The Floridian
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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 30, 1837
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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9.D1Ir..FRANKUN "ItmQ of mercy is not strained, it is, twice' blest which ....fftei anulll.t.. '"
pllIntiff, In usumpsitSum'onl fro Noddy began to that .his ment of the tomb.. No matter where the ,. "" ,.._. _. fl' s.
1L;;' I for t600 damages; atTt THE SONG.OF,THE BEd SHELL blessing him that gives, and him 'tbat're- father was quite as respectable as-'Mr. Grunt- remains of poor !. PWfCII7 itemssbi : .#, M.tcti !,j,

t 1\'n.u1N8, for$ ISSued May9'; ...*T .ii. AiDT. ceivea." Now our mercy here was not er's father, and that his father's son 'was 'as is deep and wearied undisturbed oM.aty I lie, the repose iifc_ ,-.., ,.;rI

E defend1.abll all ret'e otJcg to NoY.iDtfnsttC1,1ri11 ermllm I come from the oceart billow passed o'er roe n, strained, and here the maxim holds good ; good a man as Mr. Noddy, any day in the som heaves, no woiethe sorrowful 'bo I plrur resin, baked wood. 'fce.,, a4a ,aS

LBE e ti tncr.tIIe institution of aid suit, wad And eovered.with aw'wsesni liu.erinr foam, for although the brig was a good prize in law week. As this announcement setmed the in tears are dried ,up *!,tht Insulation might W'vrrns '1wN4
their fountain
e ot.iofJAid: writ attachment this I fell on the safldf-at>d a stranger soon bore roe she was a bad prize in fact, for she prelude *-the aching head b-aj, ,< For .
day; To deck the gay balls of hu ftr-disttnl homes was not to a recommencement of the dispute, rest, and the ny I75. : -example,:., 11g'.the
ISSUlDf aDd plead to the decltnuicm filed in Encorapeased by exquisite nyrtks and roves, sufficient value t, send into port. But there was another interference on the part of tation roll unheeded stormy waves the earthly tribo wftus, aller coating liam ,wii :,. i
the in soeb'Clute
td'ca' l according. ,-i ; to statute Still, still in tie desp(&ra pining to be; oar mercy was not twice blest, for they the company; and a vast quantity of talkingand Let armies in over place of gravea.. conductingrobsuoceaiio: kyrt- btwix4fcra

:oe aod And tbe low toiee wIthin me my feeling discloses, cursed us most vehemently for ensued in engage fearful conflict over the slips of baked wood swkrtv
EWESTCOTT. Jr. At?1 for Plftt detaining clamoring the course of which bosoms of tbe ,. ..'CiiNij bji
JAS!id.y29lh, 1837. 46.3m And ererttiore! mttrtntirs the soands o(the sea. them; and they cursed us louder and longer Mr. Noddy gradua'ly allowed bis feelings to not very one of the pale nations\ of tbe' dead, wools)'properly! fastened tOftCMf aast iMfeJ
shall .
!>ale sleepers heed
'the sky>]ark at card .. because did not detain them :.joint '
morn pours a of Dleasare we longer.- overpower him, and pofessed that he bad externally. These slipe mifbtbe ptrWosten
Charles S. Sible At ere, the sad nightingale; warbles her note The sweets of far stirring trump, or respond to the rending
ohio The harp in our hall | liberty were less ptized ever. entertained a devoted personal attachment shouts of victory. yards 1 long,,and at the joinings precautions

r.8.A..-T middle District sure. at.hll1lOundlo a glad mea- by them than tbe sweet awitchell. towards Mr. Grunter. To this Mr. How quiet these countless millions for the ezptnsioo aad.eoiitnwlMBV. :of

icrO':: i IB profeisional Law, in the services collection as Attorney of debts And Beauty's sweet songt on the air lightly float; In about ten days we captured the British [Grunter replied that, upon the whole, he rather her in the arms of their mother earth. slam The the!? wire, by lbs chaage of teofertfeare,

4 JJjddIe Jor at Florida. He will attend all the, Yet I sigh for the loud breaking billows that tossed schooner Traveller,from Gaudaloupe, bound preferred Mr. Noddy to his own brother; voice of thunders shall awake might| be adopted. The whole might bi Jin*
:..i Office/ me, for Halifax, six days out, with a fulF on hearing which admission Mr. them the closed In : V
tS ia this District. next door to thepenC I long to the oool coral caverns to dee, cargoof Noddy loud cry of th:: eTtmcr.ts-tbe winds .tbe !! a strong oblong troofit of wood,

of J. D. Wcstcott, Jr. E q. And when guests with. officious intrusion accost me, sugar, coffee and cetton. We put a prize magnanimously arose from his seat, and proffered wave, unr-ei-i lU ant tread of the -earthquake coated within and pitched witliool, and;,bo.

Tallahassee, JDuary 25th, 1837. S5-tf I answer them still in the strains of tbe sea. crew on board, and despatcbed her for the his hand to Mr. Grunter. Mr. Grun- s.'...ii be aUc to tied two ,er throe: ieet under 'aM't turnpike
.. wue inquietude in
LaW Notice. Since J left, the blue deep I am ever regretting United States ; she, however, unfortunately .ter grasped it with affecting fervor; and every the chataixrs of tl kitl!,_Tjey; shall| rat road.

::7b'the subscriber's! Office is next: door to hisilrnce And mingled with men in the regions above, got wrecked near Anisquam, and I have understood body said that the dispute had been conducted thr;agb age; crnpir-s be and securely The' expense .t making. '.tit, telegraph

Joftjertif Adams hims principally">d Clinton\ to 3Lrti the busi.ts.a1 I have known them, the lies they once cherished forgetting that much of her cargo was dam- in a manner which was highly honorableto then a silver coict., jn first bat fought j. lt beard; proposed, is of course an unpoitut eleiBentin

iwous rderoUng <<, aged and This both concerned.' .
COVKSKL some plundered. was the parties shall tbe consideration of ha practiebilirazsd
entrusted to him as AN ADTOCATC, Oft trust to a tf5"petone: and the \
to new friendship mod elia* penetrate "
s to love.
ArroRMcri$' business as may be placed with O is it ao bard lo p eeer?. true devotion T' only prize wejoak during the cruize from voic ?lesiKni.>,.- >.. For treinimpet shall sound utility.. ,,

.,..generally, be handed to Mr.Sibley, U. S. Let mortals who doubt seek a lesson of mc- which we reaped any prize money ; and From tbfr Philadelphia Mirror.AMPUTATION and the ett\J:: .tan'{ J 11. his voice. Jlu* '.Jd.f" ::.a .u"y_.- '"._. .;.._

rict Attorney, (ocupying part of subscriber's I am bound by mysterious links to tbe ocean, what between damage and wreckers and ; Chrit. lit-aid.iB ". wire, u by no means expensive. It is seUat

,))vbo will attend punctually the Couit attend of to itThe and sub-the And no language is mine but the sounds of the agents, each man's share was like the Yankee A SHORT TILE OF TRUTH. Is. Gd. per poaiul of stxiryjudsia length.
will Appeals, .
in.ior iber: : Courts of Jefferson, Leon Gadsden, sea. farmer's sheep, "powerfullittle." A short time since I was invited by a friendto : DBATH OK MURAT."liie The coat of-wire Croat ;Edicborgbto Lob

J rDkifl! and J cks.n counties,but no other Courts, A LYRIC FOR LOVERS. The next day we captured the British accompany him to-Hospital: to wit- Co.t Martial sat, whilst they don, say 400 miles would thus be about! 1002

..specially retained. schooner Encouragement, three days from ness the operation that was to be performedthat werejudgiig -but say for soldering, &c,1001edditioa- '
him ther
JAMES n.WESTCOTT Love launched a gallant little craft ; King, who had ordered the
I al-or that each wire laid from Edinburgh
Antigua for Nova Scotia. She had of day. consented-not that 1 wished to copper
wii h part a
Tallahassee l.inuary5tb, 1837. Complete every rope, I captain not to say a word in his defence was
In golden words was painted aft- cargo molasses, sugar and rum. Our cat')- look upon the suffering man, but rather that quietly with two officers to London, would cost 1,000ster-
: to whose
JlEMll HILLIAItD, Cupid, Captain Hope." tain thought she was not worth manning out, I might have an opportunity of seeing how care he had been entrusted.-Tbe last ling; and that the total expense for the Win: !.

ATTORNEY, Pleasure was rated second-mate, and ordered her to be destroyed. Our second operations were conducted in those dwellings l 'f his life those of moments necessary to indicate separately each ,letter
And Passion ( were hero. The
made a
J13COU.VSELLORAT LJV, The to steer; lieutenant and boats crew went on board ol the afflicted. I seated myself by the side o( the alphabet, would! be 35,000. The
guns were handed o'er to Fate, King was still conversing with the officers
ILL practise in Montgomery, A1a:, nnd the and took of friend, while wandered purchase ef so larf a quantity would, of
F adjoining counties-in the Superior Courts I To Impulse sailing-gear. out her men and a few light articles my my eye about when the door of his room was opened; the
and the room, resting knives and course< be made at a considerable less pricebut ;
I brought them on board vessel. on saws, another
labama, and the Circuit Court of the United' Merrily roved the thoughtless crew our Recorder had come to inform him that be

,It Mobile.ue Amidst the billows' strife; They then returned to the prize; for the purpose instruments which lay on the table be- had been sentenced to death, and that bis ex- ( probably oce or two additional .wires

23, lR37. 4C-tf B't: soon a sail bore down-all knew destroying her. It was now nightfall fore me, painting to my imagination the I ecution was to take place in half an hour. might be needed, and the Circuit of tbe electrical

Adjutant General's Office, 't. iras Captain Reason's "Life.1?_ i and tbe wind blowing violently, and the scenes anguish which those walls had witnessed .. I The King, who had listened with influence must be provided by one
left Passion said sang
HEAD aUARTERS, ) And//e'd Pleasure guard hfrsafe though from all harms; tea running very high. The officer in the and exciting in me pity for those I froid, sat down and wrote a letter to his wife, or more return wires.

TalUhasse, July 1, 1837. S | 'Twas vain; for Ya:*- ramm'd home the lead, boat had strict orders not to take any thing poor sufferers who were from day to day ex- Queen Car>line;he then cat off several locks, Tbe coating, separating and txoughmg :

GENERAL ORDERS. While Love prepared Vie' small-arms. more out of the prize. He was disposed to lende.l on that sheeted table. As I was meditating ,I of hair, and having enveloped them with the the wires can be accomplished by, .prr*

1HE Adjutant General viewing it necessary compiy with his instructions ; but as his men on the "many ills that flesh is heir to," :letter, he delivered it unsealed CapL Star ced materials, and the tot,esp of the

iuaot to have Florida in his comprising possession the the first strength and seconddes.nercby of the I A Escaped storm arose from! Impulse'The canvass hand, now had got hold and drank some of tbe rum on the door opened, and upon a board was I age, requesting him to transmit it to his fam- whole wok, (except wiresj,

requires the officers commanding While headstrong Passion dashed the prow board be was not able to restrain them, and brought in a man exhausted with: disease and ily, and also the seal of bit watch, which allowing a large sum fo incidental expenditure

Brigades,-viz- Brigadier General L. Read, Swift on a socky strand. I 11 they loaded the boat again and proceededfor worn out with pain. He was laid upon a table would be found in his right hand after his has been roughly estimated 75,000f

In's-ide and Brig. Gen. Hernander, 2d Brito oC All's lost I" each trembling sailor cried; {I ?ur vessel. Two officers and! two men and the instruments of amputation readi- death, (it was a cornelian reflecting the face making a maximum exnir of say 100,,
>,- cause retains to be made to me at Talla Bid Captain Hope adieu!"
ly prepared. The bloodless face and the ; for the ,
see, thro their Colonels commanding the va- But in his life-boat Reason hied remained I on board (the prize. Tbe boat be- of his wife.) He then sent to tbe recorder. OOr Telrh

a regiments, the strength of each company,bat- To cave the silly crew. ing overloaded, tbe oarsmen drunk, and the tiembling form told us the sufferer was conscious "Do not wait longer I am prepared to die." proportional additional mht

JIll, and regiment, including in the I II of his situation, and dreaded the painhe led b. extended Glasgow.' ,
report named I sea raging violently! the boat capsized when The king was then out of his roomthatis. t .
nnk; of each corn-missioned officer. Impulse the torrents overwhelm, I about endure. The of the Estimates
was Parliamentary
Perhaps, thoughtI 1
the he of the average
SAMUEL But Pleasure 'scaped from wreck about midway between (two vess !.- only stepped out door-and beheld f o
TARKHILL, ; : as I looked the mortified and deadened for Railways is about 15,700per
|(7 Adjutant General of Florida. Love, making Reason take the helm, Every exertion was tntf"that was in our upon twelve soldiers drawn up, who were,

Chain'd Passion to the deck. power to save them ; our lit'le: captain ex- limb, perhaps, that man is a fathei, who waiting for him. He walked towards them mile, so that the whole cost of the ElectroMagnetic

NOTICE. I I thought you were my foe; but now, ," j has a wife and children to mourn over his with and with Telegraph 'would 'enly
hibiting and almost I a steady step, a smiling coun'tenance prooje
a V
1 LL persons indebted to the late firm of Kerr & Said Love, "we'll sail together: ; courage energy super- misfortunes, and friends to minister to his: mount to as much as of a
said "Soldiers! do
LSturfes will make immediate payment Jas. Reason, henceforth through life shall thou. natural. The night bad closed in aro'i&d us, not let me suffer
wants-but none are here-he is to bear his between six and ieven miles
IJfrthrlott, Esqr. as further indulgence cannot My pilot be for ever!" black and boisterous, and the wbistii.Ej ofthe pain; the situation you are placed in even: Railway i ;

ipinted. otherwise the same will be put in suit wind, the confusion of the and! tile pains alone. The saw followed the knife, renders it necessary to fix the muzzels of yourrmiskets length. V ,
rimmately. P. KERR, From the Essex Register. crew I I and soon the limb was taken oft As thesm'geD on bosom!' He then As to tbe working of the it. is
shucks of the wretches in the water, my pointed to Telepl
;3ms DANL. D. STURGES. Recollections Pricatecrsman (poor was taking the arteries, curiosityled that if writing
of a : formed a scene of horror, which at the time, up his heart, and looked steadfastly at the seal aprbene even e
me to inquire the cause of tim disease' which he held in his were attained, there ,at TAKE NOTICE. FROM THE MANUSCRIPT OF BENJAMIN it was horrible to contemplate, anJ is new right hand, the twelve.soldiers .
BOLUS'j and my t:=-1ngs: were indiscribable when I fired. Thus died Joachim at''be' no difficulty in indicating one letter per
[LL those accounts against the estate of HARRIS For two days the wind was fair | painful to remember. King ,

BURNEY, late of Lein county, de. I weather serene, and our little vessel dashed I II :. Then rose from sea to -sky the wild f.trcwclJ, was told-"wh'ikt: in a state of intoxication, 4 o'clock on tbe evening of the 12th October." second. At this rate a communicationwhich

ad, which shall not be presented, fully au. merrily over the waters. On the third the Then ylirieked the timid, and sto.nl still the brave.' for want of a better sbeler, he slept in a barn would contain sixty-five words, would :
Eicattd, within the time and froze his feet!" I was! faint and sick with five
law'k about This
prescribed by
But lag heard
wind blew' high from the S W, with indications at naught was WRITTEN COM JMUNICA TJON BY occupy i.1
:: barred. This final
is a notice. _ _
"save the bubbling the sight, and rose to leave the room. Thehand sing the vowels te
SIMON TAYLOR, Administiator. of a storm-and our captain, with an cry LIGHTNING.The b'al idctd Bu&
Of some strong swimmer in his agony !" of my friend held me by the shoulder,, I breviation, in this :
|l sie 18, 1837. 46-tf experienced judgment, predicted a gale that following scheme is published in the o rpt V
By this catastrophe we lost two officers while he asked if I did not intend to see the would doubt be contrived; .
would the capacity of our little vessel. British Journal, by which communications D a M
NOTICE.; try '
and two men ; and two were saved by the whole operat'on "Is it not already donel"I tbe her of words jn the communication !
frayed from tIle Subscriber about lOiiaystinee, Nor was his prophecy at fault ; for the wind more perfect than by Telegraph, .p
] personal intrepidity of our captain alone.- inqured"No, the other is to be UkeO offI may thai for -
kail Dark Bay Mare Poney, cropped man increased, and changing to the N. W. real- made Between distant places,* say between a.gles.ter necessary .
(tail, paces well, and is about four years old. I ized all I had ever beard or read of gales at He lashed himself by a rope to our quarter, hastened from the spot, again to he in the London and Edinburgh, a distance of 490 I nary or cercmercisl letter, o for. '

the same time, two mouse colored Mules, 3 and plunged overboard; breasting the waves, open air, and relieve my ears and heart fromthe friendly inquirers, and -.
sea, and more than equalled an miles, in an instant, by means of : re.po. V
I old; one recently broke, the other unbroken.iy ) conceptions he struck out and grabbled one man, and cries of the unfortunate man.BALTIMORE. sing, however, that eacb. Sup
person who will deliver said Poney and I had formed of the reality of such a sparks, from separate wires, attached : -

I to me on my plantation, 7 miles north east ol scene, and of the capability of any creationof brought him on board ; again be nobly 1 to each letter of the alphabet. The cost was .to occupy,5 minutes, and t b chargedfive

hmer, or to It. II. Berry, ESQ. Tallahassee, risked his own life in the same manner, and Sept. 16. shillings each-if the telegraph
man's art for enduring the prodigious rage of the apparatus is estimated at 75 to 100. .
i: be liberally rewarded. Any information ot grasped another, a youn and favorite blacklad. : Female s ronaut.A new candidate for twelve hours a day, (that is-,six-
of such an elemental war. As Dominic said, 0007, or about $1000 mile. By this estimate woe
i will be gladly received by ceronautic fame herself -
The too presented .yesterday, each it
captain was now much, exhausted ) would t
JOHN it was prodigious. Such creaking of masts: which to be for the en
S. T A YLflR. in the of a lady named Warren and appears a high one pl
to the vessel himself but was person revenue of 36 10,3007
Lttch 13th 1837. 33 such a jar of ligging, such a staving of bulwarks ( gain most successfully did she establish her claim.The apparatus proposed, the co-t of the systemof .
board the black.- there
pulled on hoding on to supposing were to 300 i
such a rolling of our little vessel, communication from Bosten to NewYork b
LAND FOR SALEE advertisement announced that Mr. Z. w I
both restored.What in the t
They were by means (
Subscriber is authorized to sell three vaLlukle confounded all my ideas of hearing and mo proper Mitchell would make a balloon ascensionIrons would be about $200,000. days yar. If hwevu. fi
had the of this ;
Tracts of Land situated within 5. 12, tion. For" eight days the storm raged, and proved cause tragic [Boston Daily Adv. practicable, lc mteI onc'1
Fairmount afternoon
miles saved the life of of the yesterday but, as would doubt be
fli from one
Tallahassee.' The first contains occurrence, survivors From no by
I of the Scotsman. transmit .Te
for tbe went t
eight days ra us thought ourselves -
11920 Acres, 150 cleared The tecand 520 i ; when he was grappled with lie was:: we learn from persons who were on the graph, would be 'D keep I
tG0 i cleared. And the third 830 Acres, about'tWrcd. > I to be on the very confines ol the eternal to of Our ground, when the hour arrived Mrs. W. presented TELEORAPUIC COMMUNIC1TIOI* BETWIXT ation and o
floating, holding on n keg rum. night day. .
These lands world and I more- than the V
are equal to in Jtfid- suspected EDINBURGH AND LONDON.
any : herself and expressed her wish to ascend | ,
boats all and those of No doubt that there would
. [Florida and will be sold on terms advantageous were gone, so were It oae can 'Ma ,
oldest! hands thought themselves nearer he in his stead. Mr. M. we are told, at bus been found by experiments madewitb '
remained board of demand the
(purchaser. IL W. BRADEN trip than was agreeable! to them to anticipateThere the her prize-four and the men increased on to violent first refused his assent, but the spectators having | a view to ascertaining the velocity of very great for is li oLa; i
storm a ,
: a perfect Telegraph as
ihassee March 15th 1B37. tf. 32 is no exaggeration in terming such very generally seconded the lady's wishesshe electricity, that it is transmitted instanneously r
gale. We were, however, fortunately enabled patleofbeing constructed. In everjjdoptrtment -:
seas "mountain high." There wab a fearful i by means ofa common iron wire, a
took her station
at length in the car, and i
FLORIDA in of each other until the of in .. I
CLAIMS. to keep sight '' commerce, sbippiOrIbnkr.ingandall ;
excitement, in viewing them as they came distance of eight miles; and electricians Ofeir
the balloon loose. It but
mN P. DUVAL, ofTallahassee, and Fran- abated after when madea was cut rose a very ]
two days they monejtnnuctieosi.tbeeesa.
gale ,
ut A.Dickens,o('Washington City formerly thundering on, and dashing against our little short distance, and then descended beyondthe the first eminence have declared
raft from the booms of the and munication of and ,
prize, were public political
ftt Treasury Derailment, will prosecute aIaikr schooner, with a force that threatenedeach enclosure, having evidently too much bal- opinion, that, judging from all scientific experience il.
drawn on board our schooner. We then ia the law, and family and (
Negroes and other destroyed lor gence :
property time to bear us to tbe unfathomable last. By the lady's direction a number of the electric or galvanic influence i II
i the Indians and for killed I'm threw three shots into her bull to sink I intercourse the of the
x Iby lioraea.&c. the two or ly :futility Ie1eapbwould )
would be almost
of the ocean's Not less transmitted
i *;taken forlhe Army. depths caves. sand bags were promptly removed, and Mrs.W. instantaneously -
her and be immense. tho
JOHN P. DUVAL, fearful was the roaring of tremendous tbunder. proceeded on our way. again commenced her flight' to the upperair from one end to the other of a metallicronductor By comingat .1 '
time the ends of tbe
; FRANCIS A. DICKENS. and the vivid flashes of the lightning.Du the balloon rising steadily and beautifullyuntil such as ordinary copper wire of same t two totegv
A dispute between men of Aonor.-The all the aJni..
I .-7.1837. J7-tf as they lit.up the murky darkness of the atmosphere it had gained a very great elevation. A moderate thickness, of some hundred milesin pre might ao&enjoy
B-Lettcra postpaid| ,directed to John P. 'Pickwick papers' furnish the following amusing ) i.aLa triiiaf -'
It was almost impossible to of wind wafted it due length.If .
Tallahauce current nearly west over
Florida, will be attended to. description of a dispute between two ,Theconsequenceolsach a msj -
r keep tbe deck, and our cook and his assistants which the city, and during its progress the lady, apparently this scientific theory is correct, it pence.
gentlemen of honor, seems to fojof established would be ft -
young being bring,ae i
were driven from the galley ; and as perfectly self-possessed, waved her lows that a wire, secured by a coating
have been conducted with much spirit on ,
fbe tbecitieaoLondonsndEdinburghintotheimmediate
Subscribers having associated them lessened in this world and throw non-conductors, and protected from external
our appetites were not flag was seen occasionally to outballast -
I ea i in Mercantile business under the firm both sides, and was probably taken from life:- neighborhood of each otber, I
u of advent! into another in order still elevation. influence or injury, and laid under the .
by tbe near prospect an their of to gain a greater '
leny It. Hawec, beg leave to inform their 'The belligerents vented feelings ; to produce transactions and '
made earful the little stock A counter current wafted turnpike road between Edinburgh and London eD'of
sd Is and the public generally, that they are we ravages mutual contempt for some time, in a variety subsequently kinds not hitherto ;

1 opening in the fctore formerly occupied by of raw bacon and the larger one of salt pork. I frowning and snortings, until at last the the balloon back in a southeasterly direction could be the means of distinctly indicating Were. the example followed p ,

t late Uotcrt S. Miller, on the west side of Our little schooner barely withstood the and when last seen, near sun-set, it was to a person stationed in London'thatsuch a .
felt it to to '
a -
scorbutic youth come it wonld create : '
necessary kingdom perhaps ener'ef
iroe Street and opposite Washington Square later must in northeast of the and still lat wire bad been electrified or galvanized p
storm, and as all things, sooner or understanding of the matter, a position city, in ,
I J 1e City of Tallahassee, a general assort have an end, on the 9th day the gale was more explicit took a great height. Where the scronaut descended in Edinburgh-the tiansmission of the electric th greatest changes Jumaae
stof Dry Goods, Hardware and Groceries when the following. clear understanding into operation by .
l th
which have to learn.-American.3r or galvanic influence being cleatly discernible -
sufficiently abated to repair damages, we yet ,
Ji they offer for sale The from .
on accomdating terms. place. pta; itiaffinitytotbsPuOflee
had not beon few nor small. This done, in *. 'Yarren-This intrepid and self-pos by various well known means. -
D. McRAENY. said the scorbutic youth, a hk
'Sawyer, lately te Msjee-: -
I( we made sail again for the sunny regions of Mr. Bob sessed FEMALE AERONAUT returned to the How, then, is this scientific (act to be applied couDcat
SAML. F. HAWES.TiHalK loud voice. 'Well, Noddy, replied 17's G worthy their:,attec- %
afternoon between 4 and 5o'clock to the of practical and !
| slavery and canes. city yesterday purpose general
!' ssee Feb. !5th' 1337. S9.tf sugar in of
Sawyer, place being Iefttothejointenteri.V
In few in good spirits. Judging from this, utility! Simply by laying as wires too .
a days we fell in with and overhauled said Mr. many a
'I should be Sawyer, individuals which however h 'in
NOTICE. .the Pourtuguese brig '* San very sorry, her first attempt, the LADY bids fair to rival separated from eacb other aa will correspondto prise .* .
QL months,after date, I ftall exhibit Cayeta-j Noddy, 'to create any unpleasantness at myfriend's the and view t call into action by :.
my ac1 noVeuturso, which had been detained on Sawjci most successful aeronauts of the country.Wu the letters ( the alphabet pre.cenIr.ertinlF lrm
table and much less at
caonit. and vouchers the Han.Jndr* nf 1.. your authority,
Administrator for letters b. po.sal from N.w Hv.,. In Hi R.rlholomew's this opine that Clayton himc.lf. will h<. ratin hetween the actions stationed at two inec.r.
i' of tdke opportunity
Court, as but I must .
-very; &
the the shade should Mrs. Warren continueher extremities of the line of communication, 'hf
i from the administration of the estate ofdeeM. by British frigate Fox, and ordered Mr. Grunter that ho is no gen- the "
L.-.Wil JOHN M'MELLAN. to Bermuda. She was in charge of informing voyage through the air. Her balloonwas that eacb individual wire is to represent asta n es.r of hundred o" miles'.

..lIts.J1..l. 46 of tleman. cut locse from Fair Mount a few minutesbefore particular letter because if tbe person talc fifty or a
two midshipman tbe Rimiles 74 and six :
'And I should be Sawyer, to u length, if the same instantaneous
NOTICE. British seamen. She had also on'board a very in the sorry in which 5 o'clock and took a soutl -west direction tioned in Edinburgh can, by applying the an .I
disturbance street
Il-.b ) hereof the nb- and' create any for a short time, but, having met a coun- electric influence to any one wire instanta indic.tion otaeel o '
from the publication midshipman prize crew, whom they had .iside said Mr. Grunter, 'but I'm afraidI prf.t is found to 1
*ila will apply! to the Hon. Sears Bryan, taken (loin the American sloop Jane, which you the ter curren of wind, her course was alteredto ntoullyappme another person statiened I in i _

'yWCoanty: Court Jackson county, for her shall be under the necessity alarming a south easterly and was distinctly visibleat London that a particular letter of the alphabet of the recent exprmetat.t Usajsuity,
had from
been on New
C captured passage i the who has be hSnt
liBjnistralion, with the will annexed, neighbours by throwing person triumph eoe-'
I the direction of the indicated words and th
the York Charleston by the British schooner sun dovu goingin ocean is thereby sentences te w. .
alae of David Trammel. deceased. to out 0' the window. will te: V
just spoken which to her return caused manifes- ad mjutjto be communicated, andre Furhr tie : "
[4>. TRAMMEL. P <:tOft. The Portuguese brig met her at 'What do mean by that, sir?' inqui- previous may pet of thepmf.WILLIAM I
J,I837. 52.6wThItiy sea in a sinking condition, took out the crew red Mr. Noddy.you tations of'much interest for her safety. We the idea ofa perfect telegraph would be bl progress i.J
learn tbe passed over Chestertown and alized. .L&NDBI
DOLLARS REWARD.I and burnt tbe sloop. These young scions 'What I Mr. Grunter.'I lady 19 W > *
lay, replied Edinburgh, 'I!, ,
landed the farm of the late Benjamin Ri- Without it is to 21 r
01: experience impossible
from my mills, Goal the middle of of tic Royal Navy came on board our. chr., should like to see you do it, sir,'said Mr. say 1887. --V ; *

th, a large dark brown bay mare noie, and by way showing! then'Yankee hospitality Noddy.'You. caud, in Kent County, about 5 miles from with what rapidity this eJectroMapetictelegnph )- _- _- _- _->-. S. .A..
'br Opon her rIPe rump,some fife or sa welcome' in Rock Hill l, in a dense forest, from which she could be worked, but in all pr abil- .
dthem copiousdraughtiofbskey shall feel do it in half minute 1 GEi&1V
1loItg, .' and three or'four broad-the effect we m and neUstea. This to sir :Mr. Grunter.me a was extricated with much difficulty by cutting tntefigence could be conveyed by ,such REPORT OF THE P.V .:Ml V !i _;V J; ? -
have every'reasua to"believ that down the adjacent trees. Sho states that her a medium aa quickly u it is possible to writeor POST O/TICE Daizz, .
stolen bv a nerro belonging them teemed sweeter far; than nectar, and 'I that you'll favor me rith '
runaway request your ; 1"";
Zibert (qambe whose name is Jim Davis.f. increase appetite grew so mack' bj" what card, sir,' said Mr. Noddy. presence of mind left her not a moment and at least to print,' *n apparatus "could be 6 ., -

iiu f. M years old five feet sevei or djbtremarkibiy expresses much gratitute (or the kind assistance constructed somewhat reembling the kepofan Immediately after laspejaion -
; i in most kind ;
it fed that they were soon "I'll.do nothing of the sir, replied Mr. I
on very '
uIcl k; stoat,especially across die ooofficer-like* ceooeired rendered her by Dr. Ricaud: Mr.Jones: organ, by which the letter of'. telegraph specie payments by t ia. New Y
oditi'oDi'Tlaeylaad Grunter
(.boulders; bow-leaped: quite black,.and Cl> and Wm. Gillialand. could be leached with 'the most ) -
** apper lore tooth. n sodden fancy to remaining, with us ; 'Why not, sir?' inquired i Mr. Noddy. perfect ia May hut a GTc+r ). '

|.t te&be above reward to any rrson who whether,they.were roost:captivated with our 'Became you'll stick; it up over your chim- ease and reg liiity. ting all postmastea. wbo j edbfeat. 11J la V
*.** both male and negro cither to CoL THE RESTING.PLACE.. It bag bass mentioned that the tranimis.lion dee, -* *
ootfcaow. How and delude visitors into tbe ,. j
manners orwbiHer.'I. .. neypie ee, your J.u" -V
tayself dollars for the 'cootd be :
twenty V
of the I
negro or galvanism
.determined 'ttet Iv'-deteia false belief,' that a"entjeman ba.been to lee BY S.I H. MAfriT. I. L.t .I-.
wtrsforthe mafe,if delirered separately) ; llr. Grunter. "So man lieth'down, and riseth not, till! discernible by'van oua, means wen knWu. drafU of tne deparfaaeair
t junuiuUfl anyone who will so the bHg.nylongwv: rid the -famfol porting you;sir, replied .

tnher, (aod Impart to qo!. Gamble oray7auon cam Win# tearful-ejree and!I unsteady: rtit, ,, 'Sir, a friend of mine shall wait on you in the heavens be no. more, they. shall not wake If any indication.bowever flight, n made To those who'direttlf V
tll 1 thai is wanted being that
of soclTeoninemeat ) as willena be raised outofsleep. enotjjh to ccatr Wig
"recover >:J..;7 ,v tbtiy wade'their patting_salutation end ibak the morning: said Mr. Noddy. nor :Wa.. ,
oar property. be the >peraen
the it should perceivable by
LoUIS, M-OLDSBOJLOUaH,. butU..were'eo .'eftnrllelr t Vwemotion,1 'T**8irVrm verymuhobIiged to you for the However dark and disconsolate path ;,.'. \1- f:*' ., ; V

c 'ratf.r lttfl &ieello. tatt"*' r argot W ss1 sboiiig'i' ;ciitto;ban. leave particular directionswkb'tbetervantto of life may seem to any man, there.is an hour. cecttO'wat It. 1lduteleSPI, : &... 4. ....;

-"r ,...,H Ji-.r "'. \.;. '4 : .. :;. ...:. t\.J..c !.... -t lockup' the 'spoons,' 'rerater of deep andquiet repose at hand when tIe j i,", .
4r4 :C8TTOtGlXl1.. ;,.; i41 lho.? : t. ed* .....tW."tocIf1it '. '-Iji.. ;* ;' !=t C5.- .,-;' V .*. body, may stak rate i dreamless tlomber.'betnotlfeiaigtrattoAbe .' mot Ii or '.
:tb.ltrettiag .t..... -5vi 1iE1
.i ,- fmvI.W JL.t' !1iId .,d i <;' ... idslbIaWiIM : ." ; ijarted*at' '. ...
.the.. bed'of dowtt, NiiitiitalT" -1
"" t. "L.: 1_ with place.teslead .
.'''.:'1' _"_ *JU) .'AUII"I'IR'i" .,. t ball be the bed of gravel, or the rocky pave 4i ii_ i. I. i.i" MlS .. (*____ $ ?
"t' conduct V
i..PiIji .. .f1I. on ... V

..' #,'I..::A.ItbI87.. ..; :r-' hall.,.":j." sparse" ', ,' ,. ::....,; j.. ;:? ." '._,,; ., .,* .,. ,..... ... ,J"J t'it" -,, .NL.r&J".f., ." '.' ,<.- .- ?.. -. -L":" -- -tiiif.-i' ."--i 'J' ,. ...... . ;-; S

S .

the Bxmeys belonging to the public for any 1 be.preaealed aa appear to acquire early legfer that they could no longer be considered;. as by this Department Nor!ifl ,sudiji oca j "44ctruriw7tiLth i]I Fi' rt NT,"J' .
I-I-- Ja -nt l l"'n.,uiJthsrtDrIDf; general ito es.of'di public' moneys. be adopted mlaoot tbe" dffectjoor i ;
xpress *
tt .._ aaiexedmarked L Lt c. : the .J-H e ,.- A liaiis. exed'oCall before :employed cos,reu. Y. : -.r HJ jl>0 IA' Ajario >i0 upward*of tea 'tbqpsaadsof k roa'II.E Tajuccar.It ..1': io that,capacity. wbieb' have been disconlm- Believing ibaVspecie is &i:best standard, tily ..ee4bot; frofttielurce which; I ket ts aoalMtt4 -
fbe pod o&ces these refutations mate'ne is give aHJfco, pan ued.< and the only one conternptatad by the cOo iitz oCTTTbiH! $ *ei. ar.ling-treasury draft rboaiaft i '
J aaPomj change efiected by themt4 lars, relalMJf toijft receipts'and ,cxpeotSU A(let due enquiries U procure other de- i stitution.for the public reveode and expcftdt'Urea mong ,__eured intbe'Fert, wihee I Cenefa!too* of Wall s
< that) about' eleven baD ed postmasters lures, which usually accompany an annual K>sitorie*, in conformity to the act, the Department ( as well as for the value of contracts ry attention'8 cemfer consistent w :better. This :nxyreoreit In c g '.
who ((onberty deposited fjbeir income in banks, statement. But an exposition-of them; under has completed the appointment of 1 and property every departure from It. tot most liberal .* of humanity-.security e< fairs nay be Sttr nrted efltWkW.hnof

weekly,:monthly i quarterly' according, to the customary general heads, so far Bit only one. This and four more that havi? those purposes is deemed by tbe undersigned their bog .the poipl aim v- 't a WaalBflgfoD;'
its amount, now.retain tlie aroncy in their tb ev JbaiJkbeea acertataed. for the first half not suspended, with one that has resumed pernicious if not onfonstiluliodal. The" .rID -.u e t the ew ..
own.bands;till drawn.for'by the departmenL of the year is subjoined.. specie payments. (making sji in all) consti- question as to the expediency using any NASSAU Pox.. N. P.;AUG. 30. sUfry notes ft. '90.'.
Tbutna4thihcse: the new sys 'Urief estimates for tbe other half are made ute the present bank depositories for general other medium for a currency is of ._different -, SMALL -' T lotbO.aD meet whh
tern Is mofe" convenient tban the old, as it sc4 stJcb"explanations added, as 'seem -necessary purposes. character, and more complicated. But fatal di LI said"to ; rlle rcnTof a".i"
tafrs 'them .tbe'trouble of goiag or sending. to to show with clearness not bnly the During Ihri inability to obtain specie-pay- tbe ruinous""consequences/ resort to con- we are i informed die few cases wbicb have o relief. 'Tbe tf .

e.hanb and procuring .certificates of depo- condition of the Treasury at this time, but ing banks at other points, the Treasurer, be- tinental money, bills of credit, or any species appeared are of a mil and rte_ture, ernment 'anxf deposhtf' hw reua'
site; it is equally safe, as tbeii entire balan- its| probable state for Ihe residue of the year. ing required by (the closing part of the 8th of paper not redeemable in specie, and September 6.- rbe oc- oatming as foi as possible.ipproximalioa .
tel wifl! be drawn for as'often as they are deposited > According to the Tteasuter's running account section of thc aC't. to keep and disburse tbe which had been developed in our own experience -* cure here 0 the 29th July, and 5fh t last specie and n

; and It Is more efficient because some the whole amount of tbe available public moneys according to tbe laws before as well as in the soundest theories no accounts from several of o indicative ef a germ hanaony rn %
postmasters who might neglect to deposite money in the Treasury on tbe 1st of January in force, has done it conformity to the very of political economy were undoubtedly l a glands[ Until! within die last three o four cia! and political action of theciejinowdowntoi07iO ccatr
wifl nfti Ventire to dishonor a draft. 1837. applicable to public purposes, was I wide discrelion which existed when no principal cause for those rigid provuions" days bad reached as. and it is painfd to have i '.7-.
Tbe postmaster who will not dose their in the Constitution connected with the to have to state, that these accounts are of a No doubt exists that
42.468859 96. From that sum they were rules were in force, that had been prescribed cur- we posses Of
accounts quarterly Will! not* probably, exceed on that day reserved $5.000,000 ; and the by Congress except to -keep' and rency. They restrict any State from issuing nature distressing to the sufferers and their .in spe6e and in produce, to recooUrS
one hundred arid he balances in their balance, being $37,468,859 96, was, under "disburse the same'1 under the general SBperinfendance mere "bills of credit," from making any friends. I was the gale which began on the foreign trade of the country in ifcree -
Jiftnds, front quarter to quarter, are not likely. the provisions of the act June 23, 1836, of the Secretary of Ihe Trea thing a tender "except gold and silver,* or 4th August which did tbe rniscnfrf at the fan parties wouW. ..they do l in

under a proper administration of the department to be placed in deposit with the States. It sury. A put of it, therefore, hw been kept ,;passing any law "impairing the obligation of I other Islands. At Grand Bahama, wherethe io, corojnercial 1 matter, barmooixe .
to exceed in ordinary times, one or is ascertained that $27,063,430 80 out have in special deposite in this city. a portion in contracts," as well as confine to Congress brig Ann, of Boston, was wrecked after permit political hostilities |0 mlorfe ,
two hundred thousand dollars. As they are .since been Annually received by them. tbe mint, and the residue with the officers 'alone the power '4to coin money" and "reg having been blown from of th bar here, he journal has been more independent orLiJ
required to have their balances always ready J Tbe amount of that portion of the first colecting! it, until it was wanted for public ulate( the value thereof." The exercise of sea rose on the south where it is End bankers than we are no one halt'

in! geld and silver the department will always |three instalments, the piyment of which purpose', or until it accumulated! io such 'this last power manifestly relating only to mojtly a low beach and washed away of some : more deeply probed their secrets fo theh

have tbe means of meeting its engagements has not yet been acknowledged, though sums at any point as not lo be, probably I metallic money appears to require merelythe of the corn destroyed part the ;. -no one has dragged out their hiddeM.
and, if a default in an individual case should transfers were seasonably issued f.r it, i is wanted (here for such use. In the first case, I coinage Qf a sufficient supply at the mint corn, when nearly ready fo reaping.At St. i ran mere reot. elr.than,we h ve yen
occasionally happen, nothing like a general $1,165,576 IS. The en*ander; i is $9,367. it has from time (Co time, been applied to the and in conrenient denominations for all necessary .' Salvador, the torm .'3 very severe ; sere say, cheerfully, bat none wtMld baft
refusal to pay, as in the case of the late de- 515 98, and is the sum ,'Thifh was designedfor i payment creditors by drafts on the receivers purposes and of such an intrinsic i rat houses of all sizes injured and blown I.. greater pleasure, the restoration of
Jxwite banks, is ever to be apprehended.It the fourth instalment ifdeposjtes with the er collectors; and in lhe last thc excess value, as, while preventing it (ram being de- I i down, great loss growing crops, and livestock and confidence, on sound aDd' .
will ever be the true policy jf-the department States on the Isi of Octbe fiext. The has been temporarily placed with the prci.bled on the one hand should on the destroyed. At long Island,more particularly principles, tba a we would. It '
not to have a large surplus and,, amount rp..rred in the Triysu1ry on the Is bank not r"n1utclsiruatcd, and in special otbcr not be so underrated as to cause it to I in the northern district, in addition and it ovg&t to be done. .
Ivrrettjuciiri.Wic wm tie nine ro entrust to January ha. since Been itc.C'eased, by return deposit for safely, until wanted for expcnoiiiire be too readily exported or melted down for to the less of houses and growing crops, a i .1
the custody of postmasters or other Moreover subsequently received from the banks, eUcwhere; or until some new legislation use in manufactures. more unusual and destructive rise of the sea REPORT OF MAJ. STEWAf?

the number of post offices now instructed lo the sum $9,670,13752; and which of shall take place in relation to it. I took place, so as to drown a considerable LEON cocsTT, Sept. 23, 18JJ1'
to retain'their funds will be largely redu- could F.OTI the St. Augustine Her !d, (Extra) Sept 13. number of rattle and eheep
course, not then be ascertained or taken Under '.he. e circumstances, the department Go,. R. K. CALL: -i"
fced upon an adjustment of ,the collection system into computation. would pectfully suggest some provisions -!I IMPORTANT CAPTURE. At Rum Key, the injury and loss of pro. Dear Sir,-I hive tbe hoaoortortt
to the mail service as arranged within Philip, and Uchee Billy t alien-Death ojU. perty of has been indeed
RtcEu PTS. which may be more specific, and every description great to you that I have taken a scout, j
the last twelve months. The receipts in the first half of the year, may be requirr-d for the safe keeping and MeXeilWe 1 no one on the Island having escapee to orders received from you. ,On Ute 7|
Though in some places! convenient, hanks deposited in the banks, and paid on draft disbursing of the public money have the gratification ofannouncingto i without serious loss: and inconvenience September I took op the line of nmtit *

are not nccwsary to the collection and dis by collector* and receivers, 50 far as ascertained In the present condition of the government !: o'r readers the c3pture of the noted Indian : I I will commence and rlt conciselyour ed at Sheffield' on the 8th, arrived tt$'
bursement of the Hinds of this department. In : have been I chi,'!' Philip and Uchcc Billy, with losses : Carmichael t of the shingled
and the country, t'.vo systems are pro ,, i iI part Pedro on the 10th, and on the llti't toot
reference to more than t 'n thousand post offices From customs i 7,234,451 posed, either fwInch, it is behoed. may ; several warriors, squaws and children by the I I Pond House Kitchen and African the line of march for Charles' ferry,scj

the Collections and disbursements are From lands 5'303,731: !, be praclicij'jlu I and adequate to the oxi eniicrf -I forces under Ge joral Hernandez, on Saturday rooms ; the Salt hoe unroofed, three negro rived at that place on the 13iL I p nil
:effected more cxpeduiously and more conveniently And from miscellaneous sources 512.262 i of the crisis One i is an enlargement and Sunday last. blues unroofed and partially damaged en Mrs. Charles to let her boat .

than without Could be the with intrrposititn it. The of banks, I To these may be added about $609,000, I II and adaption of the system partial employed On Thursday inst. about 170 men comprising the !large TaJby work wholly throw supplies as far as Old Town, as ttwtij earrji i
they contractors i which remained in the hand of rece\.ersand since the suspension of specif payments parts of company F. 2d Dragoons, down, past repair-Hartford dwelling! boue, possible for tho wagons fo jjil
creditors of the go aaj
vho are department are its $50.000 in tho!e of collectors, subject to .so as to make it answer all necessary pur under Lt. McXeil, E & II2d Dragoons, 01I I gin house, kitchen, thrown down.. .the barn owing to the high water and boggY nanii
'Collectors from and the collection
and disbursement postmasters bat, -. drBff.\All these make the aggregate for that poses. This could be effected merely byassirning dcr Lt. May, part of Capt. Hanson's company I unroofed, nine negro houses blown down, the country. I left Charles' ferry on till
is effected are in few one operation.It after the half of ihe year $13,157,182-no further i lo our existing officers and establishments under Lieut Pellicer and Ferreira, and and all ucroofed-Traalga part of the inst.for Old Town,and encamped t&aiij
a .
generally days
The postponemenl be granted on duty bonds it some additional dutie.i Lt. White hurst's command volunteer Florida western : ; one dormant about 25 miles from that place. \ sealj
close of each
is the
wliere the quarter. operation is estimated tint the whole receipts fir the The Treasury at the seat Cloyrrnment; hone, and company D Artillery, commanded window of tbe dwelling! house, the barn des- of my command down the river, to er.t
tors same the drafts post of masters the pay to contrac- last half of the year, from all source, will the Mint, with its branch at Now Orleans by Lt. Frazer, took up their line of I troyed the kitchen down twenty negro hou- the lower part of the big hammock,a&ii

is upon more tardy. The offices department in reference,thoughit be about $9,500,000 ; which would make ,I nnd another which half been contemplated, marrh from Fort Peton on an expedition to down, some past repair-Wind- the rest of my force went through the I
to which banks a convenience those them as ascertained and estimated for the i,and is much needed, M.New York for other the south* the whole battalion under command sor is al down, even the large Tabby Barn. part, where we saw fresh signs of Indi
whose are arc and not are likely i whole! year, $22,687,182. But if the brief:. purpose, collectors of the customs, and receivers of Lt. Peyton2d Artillery. Gen. Her- \e one man, Isbmael, who was sick but, as it was too late to pursue them I.
icccipts large, are
be absorbed from the extension of the present postponement, of money for the sales of land, as I I Iwellos nandez in person superintending the expedi- rid exposed all night to the weather. At- went to Old Town,.heie our supplies,.
drafts of tl quarter to quarter have by brought into view herc:fter. & favorably regarded postmasters, might all be directed to I I tion with Lt. Graham, 2d Dragoon, aid de the south side, the "barf all gone, boat house to to meet us. On the 16th inst. I seat
department. They
iron chests* or safes where the specie generally is be directed by Con le**, the re- \keep in safely not only the public money I camp. Asst. Surgeon Mottc accompanied all down pall of the salt house roof tak- companies on foot to scour in differ*!
will probably be about $7,000 while collected all the detachment.On en ctf two wind blown down, the
and with strict and ; by them, but actually place in pumps rections the lower part of the bammed
kept; a supervision care- by a postponement of ihe whole to anoiher their possession, by transfer or otherwise reaching Buioville the battalion took dwrlli ig house a little injured the kitchen One of the companies reported that they
fnl attention to their: bond, they will seldom, .
if ever, be found in default. year, thcy will not be likely to exceed $4- As fiscal agents they might also be' requi position for the night; the baggage train under iown4 and cart house-At the south side 'fresh signs of Indians; the other coj

The transfers of fdnds are effec 300,000 red to pay over and transfer it for such pUb-I!I Lt. Frozcr occupied St.Joseph's. Whilst lOU lost the beat bouses down, & bachelor'stooms saw nothing but old signs. Capt. .Bni.
ted the necessary department without inconvenience Looking at otir "hol<; rerent'o" therefore. lic purposes as may be authorized by Congress preparing to move the following morning five kitchrrn- However, we are not the mounted company was directed to KSV
from all it that the balance negroes ( four of them belonging Maj. Herot only sufferers-the settlement at Port Boydall
or loss, On the interior mail routes, the expenditure quarters, appears and under uch regulations as the i I I upper part of the hammock. Hesooift
of reserved at the of ,) came in and delivered themselves down at the south side Mrs. Patton's
is generally than the income money j Treasury Department from time to time may: up. ; the trail where they had left that Iii t
so that, after the greater contractors have re-1 the year, as [finalty ascertained to be $G'-I j ;prescribe.! Indeed, the 3d section of the I They stated that they had left the ludians, new shingled house down-Geo. D rsea's I crossed the Suwannee river below ftiC(
; 670,137, with the actual receipts for the and were anxious for the protection of the house, Martin's part of Burner's house, anda
ceived the entire revenue of the office ; j poet office li\v (1825, with the bond taken I landing; from the signs supposed tqfctf
supplied half at and those whites; that the Indians had no intention of number of others, in fact. Hum ,
$13,187,182 Key
by them, balances are still due] These now nnti- under it as to the ngenry of the postmasters .: upon I fifteen to twenty Indians. About tdi
ballances are as readily paid off by drafts on cipated for the lat half of it at $7,000,000. is, perlnps, already stimYJoritly; I emigrating, and that time there were partiesof the whole, is almost laid waste, aDd most before we arrived at that place, (ben I
the postmasters in the cities where th surplus will constitute an aggregate of$26,857,319.: : broad for that class of officers. At prints them '-mploycd! south of the Toinoka and persnna must begin anew. The two outlets hive been from 150 te 200 Iacn--

arises, as they could be by chocks on EXfE.VDITURES. like New York, and n few othsr, where :: cast of the $t. Johns preparing slaVe lOnTlt;. A- from the pond are totally destroyed-the crossed the river at the same plare,M$
banks in the same places. The is The expenditures during ibe first half! of likelihood existed that the sums would permanently mon : the negroes was John a of Philip, western places, :1 un roe'=and Tyoe's nearlyall most of them see me..I to be i
process j who fled from 'his
master of hi
the year were, for i be but which, under reduced oa account down-the Sparrow which arrived one the nation trail oata
rendered the more easy from the fact, that ] l-irget a attachment to 'his wife of the way to ; one was |
one slaves of
the heaviest surplus accrues at those points Civil, miscellaneous and for. revenue and expenditure, would seldom Maj. Heriof. day before the severe gale, was dragged horn wards he Walker ferry. On ftt'lTl

where funds are most valuable, particularly eign intercourse $2S 12.5-1040 occur nuthoiity might be given to appoint On Friday morn in .tfi' battalion' her anchorage, and sunk at 3unroeV: called for volunteers to cross aMId'
Military, including pensions 10.503.361 49 the clerks now tiding an cashiers and tellers proceeded The schooner William the 4tb, Isaac McBride of the and here I DBtutsl
at New York, so that the drafts of the Depart from Bulow's! and crossed the Tom loI pursuit enemy;
Naval 3,297,149 69 under the collectors and receiver other } master, sailed from hence on the 4th II
ment to pay balances in the most distant parts or near its head, with Philip's John the honour of the officers and me,
oldie Union are generally better than: cash, Public llcbl 20,832 75 more suitable: pT,ons, to act as keepersand I lepvinjr orders for the as a halt guide, August for Bum Key, to call at Eleuthera all showed a promptness to volunteer'f
baggage to
-- piymstcrof the public But at and long Island, and has not since been in &eir
being available for mercantile remittances. money. Tonrika ferry. On Friday services that speaks much m
Thus, the necessary transfer of the Depart- Making nn aggregate of $1G.733SS4 33 i they should be mndo indcp-ncJ: of the collectors si\v the) fires of an Indian camp evening at DUlilato they\- heard of. The line of march was taken up,."(

menl are readily effected( ; and as this state of: --- nod receivers, and placed under the about half mile from the site of the burnt ver crossed at Camp Farning. Wt CM
things is not likely to change, it would seldomIf : The expenditures required to meet existing -: like tenure of office, and under 'tillable houses. They proceeded the Morning Hcrad.! ued down the river until we struck tkl.
appropriations during the lat hail of the bonds. Additional of and cautiously, and NEW YORK, Sept. 15, 2 P. 31.
ever, become necessary for the Department means safety, about midnight the \oluntcors under Lt. and pursued it fifteen or twenty rafleSi
to transport specie from one point to year, will as computed, eq-ial (Ihe um of such additiorial bu' limited rorrpensalifin to White-hurst, took a position in ambuscade LITER. FROM ENGLAND. the fresh signs seemed to d perie lI
another if there was not a bank in existence. $16,000,000 ; making for the whole year any f'he above offici rs, might he provided two sides of the just at the on I By the GARRICK, from Liverpool, we large swamps. We then returned Miferent
camp; daylight
Upon the suspension of the banks, effoits $3 2, 733,884: 38 theincrea-ed risk and I liLor rniht render regular Dragoon, under Lt. advanced I have, through tbe politeness of iba Captain, direction for home where no Wi'
were made in some quarters to compel the Whatever cxpendiIUr f shah arise within. just; but in only a few C'ISf''oJld these to the attack. Lt. May's Pe\lon, charged I jLiieipvol papers of ]6tb, and London of been made. On the evening of tbe 1M''

depaftrne'hf to receive irredeemable and depreciated the year, upon new appropriations which last be augmented at any plarc. and Philip with another company Indian and a- 15lh tilt.The turned to Old Town; 19th, sent o_|tI '
paper,for postages. Law, justice, Congress mny thii k proper tf) make, will require Taking the year 1834 as furnishing a specimen -I number of women and children were immediately London papers are still mainly occu- I scouts in the large hammock; they rIfI

and public policy, required an inflexible resistance a corresponding addition tu this amount. sufficiently large of the probable buhinc .I } captured; only one, the pied with tbe elections. (that they saw some l1Oa11.igD.l, aoJ'J,
of these efforts. Gold and silver arc Hut without them, it will constitute an ex !s in future connected with the general 1 : of Philip, escaping. younger The Morning: Chronicle of the 14th (theMinisterial number ef hut, built last winter. 0*

the only constitutio lal and legal cuirency ofthe cess of $5, 874,565 of expenditures over operations of the Treasury Department, I This capture was made without loss or bloodshed paper) gives this. statement of 20th. look up the line,of march for 'Dc
United States, and nothing hut that currency both the receipts and the balance at the commencement ofcours, not including Ihe separate establishment -i on either side. The Indian with Philip the general result of the elections, kno"'DnDd man's Bay where a steamboat, by Gel

or its equivalent, can be legally offered ofO;! year ; besides not leavingat of the post office, the whole number known as Tomoka John, offered to escort the conjectured.For Jesup'a orders,was to meet me on the 1
to the public:creditors in payment. All the close out any thing in the Mint or of warrants issued in that year was a lit- party to the Uchee camp about 10 miles oft. tbe Ministers, 313 with such supplies as the troops might !

taxes' and postages are imposed in this currency the Treasury for future usrs, or to meet canlingencies. -:j lie under five thousand, and though difiern ( They took him at his word, and after a most Conservatives, 302 Accordingly, on the 21st I arrived then
,'and all contracts are made upon its |i much in actual! amount, svcr.iging; about fatiguein;and circuitous march, came There were thirty eight members yet to waited until the morning of tbe 24th, .
basis. The public faith could be kept, and In order, therefore to discharge that excess 5.000 each.-This would Le J less than their fires early irt the evening halted about upon be elected,who are thus classed bribe
the public business successfully carried on, and retain of the money reserved on twenty warrants a day, und h('nee would require a mile from them until after midnight, when paper; boat appearing,I was compelled tolea I *
only by a strict adherence to the plain letter the 1st Januaty, one million, which is the les than one per day to he paid in I they care fully advanced and completely SUP Ministerial, 27. post. ,During the twa days I rt
as 'wed as obvious spirit, of the law. smallest sum ileemed proper under the act each of the twenty six States. They difiVr- rounded ihvni. From the barking of their Conservatives, 3 there, the country was well scouted>if fbut

The undersigned is happy to stale, that all of Congress. fur the efficient operations of I'' ed, in fact from r four per day in this district I dogs however,and the fact that their fires were Doubtful, 8 no fresh signs were dwcorered. '.9 i iI
attempts 'to force the department to receivedepreciated the mint, and nl least three or four millions nnd two per day in New YOlk, which were extinguished the Indians must have suspectedthat This is the most favorable light, we presume I 27th I arrived at Camp Call. ,

paper were soon abandoned; that more, to answer Kirddeu and contingent calls the highest numbers to only one per weekin I all was not right. At the dawn of day. in which the Minister could' look at The troops are.healthy,with the exec'
little difficulty has been experienced in col- -there will probably be a necessity to resort i i'I scveial uf the Slate The business at on Sunday, a charge was made bytbe whole the result-and i leaves them in an t'quivo of three or notwithstanding .1 ibe j
lecting postages in' specie and nono where ) the deposites now with the State. and lo each office duly, .r even weekly in making force in two divisions commanded by Licuts. cal position. : ships they have undergone,they keep!)
tbe circulation change tickets has been successfully the instalments destned! fur them in October,I payments of the drafts would therdote be Peyton and McNicl. The Indians were From Paris the dates are .f Sunday the spirits. I have no doubt but our( !

'resisted; and that the credit of the or to some other resource, to a sum equal ; very little. If more than one draft issuedon the alert and pave one discharge of their rifle on- I3th. Every: thing was tranquil there. A this time is perfectly afe. I. befierj -
department has been preserved unimpared.. to $10,000,000. By a report of the Treasurer : a warrant the business would be increa- by which Lt. McNicl was unfortunately letter of 13th from Paris says-"The moat the Indians are either going in to M
Nor U any difficulty apprehended, so long as of the 30th ult. it appears (that the bal sed in that proportion, unless the whole payments mortally wounded. Some little firing took remarkable circumstance to be noticed i is the Jesup. embodying themselves for lk-

postages are collected in the constitutional ance,in the Treasury including what was in were reduced, as is probable, hereafter : place, by which two Indians were killed and state perfect tranquility which universally : campaign or are retiring to th* t
currency of the United States. But, should the custody of banks, the Mint, and collecting ( to sixteen 01 seventeen millions yearly. two or three wounded. prevails through out the entire kingdom, and glades. I: have nothing more to J Jmunicate :

the department be compelled tu receive and officers, \\$ then $34,596,311 ; that Hut if (he amount, iiesid. w ono million in The whole party consisting of Uchcc Billy I which I venture to predict will be very lit- at present. .1rtf
offer to its creditors, the depreciated notes the amonnt "this subject to immediate draft the mint, was chiefly in the bands of half I his br.othcr Jack, three warriors, and number 1 tie, if at all, disturbed by the elections now JAMES STEW.pJ'ltIaj.
issued,by hundreds of embarrassed, faithless, was only $8,928,012but the whol hal. the present number, which would approach of women and children were taken, one all but fixed. The next in importance is commanding M. 1.

or bankrupt'corporations or individuals, no ance in the Treasury, including all which nearer to the probable resull) the *mn with only made his escape during the night; but jlhe I beautiful harvest witb which we are blessed I
sure calculation can be made as to the future; had been deposited with (the Stales, and ordered each would still be less than most of the existing without time or opportunity to give the alarm. t and the fine vintage which appears to AUTHENTICITY OF THE BIBThe
and there,is reason to apprehend general dis- to be, hough only a small part of the i bonds or receivers; and when exceeding Gen. Hernandez and his staff were present await us." following passage from Simpsoalains .
conle. extensive failures, and deplorable amount is subject (o immediate draft was theirs, or those of the principal collectors mid among the foremost on both occa- I The London Times, i in commenting en an interesting outline of the pr
disorganization throughout the mail service. 41532381. Deduct ;:!hl! which hdS been the exre"!. in mnd cases, could tie .':ons. this prospect of a fine baa ye.l. .Ul*: the Divine Inspiration of dw Scripicre
With-wh face cwrtil Iflu department insiston and-was-designed to uc aeposucu with the rcudily prevented, or reduced by being Tim whole number captured amounts to "This blessing is. not peculiar to France. "There are four grand arguments f ft
,and compel a strict performance o( ,con I Slates and there would be no balance left drawn out to pay creditors, nr be conveniently 3.1, who were brought into town yesterday, The accounts horn Spain mention,that wilh truth of the Bible. The 1st is the1on .n
tract obligations by contractors, when stripped i on hand subject to draft though including transferred to lh<5 Treasury of ihe United accompanied by the whole battallion. in the memory of man a' finer harvest than record 53, the prophecies-3d tb t

of the power to perform the most vital' every thing in the Mini, ', and in ;the poue: Stales, al the seal Gove-nrrunt, or to The gallant Lieut. McNeil lingered until the present was not seen." ness or the doctrine'-4J, h. moral clferoflhepensman.
pait of the contracts (so far as the interest ofthe sion receivers' and collector' which is the Mini nnd its branches. Jnll one of 10 o'clock on Monday night, when he oxpircd U. States Bank post notes are quoted, Tbe, miracles flqi...j
contractor is concerned) on its own part. : applicable general (ho latter authorized New He in London 12th divine ; the prophecies from drruderstanding
purposes. M at York, the was a promising young officer, and on at 96 1-2. power
Justice and'sound policyalike demand firm i Hence it ig probable' that', besides the deficiency substitute before mentioned, of the presentofficers his loss is universally regretted. His bodyas Confidence appeared to be reyiY g. ',and ; the exccllcBce of the dj
adherence in the mail service, lo the standard -! for tba expenditures of the year, no in the customs there as an :'ndepen- *- brought ;in and buried with military, honors : business with it. from divine goodness; and the moral' .
of yahie and the basis of contracts, .prescribed sufficient means of any' ,kind will exist on dent keeper and paymaster of the public money at 6 o'clock yesterday afternoon.As Captain Palmer. reports that tbe packet tel of the penman from divine purity., ?

by the Constitution, and hitherto the first of: October next-after defraying could bo adopted, nnd If deemed prudent to the effect which this capture,will have ship :Ville de Lyon, Stoddard, from . strictly maintained, (except (or a short pcri- the intervening expenses, to complete the be extended to any other simikr place.In speculation is varied; the non combatant portion for New York, put into Portsmouth on the pillars the power tbe-mide :
t1d,) amid the calamities of war. instalment of deposite4heu. payable unless this mode, the present number of officers j- of our city, think thai thc capiors oughtte 14th August, in dislress -having: ,been goodness and the purity.o* God-'!
On the whole, no legislation is necessary a largo part of the bonds for duties posipon connected with the collection end disbursement ,- have sent in'a (Lig and asked a surrender; struck lightningand had.5 of her ,crew must be the'invention ef go
to maintain the credit of this department, or ed lo that day and, amounting to near $4, of the revenue throughout the others think that the party should have ,ivai- killed. The leaky. for they nei'her would nor'' 't
enable! |szo[ ,mage its fiscal concerns; the existing 000,000. and tho million and half then due United led until the wa book and tell I lies aH the:timt t'f'
deemed } ,a .States. need not be al all increased.f enemy ,had made their coonti. BoiwaAux. August 10-Tb* Pretender_ a ., .
for those
*wffbcirig' t-. ample pur on the first, bond from the' U. S.; Bank, -- ivill il become necessary, except in a and come in to puley er to deliver! themselves T aCrnc"J ting it, saying -ABBS wm ---
poses.: shall be punctually paid or,)in the meantime few cases, to augment their compensation. up. Either of these speculations diretiol hisofe.up, their movement it was their own invention. B W ,

"'l.rmv''Your die obedient honor'servant.to be, some provision! on.ibis subject ,made Twenty or thirty' thousand'dollars a year throw aside and took, upan the. event! a.a p.rere upon ab city'on_ the. 3 1 it. The..xpedilioooi the inrention of bad book.men which otai. .

//w*; AMOS KENDALL. Congress. '. would probably cover 'he whale additional mater of facl t. embodying more beneficiaj 1 Cailile,confuting' r6O iQfantry.3fld; would not make aDd '.
To'tbe JlalirIJIJIrf'.or UNITED V. Olf TUX, SiFE-KtEriNO OF THE, PUEL1IC expenso of every kind. advantage. our territory than njf preceding 200 calvary,:Wu oath .P nafi.ln !. duty,forbids all sin, I
rl'jhu't 1"_' ;! MONET HEREAFTEB.Tb .' VII. ON THE MONEV RECEIVABLE roil punA it, and giving promise iOte capture of was moving'.upon tbo.psoYinceP( &gOt*. to toaD eternityconcICBionthe ",1

bftTo! : arrangement: r. keeping the public' 'LIC DUES. "King Philip" and.,Dcnee. iy", of.jujnorespeedy T. battlion p.ohtbLsexitQs.rtuaine4 i JJibre.gt'. ,
THEe OF money.which baa.been ih succMsful voperralioo The kind of money or currency receivable peace than all the, .mililary:'appointments .. in lbS *.f liaryof.andSpria.. ,t. ,1' vine Inspiratiop.. "I
t.'Tn1:O TREASURY. ON TtJK 'PI. for 11 fewcars, prerioui to,tbb puageoftho4epostc for public dues is another embarrassment which the last two years baa made,D.1
r1'ilt : f net of 4836. ..became paniell .concerning which I legislation his been familiar with. ,' I ;. .bLnwa1ieeittd fiof Mad? "I used to be ealted' a '., iIthwwu
t., .:":4. ':fl': Ir'iaTJl. .irl ,)'I', / ernbariaaid1 .by carrying, into effect doomed proper by many. A change in the 'Gen. HernandeZf'and" all,under.him' are. ": '&a.; ".u fob*the'French fife.b uudl..l7t PQIi.ti

.t, 11' i ,. i" 'isa1 om pt'iif.proifuion .r B14.{ ih" enforce-- ecicUng practice has been requested.by,olhep entitled to the warmest thank. of fa* 1 c- ; : oeie1ke
'Ja w. bt.a. t meat of th.m.afl l!, tqLJ!tt.rJl pertc.t4 ,V beuUegif tattoo.. Bui, since tbe iuspensipnpf try generally rJ haying wiihaiferjrtrijnf}; l. b Wa.q110' r ,Jb bxriJ I..b it WISW.J.I.iff h i3i4aEreca&ctI4
( .J'I'a'' "{. JPrv&nI ; cie ,the dcert ft.,aJH fcllii I. '* P4 that
eM 'itac.L"cmDl'! .q p paymenl by,ihe baak.'oo: oof M- / l teiltrg' !
,. ,. t.l force'penetrhOa ; mutlovard &* uk'
4 :'. : 'I"t. I 99 :: change,pbicb.would sanction "the receiptof: insccpsai4pcfl ,*
I I f rhi..Jt .i t '. ." bank'paper n t r redeemable pt _'II. u utfJ # j ,* J aarir i hpsaa lr..1.--1

't, : 11 '!, :ul"c'ta 11 r r.1 f. .'ojui thought either prudent or, .pmtjaibled.4 certain. ?, '' t ;"I. r O 1"1.o _t ;1 J Ri 4*..1 :

"t; C 1U11' (4.I.q% c-r.ni'. :11 .. t lrt o .'rfl f" )4 :C t t +.. rJ H1 1 ; '!w .( i :1;t r ,.. :aVft : 4r4t .t. 'g\ .," ? f.1. 1 .JT' ,'*.

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p. ..
di16 joJ e ip -
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-'-- -- I'or tfcejW. -
; ,- UN hath s been bad I upot !1).i bjecLdtIODilrom' aa -- ,

e citizens eCfcratfleUlea l 4 ff4 rQtR"4rJ"iQ! ; : '; I1 --' t ;? --,' 1t.-fJ--:1:1f 'jt-- -- ZJJJt.
n"-preRDi instant I tffjH2j3 fwy* $ ** f -"-' .
notice4a ( l'
pflyiD&J r h '* piece higW/'compUmi* \ ellt'-S''IIQUN-l .+ .
,hicbbsve" Mjd:.;'mtimiJw.'. -. JH* atlhank." torof. Thornton for f: his ps.trkotismti. 1,. for three*rtain prodissor'D dr 'i' mll 'OS._ I DAJ'.l- I' .cr_ a4ark

i jj,3EPTMBER. 3O 18a1IUtttt1ft'd.net 'W .oetm ftlerna'to.Jpr te: plW? ed in the relief of tbe Block b.1i.W lhe undersigned; made 'papbk' ..t6Jeb.a.ttsorbeirslasfofl.ws. .. .1 let &Ite to I ." C.Cars t ; *$ .
committee., TbeYlID -"- ":oh
i.z. ; Ii.-."
thtZnste '
itbout4etrieffijin the J least IIa :: .
T;;; degree from One note dtfej hich .
(present: authoriiing) ihe; Setartaiy 4f/ M on the 16th Valj. 1837 and! pajrable. tel bav ..JIoo'oIIate..W.1.-, .
Tborfiton apiiila'Dd
W ca tJ/ftiStjry to it will' not be amUs on the first to .
to iofarai day January : JOS TA "
: Ii. ,
'a. toMfcree- : .
tnid 183JJ
TliorbrtoJf tsaure
than th
G. te: withhold the the thoasaDd doflat 9o ;
rment'of thr rbtirtb citizens of futureuertlOeared
bsutment Leon Sept.9.J83f.
tcrJAJI tb peepleof Le D' cduntj In the Counly, dial Mr. N. : to render it worthy of ,I .f"
the a continoanei -
sent of One their fa -
8urpl tsrtTenuelibe Uti W. Walker note the'same date and --
payable on the -
lhe slates in two brother atld -
Counci1.ICJt Slipsoc '
ItItlte were first YOufr.i'-0' 'r4 NOTICE.A .
\ .
-b- October, Us passed that body by also_there.- 'Mr W.: net day olLalJ1I839,, ,for two thousand dollars.; ,To strangers, > tios 'f" 'c / LL owain
a votEd 27 wishing to see Mrs. On j note of the same date and especially. inhabitanU of the persons *istawithitMIIa&O(1hc..
3Um'I!'.<-" and requeStd t.: H.WMIHTV to 17. Bills harVllketrise been.introduced in W's distress' on parting from her on so peril' ;. first day of JannaJry. 1840 for two thousand paybl.ca dollars. South who arc desiroos ir' procuring pleasait and OL'Carporatiosj.01 LIre city of. TallAI I:

t *re StEW11t?, ase eamiidfltetnreprermftr the Senate 1oDti4ctbt! ; lfe keeping of the o tis and hazardous an expedition did As the said JosepVB Watts i(not given trs the healthy of rpidence -dorw the I&t sftMon,-he Hereby BQUfiid to cJeaa e,UM..Mb.SF L
not city St.
consideration Joseph o'mlJ1.lDJ tp pora&Ie4 ad nnd'r au.the 19th oil of all, r. ,
.p ill the rr f public mon-cj8-tU f let her kndw he agreed nporr, "e'are cttter. not, I lI.Nt.
compel the
or xt .a banks in that '
was ta
ple I the Dis going but gestheheatoftheday is cam diseaae wfc
: fih
.eat ; as the to pay either of the said. notes, until he eontteMly b'd insJH et *.ttsry ,
plat rt tJw1ci.f!: tr ict to resume specie payments m six month I boat left the sbore he mounted tbo deck, and with his agreement,or until e doe course of complies law. I! the cool awtnvigoraLiag sca breeze f VW ,be jrf* 4, AU LOTS motHieade*.W byjo*

ore forfeit :their tharters-.to authorize the issue i in a laud and nudable voice said MARTIN PALMER I sence of any large body of fresh water entirely ex time eJbv Mipuhued will to cleansed by the aaadaeiBplo7

reqestt-d W ihfloanee !f friend Tell to a L JAMES L. i empts the city from any local causes of diseased Sea i d.bv the City Corporalioafer Uwt p
Mrs. psse
n;? art sttthoffted* treasury.notes-to extend fjievrarehotne sys I W. where I am gone,p I PARISH, i. bathia*,teat important..arescrf ativc of heahj .ud duurfmt titbeow.rsoaaiSIota I AM
ti..M candidate DARlUS | .nut
s a to WILLIAMS. joaf
eel.J I L. repre tern, .04 lo extend Ute time of and should the fortune ef here be enjoyed in its I of the owners CM-and
Jtfonticello refitting
;:1. of Je8 rson in lhe ftelt Le payment of. the war prevent my r ,Jefferson coanty... 30, 1837. frrateaVperfection, fcceauao- tells, werk,ibflotft
'Atunl" return sbo dus: btb,buse ; will be acid
I t.t duty bonds. must neither lament nor grieve" Stf1C .., having bass erected on bottom at public atieUoa fertile pa. jmealeftaV.
Countl: __ __ of fine while sand. Nor the ame. .t
.II ilive Ic the Mouse assigning as are. ,means of amuse i : 'J
similar a
reason be
bills have would -
5' likewise
been I greatly ITfedinal College of GeolJrift. meat wanting; sail boats arc always at band for aa I COURTNEY, "? .: '

HAI/.d. JT. WALKER E q., of St. fcfarka at presente It is reported that Mr. Rive in the prefer her being a brave man's widow than I THE Coure of Lectures in this institution trill'I excursion on the beautiful and picturesque bay,, ;Tallahassee, A*;. H, 1837..S City.Marshal. _

.d I r 'tation ot> a' large portion of his neighbours I Senate, and Mt. Garland, of Va. in the House dying a co ward'* wife." K.: ed on the third Monday (16th) of nexi'L where the little island of Inch Keith,whose gardens
consented to become a candidate la will bring forward ; St. M&rk, September 27th, 1837. October, and le coxitinuedasnsual to the last 01 r are a striking histance of taste, ingenuity, and per* NOTICE,- ,
anS rr.enllin part, the county of Leon in the next propositions. as counter pro March. The 1st of AprI./instead ofthe third Wednesday severance, baa afforded a scene of general attraction IX mootbs afrerdate I ihalI prssntmn !ou4-

fr.ue\a .e concfl' V.c.sus. jects" to the sub .treasury scheme. Mr. Adams: Humane. of this month, will be commencrtnent day to'vjsil rs. Carriages may at any time be procured, ;era &tOO 4J'ty ;t tbaflon..the. iudge:r tit,"

has introduced a resolution -Among the snfferers by the recent The Professors are, *- .>."'r-' and the drive along the beach combines the pleasure County C orGaaden corny for ,nataetzJo-

Hiloflztd and requested to announcej President for all the calling upon the fire at New Haven was an industrious L. .'. Dujfaj, M. D. of Anatomy. "l"" of inhaling the sea breezes, and ratifymj the eye: meat arid discharge from the adVainistrfttioiI

j at. ,to Bannerman as a candidate to reprctiiht this correspondence between mechanic Wm. C. Balwin. After the fire Charles Davis M. D. (formerly\of CharfStdn! ,*) of S by, a succession strikingly beautiful scenery. estate of C.pt.lohn Bills, Ute of ,Gadaden. cooatj,

c unif .f Leon in the next Legislative government and Texas, in regard to4beapplicalicrrof one Isaiah Gale who rejoices in the Chemistry and Phirmacy. With these attractions, and many others whichlt Florida. r 'r v \ -
posses- Joseph A. Ere, M. D. of Therapntics would be tedious to euumernte JON. ROBTNSOtt 'Ad_
the latter for admission sion of soul and Mattria proprietor of the ,- i ust r,
Collllct'"L unien into the a attached the small remnant of Mediea. Mansion House offers to the public table suppliecwitlrevery August 12, 1S31a_ >- :, ,

authorized and 1' -also the correspondence Great Bii' i I Mr. Baldwin's property, to secure a debt of George M. I ewton, M. D. (just returned from Eu I- delicacy, to which the bay contributes'a r
if are requested to announce tain, relative' to the north-eastern rope) Physiology and rich of fish 5OTICR 1
. candidate boundary of: fifty nine dollars. Such a man be Pathological-Anatomy., supply among which are the Green
ought to buried
N. SCOTT as I Legislative represent JcfferJicouoty ,the] United States. Upon the subject of Texas where the rises. I L. D. Ford, \. D. of Institutes of Medicine and Turtle Pompino,, Flounder Sheepsheart, JfC. A SUBSCRIBER intending toTeraove from
in the next Council. sun Boston
Mr. A. Trans Medical! Jurisprudence. bar stocked with the choicest in.s and Honors, and from the Territory,offer far sale a Valaa fe

became quite animated, and took occasion cript.We I' Paul F. Eve, M. D. of Principles and Practice of chambers furnished with excellent beds, linenc. tract of LAND, situated about six Miles from Tal

We are authorized and requested to announce to enter into the merits of the question, think Isaiah ought to experience a gale 511 rgery'. Hts personal attention_will always be given to the lahassee. near Lake Jackson;eontainiofflOQacm.
k WittuMs, Esq. as candidate the 500 A. Cunningham, Sf. D. of comfort of his 150 of which are cleared and under
represent concluding with an expression of his miles at sea, in an Indian Theory and Practice of; guests. nd he can confidently assure eakavstioo.-
thata without
rtintrof 1 Leon in the next Legislative i Council. opinion canoe, Medicine.M. them that hothm;'shoU he found wantin He also offers for sale the wtnriaf ero0 aad stock..
large portion nl the people of the United States compass or companion, or any thing to eat F, Antany, M. D. of Obstetrics and DU.aoo. of ROBERT ARMSTRONG. and a set of Blacksmith tools a.d taratof ateasiift;
were opposed to the except what our friend of the Females and Infants. N. B. A steamboat is &a4.otmnu5- '
If eve authorised: and rrquested to annotincetwee measure, and would prefer Argus is disposed now established to run re- V
E. PrsKis. Esq. as a candidate to disiinion to such result. He was to give him.-Boston Traveller. Wm. Henry Robert, Prosector. gularly between this city and St. Marksand ar'. This tract was formerly Droned by Capt'lI. P.

IfIIt the county of Leon In the next LegislativeCouncil. repre- but the prnmptlj repliedto I Fees for the full course;the ti tickets, &120 ran ement8 are making for a line from N. Orleans, Sinnnons, has on it a valuable mill Rat wed froew'location
Speaker dec.ided'the discussion rf p which will its other
the Demonstration, once, 10) afford the shortest and most pleasant possesses considerable advanlgft.
question to be out of rder. OBITUARY. Matriculation"once, 'c route between th.it place and the North. I For CelDls apply- )- t/t the vrnnr.ait.r,.a- ttm.-- M,)*.**-*-.

I DIED-OnTuesday euningofapop1exy WIL- Diploma, 30 -_ tion. THOMAS SIM SON
Washington *
We are authorized and requested to correspondent .f the Charleston For A 25tb 1837.
announce LIAM G.uToS'.or Savannah, an upright merchant an particulars; fyc. see Circulat pr apply to REGULAR PACKETS. u ziMt 3-tf
5tn.. THOMK DROWK, ai a candidate to representrle Courier says,-"The opinion of the Presi[ j accomplished gentleman, a benevolent man; His: PAUL F. EVE, Dean Faculty. SCHOONER Lady NOTICE.

? of Leon county in the next Legislative dent i is, that Congress will adjourn afoul the j I fellow citizens will hare to deplore the loss of one ofthe Augusta Ga. Aug. 7. 6 M. Swaim, IX weeks after
jooaol- Ijhlest ornaments of their soviet master, and schr date I shall apply to the Hon.
15th of October. The v, and a deep- Wash A-
opinion of of lhe I tl LEON K.7 Judgeofthe:
some COUNTY Conaty Court of
ly attached circle of friends in Nt w York, claim ft COURT. ington, Jefferson master. letters Leon conntj for
Ire are authorized and requested to announce knowing gentlemen is, that they will break up mouruful privilege of uniting in their grief Edward Loockerman ) Assumpsit. Att'nl for will run a? regular packets T. Glisson of administration upon the estate oWrigU

K ratnl tbe l or.lof Leon county in the next: ) agree that it is very doubtful whether Wm Joordan and Henry ilor $I65 dam's; issued or passage, apply to Swaim, Loyd &Co, St .Mark, Dated 21 HENRY H. WALKER.
Lfis1ative Council.VTrareaulhoHeed. anything Smith. trading &c. a$1 I Sept 21,1837 returna- or to Kerr & Kirkjey, Tallahassee. 1837. U.
I will be dine far the relief of the country, mAmtli11D Ui1''It a(mDm Ia Jourdan <$. Smith. J We to March t'm.; 183 Nov. 18, 1836. 15 r.

ad and tome sturdily undertake that there will be THE defendants in said case and all others in
requested to announceCoLF. dine PORT_. OF ST. MARK. will take notice of the institution of MARSHAL'S SALE. NOTICE u hereby given, that an election for
Ft ALLEY ;; nothing beyond the extension of the -
as a candidate to duty said suit
represent and of the !, to the
issuing of said writ virtue and in repre.ent Co. of Leon
tatfeunly of (Jarlsclen in the next LegislativeCouncil. bands." Arriicd-SepttI I. schr Megunticook, Mage, from tachment, and to and at. execution pursuanceofa certain writ of at tbe ensuing session of the
Legislative Council
appear plead to the declara (pluries issued
CamJen Maine )
with of
Lime Lumber on t the
&c A Superior ot the
Crane to I L ion filed in said action according to the salutes Court of the Middle District of Floiida in and for Territory Florida, will be held in the said
MORE Tf FLORIDA. i in such case made and provided. the of Jefferson county of Leon, on Monday, the 9th day of Octo
oors county
FOR The St. Le-uis 27th returnable
Brig Lucinda Westcnclt! 11 I days from N to November ber next at the '
authorized and CHARLES S. SIBLEY, Alt"y of PItT. term, 1337, in whi.James L following precincts riz: *
e are requested to announce Bulletin of the 6th inst. says-"Yesterday the York, mdzto sundries Dated Parish is plainiifTandoh I No. 1. At St. Marks
Sept. 21 1KH. ./ under the
B Scott defendant superintendent -
7-3m I *
Dr. DOZIER shall
as a candidate to on Saturday the 7th of E W
i re 2d of U. -
S. Dorsey A
regiment Dragoons, under the command day of October 1337 Crane, and L A Madden.
" sent the of Jefferson in at the court house ib Ifonti- 2. At
county the next Lc WANTED DRY GOODS. Cuthber.'s Store
nf Col. Twigs, took their line nf cello, in said in Shell Point; under tlie-
active Council.: up march county legal hours sell
rccchcd Schr at public
I Active intelligent Inds JUST per Wm. Ridgeway. from aucticn ; superintendence of A. J.Forrester E.C.
TWO .to learn the Print the folloivmj Walker
from Jefferson Barracks : vizslaves: ;
to ,
Flonda. property Joel and
They crossed business. Apply immediately a general assortment British, Sena, Jude G.lbert E. JJ nslo\1". -

WesreBulhnrizfdand requested to anneunce the Mississippi It this city, and will march THIS OFFICE.at French and .imcriran Dry Goods, su.table: for the nelius Jtf.lly, .flmy and, Isaac.City Gilbert, and their jr Jtfariah, Cor.. 3. Blocker's XKoads under the superinten

WILLIAM M. GIBSON, Esq. as a candidate (10 ,e. through Illinois :lo Shawnee Tetvn, and thence Faltre''e.! For iae by R. II. :RR Y. :.115f'1all, the household and kitchen furniture increase., farm. dence Peter Joshua Chaires. Byrd,Hamilton Hudson,and Too

itwnt the people of Leon county in the ne xtjslative through the country to the place of their destination. TO THE CITIZENS Talahassce.Septeinbcr 23,1337.: 7-3w ing uteo.illl,3 four horses, 1 mule,5 cows ar.d cakes,and I 4. At Talbhnmce, under the
.t Council. I CJ ALT.JO sacks one wheel road wa on. superintendence.
salt for ale
The corps. nre resner.tahlv mounted_ !_ lip LEON COUNT1') by William //i'liardS. Daril. and
W Levied RicbanI
on a' the Sbaef
u -- -l>-._ .H.. RJ"THlV.". property ofsai.i dpfrndant anti. ler.
and well equipped and made soldier-like GREAT CONVENTION of the Southern solo unuer sara ---- -
a A execution
Yt'ettf authorized appearaicc. ScpL23,1837. 73t issued upon a decree of 5. At
requested to announce This and \Vcstem States will be assembled on the slid CUrt for the foreclosure of ,.Black Creek, under UK suporin.
x ol./ /r/LLUM IfYATT, as a candidate to rejrre- spectacle was rather more mil third Monday October! next, at Augusta,Ga- to NOTICE.IX by him to said pljiu/ifif dated 28th a mortgage given tendence of James Hart, John Smith, awl Freder
i of {'eb. ick i
'nt the people of Lean county in the next Le- itaryand national in appearance than a horde of devise some system or plan of general co-operation IX weeks after date, I pbs!! apply to the Hc'n.II 18'J3. for 53300 debt, besides interest and day costs 6.Scott.At

islative/: Council. western% savages would have been, destined for for exporting our Cotton nnd other products, an4 Judge of the County Court of Leon for (o.Uw. according John Talum's, under the superintendence or
to import our goods direct from II connty, Tatum Samuel Sexton, and Lionel
the same scmce. South. We. the Europe' to the l letters of administration upon the estate of Joseph! THOMAS E RANDOLPH Jlarshnl!, 7. At Stewart' ferry under Fletcher.
We have received a communication signed fellow citizens undesigned to m'et in, r pec'fuI.y requestour i Harley deceased, late of siid county. Br S. II; DUV.JL, D, M, o Horace C- Withers Elijah Johnson uperintradenM and
Tallahassee 11 James
at D.mledAugustl7lS3a
MiDisoif, but decline publishing' it. The St. Louis Bulletin of the 7th inst. states o'clock in the morning, on the first Saturday in I I S pl.16. l37. JOSEPH.F. C. HARLEY. 2-s Willis.

that ccunterfcM Mexican dollars) vry well exe October, to appoint a delegate to represent our interests C :MARSHAL'S SALE. At Pariah's Sore,under the superintendent or
'e refer our readers to call in in the Convention Miles Blake, James Joyner, and Andrew
a a subsequentAmn cutcd, are in circulation there- NOTICE. Y virtue and in Taylor.
They arc of the pursuance of 9. At
B a certain writ of Sbehee's, under the
tr a meeting of the citizens of Leon dale of 1836, and en the emblematic side, after Tom Petrr Cbaires, ALL persons having deminds against the estate execution, issued out of the Superior Court of John Hans, Reuben Manning superintendence and John .r
TOtv, d) appoint Kenneth Hembry William Br'on, deceas'd, late of Jackson the Middle Dis'.rict of Florida in hee. H. She-
a delegate te the Convention 1336, are the letters J. S. D. 20 G. H. The I for the county
Merchants! ? and Planters of A. Formy Duval, county,are requested to present them immediately, of Jefferson, returnable to November term of said 10. At Cromartie'SjUnderthe .
the South, to be genuine d.llarbasinstead Rf J. S.,F. S. Thereis properly authenticated and those indebted to make court, in which writ the Governer of the A* Croaurlie, Charles superintendence ci'
id at Au u.la, Ga. on the 16lli of Octoberit. Wm. Maner, payment to of Florida Territory Bannerman. John L
day a perceivable difference between the wreathor M plaintiff, aad John M'DoweUjjr.John 7ickr.
The By James T. ,\!c1ler. MARTHA P. BRYAN Adm'jr. ftl' owcll. and .illen Fnircloth _
objects this 11.
general convention I branches under the claws of the A. are defendants, I Magnolia, under the superintendence of
eagle ELIJAH
upoh Springier, BR'.ll'Adm &hnll.OI.
re met with r. Saturday the 7th day of October 1817 Benjamin Byrd Wm
our hearty. concurrence from the the Sept. Iff 1337. sell J Bailey, and Job. Hftmlin-
side oftl.e the )
opposite dollar. On the genuine Wm. Center, 6-8w at court house in Monticello,on said Given under hand
1IIIII t day, in le my at
) Tollahasse. this
and 89t!
announcement though originating far dollar they are raised considerably but on the R. II. Berry NOTICK. gal boors, at public! auction, for rash, the following day of August,A D 1837. .
>a the sea-board land of saul .j -
and in a community elalcrs f counterfeit they are unk considerably; and the Samuel Read, ALL persons holding claims agiinit the estate nnd west half of-frfendint N E John APDowell, viz East; L..1.TH031PSON,
rather than quarter cfsectionSl -
of merchants they ne.erm I words Republica Mexicsna are larger, and in a A. J. Fisher, I ITho I George Cadwcli, late of Jackson county,, j,,2, range 3,S and E-east half: of N E ,township 5 J CC LC .
meet the favourable consideration of the Brown dece'sdare required to present them, duly T I R 4 S and quarter sec ,
lighter letter on the genuine. thenticated within au E-cast half of N E I sec 4, T l.S MIDDLE DISTRICT-FRANKLIN SUpeR
jmercial class of citizens. the time pre Bribed by law, or 'orR 4 E-E } ofN W S -
cur Wm. P. Duval, this notice will be i 4, T 1,8 ofR4, E-and I COURT. .

Hie present is peculiarly favourable for em- Ma. CJILHOCIT.-5ince the commencement of Hayward & Austin, Those indebted to said plead estate in bar arc of required thiir recovery.to make'! 'I the provements EJ NE J thereon.of S 28,T I, R i t>, S and E, and the im- WILLIAM Foaics 1 Assumpsit. Attachment for

king in the ttJieme proposed. The servile the present session of Congress, it has been reported Edw. Loockerman. immediate payment to the subvribcr. Levied upon and to be sold as the property ol said I JOSHCA 11'GRANT and f(Jt02.5O 1837. issued July I5j,
inection hitherto subsisting between ourselves! I that Mr. Calhoun and Mr. Preston had Tallahassee. Sept. 30, 1839. 8_ Sept. 15th, 1817. ALEX. TURNER, .Wm'r. John f'DoweUonp. of said defendants, to satisfy CHARLES Wnttrox ) rcmbcr Term Returnable', 1837. No

I the north, is now interrupted and broken i in I gone over to the Van Buren party-that they NOTICE. C-2m said writ acccrJm T7/OS.. to law. VIHE_defendant in ssid case, and all others in

general wreck of credit; and we have it in were friendly the Tallaha!ec, Sept. 30. J837. COTTON GINS. ESTOX RANDOLPH, M. JL tereited, will take notice of the institution of
specie and would
currency, By S. II. DUVAL said snit and of
weeks D. M. the
after the issuing of
rpower to form! out of tbe cliaws, an organ!- support Mr. Van Btiren's message, in opposition.t SIX to the County rubhcalion Court of hereof Leon,county 1 shall, COTTON GINS: ,term of various:, by sizes for sale _.Aag. 19, 1837. 2-tf I. men, and to appear and plead said to declaration writ of attach

wo suited to our wants., In a flourishing the doctrines of the Whigs 'i'heVashing for iMters administration! on the t' -t lie of Granvill D. WILLIA.Ud & Co. Agents. A'OTIG'E. filed in aid action, according to the! statutes A
ntef commerce, it would have been difficult I ton Reformer denies in part this report, but ad I Shepperd aad Lewis Shepperddec'dtwo men Monticello, Sept 9, Ir37. 54t.TAMILS A LL persons indebted to the estate of William case mil de njd provided.
of colour, late of Ltun CHARLES 3. SIBLUT

change, the.current of trade. Few, it will be mi'c that Mr.. Calhoun has fir a Ion! time been_ I o Gw county.i\.*.>.r.. .n. TUTU. A' I H. Tivi_._ nor ._ Lee f n late make of I IT Leon county,deceased. are. requested Dated .fa?. I. 'IS37.NINETYFIVE AuV of 5 Pl'lT.
- --- AI" n.u. u IT*A>|iale_. ,nn._*>_svt__nt., _AnA._ 11 flea ,-- -"-
m, n -
nave me patriotism to relinquish a pre disposed to separate the government from all IS duly authorized as my agent during my absence having claims against said estate" are hereby.v-x noti.

< personal advantage, to enhance the future connection with the local banks, but is also disposed COTTON from the Territory.JOHN fied to present them authenticated within tbe time DOLLARS REWARD

jprrity ef the community.: Added 10 this as far as possible! lessen WE will purchns? Cotton at the highest! mar D. PARISH. prescribed by law to the subscriber or they will be FIFTY dollars reward will be paid (or the ap-
Wee of spl U habits often patmnJgeof price during the set son.M.iRTIN&ELJRT.. August 2C, 1837. 3-5t forever barred. WILLIAM LEE, .tfdm'r. and delivery of Pierson Bridge
control even our the Executive and and John Rows who
intimates that, so far as July 4. 1837. 51 > deserted my company a.
fictions of the more eligible course. But the specie system can be carried Fep'ember 3OJI. 1837. 8-4w MULES FOR SALE. Camp Call on the 9th inst. or twenty-five dollar

at Influences are now no longer i ti increase on without an THE Subscfiiwr offers for sale! a 'team of six NOTICE. (For the delirery of either of them. .'1 will also
an of
impedi- this pay
% Northern patronage, Mr. Calhoun's influence GROCERIES & PROVISIONS rate MULES. They lire }'o'Jn!and well Ix months after date, I shall present my accounts H5 for-the apprehension and delivery of George
imporleis are, for the most will be exerted. The broke. 1'het'agon (madeby Watson York.Pa. and vouchers and Ellis, Ceorge Bullock, and Harrison
following extract "I f fa subscriber il now receiving brig Lu. )) ,apply to Hon. oSangwca'1.Oe"'
1,11 p.werless as ourselves; nor have we, as letter from this gentleman to the editor of the THE from New Yoik.a general per assortmentof and the gears may also be purchased. County Court of Jefferson county, for a final settlement drafted S15 for eithci of Lhcmthe last three having bees

1 mt-t past, much to fear from their wrath Alexandria Gazelle Groceries Provisions Dry Goods, Crockery&c BAKER JOHNSON. and discharge from the administration of the ,and deserted or secreted themselves so that
places this matter correctly Tallahassee Sept. Is'. 1837. 4tfNOTICE. estate of Thomas late they cannot be got hold otV..
>id will undoubtedly be aroused before be. which will be sold low for cash or approved' Delpliy, of said county, deceased Jog.26 C.SMITH.
by transfer the public : credit. WILLIAATCENTRE JAMES L. PARISH, Adm'r. 1837. 3 Captain.

' produce lo another mart. Should this "On the highly important subjects fin which No. 4. Berry's Row., Au;. 19, 1S37. 2.6m I "
i-oonbie ed era in the tide of nur flairs be s uf Congress'has been called to deliberate! I shall .September 30tb, 1337. 8-3w ALL rw nons, late of indebted Leon county to the,estate deceased of ,Asa are H.requested NOTICE. TAu.in.as5azept. 71837.

'0 paBy unimproved, it may be a long express"As my views and opinions in the Senate. NEW GOODS. lo make immediate payment and th.se hu.illg 4LL persons indebted to the estate of Durant C. THOSE indetted to the Union Bank of Florid

before. a like opportunity will occur. to the calumnies which mav be circulated have received by the Lidy Washington claims against said estate are hereby notified to m I ite of Leon county, deceased, arc re not renewed their notes a dpaled'up
1 II objected that we have OAt sufficient (In my prejudice,they are not unexpected. It is..I WE and Lucinda. a large and well selected! assortment present them in proper form, within the time pre- ; quested to make immediate payment; and those coliect interest the are notified that we shall proceed Cq

-dllt'' ships capi. my rule to piss them unnoticed, leaving!', to my :i i f Goods, which we invite the public to seribed by law, to the undersigned or they will be 1 liaving claims S aiD&t said estate are heicby notified to avoid same without delay.'Those.'who desir

nt" seamen, ship-builders, &c. ire conduct ta put them down. examine, with the assurance that they will find us forever barred. ED\V. P. GRANT, to present them in proper form,within ths time prescribed and snit, can do so by ,renewing their nota<,

>gi without( whicli the idea of carrying on "Haw strange, that any man who knows me, disposed to rive great bargains. Adm'r o(Asa II. Rhodes. by law, to the undersigned, or they will be delay paying op the interest without unreasonable

Jrrct trade with Europe is preposterous- should imagine it pnsftible! for me to be driven or MARTIi & H..iRT. August 12, 1837. J ..2mNOTJCI' f"reverbured. EDIf. GRANT, ((5-3") DUVAL & ALLEN; '. '
1 fa plan is but an experiment nf doubtful; seduced from mv position I live but tl) carry Sept 30th, 1837 & 4* ;. August 12th, 1837. Adm'r of Durant C.Craft. _Atfys for UaionBank.NOTICE. .
I- 1.2m
<*s. If U is feasible' it is asked out She great principles! for which"I have been HAVANA SEGARS. SIX week after date, I will apply to the Judge .

put in operation at an earlier why was it contending since 1824, and which I have maiu. j Havana I the County Court of Leon connty for lettersIfadminitration NOTICE.; SIX Weeks after date the subscriber will jnak,
period ? tnined under every danger and difficulty. In 6000 very superior SEGARS imported on the estate of John brail late of IX months after date I shall to the Hon.Judge of'the
cannot, we think, be proved that we have their defence 1 'have acted with and against every AUCTION U MAET direct,jnt received It.and for sale at tbe said county, deceased. counts and vouchers, and apply present f, the my lion.ne- Court of Leon Cou.ity, for letters of admiiustralio
apUal enough in the country M commence party, without blending with any. Mr. Van September 30th.by t 837 S-'f MARY CHRISTINA BRAIL. County Court Jcflcrson county, for a final settlement on the estate Franeios Drereoz, deceawd _

Milerprwc. If our merchant, singly have Buren has been driven into a position favorable Sept. 1C, 1537. C and discharge from the administration of the: CHARLES BECKSTIEN. :
. September 9th
he means to set it on loot, as we think al to their ,dvanceft'lenf; and shall I not avail my NOTICE. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. estate James Hall,late of raid conrly deceased. -- 1837. I.S.G4!:

nt in.highly probable let joint stack com self of the opportunity which it affords me to SIX weeks after date application will be made ALL persons having ,claims'against the estate Au. 19, 1837. 2.6m JAMES L. PARISH Adm'r., LOST, about the 25th nIL a GREYHOUND

-s be formed-or, "hal1\'e accomplinh my object ? Shall I permit him to the Honorable Judge of the coanty court 01 the late S. S. Peebles, are requested to of the Perl n breed.--f"11nr_r..811._ "

..le let law be think more pre drive me from my position, because he has been' Leon County for letters of administration on the sent them to the subscriber,properly authenticated pre, NOTICE very delicately ormed-h.d on a-;'eofl 'dL
i passed authorizing limited I driven un it ? All I ask estate Richard C. Parish, dec.JOEJN. within the time "Goidsborougb" engraved on
is to be heard. Mv prescribed by law, or they will be A LFRED A. FISHER ant ejenoe to'tbe.-
*rthip bf"llich the} confidence, in D PARISH barred of Esq. is authorized. to name of"Duda, 'A suitable
planter may come in every juncture, is in the force .1 f recovery. -fm. receive the taxes of Lon reward will'-- 1MtJd'
30th 1837 j county daring for her
It assistance.f the merchant. H truth and integrity." September 8-Cw ALEX FORMY DUVAL, absence. my return to me.' J. H. RANDOLPH.

the establishment cure aware Adm'r of S. S. Peebles, dec'd. The tax book-must be -f'epl. 7th, 1837. 5-t,.
.f the system of imports LEON COUNTY COURT. Sept.23, ]Q:17. returned according to law ,
7 by ths lt A'orember, and all taxes in- af
vfll arrear NOTICE.'rJ T
require a geot'raland determined eflorf, New ORLEANS Sept. 14. Josiah EJwn, ) Assumpsit : Attachment fir tpr the let October, will collected immediate -4 IX weeks after- date 1
1I0T.lUt. shall
..ben %f Me.have been furnished Summon ad res. for *80 56i dam., Iy by levy the ; apply.ta tlrtfHcn
once "n wJ, the merchants will be with tbe follow vs > subscribers having formed upon property oftbedelinquents.SAM'L. the Judge of the County Court of
letter datsd WiUi 'AI ton Returnable te March Term, 1837 copaitnerhipwill 'efI'enna.l i
t it ing : ) Ii. DUVAL lcu.rsof, administration
ttocarry successfully! lonrard. ; hereafter conduct the on the estate of
and Drug business the'tat
Ships I
n ft ef.ndr>t in said east and all others interested 7 Tax Collector. Jacob'
Carter of "'
* i i in tbe said
f*will present themselves GALTXSTOK. Aun ai leor."I. T name ofSTEWART ; eonntr deceased. ,

Iftu_ ., in abundance. too / .. JJ.o .ZTiTi nt AUu.HhA. T...._:.. .__. I __... _n.' Lu .will. take.notice of the institution! of I .* BAnNARn_._ NOTICE.I -- :ELIZ4 CARTER
"IfIJr JJ n., lad''ac --- .IU JJIU : '
uect'lSl ry m rtha U8 alunu bUll */y luarumont al aroresa'Q-lnCi tl1eyare -- -- Ksr
l-lane such inducement to schr. Invincible and Brutus! arrived off the required to appear and pkad to the declaration filed Then shop will be found at the old vtand formerly SIX I weeks after date, application will,be made f : .1*,1837. By .Attorney/JIM.. '' P'&

r **ftern remove to Bar ot Galveston, after successful cruise in said case, according to the ftatnte 'iisu'h case occupied by Air. E. B. Perkins, opposite the mar the Judge of the County Court of the county --! 11.

sea-ports, as wi'l! immediately hiving takerTseven prizes all made and provided DUV ALIt ALLEN, ket boose. of Leon, for letters of administration on the estate NOTICE. *"".1 J'

rt -c..'isic number. in tbe of which had'arrired .ittys for pltff: They will keep full assortments of Medicines' of the late Elijah Harvey, of safd county. '. 'weeks.- '.- ..,

; aDrlot' be port of Texas and having de- Sept,-mbef i5tli, 1837 8>f Drugs, Chemicals Patent Medicines, &. and .FORMY DUVAL. SIX f'depp1frAtia 'wm be n\
properly termed an fftroyed property to a 'larg amount, wjrfi 1 pledge themselves to Mil nothing bat genuine arti Sr.pt.23, 1837. : 7 of the Judge of the Coanty Court forth coon.'
Sufficient has been .done des. J. EDWIN ty Leon. f.r. letters of adauaiatratMa on the_
already $15f>,000in board. SUPERIOR STEWART M.D.
on Seon COURT fate
!. loner 47-tf Cotton. tats of the KeduVaDD..t; .,
tzsibiitys.aomeyear ,
t ago before tbe echr. anchored off the Bar, the brig MIDDLE DISTRICT FLORIDA BAIINALLDJr. THE subscriber will advance oa Cotton, d. _HORACE 'VINN;

-eI' capitalists had obtained. 'comp'ete! Sam Houston frorn New-Orloans, bound to t : Rel t
: OUr commerce it was 'successfully Velasco bore in .ight. being chased by the TS >Sum's for $SOO, issued Sept 26, I WILL at a.proper\time:Jappjj; iotbV Hen Depot :R..H.'BERB.Y. ." .-, -: _-..
23 1837. GROCERIES.
1IIIricc. The e IJ13Hijtbted'apeeubton two large brigs belonging to the Mexican' William Bryan, J 1837; Returnable to NOT Term .Jud&e"of4 Leon Qonnty Court to be.appointed ;3epu. 741,
IIiIaw defendant in said Guardian for John Dr ganders 'and'Sa e WE have just received from New Orleans
and all : EVSand'rs ai
others roe
|iise4eiign ease inter naggingan4flope.
and fontavr the ultimate quadr.n-ehe, succeeded' in Belting i inle THE, .ill take notice otheinsttutionofsa'td as they and the.r eflects are witnoat,protectioa. P1EEsBagging2O0 r '. of Bacon, Claret'Wine Madeir

'f'the' enterprise;'and, in ,tb f jorm .f ex ; haibor safe.' The. .cbr.Ja'IPc.Jle C6 1.' nit by attachment issforesaid-T-and they are required Also, at the same time,application be 00' for: tile by IR .IL.BlflRY'coiL Roc; l low Wine for, Piektes cJtelt Whiskey"l ck. 1.".'.wil.. eeu.

_ ItCOnunod3 tion wMch were viewed bv.. -rb mplOn. still outside the bar. ;immedi. to appear and plead Jo the declaration'filed made for John D. Sanders to be oooid out until-hen I': Stp !;leT- ,. '.- .. 7 311 -. 4 1: : t

uu 1s a facility for the,execution of their ntely got under weigh and: tod for ibe iyerhtis in laid cas;aecordiagtotheformcf Lbo statute in' twenty rears of age.F s. RUSSELL.:' 1 Jury" 29 1337 aH.4T..LUNDENBEPtI1.
I such &pt. S 1837. Pilot' -- t .tJi,
case made aiM BffiMt
"Ottltd provided C 8 CIBLEY > J-6w ,CofeCi .
a liability which could only' be _waking signal J foe !ihej3rutus( to join r BB1S: '
1" t.tu'1 for plt/f .PdDt Brea4;2U.do Slt\1Pi 30.bags .
Pd by her which 8ch, 1ARiAL'8S'IE. 00! < *. ,'1: :' .NOTICE:'y '
90th l
shipments of I!lieir produce.."ThktccommoditioM badanchored in ib ._ September ,1837, 8tfTfUlYED ( C Ket. for safety rJ"ltu.
UI tI BY Turta* of.a writ of fieri .facias;issued rat t. i'4 ,..Jt t -', JiJH..BEJUtyJ R t-H. M.DA VI D8 ON*REUBEN tt-If
.i .
thus'commenced biur.7.be. imciediaiely.ot andei way,bqt.c : the Superior.Coaitofthe ....,_ .. 1i
--1Iee.a ,. in beam out t i"- 't FIVTYDOLLARS RWRD:, Middle District ..S en, J.17. .., '1''t. .Isr 'anVm M .Il.xii'a w t ;1
ao managed a. to perpetuate 'This t unfortuaately got, asbora.rferertbeleff or stolen/i&n the Ifch'of Florida, in and for the county p.z.eo. retarnablc _, mine in Gadsden coanh1.rDMI'

ei; hut DOIT the chain U oaee"Def'e' the $crw.'.loviocibMitood(for r. from'or& Colonel Fishera'Ferry Septcmlr tbeaekooee. November, tena/LBiT, in ,wllfcbJo*,fl. NOTICE.' thoriwd i reeke fthjj talet.$sut

?":1Le wand 'f bankniplcy wfcieli baa the fcriga,'aadiflert gaUaot'' action of'Dns t a Bar BOilS: Bald Ilorseis'up-, on 'I miaistratriz PArker plfuniifl/ and, Carol i e. RlnzgoW, .edi ixwMiTterdaiiIp Will apply tothe'Judze'of m tB TitO4 I%

t.!!!ft be hal hour, foeceeded id dinriog tb m ''. wards of 1* hands high, nearly: blind 10'one eye I shall ( James O. Ringgold"deerd, defead* the County Court'of Leon coon ty.for let*
ant teis of
coootiy dri"eathe: prow of fIate )Je.*in flesh when taken has the marks on Saturday the 4U day .f November administration on lhe estate of Joseph O. Apma,1'L 5

eree beyond he shallows of northern in the afteraooq'Utelarioobta ia*.lieatptiog r cUe 011 his back ; rides finely; i racks of fast the,.sad and I nut; at the courthouse m Qui in..Gdajei Oriaett- S, Itle'of said county,. deceased. -

,1acI ias leA Iter free to get into(Mrboor atruck,He* fcer'.rvddar, bsMsbisbeadwurybibwbenridden very county;in legal boars, sell at public mcticptor WJf.HAW.INS ,. : -
to dioose
that I belt'up. 1.
de r ; cash the
land 191, '
following said de/ead ric A 'ept'16; -
:7bicb. Uie propitious faleoow became ua..l l and waj dror..-tto'td ;lofekbtyearsol aI4.- I have good reason loe tract of, land lying in Gadsden eoo ,ptf known ,as r (!. ; c1i ;.! U .

:.l1I._ urgestin the b icbw ere huitotI'wrick.' 'The t *, theaters* bLbSItUI4CdU: Oe- rciat probaWy section 15, in township, raog ',;Rty and W. S BACON, FLOUR AND BIC&BACO
110. {
IIIL.The 4' brig hivnctAll be" D* ".MM* 'on-i g>.v't .tio;;', ':. 1. .a above Decatpr.Cotutr nward will befl. .'-) -r.1b, deCrtry. ,,' ,- Levied apop aad to be sold'as tbe property f the |>T,

membersot both H usei ... _. said d.udanttoutIsSaidwrit according Jp
._. Se-Rr .. ..! Uoweia TaUahaasee,or.at. fp.p dJD hEb .r"lIii:7 et.loQ1
,!. 0* t IniJa TffOWTORANDOL
ii 1Id T.&M
? for' rdievt f _s..mt It'fAP. $ s& .,,ft9':1iU !N l:jeel1.SC1 'li1.1 .WDBIN i iI. I I till 1' + T .BT s. H.DOY 1i-- .
),lif.I I r l.J'Ya}# 1/3tJj o .t.f, ,(; 8einbsrIk,18fl t f U ,.it -.. si. 1m., ( Vu,

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I' I If1IUIL LA .- u-r-1.. : fcw*jeat mored from New ,fbUowiaf Sweepttakec art.now open. to S S3U51st

t OTIcm.-; .w fIOII..1 dl atr C.tell uaonmeat of swobaBiaes, axaft* TBE of& th. annual meetmf in Dice*' _, Mm,of k sa Ingb.TdIssIse1a.cs.

JJI teftb* oraMeea .ttryva,ladfe of' $ 1a.Tibm u4 aferfao Clothe Black Green and bee, 18S7. .- :a

Ot\ of JtcbenCauujr;lobe dwekarfed Dahlia Caahmeaetts.and Sunnier Cloths of a va.rietjr Aiweepatakes for three year old eats andAnte Wkfcit gf s _

fcrtket tdmm.istte.tion of the ettate of of eoeetrs,for dress and Frock Coats. ZtbraPlaid ,raised in Florida. Subscription flOO,forfeit > fi esj JUfs aaA&leeraefU J.

; deceased and White Cambric Drills London ribbed, |50, OM mile heats. To dOle the list of October toainaMw.Gisijitsfteatledea

-. WILSON. ROYAL, Adinr Satin faced Striped and Plain Checks and Car. nd name the day before the raee.Id thous- hdaa.d wo.sag. -

AprU til 1637. : 3'7-1aa aaa. "e .a&arVCT1ONER toons.White Lava Linen,Satin faced waiting Ac A sweepstakes fer any three year old colts tormiaate id a4lb *?

for Pants a great variety of Yestiags Linen and fillies in the United States. Sibssripuoo fSOO Felona, or what SIMM pocMatoatrtfttae
1II1OnCK.-Si; months' date 1 slwll present fhirta Cellars and Bosoms. A general assortment iorfeit 9100,three mile heats. To dON the first
anD tame or Catarrhs, of every dtsenttiotv6tb
i my accounts aDd touchers to the Hem the CisiI.'. Zerckag.Aa pf Hosier >c. ,-Aba aa.extensiv assoTtment. of October and name the day before the rare. EswaasasM Itsta*ef thejoats.

County Court of Ljoa County, as administrator I' *ts 7d .,. ,3d. A poststaket, razz FO* ALL, eut.ript.ioa1tOO /
em the. estate of Jacob Horger,dee, and app Ij for _, m& CO> Mondays and Satardaya.If. ., wf mont;which are upwards of two hundred Bombaxine ; forfeit flOO; two mile beats. ,To claM the ia 0th waSteser Spraioa aad ai'a2e.firaisaeof ertry .

letter djsmissojT on said estate York*1It..b u.e orPavclL u Tbt, Merino, Crape Camblet White ,. first October and name the day before the race. :. } : 7th Tetters part of all kinds. I. thft
aTEPHEtW. SHELL. and Brown .rtu Dress and Frock Coats,Ronnd- Entries ean be made to either ef the above staWef i& tbe
Match 85lh 18S7- 33 mSK shoots Pints I 'stt of every description, made .1 by totter, addressed to the Secretary and Pro patient par Mt of water.applying

month after date I hall apply to the Hon. ia tbe MO*' f fJ.I. -) -njnner which be is disposed prietor of the Club,any time before eloaing. 8th CbllbIai ,.oc a db4.d by ti

&.of the County Court Jefferson Counts t(> fill ;O'T ?<,5.u: 4 lor! cash or approved The Jockey Club Purses will be advertised la TO.THE PUBLIC.
J l.BIRGE.i.uistopur. BROWN
credIt due time. THOS. Proprietor.
far tnal discharge from the administration of The foOowinf eommuittcatkna, addresatl
a .
tie estate of Benjamin 8tevena,1ate ol said county. FIRST Rate Vessels and experienced JVastm' Counn.will "H'' *' 'J' "tt-l "' cilattheS8tf! June 9, 1837. A fresh supply ef this VALUABLE MEDIC. proprietor of Judkmr Ointmeat,ftt9H

CHAP LES cCLELLAIf, Adm'r. be employed in this line to sail fr. ei. chase fiin .t t; uer JI.Te..t. MILL SAWS &c. just received.P John Taliafenr. member ef Consrtu. t

Sfontfeello llth March 1837, 33 6m. ther port-a vessel will sail on the 8th and 84th ofevery above establishment' 1.... Mill Saws 2 setts,large Pat. Scales PREPARED SOLELY bin I lereating. The gratuitous manner- in *[.
month and Tallahassee April .
oftener should patronage re- : FORTY Rowand's Tonic Mixture. Received by JACOB HOUCK, .eptab1emattcrll I made, exhibits. feeling of no ordinary ,
;month after data I shall present my ac- 'tU"" ------ TIN WAliJ be taken with bran n towards suffering humanity and is .
close sales by pert'.et ages j.
SIX the WHo WYLLYS I on consignment and for sale low,to .
and vouchers administrator on PItATT
ai' end ROB'T Agent N. York THE subscript, sill tarry oti G.ii. tf T. E. LI DENBERGEa.Ja1y eases; it. eara an fol' tJ e roUowiDf d NIDY'JM :- I deserving public attention. .
Burnt late of Leon LYON Agent 8t..Yarka.
of County
Butney ,
estate 'the Tin Ware manufacturing 51 of Appetite Indigestion,Idam- W AMH Q TmrJan.sa.fti.
apply for a discharge. SIMON TAYLOR. St. Marks.dpril 15. 1837. 36-lyV. business and will at. all timeshare 29,1837. manoa of the Stomach Hear1.,Diarrheta,Dy s- Sir-It has been my wish for a COTwd

_April M, 1837. MfimSIX NOTICE. on hand a general assortment NEW SPRING GOODS. entery or Flux Piles, Fistula ObsUotud Mensora- to communicate to you the good effect wha

who I either at wholesale or USTreceivedfrom New-York and Baltimore, lion, Ague a/Fever, Bilious or Remittent Fever, have med the ointment invented Mr.y
NOTICE. THOSE' persons are indebted to E.B. be sold in J of & Typhus Fever,Scarlet Fever,Small Pox, Erysipelas and which I now understand is made
months alter date we will apply' to the by note or account retail, on is reasonable terms as cm a large and handsome assortment fancy e and

of the eoonty court of Gadsden county, nestly requested to make immediate payment, are ear to any Southern market- staple dry goods, ready made Clothing Hats, or St. Anthony's Fire Asthma Plenray,Measles agents appointed by yourself. I baTe apointment

for a final dischaige from the administration of the subscribers before the first of September, as all Country merchants and others are invited to Hardware, etc. viz Yellow Fever, Costiveness Morbus Wind on tAe Stomach during the last thtyears to e1"Clf
said : call and satisfy themselves. Black Grode Swiss and Lutestring Silk, or bowels, Cholera Consumption, eies cf tumor and wound,without failure
the estate of Hosea Wilder, late county, account* remaining unpaid at that date will be put Nap, 11.
deceased. into the hands of an for collection. WM. II. FRANCIS. Lyonaise.-Super Printed, French and Jaconet Influenza, Colds Coughs Inflammation of the due a cure in every inssa. I eooaida ;
JACOB H. WILDER ) Admlnfo- BARNARD Jr. CO. Tallahassee,Jan. 14, 1837.itkADY.MADE 33tf Muslins. chest Palsy, Gout, Rheumatism, Infiamaiory moat decided and efficient.remedy taaU"

WM. H. WILDERJ tratori: July 1.1837.-47 For E. Perkins. CLOTHING. Ore de Nap. Scotch Stripe, Plaid and check throat Croup, Inflammation of the heart Dropsy, tumor, be the cause what it may.a41 U

quincy May 20th, 183?. 41-2Gu Ginghams.Super Rickets,Diseases of the Liver, Jaundice,Diflcalty nothing so goed for wounds of any descript
CITY STABLES oWE have received a supply of clothing, containing French. Fancy and other Prints. of making Urine, Gleet Hysterics, Nervous and ? to add, that the ears ofUe,

AdmiaUetnuon' Notice. Formcry Peter Robinson' an assortment of both coarse and fine, Lisle Lace, Figre Caps and Scrofulous affections of the members and ligaments ma.dbePro1r swellinggiven ovtrbyjw

NOTICE is hereby given that at the next Jann THE following rules Jcregulations are adopt which we will sell at a small advance on coat.O Figured Satin, and Gauze Hdkfs Colar Mercurial and Venereal diseases,Ulcers Seres.Affections distinguished physicians as incurable,las .

of G.d.. .ou ijr Court, ,h. muter, fur df government of tbe above stables Ht T E LIN0ENBERQER Lie Scarfs, and Paris Collars. of the skin,fc all diseases arising from Impure they have decided would, without aan

signed, .administrators of Thomas Wynn dec d, and will be Strictly observed, it is hoped tfiey will December23, 1836 90 Fancy Ladies and Gentlemen's horse skin Gloves. Blood, &.c. Price per bottle f I. prove fatal to the patient, was under my i .

will make final report and settlement of said estate give general satisfaction, and prevent any misunrstanding. New-Store-- Provlelonnnd Grocery. Curls, Bead Bags, Cambric Hdkfs. This medicine has a powerful effect as a Spring ate notice, effected by the use Judkm 0Li.
and.ix months from the date hereof will apply .
; White and Black Silk Hose. and Fall Purifier,in these whose constitutions require and the patient is in fine health; his Qa&
THE subscribers have united themselves
(or a discharge and letters dismissory from said The Hire of a : un- : nourishment and new vigor such restored '
der the firm of PEACHY & MANER for the Napoleon, White Satin, Satin Freed, and Brown ; persons by the tumor being to a perfect .
administrators.JOHN ,
court as such WYNN Hack and four 115 00 per.day, establishing ia the town of St.Marks aRQP Drillings.Shirt would be much benefited by using two or three soundness. Also, that the leg of an aged air

Hackandpair 760 I purpose Collars, Bosoms,and Satin Stocks. bottles,which may be taken without regard to drinkor had been wounded, and exhibited one d
HENRY B. BROIFN. Sulkcy and horse 3 00 I1Q.-.Q. diet. diseased for the want knee .
India Rubber and Many persons are ulcerated surface from to the CM
1C 1837.50-6m b1 Otth. heir buildings being large and commodious Coon Supender.i ,
July- Single do horse 200 they likewise propose attending to the i Colon balls, Spool Thread, and Cotton Hdkfr. of blood being purified. Thousands of persons are which, for more than two years, had beta

NOTICE. Horse do 700 per week Receiving and Forwarding of Goods and Cotton Chambrays, Sheetings and Shirting, destroying: their constitotious by neglecting to apply ered incurable, was effectually cured by tbssj
of Court at Livery 25 00 per moatb etc. a proper remedy to such the Panacea will be eatin of J ndkin'. Ointment. 1 mention tat
T the .
6. the next April term County to which they pledge themselves to pay such attention *
I shall the a-d A 125 per day RCiDT-HADC CLOTHING. more Ulan doubly valuable as a certain and effectual which fell under my immediate DO
1L for Jackson county, present acCounts Single feed ax will entitle them to a liberal share of eases
and vouchers of iheHdministrators of the All horsrs hired be 62J. patronage from the Merchants and Planters of the Consisting of every variety of Fancy and Plan means of restoring them to perfect health and management, as a decided evidence of Ibei.
must for
estate ef WM. HOLLAND,dec'd for settlement less the person has an account paid with io the advance un. Territojy, and neighboring counties of Georgia. Pantaloons, Round Jackets, Summer Coats, vigor; few families are exempt from Scorbutic of this remedy in cases of tumors and ou.

and ask for letter*of dismi&sion from said estate. No horse delivered without stables. Their goods will be sold low for cash or produce.As Vests. Affections which exhibit various symptoms. Eruptions have expenenced as decidedly the good eaw

THOMAS .ORMAN owner or to his known an order from the ''I they will endeavor to keep on hand a constant sitE .AND ITR BATS. Ulcerations Debility,Loss of Appetite and this remedy in the cure of felons,aDd It

One of the Administrators. Smoking in the stable serrant.is I supply of choice and superior qualities of Groce- White and Black, broad and narrow brims Digestion, all arising from impure blood and if species of fresh wound. It seems u ma Asa

Marianna,June &h, 1837. 47-Cm_ establishment will be closed at entirely 10 o'dock.forbid Persons-The ries and Provisions of every description. Country Fashionable Palm Leaf Hats, lined and shaded. ;I not properly attended to, are sure to produce the one who will observe on the operation of \Ilia

will Merchants and Planters will find it to their interest oaoccaiEs. greatest injury to the constitution. Panacea is recommended ment, must be satisfied to iu beneics:
NOTICE. entering please close the. gate. _____ u .wn _._ Consisting of every rarietr.. too numerous to in all seasons of the year,and in particular I with the utmost confidence m.a
10 can: neir store is now open. can
persons indebted to the estate of Richard March 4 1837. .nn; PROPRIETOR. JOHN BLAIR PEACHY. mention. All of which we offer to the city or as a preventative from all diseases in warm cli- use of this ialuabluemedy. '
ALL make immediatep.yment 30 trade at wholesale or retail, on mateland those persons when diseases are
:Stafford are requested to WM. MANER.St. country very prevalent I am sir, very respectfully
and thosse having claims against said Jailor's Notice. Marks, Jan.16th, 1836 -1I.Rowan4' reasonable term by taking the Panacea three or four times a J OIL.'i 'EAUA1k

estate will be authenticated and presented withinhe COMMITTED to the county Jail .f Jefferson G- H. & T. E. LINDENBERGER. weekor three or four table spoonful's when going To Mr. Charles Herstons,proprietor of ,'

time prescribed by law or theyiwill be forever county on the 13th insUlwofngulire, Tonic Mixture .aDd Aad- Tallahassee, April 15th, 1837. 36-tf lObed,and the person may fear no apprehension of Ointment near Frederiektown, Marvl .'
Costive Pills. attacked with the Cholera Yellow Fever or .
arred. JOHN IZLER. viz a man who his ;EPILF.9..L:4 .
negro is BOB .
says name ,
subscribers have taken the
June 3 1837. 43-tf consequence of the numerous attempts to JOTICE.-The any other disease,as this medicine is a valuable restorative Before
and he IN leaving Boonsboro 1 bad heard
says rwlenps to George T. War,of palm spurious imitations of Rowand's valua. 1 Stables formerly occupied by Peter Robinson, of the system, thereby invigorating the article in whicfl ian
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. Leon county; also H man who where horses will received at Livery. Transient you appear before UM j yu
negro lava his ble Medicines on the public-he has determined to b constitutionand enabling it to bear the debilitatingeffects named Herstoaa .
ALL persons who have any demands against name is WESLEY, and that he belongs to confide the sales exclusively to agents in different custom-particularly attended to. lack and of all climates ; it is conveyed by the circulating ointment proprietor,made C. Judkuia P.Fad S
estate of William Patterson, late of George Brown Sumpter county, Mississippi. parts of the country from whom alone Ac genuine hire OD notice, fluids and corrects their tendency to all those Maryland,and of by its descried near ia

Jackson County, deceased, are hereby requestedto I Ther owners ire requested to prove property, articLes can be had and to guard the more effectu- attention paid that will render the present establishment diseases which originate in vitiated blood, diseased with whom I am well efficacy acquainted cpersons

present them without delay to the subscribers. and take them the of unauthorised venders satisfactory to the public. liver affections
pay charges aw.y.I ally against impositions depraved appetite, or predisposition to my residence in Baltimore it baa perfoi
JOHN W; PATTERSON, > Execn. I W DARRINGTON he has instructed his agents tn Boston, New I. MICHAEL LEDWITH&CO. of the lungs.It .
; of
Jailor. cure on a friend mine afflicted with the p
ALFRED L. WOODWARD f tors.3une311837. Tallahassee Feb. 18 1837.
43 tfNOTICE. I Jan. ii, 1817. 84 6mCOPARTNERSHIP. York, Philadelphia, and Baltimore, to matt no resembles, in point of taste and flavour, a rich ;i Having my self been a sufferer for some ye .
--- talet If merckatUt and rtaers tkt Medicinetio cordial rather than medicine. after
/any of R9 a Every person This distressing disease, I now nnhesitatiBsft
., be carried Smlk for saSs 41ai" Large quantities HQ taking mercury in any way, should have recourse ointment in
1837 are now due. By call plied your my own case,and i
I subscribers have this day entered into of a pernicious article in imitation of the genuine THE to one two bottles of this medicine. In the de.
IX WEEKS from date, I will apply to theJudcofJackson on the subscriber, at his office in Tallahassee lined that I can say it made a perfect ewe.-,
S under the firm of Taft, Holt Mixture have been manufactured by Lucia S Comstock cline cf life,or when the system has been impairedby 1.A.BCounlin.OOl11 ]
County Court for letters of and paying the same, the public will much ,
&Co. ; A.Co.of New York,and tent la tkt Soul for excess, it nourishes, strengthens and supportsit
Administration of the and chattels of Mark oblige H. DUVAL,
S. S TAFT, Ml!. The name oTRneUnd instead of Rowand, is SAM'L :-it is not presuming too fir t. add, that it actu- of
A few weeks woman'scame
Smith, late of said county, deceased. July IS, 1837.-49 Tax Collector. ago a case .
GREEN PATTERSON.( GEORGE G.HOLT.c. on use bottles of the imitation. The genuine article ally prolongs life. under notice, the breast greatly 1
GEORGE MILLER. may be had of the following persons, wno arc NEW SUMMER GOODS. This Panr ea has been introduced to the publicfor
50-6w the to seen-her
16th 1837. nipple scarcely be.
July Marks, July 1, 1837. 51 the only Agtnlt in xhis part of Florida and Georgia.E. subscriber has jut received a a short time, and has received more testimonialsin clearly spoke the great misery she WIItold if

NOTICE. B.I nard jr. tco. General Agent, Tallahassee, THE of goods suitable for se1ec season a, its flY our for its efficacy, in so short a time, than me she had been suffering three mc8. .

months after date, I shall present my ac S'Q1PI1Z1 1J1zmalll.M William Kerr& Co.,ThomasviUe comprising the following articles, viz: any other medicine ever discovered,and its name at it, and waa carried to her bed ; she then,L

SIX and vouchers and apply to the Hon. JS-THE undersigned respectfully informs the James C. Eccles, duincy Bombazine, Thibet, and Merino Frock Coats; horn and abroad, will induce hundreds, aye, theu- seed poultice to it; other things had beeii '

County Court of Leon county, for a final settlementand planters of Leon and adjacent counties, that be has Swaim, Lloyd, & Co. SL Marks. do. do. do. Dress dO sands, to apply for it, to reap the true virtue advised Jndkins ontment, knowing W

discharge from the administration of the estate made and appointed DAVID C. WILSOM his attorney Thomas Alexander, Hickstown, Venetian, Cass, and Erminett Coatees; thereof. successful in like eases. She got and appk

of Wm. Kinnaird, I late of said county. to sell E. W. Pilt'a patent Cotton CULTIVA Darius W illiams Sc Cn., Monticello, White and brown Linen Jacket; Notwithstanding attempts may be made tit impair cording to the directions accompanying 1 i"I

GEORGE YOUNG, Administrator. :, TORS. He respectfully invites the Planters to call J. D. Carpenter, Mickasooky.The Plain and fancy Marseilles Vests; the confidence of the public in the efficacy and hours aU it broke and
pain WM gone' and examine for themselves. label of E. Barnard jr. Sf Co. will be on all ;
July 3d, 1837.48SmNOTICE Satin faced do do; curable power of this medicine, it will go on to ed sad so coatiday
discharging copiously,
C. F. CLABAUC// the bottles sold by the above agents. Figured Silk and Satin do; conquer disease7 relieve the afflicted,and earn for itself -
the relief from extreme pain ttaaaaal
Tallahassee Dec 16, 1836. Tallahassee, July 7th, 1837. 48tflIIanhaU' thousands ;
s|.tf Plaia do do dO the good opinion and tens of thou excited the woman's astonishment a
HEREBY QIVRN, that at the next Januaryterm Twenty-Five DoUara Reward. Worm STrap Bombazine and Valencia ; sands. Already it has earned or itself name dnced her breast to its oauahtateuda*

IS of Gadsden Conirty Court, the under-, from the recommended to all parents, nurses, and others -. Black Snake-skin Stk\ latest style; which dastardly attacks cannot reach ; that such is the cure was complete. C.B.ELr.W
the Executor of Fields F. Wynn who was I STRAYED Livery Stable, Tallahas- IS Satin and ; the fact the number of letteis in possession mu.tfully '
.signed, HORSE who have the management of children as dO Frederi county.Apr 3, 182.1. JBZW.ut&
bright Bay lean in flesh Plaid Hair the incredulous
most and
-executor Benjamia B. Babb will make final report effectual ; satisfy ; were it necessary
haa two white bind and yet. Or Ix.roIITI8S.'Ii'
reef, a wl tte star in hi.
fore White and bla'k do there could be obtained
of said and six mouths numerous
and settlement estate, ; testimonials
discovered: Messrs nde Cs
head. $aid horse went about L It R T Low ,merchants,
from the date hereof will apply *discharge and away two months besides Linen and Cotton Shirt; under the sanctity tbe oaths of those who,
ago. $25 will be given on bis delivery at Captain This syrup being safe and active ver 'Ontlemen-Aa Mr Herstoos agent I,
letters dismissery from aid court as such executor and the and Fig'd and striped do; after suffering the most acute and long protracted oJ
Brown's Hotel, by Wm. CAUTION. mifuge, is agreeable pleasant to taste, of Dr William Judkii/s patent specific sia
of said BabU. JOHN FPYNN. Tallahassee, March 2ithl 1837 no child will refuse to take it. White and brown Cotton Drawers; illness, have been entirely restored to health, but it would inform that last summer I was

July 16, 1837. V-6m 33tf It is also happily calculated for preventing and Hdkfs. and Linen Thread Cloves; does not enter into the comprehension of many,how with a sore leg you-the fame Judkia's C. '
James Johnson other disorders which Black and fancy coloured Silk Hose; it is possible for botanic medicine to effect such '
COURT OF JACKSON Blnreu, removing many to childrenare duced to a jag of
IN THE COUNTY White and brown Cotton doVior.ia wonders in the me get it-butithap ,
COUNTY. DRAPER AND TAILOR subject, such as bowel or summer complaints ; healing art as experience has be .f Mr.: eraton'. make. I used iti
and Latnbs'-wool
diarrhea or looseness, vomiting and it is ; proved them competent to perform, but such are the
interested will take notice thai TALLAHASSEE FLJI purging the printed directions, but my kj kefl'worse. )
persons : invaluable for those Spitalfield and Pongee Silk Hdkfs; (acts that they cannot be denied.
ALL which
widew of Seth Lan *ton (Next doer N. of F. TtiwleJeeveler' allaying pains .J
Langston, ill
me r.) suffer in their teeth and if Black and fancy Silk Cravats; Tbe above medicine can be obtained ef G. H. &
the ensuing term of said court in received from cutting previouslyused Mr Beratenl traveling to the w8t st
..will apply at just New York a superior Also a few suits Youths' Clothing, togetherwith T. E. LINDENBERGEU Monroe
of Dower in the following HAS will reuder this operation of nature perfectly' strert Tallahassee house the time st 1
October next, for allotment of Broadcloths, Cauimers the above articles my dining on looking
offered for sale
and are now Florida with directions for
.mild and free from It it.
danger. equally efficaciousin proper using
Tract of Land situate in said county, to Vertings among which are all the most fashionable cheap, for cash or approved ment I had,he,imirediatdy proncencedkMhis
and in the infantile
wit.-The South East quarter of section Four, colors and patterns that have appeared(in-the rickets remittent fever. It credit.J.. makej and furnished me with one whical
New B.
; is recommended with the that Perry Twnukip, Muffin County,Pa M.,3,1831.
it is
Eleven West assurance fully BUL.June On ddifference
North of Range and it I sensit
in Township Fire York market also an extensive of 22 1837. opening smelling was
Ready Ma.JACOB Hoccx-Sir, I feel constrained
the intended and myself -
filed the Clerk'Office. adequate to purposes that much 46tf nkho it looked like i. I then I
Petition BOW in Made Clothing of description sj'p .,
every which he to inform of tbe effects that..your Panacea
can good be derived from its simplicity and you
A.LWOODWARD, warrant to be as neatly made, and of as fine cloths mar it cannot do harm. in- NOTICE. had on me. In the year 1836, during the montflsofJanuaryFebruaryMarch ointment which he gave me, to my leg) s
July 16,1837.-WMt Counsel for Petitioner, as ever offered in the southern nocence any URING absence JOHN M. STRONG in a state of amendment on using the fist j
.any_ country. Jt few Directions accompanying each bottle. D my and April, I was em- andso .
suits doming, also will act as continued nnti/ it got quite welL _'.
yeutns youths chinchilla,and my. agent. ployed in tbrashin with a thrashing machine and
MIDDLE DISTRICT.-FRANKMN SUP'R.COURT. cUth caps, rncns hats,cloth and for caps of various Marshall compound Syrup of WM. H. FRANCIS. caught cold, and the dost seemed to settle on my This ointment is certainly very valuable

qualities, shirts frem one to seven dollars each Liverwort.For Tallahassee, June 28th, 1837. 47-tf lungs. I suffered much pain, and could no longer would be a pity it ahouid baa lost to the p&i
x4 7/irom IT.Mertkanti. coughs, colds, asthmu spitting of blood ankle bearin ,and 1
IIiraJt.uru. among which are a variety of plain and ruffled auend to business the pain was located in a counterfeit the Manse
BAeb trading and liver complaints, whooping cough, and all diseasesof DR. HUNTERTO my my not genuine. WM K Kfiff BU
linen, plain embroidened bosoms, collars stocks breast,particularly on the left side. I was also afflicted -
.C4e M ', ttyle end firm il14tAmtnlj.r'I- II suspenders fine merino 'flannel, canton flannel,and the breast and lungs. WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. with night sweats and fever, I sought the aid Cumberland, May tof-. 183.1-!
Brlu 6 n 38 issued Jl2St The restorative of this medicine in diseases Jrsm Rn JY
fXo-.e tf shirts and drlwe.linen. powers Bt'etTfy p.
net cotton of various this but
vs- p"il *, 1837. fur : fur collars do. silk. buckskinand of the Lungs hare been attested by the most BY the ale of Dr. Hatr'. inestimable Pills, Physicians region, all to no I have known Mr C Herstoos to be the pn
glo'CS white I then traveled Lancaster
and colored to and
respectable both of and this of either sex, i they carefully follow purpose; county,
Wn.H.Harper,Doiler Tkorr.- silk and linen handkerchiefs.Also physicians Europe plln. also to Chester co. and employed several Doctors tor Judkin's Ointment for several Jean d
.nd Lewis country. It sedative, expectorant and the plan, and copious Directions, residence in and the ointmeaf
ton Hnnftlontlrd- possesses Maryland )
a Ut of clothing all of there but derived benefit had my *
negro which he will ; no ; finally recourse
Tkcrnton tonic properties, and hence abate fevers mitigate accoirpanying them are effectually,to eradicate him have been much It haM
ing t t. at Jlffftr, ( sell as Uw according to the quality of the to Panaceaand used one bottle whichI by to in repute. .
goods as coughs and almost instantly and a CERTAIN DISEASE, and to your while fca
4-Lthixgil.n.P J be in the slight restr Lewistown Pa. But frequently used in 'my own family ;
Territory.Nov. at it seemed
can bought purchased at
HE Defendants in said suit, and all others 18th 1836.Groceries. IStr recent colds whilst it gives immediate relief to lol heAth, with ease, safety,and certainty ins.few first not to do me any good'for I became weaker, Maryland, and during my residence in t U

in terested,will take notice of the institution I those which from neglect have assumed a more .ys. bed. with success ,. :
i'nc iss rf aaid attachment this Just Received. :, dangerous character, and seldom fails to cure the br:: The extensive sale and owxampied success and was obliged to keep xnv Myfriends BITAtSI
Uiereof; aao n :nt advised me to use no mOle of it, but I resolved to '
ritnrnable to tbe (special) If nn of said the Brig Howell have most obstinate eases. of this Medicine, in this and other cities, and principal for Methodist Book Room, Mulberry sU
ttiy May we just received a give it a fair trilllaDeI. sent another bottle; this
and BY It will be found superior to any other medicine towns throughout the Union, for the last fifteen \
Court: (said defendants being non-residen!'? and choice assortment GRCERlES, afforded relief and soon strengthened and improved New York, May 30tb, 1835.
and to the declaration fileu offer for sale for the cure of shortnes of breath, hoarsen, years-during which it was satisfactorily prepared by : mucfi To prevent imposition, .C Herstons atp
that they appear plead .rhieh. we on good terms,-viz : and me as as the first had weaked me. I sent
the statutes in such case Baltimore wheezings promptly in soreness of Dr. Comway, prove, that when his own hand writing,will appear on the taw
in said case, according to Ii. bbl Whl.keySO.e and aa for a third bottle, and am now restored enjoying
made and N E Ram the breast lungs. In whooping cough its corrective -I with the INJECTION POWDERS, it better health than I have done for the last ten Letters post paid, directed to him, in fie*
provided.GEOItOE effort will be speedily disoovered.Marshall's thorough and speedy care of that dreadful disorder, Md. will be attended
HAWKINS, 15 M Co ,try.Gan. Tonic years-I am again enabled to follow the ploughever City, to. ;
April S9, 1817. 44-lf Atty. for Plfls. 50 M Chia p.C.oQ Peach & Apple Brandy .. denominated the Scourge of the Human Race. since last August. I am folly convinced that For Sale wholesale and retail, by .
Wine For Ague and Fever. : Tne PILLS are accompanied, when the ease be'taken without injury STEWARTBARN % .J,
10 Casks Malaga your panacea may
MIDDLE DISTI-FIMNKLIN SUP. COURT. 20 bbla Old Monongaiela Whiskey! Prepared by C. Marshal], Phila.and for sale by requires it, with the INJECTION POWDERS.and and is a asefnl medicine. Yours, respectfully, Tallahassee, Sept. 17th, 1336

JoxLPWlliT. 1 Attachment Wines. STEWART t BARNARD.Dut CERATE; these constitute a moat powerful DAVID ESHELMAN.

\'J. 'l39d4ntagts.Anmpilt. Returnable fr to Old MadejrPorL-herr7 Irish Whiskey, warranted genuine. I door to the Post Office medicine, applicable Fall to! the varioaa stages of this The following remarks by the editorofthe Stark To .those afflicted with Coil

Jf dsavAGaaxTand f :I Jan. 28 1831 *5 6ms Prea disordar. and plain direction, with a County, Canton Ohio Democrat are extracted **
jvbr. fen, 1837. 25 bbl Moliascs, treatise explaining the various 1 HE celebrated Albion Corn Plastar s
taLl WHEATOI. J 50 Baltimore soperfine Flour, I I popsr symptoms from that paper of April, 1837. JL stint relief and at the same time disspjjft
and all dlhers inteFcsted will p .fI'.."8 and the mode of treatment, each box, ,
defendants .a.
THE: ; 15000 lbs Baltimore cured Middlings and Hams, Accompany Hovcl', rAN"C'A.-We invite the attention of draws the Cora oat by the roots,withod1pain.
notice of the institution of said suit, arid 100 boxes Raisons I Offers for sale, on accommodating a that persons ef .ilr MX may cnfS themselves.Price the citizens of Canton and the public generally *: "

bf, the issuing of laid writ of attaehmeb' this day. 5d II Prines a terms his HOUSE and Lot,situated on ( of the Pill box; th Injection Pow- to the advertisement in another column of this pa. CasTirIciva.To- tho.e afflicted ,widi G

had ta appear and plead to the dvclaratioii filed tn 3009 lbs best Loaf Sugar Monroe Street, in the city of Tallahas- der and Cerate 50 cents each.) per,under the above head. We have used the article to their feet I dounilylhatl have used Af*
skoeerding to the statute in such case m.thilliid The Lot 110 feet 03": fiom the original Recipe in MSwf I
CAM, tuG, kegs water Crackers >see. measures front Prepared ourselves and ean safely recommend it to the Corn Plaster,with complete success.. BeSs*'

provided. 30 boxes and kegs Tobacco assorted quality. by 160 feet rear. The house is a convenient, spacious thalataDr. W. T. Con WAT, by his immediate public as an invaluable remedy for most of the aged box it cci>pletely eared a Cars W*
Dated June 17th, 1837. and comfortable residence, independent of Successor, ana th. Sole Prooprietor, T. KIDDER one
40 bags I aquira and Rht C 'c.o' disuse with which mankind are afflicted. Hav- troubled for I make.we I
(U) CUAPLq: R KIRT.EV.-Au', trPhA"Mfi k ,.Wnite Lead that portion which is now occupied. as a FancywrC. or whom they may b had at his Counting inr for a number ofvears- been subiect-- to the -Is.aiior -. for the benefit me of many those years.afflicted with"StSlt 11&.'
Room, fa Chambers oy.r No. doer to 1.KIDDER'I -- --
fOOC bestSpaniKb 9 aet NraaTMAac to anaja 'ngextent the
L& tlllT: FRANKLIN SUP.COURT. Begart Tin I'
CHiZLLI 4 hbdl Sugar He also offers for sale his unimproved lot on Drug St. Court and Hanovet Panacea was, recommended to us by Dr. Houck Lor. Feb.28." WM. SIUPasca
.M.HtI5l.mp'iL.i 4L1ac&iientf.rjositta 50 bag Bock Shot, the 900 toot street, measuring 160 feet front by 180 Street*near Hail, Boston, and also himself, and we are happy to say w. have been 60 cents a box.iir' :

GSUKT and fftSO damuet.. RtUnalU 30 kegs Duponts arid Cattchs I'owdvr back.The by his appointment, (tetrih alt tln>*. .dim. cwitir.Iy relieved from that distressing affliction. gusIOC ulea eIaed thi.ra.

CHAS. WatiTok., J A1 ft6tf T,., 1837. 40 boxel Spehrt Candles subscriber will also dispose of his entire valuable: MeiUcines, by the late Dr. As a family medicine we L.,., ..\"iution in r.'od No wrspp. V'by the.proprsV'1'.1

defendants and all others interested will 50 Smoked Herriugs.. stock in Trade, comprising a most general assort- ..'' .) bySTEWART saying that we believe it is unsurpassed. DEL immediate .orurlof
.L..take notice of the institution of said suit and 10 Tiered Rice ment of Fancy and Staple Goods Groceries, 4 BARNARD, No.6.) REMEDY FOR Co.wn.-F.'al8 at his Coutial R.oomo'et
I Hardware Grocery U*. Ac- His Stock is large DRDOCIIT. RHEUMATISM.THE 1WI, Bostt
said writ of attachment this day 6' Boxes Brown Soap. 99 Moit. Dear Concert
bf lied the to issuing and plead to the declaration filed io; 60 dot. bottles Porter And Cidch and well assortrd, with stith goods as are well Tallahassee, June 32, 1835. 30U.TO excruciating pain-the decrepitude and -iM-.C.Bt special appointment, by (11.
oppear I adapted to the market. and the premature old which BARNAJm
W the sUtUte. in sUch case 100 pisces best Cotton Bagging.
the' said caAr.acddrdiris 100 Cells RopeS For particulars apply to It J. Haeklry or Hugh THE ASTHMATIC & CONeUMP1VE are the asoal attendants ef the disorder, are d'ered DanoM
made and CHARLES p ,Wed. 8.SIStEY. Atl'yofPltn" cases India Preserves Archer,my authorised agent. THE most prevalent and by many from despair of a cure or disappointment Tallahassee, Feb.83 Md,. 30 tf ea -.,
> 10 barrels No. I Shad WI,. MANER. t civilized society-
Dated June 17th, JS37.-tl-tf Lea\ Corn Brooms Chocolate, Pepper All. Tallahassee Dec. 7> 1836. 18-lf gentralljr oe traced t th le Alarmiag o to effect this parpoae. Bat thoae who have nude a -DUMFRIES EYE WATER1',

DISTi-rilANKLIN SUP. COURT.JA.XCI disorders,, a lelled By estimation fair trial rDI. iS4 '
vVlDDLE spice, Putty, Preserved Ginger Currants A CARD.RQUIMaAT .Iitblt .11 For aore or iaflamed Eyes, Ci"
it thoasaod
O. McCAPtctvs In asumpsil-summops ,Tamarinds Door Mite, English Walnuts. app tt handrd fifty per JtbVt Celebrated LU lltJIl, relief Oa recent sere eves, &he.; UJ"attry. 5 '
II' tbe
IDA Im of of these
fat1000 damages-atIachment Cinnamon,TurpeBtine,Imperial Gunpowder and cDalpta. Mot even' in cases longstanding, and of the moat *evtft .-Where tbe complaint %2fSl

.JAMBS Y;.B"ITJI. issPa for |656 ,-, Hyson Teas,.Scotch Snuff i. bottles. Caster Oil, COMMISWW MERVHJWT, dreadfil resaftj nay, b atb.t t common Cold, character, have received eertaia relief and standing;sad la some"eediq".gTIsaaiunexpected

IL EW1XO. ".FaEDnltt isfcned May 8* .837. Opedildork, Vinegar, Bpanish Brown,(emoo flftup, No. 60 WATER ST!, NEW YORK. and a aegligat. t.ln o harraesiag. eat many hart bee,cured Ia a few days, some i in 24hoars and desirable relief i.gsj

,V.BIGWIT'J.owaenof Returnable t4 Novem- I Copal Varnish Salmon, fc. 10% 'Fo ale low by Offers his services to the merchants of Alabama U .ralyeuaah i side asaally as a mac her of pit-maim in Boittoa and vicinity the use of Ihk. .,,waxer.altar,i'1
.. and at last Ul
steamer Free.nader.berTermIU7. G. H.fc T.i.LINDBNBERGER. difk bial. pal il r who were formerly afflicted with Rheumatism. had r.iJed. 'MaD) punona ..I&o.w.DOeDCO
fHEi defendants in said suit, and all others in* Tallahassee,Oct. I', 1831 IKf Geol cia and Merchandise.Florida in tbe purchase of Ooods andrepeated Asthmatic a have very.U,181& .. .Ceni6eatelan a the poi- it 1M best paraboa for"

._u. terested, will take notice of the insUtation k-- Wares and In the purchasing and u also bri f on Consumptive IYlp. aaaioc ef the Proarfetet proviaf the BMSC tbere f> they bass eftI'met:: especb1I,1a _
whole stocks of
thereof, iad of toe issuing of saidU.kMeit, returnable JAMES H. (COOK selecting of foods or in assorting dollars expended ia the aad s.rnrisia&cacesbi of this powerfel LNIMENT. > oc-WUmsaatioii ef tonal stal-J '-' '

next November Term of said cdott them' Having had bag experience in the pur DR. RELV 'S ASTHMATIC lica.uib.e other seas t r
to jn0d No. 100 BROAD WAT, NEW YOKK, ( good ( and PILLS approved applieotiswaJtadatterlyiattod. ceaigbotda..1, \.
chasing orAtabamaGeorgia Flo
that they appeir 004 plead to the eeclaratianftled v' :Pine himself that and a little attention to their tiady administration > y Nne ..r.gniueunhesS pe4Piatad

in the said ease,aceordinf to tbe Matate.in. Between and Broad.Street. ,, ri. .1_ulat&en__.. ._ _... ___LI.1__aiy__ orders.. entrusted_.. mil usually insure .amitigation .of jlheae wrer, b1 .-. l.sjgR Wf
0 IWII Will no WWlII&U Dn IILI pan or incaswb.aayt&Yortmwlthtbelrbuaineas. DUMFRIES REMEDY: FORTHE PILES .
jiAe and : sale a roil and aaaertmeatefCebsnel lb..Couwaj.
OFFBR8V roaptota "
lath PrMidect.L.
.. : eflic a The fill 'gQI.I ,
and %
disorderly tMuaiy cur !
r.ciaeE ( 4'-T'
.cS&RhEIS LEr WsVtare,, coaaMaw of.Sideboaide with Tb y y g'jgT; ]? wJvama ,_ 'f' !
\ Ptta"! .Att'iborkjrccpmmeiid iUfer to: ai.ss..QksTdi&'wbitoomb andBaldwin also ,ind' efleeUtal" .Jenedy fcr. Use, 1t lbs .
: are
easy a
J. D; WJtSTCQ"Jt, 5 y warWetopt,sJeWai Dreei BertMU| ilh JMI* us 4e wA t ''or t''t'" c.tinga": k"

I,Mi, .J..IIIJI ,tIP. 4G-3m bis sad plain topeV:Centre Tables bwtfltiata a*( Hawkins.. ,'Hw YCft."aa. Maner I 'symplonn prrcedinf, ,and. aooecapanjiof .the ro rtM k <>w fcrii tree"JpaiaW Coart t.etieet aeat Coaeert Hall. BOito. .
p TaIlhaaee FIo, -Wat. 0: rlei for" be is&dats. ho
Apt.llehicol, Asthma and, Cooftumptton ,
round, with KarblsVUpe Pier tab $s doDame, I eouf eepWa.GWifefcfi; .1. .
no.oCml.k 5Di8L; IIt.IaJ; Flo.'Wm. A, breathing and.stnctute deems it o.zh to fa rbae I* >uIke pqewiu. ,app. )>
tLeIMl. me.vuwSusetiber'k$1 tables m setfl, and a\iBfle.Breekfett tables ef afl I difficulty ,of lightness eajrr r' RT., .
BoUsSoJaU ualiUeS fashion I MCKAIWS 1rvntonAta.-P.eston & Neims,Co io the side, \.M S 1bC.diuaithasWJ.this u move. i11 !: ,
. erected his shop at sizes, Dureans d*. e ) and acres the chest wheezing, pain 11irrt-w>' itiaialamqwjfctH >
Srore aaB.f Will oflersiiis'e'p cbais; Teen $$:1O $$ Cko. of Wood Few csaee ela.oeouro _l1 asaeieiiimi netnit : CI.1S .Jt. (
.L, Roaches %' p_ Mibiy : / ',.: & ) spiuiag *c. ;: hi t al iII'
ePict$ J Me'afcaJnt rate Oan '".1.' Kocklpg CisaaL .I J.! ,1 say or this tlass of dtMrdet*, 'in wElsh the per" : j f. .. binfI
tit do f..etf.J.t .c_ IH.; Of aU w ; tJ" 'chiee,'of Dr.: leUVa PHle Will:not fWj;;.MTSJg JfgSr Su Marks-a
i .. jgLg
: : cqtoI : _.a eat en-ait.
Jo7i is 1- I.Jt:{ : .
L .o BashiiWaiUk.cLeI .&fifctffi .it,1oCi

:'1'. = >doT eXp, t.t' dadj as' s 11'-1. 11M i : .', \ -

.. I, .. fJt,' e.l. 'e-r WAEfi i1.l'tAau' 'NlIl1Ti- $ ".h.,
r 't' ThWART4'4JVAID.
_'If" y.t.J.t. 'T" .ftV f, 14.. ,46 !r. "' -sI4"-r .,. .. ..- 17, tIN t'MtfX' =I.II. or Sale by $

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