The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: October 18, 1837
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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THE TEMP TEH. to my chamber than the pleasant odour of the 'Ah! my loui thy servant, h.itb neither gold 1 pray Otb 'e, 1 lest in the bitterneM of mjr wrath':

A'1 ALE OF JERUSALEM. young vines in tho spring season.' nor silver to bear"the charge. Could we I curse thee alto.' ;--

BV T- s. COVNE. 'I am,' said the abushed intruder, while a live like tho raven or the stork of the desert!" Rabbi Abimelecb, it i i. Mid 'the rata-gl-

It was approaching die eleventh hour; the roseate,blush overspread tho marble whiteness The objection had not struck \bimeleeh rious man ahull fall in the dare of iris;.ifm:-,

bus\ JIUIII of the holy City had sunk into comparative of her soft cheek and lofty brow, 'I am before; but he could not immediately con- heart.' The (ime' hath, come, and thou,

stillness, and save, stragling\ wayfarjrs as you may perceive, a stranger and a Gen- vert his'passion into money and his passion could'dt not stand,fast. .

and field' 'a ourers<< returning from their tile, unworthy to come beneath the roof of was too violent to admit delay. He seemed ] Recar/ art thou there shouted Abinae-: .

daily toil, few passengers were to be seen in the farfamcd Rabbi Abimelech, the words of perplexed and spake not, till Zorah inquired lech as he recognized in the speaker: hi

the sirects of Jerusalem.\ One midiHe aged whose lips are wisdom and whose precepts in a careless manner if his next door voice of the mendicant'to whom he badgifon -

man kept hit! scat in the WaterGate, look- are as pearls of great price. Nevertheless, neighbor was not tho rich (publican, Aaron alms at the Water Gato'on the previoui,

ing with placid smile along the rugged road let thy handmaiden find favor in thy sightandturn Ben Rabiat evening. Burning with rage, he seized the\

which lcd down to the valley of JehoRHphat, aside, I pray thee, unto my lodgings, ,It is even so,' replied the Rabbi, still mu- prophet .r evil by the throat; but the strength

a siler gerah was held between the fingers as which are nigh at hand, and let thy hand mai "mg: of the old man 'ar exceeded hit own,. and

in the act of giving an alms, but for some den rejoice in the light of thy countenance, 'Ani he hath, I Am toM. coffers filled with be flung him to the earth with a violence
whom it and in the sweet soiled! of thy voice. The lvkela of silver.' ..
minutes no object appeared on might ? pure hi h shook hg very frame.--Starting up he -
properly be bestowed. lie rose from his Rabbi, though!: surprised, at this novel address, 'It i is 6udIII..' brheld not the old beggar ofthe WaterGate,

seat, and gathering his flowing robo around felt a strange sensation tin ill through his frame. And shekels of gold, and pots of double nor the tempter of Zorah.-He was atone

hint, when the figure of an aged man totter- Gazing upon the Jovely speaker, his resolu Maccabees: and precious stones pearl not in the dungeon of a pris: .o, but ,in his

inir slowly up the stops, arrested his nltpntjon I tion began to waver, and almost unconsciously and Sardonyx! and .MrhnnMc.-t, more costly little chamber, with fa yellow harvest moon

.-The old nnn was meanly clad; and j he permitted himself: to be !ed out by his Ihan the jf wels 1 of hhl h piiest's breast :streaming through the lattice. Several min-

he leant feebly tm his staff to take breath, after '. unknown visiter. Proceeding at a rapid'pacetowards'the plaid! utes flapsed before he could convice himself -

'his toilsome ascent, his trlance rested u;>- j I western quarter of the city, theyat Hah !' fXflaimi'd Abimelcrh, as if n sudden thai the horrors he had undergone were

on the person of the sage Rabbi Abimelcch, length stopped before( a house of hand- I roy of IigIt' Ini"1 darled arrows" his mind!, but the airy paintings of a dream, and thenprostrating

who in tho some exterior, but which Abhuch'ch\ could ,.- oft himself the he
for it vis he sat gate distributing peals on ground, ex-

his daily alms to the poor, the hungry and the not remember ever having seen before. A 'A.-imn. lirn i Itahiat is stricken in years, laime.d, in the fullness of his heart 'It is a

wayfarer.Tho/ !I single tap at the door caused it to open, and and) h\('th ;horns.-iifhesareto him athe lesson from the Lord-I was proud of my

Lord direct thy goings; out and thy : the Rabbi still following his mysterious con- ilu-t of the ';nli; -There is a private way own Htrcnglh: and when the trial came I was

comings in,' said the Rabbi whh a self satisfied J ductor, entered a hall feebly lighted with a from thy hour to his.' I delivered to the Evil One.,

smile dropping the coin into the extended single lamp. Here she motioned foi him to Stop, top) ,* cried the agitated man, gra- From that day forth, tho Rabbi Abimelech

!I remain for u short time, and disappearing the of the walked in the \ of He bad
palm of the stranger. pinji! arm tempter convulsively path humility. experienced -

'Lo! I have tarried from tho ninth hour, '.r through a dark passage, the Rabbi was left I 'l\\\fllllcI'-tlhou1! anall I peril uy soulin the dangers of self-confidence;

until: the towers and pinnacles of the temple : alone to meditate upon the atrmtgo adventure I his clung! Zonili! Zorah! Thy words areas dud! he learnt to pity, rather than 'condemn
in which he
Irive thrown their dark shadows across the 1 was engaged.But pleasant to mine: ear as the murmurs of those, who like himself, had fallen in the
he had little allowed him for
hrnitk Cc-dron, even into the base of the re the falling/ waters in the de>art, but the bit- struggle with The Tempter.

;Mount of Olives: to bestow this last gerah off ]I I flection ere the heavy folds ofa curtain, which : leniess of Sarah. oven ihebillerness( of death

.rtv in an alms\ according to a vw which Ii I' over hung a small! door, wen partially withdrawn is in their 1loh'--nt'\'rtllt.lt'l's, in his also Horrid Mutiny! and Massacre.-We are
and fair I hand and
a sweet, soft voice
!ii id.! ? last Pentecost: and Lehold thou! art here I 1 will obey thee informed that Mr. Davis, mate of the barque

10 receive it.: i iI I I j invited him to enter lie approached, lifted 'Go atxiut it, then, instantly, said Zorah, Isabella, just arrived at N.Bedford, brings a
.j the curtain beheld) ) furnished
*1'r.'ci'1at* is the gift that cometh from llioKMft t up with, a superbly oil of Samaria. lising: thou knowest th-- private passage; in report that about 20 days prior to their -departure -
; perfumed
morn precious than the Arabian frank- ; apartment lo i the old miner's chamber. Take this weapon from New Zealand, a shockingevent
Mirrors of
itc: :*nand sweeter than the rich honey of j I polished hung round the --tliuu rn.iyest need it-:and when thou occurred on board thn ship Plough-

Hebron. If I mi 'ht know my Lord's name, t room elided, while the beautiful on a low couch! sat or rather re- hast secured( the treasure, return quickly huh boy, Capt. Brown, of this port-the partic-

my bt-art wotiLF tint forurt it when I lift my I shune, wiih stranger, whose charms er, and all\ things hall be read) for our ulars of which are thus related. In orderto
ireu to ih- Ruler of Israel said I now splendour fir; surpassing any .
prayrs fhiiht.Abimelerh.! complete the crew of the ship three natives -
the Rabbi could
thing imagine1 of mortal mould.He .
tt.* stranger rel: l 'ctfolly.'I whoso scruples had by thisentneiy of New Zf aland were employed, who
essayed to speak but the words! dwelt
.im culled the Rabbi Abimelech! ,' upon vanished, -,t as no le&a eager than having; taken efience at the treatment received -
his She #
: lips. him to take
He wh-! ,m men term the sinless?whose beside her. lIe a st-at his ilnietuouutstress, to accomplish the from some of the offices, revenged themselves -

voice is as the ighing: of a war horse in the obeyed tremblingly: but the! tee! h he ran with incredible peed throughthe by murdering two of the hands, and
gentle, assuring smile which she cast
temple whose works arc "' 01of: righteousness him, at once banished his timidity, and upjn he now s-iloni ..tHa IS, and quickly rR:,ohcdhs barbarously wounding a third. These at-

--vio: clothes the naked,--who feeds the suflcred his to wander in unrestrained own dwelling. Lighting; a lamp, lie entered rociies were commuted at night The natives

hungry, and -;h'eslm to the tenth part of freedom over eyes those voluptuous beauties till : a !private passage which in limes of dangd being forward, first beheaded a sea*

his liublilancur asked the stranger.'The the !became had been contrived between ties two hou- man who wild on the watch, a boat _steerer.
sight painful with .
same,' answered the self-glorified( delight.A M-S, and in a !V.w moments, fou.id himself in in the gangway noise, and going forward
luxuriant of fruits
repast, figs, apricots,
;Ribbi-and let me pray of thee, thy name, olives and the clnmber of Rabiat. to ascertain the cause received a terriblecut
and in what city thou art a'dw-lIer11! peiT-Cgrannatcs, intersper1sed Around him lay coders! filled with gold from a hatchet, deeply into his shoulder]
with of honey cakes ofDamascus
.Vlas!' answered the stranger, 'I am a reproach pots and bananas pure of Rosetta with E- and silver coins, and! caskets charged with the man at the wheel was next attacked,
!i\rt"d.; and is de tlut trembled with varied the with and
to my my name a prtcious Atones pierced through body a pear,
gyptain and crystal vases, in which the
filemont tu the lips if an Israelite.! rich wine syrup of Holbon sparkled:! with but incessant lustie in the sickly beams of fell dead through the skylight. Those below

'Unfortunate man! in what: had thou-offcu- was spread before him. tcmptmgIJfi1HancJ' the lamp he brre. He raised one jewel box being thug aroused on deck, and found

led again-tthe law.* to his eye to examine it more clost'Iwhen, that theeo murderers had cut a drift all the
"Fairest of the d lughtcrs of men, I
'In this thin; I have offended. Behold, I crave thy name, and that of thy father's may! Clipping from his fingers it fell t., the floor boats, in one of which they were endeavoring -

went forth at the last vintage; season into the j. house aid the Rabbi, addressing his unknown with a loud! crash, and ho next moment the to make their escape. One el" the 'natives -

vineyards, and the vintagers: were (pressing, t:: companion. alarmed miser rushed 1 to the apartment. Sec- was shot by* th" e on the ships deck

and the red wine ran into the vats, even the.! .My: name H Zor.ih!' replied the damsel i i.g a stranger nt such an hour in the sanctuary but he others got oils mxl, morning' threeofthe

red wine of Lebanon-and, being weary with I of the god of his idolury he uttered a bouts were picked up, together with
i i My lathe i i.; one "f time children of hmacl: ,
the toil and heat of the day, I was tempted, I an abider in the desert the fame lithe sag piercing scream, and throwing himself upon tne dead body of the native. The name of

and iu foolishness I did drink the wine, which i Abimelech has reached; unto tho borders ol I the rubber, grabbled him with utm*>t &upr- ono of the murdered seamen, is stated to be

sho\ld\ have been an abomination unto me, the wilderness, and behold, the heart of thy. natural strength. Vair.ly did Abimelerh attempt John Coles, of Nantucket the other was a

seeing that lama N-iziritc: from my youth.' !handmaiden was moved to see the man of I I to escape from the old man's grasp, native of Denmark, name not given-nor is

Tlio scrupulous Rabbi shrunk from the de uhoso wisdom all nations spake." I or to still his screams, ev cry moment in'rea-I that of the wounded man reported.- [ "
Israelite as from a tainted leper and he heard the of
graded Lovely: Zorah!' exclaimed the enamoured sed his danger, steps persons tucket Enquirer.
elevating! his brow said with a sanctimonious ascending: he stairs: not an instant: was:
wisdom has become withered
air 'the of the wise man is pleasant but age my as Zorah had
way to be lost; the daer; which given
before and the about
thy beauty strength! Netcspapers.There are now one
grass ;
the feet of the fool treadeth in the mire.' him was in his girdle, he drew it and pistil
of heart is dew in the of hundred
consuming light thousand two established
my newspapers -
Stop, said the stranger, as the Rabbi was god it into the heart ot'the old man. A pier-
ihino. eyes. Suffer nitto be unto theeeven in the United States, from which are
'Is it not also that the vain \
duput ng. glorious fhiit'k through the chamber, and
as Boaz was unto Ruth, and to love tl.ee cirii' rung i issued, at moderate calculation, one hundred -
man shrill fall in the snares of his opro'JI1 \ n the utifoilunate Aaron Ben RabiU; full lifeless -
with the love \\heiewilh Jacob loved Rachel. rr.illior.! ; printed tueels :;mllv, which
heart Ribbi Abimelech life has
-- thy of
.,u the floor. Instead prow idto; ; for
if in continuous sheet, would reach four
been righteous, but fire hath not tried one
yet his the Rabbi stood petrified
safely guilty
Zorah smiled at the earnestness:: with times from pole to pole, and if embodied ina
nor water purified thee. Sec that. thou stand with honor the body of his
over quivering
fast when the time comcth.' which those words wen uttered and (filling: book form would be equal ,to issuing six
tins life
At these words the stranjrcr, with more a- the cup, prevented it to (he delighted Rabbi, |1 udim Irom his, watching side in:a bubbling tide.stream swelling' volumna as large as the bible every minute

i who instinctively shrank Ii om the dangerous in the .
lertness than his seeming feebleness indicated, I year.Beautiful."As ,
When the attracted the
by publican's -
libation, but Zorah could not be ci,'nied.I I persons
turned into obscure while Abimc- j
an street, made
I 'Urge me not fair damsel,' said he, 'I have screams, entered the room, he bothlegs
lech the I ostrich
of the the
po dering on warnings strange I but surrendered himself uaes
no attempt to escape,
] a vow ; the of the vine until the
nun, tooL his wa*' towards his dwelling. On I against juico quietly into their hands. lIe was instan- and wings when the Arabian courser

reaching his house Abimelech rethcd to his next new moon.Zoiah'.s hurried and amidst the re.vilings presses on her rear, as the winged lightnings
I I ly to (prison,
own clumber. It was a small closet or rr countenance f:.11. and the big; tear of the crowd, was plunged into a dark poi I leap from the heavens when the Eternal has

atory on the house top, furnished in a style +, hun.t; tl euiblilig' Oil her d< ik i-c's silken I await tl.e of unbound their bolts, BO does a little niggerrun
1 some dungeon, to ignominy a
of simplicity bordering upon rudeness, and its j I lash. Abirmlerh, torn mill conflicting p.iI 1 trial uu the following day, in the sight ot thai like the devil when a big dog is after him.
col 1 cheerless increased eion passed .has ;ii yi .nouiid her w.li-t, an J Ji
appearance was by 1! bcfme whom he had set himself
people up
the dim There Mill however i drew 1 h'-r unrestii! ly to his. bosom; he felti
twilight. was as an example! of righteousness. Dashing \Ve learn from last night's Commercial
I the quick puUe ul her heat throb ajjaiiisi
sufficient light. for Abimelech to distinguisha i himself the earth he writhing in bitter Elizabelhtown N. J.
: on : lay that a fire broke out at ,
his bet tt ell! Ins I I.
female ; w.uin Ighs i upon i-in- ,
figure standing in a thoughtful attitude j i the hour of his birth and
( agotiv, cursing yesterday morning, at about three o'clock
tlie' j and the perfumed \\ tie p ut ln I lips, :- Ins
in tf the A rich !
centre apartment. i led his
n j the tltalmadnt'ss which had till six
steps which was not extinguished or eight
cmild 1
J man btrenjlh !>I..t 1,0 IUII-IIT-lie
mellow ;
ray fell upon her shape, which ex- I' r- j !ntn tl\.e paths of virtue,.; when suddenly a stores were destroyed. The )los is estima
.'t'"lz'd the iUI h
\\ ltc IIId-, al a
ceeded in the usual standard of her cup cCSIH/
height his he look-
of! illuminated prison The fire
nt) light ted ar from $20,000 to 25000.
fciiiih drab;!ht quatFed it to the l' ittoin. His
sex, but was so exquisitely proportioned us broken, and having former i ,.d! u--it; \va- Zorah. Her eyes' dark orb broke out in !Mr. Townl 'y'8 store,: and extended
COle zeal nothing
to convey an idea graceful dignity only to j shone with nndimUhrd lustre but there house.
still: ; to Mrs. Wilson's large brick;
to or tear draught followed lira, ht'in
hope ,
the beholder. Her she turned it mg
eye, as up- th smile curled her elevated
was in : proud Gazette. -
on Abim tech, seemed dark and lustrous, and.I quick succession, till, his fi'Jthed checks andsparkling I hit; an expression of demoniac triumph .

her smite was a sunbeam upon the bosom of eye bore evidence that he waanolonger I llablii's blond. Hiilma
"-'' .iuIc!l d the -
this tit! Tva'?r'<. The Rabbi stive! nintinrfas un
Jr lie Zn bv b : ;t.l Z*>i -i !' .,. be.eH j in'u inni II', h. cxcKiiu.ed Arena. oflh ,26tb. instant says: "We -we'reshown
IIV T l ta; :('re f lad! iK'Jjt-M\ s.. riit.ch !beau- ( ati: ; < n > '
t I "tsar-" t b-j hlla--I 1 have don thy week twelve bars ofgold'c h-
Jove (to tlnit tbl.lo\' win-I tlfulc tempiei. :
f."t'W. ; IHJ.n .I 7 i: l'I'f i in I ti.A'ii'ill;J, ;ti.d ,111 I I is a.s ( ih-
lidding: and! !;.! inllf'c'e'f' blood is upon my 1800 dwts and qfvthe value 'onbiluteo
( .
jnovi.il rise Jjui i fwd in jij. vein. Ai j lenth | not quench hot in.in) tt.i'.e di"-j \ ii Thou ,

lie ';'"11'1 I tvtrtl!, to.xpr'3 '11,' ;v ( Uiil fly0 thy ; ha -11-, I ant OJ-okeu and trodden under foot nineteen' hundred dollars, the result of the

'" : 'F -"!."j"1< i 1.I.g, I. .d"I"! 1"1-\ -- '71.11. 1. ,. .dll"fI:1) H-- I !lk: .1 d '!fitt'tl 'h/ll/ ?. Thcop of -nv pr/e.,!. t Jut I .nonth'd work atthe. Culpepper,. 'Mine! ,
I '0.1') '

-- -, ......-: ....' some pieces"of old meat and thread.; tbe'e ,tit of the young-Duk .de'Bordeaux, under; '.- ". Carr" caocat tt6e..8rmbt"Pdr c*.

THE FLO.RIDIAN e l he carried to the door.,and distribiitedamong: the( 'pleaor preaching Jtpriijt o(the faabMrat .., .WASH!S ; co c 5; 1897.
his _ire''und'.1% children; who;'',took" ,.them it*.readers.; ''''T/be/ ,defcrKir.wai.' that the # Since! 11w passage or .tlri jtMt.,Divorce
a4.TJUl&1g Im8a with remarkable complacency." engraVing had.beea Bubmiued: &"the :eo.of; Bill;the Senate* hate ipraetbbj"" EV..Uiwre;

- and had received his Sanction,'but it appear prior to that," the duties were. iactst anr...:
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER. 'is.CO" 1837.- GRATITUDE An Edrad.-I rememberonce ed that the"original feature of the duke,bad That body has now,1ittte business toperfect.

Having been solicited by a number of our i that a Philadelphia merchant many been concealed.under a large beard, suchas few bills of roomer t, it we",except the Wltaregulate ,

friend to bliilh'the Flondian cenri-weekly, we 'ars_flgo, whose wealth and importance is worn by young men. sometimes in the fees,of the District Attorney .far
p the with in its were only equalled ry the goodness of bis France; and, after the censorship was undergone theee trying limes. ,"and the bill relatiojr(9.
commence experiment Should sufficient our paper heart and the purity of his principles, rescu- bis beard-was removed, and the features : the banks of ow poor devoted-DMtriei. Today -.
present form. encouragementoffer ed a mechahu* from the clutches of poverty. of the young prince were ca"ily recog- petitions were presented'oa these fruit
we shall enlarge our ,sheet and 10 and what was worso in those days, the nized. The editor, however, was allowed ful subjects! Domestic Slavery Slavery is
publish every Wednesday and Saturday,al least lands of the sheriff. The son of the mechanic to escape from the consequence of his ingenuity the District of Columbia, annexation of

during the business season. This arrangement was.young, but old enough to know,I ,under the plea, that as beards had Texas,,&c. &c. These things alwaysre-
will subject us to some additional expense; but his father' benefactor. Many years after gCitne out of fashion rince the engraving was ceive the contempt they merit, i. e.. Were
his not contemplated to increase the price of the this the merchant fell into 'difficulties, and at finished, (ho artist possessed the right of ro- laid on the table.

paper. Our advertising customers will be bene the most trying moment, when all his former touching and perfecting bis work. 1: ,Mr. Robbins, from tho,Committee on Post

fitted by the change, and it is upon their favors friends had forsaken him, mechanic's SPAIN. Offices and Post Road, teportod the bill.to

we in a great measure depend for sufficient son, now compaiativcly wealtbly, stepped An express was teceived from Paris, with secure the payment in, advance of postage
support to enable us to make the arrangement forward to his relief. "I am much indebtedto i telegraph despatch dated Bayonne, Au. on all ExprcsH Mail letters ; this.wijl hardly
permanent. you," said the merchant. .' By no means'* gust 23; announcing the resignation or ,the pass this session. The object, believe. to
said the other, I have only paid the debt Spanish ministry.:: -A royal decree dated be, to secure members from imposition-'

E-:,C'H12 if 1:0 tHl.I b !!. which my father contracted at the corner of 1 the ISth gives the new cabinet as follows. Persons supposing theso letters by express
a'a R =y ;- Chesnut street thirty years ago, when I was Espnrtero, president of the council; Don mail *o go free, have subjected their representatives -

s 2"-: ;l : ,A. '""!. -p.r..: 0.h7nF just old enough to know the cause of my I Pedro Chacon, minister of the war department to very great expense, and hence
A; '.= .sa_ Jn S'i9 poor mother's tears" The merchant: grasp- ad interim; Barda:6. of state; Yadillo, the necessity of some such law.
? nII cd his:: hand and burst into tears. of the interior; Salvato, of justice; Pizarro, The Senate adjourned over to-day until
Q Norfolk Gazette. I finance and Gen. of the Monday. Some relaxation from
3-gJ2 So Tho Brown | [ i of ; San Miguel, their arduous
c : navy, ad interim. All, except Senor Bar :: duties was indispensable. The different

IS W: I I 2sU .... ;-i; "ro. Wyatt The Peculiarities of our climate.-An unusual daxi members of the Cortes tribes of Indians treated our citizens yesterday
eeaweoc i ** O c change took place in the weather at The Carlists had evacuated Segovia, leaving lo a rand Wuf D no-. The **piinted ; -

!1 OD__p *. eS J Bannerman 3I Vewburyport on Monday. In the morning, their sir-k and wounded, and were moving DeviU" showed lo the mixed multitudeof
(0 C at daybreak, the mercury indicated 36( degrees : toward the interior:' Castile. both ,iexetheir naked hrlhvny limb and

I I w K> 5 M: 'Fm- M. Gibson ft only four above the freezing point. At I Madrid was tra?qul.: Don Carlos was in mu.srular proportions. With nil their frightful
tooooto M fDS noon it had risen 76, showing a rise of 40 degrees I the environs:: of Cam.uill.ts: on the 16th. contortions and savage yells, and more

I v oo c t: ::;; N. w Walker |. in eight !hours. PORTUGAL than semi-nudity our women exhibited nothing
the natural rubs
beyond of their cheeks.
S Advices to the 20th from Lisbon: had
w I .... );:; ; r James Stewart Receipt for Pickling Ripe Tomatoes. Let been received. The insun ccti"n'had neither HOUSE OF'flEP ESENTATIVES.'fJlUr .
C"I your tomatoes lie in brine four and twenty I prevailed r.or jecn put down nor had anything D.\T, Oct. 5.
v I :S i.... eo cn w W. M. Randolph sS hours, then wipe them dry, and putthem ,! of importance taken place except a Mr. llayne., of Goo'rgia, moved to reconsider -
=' in a jar or tub in the following manner; to partial change ministry.:: Lisbon! was tran ho vote liy which a resolution was
o I w_ MM C10 G.E.Dennis '-cSGO one bushel tomatoes add 1-lib.1[ cinamon, 2 adopted, calling fur information in legard to
iI ounces mace, 2 ounces cloves, 1 Ib spice, 1 quil.The marquis of Sal lanha, at the head of I the exploring expedition. Postponed.On .

I m MW *S B. G. Thornton quart mustard seed, half a dozen peppers, half about 600 revolutionists was at Cimbr, his motion of Mr. Howard, 10,000 copiesof
a dozen onions cut in slices, placing the tomatoes progress towards the Spanish frontier having lh.: correspondence between_ this govern-

I ; to c ::: <* .-"., D. Williams and spices layers alternately;this done I been checked by a battalion! of ministerial.. ment and that of Mexico, were "ordered to
cover them with scadding vinegar, and in a ists. The charierisls stilt! held Valenca, the be minted.
CONGRESS.-A joint resolution passed the Sc few days they will be fit for use.-Auburn besieging forces not having, : been able lo effect NATIONAL BANK.

Date and House of Representatives to adjournon Journal. a breach for want of heavy artillery. The unfinished business of the morning
Monday last, the 16th inst.Ye have no -- Vi-count Sa da Bnndcira the prime minis hour was taken up. viz, the resolution from
advices later than those .we publish in another Naval Court Martial.-The trial of Com- ter had returned to Oporto fur the the purpose the Committee on Was and Means, declaring .
column, from the correspondence of the Charles; modore William Ramsaj', on a charge ofneg--I of procuring cannon. that: it is inexpedient to establish a
iect of duty, which took place at Gosport Duke Terecira had National Bank.
top Patriot; but the opinion generally prevails 'I Th pone with about -
that the measures adopted will be the issue of July and August last, resulted in a finding of I 500 persona miry of them of high dis- I The question being on the motion of Mr.
treasury notes-the postponement of the : guilty; and the court sentenc.d! tin accused tim-tinn: to join !M.ir.-hal Saldanha and the :, Sargent to commit the resolution to the committee -
pay I to be reduced in rank, so as to be placed at ,i
of the whole.l Mr.
chnrtcrists. Numerous desertions of the Bynutn opposedthe
ment of the f.urth instalment of the surplus re the foot of : I
the list of commanders.
troops were also takinrz place, and the cause motion, and said (the gentleman from
venue due the states,-and a further extension The I
sentence was approved by the the seemed be the last ia house
of chartcriats to gaining Pennsylvania was man the
of the time cf of bonds.
payment duty of the President
Navy but the -
disapproved by
ground. who should wish to protract the debate, after
/ and Commodore R-amsuy: !I.,,e, l"n ;I ,
HANOVER. been for three in
GEORGIA I2i.ECTio.tT. lie rcuuus ufiiic dec restored! to duty.
tion in this state, as we I learn by the Macon The King appears to have given up his speaking! on the subject, without any roljc
Messenger, arc from eighty three counties NEW k'oRK, October 5. purpose of setting astdj the assembly of the to him. Mr. B. spoke vehemently again
which give Gilmera majority of9F5 votes. The LATE FROM: EN LAND. Stains, ;ind abolishing the constitution of panic makers, hank ;Influence, and,"rag'ba:=

remainingcounties to be heard from are Appling- Tho packet ship England, Capt. Waite, 1S33. The English: ministerial papers say rons." He denounced the Pennsylvania
Baker, Irwin Lnwndes, Montgomery, Thomas, arrived this morning: from Liverpool, hence he has only made! a fool of himself. bank of tie: United States, for sending Agents -
she sailed on the 4th of September. Our ITALY AXD SICILY. to Europe to interfere with our commerce -
Ware which in 1835
and gave Schley m:j()
rity of600, and Gilmer 379. It is believed that files of London papers are to tho evening cf i Order was re-established in Messina nnd : then', and said it wat-.J moat arrogant
and and in Palermo the and hi h-bund'-d inca'tireIle wished to
the 2d.
Gilmer will be elected by about 1000 majority. we are indebted to Captain Syracuse most perfect ,
Walt for a London paper of the 3d. .tranquility! prevailed.! The cholera has know where i its prouuinlion was to have ui
The political complexion the Legislature is
It will be seen that the cotton market has made its appearance in Sardinia. Therewas limit.
not ascertained. The Whigs claim a majority been active at an advance of from 1-8 to 1-1 a report in Paris that a ship under Sar- : Mr. Cushman believing he said, that
in the Senate and admit a Van Buren majority per lb. dinian colors laden with munitions of war [ there !had been 'discu siun enough on ibis

in the House. GREAT P.IT.Ui. (or Don Carlos, had been seized by order of mailer called lor the previous question

The New Orleans Bee of the lOtli states that The King and Queen of Belgium arrival the Sardinian government. Mr. ilnynco moved fur u call of the House: ,

the health ef the city is rapidly improving. The at Windsor, on the evening of August 30, en STORMS SWITZERLAND.. an'cdtu.: One hundred und ninety member -
citizens are returning from the north, and business a visit to their niece, Queen Victoria. Tin'\ The! Swiss papers of the 22d of Annu-t, ,* answering to their name, the call was
King of Wirtenbtir!h embarked for flam- ar>. filled with accounts of a succession: of suspended.The !.
is quite brisk. One of the theatres i is in \1
burgh on tho same day. I violent storms, which laid waste ten districts demand for tae previous questionwas
operation, _nd others will shortly. Few
open Another breach has taken place in the of Switzerland during the first two weeks of seconded, SG to 83.
new cases of fever are reported. 'Thames tunnel, and the "great bore" was I I the mouth of August. In some of them the I The main question wus then ordered to

Ova CITy.-The last few days our city has: filled with water in a few hours. The aperture I i I harvest and vines were completely destroyed be put, by the rastin; vote of the speakerthe -
assumed quite a lively appearance. Many of was small, however, and the tunnel filled I'' by hailstones; in others evcial buildingswere :: vote being being 101 to 101.
our citizens have already returned, and others so.slowly that the workmen had rburdanl .- set on fire by lightning; and torrents, The resolution was agreed. to-Yeas 123
time t lo Immediate formed occasioned dreadful inun nays 91.
escape. measure suddenly
Ire daily arriving. The general good health 01|
were taken for stopping the leak, by sinking dations. The Emmenth.il, in the canton of TREASURY NOTES.
the during the summer, has induced an
place bags of clay, and on the 30th August the Berr.e was the district which suffered most. The House resumed the consideration of
earlier return than usual. The fall business has
writer had been so far pumped out that the Similar storms occurred almost simultaneously the bill to authorize the issuo of Treasury
commenced. New cotton Is in
already coming tunnel could be enterred a distance of GO in the adjoining parts of France, the notes.
briskly and notwithstanding the difficulties in feet. Thevork was to be resumed as soon I Grand Duchy of Baden, and Wirtemberg.A Mr. Rhett renewed bis amendment to sub.
the commercial community, we understand that liS the tunnel could be cleared of water and I number of persons perished eithei b; stilute bills! receivable for Treasury notes
a good business will be done this season. Our the loose soil that had run in. lightning: or were drowned in the torrents.In and spoke at length in support of the mo
banks, we hope, will come in to the aid of the A lighter laden with pun-powder, blew up I Fritiurjr, Aragan, Scbaffhausen, and tiun. .
merchant, and render that assistance which the in the Th.irnns, on the 24th of August, near 'j Berne, alii the vines were completely rava- 31 r. Fletcher of lUau, spoke against tho
times demand and justify. Woolwich, by which Maltese brig alongside ged by hail, which in Soh.itThausen was larger bill, aj unnecessary for the wants i,f the

convention of which the lighter was moored, was then hens' eggs. At Guiuigal; in Berne Treasury notes, and, finally, as being of(
which assembled at Augustaon torn to pieces and some lives were lost. there fell hailstones weighing upward of hall'a doubtful constitutionality.Mr. -
the 16th inst: is likely to be very generally of Parliament Parmenter
The meeting was expectedto pound each. The largest and loftiest trees replied. ,
attended. The rect trade to Europe is favourably spoken ol A letter from 1\1r.Wultorn; at Caiio, by the roots; tho wind blew with such violence | ject of the condition of the country.
throughout the south and south west, and delegates gives the strongest assurranres of the great that the rain fell almost horizontally.

have been appointed to the convention benefits to b-j derived from the improved Tho thermometer (Reaumur) descendedfrom WHAT is THE WORLD COMING TO ?-The
from nearly all the large cities and towns south plan of communicating with India. Letters 22 to 14 degrees: Most of the bridgesand Maysville Sentinel say, that in the town of
of the Potomac. The citizens of Augusta have which left Falmouth on the 3d of July had dykes were carried) away in the Emm n- Angelica, Alleghany county, eighteen mart

organized committee of twenty four persons lo been despatched from Suez, for India on the ihal.by the swollen torrents, which floated riages bad recently taken place during. one. .
extend the hospitalities of the city U delegatesfrom 22d, a degree of expedition never before e- down enormous musses: : of wood, and wrecksof week.
other places.Respict qualled or even thought possible.A barns and Louses. Five inhabitants of
V I P I I steam frigate waste launched at Bristol the valley lost their lives, and many were Oysters for the Far Wett.-Vtlu, could
for vfieet.-The Newark Advocate on the 31st August; described as with- wounded or missing. Several stables, wilh have suppof eel T&N years ago, that such wouldbe
Ohio, it clothed in mourning for the out exception one of the finest vessels: in the the cattle they contained, were swept away the intercourse between the Cast and the
death of Mrs. Nancy Briggs, wife of the English service.It by the inundation; 30 houses were converted West, that 'oyster*-fresh and good as 'when
Editor of that Journal. is stated in the London Glohe that into heaps of ruins, two saweries disappeared( taken out of the water in Chosapeake Bay-
Indian Character.-A chief, on his return more than 14,000 nrc now in prisonfor and all the with the '
persons rest, together mill were would be had in this city, in FOUR days from
crfmibe! payment, called at one of the debt, in England.nnd Wales.FRANCE. rendered unfit for use; in short, Upper Em- Baltimore! Yet Itch; is the fact, but let those

taverns and and partook! of a splendid dinner, menthal, to an extent of about rive leagues, who doubt, if such there are, go and see, and
asking obtaining almost every luxury in The half-fashionable, half-political Carlist presented nothing but a mass of graver and judge for themselves, at the Bank Exchange
the city. After bn had finished, he stepped journal La Mode, was brought, in the felled The
per trees. amount of the damage suf- where we are told,there are other gocd thingsin
to the bar paid bit bill, and gave the land. son of its ediior, M. Wulsb before
the tri- fered by this single district is estimated at a abundance. But and judge fcr youtj
lord 25. cts, for which be said be wanted' bunal of police, for having published a per 1.000/XlOf. aelvosVit. cianati fog

Advertiser 1 .
> - -

that the; ctop.'are coming in bountifully LARGE MAPS OF MISSISSIPPI '- NOTICE. -- ---:. ..No'rscE., f.:0 ..

ststw the western of the' stale, find AND ALABAMA. SIX weeks after date, I shall apply to the Judge SIX weebztrurd&teI': J&4J *J) ttotb8 Ha.-
la part the and Indian Lan Is 'In the County Court of Leon county, for let- of the County-Cortf Mecca fcoontt, fat
prices are begtnuiag to fall rapidilPota- I SHOWING land ers of adminiMr Ilion on the estate of Helen Davidson letters of adoiininraiioa upset die estate of Joseph

toes are down to 25 cents per bushel, and it streamy 4-c. engraved) *,from the districts government towns lips sur-, dec'd., late ol said county. Harley deceased, late otsithf co IlIty; j**.*" --P
is expected will soon be as low as 12 1-2 veysanJ plats in the general land offic-, Washington JOHN- S.TAYLOR.Sept. JOSEPH F. C.HARLEY.Bept,16 '
9 1837. 5-6w 1837. '
teal- Butter is from 12 to 15 cents, and city, by Gilman, drau'hlaman in the general ,

from four to six cents. The poorer land.office. NOTICE. NOTICE..
will not the coming year buy one F. TAYLOR, bookseller, Wasliinion\n City.. h:!IX Week after dale the subscriber will[ makeapplie.uio" ALL persons baring:demands .*lnitW estate
classes has just pubiishe.1: land secure I the right accordm
flour five crpy. to the Hoo. Judge of the CUUDtyCourt William Bryan, deceased, late Jteksoa
f.ftbpir a price exceeding
will b
to Uw) the ahomll's., whirl: =
pound of Leon Cou sty, for letters of administration county,are requested to present them imnedjauly,
dollars a barrel. found nfinitety more coraplcio accurate than on the estate! of Francios Drereux, dCCf'.4 cJ. pioputiy authenticated,and those indebted to mike
d. ) ,
any brTOiofore publish They are published on
CHARLES liECKSTlF.N. payment to _
separate sheets; each containing nearly six square September 9th, 1837. 5-6a : iMARTHA P. BRYAN Adm'x.
Stage ..lcddt7&I.-A stage between Frank- foci, and will be forts I especially useful aid valuable ELIJAH BRYAN Adm'f.

fort and Louisville, was upset the 24th ult. to those interested in the lauds of either sa'f, LOST, shout the 25th ult.. a GREYHOUND Sept. 16, 1337. 6-6w

the latter town. The driver jumped ofT ns they show every item of information which is in ,of the PCI cian breed,-color pale yellow: '
near the him had of: the possession of the land office, relative to watercourses very delicately formed--bi d on a chain collar with NOTICE. '
and receiving stage upon tow ship lines, Indian lands and reservations "Goids'xiioiigh" engraved on it, and corner to the persons holding claims against the estate

his legs fractured. Most of the passengers land districts. Sfts and will be found perfectly nnrneof"Dudu. A suitable reward will be paid ALL Genre Cadwcll, late of Jackson county,

were bruised, some severely. On the same accurate nnd precise in these points.' They can for her return in me. J. H. RANDOLPH; dece 's-.'d, ale required to present them duly! authenticated

day a stage coach of the Bardstowrv line, full be sent l lIy mail llo any patt of the United Slates,. _Fept. 7lh, 18S7. 5-tf within the time prescribed by law,or

in the streets of Lou- ulyoct only to single;: letter postage. Price two I this notice will be plead in bar of their recovery.
of passengers, was upset dollars! or three copies of either will; be sent by NOTICE. Those indebted to said estate are required to make
isville. Several of the passengers were severely retail: for five dollars. A liberal: discountill be weeks after date, application will be made immediate payment to the subscriber.ALEX. .
injured. made to travelling agents, or tj any who buy 10 sell the Jud__e of the County Court for the coun- TURNER, Adm'r.

aain.itZT'EJitors- ty of Lean, fjr letters of adminisuation on the estate Sept. 15th, 183;. 6-2m
of Newspapers any where, who of ti.c late Kedar
F-otn the Virk;bur; Sentinel anJ Expose, Scpt. "ill gh'c, the above ndvertr'tnerit, int'huH,';; this Vann.HORACE V.NN. MULES FOR SALE.THE .

Lynching.-This incarnate demon of outrage nnti'-c, one or two insertions, slull receive by return Sept. 9, 1f37.' 5-Gw Subsciil-er! offers for sale a team of six

violence and hloo 1 still continues to disgrace in.ul a copy of each map, if they will send o. rate t.1 UL.8. They lire yoan?aDd well

unhappy It is only a few 'opy o|'the pipor: containing" it, to the advertiser.A GROCERIES. broke. The wagon (madeby Watson of YorkPt.)
our country. tiffust 2G, 1 IS: i7. 11 ; have just received from New" Orleans and the gears may also be purchased.BAKER .
weeks since humanity was shocked by a most \' .- of Bacon, Claret Wine, Madeira JOHNSON.

atrocious and revolting outrage, inflicted by NOTICE Wine, Pickle, Whiskey, 4c which we will sell Tallahassee, Sept. 1st. 1337. 4-tf

those sanguinary spirits of Inrharism, the JIX.weeks after d,.te, application will be made l low fur cash.G. I
Saunders K5 to tin* Judge of the C-aunty Couilof the count}. II. 4- T. E. LIXDENBERGER. NOTICE.
of Mr.:
Lynchcrs, on the person a of Leon, fur Kn.er: of administration ..n the estate July 29. H37. 51 WILL nt a proper lime apply to the Hon.

Madison county in this State. These enemies ol the late Elii 'h Harvey, of said eOllu1}'. I Judge of Leon County Court, to be appointed

of the peace of society, of order, I Irwami A. FORMY: UUVAL.S NOTICE. Guardian for John D. Sanders and Saroe E. Sand -

nvilizition! : drained respectable planter '-p.1.23: 1817. 7__ JT> H. DAVIDSON & REUBEN SCOTT "rs, as they and the.r effects are without protec
and mutilated jLtt/* ale my ugciiis U> transict any business of lion. Alio, at the same lime, application will be
the bosom of his' family -
from AlJMINISTK YTOK'S NuTICE. I mine in G.ididen county. Mr.l Davidson: is also authnr made for John D. Sanders to be bound out until he

him in the most brutal mw'lcr--maim-. 4 LL persnn- hiving t; aims against! stale :2-jd to receive and jr.iy fIe debts of the late firm is twenty years or age. S. J. RUSSELL.

ing\ (him most inhununly, besides cutting ofT] _iL c.f fie lute S. S 1'eelilcue rf'quett'd in pre linn of IKunsoli and \VilJir. Sr pt. l3, 1837. 7-6w

his nose and ears and scarifyiii!! his body to sent them lu ,be'nh-crib rproperly autlicnticatcd.,,, j' M'\l. II. VILDER.
cr.bd 1. w.ll be, 1st August, J 1837. 5:.6n1 MARSHAL'S SALE.
the I within the time pre- oy '\v, o. thy I Apabrhicol.i, ;
of this,
the ribs! \, believe subject
very I b.lrr.d of ncoverv virtue of a writ of fieri facias, issued out
foul outrage still drags; out a miserable existence "ALTX FORMY DUVAL NOTICE. By' the Superior Court of the Middle Districtof

-an object of horror and of pity. Last Adm'r ol S. ::=. IVeblcs, dcc'd O LL }persons indebted to .he estate of WilliamLee Florida, in and for the county of Leon, returnable -
-11.. late of Leon countydeceased arc requa'.t'd -
week a club of Lynchers amounting to font S.-.t; 23: 16 t7. 7_ ; to November term, 18a7, in which John H.
t make immed ate and thinehaving
() payment; Parker is >!ar.tiffj, and Caroline Ringgold, ad-
fn indivitis a* U'U have been credibly TOHAa1' :.MVNLIA.T claims rust said estate are hereby no'i-
or c ag ministratrix of James G. Ring; ;::!:!, d:t'd, defendant -
iiifjrnied, broke into the (house of Mr.'cotl: : :! su'-rcr'tiC'S' ; will r..ci ivo oit -ra.:o for ship I fi--d tu pre ent them authenticated within the lime 1 shall, on Saturday the 4lh day of November

\Vilkiiison a ctiblu memboilo j cut, t'.'t,o.i tlr other pr. 'tire; a'-o _;o .(!.. an.lIIH'r..1{ prescribed bv law t ) the su ':.,: nher, or they will be next, at the court house in Quincy, in Gat den

county him resp and him dead. j I clun'ti7.e; and fi'rnar,1.Ih |.hue.al iy .c. d.t sp..tc.li.: forever barc:1. WILLIAM LEE, .dm'r.. county, in legal hours, sell at public auction, for
the Bar, forced out hung \\A bu, entrusted their care wi'l ncpiv !4 IS": 51
incss o on the nest tree. We have heard of numerous I :' attenti..n. Tt :: t !I vii'l !h.. '.'.- tam the I'ir.rlirantthe..al.cWini- tract of land lying in Gadsden county, known u

minor outrages committed against the I as hr r."o'TC. From \tg 'x.rrirr.re! in bus-ne'.s. T tonnl a uiiet-Sl-'nzof:ii liCanal.m'l l llail-roa 1 C, m. section 15, in township 2, range 7, N and W.
of society and tin welfare and happiness -, I they! :wire to meet w,th n tare: of fllIlli' t atrnI13; I set| Levied upon and to be sold a*the property of thesaid
; ;
peace iny I'llhtr! 1 fiic in the City of St. Joseph, Sap tin -
& II.l.ULI.N. p
N. : to said writ
defendant satisfy according to
of thn country; bat we mention these as" i 11iu..Ja: O.-l. 7, 1-?17. ll-Ct I : Itf37, tcf: lutcinJ: Ilcsi-li :.on was moved and

the most that we have heard for --- ait..trd.il'nercas. law.THOS.
enormous -- --
months. j IILOIt'S O fICB---: i i in the opinion; of tl.is bard the! interests H. DUVAL, D. M.
some .iconnd ? Canal and Uail-
of the La&efin t. Joseph
: to the jiiUf G:1dsc.len county, I Sept. 21, 1837. 7 U
__ o:3: : COMMITTED r.ntl m:1D'hn early Ctnvcntion of the _
::'__ ; a man slave: (i mulatto) as;_dIM : Company,
mAmI lm ai1: :!l.r :l :.B'i1I.Jta ) I or -JO yiar-, 5 heel 2 inches hi h, who -nys 'J.is I Stu..II"I.lu!'. NOTICE.
( name is Chaile: !',and belongs:: to Dr. Le i Willborn, lie n th. n fore resolved: That the President take: Tallahassee: Sept. 30, 1837.SIX .
POST < iK ST. :MA UK.( I I.2rri'e' ..f I IrI *inton, A'rtlj.ima.' The owner is quested t.j .>. I slept antler the! clh"rtt'r to crrnv, n" the Stockholders weeks after the publication oereof 1 shall
\ : nt t'le: odire of the Company In St. Joseph, cn the the Court of Leon
1 take him to County county,
l, Vt II, 'tea ner P I'uoibj, Topper, 'm j>iovc projicriy, pay charzean a \ uy.LVI II j )
fr.t1. in l Pc'-enitx r nut. the of Granvill
J. BELL! Ja.lor. I n lay fur letters administration on estate -
t Jivpil: VVI h M" ri.i'clir ,
I' 'Mn; .
Q": Sapt.2*. IGl7PL'11L1U! ;t.it: In o .eeit'nee t a tlio foi':;" n.ts ..1uti..nr.tir(- Shepperd and Lewis Shepperd dec'd,tw-o men
'lime. Iwou fa n ,
"xji ; Tal1j\: y
.. '.. I _
Ko y u i vv -l tl.c -4..I..It'-r. ii. t > "r.t.....", tote uCLxuu county.
"lI"i, l ; :lttl lijl Nuv', Tu but, tr 'm Tampa, in -- :SALlf.; I Ii"UTILL I ui i o :1ti l St. Josej'ii C.in.il! anJ Uail.road Gou'pln1..11 8Cw W f.P. DUVAL.

I.dJ"l." .. :i Itt f.., :N ''de! ins with U Sat j i \ he .ll 1 1 at public sa'e: on Saturday, the21st \,.. t'lIv.-r.c m si'iirrjl me tin, nt the office of tIle _
11. ,.ftchr 1.: 'y, E y V inst. at the ;lute reid' nee of Kf' arI ,; Company in St.: J ..sph on the tint; n. nl.iy in Ue- GROCERIES:; & PROVISIONS
C Jcr. I I Like Jacsr.nI'I't: of the Cant ("c'lIl" r n'xt-a ji,'neral tt.nJjnc is respectfully: subscriber is
Van-i Lu-
on r.Jc; now receiving per brig
12, riailcil i, Nclir Expcriaicut, Downing, for.lf.lch.eul. ; THE
... i r ad, tit 0 miles ('. ..m St:: wan's fl'rrl:1t: toll: -w maI rrnucttcd. from New You k, a general assortment

13, fc'u" Rio, Kirby, fur Si Jo '-I''I. : I rop' rt r, xiz: Ca tl.', Jli;-, If.1 -:hjuseho'.d! al.11 I t! T. C. .4LLEN. Frctt.I Groceries, Provisions, Dry Goods, Crockery.c

14, sibr, CIcmentiSKi, Kerr\: fur -1.'.tidrhi'vb. kit li '11 Tinnituie, C ii, Foild r, fa.flung ulensiN' : I R. S. Gr.icc. S c'y. 8 tf <$-c. which will be sold low for cash or approved
16, fc c.lln T 'o'tnu: u._ '1"1'pcr.oJ!" TlIDp.1'jth anti a t variety <;f other art ii lc*. | Oftt.lIcth, credit. WILLIAlf CENTRE,
U; A 11I.111. 4c. So1e1: coninicuce nt 10o\l.>ck, .t.1.. ConJitii.ns HAY ANA SEGA RS. No. 4. Berry's Rov.
knivvn. at sale, by H )RACE V.i NN, -4J.n. Ii September 30th, 1337. 8-3w
A sc'ir: in tlieoQi.ig: nau.e not 4'.000 very superior Havana SEGARS, nni -
I O.t.7, 1S37. 9 'I U I>orted direct, just received and fr sale at the NEW GOODS. "

G(B vPRELS l\ Lnndy and: \\'llrskcy.5o1'ire : ,' LEON COUNTY COUll I' AUCTION:::'eptt'mhcrolI,1537 JI"RT,: by U. IIACKLEY 8f.stiCE. : Q .IT E have received by the Lady Wuhingtoa

-> B.'Kj.inj:', J iah E lS-I1, ) A!sllmj"; t : AUach'iicrt fort 1- V' and Lucinda a large and well selected assortment -

:\ LUI i f Tv'OU'sColT.> 1\1'. !. s > Summon a 1 rt<:. Inn V8T ::Cl dam.Willis. 1i ,.. ef Goods, which we invite the public to

-.! .: -c, !I Alit JO, ) Uetunulile to :March T. rln, 1837 i '-1 IX weeks af.T date, application be made examine, with the assurance that they will find ns

i'j'aiu.h ant \neitc.tn Se;::.m, fB I NE re.tndm':: t in tai'i rage mill alt others in- : 5 totbo Honorable Judge of the county court of disposed to give great bargains.MARTIN.
In matt:: .nidtur bUJ.:1t! t.ie .''i-li"ii M.nt. byU.J.HACKLLY i i a_ tert sti.d It ill take tin'ke
1 I fcuid suit Ta'.lal: asscc, Oc. 17, 1S37. 11-tf ,I respired tl appear and pi''al t<,thc.hc'taratioa! tiled! I I JOHN PARISH COTTON !
: ill *,.dil i l rtv, (vccori'ii' g t" the statute it su--h case j pember ('th.1r: ; 86wMARSHAL'S
Tallahassee Jockey Club Iticcc, \ m3dllunJ provided DU VAL&. ALLEN ATE will purchase Cotton at the highest market -

1837. i j llys for p'tffSe !' I SALE. V V price during the season.

1 H ILL corrm':'rcc on the lll'l.1V..II1 <=di'y in t mber 25l'I, 1537 8 tf i and in puisuance of a certain writ; of 4URT1N HJRT.
UcCcmVr next, the '.0 11, and loujsiu-i I I By'irwe issued cut of the Superior Ci urt of Sep-ember SO.h, 1837. 8-4.

fl,mr d'\'s I N O'l'I C E. :. the :AlidJle Djs i"t of fibula, 111 and for the count
1st Day, Wednesday ,wrej'Htke; fcr three! ; ri\ liE sum-cm BElt iniepdinztorcmovefr.iniJL "f J' llers'in, rcturnal'lu! November term of said NOTICE.

year < Id*, Florida; Cuts, one nl.le j.e.ts, iuusi: rp- from ih- Territory offers '('r \11e valuable court, in which twit the Counter of the Territory A LL indebted to the estate Kedar VannJ are
H'jn $1UU, r,ncii $:jO. '1 IIC-. Cults tu br n .u.cd me '! tract of LAND, situated ..but six miles from TailahasHe of Fl.-ratd is I'liiniitr, and John :\I'Dowel: ,jr. John JjL requested to come forward and settle the same

day In fore tile rate. !! near Lake' J. ckso", co tammii OO acres. Jf'i)>,.ands will present them for
To this s\cep.sakcs titre! arc five subsciiLela 1' 1.">0 of u hi-h are cleaicd: and under cultivation. shall!! 01. Saiurday the 7ih day! of October, 1817, sell settlement! within the time prescribed by law, or be
tend duce'' i lie also offers for sale the giovungrrop and Mock, 1 nt the C"Urt h'\use in Af"itioello, on said day, in legal barred from all interest in said estate.

2d :'11). Tim,id. *)-J.>("ky CIu'i Purv, $!:O. 'I and a ret ol Blacksmith toots: a..d arming utensil, 'Lours, at public auction, for rash, she following: HUR ACE V.!: N, dm'r.

two ivi'c! Ieat 1 ; cittia.u'c &2j flee fUr any nag; and a cotton gm. land of said lt.ciid.int, John M'jo"ctl'iz: East October 7, 1837._9

lUi.tits of D.:.c.uur. Tl.ornas.nd Loun, in Simmons, has on it valuable: mill: seal, m.d from 2. ran!_e 3, S; and! E-ea t h tif; of N E quarter bee 5, subscriber will advance on Cotton deI

tw: estate of Geurgu, bcfjrothc fi.iit.ta y 01 U .:loalf its loca'ivu possesses other considerdheidvautes.: T i, It 4, Sand-cjibthdlfofN! I K 1 sec -1. T I Si THE I i ed at St. Marks Tallahassee or the Rail-, -
J537.I5d:: For turns apply to the prep iiior on the p'ania- of R 4 F.-E } of N W i S 4, T I. S t,f R 4, E-and Road Depot. R. ii BERRT.Sept. .

Day, Friday-Jockeylub purse &UCO; tl uc tion. TUOMASSIMSO.V.August25tb,1 tU t I'J-NE: i of S 28T, I, R S, S and E,- and the im- 23, 1837. 7 4t

r.:1c l.eat.s; tnt. De. 30. Frica" al ovr.4tli 37__3tfNOTICE. rr.\rmrr.ls tl.e I con.
Liy, Saturdit)-Proprietor's P.mil'O i. I 1 Levied ufMiii and lube sold as ll.e pro erly ot said SUPERIOR COURT.

cap, t.'OU; one m.lc le\ls. three Lest i i five; m- within the limits of the. John JI Duwel: one of said: defenuants: to satisfy MIDDLE DISTRICT FLORIDA
U.uice g:O.'rce as ab.ivc.rvoTt. I ALL personrowningluts sad writ acrur 1.I:: to law.
.. of the rity of Tallah'srre arc I H Assumpsit Attacht $113 94
.-The JSurej.xi.ikrs] f.,r three year olds! {! THUS. ESTON RANDOLP/f, M. Robert Berry )
j IK rebr notified to cleanse the >acne on or before Sa- > Sum's for $200, issued Sept 16fPiIliant
tl.ru uil>cs, 2 ir.ilu heats, i >: Dy S. //. DUVAL.. M. vs
I .. the 19th inst. of all! nu ances calculated 1837 Returnable NOT
su''scijiHTfuutolihc tuiday ext, 1S37. 2-tf -v Bryan, ) ; to Term
wi.rr.' sol filled : Iud there being n') : Au;. 19,
.1' :| to cause di.-case, Liz: weed, trash, or filth of every the defendant in said and all others iaterH
Tel r.t.r)' of Fior'.da: thc sj.oits ( this ;, Tr.c r.11O\'e *ne is postponed until first Saturday tHlUE case -
niutin: mil lie confined to Florida owned Nags: description. All LOTS not attended to by the: m N ver.il'er nex- .. etteJ will take notice of the institution of said
true above will be c'cansed by the hands. -
with talc of the adjuiom counties in stipulated suit by attachment as aforesaid-and they are reqUired -
exception cmploy( d by the City Corporation for that purpose,,' NOTICE. to appear and plead to the declaration filedin

Georgia.1.:(:: Gentlemen disposed to form a new Jockey and charged to the owr.ersof silk lots; and in event: .& LL persons !eltcd to the estate of Durant, said case, aceor'tito the form r f the statute in

Club, iiic requested to meet at the City hutch, in of il.e owneis retnsing to pay for said work, the lots iDo.. Craft, !late of Leon county, deceased, are requested ouch cage made and provided C S SIB LEY.
will be sold at public auctiuu for the paymentuf the: make immediate and those for pltff
Tallahassee, at S o'clock! en the Evening j>ieviousio t<> ayment; .itl'y
of the sam;. Lavingciaims against said estate are hereby notified Septeraber 30th 1837 8-tf
the Races, for ths purpose or unizing _
to prcel1tlhl'm in proper form within the time prescribed -

tame.The Rules of the old J >ckf y Club "ill :govern Tallahassee, Au;. 14, 1?37. 2 City .Marshal. by law, to the unde ..i::nid, or they will be FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD.
forever barred.: ED W. GRANT, .J YED or stolen, on the 18th of Septemberfrom
untill a new Club 's organized.: MIDDLE { FIlAMvLIN SUP'ilCOURT. Adm'r of Dui ant C. Craft. or about Colonel Fisher's Ferry on the
Au uotI2Lh. 1837. 1.2m OcklocKonee, a Bay HORSE: Said Morse is upwards -
Ocu.bei1SU 537 I for
I Attachment
>, WILLIAM FORBES \ Assuntj.sit.
of 15 hands hi<;h nearly blind in one eye,
SALE. ts. $20l.I, issued July 15 o, NOTICE. : lean in flesh when taken ; has the marks of the saddle -
I JOSHUA GRANT and fltO7. Returnable to No- after late 1 shall ac- fast and
C5IX months present my on his back ; rides finely, 'racks very ,
BY VIitT&Eoiuwtittf 1 Kicn facias, iuurd CiiAP-Lts JJ'UEATOJYrmLcrT"'n1, IJ-37. K9 cciint und vouchers, and apply n the lion. holds! his head very high when ridden ; he is upwards
by a uLdClsLratcIt\'lel.l and rctunud to me I r.,H E defendant in s..id rase, and nil others interested County Court of Jetfvrson icuaty, for a final bcttlumcnl of eight years old. I have good reason to
Jjy a c..t.stabic el the u.irJ d.fir.ci. in the aunty (.f JL will take notice of the iitu'iou of,f' and discharge;: from the administration of the believe the horse baa been traded in Georgia, probably
Leon, I shall proceed to sell\ to the highest Lii.der, said suit, and ot the issuing of! >'Iid writ of attachment i' estate: of James Hall, late of said rout ty deo-.ised. in Decatur County
-dire it:e du< r of the Court iiuu.e iu the city d and to appear *nd plead 10 the declaration : JAMES L. PARISH, The abort reward w ill be given f r.the deliveryof

Talldh.iM e, county>> ol Leon, on the first Saturday filed in said action, according to t.e! statuses: in Auj. 19, 1837. 2 jOt Adm'r. the said none in Tallahassee, or at the plantation
in December next nil the ri ;,ht, tide, claim and in- such case made and prow idrd. of Baker Jonhson, two miles north-east of TaUahu*
terestut' U'i.liam U. Austin in and to the lollowmg CHARLES d. SIBLET, Att'y of Pl'ff.. NOTICE. see, when I reside: R D BROWN

tract f Land, to wit: the P<-B i of the VE J of Dated .?og. I I Ib37. &J..3111 ; weeks alter date, I will apply to the Judge September 30th, 1837 1-1.f

keclion 151', 2, It 4r bt E, containing!: 40 acres, SIX the County Court of Leon county, for let-
Miore or less, ifiin: und It.n; ill said Jibtrnt, to satisfy ( OTTO GINS. of adminiitiatioii on the estate of J"oseph U. WANTED
siid writ in layer of Leais Sunders. received a supply of Jonathan Robinson's i ters deceased. WO Active intelriaentladstolearnth.Prii*
JUST Grisett late of said county,
Sale. will lake place within die usual hours. Gdswold Pop.Corro GINS, and for 'V M. HAWKINS. T inz business. Apply Immediately atPao"llIoJ's.rhe
A A Fli! HAYJ RD 4- AUaTLN.TaUahaisee .
11F.R, Sheriff sale by 6-6w THIS orl1C&
16 .
Oct. I8di, 187. 11-td Aug. 9tb! 1637. 4.$w fept. 1837. '
M ,

:.'!'!'" .'" ,l't ... ... .. ..
\ ...
,., l' '- -. c.TION If.At' .- ..-.. W- .._"':,. '!J \
-A--' .
LEGAL Apy&RTlSEMENTS.rOTICE CAUTION. 'Ttileiaisee Joc>lit .._ '

.:.. persons are hereby warned against trading Wtawm '
ALL laUE 8.weepataar. ,a
date I will three certain promissory notes, drawn by .. !" pe1to
-Six. months from apply com off at tbir' annual..-wi; in Deteasbier -
j,. J .to the honorable Sears Bryan, Judge of the the undersigned, and made payable to Joseph B. SAAUCTIONEER 1837.: ''* L ""'-;" "",

Ctunty Court of Jackson County, to be discharged! Watts,or bearer, follows.. : "1st:. A sweepstakes for three year o1d a 7'.nd

from the farther administration. of the estate of One note dated on the 2Gih July. 1837, and tree fillies raised in Florida. Subscription tWO.forfejt;

.Johu Ri; able on the first day of January, 1833, for $50, one mile heats. To dose the first of October
deceased.WILSON Adin'r. thousand dollars. nd the *
ROYAL tile
name day before r ee. -
31.6m One note cf -the same date, and payable on the D 2d. A ( fir '
April% 1831. mQ .g. lJe 4 : sweepstakes any three fyesr old cot>
first of 1839 for thousand dollars.
day January, two and fillies in the United States
;; months after, data I shall present my ac Onj note of the same date, and payable on the AKDCommission orfeic $100, three mile heats. To.cfoe Sabsriptv. ihe>o |300 first,'.
SIX Touchers administrator on the first day of 1840 for thousand >
and as January, two doJI.trs.Auhe October and naMe the day before the'rare. -
estate of Harris Burney late of Leon County, and laid Joseph B. WallS has not given us the merchant. 3d.
apply for a diecharge. SIMON TAYLOR. consideration agreed upon, we are d termined not 9&ILIB IDJUTTd Mctndaysand Saturdays- $200:; forfeit poststakes.$JOOj, two lass m.roa* beats.ILL,'Tocfuee subscription the

April 82, 1837. 38-6m to pay either of the said notes, until he complieswith first "
his agreement, or until a due coarso of law. N. York St. Marks line of Packets October and name the day before th*race.Entries .
NOTICE. can be made to either of the aUovo ata.ble .
PALMER, f J by letter, addressed the Pro-
months after date I shall my.ac JAMES L. PARISH to Secretary'and
tor of he Club time before !
SIX pm any closing.
and Touchers, and apply to the Hon. DARIUS WILLIAMS..Vonticello & '
Jockey Cub! Purges! will be advertised ia
county for a final settlement Jefferson 30 1837.
County Court of from tho administration, of the 9-tf county, Sept. due time. THOS.BRO W N,Pnpneti.iv

estate and of Thomas discharge Del hy, late of said county, de- FIRST Rate Vessels and experienced Misters June" 9, IS37 44-if

ceased.JAMES L. PARISH, Ad.ti'r. 19Iedlca" College of Georgia. be empl -yed in ihis line, t-.sail frjm either NEU SPUING GOODS
THE Cours of Lectures in this institution: will pou-a vessel will sail on the 8 Ii and 21tb of
Aug. 19, 1337.. 2.6m -. on the third Monil.iy (16th) of next every month, and of ener, should p.itronae re- >T received from New-York and Baltimore
NOTICE. October, and be continued as usual to the last of I a large and handsome assortment of fancy

: months afrer date I shall present my vouch March. The 1st of April, instead of the third Wednesday quire.WM.. WYLLYS PRATT Agent N. York, tape dry goods, ready n.adc Clo.hiog, Hats,

SIX., And lIon. the Judge of the of this month, will be commencement day. ROB'T LYON, Agent St. ,M.'rks.: Hardware, etc. vile

County Court ofGadsdcn. county, for a final settlement The Professors are, St. Marks, Jfpril 13, 1837. 3G-ly'r. Bktck't.ilode >aj', hwlss. and La-estring SilkLonabc. ,
and discharge from the administration of the L. .4. Duga, M. D. of Anatomy.: .-Super Printed, French and. Jaconet

.estate of Capt. John Hills la'.. of Gadsden county, Charles Davis, Jl/ D. (formerly of Charleston) of NOTICE. Muslins. .
Florida. Chemistry and Ph irmacy. THOSE persons who are indebted to E.B. Gro de Nap. Scotch, Stripe, Plaid and check.

JONA. ROBINSON, Administrator. Joseph A. Eve, M. D. of Tlieraputics and Materia ( by note or account, are ear- Ginghams.
12 1837. 1-6m Medica. ncsily requested to make immediate payment to Super French, Figured,Fancy and other Print
August ,
George! Newton M. D. (just returned from Eu- the subscribers before the first ol September all Lisle Lace, Lisle inserting, Caps and Collars.

KOTICE. rope,) Physiology and Pathological; Anatomy. accounts remaining, unpaid at that date wil be put Ladies Figured Satin, and Gauze tldkfs.
;: months alter du.e we will apply to the L. D. Ford, M. D. of Institutes of Medicine and into the hands of an attorney for collection.E. Fancy Hrnnswick: Scarfs and Paris Collars.

SIX tidge of the county court of Gadsdcn county,. Medical Jurisprudence.Paul BALtiNV/RD, Jr. 4- CO. Ladies and Gentlemen's horse kin Gloves.

for a final discharge from the administration ol F. Eve, M. D. of Principles and Practice of July 1, 18:17.: -17 For E. B. Perkins. Curls, Bead Bags;Cambric Hilkfr.
the estate of Hosea Wilder, late of said county, Surgery. White and Black Silk H.-se.

deceased. A. Cunningham, M. D. of Theory and Practice of CITY STABLES, Napoleon: White Satin:: Satin Freed, and Brown.

JACOB H. WILDER, > Adminis- Medicine.M. \ Formery Peter Uol.iDs n'8.THE Drillings.

WM. H. WILDERtrators: : Antany, 111. D. of Obstetrics and Diseases of following rules & regulations are adoj.t- Shirt CoIIiri\ Bosom*,and Sum Stocks.

Q.nincyMay20ih, 1837. ;U-2615 Females and I Infant for the government of the above stables, India Rubber, ,>d Cotton Suspenders.

Administrators' Notice. Wm. Henry Robert, Pro f'tor. and will be snic.ly observed, it is hoped Ih-y will Cotton bals: Spool Thread, and Cotton Htlkf

O'!I'lCf. is here'.y given that at the next Janu- Fees for the full course, the eight tickets, $120 give general: satisfaction, and pr event any misun Coitutiade Chambrays, Sheetings and Shirting,

N| ary term Gadsden county Court, the under- Pcmen'-trHtion, once, 10 derstanding.The etc.
r REltVT-lUDE CL01111 G.
Administrators: of Thomas Wynn, dec'd, Matriculation, once, > Dire of aHack
signed, i of of and Plain
Consisting variety Fancy
of said Diploma, 30 and fuur 815 0.) day every
will make final report and settlement estate per Pantal Round jackets Simmer: Coats -and
ions, ,
and six months from the date hereof will applyfor particulars, 4-c. see Circular, or apply to Hack and pair 750 Vests.
;a discharge and letters dismissory from SI1It! PAUL F. EVE, Dean Faculty. Sulkey and ho.sc 300
AU'lStlGn: Aug. 7. 6 Single horse 200
court 81 such administrators.JOHN: : White ar..! Black, broad and narrow brims--
WYNN, OTICE. 'o do 700 per week, Fishionable Palm Leaf Ua-: l.ncd and shaded.
HENRY H. BIIOFTH.' Horse at Livery 5 00 I er mono
having formed a copartner do do 1 i" GIl Inu.s
per djy,
July 16,1 B37.-50-Gm Tshipwill hereafter conduct the Dug business Single feed t-JJ Cnnststtn r -f every variety too uumerou tome
NOTICE. I. in the ofSTEWART tiun. Ail of winch rte offer to the ci.y or
name All horsrshned must be nni-if.:.. :ir. al'.a.i.eun: -
the next April term of the County Court cot .stay trad-:: at wholesale or .retail, tin very
I' : & BAn .AnD. less the pe>son has an acci.unt with the stab et.
AT Jackson county, I shall present the accounts No horse delivered without ordfi .he reasonable eriii?.
Then shop will be lound at the nld Maud formeily an irom GT.. LlN'DENBEitGE'I.
and vouchers of he administrators of the occupied by Mr. E. B. Perkins opposite the mtr owner or 10 his known servan .
/'allahaa-e/ : 'pril 15th, Ui: :. :st-t;
LAND dec'd settlement
estate el WM. anI for ket house. Smoking in the stable is entirely forbid-The

and ask for letters of dismission from said estate They will keep full assortments!" of Medicines, establishment will be closed ai 10 o'clock. Persons E.-- i Le ..ub>cnber! > rave taken the

THOMAS ORMAN, D,u:;'. Chemicals, Patent Medicineand i enter too; will picas ekxe the gale. K'OTI e- I '[met ly ,c uj ted *>y Peter UobmNon,
One of the Administrators. ple-Jge! themselves! to ell nOllling bui genuine amoks. I I THE PliOPRIEIOR.i were r.orj-cs wtlt iecei\e.i nt Livery iran-

Marianna, June 26th, 1837. -t7- m J. EDWIN; STEWART, M D. i March 1S37. 30 f -tent cus.m par cni .rl.a. tride-l l ). trunks and

NOTICE.ALL 47-tf EDWARD BARN/WDJr.. .J Jailor's A'otice.COMMITTED horses f.ircio'i the shut'e.L no ice. and r\ery
alt n. i i'mjai 1 ih.tt wi.. re der IJI' pte>er.l esiablitliment -
: of
Jail JcfTrviz
t t.i till
persons indebted to the estate of Rirfiard Groceries Just Received.BY CMimiy .'
aauMac or. w lie |Iii -It.MICHAEL
Stafford: are requested to make immedia-e the Brig Rowell we have just: received; a son cnutty Ul tW+ 131h 11I..1. ttviiigutivrlavt: ., : i.E WI 11 ,:,; t (TTatln

payment, and thosse having claims against said and choice assortment 01 GIlCl'.lllE-j I : a negru mxilu> s.ivx; hu tin tne S is BOB .:15."e Fb..r; !ifti"lAXiv .
estate will be authenticated and presented within which we offer for sale on good terms,-viz : and says he hdwulu: (Jeu.-jre '1'_ \\'arda 1
the timo p.ecc'ihPlt hy Inw. or they wjjl) bjjbrex 100 Lbl T.
IZLER.June I3altirooarmWhiskey Lean couniv; .ilso n neurn mall: who says his .{/.t: g %
barred. JOHN 50" name i N \\ F..SLEYind I lli.it he b'-Inn!;" to r 'fJE bur I.i7: .re sow due. Bye t.Ji. .
3, 1837. 43-tf 25" Country Gin Brown its Ih' subscriber his office Talla
50 Gnirjjc ofSnmpier cm-ntv, Mississippi.The i; on at n
LEON COUNTY COURT. 10 Casks Champ.Cognac Wine, Peachpplc< handy owners are requested to prove properlv. to.isse--, and paying the wim, the pul lt<- will inucl

Edward Lbockerman 1 Assumpsit. Att'nt for 20 bbls Old Malaga Monongahel.iThiskty, pay charges ami Like them aiv.iy. obh v 'AM'LIi.. it]VA!.,,
I $32.36 & sum. ad S \V B July 13, 15'3719 Tax Coll-cto-1-
c]. resp Madeira, P">it. SherryYi.cs.. UilNGTON, Jailor.
Wm Jourdan and Henry > for $165 dam's; issued OM Irisli Whiskey, warranted genuine. Jan. 21, 1837. 34 6m \cw-Store, Provision and Grocery.
Smith. trading, &c. as | Sept 21.1837; returna- 25 bW Moltsscs "
Jourdan 4- Smith. J We to March t'm, 183s 50" Baltimore ,superfine Flour, "c'olTuFrx E us i i 11>. 2j"/'HIi subscribers ..:1't: uni.cd themselves under -

defendants in said case, and all others in 15000 Ibs Baltimore cured Middling* and HI..S ripllE( ubsc.ibers hate hi* day e >tf ml into th' firm of PIACHYINER.: for thepurptre
THE will take notice of he institution of 100 boxes liaisons JL copar,ncrsaip, under the firm of Tafi, Hot: ot'e* abl"hni'; in the town of St.-\Jarks

said suit, end of the issuing of said writ of attachment 50 Prunes & (;0. G> Qgfl1 :eQV'IlS Q1lf
and to appear and plead to the declaration S- S TAFT, ,: '1 Orl::. Their bmkltng311dn;; large and commodious
3COO lbsbest Loaf Sugar
filed in said action, according to the statutesin ; GEOUG-1G HOLT, t'.ey hkewbe pn-pu-e attending to .the
100 Crackers
made and provided. kegs water I GEUUGE Receiving a.a1 Forwarding of Goods and Cotton,
such case 30 AlILLiR.!:
boxes and Tobacco assorted
CHARLES S. SIBLEY, Att'y of PIfT 40 bags I aquird kegs and Hi" Culled, / quality. St .larks, July I. 1837. 51 to which ihey pledge rns-lvis! to pay such aulentioti
Dated Sept 21, 1838. 73mEXECUTOR'S as wilt einule them to a liberal share of
50 While Lead
kegs NJQ gX 1l11I:ilill1 patronage: : from the Merchants and Planters of the1'crnuuy
200CI best Spanish Segars !>
NOTICE. and neighboring counties Gf Georgia.
O'TIJ 1I11.lt-rbi neli 'r inlonns the
5 : fully
libels resl'
demands Sugar Their wilt be s' Itl low for cash or produce
who have against goods >
ALL persons any 50 bags Buck Shot, planters of Leon unit l n.lj.i eni counties, that he has
estate of William Patterson, late of As they will endeavor: to keep on hand a constant
made amlapP"intr.tJ DAVID C: H'n.sON his
30 kegs Unpotus and Cooclis Powder <.it'>rney
Jackson County, deceased, are hereby rrquesed: 40 buses Candles to sell E.V.. Piti patent Cotton CULTIVA supp/y: of choice and superior qualities of Groceries
them without delay to the subscribers. Sperm an'l I Piovisions of every description. Country
40 present I 50 Suiokcd! Hcrnugs. TORS. He rrsj'cr/fuliy invites thcPianteis to call!\
JOHN W; PA ERSON, ) Execu. and examine fur themselves. :Merchants and Planters will 6m uto their inter
Tierces Kicc
ALFRED L. WOODWARD \ tor*_ 10 C. F. CLABAUC// est to call. Tltcir store i-; now open.
50 Boxes Brown Soap.
Jan 3, 1837. 50 doz. bottles Porter and Cidsr. Tallahassee! Dec. 2C, IS;& 21tfTvcntyFivc AVM. MANER.St. .

NOTICE. 100 Coils pieces best" Cotton Bagging. 1 Dollars I evartl.gjTKAYEDf.uin :MarLs: Jan.ICth,1S36, )..tt.
months after date, I shall present my ac; 100 rope
; LIe Livery S ,lLI.:. Tjlia.as-!
SIX and vouchers, and apply to the Hon. 5 cases India Preserves NEt, S U\1: MElt GOODS.
see, a iJrgt-bri-lit Bay IH IJO.Elcilli in flesh
of Leon for final settlement 10 barn.ls0.. I Shad! f, l HE subscriber has just rfcelveda select a.s.JI. -
County Court county, a I has two white .hind! ti-f.aml H wtitcstar in his forehead .
.and discharge from the administration the estate Lead, Com, Brooms, Chocolate, Pepper, Allspice -aid horbOVt'IIL about ... sot tmcnt of goods suitable fr the season,
of Wm. Kinnaird, late of said county. Putty, Demijohns Preserved Gin tr Currar.ts I nwuy two months c- mpri 25 will be his
GEORGE YOUNG, Administrator. Tamarinds, Door Mali, English 1uln.,ts, ago.Brown's : on deliver-vat Captain Bombazine, Thibet, and \Ier no Frock Coats;-
eel by JTm. CAU1'ION.'lallahasee .
July d. 1837.-48-6m Cinnamon, Turpeniine, Imperial, Gunpowder and do. do. do. Dress do;
Tea Scotch Snuff in AJ.mh! 2Jh, 1-J37, 33) f,
H yson ",- bottles, Caster Oil, Veneti, Cass, and Ermineit Coatees

NOTICE Opodildork, Vinegar Spanish Brown. lemon Sirup, I James Jonnsoa Bilge, White and brown Linen Jackets; *
HEREBY GIVEN, that at the next January Copal Varnish, Salmonc., &1'. For sale low by Plain and fancy :Marseilles Vrsts:: ;

IS term of Gadsden County Court, the undersigned G. H. &. T. E.LI DE-BERGEIL DKAPUK TAILOR, S tin aced do do; .:\p
the Executor of Fields F. Wynn, who was Tallahassee.Oct. 29, 1836 li-if TJLLJIUSSEE, FLA: Figured Silk and Satin do;

executor of Benjamin B. Babb, will make final re- (Next door V".of l'\ ToweJetteler, in .'1utl/ue jf.) Plain dj du do, -.

port and settlement of said estate, and six months SPRANG & SUMMER GOODS.THE just rel'elveollrlllll N--,. fork a supirmr' Bombazine and Vafenc'a do; .,

from the date hereof will apply discharge and Subscriber ha* just received from New HAS of lroail! 'l..tli<, (2.i->s-r. ..nutVesmgs Black nake-skin! Mocks. latest:: :ytej" :: '

letters dismissory from said court as such execu- a full assortment of Bombazines, Man-. I1.mougIlIeft are of said Babb. JOHN WYNN. Thibet and Merino Cloths: Black Green and! 7and *"
tor tua. colors patterns lha+ have .ip.i.and| in the New Plaid Hair do; -
July 16, 1837. 50-Ctn Dahlia Cashmenetts, and Summer Clc-ins; of a variety You km.+rketalsoeneiteusiVC.srtcistst: ({Cl.ly Wht a and bla'k do; '". .

of colours, fortress and Frock Coats. Z. bra Made! CK'thiiig very il l. sciijj'i"ii, *< I.i'b, nan I Linen and Cotton Shirt.; "'

Let my work recommend me. Plaid and White Cambric Drills, London ribbed:, vvjrr.iiil to be it s neatly iii. d ...ul f n !Ii .c cl tiisi5 Fiij'J and sirip' d Oj. -

Subscriber having erected his shop at Satin faced Striped and Plain Checks ant 'a.- ant ever otltrcd in the &. uti.er-', nir) .j tc\\ W hue and brown .Co-ton ')r.wers;

THE Store near Baileys Mill, offers his towns 'VllitcLa wn Linen, Satin faced welting &c. suits tlfY ults cloth is, aU. \ ',liI:. > .'ic all ....,aii.: Hdkls.: and Linen '1'br..ad Cloves;

services to the public as a first rate Gun Smith, for Pants, a great variety of Vestmgs, Linen cl.th rn'K, :i.<_:is hat., %-i'.Hi{ i;.ti Fur".'p.. ..f \a. ious I Jt actv: and fancy loured SilK: : Hose;

and is prepared to do Farmers plantation work.- Shirts, Collars and Bosom A general assortment qualities, shirtfiem OIL 'M -,< v- I"ii..r r.iet(hfutnong White .nd brown Cs.t.on do;

He also will work on Carriages or any o'.her smith of Hosiery, <$-c. l'so' an extensive assortment of ubich are a v.>ri> t> ?> |pain: ;md ruffled Vigo'.ia and Lambs'-wnol do;

work that is necessary to be done in the country and Ready Made Clothing:, linen, plain a d enrbrui'!teed b .y>.ii>. oll'irs: stacks! pitalfield and I'ongeeSilk Hdkfs; .
wishes his diligence in discharging work, and .iniong which are upwards of two hundred Bom- suspenders, fine mtriixi fli.trctcutiuu ilanuland! Bt.ick and fanry SilK Cravats; -

Teasing customers, to secure to him a liberal share bazine, Thibet, Merino, Crape, Camblet, White net cotton shirts and drawers, linen, slk: buckskin. Also! a few suits of Youths' ClotHn. :, Loge' her
-of paironage EBliR BE.1L. and Brown Linen Dress and Frock Coats, Roundabouts and tur Rlo-cs, fur colUrs d.... white and colored with the above articles are now offer- tor sale

Baler'* Mills, Jeflfcrson county, June 14. 45 Pants and vests of every description, madein silk and !lined handkerchiefs. cheap, fir c-ish or approved credit. %

the most fashionable manner, which he is disposed Also a Jot elf noro: clotbin/, all of whicb he will i J. B. BULLs
JAMES H. COOK, to sell very reasonable for cash or approved 2'2 1837. tf
sell as law according to the quality of the ;goods a June 46-
No. 100 BROIDWAT, New YOBK. credit. J. J. BlitGE. can be bought in the Territoiy. _

Between Pin and Broad Street Country merchants and others wishing to pur Nov. 19ih 1836. 15tf NOTICE.
chase, will find it to their interest to call at the LL persons -indebted to the estate of Asa H-

OFFERS...fr sale a full and complete assortment of above establishment. TIN W A.RE. Rhodes, late of Leon county,deceased, are requested

Cabinet urnitnre) consisting of Sideboards with Tallahassee, April 29, 1837. 38tf THE subscriber will to make immediate payment; and ihwse haY.
carry on I
marble tops, do plain; Dressing Bureaux with marble .-the Tin Ware manufacturing tag claims against said estate are hereby notified w

and plain MarbU tops Centre Tables both square and MILL SAWS, &c. business, and will at all limes present them in proper form, within. the time pi-
rund, with tops Pier table. do., Dinin scribed by law,to the tl1..i will be
Mill Saws; 2 setts large Pat. Scales, have on hand a general assort undersigned, or .
tables in Mtts and singe, Breakfast tables of all FORTY Rowand's Tonic At'uiure. Received meat either at wholesale 'or torever barred. ED W. GRANT,

sizes, Bureaus do. Sofas of all qualities, fashion and on consignment and for sale lav, to close sales, by retail, on as reasonable terms as can be sold in Adtu'r of Asa H. Rhodes.
prices, Mahogany Chairs Chairs from $5 to I JO each I G. ii. If T. E. LljDE BEr..GER. any Southern market- August 12, 1837. l.lm!

Rocking of every description, Wardrobe July 29, Id37. 51 Country merchants and other are invited to -
of all qualities and sizes: Secretaries and Bookcases OTIC ;.

do. Ladies Work Tables, with Marble and ......oodtops READY-MAHE: CLOTHING C&l1ltlU !satisfy themselves.WM.. H. ERANCIS.Tallahassee t + IX -kiafier c'ute!' I 'will, apply to the Jot);*

Mahogany high poll a.d French Beadsttads, AWE have received a tcpfly of clothing, conan Jan. 13 1537. 2Jr t Jo:5:: of tne County Couiiof<< Leon: county.,t.leittrsif
Marble! do Looking; Giacics! a fall: assortment t'iI.i:: assonsces: of Goth coarse ano ice, '( .[dialog:.>ratitia'sn tire Estate: ::. (Juf1f Br ail, lava off

H ur. :MattruM aria Feather Beds together wit which we M"U sell at a small advance on: co?:. I 2 AL T.-aaO sacks: sal:, for idle by { will coontv'tltx eaP.t' .
.-'' *- ".' f' -., .. '. tO-"ll'h a f b"""* Terra, j G H Sf T E LiND>BERGER C3 R. H BEI11Y .f .VARY CH'M TIN.RRML.. .
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