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 9, 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
oclc - 10589672
notis - AKP8647
lccn - sn 84022794
System ID: UF00079927:00236
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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d riiafgeCl V 'E on business connected .. blid. .0t -
,! ;, .ilor with .
Letters must bc post jai1.i31ntiff mt:'m ,, l.rJ.rtl :.. .' o :!Wmm1% UaLAUttAQ Wm Qm ----- _::::_ r ters the earth. Ou this it l i
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_FRANKLIN SUP. COURT.j -. T T of a room, duriag heavy electric "I '
; < -t.. "in n ccs.nI. ml1 Q1 lt11L. ..i'JlllJ di.chare.
Jon)I1DflfE' IL\S'rl I fur In SHOO assumpsitSum'ons l!;! ) iiii: following! .. :\r- oj>cn to protuberance' was forced down by the blow! .Mahmt t$1 delightful place, and our hoI I is also dangerous to stand befor

):1 ( for 6303, issued damages May; nU'1W'IIJ.U 29 A comcolFju tluir: . Deccmnr From the French of Bcranger. a strange hollow sound was produced, but seeps excellent champagne, sets :fine table re; the quicksilver and gilt of which ::1 i i. a

l1g1t drftnd nt. J rct'c to Nov.Term I s,37F :! ; be ,-1837. SECRET COURTSHIP. no< movement of the head. Delighted and and is very attentive to his guests. I good (\( lightning! ; indeedibepre.

: aefcn" lInd all others intcrestclwil' I; fillies 1st.raised A sweepstake in Florida.* for Subset tliu old$100 colts and [A blind, mother sits in acottng.*, beside her pret encouraged wo now mado for the horrible hould not have written you just now, but sence of 01 metallic subitances should b.avoided \
.in forfeit ty dan hlr,and cautions
TU i e ntifcof the writ institution attachment of s.aid suit, and :$30:;: one mile licnts. To close the: first of October, the time, nn amatory scene her is njr.iinstlovr, \\hile.nll head, and struck the breech of a gun over hat the story of our adventure has got wind I the same reason. The safest

trtbe is D in'.r AlIJ ofs.id p.cad to the declaration| this filcd day,?; !\11cI1H\ffiC the day before the n\re. girl l and the very lover whom the going old on d.ime between re\ls.j tho] the mOlth.' D-made a spring from the among the boarders: and will soon find itsway I position in a house as regards lghtaD. iff

sad.to dar.. ;;, BecorJins. to the sa'.ulc; in such--ca.sc i and 2d.fillies A sweepstakes in the United: fer any three year: old colts Daughter, while you turn your wheel boat, and before I was aware of his intention New York by [ore other channel at I j in bed, the feathers of which ,it. compO
I"j States.
die IJ Subscription! .':100, Listen to the words! i< he soiled rate and is bad conductor
d forfeit S1UO, three mile heats. To close) the first say was directly across the neck, my ; as every scribbler like to be a of electricity. .
l1adj q.SwESTCOTT 1831 Jr. Att'y for 4C3mSibley Plt'fT.Xto. October, and name: the day before the rare. Colin Your hn contrived to steal and bursting out! in a loud ha! ha! exclaimed the first to relate an adventure, and as I am I that no person has ever been struck by lightning -
Da ted May 3J. A poststalcos: FEtE FOR ALL, subscription Of his fawning unthinking; voice beware! away., "Nothing but woo J and canvass, by all one of the heroes myself, I could not resist I in this position, unless his limbs were

-- Oharle s. $first;200 Octobcr.; forfeit and J5100; two mile Jicnts. To close the You are nil the blind oac'i, care, th at's: wonderful!'' I furled the little Fail the temptation of giving Ft you at once. You:I in contact with the (rame. As a proof of

)'Jttiddlo District.or Flo. Entries C1Le made name to the either day before of the the above rll r.sta And I mark your sigh, whene'er handed; him the boat ropp, which ho Ua o may now have the real story of the famous I II this remark, we once saw a house, contain
S..utornc Our
r, OticrllI1] S 1rofeSOflal! scn'Jrrs.r.s..tUrnf'Y I I I bles, by letter, addressed! to the Secretary and Proprietor Colin's young tongue neighbour's is false and name winnin"ii heard; fast by two hitches. In a moment, by feeling !- sea serpent, or rather the facts of this aston. ing twenty-five persons, )literally torn to pie

titi f(c.r CounSClt0t; at Law, 111 the .coflcctivn. If dIts, I of the Club' any time before closing. IH-t! the window is unbarred a round the head, hp discovered and raised shing and fang continued hoax, which has ces by lightning without any injury (o an/

tit! II 1jid1C i \ Flur.da.: : BC LC4. (11)) he. I The' Jockey: Club Purses will! be advertised in Ah Lisette, you are not pinning a piece of canvass that hung down in puzzled the learned and scientific for( one. They were al in bed. Next to a b
Offic years
CoIdrLlft" this 0151rlCt.>. Wctcfflu, J THOS. BROWN, Pfl'rlet..r.41-tf The room i i'i close and war n, you say; front. Beneath this we found a hole just I[ expect to be nt homo in about a week the centre of a closed up en the win-
ff J\nuary ._,-tl I, I I1allaba5SCt But, my daughter: do not )peep large enough to creep into. I went firs!, when I can answer any questions you may ward side. is the safest position in
I --- MILL SAWS, &c. Through: I the cl\Scmrnt-ni"ht and day and having passed the! wrifice, found myself. wish to ask respecting it. can place ourselves. .
... ,. i NolisubbcriVr'i 0' t. '> ill Saws 2 !setts large Pat. Scales Colin there his watch doth keep. in I .
; Think a place ,1. acunljr I Jill IUUI1U In. | V .
'J1Cf'Te mine )O nnrc
Uth I' IP I not a grumbling tr.1.
wand's Tonic Mixture. Received tongue; A SISTER.-Ueho has never known A
in" only! alout three feet wide. D
Ah here at breast ; -
idcnce,corner t'f .I\JJn an .t, and for sale low, to close sales!, by my you lung: ; t MA MONKEY si ster's kind ministrations felt his heartwarming
.. .. I, like was fair an-l lowing close! heels forced DISTRIBUTING TYPE. nor
I cfdcvtawg! : flll11 .fl'l* ." ", .j H. -/ '1'. t. LINUE UEllGEH.. younjr, upon my :, me to
1 Lsentrusted: to him' as Loussr.i. AVD ADVoCATE. July 29, 1337. 51 And I know ho apt is lore the extremity of the hole, and I came near From the New York Transcript. beneath her endearing smile and

I I t hArroKXET* business as mny: 1 be p.rcu'tl I I NEW SPRING GOODS. To lead the youtful heart to sinning falling down an opening; which might be A printer who served his time in London- love beaming eye has been unfortunate in
. iI! "cnerrlly be handed. to Mr.] &iMey, U. S. Hist Lime do 'r-l heard it move!! Ireland deed. It is not to bo wondered if the fountains
1 tells
. JWict: : part of 1 JUST received from New-York and Baltimore, Ah Lisctte, you arc not spinning! called; the throat. Feeling round, my feet derry ( ,) a very good story of( -
.. ) AUClrnrr.cur'll1g suberiter'e and handsome the imitative of flow in his bosom but
assortment of of feeling
rc fancy rested a ladder and I descended genius a mokey. The animal pure
Ifcc.) "l"> "vi'''l'; (mftually: attc-.id tn it Tiic sub.\ It is a gust of wind, upon about -
: staple diy goods, ready made Cloihing, Hats, you say, was tho of sluggish/! if the gentler emotions of bisnatutebelost
(libel' will ntund the Cuintrf Appeals and the I Hardware vi/ That hath made the hinges grate four feet, as I afcrwan1 discovered- propeity an apprentice j
e -i-0r Courts of Jcu"crs, Leon, (UadsJen,I Black Grode, cic.Nap; ) Swiss. and Lutestring Silk, And my (poor od: growling Tray, ; Groping i i (the -found two who having won him at a raffling boyI'I' in the sterner attributes of
, ir jjin and Jacjeflcc.utit.SlUt no other Couru, Must you break: for thnt his ? him home and tied him manhood. .
to his
r Lyonaise.-Sup r Printed, French and Jaconet talc lamps a tinder-box and having: lighted brought STAND.
'css J srci.1 !)" Muslins. Ah! my child, put faith in me; anl There Mr. "That has kind
I'CtfliUCt.MlS man
I). W E5TC OTT, Jr. A permits mc to foresee the t we proceeded to examine the confined Skipjaci:, who was an observing grown up among
il 1 Tilltliassne!: JamnrySjih: 1837. Gro C'inghams.dc Nap. Scotch, Stripe, Plaid and check Colin soon will faithless bo, place wo were in. The spot we now character, a fine opportunity to I and affectionate sisters," I once heard a lady -

; Super Frtnch, Figured, Fancy and other Print And your love to an abyss occupied formed the first link from the lear the printer's trade, at least as far as i i of much observation and experience,

3 | 80O REWARD I Lisle Lace, Lisle inserting, Caps and Collars. Of fiiiefs will be the sid beginning th3 bot'om of it, resembled a nc'cand oat, could bo learned by merely watching ib C remark.
Ladies Figuied; Satin, and G.UI/.C Ildkfs.Fancy Ah Lisclte me sure 1 heard a kiss! being very narrow, perhaps smal two and movements others. How far he "And why do you think sol" said I.
Inocr.u.'l'IOX: are not prof.
you spinring
Prunswirk Scarfs, and! Paris Collars. ted it will be "Because of the rich of all
half feet wide and six presently seen. If development
a or feet
seven ,
K. CALL Ladies' and Gentlemen's. skin 'Twas little bird long,
#} niCHJlRD : > horse Gloves. yoor ,you I
. of the of Florida. I Cuils-, Dei.d Hags, Cambric lldkK Gave that lender kiss just say now; with a scat across about half way. The not, in the end, make the most satisfactory the tenderer, and more refined feelings o

ivcrnor Territory White and Pl--l Silk Hrse. Make him cease his trilling, pray, h head and neck arc formed of very coarse, progress, it wrts ccrtainly not for the want of f the heart which is so apparent in every action
7HHREAS, it has ben represented to me N ap&conVhitc'! Satin, Satin Freed, and Drown He will me it else, I vo.v. cheap canvas, stretched over hoods and attached close observation on his part. in every word."
that JOHNV.. DAVIS, confined in U'lin- -
& lailnren a ('hlr-e] of murder committed in th C Shirt Drilling Collars; Bosom: and S \tin Stocks. Shame Love, my and girl sorrow, oft ,b'ingeth in 'his train pain, to and covering the first link. The He watched the jnovemr-nts. of his youn* A sister's influence \$ felt even in man-

p for ( fonroe: ASA FERRIS, SIMPSON; I India Rubbcraml Cotton Suspenders.Cotton While! the fa'se, srccissful swain, place \vas so contracted that we were : I master with the most prtounl aUlntion.] hood'la.er. years, and the heart of him who

m I, IAUGHAN t and DAVID WOODEN, confined. ; balls, Spool Thread, and Cotton Tldkf Scorns the heart, he hah: beguiled pelled! to bend almost double while we cornl remained l He observed how I hs set' type, and how has grown cold in its chilling contact with -
!he jail: aforesaid, charged with the murder ol i'' Coitonadc\ Chambrays, Sheetings\ Shirting, From true \irUi<*'" path: so sinning- he distributed them. the world, will and thrill with .
Mil There But
in it. it en-
litllu the
,hn aButciwor: .1\1\(';; d to Imvo l-ci-n cc.mmit.cJ: (' lust I hear was a water in it, was lter pure
, t the county of I' ranl\IIJ1.m j said tcrrr.ory, bro -. j I etc.J REini-MADE CLOTMIN'O. Ah Lisette, you you arc m.v not<-,spinning my child: : !! but not enough to give us any difficulty. A which most especially struck his fancy. ]te joymenl, as some incident awakens within

L'tnd.' made: their escape iroiaUu ncy on tl.c J 12thA' : I Consisting; of every variety: of Fancy and Plain Y Q.11 wish to take the :air, the inner end of this link we co\'ercd a saw (tho lad throwing the bits of metal about 'him the soft tones and glad melodies of bis -
Pautabor.s: Round Jackets: Summer Coas, and you say; cord and and I him, into the various sister's voice. And he will turn from -
is ihcrc'or' In puisuancc: of law, I do hereby Vests. Think you, daughter, 1 believe you? : pully, having unfastened the departments the purposes
'r a'rewarJ of Two Hundred\ Doll.irs! for the Bid young Cuin! go his way, cud, the h bend dropped instantly upon the case, from A down to AMPERSAND: and his which a waVped and falso philosophy

L rf'len"lOn) an-l delivery of I'adl of tha! !"o\v White :and Black::11.AXf: broad) FUR: and iRT.narrow brinis- Or, at CICl as bride rtccsvc: rout! water.( This carelessness had nearly caused u monkey fingers itched .to be employed. in a h has reasoned into expediency, and even

ard oa nd'fs in any .i jul;t in the Middle lJi..lri'l L':t him go to chur.-h, and J tl.iro
FllnJR: ; ard I do hereby enjoin and require 1 1I Fashionable, Palm! Leaf Hats, l.iu-d: and! shaded.ocucam Show lii j urpot-c-C to be lair; our death, for the shock extinguishing; similar manner. weep fur the gentle influence which moved

k magistrates: sind peace ollicc'b lobe vijihint; in Consisting of clr..ari't ns.. Bat til then, hcsidl my chair one light, almost the other, arid we found I At last an opportunity was afforded( hit n. him in his earlier years.-.Anthcnaeum.LEGISLATION .
pprehCn'iflhl of the snid( oficndrrs.\ }; too numerous to mu. woik I girl, heed The apprentice find all hands
: t the water in having
inc-ititin. All ol which we oiler to ; 1) 101' sea runuing upon us a stream.I goneto
theiiy orrouiitry
I W. Davis i i. aljoiu five lc-t cRhi:: and All his vows so find I
]John a winning dinner the os DUkLLNG.-The Legislature
trade \v\ulejile 11 ; ) held the I monkey was carelessly left
retail lijht while I
or on remaining
very in I lugged
1 If incites high; broad shoulders, thick .--ci, has Tang'ed l\C S"c i I.induedmy -
II -jtLlucibroaJ eyes, black hair, li;:ht cumj-icsion) r.: -oJ rcasonalle term:: Li.tt", oa.sghtcr; minJ: your spinnl.ig; at the pully. JJy exerting my whole r so long a string, that he could easily leapupon : of Mississippi has prohibited duel tj
G1 1 1.
,' nros. the c'ieck I'uncs, and of a lor- Tnilaha'.ec & T.: E. L1XDN11EflGE.::: -- strength I at last raised the head to its former the cae, and have abundant room forhis ling h nnd the parties Implcated. in any instance -
April Ith1 1H37.'f'! : SEA
'A I lr.;jr aspect. THE HEtI'ENT EXPOSED. m position, but not our abiding "free and easy" movements, when tere.On are declared ineligible to -of .
1st built Fern, has-j bark n I1nt.c piercing fret eight dark inches ]liighj; NEW TS U I\Hlt: : GO 0 1)<. A correspondent the New York EKA.yivcs .. place was halffull of water, and we botli! the upper case were a couple of galleys fce The act also imposes a fut of not
eyes, complex- Fill 1 HC: subscriber! has just rrcciv da select the I than three hundred
!full( (:lCC, roii:;h and wc-ubcrbcutcn, of sailorurance : av following interesting account of completely drenched. full of type already set for tho next pa- and not
and habits, subject to mtoxi'-ation. coiiipriiing Ji. fostmcnt the following of ;goods suitable articles% M'Z for: the season, I his Snskeship lately seen ofTNahant, Wo relighted tie extinguished lamp, and I per. Upon these '.he money commenced more than one thousand, and an imprisonment -

LIVid Wooden is about five lect nine inches Bombazine I : Tliibtt, and .Merino Frock Coats; N.\IA T, Aug. 1, 1837. were about quitting when U-discovered[j his distribution.-lie was not at all careful of net less than six months; and, incase

mL ,apcacountcnaisci blender form, fair of complexion intcup 'rmte, habits light hair nnd, I do. do. do. I Die.ii dw; D.:-ar Sir, 1 have: had a pleasant jaunt two smal oars in : neck. This led us to about taking a single word at a time; or di s.ributing of tho death of one of the parties, the :

posed to have bc; anti brown Linen Jacket
limp-on!: Vaughan; is about five feet eight inches Plain and fancy Marseilles\ YcM\ ; l myself with the wild sports of IVa- moving the machine; 3n at length we found On the contrary ho clawed them un I by I pa'rent.of debt* of his: antagonist. The

ti thick set, ha< !Inzle eyes! dark hair; has a Satin faced! do dn; ; hant for a wcek past. My principal; object: two small holes in the canvass opposite h. hanJAila, und tfistriuuting them in the most estate ot the party who falls in the combat Ito I- .* '

4 look, addicted to intoxication: and is sup- Figured Silk! and fealin: do; i in coming to this charniinir litli; place was two row-locks. Thrusting Land through] preposterous manner; throwing them about bo exonemied tom sucn debts unt the ; "

' kd\ lo. a have reward b<:tu of a One marine Hundred Drill... rv.- ,1... I IIso Plair.nunlJa7.l11c: d.and) Valencia cl.> (,1.to.>! to cntch a peep at the sea monster who aatanishrs m- I fell a cuitain of CMIIYO*:my tailing.far overover him on ni sides, without caring whether, A surviving party be first prosecute imol

I thensKin ot each: and every: accomplice who I mack tinake-sltin: Stocks:! latest; style; i the world with his hU'Tcncss.-Ma.I. these holes. The manufacturer has went B's box, B into C's, and C into vency. The seconds are mido .

jilbeconucied the' aforesaid:of aiding prisoners cr abetting in the esttt : I Sum and Bombazine do; ny have been here with the same intention I, displayed much ingenuity in this contrivance D's, or in how great disorder the various incapacity to hold office, fine and imprison

'. Plaid Hair do; but have gone away disappointed. Not so, for the l letters became ment. The Merchant. 1
5)) en under my hand and seal, t'.iis 13th day by curtains and short oars, which mingled together.
White anal ba'k] do
lit. :!V 1W7.) ; ; with your humble servant. I, nt least have I than In a word, the with -
., : Linen and Cotton Shirts are not ;nore four fret long-a good I monkey, all i! his imitative -
r. R. K. CALL, I I"'ijf'd and! striped do; ; h hid; my curiosity gratified; and as I know oarsman can row the sea serpent from placeto ( ingenuity, was doing nothing better A Successful Crize in 1760.-Copy of t

s. Governor! of Floi id '. While and brown Co'tun drawers; J you have always believed in the existenceof place without tho least difficulty, or dan than making PI of the two of a letter from David Pierce," Esq. of Gloucester ,

a. I.lU's.! ;;. and' Linen Thrrad rloves; f the serpent. having promised to write you ger ef being discovered. Over the foot of type. And this ho accomplished galleys ful t the to Dr. Win. Bently, Salem, M I I hclc; ,
i and ftllc
: domed Silk hose
: ,; \\hcnever I met with adventure curiosity i. dated 19th Veb, 1814 on the subject of Uw I o
the most
t 'VJdrc and brown Cofo'i! do; :1) or t ladder we also found a hole in the rapid and effectual manner. Afraidlest !
I BV inCHAKD K. CALL, \ iol.ia; and Lambs'-wool: do; I now comply that obligatien, and with another curtain outside, and te :hi nee attached the nrinters should return from their General Stark armed ship in 1730, which in 1 } .

nor of the Territory of Florida. I IHERCAS piiaifivll and l Pongee Silk Ildkf-; will give you a few details., t the c-ible. So his majesty was:duly dinner before he had accomplished his jnb'I > !three weeks cruize, captured four large :'

it has Lccn rcprcsciiteJ to me jl.'ck Aiu:nd, a few fancy suits:ilk of Cravats Youths': : ; Chilian!, Our fri nd D--and myself had wailed anchored "in the stream." We now extinguished he threw with might and main, and had near ships from LcvJnr for Quebec, valued with .

,l tint JAMES L). IIUGUEMN indicted with the above articles\ are. now olFertd;, together tor sale piticnlly for the appoiranec' of the strange the lights, crept out, and unfastening I. ''Iy' finished his piece of journeywork, whenthe their cargoes at $100000. I : 'I

c Hupcrior. (Leon county Court,)for for the the:Middle murder District of Robert ul. heap, for c isli or approved credit. animal, and our attentive host repeatedly i our boat, pocccdcd to examine the body p- boy's master who had first returned to "Sir:-Tho General Stark was built under -' I

JIer.I broke jail: and matle his escape from June 2-3 : J. U. BULL. tssurcd us that we would see him before the of the aninnl, which we found to be cam- (he office opened the door and beheld the my direction. In one cruizc, in three I
::y1 tin the evening (..1 the -.Oth:! inst.W !.(-tf; week was out. Directly after breakfast I, posed of barrels and kegs, covered with the new printer at work. weeks, she sent me 300,000 dollars.a my '

% .r.iliercfore! !:, in pursuance law: I do hereby NOTICK.URING \cslerday. thorn was : general cry from (the same ccarsc, forming the ned So tickled was the man, in spite of t the part; I having sold some part of her. She ,;

lit i at"MOO ard and of Two delivery. Hundred of th'- )Dolhrs Rail: .''asnes!for the I D. JiJ1 1l : my absence: JOl1.. STRONG: front of the hou.-c ""There he is, thcrshois?" These gradually CtR':1 increased! in size from the; mischief the monkey was doing, that hl: was a ship of 350 tons; 20 guns on her lower i

\K am n m any jail witlnu tl.c Middle: District of: l will act as my agent.V.M.. II. FRANCIS.: We dropped our Piincipcs nnd ran out. neck and tail, to the middle, the length being burst into a roar of laughter, and called all deck, 8 guns on her half! deck, and 2 on

W.J 5; nnd I do hereby < iij.un all ungutrato: : : andsttrcrs Tallahascee: : June Ctm) 1S\;. 17-tf .ure enough, tlieie he was moving 1101) about Gu to 70 feet. Along the whole I hands to witness tho ludicreus movementsof her forcastle-a very fast sailer and very ,
v to be vigilant: in the apprehoiisiuii! 01 -- ----- --_ __ thrmigh the waves at the distance! of length. at regular distances their brother typo. They came just in stilt I named her in honor of GeneralStark
J Jd f ofl'endcr Tins said heavy weights
'a. Hngi' nin is five fi-c.( TIIllt'l'Y nOLI.\HS REWAliJJT" four hundred from "
.hes dark yards the shore. I> the attached the t time to see him throw tho last handful of &c. y to
: high, : complexion thick daik !h.urebrows I Tnl) EX lody, particular I-
h: from mills\ : abu'it the middle
and large: wliislc when he my of: f ;i9tancc glasses \\ c could deawinr .he two columns of which The abovo is an account of a successful
D, rs broke K3list I IIl11l1th, a large laik brown by m.ue, mule plainly sec parts entirely under Uld by this typo, had taken I aman
GUT| s face rougli.; : bjoatcd and in gu>id cohnir.- with si s<" r upon her right rump, soinc five or six, his head), which was elevated about right means the of or links i is a whole day's labor in setting. cruise of a private armed ship in 1780, and
:thick! set and fleshy, wvlks erect nnd s-tuf, 1 has mei.es lung, and three : feet above the surface of the and appearance humps The it appears to have been a remarkably
look, and is inclined to intoxication.n ; or fojr bn>ad-the efiect uatcr, seven given to it. monkey having completed l his job, I fortunate

,en under my hand at Tullahaj-sec! this 3.h()'' of thi a, mule burn.was 1 stolen lnvc every reason to believe that; links 01 hmr.ps of his monstrous bod y. la\'il gratified our curiosity, we much to his own satisfaction; turned round one. The letter from which the above '

dt i June 1 J&37. tn Col.! Robert Gamble!by,a whose rU1\r\\\'j'\ Dime' negro is Jim lm3 D.TviC mi.'i inf: After scrutinizing him for sometime, I observed our litle'e3sc left the canvass trm-a and I I.okrd the printers in the face, grinningand was copied, is among the papers of the fate I'
', R. K. CALL the i is, to D--that he did not I tome : if Dr. Wm. Bently, of Salem Mass.
nbout. 30'ears c.ld! ; .vc fret seven or eight appear ocean, : to the shore. When neartho chat'eiing as to congratulate them ann t tIN

gff --Gore--nor- -of-Florida.- tidies high;; ; rcmirkatly stout, especially across the to be living creature, and at the same house of the fisher of whom wo had hired : the t accession of the strength they bad gal -
tu KOTICK. hrcJ."t -iiui bhonlders\ ; buW.lcgcd.< quite black and time reason which that it had ed their office. ErENnENcE.-A wife joining her hus
&<* gave my was, our boat, from( a sm ill cove below, we to .
WEtabscribers having formed a copartncrrfipwill Ia.I will:! :githc>an upper above fore tooth.reward no apparent motion except that which it received saw a man putting out towards tho But whatever the men might have thought; band In a conveyance of real estate, was ask : 1\\ '
!! hereafter conduct the Drug buiit to any person who}I : serpentin ed by the judge who examined
< STEWART & B. tSAtlD. Tor>snameof will deliver: both mule and nejjra either> to Co!. from tho ti'le nnd waves.. He agreed a balteau. \c watched the fellow, but of the industry of their new compeer, they her .in private .

I. present, they will continue their shops in the: Gamble! or myself; twenty dollar for the ncr mo, with mc, and we kept our conjectures to could not see him long by the were not altogether satisfied: with the manner according to the act Assembly, whe- l' i

I t they rc.-pcctivcly occupy. They ,,ill keep and ten dullfor; the mule, delivered separately I ourselves.-His majesty of the waters remained Next day however tho serpent mon1ight.'V in which he did his work. It was therefore ther :she acted without compulsion on th J.

I ia ivoninrnuuf Medicinc;$, Diug; Chemicals, or confine n proportion-lie cither, (and amount immrt to to any Col.onc Gamble who will s.o almost: stationary during the day, the missing. Having landed, we (told among! our: resolved ncm. com, that part of her husband. She stuck her arms '
't t Medicines or slipjac -
fee. and a-kimbo "
I, pledge themselves! to myself : and meanwhile -and myself had niadu should handle! and replied, He compel ME-
friend that
informatio"h the
;Whin !but genuine arm ni's. of fcuch crnfinemcnt,) as will cn where we had been, and no more type office.Ce I.
J: EDWIN STEWART, M. D. ble! us to recover our property. our arrangements, for meeting the creature the result of our adventure. lie was thou But the discredit he suffered in nor twenty like him.

ttof EDWARD BARN.1RD.Jr. LOUIS M. GOLDSBOROUfiH, "by moonlight alone. Having engaged a dctslruck; not at the facts relative! to the was of no little service to his reputation out ) "
Wirtland' Jefferson county near Monticello From the Salem, Mass. Register,Juno 29. .
rCI 1IENKV: W. 1IIM.I.VIED, Jtily-IO, IS'! :>7. .19 !mal sai-boat from one of the fishers, as serpent, for he knew all about it before, but I of it; for the story of his distributing I he Another Electro-Magnet JUachwe.' Vi'o i i
qf ---- soon as was dark last night, we trimmed that hid been I two columns wind London
there. through
ATTORNEY: we lie supposed w Chad getting called 0 Tuesday to witness the of

D C O U.N'S E 1.. J.. OIl AT 1.Hr, 1'FLORIDA. IJ U VAL, ofh'1Liiasscc CI..lIUS., and Fran our :barque and shoved out upon tho bosomof some love scrape on hand, or, lie said I, I derry, he became a very profitable object! Dr. Charles: G. Page's investigations result with
,I "ILL. practise! in Montgomery: Ala.. 'ndi he A. l Dickens of Washington City formerly the quiet waters. I would have amused \e never had got his boat. In conversing bra new raffling match; and his owner putting reference to the application of electro J

esl adjoining counties-in the Superior Court, of the TnMMiry Dcnartmcnt, Mill rro.%I' utc nil: ; you to have seen our equipments, for not with some of the fishers this they him up nl forty choices: : at five shillings as a He has magnetism
bama morning
and the mAving power. a varie
aI' Circuit Court of the Unit:ed1c cl inns fur .Ni-sroc and other certain whether the
: destroyed quite animal was alive I ten for
property fir1.1..C1 offered got pounds sterling an animal
Mobil us any quantity "streaked" if ; ty of models
we ,
; cIT vibratory, oscillifa- :
by iio I Indians and for illustrating
horses.&c. killed ]
dead D--had
20, 16: 7. 4G-tf ncrviCC. ()rt\kl.lI furtiin Annv.. or concluded it best to prepare would not tell, but we replied that tho joke had rendered himself famous amon - JOhN. DII for the worst.. and him infrrnmtv .rnnllv_.. was too good to 'I informed I the types. poles of mOYem"rt. I.
j Adjutant General's omcc, ou-- hey us changing the a volatic magnet. The I
r HEAD QUARTERS FRANCIS: A.1JlCKENS. me. had purchased four; that "Sea Sarpenting" is a business motion is that used r
) regular rotary
: FI'IJ. 7, 1831. ; a I source of I
Tallahabse.Jtily' I, |R37.3 ( N II -Lrtt, 27-rf heavy three pronged manure forks, taken at Nahant, and the landlord finds so many LIGUTNINC.-The laws electricity! are We have watched with
di some .
post-paid cctcd( John P. power. -
i to 13u- apprehension
GENERAL ORD1RS.'ram vat, Tdlah' I'e, M'. > 'da, will be attended to. them to a smith's at the farthest end of tho I gulls who consider the thing "rale jinuinc," now pretty well understood, and it i is: just as experiments upon this : I '

Ht Adjutant General l, viewing it nere.ary --- ---- ----- --- town, and had them firmly welded) upon tho I that it fills the little town with lodgers, who, reasonable lo live in accordance with themas but having seen one of his engines.In subjec
\\II> have: in Ins possession' the stiength of the \ ends of two stout pieces of iron about four oper' :
; with other law
the of
Gr f Florida having seen animal at a distance, go any nature. To remove (ion, we are convinced that the application I
. compri-sing the first and second IX months: after: date feet r
hall at each end.
long, one
exhibit These he said
my ac- home and write learned of from a current air of this is .
r. .hcrehy requires the officers commanding count and vouchers to the Hon. accounts tho horrors strong to escape a power beyond a question. Dr.
. Y. t Tftdcs,-viz- Brigadier General.. Read, Guardians':; Court, as Administrmor, Jud"c f.ir Jetters of the of we might use in case tho animal attempted of the fea. stroke lightning,is just as philosophical Page says, that the patent secured for 'DA

Ne, and I'ng. G"n. Hernandez, 21 t Bri- dismission: from the administration of the estate of to attack us. By holding them upright when I ascertained that they never anchor lha as to step aside to shun 1 precipice : it i is vcnport's Machine cannot interfere with,
N. >Cause reluins to be made to me at Tall:!.. Alfred/ Wilks, Iccd. JOHN : he camo on, his jaws would fasten the :
upon serpent out than equally as wtso to from him
more week and ensure building he commenced his
.1 s1. \bro' their Colonels commanding the va- June 1, IRJ7.: once a your as researches_ a J long !I']
i ment s, the strength of each company,bat. .1jtl':1)i / prong, wo should be protected. Besides generally wait until the boarders grow impatient l lightning, by a good conductor, as to ensure lime since, and produred his models some '

I.IId 'ment t' including' in report the nameSAMUEL : from St. !Marks, a handsome H.on- these wo each had a gun loaded with! and throatenen to go home. Sometimes i it.from our common fires, at a premium of time prior to Davenport's application for a t
ottlt com-milsi.ned ,fij'r. I n cut on his t"nlJc': TEN he is not allowed tn for one and a half cent. To betray He has t
DULl.."ItS will be si\cn; for his bal.Afer appear a month. per symptoms patent. moreover, conducted hisexperiments
7 PARKUILL, apprclicnsiun about half an hour's sail, for the To conceal him the of fear in case i is hut
Adjutant General of Florida. and delivery at Mr. I1acklc}" stables.J. keeper rows him ashore any unminly, to entirely independent of any suggestions 4 J
F. M. ARMSTRONG.: was very light, we camo close upon where the water is several feet deep, draws one's reason to avert danger i is altogether a and the wholo of his '. \
I ( NOTICE. June 17Lll, lR37. '. thu being that has created much different Tho coostructon ,
__4. so terror. the bungs from the large barrels, fills them thing. best safeguard against machine differs entirely Davenport's.

tbl- .rge3 raoD'tri1! indebted make immediate to the late firm of Kerr & NOTICE. ho Ho Jay poiCecily still, and D---imagined nearly full of water, replaces the:bungs, and l lightning is a good conductor kept in com- The small machine which was shown to i I'I'j "

Iou, Eqr. as further indulgence payment cannot to Jas. S IX weeks from the publication: hereof, the sub. and was asleep. The head was still erect, tho animal i is then sunk! by largo heavyweights plcto repair, and next to this a group of lofty us, prosnted literally a stupendous operation; i I .

otherwise the same will be put in suit wriber will apply to the Hon. Stars Bryan, the boy motionless, D proposed thrown across tho body at trees ; but where a dwelling is protected by apparently at perfect rest from its inconceivable I .

'a t atel,. I). KERR, Judge 1 letters of of the County Court Jackson county, for firing upon it, and at (tho same moment ent di tanccg. One of tho fishers difer.us neither, it is highly prudent for its inmatos velocity, it produced a hum which was ". .
DANL. I). STURGES.NOTICE. administration, with the will annexed, brought his riflo to bear directly the ; to bctako themselves ,
that the thunder almost
upon the estate of David Trammel deceased. upon man who made tho present sea serpent during a htavy deafening. He his hitherto been un-

TAKE JAMES J.TRAMMEL. mouth. Wo were now about fifty yards was a capital hand at the business sltrrn, t J tho safest, placo in it. Tho air able to produce in models orany size a rate I

'e against Auj.; 3, 1837. 32-uV from him, and I asked D-if howas- sure and it was no uncommon thing for him 'to. is a very bad conductor of electricity : it always !- revolution exceeding six hundred per mi- ,
rSfl0Vnts the estate of n.\I. of his
: Y, late of Lc 11 county, lc- NlQ Rn sight by moonlight. Ho replied that turn off three or four during tho season, and seeks to move in and with tho current, uto ; but he lately has made a very important

)%.r t1Ilth Within shall not be presented, fully au- TIlE TAXES: for J i83larc now JMC. Hy CRn. he was, nnd at tho same moment fired. I the one w.i examined, is tho second ho has and hence it is always dangerous in a thunder discovery, which being applied to the *

I.JTtd. This the time prescribed by Jaw' on the subscriber, nt his office in Talla: had no effect. The creature did not even finished this year already. storm to sit down between two window?, model! we saw, has run its speed from six

ii fON TAYLOR is a final notice., Admroisliator. I oblige massed, and paying the same, ths public will much I growl. Convinced of the truth of our sur- The landlord is in somo trouble about or at tho entrance of a door. Again, the hundred up to the astonishing rate of -six I

18, 37. 'ICtf July 1i: 1837.-19 SAM'L. 1)Ta.t). DUVAL Colkctor., mtscfl, we now sailed for the first hump, and our discovery, but I hope it my not afcc air in a chimney being rarified by tho heat thousand in a minute. If this be true, (whichwe

; diovc one of our double forks! upon it. The I his: business, and cannot suppose it wil, as. I below, tho electric fluid often en'crs a home canaot doubt from its almost appalling hr



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ty) the magnetic,poles\ changing twice|cannot get a shot at them. If he catches bo saved, except, perhaps, 20 wariiors. who importance i of geology and mineralogy is recognized bout to "be rent from the secrets oT the cor- f[I lest The sales In that cal y haft 41.

la every revolution most change at the\ wior- I (aliens with Mexican infantry soldiers, he are paid to be on their way to join the Somi- and regret expressed that !they rapt banking system. The deeds done behind down to 500 bales from 4 tit -TOUV. ..... ,

: how rate twelve thousand in a min \e. will be much smarter than ever 1 know him nolcs. Col.Brown has given tho chief 10 should have been omitted for some time, the curtain will have to appear tt> the port fem the United States .In 1835'n.. -.

This model, (ihoAgn' extremely' perfect; having -' to be. days to get his people i in, which time i il: considered wing to the want of sufficient instructor in world's eye.- .Those mixed up in them dread red to $29,000,000,in 18" '. tIt t71 .....

been made by his own hands), \n the They tried! hard to mount the cavalry but sufficient if they are In earnest. It the chemical department. the disclosures that must inevitably be made. will pro[> _

I opinion& of an eYnirmrrt math: eat ()this city could not make it out and were obliged to is due to Col. Brown to say, that bis conduct The"propriety of having a school for cavalry They are not prepared for them. this year, on over' .aa....

will carry a common abed 18th"V cnt of give it up. while il is marked by untiring teal tactics annexed to the Institution is The safety fund banks at Albany are alar- ces by the banks and odM!"" This f bill

1 pecuniary aid bas prevented Dr. P. from conducting By giving the above publicity in your columns and energy, manifests the purest spirit of hu mentioned favorably on'account of the late med at the proceedings of the Wall street crease in commerce unprecedented k7

t the experiment as he wishes, !but you will much Oblige A FRIEND OF manity-tho courage and ability of the soldier organization of the two cavalry regiments. banks. These are pursuing the right course history of the world. But the raenWi f .?

we hope some liberal patron \\'il I soon te TEXAS. are adorned by the humanity of the man. limiting their discounts-calling in their year is not quite of so wholesome a aa/*
found to take an mteresi with him, and we I --- ]Maj. Wilson will have the satisfaction of| From the Army and Nary Chroiiclt. balances demanding the redemption ef the that of last. >1

ftiV t strongly desire to seethe full value of the From the N. O. Com. Bulletin, Aug 2.:). knowing that his assistance has enabled Col. THE GRATE OF MELLON.On country paper, which hu been accumulatingon The Napier, at Baltimore from

invention first icalixed in our own city.- By the schooner Helen from Galvoson, Brown to bring his campaign to so happy an the south shore of Lake Monroe in their hands :o an' enormous amount. has brought about $10,000 for the

I Dr. Page iresnres us that ho has entirely arrived yesterday, we learn thai on the lllh issue." Florida, on the very ground where the battle What the policy of the country bank fund of cotton.A I

surmounted the objection that a proportionate the day before her departure schooner 1':liz:1: of the 8tb of February was fought against could have been, it is hard to say. It if certain few more bales of the new

magnetic intensity cannot be given to Russell had arrived at that port from the AI- From the PensacolaGazette. the Seminoles; may be seen a little rectan- however, they did not anticipate such ton have been received in SaranaaJi crop tI a4,

machine ef very large dimensions. acranes, in charge of a prize crew, she having A letter from Gen. Jesup of the 9th inst.: gular colonade of palmetto pickets, enclosing a movement as has now taken place. It is Hamburg, Geo. The lot at the fortes t

W e forgot to mention that the maximum l been taken by tho Texian schooner of addressed to n friend in this city, contains the hallowed spot where are deposited thought, not without reason, that many of the was sold at I2c., and in Ham burr -

peed \ f the machine is attained in about 15 war Brutus of Sisal. Tho vessel was Eng: some interesting items of intelligence. We the mortal remains of Capt. Mellon. Over western banks must now go by the board- The staple of the new crop b said q.
seconds. lish, but was captured as containing Mexican (learn from it that the motive which prompted his grave is placed a broad tablet, of that that Albany and Utica will suffer. It is well. good. Then prices are but given U. 'tJ

property. General Jc.sup to propose relinquishing rare and peculiar alone which is to be found The sooner this patching, monopolizing, unjust first few bales. It will not last fie r

Temperance Skotrer-Mr.\ Lauriat during The officer in charge of the Eliza Rujscl, his command in Florida, was an opinion only in certain localities in Florida, and on j system expires, the better. We shall should not be surprised i if ito long.ar1

bis late aerial excursions, scattered a,. represents thai the squadron under the com- somewhat hastily formed as it i iJ proved that it is chiselled the name and rank of the de- then know what we are about.-We shall went at 11 c. For so the market next :-'"

t mong the good people of Hingham. and oth- mand of II. L. Thompson, had captured and public sentiment in Florida would require it parted, with a notice of the manner and occasion proceed on a sound and healthful basis. The A Savannah slip has a letter from w ags at.

er towns over which he passed, a beautiful sent into Matagorda\ two Mexican vessels On this subject the General remarks : of his death.' corrupt and diseased members must be severed mon's Island, dated Sth inst. ,'

shower of temperance publications with loaded with dry goods lie also stated that I am anxious that my motives should Tho' remote from tho haunts of civilizedman from those that are sound. All banks ticulars of the gale, which hi ring the.N

which his oar was freighted by a distinguished they had taken a number of other vessels bo understood and appreciated by my friends that grave still bears the token of human that arc in a healthful condition will now the cotton crop. The writer severely 01'"

+ friend of temperance. Coming from such which had either been held lo ransom, or after Though all my military operations had been skill and affection. Though the ground have to resume specie payments speedily. says that If he had $10,000 he roes would IIII

an elevated source, they were eagerly) being: gulled of their cargo destroyed. I successful, 1 had failed to accomplish the be not legitimately consecrated by religious The harvest is at band, when the wheat shall I the whole in cotton without delay. And

caught up, and we hope will be attentively) In addition to this, Thompson had \landed on I emigration of the Indians-a measure deeply ordinance, as the prescribed sanctuary of the' be separated from the tares, and the tares Because a parcel of cotton has
.... ... been
... _. .
buY ? --- f ,_ _.... i intcr' "tfin suffering frontier in-
.1| .ihe
j ? 'hp roast and burned all the villages with doad yot it i. consecrated in heroic story as flung into the fire. cd on-: i!''Island.The writer's who
Thus, it seemsballoons arc not such worth the exception oi Santa uouuants of Florida, and one to which
Mara, ironrtupu'.ae > pub-
In the all
ihe! coming will be centered that
# field of martial triumph. Could a gallant : expose, eyes turn- are on one Iaand.lie
1: less thin.+ after all as some persons hat'matntotned.Boston louche to Sisal. Both the schooners were lic attention had been directed by the repealed towards
soldier desire a better resting place ? ed Philadelphia. The great gun and haps does,not think of the abundant lta
: Jour. crowded with goods taken from the failures which had mine. tr
preceded -
enemy Mellon received a rifle shot in his breast the little guns have hid themselves in a hith- of the interior.
-- and all on board remained in high health I Believing that public opinion, particularly erto impenetrable veil of When Sales in New Orleans
very early in the action,and before the shout mystery. up to the lurk
From the Nciv Orleans Bulletin. and spirits. Thompson proposed to cruiz? in Florida, would demand my recall, and the mist clears it is
was heard which proclaimed victory alongour shrewdly thought that were 560 bales at 6 a 10 l-2c.
MATAMORAS, July 21st. 1837. a few days longer down the Campeachycoasl I wishing to disembarrass the government of them will have
lines he had breathed his last. Allho' some evaporated. If all is The demand at Augusta, Geo., not .
Dear Sir.-Tho magnanimity shown by before returning to port. It i is not unlikely I and leave it free to act, without any consideration attacked by six hundred ferocious straight and above board, what need of so our last, had rather fallen off on the :

the Texian government in releasing all the that this man may prove a t-ccond personal to myself, I asked to be bent on an indiscriminate massacre,savages and much mystery! Healthful honesty walks in inst. Prime and choice were the ,,
Mexican in Texas has been Paul Jones the Texian relieved. The of War left it per- only
prisoners to Secretary at
poor navy.We severing for throe full hours in the hope of the sun. It courts inquiry; it does not wear ties wanted. We quote 5 a lOc. as t
ly reciprocated on the part of this government lately noticed the capture of Colonel my option relinquish or retain the com- their but a slouched hat and a Dutchman's inexpressi tremes. fJ.
in their treatment of the Texian Wharton when with Met- mand and finding as I believed that accomplishing purpose, our troops,
pri- going prisoners to ; pub. l little more than half their number, and all bles to hide its form and conceal its propor- Transactions at Philadelphia on the
goners now confined in the of this amoras. The news has been confirmed I Ilic opinion was different from what I had
quarters by recruits, nobly breasted! the showers of rifle tions. Well-all b: yet conjecture, however and for the week previous at 81 1-4 a .&
lr l city. Among tho number of prisoners taken the arrival of thai officer in this city, he having t supposed it would be, I informed the Gen, balls poured in them and so dealt with shrewd it may be; but the stripping timeis There b no material change in tha

on board the Tcxian armed schoonc found means to make his escape from I in Chief en the Sth of July, that I would retain their assailants upon in as would have done coming, and then we shall see what we ket. The demand dulL _

1.I); Independence is the Hon. Win. II. Wharton his captors, when, we understand, they were the command, unless the go"crnmentsbould honor to veterans.turn In all the the Sem stall see. In the meantime, we must remain

r whose situation is truly deplorable, and talking shooting him.GEORGETOWN otherwise" determine. That i is my m inoles have been war hoodwinked. From the New York Herald,At*,a

it would appear as if this: government had -----__ __u purpose now : but I am entirely indifferent ished than at never Lake Monroe.more The severely only martyr pun- The government, which has been paying LATER FROM NGLLt.No .

particularly singled him out to wreak thei S. C., August 26. whether ordered. to retain or surrender the on our post was Mellon ; and the hand its operatives in shin plasters,or bank bills, or less than four packet ships trrmJi''

vengcnce upon. Since his arrival in Matamoras The Gale of the 17th and 18th inst. was command." some stockade fort, now established there, any thing but the hard and now recurrent port this morning-the ships George w4

he has been confined in a ,'erymall the most destructive of crops in this neigh i General Jcsup further adds-"Gtneral is called by his name. coin, has sent $90,000 in specie to Englandto ington, Holdredjre, Columbia Depcr

room, bustling with tho bayonets o I boihood of any that has occurred in the recollection j Gaines i is a pure patriot: ho sent me the 6th I the Barings. and Sheridan, Russell from Liverpoc,i

his guard, without the possibility of seeing of our oldest Planters. The Ricejvas > i i i Regiment of Infantry at a time when we bad MATERNAL AFFECTION. poor woman By recent arrivals, we have accounts from the Mediator, Chaaiplain, from Londft;

J the light of heaven, except through iron \ generally in blossom, and the cnlcul". ;i not spoken for more than ten yean by which on ascending the ladder of the ship Nestor, London to the 24th. Money has become The George Washington brings us lit|

grates-denied the privilege of writing or I! lion is that; at least one-fourth of the grow- :': I was enabled to assume the offensive- at New York, on Sunday the 19th, bound to plentiful there. Stocks have advanced. Con- pool papers of the 26th, and Londonof "

communicating with any one except hi sing I crop has been destroyed. Tho win i > without that timely aid 1 should have been New Orleans gave: her child to a laboureron sols for the Account closed at 91 15-28. Nothing | the 24lh ult. ..,

guard dependant upon his own resources i I was at its height at N. E. at midnight on i !: compelled lo remain on the defensive. Few the wharf, who on handing it to the mother has been done in American Securities. Cotton has declined 1-8 on Best

('orhis daily food, not having even been offered :i Friday night, and owing to the fact that i it t I :; men could have acted with the magnanimity let it fall into the dock ; the motherwas The activity of the money market, that evinced and 1-4 per pound on i inferior quaJir ..

this last by the government' half devoured Jdid!< not go farther East al any time, thc wa- ,i! which distinguished' his: conduct on that oc standing on the rail, about 15 feet from itself on Saturday, to-day is not.- The elections for members of JVrfiu

by the flea, suffocated by the beat, con I jler did not use as high as in 1S34 by 18 raston.: I shall never forget the act, nor the water, whence she leaped and saved her Stocks remain pretty much the same as at are commenced-London has rtfencd

tinually plundered by the guard, denied even j j inches. The blade crop, not gathered i4'' cease to feel grateful for it." child, amid the cheers of several hundred last quotatation, but very little b doiug in Whigs. Liverpool seems likely to

t medical aid when sick, his regular rest entirely )I j all gone-the Peas: greatly injured-and ;persons : and for this blind act of affectionand them. United States has declined a quarter; one if not two Tories. There ns rtti
) dcstrocd at night by the horritscreams c j much of the Corn in the car blown off the REVOLTING 5rJcT.1CLE-TuE IRGRATI- humanity, the Capt. of the ship Juehcr I Treasury Drafts are up. Specie must go up little blood-letting upon the latter .
stalks. In town few old and uninhabited TUDE OF R EruDLlcs.-If any one is disposed too.
of the
sentinels within u few feet a free passage and a dollar This is almost a thing of course atation.
of hid bed, tender his situation miserable in i buildings have been blown, as havo also about to question the truth of this eft repeated 6ORN MARKET. ( Ncwcastle-under-Tyne has

the extreme. The above is the unvarnished one-fifth of eur shade trees-most of charge, let bim turn aside with us for a moment EFFECTS or SEA WATER ON IROX.-Iron, Monday, Aug. 28. two conservative members.

truth and I challenge the old pusilanirnous tho fences, &c. &. from the strife of politics and the turmoil after remaining a long while submerged i in Accounts are still reaching us from the The fortune of war has again tossJj

I general Filisola who has the command We understand that Mr. Stephen Fords of the wwild, and contemplate a strik the sea, is converted into plumbago. As a south and west of the rapid decline of wheat favour of the Queen of Spain. Don f

r here to deny it. The conduct of thir the only Cotton Planter on South Island, ing and melancholy testimonial to the justice evidence of this change, M. Elides Des-nand flour in those parts hero the new crops forces are said to have been defeated

man toward Mr. tit harton can only be r- (which Island is nearly opposite our lighthouse of the accusation. longchamps has lately presented to the Lin- have come to market. Valencia. (
the ,) has lost the of his which In a private vault in tho suberbs ef our Such is the unparalleled richness and
quallcd by most savage barbarian in existence most ClOp, nean society of Normandy some cannon balls abundance The plaguo has appeared at Msrstsk
at that place was cotton only. city there was some years ago deposited the taken from the bottom, oft Cape Ie Hogne, of the grain in Ohio, thatthe millers T. D. Rice and lady andJsmes W

p t.'..,* \l1'nneeive why the Texian government I me clii. Martha Pjuu sailed ..o iha body of one, who had he lived would in al I which were sunk with the ships under Admiral there expect that flour will come down to 4.50 lack, arrived in the George Was&taft
released the Mexican prisoners i i't in morning of Thursday last t. for Chailejton.The ; i probability have stood first in the natian as Tounrille. in 1692. They do not at first per barreL Wheat had been offered in one Rice u considered in London

Texas. I should suppose that they bad vessel has not been heard of, and it i is, J ho had been in his own state. Many can sight appear to hare undergone any change; ..place as low as 75 cents a bushel, without obtaining than his ministerial namesake. greater

seen enough of the falsity of Santa Ana Al feared, she may have been lost during the I remember how (the shockof( sudden death but when examinedare found to have (lost.] a purchaser. In the western pmr.*\ -J1Je Rv goo JP_. LrB-,

monte and other to know that they had but gale of Friday night. made every heart thrill, and every tongue. ,p ps' two-thirds of their weight, and may be scraped the 'state, the harvest bas been bountiful, first six months of this year, in coot '

little to expect from this government for RO The gale of 1822 was remarkable for it whether of friend or foe; clcquent in his I or cut with a knife, like black lead. They that flour is not expected to exceed $4 a bar- with the same period of 1838, 1,177,

generous an act. They hove another instance violence six hour, and the loss ofchimnics, praise. 'contain no remains of their original ferruginous rel next winter. Potatoes, which are 25 cts. francs.

in general Cos, another false wretch limber and life, and high; water. Tho present Years have since passed away. Decay : qualities, and have not the least effect upon a bushel,will soon, it is thought, be 12 1-2 On the 9th ult. Don Carlos was

who deserved to die. He had no soonei. gale was violent for twenty-four hours, has done its work alike upon its noble form i the loadstone or magnetic needle. c is. Corn and oats pro P ionablY low. Valencia. Several of bb battalions vm'

arrived in Matamoras and felt himself safe and not being at a dangerous quarter f for tho and the frail fabric in which it was laid. The I Mining Journal. Bjr late accounts from Pennsylvania, we tioned at Murviedro and surrounded dot

t from the paws of "Ihe( Texian barbauar," highest water, is remarkable for the destruction wood of the coffin has crumbled away-the I learn that the crops of winter grain got in Nulles and Castelon{ have been laid war

;4'' .re he commenced calling\ them every thing of crops previous to fIIl.turitJ.-Uflion. hones of the load have fallen out and lie Stop my paper."-The editor of the 31asilon there were, with a few exception., very fine; The English frigate Barham bad Jni

but honest people, and boldly declared! uir; scattered upon the Hoot of the vault. There Gazette, very truly observes, there that the oats crop was never more abundant; two hundred and seventy artillery mn,*

i determination to go buck: ; nuu have his rcVrtrge. NEW YORK, August:: 21. forgotten, neglected, irreverently exposedlies is something dismal in the tone of these and that the corn and buckwheat, if not injured were placed at the disposal of the coat

I 11 would appear! as though the Tex. DESTRUCTIVE HURIUC\N A'iUnRF: AT 1 all that romans of Dewitt Clinton. i three short words. They have sounded a: by frost, promised a most abundantyield dant of Valencia. Espartere was adraas- ,,

ttns required another butchery like that of ST THOl\IAS.--Cilpt. LockwoGtl, of the Is it creditable to the empire state, tha death knell to the hopes of many a youthful and equal to the most sanguine expect on Valencia to resume the command. A feral

La Babia. to make them understand perfectly brig; Eliza, arrived last evening informs that j I he to whom she is so much indebted for that !journalist. To a young man, it is not only ations. l engagement under the walls of that jkl

the character of the people with whom St. Thomas and St. Johns, P. It. wcro \isi-I,: proud titlewho so well merits from her ruinous to his purse, but it is deeply stabbing At Mobile, where flour was $20 on the was expected.It .

I they are at war for it s'emss though they ted by a hurricane and earthquake on iltCj I i I every honor that can be paid to departed ex- his professional pride, to say to him Slop 16th inst. it fell in three days after to 16.50. was reported at Paris on the 164

'. did not know them. They are humble and 2d nislinl, which destroyed nearly all the ccllenceliould be let to moulder in obscu! my paper." But age accustoms us to every On the 18th inst. it was 7.25 in Cincinnati;- that orders bad been sent to the souls

supplicating when prisoncis, and when once houses in both place, besides doing great t'i'j: rily, without a stone to mark: the spot-nay, thing. An old veteran newspaper publisher on the 19th it was 5.25, At Louisville on coast of France, for fitting out every

I )liberated their falsity knows no bound'. damage to the shipping. L Gazette. I I' without the decencies of ordinary sepulchcr? cares no more for a fidgety quarrelsome, the 14th wheat was 1.50; on the 18th it was sable ship of war ia that quarter, to sd

., Why don't the Texian government scud! Since the above was in type, we halo received ''i Far better and more honorable for our coupe would-be-offisb, subscriber, than a blind 80 cents, a fall of nearly a half. When the Valencia to receive on )board the

on partizan companions and the HioI the St.. Croix Gazette (extra) of Ih '' try could the adulation which of late bas: horse does about a counterfeit note on ihe new crops arc brought to those places where who may be obliged by the stress o/nr
t 1 Grande through the whole course? It can 5th instant, giving the particulars. ;Tim hurricane '(I been so lavishly and so unworthily fits: bank of Owl Creek. An editor has no more prices arc still retained, a similar reductionwill seek shelter out of Spain from the apes -

, easily be done. The here arc oly a- commenced at 4, P. 31. of the 2d i, j I I played towards the living, be changed into to do than to satisfy himself thai he is right t be apparent. of Don Carlos. A letter from
I bout fifteen hundred strong troops including officers. and continued through the whole flight '! fitting respect for the memory of the lllus! in his opinions-screw up courage enough Owing to a short supply here, which is i in of the 11th ult. states that General

The cavalry are about two hundred Hundreds of houses were demolished, and 1]t I triou3 Dead. [Albany Evening Journal. to express them and express them well- the hands of a few speculators,these very hu division had revolted, in cooseqaeeca

1 but cannot has been somo literally blown to piece-". Out of 36 '' --- and for every 'Stop my paper' case he meets mane persons have advanced the price of soldier, who was fatigued with his
strong as frequentlyptoved
' for vessels in the harbor, all but four were capsized | The Esti.:: -Among a number of old with, he will have a dozen compliments paidto -' flour one dollar a barrel. Our stock of wheat having been run through the body by SB
: mount fifty men
destitute of emergencyLi Li or sunk or driven on shore. Many.!; men of war which were advertised in the his talents and his honesty in new sub : is also very much reduced. The arrival of ficcr. The officer was himself lulled ina
They I
I are ,
besides, the soldiers much less the officers lives were lost among the seamen and inhao b- I I I' English papers to be sold at auction on th e scriptions. An editor must never try to the new crop, which may be daily expected, diately by the comrades of the woundeda
. The number had 16th of July was the Frigate Essex whichi } will :eon put ail this to rights.
v have but little inclination to cross the RI o itants. not been ascertained please any one but himself. [Penn. In. skirmish took placeseveralwere ofe
/ I I Grande. The Indians said tu bo tho Cu- but was supposed: to exceed 100. jour i readers will recollect was taken during COTTON MARKET. killed, and the general obliged tot-

I..I j mancbes are now on the, opposite side of To add to the horrors of the night at about the last war, by the Phebc and Cherub! off A Puzzle for the curiaut.-Those of our Monday, Aug. 23, 6 P. M. Since then, the tables have beea

the river and thin 12 a fire broke out, in some stores belonging I Valparaiso, after ,a severe engagement. Th e readers who may happen to have more time Early this morning we received our letters Carlos has had to beat a retreat-it 'B
'f within reach., burning: have destroying been within every g to Mr. Stubbs. It destroyed two i Essex was built in Salem, Mass. She i is upon their hands than they can conveniently from Liverpool, up to the 25th ult. four dayslater. defeated. Tranquility has been rertaad
They one
j league of Matamoras, and have followed dwelling houses, one occupied by 3Ir. Simmons advertised as being only 867 :tons burthen make use of will no doubt, be much They represent the market as having Madrid and the Queen's cause is ia-o
i Mr. Parish -Express. been dull for the week previous to thatdate. cendant.
the very
the Rio Grande down to within two leagues by -nothing obliged to us for the following curiouj statement :
, saved, the innntes barely escaping with their which will A further decline had been submittedto Ten thousand deaths from Chelentt
L, of its mouth. at which latter olace there I Wttt Point; ilila occupy some portion of i it.
Acadellly.-Tbo Annual by holders, of lad on better and !d on ken in
lives. We imagine that a few will it a ttpoer." A place Naples since April 13ia _
about ifare hundred Mexican troops'
were The St. Croix could be found report of the board and examiners, presents inferior qualities American.. Brazils was There of Mount Ti
sloop not ; gentleman married a lady, whose brother was an eruption ,
stationed and these trembled for their
a flattering picture. For the the much in demand "
the captain safe. more soon after married the husband' daughter only description -rather on the 24th ult.

safely. I The American ship Margate! was capsized complete organization of the establishment, in course of time each party bad a child the better prices were obtained for that kind.- GREAT Ba.lTAlN'-On the occxs*
About three weeks there arrived here find the
ago we following! suggestions : The table is months later
and the captain and all the crew, except former a daughter the latter a son,-there following two lhan prorogneiog the British Pariiameat
Cherokee Indians
under the command The
three, were JOat. inadequacy of the number of officers fore the first mentioned lady is mother to any heretofore published. 17th of July, the precision and dears*
of Mexican of Cortina
by the name The merchants have suffered greatly by detailed Irom the army for the duties of assistant her brother, sister to herdaugbter, and grandmother Ctirrtnt rafts ff CWiM it Littrpeet, in 1836 ax15r'T the Queen's enunciation in n.r"-
who has resided
for time
some amongst professors is stated with tho "
damage to goods in the stores. The tiles to her nephew; her little daughter i is ,speech from the throne are modi
them, and furthermore hold a colonel'scommission that for these stations JIIJy21.36. July 37.
in the Mexican\ service. 'They were blown off, and the rain poured through have : the country may J niece to her sister, aunt to her cousin: sister .. get Island. 40 .36d UjaiTd i I the journals, as well as her "dtgatyi,
iD torrents. a paramount claim on the services of, to her uocle; the youn man h brotherto do-stained, 9 aJ6 4 ali and self-posseauton throughout the
here to offer the services of their tribe those who have
come been educated at the ealab- Bowed Georgia. "
One letter sajs that the destruction was : his father and mother, son to his sister slash 4J;s ,I iDg'5On entering the royal robiaf
(o this government to go against Texians. i lisbment. An increase in adverted of the AUUma and Teao. 7)alO) t 6
I to a
than occasioned the uncle to his wife and however after the House
much brother
hart leaving
was nioce eft
i greater by ; New Orleans, 8 a3 .
It is the third time that they have come apparatus of the departments of 4i 8i ;
up- hurricane of 1819. I engineerin. his wife is sister to her father and mother,' Egyptian, 13Jal7 7a3J she fainted, but was soon recovered,
the same errand, within the last nine natural
on philosophy
It is that this Only one (large hip and two schooners remained chemistry, drawing, and daughter to her sister; his litils son is gra n dThe above was made up from actual salesof per restoratives. ,
months. generally supposed the the
library of
uninjured in the port ; all the rest present supply which is: son to his aunt the elder lady and cousin to the 31st July of each year. Sea Island Great interest was manifested by (Ml
will them. If 1 deemed
employ so, for the
government were wrecks or thrown on shore. Some inadequate thorough (peiformanco bis aunt (bo little girl shews a difference{ of 3d.,and 1 1-2 pie when it was known that the Quill
tit d that the United Slates will be on the of duties ; in addition: to which juch Egyptian Parliament,
endeavored to save themselves by cutting from the table The to prorogue
published: yesterday.
and the Texians
look outforljbem, them. annual appropriations ..
are suggested, as &
may I The avenues galleries and *
their United States
selves cannot be.t.()oo much on their guard, away masts.: enablo the Academy to keep pace with t tha k BY EXPRESS MAIL. and other banks engaged iDI i the house were crowded by tfteMMt
tartest assured hew. is dark advances ia modern making remittances to England in cotton win
From the Pcnsacoli Gazette. science. From the New York Herald. mined by members. Aflsr t3s houses
and deep going on at .present between the The following i is an extract of a letter A survey of the buildings by a competent MONEY MARKET.b1oNnAV experience actions. considerable loss by these trans met, the Queen entered and the SpesJjrj
t Cherokee sod the Mexican government, from a friend to thc editor dated board of officers is: recommended in orderto dressed w
,Aug. 28, 11-2 o'clock P. Mao As much than herMa1'eay in a speech
.. they bought at higher rates
and ought immediately to be la- CAMP LAGRANGE, ascertain how far
measures NEAR | they may be altered A sensation has viewed of the means
( great been excited by t I are now and the here are some prominent
ken by'tae Tcxians to sift the waller gut Aug. 26, 1837. } as to increase the comfort and health of tha IIo accepted, as prices the
suicide of session.
.and if possible prevent any thing of the kind DEAn SIR: Cosapinia, the priucipa! chief, students, in connexion with the expendituresof was one of Henry the State Seymour Canal, Commissioners at Utica. I will much lose too about high for those cent of Ib Liverpool on all that, they has IT.1LT.-ACCOQDts past from Naple! .
place. came in with his wife he his which it is: recommended to establish per
taking to-day -
says aboard and there is 27th of that Mooot
no reason to doubt the authorityof been shipped by them. The United States June state :
Since writing the above an extraordinary, people aro scattered and it will take some of competent officers, by which all private letters, which lay the lamentable bank has remitted about 100,000bales, which: had vomited gasses on tho tatg.. ''

, ty arrived from general Cos to the cam ticuo for them to come in, that he has; sent plans, &c. shall be revised and examined, fact to a prostrated. intellect overturned equal to 65,000,000Ibs. or f 3500000.This, but it had not affected the tUa*!*** J Jto
.rnander i In chief that the CuraancfieIndiansJhad to collect them. He is before being ucted by
sayiug runners a fine noble finally on by the depart the deranged condition of the state finances is at the lowest calculation. The reduce the intsswly .f die ckJ '
killed Col. Cortina: and six! of looking man and his wife (who is the ment. expensesof ,
k banks and monetary affairs, in which he of the and the loss sustained after its carried otrour hundred dafly. .
" .the Cherokee about three leagues dlltmotfrom daughter of the calibrated warrior and chief,! The propriety in future of adhering to specific mixed up.There arrival voyage at Liverpool, could not be less than bar of deaths sine the 13th -
': beoc 'This is official from Dos and M'Queen) is a hoe looking woman and has, ,instead geueral appropriations is spoken be estimated at tea thousand. A II ..
can no doubt but that the :2c. which would amount to 700000. A
be relied quite a distinguished ..air.. We have now 12 of and also the immediate steps(
upon. : application I taken in Wall street will produce a w- small item to be charged to remittance a C- amusement, as well as die custom
General Cos is pursuing the Cumancbes Indians in 7 of whom are warnora--: of the money appropriated to the object for some
camp fur disclosures if not similar acts to the above count. Our advices from New Orleans i informs !ices. were closed. The aa'
with about six hundred infantry under his There is no doubt with palieoce and good which it be intended-instead of fait
may letting which God foi bid. Deeds of darkness are about us that Mr. Biddle and the Citixens disease was such that the patient's
,qpmnund And complains bitterly that, he management, tho unhappy cieajwea: mad all it lie unemployed from year to year. The I to be brought to light. The veil is a- Bank al that place have retired from the eta r-1 decided in twenty-four hours.


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-- i ing in of all eighteen known to have perinhed. A with the Globe iq stigmatizing the making 1. 1.
about -L .
FLORmIA.N.a aloop ten tons has been 'found bottom of I -

upwards off the coast; the fa leaf the crew is paper money as theft, or in ,considering COTTON GINS. I NOTICE. TWENTY DOLLARS REWARD

-- n.ft. UU'iifUaDAT.SEPTEMBER9\." kn.wn. A French not "p aper money ofless value than counterfeit BOATWRIGHT'S Cotton Gias,_of various ALL persons indebted to Uit estate William I of tie knowing desarteiy& M
bible, inscribed with the c.in." ,We go with Gen. Jackson ia believ ) accommodating terms, by late of Leon county, .:are requoted FOaeah cae of Uw GtfJfe* Cotfrp y
183 7. name of a lady from Augusta, Ga., with some ;ing that "the blessings.of government like 1>. WILLIAJtfS & Co. Agents. t.mae'i.mm &iate an those ate F ; .

a rticles of female apparel!, have also come ashore. the dews heaven should descend Monticello, Sept. 9, lt! 7. 5-4t baring cauD .t said estate Ire notified Joseph Freeoarf,
alike upon to them authenticated within the time
. l.nd Requested to The Sea Horse, an English brig of 73 the '* NOTICE. prsnt fflllia.'n Kelly, James Wi
I 1horiu present tons, was rich and the poor; but we do not prescribed by law to the subscriber,or they will beforever Simon el'yi' Calvia

! e.rt T otrlOlf. Esq as a candidate lost on Cedar Key during the gale. The vessel go with the Globe in arraying the TALLAHASSEE.: Sept., 1837. barred. WILLIAM LEE, .dm'r. James KeY. -kiI Bk ,
poor against -
I kJJltll' .t\. IOf Leon county in the sa total loss: the cargo, consisting of cedar the rich, nor in attempting to insti THOSE indebted to the Union Bank of Florid* July 24, 1837. Cp. _". I

I ,III It Prese1lt Ltg.s"..:.re Council.jt _. fus tic and mahogany, will probably be SSVN.'t : .-. hit. parties debtors and creditors antag up the interest are not notified renewed that their we note si-all* and proceed payed to COTTON GINS. -52-3t Cap Cc Company F. M.iVOTIOE .

the south and west the gale was not felt. onist to each other. We go with the state iect the same. without* deity.:-Those who desire THE SUBSCRIBERS hare just received fr / I

I uaried and requested to announce schr. Lady Washington has since in governments in the 10 avoid *uit, c3nd9. 80 ty. renewing their notes, Cotton Gin:;, of a |>enor 'r tW C.
temporary \
came of qualiu
% er Srt"UT, a8 a candidate to repre expedient and paying up the VitereM. without unreasonable the late of N. G. ALL persons jndeLe t th o Dt .
gorJAY( nLo or Leon county in the next Le and reports that at the time of the gale she was I suspension laws, but we do nJt go with the : delayDUVAL & ALLEN. ton, N. maufactor. made on an g late on11.e"a. tboo

t ihe p r'ativC 'L becalmed this side of Key "'est. At Pensacola L Globe in denouncing them as the I (5-3w) Atl'yj fur Union Bank. from his former make of Gins and imprte steelsws 1 quested to make imxo,d.: H*"&a r.

..;.! COUDC1; there was a slight shower but wind. tions of paper money barons to I and will b sold low and on o accommodating having claims against aid e..Ut St$
i- no The set combina-I NOTICE. to them in prope1 form(within t te.pre

I J.7.edand requeslr-d to announce wind being off shore, it is difficult to account for: at defiance and defraud the poor l c'iX Weeks after date the subscriber will make term M agnolia 4pply,&d July BENJAMIN, 1837. BYRD &50 CO..8w sc pent law, to the uDi'e.or tJhw b

Wurt'L. the high tide which hard tanl ngs." I.'., .''I'\ntir.rioI11n the Hon. fo reyerbaried. ORCA
PAIISIIIS a candidate to repre prevailed at the time; but it I Judge of the County :
eot. i Court of Leon Cou.ily for letters administration: NOTICE. Adm'r of Du"tot "
:'Inty of Jefferson in the next Lc is supposed that while the noi I h- --- ---- ot 1'
Dt IUOo .1. caster wascoursing From the Motile Mercantile ..7dveuiser.We I on the estate of Francms Drereux, deceased. f. months after dale, I shall present my accounts August I2ib, 1837.
CooCt over
. ;drift a southeastvind prevailed have understood CHARLES UECKST1EN. O nnd vouchers, and apply to the )
that the Land Pirates Hon NOTICE.
at sea. This is frequently the and 1 September 9th, 1837. 56wNOTICE. County Court Jefferson for a final settle. '
: case ,
. 'ItL JT. WALKER, Esq., of St. Marks, at mentioned in our two last papers, have escaped ment and discharge from the county administration of SIX months altar date, shall present 1r'
\ ? invariably produces the
!!.. : of a large portion of his neighboursia a high tide. and and
the of
I ffl vigilance of the citizens, and estate Thomas Pelphy, of said decease Toueher apply It *
-..;;;;.. ,consented' lo become a candidate to>> The cotton crop on Shell Point is almost a sea in their schooner. They goneto last See. 7th, .Id 51, of the! Legislative Council of the !. JAMES bt.. PARISH county, Adrn'r., County Coar of county,for a final sei"0"ment If

. tin( part, tht county of Leon in the nextreConncir total loss. In this vicinity it will fall: short of the were I Territory Florida, 1837. Aug. 19, 1337. 8-Gm m discharge from the a nit of tW I
heard of in the
!tP Vicixus..te vicinity of Boluxi between of Jamea Hall late .
Bay, it fuitlier enacted, That itshall be the du eatt of
expected yield ten per cent., which, considering this port and New Orleans. We have BE ty of the Overseer, of the several roads, to; JAMES H. TAYLOR JAMES L cn- .wc,

d te authorised: and requested to announcer the reduced price of the article, must be regardedas not heard whether the U. S. vessel has re- make a return of the names of theseveral defaulterson IS duly authorized a my agent during my ab Aug. 1', 1837. s 6 Adm'r.

i We3;r VV Bannernisn as a candidate to reprc- a heavy loss to the planter. ceived orders to'pursue them or not. their roads, to one of the comrmsioners of their' sence from the Territory.JOHN HE
;:-thc'coiinty of Leon In thc next Legislative respective districts, at :Jeast ten d ays befure their D. PARISH. T lkbdt of the Tallahassee Hail-road
t The steamer SUN, on her passage from ,I bitting thereafter. August 26, 1837. 3.5t ny are hereby notified that an iatalento(1l3percentisordevedtobepaidoetbe-

f f..ncn. __ C By a letter received from Col. Brown, in this place to Demopolis, on Tuesday last, The next: regular meeting or siting of the commissioners m t .

. West Flerida, we learn that the hostile Creeksin encountered a above will be on the first Saturday in Octo NOTICE. 12th September next. By order of the President.
n< requosted McCarthey's landing
auu'iov'Md ? to announce snag
Jr. are that: quarter her next, when all defaulters will be dealt weeks after dateal shall apply to the Ho''I. Aug. 19,1837- A. Sec'y. f f
,. & riggidly
" .IS M.ScOTT as a :\ndl .Ite.1 0 represent: Jcffcr1lau appear] generally disposed t* and sunk immediately. No lives lost. w ith. SIX Judge of the J.FIH&
.. in t1c next vc Counc.ll.t come in, having, as become COMMISSIONERS2nd : County Court Jefferson, 1 for THIRTY DOLLARS REWARD. -
they tired of Books and
say the lc
COUDty I papers belonging to boat, andbaggage I Road dist., Leon Co. tursof administration on the estate of the
the war. Major Wilson,of the army, with two < belonging to passengers, only saved Sept.CLh, 1837. 5.3w Jacob Carter, of said county, deceased. lat RUNAWAY from the plantation of Dr. ASH. C
1ft are aa'honzed and requested to announce friendly Indians as interpreters the Col. writes ELIZA CARTER, ,Tix JUNE&; his wife TYRE, il' sand
Esq. as a candidate to the IT OST, about the 25tu nit., a GUEYHOUNDMA Ten dollars will toe
WILLIAMS, represent paid
A : By aer J. M. b r
. .:a"IY of Leon in the next Legislative' Council. has rendered him very essential service in collecting 1I0nmn.-\n attempt to poison, a whole Slut, of the Persian breed,-color pale yellow, 4; .12, 1837. Attorney, Sot. li very eiter of the above MCr te d X "

and bringing in the fugitives. Fourteen; of wedding party was made at the house of Mr. very delicately formed-had on a chain collar with t -. 1-w dark about 23 ru age- &e and his I:

1\ t't.rt authorized and requested to announce the hosliles arc now in camp, and them John Harris, Morgan county, Georgia, in uGoIJsboron h""engraved on it, and comes to the MANSION 10Uf". wife black. The two l last are about thirty rears old.
name "Dudu. A suitable reward will be ST. WN. JoJgoN.
Ii *" E. DCHKIS, Esq. us a candidate to rcpreIr Cosafixicn, the principal chief of the the last week of July. Thirty-six out of forty I her paicfor : JOSEPl FLORIDA. for
to Dr.
.. i the connty of Leon In the next Legislative: party remaining return me. J. II. RANDOLPH; THE Mansion House begs I to 2t Manager Ash
CEI1. who, he says,are weary of fighting,and present, says the Athens Whig, were made Fept. 7th, 18J7. 5-tf his sincere thanks to his friends, and the REGULAR PACKETSCHOONER
. sick but all .. public for the liberal
desirous to come in. It is stated thai a party of recovered. The poison was NOTICE. generally patronage which Lady I

'Vir are authorized and requested announce about twenty warriors, beside women and chil mixed with the dressing of a turkey, and the -j IX week! after fl ate, application will be made assure they them betowed thai no future upon his exrions esab13hent: spared and lo Washington, M. Swaim, IL

1, ; j. THOMAS! BKOITN, as a candidate to represent tirpeople en, have stepped! near St. .flndmv's Bay, cook. is suspected. to the Judge of the County Court for the county to render it worthy of a continuance of their favours. master, and Jefferson schr Washington 4.
| of Leon in the supposed master.,
if county next Lcgtslatiie --- of Leon, for letters of administration; on the estate (
"_ ;.aaciJ. to l he on their way to the Seminole cotiniry JMAURIJD of the late Ked\r Vann. To those will ran a regular pack
strangers, especially iuhaUlanU of the
ets between Su Mark and N. Orleans. For
having been visited by a party of five Euchee On Wednesday, 3l1 inst., by the Kev. Lot! I i HORACE V.iN.V. South who arc desirous nf procuring a pleasant! and Swaim freight
oeal.liy r passage apply to &Co St Mark
lure authorized: and requested to announcrILUAN e warriors. These Indians have succeeded in visiting J ones,Sn muel Y.: Cooke, merchant, ofIbllahas-: I I Sept. 9, 1t33?. 56wI h residence during the summer season, ihe or to Kerr & Kirksey, Tallahassee.Loyd ,

M. RANDOLPH, Eas<< a candidate lo the Creeks unmolested, having crossed theAnalarhicola see, Fa., to Caroline S. PafK; of this city.-N. I NOTICE. city of St. Joseph offers many unparalleled! advn.ta"es Nov. 18, 1836. 15
ff5ent the people of Leon county in the next Y: Herald. ; the heat of the day is constantly tempered by I t tI
; isative! :Council- i river below the Indian Uwns. IX weeks after date, I shall apply totlie Judgeof the cool and invigorating sea breeze, and the ab GROCERIES. I

I, They state that in the Seminole country they can the County Court of Leon county, for: te tsence of any large body of fresh water entirely e X- have received from New I
OBITUARY. ters of administration on the estate of Helen DolVi.'son .!- the from local of just Orea.a
city any causes disease. Sea
authorized and requested to announce i always keep out of the way of the whites and empt invoice of Bacon, Claret ,
late ot said
Departed this life her county. bathing, tnt of
:Go r. F. ALLEY candidate at residence (Ilclendale)I, important preservative helL may Wine, Pickles which
as a
represent offer l this Whiskey, 4-0 we will sell
of Uadsden in the I as an inducement for the Creeks to join in j this county, on Wednesday: the 2'Hh: of july. after JOHN TAYLOR. here be enjoyed in its greatest comm,0- ]l low for cash.
lItefuoly next LeislativeITcare them. It is Iwo illness !\ Sept., 1837. -6w dious l bath house having been erected t
believed, however, that hostilitiesin only days Airs. IlEuOl! DAMOSON, on a bottom' G. H. T.
i.tUncil. this quarter have ceased and thai aged about 39 year,a native of London,(England I I) o fine white sand. Nor are the means of ausement -' July 29 1837. 4 E LNDBEROE i
: the Indians COTTON GINS. ,
:tl't! fur the last twenty years<< an inhabitant of the wanting; sail boats are always at hand for an _ _
authorized and requested: to announceAi.ac.ftT will all leave the country-such as do nor su CU. S. and consort of the !.tte D. Davidson, of this I' J UST received supply Jonathan RoLinson'sand excursion on the beautiful and picturesque bay I NOTICE.

r. J. DOZIER: as a candidate to relit ceed in joining tile Seminoles, will emigrate. county.' A ia, .'ll of siz: children, and a numerous Griiwold $ Pope's COTTON. GIS- ,and for where ihi little island of Inch Keith,whose gardens H. M. DAVIDSON
'* the county of Jefferson in the next L c circle friends' in New York, Virginia and Florida i- sale by HAYWARD $ AUSTIN. arc 1 striking instance taste,ingenuity, and perseverance R. SOT
ls live Council. By the Apalachicola Gazette received last eve n- are left to mourn their loss. Tte deceased was Tallahassee, Aug. iOtb, 1837. 4-6w- has afforded a scene of general atrctionto mine in my agents county.to taDc. Davidson any is also

i ipg, we learn Ihat the late gale has made: dreadful an affectionate wife, a tender parent,_a kind mistress AUMINISTRATOR'S SA LE. and"iaiLer.the drive Carriages along the may beach at combines any time be the procured, Gadsen I and pay the debts of the late firm authorized j

* ravages at that place. It a good neighbor, and a sincere IrJ :pd. (Con i- r-- HERE will be sold! onSA'fURBAY the lc-h( pleasure firm of Harrison and Wilder.
lThe 'late storm at St. Marks vs without I its commenced on Wednesday m'tnicated.) Virginia please _of inhaling the sea breezes, and gratifying the eye
nllel in the history of the place. The evening;;, about 7 o'clock and continued from papers copy. JL inst. at the residence of the late SS.. reeIIle by a succeiSioa!! strikingly beautiful scenery. WM. U..WILDER. 1

I ced about sunrise the gale dim,.ent points ur.til Friday morning. The lower COMMUMCATED.Perhaps !, the entire stock of CATTLE l belonging to said \Vith these attractions, and many others which' iould -Apalachicola._ _, 1st_August_ _, I 1837._ 52-6_ m_ .
lDen on morning of the of the esiate. Terms at sale. w be tedious to enumerate the of '
part town was completely flooded. proprietor I NOTICE.
I In'Vu. in all that
R&ODI the north east, accompanied with rain catalogue of ALEX FORMY flU AL, Mansion House offers to the public a table .
. tcr streel. where moI of the hea\' 'business isdone evils which the 2. .uppliedrth A LL persons holding claims against James
continued to increase the ) throng path of man in his Sept Adm'r of S. Peebles, dec'd. every delicacy to which the bay contributes a Pat
. during day. AtM ihc .11 terson late of Jackson
water deceased
was Irom fifteen county, arerequested '
ten to feet -
I deep. Tbeextensi'e through this vale of tears that r supply of fish, which the Green
progress one among are
the MULES FOR to them
tOWfl3s inundated and the SALE. duly authenticated
waters blocks of brick present ,
buildings along the whole} which bursts his bond*, and throws wide t the Turtle, PO'pin Flounder, Shcershea Subscriber offers for of six by ,or notice will
Btinued rising until eight o'clock at course this ae a team stockedwith the choicest prerib thi
night, o street all TIlE and
nre materially nnd
, I injured, portals of the eternal world-that one whichshould : rate .'1ULE They re YO'JnDnlwen! chimbcrs furnished with liuor be plead in bar rever. Al persons indebted
excellent beds
fen they stood at the of feet are thrown down. <$-c-
depth seven many Two the
II overBlown steamboats the be the welcomed of his soul-the broke The wagon (madeby Watson of YorkP, >.) His attention to estate are ruire to make

and from three to lour j feet deep in the> I Henry Crowell. and Edwin Forrest, both gone to harbinger L of eternal repose-is of all others and the gears may also be purchased. comfort personal of his wi he always can confidently b given assure to I the immediate payment MARY to the .

isthouses, which were from the pieces and hull sunk at Columbus wharf. Steamer BAKER JOHNSON. "ueb1 PATERON. Adm'x. -
expected, vio them that found
!I the dreaded nothing be wanting.
most and the
Jackson 29th
most Tallahassee .
appalling.O ; SEp. 1st. 1837. 4 tf county, 1m
dicks all off hull sunk oROBERT
51 of the wind and waves, to be swept from along tide B't e'harf. Death and .RMSTRONG. 5
unappeascd -
r.undallons. Several houses washed w Sclir. Orleans a perfect wreck in Florida ELECTION. N. B. .'steamboat is now eltbl bed t run regularly NOTICE
were i tyrant, how long shall: thou
i Promenade. Sloops Ploughboy and Three Pollies I| triumph over is hereby given that an election I for between this city St. Mark.o.nd arrangements hereby that application will mode
and given,
qa torn to pieces. Boats were in j fallen man Thine is circumscribeddominion NOTICE IS b t
upset for line .
total loss. no : I are making a 115
of the
Sloop Select badly damaged lies near to represent the Co. of Leonat the Superior
teHoQ Cour to
opting to pass from one house to another, Commerce street. The biick buildings (, but boundless as the universe-.1! the ensuing session .or the Legislative Council which will afford the shortest and most ploantroute county Judg territory of for authority

a the surrounding country presented the ap next to the Columbus partly erected ; }Where'er the foot of man hath trod-wber- ot the Territory Florida, will be held in the said between that place and the North. 1 to self the real esute belonging to the late

Irince of the: open sea. The' citizens mostly' and the roofs and stores arc entirely de wn, ever life or being is, there too are the traces county of Leon, on Monday, the 9th day of October MIDDLE Charles Black, lying in L county, about six
4 upper .tories of many other)> I next, at the following precincts, liz : i DISTRCl-FRANKLI SUPRt mile from Tallahassee, eight hundredacres
J!o the fort for safety: A boat of thy icy quiver Where are. the wise, the containing
containing injured Several wooden building on water: No. 1. At St. Marks, under the! superintendence I partly in cultiva
Degrees, belonging 10rm.. o. o.iu 'm-u,iu I ..-...< .... r.rr.ctf.ta.1Vatcr street, from the Co-1'; I 'mighly, the renowned of other day? Wherethe of E W Dorse)', A Crane, and L A Madden. WILLUI FORBES: 1 umpsir. Attachment fur THOMAS tiDe

vpting t. reach the fort, was driven out tl' I, lumhus l wharves down nearly to tne Florida Promenade rulgh11'c.oD'Ilierols% of ll u wnW al wb o .u 2. At.Cuthber.'s_ : Store, Shell Point, under theSll'.t 1 J. I JS202.50, issued July 15Lh, Attorney tbr.Vr .Janet Joanna BALTEL of
and swamped, and all on board perisJied.C. .- is completely' fi.led with lumber four feet nod empires and thrones crumbled and fell, and| E. Winslow.,f %. J.F..r....t-.C.C. IFaLLtr. 10SHUA GRANT WHEATOX and J f 1837.vrnmcr-rcrnr Returnable, 1837T t NoCHAB.LES I Rbc Black, infant heir of the said Charles

C. family, who were in another boat, tigh. Although e'ery,05l.lIle/ exertion was made and rose and flourished as at the fiat of Omnipotence 3. A. Blocker's X Roads, under the superintendence HE defendant in ssid ease, and all others- interested Back. deceas.Talahse, 8, 1836. 1.5w

rowly escaped by grasping the tops of some to save the property rxpescd, the loss is esimatedto ? Where are those beloved forms Joshua Byrd, Hamilton Hudson, and Tom will take notice of the institution lOf $
' Ix not Jcs than t200OCO. that lit this datkened world and seemedas Peter Clmires. said suit, and of the issuing of said writ of attach-
i their course, and 'holding on until the up 4. At Tallahassee unJer the ment, and to and
superintendence: of appear plead to the declaration weeks after ,
rn abated. As night closed in, the waters The accounts of ihe wheat and corn crops at I ihe embodied angels to worshipping man 1-- William /fiHiard.S. H. Doval. and Richard Shu cf- fled in said action, according to the statutes I: in SIX of the County aI Court apply t th Hon- .

continued rising, an! the spectacle now pi e- North and West, give good reason to anticipate that There is no deep-toned echo to answer"Where1" I cr. case made and provided. county, lode of adminirtio o le'en "
the But the throbbing heart readsandfull 5. At Smith's, Black Creek, under the superintendence CHARLES 3. Slsr.E Att'y of of Joseph Carter, teet
price of bi cad
was appalling. The swells stuffs will P1'i. decs.
lashed by soon reach: heir level of James Hart, John Smith, and Fred er.Daled.Jug.: I, 1S37. r.n }
its that 'CARTER
try of the wind, were rolling and dashingthe with other articles,which have fallen inconsequence destiny: thrilling sentence, i ick Scott. l-6w
of the difficulties "Dust thou art, and unto dust shalt tbou NINETY-FIVE DOLLARS By3.M.&ottAttorney.MARSHAL'S .
country as in the main ocean, the commercial werld. Spccu- re- 6. At Tatum's, nnlcr the superintendence of REWARD

upectmg to see his dwelling hurled from every its 'atorti at the nc'rtli1 are howeverendcavorin") keep: I turn !" And now my pen trembles ns I record John'I'atum, Samuel Sexton, and Lionel Fletcher. rv dollars reward will be paid for the apprehension SALE. I

up the price of Flour, w hich is telling in New YoikThe I the name of another victim to that relentless 7. At Stewart's ferry. under the superintendenceof and delivery of Pierson Bridgesand BY virtue and in pursuance o(a certain writ of '
sitions! and buried in the wreck. >I :: Horace C- Withers John Rows who
general Johnson ,
at S9 50. doom. Gen. Richard C. Parish is Elijah and James deserte my company at (plunes)issued oat of the Superior
rain still fell in torrents, and the darknessJ : : Willis.\ Camp Call on the 9th insc or iwenty-five : Court of the Middle District of Florida, i in and for
-- no more I seek not to his character At Parish's Store under the for the delivery of ei
pourtray superintendence of them. I will pay I the ccunty of Jefferson, returnable l to
the still November
danger more fearful. At 8 I Canal Bank of New Oilcans resumed specie : here-speak riot of his virtues to a Miles Blake, James Joyner, and Andrew Taylor. 813 for the apprehension noddehiveryof George term, 1837! in which James L Parish is plaimiff.and

p taci: P. M., the wind came: round to the! payment on the llih August. The ApalachicolaGazette cold and cat ping world Deep, deep in the 9. At Shehee's, under; the superintendence of Elis. George Bullock, and Harrison Smglerary, or John B Scott defendant, J shall on Saturday the 7th

f iI and increased violence, and the waters: I says, that the Commeicial, Bank of A pa ;. hearts of all who knew him is the of I. John l Havis, Reuben Manning and John H. SLe drafted,eithei and deserted of them; the last three having ben day of October, 1337, at the court house ih Mont
1IIenced ( and the l lachicoK at St. Joseph, has also resumed the memory ice. or serele themselvesso, cello, in said in legal sell at I.
next had reemptiQn county
: morning his virtues shrined. But uho shall console J O. At Cr martie's.un.lcr thc superintendence of they cannot be got luld W. C. SMITH r, aucticn the following hour pubi t
\ of ,
'ed to their usual level. Only wharf ( iheir notes in specie. When will\ the Cromarlie ./'Jug.26. 1837. 3 propry. Tiz !
one at the Charles Bannernnti
bereaved and John
other banks in F'orida do likewise? father, brother, and relations| : L. Captain_ Sena, Jude, Gilbert, jr Jtfariab, Cornelius 1I

Marks was kit standing. The schooner _ under this trying dispensation Who shall Vickcrs. LIST OF LETTERS remaining in the Pos I Mily, Amy and City, and their increase.
tington lies in the marsh, some llundredfmm The sooth the delirious 11. AlMognolia, under the superintendence of at Tallahassee, Flo., on the 1st day of Also, household and kitchen furniture, farming
Newspaper establishment the. Mobile Commercial throbbings of their rivenhearts Benjamin Byrd, Wm J Bailey and John Hamlin'Given
t the river. Vast September 1837, and not before advertised. If not utensils,3 horses, 1 mule,5 cows and cal rca,and
quantities of groce- : R.egir: and Patriot is ofiurcd for sale- : as they ponder upon all they once under my Land at Tullahasse, this 29th taken out within ninety days, they will sent to one four wheel rood wagon.

provisions, -c., belonging to the govern The paper is said to hive a very cxieniive circulation possessed, and all they have now forever day of A ; !*,AD O*>". the General Pot office as dead letters. b Levied on a'.the property of saM defendant

r and private individuals,:ire destroyed ami find its advertising (patronage is excellent!. The lost Forever, did I say T 1 Oh, no let not L. .' THOMPSON J eeL, c Andrews Mary Lester William Capt .sold; under said execution issued upon n a
\loss cannot be less than bad 'health of the editor --lf -- A llrino Jel T.* Ifwl Txl.nAkinson said cour for the roreloure .J'a ;
thirty thousand dol. is the reason assigned for the chilling, agonizing thought, intrude !- by to said dated 28 NOTICE. Jane William C plainlif day of Feb.
his wish to dispose of his press. Its poliici are Let them rather look forward to that day, Brown Patin Mi1e for interest aDd f
after date I apply to the Hon. William Henry 183r I deb beSde costs, ae- } 1
Van Burjn. week
: SIX hal "
Althe: I..iglltllousc, the waters rose gJ.tfcd ---- --- when all shall be joined together in one heavenly | County (If Leon county, for Baltzell Thomas 11 Moore Thos 2 cording J
----- THOMAS E
tber than has ever before been known According to the Mobile\ ) Mercantile .1J union letters ot administration upon the ctate of Wright Butts James R. 2 Morehead Mrs RANDOLPHlfar& '

e juray every house except the brick dwelling sweep; the stale of parties in Congress will s'.ind vertiser, Van, And now, Pariah, farewell Years may T. Glissn, deceased. late HENRY of baid H.county. Billingsby Billingsby J James a A McGriff McGriffEhily; WilliamS Dated Angus 17, 1837 dL ,2sMARSHAL'S '! '.

['!the keeper. Three negroes belonging to R. B-ren 123, Whig 119. Gen. Ripley, (V. Bof pass by, and the head that prompts, and the Dated Auiist 21, 1837.: WALKER Baldwin !H D2Betzcll McDonald Donald

[Hadlcy, Esq., of this place, were bncpl 0u1of Louisiana,from severe indisposition, will not attend hand that writes this: may be old and pal NOTICE. : White Mabry Elisha L virtue SALE 'I!
Branch John and in
the extra session, commenced sied, but your worth, friendship and MollY Richard BY pursuance o writ of I
[MX your ,
the and on Monday last.
buildings, drowned. The in SUBSCRIBER intending to remove from Beack J J Peter 2 ,i of Court of '
tacts, witi,:their families, compelled in taktin :I THE: MADISOKIAK' ," a-notice-of which your virtues will never be forgotten by one the Territory, offers lor sale 1 valuable Benet WilliamBranch McCraine AllenMerreet the Middle Flora. Sup county

ie: boats were driven oil': with the last w 5 givenn who knew you well, and, knowing, loved you tract of LAND, situated about six: miles fiom Tallahassee Nicholas: James of Jefferson, returabl term of said
exci en, our commenced its publication under better. J. M. S. near Lake Jackson. conlaining-O acres: Blockhnm William Nash Miles cu in whic Ooverner of the Territory

i of the one which contained Mr. Ilobicsan'family i I very favorable auspices. The times are certainly Monticello Flo.aua 15 of which are cleared and cuhn'ntioc.- Brcwster \I Orchard R D o i pJant sad John M'Dowehljr.John ,

who fastened his boat to the tops of' very propitious ( .L.S1l and a set of Blad&miibtooba..d Bullcrfield Thomas Ponder 7th day of October
utensil Mary Ihal
: high bushes and with has become larming o Sturay ,
prematurely and :
great care and supcrnnuated, is 187.81 !
con exceedingly -
ai1 W UCln8a and a cotton gin. Brittle Thos 11 Peebles StcphnS a te cur house in JVonlicello,on said I
it hailing succeeded in keeping it above wa jealous! of its rival ; so much so, 'that the This tract was prmerly o\ned by Capt. II. F Brantley JjckBradford Pennington James M gal at public auction, fe cash, the ( Ie: "

[during the night. The boat containing the II ediior refused to publish the prospectus and other PORT 01s'r.. MARK. Simmons, has: on i a valuable mill seat, and from Thos A Piiman Michael land of said d.fendant, John ADowel. owin.

July of Mr. Kennedy next adverUbcracnts for the new paper. The following --- --- its location possesses other considerable advantges. Chtires T P Porter WiIa'S 2 and west half of N E quarter ,township
was morning found Arrived, Sept 3, U S steamer Izard,Jenkins, fra For 2, 3 S and E-cast half t
C; three miles frum the extract from the first number of the Madisonian will Suwannee river. terms applj to the proprietor on the p'anta- Calhoun 1lizal.th Jocob range of N E quarter see 5.
water. in I i
the j ji
' pine (ton. THOMAS SIMSON. Duval J Rome JamesRobersonWW TIR4andE-eaatba1fofNEjaec4,.TJd
MIl i on Shell Point, where they had secured j i give a good idea of its politics. Schr Lady Washington, Jefferson, from N York August 25th, HJ: 3-tf Dorsey JohnDawseyThosA of R 4 E-E1 of N W i 84,T 1,8oR4-uid
.selves. | "But we arc told that we give"the via Key West, md'-e to sundries. Rouse James theElNEofS28TIRSSandEndthejm.provemeuta
Mr. A. Fibber "go-by
: S. '
>> Crosby and an' NOTICE.
5 ArriVd
|to the Sept U S Steamer Marion, Rysdyk thereon.
lana med *Tiehola,pushed off i n a boa l from I M principles avowed and acted on by from Suwannce river.In ALL persons owning lots within the limits of the Dors>ey ThosDdinandJoltn Ruff AndrewCecrcury orSiaic zStewurt
the lute : L.vopnnandwbesoldutbsproedyotsajd!
Irfeht house to save three lad who were drift nnd present adminutrnlion" \Vc n long bit nnd yawl, Copt G 3 Taylor and : notified to cleanse nf the the city banie vf Tull hacM before c, Saturday nrc.: Drake Edwin A ,Giles! John H'Oel, one of said defendants, satisfy ,'
are anxious that of the hereby} o* or &
I cttosca on the roof of their dwelling, which I!I whether there is the the least public should know of crew the Anclote Keys.brig Sea Horse, ashore c n one next, the 19th init.of all\ nuisances clulated i Dairs, Dennis Shine JamesIavidsonlIcten sid acin&ESTON law. j
SwetmonJohn RANDOLPH
r been dashed to pieces by the winds and j II i tion for this attempt to discredit possible the justifica-Madi Sept 4, Sailed, schr Pilot, Philips, from Suwanee description.to cause disease All, viz LOT: WCd., not, trash attended, or to by every thetime I Evans, David L 1 Snell, David A THS. By S. H. DUVAL, D., J

They succeeded: in saving the lads, but : sonian with the Republican river, U S fora e. above stipulated will be ctcan.ed by the hands; Faircloth. WilsonFeild Somalo,S'ra d3 DamiariaSherrill Aug. 19, 1837. 1.1
Wecer.Itainly for Mobile U S
part) steanr.er Izard, Jenkins. W John
J .
;_, knot return, and were carried by the lem.b I to use the critical phrase, with 6, U S steamer Marion, Rysdyk, for Tampa via and employed by the City Corpra.tion for that purpose, Ferguson, ,Tyre Judge Simpson,,Thos NOTICE
go to lots and in
fOOr hours, expecting every moment lo I i !! Gen. Jackson in his doctrines of 1828; but Suwanec river. of the charged owners refusing to pay for said: work; the even lots Fisher, Alfred A 2 Saxon,Henry 'IS hereby given, that we shaH proceed to ,

? ''agulfed. A little after dark, they caught I we do not go with the Globe in its ultraistn will b sold at public auction for the payment of the Fzr'wu Edward Tread well,William Dr public outcry,at the court home door .d
WANTED GrananTArchabalJ CaptThomas Mark S town orQunC between the hooraof 10 A.JL
'top of tome shrubs and made the boat of 1837
fast ; we certainly with &
get the late 2 P. .
and Graham Eliza Tooker, Cornelius J >day of S
WO Active, intelligent lads,to learn the Print- S. H. 8ata1tht\
It1ta feet water, and next morning were present administrations in their T COlRTNEY. Silvanns Turner, Richard B. the land of "Mc
opposition ing busineu. Apply immediately at Tallahassee, Aug. H, 1837. 2 Glascock o -
r tral hundred yards from the sea.- to a National /lnkbut;_ we do not with THIS OFFICE. Ciy Marlhal Gatlin Alfred( M Tuton, Pearson M l lying in Gale er only ka wn .the aaat half
go .
'- ** ed at the the Globe in the wnr of extermination NOTICE. Hester Wilson Tmpn. Andrew the at..e qlr of section fear, tWp o.
lighthouse be
: cannot h has NOTICE TO OVERSEERS OF ROADS. months afrer date I shall present my vouch- William 2 range weal,

I ."'fa thousand/ dollars. been wrecklessly waging against the state THE Law shall be enforced in its utmost rigor SIX and apply t the Hon. the Judge of the Hal Samuel M (Timer, Joseph 7510 ai nor aD w.ctln tooth a east aao :

1(,. fcA'elson, jr. Salee, Francois Drereux banks and the whole credit system. We all who continue to leave obstructionsin County Court Gadsdcn county, for a final settlement Heir Robt Vann,Keidar quarter of section eight, towoahip two L. ranfa MX, i

I. .W with Gen. Jackson arid Mr. Van the roads leading to and from Tallahassee. and discharge from the administration of th Holmes Henry .1 Wilson, fm 6 north and west, coataiainf the -
go Buren &
t, aimed Johnson, all from this place! on in ibe reform oftbb VIATOR, estate of Capt. John His, late of Gadsden county I ,. Herrin Amy C lVhitakr, IT 8 .aid land, o aa much thor t be in :
1 i'i1iiig excursion at Shell! Point, with three I banking uy tem recommended Seotember 9. 1837. 5-2w FloriJa. Hancock Anson rFhiwker, John I suance of a deed of trust by aid McG p.

from Gad-den whose by the former, more emphatically, JONA. ROBINSON, Administrator. Harrel Luke fThiuker, Samuel H :George W.Harrison and Ii G. Ra.mer-

I'at, learned county, names we in his message December 1835, and ad. BANK NOTICE. August 12, 1837. 1-Cm Harr'ng Mary IThiuker, Margaret,Hiss canl.traner the. a firm *,

when the waters rose around vocated by the latter in his letter to Sbel rod NOTICE is hereby given to all persons having i Jenkings James S Walker, Mnr day o Au.1834,renjariy
IttclDPted to in their boat which over in the Union Bank of Flon, NOTICE. Jones Wilson, i recorded in the clerk'a Oountj
IlraIllPf'd escape Wijliams; but we do not go with the Globein da, that writs will be issued in cvery such case, peisons indebted to the estate of Asa H Rogers Lmmn While, Abl. Court, .wi o1 pay L expeoaea Gaa
after ALL
p going: a abort distance, in i iN all' unless the demand be arranged before the late of Leon deceased ar a la
i denouncing paper circulation us return county, are re- Levy Alfred 2 Jla Jonathan ing'lhe oou {Un
Dtrro,who bat! not been. able to reach money, all interested in banks barons rag day; aud that no arrangement will be snide alter quested to make immediate payment; and) these hay Linden Anna JUua James McGugan to said pD Ra, o the
N J5e they put .a;and who saved himself and as rag sun is commenced, abort of a full settlement of the tag against said estate arc hereby notified lo Livingston C /f:>aU, William Col 7ih of Asgust 1334. fo f 177 12. payaUe a4

p uiga trtt. Mr. Roan advocating, by implication at least, an demand. Stockholders are also notified, that suits present them in proper form, within the time prescribed Linton T J Yent, AtexanJer before the 1st of Jnnary, ISJ&, wmh, U\r C G at
'I"llor" from and Mr. and exclusive metallic cuncncy. We go with will be commenced on stock notes lying; over for by law, to the undersigned they will be Lorimer J. H 2 10 per cent per annam.ilogethecw.ilji,a -

Magnolia, who were encamp the administration in sustaining a well the space of thirty days. forever barred. ED\V. P. GRANT.Adm'r 1CJ* Persona. calling for the above letters wi count amounting t abom.l thirty do U. The terms t

Itgue'e Point, were also drowned! mak mixed but do regulated JOHN PARKH1LL, Cash'r. of Asa II, Rhodes. please say advertized. I.G. SEARC Y, P. will be cash. HARR .Q. I RANEY.
I currency, we not go September 2, Id37 J.lwWJ& August 12, 1837. 1 l-2m Tallahassee, Sept. I, IS37. 4-3w duincy Atkgus I, 1837.jrptfnajnm. .


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Marshall's Worm MrP "1ilrf Etm Cotton -_
1 Syrup 1- Gins. ..NQTIC
months from date I will apply IS recommended to all parents, nurses, and others Offers for sale, on accommodatingterms Iron framed cotton tins; from: Braintrea from the Sibidribrtbott'iiriii'ii,

Sears Bryan Judge of the who hare the management of children, a ,his HOUSE and Lot, ituated on SIX expected daily at at. Marks in ma small Dark Bar Marc Poney H;
County Court ofJacks County, tobe discharged the most effectual WORM DESTROYING medicine yet Monroe Street, in the city of Tallahrts- Brie Lavina, for sale al the manufacturer's thea d tail, pace'en di> .e .j '
from the farther discovered. price.
administration of the estau of see. The Lot measures 110 feet front .W. R.BETTON. .l t the same time, two mouse cot
John Kix, deceased. This syrup besides. being a safe and active ver- by ICO feet rear. The hourc is a convenient, spaCIOUS Nov 12 183C. 14if years old; one recently bioirti! tJ.6 Ier' '

WILSON ROYAL Adm'r. '; .-it' j' ar-. 'ble and pleasant to the taste,and and comfortable residence, !independent of Any who will deliver
.. 72 :' : clP 3
April 1837. fit/ Wli ;il
37-6m t.1 TIN WAKE.
c that portion which is now occupied as Fancy Mules
to me on plantation 7 miles
'mQ Dm J7ej gm D it i .is! > Ar.JjC' no .
1 JOT1CE.-Siz:: months nfterdat.! 1 rc'-rnm4 : THE subscriber will carry on ,Tallahassee or to R. II. Berry, E.trt'a:
etII.reentmy ; .- :;: .- ;'h':1 Mid', :
AUCTIONEERAND : :m.mi 'If his lot shall
I accounts and : on. ,. ,. rs for sale unimproved on I the Tin Ware manufacturing be liberally rewarded. Any A .
vlleher :> '' '
County Curt of Leon County as t rdministrntoron 'V'" a!u .t. sui''ir: :: t ,' ect, measuring ICO feet front by 180 I business, and will at all times them will be gladly received byJOHIS. __
Commission I
4 the of Jacob Ilorgcrdec. and apply for Ittcrchnnr.QJ1ILI3 : .r'.l'.. .':' .-,, have en band a general assortment .
c&Le ,
I It TAYLftw
\UIUU.i" !H" ; :;
IDjilll; : I T iber will also dispose of his entire either wholesale March 13th
I MondayS and Satui I' at orretail 1337.
p L.r dismiswry on estate.STEPHEEW.. .1fN i., :.* : .er }h, ...)4 it j jl '
l vuh 'e most general assort reasonable be sold in DT
h' comprising
.rr. on as terms as caa
SNELL. N. VorkdcSl.JTlnrksliucofPaiFIRST 'lie 11,:et. vnll re'uw. :..:,.- .. ?! ....4-. : : i OTICE.--T.be subscribers
m i and Staple Southern market- have
25th 1S37- I i'n "-icy GOds. Grpcrries any
33 CmSIX :
Mlrc i .mild al (H-t rrot djr. I;- "t.ob.. 1 H V .; .roccry"j &c. His Stock is large! Country merchants and others are invited to I I1! Stables formerly occnpied by Peter fiSL1where

months after date I shall apply to the Hon. 4S k ;i in i.."kf -, ar.d e'' iL1 i. ->nat:!; r 'ijiuvU;, 1 'Ver i]i are \ : orted, with such goods as are well I call and satisfy themselves. horses wilt be received at Livery;;'*
I II.r ':omn I' 1". \ :, ie :I t4.! ,r., ; .i1" sient custom particularly *
( ol the County Court ot JetTtrson County I a.ltort. ._ fuly c market. WAI. FRANCIS. attended to. *
for a final discharge from the administration ol lale'1ua&( m i: ; t-, .- .." I"i; 4 d1'" ...L L F .- nlars apply to R. J. Haeklcy:: or Hugh I Tallahassee. 11, 1837. 23lf Horses hired on the shortest notice ID tilt
.- .
be de
: attention
tie estate of Benjamin Stevens, late ol said ?' 1't, !! .rf:1'ay IU1dU; r;; authorised agent. S paid that will render the pr ttq
county. "
c CHAFLCS AdmV. Rate Vessels and experienced I ;.''rJ",. ., 1 ,", ,"* !1"1 .' 1t I Wm. MANER. A CARD. blishment satisfactory to the public. .
fCLELL.\N. -.c; _
Monticello, 12th March, Si Gm.Q I be employed in this line to sail -it-vi. nf n'1.! ,- ee, Dec. 7, 'fi.; 18-tf DW ttl"1aAI1' U"QmAV'aCO.JU.ftlISIO.ftt MICHAEL LEI WIrH

ther port-a vessel will sail on the 8 h and 2-lth A.-l ,'onhi 1)itlt ") J'&11 ff MERVIIJINT Tallahassee Feb. 18 1837. t-C

moths after date I shall present my ac i every month and ofener: should patronage re. A.. .:\:r!. ,

i and vouchers as administrator on the I quire.WM. 5- For coughs colds, asthmas, spitting01 ...'i. No. 60 WATER Sr., NEW YORK. TO THE ASTHMATIC,& CUN U.\I

estate of Harris Buiney late of Leon County, and I WYLLYS PflATT, Agent N. York liver l complaints, whooping cough, and all diseases Offers his services to the merchants of Alabama,p THE: most prevalent and fd 11! of all]l '

apply for a discharge. SUION'l.fYLUR ROB'T LYON, Agent St. .Varks. of the breast' and lungs. Geoigia and Florida in th? purchase of Goods, civilized soeiety-the Coo-.

April 2i. 1837. 3S-m St. Marks, .7pril 15, 1837. 3C-ly'r. The resturativepowersofibis medicine in diseases Wares and Merchandise. In the purchasing and -may generally o. traced t* the least AI

of the Lungs have been attested by the most selecting of whole stocks of goods or in assorting disorders, a slight but neglecud cold. By '

4 NOTICE NOTICE. respectable physicians both of Europe and this them. Having had long experience in the purchasing i it appears that one hundred arid fifty tbo '

SIX months after date Me will apply to the THOSE persons who are indebted to E. B.] couniry. I possesses sedative, expectorant anionic Li of goods for Alabama Georgia and Florida WM die annually of the consumption. .lostor

I ( of tho county court of Gadsden county, by note or account, are ear- t properties, aid hence abate fevers mitigate he ilatttrb himself that any orders entrusted dreadful results may be at.riboied to

for a final duchaige from the administraiion of flesh y requested to make immediate payment to roughs, and almost instantly remit/res/ slight and to turn will be with satisfaction on the part of those and a negligent treatmenof the harrass,1. fill

the estate of Hosva Wilder, late of said county, th suhscrber before the first of September, as nil r cent colds whilst gives immediate relief to who may favor him with their business. that generally enoe-vhlcb j is usually JTJJi

deceased. lcomt remaining unpaid at that date will be put those which from neglect have assumed a wore Refer 'to Messrs. OoktbrdVhitccmb, and I difficult breathing, pun; ; in the eide JJ}

JACOB H. VLDEn. > AdminisWM. ;. into the hands: of an attorney for collection.E. dangerous character, and seldom fails to cure the 5' Baldwin & Hawkins, New York.-Wm. Alaner eerated Lung V.olent; and repeated and at a

H. ; S Jtrators: : BARN'.fRD, Jr. 4. CO. most obstinate cases. I S Tallahassee, Flo,-\Vm. G:: Porter, Apalachiccla, tacks, also bring on Consompllv Asthmatjet

I Quinty.lby2tb. 1837._,UAdndnistmto -g' July I, 18:57.:; -47 For_E. B. P<'ikins. I\ri be found superior to any other medicine, Flo.-Craig At Damn; St. Josephs, Flo.-Wm. A.IcKI'D..ie. or two dollars upended itt tht p.'symptoms.bale of F<

.4 IVoticc. S CITY f' cure uf shortncs of breath, hoarsenes: ; Irwinton Ala.: -Picstoc &. Nelros, Co- I DR. RELKE'S ASTHMATIC .
WOTICI is hcre'iy! that ST.BLES wheezing and promp-ly remedial soreness of l lumous, Ceo.Octtsher and a little attention to their! PItts
: given at the next January i
Itobinsoii's. breast and
FOI'lncr lungs. In a
whooping its 29 ( rn i ll
.181G. liMy'r
term of Gadsden : Court the undertigned I lion will usually insure r.
; county THE following rules ®ulations are adopt efforts will be speedily discovered. a mitigation of

.idmin5trator ef Thomas Wynn dec'd:, government ot the above ; lU3r hall's Tonic JUixtuvc.ii J ndhins'PatCHt Specific, i disorders, and usually effects cure. Tbc u-
will OintJDcnt.1
final report and settlement of said estate I and will b slrcllyobserve it is hoj" tahlt: For Ague and Fever. The above Ointment is otrered to arc aUo an easy and cflcctual
and six month .7& public a re/Deill
; nth <|.M.K.>-. f .al -rr'v' ? :Sale fer"
,or a discharge! letters dismis from i6".1 IClon prevent any misun L- C. \ fresh a. and certain remedy for those obstinate diseases symptoms prceding and
all oiy -uid; derstanding.The Prfpared: by Marshall, Phila. nnJ for salebv > supply of this VALUABLE >!Jl'DICIXEjllit 3ccompaD1ior! lit
court a such administrators. lire of STEWART & BARNARD received. some of which have so long bamed the skill! of Asthma and ConsumptIOn, coldl,

t JOHN WYNN, Hack: and four 815 OT next door to the Post Olhcc. P REPARED SOLELY fnm"eetaLle matte medical ciciice. difficulty of breathing, /ijjhtnew aDd It

HENRY U. BUOIPN. Hack and per,day, Jan. 28, 1837 2; Gas by JACOB I1OUCK Baltimore which 1st White SwcIIingsof every description. acress the chest, wheezing, pain in
July 1C, 1637.-:jOGmNOTICE. pair 75 be taken with) mnj iid Sore Legs and I!leers ofhing standing.3d the.
perfect safety nil & of blind! '.
Sulkey and ho sc ICou ancl's Tonic Mixture by ages in all di:t- spitting Few cases can oc
0 and AntiCostive cans; its cures are lor the Schirrusor Glandular Tumours. (particular! (
Single horsa Pills. following diseases :- I any of this cla s of diiordcr?, in which
those hardened in the
1 AT the next April term of the County,' Court Horse'!'o do 70 per week,, IN consequence (.f the numerous attempts to mation Dyspepsia of the Loss Stomach of Appetite Heart Indigestion Infi \m- oftentimes terminate in ulcerated eanccrs breast.mwbicl Ii chase of Dr. Relfe's Pills will not find a'JQ
at Bum Diarrho-a
Lh'er 2 mouth palm Smriom, imitations of Dysentery I- for their
JacKt-on I per | Row.ind's return
county, shaH present"the accounts do ; valua I. or Flux, Tiles! Fistul.t.Obbtrueted Mcnsura i 4th Fotans. gr what some people know by the trifling expenditure
F and vouchers of Ihe administrators of tlie ij per day Medicines on the public-ho has determinrd to tion L : Catarrhs of Price-whole boxes 30
Single feed confide the sales Ague nnd Fever Bill ous or Remittent Fever name u every description.Oth pills, $1; half! .
tj eSlate.rVl.. HOLLAND dec'd for settlement, All i horses hired must be paid for in tJ of the exclusively to agents in diflcrrr.t: Typhus Fever Scarlet Fever, Small Pox, Erysipe: Rheumatic: Faind of thejomU. 12 pills, 50 cents.
Ild leterb dismission from said estate avance.un. parts country, from whom alont the genuine las l St. I kit and Bruisus of For sale!
the or STEWART
THOMAS person has an account with articles can be had, nnd to Anthony's Fire Asthma, Pleurisy, 'le:I every description or by &. BARN1RD.
ORMAN> guard tie mlilre efibctu- iCS Yellow i inVI.ate'cr situate.
No horse Dec.
delivered Fever U pall
without Costiveness ind the 17,1536.
I an order from the ally against the impositions of on Stomach -
of the -
Administrators. un \utllOriscd'CnJ.I.
owner or to his known servant. he or bowels Cholera! Mori!, Till Tetters of.11 kinds. In tliU complaint the -

Marianna, June 2Cihj IK':>'7. .li-G0 Si in the stable is entirely foibid-The eii.king York ns; Philadelphia has instructed, and his Baltimore agents in Boston, Nci 5. I Influenza, Colds, Coughs Consumptiun'l; ''mament, ir. applying the 'Jiiitmnent 'must keep the DR. HUNTER -

NOTICE. establishment will be closed at 10 o'clock. Persons sales to ,nerc'iaasandofmers to make no: chest, Palsy, Gout I R Rheumatism I InSaraatory sore: | 'par: out of water.6th TO WhOM IT MAY
enteJ&L t ing will please close the of any of th: Medicines throat. Croup, Inflammation of the heart Chilblain, or parts afTcctcd by fro.-t. CONCER
to ,
indebted to the est.vcof bccarriedSos'1/tJ.rsac Drop-y| : the
persons Richard I again. Large use of Dr. JIuoter's iDeatima
quantities i Rickets, Disc-iscs of the Liver Jaundice TU 1 hhi: PUBLIC. B "I
I tlfOrll. are requested to make immcdia'e March 4 1837. PROPRIETOR. )ta pernicious article in imitation of the genuine of making Urine Difiirultj I 1 '1 !he ona of either sex, if they careful
Mixture have Gleet Hysterics, Nervous nnd following communication, addressed to the !
1 ?e been
piyment having claims against said :OCUl'AH manufactured bv Lucius the valuable
S Con plan and
Scrofulous! aiTrclwns very copiousaccon Dime
of thelIemhcrs i of Judkin'd Ointment from
will be : stock & Co. and lg: irncnts, 1 proprietor ihj lion.
estate authenticated and of New York stii't
within P. and .
presented to the South panyinz them. enabled
1J' are
EHSHI far Mercurial and Venereal II jolm Taltaferro member of effectually.
diseases / Congress
the time presciibed by !aw be. subscribers ital:. The name of/lowland Ulcers hores Af highly in-
w or forever instead dicate
lhl'wi mIE \ diy entered into of Rowand i is lections a DISEASE and 5
i of the sl The
all diseases Uru-ting. in to
m, t n rio i from gratuitous manner which n 1 is
barred. II"
I J copartnership! under the firm'of Taft Holt on the bottles of the imitation. The genuine a'rti- lost! health! with case, safety and
:IZLElt 1111-/
JuneS_ 153;. ; cle miy: be had of the j pure Wood &c. Price per bottle Si. / mail', exhibits tcchngs of no ordinary character certainly. UjU
following d-tya.
__ persons, wnoarc. This medicine has towards i
a powcil'ul tllect suturing hu.u.uiny and u : ell
as a ; certainly \
S- inc only in this Spring I !
EXECUTOR'S S. TAFT part of Florida O"The extensive sale and
NOTICE.ALL Georgia. and .
Fall unexampled
E. ; Purifier in those wl;"se constitutions I ms- r% in-r of I'ubiio attention. jj
Bal require
who GEOUGHG.HOLT n.ml jr. &co. General A O' 'l t, T.Ih.tci: n( this Mpiiifinp. ill this nnd other citl. ....
hive nourishment and \ I .
persons demands \ Jan. _
i any against t William Kerr new vir ; surh persons A"IItIITO, 23, 1S2D. ------ ,
I, estato of William Patterson] laic of St. 1 GEOKGE MILLER. James C. Ecclcs& Co., Thomis\ilk-, would be mu<*h benefiued by using two or three Sir-It h .s been r.iy wish torn Cor.iiils.r.iblc time' cipalto\V throughout t the Un.lon, for the lixfifo j
Jackson County, deceased, are hereby irquested' : MOI1s, 18H7. 5.1, Swaiin Lloyd &, Quincy C: bottles, which may be taken \\Ithnlit rC .II-d lo drink f> communicate to you the good effLct with which Ii year*-during which it was sausfactoriiyprepa .
to present without delay to tile : IJr diet. 'h. used the ointment Dr. Cotnway incoates'ibly. prove tlidt;
I tem sub"cnler. qzqmTkI Thomas Atcxa ntlr, Many persons are diseased for the want .tvc invented by Jlr. Judkms, wilt
W; l'ATTElSON. I.ALFRED I. ; undersigned : Darius \Vilhams & Cu.Hikstown uf blood being purified. Thousand jitraons arc ami wiiit.li I now understand is mad and sold by with the INJECTION l'OWDEIl8it 51

: \VOtDW ) J tors. 1 planter' of Leon and ftclj.i-.ent pccifully infor that s the J. 1 1). Carpenter, Mmilicilln destroying their constitutions by neglecting to tI p- fluents appointed by you.-sclf.! I liave tpi.etlllc! : thoroagli and speedy cure of that dre3lif1it ima *

t1 June 3, 1837. 13-ifNOTICE. made and appointed DAVID C. (FKiLsoN ountict.hi he has The label of I E. Barnard Micbasooky.! ply a proper remedy ; t<> such tic Paiipcca \\ it be !ointment ilirng' th s Uil t.iree years t

jr. Co. will
k4 to: ,ell E. W. IMt's patent CULTIVA attorney the bottles sold by the above f bo on all Mure t than doubly valuable as a certain and cflcctunl : of tumor and wo.!:!, \ il: uiu failure! to pro- Tne PILLS are accompanied, when tht,

-ru ns. He rrspcc/fully invites Colon the TalLhasscJuly7th 1F ngenls. means of ititoiing; them to perfect hfalib anti! d'tce a cure in cvtry i.istnnce. I consider! it this! require it, with the INJECTION POWDEfl

' ;q SIX WEEKS from date I will apply to the I and exam'lie: for themselves.: Planters: to call > }7.__ -__ _. tf--- vr; or ; few families, arc exempt from Scoibutic 1I1".l t'.ecuicd! and efficient rcracdy in all esses of and CERATE : thee constitute a most ptwdi

I J of Jsck>ou County}' Court for letiersoladministration C. F. f;i-o c fries Just Receives AtFcctions which exhibit various sy.nptoms a<. Llruptions .- tumor be the cause \ h it i:. may, and I have fount medicine, cppIic bJe tl) the various starts tffcj

T ef the goods and chattels of Mark Tallahassee, nee 2C, IS3G. CLADAUCff. BY the Brigllo-.vcll I we IMVC jusi rrrrivrd a UlctrationP, Debility; Loss of Appetite; aid iKithm.! .; s-> good fur wuuMlsof amy dcacnption. It Protean dit lll-. Ful!and plain direction.i,ql
I1 Smith; late of 3aid county deceased.GUEliN .- anti choice assortment of GRCERlE'Jfwhich I Digestion all arising from impure bo! <,d. and il may Ic proper; to add, that the cure of ti!.o tumor popular treatise explaining the various sjmte

PA 1'TERSON. Jailor's JVoticp. wu ifr.-r for sale on grad terms,-viz : n<>i properly ..iltciidt to, are sure to produce the called the \.imite s A tiling; ,given oicr by the most and the mode of treatment accompany cia"
July lGh: 18.17. Gw COMMITTED to time OJ 1.111 Btltimorc greatest injury t.) the constitution. so that of either
9 5 county Jail of Jcflcr- Whiskey l\uia--ea is re- dti'.inguishe'l physicians incur.llJlean', which persons sex may cure ths

.' NOTICE. son county on the JSthinst.twolugutiveslaves!: ;0" N E llu-n conimcndcd in all scs-ons of the! YCdr. and l in pariicilar they hare decided! would, without amputation, I (Price of the Pills $1 a box ; the Inje""

viz, : a who 25 C-'iiiitryGin as a iTevoiil-itive from till diseases in fital der and Cerate 50 cents each.
negro man says his name: i is BOB warm clinntesand prove to thc patient was under my imir.eJi.ite ) "Pl1"
; tfcjLX months ale dale,and I shall present my ncf and says lie l> to George T. Ward ol l 51)) Champ.C and '
i coBtits to the lion ,
. 'l. County Courl of Leon for npply iialeu.lcnun I Leen county; also a: man who snvshis 10 Ctuks M.ilnga Wine lent by taking the 1'an.icco three lJr ttr times a and the patient is in fine health ; his limb afTecteib .f the late Dr. W. T. Cesway by his i1 a
county u negro 2U;) bbis! Old ;[< ahch week.or three or I'jur table! Successor and the Solo
and discharge from the administration of the name i ii WESLEY, and that lie non /Tiiiskfy spi.-onful's when :ni.:; tie! tumor being restored to a perfect suite ofsounduis. Proprietor, T. .0,|
cf Wm. Kinnaird late of said estate George Brown blongi to Madeira, 1'oit. Sherry Wines. lobcd and the person may f.Ir no apprehension! ol Also, that the leg of an aged man that DER, of '\ horn they may be had at his Cw '

trf It county. The I I1.1y3d [ Surapfer ceunty, Mississippi. OM irish Whiskey, wurranicJ gnuinc. bcms: attacked with the Cholera Yellow Fever, or bad been wounded, and exhibited one dreadfully Room. in Chambers oyer No. 90, next doori]
YOUNG Administrator. owncts
GEOrGE are requested to prove property, 25 I.IICIohs!
IS7-t -GI_ pay charges and take them avvnv.S 50 Baltimore superfine Flour storntire of the system thereby: invigorating: the which fur mire than two years, had len considered novsr Street near Concert JIaJ// IJoslon, u

NOTICE S \ BA/f/ZINGTON, Jailer. 15000 His Baltimore cured Middlingi niij I1'lns. 'constitlltiun,and enabling it to ..'. r the d'.bililaling iucurab'r, .\: c:17.ctu.\lIy cured by the application by hN appointment, (together with all tliow j.6 k

i I HEREBY GIVEN that at the Jan. 21, 1337. Si 6mT'eutri too boxes Unisons. i-slects: of all climates: ; it is c.ivcyctl by tv! circulating : Judkin't Ointment. 1 mention these toc j I valuable: Medicinus' as. prepared by tb, I.v .a

f 13 term of Gadsden County IcIhnuay the undersigned iiO" .. p.n.1HU .. ... .,Jh ...fluids.- -.l.l.-ll/inJ corrects their tcinlfiicv t-t, .il'!__t-..o___._c .ics., ivl.irli .11! un.Ior l ''/ ;'"-iicMfaic i.uuce nnumanagement ""**""'* STEWART j
Cour '" i.uItcyard.. ) HI. I f'af =, < ora-III.U< .n-- vi'u..1- II.. .."... .1 r Iivcr I t 4-BARNARD No.(l
no. evidence
I "'''''';11 ns a iieruicii 0; Lhe cffic.tey
the Eiecuior of Fields Wynn, who was |i)0 kegs water Crakrrs l depraved
the I appetite
; ,JJTRAYED Livery Stable, Tallahas- predisposition to nfi c- of this remedy in cases of tumors and ulcer J DECCSUI.
executor Benjamin B. Babb will make final report sec large bright 30 boxes nnd kegs Tobacco, assorted ions of the lungs. Tallahassee June 2?
quality. 1835.
.. : Bay lRSE.I lean in flesh, h have experienced as decidedly the good effect of 3"ti I
and settlement of said estate, and six months has, two white bind feet and star in his forcicad. 40 bags I aquira ant Iio Coffee It resembles, in j>oint of taste and fi.t\'our. a rich this remedy in the cure of and of
from the date hereof will apply for a discharge and h Said liorso went awny about two months 50 kegs White L'ad200C <">rJial rather than a medicine. Every person afier s sprcie of Iieti wound. It seems to me that every To those afflicted with Corn "

letters dismissory from said cuurt as such executor ago. $25 will bcgivn on his delivery hiMFp.uii..h S-gnrs taking mercury in any sh iuIJ have > .. any
Captain way rc.cre; one w !! will observe oil the operation of this hni- celebrated Albion Corn Platter aWl
of said Babl. JOHN Jf'YNN. 1 irown's Hotel. by H'm. 5 hhds .S'n.Tr,, to one or two bmtles of this medicine. TilE
CiUTlON.sllahasoe ln the dom! tnciu, nml be satistkd: as tl) its beneficial effi.ct. relief. and at the same time dii-wJfui
i July 16, 50-Cm T March 2th. 1837 50 bags Buck Shot r.Iii.c; cf!hfj. or when the : has been
system impairedy I can with th'i utmost confluence rtcom.ncnd the the Corn out by the ro&ts. without Uukpain.
At IN-TUE COUNTY COURT OF JACKSON James Johnson 30 kegs D'iponts and Coorhs' Powder excess, it nourisJics! strengthens' and sup lltlJrt[ : use of this valuable remedy.I )

COUNT Di'gc, 40 boxes Sperm Candles It :-it is nut presuming too fir to add, that! it actu- am sir, CERTIFICATE." To tho.e
J DRAPliflt ANI 50 tcry respectfully, afflicted with r-
I ALL persons interested will take notice that TAILOR, 10 Tierces S"kt.lllerriu.s.(Ilicc illy prolongs life. JOHN TALll\FERr.O. to their feet I daeeriifythat I have ussdlJia t

11 rieUaLangstonwidow of Scth) Langfton T.JLL.1JUSSEE, FL.i: This I'aaoceIDs been introilucctl to tho pub::.- To ?.lr. Charles lemons, proprietor of Ju ki.'s Corn Plaster, with complete sucre- Before fti

1I dec. will apply at the ensuing tem of yaid court inOctober ((Ntxt doz.
for allotment of Dower in the just received from Nw York bottles Porter and Cidr. its fivour for its efficacy, in iushort! a time troubled
r next, following HAS a superior lot pice best tian l'I L EcC.J: I me for many years. I make this ptf
4 Tract of Land situate in said of Broadcloths, s C'ltton Baggiisr.! any other medicine ever dis<-.'crrd.nnd its Before B. fur the
county to Caslmcr and 100 Cols:: I name at leaving >orsboro, 1 had heard much of I benefit of those afflicted with that p&
wiThe South East quarter of section Four, Ve ings, among which nrcall the most fJshionblt 5 Kopc h'Jillar.d nrfl.1J111, indtire tuiiidic '5, ayp, thousand !, an arrckn whicn yot: .IPi' :lr before the public as ,I omplaint. !

Jr in Township Fire, North of Range Eleven West Iors and patterns that have appeared in the New 10 cacs barrels No.India 1 Shad Preserves *. to apply iVr It, to ivap the true \irtuc I 1 propnt! t-T, nan %d IJ.'rstons Jiu.'kina: 1*. Specificwintnvjut Flushing. L. I. Feb. 2S." WJI. SlIt,w.i .

.n11 Petition now filed in the Clerk'Oflire. Vork marketalso an citensiveas-sortmcntof Ready Lead Corn ;!iercof.Notwithstanding: I m.1d'y C. IIerst"'it.s near Frederick PRIC J:.50 l cents a box.

J.L.W000WAIU), Made C'lahingof every dcsclltln. \vhi--h he ran s Brooms. Ch'-col.ttc! I''p'r.! AIIpicc at'Cnv.ts! : m.iy be ma-lo tit impair j I Maryland, and f>f iti descried ilicacy in cures onpufcons O" None arc genuine unless! sinedoa .am

I July 1C, 1837.-WMt Countel for Pctitionrr. warrant to b as neatly of as fine clothe Tamarinds Putty Demijohns, Prx-scrvfil Gmgrr: Cur.rar.ts ; the coiiid.:' of the !public, in ihc! elMi-acy andura'ilc I. [ v. ith W/OH I am well ic1".l ntcli.' Since !iid( printed wrapper.by the o'e! .
Doorlnu. English I proprietor ft*'?
is any evcr the scuthern Walnuts, po er of ihs mf.-di.-in, it wjI! icsiJence i'i B.iltii.iorc! I[>EK, .
oferedn country. .'J fen go on to I my it 1 has performed 1\ J immediate accp MIDDLE DISTRICT.-' FHANlvMN SLT'R. suits of)'. also youths chinchilla: *,and Cinnamon Turpentine, Imperial, (iunpowilcr and i-omjuer disease, rclir-vc time tiKl.-cted ant l earn for( K-: cure on a friend; of iiiincnftl'Ctcd! with the Piles.- | -05: WAT.-For sale at his Countin Ioom
ia COURT. I.th rr.cns hats, cloth nnd fur flysonTeas,-Scotch .S'nulTin bottles, Caster Oil, elf tIme goo1 "pllllolluf ihousiiuls I [ YJ ,oer
cape, caps of various an tens of thou living my 1il'lfloccn a iijlFtrer for s-onic years with t Court street near Concert Hall .
cv Hiram wVonr., on each name now unliesit.itingly by spechlappointment.
q 4 Copal Varnish, S'alinuii <-.-. &1". For npr'icil by ( Is.L
Brooks trading which mc low wliieht attacks
.ltrcQAtb. among arc a variety "f and by das'nrdly cannot reach that such is t-intnient i in
I plain rnflled ; [ your my own case and STEWART
am -
'W1 .dtrllie names, style and firm .'31acknin1jor SI I linen, plain ai-d: embroidencd bosoms, collars, stocks G. H. k r. i;. LI\DI mERGEt.! the f/\Ct. the ivinilxirf letvms in Piissesslon! must tJ that I can say it made a perfect cure. gra.liied !
s1 tfjfourse 4DrxLs > 52S 33, iisuetl .'/. fine TaIlahas "t".Ort.( 29, IS-'tG 1 :: I J--tf a troGlIT.
merino flinncl the inrr dujinis
saml'I\ers. cantonIannel, And -- -- -- ---- ---- -- -- fully satisfy nvt ; and were it ne- J. A. DENTS; Tallahassee.: Feb. 03 1 122d,. 20 tf
vs- I Iri S5fA, 1337. cotton "llrts nnt drawers, lien, silk, buckskin' .J.\2\1 ES: II. COOK cessiry there could be IIhtlIncd numerous testimonials Counting morn, Lombard t st.

W m.I.1arp"., Iesier Thorr.tT _--- and fur Io"c collars do. white and coloicd No. 100 ItitOADWAT rs'iw Y'oiiK uiiJcr! the sanctity of ftc oaths; : of those who, A few weeks ngi> a case t/f woman's sors breast REMEDY: FOR RHLTJ3IATfS3I,

'0 irils0trfl.inK. silk: and linen 1ians1kcrcImmes.Also aftrr suiTcring the m',st arntc and long cx'i!c under the breast
.. protracted my notice, greatly inllamcd, excruciating pain-(be dec pitQde! a
I Sft. at Harper. Th1rlon. I 0 lot at.negro clothing, :I of which he 'il JJctwcen Pine antl: Broad Street, illness, hive hern entirely restored to liralth, but it the nipple scarcely to be seen-her appearance THE anH thfr premature old age, irUiffa
j jTHE
pi 4 i1t"t"' in said suit and all sell: l as low according to the quality of thc goods al I OFFERS for title a full an.l complete assortment ol r does not cnt-r into the c.mpi e'leiibion of m lilY,how clearly :['okc the grext nr.sery she was in ; she arc the usual attendants of the disorder are!
Defendlnt others can be bought in the Territo.. Cabmer l-'nrniturr of it is possible; fur botanic medicine to efiejt told she had by from
;fl terestfd will take notice of the ) consuting Sideboards with siKh me been suiK-ring three months with many despair of a care, or d'uappointa*
institution Nov. IDtli 1930.STUIXJ ;. ltf marble tops, do plain Dressing Bureaux wonders in the heciling art, as it, mid carried in the
1I thereof and of the issuing said attachment this ; with marijje experience has was t'> her bed ; she then had flaxseed elnorcy of the nnmeroa.i pretended auti118

t4 diy returnable to the May (special) term of said & SUMMER GOODS. / and plain top, Centre Tables Iwlh Mj- arc anSI l proved then competent t-> pCI forum, but such arc the pniltice! to it; other things had bcca tric'I to etlcctftjs purpose. Bat those who have
round, with Alarble Pier tables! do.! f.icts: tint they cannot be denied. advised Juiikins fair trial of
lops tmeit it
oi had
: said defendants V im Subscriber has Dining > knowing been
: ( being ) nnd just received from
non-reEidtnl New
,'1 Cour they appear and plead to the declaration filed York assortment of tlblesII sells and single' BreakfrAl tallies of all: The abmc medicine can bs obtained of G. H. & tha :Cul Man. T. I.
tJ Thibet Merino' Boml.aznes. sizes Bureaus do. Sofas 01 all q in nidcase, according; to the statutes in such case tu Cloths an.1 I ; longstanding nod of:be _
I made and provided. Dahlia Ca hmcnctts and Summer Cloths of a variety prices, l\Idhll! Chairs allY Chairs from $5 to $.>;U cad; p hassee Florida, with proper[ directions for using it. hours all pain was gone*; it broke and commenced vert character, hare received certain edit
Rocking of '.
GEORGE hAWKINS, of colours, for dress and Frock: Coats. Ztbra every debcrip ion, Wardiobeof -i discharging eoiollsly."nJ so continued some F many ha?. been cured in a few days, some Iiiit.]".
April 29, 18J7. 41-tf Atty. for Plaid and White Cambric London all qumditieiiaitd sizes, Secretaries nndB'x.kcaies Pfrnj'Yo\-n!>h'p, Mi Jin .ounlj P. May 3, 19:17.: days ; the relief from extreme pain to perfect ease hours! as a nan ber of persons in Boston aid *

Plf Satin faced, Striped and Drl. ribbe'. do. Ladies Work Tables: with Mnrblc! and wooiiever ]i JACOB HOICK Sir, I feel myself constrained S'tIR. excited the woman's nsionUhmmt : a ItdI'S reduced ty, who were formerly adiicled with B.hean,

I MIDDLE D FRANKLIN SUP. COURT.JOU.P. too n!, White Lawn Linen Satin faced welting &c: tops, Mahogany llih post and French Be\dsteJ.ds, had to inform you of the eit'ecis that your Panacea I her breast to its usual state, and in eght dnys have very fully test fled. Certificates areiattesenior
brllic do.
for Pant, a great variety of Linen Looking (GIa.ss, n lull assortment ot; on me. In the year hUG, during the months the cure was nplcte. C. HEltSTO'S of the Proprietor, the mouth

'a.'RIT ( .Qisampsit .Illachment for Shirts, Collars and Bosoim. A Vesling. lhir 1\1lttrltsss and Feather ea.ls1 trgethu with!: of January, February, March and April I was em.ploYI'fin Frederick county April 3, 1S25.] and surprising cures tj means proving of this rii

I iHUAGAXTanu tlM daRJt. Returnable 10 of) Hosieryc.$ Also' an extensive assortment aaortmen ) article necessary to furnil, a h:> :c. Terms thrashing with a thrashi.lg machine,and] EEWAP.t OF IMTOSITIOX.Messrs MilENT. in cases wbee power .
| I.
$ CMAI: WiitTOM. JTHE 18S7. Ready Made Clothing, o liuera.1.JiLrch( 2jt iS37. 33-3m) caught Inn .. cold I and :he dust seemed to settle: on my L ft It T LownJcs, merchants, Cumberland F lions had utterly failed.DUiMFUIE'S. tJ.erapprond
.9mon" which ----- ; suffered: much pain, and could! no longerattcn(110 Gentlemen As Mr Il.rstous for
S defendants and all others interested will are upwards of two hundred Born. KEADf-MADE; agent the site -
< notice of ihe inllitutior of kaid suit, and >zinc: Thibet, Merno. Crape Camblet, Whit' CI.O rilING.JWE breast my business;_the pan was "located in my of I William; Judkir.'s patent specific ointment, I EYE WATER!

of the issuing of e id writofaltachmen| this day; and Brown Drs,and Froe. Coats, Round. have received a supply of clothing, con- liicted l. particularly on the kit side. I was also af would in form you that last summer I was afflicted For sore or inflamed Eyes gives immediate_

I end t ppr&r and plead tn the decarlio filed in ab out; Pants and vests of every description made uining which an"ill assortment of both! oarse and fine, of various with night.sweats and fevr, I sought 'ihe aid L with a sore leg-the fame of J ud in's Ointment in. relief. On recent sore eyes. the effect is _

said eas, according to the IlatuL .; case made. in the most fashionable manner, which he i is disposed we sell at a small advincc on cost. Physicians this region, but ail to no duced me to get a jug of it-but it happened not to uU ry.--Where the complaint has been
G II 4T E LINDEN EItGIR purpose; then traveled to Lar.cas.lcr: be 's' elMC
and i of
end provided. to sell very reasonable fur cash or approved: December also to Chester counly, Air. licr tul make. I used it acowiding to standing and in some exceeding bad .
13 W and
20 co. Ip
DatedJunel7tJ, 1837. credit J 1 mHa ;:. th Ti hut H. rivpA rwnpfitfinnllt employed several Doctors. the printed directions, but my leg kept getting nnexpecte I and desirable relief has been (a.
110 I fcml
I S. SIBLEY of Country merchants and others .r" .
) Alt'y PJtlT. ------- worse.'Ir
wishing '
to purchase -store, Provision nlld couruc to the use of this eye water. alter every other re**
wi find it to their interest to call at thabove CrTIIE have uni'cd Ororory.subsrribers I purchased your Panacea,aud used one bottle, which: Hers tons traveling the w.st stopped at had\ f\\\fl\\ \ \f-inx ru>rsnn< who JiaTfl used 'it, Fnoonce .
1IDDLE FRANKLIN SUP. themselves at Lewistown i'a.
DST : COURT.CHAM.ES hment.Talahassee un- hut scented at house --
tlbli der the firm of PEACHY & first not to do for ny during the lime, on looking at the oint* it the best preparation for these coniH*
,]) MANER for the me any good, I became weaker
April 9 1837. ment I had he mimi
I i Jtsnanpsil. Attachment 3St! purpose of establishing! in the town ofSI. 1arks a and was obliged to keep my bed. My friends his make and, e 118tely pronounced it not of they! have ever met with especially in cases of*

JOIHUA GEAKT and} a.1llQg 1l1 ndvised me to of it furnished me with one which was.- ness or inflammation of long standing. Pri*
820 damage Returnable to Let work ig QW S1QNl use no mme but I revived to On
CKAS. WatATON. J 1837.THE my rernmmPd me. S'l'OKE. Their buildirgs being large and corniliey give it a fair trial, and sent for another bottle this opening) nnd spelling: : it, I was sensible of the cents a bottle. .
J.Dtrtr'ttn. ditljrence
Subscriber I. ; ntho'! it looked like i.. I then unless MIT
defendants will THE .ft likewise propose atteuding to the afforded relief, and soon strengthened and improv applied the: None are genuine signed on the<

I notice of the institution inteeste andf Store near and Forwarding of Goods and Cotton ed! me as much as the first had weaked inc. I sent oinmcnr.'hirh in he ga>e me, to my leg ; it became I prated wrapper by the sole propiietor, T.W
writ 8oitluir services to the putlic as ;f : for a third bo'lie a state of amendment on using the fist plaster DEn immediate successor to tho lata Dr. Vi.Itr.
of the issuing of Slid of altchmnt day they pledge themselves to pay such at- and am now restored enjoying and ,I ,
4 ; and is prepared to do Fat I end to appear and jrfcad to declaration filed in IJ" them to a liberal share of have done for the last ten Conway. i
r the said caef, according to the statute in such case li[e aso; wIl work on Care i from the Merchants and Planters of the years-I am a ain enabled to follow! the plough This ointment i is
f made and provided. work necessary to If
CHARLES 8.SIBLEY, AtL'y of P1tff. wibhes his diligence it -r0.i.oleasing ., '. I'i. ,'. ids will be sold low for cash produce. your panacea maybe taken without any injury a counterfeit article, bearing the nune nrvi being his social PP-
t customers, to secure to him < : 1 'ill and! is useful not genuine. WM K NEWMAN STVART & BARNARD,
nate Juno 17th, 1837.-4C-tf alibtlshnre 1 endeavor: to keep on hand a constant a medicine. Yours, re-pectfully,
o patronage. nE I supply ot! choice and superior qualitifs of Groceries DAVID ESHEL\1AN. I Cumberland. May 24, 1S31. Drug*

JUIDDLB DIST.-FRANKLIN 8UP. COURT. _-BalevV-- Mills, Jefferson county. June. 4:: and Provisions of everv icrintion. Country I Fran Rer Kern', WavgI \. Tallahassee, March 13. 1* (r\G.3

;' JAMES O. McAVLE ) Inassumpsit-iurnmons Merchants and Planters w-illlilltl The following remarks have known Mr C Hcrstcns be tIn '
NOTICE.The it to their interest by the editor of the Stark to propnc THE
l'I! T ,I for 81000damages- to call. Their store is now open. County Canton OMo Democrat arc extracted tor Judkiu's Ointment t for several years during DUMFRIES REMEDY FOR

I 'r JAMU Y. SMITH. J UIE| lachment (or S55C 05, lves in Sub.crihtn having associated the: JOHN BL.\ lit PEACHY. from that paper of April 1, IS)7. my re iJsnce in l\1.trybn.l.l\nd the oint.ncnt made The propriator begs leave to lecommeod I IS. ..
H. EWING 4. FREDERICK > acd May 20 seJI Mercantile business under the firm him he does with the fullest confidence) one of th
1 IS37. ocRaeiiy WM. MANER. HOUCK'S( PAsAcn.-Wc invite the attention by to have been in mush! repute. It luxs been

)I IT.BECEWiTHowBer8of I Returnable to Novem- : & Haivcs, beg leave to inform their St. Marks, Jan. ICth, IS3C;, ii.;-tt. the ci izens of Canton and the public: of frrqucntiy used in my own family, while living In valnablc! remedies known for this I tIOUble50t_ cii, 'I

., teamer Free Trader.) J ber Term, 1837.THE fri'ends i and tha public pnerlly. that they are to the advertisement in another column of srenerally ihis Maryland and during my residence in tillS city, painful complaint. Without going lOtO< **

t defendants in said suit, nnd al others in ncth() opening the f'rmerly occupied bvic I I.\\ FOI6 SALE per under the above he,id. We have used the pa ,vitli success. deems it enough to saj. he has in k* t pa

't terete.wi take notice of institution late Robert S. Miller, west side of TIlE! Subscriber is authorized Sill three va- ourselves ana can safely recommend it article B JFAUGII.Methodist the most undoubted testimonials ih1* ill)

r issuing of said atabmtnt. returnable lonroe Street and opposite Washington Squarei and Tracts of Land situated within 5. 12, public: as on invaluable remedy for most of to the Rook Room, Mulberry st. completely answered the purpose for*Iucn
25 the
i f lonl November Term said court; j I the City of Tallahassee, a about IDiO miles from Tallahassee. The first contains diseases with which mankind arc aJ1lic cJ. IIav- New York May 20th, IS13.: tended, than any other popular medicine
i and that they appear and plead to the declaration general assort Acres, 150 cleared The second 520 jag for To This remedy is perfectly innocent m itJ
m mF of Dry Goods a number of been prevent imposition, C Hcrstons name, in j
Hardware years
Acres subject to tho
60 cleared. Is-
F '4 filed ia the said case, according to the statute in miwl Groceries, And the third 880 Acres, nb.>ut cuntrs or NIGHTMARE his ovn hand wiil the ion to all conditions, agesand se es.
:J! such c.made and provided.CHARLE&S. i hicli they oflcr for sale on accomdatin" terms. 200 cleared. These lands nrc equal to any in JV/id- Panacea was to an alarming e.tlcnl. the Letters, writing, appear on r.nvclopc.: lion description of the complaint, &0. *x5? ,
recommended to Dr. post paid directed to hlO1. in Frederick
SIBLEY ) 1). MctANY.; die Florida, and will be cold on terms advantageous himself, and we us by llouck City Md. will be attended each packet, which consists of two boxes, Om
t J. D. Wl STOrr, Jr.Pith'{S AltV SA11. IIAWES. to the purchaser. 'entirely relieved frpm happy that distressing'o say wo aUlieiion.have been For Sale wholesale and retail to. by and Elsctnary. Price, $1 for the wbOlicont3 *

D*l.d May '9th ,1S3' wee 9.tf Tallahassee March I3th 1 I.W. we have no hesitation in BARNARD, Druggists jJA ID.1 -
32 For Sale
, ''I saving that we believe it is unsurpassed. Tallahassee Scp 17tl c133G C-eow-ly'r. hy STEWART


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