their suffrage tvinlpr. I acknowledge weeks claD. when the unfortunate event above recorded .
j ; becoming a I did i in the first mo c. --. U:.__. ,-:__ .....t" It has themon gradually undergoing a change
pauui I no trade took
Jail earlier .
i a< ibis time. ONCE haro I been honored sion. I was confined to begins than usual- tho hip--will it renew their charters in pla"c.His biacx iu Tvfii'ur. On' her neck,
with the suffrages of the people of Leon my room by partly in consequence of the early meeting op body was recovered yesterday morning shoulders, the Columbian reas
for some days, which kept fremobscn'ing )position to the wishes of the people? says 'ime'perfec i
f' County; and ONCE have I had the honor of that I of Congress--partly: because tho revulsio a Specie has declined in New Orleans in Ashley River, back of the Race of a soft, delicate,
every thing ought to have -here trnsparn
their interests in the has destroyed all the coring trade. Conrse, and was interred in the afternoon
representing LegiSLative done ; even altir I recovered health I Yet it remains firm.-But little business will be healthy appearance, unlike Albimj
$ Council. During tho boisterous session of also neglected my business. my But fellow these it must be acknowledged that while done this fall, but it will be done fur cash/ ; the in tho U.S. burring ground at Fort Johnson. are her eyes pii-k, like those of an .4J
1836 alousand healthy symptoms exist in some bran. We learn also from Major GUILDS, that natural.A .
no one was more scrupu citizens will of throw basis of true prosperity. In the mean time but
any you away a good dies business the ,
;.ous' in asserting and defending the rights of gun because it has snapped: once-would the exchange and a most prolific crop, showing every prospectof 50 Seminoles were encamped at n
the floor of that money market arc getting flatter and short distance; from Fort King-that the Bounty to Huntsmen.
is coostiluents upon body you not try the old thing over again before lower. The an abundant harvest, comes most oppor- -Tho i
than he *.bG now addicsses >ou : as an evidence you lay it by. Fellow citizens, I have no facts contrary character of those tunely to mitigate our distress. post was healthy. and all was quiet. tants of Falmouth, 31 ass. in town' 'a
of this, the journals of that session chance visiting you, owing to are natural and reasonable Real Specie i is in high demand and scarce. Mnjr GUILDS inform us, that a few days have voted a bounty to any one who ii
my present trade very
will show what wan done, and I anj':) fell ,I confinement ; and owing to the present state on the crops and produce, to I It is probable, owing (the, scarcity, that not previous to his leaving Garey's Ferry, he I the ravenous animal said to b pro
; a conscious pride, that to no act of'mine, of things I am kept from visiting all. supply a positive demand, must exist in spite so much will bu sent out to England and wrote to an officer of the army at St. Augustine the forests of that vicinity, of la

i I during that session, was there ever the least But if I am elected (his I promise you -to <;bad laws, revulsions: or any other emergencies France as was intruded. United States left to know if there were nny \ess els prove to be a wolf, and $ $pro!

: exception taken. At tho ensuing election, serve all faithfully. year My opinion is that in the money market. As the crops off/ at a quarter advance; Delaware 4$. Hudson at that port for Chailcston, and he was informed b a tiger, or other uncommon anima
you of
: 1837 begin to be gathered in, will l in answer that thcre'was video! the said
during my absence, (the cause of which is those reports: which have been circulated so the has declined about one half; Boston and a srhoone animal be killed .' ti
: well known) a number of my friends atu made enemies regular trade of the whole country rise up NY orccster Railroad has improved about i in pert for Charleston: which lie thinks was mits of t the town ofFalmouth.Froni .
against me are by to injure one
} my and walk steadily on its own leg;. The half. called: the Medium, but the steamer John I
f flounced my name as a candidate for rc-e- me. Ny friends that :stood last : The rust of the stocks remain
by me pretty
4 lection; and although no fault-nnomissioii, I will not bo backward in ;greatest folly in the action of Congress will f i.mn. M'Lean, offering him a direct conveyance, the Pensacola/ Gazette,.oss

1 t impropriety in my course of Legislation year hope helping never deprive healthy men of a good appe- he paid no further attention to the matter, By a letter from a friend at Lagranjfc
this also. Your
t Ii bad been attributed to me, yet by sometrango me year : ob'i serv'tJAMESSTEWAIIT. tite, or pretty woman of a taste for graceful COTTON MARKET.TunsnAV and threw the letter aside. The Medium, ted Aug. 24th, wo learn that Maj li

Lalluoinaliou on the purl of the peo- --- -- -- -- drapery. Buying and selling to satisfy thuactive August 22 (6 o'clock, P. 31. Capt. Magce, sailed hence for St. Augustine and his scouts have not ret fully succci-

f.1 pIe, my name was dropped, und inevitable For the I'loridian. demands human life, will exist and A few days since we received accounts on the 1st: last(: and up to the 5th iiist. in communicating with' the fugitive te

I defeat was the This widen the circle of its action as she had not arrived-great anxiety has been Our correspondent: howeycr"te1
: consequence. then, I Ij Mu. EDITOR-I sec in yonr last paper a long a* men from the South, informing that most of the says
contend, absolves all' obligation: on my pal t, Icttei written Jacksonville, which gives to marry: and sons and daughters arc born. old crop would be immediately forwarded! to felt for the passengers and crew.--Char. met with a parly of the fugitives, that.

when solicited, again to 3 icid to tho wishesAnd .he East Floridians all the praise imaginable On the contrary, th:: higher order of commerce market. We this day have received further Courier. scouts have-they brought in

tft; desires of my fellow citizens of Leon while the citizens of Middle and West which partakes of speculation, cither advices, which state that but few planters will Prom the Clathludyahola-they arc all very mod 1 1piritcd

r.$ Counl,)'. Florida censured for in cotton, in paper currency, in stocks, in all forward at Jacksonville Courier. and with 'much fear and "
arc unjustly being backward : present. __' .. tem
Tn f 1.\*V*P i-..1lI. F. tVl mm m.*tf-h ..*..;.n..r.1: .
Had I wantonly violated my trust. Had ajid inefficient in this Indian: W nr.- new experiments on the wants of mankind, According to the last advices from the: southern alloat of wrecks- -- ---ourcun'st- have: consented to trust to the leader n

j I grossly misrepresented their interests ;- Such conduct upon tho part of the writer is.. must languish: and droop during such a con. and western marts the crops promiseto rumors upon occasioned des of the white man-the; have sent i r

fl.i i this I conceive would have been a grievous much to be reprehended, when such charges flict of the elements as wo have experienced be very abundant, though the late gale did reached by the late severe gale. Nothing ners out to collect. the scattered parties
!tot gin, and grieviously ought I have fur the last twelve months, and must having us. however, of an authentic will be some weeks before airemoved.
i to been arc untrue and can be proved to be so, and yet experience 'greatly injure those in some sections of Flor- character they can
made feel it. But without during the next session we abstain, for the present, from ." '
to the least shadow arc calculated to produce ill effects in the of congress ida and Georgia.Our .

j ..of excuse :without the semblance of coming campaign, when the citizens of the I' By tho last accounts from England and information from Texas is of a most aiy statement connected with the reports: in Lieut. { Norwood, of this coo*.,

f justice io pauiau! sucn a course, me claims wholo Territory may bo called together to France, Irado seems to bo reviving in both gratifying nature as regards cotton. The question. now serving as second in command &

of one who had faithfully represented their : try once more to put an end to this most dis- those countries. The Bank of Kngland, exports from that country will exceed the expectations ; A letter received in this city, from a gen- Brown, who has countermanded the ftp

interests are set aside, in order to gratify :1 giaccful war. the nucleus of the commerce of tho world of the most sangu t'l'. The above tleman at Fort Gilliland, says. "The Court sition lately made for mounted inca

& the pelitical aspirations of those who had The writer of that piece ifhe hnows is strengthening herself every day. The intelligence must materially affecTthe market is now sitting. Tho Grand Jury have indic this county.

never before been tried. :For these and thing about the matter,knows that his charges any following is the latest statement. and prices will certainly recede from the ted the negroes for the murder of poor Gil- More may, wo feel assured, be tip

many other reasons, I must beg to decline i untrue, and that the citizen of the I Test From April .4 to April; 27. present rates, as soon us the new crop is liland, and they aro to be arraigned to-day, from the exertions. of M 'j. Wilsoo, *

the honor of EVEN allowing my name, to be & Middle whenever called in tho field,' have Decrease in the circulation, $3: ,;&: *;,000 brought to market. Since the reception of the above, we lear could be hoped for from the hostile

I presented to people of Leon County, for been as efficient as any other troops engaged Increase in the bullion, .!jl)5,000: The news of the market South and East of ned by an arrival from Black Creek, that ments of a whole army; especialihe !/ nor,

I their suffrages. But whilst hero upon this in this war. It is true tho inhabitants: of ihc If we remember right, these additional us, all tend to show that with the immense the negroes in question have: been found fugitives must be satisfied
subject permit me to ( not East have bctn facia vll!I! fhu! Hi tliu folfuwinij luck ( guilty, and arc ordered for execution on the tha tt
nay although a surrounded by tho enemy, rt'sull as to of ottoIs, wo olinll !it TO on lianj >.. not live in peace with the ..
( candidate) that I am extremely desiious that and foiccd to leave their homes and retire the condition of the Bank of England at the course ofa month or two, together with the ensuing: MonJuj-.

I the county of Leon should be ably represented to forts: for safely & protection ; their erol'dcstroyed latest (la tes. decrease of consumption, prices will be kept FROM N. P. Willis-according to t.It
in the approaching session of the Legis. and their plantations laid waste May Circulation, $7.000,000() () down for some time to come-and the fact AUGUSTINE. Star, intends "to build a brick )

lative; Council. That the next session of by tho ruthless invader, has compelled them I-Specie or bullion, 50,000,000) that Texas will send a large quantity to Eu- The steamboat Florida, Capt. HEBBARD, tagon wings' on hi new farm. We bap

our Territorial Legislature will be one of for subsislanco to volunteer their services at The contractions and curtailments of the rope and other ports. arrived on Monday night. We learn from house won't tlC bad example I*

considerable intercut, cannot be doubted :__ the several posts established-they have of Bank of England have therefore, been, in The week previous to the 18th inst., in !lpt. HEBBARD. that there was nothing new times set by riches.- alr. Trans. ,

that many weighty and important matters course been longer in the field] and in greater the last six months, greater than even wilh us. Charleston, was extremely} dull. Sales were from the army when he left. Hit should fly away it would not be I,

will bo brought forward in that body is also numbers, than those moro remote from Our general paper circulation has diminished made at 9 a 10 JJ-4c. Col. HARNEY, commanding U. S. forces gether out of keeping for a poet's k*.

certain ; and the one which will interest us the scat of war, and who were enabled to at.I 20 or 2.5: percent, while our specie has also The market at Petersburg. on the 19ih east of the St. Johns, left St. Augustine on which is generally/ but a castle in the i

more particularly; as a people, will be tho tend to their cops and plantations, which diminiM-'d equally if not more. On the contrary inst.was steady with but few salesatSa 10 1-2 I Tuesday 5th inst. in a boat with 20 men, : N. 1' F'rans..Ncapolia.

ftillota Convention, to frame and adopt a have engaged their attention. But whenever the Bank of England has increased her This staple remained without any changeat on an expedition to Indian Iliver. In attempting -

Constitution suitable to our condition, be called upon for their services hove always specie nearly 50: per cent, while her circulation Boston up to the Itith inst.-transaclions to cross Matanzas Bar, the boat Indemnity.-Claimants wi

fore entering into the confederacy of States, been_ ready to..<< .do thoir share in tho perils and has been reduced: about 20! per cent were at 11 a 13. was swamped in the breakers and 5 men gratified to that the fourth ias
and becoming one of the FREE It annp'I"L tlllwnr.rn.......... .1.... .1._ .....:!_u _1'.1 I drowned. Col. II. himself' due on the 8th June, under the treaty *
SOVEREIGN privations of tho camp. Another good -- --.I.-" --, 6" reason
very ,
and INDEPENDENT states of the American for tho present willingness on tho part- Bank of England has been of signal and essential prices unsettled. Holders arc willing sellers Col. II. with the rest of his men, arrived Naples, has been punctually paid by the 1 I
Union. Thu u a matter of no little moment. of tho East FloridiJnsi, s that the first of Oc- advantage to the commercial health at the reduction of 1-2 34c.. previously no- at St. Augustine on Saturday last. ter government, and has rCe the hu

..o In order,' thererore, that we may rear a noble tober next will terminate the issue of rationsto and activity England. At the beginning ticed. Buyers decline purchasing to ex- [Savannah Republican August 23. of the U. S. agent at Pa ditideni

It' superstructure, it is our duty to see that a largo proportion of them by the Govern- of the revulsion there, some banks were brokeup I lent at present rates, waiting until Liverpool any the amount, we presume, wi iberefore

E .be foundation be well laid. To the next ment, unless they volunteer for the fall cam- and the business generated by their issues fair can be had at lOc. and good fair at lie.J STRANGE I'IIENOMINON.-Tbe following made at an early day.

?J Council, then, will be left tho all important paign. But whether it is more exposing to blown to )ICCCS. The rest of the private at which rates 1-2 a 3-4c above from the Findlay (Hancock co., Ohio) Courier _. f

I duty of laying this foundation, and in shap toil in the hot sun day by day, than to bo and joint stock banks have sustained ces, business would be done. present pri- August 3d, is certainly the most remarkable VERT WELL SAID.-When tha dit!
engaged Owing to the
..L ing tho materials upon' which this utipcrstruc- in a campaign like the I themselves to an extraordinary extent. They unsettled state of the market phenomenon we remember ever of the Post Master General to &.r

Lure u to iet. To the next Council, then, exposure, as well as often present enjoying, occasional did not, in the panic of the moment, suspend make any alteiation in our classification.The we shall. not having heard of. Thu country for miles around Maters, to receive 'nothin.)**,'

lb. plain question will be asked, shall tho tho pleasure of riding through in a body as our banks did, thus involving the presents nearly a dead level. payment for wer. f .
Territory of Florida, having some pleasant good, bad, and indifferent "On Saturday tho 29th ult. Mr. Richard ,
attained the agoPt grove of oak and hickory now and then in the same catas- Captive Liberated. Northampton, Hal _a very pioM
manhood, disenthral herself from the fall in with some cooling ;brook where trophe. The consequences arc already show- the gentleman Mr. Grcelcy, Wade, Jr. was engaged in digging a well on told the Post Master at that place.

meshes of the General Government, and as. the troops could receive refreshment, &c. ing themselves in English commerce. Trade where in New Brunswick recently imprisoned some- I his premises, about tour miles south of Find- should tako out no lettr.Ilbut let

sumt (bat station among her sister stales of As to the efficiency of the Middle Florida, is reviving-confidence is revh.ing-and the John Harvey, by order of Sir lay; after having dug down something like 18 oa to the General .ber

I fbe union which her population, intelligence, troops, let fads: speak. Where, has most! manufacturing districts will soon be in action been released governor by the of that province, has feet, the appearance of water was evident. would be read and as they werea d

IIgain. Thy public uvcimc, a test that can the 12th iiibt. had same authority, and on Mr. Wade being anxious to obtain water, religious character, be they

arrived at Bangur. seized a crowbar which was :standing near, do some good.- bop,.


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and courteous '

0 II ID IAN.PATEPTEER5837. rendcrtd us dcrtmelllo".rds firm .trngerllnvc, I We have received the first number of the =
11IE FL friend of botlu u.al.1i '- ,
sonian -
all invidious repudiate s long looked for as die of the administration ADMINISTRATOR'S --- :tt'NOTICE' I
comparisons between SALE. Z-JMJI P -

U. alAs.1 IBmiSTU I dust.and enterprise: of each merit them. The and we in- hereafter. and shall notice it orgn particularly THERE will be sold on SATURDAY,the 'BT...1L&NION JOSEPtf HOUSE I

know of no 5lces __ t the residence of the late S- 8. 16.J :- ,. FLORIDA. T8 hereby jives, W
reason be mad
I both prowwlet *
why (
not t bles the entire stock Mansion House
prosper- CATTLE belonging THE begs to M. lheUon.ine J tappioa'wW
not, indeed, to become os New York or Philadelphia The lulpwing Ictiers oGen. Jackson are at present I es ate Terms at salej to sid retuJlil smc.thanics to his friend, and the c inlyofLeonin tie Supr for tfii I
au\borited and requested to present taut to attain the wulb. imprtante. and uclini much interest in the country, and are ALEX FORMY DUVAL, public they have er1ror; thelibeini his patronage which thorny to sell the real.esuta ofFlr'lnl

CIl' G THOIXTON, Esq as a candidate standing of respectable ciies. com by many considered! as an exposition of tbe principles .__Sept 2Adm'rofS.. S. Peebles, dee'd. assure them tat no future upon exertions establishment chaJl h,,.and.r.d to Charles. Back! ijinin _Leon conj'sbt I''
; .
S PePk of Leon in the retiion-i is the life of business the which are to guide the future MU render .1r. .. .i. .
resent the county main-spring measures of the ES ,FOR SALE. t i worthy of a continuance. of their (aours. acres, partly in cultivation at this bae.' .
ItJ CouIIClI.xt cntcrpriie, and the harbinger of administ ration. Their publication in New Subscf iber y .
'sl.tire improvement. York is for sale THOMAS
team of U .
THE oftr ;;- ,
We bid them both with said i to havo occasioned I To strangers, vloiij tUua*. iu1.LILunt.ot she BAT
their -worthy citizens, a several. failures, and an im- rate ; They are youn and well South who desirous- Attorney for .Vrs. Janet Joanna ; tf

.S'e art ,utli n ud the also be summer season, the Black, deceased. I
a candidate to e lp"cl by the transcendent glory of the consideration is due to them we gears may purchased city of St. offers
u WJANsSrEwAaTaS rcpiet othcr.i i i.? are a a loss Joseph many unparalleled advantages '
t BAKER Aug., 1838. 1.5w
ihe prPIe f Leon Cl>unl> in' tile' next Le not fcr us to prognosticate the results of complicated determine. Even tlc Whig pn pers,many of which Tallahassee, Sept. lst. 1337 JOHNSON.4-tf ; the beat of the day is constantly tempered by Talahasee "

Council.Ve potent and changeful interests and influienccs on most occasions guess very shrewdly seem to be the cool and invigorating sea breeze, and the absence NOTICE.

pJat'e which are to produce the sad catastrophe. non-plusscd. Of late w e see them sometimes ailrr- ELECTION. of any large body of fresh water entirely ex SIX weeks aftcrdateI, shall apply to the Hoo-
!and With! to St. Gen. is hereby givm that empt the city from any local causes of disease. Sea Judge of the County Court of Jefferson -
authorize requested to announce regard Marks and its vicinage is !Jting to Jackson every measure of his NOTICE an election for
are tnat
own bathing,
i to the Co. of important preservative of health, may coun'y, for letters of on the estate'
} kTAHisH as a candidate to near home for us to be a adminislration: repreent adminittio
to present Lon here be
repreI suspected of and in its
desire others
Jiylf a to at they at the ensuing session of the Legislative enjoyed greatest perfection, a commo o Joseph Carter, .
t d}jlf, county of Jefferson in the next Le undervalue or disparage it ;n the estimation of cur' arc all said to be the handiwork of the little I oician. t the Territory of : be held in the said ious bath houc having been erected on D botto.n RACHAIO \
1-I Flord.11
tis/lire/ CounciL I citizens. We understand th:1 extensive St : county of Leon, on } 9th day of Oco of fine white sand. Nor are the means of amusement 1-6\v IJjr J. 51. Sctt Attorney..

ments are about to be commenced at improvc-\\ ILERMITiGEJUly 9, 1837. | bcrnext, at the following precincts, >iz : wanting; si boats are always at hand for an 1t.

.. BAMEL If WAIKLR, Esq., of St. Maiks, at I which will doubtless be a ":?.ow 1 IhSrxime to No. 1. At St. :1rks. under the superintendence excursion on beautiful and picturesque biy, FLOUR. t
of large of his great acquisition to Mid : separate the G OV-; of E W where the little island of Inch BBLS. superfine Steam Mill .
t:Dilation; a portion neighboursJ die Florida Dorsey, and L A Maddc i. gardens Offc Perrysville I II
consented become a well as a profitable investment its eminent from all banks-receive and dis 2. At arc a striking instance of taste, ingenuity and &\J received _
friends ha: to a candidate to : to Cuthber.'s Store Shell Point, under the perseverance b'lourjust and for l by', i., _
J nlOn( P1"1 the' coUntyofLeon j in the next p proprietor We go in for n'/ the improvements in burse the revenue in nothing but gold! and superintendence of A. J. Forrester, E. C. iralke-, has afforded a scene of general attrctionto W1LLUM CENTL. _

I l ITtiilaU\'C Council!' Vicixus.e Florida, though we have no pecuniary, nor (if we silver coin, and the circulation of our coin and E. Winslo3. \\.. and viiiters.the drive Carriages al'm the may beach at combines any time bj the procured, 3-2t No. 4 Berr' Rw.. _
A. Blacker' pleasure "
I I' understand the exprcs :on) "other: interest of matter through all public disbursements will regu dence Joshua X Roads, under the superinten of inhaling the sea breezes and the NOTICE.
and Byrd, Hamilton: Hudson and Tom Jraif't' eye
authorized in
requested to hand ,
are announce in any. Our is all l late the forever by succession strikingly LL
press we own, and currency hereafcr-keep Peter Chaires. D scenery. A persons holding claims against James Pat-

I r*nt. J. W. Bannertwan ef Leon as in candidate the next Legislative to eprc- \P scorn the man, whatever dicgtiisc he may assume t the Government free from 4. At Tallahassee, under t'ie! supcrintcnJcnce of With these attractions, and many others which it M terson,late of Jackson county, deceased' *. i'r _

r rat die county who would, by wilful misrepresentation: attempt ment, whilst leaves the commercial VilliamI'liard.S., H. Dmal. and Richard tihacfler. would be tedious to CLumerate, the proprietor of thebnsiou requested to present them duly authenticates t '
CounciL to thwart humble community House offers t the public a table supplied within the time prescribed by law,or this notice will '

I I able our efforts to make i rruft ) to trade upon its: own capital, and 5. At Smith's, Black Cieek under the with every delicacy, to which the bay contributes a be plead in bar 3f their recovery. All person indebted
and supcrin-
}Te are nuthonwd and requested to announce I interesting useful. the banks to accommodate it with such exchange t cnden'e of James Hart, John Smith, and Freder rich supply of fish, among which are the Green to the estate are hereby requied to make' I

3 jwiS). SCOTT nsewndidatc to ic-present J cITcr1.11 and credit as best t suits their ick Scot' Turtle, Pompino, Flounder, Sheersheac., A immediate payment to the .
county in tie n-.it L i'i/!.ativc Council. The correspondence of the Savannah Gcurgiii, both own interests G. At Tatum's, under the bar stocked with the choicest wines and liuort and MAflY. rATTniM OT, AJ.x'_.

ivr-c in our lasl, bestows tlwundct praise upon being money-making conj i atilm, ojinurl Scxc.. .., u.uu superintendence WJHVI, ricie.ii\.i.of chambers furnuhcd with excellent beds,. linen.c.. Jackson countv. ):h July, 1937. 533m.

e We :lre nU'IlJrizcJ and requesicd to announce tVc East Fhi('ida troops, and censures those, "ihe\ Mid ccins, devoid of patriotism, looking alone to 7. At Stewart's ferry, under the superintendenceof His personal atcltioD "Il always be given to die GROCERIES..
co.nfort of his .i
J < \fuut E as a candidate: 10 elle and their own interests, of all other. Horace C. Withers and guests, he can confidently assure
l, represent the 'Ves in equally $strong terms. H'c should regardless Elijah Jhnsol, James them that nothing shall lie found have: received from New 4 -
wanting. just
! 4 aitr: of Lean in the next Legislative Councilauthor.fj have noticed these :letters at the time of publishing I It has been and ever will be a curse to the \ \ilis.' Store under the ROBERT ARMSTRONG. in"oicl of Bacon, ClaretVine.Orlela

,III them, had not our ab:cncc prevented it. I i is tube Government to have any entanglement 01 .Miles Blake, James,Joyncr, and superintendence Andrew Taylor.! of N. B. .q steamboat is now established to run rcgultrly I fine, Pickles, Whiskey, 4-c. which we will sell
\eare and requested to announce at such i interest with either, or than between this city: and St. and arrangements l ow for
regretted a time, and such a subject more a 9. At Shehet's under! the superintendence of Mark cash.G.
upon general
IIIe E. J>E.NMS, Esq. us a candidate ,..
v IICE: to rcpic- arc making for a line .- Sf T. E. L1NDENBERQER. -
t! the county of Leon In the next Legislative i i j any sectional prejudices shou'd be awaKcned.! superintending care of all. But the commercial John lice. la\'is. Reuben Manning and John II. She whhh will afford the shortest and most pleasantoute July\ 29, I.. 51 "

IIat :>3BCllV'e The panics hose merits arc thus contrasted have i community hitherto has been fostered I 10. Jt nuit'e'sun'ler the of r between that j,bcc. and the North, 1
atj. hcictoftrc fought shoulder to shoulder and, with. t by the Government to the great injury Cn-martie, Charles Banntnnan, and John L. NOTICE.

.rc authe.rzcd: and requested\ announce Spartan fiinines?, repelkd the foe. Upon! them ol f the labor of the country, until the mercantile Virkcrs. MIDDLE DISTRICT-FRANKLIN SUP'R R I. M. DAVIDSON & REUBEN OT :

j.c. ,.. THOMA* Br.owN na a candidate to rcrrcI nli'l"'llle Floiida chiefly relics for her defence, and we li pre. aristocracy, combined with the bauks 11. A under the superintendence of COURT. e my agents to transact any

c.l : ol Leon county in the next Legislative II ute any attempt to introduce into their ranks thai have assumed the B tlalnoJi, J Bailey, and John Hamlm- J TILLIAM For!! 1 l sumpsit. Attachment fir mine in Gads en county. Mr. Davidson is a1 auhorized -
right to control and manage *. issued t to receive and the debts of the
li : and Given under my hand! at Tallahasse, this 29th r l$202.50 July 15.h, pay lte f
j jealousy party feeling which has heretofore pa- the Government, as their particular! interest day of August, A D I 1837. J osuira GRANT anJ (r 1837. Returnable t No- fi'rm of Harrifoa and -W Jer. /

< fe are authorized and requested to announce i talyz'Hl the efforts of thc regular army. Volunteered rcquires, regardless of tho rights of L. .1. THOMPSON, C inr.LF.s WHEATON J vmlerTerm. 1337.f WM. I WILDER. ; '

1Ir. fiaiAi M. RAMJOLVH Eq.., as a tandidaie to as i nppcais to have been by one of the regulars the great democracy of numbers who they 4-lf J C C L C Ml HE defendant in s ease, and all others in- Apalachicola, 1st August, 1837. 52-6n
the of Leon in the we should think vindication uncalled for JL lerestcd, will take notice of the institution of
I j jifsent:auvc! Council.The people. county next were not calculated to:sow discoid. between th believe ought to be, and they are determined LIST OF LETTERS remaining in the Post aid suit, and of the issuing of said writ of attachment :MARSHAL'S SALE. I

soldiers: I eif the Eat and "'cH. Had ; i they :shall be, hewers of wood and I at Tallahassee, Flo., on the 1st day of and tl) appear and plead to the declaration B Y VIRTUE and in pursuance of a writ of I

r, critique' of the las Watchman upon an arJrofou.sof our brethren drapers of water. I repeat that I am proud September !S37, and not before advertised. If not fled in said action, according to tie! ltues in fieri facias de bonn et tern ,, in which the .
II of tLc East chided us fi-r not coming up to their deI I taken out within ninety days, they be sent to case made and Pl'ovitcd.CU.HL&. United States of America ii and Chris-
the week to t the firm and wi plaintif.
: think see noble
: we masts fence we sliould; pcihaps have fell ourselves IP.bukeel stand taken by the General Po;toiEcc as dead Att'y of Pi't.: opher C. Williams and defendants I

"1.(1)' bad taste-it wants method and ar ; but this is is net the case. I the Executive Gox'i'rnment on this occasion. Andrews Mary Lester William Capt Dated .Jug.' .I.IS37.I i ssued out of the Superior Court of the Middle

'cmCflt, and ii wholly destitute of point. I1urges This charge originates partly from ignorance of The people are with it, and will support it : Atkins Jea Lea Wm JohnAkinson ---- NOTICE. District of Fbi ida, for Lon Counts, and also of*. :

; Uk with making "an attack"-be it so.rue. .- triumphantly."The t Jaic William C l like writ, issued out o ,in which -
the difference of the cf the militia ol' Miler wcks after date I shall the Hon.
orgai.izaiion apply to James :
: we stood by and beard the muttering thuncimccntiating Brown Patin irilliaiu Henry SIX 1cluli'. admoistltols are plalni1
their the East and 'V nt. The voluntceers and levies history of the world never has recorded -I Baltz.-Il! Tnomas 11 Moore Thos 2 Judge of the County Court Jefferson, forlelcr and C. WHiaD and olher
eucigies punishment from .'ll de! and Wit Florida are sent into such base treachery and perfidily as Bulls Jamei II. 2 M)rehexd MrsMcGnffErnly l or aministration on the estate of the late defendants 1 have upon shall o Sa- .
sir r:1tlcmp:, we quailed the probable re- I has been ; Jacob Carter, of sud I county, deceased. the second day of Ser.tember 1837bctween
| the field, an J made subject to tl.e tame regulations I committed by the deposite banks I! B Billinby Jas A .urday, ,
i.of our temerity. But the shock of the \vrathl ul! EL1Z\ CARTER legal hours en said day at the Cour House in Leon .
: the l" ulnrs. Those fiom the East t. owing r against the Go\'crmcll, and purely with thc Billing by James McGrITllhlm2 Baer
wil J. Scott.
.pest has come and gone and lea us unse.uhec', I I !1 0 2 McDonald Donald Attorney, l County expose to sale to highest bidder for
to the jK-culiaiuy of their situation view gratifying Diddle and the U"ldwl ; .12 IP37. 1-6w
.even unsingcd. The bull which I are permitted I i I Barings,p i Bctzcll White Mabry Eli&ha L cash the follo.ving desribedand! in.sid county,
melt was cxpictedamihihte to: icmain two-thirds of their time at home, p.ceivinijpiy i i!j and by the suspension of specie Branch John Molloy Richard NOTICE. .viz.Section.1, township 1. range I, north and w C

or us to a grease ip.t, had spent : and rations as though theyvcrc in tlc, degrade, embarrass. and ruin, if they p3)'mcnts'l, Beack J J Morgan Pct;riMcCraine IX months afrer date I hal! present vouch. Lot no. I,sec. 33, T. 2, Range 1, N 4IF; Lot ai
before it descend the my .
fury to humbh I >clitiejgitncturn S < I IR-1N&
: field: hence, though their number,may Lc tliice- I their own for the selfish views of Jciict Williamjranch Allen era, and appH'! to the Hon. the Judge of the: lsec.3T WLolno2sec.2T. II
Not o hoc'uhh country 1, R. 1 N W E I N-E see 5. T.1. R. 1, frH
*> our lucnd I : & ; "
luld that { the Middle and County Court ofGadsdeii for final
lrh'Jrs scllle-
II (I Western lIcrreetJames county a *
troops, ihey making large
profits mil- thereon. Levied
by out
ten-though "entirely hyonl.1the icach" of| I throwing I lxkhamJrcwstcr JJ'i1iain ..Vilcs mot and discharge from the administration of the: and improvements upon ".
only muster an equal fore. In atdiuL.n l" llu.sthe ,,, I lions of depreciated the Orchard R and sold as the property of.said Christopher C.
W HJryo.ii D
tefty tower < f the Watchman, the sratlciing paper upon tate ol Capt. J-jhn. Hills, late of Gadsden county
planters in this section having: no allow auc-e | their John 0 S S Williams, to satisfy said writs according to law. ;
selling at Betty Penny FloriJa. 1
,.ds peppered him ecvcu-ly. Poor ft.l1uI.e.I tpccie premiums, ETON NDOLPHM.
L from Go\'ermelt, must attend to their: crop", and I 1 and Jullcrfield Thomas Ponder Mary JONA. ROBINSON Administrator. THOS. ;
; dare .11111 I buying up their own at discounts SAJL U. D. M. -
carcc1) to (- niouih paper DUVAL
imjmdiut again i Peebles S By .
rauc provisions for tl eir families.! But they iiillleThosHJrantlcy Slcphu August 12, 1837. -&
defence. ha\'l,I of from 25 to 50 per rent and looking forward J.ick M ; Dated July 7ib, 1337. : 43t
I PenlingtonJamrs -
ever responded to the call from the East I, so Lit at, j
fc&h'iulj have policed this piece in a d.ficrcnt to be indulged in thcso speculations I Bradford Thos A Pitman Michae NOTICE. -
the their
ner.but fur the u hming cry ,persecution rni!edI I ISt I safety ol wii. vrould.permil. The for years to come, before they resume specie Chaires T PUlhoun Porler 'VIli..n S 2 ALL prisons indebted to the estate of Asa H lL\RSH.LS SALE. :
fflil III!long been engaged expelling iiiurlerou ElizabethhivalJ Reynolds late of Leon deceased : pUrL'anceof a
UHnts." county, are re BY witoffmfa j
Job us. The facts of the c.i:e arc as fallow! s:- j jfKStole. j. foe from her own ba-dcr: in which she hns pn) : P Rome James quested make immediate payment; and thvse hay dI de bonis el terris, in which I ,1

.' Rightb i Journal makes sweeping, charges i at length ]happily succeeded. Draft after diaft has [rm\TE.] !)orscy John Roberson W WIwsey iag caim3! t against said estate< are hereby notified to Barr is plaintiff and Christopher. Williams is J

4nc ust the Florida prcbs,-the Watchman pleads. been IcvieJ upon us, until our \vhle population My Dear Sir. I have just received theGlobe Thos A Rouse James present them in form, within the time prescribe defendant issued out of the Supnor Court ot the .
'ria'fa I of t Jorscy Thos Ruff Andrew J law propr will be' Middle District of Florida for I hats .
the 13th by undersigned
j'jiiTbut| cndo.ses the dlargl's.and hurls them and am pleased to discover or they
has the field and tho of
1I hccl in ; scene every wdlfou.hl 0-I a.mand John Secretary of Slate 2 forever barred. ED\V.P. GRANT, levied upon, and shall on Saturday, the id day ofSeptember 1
,-we object j to such a course as invidious and I i action will attest to the fearlest- ardor and from it and other papers that the democracy i 3rake Edwin A Stewart,Giles Adm'r of Asa H. Rhodes. I betweenlegal hours on said day, at tha t., ,

: led for,-this the Watchman cal'.s an unpro- : lref'ofour troops. I'wl the regular armv we.Ja'e arc uniting upon thl plan of. separating i [>iirs Dennis Shiner James _Augusi 12. Ift37 1.2m Court House i in Leon eOlot.s to sale lo the ; 1ft ,
t nit d I assault upon IllS character. Brother Watcline : never rcceivedrior dOC expect thc meritedmeed lac Ciovcrnment corporations of I I)aviuson, iibUn eL"'.u.VU I highest bidder, tor cah, described land -

L cannot bclic\o >ou 5erious-(1Ur charac- of prai.sc; bu we call upon them to show the all kinds, and to collect the revenue kcopand irons, David Liaircloth. Smell!, David. A NOTICE. in said county, viz: Section Township IRange
? Somalo, S'ra da I I. North and West L6t No. 1-Section 33 Township
ill ,
: t above We we are not when have shrunk back from thr disburse it, by their own Thi D.D.rii persons irdebted to the estate of Durant C. 4I
su pieion. you occasion we agents. John ALL I
Feild, J IK, Judge Sheri lute of Leon deceased, 2, Range 1, North and West, Lot N county are requested -
;ious,-ii was not our ol>jtct, and we Jon'i chaigc or !1u\\J a symptom of fear in prcsemeof alone can secure safety to our revenue, acd }'cun. Tyre : Thos t( make immediate payment; and thus C 3, Township I, Range 1, Nort and Wea Let

V* )hart you; only M u. alont? and Jru't till tki, the foe. In West Fionda our ranks have not l control over issues: of paper by the State : !her, Allied A2 Saxon Henry having claims against said estate are hereby l No. 2-Section 2, Township 1, Range I, North and ,,.. .'

(1'U, and we w ill be never so good friend*. bc< n encumbered by I single icgu'ar and we chat banks. The revenue, reduced to the real-I :*eo'man, Edwaid Tread well, William Dr t present them in proper form,within the notifed prescribed l.stj; East 1-2 of N. E. -Sec.tian 5, Township, '

''eng them to de ';late a cainpnign in this wnrhowing \ants of the Ginerumcut. payable in gold Graham Graham ArchaUld Eliza CaptThomas Tookcr, Cornelius Mark S JGbsscock by law, t the undersigned, or they will b thereon.Range I, North Levied and Wet and the the improvemcnU :: :
foreverbirred. EDJF.P-GRANT upon sld property
U ne three weeks since, we pcrpctiatcJ what wet a scries of engagements in which the and ,her coin, (no credits) to be disbursed Silv.usus Turner, Richard B Adm'r of Durant C.Crafu, lid Christopher C. Williams, t a satisfy said writ o i
A at the timea very harmless good naturcdi : maniiCitcJ such firmness and braviry M Tuton Pearson M I' t
whites intrepid by the Government in gold and silver, : jathn Alfred August 12th, 1837. 1.2m ICCnIIC to law. :
i fur nothing fcoi/of a pun"of the :t. Joseph and HestcrVilso Thompson, Andrew THOS. ESTON RANDOLPH, M 1
or were M) uniformly completely) sue:- will metallic ;
give us an undc\iating curren ;
100 House, and its worthy 11O t. Sii.cc then I, cc:;!:u'. Hall William 2 Tucker. Jane NOTICE. By S.f M. H. DUVAL, D..M. I I.'

01i loua: awfully plenctic gentleman named cy, prevent hereafter overtrading, and give lill S.mlc M Ulmcr, Joseph persons indebted to the estate of William Dated July 7th, 1837. 50tAiMARSHAL'S : -

.'T," after meditating a fortnight upon i1, has We learn from a gentleman who left Tampa o I prosperity to branches business; whilst leir Iot Vlln, Keidar ALL late of Leon county, deceased are re i

tout hissngc;ueu'J:ltions uj
three horses were stolen by the Indians from the be left to their exchanges and Sloirin Amy : claims against said estate are hereby notified Virtue and in pursuance of a certain writ of :
\ list Watchman of all olrni I manage IJ'niLikerJ.uhn BY
*. accusing us soils wil Uancock Anon t; them authenticated within the lime issued of .
present ( ) out the
and diveistaus troops at that place. Pursuit was made, but without I. matters between them, in their own laircILukcMaiy /Hiilaker, Samuel II prescribed law the subscriber will pluries Superior -
r injustice, ct cattra, making al way. by tJ. or they b Court of the Middle District of Florida, in and lot n' .
: and caustic comparisons between outsell success. The party of liilian W.1! siipM] ':ed hope and trust that the whole democracy Ilarrn; J1utaktr. M&rgarctMiJenkrn's s forever barred. WILLIAM LEE, Mta'r. the county of Jefersn. returnable t November 1, ;

k'me of our cuteml'orllriel. We were not aware locon-istot: about twelve. of the whale Union will unite in adopungtlesl JUUKa S .! Mlor July 34, 1837. A 51 term, 1337 in Jnme L Parish is plainufT.ind ;' 'J
Wiis-Jii Arebibald 2Rover
. Jones Lemmol -- .
O'J little wl.ich is so AII and measures and democracy of numbers COTTON John B Scott defendant, I shl on Saturday the ,
paper, pro/ting;, Lee 2 /f'liitc, TnomasJFillis GINS.TIE 7t f
On the 18 bale of of
FiiJay, I August cotton, October 1337 at house ib ,
I d.yor court
e.iibc frilLa! such a very fury, and smelt so strorg of, \i never have another contest with the Levy Alfred 2 Jonathan SUBSCRIBERS h.ve just received fif MOt
the piemen crop, was brought \market from Uic cello, in said county, in legal hours, sell at 1 "/
nras to such such flour of the few and their credit Liiid-ii .fnna .Miss Hallace, James Cotton Gins of 'Irom publG
ibccea produce a flare-up plantation! of Ca< lain II. Shell Point, aristocracy paper II'diiatu. 1 superior quality, auction, the following property, vizslaves, ; t : ,
CLinton Col!
; and\ puffing and blowing, as Equity has cx- ( for which offered. system upon which they at present rely I to Livin' -ton J.au, the late manu actory of N. G. Blount of King Sena, Jude, Glberr.lf: ; Gilbert jr. Jfariaa, Cornelius .1'
weighing was T J ,
ed .duiithis country. H 2
J. from his former make of Gins and of the Let steel ;
&a thc household and kitcbe.i farming ;
: had been served upon the publici B.nl Et of I Lope no Treasury notes will be isue I. ; Persons calling for the above will saws and will be sold low and on accommodating furniture -
Benjamin 'q., Mngi ( La, writes us tha: 1r letcr utensils.3 horses, 1 mule,5 cows and cal/ec, and I! !
.a long that all itl .oonous tendencies l had advertized. I. G. BENJAMIN ni. I
The drafts actual say terms. .Jpply to BYRD & CO.
he hub nii->cd this season, wha* we aglet with h.m: Treasniy) upon dcpositesate P.l. four wheel road wagon. 1'one
urmhdi red themselves 'before the caus'is nmcll Tallahassee, Sept. I, 1337. Magnolia, --M July, 1837. 50 8w .1 1
)Y in coiisiJeung ("(jiially worthy of notice: with ihealovc constitutional, and do not pal take of paper Levied on a< the property of saiJ defendant and I
ipplicd.; We shrewdly) -u.'poet that this geni I- under said execution issued a decree of I '
viz: u squash weighing 72 pounds. credits as Treasury notes, which arc NOTICE. TWENTY sol upon
r1b has sonic ground of complaint; neither re- I ___ _____ REWARD court for the foreclosure of a mortgage given
n subject to by the merchant SIX 1 weeks after dale I shall apply to the 1Io a. each of the following: deserters delivered dited 28th day of Feb. j I' _
roc (life in law or in tqui'y, which could only find I .Vrtc Cotton -On the 111 inst., the) first I.ah. c.Jrr and books, elreriatiol and brokers. ; and e.of the County Court of Leon county, for FOR head Q.uariersof the Gadsden,Company I byhimtosait 1833. pbinlt, interest and costs, according -, ,"

n :inIIIS qucrulous onl Ii t ,ting of IKS.: ideas. L'u' ( >li ) be, if i issued and the Government I-
ii.t, he ? Hear him: "T1i.'sc remark!s Z Itti another bale \\il T. GIsson: deceased, late of .aid county. John t
es.: say ; and on the I of tlc tie\ef'l']ibiougbt B.Lcpross, Joseph Free-nan, THOMAS E RANDOLPh, Marshal.ByS.DUV.JLDJf. ,
avoid it. Different must it bo with Treasury I- HENRY .
iU 'c lftn tlicitecJ by an editorial article in the F!0- 13 ccn s. H. WALKER.Datp.l /filliam! Kelly: James Williams, I :
drafts, drawn upon actual depos t' ) AIIt21, 1837. :3-6w_ Simon Kelly, CaNin Blake Dated 17 1337 2XMARSHAL'S ;
othe 12th inst., in which it linn been thought ------ : August_ ,_ _ l : :
JfW enhance the advantages of the city of St t. The fulluwiiig, whicli we Jrurn 1 the MobileMcicaiilile and loin( the conduct of the banks and the NOTICE. James Kelly, Ezekiel Cooper.JOHN ;1 r. {

31f, h \ Advertiser a ctIY' i'u ; mei chants, they deserve no favors from the' i SUBSCRIBER to remove from SHAW, SALE.. it
Coqoi ><> natural and artificial by an unjust .u (l \ paper : jsteu i, THE intending 52-Gi Gadsden F. M. I
wilh the ( rLia1lcstate of parties in the next 1ioucRejurcscntaa ofOr.n Uovernmcnt, which } have attempted I. the Territory sale a valuabtractofLAPDsituated Cpt Company B Y virtue and in pursuance of a certain writ of ':
TOUS ';omput n those of the river and they "
execution issued of the
I \'cs. about six miles born Tal- Superior of 4 -
Crt Al'alachicOL"! A.lr to disgrace! and to de tr.y its cicdit, laha-e:. near Lake Jackson, containing NOTICE. the Middle District of Forida. in and (o the countyof ,.'.
40 acres after date I ,
w, both at home and abroad. is the great cleared and months shal present my a Jefferson, term of said
we most bulenmly declare and protest, Jtfainc. aNew I IDOof which ale under cuTt'alion.- SIX vouchers Cn. ovmber .
the rhcr and bay of Apa.J.chic.olacre ( working that deserves protection from He also offers for sale the growing and ad apply .lo the lon. court, in which writ the Governor of the Territoryof : 1))
Iamphirc. Court of for final I
cass County a
.eeL JeleroE county letle- Florida aad John Mt
Mu 2 to and a set of Blacksmith tools a..d farming utensil i John
[wniioncd: nor cvtn alluJrd to, in our pah nchu"et", t the the bank ?, ment and tho administration e JTUowell! pwnt. Faircloth Dwcljr. I, ) .
,0 and
, r ; to say nothing of the ineongiuity of com- Vermont Connecticut, C 1 1 This a colon tract 1\'a gin.formerly owned Ly Capt. II. F. estate of Thomas Delphy, late of said county decease shahlor., Saturday.the 7th day of dcfendantl,18.Irn r! :.

DOt *ell city to a river or a bay. Had he charged Rhode 2 0 IIITIJA ItY. Simmons.his on i a valuable mill seat, and from J. JAMES L. PARISH, Adin'r.Aug. at the court house in Mjnticelloon, said day, legal .
hl.UJ, 19 1?37. 2.6m .
r. Ub comparing city to city, he might have suc- New1 k. ( 30 1 H t Died, in this county,on the- 3tIi ult. of Congestive iu location possesses other considerable :ndvantges. hours, at public auction, for cash,{be following ', _

1 in Ida attempt to rouse the ire of the Ap.ib- New Jersey, C Fever, Mrs. Mary Ann N. Wynn. wife of Dr.. T. For terms apply to the proprietor on the plantation. NOTICE. and land of said half defendant of N Jjhn, J.wel viz.- East 4: ",'
west cjuarur
. liens egvinit it U he vill Pennsylvania 17 1 II I B. Wynn, ntd 21. THOMAS SIMSONA.gUst 4 IX months after date shall \lp j
uses not lie com- 137. present my s"- 3, range 3, Sand c.-east hall of N ii< .
_* IWnaulS. 25th. 3-tf N -1
__ 1 n Ole Jflt oone, .h.r -j
nded. But UII V .rll. the Hon.
e lee his malady j otherwibc we 1).1. counts and vouchers, and apply t) TlR4SandEcastJ&lOCNE15eC4TJSofR4 ,{
of Col. Edmn.id F. of Lu-
le, :hold him responsible\ for his miareprc&cnia- Maryland 4 4 Taylor, son Taylor, NOTICE. County Court Jefferson county, for final settlement rE i of N W i S 4T, 1,8, of R4, Eaad : _
about 16.
Virginia, 1:: C ncnburg, Va.. ajed: ALL persenr owning lots within the limits of the and discharge from the administration of the LbeEiNEIofS28T1.R8S&fldEandLbeinprovernents

itlpI and especially for foiling upon us his own North Carolina, 8 I : --:-- -- .- -w- of the city of Tallahassee, are estate of James Hall, late of said courty, decease thereon.

incongroities.iher \ South Cdioind! U 7 m a mQ hereby notified to cleanse the same on or before Saturday JAMES L. PARISH, Levied upon and to sold as tbe property said' 1 ,

1101 heinous offence and vile slander is, say Georgia, 7 'J lth.U12PORT U < : next the 19th inst.of all!! nuisances calculated Aug.19,18'i'7. 26m Adm'r.JAMES John II'Dowel one b ai defendants, to o satisfysaid -}

"accommodations' at St. Marks light house Alabama 2 3 OF ST. MARK. to cause disease, viz: weeds, trash, or filth of every according to i J

. lytuisiunu, I 21iSi5'PI.I -- -- i description. AH LOTS not attended, to by the H. TAYLOR THOS. ESTON RANDOLPH M. -
idendcr. Were :
we to that the comicil
" assert 2 .iu 24, Arrivid U S Steamer Marion, Rysdyk 'lime above stipulated will be cleansed by the hands 3 duly authorized a my agent during my absence By S. H. DUVAL, D. M. .
    "slcodcr" acccmmoda- Tennebae. 3 1'' from Suwannce employed by the City Corporation that purpose, from the 191637. 2.t( ;i '

    IIIIa r
    ed "venom of bis spleen" would' provoke 8 11 clothing A Crne. U S agent ofhe owners refusing to pay for said work, the lots August 16, 1837. 3-5t NOTICE -
    Indiana, 7 Schr Pilot; Philips from Suwannee sold at public auction for the payment of the '
    complain. Whythenc.niplainofihe asser- hereby given that we proceed to K& at
    Illinois, Schr Junius Seaman from Suwannee same. lIE s. of the Tallahassee Kail-road IS
    rfl a! *kt tfi ordinary dwelling! would afford slender Missouri : Express Sloop Caroline, Hungerford. from Tam I S. H.COLRTNEY, T kolder are hereby notified thaI an maLl public outcry, at the cur house door in the ; .
    of hours A.M. and
    Qui between 10
    aim- lions for a hundred We bare been Arkansas i pa with U. S. Mail Tallahassee, Aug. H, IS37. 2 City.arhal ment of 1 1-3 per cent is ordered to paid on the town ncy, ,.
    "lender 1 August 12, LeO, for Pensacola and St. Joseph, 12th order of the PreaidentAug.19,1837' 2 P.oV.on Saturdaythe9thdayofSeptembetiiext, I
    r 1 ourself, with regard to our person, fibigan. JAlLOH'S NOTICE. September net By the plantation or tract of land of Nel McGogan,

    >e ,. iI4 ant consider it a slander-the epithet may -124 -118 U Steamer S Stea.me Columbus American, Penny., Borden for Pensacola. via C JUTTED to the jail of Qadsden county, Jl. J.FISHER, Sec'y.- lying in Gadsden county, known ejtffhajf of .

    hi 'P\At"\quity.! ; St. Joseph. on the 20ih inst. a negro man slave, aged THIRTY DOLLARS the south-west quarter of section four/township 2, .-j

    : A I r- **sW ot least of our offences is net h avI We learn that Gen. Richard L. Parish, .' this about 23 five feet six inches high who says (rom the REWARD.El] range six, north and west, CDtming''acre* and

    eDiOre g sees' \pae* of which we wrote. Has Equity, county,died on the 12tb ult. at Philadelphia whither COTTON GINS. be belong to!from tbeSt.Joseph Chaires. of Rail-road Leon county on the RUNAWAY tr .,viz: JUNE & his wife TYRE 75-100 of'i.ection arts also the eight west.townahip.twOra.I. south east, I. .

    pntetett bit knowledge to b second- he bad gone (or surgical aid, from the wound received TJ8T received supply Jonathan Robinson's 13th inst. The owner is requested to prove property and FRANK of Ten the dollars above will be paid Frank for the is de I quarter north and west, containing 79 75-100 acres; the "i1,

    {,1'6Ur right t. scribble nonsense thane by the accidental discharge of his pistol, last J and Griswold 4Pope's COTTON GINS,and for pay charges, sad take him away. eiter about 22 of negr.-June and I a said land, or as much thereof u be sold iitpwr-. .j- t
    I there who bad sale by H At WARD AUSTIN. L J.BELL, Jailor dark years age hi suance of a deed of trust executed by said McGaga "
    i not enough seen spring. The two last are thirty 1
    _ _ wife black. abut ysars o '
    t controvert vur assertions, i if they Tallahassee, Aug. 9ih, 1837. auincy, Angst 21, 1837. U> George W.Harrison and David Q. R1yTn'- t

    .T r ** *itbout his dictum The ravages of the gale of the 31st ult., we fear, BANK NOTICE. NINETY-FIVE DOLLARS REWAKD 2-4t JOHX80N.. chants trading under the style and ofBazrJApa* "t"
    ( vaunting against ?
    ours At Su the water rocs :_ &Haney, en the 7tb day of August, 1834, recri jjrj
    cjiI s en thp paragraph upon which he comf beD immense. Marl NOTICE i hereby given to all persons having FIFTY dollars reward will be paid for the ap BEGUI/AB PACKETS. recorded in the clerk** office of the,Gadadea,QonatT
    the of the 7th. The and of Pierson
    than Bridgesand
    three higher at storm delivery
    Iho.f how inveterate must hue the over in the Union Bank of Florida SCHOONER.Lady Court, as will satisfy and pay the expenses attaiagtbe :
    bAn schr. Washington was torn from her and that writs will be issued in such case, John Bows, who deserted my company at .q iW
    .iDit1II morng. every M. 8waim sale and a promissory note gitenjy.
    i which & <
    i added Washington, ,
    his elaborate -
    cmpa.ri.e now lias half a mile from the river in before the Camp Call on the 9th or twenty-five ':.
    tsh woos. unless the demand be arranged return hut dolAr aad. chr Washington -, McGugan to said Harrison & Raney, on .(fa Aid
    th whole with the serpents which Several house were dashed t pieces by the day ; and that no arrangement will be wide after for the delivery of o ibem. I will als pay mater, master_' 7th of- August 1834 (or '177 12, peyable ot or
    lad[ Li around the head of the little fury. ot' the waters. The inhabitants fled to the fort forsafety. suit is commenced, short of a full settlement of the $45 for the apprehension and delivery of GeoreEm. __ 'will Jdf'.1 packets before the 1st January, 1836, with, inlereiLat, ,
    . The damages are estimated at 430,000. The Stockholders' also notified that ., Ceerge Bullock, and Harrisn Singletary, fu a rrg ,
    IflJ1 <*cursion to the places\ in question, we demand. suit between St. Mark For freight 10 per cent per annsm together with an open account -
    ,sd : site oldie light house was by a swell of ten commenced stuck for $15 for eithei of them the last three having I -
    views we then fully corrobo.41ettled. swept wi b on notes lying over ; that or passage, apply to Swaim Loyd & Co, St Mark, amounting to about thirty dollar The terD" t
    expressed which and deserted secreted themselves, L
    in off
    depth dwelling ciccpl of or e
    The fee carved every space thinLy days. drafe to Kerr & Kirksey, Tallahassee. will be cash. HARRISON & RANE .
    acquaintance formed W. C. SMITH, or
    we that of the keepr. Five persons were drown JOHN PARKHILL, Cah'r.Septcmbtr cnnot be pot hold of 15 Quincy August I, lii37.
    t Citizens of those places, their hospitality; y I cd at St. Marks at the lighthouse, 2, 1837. U\ I .ug. 26, 1837. 3 Captain. S Nov. 18,18. i



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    : .IlIJDlll Cotton "
    Worm Syrup ptz IItFl."
    from the f
    LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. all and others accommodating cotton fins, from Craiittree ma Eslt.yed 8abeenbereJx I'a; 'r
    recommended to parents, rmrs, Offers for sale, on Iron framed
    IS who have the management of children as termshis HOUSE and Lotsitoat ,t'ft SIX .expected doily at St. Marks. the a. small Dark Day Mare. Poney, wpped ,J?>

    N- OTlCE.-Six months from dan will apply the most effectual WORM DISTROIIXO medicine yet a I Monroe Street, in the city of Tallahas- Brie Lavina, for sale at the muuacturer' pnu. and tail, pace well, awl ia .alovt four yean 5?
    to the honorable Sean Bryan, Judge of the discovered. see. The Lot measures 110 feet front T. BETl'ON. oiL tile same time, two mouse colored M.

    County Court Jacksoa County, tobe discharged This syrup besides being a safe and.active ver. 1 by ICO feet rear. The house U a conTent, spacious Nov 12 1836. I4tf years old; one recently will broke', the \.

    from the farther administration' of the estate of mifuge, is agreeable and pleasant to the taste,and I and comfortable residence, independent of Any person who deliver II
    Job RU. deceased.M.BK child will refuse to take it. occupied as a Fancy TIN WAKE. Mules to me on my plantation,7 D1 1c.lIOfda. -
    _.. no that portion, which is now .
    *VOYA. A4 calculated for and THE subscriber will carry on Tallahassee, or to It. U. Berry, Esq.TalJD- .
    It is also Store.
    % A_22, 1837. 37-6m mQBDm JYeA .4amID removing many happily other disorders to which preventing rhidr| n He al>o offers for sale his unimproved lot, on -. the Tin Ware manufacturing shall bo liberally rewarded.. An1.orcr If

    NOnCE.-Si1ID9Dthl afterdate cluill preaem "' are subject, uch as bowe or summer comI11nn1 ibc 200 loot street, measuring leo foci front by 180 S business, and will at all limes them will bo gladly received byJoiir( ;
    to the Hon. the AXDCommisa diarihxa or !, vomiting and llrging. it i! .- have en hand a general assortment S. TAYLOR

    Cotttty Court uf Leon County, as administrator on Merchant. I invaluable for lying those pains \y back.The subscriber will also' dispose of his entire *=' cither at wholesale or March 1.1th: 1837. ,

    .n the estate of Jacob Horger, dec and apply for SAt mA Mondays and Saturdays. suffer ir culling teeth, and if previous stock in Trade, comprising a most general assortment retail, on as reasonable terms as caa be sold in OTICE.-The subscribers hlVe: ta

    ,.u.n dtsmissory ou said estate. t used, wi render this operation of nature perfect}' of Fancy and Staple Goods, Groceries, any Southern market N Stables formerly occupied by Peter Lb ".
    York St.
    of Packets
    TEPHEE W. SNELL. N. Marks line mild free from It is His Stock is large merchants and others arc invited to --
    danger. equally : I Hardware, Grocery, %-c. &c. Country where horses will be received at Livery, -.
    ( ttarc 25th 1837- 33 6m in rickets and in the infantile remittent (lever. I and well assorted, with such goods as arc well call and satisfy themselves.Tallahassee. sient custom particularly attended te. U
    1- is recommended with the assurance that it is full the kct. WM. H. FRANCIS.
    to '
    adapted m..l Uorses on the shortest notice
    Q IX months after date shall apply to the Hon. 6 adequate: to the purposes intfded. and thai much For nariiculan a-nly to R. J. HackJoy: or Hugh .Jan. 11,1837.A 23tf attention pay that will render the and ,
    Judge oi the County Court Jefferson County derived from its simplicity and in present ;
    be &ii'.1 I ITallahas.se'
    of good may Archer, my acnt. CARD.IDflIT blishment satisfactory to the public.MICHAEL .
    for anal from the
    a Stevenslale administration said : Vessels and experienced .Masters noccnce,.it cannot do any harr.. uL 'Vrn.l\IANER. I UWbr Ifg: IDA\Ya LEDWITIUcn
    of oi
    the estate Benjamin county. Directions accompanying cacnMarshall's ooncc. "f' .I., 'G I ltL vCOMM1S10N Tallahassee Feb. lK 1837. 0.
    CHAP LES McCLELLAN, AJm'r. employed in this line, to sail ,jm ei i- of MERCHANT
    vessel will sail the 8.h 24lh compound Syrup --- ,
    on and of
    Montkdlo 12th March 1837. 3J Gm.
    Liverwort.For _
    every l month, and oftener, should >itronae ic- .ii No. 60 WATER ST., NEW YORK. UJrrTiil
    months after date 1 shall preset, my ac- quire. colds asthma) spilling of blood, Offers his services to the merchants of Alabama, THE most prevalent and fatal aU ;!

    # SIX and vouchers a. administrator on the WM. WYLLYS PRATT Agent N. York, liver complaints whooping cough, and all disease jj (-.- ," .'. Gcuigia and Florida{ in the purchase of Good civilized society-the Ce anZH
    eMate of Harris Burney tate of Leon Coanty, and ROB'T LYON, Agent St. "-V. rks. of the brels'.and lungs. u' 1. .i '_ \ Wares and Merchandise. In the purchasing andselecting -may generally oe traced te the least Alar.1ac
    TAYLOR. The restorative powers of this medicine in dls -4 disorders, a alight bat neglected cold. j
    apply fcr a discharge. SIMON St.JNaarkBpriH5. 1837. 36lyr. of whole stocks of goods or in sssorling 'ltti '
    April 22, 137. 38.Gm eases of the Lung have been atcte1 by the and mos this them. Having had lung experience in the purchasing it appears that one hundred adl fin, thollll
    NOTICE. respectable both o Europe sons die annually of the consumption
    of goods for Alabama: Georgia and Florida i )Iottol
    NOTICE. persons who are indebted to E. B. country. It possesses sedative, expectorant t. and '2' A1 he flatters himself that any orders entrusted: dreadful results may be attributed to commas

    Q1X months after date we will apply to the THOSE by note or account, arc earnestly tonic properties, and hence abate fcves.mltlgatc to him will be \rih; satisfaction on the part of those and a negligent treatment of the harniMiny S
    Judge of the county court of Gadsden county, requested to make immediate payment to coughs and almost instantly removes slight and / 4thTV. who favor him with their business. that generally ensues-which is Of BaJJybllewajL/ co

    'for a final dischaige Irom the administration of the suba'ibr before the first of September, a nil recent culd whilst it gives immediate relief tc gr Refer may to Messrs. Oakford & Whitcomb, and difficult breathing. pain in Ibo aide, sad stlasta

    the estate of Hosca Wilder, late of said county accounts remaining unpaid at that date will b put those wl.ich from neglect have assumed a more Baldwin & Hawkins, New York.-Win. Maner, cerated Lang Violent and repeat AithmouV
    decease into the hands of for collection.E. dangerous character, and seldom fails to cure the tacks also
    an bring on Consumptive
    attorney : /t Tallaha: ce, Flo,-Win. G: Porter Apalnchiccla, symptoms, (ur
    JACOB H. WILDER, ) Admiuisw BARN.fRD, Jr. 4CO. mal obstinate cas's. ; [ Flo.-Craig & Daifin, Sr. Josephs, Flo.Vm. A.lcKen..ic two dollars expendod in ti>4 patcaaseer
    *-* ix. WIL.ODR eor.f. .- be found superior to other
    > July I, 17.-4? For E.B.i'o-kins.Formcry nny medicne
    i It.i Irwinton Ala.-Picston & Nclm' Co- DR. RELKE'S ASTHMATIC
    Ma2Ot'h IIII. ,
    'Qw : 1837. 41!-2Cts f' rnr of shortncs of breath, li PlLlj
    C (TI' 1'.ljR wheezing', and promptly remedial in soreness of .L\ lumous, Geo.October and a I little attention t. their tiiaely i adramii),
    Administrators' N otl e. Peter Uobiuson's I the breast and lungs. ) *J.lfnG. 1'2-ly'r
    whooping cough its corrective lion, will usually insure a miiieation of
    is hereiiy given that at the next Janu It\-
    NOTICE following rules are adopt- efforts will be discovered. -
    ofGadsden county Court, the under. THE for the government®ulations the above stable*, Marshall's speedily Tonic Mixture. IV Judkiiis' Patent Specific, Ointment. disorders and usually cfiecta cure. T a,

    signed, .fdmini&rmtoTs' of Thomas Wynn, Aec'd, and will b strictly observed, it is hopc& they will and Fever. The above Ointment is offered to the public aIl arc also an easy and effectual rcradj Jirft,

    I will make final report and settlement of said estate give general satisfaction, and prevent any misun- .FO' .Ague A fresh of this VALUABLE MEDICINEjust tale and certain remedy for those obstinate dia- symptoms preceding and accompcJ Di tic
    and six months from the date hereof will Pn b C. Marshall Phila.nnd for salebvbTEWART supply
    ; apply I derstanding.The pared } received. cases, some of\%Inch havo so Iengballlcd the skill of LaiuiTia SH1;! Cviiaunrpuon, (fl>r colds
    I for a discharge and tellers dimiissoiy from sai'court BARNARD
    lire (f & SOLELY frem vegetable matter medical science. difficulty of breathing, fight ness and stric
    inch administrators. .
    as next door the Post Olhcc.
    JOHN WYNN Jalk and four $15 0 per.d.y, Jan. 8, 18a7 25 6ms PREPARED HOUCK, Baltimore, which maybe 1st White Swellings every description.2d crass the chest, wheezing, pain ill the
    HENRY II. BROFfN., and pair 7 : taken with perfect safety by all ages & in ell div Sore Legs and 0 leers of long .raDcJiur. pitting of Meod 4 ft'i 4 Sulkey and hose 3 ( Ilowaud's Tonic Mixture and Auti1 its lor the diseases 3d Schirrufcor Glandular Turnouts, particular! ecnri
    July t6, tS37-!>0-6m (1 CIS'i; cures ore following : any of thin class of diMrdera, in which tbeg
    f Single horso 20 Costive i'ills. Dyspepsia, Loss of Appetite, Indigestion, Inflammation : those hardened amours in women's breast", which chase of Dr. Relfe's Pills will jII
    NOTICE. do do per week, : IN consequence of the numerous attempts! to of the Slom.ich, Heartburn, DiarrhceiUys- oftentimes terminate in ulcerated! cancers net fiad i .

    the next April term of the County Court Horse at Livery "5 0|KM month palm spurious imitations of Rowand's valuable chtery or .'lux. Pile., I-istula,Obstructed \Iensura. 4th Felons, or what some people know by tIe return for their trifling expenditure

    "a AT Jackson county, shall present the nc do do l 1 per d.y, Medicines on the public-he has determined to Lion. Ague and Fever, Bllhous or Remittent Fever, name I)' Catarrhs, of every description. Price-whole boxes, SO pills, ji; half I -

    r counts and vouchers of the ndministrators of the Single feed ( j confide the sales exclusively to agents in difcrcutrts TYl'hl1.i Fcver, Scarlct Fever, Small Pox, Erpil'c.Id. 5lh Rheumatic Pains of luojoint 1 2 pills! 50 cents.

    tytste ei.WM. HOLLAND, dec'd, for setihment, : All horsrs bid 1 must be paid fo in advance, unless of tho country, from whom fihnt the genuine ., or St. Anlhony' Fire, Asthma, Pleurisy, lea- Clli Sprains and L'rmaiseo1 every description or urtale! by STEWART & DAKNARD.

    and ask for letrera of dismi Sion from said estate. I the person has an account with the stables. articles can be had, and to guard the mere effectually ides, Yellow Feter, Costiveness, Wind on tlc loi i in whatever past *itoat Dee. 11, lee.

    .c THOMAS ORMAN No h"Jse delivcird without an order froU the against the imjHi&itionsof unauthorised tenders marli or bowels, Cholera Morbua, Consumption, 7lh Tetters of all kinds. In thin complaint the

    I One.of the Administrators. owner or to in his the known stable,n'an.is ; he has iUlrultel his an-cntsin Boston, New Influenza Colds, Coughs Inflammation of the : patient, in applying the Ointment must keep the DR. I5UNTEU

    MarUnna, June 2Cth, IKfif.: 47-Cm establishment Smoking will be closed entirely 10 foibid-The York, Philadelphia! Baltimore, to make no 1 chest, Palsy, Gout, Uhiumatisrn, Inl .Ui.alory sore I'ir; out of w liter. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCEIjB
    at o'clock. Persons suits to ali' sol of the McJicinet Inflammation of the heart fckh Chilblains, or affected frost.TO .
    will fltclull Cltl any j I |throat, Croup, Dropsy, parts by tIle of Dr.
    cntem lug phase close the V use Hunter' i inestiuiable
    NOTICE. gate.THE lu be ltd Spilth, ,,. rpeisoni
    can for : nga" Large quantities ]Uickctn, Discuses of ihc 1.iver, Jaundice: Uillkaly: Tilt PUBLIC.
    V ALL sons indebted to the estate of RkharJ 4 1837. PROPRIETOR.Jtfarch of a pirniiioiiy article: in ilititiol of the genuine making Uiiiu tiled; liyslcrics, Ncryou and The! following: communication, athJiesicd to the of'either sex, if they carefully'
    t3 btafford,are requested to make immediate :mf: .Mixture have been manufactured by Lucius S Comstock :'crofuh-uij afilciiuiis of the members and lig.irncnis. proprietor of J IIIin's Ointnicat from this Hon. he vary valuable plan and copious DiCe

    r :rptymcnt and thosse having claims against sail! (0 l'AnTI ;llSI11J. & Co. of Sew Y Nk, and scn't la the South fur I .Mcrcuiial ;iid Venereal discuses, Ulcers, fcoris.Af. John Taliafeno, member of Congressis highly in- accou dicuta panTm; them. are enabled effectually**

    I 'estate will be authenticated and presented within T HE : intocopartn.ership sale. The name of ROII.lc instead of llow is i |fectiuus of the skin, & all diseases arising; from Impure tere.ting. The gratuitous! maHner.ill which II is last health a CLRTA1N will D1SCASC. and to .
    eltcre ant ,
    .I the time prescribed by law, or thvylwill, be fore'.cr'.barrf11. under the firm Taf Holt on the bottles of The genuine Blood, &c. i'ricc per Iwulc :*. mail?, exhibits Iccling? of no ordinary. chnractci djf.tCfTlia. cue sceiyandccrtainty,11

    ,f JOHN IZLER. & Co. CIa may be had of thin following persons, who me Tliismcilitiuchasapoweiluliflcct ns a Springand towards suffering IIUhl.Ullty11.1; 13 certainly well.lescr i I oxteuMvo sale and ;

    June ', 1837. 43-tf S. S TAFT, the o1LI .'lgcuLs in ihis part of Florida.and Georgia. lo'&III'urifier. in those wli"';e roiisiitutious reipuire *inc public Attention.WASHINGTON. ol this Medicine, in this and oilier nnexampe4 Citl .
    EXECUT(5NtICE. GEORGE HOLT E. Cauiard jr. &co. General Agent Tallaliaiocc such Jan. 23 1329.gr ", alll
    t { nOlri.uncnt1111: new vigor ; pi.nuns cipal tow, tbronjliout Union for tin
    II who hare demands GEORGE .MILLKR. William Kerr & Co., Thom\.ile, would be much benefited by using two or three ; -It has been my wish i for a considerable lime which iaii In 3,

    ALL persons estate of William any Patterson, against late of St. Marks, July I, 1837. r.lI3rTHE James C. Ecclcs, Uuincy, boitlcs, which may be takcuwithoutrcgard to drink communicate to you the good effect with which Dr.rear*Cornway-daring, incontes'ibly it was lUctorilj Uiat prtp ,
    Swaim, Lloyd &. Co.: Su Maiks. diet. dl \elilor the want used the ointment invented Ir. JuJkillS prove vbu u
    Jackson County, deceased, are hereby requested NQ ">r Many persons arc kayo by with the I.NJLCT10N POWDERS: it (
    Thomas Alexander, Thousands of lire .\r.dwhida 1 understand is made and sold b Ida
    ItIiJ present them without delay to the subscriber e lihtown of blood being purified. persons now
    v thorough! and speody euro of that dreadfuldonommated
    I JOHN W; PATTERSON, ) Ezecu.I undersigned respectfully informs the Darius Williams & ., tolticdlo, destroying their constitutions by neglecting lo apply agent apjH.incd by yourself. I havc applied the the of the Huraia I lIu'
    ALFREDL. WOODWARD I tors. planters of Lon and adjacent counties, that he has J. f). Carpenter, .Mickaiooky. a proper remedy ; to such the Panvca. w ill b\ ointment du.-ing the lost three years to every spo- Race
    made and appointed| DAVIB C. iritsox his The labtl of E. Barnnrd jr. If Co. will be all and effectual .Tha PILLS are accompanied, whirequires .
    Jane 3, 1837. 43-tf attorney on more than doubly valuable as a certain cics of tumor and wound, without failure to produce
    t. sell E. W. Pitt's patent Cotton CU VA.TORS. the bottles sold by the nbVlgents. mc.uis of restoring ilium to perfect health and a cure in every instance. I consider it this it, with the INJECTION POW

    NOTICE. Ha respectfully invites thePlanteip to call Tal.lhace. July 43tf vgor ; few families are exempt from Scorbutic mo.-t deckled and efficient remedy in all cases ot and CERATE ; tliese! constitute a most (
    and examine for medicine to the various
    : WEEKS from date, I will apply to the lhcmlcns.C.! Keccivcd. A iVeetions which exhibit various symptoms as Eruptions tumor, be the cause what i it may, and have found apjilicable Full: stats sfl
    SIX (rceries.
    lst Preteen dituidar. and
    Jackson County Court for letters of F. CLABAUC// Brig we have just recrired a Ulccraiions, Debility Loss of Appetite andUigeslioii nothing s>o good fut wounds of any description. It treatise plain JircctUu,tiW
    administration .f the goods and chattels of Mark, T/llhaset. Dec. 26, I83C. 2I-tf BY Howel'tDtofGRCERIES all ario'mg fu'in impure blood! antI it may be proper to add, that t'.ic: cure of the tumor :popular explaining the various (jsosii
    the mode
    and of
    ; -faith late of said county, deceased. Jailor's Notice.COMMITTED which we nnt for sale on good terms,-,'iz : not properly attended to, mo sure lo produce the call d thc iLtC swelling,given over by the most that of treatment either; accompany sacslsjn I
    GUEEN PATTERSON. to the Jail of Jefler- 100 bbl BaltiinorcWlikcy 51 euicot injury to ihc con1 triUUon. Panacea re- dUii.iTiished physicians as incurable. and which I persons sex ma.7 cure tbrasis]
    .' 5ly 16th, 1837. 50.6w son on the lSthuJisLtwougutiycslavc county 50 u N E Ham e.nmmcudcd in all Seasons of the year, nnd in p.irliCular they: Tiare decided would, without amputation. (Price of the PilU $1 a bo: ; the lnj'ctka hi
    county uSer and Ccrato .rn i
    25 Gin as a anitvcnuUivc Iruin all diic.iscs i ill wannrliitic fatal to the patient, was under immediate cents Vach.) ,
    i NOTICE. viz: a negro man who says his name is BOD, Country prove my a.? Prepared fism the oriinal Rscipea*
    50 I Champ. !>and ihosc persons, \hen diseases arc prevalent notice, effected by the use of Juukins Oiituicr.
    mentha after date I shall and says he belongs to George T. Ward, of Ceguac Peacl&Apple Brandy "rthol late Dr. \v. T. CoNway, l hislmsj3a
    ac- by
    :SIX present my 10 Casks by taking the P.iiucea three or four tunes a and the patient is in fine health ; his limb affected
    Malnga Wile
    IA uflL. and vouchers, and ap'ply0 the lien. Lcen county; also a & man who says his SO bbb Monongaheljt WltUkry cckorihrcc or four table siweuful's when going b. the tirnor being restored to 11 perfect state o >-ees or, and the Sole Prospristor, T.i

    ;( County Court of Leon county, for a final eitlcrocniand I name is WESLEY, that he belongs to Madeira, Port tilicrry Wines. lobcd, and the person may fear no apprehension ol .iount.lneu.1511, that till leg of an aged man that DEal of whom they may be had at his Cii

    and discharge from the...administration of the estautof George Brown Sumpter' county, Mississippi. OM Irish \VJli.keyWllrraDleJ g!nume. being attacked with the Cholera, Yellow Fever, or had been wounded, and exhibited ole dreadfully!] Room i iu Chambers eycr No. 99, next dosr
    t W.. Kinnali, 6.i,1 county. The owners are requested to prove nrnrwrrv.pay 9< IJ.1. Mnl.cii a. .tny O\lIC:' disease AB this medicine is a valuable restorative ulcerated surface from the J.nr.a0 the foot, and KIDDER'd Drag Store. earner.(Coart a
    Li KORGE YOUNG, Admunstrator.p charges and take them away. 50 Baltimore sui)crf n Fl..., (II inc System, mere by invi;u'. .ltlb uncoiistiluliunand witicn, tur more (i>au t.U ycaro, had Cecn nOV.r Jiila-.,,.... 7vnvcii 11.,0..100. lit

    Jail 3d, 1837.-4S-6.n S W BAK/HNGTON, JaiUr. I, Soot) lbs Baltimore cured Middlings an i Hiins, enabling it to bear the debilitating trcd ineuraljV, was etleclually cured by tlic! Cl"'IJid-1 by hZs appointment, (together wIth alltho**

    NOTICE Jan. 21 l, 1837. 31 6m 100 boxes liaisons effects of all climates ; it is Conveyed by the doc 11- c\ti"n of J ullkiu'" Ointment. 1 mention It.c! valuable Medicines, as prepared by the bit

    50 Prunes lilting fluids, And corrects their tendency lo all those eases, which fell under my immediate n ilirc ansi Ca.WAT,) by
    I a HREBY GIVEN that at the next January Twenty-Five Dollars Rewar. 3000 lbs best Loaf Sugar: diseases which originate in vitiated blood, diseased management, ns a decided evidci.ce of the efficacy STEWART 4- BARNARD &iDu.

    I term of Gadsden County Court, the underjurned from the Livery Slble! 100 kegs water Crackers liver, depraved oj'jKlitc, or predisposition to I\fice- of this remedy in case of tumors and ulcers. J .

    the Executor of Fields F. Wynn, who was: STRAYED bright Bay HORSE, lean in flesh, 30 boxes and krgs Tobacco, assorted quality. Lions of llic lun s.U h.ive experienced decidedly il.e go-nl fleet 01 Tallahassee, June 22, 15T.5. ,_
    .sjecator.oBenjamin B. Bbb, will make final 1 report 40 I and Rio Coffee icsemMcs in point of taste and flavour rich _
    bags aquira n -
    bind ,
    has two white feet,and a while star in his fore this remedy in the cur of felons, and of
    fr and settlement of sid estate and six moths'Crem head. Said horse went away about two months 50 kegs White Lead cordial rather than: a me-liciuc. Every person after species of fresh wound. It occms to mc that cvcri' To those afflicted with Corm

    the date hereof will said apply for a discharge and ago. $25 will be given on his delivery at Captain 200C best Spanish Segars taking mercury in any way, slioulJ iiavc .<:":! cr.c f.li't! -ill! observe ou the operation of this Jmimcnt any- celebrated,Albion Corn Plaster aI
    from such
    Jailers dismisborr court as cxecnur 5 lairds Sugar to one two bollto; of this medicine. In THE
    Brown's by H'm. CAUTION. or the decline relief
    l satisfied and the
    JOHN WYNN. HOll mutt >e as to its beneficial cfiVc:. at same tiuia d'usckca
    ig .f' ui.Bfb. 50-6m TaU.lhas.er. March 2th, 1337, 33tf, 50 bags Back Shot, cf life, or when tile sy;toml1as been impaired I can with the utmost confidence rcconncnd the draws the Corn out by the roots, without Ha
    Jaly 18. 30 kegs Dupont auJ Cuuchs' Ponder Ijy excess, it nourishes, sircngthcns au.l SUJ'[ OII.H use of this valuable remedy. pain.
    James Johnson 4 iiOJies Spcwa Candles: it :-it is not presuming too f trie add that it
    41 : TUB COUNTY COURT OK JACKSON Dlrc.DRAPElt actually I am sir, very respect filly, CJ&TIFICATE.Tu tlio, afiicted wlthI
    i1L J COUNTY. AND TAILOR, 50 Smoked Herrings. prolongs: I lii c. JOHN TAL1AFERRO. to their feat I dp certify, that I h-ire iz.dLml(

    1 c persoas interested wi take notice tha' ILl: 10 Tierces Rice "1 his I'amcea has Lccu intruduccd to ihc publicfor To Mr. duties Heratous proprietor of JIIt.ll.iu'a Corn Pla ter, with complete success. Befort

    r' rieUaLangston, of Seth Langston (Nu'doOr J. of } Towle,Jeweler, in .'"u"t it.) 50 Boxes Brow Soap. short time antI has teemed more tejtinionia's Oiiit.ucnt, near FrrdcricLtowii, Maryjn| >l. used oito box it iiplc'.ely cared a Corn wlii
    !r >ALL apply at thc ensuing term of said court in HAS received from New York :superior 50 doz. bottles Porter and Cidor. in ita f ivour for its efficacy, in soilmri a lime, than ;ir.rPILEdJl troubled me fur many years. I make this I
    for allotment of Dower in thc fol- tmentof Bioadcloths 100 pioccs best Cotton Bag-ii)};. I'lher medicine ever discovered,and its nan'c Tor the
    1L Tract of Land situate in said county, to Vesting, among w bih arc all tho mos>t fashionable I 100 Coil Hope and abiiwJ, will induce lumdie. s, aye, th M-! an article in' wMcn: you appear b'ibrc the public r.propikt 'I comjilaint.Fusliing.. -

    ,,,.- wit.-The South East quarter of M-ction Four, colors and patterns have appeared in'iho: New 5 caies (India Preserves sands to .'rpi'y far it, to reap the true virtue ; r, n.uncd Hersion: Judkins' P. Specific / L. I. Feb.28." 11-1!. SHIll

    :i 40 Township Fire, North of lange Elcvcn Wct York mnrkct,also an cxteiiM ve ussortiucnt of Ready 10 birreUNo. 1 Shad t'.icieof.! eiiitiiu-iit, made hy C. IIcl&t'II!:, near Frederick, PRICK,50{ cents a box. ]
    .Petition filed the of Lead, Corn, Broom I. Chocolate, Pepper, Allspice N.tWit.hI58flliillg' atterni.ls bs made! ts impair or: None
    BOW in : Made Clothing every description, which he can may l\Iaryllncl, dill I of its descried tfii"acy in cities Oil aru genuine unless signedaolkl t
    WOODWARD, warrant to be a neatly made, and of as fine cloths Putty Uomijohns, Pre s \"l'd (Jiii;er, Cur- the confidence of the public in ihc} efficacy and persons with whom I am well acquainted. Since aide printed wrapper by the sole proprielorT.D
    i 50-lt Counsel far Petitioner offered in the southern ".I.ts, Tania rinJ'S, Door \la5 I gnli"hV. a Inllts, i-uraMc of this jnedione, it "ill DEK immediate
    July 16,1837.- is any ever country. .'few- povcr go on lo my residence in Baltimore, it has performed a successor to the lato InV
    )j,4. VISrRICT.-FIIANICI.IN suit. of youths colhinalt youths chinchilla, And Cinnamon, Tiirpcntine, I Imperial, (Jnnpo, dcr, and conquer iliicasc, iclicvc the ufflicictl, and cam r"uail- cure on a f.icno.l of imnc ailhctjil with! the Piles.- CON WAT.-For sale at his Counu'nr Room,, rlW
    and fur flysonTod*,-Scotch Suiuluin bottles, Caster Oil, ICU the gootl of tlou"I1t1n: tens of thou- I ). Court street,
    cUth C'r", Iens coth caps of va.ioiuipjahtics : I Hating my tclf been a suficicr for one years ,will near Concert Hall. Dx *.i
    tr Hiram AVurM and hiram Wt1 shirts frim one to seven dollars each, I Op.dil.J.irk'iilc2r{ Varnish : Sj ill'i.h Brow, lemon Sirup, sands. Already it has earned for itself a name this distressing disease-I now unhesitatingly! applied also by his special appointment, by (S(*
    Copal Salmonc.. fee. For ule law
    which by which das' :Attacks lannot reach th.it such is S'l
    firs tf Jltrck.nti trading among arc a variety of plain and ruffled I ardly ; your ointment in my 0''. n case, and am gratiCcil EWAUT 4- DA r.iJW
    H. .
    1 lincniI\n a- d embroidcned bosoms, stocks the fact, the number c-f Icticis in possession nnst" ihat I can it made: n perfect DavxTaio.hec
    ..ss.S.rtke say cure.J.
    Ifi( ames, style firm .7tac1menJ.r II, colars. : !cc,O't. 2J, I ItCS I jtfJAMES
    I"t suspenders, fine merino fl.toncl, and --- (fully satisfy the must incredulous ; and \\cic it necessary A. CENTS : Feb. 3 I 12ld:0 tfecIltlMEDY
    4Brvks 523 issued .1 cutn tanne -- --- ,
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    4 Ntl 3 shirts and drawers there could! be obtained numerous Usiir.ionialsuuJcr -
    H TS- pril 1837. net cotton linen1 11. COOK, Counting mom, Lvn.b.inl st.
    ', : Dotitr / 5tl. and fur glo'es, fur collars do. white and colored No. 100 BUOADV, AY, NHV YORK, the sanctity .f the o.ii.s! of ihosc "ho, A few wcc'.s njjo a case ofOnUII'8 sore breast FOIl RHEU3IATIS3LJ i
    -R.14rpt Th- ilk and linen handkerchiefs.Also aftrr suffering the most nfutc and lui'gpiolractiiiillness under the bicas excruciating pjia iLe J lt
    .4 Lt1U st came my notice, : greatly i iatljmcd, THE cr pito<
    (t/ lug.4-c. at Harper,-Thorntcn, I a lot af negro clothing, all of which he wi Between Pine and! Broad Street, have l-ccii entirely restored to health, hut it the nipple scarcely lo be seen-her appearance ( am'Uia premature old age,

    ''VI 4. JTHE sell as law ( -"'iing;. to the quality of the OFFERS for ,ile a full and romplctc assortment of docs not ent.r into. thccoinpieliensioii of manyhow clearly spoke the great misery she' was in ; she arc the usual attendants of Jia disorder are jj

    I L..I.( in said suit, and all others can be bout Territory. Cabinet Garniture, consisting Sideboardsith I it is possinondcra i,1e: for botanic n.tdiuinc to clVccl such told me she had been suffering three months withit by many from despair of a care, er ditappoii

    .1 will take notice of the institution Nov. 19- 15tf marble tops, do plain; Urchin UIUOAUX with marble in the Leahing art, as experience h.is and was carried to her bed ; she then had flaxseed in the cfficccy of tho numerous pretendadasH

    l ad terne. issuing of said attachment this SI-F.I" -' ', 11 .f qODS. and plain lops, Centre Tables both square and proved tliorri coinpctcnt to j 1'.1 ifnrm, but such arc the poultice to it; other things had bcc.H tried. I"Ld.iseJ to effect this! purpose. lint those who hue
    : to the May (special) term of said ., .I round, with .Maible tops, Pier tables tb,., Dining; facts that they caiiiu>t he denied. Judkins' oltme:1t. knowing it had been fair trial of
    .ar : r. Sew
    1 Cour (said defendants being non-residents) and. THEY tables in seLls and single, Breakfast taUei of all The alxv c tnndiciti can h hs obiaineil of G. II. & successful in like! cns s. Slit got and applied it according V".. Jem's Celebrated Lwlmal '
    l' Mantua
    4 they appear and plead to the tlcclaratioa filed T' sizes, Bureaus do. Sofa of all qualities, fashion and 1'. E. LlNDENP.liltGCll.iMoaioc stre, t. TaMaluissie to the directions accompanying :t; in 2-1 even in cases longstanding, andefthmil

    V1 i.* aaidease, according, to the statutes in such case: Dahlii, '. 4" '.' i -fa n and variety prices, Mahogany: Cbaiis from $5 to $20 each, Floiid.i, with ptopcr directions fur using it.PttryTowai1tp hours all pain wis gone'; it broke, and commcnc. verc character lure received certain rumany

    c mae and prorided. l"' it- &i r' ..su.ulF,', Rocking Chairs of every description, Wardrobes ell discharging copiously, and so continued si.mc baT been cured in a few days, IOIII .
    ., GEORGE S. HAWKINS, Plaid dlrN' : ( .' "iribbci.Z.br of all qualities and sizes, Secrelai and Bookcases Mijl-i Luuiilyl'a Slay 3, 1337. days ; the ichef from extreme pain lo perfect case hours! as a nan.bar of persons in Boston"'
    29, 18J7. .tf for P10's.t .t rlt do. Ladies Wot Tables, with Maible and woodtops. MR. Jjkeon lluee-K-Sir, 1 feel uiy ctl cuiistraiii- excited the woman's astonishment
    Atty. lev.- who
    .pri Satin faced Stnpe-t ; I and Cartoons : a days icduccd ty wore formerly afflicted with Rite*
    ed to iuform "f the that
    Whit.Lawn Lint ,I Mahogany high post and French Beadstcads, you eliccU your Panacea her breast t ) its usual stale, and in eight days have very fully test lied. Certificates ar'iA.
    MIDDLE DIST riling ic. t
    :-FRANKLIN SUP. COURT : had the I8JC
    Marble do. Looking G lasl s full on me. In year during the months
    : a
    for a o, Vsi assortmeiitotFlair the cure was complete. C. HERSTU.NS session of the
    Pat great variety Linen Proprietor the most
    P. 'f.gs, proving
    .UL Wittu "u"p, .1tLckment I' Shirts, Collars aud Bosoms. A general assortment Mattresses and Feather Beds, together with of Januar)', February,:March: antI April, I was employed Frederick county, April 3, 182.1. and surprising cures tv mans of this'paea*

    ". \ ll35 I > Im-8u. Returnable la of Hosiery, Also an extensive ever) article necessary lo famish ahouc. Tcnni in ihrahin5 with a thrashing machine, and BEWARE OF re:5IT'ON" NI3IF.r T. i in ?
    OAGaAMTand .C assortmenl of canes where other "' ?
    ,, .
    CSUSS. WflCATON. JTHE f jw>r' no
    defends anJ->< .. Jnt.r ., will:I .Iruonr which are upward of two hanrrH) RnI m. READY-MADE longer Gentlemen-As Mr llcrslous agent for the sale
    ATtk institution of said suit. I hind Thibet, MUIO, Camblet, White CLOTHING. attend to my business; tie pain was located in my of Dr William Juilkii.'s DUl\lFRIE'S EYE ATQJ
    4' afd Crap I1-WD nave received a brQ .. ,'.. I.. .,;.a_. I patent specific ointment I
    supply Of cluthin particularly oo-.a ..
    I 0 the issuing said writofaiuchmen* this daliaa ;, and Brown Linen Dress COt Round mining an assortment of both coarse and, fine un- flicedwith night!; '.'.s and fever, I sought .ihc v aid t uuUJ inform you that luot ounn.<.r I _fu ..a,.".. 5'.. .o... .. i.iIeol 1..., g1y. iUlluetttale
    and th. : Pants and vests of every made with a sore leg-the fame of Judkin's Ointment in- relief. On
    ,'i I appear plead L declaration filed in abut deacription, which we will sell at a small advance on cost. of various riiyjici.ms this region, but all to no recent sore eyes iheeffaetiii
    ease, according to the statute in such case mae I mot fashionable manner, which he U dis.posed G II 4T E LINWENBERGER purpose; I then traveled to Lacca.sltr and duced me to get n jug of it-but it happened not to utiry..-Where the complaint has beet i.]

    a.4 provided. to sell very reasonable for cash or aprovedcredit. December, 1836 iX) aaa! to Chester co. and employed sc\"erallJocton county be af Mr. lierston's make. I used It accoiding to standing, and in some exceeding bad caieslH
    De4djunel7lh, 1837. J. J. there, but derived no benefit; finally I had the printed directions, but my leg kept getting unexpected and desirable relief hu beta ai
    ((46)) CHARLES 8. S1BLEY. of PUT. Country chants and others wishing to' New-Store Provision recourse worse.Mrllerstona. of *
    Alfy purchase and Grocery. to your Panacea, and used one bottle which the use thii eye water, after every otfcer
    will find it to their interest
    5 MIDDLE DIST :-FRANKLIN SUP. COURT. tC call a the EfTllE subscribers have united themselves under I purchased at LcwLstown, Pa. Jut it seemed at traveling to the west stopped at had failed. Man) persons who have BM* 1

    CsuaLKs M. Hrr>t, ) ave etaLlshment, 29 1837. the firm of PEACHY &. MANER, for the first not to do me any good, for I became weaker, my house daring the lime, on looking at the oint. nonnce it the best preparation for these re i Jtinaxftit. JM&AmtnlforJetiv Talahassee Apri 33tT purpose establishing in the of .Marks aTOktl. and was obliged to keep my bed. My friends ment his I h\d. he una-cdiatcly pronounced it not of they have ever met with especially in CUll*,

    GaAMT and f t220 damagti. Returnable toCsus. Let mi/ work recommend ; advised me to use no mute ut it, but I resolved to On make, and furnished me with ene which was.- ness or inflammation af long standing. .*"
    me.THE 'Iherr and give it a fair trial and for opening and smelling-, 1 was sensible of bottle.
    Wvcireir. J .Vavmtcr Term, 1837.THE buildings being large commodious sent another bottle; this the cents a
    defendants and all othars will I Subscriber' having erected his shop at they likewise propose atteuding to the afforded relief and strengthened aud improved difference, altho' it looked like iu I then applied the Nine are genoioe unless signed oa tb"

    notice of the institution intre, I Store near Baileys Mi offers his Receiving and Forwarding of Goods and Cotton, me as much as the first had wcaked me. I sent ointmenl which he gave me, to my leg ; It became printed wrapper, by the sole propiiefar T.
    I an services to the public as a first Smith, to which themselves for a third bottle and in a state of amendment the DER immediate the laU Dr. W.
    .fihqiesuingoaaid writ of attachment this they pledge to pay such at- am now restored, enjoying on using first plaster, successor to
    ;; and is prepared to do Farmers plantation work.- tention as will entitle them to liberal better health than I have done and so continued nnlil it
    I ad and plead the declaration in I a share of for the lost ten got quite well. Conway. ? ,
    ; the C"ppr according t the statute in fled I He also "11 work on Carriages or any o'Jier smith patronage e from the Merchants and Planters of the years-I am again enabled to follow the ploughever I his ointment! in certainly very valuable and it For sale at his Counting Room, ortr r

    made and provided. t .uh cc work that necessary to be done in the country and rerritojy, and neighboring counties of Georgia. since last August. I am fully convinced that would be a pity it should be lost lo the public by Court stre t,near Concert Hall &&.,Lid al"

    CHARLES 8.SIBLEY, ALL'y of Plt0'. wishes his diligence in discharging work and Their goods will be sold low 'for cash or produce. your panacea may be takrn without any injury, a counterfeit article, bearing tha name and being his s appointment b)

    Dated June 17lb, 1837.46tf.MIDDLKDISTFJrtANKLIN oleuiD&customers. to secure lo him a 1iLflll\ As they will endeavor to keep on hand a constant and is a useful medicine. Yours, respectfully, not genuine. WM K NEWMAN \VART.tBA nNARn

    BEf. supply of choice :and superior qualities of Groceries DAVID ESUELMAN, Cumberland, May 24, 1831.: Drujp
    8UP. COURT.: Baler' Mills, Jefferson county, June 45I and Provisions of every description. Country From Rev Beverly, JJ"AJlg.i. Tallahassee March 13. U (N'.3 _.

    :L JAMU O. McCAVLKT "\ InassurapsilsummonsTS I NOTICE.The Merchants and Planters will find it to their interest The following remarks by the editorof Stark I have known Mr C Hcrstons to be the propnc *

    TS for 11000 damages-at- Subscribers having associated themselves to call. Their store is now open. County Canton Ohio Democrat, are extracted tor of J ullki,'. Ointment for several years duringmy DUMFRIES REMEDY FOR THE Kj

    t TANKS Y. SMITH. 1..1: tachmcnt for |556 65,,p in Mercantile business JOHN BLAIR PEACHY. from that paper of April, 1837. residence in Maryland, and the ointment mada Th. proprietor begs leave to ncotlmaad ( ,
    H. E. issued 29 under the firm o WM. MANER.St. HOUCK'S PIMACFA. him he doe. with the Tallest confidence) a'
    1837 Jf'c
    T i 4. FRCDERICK May invite the attention of by to have been in mueh repute. It has been
    .J.$gCgwiTW,(owacra of Returnable toNovem-: McRaeny, fc. Ha we*, Wg leave t inform theirCrenu Marks Jan. ICth, 1B3G, 2(. the citizens of Canton and the public generally frequently used in my own fu.nily, while living in valuable remedies known for this UOI1 i.

    -; Free Trader.) ber Term, 1137.FKW and! the public generally, that they arc LAND to the advertisement ia another column of this pa. Maryland, and during my residence in this city, painful complaint. Without g inI" '
    t dafaadants in said suit, and all others in- ia t blore formerly occupied by FOlt SALE per,under the above head. We have used the 'with deems it enorgh to say he has *-*'
    t "JR. terested, will take notice of the institutionthereof L the late RoWrt Miller, en the west side'ef THE l Subscriber Tracts of is authorized sell three va ticle ourselves and can safely recommend it to the ar success.'B IKAUGH. the most nndoabted tastimoaials SM1: i\w.;

    tad of the issuing of said attachment, renaubU Monroe Street and opposite Washington and 25 miles from Land situated within 5, 12, public as an invaluable remedy for most of the: Methodist Book Mulberry st. ,. completely answered pBrposetandad &"

    to nr November Term 0 said court i ii ;; in the City of 'aW\a8 a general SUin about 1920 Acres 150 1Ia1ILSsee.rrhc cleared. first contains diseases with which mankind are aroic ed. haying New Y.r.., Rnomf I, 1835. than any other popular media**. ,,,
    k*4 Uial appear and plead to declarationCftd I meat .f Dry Goe f, Hardware aoi Groceries, Acres 60 cleared., And the third 8SO Acres second 520 for a number of years been subject to the IN To prevent imposition, C Ucrstons name, in This remedy u perfectly innocaatm 1Jlion

    i the sat4 case, according to the 'ltlt inttKh I which they offer for sale on *ftceomdatinff terms. 200 cleared. These lands are equal to i in, about Jtfid- CUBUS or NIGHTMARE, to an alarming extent, the his own hand writing,will appear on the ftnvclo to all conditions, agasand salta
    1 c made and provided. D. McRAENY. die Florida and will be sol Jon any Panacea was recommended to us "by Dr. Houck Lcttsrs, post paid, directed to him, in Frederick lion description of the complaint &
    .t CHAILE' 8. SIBLEY ) to the purchaser. terms advantageous himself, and we are happy to say we have been City, Md. will be attended to. each packet which consists of twe boJlIobolt.
    : WETCOT. Jr.Pltff J s Att Tf SAML. F. HAWES. entirely relieved! from that distressing aft1 t'tion.- le or Sale: wholesale and retail, by tad Elacuary. Price, fl foe .

    I .!aylk1,tl -3mI TaUtussecFeb.! 25th 1837. 59tf! 1 Tallanassce March J 15th 1837.H. W. DRA DEN. As .a family medicine we have no hesitation in STEWART tt BARNARD DragEisU cants if bet oaa of the article. is waa.Tor '
    33 saying that we believe it is Tat lahnssee, Sept. 17th, 1836 6-eow.fy'r. Salt by STEWART*

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