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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: October 8, 1837
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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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defendant. J rert to N v.Termzl837R& Joarnal. In the West, Il'a used up, Sir.' fort of tbe Executive their verdict had been I I was
T roaming will if t it.t 'iixims door of
defendant and art others interested,will the araoig her grsen retreats: and along Frank. 'Is n't it enough ; he learned expunged Can this, then,be submitted to II t t DepanznentofWsrb
margin of her from I
rirers his
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take. notice Gfthe institution of said suit, and track toward the Allan tie as,the they Muse trace their shining Dtvil. 'Not by a jug-full Sir. predecessor who sleeps in the further, without this House making inquiry : jlcb t only successful cotaaaadt
any
seems
writofaxtacbmet this to 'build church-yard. The in .
of sid' pettifogger reply to tho :
day and Frank. capitulates geatfenao fta
rtke haunt' the world with 'How much on the He
subject
is considered
inspiration. more
Jto smSr sad plead to the declaration filed In by communion with Refreshed .wantingl'DeviZ. to his invincible adversary, and acknowledges that it Vermont, (Mr. Everett,) 'dn
Nature she time 'say
'Three was
and
: aecofdinr to the statute in such case suggests the un columns, Sir. high time, that an investigation b.o .
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) premeditated lay, that lives and flows in him one whose d it were irreverent he believed with that whe
IUaad a candidate Frank. 'When gmas of the kind ,
j nrorided.IAS for fame.-Phil. Car. will it be wanted! proposed should be had, and ;ht
D.WESTCOTT, Jr. Au'y for Plt'ff. Devil. 'Why, I've been here twice before to doubt. bad by a committee which would devote itself I the matter was investigated., that 'Seen
1837.ijes 4 -3m ON CROSSING I 'Your of the would be found :
Dated MIy29th. THE ALLEG//ANIES. this man wo-ld never goes to to the tary not to the author c
morning, and I could n't get in. The subject do it justice, and have b
The broad church. His the evils of which' he
" -the bright-the own experiencefurnishe had bi
gfariout foreman's print ,
West mad h-I 1 to do He
justice.-
S.
Sibley Is as and bow wished to have cmi
spread before says as that
me now, ciples for the government'! of be had permitted
that men,
the vastly superior this
Middle District Where the mists paper can't be got *ut in time.' committee appointed by ballot because .
oIIo.rof' .
j.9.Att.r7 gray morning rest to all that Christiarfty dreamed instrument in the hands of others .wa
Frank. ever it i should
hil professional services us Beneath yon mountain's brow! Well, be off. I'll have not be a party committee. The *
Attorney some co of. lIe has his
to
jCouBeJI: r at Law, in lite collection of debts, The bound is passed-the goal is won- py ready in an hour.' on intuitive perception into the administration have aa much interest in Ihs ry own judgment; and yeldioibswWcb

Florida. He will The region of tbe setting minds children, and can predict, to nicety I an officer ought
ia Middle attend all the sun Devil goes off with a sunken a matter as tbe opposition and tbe Air fl'
t-rtj. in this District.<< Office next door to the Is open to my rie*'- aspect, muttering the amount of power their intellectual ; country yielded to, h only blamed : :
Land ofthe valiant and free as he goes, 'I gets more kicks than was looking to an investigation of this matter S.i
.jesce of J. D. Westcott, Jr. Esq.Talhh the machinery will be able, in time to to ry s far as that was not.the man
ee.-'u'uaiT; 25th, 1S37 5-tf Mine own Green Mountain land-to thee coppers. The foreman kicks me for not I He believes that come, with a great deal of anxiety. The division .. and resist encroachments.those
up
And thine-a long adieu II 1 I getting and the generate. scarcely an hon- of in the House scpericto
copy editor kicks parties i
Law Notice. me for eat man, beside himself lives ._ ,, were nearly e- him.
and .
t -
hail thee! valley of the coming for it. Deuce ; as women ,
ana
West
no
take ;
that
'em quai a committee
both! As hoped
Office might
lubscriber's Mr.
The CUSSING
u next door to his For what thou sbalt be they are not a whit better than said that the"genilemsafron
ience, ,corner of Adams and ClintoD Streeta.UI .- I hail thee, for the yet h\pe.that!rest to the paper, she may be late, for me; and I: to be. Lastly, of the world they bought e raised from the different parties of men Virginia"had brought bias the point atwbtd

| ofderoting huncelfprincipcilly to the busi. Upon thy destiny f as to the press, I wish she was blow'd to the j is the chief your man who will prelOcute the inquiry with the greatest t
bewasabouttoarrivbinfzisarpmeftt.
light flhe world H
him COVKSEL and when
.
0entrusted to as he
AN ADTOCATE, Hera, from this mischief! industry and .
mountain fidelity.Mr.
,
ATTORNKTS business as msr be placed with Thy bright waves height I see The 'devil' dies, the heavens will be bung in gloom, and EVIBETT had rea the .testimony of General CKsie*
floating to talks
,will generally be handed to Mr.Si War, U. 8.Mid Thine emerald fields the sea, upon the common principle he edifice society will fall into dilapida- regretted- extremely that h believed to be Brave *6eT of

Attorney (ocsupyinj part of subscriber's And fee], that in the book outspread of fame, when he speaks of the paper and the tion; as he, while l living, was its chief any observation should be made by any ficer, he h read the reply Ie a Secretary

laj) vboill punctually attend to itThe sub- Proudly shall thy recorded name printing-press as belonging to the feminine and prep gentleman on tbe floor of the House which Cass; conclusion' fie i.b arrived
frt will attend the Couit of Appeals, and theprior In later gender. Your : support. would derogate from the t
Courts of Jefferson, Leon days be read. statesman, speaking of the character of the at was, that responsibility of the out
Gadaden -
klis andiacks.ncountiesbut no other Courts,, Yet while I gaze upon thee now, country's prosperity, says '// r commerce.: On the afternoon of the day! on which I Ibe i in l late the Mr. Cass, at a time when he was .not breaking of the Seminole war rested upon tb

tteaipeually{ retained. All glorious as thou art, her manufactures, and her arts, are flourish above article country, or in a position to defend head of General Jackson. He wished the
JA MES D. WESTCOTT A cloud i* resting on my brow- i ing and will appeared, Mr. James Sum- himself from tbe
,Jr. soon advance her imputations which
A weight heart. high in the mers, who sat for the portrait of the 'Man were matter prb to the bottom, that the country -
Mhlitsee. January>5lh, 1837.NOTICE. upon my respect of nations. The of cast upon him. Mr. E. stated that he bad 1
Tome in all backwoodsmen whole
see
thy the World whJd
rotteness
------ youthful pride, oidered his to be oft
I Thou art a land of cares untried- say of Cincinnati,'She is the western ueen.' he could paper stopped, an early opportunity of examining into the was at the bottom of
rot
ILL persons indebted to the late firm of Kerr fc Of unfold hopes and fears: A Kentuckian will pet his rifle, and say, as devoted 'conscientiously patronizeone matter i in relation toThe Florida campaign, Mr. RICK'GARLAND, mater. wished

jwrjres will make immediate payment to Jas. Thou art-yet not for thee I grieve, She's lee tie the slickest boro in these b Billingsgate interests and and he believed then, a* he still believed, if merely to state oLuiin
Berthelott Esqr. as further indulgence Bat for the far off land I leave, parts, edited by a pa son who had evidently recei- there a couple act tl tc
cannot und her voice is was any thing in relation
I look sweet Nannie's andthat's wrong to that this which had
on thee with as subject to
rrr"ted.olherwl5e the same will be put in tuit tears. ved a diploma his proficiencies, from the i it did come hi on
iminately. P. KERR, O brightly-brightly-glow thy skies saying a heap (for her.' Some go so college of Sa ill Giles!' not rest with the Secretary of .War. his way to this city, to show corruption

-3uis DANL. D. STURGES. In summer's sunny houi! far as to sex learned bodies, and to say of This is a specimen of one class of miseries This was his opinion then, and it was still existed some where. He was-told by a respectable
his
'fAKE Thy green earth seems a Paradise congress, the constitution does not confer to which editors opinion, and he should be sorry to s elbe individual of an operation by which

NOTICE. irrayed in summerlowers! such powers on her, and beyond those delegated are subject. They track reputation of that gentleman brought in forty cords of the
cost Government
But O! there is their brain for $7,
(Llhoe accounts against the aland afar wmry subjects, and I question wo
of his
estate HAR-
during
she absence from
his
RIS BURNEY Whose skies to me cannot rightfully act;' thus when direct coun 0. The othe case was that of the owner
late of Leon county, de. are brighter fur. flingf they them properly, it frequent I t He had
Along the ing a petticoat this try. noticed the expressions made steamboat
Atlantic a
- over
which shall not be presented, fully shore; venerable ly happens tha. making a
au. somo subscriber who fancies o
looted! within the time prescribed by law' For eyes, beneath their radiant shrine, gray-haired bacbelors, husbands,and orators himself I,use of in the testimony of General Clinch, trip of his bat from eng lige
I!! barred. In kindlier glances answered aggrievedaays, with Dennis which had alng
This is a final notice. mine- We were speaking, before this poor been alluded to by the gentleman coast, up one the rivers of '
Can these their we got on the critic, 'That pay
SIMON light ? me-and!
TAYLOR restore means forthwith
.
Adminisliator.ne from
mad.cap digression, of the I u Virginia, and be thought at the for whole boat. These
' 18 miseries in which: ... th things were told
1837.
,_ 46-tf Upon the lofty bound I stand, sends in a peremptory order to have 1 time
-_ the editorial fraternity, intreneral. and Frank .. they were undeserved. him the public highway and
That .parts the East and \Wst-.. 'tiis .
discontinued. thy
paper And thus the editor sw
NOTICE. ---- --- Mr.
Before me,lies a fairy l land- Thernton in particular, were sometimes -., GLABC CK: could not but admire the the manner in which the public money was
Aired from the Subscriber about 18 days since, Behind-a home not only loses some one'sfriendship, but, motive which induced the from and
ill Dark Mare of rut plunged by ill-timed demands for that bane gentleman squandered thrown
Bal Pouey what is of away.
cropped mane litre hope her wild enchantment.flings, of the craft called more importance, his subscription. Virginia to ffcr this resolution but the Mr. BOND of Ohio
tall,paces well, and i. about four years old. Portrays all bright and 'copy. At such times, Subscribers! one word as to made a statement, of
to
\UK lame time, two mouse colored Mules. 3 I I.rudj My footsteps to allure-lovely things, Frank would disenchant himself of his fond editor his yu. Support manner in which the committee was to be which be had been informed, of acme abuse
. ; one recently broke the other unbroken. j Bat visions your through difficulties; and whatever appointed he differed with him in relation
there, in memory's light,I see pick up his pen, arrange hid entirely. because to the expenditure of public
paper else money
who
l"y penon will delayer said I Iiwiomeon All that you neglect, be sure do not in
Poney and his
was once most dear to me- and-think you opinion, the results would be for the
plantation or try to think, of a subject. lie suppression The
my 7 miles f ofndian
for hostities.
north foiget to intellectual
east of Jtfy heart's pay your the
young cynosure! would look provant; same, let the committee be first
'' R. the appointed appropriation
' Berry, E over for topics they in
"Mi10 9-Tallahassee, newspapers ; t that is, if would
fiberaUy rew'KdedAny information VIOLA. whip his bruin fora you pass decently through either way. He thought the uniform House for this he believed
01 up suggestion& or look this woild, and reach heaven course th object, was
will be last!
a gladly received JOHN by Editing: and other Matters.A out at the window, and seeing his friend a: should be adopted in the appointment of the one of$SOO,000and that was made at a time

!tachl&h 1837. S. TAYLOR.,, CRITTER raOM AH CMrUStlSITCD TOLUME. James Summers, who prided himself on being committee, and that we should not now, after when there was an immense 8oJu'ln' the

LAND The 'Literary Gazette created a greatsensation. L a man of the world, he would conclude CONGRESSIONAL.FLORIDA all the committees fur years had been Treur without attracting ntc In

{HE Subscriber is FOR authorized SALE Frank was congratulated by his to write an article on men of the world in appointed in a particular way, change our shor there was another appropriationcalled
to..11
. of Land situated within three 5. n.ubleTracli 12-, friends on the excellence of his hebdoma: general, after the manner of the fragment WAR. mode appointment in a solitary case. He for, ofa million dollars; and 1 ap

IS miles from Tallahassee. The first contains dal. His editorial brethren bestowed liberal below. WASHINGTON, SEPT. 19, 1837. was aware that the war had occupied much : propriations continued to b made from

<19IO cleared.Acres, 150 cleared The second 520 commendation; and he was bespatteredwith Mr. WISE submitted (tile following resolution more time, and expended much more money, 'month to month, as though they were made
i,
And the third 880 Acres about l than was anticipated, and that the whole with a view of getting rid of the
deared. These lands are lo in praise, where he expected to be flatter 'Fielding says, that in order to under. : large surplus
equal JtfiJTorida
and wiU be sold on terms advantageous any ed by criticism. To be sure, there were stand men, it is necessary that one should be Resolved, That a select committee be appointed country felt a deep interest in relation thereto of public money on band; and whenever an_

t purchaser. some croakers who thought it a little too; born with a genius for. that purpose.: Your by ballot to inquire into the causes ; and inasmuch as this was the case, he attempt was made to have this surplus distributed

lUaoassee March H. W. BRADEN. light, and somo bithe! hearts thought it a little men of the world think so too; hence, they of the Florida war, and into the causes of thought it but right and proper that a committee the ghost of this Florida w was

15th 1837. if. 32 are the favorites of the should be appointed, in order that the brought our view by the Committee of Ways
too heavy; but generally, great satisfaction nature, and as such, are extraordinary delays and failures, and
FLORIDA CLAIMS. superior lo the country may be placed in possession of all and Means, in the of a appropriating -
was expressed with its contents. Subscribers ordinary mortals, and have aright enormous expenditures which have attended sap bi
)HN DUVAL, Talklvatsee, and Fran- in the the facts in relation to all the difficulties which some millions or-more ( the1
flocked in and : consequence, to look down on in- prosecution of that war, and into o
a:I A.Dickens of Washington City,formerly every thing went on I .L_ _____ .... now exist or have heretofore exi te.It.l suppression of Indian hostilities
feriority. We too manner 01 us w ; and these
te Treasury Denaruneni will swimmingly.But are.not going to upset Fielding conduct, and tbe fact of -- -- ------ -- -- ---

s for Nag roe* and other property prosecute H'stroy: *' l all or I however lightly Frank'a hark d8J1L'od Bulwer, did omnc genus; we only. say i its history generally: (hat Ihlt said "-.":* ay far 10 from W1JO'wu-m his intention raurV to.That express tU-::;;an...opinion" were o Hn'alwajs brought ibrwardvjwitjiQQt any'
otr'bf the Indians, and for horses.fitc. killed in at first, he soon found that there mat we detest tne boast and swagger which '119 traTo-pvwcrrio '>'nd for persons and papers "' -'tI3'not v""le g niatfe'tathe House from
t, or taken forth Army. were clouds,p brought to a close; but, in reply to the insinuation the proper and
and it
of the world take that it have sit
storms, and your men upon themselves ; power to in the recess Dpent w always
water be
JOHN P. DUVAL rough to encounter that the lato Seci of War stated that
ed, well t ae a natural right, peculiar to those who ; and that it make report to the next etary was statement would b
FRANCIS A. DICKENS. 81 as sunshine and soft winds. An I in fault in this matter, he should that he at some future have sbite
say
.7,1837. 27-tf author whom be re'iewed'ilh deserved severity I como into the world with an extra eye to session of Congress.Mr. had looked into the somewhat and ation for anotr'ap
case this
B-Letters post-paid,directed to John P. Du- said read that volume of mysteries, the human CAMBRELENO moved to strike out from prop object,- called by
was sure to regard wbat.U'U asan I the facts
"illahassee Florida, will be heart the in his possession, he was firmly convinced Committee of Ways and Means of
attended to. emanation ofj >lousy. Rejected fi'nrn- I locked up, like the ark of old, from t words, "that they have power to sit du- ujnrar
of
that the of War a million and
the vision of the vul riRg the recess" lie Department would a which has
made
NOTICE. ny rhymtsts reported him unfriendly to the ar. this motion because hllf th
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* Subscriber having associated them infantile efforts of geniu' Bilious moral- 'Your man of the world is the most bust- he believed there never had: been a never his have cause to fear the investigation. It ance now of-being (or pus

'M Mercantile h ling of bodies committee of thj was wish that a resolution of this character of hastening passage of the bill
business under the firm u ists condemned him for what their evil-seek and looks like Atlas with the House which had sat during should

Itay& Hawes, Wg leave to inform their ing imaginations tortured inte globe incumbent on his shoulders. His lips the recess of Congress. He hoped his be moved; and it was his firm conviction postponement of the third instalment of depo*

k and the public generally, that they are profligacy. form an oracle of human motion [to strike whenever the American'people had sites with the States, as the former appropriations -
In this way judgment and goodness of wisdom, and it is oul might prevail, unless all the facts
in of the had the
opening the laid
fcl." l' occupied bv rar.k the case before: them that appearance of being
I lie Robert! S. M-:'let heart were underrated; and although he won profanity to question ought that emanates gentleman from Virginia could give some the character of the late ced to itrou
'
I : !- est side of Secretary of War prevent a distribution of
smiles from so holy a source. His good reason why it should sit the t public,
Strect and op| 't. -', $ton Square more than frowns, yet signed when for inferior contempt during ie would remain as heretofore, without spot or monEYs

tCily of Tal1al-l"J eral! assort be thought of the goodness of bin motives. understandings is mast supreme; cess.Mr. blemish. His Mr. CIMBBELENG
.i impression was, that,when the did not detain
t and bis ; WISE .
Dry Goods t' :> 1 Grocenes, and the abominable constructions which humor, like a foaming catarart, flows presumed the reason must suggest charges were fully investigated, all suspicion the House, but merely to reply r the t
thev offer fore and boils with itself
to the
sublime mind
of
'
Jlinglerms. frequently them.In rage, if impertinence gentleman gnte
every which
put from
upon might now by any means attach to that men Ohio, who had thrown
Itv.i ; : :Y. addition dare question his profundity contest his why ho asked lat the committee should sit ou
or
to these grievances, the. gentleman would be removed, and that 'even mation, ifnot an imputation, the bill asking
S. tI : 'AWES.alwsseeieb. ( right to the during the recesg. The tht -
committee
drudgery monopolize gleams of knowl- could the
preparing matter for his impression which the gentleman from Vir- an for
! paper appropriation of
suppression
!j a: .'? 39.tf edge which light the human scarcely commence its labors
.. soon became sickening. At times, heavy up mind. He during theses. ginia himself entertained would be removed. Indian hostilities was now introduced for

NO ihd.: demands were made on his exhausted brain; is the greatest and most orthodox of bigots, ion of the present Congress; and there | He was as anxious as any gentleman that the of the of th

Iwnibs after date, I fhall exhibit my actta -. and then the ungentle efforts to lash his and takes good care that the stultified! bead I i if would be no use in proposing the resolution resolution should be adopted; but he would purse postpone facilitating payment of passage the t b

and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of the mind into a fury; to spread the wings of an of heresy be scathed by the lightnings of his ; the committee could not sit longer than ask honorable gentleman whether this com meat to the Stt _

tdiuiCourt, as Administrator, for letters of indignation. lIe uses old saws with wink the continuance pf the present extra ses mittee should
.-from the imagination brno down by lassitude; to a ; not be appointed by the Chair. Mr. BON ;did not make


*U837.! 46 pleasant. And yet be knew it mutt be done you are unpardonable if you do not cheer that two Major Generals of tbestaDling result would be the same as if it was appointed forward in the same manner, and it

_General's Office and that his readers would judge him by his I him with a smile. He is a stickler for antiquity army of the United States, who had by the Chair. There will be members of 'somewhat strange to him that these s

HEAD QUARTERN, ) weakness rather than bis strength. Tbi and hales smooth chins and black taken_.. ..part. in' that"campaign. ,.had. _been recal- both parties on the committee in either event: :lure should be introduced--------- -intn--- fkIparipasru. I m.,.

Tatlabasse, July 1, 1837. J knowledge, with his desire to please, placed beads, for their greenness and folly. He is cu uy me executive, and tried by a court and that being the case, he was unwilling to .

:ENERA.L ORDERS. him often in a dilemma:! which nothing but the repositor) of all the fragments of wisdom martial of the country; and that the only successful deviate from the usual course of appointing Mr. CAXBRXLXNO said that this appropriation .

IE Adjutant General, viewing it necessary kindred experience can appreciate. When that are left efshipwecked ages, which have commander in tbe Florida campaign, committees in this House. There wiU be was called for in the same manner, that

o of hare in his possession the strength of the he was in the mood, composition floated down on the stream of time. He General Clinch bad testified to the country friends of all the commanding generals on the all other appropriations of this character
Florida was
agreeable -
est hereby requires, comprising the officers the first and second occupation; but wbcn draft an after gathers together the bit and end afsayings that no officer, general or subordinate was I committee, and ample justice will be done to called for. The letter of the Bmtr'wer'

commanding which make the lore of to be blamed for the failure of the Florida each; and even if the of the committee War
igades,-riz- Brigadier General L. Read, draft bad been made his labors go up traditionary a majority sufficiently explained necessity .
upon a sense t
;ide, and Brig. Gen. Hernandez, 2d Bri-I of fatigue would him and country; and this unbooked knowledge renders campaign, but that the blame lay at tbe door are on a particular side the minority will the appropriation be sorry that gentlemen

to thro'ca**their e retnins Colonels to be made to me at Talla-: knew that the stream come over in be him eager than a man of much reading.In of the War Department. In reply to that have it in their power to investigate the mat- did not apply in the to

' commanding the va- thought yet mo- fine testimony, we have labored defence ter fully and the result of their see how former po'qur
gimenw, the strength of each bat. hon under such would your man of the world U a very seen a lay investigation

,ted regiment, including in report company the name, but little brilliancy cloudy auspices the vision of his reflect great man, and is to be respected, whether published by the then Secretary of War, before the country, so that the people ded, a every Hem coul b found wbbpn-
ik on
of each corn-missioned officer. readers. The he discourses of the evangelists at a horser'n Lewis Casj, and the country were left to may have the opportunity judging for them tlemen might desire see.

SAMUEL PARKHILL, one dull misery editorship u, that flourishes political eloauence. and! judge j between these twe officers. We see selves. In relation to the committee sitting Mr. WISE then slightly modified Jus '
.Adjutant General article will I
of Florida. .receive reproba r.lti
- MANSION lion than a score successful more that Helicon which inspires it, a B beer-mug, I that this war is still raging; and but yesterday during the recess he could see no necessity 1 and procd tomb some strictures'

ST. JOSEPH HOUSE, move. Men are ones can re- in the unquiet recesse of some venerable in the midst of the general commercial for it. It is DOt expected, to be sure, that J relation th conduc of th prnC.mDer
FLORIDA.
I proprietor of the,Mansio House by the worst lights.prone The to judge of things ale-house. distress and the bankruptcy ef the Treasury -, this extra session will be of long contiuuancc, in towards on .
begs
to vii which
tarn his sincere thanks to bit friends, and the practices, will seldom be tue one 'This maybe called an 'outline in pencil' we were called upon by the Chairman of but we are all looking forward to the long who was eploye as an ally of 't'

guerally,for the liberal p&lroDacehie" of hi* vice the considered expiatory of a man of the world, when the shadows of the Committee of Ways and Means for an session, which will be here in the course ef a United States, on express condition:'

m[fern bestowed thai no future upon hit exertions esubli shall hment, and te minute of cloud; rather day than is judged the of by the fifty years or so are upon him; when be has appropriation $1,600,000 to carry on this couple of months, when the committee will if i b captured certain Chiefs of.t'Crock

fcr it worthy of a continuance of be theIr spared fa- ; and a line duloess will beur of sunshine exhausted the fountains his wild blood, war, and this, too, without an effort being have ample time topiosccute their investigation t he was to remain on th of bis

page ofvivacit We look condemn a and turned out sago and philosopher. A made by any to inquire into the manner in I unconnected with any other business of' fathers until certain titles trt cOati ;be'
,
'laers, especially those inhabitants of the the the at the specks on man must and which former appropriation had been expended. the session and make a report which will be settled; out after the
.. sun, mole on the cheek run along labyrinthine gauntlet snc' w
V 'rt desirous lit procuring a pleasant and of beauty He would satisfactory to themselves the House and t hetreatywasbeld 'P
7kftce the and the blemish on the statue under tbe scourge of the vices, before never hesitate, when a t) I up ,

**JtMph during oflers many summer unparalleled seaw,ran.5TW the feet in its symmetry. otherwise per be can aspire to the character. Of course, war was raging, lo make the necessary ap to the country. He again repeated that he driven away.' He contended that' the.m

.tf the day is constantly tempered by- Often, while revelling in visions of that such an one should usurp the throne of propriations to carry it; on, no matter how was not prepared to say where the blame uf' condign punishment la b v.UpD.

jitigoraUag K&.breeze, aid the ab-, .., Frank would be recalled b6ppiae. wisdom, aa hi. shoulders have been legitimately we had got into it; but he did consider it his this matter may fall, but at)far as be bad been Major-General J'
to his
:jrw/irge body or fresh water entirely cx'iflffrom duties by the entrance of the earthly invested with the purple of lIin. The duty to call for this information at the pre able to judge from the facts presented to him, towards th Indi o territory.
,
local boy from
icy causes disease.. Sea the he hesitated On
beliee that Mr.
would
time not
,*"i sent in aa much as a call bad been to none motn C.a&L. the
rule
right te
important can only be predicted on a
V97ed in iu preservative of health. may printing-office, y'clept, par excellence, the youth made for an appropriation of upward of a attach to the late Secretary ot War. House proceeded to the orders of tbe day.WEDWISDAT .'
* greatest perfection, a eommo- devil. Every ed'itorta aware of the felicity prostitution, a manhood o(degradation
ftuse baring been erected on a bottom and million and a half ef dollar without state Mr. CUBBING returned his acknowledgements
I which lhee an old .f impenitnence. any
tWIt intrusion icto hi. age Spb2.
sanctum af
ud. Nor the to the from Mr. of
are means of amuse. roents or estimates in relation thereto I' gentleman Virginia, ( HOLT
being
EmC; sail boats are always at band (or an ford. Fixed in bin arm-chair! with a horizontal world'Perhaps you may have seen a man of the laid before the House and he considered it WISE,) for the introduction of the resolution House at some length in reply to the remarks
*
;J lthe under. the shadow of tavern ain
beautiful aid 'pictoreo oe bay line of leg before him, while his fan a of
--- the
iMLjaf. ? i o now before the House. If there was gentleman from (Mr.
,** a duty to inquire how the public bad I any MdlJet'
uiana of Inch post the
di.cour.ingwi.dom
Keith
M. ,wfcaw to money
garden ia with his aweet-beart simple-hear
cy or ,Ins wife and ,
transactions : and the
of the Government which Cashing)
IIlc Insane been were from'Virginia
of taste,angt.uity,and per little ted villager He has the infallible mark expended or waited. It had been admitted ,
; bas aaordcd one, as the caae.majr.bej be feels quite and which blot national contended-was mistaken in the *
.iJ scene of poenJ.aUraWon ef a on all bands, that there bad been miroanagtrpent rotten was a on our h statement
truly great man legible in hit face bloa; *- .
Carriages may at anytime W procured. comfortable. At the next instant, aU, his ; escutcheon, it was the proceeding in relationto bad made in : 'treaflpeat 'df'
,
,''Is ted vein, and an indented : then he wished to I know bow' ratio tt
hs aIonf the bsc coDabioft the pleuureaN glistening thought and fairy fancies, ire excrescence surmounting much \ baa been if the wrin Florida; and be hoped the gentleman General Jcsup towr't
bit
Iaeeze expended not.wu.
ea money ,
note, like C.Oa\
; gratifying the knocked i andnaiag a fiery
eyi ialopi. by the of the He :
entrance imp would the was
., """I'iiufclswiery., ., beacon with the condensed heat of ted, and whether some steps could not be I f'oni.Yirginia press matter,
sl'the unnumbered -
Ufaefioos sad ;r.&DtiD..oIfic8ntb. .face .atieaked and hay it thoroughly investigated. money which was rendered accovdIbglye.
taken !
others hkh to end
U
many w barrel* of alf ': troof.' His' libations put an to a war which i ia ravaging
. to timi rate,theproprieur of th. witH iok, roundaboutleaa and veetleaa, cod There.was no ono proceeding, the Government gentleman from Missachusetts,1Mr.Cu."
frontier and
'lN our western
flCian to lbs public*SiMs MpptM baring pa'pfir'of iowpreaaibla bitched : to Baccbo. have. given 'a remarkable clariftcaltoa ,dictraaaing which the people ot the we,)had said said wwf in Fleriiben
M country
!upoo the whole ;
Who could
k7.t*w..fcfc the bay CMtHfa.m to'lk tlnautioa. of bia i intellect! aai country. object to ttt
a ,
o.e aide twine :
by who afcriekj desirous laid bare thanthat. disgraceful too tntf
fI atrtng, were more seeing <
M this i I ,
.
? O.-
which
! amoftg, are 1M Greca i diatoverable tn'the ",idnr.u. with'whi hb inquiry r. .
*
j .
UPIM Flounder oat, ia a owreitou tone, 'I'm coot for From to tbe people of the American "
. t Sbaepabaarf, f .. A copy l-WW It appeared to himlhatthia' resolution year year t ay.,1 11.1.
-kh th cboieett winrf aid boars, and Sir!' Cowper amid thai he bray of an autrat a glave&on tlie'vrident.tuJingi' of r ought to be :country have seen army. after army sent to, say ,that those, who.u 1
'hIIIthed with exoefleat beds tiDa all who bear J him; A flippant attorney f is, aaaeoted to by every gentleman Dade'a battle "
4c. the omV onaraatcal$ aotipd in nature bat Florida I aad general after general recalledbewouldjiot ground or tlWItUacooi ,
; the floor
ttaatioa win always be gireo to tae pttfaapif i f'at biI lid; .n'd the worthy iaindisCusi on subs Hou... It was a uoivar* 1
the in were disgracedt Jts
f"jwesta,and be can con lidiatl/ etjjia heiref"experienced the dttrord 'sat opinion that tbe,conduct'' of the :Major say disgrace, but,recalled to' be t .t f
V"* assure occu .aed ro editor ; national policies, while the aopliilticated' : given .to,the tender mercies of the boroes of-TbermopylaS;idbtdTbwa
"J,iWt be foe d .U D;." an mind, by *ii i imo-p-i General uow in command in Florida1 up. .a eowtmartkl !
; ROBERT ARMSTRONG. porl go.demand for'cop// be would haw lookert-oa stand ;mute, adtm. >! waaa all.widioqt fa least good resulting, from i .
gmnbaat. .Io DOW MUht ..... "ntherodigIOUidiilijlifgeni f *.: The I I reprebeoiibla.u either of lbs other eoemaad ':
to nme- make ono taom .x .ptioo.' 4> p ; it,.,.We \ii..a:tb* vblood ofour, .citiwns I oa 7 d pecuBarly mftnrM
cOurt-mUtiAIhaRt'! "
.ety aad Sc WarkaW ,Of..dWtP..t .wil'emqtati imbibw idaaa wttcb aitothat ; rav ; : : ... ( rwIds _L jtj ftt.f
hold 4.aet sad' .
rMfro with fee ,
f & M 4iit1Esoed & or.O" r.dII 01.Wi. \ -.i Ji. _
.
*a> .. k. r..w." ai D ; co' ,
onTi J' .
Aedest- I urchin '.L : oar .aad brought_ } i ..
' ucI'.i'1ftIhl aockTdill41 .w. as ...ftflavngi ; nandtd army-. ... cooatry O11 'M .
** that place and the Nonb I Devil. 'rb el want more Sir? D YifJW Jed beyond tbti t tdittaaceorfl hi1 I1t p'iDtIi fa IbitcamIlsigu, sddMsoa by the war carried 'on'there* "WIsve: not ct of Florida,eqoafly vera .
( all
copy bly acquitted him which
r .. woffona wild goose-chase I j o the charges I beep content with a standing army 0(oar own bleto itr tbou3, conquered*th fee-.



.

< ii1e.Tjnted, State: Thb Indians too'secfrred supporters of the dmini tration. ISs friancT Ba|t i tBej.wete} : BO,constanllyj J upon.for. animal pore imposing, more emUaroaticol( mast bead.the imporUl.tlandard.-.. This last cimbt..tjie.>"dr. '

; themielvei their hiding places ani from Sooth"'Carolina' (Mr. Thompson)' was !olunteeisand: ,! drafted men to starch jon this power ; an elephant,' example, ..r.a Lion: act wu DlJI r.l1o.bl 1r111 salute "should ftrmauCCM & 1 IYI>

fastnesses, and the flashes of their firertnscould the only one thoiUafwho was.:'not a supporter inpletstnt! service: The rawjtanic shouldknoi coochanton'themap of France, with one f tim ev !ftri4vessl (sboutcight: .o!ten) will engage t reaore-tb 0

,only be seen when those who held) them of the administration. On the two select :why he had been called m>ni his workshop ptVihnwt; forward to' the boundary>> of the ia1he: \ f7oafl. the adJolnangbatt condertin'of the n.i .

Were secure from. harm., Oceola, who was committees last'winter they had six to and tbe farmer from hU'ougb, at an Rhhie, and the device Gore A qui me cher- nu=projwcjng< as. much uproar, and swamp which.:

admitted on all hands to be a brave and skilful three, which had enougE; but he would ask unseasonable time, to the Ion:of his crop, the.1 Ma foil1 exclaimed R gnault. 'but at dens a Imoke., at dould well be enduredby might thereby be sand a d Iou'j

warrior, well knew the peculiar position gentlemen ifit was not rather too bad that an to purl'ueYer the barren! sands and through why should we determine limits, which the three of.tho senses. As the centre and tinalten millions,which, i thee

and advantages of the country for the prosecution important matter of this kind should he refer pestilential matches .Florida-perbaps to lion may show himself inclined to overstep,' pivot of operation, the occupant of the ken b and'empty t tbggjT

of Indian. warfare, when he made the red to a committee of eight to one. He hoped fall a victim to disease and perish an inglorious Napoleon approved of this hint, and he began American frigate 2p rienced.unfeigned de- strong inducement.lor the ur i .

assertion, that the war could be sustained for the resolution would be agreed to, in some victim to that !D881'W Vchimate, or lo think of something else. Regnault ight.-,Globe* An examination t .f the cr I. .

five years.: During the summer season, it is form or other,. that a proper investigation; perhaps to return toit-Wonfyv Ns impoverished suggested the fleur.de.lis. Never !' exclaimed z.----"_t __ ..-. T T. r.-r-"f. Far. Department, we'presume, '.,1

Impossible to keep an army in the Indian might be had. gentlemen were not able to ramil,. It is true, that tbs enemy are (Napoleon ; those ensigns of a THE ''PLOnmIAN. modify,the viewa expressed in W', ',, .

country 3n Florida;and when our troops with- form an opinion in relation this matter, let toe weak tnnd contemptible to excite any roseribed family shall never again: be seen should I if appointed '

draw the Indians plant their corn, and by this them have a committee which would do it justice thing like a national feeling; but still the among us. I am not the lion of Louis XVI. t! .tW.\ggm information th cmmite to we ,.

means ,raise a supply of provisions for the and they would have data, and the whole Seminoles, from their long stand for their I commence a dynasty or rathet I found an the fet wi i

. next year. This chief well knew the advantages country would have data, to make up an o' independence, must excite the sympathy of empire. I succeed Charlemagne and the SATURDAY OCTOBER. 7,1837.We get some ef our propriety intelligent calling citizen 1b iA

of the country in his favor, and hence I pinion in relation to it. lie desired to have every honorable bosom. They, however, Csesars, and I must have their emblems The served in a

his boast, which had almost become a prophecy. light on the subject,'and the whole American cannot remain in independence, even admitting empire and myself will, therefoie, adoptedan .RJAMfN Ire' authorized O. THORKTOIT'and ,requested F.sq as a to candidateto present leader.every cmpign. and in n"
They had natural barriers thrown a- people desired Mr. W. then modified adorned with a very Theil intere t
light. that they could make the Withlacoohte eagle with spread wings, represent the people! of Leon county in the .f the their '.' .
round them, which prevented the war from his resolution by omitting the words "enor their boundary; and their only safetyis thunder bolt.! [Evenings with Prince Cam- next Legislative Council > struggle, In etnslintlh

being brought to a speedy termination; and it mous" and "extravagant." in removal west of the Mississippi. Let baceres. of men and measures,entitle their; .

was useless for any gentleman to assert that Without taking the question, the House, on them execute ther treaty, and remove beyond PROGRESS rower. r,f RUSSIA. I "We are authorized and requested tie announce to: considerable weight 1 the proposeI.
or THE
our arms were Drought into disgrace by the motion of Mr. Gambrcleng, proceeded to the the contamiiation of the white men, Russia desert little Major JAMES STEWART, as a candidate to represent Cation. "
her '
war in Flol ida. He then went on to say that orders of the day. and there is still leforc them a future which confined to snowy : the people of Leon c.unty in the next Legislative -. o
the more than a century ago, was:: a country Council. On /FeJnesday a party of fricndI3under
sympathy of the gentleman from Massachusetts September 22. be a future happiness to those unsophisticated : )
may alike
and
xvjs misplaced, that the Indians! had Mr Bell after adverting; to the amendments children of nature. lie trusted nearly unknown, overrun plundered the command of Joe Riley, fronjjboocbee

deserted their faith and also showed the pro- proposed and declaring himself in favor of the result of this investigation might lead to, by Poles, weeds, and Turks, with a peopleso We are authorized and requested to announce captured seventeen hostile,'C

priety of making allies of the Indians by the appointment by ballot thus continues. The a termination of this war, which had cost timid, that it only Icquired a handful of Col. JAMES L. PARISH as a candidate to repre I about two miles above the plantation t]

example of all European Nations. gentleman from Georgia; (Mr. Glascock) on the Government much and been the Tartars to show themselves in n Russian cnt the county of Jefferson in the next Legislative John Carnochan, on the Apalar.hico4!

Air.\ GUSHING rose to propose an amendment a former day, had thrown out the suggestion, means of the loss of so money many valuable lives. town, to put the whole! of the inhabitants to Council. abut :mile below GhattbJ 7%.

which he hoped the gentleman from and again repeated it on yesterday, that it flight ; yet she is now, i.i: the nineteenth cen- but part of the ore_ mak
Clek
Without the dues the Hou 'e, on .
taking ,
of the NATHANIEL W. WAI R, Esq., of Sr. Mark, at ;
tury, become the tenor surroundingnations.
Virginia would accept; but while up, he would was proper that the Chair should appoint the motion of Mr. Cambrtlcngi proceeded to Persia beneathher solicitation of a large portion of his neighbours way to the We uD entaof

take occasion to reply to some of the remarks committee, so that all the commanding gen the orders of the day, and on motion of the Turkey and quail and the and friends,has consented to become a candidate to Dupont, of Quincy, will thi ,

.of the gentleman from Georgia, (Mr. HOL- erals engaged in the campaign might have a same gentleman went: into Committee of iron grasp ; Austria, Germany, represent (in part the county of Leon in the next 160 men, in pursuit of theparly. remaini"

ST.) Mr. C. said his position! was a peculiar representative! upon it. N. w, he would take the Whole on the state of the Union, Mr whole of the northern nations dread her power Legislative Council- VICINUS. i

one. He was condemned at home in no the appointment from the Chair for the very in the chair and resumed tho ; even France, the once powerful France, Governor Call is upon the ground
Haynes consideration i
We authorized and
fawns Victorious in are requested to announce .
unmeasured because he refused in this ol these officers from upon her fri@ndlhip.
terms lead
purpose preventing of iho bill the fourth J.V.. Bannerman candidate probably (the .
to postpone Eu- Cftpt. as a to repre- trop.
House and at homo to take tin part of the Indian having their friends on the committee, who instalment with the states. the field and triumphant in the cabinet, sent the county .f Leon in the next Legislative 1

tribes against; the United States; and might improperly favor some and censure rope now beholds with consternation the stupendous Council. COGlus.-Our latest dates from..W :

here he was charged with entertaining a sym others. lIe would give the appointment to fabric her supineness: permitted to ten are to the 24th of September 'Uptime .
pathy for these Seminole Indians adverse to the impartial sentiment of the House, to be NEW YORK, Sept. 22. be reared, and to which the dismemberment We are authorized and requested to announce no had been aettj .
JAMES M. SCOTT candidate to Jefferson meas.Jc definitely
as a
the interest of the United States.! He had' exercised either by secret baMot, 01 viua voce, The iMtestfrom Enropc. Poland has given additional" elevation. county in the next Legislative represent Council. for the relief of the country. Petition art

no sympathy for the Indians! as Indians, but if gentlemen desired. He did not desire to packet ship Pennsylvanian, captain lag in from all parts of the north
Smith from againstt.
Liverpool whence she sailedon From the :Morninj Herald.
lie desired to see the! unchangeable principles have packed committees in favor of authorized and
any par- the 24th We are requested to announceD. mission Texas into the union, and
of justice and right observed. He contendedthat ticular generals or of the administration. So August! arrivedatonc o'clockthis NEW YORK, Sept. 23. 'VLUuIS, Esq. as a candidate represent the Lion slavery in the District or t
morning, bringing us out full files of MONEY MARKET.-The of Leon in the next Legislative Conocil. Cohumb1
these Indians stood in the relation of far as he himself was concerned, he would excitmrnl increases county .

wards or pupils to the United States, and that not {put a partisan of cither of the command- Liverpool papers to that date London filesto in the money market, but it is the
the Florida war was a black and damning: ing generals on the committee. He would the 23d nnd Lloyd's List b the 23d.- excitement of recovery, not depression. We are authorized and requested to announce In anticipation of the prep issue o
GEORGE E. DENNIS, Esq. as a candidate to 000,000 ef not
blot have it business habits we make such extracts as the latness of the Specie still falls. it declined 1-2 repre- treasury I(
upon the Government of the United constituted of men of ,. To-day .enL the county of Leon In the next Legislative bonds the U. S. Bank, specie has
States. lie would say nothing; of the armyas but men who were not the personal friends of hour permits, of course necessarily limited. to 1 per cent and left off very flat and heavy Council. by f1

an army, of the officers as officers,or of the either of the officers who might sustain one The Liverpool Gotten mariet remained Tbe bullion brokers will be great losers by 4 per cent in' New York, causing '

soldiers. He,with the gentleman from Geor- and diminish the fame of other. lIe did not firm at previous quotations, bit with no advance the new course which things are taking It We are authorized and requested announce t. some of the bullion brokers.

gia, !sympathised for the brave men who perished I go for the inquiry, for the purpese of raising in price. is probable that there are $300,000, if not Gen. THOMAS BROWN, at a in candidate to represent market is stated to b quite easy in Bo ,, .1
the the people of Leon county the next Legislative \
in the pestilential swamps of Florida.It ; the character of any individual, but for the From London :Morn.l Pat, Aujr. 23, 500,000, among this fraternily-in the street. Council. .
It : certain that DOT Carros has The fever is said
was not those who had served in the army, purpose of raising the character of the army appears Within the last few day?, since the prospect yellow to have b
left the mountains about
nor those who were commanders in that army itself and the nation. He would vote for a Cantaviega, and became strong, tlf the> relief( measures pass- We arc authorized and requested to announce with great violence at Natchez, Miss

who had been disgraced; but it was the committee without reference to party as a marched towards Madrid, most probably by ing Congress, specie has declined 2 to 3 WIllIAM 1. RANDOLPH, Esq, as : candidate to
Cuenca. Tho Menteur ofitondayhas the the of Leon in ..he'next MAINE. Tbe election !
nation; it was the people of the United States; matter of policy, and he would not pack i it percent, On the stock on hand, therefore, represent ouncI.c'eareautborized people. county recent for Govern
Legislative
it was the Government of the United States cither with administration or opposition men; following telegraphic despatches : the holders will |lele! $15,000 smash b) the this statehas resulted! in the success ol"Afr.l

which had been disgraced; and he repeated, hut ho would have it made up of men of character "NAR OUSE, Aug, 29, 5 A. :>r. fall. God bless us There is no dernaud \ and requested to announce the Whig candidate, by a majority or aba'
h On the 14th, knewn
that it had been disgraced. We have marched and standing before the country, so that that tho Pretender it was had at Valencin at all for exportation, in the face of the proposed Col. F. F'. AM.EY as a candidate t.t represent votes. '

men by the thousands and the tens of thou- the investistigatiou might be impartial, and through Alfambra, issues Treasury note, and U. S. the catinly of Uads.el in the next LegislativeCouncil.

sands, against a handful of Indians; and are be looked upon by the country as impartial.lIe mo\'iogupon Madrid. Oran occupied Ru. bank bonds, equal t* $17,000,000. The FIRE m ACGCSTA., GA.-On the Otb a

they subdued? Have they attained the objectfor went for this mode of appointment of the bielos de Mora and Tereul. not having been import of specie in small qsantitics.nlst con' broke out in a blacksmith's shop, whicli

which we sent them there AVc well committee, experiment as might be, and he able to prevent: the insurgents under Sanz tinues in the out ports. We are autfnrizedand requested to announce consumed, together with two or tliree"j

know that the Indians have remained trium- would try the experiment to see if it wouldnot and Tallada from joining" Don Carlos, withan The stock market is buoyant, though the Dr. as a candidate to re houses attached, and the dweling of J
the of Jefferson in
the next Legislative
phant on the soil in spite of o'ir soldiery. Our lead to a good result. lie again repeated immense convoy. United States bank shares have declined.- present Council.cnunty lIC\r and Dr. J. B. .

army has been thrown against this rock, this that the investigation was demanded from On the 17ih at Barcelona, nothing was The decline in the latter article arises from and properly were_ 1sure. .

handful Seminoles, as the ocean against the the extraordinary circumstances of the case, known of thE movements of Baron de Meer the belief, that there i is no prospect of any We are authorized and requested to announce I .'

shore, and been beaten back again and again; and he would state the reasons why, in his opinion who had sanctioned the creation ofthe Cen- harmony of action taking place between it WiLLIAM M. Ginso.x, Esq. as a candidate to re- The Secretary of War .has count '
and he here in his that it it demanded. tral Junta. The mobilisatien of unmarriedmen and the Ihe of Leon in the his the Governors f EC :
place repeated, wasa was It was an anomaly government During the last two present people county next requisition upon 'h_
disgrace to our arms.! in the history of Governments of modern and widowers between eighteen and months various efforts have been made, indirectly Legislative CounciL and Georgia far tr.op for the"uioridzmr/
.
Mr. IVise hoped that the gentleman from times, and much more so that it should occur I[ forty years of age was suspended. through third persons to bring about *

Massachusetts would not make th motion in the nineteenth century of the Christian Ih JONNE. Aug. 20. H reconciliation be'.wecn the directors of the We a (authorized nnd requested tu announce MOR.LIT AT NEW ORLEKS.-T
which he had that Espartcro's troops entered Madrid on Col. WILMAM WYATT, as a candidate t repre.: Orleans Bee f the 19th gives the a
suggi-stcd, to strike out that era, this Florida war should tost nearly bank and the President and his cabinet.Mr. .- ( ul.
part in relation to the election of the com as much as the whole war of the revolution, the 13th to the number of nine to ten thousand !- Dennis A. Smith, of Baltimore, Mr. sent the people Council.of Lean ceunty in the next Le. ofthe number deaths in that city a '

rnittee. He then rcfered to an old committee when there have not been engaged in it, ac' men. The Carlists have retired towards Poinsett, and Mr. Forsyth, line had many gilaliv From the let to the 10h of Septeaten

quarrel of the last session the rehearing of cording to the estimate of the most discreet Segovin. The General in Chief is shortlyto interviews on the subject, but they have all from the 10th to the 17tb, S42-tolal Ihfl

which occupies three succeeding columns! persons, over two thousand Indians! and negroes march against them. ended in nothing.' We publish to-day a summar of the debates 1st to the 17th, 766. This number baf
which we omit to show the of and the estimate of others :Madrid is quiet. The in Congress respecting war in Florida, which I .
propriety appointment according to great topic of conversation in the interred in the public burial
by ballot. .. >._. i.nnn, '1&- t....... -i.--Jj- _r-a-j "'Nothinc new respecting the Pretender. bank parlors and in HIP street is the Treasury were continued up to the latest dates. We gun

At this period of the discussion, on motionof nine millions! or upwards, and are now asked GERMANv. /VanVA AU& is.-atie circular by Mr. Woodbury making a liave bevy, compelled to omit man r pasaa es, on FlOUl IS Selling in OiQcinD..irOter \ !

Mr. Cambreleng, the House proceeded to for a million and a half more; and it is estimated cholera is at Berlin;and a severe typus nt proposition to the banks for the sale of treasury account of the extreme length f these discussions barrel. In Tallahaosee, at no. -.

the orders of the day. that from the nnmber of claims which Warsaw. It was apprehended that the latter notes. We have not seen a of : but we believe we have given all which 1

WEDNESDAY September 21. will be brought against the Government, inconsequence was the plague. Russia, it was said, was the circular, but the rumor is that the copy::!tc pertains to the subject. The recollection ef th We are informed that at the recent el '.

Mr. Glascnck rose and stated that he did ofit, and the number of the forces about te draw a sanitary cordon reund Warsaw rotary demands specie for the noles qnorrels and squabbles of last winter is so freshin Harrison precinct, Decatur county Ot.:]

not desire to take np the time of the House now concentrating in that quarter, that it and at Berlin every necessary step was We think there must be some misrepresentation the minds nfoe .f1he members that they. an affray person by the name of Jamcsj.,

at the present session, which was called for I. will cost before it is all settled twenty millions taken to cut I.communications between the on- this point. The Secretary can- cannot refrain from occasionally sitpplnct aside, lost his life.Hiram .

another purpose, in discussing this resolution, : of dollars. Yet notwithstanding this frontier and Poland. At Dantzig the cholera not suppose thai it would be necessary to from the subject( in band to exchange : few dr,

as there would be a time hereafter more appropriate -: extraordinary expenditure, we have ne'Cfhad is making terrible ravages. At Munich\ ,where require Ihe specie for the whole amount i issued. knocks, by the way of a more perfect adjustment Manly( q.of Apalachicolaafl!
the first from the Executive some doubtful cases have occurred, \v. Gautier, junior editor of the SU **j
for doing so. Mr. G. then moved message on they It i is possible he mcrrly mean to of old scores. Indeed, the tendency to this'
to amend the resolution by striking out all after the: subject; and the special attention of the were apprehensive of a fresh visitation of negotiation{; for the resumption of specie opena I course is truly humiliating- It is apparent Times, are the prominent candidates '%,'

tho word "Resolved," and inserting the House has! never been called to the stihjoQt rhelcra.PAKIS. It would be s Legislature from Franklin county. :
payments. very easy, by n general and ready at all times,10 manifest itself that the
following: of this war. lie looked upon it )Jias extraor'dinary Aug. 21, 4 o'clock.-Thc accounts and I The citizens of Apalachicola have
arrangement understanding, to adjust real subject matter is'often made of secondary g1
"That a select committee be :appoi ited to that a subject connected with sucn from Naples have attracted z good deal! 6? the matter, so as to make the issue of professional blacklegs fair warning to
and introduced thrust
importance, oak to point a '
inquire into! the causes of the Florida war, tragical incidents and vast expeditures, attention! this afternoon( Tie discovery ofa f notes, and the of their city during the coining season.
treasury general resumptionof at political CuuIJ the honourable
and the causes! of the extraordinary delays aad should not have been worth the notice of a military conspiracy in that capital, alleged a opponent.
failures, and the expenditures which have attended special Message from the President of the by the Augsburg Gazette coupled with the, specie payments, simultaneous. His olv members lay aside their private quarrels, which The New Orl"ns Bulletin of the ltsays i

the prosecution of the same, and all United States. Mr. B. then referred to the repert of an Austrian auxiliary corps, having ject may be to produce some such sort of a reflect as little honour upon the country as the :-" 'Ve learn by a gentleman just &
movement en the parl of the bank, but his seminole war, we should confidently expect a Texas that Wai. H. Wfcarton, Esq. the,!
the facts connected with its history generally; fact, that the Government was now concentrating already entered the Neapolitan territory, has ,
method is and indicect.
and that said committee have power to send a force of the regular troops of the had some influence over the Bourse. approach clumsy f avourable! result to their investigation. ister from Texas to the United States,hsii

for and United States to the number of about four With the passage of the measures now We are gratified, however, that they have at his escape from Matamoras, and has arriw
persons papers. ,
From the N Y. Courier -
Ennuirrr, Srpt.22.FROM before Congress, and the proposed issue of
Mr. Howard of moved thousand in Florida for the of length entered serinuslylnto the consideration of Texas." 1IVICt
Maryland
men
to a- purpose ENG I\ND.. fresh bends by the U. S. bank, it is ..
mend the amendment, by striking out "a select commencing another campaign, and calling The ship Pennsylvania Smith, from Liverpool competent the this' subject, even if ns to time and manner, it -t]
to surnc: specie; pa'ments-restore be somewhat out order. But wben float : ,at New Albany, Indiana, i*
committee, and insert 11m Committee on the States ofKcituckyTennessee, South 24th ult. arrived below may of i
at an early domestic and brin down tho foreign
exchanges
-
on Military Affairs be instructed;" the effect Carolina, and Alabama, for volunteers,: in addition hour: this morning. We have only time te exchanges to in a few weeks. ng rumours, picked up by the way, charging amoot 62 1-2 cen'.. At Corydon,on the 2d uf$.'

of which would merely be to transfer the duty to this number, which, in all, he expected give a few extracts: horn our London paper, par gross misapplication of the public funds,are 75 cents. :
of investigation from a select to would amount to between and collected anti submitted as conclusive I
a standing seven which '
are to the of the gravely '
23d board the U. S.
evening one day Extract from a I letter frGm on ship NatcfieiHon (
committee of the House eight thousand men. These troops, he presumed later than those received by tho ship Phila- JnJepuulenre- evidence of peculation and fraud, the public A destructive fire occurred at '

Mr. II. said that he had read the proceed- were to march and countermarch after delphia. The Independence arrived el Cronstadton agents will l>e glad to furnish more authentic the 14th ult. The loss of prprla

ings of the Court which sat at Frederick) and provisions more frequently than after an The Liverpool Celton Market continuedwell the 29th of July, with Mr. Dallas, famiy data liy which to estimate the propriety of their lowest calculation, i estimated_ al6( ,

the correspondence between the late Secre- enemy. lie contended that this was too supported, and prices were very firm at and suite on board. The passengers and expenditures. i

tary of War and General Clinch, as well as great an army for the occasion, and stated he closing prices of the preceding week. crew enjoyed uninterrupted health on the Some censures have ben pased upon the con Important if true-A. gentleman. dip
all other papers within his reach, calculatedto that formerly that country had been marched from Houston, the capital of Texas,,*
LIVERPOOL from the United States but it
Jackson
Aug. 22.-Cotton.-The exiensivo voyage{;<< to England, duct ofGen. and Gen. .Tesup; 13
throw light upon the conduct of the Flor'- through in pursuit ofa superior |cnemy, by demand of lat week has been sustained and frgm Portsmouth to Cionstndt. conceded by all parties that the malignant climale that news had been received there tlwtw

da war. He dissented entirely from the opinion Tennessee troops not exceeding two thou. and the trade have continued to pur- One sel ious accident also occurred. While Florida is the chiefcause of past failures. Montezuma who headed the rb1ol

expressed by the gentleman from Massachusetts \ sand in number. He contended that fault chase at the prices of Friday last. On Sa- coining' up the Baltic, before a brisk breezeat JFe are not disposed to defend either of the gencrals the interior,and was reported to ba JS

(Mr. Cushing) that it was a disgrace must lie somewhere, and he strongly sus turday: the sales were 4000 bags and ypg- the ate of eight or nine knots, a young but we cannot accede to the that killed, and his troops put.to rout by lt

to the country, nor could he understandthe peeled that it would be feundin' a great mea. terday 5000 bags were sold, and the market seaman by the name of Michael\ Heed, fell the ; nnd insalubrious atmosphere opinion of Florida ernment forces, i not dead, but now tt. j
metaphysical distinction, that the arms of sure to lie with the imbecile condition of the rlosed with from the mizen and swamps head ef some 4 or 5 thousand men tj8Bustamente '
a topsail yard striking a'
healthy ,
very appearance. made the of all the ill!
the country were disgraced. and th officersnot. national army, and the want of sufficient Aug. 24.-A large business has ngain gainst a part of the vessel, sank ns soon as are to b scapegoat who is making every e1et 1

He thought that the causes of failure number of officers and in support of this opinion been done in our cotton market since our be reached the water. The life buoy was success which has attended our arms. I cannotbe in his power to repel theni:-and fora I
would be found to resolve themselves two, he referred to the condition of the denied that a number of valuable !lives have that Geri. Houston has issued an
circular of the 17th inst., and the low and instantly let :go; the ship turned at once, with ore
vie: the extraordinary physical condition of the battle I been lost from disease during the prosecution of the
troops at f the Withlacoochie middle qualities are bout half Ib. higher all her studding sails drawing up into the the meeting Congress on
Florida as it had been correctly described by and Tampa Bay, about the time of the unfortunate than at that date. The briskness per of the demand I wind, and slopped, and a barge lowered with : this war; but the general and uninterrupted: temher, and intends to resign the'Pre*

the gentleman from Georgia, (Mr. Holscy) affair of Dade's command. He at the close of the past and beginning I. eight oarsmen; but every effort was fruitless, health enjoyed by the army during the past long cy, and accept the command of the '!

and the great distance of the directing power went for (the investigation, so that the coun- of the ptcsent week, promised still further nnd the lad was lost. lie was generally and unusually hot summer, affords palpable evidence array, with ihe interition of wnmediaUq!.

from the theatre ofwar. In all campaigns, try might know where the blame rested, and improvement, but there has net been much legrctted as a most promising and meritorious of the possibility prosecuting a summer vading Mexico. ..
of all nations, failure was almost inevitable, that the officers engaged in that Florida have been We the statement we neaii
Tbe
campaign doing:: the last two or three days, and the hand. campaign. troops constantly give a
where the head that planned was hundreds of might have justice done them. market is comparatively' quiet. The sales It is impossible to have witnessed the reception in the field, summer and winterfrom without comment; l leaving .ur r.adertOi:
miles, distant from the arm that executed Mr. Campbell said with regard to the resolution the of the and cidc, with (heir knowledge' of preceding
fur the week ending 18th intt. amounted to given to our flag, on entering the commencement contest, during
those plans The army in Florida had per- he hoped the inquiry might be had; 47,000 bales, ef which 5,340 were Upland, Russian harbor, without fueling equal gra. tie past season, no eet of men ever enjoyed bet rent, upon the pt.obabilitycrtbe rumor'1the ;
formed their arduous in which of however we
duty
a invasion tf
manner but he
was perfectly indifl'ent as to the man- at 5 7 with tification ler health. Were however;from )1xico .
a 1.2, 10 at 3d; 19,800 Orleansat and pride. The Emperor, residing we to
was highly.creditable to them and he judg t
thoughtno ner in which it should be had. He cared bend nothing endetban"
4 1-2 ,the
2 9950 Alabama the
a ; and Mobile at during summer at PeterhofJ, about some representations upon fuoref
disgrace had attached to any quarter. But not whether the object was attained througha 5 a 7 1-2 and 820 Sea Island nine miles of Crortatadt the House should conclude that scent upon 'Malamoras.- RiverJs
I ht. ,was entirely willing that tho fullest and ; at 13 a 24d east was, as he had we al !
select
freest committee. or through the regular per lb. About 10,000 bales were taken on directed, apprised by telegraph of our plagues of Pandora's box had been let 1 loose upon! .
investigation.should be made, and nothing committee approach Franklin''* adeict to Editort,.
standing of the House. Ou
speculation, and2000 for On Monday and our anchor had devoted While those who kn*wit ,
further from his export. ; hardly a good our
was purpose than to generals in Florida had not added to their pninula. ,,Florida it is conduct of my newspaperlcarUj1L!
upwards of 5000 bales but hold his soil before he
were sold in his best garden
upon came .
pronounce !
screen officer civil if he M
any or military, aboffF
laurels of the which bloomed all libelling Qn ,persQnal
sboold be found ,deserving of He any evergreen the .sales of tho last tw* days have net exceeded steamer, attended by the Minister\ of the Ma- characterized in Congress as In interminablewaste **
censure. odisgraceful C
in that late
trusted that committee southern clime; but this was attributable 3000 bales each, and the full pricesof rine, Prince MeileikofT\ Count Nessclrode, marshes, and stagnint pools, becoming 80 .
which it
any to might of8\smp toWW
: to the nature of the and the Whenever_ I-was
be the pleasure of the House to send the investigation country, Monday are net so readily obtained, tho' and other officers, to visit us. His pleasurewas whose poisoned atmosphere rival in its nwligntv aoJcite.d
kind !
ofthe of that ,
description Tho is "
would it and enemy. country the accounts: of trade at Manchester, both in to affect the incognito, and to have the fjbled Unas. If these views are correct _ffd.t e i
pursue rigorously without roads and did libertyolthat .
without and it generally f
provisions,
goods and are still favourable. The Prince MerteikofT this "war commenced and
impartially;with no other view than to do in yarn, recognized as the princi- ; why was ever like .
was justice te attribute the failures er that a newspaper sp
justice, whomsoever it might affect. demand for Sea Island has revived in the pal gue t. Of course, he passed while' onboard why is it prosecuted ? Why .not now, abandon thai would pe7h4a I :t
either t. the to the which o *,
any
Here discussion broken off the introduction campaign general, er last week or ten Jays, and there is an advance as a subordinate individual ofhis Mm.ister'i \ this region to its possessors? This.is .
by gallant men who served in those present l.niwr: !?5'
campaigns.or place! ? t
:of a matter in this description of l-2d per lb. from retinue and, separating bimielf from ) of tho 5 -,
entirely foreign! to thai to the late administration of the General ; an theyisk; .and, if the opinions *? p power thf. ,r h:.d.. !J! l
the of rJ'
under .consideration, and after some sharp Government. In justice to those distingnisbed extreme point depression. tbe ceremonious group, be, found his amusftnenl -. are:'u'mTorai.in:ibis matteriihe venraent.rouftbe : ''h, .P JIQtI'e: & Uk
sparring: not r.ry creditable to the disputants in wandering alone among ,the sea? act'iog\ the parj- ofibe.do&inj'theTcMngtr, in i8Y.O. r
McsrLWe} and Ultihlenberg in- commanders l justice to the late v T! E BOMATARTE: E.cuTcHEN.-It i U men, and! throughout ,(be vessel inquiringand .e-'dilrbui hl.lr.b '
was again *
administration...;.and justice' to the gallant Uiy : rejipting.it.! Bui r ff r j ne, wt muayfcs, 1e. 9! 6; .
'
tI'9du o4asfbUows., wish in all things to be'amalgamated with conversing with. the utmost .freedom.! Thechiriatc tI *. $flY
men who perilled their lire in this service dissent i !,. : i eupeoin3Ml!, "i a; U!,t4t.bing.:coulrace.wbers
.Kr..J1W.lhef ieplied to the remarks of the this should bo had. France. She is my adopte. mother,'anei'we Commodore, Nicholson i howeyer,,9J the djj-1 I lubrisua i as l L' ( ihe South? "d.ur pilen jafnrnM* tbemwitbwh&t0JI: :
investigation The apy,pa
gnfoman Jromifttaryland, (Mr. Howard) in require ltthe will both boar the same shield.' Then resumed guise, dirocttd. ,a laluto. of forty ene.jguni to., U ot toerate t 4 ,' people national honor yet rp,
QVi
nJatltia) jfcjtb*. WerVQce of the jubicct ,to the it,.and the world require.. Regillult! 'you will make choice 'of be fired aa tooij?. as be returned tovbif: steamer > -:, J' WTIptjQng i ir' '"w : !
C0iUflLtOOflMihtIry1Affaira.; There were that asiland should know why it was the old Gallic beck, and be may held.in his;. ; and, finding. bmsehthu, ,discovered" f u4: j +11 tyii; lIIf1c V IJI \ ) L ,,:, -r\t 'te .

nine, .cu mtr$, oo>: ,that committee,- among been eMbta) .. naked band of M'vages-'htd, claws a tri;.c.louied standard t ,' Tbe'cock,'I announced, J1t.Jap !J.a.,: t.'. I : f U" I'MMmIt, {i J tD

.wbQm.wu to,be founi: but ODe single oppallt o,long lo, resist the power:. ofibefAratTktn f said Napolaaor' in'spite of hf' good qomhi ;, e.jf J WteiiJBfoi, tf* .jMfltto; &&**&.<, hliqopand P" .1t e i:. a '
4 ;
\ armyThe people;..T the i if net. ships i 'rh Ocl. ;JhWr.turn *p&3lider '. .J.)1. .t
94l1W1i dW\p.tl.bting: friends. and |ji.i, sufficiently dignified "prtten- J5HW59W4D.b! Wj i .V
"t'J
southern: CQUOlry'nfcoujd' Rtjov' Why it wo*: : ojCftir jiltfe and finally unfurled. : IJ hn,, i te : .f tl'btu t.I; ft3.
: sr!J'}'r" tl I -.'it.. r > : ..: vo.of' great'nation. We must t bait!' 'M I. 'f fl 8tr.t.ti, .o. < J 1 4 ..- ,p)



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ti1 .t \ lsaracte t1l1 Dg'' bundret. Natal.Tbe U. S. fiigtte ConsUfotion f" ' II w v _. ,
< ;; JLJ 4TO' .
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animosityeveatou.r. with -- ':, ,. .
Governor -- .
tiftI Cats .o board,' arrived at ? '\ .'' '': :t -=- f --- ,' .- '"''''''>' "- ';" ,

il'Tbese. Ibjnga, mention as a .cau. ConslabtmofJ on the liUi July, The fri PROFESSOR 'l'tiEa OP THE ,CITIZENS\ *' -- -. ,- : -. ,' :
aDd tbat MUSIC.- COTTON be
prnter51 v
I 10'iouDl they maT gate calated with NOTICE.of ,
'*fTrtired twroty>KDe pins and was I WOULD, retpectfBlly inform the citizeM of fiPJEo'V"COUNTY reeeirBd 9 sUPPIjUODLZb .
nol to pollute the and di.- an..eredith JUST D Robinson's Qf ncwek1ftePdM.
bVir press the sane 'number frem the .. that he will give lesaoos oa the A 'T CONVENTION of the Southern Grfe rvl4 4-POM'* CorowGruiudfoi I Ihsfl a.tr iUIi

I III'ICt profmion by such infamous1dkebut castles. The corresponeent of the London PIANO FORTE, and Wester JStatea will be assembled on the by HAYWARD AUSTIN r en 1M Cotmty Ceart *t Lsjra esiorf ,hs-
I ofadsBiantrauoa
. refuse ateadily. a. they may Morning Herald calls her the "magnificent L and will] also. tune inch Pianos as are out of re derise third Monday of October next, at Augusta,Ga. to Tallahassee, Aug. sBth, 1837. 4 4-6w on, dec'd, tats ol said OIrth.tucOfS.- ;Dktid-.
*
"; fit eumple that such a course of American piu'r.He some system or plan of general co-operation connfy. ca.

I : 1 trill, n't on lho whole, be -inJurious- frigate. has also for tale choice: selection or Piano to for erportirg' our Colton, and other products,anH( et BOtLR PACKETS Sept. 9, 1831' JOHNS.TATtOst
MUM'C. His import onr goods'direct
dut room is at present at the PLANTERS from Europe to tbe Washington .
IIIt1leir Interest ffortl Rail-road. for HOTEL. Sooth. W. ihe undersigned, respec'fdlfy M. Swaim, '

t T/te PrfM.Tbe power of the press has : has been granted by the patent Emperor of ten Russia years October 7, 183(. 9 o'clock our fellow rlizeos' tor meet in Tallahassee request H : ,, and schr Washn A XL persons owning IOTICE.Iota within thmitati

, it than to t one of hi. Aid for the II inJ2 Doming on the first Saturday in :will Jefernf master. JaL. Corporation of the city of
C tori1"l1. Wen not more might arms *, invention of a new NOTICE. October, foTrppo'int a delegate to rn u pack I notified 'TaOalnaw*, an
: in ereby to clean
be called to species of road which it t terests in the represent our SL Mark and N.Orkans. *the same m#r besarvlsv
flby should all aid support and is calculated will I SIX weeks after date, I shall apply to ihe lion Convention.: For freight t urday aext,the 19th inst.of all nuissn

,,t _;.\.we work which armies have only be. exceed ail ether. Tbe plan is to place the for letters e of of the County Court of Leon county, Tom'Peter Clwire, apply Kirksey to Swains, TaUa, Loyd a &to, St Mark: t o cause disease viz weeds, trash nv Altkofes'ery eatesktod'

It boUs a dominion over public senti- wheels (frictien rollers) not up.n the carriages Romine, late ofsa.id administration county en the estate of Balm Kenneth embry, NoV IS 1836. ee 15.MARSHAL'S escription.time AU LOTS not.attended to by the
deceased. above
Un
which arms can never arrive at, ert but upon the rails of the road itself, WILLIAM A. Formy Dural stimulated will be'cleansed by the baadi
lDent v J. e by the
BAILEY. mplojed
t City
when accident has and to have it t travelled Tallahassee SALE. CorporatioB that purpaaij
Even over Oct. Wm.
Ilint\in. given I sledges drawn: 7,1837. 9 Maner, and charged to the owners of said lets and hi
and in ; trial
t f"'Oid a momentary ascendancy, wilb- by horaef. Tbe experiment had been tried I EAST FLORIDA RAIL By James T. Archer: B Tine tea (planes pursuance) issued ofa certain write frf ohhe owners refusing to pay for said work'th loti

eat tb. aid of Ihe pros*, how soon does the in St. Petersburg, and it is said that a horse PANY. ROAD COM- A. Spangler, Cour of the Middle District of out Florida of the, in Superb and I will be sold at public.auction for the paynjeatof the

I the influence of the ; can gallop at the of his AVm. Center of Jefferson fo same.
bearer solicit press t. top speed, and draw is county returnable to November
t No despot let him be a great load after him. NOTICE hereby given, that a tneeung of the R. H. term, 1837,in which James is a.COtlRTNEY,
it. surroun- of the East Florida Rail Berry, John B Scott defendant Para plaintiffand Tallahassee, A ug. 14, 1837. t City.Marshal
iCoad I
ffS rfrry, and wallrd about .id Company,will be held Samuel Read Saturday the 7th I
I \ bii : on the first Monday! .f Fe day of October 1337, the .NOTICE.

UavonclF. could surPort Ins dcspotion for n: .lJcunier.We are informed upon good I Commercial bruary, 1S3P,Wharf at half-paft 3 o'clock: F. \. at No. I A. J. Fisher, cello, in said county, a legal cnn house cell in at Mont public SUBSCRIBER intending to renJorsfroa

l nomcnt against tbe power or it free press; authority, that Meunier left this city last t Directors for the in Uc! city of Boston, to choose Tbo Brown, auction, the following property hour, slaves, Joel from the Territory,offers tor sale valaahU

., Jiai btt0'Y no record of Ii liing1e in- Sunday in the Bayou Sara, on his way to St t incorporation, and CJisuing to transact year, agreeably to the act \Vm. P. Duval, nelius Sena, Jude, Gilbert jr,Mariah, Cot l ract of LAND Lake situated about six miles from TalIahassee
,
other Jtfilly and
any business Amy City, and near Jackson
Loui that I their increase.- COftta 1
Lncef? Tbe chains, e-ncc thrown frem that Being questioned nuy legally before Hayward & 1g.400 acres.
.
L by our informant come it.D.WD Austin lsoali, the household and kitchen furniture farm 150 of which are cleared and under coFuTatiott.

_tine miglitier power than arms can give be declared tbat one of his relations had been TFEXSHAJr Edw. Loockerman. Log utensils,3 hi rses, 1 mule,5 cows and cal des, ,and; He also offers for sale the growing crop and stock-'

*te eyes of the people are opened and their unjustly executed under the reign of the Eost in Sept 12 President E F R It Co. Tallaliassee., Sept. 30, 18.19.? 8 one four wheel road wagon- and a set of Blacksmith toots a..d (arming utensil',,

Btn.chains become like flax in the flames. Bourb.ns, and that be hsci vowed to 1337. 916tSTORAGESTORAGE LEON COUNTY COURT. sold Levied on a* the property of said defendant and and a cotton gin.
This
under
Hence the policy of which himself either Louis avenge e Edward Loockerman )) said said execution issued upon a decree of tract was formerly orroed. by C.pL H. P;
usurpers, indu- upon Phillippe As.umpsit. Atl'at for court for lhe foreclosure of a Simmons, has on it a valuable mill
0thm to enslave the any of his who upon THE subscriber having again rented those r*. I 152.36, & sum. ad by him to said mortgage given its location seat, and from
press, us (the nly race might be called to the !large Wm Jourdan resp plaintiff, dated 28/h day of Feb, possesses other considerable adrantgt

cns of riretiBg the chains they have throne of France. lie added (and we repeat warehouses commodious, will continue warehouses to receive,known Cotton as Seixas Smith trading and &c.Henry as I}Sept kf 1165 21. I dam's e37 returna; issued cording 1833, for to 8500 law. deW, besides interest and costs, ac: For. terms apply to the proprietor on the'pleuraLion. --

\"OWD over ihe people-._.Calskill Recorder.Rtcotcryfrom it with regret) that he belonged to a Goods on storage. Fr m his experience in the and bu. Jourdan 4- Smith. J ble March t'm; 1833. THOMAS E RANDOLPH, Jlarsbkl A .._... 25th. J831, THOMAS SLMSOX- .f"

party who bed taken a similar math to rid siness he flatters himself that he can give satisfac. THE defendants in said case, and all others in I. ByS.WDUV.fLDif -
IIldroplwbia.-1'he;
fo France tion to those who will take notice of'.he NOTICE.
extend Da/ed
institution
of her may to him their ml August 17, J837
era:_case.if correctly reported, is deeolyauewuau Bec. prescat ruler.-New Orleans age. His wareliouocs ere in good order, and patronI I said suit, and of the iseuinof said writ of action 2-fs SIX weai-B after date I- hall apply to the Hoa

rortll u*>. 1\'e Iclleve, no in.ltnnceI fecty:- secure from -fir--, -IU- _"I.._" 'rnrn., .. :.ftn.l..lI _iJLlOn.,_ perI. I tarhment,. and ro annea.rRnlf. --- ... nIp Y' .!.-" 'n.' ,'.'A" .U 1.I< of this dreadful high tides, to wh'ch many places on the DY filed in said action, according to the letters ofadministrvjon the
the
cnro disease in Eu- coast arc in such'case satutes BY virtue and in pursuance-of 1' npon estate erWrira&
I l liable. made a certain l
Captain and provided. writ of Glisson deceased '
Crosly of the WILLIAM J. late of said
BAILEY. _
steamer Galenian issued
h taken ( out of th'e caoniy.
i8s ever
place at least
p ; none has en the Magnolin, Oct. 4, 1837. CHARLES S. SIBLEY, Atty of PUt the Middle Superior Court of HENRY
Mississippi, was lately killed 94mBLACKSiI1ITIING. Dated 21 District Florida, in and for the Dated H.WALXEL. .
4Cfl reported upon indisputable authority deck by a Sept. I83i. 7-3m of Jefferson, returnable county August 21, 1837. Mw
efind it in the passenger on board, a short distance to November term of said
Ceylon Gazette .
court in
which writ ---
:-"If the above Natchez. DRY GOODS. the Governor of the
lItfiation or cure ef the The boat stopped to take "Money saved is money made." received Schr Wm. of Florida is plaintiff, and John Territory ELECTION.
most
formidable M'Dowell
in i wood THE JUST per Ridgeway. from ,jr.John
jjieaseto which mankind H incident when the Captain ordered the pas- subscriber has opened a shop on Pensacola a general assortment of British, JJ/'Bowell, and Ilen Faircloth are defendants I NOTICE is hereby given, that an election for
be a : senjcr to leave and strett, i'1'lmediatrlyopposite to the ; French and American shall,or. the to repre.ent tbe Co.
go ashere. Some altercation City Livery Sta- j Dry Goods, suitable; for the I Saturday 7th day of October 1837 the of Lean
,grce satisfactory reflection bier! where he i sell at ensuing
intends .
to i session of
society,, ensued, and tbe ( carrying on the Blacksmithing -' Fall lr. 'e. fr sale by R. II. BERRY. at the court house in JlfonticeUo,on said in ot the Legislative Council
le the
e case which we are here Captain made a pass i in all its branches. He is gal hours day, Territory of Florid*, will be
to TaIlaha'i8ee at held
submit to our |I a at the now ready fur any ,) eJtlemlJer 23, IS37. 7-3wr public auction, for rail, the of in the art
pass following Leon
itaiers may well warrant our man's throat with a Bowie orders in bis line which will be execute. with land of said defendant, John JWOowelf county on Monday, the 9th day of Ottober
k I viz.Eas
congratula- >
nif., but without injury. The promptness and despatch, and at reasonable NOTICE. and west half of N E of next, at the following precincts viz' ,
We shall man prices. quarter section 21 1
DL No.
proceed to pro- : 1. At Sr.
state the out. 'ceeded to leave the By attention to business and a desire weeks after date I .hall 2. range 3,S and E-east half of township Marks,under the superintendence
boat to the N
and satisfy to the E
isof in the of SIX apply Hon. 5 of E W
the act
case, premising only that public, he hopes to receive of T I R 4 S quarter sec Dorsey, A Crane, and L A
it was; j stepping from the a share of their patron- the County Court of Leon (county, for and E-east half of N E 1 sec 4. T 1, S 2. At Cuthber.'s Madden.
guaids on the land Store
led by Dr. Shoolhred, surgeon of the t Capt. as age. JAMES \V ALLACt. I letters of adm.nlStatlon upon the estate of ofR4E-EjufNWI 1 S <1,T 1, S of R 4, E-amJ superintendence Shell Point under the

sure Hospital, who has bad the good (or- iI I and Crosly presented a pistol l to his breast work NB., done Horse-shoeing in Jie best, .' I.II work, and Plantation I Harley, deceaed, late of said county. Joseph the E} NE i ors 28,T I, R 8, S and E, and the improvements and E. Winslow.of A. J.Forrester" ,E.C. Walker,
it
to he first snapped tbe enraged man threw his manner. JOSEPH F. C. HARLEY. thereon. 3.
the
e A.
to introduce to Bengal,, I enemy to the floor,and drawing dirk knife Tallahassee, Oct. 7. 1837. '9 Sent. I'' 1937. C I Levied upon and to be sold as the property 01 said dence Joshua Blocker's X Roads under the saperinten

I successful method of treating a -- J".hn %!Hf'DnwpIT rf ; ._ __ Byrd, Hamilton Hudson, and Tom
hydropho- stabbed him to the heart. -- one said .foftfirwlnnre_ r.. oati.f.. Peter n\ .. *
A Bheeatec -Mobile Exam i DANIEL LADD NOTICE. s uu writ m'T
(water cairicr who according to law.
) had] I 4. At
bitten three weeks befotc in the leg ncr. HAS just received, and offers for a1c cheap, A L:peron having demand against the estate T//QS. ESTON RANDOLPH, M. William Tallahansee HiUi1rd,S.H.under the superintendenc e

lIad by cash only, nt Magnolia, wholesale] or re- .. William Bryan,deceased, late of Jackson S. //. DUVAL, D. 37. l er. Doval. and Richard Sbaef-
dog, was carried !te the till N E 2tfBy
Native Hos- Mrs. Rum, French and county,are Aog. 19 1837.
Grimes hostess Brandy, 7/jlland and requested to present them ] ,
a at the immediately 5. At Smith's
il, with the symptoms of hydrophobia Springs Olympian Country Gin, Madeira, Malaga] and .Muscat Wines, pioperly authenticated, and those indebted to make, tendency Black Creek, under the auperia-
Ivy, illuminated of James
acgly I upen him. He was immediately her bouse, and gave' Bagging and Rope; Loaf Lump and Brown Sugar; payment to NOTICE. i ck Scott. Hart, John Smith, and Fredar

to tbe extent of a grand blew out, on account of the election Cuba Coffee; Powder, Shot and Lead; Sperm Can MARTHA P. BRYAN, Adm'x. ALL persons ir.debted to the estate of Durant C. 6. At
forty ounces. The to dles; Soap, &arch, Bottled late of Leon Tatum's, under the
Cengress of Mr. Menifee member from Cider, Lemon Syrup, ELIJAH RY.i Adm'r. county, deceased, are re- John Tatum superiotendeoe of
toms nf.tbe disease yielded in succes- that district. Mr. M. Allspice, Pepper, &c;; Sept. JG, 1337. : 6-8w quested to make immediate payment; and those 7. Samuel Sexton, and iionV Fl (eb.i.
ifl'as tbe blood attended her: fete and having claims At Stewart's ferry, under
flowed
; and before the vein in i STORAGE. against said estate are hereby notified the superintendence

ucioecd, he stretched out his hand for a speech which he delivered on the occasion Is prepared to receive on stoi for NOTICE. j Ito present them in proper f.rmwithin tbe time pre- of Willis.Horace C- Withers, Elijah Johnson and _Jam.

and n frankly acknowledged that he Cotton, and produce also age shipment, ALL persons holding claims agiinst the estate scribed by law, to tbe undersigned, or tbey will be i
i
%apof tter calmly drank it offlhough i was any ; to receive, store and : forever barred. At Parish's Store, under the
indebted I ED
t the Cadweli W. P- superintendence
influence of his forward Goods and Merchandize. // Gearfe late of Jackson RANT, Miles Blake or
c ejifproach of the water but a few t lizan for his election. petticoat par- share of, public Terms solicits a deceased, are required to present them, duly county au Adm'r of Durant C.Craft. 9. James Joyner, and Andrew Taylor.
At
This pationage.
uaalei before hwl thrown him into conrul- is another among heretofore the place. as customary thenticatd. within the time prescribed by law, or: August 12th, 1837. J .2m John Hans Shehee's Reuben, under the superintendence '.(

M. After the bleedings be lay dewn on numerous evidences of laCe, that the women October 7, 1837. 9-Ct notice will be plead in bar of their recovery. NOTICE. ice. Manning. and John If. She

are getting up in the we rld. We think Those indebted to said estate are to make.
fell 10.
cot asleep nod "entinued so for ,of STORAGE immediate require I months after date I shall Ate romarti 'JI,under the
nearly proposing a law that females AT MAGNOLIA. payment to the sl.bs SIX present my acI Cromarlie superintendence of
boars. When he awoke, the symptoms I permitted to shall be TIlE subscribes: will receive on ALEX. TURNER, I and vouchers?, and apply t? the Hon. Vickers. Charles Bannerman, and John L.
wear the breeches ttora.c for ship .Jm'r. .
Court
the disease were threatening altogether mcnt, Cotton or other Jucc also Sept. 15th, 1837. County Jefferson county,for a final settlement -
to 11.
f pre .ods
relurn I for the ; and
; next ten g mer G2m and Magnolia, under the
It discharge from
years. would chandise and the administration superintendence 0
forward
icrrein was then upset the ; with ,: of the Benjamin
cof opened and eight oz. 4 calculations of some of our he politicians Any business entrusted to their punctuality care will despatch I COTTON GINS. estate James Hall, late of said c.urty. dec ased. Given Byrd, Wm J Bailey, and John Hamlin-
blood or im under
.1ft't.. _h' .were, ,.taken,. away,, which_ so 4 else there are no snakes. Boston Times., mediate attention. Thrir terms will) be receive th; ame i I COTTON GINS, of various sizes, for sale JAMES L. PARISH, dayofA gnstA my D hand J837.at Tallahasse, this D\- -
I'jU) auuuuuu me that u heretof"re. From Inr ___ I, terms Aug. 19, 1837. 2 Cm Adm'r.
ui3c a t- lie has ----- ,--- in.. hnb: I accmmoati by
D ""'"'I ", i L-..
rhads: symptom of it since. The Bhes- they t hope to meet with a share of public I JLLIA.':& Co. Agents. THOMPSON,
It is i said in the ratrnnae. !j! Monticello NOTICE 4-tf
town f ,
Marblehead! 9 137. JCCLC
the ,
Sept
.ho J.& ,.
is the subject of tbe N. IU.WLIN. j
foregoing case girls have made Magnolia Oct. I 5t A LFRED A. FISH-R -
7 11)37. is
Esq.
improvements in 9-Cl : authorized to MIDDLE
still ironing, JAMES
II. JA.
in the
DISTRICT-FRANKLIN
hospital, we need say no which beat the TAYLOl teceive the taxes of Leon during SUFR
county
C: at this time but steam engines en c mmon NOTICE. I. Is duly authorized a agent during ab absence. my COURT.
; we hope at a future rail-reads all hollow : They indebted sence from the I 'I' my The tax book TfiLLiAH FORBES 1'\ .A.5
f lo present our readers spread out all ALL to the estate of Keilar Vann are century. must be returned according law umpsiL Attachment for
with I
a detail of the clothes on a smooth platform and fasten ( TO come forward and settle the same i I JOHN D. PARISH. by the 1st A'ovember, and all taxes in arrear af ti. $202.50, issued July 15ii.

most satisfactory, and, we may add, un, the hot flat irons on their feet and and all those having deniands will present them for;: !/ August 2C, 1837. 3-5t ter the 1st October, wil be collected immediate.Tirvsr JOSHCA GRJ and fl837. Returnable HerHE -
skate ., ; I CHAIlLES
dented case the settlement: within the time: IiKu lot.- Jf"REATOS J TemberTIW'nI_ 11n'Y.
an annals of medicine. them 1 prescribed by law, or be tbe .proDertorLb! ,1..linnh'i --- u ._..
over libitum. I -- --- --"- '
a MULES FOR Pr
*icay, kowever, further add, that the barred from all interest! in said estate. SALE. I SAM II. DUVAL, defendant in said case, and all other n-
rie car- HORACETOctober VJNN, Adm" THE Subscriber offers for sale' a resin of siX 7 Tax Collector. !ted,will take notice of the institution or
practice is I
of adopted after the appear- mJlma UJ autl aCl'n8iT\D o I ?, 1R37. 9 rat MULES. They.r youn;*nd well said suit, and of the issuing of said writ of attae]-'
i unequivocal symptoms of hydropho- broke wegan (madeby Watson f YorkjP*.) NOTICE. mem and to appear and plead t* tin ileelaratia

the greater is the chance of success and! PORT OF ST. MARK. 1IJISL1U SALE. ( and the gears may also be purchased. SfX"weeks after date, application will be made such fifed in taid action, according to the statutes i a
; "TILL be anti at public sale, BAKER e of the Court case made and provided. -
tberefere Cleared on Saturday, the JOHNSON. County of the .
persons uhese servants may Xcw York, Sept 30, brig Tom Paine, 'W iIliam., for Y 21st inst. at the ate residence of K'dar Tallahassee, Sept. 1st. 1837. 4-tf I of Leon, for letters of administration on the county estate CHARLES 3.Si BUT AttVoTPriT.

JutHcked with. this formidable disease, Sclir cotton to sundries. Vann, on L'tkc Jackson, west of the Bainbridge I It of the late Elijah Harvey, of said county. Dated .Jug t, 1837.3m

d 1 not allow them to waste time in in- \ Lady Washington, Jefferson, for NcwVork, mad, two miles! from :t'wart's ferry the fol! "wirur NOTICE. I I A. FORMY DUVAL.
mahogany, &c- to Center *c Co. property, viz: Ca'tleJos, //jrse i i peisons indebted to the Sept. 23, 1837. NINETY-FIYE DOLLARS
household
om and ther useless Ort 2 sclir and ALL estate of Asa H. I 7 REWARD
practices com- ll'm Rid eway, Jr, Burrowca kitchen furniture C"rn, Folder j late of Leon
for dollars
farming utensils ,dececd reward
I county 'are
resorted Baltimore [ re I FIFTY will be paid for OM
I to by the natives on such oc- maliojany. &c. and a variety of other articles 'quested to make immcdiat payment am'' thwse boyar Cotton. nsioll and aj.
tm', but them 3, sloop Caroline, llu"prfjr I', fUr Tampa, with Sale to commence at 10 'm claims ; subscriber will advance and delivery of Piersou Bndgt
cause to be placed a* 17 S mail. c-Yl'irk A. M. Condi-1' against s.d estate aro hereby notified to THE on Cotton, de Jobn Rows, who deserted

nnssihlft! under the chaige of a re- Arrived, Oct 3, steamer Chamois: tions at sale, by JUACE VJNN, A&m. ]present them in propr form, within tho time J at St.Marks, Tallahassee or the RailRoad Camp Call on the 9th inst. or my company dollai at
: fm St Oct. 7 1837. t f scribed pre- Depot. II. twenty-ire
law R.
practitioner. with paicngers.c.. Joseph 9AT by undersigned, or they will be Sept. 23 18J7. BERRY. I for the delivery of either of them I will also
I i forever barred. ED\V. P. 7 4t 845 for the pay
conclusion, we must add, that the be- cliicola.Left"Oct Ot .4, bchr Escort from Chareston: via Apala- a meet in;of the Directors of the Lake Wim- !I Adm'rofAsa GRANT H. Rhodes., AL.T. Ellis, Ceor e apprehension Bullock and and delivery of George
J -2jO sacks Harrison
cof this an Si-Joseph Canal and Rail-road salt, for ale by SiBfl tary,or
discovery is Com. )| August 12, 1837. $15 for eithei of
1 probably not con- 5, tearner Chamois, for Suwanee river pnny at their office in the City of St. 1.2m R. H. BERRY. them; the last three having bee
Ito Joseph drafted
cases of hydrophobia, for, as then with U S hav. &c. ff.tll. 1 H17, tlA r.lTnicin" | Sert. ;! : Sept. 23, 1837. ,and deserted or secreted themselves
.r .L',_ ,. RSflution'It.S__ n.mAArl_ _.nmrl.y NOTlfF! 73t they cannot be hild of. so IJau
IUIB oiacasu has ajipurenuj been adopted. i I IX week". after date, I will Pilot Bread Jar.26, 1837.got 3 W.C. SMITH.
apply to the Judge Coffee and
d in Cam
for 2000 years, by it OF LETTERS rcmaini Whereas, the opinion of this board, the interests < of the County Court of Leon I Syrup. Jn.
considering as a LIST ;pn the Post county, t; BBLS. Pilot Bread
ftl 20
of the Late lVimicn and lettr do
St. 2 0 ; Syrup 30 bags
ecfthe Tallahassee Joseph Canal administration ;
Flo. and Rail- I the NOTICE.
neivous class and as particu- on the 1st day of road demands I' on tstile of John Brail, of Coffee; for sale by
October, 1837, and not before advertised. Company, nn earlyCQn'.ention of the said county deceased.l.I *
.ias1.ous If TALLAHASSEE
t tetanus, we nre thence taken not Stockholders. R. H. BERRY. Sept. 7, 1537.
I
out within ninety days, they will be.sent to I I JtfAilY CHRISTINA BRAIL. Sept. 23, 1837. THOSE indebted to the Union Bank of
justified in Be ii tliTefore ; Florid
the hepc that the latter, the General 1'ostot1ce as dead letters. resolved, TJmtthe Pro Jent take i Sept. 16, 1837. 6 7-3t not renewed their '

iiscarcely less fatal than hvdrophoA iston, Willis 3 Levy, Almon steps under the clinrter to cornvrn tbe Storkholders ;I i : NOTICE. up the interest, are notified that we notes shall and pay*

f III be cured by pursuing the bel, John Linn Elizabeth! nt the office ofthe Company in St. Joseph, fin the'I NOTICE. I SIX weeks after date, I will apply to tbe Judge coliect the same without delay.-Those who proceed to t
first desire
anal.y Allen Richard C 2 Livingston \V"m Monday in December next. THE subscribers having formed the County Court of Leon to avoid suit, can do so by
copartner for
I letters
site I
1
direction and applying to te- Hell William In obedience to the will hereafter county. and renewing their not* ,
forgoing
I UMlincfrby Livingston, Thomas Resolutions, Notice conduct the Drug business i of administration on the estate of Joseph D. paying up the interest without
ind perhaps other affections, the John P Lorimore J H T is hereby given that the stockholders in the Lake Wi- i i I in the name of Grisett, late of said county, deceased. delay- DUVAL, & ALLEN.unreasonable

1hwbjch fats just been proved to be Rennet, Samuel Lane, Edward mire lint St. Joseph Canal and Rail-road Company i I i STEWART & BARNARD. 'V M. HAWKINS. ((5-3w) Attys for Union Bank.
will
Branch, Hon. John convene in general meeting at the office of the Then Sept. 16, 1837. -
din hydrophobia. Lapham, ZinaJlCrae I, :shop will be found at the} old stand 6-6w
Bryan, Leah F.rqthar3 Company in St. Joseph on Ihe first mnnday in De- { occupied by Mr. E. B. Perkins formerly NOTICE.

a Navigation of Ike .AtlanticAnlIr.amer Copeland, Henry T 2 Miller, R S rember next-a general attendance is respectfully I ket house. opposite the mar BACON FLOUR AND RICE. 1 IX Weeks after date the subscriber will make

1I now Chiles, JamesV ilurat Col A reque tl'd. I Tbey will keep full assortments of Medicines 1 0 400 lbs Baltimore BACON, application to the Hon.Judge of the Coast

for the building at Lime- oleman, Mr Martha Moody, Benjimin R. C. ALLEN. Prest. Drug Chemicals, Patent Medicines & *. 70 bbls New FLOUR-HaxalPs brand. Court of Leon County, for letters of administration
American Steam R. S. GRICC, S< < and o. the
Navigatian Du,ont, Maria Randolph. John H r'y. pledge themselves to ell nothinj but 20 Casks RICE. estate Francios Drorenx. deceased.
genuine arti-
*"y. surpassed of Dun, John Kandol October 7th, $1837. 8 tf J. Just received CHA RLES
any thing tbe kind Thomas EDWIN STEWART, M.D. per schooners Escort and Wm BECKST1EN.
ho made. She is to be named after D uvalThoms.s H Rioggoid. Mary Ann Bagging and Rope. 47-tf EDWARD BARNARD, Jr. Ridgeway. For sale by R. H. BERRY. -September 9th, 1837. 5-lw

tn, Victoria and will Duval, Miss Laura Ryan, Richard 000 PIECES Bagging; 200 coils Rope; Tallahassee, Sept.23,1837. "7-3w
cost from 80, E vans, David L Rippint, Robinson for sale by R H. BERRY. NOTICE. LOST, about the 25th nIt a GREYHOUND]
I1 100,000, has about 150 Evans. Sent. 23. 1837. WILL CAUTION. ,of the Persian breed ..
men Daniel at -color
now _., < _Reviwan. Francis_ 7 3t I a proper time apply to the Hen pale yellow,
ed I daily on her and is expected to be A VL.incuer ct I-.1., t wetman. John Judgf**f Lo/f rmtw. Court tn h. .n.A'tv. ALL persons are hereby warned against trading very delicately formed-had on a chain collar with

d I in November next. The Fulton, Capt W M Shaw, Capt John HAVANA SEGARS. Guardian fo V. Sanders and--Saroe!E. San three certain nrnvnvi'wu nrI., rff,ww hv "Goldsborougb" engraved on it, and comes to the
extreme "
i is Frazier 8 (Baker Salter OOO Havana ders, as they and their effects the undersigned, and made paahlet phii. na me of"Dudo. A suitable reward will .be'
about 253, but she is 237 feet be- ) Simon B C very superior SEGARS, imported tion. Also are without protec- Watts,or bearer, as follows for her return to me. J. H. psid
Fleming. John Saion. direct received and at the same time RANDOLPH
for sale .
application
& henry just at the will be 5.nL ; ,
perpendiculars, 40 1-4 feet beam Fitzpatrick R 1:; 5hephard Catherine S ACCTIOM MART, by It. HACKLEY made for John D. Sanders to be bound out until he One note dated on the ZCtb July. 1837, and pay 7tbIR37. L,-,

en the paddle boxes, and 27 feet inch Kitzpatrick.ThomisB Smith, J September 30th, I 1837 8-if is twenty years of age. S. / RUSSELL. able on the first day of January, 1833, for three NOTICE.
j (rem the poor te the under Granad,Johnson Sept. 23, 1837. I thousand dollar!
side of the Taylor, Green t '6wI One note cf the date weeks after date I shall
same and ,
SIX
I deck. The Gray WllUm 2 NOTICE.: I payable! on the apply to the Hoi .
engines are 250 horsecach Hancock Taylor, Wm W 2 3 first day January 1839 for Judge of the County Court
two thousand
SALE. dollars. Jefferson
Anton
fi
2 weeks after date I ,
Tucker application will be made MARSHALS letters v
Rufus
with six feet four Holt SIX One note of the date of administration the
inch cylin- Mill ;|,zabMh the Honorable Judge of the I BY ri facias issued same and payable on the on estate of the late!
Tucker of Jacob
Jane court out
I
od senD feet stroke. They are t. Hunter t ,Mrs Saptlt Tliiies Leon County for letters of administration coanty the i ihe Superior Cour of the Middle District first day of January, 1840,for two thousand dollars. Carter of said- county, deceased. "
William on
[
H.\ I As the said B. Watts .
has ELIZA.
I with Hall's patent ctndensers in lden, Benjamin Vickers John L estate of Richard C. Parish, dee. Florida, in and fur county of Leon, returna- Joseph not given us the CARTER,
Hutto, James i blc to November consideration agreed we are drtermined By her Attorney 1.
term, 18W: in which upon not M.Scott.
JOHN D John
II.
ito Wallis PARISH
i tbe'common oocs. She d Ha is William I to either of the said Li .12, 1837. >-
Bpla.IG A E Parker is and Caroline pay notes, until be complieswith Jw
September 30th. 1837 plaintif Ringold
White EWiw ad- ,.
Or
feet deep 2,740 H.nslon TJ i mini his agreement, or until a due course of law. .
ton* of water; her Stephen I we.t i,j I tr3IriJ G. RJnggold, dec'd, defend. -
ed tonnage is 1,800 tons. At thee Holmes, A F Ward Charles B & TJ LEON COUNTY COURT. ant, I shall, on Saturday the 4th day of November MARTIN PALMER NOTICE.
Havi, John 2 Geo T I next, at the court house in JAMES L. PARISH &J IX weeks afterdate, application will be
in mad.
Willisms Josiah duir.cy, Gadsden
every additional inch R Ets n, ) Assumpsit : Attachment for K5
W DARIUS to tbe
displaces af
I Judge the
Havis & Sounders county, irt legal boors, sell at public auction for WILLIAMS. County Court fir the .
> Summons eon -
ad
vs $80
'hou.-Tbe-200 nautical average miles speed 'n expec- Lane.King, Mary Joseph wiwn We.sgcrfJaiDflsT, ;rin, s Willis'Alston) ) Returnable 1&res.March for Term 56J, 1837 dam. I cash tract, of the folowg lying land in Gadsden of siid defefi'Jant known, viz: A Jlfjnticello,Jeflerson county, Sept. 30, 1837. tats ty of of Leon the late far Kedar letters Vann.of adminic.ratl.a. o'&-.rHORACEV.INN.ea-

per day, and Washington defendant in said and all others county, as Stffflrcdica" .
of |tzr Persons calling for Henry 2 THE case in-/ section 15, in township, range 7, N and W.
a coal 30 the j
tons. of
The best above College $
will
letters will take notice of the in titution j Levied and to be Georgia. pu 9, 1837.
sold
"VJ'tito bau I please say advertized. I. O. SEARCY. said suit upon as the property of the Cours of Lectures in this institution will iW w
ed. It is calculated Tafla11auee Ocr. I. 1837. P. M. by attachnunt aforesa-d-and they are |I said defendant, to satisfy said writ THE
.,_ according to on the th.'rd: '
-'make the. -- o- -- required to appear and plead to the declaration filed law. Monday (ICth) of next GROCERIES. '

outward voyage to A TEACHER in laid ---- accord- _into__ the n'_ stBtate-,_____ _ill_ _lIU.h_ _n rUt____ I 'rwn FRTntt RANDor.PH October, and be continued as usual to the last of ; E have just received from ,
48 days, and homeward in 12, WANTED. made and provided n-o DUVALfc ALLEN, MarhaL March. The 1., nf Anril, instead of the third W d. invoice New Orleans an
r O A SINGLE Gentleman. qualified ay S. ja. uu v AI+ v. aa. nesday of this ue Bacon.Claret Wine Madeira
month, commencement
win
of coal to .
out and.360 give in for Wine .
home. pltfT 2'
d duYI 15: 7 _, PieklesJ Whiskey. s. 1P ickwe IriIllun__
struction in ,EnelUb Grammar Sep : te The Professors are, ''u _
,"*'n the tiptoe for the first Geography Sept-mLer 25th, 1837 8 *f tow IOT n '
voy- snd Arithmetic may obtain a desirable situation by NOTICE. L. .. Dujras, M. D..r Anatomy. caso.G..

igaDti .8teamer, along side of applying to either of the subscriber, on the Mick*- SUPERIOR COURT, Tallahassee,Sept. 30, 1837.
*look like little fishing boats. siiky road,ieve.n mile* ).:t of Tallahassee,or MIDDLE DISTRICT SIX weeks after publication hereof, 1 shall Chemistry and Phumac,. 61
to R. H. Berry Eaq.f Tallahassee. FLORIDARobert to tbe County Court of Leon Joseph A. Eve, M. D. of Therapntics and Materia : -

'enettet.-"AU.W, aid the old JOHN S. TAYLOR, H lisrry ) Assumpsit: Attacht 1113 94 for letters administration on tbt estate of county Granvill Mediea. NOTICE,, : !

R always make ladies out JOHN ISLER. vsSum's l (.r 100, issued Sept S6 Shepperd aid Lewis Sbepperd,dec'd,two men. George M. Newton, M. U. ((just returned from Eo- RH. M. DAVIDSON &REUBEN Stro1T
-'' pret. Oct. William Bryan, ) 1837 Returnable to Nor Term colour ) and mr agents to' transact
IR37. 9.wA ; ,lat of Leon rope Physiology Pathological Anatomy.. any husinsif
I,are, or they would'nt get any THE defendant in said ease and all others inter- 86w county.WM.P. L. D. Ford, M. D. or Institutes of Medicine .and mine in Gsdsden count j. Mr. Dtmdsoo ia also aa.

Themanlhat iorputed the ZLSROA1N. e will take notice of the institution of said DUAL Medical Jurisprudence. thorized U receive fend par the debt U1ai*lre'

taking likenesses might havewould THE subscriber withes to sell his plantation; if, sail by attachment aforesaid-and they are re- GROCERIES&PROYISIONST : Paul F. Eve, M. D. of Principles and ,Practice of firm of Harrison- ,and Wdder- rid,

., application it mad, a bargain may be quirea 1., 'Ppear and plead to the declaration filed subscriber iiTiow Surgery.A. WM. H-WILDHt'

never" iticceed:' it's a deal Ot ined. The plantation M actuated 17 mi'tsi east in said CAM, aeeordivg to the form of the statute in einds, frem New York receiving; a general per assortment brig Lu. Cunningham, IT.Dot Theory,and Practice of Apalachtcola, lit Augrat., ,-1837.- .x.i24af,. .
deal .
of '
< laid_ the _old. ,lady ainbridge; tOO acres etoiwd awl under eal n. such ems*kad and provided ,C B SIBLEY Groceries, Provisions, Goals Medicine. -
L.
Crockery tc (
J r vearui/per own cuieneps. ODj 103 mfrf of hammock landet la *.V-.i- twit- 4ll'/ for pltTepten6er / 4c. which will sold Dr or cash, or approved, M. Antany, Jf. D. of Obstetrics and Diseases, of 4OI. : -
b
cotton pat riw*> wbp othar.aa.e 30th, 1837 Females a.4 infants.Wm. ; perron holding claim
; 99 saws; A 8-tf credit. WILLIAJ CENTRE. iLL *against Jim a Pa
: bi
: ;in '( ;,:JJJltrici ( oys tbe firrt rate new emton screw: Ifdeaired, toni, fod. No.:4. Row:' Henry Robert,Prosector. ,late or.J _cooatj.'djbceaaed."tio_
'
Uo* or the 23d i inst) ate der,cattle:and .hogt can .be had at a fair'rate. 'J FIJTY, DOLLARS REWARD. September 30th. I5JL. Berry's Fees- fur- the.full coarse th.eight tickets, $120 requested pras t. iSf. UtlaixthcaK.
'
eige4 at present in the bar- deem ft uoneeewaryjo. devcribe tbe prernJset:as any Ta4D or stolen,CD the Ifith of September 83w l Demea tratioo,ouee,, 4 within' thelime prescribed bjrljnsy---1, .--* iE

it Itice ,. one who wicket to partha.will jirefer'to iea, :' A fromW about Colonel Fishs. Ferry, on tli. .EW;: GOODS. Matriculation, ones, S be plead in bar Dt1Jteir'r-t.jrAU 0 i
crops.The weather m. heallBrlrita tjoa rttanot fee debed
find: to tbe
Oclrloekoaee, a Bar IWRSB Said the Diploma 30 estaie'arterytmaired. to
: JlM.1a bjr Lady Washington :
tor-, ,,elate, 4ni -been'. favorable HILTON CRAWFORD.. wjrdsof J> nandsnigb,:'nearly blind in' one up- WEbavft reUr. largp.and well selected assortment' For parUeuUn, 4*.lee Circular! ,or apply to.' immediate, __ .ftIIXllleDU r. 1)1 Ii" 1f'

menced'and we- hope it may Cairo,G. &;Septi t6, 1837, ,-Sts leaa in/tab when taken ; has the marks of the sad'eye, .f Goods,' which we invite the tralfic' to PAUL F. EVE Dean faculty. tdAR..Y'ATT-.solf. U.1'i.fnralaebOn

:.tJta" ilLs on'bis back rides ; racks e examine with the that Augusta Ga. A.,. 7. 6 .countT1G1.:11IS7.. .-& cM.n.r
until they shall have JAILOR'S -WOTICE.COMMITT&D .- j finely, very fast, and assurance they wilt .find nS -- ------ '-rr't"

'r' holds bit head very bign_when ridden; he is to great bargains. ,'- ..N.TICLiv.-.
wjth the We, lru t to the fail cf Gadsden up. dipe rive ADMINISTRATOR'S 'NOTICE. dI
county.
.rclaofekbl.yeanold. I: have MARTIN A LL g4'
.ikfleld i of .tbu :.viluableiUple'frmn a nan *7'; (t tmdatto) aced believe the horse bat been traded:in l.good Georgia reason, to Sept 30tb, 1837* '. & HART.84ni A Lt persons hiving'claims'against the'estate &..Legate persons, ofjLeon nadeUad;.U,. _IOtW,
-
\9 or tO J imt f proThe of the late 8. S coumyd.cea3,4rn1.44)
PeeWej
yetrt are
thaa iicbesbtgkjwbessysnaae bta bOly requested to pre .
; what a cold and M Cbfcriskaad p Decanld oua: .. .. qqeated to l.apa.D,.Iq..1i,"
"
'' llp.DiJLetI ITeflbora, above COTrONWE them to tbe.la rberpr atttheauarted, .
reward will be claims
far. tbe having
given against said
d4e&toihoz4iga1ttoui deti"6 beia
ef of Inriatoa;AUbtua. Tto owairJt within the time st9 .I .
prejcrrbeJ law or tbey WIIIbS
rt
to .
uMKd of the aaid lags iD by
TaIlihasas the will fled them
u
oraL Cotton sMMnOoUsia
ptanUtioa porcaaw the present
'galUhsdledpa.very pPl'O t bc :''1Ihif' .' at htgbest mar. barreL : -- wftaia sbs t1e
roa :1.
.. D(1ikss'.obSciI milesnorth.esit TslUhttj- the ,II'IICtJlleclbJ..0&M
(411.'JLi:1 .. daring season 1 't&i'FORMYDrl II' i.
'natoW'ouI4be iijiZed.'IJ 't oi&YfStIJII 'taDoi't w1crs I aik: pr rareTel'barre". 1;
n D '
BROWN' J.
.\ Q.iDey, Sept.28i$1, We JRTIN_ IT. AdmY of B. ,. Peebto! dee'd.eet.23.1$37. 1 ( .
'K'.t 0 S rttmbt,3Oth, ; I 1837 "L(. Srptexnber3oth,1837. 8. ,. 7 t'uJJ 1831.""f" .!- r



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T I J J L .lItMOl4DnI.TISEMENTS _itiL __ I r -- - :- -

: arzwa 4k 8UMMEMS ''KiTtBE J ekey.Clrt Baee r' ,f.. :
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-I T bKrikefluu'jn* n-orfwd)-New following Sweepstakea now open to .Tbe.abeve OiaiiMa .flerai

.months from due I will apply .1. York fall *saonme t Bombrnzine. Mitna THE of at aaaual a f'D' !i- a rat aid eertaiv MMdy for b .i

.l..w Uw honorable Sean Bryan Judge of the ,.Thibet and Merino Cleiha, Blacky Oreea md bar 1837. & mt =i i'c.. bate. ..Jf a .
.c t1 C.nt of Jackao&Cotmty to'be a charf Dahlia Cashmeneds, and Summer Cloth of a variety lkA.weep.takestor three ie etdeolu aad t
Mite
from tot farther administration of the estate of of colour;for dress and Frock Coat Zebra fillies raised in Florida. Sobecnptien f 100,forfeit lt $ SI1iIp sevssyUSar.I4gsandUlcersorlosg .

I Plaid and White Cambric Drills. London ribbei SO mile beau. TocIo.etherstofOctObeT,
Je&a RIxeue&WILSON II f ,one 3d Scldr mrGlaadib.rTi.... ," I
ROYAL, Adm'r. I Satin faced Striped and Plain Checks and Car- nd name the day before the race.

April 22, *$37.. 37-fim_ 1 IItQ. aD lJe .O., 2't teens. White Lawn Linen,Satin faced welling&e. I.A sweepstake (.any three year old Colts titoe.1tesiim.kardraed tenins tarnish. ikirited i* mmmfr, ai

AUCTIONEERAMD for Pants, a great variety of Vestiftgs, Linen io the-United States. Subscription$300,
SIX: month after dale shall present my ac Shirts, Collars and Bosoms A gr\t\ 't. ,*. an!forfeit 9100, three mile heat. To dose the first 4th Felon, or what MOM people k'tt1.
and Toucher administrator on xhecsuu aatneot Catarrh, ofev.rydecrIpioe. .
ts
u Commission Merchant.gaVHtTB of Hosiery, c-c .Atso an t't ;n 'iviJ-I. jrm.! ,i and.name the before the rare.
a< Barns Burny late of Leon Coaoty, and I Beady Kladr c1nttit 1 Ocbr. .roa Alt, subscription Kb Rheumatic hi.of thtjorata. .oi.

app1yfora discharge. SIMON TAYLOR. IDAHOs Monday*and Saturdays. 'I wfmong which are upward h. f" :d P.ou1 82Wi forfeit poatstakes| two mile To close the 6th Sprains,aad Braiae*of every _

April It. 1137. S8-6m N. York St. Marks line of teA bazine Thibet, Merinoj Ci ,b-n, V/l. if first; October, 10 the day bl the race. ia wotev part aitaate. ..
and Brown Linen Dress u.1o :k n? ef the above etable 7th Teu.rgorslIkln4L lathi eec t
a.. Cw't, m.id Entries can made to either I
NOTICE. abouts, Pants and rests of description, made. I by letter,b to the Secretary and Proprietor I patient, ia applying the OiaCntai. ..
every
waits after I shall present DIT ac- in the fashionable which adr pan ant of water '.
SIX Iii most manner, he i* disposed of the before closing. "
; and voucher, and apply to the Hon. to 5.1, reasonable for cash or approvedcredit. I The Club any Purses will be advertised la f 1:1 Sib Chilblain or perU affected by.. "J,

County CortofJeffcriot county, for a final etUe- 'er J. J. B1RGE. due time. THOS.BROWN.Pnpnelur.June TO THE PUBLIC.. ..

neat and discharge front the administration of the Rate Vessels and Masters Country merchant and otlitrs wishing to purchase 9 1837. 4t The following communication. nddr.t.j i
experienced ,
of Thomas Deiphy late of said county, dc- FIRST A fresh rapply othls.T ALU ABLE MEDICINEjust proprietor of Jadkin's Oidtmeac, frea
estate be employed in this HW, to sail frjm either will find i t their interest to call at the III
JAMES L. PARISH Adoi'r. &c. received. John Taliaferre member of,Congr*** ?
ceaMd. port-a veseei will sail on the 8th and 24th of above MILL SAWS ,*feu

Aug. 19, 1S37. 2.6n every month,. and oftener.. should__ natron_ ___.*_ .r"_. Tallahassee, April 23,1837. 38tf Mill Saws; 2 setts large Pat. Scales, PREPARED SOLELY from vegetable matter Uresling. The gratuitous manner ia wfcjJJ
-- -
f u FORTY Howand's Tonic Mixture. Rite HOUCK, Baltimore, which may made, exhibit feeling or no ordinary ml-

NOTICE. vouch quire.WM.. WYLLYS PRATT Agent N. York. TIN WARE. on for sale low,to close sle b be taken with perfect safety by all ages & in all disease toward sufferingbumarnty j aodhceru
SIX months after dale 1 shall present my ROB'T LYON, Agent St.-'d'arks. THE subscriber will carry on cODigmntJ.an E. LI DENBERGER *; it* cures are for die following diseases:- deserting public alUmiioVASiu*. 1.
*, and apply to tho lion. the Judge of t.he Su Mark, Jl prill 1837. 'the Tin Ware manufacturing 29 1837. 4 Dyspepsia, Los of Appetite Indirection, Inflammation \ avir,Jaa.u.-,
_
final settle 36-ly'r. July ,,
County Court Gadsden manLy, for a of the Stomach Heart Burn
Diarrhoea
for
buIes and at all times ,Dysentery Sir II has been my wish a c.naidu.
neat and discharge from the administration of the NOTICE. ." hand wi general assort NEW SPRING GOODS. or Flux Pile, Fistula Obstructed Mensura to communicate to you the good elect wi

eataleol Capt. John Hills, late of Gadsden county, person who are indebted to E.B. meat either at wholesale or received fro New-York and Baltimore, don, Ague and Fever, Billtous or Remittent JFever, I have used the ointment invented by Mr. J

Florida. THOSE by note or account, are earnestly retail, o a reasnable terms a can be sold' in JUST and handsome assortment of fancy 6staple Typhus Fever Scarlet Fever, Small Pox, Eryripo and which I now understand i* made and

JONA. ROBINSON, Administrator. requested to make immediate payment to any Southern market' dry ready made Clothing, Hats, las, or 8L Anthony' Fire Athma-Pleoriy,Measles splits appointed by y ursl6 I have appointment

Aogtot H, 1S37. IM the subscribers before the first of September, as all Country merchants and others are invited to Hardware, go. ,Yellow Fever Costiveness Morbus Wind on the Stomach during the last three years to eve

NOTICE. 7 account remaining unpaid ai that date will be put cal and satisfy themselves.WM. Black Grode Nap, Swiss and Luieslnng Silk, or bowels Cholera Consumption, cies of tumor and wound without failure
: months alter date we will apply' to the into the hands of an attorney for collection.E. H. FRANCIS. Printed French and Jaconet Influenza,, Colds, Coughs, Inflammation of the dace a cure in every .. 1 cu----'

SIX of the county court of Gadsden county, BARNARD Jr. $ CO. Tallahassee.. 14, 1837. 23lf Lyonaise.-Supr chest,Palsy, Gout, Rheumatism, Infiamaibry sore most decided as4 ettet le$

for a final dischaige horn the administration of July I, 1837.47 For E. Perkins. KEADY-MADE CLOTHING. Gro de Nap. Scotch, Stripe, Plaid and chet throat Croup, laflammalion of the heart, Dropsy, tumor,, be the caoae what it may.sad Inothingsogoodtorwoundaofany
Ricket,Disease of the Liver, Jaundice,DifScaJiy desa'maybeproper
'
the estate of Hose Wilder, late of said county, CITY STABLES, JWE have received a apply of clothing, con- Ginghams French Figured,Fancy and other PrinU. of making Urine, Gleet, Hysteric, Nervous anil to add, that the cure sfj
deceased. Formcry Peter Robinson's. an assortment of both and fine Super affection of the member and
coarse and Scrofulous ligamenla. called the white wellinggiven over by
Adminis- .
JACOB WILDER ) Lisle Lace Lisle inserting Colus
which we "ill sell at a small advance on COM. Cap Mercurial and Venereal diseases Ulcers Affections
Seres.
following rule & regulations a* incurable
WM. II. WILDER. J raton: THE are adopt Ladies Figured Satin, and ldkfs. distinguished physician ,III
aoth 1837. 4 -Mis for the government of the above stables G I& T E LINDENBERGER Fancy Brunswick Scarfs. and of the skin & all diseases arising from Im- they hare decided 'ou14. without aapu"
Quincy May Pari
and will be strictly observed, it is hoped tfiey will December 23. 18 2 Ladies Gentlemen's- 'horse Gloves. DUrft Blood. &LC. Price .per bottle 82.- prove fatal to the patient, wa under my I

Administrators' Notice. give general satisfaction and prevent any misun Provision and Grocery. Curls, Bead Bags, Cambric Hdkfs. AThismedicinc has a powerful effect as a Springand ate notice, effected by the use of Jndkms .

[TOTICE is hereby given that at the next Janu- derstanding. CrTHE New-Stor subscribers have united themselves White and Black Silk 10s. Fall Purifier, in these whose constitutions require I and the patient is in fine health;,his .
jLli Court the undersigned The Hire of a under Freed and Brown nourishment and new vigor; such persona the restored to
Gadbden being a
ary term county Napoleon, White I by tumor perfect _
the firm of PEACHY & MANER for the .
Administrators of Thomas W ynn, dec'd, Hack and four 115 00 per dy, Drillings.Shirt would be much benefitted by using two or three soundness. Also that the leg of an ag .
establishing in the town of St.Marks
will make final report and settlement of said es Hack and pair 750 purpose aSTURb. Collars, Bosoms,and Satin Slocks. hollies which may be takan without regard to drinkor had been wounded, and exhibited one di

late swl aix months from the date hereof will applyfor Sulkey and horse 3 00 Their Q India Rubber and Cotton diet. Many persons are diseased for thc-w ant ulcerated surface from the knee to the fail
a discharge and letters dismissory from said Single horse 200 likewise buildings being large and commodious Cotton balls, Spool Suspnder, Hdkfs.Cottouade of blood being purified. Thousands of persons are which, for more than two years had beea

com u such administrators. do do 700 per week they and propose of attending to the Chambrays, Sheetings and Shirting destroying their constitutions by neglecting to apply ered incurable, wu effectually cured by.tW
Forwarding and Cotton
Horse at Livery 25 00 Rceivin Go to such the Panacea will be
mouth
JOHN WYNN, per etc. a proper remedy; cation Judkin'v Ointment. 1 mention t!&
HENRY 11. BUOFFN. do di 125 per day, they pledge pay such attention more man doubly valuable as a certain and effect cases, which fell under my immediate DOCirt i
entitle them liberal
share
as will to a of REDT-IIUD.COHING.
50-Cm Single feed C2{ and Plain ual means of restoring them to perfect health and
1C IB37. decided evidence
July Merchants Consisting of variety Fancy management, as a eftae
the and Planters ef
from the every
All horsrs hired must be paid for in advance,un- patronage Summer Coals and vigor; few families are exempt fiom Scorbutic of
and counties of Pantaloons, Round Jackets, ; of this remedy in cases tuners and efulofc
NOTICE. less the person has an account with the stables. ferritojy, neighboring Georgia. Affections which exhibit various symptom a* Eruptions
the next April term of the County Court No horse delivered without an order from the Their goods will be sold low for cask or produce.As Vests. Ulcerations, Debility, Loss of Appetite and have experienced as decidedly the food e
in the of felons
ILK AND FCR
this cure and of
AT remedy .
Jackson 1 shall the accounts owner or to his known servant. they will endeavor to keep on had a constant HAT.
county blood
present and brims- Digestion all arising from impure and ifnut
White and Black, broad narrow of fresh wound. II seems
to tWO
species me
of choice and of Groce-
of the in supply superior qualities
of the the
and vouchers administrators Smoking stable
t n entirely forbid-The Hats lined and shaded. properly attended to, are sure to produce the
Fashionable Palm Leaf the of
observe
who will on operatioa tWa
ries and Provisions of one
dec'd for settlement, establishment will be closed Country
estate ef WM. HOLLAND at 10 o'clock. Persons ever description. greatest injury to the constitution. Panacea is recommended
end sk for letter.* dismission from said estate. entering will please close the Merchants and fd interest GBOCEI& ment, must be satisfied as to its beaefkial 4
gate. ItO Consisting of variety, uumerous to iu all seasons Of the year, and in particular confidence
THOMAS ORMAN TilE to call. Their store is open. every to I can with the utmost rtccm
PROPRIETOR. BLAIR mention. of which we offer to the city or as a preventative from all diseases in warm cli- this valuable remedy. '0 .
One of the Administrators. March 1837. 30tf JOHN PEACHY.WM. Al use of
at wholesale or retail on very matesand those when disease are -
June 18: 7. 47-dn MANER. country persons prevalent I am sir, very
Marianna- --- --2Cih Jailor's Notice. St. Marks, Jan.JGth, 1836, 25-tl. reasonable terms.G by taking the Panacea three orfour times a respeetfU11TO:
NOTICE. I COMMITTED t
persons indebted the estate of Richard county on the 13th 5nsutwofugutiveslaves- Rowand's Tonic Mitnr and Anti- Tallahassee, April 15th, 1837. 3G-if lobed,and the person may fear no apprehension of Ointment near Fredericktown, Marylaii.

ALL Stafford,are requested to make immediate: viz: a negro man who says his name is BOB, Costve OTICE.-The subscribers have taken the being attacked with the Cholera, Yellow Fever, or Ir.J'PILEScDI ':
claims said and he of IN consequence > numerous attempts to IN any olhei disease,as this medicine is a valuable restoratie Before leaving Boonsboro, i bad heard tot
pnyme&t and tkosse having against says helenjrs to George Ward, imitations of Stables formerly by Peter
palm spurious Rowand's valuable occupied Rbinson. of the system thereby invigorating the
toforo the
will be authenticated and presented within Leen also an article in whicn you appear pall
estatff county; u negro man who says his where horses will received at
the he has to bear the
on public- determined b Lvery. Tan- constitutionand enabling debilitatingeffects ""
time prescribed law will be forever Medicne. to proprietor, named Heraton Judkioa P.
the by
or is WESLEY and that attended .
name he
,
belongs to sierrt custom particularly of all climates it U conveyed the circu-
barred. JOhN IZLER. I sles exclusively to agent in different ; by : ointment made by C. Herstons near rr
June 3 1837. 4S-tf George Brown Sampler: county, Mississippi.The parts of the country, from whom "Lot* JU genuine Horses on shoret notice, and every lating fluids, and corrects their tendency to all those I Maryland,and of its descried efficacy in c_. .
owners are requested to prove property, I articlci can be had, and to guard the more effectually attention paid that will render the present establishment diseases which originate in vitiated blood, diseased with whom I am well acquainted.> 1

EXEC 'fOR'8 NOTICE. pay charges and take them away.SWBAKZINGTON. Lhe.implitiln. of unauthorised venders satisfactory to the public. liver, depraved appetite, or predisposition to affections persons residence in Baltimore, it baa pertr.
aginlt. LEDWITHItCO.
MICHAEL my
ALL pero who have any demands against Jailor. ; agents Boston, New of tIe lungs.Itresembles cure on a friend of mine afflicted will the
Feb.
estate of William Patterson, late of and matt Tallahassee UII8.BQ in point of taste and flavour rich
Jan. 21, 1837. 34 6mCbPARTNEKSHIP. York Philadelphia, Baltlor to no a Having my self been a sufferer for some ye n
Jackson County deceased are hereby requested sales (e mtrckantt and fA" ony Ike Mtdicint Rg cordial rather than a medicine. Every person after this distressing d disease now unhenutiaA

to present them without delay to the subscribers. to be carried South for$ />&_* .. Ire quantities TAXES for 1837 are now due. By call taking mercury in any way, should have recourse plied your ointment in my own case,and
JOHN W; PATl'ERSON, j Execu. THE subscribers have this day .entered into of a pernicious article in imitation genuine THE on the subscriber, at his office in Tallahassee to one or two bottles of this medicine. In thj decline lined that I can say il mad. a perfect care.J.A.BEtt.
ALFRED L. WOODWARD \ ton under the firm of Taft, Holt Mixture have been manufactured by Lucius S Corn- and( paying the same, the public will much cf life,or when the system has been impaired .
June 3, IB37. 43tff & Co. Ito& Co of New York, and tent to She SmA for H. by excess it nourishes, strengthens and support Counting room I41p11

S. a. TAFT u. The name Rowland instead of Rowand, is I oblige July 15, 1837.-49 SAM'L DUVAL. it:-it ia not presuming too far le add, that it actually A few weeks ago a ease of woman' ME

NOTICE. GEORGE G.HOLT, on bottles of the imitation. The genuine article -. shfe.Thi came under mv notice the breast treaflv
months after date, I shall present my ac- GEORGE MILL&R. may be had of the following persons, who are NEW SUMMER GOODS. Panacea baa been introduced to the publicfor I the nipple scarcely to be -her p
SIX
and vouchers, and apply to the lion. SL Marks. July J. 1837. 51 toe only dgentt in this part of Florida and Georgia.E. subscriber has just received a a short time, and has received more testimonials clearly spoke the great misery she ww .,

County Court of Leon county, for a final settlement Bal nard jr. &General Agent, Tallahassee, THE of goods suitable for slec season u, in iu f ivour for its efficacy, in so short a time, than told me she had been suffering three mosi

and discharge from the administration of the estate NlQ fD 41lli.1mDl11.fBf William Kerr ., Thomasville, comprising the following articles, viz: any other medicine ever discoveredand its name at it, and was carried to her bed ; she theaI

orTm.. Kinnaird, late of said county. i7TUE undersigned respectfully informs the James C. Ecclen, Ciuincy I Bombazine Thibet, and Merino Frock Coats; horn:and abroad, will induce hundre.'s, aye, thousands seed poultice to it; other things had bees I
GEORGE YOUNG Administrator.. planters of Leon and adjacent counties, that he has waim, Lloyd k C." Su Marks. I do. do. do. Dre s dO to apply for it, to reap the true virtue advised Judkins' onlmenl knowing ii' W

__Ju1y ad, 1837-48-6m made and appointed DAVID C. WILSON hi. attorney Thomas Alexander, Hickstown, Venetian, Cass, and Enninett Coatees; Ihereof. successful in like cases. She got and apffigilcording
to sell E. W. Pill's patent Cotton CULTIVA Darius Williams &Co., Monliccllo, White and brown Linen Jacket; Notwithstanding attempts may be made tit impair to the directions accompanying itfci
NOTICE TORS. He respectfully invites the Planter. J. D. Carpenter the confidence of ihe public in the efficacy and
to call Mieksky. Plain and tancy Marseilles Vests; hours all pain was gene'; it broke, and earn
IS HEREBY GIVEN, that at the next Januaryterm and examine for themselves. The label of E jr. If Co. will be on all Satin faced do curable power of this medicine! il will go on lo ed discharging copiously,and so eoctiowii

of Gadsden County Court, the under- C. F. CLABA U G II. the bottles sold by the above agents.Tallahassee Figured Silk and Satin dO; conquer disease relieve the afflicted and earn for itself days the relief from extreme pain to]pes
signed, the Executor of Fields F. Wynn, who was Tallahassee, Dec. 26, 193G. 21tfTwentyFive July 7th, 1837. 48tfMarshall's Plain do do do; the good opinion of thousands and tens of thou- excited; the woman's astonishment: a few

executor of Benjamin B. Babb, will make final report Bombazine and Valencia do; sands. Already if has earned (or itself a name dnced her breast to it* usual state,and in e9i
and settlement of said estate, and six months Dollars Ilcwnrd. Worm Syrup Black Snake-skin Stocks latest which dastardly attacks cannot reach that such is
style ;
C. "!
from the date hereof will apply for a discharge and STRAYED from the Livery Smile. T lIallas-| IS recommede to_all parents', nurses, and oth- Satin and Bombazine do; ; the (act the number of lelteis in possession must the Frederick cure was complete. 3 1825. 1:
April
letters dismissory from"id court as flueb e.cecu- 'bright Bay llttnOE, jouu Iii 6cfc, rr management of children. a Plaid Hair du, fully satisfy the moil incredulous ; and were it necessary county, ,
tor of said Babb. JOHN' YNN. has Iwo while hind fed,and a while star in hi*fore the most effectual WORM PESTBOTING medicine yet be obtained BCWAOC or uirosrrioc.Vfessrs "
and blark could
White do there numerous testimonials
-
5O-Gm head. Said horse went away about two months discovered. ; L &R T Low nde.,merchants Cu
16,1837.
July
Linen Cotton under the the oaths of those who
and Shirts sanctity
ago. $25 will be given on his 'deliverv Captain This syrnp besides being a safe and active ver ; Gentlemen-As Mr Hertioas agent foil
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF JACKSON Brown's Hotel, by H'm. C UTldN.-- mifuge, is agreeable and pleasant to the taste,and Fil'd and striped do; after suffering the most acute and long protractedillness of Dr William Jndki's patent specific e gl'|
and brown Cotton Drawers have been entirely restored to health but it I
COUNTY. Tallahassee,March 35th, 1837, 33tf no cull wilt refuse to take it. ; I would inform you that last summer I waid
persons interested will take notice thai happily calculated for preventing and Hdkfa. and Linen Thread Cloves; does not enter into the comprehension of many,howit with a sore leg-ihe fame olJudl9n'sduceil C" '

ALL Langstonwidow of Seth Langston James Johnson Birtre, removing many other disorders to which children Black and fiticy coloured Silk Hose; is possible for botanic medicine to effect such me to get a jag of it-but iL hap

lice will apply at the ensuing term of said court in DRAPER AND TAILOR.TJLL.IHJISSEE are subject such as bwe or summer complaints White and brown Cotton dO wonders in the healing art, as experience has1o.at be ef Mr.Merston's make. I used ittc
of Dower in the following diarrhoea Vigor.ia and Lambs'-wool do; ttic':, competent to perform but such are the
October next, for allotment FL.i or vomiting and purging, it is the printed directions but my leg kept
: Smtalfiekl and Pongee Silk tacts thai they cannot be denied.The .
in said to ;
Tract of Land situate county, invaluable for allaying those which childrensufer Idksj
(Next duor. of F. ToieleJeceler in .V"ue' pains Black above medicine be obtained worse
of section Four it.) in heir and fancy Silk Craats; can f G. H &
,
South East and
teeth if
-The quarter Mr Herstons
wjt: just received from New York cutting previously T. E. UN DE BERG ER Monroe traveling to the west i
Also few suits Youths' Tallahassee
Eleven West a superior Clothing togeher: slre.l -
of
in Towaship Five North Range HAS reuder this operation of nature perfectly.mild I my house daring the time, on looting I
Petition now filed in the CterkJXgg I of Broadcloths, Cassimers andVestings 'i free from danger. It equally efficacious with the above articles, are now offered for sale Florida, with proper directions for using it. ment I b:1d. he imrcediately pronounced

A. ; ,among which are all the most fashionable in rickets and in the infantile remittent fever. It cheap for cash or approved credit. I bis make,and furnished me with oneO.n ttA 1

July 16,1837.-5 York market also an cxtensive of fully June 22 1837. Ma. Hot"cx-Str I feel constrained
assortment Ready the intended 46-tf : JACOB myself -
adequate to and that much difference allho'it looked like iu I then
SUP'R.COURT. of purposes sp
MIDDLE DISTRICTS-FRANKLIN Made Clothing every description which he can inform of the effects that your Panacea
I you
be derived from its
may simplicity and in ointment which he me, to
warrant to be as neatly made and of as fine cloth. goo it cannot do Harm. I NOTICE. had on me. la the year J83C, daring the months gave my l.in l. U
the
. Hiram Aour., and Hiram W. as any ever offered in thc southern country. A few Directions accompanying any each bottle.Marshall's DURING my absence, JOHN M. STRONG of January.February,March and April I was em and a state continued of amendment until it on using well. ] "1
Brook, Merckontt, trading suits yeuths clothing also youths cliinchillai and as my agent. ployed thrashing with a thrashing machine,and so got quite n1uabk.1III
under tkt nanui, style end firmJJfwrtt Mackmenljor SI-1 cltth cap, mens hats,cloth and far caps of val ious I compound Syrup of WM. H. FRANCIS. caught cold, and the dust seemed to settle: on my This ointment i is certainly very

If Brtckt, 523 38, iiiued .1- qualities, shirts frem one to seven dollars each, liverwort.For Tallahassee, June 28th, 1837. 47-tf lungs. I suffered much pain und could no longer would be a pity it should be lost to the M pea I
vs- prii 251 r", 1837. among which are a variety of plain and ruffled coughs colds, asthmas spitting of blood, attend to my business; the pain was located in my counterfeit article, bearing the nanv"'

If".H.Harper,Detitr Thorn linen, plain and embroidened. bosoms, collars stocks i liver the complaints breas'.aad, whooping cough, and all diseasesof DR. HUNTERTO beast, particularly on the left side. I wasalso afflicted not genuine. WM K. EW1L

ton *nd Ltwit Litingitonjtrad- suspenders, fine merino flannel, canton flannel,and lungs. I WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. with night sweats and fever, I sought the aid Cumberlaitd, Mayt4.183f.
The r
Thornton shirts and drawers linen restorative powers of this medicine in diseases of various Physicians this but all from Rn Beverly Wat.
Harper net cotton silk buckskin region to no
ig 4-c.
,
J of the Lungs have been attested the the use of Dr. UaDtr'* inestimable Pill, I have known Mr C Hentoo to be the
tf Living 0ft. and fur gloves, fur collar Jo. white and colored by most BY purpose; I then traveled to Lancaster county, and : for
Defendants in said suit, and all others silk and linen handkerchief. respectable physicians both of Europe and this plln. of either sex, they carefully follow also to Chester co. and employed several Doctors Judkin's Ointment for several years

THE terested,will take notice of the institution Also a lot.f clothing all of which he will countr. I possesses sedatve. expectorant and the plan, and copious Directions, there, but derived no benefit; finally, I had recourse my residence in Mary land,and ..'o ntm.
thereof and of the issuing of said attachment this cell as Uw according to the quality of the goods a* I and fevers, mitigate accon panying them, are enabled effectually! t eradicate to your Panacea,and used one bottle, whichI by hjm to have been in ranch repate. It h*

day returnable to the May (special) term of said can be bought in the Territory.Nov. coughs, and almost instantly removes slight and a CERTAIN DISEASE, and to restore purchased at Lewistown, Pa. But it seemed at frequently used in my own family,whifeMf
Court: (said defendants being non-residents) and 19th 1336.Groceries. 15tf recent colds, whilst it gives immediate relief to lost health, with ease, .safety,and certainty in a first not to do me any good for I became weaker, I I Maryland and during my residence ia tw. SI.

that they appearend plead to the declaration filed ths which from neglect have assumed a more dJY.. and was obliged to keep my bed. Mv friends with success.
in an id case,according to the statutes in such case Just Received. dangerous character, and seldom fails to cure the KZTThe extensive sale and unexampled successof advised me to-use no moie of il, but I resolved to B WAN

Bade and the Brig Howell we have just received a mol obstinate cases. this Medicine, in this and other cities, and principal give il a fair trial, and sent for another bottle; this Methodist Book Room, Mulberry sU
provided.GEORGE S. HAWKINS, BY and choice assortment orG RCERI S, It wi be found superior to any other medicine, ; towns throughout the Union, for the lut fifteen afforded relief and soon strengthened and improved New York May SOtb, 1835. ;

JprilS9l183l 4Mf Atty. for Plffs. which we offer for sale on good terms,-vir ; for cure of shortncs of breath, hoarsenes ear*-daring which it was satisfactorily prepared byDe. me as much as the first had weaked me. I sent To prevent imposition, C Herstons _
wheezings, and promptly remedial in soreness of Cotnway, inconles'ibly that when his hand will on UMLeltsrs '
100 bbl Baltimore Whiskey prove P for a third bottle and am now restored, enjoying own writing, appear
MIDDLE DWT-FRaNKLlN SUP. COURT. I 50 N E Ram the breast and lungs. In whooping cough its corrective with the INJECTION POWDERS, it better health than I have done for the last ten post paid, directed to him, ia

JeLL P. WWTII, 1 Jtuianpril. .ttnchmcnt for 25" Country Gin efforts will be speedily discovered.marhal's thorough and speedy care of that dreadful disorder, years I am again enabled to follow the ploughever City, Md. wilibe attended to. '. J

**' m4gU. Returnable( toJo.vAGa.uTand 50 Champ.c.gnac Peach & Applo Brandy Tonic mixture. denominated. the Scourge of the Human Race. since last August. am fully convinced that For Sale wholesale and retail by .,,;,1

f jfaember Term, 1837. 10 Casks Malaga Wine For Age and Fever. U. The PILLS r accompanied when the case your panacea may be taken without any injury, STEWART tf BARNARD-.

CRAIl WRKATO. j and all others interested will 20 bbls Old Monongabela Hliisk y, Prepared by C. Phiia.and for sale by requires it, wie INJECTION POWDERS.and and is a useful medicine. Yours)respectfully, Tallahassee, Sept. 17th, 1336 6.iIS'iJ
defendanta Madeira, Port. Sherry Wines. STEWART & BARNARB ; .constitute a most powerful DAVID ESHELMAN,
THE notice of the institution of said suit, and Old iTtuH.Whiskey, warranted genuine. next door to the Post Office, ; medicine, applicable to the various stage of this The following remarks by tho editorof Stark To those afflicted with Cot%
.f the issuing of said writofattachmen' this day; Protean disorder. Fall!and plain direction, with a
25 bbl Mol&sses, Jan. 28. 1837 25 6m County Canton Ohio, Democrat, are extracted PlullftMi
celebrated Albion Corn
declaration filed
and ta appear and plead to the in 50 Baltimore superfine Flour popular treatise explaining the various from that paper of April 4, 1837.Houcit' THE
said ease, according to the statute in such case madead and the mode of treatment, .ymp. relief, and at the same time dnv'l'j
15000 lbs Baltimore cured Middlings and Ha.ns, fmlfl accompany PANACEA.-JYe invite tire attention of draws the Corn oat the rootswithodpain. "
by
prow idcd. 100 boxes liaisons Offers accommodating .o thai persons o either sex mav car themselve the citizens of Canon and the public generally .
'Dated June 17th 1837. W PruneS a terms,his HOUSE and Lot.sitnated on (Price of the Pill f 1 a box; the Injection Pow- to the advertisement in another column of this paper .iII 1 W
(46)) CHARLES 8. SIBLEY, Au'y of Pit fT. 3000 Ibs best Loaf Sugar Monroe Street, in the city of Talahas der and Cerate eah.) ,under the above head. We have used the article -, CzaT.rIC.ATLTo tho=*e afflicted aaed *
BM
their feet I do that I have
to ,
certify
The Lot O" horn the original Recipe in MS.
Prepared
'DIST FRANKLIN SUP.COURT.CHAU.U 100 kegs water Crackers see. measures 110 fet ourselves and can safely recommend it to the *
MIDDLE : B
30 boxes and keg Tobacco, assorted quality. by 160 feet rear. The house is a convenient,spa uf the late Dr. W. T. CoNwAy, b.his immediate public as an invaluable remedy for most of the.: Corn Plaster with complete success. *wiW!?.]1
M.Hfpr,1
Tl %I t .1l"K p.il. Jllladmtnl for 40 bag Laquira and Rio Code cious and comfortable residence, independent of Successor, and the Sole Prcoprielor, T. KID- diseases with which mankind are afflicted. Having -. used cue box it completely cured I a make Corn dIiI f
Returnable 50 keg While Lead that which now occupied a DER of whom they may ha at Counting for a number of been tbe troubled me for many years.
tan G.**T and f 120 damtftt. toCBA prtion. i a Fancy years subject to INCUBUS -: for the benefit ef those afflicted with tW PcomplaiDt.
Room in Chamber. No. door to J.
*.Vt9tttov. J Mntmktr Term, I 153?. 200CI best Spanish Segars Store.lie oyer 9.next or NIGHTMARE to an alarming extent, the ."
defendants and all others interested, will 5 hhd Sugar also offers for sale his unimproved lot, on KIDDER'S Drag Store, Coar and Hanover Panacea was recommended to us by Dr. Houck: L. J. Feb.28." WM.L 8 ,

THE notice of the institution of aid suit, and 50 bags Buck Shot, the 200 loot street, measuring 160 feet front by 18 I Street*nea Conceit Hall, and also himself-and we are happy to say we. have bees L FlulbiD", cell" box. :-y 1.Palo.6O .

.f the issuing of said writ of attachment this day ; "0 keg Dupont nnd Coodi Powder back.The by his appointment, (together with-all those othervaluable entirely relieved from thai distressing affliction.As .-. genuine unless' ',Hdoe.

and to appear and plead to the declaration filed in 40 boxes Sperm Candle subscriber will also dispose of his entire : Medicines, I prepared by the late Dr. a family medicine we have no hesitation in L side arNoa.wrapper,by the sole pveptietev T>>

the said cue,according to the statute in such case 50. Smoked Herriugs.. stock in Trade, comprising a most general assort Ceil WAY,) by i saying that we believe it is unsurpassed. printed i ia.te.&o.. .tbo Jetv.Jm-J;
DEB
wage aad provided.CHARLES. 10 Tierces Rice ment of Fancy and Staple Goods, Groceries, STEWART If BARNARD No.6.) al ate uoannag_A,III .
REMEDY C06w.-I.or..e
FOR
S.SIBLEY Att'y of Pltff. 50 Boxes Brown Soap. Hardware, Grocery, |4c. &c. His Stock is large DauooiiT. RHEUMATISM. 99 Coart street; near Concert Hall Iost.

Dated J oe 17th, 1837.-46tfJUIDDLB 50 doz. bottles Porter and Cider. and well assorted, with such goods a are welladapted Tallahassee, June 22, 1835. 3u. THE excruciating pain-the decrepitude and also, by bit special appointment,.by' (
100 pieces best Cotton Barging. to the market. f. and the premature old age, which STiWART + BABNAJ
DIST-FRANKLIN 8UP. COURT. 100 eoil ,< Rope For particulars apply to R. J. Hackloy,or Hugh I TOTHE ASTHMATIC CONSUMPTIVE are ihc anal attendant ef the disorder; uonSarod
I
aisumpbit-summons Archer authorised pu'vjli.-iit! 0'iJ! fattf of ill 1),.iea.iI *..' from despair of a core er diappoinuneatui .
JAMES O. McCAVLETJAMCS 5 canes India Preserves my agent. T1E.mOIL many Tallahassee Feb.83123d,. 30DUMFRIE'S t..,
v. for 1000 damages-attacliroenl 10 barrels No. 1 Shad \ Wm. MANER. i) *;d j'ItIIhl CVna..intitp.imav I.i the-eftice CI ef tbe anmerons pretended aatidole

Y. SMITH. JAMES for$556 65, Lead Com, Brooms, Chocolate, Pepper AH- Tallahassee,Dec. 7, 1836. 18-tf generally oe 1rwel! tfl 1.4 1 'I,; Alarant 0 lo effect this purpoie. Bat those- who.have made a EYE W ATE

H. Ewixo < FatfiEaiCKW. j issued May 29, 1837. spice Putty, Demijohn, Preserved Ginger Currants A CARD. disorder, a Iirhtl'Ut. i t'eglcto&ic&l.: j J C.tIXI4Ofl. l luir trial. of" For sore or inflamed Eye,give i imut.1

.BECK WITH,(owaert of Returnable to No'em. ,Tamarinds, Door Mali; English Walnut, it appear that or, andred al.l/iny,/ L&aid fer I IIn. I Dr. JeW Celebrated L vnentt relief. On recent core eyes the afietiiotrry.

steamer Free Trader.) her Term, 1837. Cinnamon,Turpentine,imperial, Gunpowder, .and U mW 14 u" *die annually ; ii,I ccvrjumption. AJo7i oi t"cs\" I' even in case of longstanding, and of the most *erere .-Where tb.. complaint ha aSfl
in said suit and all others in in C result ,MX-J b'J to common tId received certain relief and *
defendant H y.on Teas.-Scotch Snuff botlle Caster Oil, atribalt. character have landing, and ia some eieeedlaf ass :
THE will take notice of the institution Optdildork, Vinegar, Spanish Brown lemon Sirup, N.. 60 WATER MEROHAN a negligent lf.it. \,*- *. bat ,*iJ iuu ,ht.tlen.raUyeol many bsv(; been cared ins few days, some in 24 unexpected and desirable relief 5* .

thereof*and of the inning of aaid attachment returnable Copal Varnish, Salmon 4c. &c. For aale low by the \hiU. M u1uaJIOlvJb: hoar! a* a number of peraon in Boatoa and view* the BM of tha water, alter ** .
services eye
to next November Term of aid court; G. H. &T.E.LINDENBERGER. Offers his to merchaDt of' Alabma. bratin;, pna in the i < ty, who were formerly afflicted with Rheumatism failed. Man 'who ksy
aid the declaration Gel cia and Florida, in purchase cerAted ,iolfot aid pea'nl: Antlitvatic at. tMtified. Certificate are ia the had. } POTOM
and that they appear plead to Tallahassee,Oct. S9, 1836 X-if Le oave very ally pot. it the beat prep ra&io..tor. ;
Ware and noonca
iled in Ibe said case, according to the statute in Merha.ndis. the purchasing and tacks, alt briag 0: Consumptive ay.pt.r.. On *aioc of the Proprietor,proving the moat thorough hav met with .pecia111 ia
,
JAMES U. COOK selecting ohrh stocks of goods,or in rtwo ned! in the of ?this Li: they ever.
och ease Bade and provided. Iril' doll elp (1.rc.I"t aM awpfiaiaf ewe bf mean o powerfal aea or inflaxnmatioa of long sta* B'
CHAR 8. SIBLEY, ) No. 100 BRoADWAY, New Tone, the long experience i in par- I DR. aBLVt ASTHMATIC 1'h.LS, NIMENT. i* eases wbaea.tksrapprovedapplica. elate a bottle' .
Alt for Alabama
Pllff
of
Dated J, D.flth WESTCOTT lSP Jr. J 46-3m y Between Pine and Broad Street, chasing*, he flatten goods himself that any, Georgia ordel entrusted and Florid and a little altcnticti to \!.cir ruc'y adrnmialra- I lloa! bad ettly (aited.DUMFRIES .' f.Na4 art| snuM laloat ",

May OFFERS for ale a full and romptau) assortment to )ttnwjltbe with station on part of those lion, trill usually bMire a mitibntion 0: these I REMEDY FORTHEFILESTh printed. wrapper, by tile aote .
him and usually fleet a cure. The !'il!jIr DEB immodiaU "(J .lrlO tbtel ",
Lei work recommend me. Cabinet Farnilire. consisting of Sideboard with who may.favor baie. dirde. proprktor.tea UmTt to'fftoomawid (which ,

Subscriber my having erected his MOp at marble top,do plaini Dreaaine Bureaux with naar- : Refer 1 MeL Oakford Whitmb and Il ID'f.! ar4. rfcctisI renicJy for the He doM wiMi OM fe3et oo5d.ee>..5g the M -",1IIHI
THE CeBtr Tabla both and Baldwin New Y rk. anti' necompanfr T nIMble ncMdMffcpowafcr this UoabkNOM' Mdpaiaiul Fee lib CeutiarB" i
Store ev Ailcys MiU, offers bis ble ad plain quart M"mptm preceding t. Cost strestVoeeed Hall$!VPi .
with 11.bfc Pier table do. : Porter, il>r coWs, iough, ampMftVW* t iaIe>4hIaiI. bses7iL ; ''
reuod DQ.iac'u.bIea TaUFlo-Wm
services to the public as a irst rate Qua Smith, tops .bm OtUlrt"JI. _
enics his ,b)
and is prepared to-do Fanners ptaJalioa work_ m stIll and .ii&1t Breakfast table of all p Flo.-Wra-. of brvatliio.'J, tightness and .vtnctuie doen it: MWt be his r-Jap-i.taM.. rSTSW AttT &BARt .

He also wd work oa Carriages or any other smith .it**, Bareau do. Sofa diii qualities,fashion and McKenfie.Irwinton. AIL.-.PrOtOa a N.h.e acres the, chest, whizing, pain i in the side, the IDI:VaTJitetil ttnmihfrfr thetk which to?ie is more is-

work ikt is a eesasfjto be cone lathe country. and price, Mahogany Choir' from $5 to tlO each, lam., Geo.29 1836. spitting of M.ol fff' Few cases can occur of comPlstt5awsnd the parp.media".for TalWuueee, March 13. H4 (N.

diligtne* diecbarging work, and Itocking Cbauf .f evert .ODi. Wanlrobesof Octobr 12I1r any alibis cln:> of ,lsonffJ in which the purchase p.psIar i.aocul 1*,ha appliesjiiss& -

"a B4BBjrs.t. .; *icairs to him liberal.bar, all uautieand sues, BeereUriet and Bookcase. *of.Dr. Kelfc' not nd-ra. rich hiLflt@Uy Fal dint., trxd'dht MkS.;* haida11
EBKR E4LI doLadi *'WorkTWetwitn Marble and, wood Cotton Gins. return fof thKir trifling expenditure. 'WHFried : .. : st1d .; -i. s'ut Oahi t**$ -

Mta. J.sSBo foaKty,,Jane 14.'- 46 up*.Mabop hjgli':IOI&apd Frtnch BeadateadJIUbIt SIX Iron frame cotton dig,from Bndntree ma -!-wW _bo*ot"SO pll*,,'lr1Jar! bOxes "- _j-Icw.J.--*_,to..OUt._ DOU.4JU.; wilt bgiveisJfl&1&,13'7 : ; ll' .
I L U' 5 ftlacK full "
1.
.1 tId.Lo :a Msortmtnt gt.Marks the .. ., '
; at is
cIeli-- "zlen
.
e.WANTED, Du'upw -, ... :. .' 7.t' .. .
Hair MaUram 'sd FeathBed together with Brig nasulaetarer'epnee. "C ''r Ai1- .. ; &l. Sf
.
'
WO A&W lt ,.bs,.sss lbs NtieiesI .t f" 1 ... : .. :
ITfl ffifent..to learn the Print. ayers article I aaceeaary. .to feniali a krna*. Term -.- #
JL 4;.,isf truaine**. Apply.. tomediaiely THIS OFPICE.at' 1Jbeiar.:' j* (M&td115tJa. 1117, IS-3m) NoYllt83. it4 LS&O L -;.lt.t\. :b f- tt .i"",. ..;.j : 'rot M..It.b1amW.D2f b'-,1.t BAlIN.RD6-.. .1 ,: "Jt1j; : .'H .'lit,r. ., 'Of t j'J'l"