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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 16, 1837
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
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<'f'"' Ustrted .t One Dollar per; and the dastardly l Karl fled, without daring
: t..n'-to but" or ksa, for lb* fi"* Inser' to fcive utterance to the
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.urife with the number of ., .
lDentS J4,Ot.%wjU be continued until I '4 .' *, .- .Trampling unUer _foot the easily J jew4.

Trqture forbd.1 ; 1 : : which lay strewed around, .

"tbe for.Ediwr *be'business JMILLI connected \riih Oil! g l 0. QttlBWICTVJo U aUa Q.. ;: gwpum\um1l4t 1 iu cy ,.a Qe ed toward and embraced her father exclaiming

a_ must put I is Dot this a dream! Are you indeed.re.

NKL1iSU COURT.n [ Taflakae =k.ey Clab.Bace Ulat SQJt8 )})(. 1S ly lion, when they'should bate had attained the sentiments of respect and'esteem stored to me! Can this bliss )be real U,' :. 1

p3Dt: .J. la assumpsitSum'ons THE following! Swrepiake life now open to THE MOMENTARY GLANCE: a proparne. Grateful foi hia almost parental : for the character of a good soldier and conscience Forgive me, my chid. exclaimed .
otl't)j'ILLUI'
I n' rorsroo damages; off.t. thir annual meeting in December I vie, pain I to'.giro
care of his child, and moved the reminded him that be bad often 't baoblige
( for 1303,'issued May *9' 1837. The following lines were written after fc'srfng the by too heart.
ddenclant. J ret'e to Nov.Terra 1m 1st. A sweepsinkeg fer tlirec year old colu and relation of a fact in ubstanee as Adlo vs:-A gentleman situation of his brother, whoso; whole heart exalted the profession of arms above the your gentle eton Ik that

4 fendsst and all others inlerested,,,'ill filliea raised in Florida. Subscription 8100,forfeit wa afflittd with the loss of eight. He was seemed to be bent on this union, Ludovic peaceful and unobtrusive occupations of the wretch resign his claim your bnc has
of the institution of said suit, and mile heats. To close the first of informed that if he would submit to a certain opera. ben successful. Grudge not of
; October his k
: notict $50, one : promised that vrhen daughter should have husbandman. Was it wonderful then, that tt. par.
wril attachment this day ton, he might recover his vision, though I
of5J1d ; and name the day: before the: mce.2d. : probably, onr store ha been appropriated holy
declaration! filed in'j' would obtained the of IS, she should become Theresa should have imbibed of this
the it be for
iir ud plead to cotta only > a few moments. He immediately -i nge any
A sweepstakes fer three ell church
f7 ,jccording to tile statute in such (case and fillies in the United States.any Subscription year $300, determined! : that the operation should be per i the wife .f Karl, provided! Karl himself Ce.: opirit! or that she should have yielded her not to ?purchase forgiveness of the
caae: sins I mentioned and of thank
i O/rCOTT Plt'1f.I I forfeit 8100, three mile heat. To close the first formed, that, once more, he mi!!;ht I lo.k apon the aired the connection at llai, time, and satisfied heart to one who possessed courage to defend whih bea- I.
Jr. Att'y for things of liht.; His wife and children, to him the ven, I am guiltless but the blessed -
D. 46-3m October, and name the day before the rare. : earth into with this: promise the old man died in her, and tenderness to soothe her, under -
2Jtb, 183 I dearestoj-.ctson: ,were brought the room, means saving from miserable fate.
!day 3d. A posistakes} rncc FOR ALL, subscription yu a
I
the of
nDictions lifet
( Arnhold dwelt
and be tint
situated to the of
so as: subjects; sight.- peace.This near
&200 forfeit $100 two mile heats. To close the Kneel down children,
S. Sibley, firfct October; and name; the day before the race. 'The oculist exerted his skill, and the effect was as engagement wis concealed from them, he bad been the playmate of Theresaand Arnbold lay her my innocent aye head support her,

MWlc District of Flo. Entries can be made to either of the above btablei -j t'|>rcdicleil. He wns blessed with one momeatary Theresa, but it was knonn to Karl, who exulted with glowing cheeks and sparkling eyes, ; upon jour
[glance-he san those he loved best-his eyelids bosom, and receive the fervent benedictionofanoldbu.sar.
Irere professional: services as Attorney by letter, addressed to the Secretary and Proprietor ; closed-and hit soul shrunk back in darkness.He in the thought thit this rich prize they often listened together to the warlike exploits .
e.t Law, in the collection of debts! of the Clib, any time before closing. I would one day be his. With low habits and which the good Ludovic delighted to
He will attend all the The Jockey Club Puns will be advertised ;n thought on former times and 8igh'dBeauty .
Middle Florida. flue a was veil'd to him a course turn of mind, the delicate grace of reUtte to them; and to these conversations
District. Office next door to the time. THOS. BROWN, Prspnet-r ; WOMAN.-A the vine which has I long \
tl1 of tltis J D. \Vestcott, Jr. Esq. June 9, 1837 44-tf And grandeur glitt'iing in its pride, Theresa had no( charm for him. he loved might be attributed the passionate desire of twisted its. graceful foliage around the ok, -

., I January 25th, 1S37. 25-tf: And novelty-were dim. her not, but he loved the wealth that wouldone Arnbold to adopt the profession of arms. .. '
and lifted it into
MILL SAWS, &c. And mem'ry iolJ the evening when been by unbMeiZI. .
Law Notice. Mill Saws; 2 setts large Pat. Scales, Night came-to leave: him not again. day be hers, and which he looked on Accustomed to see them play together as when the bady plant is lied bj the,.thunderbolt ) .r

nbfccril'W11 Ottice is next door to Ins FORTY Rowand's Tonic Mixture. Receivedon He thought upon that sacred day with a greedy ere. The thousand soft and children and liking the society of the gene cling round it, caressing too. \"

: corner" uf Adaois and Clinton Streets.- eonsignmedt,and for sale low, to close sale, by When muriagc vows were given; nameless feelings which accompany a ten rous and spirited boy Ludovic forgot the dnls. and bind up its shattered bough; s o, it

.( rcw-f himselfprincipslly, to the busi.!i G. //. 4- T. E. LINDEN ERGER. When wit and beauty made him gay, der and geierous passion, were unknown to danger, when their childhood paned away, is beautifully ordered by Providence,_ that ..
ted lo lam as COVXSKL AND ADVOCATE, July 29, 1647. 51 .qndearth appear'd a heaven; Katie. Itwas a hard task to him to attend of their assuming a totally differ i
who is the
business is may be placed with NEW) SPRING GOODS. When Pleasure huns her lovely brow afection woman mere dependent and ornament {
handed to Mr. SiLlp.y, U. S. his: gentle nistress; nor did he ever appear ent was so, and Ludovic now of in hours
genersit! be I received from New-York and Baltimore, O'er all the storms I hut rag'd Lelow. man happier should b.
Attorney, (ocsui'ying part of subscriber's JUST and handsome assortment of fancy & But life disposed D play the lover, except when saw with deep grief that bis daughter: was his stay and solace when smitten with sudden .

) ho will punctually attend to it The an-l sub.the aplc d
will attend the Couitof Appeals Gadsilen, Hardware, etc. viz while<< his faithful, tender wife, place. Ii) was aLa rural fete given by Lu- Theresa .unhappy, her father was leceu of his nature, tenderly! '
of Jefferson, Leon ,
Courts Black Grode Nap, Swiss and Lutestring Silk, I Gazed his brow dovic his the termination of less he blamed his lppr.
and Jacks.ncuntkbUt' no other Courts -Super Primed, French and Jaconet fondly on to neighbors at scarcely so; own impru- ting the drooping head, and binding
ecii'lv retained. LyonaKe.Muslins. lie could not meet her sparking: eye an abundant harvest that Karl first chose openly dence and on contrasting the character ol broken heart. te '
love's ;j
JAM!: WESTCOTT.,Jr. Gre de :Nap. Scotch, Stripe, Plaid and check I With bewitching symraihy.And to assert his right. He had taken it the two youths, a violent conflict between Marriage enlarges the bappbejsor
scene
$ January 25th, 1837. Ginghams.! _, And tho' his their children clirab'J of mirth his knee for granted trnt: he should open tho danctlwitit his feeling and bin duty,arose in his breast;! misery._ A maria"f of_, _IOWA_ _i ii_ nliit_____ i
u -
Super French, Figured, Fancy nnd other Prints. \ sung s'ir.c: Theresa. WliM then, vas his indignation the stern honor of a soldier, triumphed, and ] ."
tO REWARD Lisle Lace, Lisle inserting, Caps and Cull ri. Anti love imagined: them to he a marriage interest easy, arid a maniagt
I Ladies Figured Satin, and Gauze Hdkfs. The fairest things! of earth. when on entering the apartment, her he deemed himself bound to complete the where both meet, happy; and a happy 'marriage -

PROCLAMATION, Fancy Prunswick Scarfs, and Paris Collars. He saw not the peculiar: grace slender waist was encircled by the arms of a sacrifice. has in it all the

RICHARD K. CALL, I Ladles and ntlemen's horse .kin Gloves. That kindled in etch smiling laco. young hussai, moving in the graceful: waltz! Unable, however, to endure the sight of all the enjoyments of sense pleasures and friendship reason, and, j

of the Territory of Florida. Curls White, Bead and Black Bags,Silk Cambric Hi se.HJkis.! O! dark and dreadful was the doom -The evident! superiority of bi rival "hCac! : her; ;rcf:: tic: carried her to the abode of a indeed, all the sweets of life. Good nature -
That fate had him thrown !
o'er
:it has bren represented: to me :' :N: po-nn.! White :Sa-in, Satin Freed, and! Brown I .Mid flowers, he look'd not on their bloom- well knit limbs, firm step and martial air, far- youthful female friend who formerly resi- and evenness of temper will give you an ei* t

JOHN W. I?A VIS, confined in Q.tiin- Drillings. 'Mid friends;, ha w.is xlone; rued a striking contrast to his on clownish ded near' them but on her marriage had removed i )' companion for life; virtue and good sens

; a charge of murder: csnin SIMPaGS iteJ in the I I Shirt ColUis, Bosoms! ,and S uin Stocks. .A star set in a starry sky, figure and awkward gait, only increased his to a village about sixty miles dis .an agreeable friend, love and constancy' : 4

of Monroe, aDd ;DAVID AS.F1llIllS WOJUEN, ned !Conor:s iia: Rubber halls, Spool and Cotton Thread Suspenders., and Cotton Ildkf I But hid from all its brilliancy. ire, and) in violent wrath he advanced to tant. There he left Tberesn, after recei- I good wife or husband.TUcicia -

aforesaid,charged with the murder of Co'.tonade: Chambrays, Sheetings and Shirting, Hope sprung to life-the hand of skill Thciesa, insisting on his right to open the ving her solemn promise that she would return something m sIckness that breaks
.a\\eged\ to have been committed e;c. j, Hs; misty eye might clrar::! dance with her. Theresa pleaded her en- with him the day before that on which down the pride of manhood-that soften
or FmnUin, in said territory, broke J And to his View, in sunshine, sill: *
ni! Dr-MiCE c:TniNo.
gagement; he persisted: she refused his request she would complete her eighteenth year. the heart and it back the
made their escape,. Iromduncy on the 12th Consisting of of Fancy and Plain: The: :love-1 of e I rih. appear. : brings to feelings
every variety "
Pantaloons, I Hound Jackets, :Summer:: : Coats, and I 'Twas !so-his s ,ul Jooke-l forth In ligit, t, and laughed at his angl'r.-lIe became "Father, said she, with a stammering of infancy. Who that has languished eyed '

thcrerorr,in pursuance of!law, I de hereby Vc't I', Tl.cnJack ward sunk ill deeper night. violentatid rude. The hussar interfered i voice, I have never deceived you. I I live in advanced in sickness and despondency.

, I reward of Two undred Poiltr for the Plt.K AND FCR IliTS. lIe saw n so."*, :a piiying sun'e, and the quarrel rose so high as to I will return; but do n It grieve too deeply .-who th1t lfe. ?ined on a bed
snd' Jeli%err of each of th? aUi\v White and Black broad and brims weary i
narrow Beunfr-Mn his anxious wife- should heart break in this fearful strug.
: draw Ludovic to the my the and loneliness
: in the !Middle Umriet spot. neglect of a foreign
in ; ,
offenders any j jonl Fashionable Palm! Leaf II as; l.ucd and shaded. i lie saw the sparkling: eyes., awhile I ; "
: *; and I do hereby enjoin and require nr.ocr.Rirs. I i Of tt'o.e' (sir buds of life, Karlm voice almost choaked with pas gle. but has thought on the mother "that looked
r | is>traifs and peace olliccib to be vigilant in Consisting of every variety, too numerous tomeition. I And sight wts qne"'h'd-but mem'ry made sion, laid his: grievances before him.-There&a The old hussar dashed a tear which strayed on his childhood," that smoothed his pillow,

r rehcnsinn of tile mid otienders. and All of which we ofl'er to the ci'y' or I I A sketch f f oil that cnuM: nut fade. : in a tone indignation complained to her down his: nunburnt cheek, embraced his and administered to his Obi
five tect helplessness
W. Davis about c'ght a
[ high, broad is shoulders, thick set, has I'I country reasonable trade terms., at wholesale or retail, on very AH earth's najnific-ncc; glow father of hi: insolence, and appealed to.him child and der lrted. there U an enduring tenderness in the lore

eyesblack hair, light comj'lexion good I G- H. &. T. E. LINDENBERGEH. Of nature and of art; whether she was: not at libery to, select any Time wore gradually away, and at last of a mother to a son, tbt transcends all oth.

I across the cheek bones, and of a lor-I Tallahassee: April 15th, 1837. 3ttf I Wca'th Such' ,rupture beauty ti fame I"is-hear could:, not bestow partner for the dance that she thought pro the- day- arrived- which. was- to seal. .Thera, a'i- er affections of the It is neither. to b

Ferris aspect.is about five feel eight u>che* hill, NKW SUMMER GUOJJS.:: I AS that one mom'ntnry view per. fate. I found tier in a state 01 lorpin despair.Exhausted chilled by selfishned nor daunted by -

has blaMc piercing eyes, dark co: pk-x subscriber has just r. eend; ::1 select :1.3.1 Of thse, the lovely and the true. "You have no such liberty!" thundered by her previous struggles, all ger, nor weakened by worthlessneas, nor

face, rough weathcrbemen, of sailor THE : nt of goods suitable f.-r the Thus could some fnvour'd one!) behold forth Karl. "You are my betrothed wife feelings seemed dead; but her mind was a- stifled by ingratitude. She will sacrifice

IIQJ and habit, subject to unoxii alion. compridin the following an ides\ viz: The Rliri s now unknown; and as such you beong! to me clone." wakened to aew sufferings. friend at rived every comfort to his convenience; she will

:r Wooden is about five feet nine inches Bombazine, Thibet, und iMenno Frock :S..I.5on'1; The palms! the crowns, the ha'ps of gciJd, Theresa cast on him a smile (full of scorn to conduct her to her father. The good :surrender to his
lorm, fair complex, light hair, do. do. do. Died d.; The rainbow ar.d the throne death every pleasure enjoyment; .
I'f n countenance; of intemperate: habits LI rid! Venetian, Cas, au.} Erminc.t. Coatees; And the deep darkness pall she fhow, and contempt, but it faded ns she looked to Ludovic lay, apparently on the bed of abe will glory in his fame, and exult in b

. to hare: bem a marine. I White and brown Linen Jacket; Could he forget his vision ?-No her father and a deadly paleness overspreadher a.d with breathless impatience Theresa prosperity; and, misfortune overtake I-1, :
: on Vaughan is about five feet eight inches I Plain :and lancy Mttrseilles Vests she "Father : pursued her journey.On .
the
; Communing high, in !.silent. hours, countenance as inquired, he wi b dearer to her from misfortune;
se', has hazle treli: dark: hair; has It Satin faced do do
; arrival her sickroom was
her
1tIi ? ,
dors this the
))\[, addicted to intoxication, and! is snp- Figured Silk i;> and hatin clo; Would fix his thoughtful soul; man speak truth I fathe' and disgrace settle upon his name, aha
I have been a marine Plait do do do; lied mue' on. the.celestial jwweis.jMoft The young hussar new knelt down beside I net solitarv. The l-tp.ied Karl was there will attll lore and cherish him in spite of :

a reward of One Hundred rvjiirj for the Homl.t7n"; and Valfnr'a; Htv switt'ly; (TIT should'eome ihe dar_ her, passionately kissed her fair forehead I and there too was the youthful hussar. di.grace; and if all the world beside cast h I

of each &'n of cr abetting ; i
aiding
the convicted aforesaid isoners. Plaid Hair do; could he, the b'ind one, cease an adjoining room, followed by the father numbered, my fate must soon be decided' t '

under my hand pi and seal, this Ulh day I While and bla- k '.o; To tlink"Ien, dawning light and Karl. Theresa slowly revived. At and alas! yours also! To my dying brother I BORROWING.-"My marra wants to know : !

: ) 1837. Linen and Cotton Shirt--; Gave all his tenderness relcas": :first she saw no one, and breathing a faint solemnly promised that on this day I would.. if your marin will lend my marm inarm'
K. CALL Fi-'d and slriptd do; I And hi,oil lit AM all to fcl:'ht. your H,
R. sigh murmured, "Itwas all a horrid dream!" offer you to his son for his bride. Without make
While and brown Co lon rJr.l'er ; lIe JlI'them .ooJ-loll Cit! 'twas sweet pick axe, to our hog a henopl"!
;; GvernufF1or1d.t.- Hdks. and Linen Thread GI\'(, : To think-in heivcn they a 1 should meet. An anguished groan started her ir.to per- fulfilling my engagement I could not die in hOb certainly-and when you go borne just '
3'JI flack and ( coloured Silk Ilosr ception and She looked and peace; even the grave could offer no rest.-
. t.i : .HlCY ; -- ---- agony. up ank your mother she'll be kind enough '
J.II roc I a I)) a 0 II White nnd bruwn C"fon dc-; THE IILS .\R'S SADDLE. saw her father standing before her with folded Can you sncrificeyourself future repose!' lead 09 a keg thatferkm butter she bought t

I BY RICHARD K. CALL, Vigonia!pitalfield: and and Lambi'-w..ol Pongee Silk lldl.k do;, Old L'idovic Units: always. regarded his arms and a counlcnnnre clouded with "I can, 1 will, cried the unfortunate Theresa that's a nice little man; and just :

IC oor of the Territory of Florida. Buck and fancy Silk Crt.aISojAllo ; saddle with the deepest veneration, and yet ;iicf Karl aUo stood near with an exulting sinking on 'ur ;Juices, so help heaven!" to-daJ a mess of them pouts and eel that

\J it has been rcprcsenleJ to meL a few suits Youths' ClotHnz, toge.her; there appeared nothing -about it capable of I smile: and the hussar knelt beside her 'Heaven wil bless a dutiful child. ,' said your father caught this afternoon, and bring j

Jb JJ J L that JAMES D. HUGUEMN, indicted with the above articles, arc now oflcnd tor sale exciting his idolatry. It wus a Turkish saddle but his face was buried in his hands. She Ludovic, favor-Kail, draw near. them down with the .butter my dear-aadIMIgive
Superior Court for the Middle District cheap, fur cash or approved credit. old and stained with blood Lut.. then found that it dream. She than Karl obeyed.Theresa shuddered. '
I Leon ,) foi the murder of Hubert J. B. BULL. deeply ; was no you the fir,1 bright cent that I find )
i!, r.( broke county jail and made bioi escape from June 02, 1&37. lfi-tf( I, to the brave Ludo\ir it recalled! a tale of other looked at her lather. 'Karl,' said Ludovic, 'you say you love in the ashes." *'I sues on the whole," said

11V ; -: .'rt-the evening" of the tth) inst. days when ardent, yoUng and enthusiastic "Father is there no hope" my child, cherish her I conjure you as you the boy, "we shant want that pick-axe of ,

'. .. in pursuancco: !Idoheitby the NOTICE.URING absence JOll1.. STRONG he first drew !his sword in defence of its "None: my honor is pledged.! hope, for future happiness. In her you will yo urn." -I 1
for ,
\\': of "f sro Hundred Dollars B my his em-mies. She then turned to the hussar and placedher pO.ses a treasure, but I warn you, she will
I I). will act inv country against
of the said James as It
nston and delivery OB nE! o LA!- stated (be
oin in any jail within the NnJ.J.-! District of agent.W.M I, 11. FRANCIS. He had been opposed in battle againstthe ; cold hand in his; then rising suddenly, bring you but part of my possessions. Karl of i that tat name ;
to
given
wa< the
; and I do hereby enjoin all magistrates: =il, Tallahassee, June 28ih, 1817. 17-tf invaders of his: native Hungary, and ma- threw herself the feet of Karl. .'0 Karl; started and retreated a few steps. That Osceol frontier cbipf by H 4

I officers to be vigilant: in the apprehension of "THillTY DOLLARS llEWAUU.STOLEN n an unbelieving! dog had his ".)od sword have mercy! I love another-you do not however continued Ludovic, 'which I look letleri a village, bing the ;
first Indian whom
The said Uugiunm is five feel 0 a newly arrived
offender I
vlI vlN high, dark complexion,thick daik hair Irom my miiis, about t the middle of smitten to the earth. Various had been the love me-have pity on us!" ed upon 8 my greatest earthly tieastirc, an old lady bad ever seen, she emigt i 8ii: \

., and large whiskers when he broke a large dark brown bay more mule fortunes of the war, and too often was the "By the powers of Heaven and Hell you give you with my daughter. You, Karlbelieve in astonishment, "oh see! 0 la! what a Srh
funny
face rough: bloated, and in good colour. with, a scar upon her right rump, some fivc'or six glory of the holy-cross dimmed by the lus- shall be mine, Theresa!" me to have some virtues. Alas alas! you !'
j thick ket and fleshy,"' ..\Iki rect and!>btiff !has inches long, and thicc) or four broad-the efiect Such Bad "I father." know not the secret sins which have sulht'dmy looking man!!
look and is inclined to intoxication., of a burn. I have every reason to believe that He of the triumphant crescent. appeal to my
[ under niy; hand at Tallahassee: this 30'.It this mule was stolen by a runaway negro belonging disasters were seldom alluded to by the "Will your father violate his promise to life-the rapine, the murder but enough A FASTIDIOUS FISHERMAN.-An old Ii

ofjune,4831. tCi Cut Robert Gamble, whose name is Jim Davis. brave Hussar, but he loved to dwell on the the dead." of this; I have confessed to my maker, and bhrk fellow,_fishing in the Delaware, near J. '.

It. K. CALL, | He is about 30 years old; five feet seven or eight successful actions in which he bad been en- "No, I will not," said Lidovic: with so- have absolution, for the dark catalogue- Point-no-Point, n day or two since, was seen ,ff I
inches hih; remarkably stout,especially across the that I all wealth 11 i
Governor ot Florida.: I but on condition leave my -
-- -- :I 1 breast: and shoulders; bow-legged. quite back! and gugcu.-----' lemnity. to haul up several tine rock rub: which be : I
,III I NOTICE. !j I has lost an upper fore tooth. It was in one of these combats that suddenly "Then, Theresa," excla'med Karl, with to the church a an atonement for my transgression had no sooner disengaged from his hook, j !:

IflEsubscribers having formed .1 copartner-1 I I will give the above reward! to any person who cut off from his party, he found himself I fiendhkc exultation, "no power on Earth *. I could not forget I was 1 father than be threw into the water again. When
I .ill hereafter conduct the Dru busln: s>s will deli"erJotla mule and ,either Col.\ I the destitute state of cbildII I
ihip,\\ B4RNAr&D. negro to surrounded by four ir.furiated Turks. shall save you from being mine?" and thus pleaded my asked the reason of this strange proceeding \
|: of STEWART & For Gamble or myself; twenty dollars for the negro, entreated at length! .
implored-I ; .-
f present, they will continue their shops in the and ten dollars for the mule,if delivered separately; But the recollection of you and your angel saying left the house. that he drew himself up, and with a "o DID. .
; they respectively occupy. They *ill keep or a proportionate amount to any one who will to mother, would Ludovic say to his daughter Theresa rose from her knees, and threw wrung from the pious father his consent nance in which it was impossible to .. I ?'

1 USormentlof Medicines Drug. Chemicals, confine either, (and impart to Col. Gamble or myauz nerved my arms. I was assailed!: by nil.. herself into the arm: of her bver. The presence I should retain my greatest treasure for my whether haughtiness or indignation! predo"t

IiIII t Medicines, dr., and pledge theimeh-es! to. : information of such confinement,) as will enable my opponent How three (ell, I knew not; of her father was no restraint on her Theresa. I chose my scdle Keep it dear inated, replied-"Ven I fishes: cally }
I but genuine nnic!-s. us to recover our rr"!"rtT. child in an affectionate
J. EDWIN STEWART, M. D. LOUIS M. GOLDSBOit UGH, but severe ana long was the conflict with pure tenderness. The tears fell on his man Karl satisfied to (meaning catfish) I'l ketch catty, and have J i

.t! EDWARD BARNARD Wirthind, Jefferson county, near Mouticello,I the last of my foes whose powerful arm was ly countenance but his: concluding words, father. And you are you !' nothing to do vid ec ere feller till I want

11tJ tJel hENRY W. 1IILLIA11D, July 10, 18U7.: ._ 49 raised against me. Already I saw my wife that he must bold it sacred," thiew them my relinquish werdly goods fsr :!hs Wrlfareof![him!" : -

ATTORNEY, I I FLORIDA- CLAIMS. a mournful widow, and my child fatherless, into a new paroxysm of grief. soul! Are you willing take my daughterwith Only a re-hah of the old sajlr.g.: imputed f'

1 j 'DCOU.SELLOILATL4WI : P. DDVALofTttllahassec, and Fran and these dreadful thoughts Infused fresh vigor "\Ve must part then, Arnhold," said the this portion. to Stumpy-toed Jake the fisherman of the .

'ILLpraetiscjn Montgomery, Ala. and the JOHN A. Dickens.of Washington; City,formerlyof into my arm; I smote the infidel( dog to weeping Theresa; "we must part--oh cau Fool! exclaimed Karl, doting idiot! how Jumping-ofT-place( away off in the faitheai .

adjoining counties-in the Superior Courts the Treasury Dcnartment will prosecute all death, hurled him from his steed, & rifled we survive this cruel blow. dae you purchase exemption for punishment coiner of Down East "When I go '
labama and the Circuit Court of the United I claims for Negrocn and other property destroyed or at Your wealth is mine, .er .
be my expense said Jake "I a-crabhin
bin
Arnhold I ,
of
several No said "no ;
at !Met.ile. I taken ofT by the Indians, and for Lorses.&c. killed in him as he lay. Al this moment cannot. of go b
be the
must my
possessions portion lobtersl won't have 'em if
e i SO, 1837. 4C-tf service, or taken forlhc Army. the enemy appeared in sight but I was to without you; let us once more entreat your your the they
from WI
reclaim them rapacious
I
bride.
JOHN P. DUVAL
"
father have and the youthful wi
much exhauacd to renew the perilous con- to pity on us,
Adjntant General' Office, FRANCIS A.DICKENS. monks tear them from the altar! TALL MAN.-A correspondent of the
his feet.
j
wounded and lovers threw themselves at
horse
jCI HEAD QUARTER:*, ) Fch.7,1837. 27-tf flict. My gallant. lay You cannot, you dare net, replied Ludo- Ohio-Register, writing from Cincinnati, :
says
Tallahasbe, July 1, 1837. J N" -Letters post-paid,directed to John P. Du- in the agonies of death; threw myself en "Arnhold! said Ludovic, stemly "thou
in
: [GENERAL ORDERS. \Tallahassee, Floikla, will be attended to. J ; the Turkish courser, forced him on, at his a soldier, and ask me tarnish my honor!" vic raising his voice anger; my agreement Our lauding was yesterday astonished' by

ce \HE Adjutant General, viewing it necesiaryto NOTICE. I utmost speed until I regained my'squadron. Arnhold felt the appeal, he started: U?, raised with your father had reference to'of my it. .the appearance of 1 young man from down "
daughter only: wealth formed no part the river, who when caught and ;
have in his possession the strength of the The saddlo in the blood of the weeping Theresa, cit off with his meuure -
was steeped my
months after dare, I shall exhibit my ac Driveller! dotard! vocife ted Karlthinkyou to be seven feet six inches :
or[ Florida, comprising the first and second SIX lock embrace and proved
mine with it. When a cessation sabre one long bright JiA .
and vouchers to the Hon.Judge of uleGuardiana' foe, and mingled bride!
I will stood in the crowd himself he
fa,hereby requires the officers commanding her in tie of her tbat accept a portionless he ,
Court, as Administrator, for letters of hostilities the te kissed her, placed arms
permitted tioopa
'Brigades,-viz- Brigadier General L. Read, dismission from the administration of the estate of You must seek some other fool for that pur looked around him without the least interruption : x'
the horrors of I father and fled.
and Gen. Hernandez 2J Bri- for space-fiom war,
fltde1 Brig. rest a
Alfred Wilks, dec'd. JOHN M'MELLAN.June carriel with it pose. I renounce her. to his prospect, which was doubtless "
>cause mums to be'znade to me at Tilla.tbro' hastened with the tteasure, which during the Every passing day some I .
Arnhold
1,1837. 46 Give her to father! cried ; extended while the pigmy 'tribes of -
me an one.
the .
Colonels
their commanding va- Theresa she
of
1 I bad acquired to home, and portion of the fortitude as
1"Cirarntllbe strength of each company,bat. from SL Marks a handsome Roan campaign my I the oft tha period whichwas swear to cherish and protect ber while I live. Adam, )our common six footers, were walking j ;:
*&( re-irnrnt, including in report the name Strayed wi'h a cut on his tongue TEN. purchased these fertile fields around my nw near approach dreadful. Give ber to me, and when she shall be the around him at 1 suitable dist.nC for 1::1 ;
ltw*tttch corn-missioned officer. will be ( his dwelling and forgot for a season the miseries to consign her to a ettto ao I ,
DOLLARS given or apprehension I loved wife of my boseo, I will live for her, the purpose seeing his whole! as .; ,1 '
that betweenher
TARKHFLL weeks all lay .
n SAMUEL and delivery at Mr. Hackley' stables.J. of war. Three little were leng .
)1E Adjutant General of Florida. M. ARMSTRONG.: Ludovic could here He and misery. Ludovic endeavoured: to aye RnC die for her. : men walk wide of the house to }
The good pause. life
June 17th lR37. 45 be comforted. laughed in mockfr. You value board, or to see if the chimney be on fire. : :,
T NOTICE. still retained a lively recollection of his lost soothe her, but she wouU not it fora 1 i
be the
aid him
1
but little, tlk afterwards saw standing on guardsof !
-LpwsoBi indebted to the late firm of Kerr &. NOTICE. wife, and he could not bear to narrate the Had ever her affections been disengaged I knew worth the }
never one steamboat apparently purveying over
. Sttrge2 will maLe immediate to Jas. hereof the sub Kari would have been distasteful her; woman. a -
payment : weeks from the publication circumstances of her illness and death. After \
hteIott I, Ewjr. as further indulgence cannot SIX will apply to the Hon. Sears Bryan, thic aad event hill home became hatefulto but with her affections placed upon another,, trouble of winning and least of all Theresa. the-top of the boat, some object on the other ; .. l' :
I otherwiw the same will be put in suit Judge of the County Court Jackson county, for The young hussar laid his hands on his side. Of course, this moat "delct tmODiter"
in the idea of this union appeared inaupporta- .
I atel". p. KERI letter of administration, with the will annexed, him, end he resolved again to engage sabre. Theresa threw herself between was the talk of Front .
ms DANL. D. STURGES. the estate of David Trammel. deceased. the arduous duties of a soldier. His littleTheresa i Ludovic who
upon ble.My them. At the same moment sprang the day. Upon inquiry of the Captain ,.
TRAMMEL. the child! would he interrupting a
into passionate
JA3IE was kindly adopted (family say, from his
the be
TAKE from his coucb, tore covering brought him up I found was a
.LLtbioie NOTICE. Aug. 5, 1837. 52-6w of his only brother, and there, after a la one burnt of grief, "by what magic has head the caddie from the wall Hackman. named Porter. ,His age \
,
i.2
of H ARBURNCY. !
accounts against the estate of heart Inltche '
Lu BQlPRlU: of some years, our good Hussar! found her Arnhold gained possession year seized hi sabre with ceased t9 :
late of Leon county, den where hung, only, and he has not growl-
an
whlCb Khali not be presented folly au- THE TAXES for 1837 are now due. By call blooming in youthful beauty. "He is an hussar, replied Theresa.which one stroke laid it open, and a gold, "Hi U filling up,,," ye the Captain "be'flbe
the time law ( on the subscriber his office in Tallahassee Ludovic arrived only in time to close the There vas something in this reply '
prescribed by sad jewels, b. f for-
I.I',1L I whITwithin is a final notice. and paying the same, the public will much who hU death bed moved Ludovic; be tectllected that be himself bezant, siental pl. sparkling [ quite a largo man yet, a young
: of bit brother on vile '
floor. aint h"t
H. DUVAL worm !
uAU' SIMON TAYLOR Adraiaisttator. obli!. SAM'L. eyes fell on thr cod nomenon,
tat
] s-. II, IU,. 16 if July l 15, 183'7.-SD Tax Cohl'ctor.1fl entteiled him to bestow Theresa en his on* had imbued the mind of dtugbterwith -



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--- than the money they accumulate in the win ley's Store, entirely down; II. Kilburn's our minds are clear. Now id ibe timo, for the last five years. Tbe ,wheat of this rs that of Mn ianditei mhed- .....
1HE? FLORIDIAN. ter, and take north with them at thofirst approach Store-entirely down-: a good deal of pro., before another hostile gun is fired, that year i is remarkable heavy weighing from sul-general. The Sicilian J1a1c' ..
I of summer, there to :luxuriate on in perty WM destroyed! in these twoStorea 19t I the terms of tho treaty .held in March last sixty to sixty-nine pound per bushel-the oats stead of facing' the daeasci,, betook":
I CO1MUMCALTIONS. the bosom of their families, Until our sickly named) small dwelling, unoccupied, belong I could be renewed, but if left unrespectedtoolong and hay are uncommonly; good, and the corn, to flight. '
Ii -- months are past, are as much entitled< I II{ TO.Lhc !dit.oi of the Floridian.CrfifAiioocfltK their suffrage .as ourselves, who remain in store ehtifely down;whh loss of contents; was very cautious in saying any' thing con- During a short excursion through ly in various parts of the East-iaof r
5th of Sept., 1837. th!) country through evil as well as_ good report dwelling) house formerly occupied by Darling cernicg our preparations for the war. -. He Jefferson and Oldham counties yesterday, we tbe.Red Sea, in Syria, and ot_
U 1 Silt-la tfnswer\ U an articU. which ap- ; N. person having home or familyin now occupied by Elleby/roof off; many appeared an intelligent fellow, for ho delivered were delighted with the appearance of the In Damascus the deaths; were forty. ';*
i reared in four paper some time since' calling nnolher state, even though they remain in Chimnies were torn down, -and much his messages clearly! and touched upon corn fields; the stalks were, bending under per diem. .
plii I on' the to become a candidate for the the territory4 should be entitled to vote. damage done many other buildings not par- all the points of out difficulties and after the weight of the ears, which were, in many EG ITT. J
f iieit Council, n8 well as to the many re-. Many jheasures. fellow citizens, not now ticularized. conducting himself with sober dignity, rose instances, longer than the husks. A letter from Alexandria, dated J I.C
:t (picftta made personally to me by my friend wthi&br knowledge, will no doubt _claim drank a friendly'sentiment! and retired. Our Large quantities of western provisions represents the commercial distress to I, t'
J.I to do 10, I bavb to say that there are moires the attention of this legislature,-in forming From'the St. Joseph Times of Sept.. 6. scouts, nevertheless are out every day, (nnd must find their their way to the eastern cities: with extreme severity.! The 'ctit:..
( apart from the ordinary duties of a pin'mns which, I shall be governed; On Thursday: the 31st tilt., we were I have five companies mounted men and I during the coming fall and winter, for the following not sell pound of his cotton cxcePt-_
:! L Territorial Legislature which induce me to with an eye upon alone Id jrbur interest. We shall:: visited by the fovcrejt gale felt on this coast : twenty Creeks) with orders to bring in every reasons: the suspension of specie ous prices. He had on hand a
I yield to these kind *o1iC tati( ns. : shortly be emerging from a war which always by the earliest settlers in Florida. In fact, hostile that may be seen. They however payments at the south, and the fall in the bales, constituting almost his sole
[.l l' f It Is believed that at the next Council requires much legislation. There are many of our oldest( inhabitants pronounce it are gone off I believe since the 25th July.") price of cotton has compelled the planters to .for revenue, and he is Inegely In '
f. measures will be taken in accordance with at all times conflicting interests to settle, the most! liolent storm they have ever wit- Gen. Jesup had gone down the Suwan- attend to the raising of provisions. It is sup- his army and navy. All business wai-
Ihe wishes of the pe.ple as expressed at the which will require the firmness of your re- nessed. It commenced c'odut daylight from nee to Tampa Bay after having visited the posed that Mississippi will have com to fell prostrate, and so little confidence ex:
lute Delegates' election' to lorm a State prescnlalivc. the south-east, ard veered round to east, 750, men (Volunteers Florida) at New- this year, and that but small supplies will be the stability, even of the first mt'rtanti\t'
t Government for Florida. To call a cen\'en- It be deemed in me to north, and north-west', and blew with increasing nansville." required in Louisiana, Alabama, &c. &c. ses, that bills of exchange could not oV Sj
; lion of the people, fixing on a proper nnd fair promulgate may general arrogance political principleson I violence! till sunsel, When It measurably ______u __ Perhaps half the provisons usually consumedin and persons t bavng remittances tomab' '..
representation througheut tho Territory, I this occasion.any & Suffice it f.r me to .I nb tcd. Jk three story building, belonging AWFUL STEAMBOAT ACCIDENT. the south will be shipped fora market, and shipping specie almost exclusively "rt
I look up&h it ds one of mot t important mat- that the rights of the stales, and a strict construction say- : to Capt. Leslie, of New York, blew ST. Louis, (Mo ) AUG. 19. will compete with eastern articles in the eastern Tho :French: steam packets had twccd
ters that could at this time claim the attention of our federul constitution will be down with a Ircmendous crash. Several We have again to record a most melancho'ly cities. Flour is soiling in this city at running, between Alexandria and
and interest of cur follow citizens nt governing principle whenever frames and smnllet houses weiealso levelled accident upon one of our steamboats. $5 to 6 a barrel, and will soon be worth lit- seilles. oPUI',
"large as it will not only tend to the establishment my requires me to advance,them. necessity with iho earth. The window glasses in About 3 o'clock on the morning of the tle more in the city of New York. TilE NEW TIIRO .-The TJ.
of a constitution but it will fix for Your fellow citizen, many of the houses with a northern exposure 15th August, the steamboat Dubuque Capt The price of flour at Cincinnati! on Satur- upon which her majesty will new --
many years to come, the basis for the future N. W. W ALKEn.St. were blown cut. The outer edge of the Smoker, on her passage from St. Louis to day last was $;,50 per barrel. addresses this day, was receive se
'government of the State; at least so far as Marks, Sept. 11, 1837. northern side of the wharf sustained some Galena, collapsed the flue of her larboard On/ the subject of the banks supplying the palace. It is a most magnificent yesterday fixed ii1..
I It regards the representation in her State --- trifling damage by the undermining of the boiler, by which accident twenty-two perSons speculators with the means of enabling them furniture. The platform which pk,
I Legislature ; and unless this j is done upon From the Apalachtrfeb Ga/eti*, September 2. palmetto pens on which it was supported, were dreadfully scalded, sixteen of to effect their base purposes, the Albany Daily geous chair is placed, is sixteen upon feet the!
those principles, which makes nnd four of the :: knocked down by some Advertiser yesterday has the. following c
't republican AWFUL GALE AT APALACHICOLA! pens whom are since dead. The accident took ten, and raised three steps from the
: taxation and representation go together, we Two Hundred Thousand Dollars worth of floating limbers-injury done imounlirig In place while under way, along side of Mus- pertinent remarks- is covered with a crimson velvet nil.lfOCt I
1 'cannot look with certainly for that stability Property destroyed! lluildings Blown six or eight hundred dollars lhat part of it quctin bar: eight miles below Bloominglon, \Ve may perhaps feliitate\ ourselves and ing, over which a canopy is suspended"an..- :..
in our State government at home and that down! and Twenty or Thirty with their built on piles in the deepest partoflher river, and u-ider: an ordinary head of steam. \\e our countrymen upon the fact, that the fruits teen feet in height, decorated with the
r tharactcr nnd respect abroad,-which I am Roofs blown off! Tide rose from. TEN received no damago whahOn the understand that the boat left the woodyaid of the earth are so abundaut this season that thistle, and shamrock, interwoven with
sure is the wish of every Floridian it should! to FIFTEEN feel !! whole, the result has been cntinly satisfactory -. below, about quarter past two o'clock, and :'all the funds which the banks, in their. present age, and surrounded by a beautifulcrown Q;
Osess. On Wednesday about 7 o'clock in the as it affords AH undoubted test of the had run safely along until 3 o'clock, when situation, are able to furnish to greed and cushion. The drapery <
In addition to my \\'irib to take a part in evening a squall came up (from the southeast I security of the wharfand warehouses against:: the hxplgsion look place. The pilot immedialdy speculators, will not enable them to enhancethe posed of the richest crimson velvet, of a r._
; J ? Ibis great and interesting subject, I consider which continued with considerable violence i the most: destructive gales. Owing to aconlinied put the bout ashore and effected a prices of the necessaries of life to any lish manufacture, lined with lutestring rf e.'
I that I owe a debt gratitude to the people for about two hour, the wind then prevalence easterly winds the landing.As very extravagant rates. But are the banks, same tone. The tester is composed of.j.
(I' of Leon for their long and repealed expres- shifted to tho eastward, and about 11 o'clockit tide during the gale was higher linn it was soon as the noise of ihe explosion had and the unholy speculators, the less censura- vet: papelleo, with a broad oak leaf and tingold
f fetons preference for my public services, blow a pretty heavy gait.; it gradually increased ever before seen. Large quantities of fish subsided and it was possible to make their ble, because a bountiful Providence prevents lace tiimming, with a massive: goldrig..
t t thai no exertions en my part can ever repay. until morning when the tide had ri were thrown out of ihe water (n the wharf- way lo the after part of the boiler deck, an them from bringing distress and starvation up- Similar decorations are used in forming fc
And I would do injustice to my own feelings sen ubout six feet, covering our wharves the waves dashed as:: if the stcrm spirit was examination was made, when it was found on the industrious portion of their fellow drapery of the inside valance. The va_
I 'did I refu.se on an occasion of this sort to some two or three feet-every moment new in their midst-and altogether was one (if that the whole had been literally cleared of countrymen Is it true that the Albany banks on the outside is of a different design, and i
I' serve them with increased vigilcnce, shouldI seemed to add terror to the scene, the rain the wildest and most leirific scenes (surpassed freight and every thing which stood in the while they deny almost all accommodations trimmed with two rows of gold late;aai fo
be chtsen: one of the representivcs for that I descending in tnrrcr.ts;: while the wind wabhm'ing only by a TFcst India hurricane) thai we way. The unfortunate deck passengerswere I to the regular business men of the city, arc ished with a deep fringe.! The curtii.
fcounty.A' have ever seen. 'Facts are stubborn things,' all furnishing: thousands and tens of thousands of I which ."
I a perfect hurricane; every citizenwas terribly scalded, together with thecccls arc exceedingly full, are finished i'j
I duty.Llch 1 owe to my own private I !! called upon to save the property likely and we may safely assert, from tho little da. and severe------1. cf the. hands. Many of dollars to those locusts who would cat up the ;similar manner, and are looped up .ii|
ii mailers wilt require my absence from the to float away: ori !the wharves, or the steamboats mage sustained here in the gales of the 7ih them in their agony, fled to the !shore, stripped substance of the industrious portion of the gold rope and tassels the whole forming if
t. county for the next two months. I shall: not or smaller craft that were now in a I und1st: ultimo, that our harbour, if not the ) themselves of iheir clothes! tearing off community so, it is time that the public of the most beautiful structures imagsc
rt( therefore, hovo tbe pleuaure OT mining with sinking: condition at the wharves; but all human ho 4F my fellow citizens of that county previous exertion seemed soon to fail, the wind Gulf of Mexico in its facilities of access, its I jh,urs before of them died ; and mil until system of .""..oiopoty.The : hour last night, i is covered with a
any
\'to the electioneer taking part personally in increased and with .il the rain, until it appeared -. denlh! of water, and the security to shipping ,! n !best could be despalched lo Bloomin Baltimore Patriot of the 1st inst. remarking velvet, and is richly carved and' gilt,IDd.hroidered .
the ca vIss. The matter is, therefore left ds though Heaven and Earth would from the mast: violent wind I Ion arid return, thai; medical ns I with friends and those who, think Compiler, which we noticed in our report of footstools corresponds in colour and
I my mny came together. About 12 o'clock noon, -- : be obtained.; At 11 o'clock, the steamboat niag
that I can be useful to them and the country the wind veered :around to the northward and Fiom the St. Augnstin* Herald, A'V.0.. i 1 .Adventure Captain Van Houlcn came up Friday observes [ licence with the decorations above aii4ar
We that of the ancient dominion
i in the next C ur.cil. Yours &c. trust corn crop the throne.
eastward and with it, an increase, if possible OUR INDIAN: \t'F.\IIl'l.-Thc!' following with the wreck, and took her in low as far including that in the of!
)1 W. sv ATT. in the violence of the gale.-All person extract of a letter: from an authentic source, I as Bloomington. A letter from a passrn Richmond will neighborhood; better than
ultimately
now seemed to give all h of dated Micanopy, Aug. 11, 18J7, contains prove I i
up pes saving gel in the Dubuque, dated at thit place, the Compiler's anticipations would From Porto Rito. Captain Crosby,olio
14 TO THE VOTERS OF LEON. anything but themselves; nntwilhslandin information which may nol be uninteresting says : "It is:: due lo Captain Smoker, thc seem to warrant.;present But should it unfortunately brig Yankee, from Guayanilla, inform Iii
Fellwxv Citizens the partiality the narrowness of our river i in to our readers.. Adventure the citizens of I the Consul
,-Thiough immediately captain of the be otherwise thy sign of general abun- [ when he was leaving port !..
bf friends, my name has again been permit. front of the city, it seemed no pretection to The writer remarks "I give this to you as ,: UUiomington; and all others who had an opportunity dance must furnish, consolation for partial med him that an earthquake nnd hnrii
I ted to appear before you as a candidate fri our vessels, the wind, as though wilh wings, occuncnce! ,*, not my nEUEIor what; will rendering any assistance, to say failure The for the corn had been experienced at St. Johns, P.1:]
i; your suffrages at the approaching election in appeared to raise them up and throw them take place, for we know" how fair have: been that they did every thing in their power lo throughout the United prospect States, i is representedin crop en thc2d inst., which destroyed the! .
October next. with violence down upon the wharves. At I their promises alieady. relieve and mitigate the pains of the unfor- the flattering. The and several houses, together with a i
as highly
In to be forward 4 o'clock It will b!} observed that not one word j is aggregate
permitting myself brought not a person was to be seen in lunate sufferers. be said of buckwheat of person*; also that six Americanwere
same oats, pota
I j, 'on this occasion, I deem some explanation Water-street, and to got under the lee of a said about EMIGRATION: and from the tenor The Dubuqe is about two years old, and toes, and may other fall totally: lost. and all the vessels ill t
products.
: r i 'due lo an enlightened public particularly as house was only to have the roof tumbling of iho "TALK" we infer that they have: the no accident ot the kind has ever happened With regard to corn, indeed in this and port hid :gone ashore or foundered. .C..
I it is known to many that t was a candidate down on him; all the steam boats and smull idea they will be lei alone. The preposition( on board of her. She was brought to ibis! the neighboring Slate of Pennsylvania, we learn no farther particulars. All the 1
I t! .at the t last election, and to nearly all that ant crafts by this time were in ten thousand pieces to exchange the negroes stolen from the porl yesterday by the Smelter and now lies doubt whether" the was ever bet at Guayama were driven ashore. 'I'M
prospects
i !hir n* a very unpleasant nature is 8e\V undergoing the wooden buildings on the wharves whites for theirs captured by our troops, I at the dock, n perfect wreck. ter. Should no injury bo sustained by early h\d done very little damage on tht
; legal invciralior.!i in which I am were also floating with the other wrecks. looks like;; this. They know :these have been i ANOTHER EXPLOSION Rfl'oRTEo.-The I frost feel confident that the part of the island.A .
t. we -
; personally concerned. The gale continued until nuoui \ o'ciuck oUIppcd; uml thoy cannot bo oTrKingeu unless dncinnulti I'osi ...f'0 .1. --y_ number 01 ua'nciy piuuucru tillS aggregate year, _
f A few! days. previous to the last election, at night, when the wind shifted unto the they arc present. Our negroes' are useless I' It was currently reported this forenoon in those State, will fir exceed Jthal of any Frightful Stage Accident. :a
14 a report was studiously' circulated at most of north-west, and this morning v/e are again tu them, they say, and arc unfit for war, at the landing, that the (Quincy had burst a previdus year. Owing to the unpromising distressing stage accident occurred a I I
the large preciccis, by those opposed to me, blessed with a clear sky. and doubtless they are willing to exchange boiler just aftei leaving 8(. Louis, and scul- appearance of the wheat and rye crop, in days since," at the ten mile house (iii I
that I had declined being a candidate, by \V aler-street, Irom above Ibe Colombo them With for all th their*ir own, who"will talks be" uselul. lied' nine person.. No further particulars." early spring: a much larger quantity of east Lexington, on the 1\laysfiJIe Ti
which means many of my friends" were imposed wharves down nearly lo Florida Promenade peaceful treacherylurks i I ---- ----- ground was this year planted wilh corn thin pike. The stage contained nine passes
upon. A reference to the votes at the is completely filled up with logs limber within their breasts, and until ihey} arc IndianVar in .Yorlh-IJaule be- usual, and the corn certanly; never looked. besides the driver. Every person m]
I had de. and stuff least four feet and nn ship board, wu cannot, will nol believe iiccen the Fotes and Sloui.-IJy thu slip of "
at
precincts where it was known not high really } better "in these latitudes" or afforded a upon ,the stage was more ,or less inj
dined, will distinctly show how I stood with the task of clearing it out appears like their" peaceful: overtures. the St. Louis \Missouri: ) Republican of Aug. hirer: promise of an abundant yield, than it Judge Johnson Louisiana, had kill
a with tho raft in Red River. Our absent Tus-ta-nugge; a sub-chief, a sort ofMcrulu 22, we have official intelligence from Galena '
those best acquainted me. I moving .. does at this time. On some of the princi- severely cut, and was.otherwise roaeUsed.
h The unpleasant' afT-sir! alluded to above, friends cas f would of itsolfbave deteired me from ap- formerly over ou the flats opposite the city, or r\thf'llJIcs-agcs) for he said: many things I port, dated Hock Island, August 10th, transmits Ficderick Counties, in this Slate. "nnd York his daughter, were both seriously woi
i 'pe:1 ngberore you, but for the strong solicitations are now in the street. Mallrasses, pillows, or a peaceful character from the chiefs ; 5[) the talk delivered to him by two braves County in Pennsylvania, as we are assured, in the head, though not 'dangerousl/. !I
; of many personal friends, whose bedsteads, chests, clothing, everything thil we sat down, wilh Paddy Carr and had a of the Upper Fox Indians, by request of the the large and numerous fields of growingcorn Love Tennessee, going to West P
I bound to and with a be all Wa. long talk." He stated that his tirst objectwas war chief, NVau-coth-au-slic, who wa lately
:Opinions am respect can imagined, is piled up along :. rc.lIyloltk splendid. had his collar bone badly broken, and j
(i belief that the advancing that as the cause of terstreet. The sloop Select is bark on lo call in all the warriors (if any now mortally wounded in an cncountei with 1I.'e.SiouH ---- -- -- tleman by the tramo: of Martiii: from "
4 Jt my declining would be construed into a tacit Commerce-street, near a Grog-Shop, while ;ironnd u*;) and to give them the orders of on the Sac and Fox Hunting Grouud I LATER F/tOM EUROPE. i York or Philadelphia. wrns very seriooslfured '
I !' confession, tin my part, of eiror. This affair !- the schr. Orleans is taking a walk in Flor- ihe chiefs. Not lo fire another, a HOSTILE Mr. D. urges the faithful fulfilment of the SPAIN. [ in the rht side. The driver hii
i'' I Iras', will !be sufficiently investigated ida Pomenadethcse are the only two crafs gun: ," until further orders," or to molest any I government treaties with those Indians. We The advices from the seal of war are to aa*.Ic dislocated, and the extra driret i
1. in due time for a candid and intelligent pub- that can be seen in our harbour, and they white man's:! property. That he then want have purchased of the Sacs and Foxes twcn- the '.nlh of Jul.}". Don Carlos was tlica rc" very badly hurt internally, the blooding i stre
&t lic to make up their verdict previoul to the arc not in it but in the ci'y. ed to know how they will he received by : ty six and a half million of acres of the uet: treating:: in all haste toward his old ground on prufuscly from his mouth Ik;
election. The following is a list of property destroyed I the white man. That the council held at I lands in Illinois, Missouri and Wisconsin, including the other side of the Ebro, hotly pursued by were less, though considerably injured.
Custom has made it obligatory on thoso and damaged: and! by whom owned, Philip's lown, lately had) 'n 'Soh'cd iipnn"burying all the lead mines, for three cents an Oraa and Esp:1rtcro.hl> had formed llieirjunction. accident occurred altogether through I
assuming the attitude I now do, to make as near as we could alcI:: tain. Befor clo the hilchet," and line a fair and acre. Tliese: tribes have been requesting j reckless and imprudence of the drirerj
ti: known t 'r the course they will pursue, and the principles that never since God made man, were greater they be received in a friendly manner, they two sections of land. to enable their womento way lo join Don Gurlos; had been inlercep- uation or apology. It i is almost a mi
; which will govern them, should they be exertions used to save pioperly, than by will give a pledge of their honesl. inluntions. raise corn on their new residence. Theyarc led, stripped of their booty and dispersed. that not one of the passengers: was kill
( _j 'elected. the citizens generally during the gale, and At this thc negroes were instantly named, truly fiicndly lo the whites. Th< talk The new electoral law was published in \Ve are happy to learn that they arc now!
111 Many important} measutes will claim the notwithstanding all the exposures we have thai is, the negroes taken, and the negroes of the chief above was delivered the 8th Au- the Madrid Gazette of the 21st. The Senateis considered out of danger.-Whig. '
'attention of yttur legislature at its approach- heard of no deaths as yi-t-hair-breadth escapes that hid runaway. Here he stated that; they gust. lIe states that on his return from St. to hive 1 154: members, and the Chamber of if
int session1, and which will require all the bruised limbs, &c. &l', but nothing were a plague to them as they !knew but lit- Louis he found his tribo in starving condition Deputies 241, being one deputy for every Rumored Robbery or Lou-We
energies of its members. of a serious nature. tic of waifare and they had to supply most and thai ho sat of with 200. chiefly women 50,000 inhabitants. been informed that a gentleman froinb
when it becomes barrels of them. Tu-la-nugje expressly declared and children, to hunt the right bank accusation Senor milier who through
r The time has arrived We are just iiiformed that over ten up The motion of against ca county, a passed
; expedient that measures should be taken of fish have been picked up in Water that the negroes were an EVil. to them, and of the Cedar, where thoy encountered a hun Mendizabal, for delaying the payment of the city to the west, a short time since, f r.
I.! preparatory to our assuming .ur station in slreet since yesterday morning: daylight. that they meant to give them up, and demand ting party: of Winnebagoes. On reaching dividends, was lost I 110 to 22. The Senor purpose of purchising wheat, with I
::4 the unibn as a full: grown sister of ihe republic. Damages of the Gale. THEIRS of us. Otter river, they struck on a large trail of had presented to the Cories a bill for a war $60,000 in his Jrunk returned hew''
Any step for the promotion of that object The Steamers Henry Crowell and Edwin: In the first place, he said he had instruc- Sioux. As retreat was imp>>ssible and disgraceful contribution of 360 millions of reals, compulsory evening having found out, after Ian ,
I. will claim my undivided attention and Forrest, both gone to pieces and hull sunkt tions to find the ponies which we.re stolen the chief and about 40 men set off on all classes, which was expected to be Cleveland, 'hat it bad been despoiled
'support,-the territorial vassalage under Ct.1'JM'l'iu! wharf.. from here on fie: 25th July (Mince they held in pursuit of the Sioux, crossing tho Otter river agreed to. The ministry were confident of valuable contents, while on his way bet
1 which we hove for a l keg time lived, being Steamer Minerva, decks .fl, bull sunk their council) and bring them in ; that today and proceeding west, and rushed on the succeeding in the negociation with M. Aguado this city and the above place. As tH .!
SSlf.nsupportablc.l Our officers will then along side Bates' ,wharf. he was to begin his jwurney, and that by Sioux, who were too strong. Tho Faxes the banker, for a new loan of 250 millions mour comes to us from several quart
be chosen directly by tho people, and amen- Schr. Orleans, a perfect wreck in Florida the 31st. I might rely upon! the word ol retreated, with wounded, and leaving 11 of franks, un her the sanction of Eng- with the name of the unfortunate loser]
able to them, and not to those in power at Promenade. an honest man, he would appear with the killed. The chief writes that he is wounded, land.The are inclined to believe there is too
( W ubington,wbo feel no other interest in (th'appointment Sloops Plough Boy and Three Jollies panics ci'.her hero or at Fort King. A but docs not fear to die. The following pro- Carlists wer beaten by Oraa on the truth in tho report. lie is the person'
they molceihan iba promotion total luos. :general council was to bo held near Fort gramme he sends of the killed and woundedis 15th, at Uunol with a loss of 1000-as reported we alluded to a short time since ss *
political friends.! Slo.p Select, badly damaged, lies near King, in order to make overtures to Gen. a curiosity: by the Christino general.PORTUG.L. received a discount of $60,000 frJ
The situation ol r Commerce-street. Jesup, nd that in a short time. John ------ -- --- of
.. Fellow citizens: peculiar From the New York HcralJ. bank in this state for the purpose
those residing in the sea-port town of .u: Damage done Brick Buildings on Water Hicks \i\ now in for this purpose. lie CORN: MARKET. There was an attempt at insurrection, in ing into the wheat and flour rnonopo}]
.. territory call loudly for legislative enact- Street. expected to find the chiefs there ns they SUNDAY, Sept. 3,6 o'clock, I*. M. Oporto, on the 13th or 14th of July. Someof Buffalo Journal.
menU, to protect them from the introduction I Those partly erected next to the Columbus had warned bin, but the creeks and streams By tho Western Express Mail, we have the troops had mutinied, but they were
bf free negroes. Within the last two years! ,.r I Stores entirely down. are so filled, 'bat! it is difficult crossingthem received the following cheering and confir- soon put down, and 150 of them had fled to From the Correspondence of tbe Bait. Ps'
.1 two valuable slaves, property of citizens of 1 The roofs of Messrs. Rinaldi nnd Dow. just noHe fu-lher and impres- matory statement of the views which we have Valenca. on the borders. The ministry had CLEXR SPRING, Washington: Mi'.
this county, have been enticed away, and ner, Messrs. Hamilton, Nourse & Brooks, sively assured me that the chiefs direc- uniformly given respecting the harvest, and applied to the Cortes for a suspension of the August 29th, 1837.'.
c&rried te New York, on board .f f vessels with part of Upper Story. ted him to state that they had held out the villainous efforts of the speculators to enhance habeus corpus, which was immediately granted IMPORTANT.
1- baring crews composed of free negroes Part of the roof of Messrs. Harrison & their handj to us, and called upon the the price of grain. as also a levy of 200 contos. I have just learned that the Isiglh
I. Some law similar to that of South Carolina Raney, part of D. K.; Dodge and John Dill's "Great Spirit," to wilness, that their in- From the Louisville Public Advertiser, .1ug. 39tb.! THE CHOLERA. ners at the Tunnel of the Ch apea b
and the other southern-states, will have to be roof, third slorvof E. Wood's,and S. Simp. entions were low sincere. He baid many PROVIS10N-The New York Herald is The accounts from Sicily and Naples are Ohio Canal, 28 miles above Hancock,
enforced else communication will be had sdn'd slores. things, and solemnly! lamented the causes battling it stoutly with the speculators, for frightful. Trade and commerce are paralyzed struck upon A. RICH BED or WAD oU
trom the town to the country, and much harm Part of the roof o(' one of E. & L. S. of the war, 4-c. I then replied to him as buying the wheat crops, and keeping up the throughout Italy and the Papal domin- yield is: said to be upwards of 70 per UIC
rakjr.result from it. Chittenden's, do.! Wood, Alye. & I ver- discreetly and ss kindly possible; I asked price of flour-with the butchers, about the ions are formally barricaded to prevent the the bed is ampte, it will greatly inert**
The peculiar situalion of our common son's, do. Raymond & Allison" do. Charles him what use was a man saying that extravagant price of meat, and with tho whole entrance of tho disease, which is still believed value of the stock of the Canal Comp*' .
country as tegsrds it* monetary: affairs, at S. Tomlinson's. Hv R. Taylor's stor entirely he was n good man, an honest man, tribe extortioners generally. A slip from contagious.The be the making Allegheny, (c0nsideriP.Of
Ibis period, seems to cull for every possible down, Bi Ellison's 2d 6f 3d story, uV>. when ho owed mo $100, and did uot pay that paper of tho 22d inst. remarks that "wheatwas deaths at Palermo on tho 12th of July other mineral resources,)and provo '
Amelioration of tbe laws regulating the col- This store had a good many goods in, all me the money!-Let him put the money selling Louisville at the last account at wore 330. versal! benefit to this enterprising SlIte-
}ec&i.. of debts. which the rights of the creditor badly damaged!; the south end of the one down and then, bo need not say a word. 80 cents"-it is now 75 cents a bushel, and At Malta tho number of cases, from the 9th V
..d ait of. story store of G.. L. Middlebrook also fal. Thef.4 is no misunderstanding 'such lan- must be lower shortly. of June to the 3d of July, was 1034, of which ARMY l\10VK IENTS.-Otders
The lv regulating our elections, and len ini; some other roofs slightly damaged. guage. lIe said, yes, that root what his We ha,e a word comfort for the Her 663 died, and 223 remained under. treat- been received at St. Louis from the S
defining" the qualifications of voters, are so Wooden Building chief men had mid. aid. The eastern speculators will ruin them- ment. The number of cases declared on the lary of War for the second rel'rD_
Vague and, indefinite. ia their meaning, that The building occupied by J. T. Myrickas I also told him that if thty really in selves.if they endeavor to keep up the prices 3d ol July was 110. Many families had with. Dragoons to leave that place on the Fla1 I 1'!
1 :-even jurists are at a 1 loss lo determine thcir a Store, entirely down; Mr. 's tended to preserve the geed spirit which of provisions much longer. From all the information drawn from the capital], and shut themselvesup September next for Tallahassee: i in
tiiUnUoru. Hence nuuiy persons having no dwelling, roof off; H. Raney's dwelling now moved them to come forward, now 'wo can gather, the present crop in in their country homes. I The erders also direct that tie troop
11 othrf ioUjost in our country 'Ihsn the money roof off and other wjje damaged; B. S. Haw. is (the (jape, wbeq our blood' is cool andJuu1L the west wilt exceed) any that has been raised Ii Among the deaths announced at Palermo, horses shall be taken by land.

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beyond uecwiafy waiiU ot of the ._1 .._ __ _-- -' ; 'J-L-- ;. :: -'--:;.- -'---
f E FLORIDIA Gold Witch and f tl.chLiD, with the Government> be berraflerpf evented. if I. these : WANTED .. MANSiON HOUSE, NOTlCL O

name of"'William Flourney,AU&Pt1stftd,. 1834," contidentkina be aMed the facilities which will TWO Activt, jDteljonl1ads,to learn the Print- ST. JOSEPH, FLORIDA. indebted o tatkpvc.

,.-- UA1LmraAgRDAY ;, I Ingcl1l -usly worked hy the hand of some female a arise from entitling the treasury to saibfy the business. Apply immediately at THEpnrprietavof the ,Maasioa Bouse begs to ALL'penona CrIU Leoa ewiotjr, dectsar.-

relative and to whom the Coontl! intends public creditors, byita drafts or notes,"received THIS OFFICE. Itnkll friends, and the q imtoediat*:paymcat; u4css
--;; SEPTEMBER 16, 1837. to in payment: of Its public dues, it may be safely NOTICE. public ( which having claims Against sail suite a.hueby podl$
511\1 present it. A company of fifty volunteers will assumed that no motive convenience to the I they have bestowed upon his establishment, and t to preaam th m in proper fsemwithin the dip* presenbed -

thorizeJ and requested to present l leave this place to day, to try to cut them off citizen requires the reception of bank paper." SIX weeks of the after County date, I Court shall or apply Leon to the Hon.for II.ur them that no future exertions shall be spared bylaw to the w rz o they will b

We.re'G. 'rllof'Z'Oj, Esq; as a candidate between: Ochesee and Tennessee Blufl." The financial concerns of the Post Office Department letters of administration upon the estate county of Joseph, ,: to vours.render i worthy 0 a continuance_ 0 iBetr C f\ne bamd. Adm'r oDnrutCbCroft GRANT-"/

the PCP tf Leo county in the it is stated, have, since May last,been Harley, deceased late of said county. To strangers, especially'those inhabitaaU of the I 1837. 1.
1pTCStttt August _
I .
r.egisI2tiVC (1OUflCILce The following in an extract ala letter to the conducted successfully, upon the principle efealing JOSEPH. F. C. HARLEY. Sooth who are desirous of procuring a pleasant! and tt .
t & Sept.16,1837. C
0 editor of the Pensacola Gazelle dated : bealtfry residence the
: d only in the legal of the during summer season, the NOTICE .
auili,.rir.cd and requested l announce "LAGIIANGE, 6th, Sept. 1837. and that further currency nUDtry, NOTICE. i city of St. Joseph offers many oaparalleled advantages SIX months thal pftl.
art candidate no enactments are necessary to I ; the heat of the day is constantly tempered bye owt. and voncherss
as a to ,
JIM ST WAT, repre The Indians have recently committed another L.. persons having demands against the estate
'
the ecure its future success. A th cool and invigorating sea and the ohC oosti oort of Jd'enn ,for a?imf settlement .
bree
Leon county
in next I
r; Of wuntv of William Bryan,deceased, late of Jackson
; eape by killing Mr. Wilkinson Pea
outrage, on of of
The subject of the further tf KDe any large body water entirely ex- and discharge from
respite th acmiaitcl'o
duty county,:are requested to them immediately
C4luncll. present ,
ativc Liver, near Pierman's Ferry, on Tuesday of last i empt the city from any local causes of disease. estate of James Hall,hue ,
f b nds is favovrably! spoken of, and legislation pioperly authenticatedand those indebted to make bathing, of Sa coorfy t
important preservative
JAMES L
week and another tat bulL may ;
wounding Pierman's _
man, ( hereon payment to here .PAR8
be in
authorize1 and requested to announce recommended. enjoyed its greatest Aug.1,1837. 86tnTfCsMkholders ,
.t\1"* ire .PJKISH as a candidate lo repre Ferry is in Dale Co. Ala.) They have als. The report ol the Secretary of the MARTHA P. BRYAN, Adm'jc. ious bath house having been erected on a cmm bottom _
ilL. Treasury, ELIJAH BRY.1N. Adm'r.
d-J' t"Y: of Jefferson( in the next LetlI obhed a house, on Sandy Creek, in this county, i it: iutate.Jho\\'sa filling off iai the revenue from Sept. 1C, 1S37. C-8w of fne.bit sand. Nor are the means of amuse of the Tallahariee ail-road
the sail boats
m are always hand for
1, last." ; at an notftSed that an J Instal
.
jtive counCI t in Sunday : the estimated( receipts for the last year, of about NOTICE. excursion on the beautiful and picturesque bjy, ment oft 1-3-per cent is ordered to be paid t.
By the same japer: we learn that the enterprise : where the little( island of Inch 12th 0
t hree millions. of dollars. It is Kttb, whose gardens September next. By order of the
proposed to ] tile
jp. WALKEB, E q., of St. Marks, ni provide ALL| persons holding rairmagiin t estate are a striking instance of ;' f .1. Prdn ,
li.'TuIrI of his ofbiingini in the hostile Creeks by means :1 for this: and other deficiencies, by retaining Ge .tiln of a large portion neighbours has afforded a scene of general -
.
,
i f ihe friendly Indians, un<> the direction of deceased, are required to them, duly authenticated atrcionto '
.- r preseit
yf .jlgfc,1 consented to become a candidate to he amount of surplus! revenue lo be deposited visiters. Carriages may at any time be THIRTY DOLLARS RE WAR I*. :
procured
fritnt ij the county of Leon in the next laj.: Wilson, has net met with the success an- vith the states in October next, agreeably to the this notice,will within be plead the !time in bar pntr.ribed of ib( =:ir by law, or and the: drive along the beach combines the peasure! RUNAWAY from the plattio of Dr.ASH-. .
l-"rrttn".Council-. Vicisui. l icipated. Only eighteen recovery. of inhaling the breezes and viz.- -
or twenty have been sea gratifying the his wife
l aw of the 23d of June 1SSG Those indebted to said make eye
; and until that estate ai e required to TYKE.
induced to come in- the remainder still maintainQ immediate the subscriber. by a succession strikingly beautiful scenery. and FRANK. Ten dollars will b paid .
authorized and requested to nnnouncc hostile altitude. mount can be received from the banks,the issue payment ALEX.to Jdm'r. With these attractions, and many others which it (livery of either of the above Frank .

? cc j sre Wf. Banncrnian as a candidate to lepreibe ---- IIf treasury notes is recommended, to be redeemed Sept. 15th 1837. TURNER 6-2m would be tedious to euumcrate, the proprietor of theMansion dark mulatto about 22 years o ngs te.0 his
'county ef Leon in the next Legislative The President's message.The I as it 14 received. House offers to the public a table supplied wife black. The two last WM.JOI1rlON o

Charleston Cc'unerof the 8th instant, COTTON GINS. with every delicacy, to which the bay contributes a ,
Council. : : The above recommendations and suggestions' GINS, of various sizes, for sale rich supply of fish, among which are the GreenTurtle 2-4t Manager for Dr. Ash". .
received\
last
on Thursday contains the message: submitted for the COTTON Pompino Flounder, .
authorized and requested to announce are refutation of the fiscal: I terms, hy Sheepsheail A
ft are tlf President Van Buren, delivered before both D. WILLI bar stocked with the choicest win and licmnrs, and REGULAR P ACKT8 .'
M. SCOTT psaMndidate to represent J cffcr,1111 concerns of the government, and a belief is ex A.US & Co. Agents. SCHOONER
) 1 louses of the 5th int-l. The Monticello, 9 I37. 5-4t chambers furnished with excellent beds, [linenc.. Ldy
in ihe Legislative Council.aa'boriifd Congress on great Sept. 'k
prCOUDty pressed that their operation will!! afford relief to --- His. personal attention always given to the Washington, M swi' .> .
l ength of this document ptecludesthe possibility JAMES II. TAYLOR wi b master, and 4
the people al large, so far as is compatible with comfort of hia guests he can confidently assure .
Vie are and requested to announce flaying it before our readers: in lo-day'spaper, S duly authorized as my agent during my ab: them that nothing shrl be found wanting. -I 'ington, Jefferson master.
duties In .
WILLIAM!, Esq as a candidate represent the the ofgovernnient. regard to indivi I[ from the I will run asregu1arpack. ,
sence
.9RA1 ,
but the interest manifested in ROBERT STRONG.
jntTof Leon :in the next Legislative Council. > regard to it, has dual cases, the message says : Territory.JOHN D. PARISh I N.B. "J steamboat is established to run regularly ets between St. Mark and N. Orleans. For lmgY "

induced us to attempt a short abstract. We "'j hose who look tu the action of this Govern- August 2C, t 1837. 3.5t between this city noW and Su Marks,and arrangements or passage apply to Swaim. Loyd & Co, St JI

,,care, authorized and requested to announce hall publish it entire in our next paper. ment for specific aid to the citizen, to relieve embarrassments COTTON GINS.- are making for a line from N. Orleans, or Nov.to Kerr 18 &1836.. Kirksey, Tallahassee.'
f5
E. DENNIS, Esq. ns a candidate to which will afford the shortest
and
IStHci repreI The message commences by an allusion to arising from losses by revolutionsin most pleasant -_
of Leon In the received a supply Jonathan Robinson's route between
I tie county next Legislative JUST that bee and the North. 1
.4jsciI. the general embarrassments in the commercial commerce and credit, lose sight of the ends Griswold if Font's: COTTOX GINS,and for GROCERIES.

; I world, which, in the general derangement of business or which i it was created, and the powers with sale by HAYWARD Sf AUSTIN. MIDDLE DISTRICT-FRANKLIN WE have just received from New Orleans a
which it is clothed. Il established s29th 4-Gw SUPi i Bacon Claret Wine
Tallahassee 1837.
Madeira
was to give Aug. ivocc ,
We ire authorized and requested to announci: !, IMS extended to all classes! of the commu COURT. Wine o
to all in lawful and Whiskey, which we will
!security us o.ir honorable TFiLLUM FOT.BES
9.FIONAS BROWN, ni a candidate to represent lily, and even, in a measure, retarded the operations pursuit's under the ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. 1 Assumpsit. Attachment for l l'S. low for cash. 4c. lI
of Leon in lasting safeguard republi
ple county the next Lrgislativift ($ issued July I5.h,
will be sold SATURDAY the 16-.li 0.50. O. H. E.
on 4- LINDENBERGER
of Government.The I
institutions. II JOSHUA
intended 7
I, can was not to confer TERI GRANT and
Returnable
NO-
the the S (1837. July 29 *
residence of late S. Pee I t 1337. 51 -
.:... principal causes which have led to special J favors ou individuals: or on any classes ol tiles, the entire stock CATTLE belonging to said CHARLES JFHEATOX J vcuibcrTcrm, J137. -
autliorited and them: to create systems Agriculture, manufactures i fJlHE defendant in sid case. and rcS.rs ; .I I
in : requested lo announce these embarrassments are alleged to br, "over est ate. Terms at sale. '. ol n.JBL. NOTICE. -
,'iujin M. RAKcoLtH, Esq, as a candidate trtsent ( actiwn in all of business "btimu or trade ; or to engage in thrm, either I AI : DUVAL teres tea, -:1. :.ahc ::-z1ceoftheinl1uj0' 0 CI r H. M.DAVIDSON & REUBEN SCOTT
the people of Leon county in ihe nex departments SejA; : ahj"! cr in cnox1' !} wjji: ; individual citizens -. !$it2.: Adm'r of S.1MY dec'd., aid suit, and of the issuing of said writ of attachment R. are my agents to transact business of
iislttive Council. lated lo its destructive by excessive and to and any
consequences or organized associations. If its operation I I appear pl ad to the declaration mine in Gadsden county. Mr. Davidson is also au-

issues ()bank paper, and other facilities for were to be directed for any one class, equivalent i MULES FOR SALE. fled in aid made action, according to the statutes in I horizfd to receive and pay the debt of the late 6m
case and
WriTe a utlirized and requested 'to announc the acquisition and enlargement of credit." This: iivors must' in justice, be extended to the rest THE Subscriber offers for sale a team of six; CHARLES provided.3. SIBLET frm of Harrison and Wilder.

'iL?'. F. ALLEY :as a candidate to represencounty L has induced great numbers: to embark in and the attempt to bestuw such favors with an rate MULIS. Theynre yotm"and well Dated .Jug. I, 1837. Att'y of PI't WM. H.WILDER.
UadsJeu specu broke. The wagon (madeby Watson ofYorkPa.! )) 52m Apalachicola 1st 1837. 33-6ra
of( in the next Legislativ'acncil. equal hand, or even te select those who should August \
latiuiis different kinds in lands 'in
and the
existing or gears may also be purchased. NINETY-FIVE -
deserve them would DOLLARS
most
never be Buccesslut.! REWARD

anticipated cities, to make expensive:: improvements All communities a!e apt to look to Government Tallahassee, Sep is?. 1837.BAKER JOHNSON.4-if F IFFY dollars reward will be paid for the ap. 1 LL persons holding NOTICE.claims against Patterson :

\Veire authorized requested to announce to contract "luxurious habits, l by whicl i for too much. Even in our own country, where: I prehension and deliver of Pierson Bridges I ,late of Jackson deceased Jam J
are
it ALBERT J. Dnzitn, as n cnndiJate to rewnt agriculture has l been neglected, and the import its powers and duties are so strictly limited, we ELECTION. a nd John Rows, dcsrte my company al I requested to present them,county duly ,authenticated, .

the county of Jefferson in the, next Lc aiion ol grain from Europe rendered necessary. are prone to do so, especially at periods of sudden NOTICE is hereby given, that an election for Camp for the Cal on the ?either th irl of or twenty-five dollars I within the time prescribed by law,or this notice willbe ;i

live Council.Hv"eareaui"nzcdand. The extensive credit furnished our citizens by embarrassment and distress. But this ought L to represent the Co. of Leon 845' for ddircryof lx v I<. and them. 1 will also pay plead in bar rf their recovery. All persons indebted .
net to be. The frameis of our excellent constitution at the ensuing session of the Legislative Council delivery of George to he estate are hereby required to make
Ccere Bullock
foreign cal'italists-tbc withdrawal of the stir and ot t the Territory of Florida, will be held in the said I Eli and Harrison A'mgletary, o,r i immediate payment to the subscriber. 'Jl
/ the who
i requested to n tnneunce.I.UAI.'I. people approved it with I for eithei of them the last 1
: plus revenue fr:) n circulttllm.-tbe fire al county of Leon, on Monday, the 9th day of Ocio- ; having ben MAUY PATTERSON, Adit''x. ,j.
\\. GIBSON, Esq. as a candidate to re'b"tDt great calm and sagacious deliberation, acted at the drafted,and deserted or so I
thc them\elve
her
next, at ibllowing precincts, viz : secretet thtt Jackson ,29ih July.1837. 53
county 2m
ihe people! of Leon county' i in the nex New York in December, 835, by which million! :i time on a sounder principle. They ivselyjud:
7isliliVC\: : Council. of capital: was totally!! lost, arc also alleged as that the less government' interferes with private of E W Dorsey, A Crane, nnd L A Maddca.. .u! 26. 1837. 3 Captain.LIST NOTICE. '

, among the causes of the present embarrassments pursuits, the better for the general: prosper 2. Ai Cu'.hb--r.'s Store, Shell Point, under the OF LETTERS remaining in the Pot t! 4 IX weeks after date, I shall apply to the Hon- 'I \ ,

[Vtare authorized and requested lo announc The objects pointed out for the attention :. iiy. Its: not its legitimate object to make men I uperintendence of A. J. Forrester, E. C. Walker, at Tallahassee, Flo., on the 1st d..yof the Judge of the County Court of Jeffiron ,'J ;;
liriLLUM IJrYATT, as a candidate to oCongress rich, ur to repair, by different grants of money Ir and E. Winslo\. September 1837, and not before adrcrti.sed. conn'y, for letters of administration on the estate _
.
Ihe people of Lean in the next repre Lesure a re-- or legislation in J favor of particular pursuits, 3. A. Blocker's X Roads, under the suprinten taken out within ninety days, they wi b sent to Joseph. Carter, deceased. 't
county -
To law the dence Joshua Byrd, Hamilton the General l'ostoffice dead RACHAEL
Council. regulate by safe-keeping, trans losses: not incurred in the public service. This a CARTEETr I':
fer, and disbursementnf; the public! moneys ; tc,I would be substantially to use the property of I Peter Chaires. Andrews Mary Lester William Capt 1-6w By.J. M. Scott AttorneyMARSHAL'S .
At Tallahassee under
designate' the funds to be received and paid hv,, some for the benefit others. But its real duty Ir 4. the superintendence of Atkins Jca Lea Wm John .
William : S. H. Dnval. and Richard Shaef SALIJ.
.
THa ELECTJIIN.-Se\'ertl of the Candidate HI'liuc kinson Jane
:; the Government to enable the William C
; treasury In meel I -that duty, the performance of which makes a 'er. Miler i

Council. from Leon county, have for tielen } promptly every demand upon it; to prescribe tin good Government tile meal precious of human 5. At Smith's, Blnck! Creek, under the superintendence Brown Jallzell Palin Tnomas 11 MiehaeUFilliamHenry Moore Thos 2 BY virtue and, (plurIe in pursuance)issued of oat:of certain the Superior writ of 11

i days been on their circuit visiting: thBt :. terms (indulgence, and the mode of settlement blesin'TS-ls to enact and enforce: a system of of James Hart, John Smith, and Frederick BUll James R. 2 Morehend Mrs Gout of the Middle District of Flaiida, in and for I ,

precincts, &. where the number presen I lo be adopted, as well! id collecting from individ. general laws commensurate with, but nol ex Scott. Billingsby Jas A JMcGr.ff the ccunty of Jefferson, returnable to November '

tUrarrant f mounted the and edi uals the revenue that has accrued, as in withdrawing cecding, the objects: of its establishment! : and I 6. At Tatum's, under the superintendence ol Billingsby James McGriff Etnly 2 term, 1837, in which James L Parish is plantfn .
,
slump. it from former depasitories; and to de to leave every citizen! and every interest to reap, John Tatum, Sdmue Sexton. nnd Lionel Fletcher. Baldwin .4 D 2 McDonald Donald John B Scott defendant, I shall on Saturday tbert '
the people by a speech. This is well: tbe vKe:Ind a opt such further measures, within the under its Iwiiijn j protection, the rewards of virtue 7. At ferry. under the lupriutencJenct 3etzel! While Mabry Elisha L day of October, 1337,at the court house in Moru.

line right to kn(,w the views and doc constitutional competency of Congress, as willIe 1 1I indusiy, and prudence." of Willis.Horace C. 'Viher Elijah Branch John Molloy Richard cello, in said county, in legal h6r sell at pbc :

i entertained by their representatives. Jf'etand best calculated revive tile enterprise and I Beack J J Morgan Peter 2 auciicn, the following slaves
I At Pa rih's Store, under the superintendence of Benet William Sena Jude Gilbert .
; that on Saturday next it is their in promote the prosperity of the country. JAMES K. POLK has been re elected Speaker.Hie Milc Blake, Jame Joyner, and Andrew Taylor. Branch NI'hfr.: Merrect McCraine James Allen adios,, M.ly, Jlmj J3ac !;Gibrtjr, M.uih. Cor.- I'
l""r ilic ticiitc nrit4vf, auU UitltiirscnuTiof
,
n i lo )hold I forth 1o the people of Tallahasseelit I rote stood for Polk 116, for Bell 103. Scal 9. At lichee's, under: superintendence c if Uljckham William Nas'.i! .'.tfilesHrcwiter .'ls", household and kitchen furniture farming '
Capitol Square. lie revenue, national and stale batiks havialways terinz 5. Absent members 13.Fnan John I.wis, Reuben r1nning.; and John II. She i W I Orchard R D utensih,3 horse! I mule,3 cows and caUes,and tl j J .
with ar.d! limited exceptionsbeen"
temporary lce. Bryan Penny John 0 S one four wheel road wa on-
-- heretofore employed! ; but, :ihi liongli advocates At Cromartie's,un.ler the superintendence ol Bullcrncld Betty Themas Ponder Mary Levied on a' the property of said defendant ;

c publish to-day the account of the gale! of>] of each system are still to be found, it i is the .flpalachicola Gazette, September 9. Crornartie, Char Uannerman, and John LVicktrs. Brittle Thos H Peebles Stephn S sold under said execution issued upon a de ad '

x -SI, given :n the Apalachic Gazelle of apparent that! the events SIr the last few mnulbslIa On Wednesday night about 11 o'clock, r Brantley Jack Pennington J arMS M said court for the foreclosure ofa mortgage gireit !

inst. A later number of thai "C greatly augmented! the desire,long existini! our citizens were alarmed by the cry of fire. 11. At Jgnolalnder the superintendence o 11: Bradford. Thos A Pitman Michael by him to said Tllil'if dated 28.'h day of Feb.,
paper rents knjjmin and John Usmlin-
Bailey
the j of the United States \ and Chaires T P Porter 2 1833, for in.'eresand costs according I
the loss II( ) be romcn-hat less than was among ]>copc! la sepa immediately got up, following the Given under my hand at Tallahasse, this 29il: Calhoun Elizabeth 'VJla- 1. bides ,
rite the fi Duval J P
RANDOLPHMarsI.J.l
steamboats
si supposed. The Henry Rome James
I those of individuals I \ or corporations. mil-streets, we found the Drick Store of G. L. .i. THOMPSON '
Dorspy John Roberson W W ByS.JIDUVJLD. 2
ell and Edwin Forrest will be raised and ;
The President unequivocally\ expresses himself l.. Middlehrook, occupied by A. T. Ben- 4-tf J C C L C Dawsey Thos A Reuse James Datet August 17, 1837MARSHAL'S !
I, and ihe srhr.' Orleans is thought: In be the re-establishment or Dorse Thos Ruff Andrew
to NOTICE.IX y
as opposed a na net, Dry Good Merchant, und S. A. Olds,
I tly! injured. Great exeriions are nowg lional bank, in the following\ language: Merchant Taylor, was all in flames-itj'onn weeks after date I shall apply to the Hon Damand John Secretary of Slate 2 SALE.
to repair the damaged buildings, and toe Judge.of the County Court of Leon for Drake Edwin A Stewart,Giles BY virtue and in pursuance ofa certain writ
I county
".\ 'ain lo create a national bank, as a fisraajretit I extended to the one adjoining, ownedby Dairs, Dennis Shine, James ,issued out of the o ,
eitcrs ol administration the estate of Superior Court
the rubbish. It is reported by the pilot! ( :; : would l he to disregard) the popular will I, Nourse <$/ Brooks, and the one story T. Glisson, deceased, late upon of sid county. Wright Davidson,Melon SwetmonJohn the Middle! District of Florida,in and (

i East 1 Pass, that the storm has altered: the mice; solemnly and unequivocally expressed. Ono i store in the rear of G. L. Middlebrook's, HENRY H. WALKER. Evans, David L l Such, David A of Jefferson, returnable to November o ler th cuntY aid ;

. I at that )place, and a parly ha.:, been *enl question (If domestic! policy is there stronger! fronting on Commerce-st., and the Wooden Dated August., 1837. 36w Paircluth, Wilson Somalo,S'ra, da D.milri court, in which writ the Governor of the Territory 4 .
evidence Ihat the sentiments Clfa large majority Feild, J W, JuJgo Shcrrill, Jhn I of Florida is plintif aad John M'DowelIjr.Joluy

mme it. are deliberately! fixed, and I cannot concur wili building formerly occupied by Mr. Williams NOTICE.TiE Ferguson,Tyre Simpson,Thos M'Dowel Fairctoth! are defendants I
----"------ SUBSCRIBER Fisher Alfred A 2 Saxon the 7th
Henry OL
who think in as a boarding! hou e, which were nil intending to remove from Saturday dayofOctobcr,1837.eIlat
recent events
fie new town laid offal{ Tennessee Bluff, I is those they see, a consumed. Our citizens active the Territory, offers tor sale a valuable F.oma Edward Tre.dwel William Dr the cour house in Jtfonticello,on said day Ir
IOLA which in the Indian proof that these sentiments: arc,or a reason that I were very tract of LAND, situated abut six miles from Tal- Graham Aichabald S gal at public auction, for rash, folio win Ie. ;

.. ., _, u language_ t Icy should he, cllau ed. and goon got the fire under. The lose I is: ahas-ee, near Lake Jackson, containing:400 acres Graham Eliza Tooker, Cornelius JGlasscock land of said defendant, John Jf Do tie, viz.- East
i ntgn Wi'jT. It is 75 miles Irom 4pala 'My own vnws ol Hie subject are uncliargcu. considerable, jet we are hipny to learn apart 150[ of which are cleared and under cultivation.He .- : ivnu Turner, Richar B and west halfof N E quarter ((action 2',township

by the river, and 28 from St. Joseph in They have been repeatedly and unreservedly was insured. also offers for sale the growing rrop and stock, Gatlin Tuton, 1 2, range 3, Sand E-sl ball: oN E quarter sees I

'gut line,to which .Iacc there is a rail-read announced to my fellow citizens, who, with full the nnd and a set of Blacksmith tot a..d farming utensil?,, Hester WiUon Thompson, Andrew TlR4SandEcastlmajfofN I EIsee4T1 \
I knowleJj nf( them, conferred me the two Nothing stops industry perseverance and a cotton gin.; Hall William 2. Tucker. Jane ofR4 E-EJ ofN VH S4T1SoR4Eandthe

, iress.'cti highest offices;: of the ::!.)\'ernmenl.upon On the last 1 of our citizens haid times, gales, This tract was formerly o\ned by Capt. H. F Flill Samuel M Ulmer, Joseph EJ NE 1 of S 28T, I, R 8, S and E, aD the improvements
-- --------- t thunder end lightning, and the combined elements : Simmons, has. un it a valuable mill seat, and from Heir Robt Van,Keidar thereon.
f'these occasions I Jell it due to the
a rOil THE ABOLITIONISTS. the 11 thlirec people; toapprize its location possesses other considerable ndvantgci, Holmes IK-nry .i JHlson, tErn 6 Levied upon and to sold the property of aaicT
not their onward march. The b a
black, named Henry Williams i, from them distinctly, 111311 t in the event (If my stop For terms "Pi-ly to the proprietor on the plantation. Hei rin Amy C JFhitaker, W B John !I'Dwel, one said satisfy
V election, would not lie able to co-operate in the roofs that were torn off on Water-street are TllOAlAfcSIMSON.August Hancock Anscn IFhiuker, John said according to law. defenan&to "
fork, was taken up and examined l here re-establishment: of a national bank. To these: nearly all repaired. The red river raft-like 25th, 1837. 3-tf Harrel Luke JFhitaker, Samuel IIHarrng T/JOS. ESTON RANDOLPH, MByS.ILDUVALD.M.

,d'rD. L. White, of Gadsden county, who sentiments,1 have now only to add the expression i of Water-street is fust disap NOTICE. Mary IFhitaker M.garet Miss .

? him ta be transported beyond the limits of an increased conviction, that the rc-eta appearance pearing. person*owning lots within the limits of the Jenkings J.mc S Walker, Ang. 19, 1837. 2-t '

Territory. The negro after hearing the hlishment of such a bank, in any form, whilst it ;: ... ALL of the city of Tallahassee, are Jones Lcmmon Wilson, Archibald 2 NOTICE. ., *:-
Lee 2 Wnite Tnomas
,
Rogers
Cf.and lng t.ld he would subject him would not accomplish the beneficial purpose; promised Hereby notified to cense the same on or before Saturday Alfred 2 Willis Jonathan LL persons indebted to the estate of
MARRIED ,
Levy A
Wiia
hits advocates, would! impair the right next, the t of all nuisances calculates: Lee, late of Leon deceased
I-bc6o1d if lie returned, declared his mien Ail (If the popular will, injure the On the I9.th inst. by Sam'l. II. Duval, E supremacy
returning and the law Charles Beckstein, to Mrs. Tel &1l Maiche, all o f description. All LOTS not attended. to by the Livingston C Wyatt William, Col claims payment
to influence
submitting ,say character and diminish the el eur political time Linton T J Alexander having against said este DOi
this city. above( stipulated will be cleansed the hands
I lie weuld rather live a servant here thin system; and bring one? more inle existencea the that by Lorimer J. H 2 fled to present them authenticated within the le '

V !Ibe risk starving i ip New Y irk. Whal concentrated moneyed power, hostile to the NOTICE.! and employed charged by to the CityCorporationfor owner of said lots; and purpse eent, IC7": Persons calling for the above letters wil Ii] il prescribed forever barred.by law Lathe WILLIAM subscriber LEEJdm'r.they .b

cnt this upon the comparative: condition spirit, and threatening the (permanency, of our of the owners refusing to pay for said work, the lots plea say advertized. I. G. SEARCY, P. M I .
weeks after date, I will) apply to the Jude Sept. I 1,1837. July 2 18 5LCOT'rON <
instil utione. SIX will be sold auction the Talaha
at 43w
republican : public fIr paymeatofth
negroes ol lthe North and South, and the the County Court of Leon county for letters -

:icat 1 and felonious efforts ol the Abolitionists The connection of the Government with the of administration on the estate of Joseph DGrisett. same. S. U.CObRTNEY NOTICE. GINS. _

. ) dtstribution of late of said county, deceased. TALLAHAISIC, Sept. 7, 1837. THE SUBSCRIBES have just received "
IC fccrvants of southern travellers when local banks, f"r the deposit and Tallahassee, Aug. U, 1837. % City.arshal.NOTICE. .
'V HAWKINS.Sept. .
M. indebted to the Union Bank of Florida Cotln : superior quality, I j
i g.t them cannot be persuaded or bribeJ-In the public i-e\Tnue, has, in the opinion of the 1C, 1837. C-6w THOSE not renewed their notes and payed the late maufator of N. G.'Blot of Ki

t their masters, kidnapping is legalized fur President, proved unsuccessful. The frequent SIX months afrer date I slid present my vouch up the interest are notified that we sal proceed to ton, N. ar made on a p
NOTIC ., and apply the Hon. the Judge of the colicct without delay.- desire from his former make of Gins and of we.best :
"fllte funds t
withdrawal lme
rp '4 let, while those of the north, rejecting causing the !banks to curtail their discountsandcall SIX the County Couit of Leon county foi letters and discharge from the administration of the and pyint up the interest without unreasonable term Apply BENJAMIN BYRD.& Co.Maoha,2

L tell oflbeir fancied lilnrrty, are volunta i in thtir debts, are stated as fiequent causes )administration on the estate of John Biail, late of; estate ol Capt. John !ill late of Gadsden couatyFlorida. d DUVAL & ALLEN. July, 1837_ & I
said deceased. (5-3w) Att'ys for Union Bank. ,
,
king a contented home and sure support embarrassment and distress! to I the community;; county JURY CHRISTINA BRAIL. JONA. ROBINSON, NOTICE. -

the planters l the south.i I and their repealed failures in the performance of Sept. 1C, 1837. 6 August 12, 1837. Adminitrator. NOTICE. SIX. months after date, I a nMm I
these functior.II, render them wholly unfit to be II 6 IX Weeks after date the subscriber will,makeapplication and vouchers, apply .
medical College of Georgia. NOTICE. to the Hon.Judge of the County County Court of Jefenl county, for a b.u *
; i Caters.-Col. J. J. Pitman writes us employed in future. It is maintained that all in this institution will i meat and the
Course of Lectures indebted to Ue estate of Asa H.L Court of Lon County, for letters of administration fro r
fllsrianna, under date of ihe 11th instant banks lor this purpose may be dispensed wilh-- THE on the third Monday ((16th) of next ALL peisons, late of Leon courty,deceased, are requested on the elto Francios Drereux, deceased. estate of Thomas Delphy,late of saidcountydc..

..1 Cot.. Brown has just returned from a three that these duties may be imposed upon: officersof October, and be continued as usual to the last of lo make immediate payment; and th..se hUe; CHARLE ceased. JAMES 1 PARISH Adm'r.
instead of tuetlird Wednesday 9th Aug. 19, 1537. 2.6m f fi fijiutw
'i 'tour in West FUrida. The Indians government, who can render every facility March.of The this let month of April, will, be commencoment day- iag claims against said estate form within ere hereby the notified time t September S-6w

in
them ,
[taken to flight, the gallant Colonel pur heretofore afforded; and, under the control and The Professors are, present by law, prpr undersned, or they will prescribed LOST, abut the 23th ult. a GREYHOUND NOTICE.

1 ftanon. Bear Creek, near, the Andrews supervision ..I! Congress' can be safely and c.nvenienlly L. A. Dujrat, M. D. ef Anatomy.: forever barred. ED/V. P. GRANT, b formed Persian-had breed on,-a color chain pale collar yellow with"Goldsborough" Sec. '&l.c 51, of the Legislative Caa ef U>e 11 .
3 entrusted with the fiscal of Charles Davis, Jtf. D. (formerly of Charleston,) of Adm'rofAsa U. very delicately Florida. :
ntnrtnl times in of them but he concerns Rboe it and the 187.
sight ( engraved on comes t f
and .
I Chemistry Pharmacy. further enacted That it be the
,
August i do
the nalion. "Dudu. A suitable ward will be ci BE
. -. tlIs.e having. expired three or four Joseph A. Eve, M. D. of Therapntics and Malaria 1,18. name paidfor of the Overseen* of the several roads, lo Imlk
2r** and his bar The character of the funds lo be received and Medica. NOTICE TO OVERSER ROADS. her return to me. J. H. RANDOLPH; return of the names of the several defksriten ;
I, men being greatly
0$? aid :disbursed in the transactions of Government is George M. Newton, M. D. (just returned from Europe Law eaford its utmost rigor Pept. 7th, 1837. 5-tf teir roads, to one of the commissioners of their -
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THE
*Jr f1 om out, was compelled to ,give ,) Physiology and Pathological Anatomy.L. t aU who coniinie t leave obstutionlin NOTICE respective distiicts, at least tea days before'their i

lcT Purauit; and discharge them. Yes discussed, and, as the public revenue has heretofore D. Ford, M. D. of Institutes of Medicine and the roods leading to and rom Tallahassee. weeks after date,I shall apply to the Bon ,sitting thereafter. .

? 1W lliD DJ vis arrived from St Andrews been receivable only in grid and silver,or Medical 1 Jurisprudence. VIATOR, SIX Judge of the County Cot of Jefferson, I for The next regular meeting or sitting of the commissioners 1

M 114 brings- intelligence that J5 Indians its equivalent, it is hoped that the present Con Paul F. Eve, M. D. of Principles and Practice of September 9. 1837. 52w letters of administration on te eatato of the late wi be o the first 8atuday'in 0 I
;
ber mil defaulters will ae riggidlr :
Surgery. of a&id .
BANK NOTICE. Jacob Carter, county, nel 4
:1 )Irtre seen making their way towards grow will not legalize the receipt of bank notes A. Cunningham, M. D. of Theory and Practice o f all decu..EIZ&CARTE. CQ..Icu. ..

, Chiclaabout sixty.f whom had guns; not redeemable in specie, but will continue the Medicine. NOTICE is hereby over i in giren the Union to persons Bank of having Flon I By her Attorney, Sott. 2nd Road d Leoa_ C j
- Diseases
Obstetrics and of 6tb 1837.
)I. Antany, M. 1 D. of 1837. Sept. .
.cin be no doubt but they intend (as policy hitherto pursued.The Females and Infants.! da, thu writs will b issued in every such.cas e, .Ac .n, J-w J

3 *4[ they would) making their way to message says,- Wm. Henry Robert, Prosector. unless the demand arranged will before be made the return NOTICE. I! NOTICE. t

nation. This panyno doubt are It is, however, a mistaken impression, that Fees for the full cour>e, the eight tickets, $12 day; and that no arrangement short ef a settlement aftr;edemnd SIX week after date. application will be made IXw.eksaflerdate,1Sha11apIytOtheYUdge t :
any large amount ofspecic is required for pubic: Demonstration, once, JO suit i cmmenc fal that or of ihe County Court (or the county ofthoCount1rCourtcL.eone.nfltyfOt1et. r
Eucheta tlat burned and murdered Of the seventy or eighty millionsnow Matriculation, once, ''j ol r are aso noifed al of Leon far letters of administration on the es Lets administration on the estate-of Helen David-1 i J

I 6t BU of Roanoke, ..'one of iliern that payments.estimated u) b< in (be country, ten raillons Diploma Circular, 30 wl space b oC thirty da sto. not tate of the late Kedar Van. son, de'd, late oj said conn'JOHN. S.TAYLOL- '
to ,
)S L..at For particulars, 4c. see or apply HORACE VANN.
engagement. and MET HIS tvn would be abundantly sufficient for that purpose, PAUL F. EVE, Dean of Faculty. JOlN PARKn'' ,Cub'r.lltembr 9 1$37. 4wT Sept.5,1837. 1, '
5i Sept. 5' .
hnt been the accumulation of of S 2, 1 w I ,
: murderer of peter provided an a large amount Augusta, Ga. ADJ. 7. 6 187 -
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.. OTlCE.-Six months from date I will apply IS recommended to all pareais, Dunes and rtb- Offers tor sale..on accommodatingtermsbis \ IX Iron fraaaed eottoa(fes, fraaa Braiolree ma. Edraredfi ."& -. 1{
I '1 to the bonoi able Sears Bryan Jodgt of the en who hare the maaagrmeot or cltOdrea. as BOUSE and Lotsituated oo S au.fAdory.upectrtliUiIy at $t. Marks ta UM a small Dark Bey ft) wp

i! < JietapnCoTmty.iobe dwcharged the! most effectual woajc DESTROTOW mediciue yet Monroe Street in the city of Tallahas I Brie Lavina, (or sale( at tilt maauacturer'spnce. and tail, paees well,*adJI a att

''ttl t?? tanner admmistr talon of the etuta of diseorered. see. The Lot measures 1 JO feet front : T. R.BET"tON. UM aaaM* time,: _

ftia Rix; deceased.l This syrcp besides bcls:a safe and active vermifuge by 100 feet rear. The house is a convenient spacious Nor IS 183C. Hlf years eW; eoe reeenUy bn,& 1M .
f WILSON ROYAL Adm'r. is agreeable and pleasant to tie taste,and and comfortable residence, independent ortbat' Any pcrsoa who .! delivertf. j

April !. 18"1. 37-gm n o child will refuse to take it. portion, which is now occupied as a Fancy TIN WARE. lIuJa CO me 011r plantalirto Dietl as -'

UTICk-z: months ufter dale I sltatl mQ DIA lie; mZ6D It is also happily calculated for preventing and I S wre. THE subscriber will carry oti T orlo R. Bnry..EIJ.1'. iaflak'e

: :. .JT aecutuand vouchers to iht Hon.presentJT the AUCTIONEER removing many other disorders to which children He also offers for sale his unimproved lot, on : the Tin Ware manufacturing aba be liberally rewarded. Arty

ty Court of Leon County as administrator ASDCommlsston diarrhza are subject or soch looseness as bowel, vomiting or sum and er purging complaint is, the back.200 loot street, measuring ICO feet front by lEO .business and will at all I times them win be gladly received by -

MI. the esute. of Jacob Uorrer, dec. and aptly for Merchant. invaluable! for those which children have co bad a general assortment JOlL"i &T_\ ,
allaying
pains The subscriber will also dispose of his eDtireslock either March m 1337 -11.NOTIC&Th
JeUiri wry on caid cauie.sru _g A\ :, mAlI> 3Ioodaysaad Saturday suffer in cutting "heir teeth and if previouslynsed at wholesale or
lilt. utcw.: SELL in Trade comprising a most general assortment retail on as reasonable terms as can be sold in
1f' Ifaxek Nr' York St. Marks line Packets will render this operation of nature rlectly of Fancy and Staple Good, Groceries any Southern market- *> lIa'e'
2Stb.le.31. 33 <
m .mild and free from It is efficacious '
danger. equally Hardware Grocery "fr*. &c. His Stock is large Country merchants and others are invited to occupted by P- .
QiX i in rickets and in the infantile remittent fever. Isis and well assorted, with such goods as are well w here horses will be received at Lit
themselves.
months afier dale I ah ail ef ply to ihe lioo. all and satisfy ,
recommended with the assurance that it is folly the market. h eat custom particularly attended e
adapted
to
t
Je i ot the County Court of Jefferson Coun- t. WM. H. FRARC1S.Tallahassee. .
IT. for a inal discharge from the aJu nia&.ralio. o! a adeoante to the purposes intended, and that much For particulars apply to R. J. Hackry! or Hugh Jan.. 14, ;. 23tf Horses hired on the sho 1es& not ee.1faebaUeDtioo
1t good he derived from its simplicity and innocence paid that will
Archer
u.e tsUU of Be man-in Sttn.'Ltiotuid may my authorised a reader the .
CH
ci f_ kcU,12L1! March Ib37. 32 6m. be empliyed in this line, M sail frjm ei Directions accompanying e3ch bc'.tc.narshalTs Tal1ahL.seeDec.7l8, %. 18-if 1P tD.n.'aCOU.lUISIO.Y Tallahassee MICHAEL LEDWITHt.
ther compound Syrup of Feb. 18 1831.
port-A vessel 1 will sail on the 8h and 24th of JJJERVH.JJNT .
mouths ifler date shall!! ac every month and oftener sheuld Liverwort.For i. Atf2f! .
present my : TO THE l
patronage re-
SIX ) No. 60 WATER ST. New
YORK. ASTIUL\TJCACOX8U
sk sad Touchers as aJn.minister; oo the coughs, cud, asthmas, spitting fir blood, I =
state of Harris Buin.y ute of Leon County and quire.WM.. WYLLYS PRATTseot N. York liver complaints, whooping cough, and all diseases Offers his service to the merchants of Alabama THE moat to pmacnc! <d r tal.r i .1\

apply fcr a discharge. rilMON T.1YLOR. I ROB'T LYON, Agent St..Varks. of the breas:and lungs. :Geoigia and Florida in the purchase of Goods civilized aocietT-tarr
April ". It37. -6m St..Marks..ipril 15 1837. 1 he restorativpowersofthis mnlicicc in diseases I Wares and 1tercha di In the purchasing and -may generally je traced te the JbII j .

J -. 36-ly'r. of the LUDJS have been altered by the most selecting! of whole stocks of goods, or in assorting d isorders, m .ligbtbtt IteCleet.d fcVMI. It .

NOTICE. NOTICE. respectable physcians both of Europe and this them. Having had long experience in the purchasing tt appears that ass hundred aaJ fiAins the

SIX months after date we .lll apply to tic persons who are indebted to E. B. country. It pusies sedative, expectorant and of goods for Alabama, Georgia and Florida .Ireadfel die annually ofthe coesomptioa. fosh'

of ibs county court of Gidwlcn county, THOSE S. by note or tonic properties, ind hence aSate! fevers, mitigate he dattcrs himself that any orders entrusted mulls auy be attributed to _
for a Anal di chaige Irom ihe administration of isi1y requested to make immediate account are earn coughs, and almest iastsntly removes slight and : to him will be with sat is faction on the part of those and a aegugeat Ir lmeat of the btraasi.giu.

the. estate ef Hosca Wilder laie of aiJ conntv., the subscribers before the first of September payment as all to recent cokh, urliUt it gives immedia'e relief to I ty- who may favor him with their basinets. t hat generally 111DeS-'hich :. 'lIr ?

I ".f6t account* remaining unpaid at that date wilt be those which fron neglect have assumed a more Refer to Messrs. Oakford & Whitcomb, and dlffiult breathlo pain: JB the .y, and
JACOB H. pat and seldom fails the __ Baldwin .Ibwins. ieYor!. Wra- c crated Langs. I wlent a t
WILDCB., > Adminis-lt.the buds of an attorney fur collection. dangerous character to cure ; Mauer, aaij rspeateij AsiJu
WM. ri. U ILULRJ J trators: E. BARN.fRD, Jr. 4CO.. mos. obstinate CAMS. I I IIi I II Tallahassee.l-'lo.-\ in. G Purer, ApaUchkr, t Acks. al.u briag oa Coassinpiay.

4 Qu 1ry, May 20th, IST7. 41-2CA4miBi0Crators' July 1,, 17.-7 Fur E. B. Pt rV-ins. will be found superior to any other medicine, I}II I I Flo.-Craig & Daffin, St. Josephs! Flo.-Wm. A. .two dollar expended ia UK pr.tcb.ee.c sympi. ',

I for lh< cure of shortnes cf breath, hoarsenes I McKea, Irwioton, Ala.-PJCSIOQ & Nelms, Columous DR. RELFES ASTHMATIC
Notice. CITY STABLES, wberzicgs and remedial in oflIbe I! Geo. PIT13
promptly
soreness ,
A I 1'IOTIC. if bere >y r ve.i. ihitt .be text January Formcry Peter Robin50n's.THE breast and lungs In u hoopingcoush i's corrective -' Octoher.h9..18 G. 12-ly'r a inda little attention to their timely' a ,
4. 1 term urC.ad.ckD coumy! Court, the under 1e :am, will usually insure a
following rules & regulations efforts will speedily dl overed. I t I td mitigation or
I signed'drain: btmtors of 1 heomas \\ dec'd adopt __ JuOkJns' Patent Trsordcrf and
Specific effect
yr.; for the government of the above stables IHarstmU's Tonic Mixture. I II Ointment. usually car "nt j2
I wilmakt final report and settlement! of said u. will be i ___ The above Ointment is .tf red also! and fr
and stiicdy; observed, it is hoped ib-y will For Ai ue and Fever. I to the public asa are an easy dual renietjy1
Ift'c anJSix months fio the date I
; n : hereof ill
apply gi\"e general taiisiacacm A fresli !ale aid certain remedy for those obstinate and .
for and prevent any misun- C. : supply of this VALUABLE MEDICINE diseases ymptoms pr-ceding ltecotDpq
a discharge Ind.Jelers ( said Prepared by Marshall Phila. nd for 'alebr
dismino.y rom df'rstandinl. I just received. som of which have so I leo:baffled the skill of Asthma and Consumptino (far
,
t. odm.nisiraio STEW
tot sucn s. RT & .BARNARD : .
T1ie JJi.. '
medical
I ofa
I cicnco.
JOHNVYNN.. I next door to the Post Oihce.Jan. I PREPARED SOLELY fram vegetable matter 1st White ifBcuIty of breathing, figlitnctjicnws aDd
HLMIY U. BtCW.t :. Hack and four 815 00 per d\v, 2 111 256ns I1OUCX: Baltimore, winch rmyj avrciiingscf every dcscriptioa.U a the chest wheezing pain in .
L -
Hack and U Sore and Ulcers of
July 37.GrnI pair 750 : be taken with perfect: safety by all ages fc in &1S divjsaics : long standing. s;pitting of bltXKl SfC. Few
: j
4
__ j I Su1keyar4dLos'' 300 Rowand's Tonic fixture and Anti !I ; its cures are l lor tlie: fol.! .._in di"ea.ses- 3d tichirrutor UUndalar l Tcniou,,. particalarlj of this cla uf case can 0CQr
J Single horss 200 Costive Pills. those hardened tamoyrs in womea's breast which any <1 dbofdcrs ia wbiQ tt.eCa
NOTICE. Dysj-epsia, Los of : ,
% App t.te, Indigestion, Inflinvmatif
the next April term of the County Court do! do 700 per week, IN consequencef the numcn.u attempts to n of the Stumach, Heart Burn, Drar-I.<:, Dysentery ulteniimcs terminate ia ulcerated cancers chase of Dr. Relfe's Piils will B0t &DIi .

rf' AT JacLson I shall! Iht Horse at Lire-y 2j W [er moutl pulii spurious imitations of Jtc.alld''illua. or Flux, Pupa! Fismb Obstructed Mensura 4ih Felons or ivn.it sine people know by the eturn stir their trifling expenditure

and Touchers county J f .be administrators present of eceovuis tile! -, do du 1 25 per dy, Medicines on the p.at.lic-he Las determined to I LiOn, Agu; and Fever Bilious: or Rtniitcnt Fever uauic .' Catarrhs of every description. Price-whole buses, SO pills, |1; half j
aaota ef tt: i. HOLLAND r Sio 't feed C2i confiJe the ssles! cic'.usnely! !o agents in dilferenl Typhus'eHr.. Scarlet Fever Small Poi : oth Rheumatic fains of tne joiaU. I 3 pills 50 cents.
t drc'd for tUnient Erp.i..t-
I and *ck for leurfe of dismi., ion from, said<: e<>tae.: All horvs hired must le paid for in advance nn-J J}! iMrtsof"the country, f''Jm whom alone tAt genuine lai, or.t.. Anthony's Fire, Asthma, PI-:1lrisv, 'uleit.. Cth Sprains and LJfJiiCd every description or For sale hy STEWART BARNAUL

)) THOMAS ORMAN l less the peison has aa pcct-ncs xrna the stab'es. arliclei can b: n'and: to guard the m.rc efiectu- ,.es, Yellow Fever, CostivenessVind O1 rf, S"w. in wi.a'eier pail situate. Dee. 11, 1 eM.
No b.,rse Iive.td without ninat the sitions of u.i4uh.iri vend- ._., ', 7lh Tetters of all kinds. -
One ofihr Admin :ratois. an order from the ally a; nn .. macii; or ,--:,-, i_," ..rv-rt ....n IOU., e.nsirnp.tiori In this complaint the -
Mariant.a.JuneCCth, IsU?. 47-Cm owner or to :is known ;..vattSmoking ers; he lIs initructcd his agents Bo tf.7f New r IcSuenza, Coi3! Coughs! Inflammationchts of the: pa.ient, in applying tbo Ointment, mast keep the DR. HUNTERTO

in the sable is entirely foibtd-The York Philadelphia! and Balumore.: to tnt e wo :, Palsy, Gout 1heun.l1ism.Inhma.ory: : l>ar out of water. WHOM
sore IT MAY
'If NOTICE.ALL e tabjshnient! will be closed at 10 o'clock. Persons ales (. mcrclantsandofliers of any .j t1J: UeJicinti ,:.;7at, CrJur', InfhiTiinaiionof the hart, Dropsy, 8th Chilblain i, or puts aflected by frost.TU the of CONCEU

.I.{ p !:: ;:::t::: ': :.*:e esu'e of Richard cnteitng will please c'obt tl.e jja'c. S o be torrid:lJulA JilT tale again. Large quantities Rickets, Diseases of the I.vtr, Jaundice: DiHScaltj: i fit: PUBLIC. BY use or either Dr. Hooter's if i iaestiaabl j

jt t.afford.arert-qucs'ed tII..k; unaIJcdia e THE PUOPRICTOR. of a pernicious article in imitation of the .rc.nuir.e of nuLing Urine, G'csi: Hysterics, Nervuui and '1 he following: commcmCAtlon.Jdr d to the sons sex, they can ..
valaible
I '.YWtnl. and ihos.se hav.ng claims against said March 4 IS37. 30if .Mixture; hue been mant.fac'.uitJ by Lucius ."> Corn Scrofulous aiTccni.nsc.ftlzc inemJcrs and !5ig\aient3. proprietor ot Judkin's Omuixrat, from thj. Hon. the very plan and eepioa _. .

state will be authentic-led arid presenud wi hin COL'AKT.NKKMilK I stock & Co. of New York, and Jell; to Hit Siittlt for Mercurial at-J Venereal: disease*, Ulcers, bores Affsct'f'ns : John 'uliafer.a, member Congress,is highly intcretling. aecoir panyin CERTAIN;: them. are enabled eflectaaBtidicate
and
lie time pre.crit ed by :aw, o< tile) will \>f forecr subscribers have IJi'l|: diy er.ttrcl1 l into Mil' The na'iie ofRicltn-l ins'.ea'l of Howand, ion of the skin: & all disenses .1 riling (rein Impure Tne grauulous otann in wkicti u is l lost health e wiib ease, DISEASE ter
THE ,
,1it tarrrd. .Joi1:; IZLER. : under the firm"of Taft, Hot!L ll.e littles of tl.e imitation. Th<; genuine ar.icle i. Ulnod, tic. Price p T bo'.Ui! S- mad, cjiS.ibsts tetlin of no ord.uary Character ds. safs4ysadceTlaiaty.

J: June 3, 183;. 4J-tf &C may be hal of the follow:! pcr!ol", w.joare This medicine has a powerful effect a? a Spring towards suffering tiur..jnity ; and is certainly well ItT The estensivo sale and
the .1' .Igtnit its Jus part of FlonJa and Georgia. and Fall in those wh. t1 sctll., ot'pubiic LCutj.u. aIMUIltp
EXECUTOirS NOTICEf"! S. S TAFT, E. liainard &co. General Purifier : consti'-inions requirs ; of this Medicine, in this and other clues ss7
: GEORGSG: jr. Agent Tallah-iss, nounsliiiicci and new v: or such V.iutiaGTONJan.23, 1329.
HOLT
I
ALL persons who have any demands! against i i I GEOilGE .MILLAR! ,. William Kerr & CQ., Thot:1J.st'! 10\ U much bsncfiur 1 uy usm ; two "person'ouIJ t three Sir-I: has been my wish tot n Considerable time cipal towel throughout it ihe Union, for be 1aearsJaringwhich
state of Wil'iam was ._
Patterson, laic of;I St. James C. EccIcs, Cluincy bottles which b-. communicate to the 5Ood effici with which satisfactorily
Marks July 1, 1M7. 51 uty Ukcn iihout regard to drink you I
I Jaclooo: County deceased are hereby nqnes.edt : Swaur Lloyd & C.,. a'u Dr. Cmnway iacootesibly prove that .
I Maiks. ur diet. Many j relent them without delay' to tt e "ur..cnl-cra. HQ rl Thomas Alexander, (Ilichstown wt li 1 urtJerstacd with the IMJECTION POWDEEftLtboroagh "$
1lJ.1l gm cf I.I.oJ L-einjj punned. ri.ousanJsci1srs..iisar and >:' nuw u> lI.aAnd sold b
f JOHN W PAT I ER30N l \ ) and speedy cure of that eVeedfel
: Lxecu Darius Williams & j
) rT1J1 .lOl.Ier.ille.J Co.. MonticcIIo: appoii-.ted by yourself. 1 have
desirjyin ] tiger titiious: 'cult applied the
ALFRED WOOl) rcupectfully iniorms: tl!>eianiers ; cun> by neglecting to ape : denominated the Scourge of the Hsowt
AltO' toih. J. D. B
Jan 3 laOT.: .13-tf of Leon and /uljartot couotici, that he has: Carpenter, MicJ-asoc-ky. \iJy a proper remedy ; to sich the I'jnace.i \* ill l l IK: oii.i.xeiit during the last t.irce y Cars to every specie Tao PI LLS are sce
11 m.ide *,i'1 apixrintcd DAVID C. WILSON hii attorney r : The Laud of Uarn.irJ jr. Sf Co. will Le on a LIthe more man doubly v.\l>i.ible as a ccr'ain and effectual of tu.nor ami wound, without failure to produce it with the accompanied INJECTION wbearequires

NOTICK.SIX to sell!' 1. W. IMt's patent Cotton CULTIVA bottles sold by the above scents.Tallihasse means cf rei" illg il.cni) t< perfect h'.a'.th arid a cure HI every ins nce. 1 consider ,it thii POW
ORS. He rcspcc/fully invites the P.ntcn: to call -, July 7th, IfilT. 48tf vgorj few families are exempt from SfccrbuticAu'ection : rno-.t decuUd\ ni.d eScient remedy in all cases ul and CERATE: these constitute a most | .
WEEKS from date. I will to the medicine applicable to the varies *
apply and examine for thcm5e .cs. Groceries Just Keccived.BY hilh c.1ltiLito1r1'U5 symptoms as Eruptions lu,n-.r, be the cans what it may, and I have found stagss a
.'. /sckxon County Court tot letters: ol I Protean dioidar., Foil!and plain direetioa '
I administration ef the goods aid chutels of MaiUfiaub C. F. CLABAUCTal.l.m.i8e //. the Ciijllowcll! vr? have just received; a Ulceraiwr.s, Debility, Los of Ap;e'.Itc at.: nothing so good for woui.dsof any description. 1 t popolar treatiie explaining the varieas *,

I late of said county, dcceased.L Dec. 26, 1S3G. 21-if ;c anJ ctoicliihortrncntofGRCERIES. D.gesiic/n, all aris.ng frvi-n impure b.'ovd: and 11 may be proper to add, thai the cure of the tumoi and t..J mode ef treatment, ey
nut properly attended lu are failed the nhiie swelling, the ,. accompany s..
nbich fiffer for'sale sure l'j produce thDrearest : Riven over by mos
OitEr.M'AlTiRSON.: Jailor' we on goo-1 terms,-viz : that of
Xotiec.COMMITTED
so ejther sex 1
S L : njj.-y lo the coiutuioii. 91'ol.IJ.r.oS i. distinguished! pliys'.cians: as incurable and which. penoos may ear
i 3'alr 16ih J81,. 6w 100 bbl UtlLi.-norcWbi.y recommended
50 Price of the
to tile county Jail of Jcffcrnn ( Pills $1 a box; the lajectaadtr
uoulj
50 ui C Hum in iii! scBiuns of the year, and in p.1rticular l-iey: 'iavc decided without amputation,
NOTICE. county on the 13th int.. ixvufu utive slaves 25 C..unry Gin as o.lfenr.:atiVc front all creases! iii \\.-;; clio: prove fatal to the patient was under my immediate and Cerate SO cents each.) ..

L V47.i : a negro man who sjys liU name ill i BOB :iesaud those per'Jns1&ell I ii'iscjscs arc ciTccied by the use of Judkms Onlmec O" Prepared Horn the original KCCIMM.f
months after! lI.1k. I shall 50 Chmi.C.itac. Peach & prevalent :
present my ao ; Apple Urandy .
the late Dr. W. T. Cos
I SIX. $ and vnurhtrsVjmd fply to the IloiiI and says he belunjrs! to George T. Ward, ,1 f 10 Cacks Malaga Wine by lakiikg tIC Panacea three .)rt ':r times n and the patient is in fine health ; his limb ..itlecleti I S. and the Sole WAT, by nisi
1-. Leri comity; jlso II man who IllS week,vr three or four uble spoenful's: I'TC tu .ior being restored to a perfect state of -e sor. Proprietor T. I
I, [ Cettnty Court of Leon county, for a final sentiment! negro s.iys 20 bblstlldMoiiyn! ahela! Wsiiky, 've1i: '' 15 i DER. of whom be his
,1 and discharge rl'f\l11tte ailiuuiistrition, of tIle CMaitf name it WESLKY and ttut 'lie, belong to Madeira, P.ut :.lerrI'i'le*. tobe'land l the peison may fair II') apprehension; OJ; S, IIIjII'i. .\lsllial, the I leg of an acd man that in Chambers they may had at Cm

Wm. Kinnairl: tale of said county. George Brown Sumpter ciuntv_ \Iissi ippi. OM iTwli: V/SiuUey i w.irr.inJ gnune. oem; attacked with the Chalen, Ycl.ow I-e\er, or lu.j been wou.uleil and exhibited one dreadful!MKIDDER'd jRoem, eyer No. 99, next w il

;a blURGC YOU:U, Administrator. The owners are requested to prove prop.rt.v.P31 2 oS bbln.Molisscs, any otlici discas;, as tttis nisdicinr 11\i vaiutbJe! ieatur ulcerated surlVe fiom the knee to the foot, an r Drag Store c.merofCossts

11'13d. 1837.-18-CTi charges and take them away.S 50 Bdltimore superfine Flour, .*lMC of the sya'.ern, tuereby invivo.'atin: ; the which fir more ih.ni: two year, had lecn considered never his Street.-near Concert Hall. Boo*, ssi

: -. S \ BAJUMNU'TON Jail I;OOU lbs Ujkiniore cured }JiJdlin and Hvas, j f cons itution.and enabling it lu bc.ir the dcbilil.itm: ii.curab'; (, w. etu!dually cured by the appli- by appointment (together with aU thai.
NOTICE r. 100 boxes Kiinoiis j effects of all climates ; i u i'S .ueycd l lP y the n'o i- ralion cf Jlall.i.*. Oiotixoi.:. 1 uavntwu ilicic l'u valuabi 'UrlficiD04. a. r"p--d. hya. t.C.swxy
? Jan. 21 J, 1S37. :31 6m l.iting lljulf, and corrects then i c.ibesLicli fell umicr I'nmcdisle notice ami .\' by
HERERV GIVEN d.t .t ihe next January O" Prune ( tendency l Jail! thosediscas' my t
't 18 t'efm of Gadsd Bounty Court the underlijftti Twenty-Five Dollars Ilcivard. 3000 I lljs: best Loat SlI'U ; s vrhicli originate in vitat..d LI.,(>J, 'ineTseJliver ,fli.naZezn.uu1, as a decul.'d evidence of the eiScacyoi STEWART BARNARD, IdtDlKSK

t tb. r.xecn.or of TicM F.\\'ynn, who was I Zoo kegs water Crackers depraved anictiie, '.! ]>redi<"'!::lou tu :it r-.-c- this reticJy i.i cases i>f liiiuo.s and ulcers.
4i'LLAVED from ili. Livery S tible T.ilaai: lions Dir TgTahassee.June2Z! 1$. _
$ executor Benjamin B Bibb, mil uiakc tnal rc- 3! boxes an-1 !kegs Tyl!>ac'ot tI'irteJ quality.: of the IU:15.It into experienced a, dsci-Jedly the jjod cilccl! ,
pert and eitlemeni cf s. id ikiu.c, anj .ix month I see, a l r bri-lit Hay HOUSE, lean. in fk&h, 40 .jgsl a-j-.ri, and Hi J Cones rcsem'jhs: ia j oint of u>:a ami ft.1.u r, a nc!" th.s; rcn.dy ill the cur ot" Hlor.a.auJ of cvei ys.eies To
hits two Tvh.te: litnd fctt, and a while Ur m Ins forc- those afflicted with COM
from the date hereof will apply' for discharge and JU kegs Wuitc LcuiJ200C corJiala.h'.r t.iai; : a inetlicne.; : 1-or'j pfI"\l:1..ftu of fiC.h wound. It seems to me that any

haters dismissory iromsaid: court as such executer I. hetW.aiJ horse went away about two months! t Icst..iai-l: ; *" S.jirj liking n.cfcury in any way shout I have r"'Ulirb\ )'C WIO! will observe on the Opt rttion of this liii THE celebrated Albion COT Pkuterafct

of said BbO. JOti 11 Y.N.N. gn. !J25 will bc !ivcn on tis deluervat Captaiuowu'i 5 hlids Suar ,,1.0 one or two !J'.tles oi' this rn .jiCln-. In the tieJ r.icnt, must l>c satis5-.d as to its beneficial t iIVct. relief and at the same time dussbaj

J July 1C, 1837. 50-Ctn r lloicl, by IJ'm. CAUTION 50( U-s DJ..K Shot, J t chile (f Inc. or when the system: has bcc.i inipAneJ 11 I can wuli: the utmost confidence reco.nicnd the dravri the Corn oat by the roots, wilbnl tti
Tallali'is' c, MarcIa 25t.f.l37! :3lf; .
---- - 30 kegs Duponu an-l Coochs' P..ivder beicess, it nouriih, ttreugthcifi and ;u.'j.JI.> si cftiiii y.i!'t.iL'le reneiy.! pain. !
i IK TUIi COUNTY COURT OF JACKSONCOUNTY. James Johnson Birrc, 40 boxes A'j-er; Caiidlf* It:->t is lot prcsuiimg ton fir u aJU, tl.at u ait.iily I am sir, cry respectfully! Csuriyicxrg.To those afflicted wtib

DltA.l-Elt ANI) TAILOR. 50 1I1..k..d l1iriu'i.. l: prolongs I;t.'e.This JOHN TALIAFERRO.: to their feet I do certify that I hay,.,ed tbJ
L: ALL persons interested will take no'.ice tha. 10 Tierces Iticc Panacea his been introduced to th! pub!''it.br : [ fRI) Mr. Clnrlcs: TIcrMi>nsproprietor of Jtnikiu's, Corn Plaster, with complete success. BcW

t / Lang.oitwidiw ot seth Langcoir T.1LL.91L1SSCC FL.1: 50 fluxes Uruwn Sojp. a short 1I.ne. anl his received ni..,re lesuiiurttuls! ("... ..1-:1I:, near Fredcricktown, \.t.lry hn.f. used ene box it completely! cared a Cam whi
I '. will appy at ilu ensuing Lena of said court i in[ (.Yiexf Jccr.V. vf F.TmcleJcicetcr, in .''tI0nue .2.1) 50 doz. bottles Porttr and Cider. in its fixour hoc its cKcd: .'y, m 'o.h.rta tune, than ; CJ-P1LE. CJJ troubled me for many year I make this

t. October next, lor allot.ueLtof Dower lu tlis followiojr I. HAS just received from icY urk a uperior r 1 100 p:cc"s best Cotton Ca;;in j. any other mjdiciia ever discovered. its iun>fut I Gdltrcc..J.: \ill; Uo-jnsl>ori>, I had licaid KUC'I of fur the benefit ef those afflicted with that pcomplaint.

Tract of Land situate in aid eiuny, i to ( : of CroaJclottu, Casn.ners and'estinb'1 100 Coils ., hoj.e hOhl; and aljraaJ: will uluce *iir.tlre s, aye, thou! an art ce in \!ncn >ou aj>jjc.ir bforo the public sprtJprct..r .
t wit.-The Xouih Etsi quarter ot section Four \ among winch are all the moil fashionablervlors i 5 cases India Preserves sands. to 'apply fiv it i to reap tt.! trueutuc I j named IJcisioiib JuiJki.ii P. fcpccidcointriient Flowing L. J. Feb.23." WM.SHT

I U Township Fire North of A'ange Eleven We tPniliou ,nd patterns thai ha\c appciredi.i; the NeuYoikmirktlul 10 barrels No. 1 Sir.id tiiereof.No'.wiihstanding: I nude by C. Ucrst.i.ii, n.-ar Frederick PRICE. 6l cents box.

C BOW tied in the A.ClerkVlke.WOODWARD. oan extensive a s')rlmenlof Ready Load, Corn, oo.n. Ct.oc..l.1tc, Peppr, Allspice 8ucra(>is may be made t.. in Mujlanil, und of its descried t fiicacy in cures on> O" None are genaine ur.I... signed

: \Lule C'lwlhii'gof' every dl'scriptiOIlII hitt he can Putty, De.iiijohus, Preserved Ginger, Cu r- pair i the confidence ('fttIe public in the efficacy and persons with whom I am \\c" acqiumtcd. Situ::e .id. printed wrapper,by the sole preprietorT.DER.
183i.t< Counsel 1 for Petiuuntr.I.UODi.,1 be mad-
lu'1lG. : to as :, and lf4s fine
t ; warrant neatly cloths rsi.ts, 1'aiiiarinds. D&or Mat] English Waln'its, euraMc' po.er cf this medicine, it will go on to my rcMden in j Baltimore, it has performed a immediate saceeasor to the late Dt'Co5vT. '-
offered in the
DISritIUr.-FUANKI.IN SUP'R.- is any ever : slo southern country. .1 few ClDllamon,Tupcutiae, I Im['crul, Gunpowder and .:onquer disease, relieve the affl.ct'-d,and earn for itself cure oil a fneiiJ of mine afflicted with the Piles.- .-For sale at his Counting Roo._

r' COURT. suits youths clothing hats cloth, youths chinchilla,,and Hyson Teas,-Scotch Snuff in bottle, Caster Oil, the good opinion of thousands and tens of thousands. IIi'iing my elt"been a sutlcrer for some years with yO, Court street near Concert Hall B***
and! for
J/ircM A'0'trM and Hiram W. ) cl.th rJlI"i ,shirts rricns frem, caps ofaiioui: Opodi'dork, Vinegar, S >;u.a.h Drown lemon Sirup Already it has earned for itself a name tins ehtrcacit.! ; disease I now unhesitatingly o.plie. also by bit special appointment, by ,(IU

lw fnekt tftrr/ianlt, trading % qualities which, one to of seven dollars each, Copal Varnish, S-ilmjii, 4c. i.c. For sale low Li y' which das'.rdly attacks rannot reach ; that: such i is .] your ointment ,in my own C:1sc. and am gra-PT STEWART 4- nAB NII1
among arc a variety j palO and ruffled: G. H. &T. 1 LI.'iDE. DEtGElt.TAl1aJ.uste. the fact, the number of kteis in osseision inc.t t.Sc thai 1 can say it made a perfect cur,. Da
tm/rr IIAWr 1 I d e.-nbroidened
maut, ityte aflifitPI .tackinenfot ,' linen plain a boso.Tu collars slockssuapcriders ;
.Oct. -2l, I63C the incredulous aiid Tallahassee Feb.83 1 122d .
Wi V52-J 38 !lit-if fully \tillfy most ; were it necessary J. A. UE-NTS, 30 Itee'
ll1I iuned.l. ft
/ c4> : fine merino .nnel, canton flannel, id -
II TV frit 25JA, 1837. nct cotton shirts anJ drawers (linen, silk, buckikin JAMES H. COOK, there could! be obtained numerous testimonials Counting: room, Lombard si. REMEDY FOR RHEUJ'l4TlSTilE
under the sanctity cf tLc oaths cf those I ho, A few weeks a case cf woman's sore breast
K Wm. Dt iitr Thor. ago
Harper, > and fur fur collars do white and
glo-es colored
No. 100 BROADWAY NEW YORK excruciating deer eitadi
," .nd Lticit Litintitontrad- and linen handkerchiefs. after suffering the most acute an.llo'g protracted came under my not-ce: the breast greatly inflamed paiD-tie |
1... Tht/rnlon silk Between Pine and Broad Street illness, have been entirely restored to liealthbu, :. it the nipple scarcely to be seea-her ; ann the premstare old aje, I
at Harper (
f Sft Also a lot efnero clothing, all of whle1- he will I appearanhe
I are th asaaIattei: the disorder, are ibr .
does into ; nof she
A; LI' nts1,. J sale not enter thocorrj/.o..e.isi.> m nylicwwonders : clearly spoke the great misery
the far full and
sell low according quality of OFFERS a complete
FB1HK Defendants in said suit and all others as in the .rroods. ai I Vormtnre assortment of _.t_ _i._ nnihr..__._._ -(or_. _1\Iun___.;.._ n,_I.tirTI_;._.;.._ .n... ..if.. ..t_ .E..I."'_" I )., .t.A.. .d....& .l.....l. ....n. .w.fit1Tfmintf.... |.'r._* mntitka..... urltKt .i.. many from dainairouaeaieortisssaiaithe
can be bought the Terntoiy.Nov Cabinet consisting of Sideboards with i the
JL in teres-edwill take notice of the institution 19th 1S3R. 15tr marble top, do j.la.n; Dressing Bureaus wi< in the healing; : art; as experience has ; and;; was earicdhCCbd ; she; then had flax- ef&Rfey of aomeroos pretendedlo
a mar- effect it is ho h
Bat these
f the I proved them to rm, but sudl.a.rc the seed to it other things had been tried. 1 purpose. w *v
thereof ajid'> issuing said attachment ibis t lc and plain top, Centre Tables! both competent pelt poultice ;
d,y, returnable to the May (special) term of said SPItiNG & suirmEit GOODS. ro'tn-1, with Marble! tops Pier tables do.sq-iire Dinin-and tacts that: they .not bi tll tJ. idviaed Judkms ouimenl knowing i it had been fair trial orDr.

Court: (said defendants being oon-reeidenu) and 'I'HE :ubcrbr has just Iccelved from New tables! in sells and fcin-le, Drcakfait tables! of aH The above mcdicire cut obtained of G. II. & uccessfbl in like cases. She got and applied it ac. ebb's Cekbrattd Liia{

S.. thai they appear aDd plead to the decl..rstion filed a full assortment of Bomhazinell. Alan.tna sizes Bureaus do. Sofa ot all qualities fashion P 1'. Eo LINDliNChlRG, .\ strc t. '.\:"- I II urdiag to the directious accompanying it ; in 24 ven in eases longstanding andeftat
and
ia a sid C-IM, according to the statutes in such caBaadt .1 tibet. and Merino Cloths, Black Green and prices, Mahogany Chai.s from $3 to SiO CJcli I hassee, Florida, with proper directions for usin; it. hours all p.1il1T s gone'; it broke, and commenced vert character have received eertaic nIlE

aDd provided.GEORGE Dahlia Caghmenetts, and Summer Cloths, of a va Recking Chairs of every de.cript.onV ardroJe! I i discharging copiously, and so continued some many bar been cured iaafewday.,1hours i

4 S. HAWKINS, riety colours, forc.lress.and Frock Coats. Z. bra of all qualities and sizes, Secretaries andB April W, 18J7. 44.t( AUy. for Plfls. Plaid and White Cambric Drills, London ribbed do. Ladies. Work Tables: with Marble and \"oud:es MR. JACOB iloccx ir, 1 leel my:elt con::ramed excited the wcnun's astonishment : a few days reduced -I t who were formerly afflicted with I

4 'Satin faced, Striped and Plain Check nnj Cai- tops Mahogany lihrh post and French Beadsiedds : to inform you of the eiiecu: thai your Panacea her brcasi to its usual state, and in eight days I have very fully test fied. Certificates arasessioc .

MIDDLE OI FRANKLIN SUP. COURT. loons White Lawn Linen Satin faced welting A.C. Marble do. Looking Ulaiits, a full ossurtment otHiir had on me. 'in the year I8J!*, dur.ng the months the cure was complete. C. BELtS iO.S of the Proprietor proviag the mimi

ior.i. P. WniTf. 1 "wlmpi' Attachment far i for Pants, a great variety of Vestmgs, Lmrn Mattrasshs and Feather Beds, tngethir with of Janu. r.Ftbruary,31arch and April, 1 was employed Frederick county Al'ri13.1823. and surprising cures b] means of tkiaNI11ENT. peso

**. I\9\33\ damagt Returnable l u I Shins, Collars and Bosoms. A general assortment I every article necessary to furnish a house. Tcrmi m tbra hin;with a thra.-.hi ig machine,and BEWARE: er IMPOSITION". in cases white otherapssu1i1

JiwPAGaAHTand \jf 'JA6er Term, 1837. of Hosierf, 4-c. AlSO* an extensive a&sorimeni.of liboial. (March i'nh, 1837, J3-3tn caught cold, and he dust seemed to settle on my Messrs L & R T Low nde!, merchants Cumberland ions had utterly failed.DUMFRIES.
I Ca.u WHEATOR. ) Beady Made Clothing, ) lungs. I suffered much pain, and could no longer Gentlemen-As Mr iltrstous agent for the sale

defendants and all others interested, will .fruong which are upward of two hundred Bombarin llEADY. lAE CLO l'IIING.W attend to my business; the vain was located in my of Dr William J u kir.11 patent specific ointment, 1 EYE ATilt

THE notice ofthe institution nf said suit, and Thibet, Merino Crape, CamMet White : E have received a upply of clothing, con- breast, particularly on the Mi side. I was aho at- would inform[ you that last summer I was afflicted For More or flamed Eyes, gives immoiuifti

'of t.h i iaiuingoffcaid writ ofatuclimcn this day; and Brown Linen Dress and Frock Coats, Roundabouts tdwing an nisonracnt of both coars and tine flic.ed with night sweats and lever, sought ihe aid with a sore leg-the fame of JudLin's Ointment induced relief On recent sore eyes. the effect hfuUry.

and Ie appear and plead to tho declaration filed inaid Pants and vests of every de*cripii..D, made which we '.1:1!! nell at a smill advance on cost. .,f variuu-t 1'hyiioiani in iliis region, but a'l to no me to get a jug of il-but it happened not lobe .-Where the complaint baa fceea'II

cain, according to the sialalc in such can made in the most fashionable manner, which he i i. disposed G 11 Sf T E LINDENBERGER purpose; I then traveled to Laccaater county and of 3Jr. Her otou'. make. I used It according to standing, and in same exceeding bad easel1

.ad proriJcd. to sell very reasonable for cash or approved December 133; i*> also to Chester co. and employed several Doctors the printed directions but my leg kept getting unexpected and desirable relief has bees

DaiodJune17th. 1837. cr-Hii. J. J. BIUGE. I'utTt, but derived no benefit; finally! I had reCourse worse. the nee of thb eye water alter eTel7**5!

4J I4) CHARLbns. SIBLEY, Ait'y of Pltft" Country met chants and o'.Lrs wishing to pur. ew-Storc, Provision and Grocery. to your Panace i,and used one bottle, which: Mr Herstons traveling to the west stopped at had failed. Mao) pursoas who haves**'
: chase, will find. it to their interest to call at the I purchased at Lewi.->tovvn, l'a. But it seemed "
jIIDzn.pEpisT-.FaANKLINSUF.COORT. fTUE: subscribers have uni'ed themselves under at ny house during the time, on looking at the ointment flounce it the best preparation for these<
4 CAL M. Hiv& above establishment. ths firm of PEACHY & MANER, for the f.Sl nOl to do me any good, for I became weaker I h.t.d. he imrtediaHy pronounced it DOt ofhis they have ever met with, especially ia calli .

vs i Atnmpiil. Attachment for I Tallahassee, April!, 1837. 38t
advised me to use no mute ot it but I resolved
.niVA* GaAVT and }$*to itamagei. Returnable to I Let work recommend ? to opening and smelling it, I was sensible of the cents a bottle. .
give it fair and for
a Id.l. another
sent bottle
i; W.t,JTOM. j Xnmber'Cerm.18J7.I I my me. l'OHE. 'llierr buldtcg being large and commodious ; this difference, altho' it looked like it. I then applied the ." None are genuine laless signed .

T'HE defendants and all others interested will : THE Subscriber' having erected his jih)p at they likewise propose mleudmg to the afforded relief, and soon strengthened and improved ointment which! he gave me, to my leg ; it becama I IIi printed wrapper by the sole proaiieMf, *\
inc as much as the first had weaked
take notice of the institution of said suit, and Store near .ileys Mill, offers his Receiving and Forwarding\ of Goods and Cotton for third and me. I sent ) a stateof amendment on using the nrsi plaster,, DER, immediate successor to the Jatt U--
of said writ of attachment this services to the paUic as a first rate Gun Smith, to which they pled; themselves to pay such attention a bo.tle. am now restored enjoying and continued unlU it well. Conway.For .
tof .
tnisuing health got ql\Jt
and lo and plead to the declaration filed day inthLMid ; and is prepared to do Farmers plantation' work.- o.s will entitle them to a liberal share of better than I have done for the last ten This ointment U certainly valuable and i L sale at his Coasting Ra a\ .
appear He aiso will work on Carnages or o.her smith from the Merchants and Planters ofthe years-I am aaiu enabled to follow the ploughever very '-
JB1
case,according to the statute in such case any patronage last would be a pity it should be lost to the public by Court street,near Concert Hall
work that is to be done in the since August. I am fully convinced that
necessary count rr and i'erritojy, and neighboring counties of Georgia. counterfeit his special appointment b
taade and nrovMerl.CHARLES. a article, bearing tho name and being )
S.SlBLiYAtL'yofP2tf. wishes his diligence in discharging work, and Their goods will be 'told low for cash or produce.As your panacea may be tak<-n without any injury not genuine. WM K NEWMAN : STV ART A BAItIARUTallshiaueo
oleatin customers to secure to him a liberal band and is a useful medicine. Yours, respectfully,
; share they will endeavo' to keep on a constant
June 1837.-46-tf Cumberland
ITU. May 24.1331.
Dated of patronage EBl R BE4L.Bslev'x supply of choice and superior qualities, of Groceries DAVID ESHELUAN: From Rev Beverly Jr 4If1". March 13. U (N-.S,
FttANKLlN SUP. Mills, Jefferson June 14.15 and Provisions of -
J1JpL. DIST.- COURT county every description. Country
have known Mr
C Herstons be the
.. Xu i O. McCAVLKT "I Inftssumpsil-summons Merchants and Planters will find it to their interest The following remarks by the editorof Stark to propri DUMFRIES REMEDY FOR
lorof Judkiu'
NOTICE.The Ointment (
for during
I for QUO to call. Their is County, Canton Ohio Democrat, are extracted several years The leave to ncom
vs I 91 damages-atlaeliroeni stort now open. proprietor begs .
.. made
} Subscriber* having associated them : from that paper of April 4, 18 S7.Houcs' my residence in Marytanda.nd the ointment .
Y. &Mttm., JAM EI I| for $5.8 65, JOHN BLAIR PEACHY. he does with the Tallest coa&deaca)
him It has been
: setYei in Mercantile business under the firm o -WJJ.: MANER.St. PANACEA.-ff'e invite the attention o. by to have been in mush repute. valuable fl this I
Ewa.*. .'a D&UC& )Mat-d May t 9, 1837. i rP in while, in: remedies known .
W..CIWITOWIeZOfI Returnable to November McRaeny Ic. Hawea beg leave to inform their Marks Jan.lGth, 1836, 25-li. the ci:izens of Canton and the public generally frequently used my own family in this living painful complaint. Wilbont going

r Vri'fra1er ) J Term, 1837. friends and the public generally, th3t thE'yare to advertisement in another colujmn of this pa Maryland and during my residence ciiyvilh deems it enough to say, lie has ?*

T defendants in said *uit, and all I others in*. now opening the store formerly occupied by i Subscriber LAND is FOR authorized SALE sell per,under the above he. d. We have used the article > success. B IFAUGIL the moat nndoebted tesumoaiak **Wck' .iI it
three
ed, will take notice of the institution the late Robert S. Miller, on the west side ol THE to va ourselves and can safely recommend it to the completely inawered the parposa ? '
Book Room ,
Tracts of Land situated within : Methodist Mulberry at.
5. 12, public as an invaluable tot of **
remedy most the
\ ol the of said attachment fl i4beT '
f..aad issuing reiorBAbta Street and than popalar
Monroe tended
opposite Washington Square and 25 milea (rom Tallahassee. The rat contain, diseases with which mankind are af1lic'.ed. Hav: New York May 20th, 18:J5.To any isasciustla .
4' 1, lonext Norraber Term of said court ; in the City of 'l'al" 'ateee', a general about C This remedy is perfectly i ..
assort I 1990 Acres, 150 cleared The second 520 tug for a number of years been subject to the INCCBCS prevent imposition, llentons name in aeJtIo'
uDfl "t.hsy appear and plead to the declaration mentuf Dry Goods, Hard ware and Groceries, Acres, 60 cleared. And tht third 830 Acres, about or NIOUTMAOC to an alarming extent the- his ONn hand wrilin, will appoae on the envelope Lion le all conditions, agesand ** .
j. tltf the the
IA aud in of eomplaiat
ttatate
:; *C1IM".IIa4, tha CAM provided., according to which they offer for sale on acc mdating terms. 800 cleared. These lands are equal to any in Mid., Panacea was recommended to us by Dr. llouck Lettsrs, post paid, directed to him, in Frederick tints each descriptraa which consists of tw- .

\ 0 CHRLE4 3. SIBLEY .' I I). McEAENV.SA.ML. ., die Florida, and will be soldon terms advantageous himself, and we are happy >o say we have! been City, Md. \\villb attended to. sad Efeel"packet Price, 91 foreaats die .

p: >'. D'W* TC01'1'Jr.l'1t} Arty F. HAWE8.Tallahr to the purchaser. entirely relieved finm thai distressing affliction.- For Salft wholesale and retail, by if bat urns" of UM articles w w NlI
I 1kb H. W. BRADEN. As a family medicine we have no hesitation in STEWART BARNARD, Druggsst'Ttltahasee B.
68.Jm STEWART
May .ItJT >M Feb. t5th 1857. ".t( l or Sale hj
TallahMJte Marth 16th 1M7. tf X saying that we believe it i is ttnsurpa scd. Sepl. 17th, 1536 fl-oow-y'r.


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