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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 25, 1837
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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Subscriber has just received from New I BLAME THEE NOT. was the tempest that we were aston- : FraaJl &'6 Advice. to JEUtor-In. ,the
THE a (nil assortment of Bombazines, Man. I blame thee Dot-I knsw it all ished the Brig did not totally destroy the conduct of my newspaper I carefully exclude
.Thbet; and Merino Cloths, Black, Green andnab1ia Before a glance from thee structure newly erected, and in fact not fully I libelling and personal abase which is of
Ca bmenetts, and Summer Cloths, of a va- Ccmld stir my heart as dcth the wind finished as contemplated, to protect it against .late become
so
disgraceful .
to
fortress and rock Coats. Ztbra our country.Whenever
Of colours. The slumber of the sea such casulties.
riplaid Cambric Drills. London ribbed ; During Saturday the gale con' I was solicited to.i insert thing
and White I knew, before thy presence made the any
satin (ae-\,'''Striped and Plain! Checks and Carat Of this fair life a part, tinuing, brig was scuttled by the master, I of that kind, and the writer pleaded: as be gen*
(() White swat wane Satin faced welting &.c. Another many a year had been to prevent further damage to her and the erally did, the liberty of the press, and that a
for Pantl, a y of Vesting, Linen The idol ol thy heart.I wharf, and she was hauled in shore
oppositethat like in which
Shins Collars and Bosoms. A general; assortment oT newspaper was a stage coach
Hmierv, 4c. Also an extensive assortment of never wished to steal look part the wharf built on pens, to which any one that would pay bad a right to-a place
*f Made Clothing Or thought of thine from him she also did some damage. She lies
Read now on I my answer was, that I would print the piece
..JnlODI n hich are upwards of two hundred Rom- ':I would' not for the world have seen the sand bank, a short distance from the separately if desired and the author might
WIDThibet, Mrrino, Crape, Camblet, White His manly eye grow dim wharf about 100 from
yards shore
and
I ca i : have as copies as he to distribute -
not Sown Linen Dress and Frock Coats, Roundabouts never meant to let thee know- many pleased
Pants and vests of every description, madein Heaven grant I never did- be got oft'at little expense,and has we believe i, himself,but that I would not take upon
Ih most shionable manner, which he il dispKcd How day by day my l lave grew strong, sustained very little injury. The Brig Planetof me to spread his detraction: and that haying
to sell very reasonable for cash or approved By thee unchecKed, unchid. Portsmouth, Capt. Jeremiah Kenney, arrived contracted with my subscribers to furnish

Vr'ediu merchants and oth:rs J.wishing J. BIRGE.to pur- I looked into my heart, and saw from Montego bay in ballast a few days since them with whatever might be either useful or
chis Country-, will sirs' it to their interest to call at the That love, as it grew bright, and was seized by the collector for the unlawful entertaining, I could not fill their papers with
As in the summer sky I've seen importation of a Most of her
aba"-: establishment.Tallahassee. Some negro. crew private altercations in which they had no concern -
\ .tllrH) 9, 1837. 38t/ And though gentle at Bar times at there night carne; a thought had left her; the master was however on boardas : without doing them manifest injustice.

MILL SAWS &c. That 1 was wronging" thee, also an inspector of the customs, and three Now many of our printers make no scuple
I could not quench tha star myself hands, and she was anchored as of the
Mill Saws 2 setts large Pat. Scales, was suppo- gratifying malice of individuals,by false;
; For it life
FORTY was to mc. sed in a place of She
safety. havir
Rowand's Tonic Mixture. Received drag- accusations of the fairest characters among
,,0 consignment, and for sale low, to close sales by Still hoping without hope, 1 loved, ged her anchors and one of her cabels partingand ourselves, augmenting animosity even to the
G. //. 4T. E. LISDE ERGER.. Too blest to think how fast her boat having broke loose, the mastercut producing of duels. These things I mentionas
July 29, 1837. 51 The hour wus stealing on me which the other cable hoisted
Would cloud its 'Tis sail, and run her a caution to young printers, and that they
: light. past -
OTICE--The subscribers have taken the Tile fault was mine-I knew it all; ashore down the bay, about two miles from may be encouraged not to pollute the press
1' Rubles horses' formerly will be occupied received by at Peter Lirery Robinson 7'ran-, And yetdespite this pain, town, at a place from which she can be got and disgrace the profession by such infamous
were
I dare not say but should love off at a trifling expense. The brig John practices but refuse
s stent custom particularly attended to. Hacks and steadily, as they may see
Horses hired on the shortest notice, and every As I have loved, a ain. Bartlett, and Schr. Lookout were both lyingat by my example, that such a course of conduct
attention paid that will render the present esta- No maUer! Southern suns and skies the wharf when the gale commenced and will not on the whole, be injurious to their in.
Iu.liment satisfactory to the public. Will bathe thy cheek with health, prudently hauled off, when the danger became crests.
MICHAEL LEUWI 1'U& CO. While he. heaven bless him, proudly shares manifest. Not however
anticipatingthe continuance -
Tallahassee Ftb. 1H 1837. Thy heart's long-treasured wealth.
Tie birk that beers thee from the north, of the gaIn wi'h such unprecedented Absence of mind. Rouella, the celebrated
New-Store, Provision and Grocery With sails set for the sea, severity for such a length of time; or the extraordinary French chemist, was remarkable for his ex-
jyrHE subscribers have united themselves! un- It fading on the misty m.in- changes of the wind, to nearly ev- traordinay absence of mind. One day in the
tier the firm of PEACHY & MANER, for the
him and thee
Gojd-by to !
purpose of en.abliishing in the town of St.larks a ery different point of the compass; they did absence of his assistant, being left to perform
4afuttE. not anchor far enough out where the bottom his experiment before a large class, alone, be
: Their buildings being large and com- From the Literary Souvenir for 1838. is good, but on the sandy bottom a short dis- said,-gentlemen, you see the cauldron upon
CANVASSING
modious, they likewise propose attending to the FOR VOTES. tance from the wharf
and during Saturday this brazier. Well if I
were to cease stiringfora
Receiving and Forwarding of Goods and Cotton, "Sir, your vote-will you allow, sir? !
to which bey) pledge ihrmselves to pay such attention Glad to find you at your ease." : night both dragged their anchors and went I single moment, an explosion would ensue,
as will entitle them to a liberal share of "You'll\ excuse me, for I vow, sir, ashore. It is the opinion of those best infor- which would blow us all into the air.' This
pa'ronage from the Merohants and Planters ef the I shall vote for whom I please." med, that they can both be got off. was no sooner said than he forgot to stir, and

Their J'erri.oJyluld goods will neighboring be sold low counties lor cash of or Georgia.produce.As "But, good friend"-"It is in vain, sir; No buildings received injury in the town, his prediction was accomplished: the explosiontook
they will endeavor to keep on hand a constant I'm a freeman, sir, to-day." except the Company's frame ware house, at place with a horrible crash-all the win-
supply of choice and superior qualities of Groceries "Just" permit me to explain, sir." the shore end of the wharf. This was a tem- : dows of the laboratory were smashed to pie-
and Provisions of every description. Country 'Tis scarce worth your longer stay." porary structure, a mere shell, erected for the j ces, and two hundred auditors whirled away
Merchants and Planters will nna it to their: inter "Well,sir, let me leave this letter ur .. ..._ .... _.
; pioitxuuii 6uuo nu. -her onif :l1 i : .u_ -_, r.,.._...j.ij> sA M4PUUB tojury-
est to call. Their store is now open. And farewell, sir.-"Sir, g od-by Merchants could have time and >
JOHN BLUR PEACHY.W Glad he's thai old abettor our opportunity i was received, the greatest violence of the ex-
M. NEB.. Ofthe aristocracy gone : I to build proper ware houses, and stores; I plosion being directed to the chimney. The

St. Marks, Jan.16th, 1836, 23-tl. I am not so sad a sinners and it was co itemplated to take it down in a forgetful stirrer himself escaped with the loss

NEW SUMMER GOODS. to prop so rank a stem; short time. It was about 18 feet high to the of his wig.
Mary, now let's have some dinner- Earfs, and of one story, about 20.) feet long,
assortment We are just as good as tnera. C. W. T. and 40 feet wide, and the end extending o- An African fable.-If is a fact, known to
comprising the following articles: viz: ver the water, rested on slight brick piers, all who have travelled much in Africa, that
Bombazine do. Thibet do. and Merino do. Frock Dress Coats do ; From the SL Joseph Times of the 11 th inst. which were injured by the August gale, and nothing will frighten an elephant quicker than

Venetim, Cass, and Ermineit Coatees; ; After the exemption of our city from any not yet repaired. The roof, and one side and the bleating of a goat. However hotly he
White and brown Linen Jackets; serious damage by the repeated storms of uncommon end of this ware house were blown down. But maybe pursuing an object the bleating of a
Plain and fancy Marseilles Vests; severity which have occurred duringthe few goods fortunately were in it, at the time, I goat, or a noise resembling it, will at once arrest -
Satin faced do do; last few months, and which have spread and we are glad to hear, none were much in-I him, and send him bounding from the ob
Figured Silk: and Satin: do
Plain do do do;; such fearful destruction along the seaboard, .I jured. But little inconvenience will be sus- ,jest of his vengeance. An African being asked -
Bombazine: and Valencia do; from Maine to Louisiana, and besides numerous tained by the loss of the building, as the extensive the reason of it, related the following fable -
Black Snake-skin Stocks, latest style; vessels, have destroyed towns and har Company ware houses at the Depot, : In old times a goat bet an elephant that
Satin Plaid: and Hair Bombazine do do; bours hitherto regarded as safe, we had ac- and the private ware houses and stores in he could out eat him. They commenced and

White and black do;; quired confidence that we should entirely es- town, erected thi summer, and now readv soon a spacious plain bore testimony to the
Linen and Cotton Shirts; cape. The condition and character of sun- for use, will furnish safer and better places capacity of their maws, by being completely
Fi'd and striped do; dry of our buildings, hastily erected, within of deposit, for all cotton which is sent here for denuded of its verdure. On the approach of

Hdkfs.While and and Linen brown Thread Cotton Drawers Gloves ; the last few months, many ol them but par- exportation, or goods to be forwarded up the night the elephant, wearied with nipping and
Black and fancy coloured Silk Hose; ; tially constructed, and but few entirely fin- r country. The actual loss to the Company is grinding, forgot his bet in a doze in the midstof
White and brown Cotton do; ished, and especially of our public buildingsand i but trivial. The north side of the wharf, the plain. About midnight he was aroused
Vigor.ia and Lambs'-wool do; works, has rendered them peculiarly exposed f which was exposed, in consequence of not by a grinding near him, and finding thatit
Bock&and fancy and Pongee Silk Cravats Silk Hdkfs<< ; to injury from storm. The want of ex- having been fully repaired, from the damage was his rival, inquired what be could be

Also, a few suits of Youth: .-!-.-, '.,_-- .. *. ,.-.- TI .n the most judicious mode ofpreu received in the gale in August, has received eating, as he was confident he had devoured
with the above articles, are .. "? P. .. iltmrnt of prO' additional injury. Some of the piers not filled every vestige of vegetation before he lay
cheap for c ish or approved cr f vessels, and with stone or shells, or supported by piles down.-Eating, replied the goat, why I am

June 22, 18 7.r .l. I .. want of pro- driven around them, as intended to be done eating all the rocks and when I have finished

_. -- rcothemhavo'ease this! fall, were beat to pieces by the surf, and them I intend to commence on you. The-
NOTICE. ':. the liabil- the loose Boating timber knocked up the elephant no sooner beard that than he tookto

. persons indebted to the estate 01 n.& h. t? the superior planks, but the injury will be repaired in a his heels, and has ever since been shy of a
ALL late of Leon county,deceased, are requested natural protection atioriieu i.. our harbour, few days, with the light of experience to aid, goat.-Liberia Herald.
to make immediate payment; and those hav- that we have heretofore sustained so little. in guarding against future similar disasters.

iBj present claims them against in proper said estate form, within arc hereby the notified time pre-to The gale of last Saturday and Sunday was .1 Now upon the whole, although the loss of Whafs in a name?-A gentleman bad

eiibeJ by law, to the undersigned, or they will be one of the mostjviolent: we have ever witnessed. property and labour sustained by all the suf- five daughters, all of whom be brought up to-
forever barred. ED,V. P. GRANT, I If possible it was more severe than that ferers, is in the aggregate! perhaps some seven lecudltt useful and icapcctoblo character in
Adm'r of Asa H. Rhodes. of the 30th of August, which so nearly ruin- j, or eight thousand dollars.-The benefits life. These daughters married, one after
August 12, 1837. 1.2m ed Apalachicola and St. Marks. It commenced ;! derived from the knowledge and experience another, with the consent of their father.-

NOTICE. at East during the night of Friday I;! all have gained, wilt cause in the end, some The first married a gentleman by the name
$IX wt'eb after date, I will apply to the Judge and blew for upwards of 36 hours incessantly !1 I beneficial results. It will we trust, induce of Poor, the second a Mr. Little, the third a
of the County COUlt of Leon county f.u letters with great fury gradually hauling round south, I i I proper regulations and measures, to be forthwith Air. Short, the fourth a Mr. Brown, the fifth
fadmillCtration on the c state of John Brait, late of Mr. Hogg. At the wedding of the latter .
said decease then south west and did not cease its violence adopted for the safety of vessels. It will a ,
county, MARY CHRISTINA BRAIL. until Sunday afternoon, when it had got roundto :, we hope, occasion great care and pains in the i her sisters, with their husbands, were present
Sept. 16, 1S37. 6_ north west. When the gale commenced construction of buildings and works exposed : and the old gentleman said to his

LAND FOil SALE there were five vessels in our harbour. The to such casualties. The perfect safety of the guests-"I have taken pains to educate my

SuUcribtir is authorized to sell three va- Brig Barfine, Capt. Fish, from Boston, was Brig Barfine, throughout the whole of this daughters, that they might act well their
THE Tracts of Land situated within 5. 12, anchored out in the bay some distance from fearful tornado, confirms our opinion of the part in lire; and, from their advantages and
and 25 miles from Tallahassee. The first contains of Harbour to safety for improvements, I fondly hoped that they
as
the wharf, where she rode oui tke storm in superiority our
about 1920 Acres, ISO cleared The ee*.nd 520 I find that
would do honour to
family.
other in the Gulf and my
Had the other taken shipping, over ,
Acres, 60 cleared. And the third 880 Acres,aboutSuO perfect taftty. masters I any
cleared. These lands are equal to any in .tfid- the same prudent precaution as Capt. Fish which, with its other advantages, will ensure all my pains, care and expectations hare
dle Florida, and will be sold on terms advantageous did, not one would probably have sustained the continuance of its rapidly increasing turned out nothing but a Poor Litho, Short,.

to the purchaser. H. W. BRADEN. the least injury. The Brig Independence, growth and prosperity.A Brown, Hogg !"

Tallahassee March 15th 1837. tf 32 Capt. Rich, who had just discharged her car- Paddy Scott, the noted lake and' land pirate

go, lay on that windward side of the wharf, paragraph for.. long noted people.-Napoleon we are informed, was apprehended a
SINGLE A TEACHER ANTED.A. at the beginning of the gale and although all used to say:. "Strange as it may ap- few days since in New Orleans under the vagrant -

, in Gentleman.English Grammar qualified, Geography to give instruction concerned were repeatedly admonished of the pear, when I want any good head work doneI act and committed to jail; but for want

and Arithmetic, may obtain a desirable situation by impending danger, to the vessel and wharf, choose a man, provided his education has of any evidence to justify his detention was
applying to rither of the subscribers, on the Micka- she wa suffered to remain along side of that been suitable with a long nose. His breath- liberated. _
auk, road seven miles nortb-et.: tnf Tallahasseeor part of the wharf built on piles, (intended not ing is bold an'd free, and his brain, as his lungs
to R. H. Berry, Esq., Tallahassee. of New
JOHN S. TAYLOR _.vessels to lay at in a gale, but at present, and heart, cool and clear. In my observa The pine trees .Harnpftjure grew tbaJa
JOHN ISLER.. merely as a place to land goods upon,) until of men, I have; almost invariably found so high. that lightning can clever strike. :
Oct. 7,1837. S-Jw So 1tion head '!" more than half wajug.THE _
j the wharf.sustained considerable damage. 1 "' nose aud a long together



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. I c I been intetrsd, or preparations were making are to produce results so great,aid! important t .J"o C'\, .0.1590: at a
FJLORIPIA1V.: b perform that melancholy luty for,them. -as d complete revolutieahrifee comraer- ';.J""l e ea=isa" h.a3'3-4 do

Professor Non and lady are both lest cial'cbnneclioos'which have so lie, subsisted -, .. Bjcknell's,,.epnrtk ofthisday. says, in
U .1DA&1gWltaWEDNESDAY Mrs. Nott's body was washed on shore be. between the Southern Slates and the I retatiori r to tde ThitfdePhhi>> ...tket, bat Ii..
fore they (len the beach. eastern cities of the Union. Politics have ,Oe-woithy o( notice has occurred during the
OCTOBER 25, 1837. Mr. Fomferz thinksbat there were- 22 not yet entered into the discussions of either past week. Stocks and specie have scarre

passengers, and 16 of the crew saved-38 the committee or.the.convention..!' ly fluctuated at all, while the general aspect
We have delayed several editorial articles to in all. If so, there are two others of the of business is about the same. Money' is'
give place to the account of the less of the steam former whoso names are not given. Cormpondenc of be Southern Patriot still abundant,as may be imagined from the

boat Home. We find that among the sufferer Moatof the passengers remained on (the WASHINGTON'11.Thft .. fiact;.that on Saturday last, United States
are Mr. Hardy Croom, and family, of this county how Bill authorize the of Treasury Bank sold
beach all night. Some six or seven to issuing poet notes at a discount ,of five
who were returning from the North. ever, found their way to the Light House Notes as received yesterday from the per cent per annum.

several miles off; among them two or three House of Representatives underwent some The same paper contains tho following
PARTICULARS OF THE LOSS OF THE of the crew, entirely divested of their cloth- discussion before its passage.Mr. estimate of the Philadelphia banks en the lit
STEAMBOAT HOME. ing. Benton preserved his consistency instant derived from authentic sources.,
The Charleston Courier of the 19th October, Messrs. Vonderzert Bishop Anderson throughout, and moved to strike out the min- Since the 11th May, thy have reduced

gives the following particulars of the loss of this and Holmes, got on board a brig, and cometo ium $50 and insert $100. Nothing he said their discounts $6,300,000. They have
ilUfated vessel, derived from one of the fortunate Newbern; and it is probable that the remainder but the fact that the Government wanting reduced their circulaiion$2,800,000, while

survivors Mr. H. Vanderzer, who reached : will take the same route ns thereare money would have induced him. to vote for their deposites have decreased 900000.
Charleston on the evening of the 18th. vessels leaving almost daily. One boy Treasury Notes in a time of peace. The This decrease is accounted for by the fact,
The gale commenced on Sunday afternoon took passage in n vessel hound to the North. genius of paper money was to descend and of the Girard Bank having refunded to the
and the captain was anxious to double The boat had entirely disappeared, all her the next plunge we should have notes of$20 government, upward ort( ,500.000-0 that
Cape Halteras, with tho intention of anchor- wood work having floated off, and her ma- and then 10. and by and by as' low as nnv there is an actual increase of deposites in all
ing under its lee. About 4 o'clock on Monday chinery imbeded in the sand. issued from the banks. He adverterted to the city banks of$600,000

however, the boat commenced leaking Thus we close the account of the loss of the bank of England with its 100 pound The Boston Courier of yesterday says,
so much as to render it necessary for all the illfetedlome, sympathizing with the notes and earning down to one pound 'Money i is abundant. An that is wanted

hands and the passengers to go to the pumps mourning relatives and friends of those who and drawing out tho gold from circulation for good securities, is easily obtained at 6

and to bail, which was continued without intermission found a watery grave, and participating ill ho called for the yeas and nays that he might per cent.; and we understand that some long
until she grounded. The water the joyful feelings of such as have been rest record his vote agninst such a measure. loans have been made at 5 per rent per an
gained upon them so fast that at about eight cued from destruction. Long may it he be- Petitions as usual against slavery in the num. Bank flock has essentially improved.

o'clock, tho fire was extinguished, and the fore it becomes our duty to record another District of Columbia and against annexationof There was a great demand, early in the
engine of course was stopped in its opera- such calamitous and heart rending disaster, Texas. week, for bills: on New-York, and large a-
tions-a sail was then hoisted, hut was immediately that has scattered such wide-spread desola- The bill extending the time on merchant: mounts drawn at 1 1-4 a 1 1-2 i per cent.

blown away. Another \vas bent, tion among the families of our friendsandmay Bonds was taken up, and on the suggestion; Sales have since been made at one per cent
. and with this assistance the boat slowly pro- the terrible lesson that has been thus of :Mr. King of Alabama, who pledged himself prem.

gressed towards the shore. I given, induce all who are engaged in th' lo call it up tomorrow it was laid on
The Portland Times thinks that
At 11 o'clock at night, the Home grounded I transportation of passenger, take every pre- the table. folk's hearts in that would snake some
vicinity
about 100 yards from the shore. The caution in their power to prevent against I, The bill revoking the Charters of the good HP STONES !
ladies had all been requested to go forward, I such a loss of human life. batiks of this District elicited a very long

as the place where they were was more like- We copy the following list of her passengersfrom and animated discussion. Pity was indulged PRESENTMENT GRAND/ JURY
ly to reach the shore, being nearest the beach the New York Commercial Advertiser. for the poor deserted District, and most Ob GADSDEN or THE COUNTY.

but a heavy sea struck her there, and swept Messrs. C. C. Cady, I Root, II. TilestonJ. wilhering sarcasm passed:: on the shin plasters Published by request.

nearly one half of them into the sea. and they Sohnson, Jr. T. Smith, James M. Roll, in use here as a medium The 1st nnd The Grand Jury of the County of Gads en.
were drowned. One boat was stove at this T. Anderson, James Cohrs, Yanderser, J 2d sections relating to the banks were strik- at ihe close of the labours of the present term,
time. Another small boat was launched, I U. Roland. W. S. Read, Capt. Hill and lady .'n out and that: sectien only retained which beg leave U> present to the consideration of their
with two or three persons in it, but capsized.The W. Kennedy. C. Drayton, Walker Ful, makes it penal to issue individual shin plaster fellow citizens, and to the officers of the county
long boat was then put overboard, filled ler, Cohen Benedict, M. Cohen A. Love *, and the bill ordered to be engrossed.In 10 whom is committed in a great measure the

with persons, 25 in number, it is supposed I green, J. Holmes J. Boyd, Palmer, H. C. the House of Representatives the resolution subjects general welfare lii r consideration.of our community the following
but did not 15 feet from the side of heretofore offered Mr. Johnsonof
get by
W. Rev. G. Cowles B. B.
Bangs, Whiting t irsi. Jfe would: present die present condition -
the steamer before she upset, and it is the Hussey and lady C. TVilliman, H. B. Croom La., calling upon the Secretary of War to of our county jail,and the insecure situation
belief of our informant that not one of the I and lady master Croom Miss Croom, MissM. report at the next session the best modo for of that edifice as a matter demanding<<: immediate
individuals in her ever reached the shore. : Croom, II. Anderson, Weld, O. H. protecting the Western Frontier from the Indians attention of those whose duty it b to pro-
The sea was breaking over the boat at this Prince and servant Clock Mrs. Camock, and the number and force of the Indians vide for the sale keeping of prisoners. This
time with tremendous force, and pieces other Mrs. Miss MissA. West of the Mississippi was taken up and jury consider the terrors of the law as the most
Mrs. Cowles, Levy Levy
effectual remedy against breaches of the
were breaking off at limes and floating to. peace;
Levy, Mrs. Whitmy, Miss Sieir, :Miss agreed aiia if uch offences are visited with
exemplary;
tW0ta* tliv. *-** Mm* \(l.i..h
p porannnwere .. ... FLORIDA WAR
U&o |\lrj. p : no 1) Knj-'t 1X110 Vlj-o.1 punictinipntK. tli .irda ..r.wr
rp' court nrattld bfr
clinging. One lady, with a child in her The House resumed the consideration of
Mrs. Faugh two :Misses Flymi, Mrs Miller comparatively free from the blots and blemishes
arms, was in the act of mounting the stairs Schrweder Bondo, Riviere Laco=te, Mr. the resolution heretofore offered by Mr. Wise of criminal prosecutions. But as !Ion jr as offenders
the deck, when the pipe fell and for of the conduct of the Se-
to upper Desobye lady and servants M. Desabjo, an investigation are: permitted to escape and go at large-so
doubtless killed her and her child on the spot. Cnpt. S liters, Prof. Xott and lady, C. QuinnM. minole War, by a Select Committee to be appointed lorg: as our prisons are viewed as a mere bug
Some few of the ladies were lashed to the Smith LarovuR, Broquet, lady c'-ild;. by ballot; at d to set dUI iug the re- bear, andeven with the auxiliary aid ofa Beard;
boat-Mrs. Schroeder was confined in this and servant, 1<'. Dommigus, Labadiu, Walton C.ss-the question being on the motion of Mr. are insufficient for the safe custody of even the
manner to one of the braces of he boat, and Hazard Camthrrs Finn. Howard to refer the inquiry to the Committee most heinous offenders this Jury believe the
ends of jusrice ran never be attained. It is
another tied to the same ef Affairs. a
lady was piece on Military
Lricoste
saved. Mrs. Mrs.
Passengers fact which is proved by he observation of
timber. Mr. Vandeztr was standing near Mr. concluded his remarks the. everyone
McKay on
Schroeder, Charles Drayton, Andrew H. that the dread if the deprivation of personal
them, when the latter lady slipped along the Lovegreen, B. B. lIus ey. of Charleston, subject and moved its postponement to De- liberty, and itie disgrace consequent upon if,
brace ao that the water broke over her. Mr. S. C.; Isaac S. Cohen, of Columbia, S. C.; cember next. i is" a much greater preventive of crime than a
V. seized her the clothes and held her Mr. Lewis Williams the fine It is abet
by C. C. Cady, Montgomery, Ala.; Thos. J. opposed motion. however t-evcre. a feet, that the
up for some time, and made every exertion Smith, J. D. R':land, John Bishop, J. Mr. J. Q. Adams spoke at length, in reply most peaceable and best rrguliled coiurjouniiira
that was possible to release her, but failed. Yanderze. II. Anderson of to all the objections made to the resolu in our country have the strongest aril must Ie
Holmes, tH. ,
She herself endeavored to unloose the rope, Alfred Hill tion. Mr. A. undertook he said, to settle the cu.e prison; and public offenders are therefore
N. YorK; Capt. Capt. Salter ol visited with be must exemplary punishments.
but was unable to do *n, and nhortly after- N. James points of the compass with his friend from S.
Portsmouth, H. Johnson Jr., ol This jury would therefore recommend this sub
broke off from the boat and C. who had remarked-that tho of the
wards the brace
money immediate
ofNew-H.iven the attention
Boston, W. S. Read Conn.D. jest ti> of their t lell\v
towards the shore Mrs. Schroeder, Government flowed the North. J
went Clark of Athens, Ga., Jno. Mather, to appeared citizens.
still fastened to it, while her unfortunate Conrad Quinn, (boy) Jersey City. from the documents before him that ten This Jury would also: presenfas a public and
companion, slipped off and was lost. Mrs.S. or twelve millions had lately been expendedat common nuisance, the custom of trading upon
after striking the beach. with great pre- EXTRACT OF A LETTER DATED the Seuth West, in the prosecution of this the Sabbath which has hitherto not only been
sence of mind, drew the timber up on the AUGUSTA, GEO. 18th Oct. 1837. War, and that the greater proportion of: the tolerated, but encouraged by ninny even "of our
beach so far as to prevent it from being My DEAR SIR-"The Convention organ- Deposit s were in the DI-po ire Banks at the best citizens. \ 'e believe this custom is highly
washed away by the waves, and was thus sa- ized en Monday Mr. Boyce of Chirleston South \\ est; and therefore it appeared to demoralizing, and tend to corrupt. and derange
the habits "r slave population and render
was appointed President, and Gen'l McDuffie him that the North was somewhere in the our : ,
the
ved.The Sabbath! a day: of amusement, dissipation,
hull of the boat broke into three pieces chairman, of a committee of 17, whichwas vicinity of New-Orleans. Before Mr. A. and debauchery. The negroes whom it is >m-
and the shore was completely strewed raised on a motion to prepare a report concluded, the House went to the orders of jxissible lo restrain from the temptation which
with portions of the wreck, baggage, &c. for &c. I did not arrive until 5 o'clock yesterday the day. this inducement Mas out to them, being free
five or six miles in extent the next morning. morning, and at 11 o'clock the Convention The Senate Bill for regulating& fees to frnlri! labour on that day, make use of that wpporliuniiy -
Captain White, with six or seven other met, when I was added to the Com District Attoruies in certain cases was' Con-' tu pilfer from their masters: and others
persons, clung to a piece of the forward part mittee. Tho Committee were in session all sidered and passed. those articles which are readily exchanged fir
of the boat and reached the beach in safe- the afternoon of yesterday and the report is The House: went into Committee of the spirituous and liquors, which corrupt their own morals
and ihe
: habits are occasion of the Joss
ty. Mrs. Lacoste floated ashore nearly exhausted to be made on this day at 12, M. Tho com- Whole on the State oftho Union (Mr. Smithin to their masters, not only of their properly but
and had she not been taken up mittee, I presume will adjourn this after- the Chair) and Mr. Pickens moved thai the labor of their ha nd*. This custom has been
would most probably have perished. I noon. A great variety of projects were submitted the Committee take up the (Bill from the Sen- interdicted in other pans of our rerrilory,:lod in
Mr. Vtnatrzer was not the person who to the committee by different members ate commonly called the Sub-Treantry Bill, rur neighbouringcilyTallahassee,it is entirely
was saved by the life preserver, but saved i of it, and discussed freely most of and there upon he demanded u count. a bf.lishd.Ve would recommend the subject
himself by swimming, and was nearly drowned which the committee rejected as wild and The question was agreed to. by a vote of for Ihe deliberation* of the intelligent. Intendant
and Town Council of
before he reached the land in encoun- in 104 to 25. Quinc,
visionary, a? impracticable operation or
The
jury would also beg leave lo
tering a portion of the wreck of considerable otherwise objectionable. The cpmmi'tee The question being on the j proposition of late their l fellow citizen upon the zeal congralu., ability,
length, which he was obliged to climb have resolved to recommend to the Legislatures Mr. Garland, of V Il., ts substitute for the and strict imparliilii: with udI#
over. Mr. H. Anderson was the gentlemanwho of the States the passage of a generallaw Bill, the Bill heretofore submitted by him for powers of this "aurt have been exercised:i

wore the life preserver, and doubtless authorizing limited Co-piutner?hip.Thi .- continuing the State Banks as depositories, To Ihe Hun. Thomas U.-inda'J' ,the Jiig pre.
entirely indebted to it for his preservation, proposition I foil it my duty to sustain and providing that the notes of Banks paidin siding they express their most hearty thanks
as he was utterly unable to swim. It was as a measure calculated to divert capital from !specie under certain restrictions and con arm acknowledgements of their entire confidence
fixed underneath his arms, and every rica other channels, to be employed in trade, ditions shall be received in payment of public in his qualifiraiions! .and unflinching integrity,
which have been tested through a long and. la
that struck him, whirled him over once or which is necessary to affect the leading object dues borious term ofoffice. ,
twice but he invariably came "heads up," of the Convention, as capital is the great Mr. Ogden Hoffman addressed the Committee To the District Attorney they would tender
and is, fortunately a living evidence of the desideratum and in which the South is admitted in opposition to the Bill and in teply their acknowledgements! for i prompioessand efficiency
usefulness ot this invaluable invention with on all hands. to be deficient. I pro to the remarks yesterday made by Mr. Pick- in the performance: o!' hU duties. Ha
which every person who goes to sea should posed to the committee thai the planters in I instructions upon I legal questions submitted, to
provide themselves.Mr. the South should he requested instead of ens.Mr.. Mason, of Ya., spoke, at length, in us, and his constant= and unremitting attention/
Loeegretn was the deck, to the public matters presented to our consider*
on upper investing their surplus capital in negroes to support of the Bill.
and tolled the boll of the boat until almost make more cotton,to employ in commerce; lion, demand and ISAAC receive FcRorsoir our (sincere Foreman.thanks.

every ene had left her when he sprung off which will be embraced in the report to be NEW YORK Oct. 10. Jason Gregory, Archibald,M'Shalter
and swam to the land. submitted this Out from The sales this
day. emancipation Specie- morning were .Jonathan Wilder. Madison Lot,
We have been thus particular in giving he commercial bondage to Now York, in $1000 in half dollars! at 5 1-2 premium; and David Wilson, Edward Fail,
very circumstance, as we know the anxiety which we are involved must be a work ol $2000: in quarter at 5 do. We notice American Jacob H. Wilder, Bryan Vickers,
.'that JMcUts: and feel much indebted to Mr. time. The difficulties are numerous and gold at 5 (-4 n 5 1-2 premium; half dol- David Ferguson J e se Yaun.

r"fttfttfttztt for his kindness in furnishing us and great: Time, unaoinmity, and perseverance lars, 5 1-2 a 5 3-8 do.; Mexican dollars, 6 Stephen Nelson Frederick fFethiagton: .
-with. the details. on the of the alone 6 1-4 do. five franc 99 John Wynn David: Milk,
part people can a ; pieces, a- ; sovereigns -
.]Ux>ut 20 of the bodies of the drowned Alexander Love Mitchell Womack
them. It is
overcome vain Patriot doubloons
in my opinion to $5,10 a $5,15; John Lou
Wilcox Ab'm
**BHitshore; before Mr.: V.: I left, and had go in search of schemes, which like magic, $16,35 a $16,45. H. H. Shelter, J. W. irig.1'HE ,.



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Ua} IIh Treasoiy Deportment, Florida .t= 'N OTI CE:. rNOTICE.. *" ,. ..1-,)',

UZflTPORT A DITqR' OFFICE, ) : weeks after date, I shall apply to the Judge SIX week after date, I shall apply to the Uon f
OF ST. MARK. 24ih Oct. 1S37. J the County Court or Leon county for'Ui- of the County Court of Leon eoeaty,b

Arrived-ct.' 41, Brig Statira, Bab'>ie, muter it herrby given to Auctioneers, administration' on the esiale of Helen'Darid--' letters of administration Bpo.the estate of Jose .i
from NY wiihmoz to sundries. NOTICE and others charged: with the late ol aaid county. Harley, deceased, late of said "
,
M Hill. laand child, MKIvfryJones lion or the public <<,'tnllet that suits will b- JOHN- S. TAYLOR. JOSEPH eoaln7b!; ,
Patrick Kerr, L H amenhofer Solomon menced against all who are m default after the 9, I83T._ '5-4- Sept.IS, 1837.. g

Lee Walter F. /ullivan f M.-n roe. L W I of November eiwuing. L. A. THOMPSON, NOTICE.
Lana John Themes Bennett AUII.Pub. ..Jcc'ts.The NOTICE.
James ,
Lee[ C, Brown. Pensarolk Gazette,'St. Joseph Tirres; IFeeki after date the subscriber will mak ALL persons taring demands.again the estate

Brig Luzerne, from Bo00' with mdz to Betton Jerks nvil'e Courier w 11 give the ..bove three : to the lIon. Judge of the County William Bryan,deceased, late Jackson

and others.U .tcit'on, and forward their accounts t, this office ,,Leon Cou .ly, for letters 'administration. county,are requested to present them immediately,
steamer Izard, Jenkins master, from Mobile payment. -,'of Francios Drereux, deceased. property authenticated,and those indebted to make.
via St. Joseph A CHARLES BECKST1EN. payment

sad, Sloop Carotin, Hnngerford master, (romTamPa NOTICE. 9th, 1837. 5-6w toMARTHA P. BRYAN' Admx

,with U SNail, &c. days after date, application will about the S5th ulu a GREYHOUND ELIJAH BRYAN, Adm'r..
Oconee Lynn, 14 days 1m N /, to R Lyon THIRTY Sept. IG, 1837. 6-8w
Ship the Hon. Jo"m A Cameron,J" ., of the Persian breool,-color pale yellow,
Mr Geradi.iand !
with mJz. to sundries. Passengeis- of :Superior Court of Jackson county, for formed.-had on a chain collar with NOTICE.
Isdv.Jtfr Acker.and l.'dyCapt Swaim and lady. rity to mil the real estate in said ioun y, bet"' ; I : engraved on it, aod come to the
and M,. the JtfitsHarkl'y persons holding claims against the estate
Uesobrj .lIIler, Taylor, ALL
Mr to the minor hues of William Holland, dic'd.MARY "Dudu. A suitable reward will be paid
*1f,5r8 Wilaan: Diwlm-r, Shay, Feitoh, HOLLANDGuardian.Oct I Georre Cadweli i, late of Jackson county
return to me. J. H. RANDOLPH
Johonnet and twelve in ; deceased, are required to present them,
duly
-K"'jht' Scutt, L-iihrop, authenticated
23, 1817 7th, 1B 7. 5-tf
the atreragc. within the time prescribed by law, e*

Brig B it f Those indebted to said estate are make
required to
oft to sundrIesB'g' I Im. wcekn after date application will be made
baM- THE Brig MARSHAL NET, : immediate to the subscriber.
fr Af. bil- in payment
Bright, 'm I
Susquehanna,
... the Jndzc of the Court bribe
r. now loir ,ip, Will Bail with County coun
Au.c.uon Cl 'k, cur ALEX. TURNER Jdm'r.Sept. .
Lea-Uct'11: U J3 eucura For the
freight or on es-
I J'lith. passage, 15lh, 1B37. 6-4_
Tdmpa I good ncco uodations, i'fip'y to the master un late Kedar Vann. -....
; iSt. A/arks! or to R. L>on.QJob HORACE: V.3NN. MULES FOR SALE.

rS i, 12 9, 1837._ 5-6w THE Subscriber offers for sale a team of six:
: rate MULES.: They are and well
FOIINMWYOUK.THE GROCERIES young
wa I broke. The wagon (made by Watson of YorkPa.)
Bri? "csauEiiANSA J, ; E have just received from New Orleans I and the gears may also purchased.
A ,caste l-o freight pass-igi.-, h invoice of Bacon, Claret Wine Madeira I BAKER' JOHNSON

STORAGE AT M\G.VOL1\. I I ing exrellent ace mmo 'ations, Pickles, U'htskeyc.. which we will sell Tallahassee, Sept. 1st. 1837. {-tf,

siitacrib rs r .o Ruben Lyon. cash.G.
TilE .ion u-inec.m :.t thi* 11 lice an U 'Jal l, Oc'o...-r25. 18.57: II. Sf T. E. LINDENBERGER. NOTICE;

ant \\.1 advance ca-.h ..n C<>tt.>ti s oieJ, *it'i them I 29, 1837. 51 I WILL at a proper time apply to the Hon.
for shipment to N. Yoikew: Oilcans i orCh +ml t $- FOR LlV.vKFOOL NOTICE. Judge of Leon County Court, to be appointed
and alt nd with promptness: II' d ilcsp.nrh' t > Guardian for John D. Sanders and Saroe E. dan
tonr uuMnrss entrust to th r rare. 1 pry fl.iiter 6 THE Ship OCONEE, 'p'4S 1... by {persons late of indebted Leon to ihe estate deceased William d !rs, as they and their effects are without proteo.
are re
-
county ,
thtm..rives, iiom the r '-xpe .ence in burne: ..* toini \ 'i.'PterFor freig I or at; ', to make immediate : and those' tion. Also, at the same time, application be
,
it *0.i r,v-ive a l'b"l' al bh.lre"fpubie: patruno'ge.Their mgsuperio acrc'mmo'at.o >s, claims against said estate paymeut are hereby no'i- made for John D. Sanders to be bound oat until he
follow viz: Hober t..jon.i'rthe m.lserat tt, Marks.Cc'ober'25 is ohge. S. J. RUSSELL.
charges; a--e as present them authenticated within the time twenty years
St rage of l"to; for the season, 5cts per bale! by law to the sl1lj criber,or they will be Sept. 23, 1837. 7-6-
Ma-kin!j and' we':thin:, cacti, 6J1'illmsup barred. WILLIAM LEE .Wm'r.
MAPS OF ,
I 1 lull k "f idnt!_, !.r,0.its pe.-sctt LARGE MARSHAL'S SALE.
Viral m ntir. *t.>iaeoagoo's: 3J'Isper1b1$ I AND ALABAMA.tjHOiriNG 24, 1837. 51 BY virtue of a writ of fieri facial issued out

Ei''tfuccteJiiij! :; m mil, Cj the public and Indian Lan Is I a meeting of the l-iir.-ciors of the ..ake Wim- the Superior Court of the Mid'dle Districtof
BEN! BV Ito & CO. 5 die rcsrrvaH"n, land districts and St. Joscj,.h Canal and Rail-road Com. Florida, in find for the county of Leon, returns

Ma.-nnlin, ITt'i Ort. l.+\7 12 tlj streamVc.. engraved from the government their offi'-e in the City of St. Joseph, Set t- ble to November term 18J7, in which John H.

teysnnJ plats in the g" neral land tific! till following! Rc&olulion was moved and Parker is plaintiff, and Caroline Rjn gold, ad

MOI'I E. Ion city, by Gilman, draughtsman in the ministratrix_of_ James G..U-J.CJ Rlnggold, deed, defend-
I eU.II
'Middle District of Florida, Leon counly.IN nl land nf/ ce. !, in tho opinion of this board the interests am, ll1l1all. on Saturday : *tji flay of November

corseque-ce f the next Vup r'lI C"tiit, ;in.I TAYLOR, okseler! Washington I / IFimic'i and St. Joseph Ce'nai and Ra-:! next, at the court house in duir.cy, In Gaddem

"*, a* now fixed l hy taw ini rfer n, ",.t'. ih-) \ h.is jn-lp'iblishe' I fund( ss cure I Ilhe copy riuht: : demands: an early Convention of the county the in legal hours, sell at public auction, for
term of the "li.1 Coon in Fra-il-lm' $ r< unty < -hic J rordmr. t<> ItwJ the at-oxo m'l's, whirl. will\ !'. cash, following land of said defendant, viz: A

last r.'nirtt for mnny urgent leas ,II, c.-n ..t b- III. i fitnnd t finitely ,t'o>'c complete and accurate th. rcfi-rc resolved, That the President take tract of land lying in Gadsden "county, known M
) l\ishe\ I tic -hnrtfr to the Stockholders section 15, in township 2, range 7, N and W.
d. cr.rnvcne
jo"ri..I wtib'nit SUNK I ubl'f tii'ontc-iit*! t':1) ll is anv ln-rc'ofor publish- They ire i I'U
the efore, i-i j irtu-. of il I e pow rs confide ) in me bv I s. )".r..t'" .'''C 1- : each co it tai i sing; ic.tily six i of the Company in St. Joseph, en the said Levied defendant upon and to to be sold said as writ the property of the
woid rl'dandtli'e.tl"Itbatl.. nevtt-roi 'i! L.'f''UI.ri"r n fe -, an I wi!: b fOtln'< cs i'... iallv usetnl and \ : : n lay in De' mbir next. satisfy according to.

:- Court be p I.ton t Ian I fix!! I 14)r t'-e see h ,- to t' o e tut.ecte.I! in the l","ds of eiil'ei! "' cnce t-, the lbrp. ing /Zcs"lutions. Notice law.
TIIOS. ESTON
I ov1j' u'! inl'-r n.\ti'"n winch _IYen tl.t! : ttiCl"tklioldrT3 in t'ic Lake IV- RANDOLPH, Marshal.
its
*>nd Mnndiy of l It. cetlLtrI' xtn I that vcssnow .I* t w C vi-iy m /
ts,,'dor, t.. be issued, be n ale set nna.1c 1"1 I tlii* p. so-i' i n:: of the bind Ihcis, ri-l.ui\c to St. JoiCjili Ctt'1I1lao I Rail-road Company, 2'1 1S37. By S. H. DUYAL D. M.
the said List mentions lay. : roars s.t.W' shag] lines, Indian I l.ntdj: dud \' in gl'1' r u me tan; tit the office of the Sept. _'__7U_ -
i
TilO.MXS RANDALL ti"n', laud: di-tnris. Jft- and will be fout d \ tny 'in St. J"s-.phun tiic nritnanJ. y in De- NOTICE.

The above order to be f.i.blishd! weekly in the I ly arcur.i-e mind pie<'i-e in these p"int Tl.ey ', nit-a Central otUnJanc is respectfully Tallahassee, Sept.30, 1837.
'
.rid'an: until the mo<'linof Cut. be "cni liy mail: to any p.ut of the Unte : d. weeks after the publication hereof, 1 shall
(Copy, T .sl. auhj-... only to -inI le lett :r p')uigp. Price I R. C. -4LLEN. PreiU SIX to the County Court of Leon county
On. l-or. isIIJK H.prV\L. f')'k. : ihice ,.f cither will l he G nice, Set'y- of .
u. "lolla! I.r r"ii.u'S for letters administration on the estate of Gran.of
... ... .. .. ... ... i
m sit bUr n\e no i UK. n. n > > /.i "': cue R f_ .;11 Q1..rr- La-, ;. Ct.-pr-.4.4-. m.n,
MISS PARROTT m d.- 10 traveling\ CigClll", or to any who buy lL\ANA SCG ARS. colour, late of Leun counly.8Cw .
;: informs the Citizens of a ai\ \VM., DUVAL.
RESPECTFULLY! i its'icll1aty, that J f'er rr::: E .t'ips of rsewsjiapers, any where, l1tf"t very superior Havana S ,GARS, im- _
.sE\t-l direct,just received and fo.r sale at the I Ii GROCERIES & PROVISIONS
INAllY for YOUNG LADIES, will will gin thw nbn\e advertisement, mrludirg ,
Monday, Gcljber 23d, in the Rooms( lately oc.cti'l n< tie, onr two insertions, sh III revive by i il! \RT:) ,. by 1S37 it. J 1IACKLEY 8-.f THE! subscriber is now receiving per brig La-

pied by Mr!'. Orch-ird as a fennnary lurn m -ia rojiy of each n>;'p, if thi-y will sci :: from New Yom k, a general assortmentof
The instruction pursued in tins iuMiut'on: vHl opy fit! thi i'.1[>cr. rontamiiis: it, to thc \" MARSHAL'S SALE. Gr-Kfiries, Provisions Dry Goods, Crockery, Ice
embrace a complete| Englkh' course. also the10- :I' AI1lI<;I 2t: ;, 1.-7 I 4c. which will be sold low for cash: or approved
of certain writ oft
virtue and in
df-rn Lungm' Mus c, Drawing, Pain-in., and ,. puiS'iance credit.VILLIA3fCENTRE,
Fancy Nendle Work. I NOTICE. xccution, issued out of the Superior Court of No. 4. Berry's Row.

The present erm will!! open Monday' (\,'toberC'A H\1.: DAVIDSON:; REUBEN (: Dis'I ict of Flurida in and for the county September 30th, 1337. 8-3w

and close July 2.1d, mmpriNing bourn weeks R S -tie my ag tits in" trunsirt any hu returnable to November term of said _.
atli '. c1 .1-11. :Mr. Davidson is : in whirh writ the Governor of the Territory NEW GOODS.
The term d vided in o fo'ir scsioi :, I M3cc e- mine 'in r.ju..ty.
ed by Holiday, ...r ha'f a 1wO"k. I ih"ir z ,110 l ''* rive and pay t'ie debts of the late .\ i is plttnlilT, aad John M'DowcllJr. John have.received by the Lady Washington
TERMS.For firm ->t iiarrieo'i and Wilder. \(: and .Jllcn Faircloth arc d, fendancs, I WE and Lucinda, a large and well selected as

tui'if in all depirtments of English .. udies irti n. ,' !baiurttay: luc 7th day of October, 18 U, .M1 sortmcnt.f Goods wlli;h are invite the public to

per yt ar of forty weekS,1)tU: lor tbo'c 4Ver> 12 .A -'. -.i<- .', ht \11_\1st. I 5::7. 5?- court house in Jfjni'n elloon, said d.ijinlc- examine, with the assurance that they will find ui
years of "S" ; <*" those over 8, and\ unu *r 12 St ;; ", at pu'!):.jrO auction, for cash, the following; disposed to give great bar'- ins.
letendant John 3f )owell viz East MARTIN
ant for those under H, S-0; ball f-aiaSie m A : Non t': I-:. I' Said & IWRT.
:. Ii.tlf of N Eluarl'r section 21,township Sept 30th, 1837 S 4w
vtnce. '' 00 aid I.L jrtons it i :idem LanI1a.g-eJ. each per year. $ > .:T*. "iaft, I IIIe (.j L.. n Cf1'J"IdtcI aseJ, 4, S slid H-cast half of N I li: 1 sec4T, 1,8 COTTON !
Drawjm nail l Pdinttnz i'.OJf j quest'1-! t-i make 11I'JD.Hlli8; |.tymrni; an I P.-E: \ of :N W 54T 1, S of R 4, E-and
Cotton
.
isic<<, S 00f: -r 1 ihct' inEmbroidd \I la.,,ill_rliiiui, a aiuil aid c; tats arc hcicby << ; NE: 1 c.f S 28T, I, R 6, S and E, and the im- 1liTE: will purchase the at the highest market
ry r }d t' rsted Flow rs, and work,$7- Iii pre'ii in m in ptoper flrnt'Ith llth-; time tl.ercru. Y Y price daring' season.

!MAT 'atIAL'EX 'ItA. -erit.e t l IIY Is *, to the untlTsisnc' : l, or ih<:y ,! I > amd ,toue. sciu" as: the oi saw, MARTIN & H RT.
Each Young Lady to find her own sand and !i forevcr b lred. El) U' P-GRANT. M'Duwcll upon one of said defendants property, to satisfy I _September M.b. 1837. 8-4 w .
chair. Adm'r of Durant C.
law.
Boarding can be hat for the pupils at the Seminary : 12th 1817. nccor.lmij' to NOTICE.
August M.
: ESTON RANDOLPH
H/OS ,
. and in genteel private tarn lies. indebted to the estate of Kedar Van J are
ALL
D. M.
S. II. UUVAL
Every intention "ill) lie paid 10 the JUind nnd By to come forward and settle the same
Manners of the Young Ladies committed to the j Tallahassee ockc) Club ;. 19, 1537. 2.tf and all\ those having demands will present them for

charge of Mi,s Parrott, and it w II be her effort to 1837.D al,,i vc sale is postponed until the Grat atur- settlement within the time prescribed by law, or be
merit the approbation of her friends and patrons. i iYoun I ILL commei on the third 'Ve
; Ladiej, di"c'.nnened with the Seminary, \ 1 V DtcemLcr next, the 20,h, and lI'iISTll.\TOR'S NOTICE. HORACE VA NN, Adafr.
can il desired, receive instruction in any of the four d.tys October 1, 1837. sCot4es.
branche, 1 1st lily, We mne .d iy-A vrrc' slake' frr L persons hiving; claims! against the estate "" ""

REFERENCESGen. BruwnJu 'roe Ran Jail,Gov. your ld., Florida Cots, one mile, 11 ei\t", "' of the late S. S. Peebles, are requested to pre .
Call Col. Bu ler. ion 31WJ f.rf'it 330. The Colts tube n to the sub-.crib.-r,properly authenticated, THE subscriber will advance on Cotton, de
,
St. Marks Tallahassee the Rat!.
I the time prescribed by law, or they will be ed at or
ailahasser: Ocr, llth, 1837 104wTO day l hi fore the race. Road Depot. R. H. BERRY.
To ihis sweepstakes there are five sub '. of
I, recoveryALEX FORMY DUVAL, Sept. 23, 187._ 7 4t
and dosed
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THE PUKLIC. I I 2x1 'Jay. Thuit-Jay-Jockry Club Purse, Adm'r of S. S. Peebles, dec'd. SUPERIOR COURT,
It is due to Miss PARUOTT t'o sate, that the 2'S 1817.: 7
I 1 two mile! heats; cnt'.mre: 325 ; fee fjr rt MIDDLE DISTRICT FLORIDA
Purges in her school, both in their present re- own-'d the IVnAnry of l-'londaor in the
MAGNOLIA.
ducc'I l, and in tbeirt'rijinnl form, wee determined m of Dtc.tiur. Thom.is wnj :STORAGE AT Rohert H Berry ) Assumpsiu AUacht f 1 13 94
ly the aJviceof her.fricnds. In the fir's' instance, !ing enmities! bcfjretae firsi of / suliscrilieis will receive on storage for ship VB V Sums for $?00, issued Sept 16;
: he Stale: of Georgia; lay lice aso: go.ods and mer- 1837 Returnable to NOT Term
a friend "as consulted who having children 10'' Cotton tor other prlJ ; William Bryan, } ; ,
educate,,from motives of delicacy advised a higherrate I 1837. climb 1300; ; and forward with punctualitydtspatch.. defendant in said case and all other inter
'
than circumstance w..ul.l justify; and he mat- 'I 3d Hay, prilla\-JocL.ey purse. ; bu-inws entrusted .o their care will: receive ira- THE will take notice of the institution of said
Fne above.
mil (heats rntianc 30. as!
; .. will be the
ter in consfquence being suLnmieJ for rero' sidera. Purse aUunti n. Thi-ir terms sani" suit by attachment as aforesaid-and they are required .
nell aflf'r .'eltheral iO"de- ,, 4th 1)IIY, SlIlIwl'y-Pr/.rietllr's/ From lirg experience in business the declaration
lion, -lie und ni u.Rture le Heats three best in fiv ;: to appear and plead to 5Je4
cided upon; the present rates,as>the lowest"due i i"n np, tWO ml0.; one Free m above., hope to meet with a there of paWcjauona! ;e. in !said: case, a.ccortJlto i the form of the statute.
which in re son it '6 pos-iblr- nak. It is "i h :I! Inner $ as for three J.kN.. 1I .\1LI-;. such ca e made and provided C S SIBLEY,

real pleasure that the und'Ts'gned( r Ibis xpl.i- i thre.1'0T&-Thc mile luats,Sweepstakes and the Postsiakcs, 2 mile year !! : I>r|, 7, 11't7. 9-6t 4u'y for'pltffSeptember

nition, and recommend 10 the pnlritns r( timer NOTICE. 30th 1837 8-tf
1 there
filled In"- being n't _
:
not
wtri- .
which the moral : *"
fellow high
citizens-
: seminary nrcomi'li.Oied i tout of the scent; ry of Florid! i, the spoils ( liE SUBSCRIBER( intending to remove from WANTED
inte'lectnal character of the pnncipnj !
end will! l I.e confined to Florida owned from the Territory, offers for sile a valuable
mciting lads learn the PriDIr
is suflHenf to the | for the accuisiii Active, intelligent ,to
guarantee poly the .- miles from Tal-
!i with the exceptiun of ljoio.ng: 1:1 LAND, situated 'ib ut six TWO immediately at
i A of all that is useful and o''O'Damental Polite I 400 acres. business. Apply
j I (Jcoigia.VZI -ee, near Lake Jackson, containing THIS OFnCE.
educaiios. : >Gentl 'm -n disposed: form now why'h are elected and under cpltlval on.- _

Thomas Randall Club, nre n'>tiemd to meet at the City -, i o offers for sale the growing crop and stock, NOTICE,

Thomas Brown, TnUbscc:, nt 8.''cl"rk, on tl.e Evening :( a set of Blacksmith tools a..d farming utensil, months afterdate, I shall present ray ac-

Francis Eppe. to the Races, for the purposi of a cotton gin. SEX and vouchersa, and apply t) the Roar
RicharH Hiiywmd same. tract was formerly owned by Capt. H. F. County Court of Jefferson county, for a final! settlement
The Rules of he, old Jockey Club will has on it a valuable mill scat and from and discharge from the administration of theeaae4

Robert J. llackley- untill a new Club 's organized. on possesses other considerable adrantges. estate of James Hall, law of aiJ county,
Oct. S;, 1S37. _12 THUS.'BROWN, terms apjly to the proprietor on the planta- JAMES L. PARISH,
- Tallahassee, October 1Rth, IR37 THOMAS CIM80N. 19 1837. 2 Gm Ado>V.
4th day of Aug. ,
b sold, on Saturday, the t 25th 1337. 3tfNOTICE. .
WILL u ,
next, et the house of the sub I K I .. lUl RELS Peach Hrll.tJdyaud NOTICE,

scrilier.in Lec/nroun'y two mules, one soriel mare, I g" 50 Piece Bjg:;ing, made weeks after date, application will be mafr
one yoke{ nf risen and cart, one man's saddle, one A Lot of Twine weeks after date, application will be SIX the Honorable Judge of the eoantj court of

< horse wagon, and sundry other articles, with a 20 Bass Coffee, to the Judge of the County Court of the the county Leon'Connty for letters pi ,Administratioa-oa' &h1nt3JlJcf

a red't of twelve months, purcVasers giving bond. Spanish and American Ecgars, for letters of administration on estate Richard, C. Parish;dee. .
;with approved:security: to the subscriber. In tore and for, sale at the Arction Mart I late Eliluh Harvey, of said connty. JOHN D ft A NI'D....1 ,
JOHN 1SLER, R. J. 1FORMY DUYAL. 30th 18374 ...J :r.ffl.,

Administrator of R W Stafford. Tallahassee, Oc'. 17, 1837. 23, 1837.: 7 September ,. .... ...
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THE UNITED STATES OP AMERICA;- "

..LEGAL,ADVERTISEMENTS., MIDDLE 'DISTRICT OF I'LORIDAIS. :" :'" ',

To the M.llaaleftluiaitl DiItrid-OREBTING: .
month from date I will apply '
NOTICE.-8iX Sears, Bryan, Judge of the WHEREAS Charles 8. Sibley, Esq., Attorswy of tbe United State for'UM Middle

C.unty,Court of Jactoon County, tobe dischargedfrom District of Florida, in UM name and behalf as wall of tbe United States as of Gabriel
th..farther administration of the estate of y J. Floyd, Esq. Collector of the Customs for the District sod Port of Apelscateole.. fa

1.bl RU deceased.WILSON ROYAL, Adm'r.April the said Middle District of Florida, and of all other persons concerned, hath filed and ex*

!2,1.337. 37-6m Sto.Dl+i. IJe ..O. aDFs'a hibited his libel or complaint in the Superior Court of said District sitting as a District
AUCTIONEERAND Court of the United Stales, for the trial of causes of Admiralty and Maratune Jurisdiction,

NOTICE. stating, alleging and propounding "that at a time putt to wit, on the fourth day of October
I hall ac-
an.er'date my Commission Merchant.QUILIB .
SIX;;;: months. present in the of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty-seven, at the District
... and ,voocheraand apply to the Hnn. :I ID&lXOji Mondays and Saturdays- year of
County Court of Jefferson county for a final! settlement Appalachicola} aforesaid, in the Middle District of Florida aforesaid, and within the jurisdiction
and discharge from the administration of the N. York& St.Marks line Packets of said Court, a certain vessel and water craft and brig, called the Plaint ef Ports

estate of Thomas JAMES Del php,L.late PARISH of said county Adm'r., do- mouth, of the burthen of one hundred and twenty nine and five ninety-fifths tons, of.which

ceased.Aug. 19, 1837. 8-6tn said Brig ore Jeremiah Kenny was master, and said Jeremiah Kenny and John Amazeen
are owners a* injrctjrs by the temporary register of said brig, granted at the port of Boston

NOTICE.I shall my Toach- and Chat:.. w 0 on the fifteenth day of December in the yea one thousand eight hundred
months after date present
SIX and a Hon. the Judge of theCounty FIRST be Rate employed Vessels in and this experienced line to sail from Masters either : and thirtv fiu-, ther/o AOflP--d, and prayed to be made part of said libel, was unlawfully,
Court otOadaden county, for a final settlement port-a vessel will sail on the 8th and 24th of wilfullv and knowing l ,'st eel i by said Jeremiah Kenny master and part owner thereof
and discharge from the administration Gadsden of the every month, and oftener should patronage re- : in the ;importation and bnasjin!: into iJd Territory of Florida, and into said district of Appa-
late of county,
Hills
estate of Capt. John quire.WM. I lacbjc ,ha arxlI: K;!" Pisti* : V\\.:*. Florida. JONA. ROBINSON Administrator. ROB'T. WYLLYS LYON, Agent PRATT St..Marks., A6eut tf. YuiK, from M, m' ;o H.ty, m the *,.u" i J."ti
August 14. 1831. l6mSIX St. Marks, ..fprillb, 1837. 36-ly'r. wid"ir.:;' t? j ol >rvic and"labour, and that said negro Joseph
NOTICE. was unlawfully I!>. y\\h= \ nn knowing'!,' >r".iglu; nio $lId Territory. and into said district of
months after date wt'will apply to the NOTICE. Appalachicola, an* said Brig Planet, from Montega!
of the county court of Gadsden county, THOSE persons who are indebted to E.B. Bay aforesaid! ,will troy-r' i i-oW th r siil necf ot'..Htt ..- \\t-t and labor as aforesaid,con-
of by note or account, are ear-
for the a estate final of discharge Hosea Wilder from the late administration of said county, nestly requested to make immediate payment to trary to the statutes of v>. Un..'#''I: Sf;:.:':'i of ASi; **;.:* .') ";".JI".e! made and provided; sod
deceased. he subscribers before the first of September, as all whereby according to the fury "f toe Ltd "'itutc5, :'\! ';airl l Sri<; Planet of Portsrnootb, her
JACOB H. WILDER ) AdminisWM. account remaining unpaid at that date will be put tackle apparel and furniture, then ;,1.;' tiit to burr mo ::1.(1 un-!: liable to seizure prosecutionand

H. WILDER.- Jtrators: into the hands of an.attorney BARNARD for collection.E. Jr. 4CO.. forfeiture i ilt any district in the Uniu-n 3-ates" in v I .,;h -,01.: might be found, one half there

duincy, May SOth, 1837. 4t-261.S July I, 1837.-47 For E. B.Perkins. of to the United States, and the other half ts. III'" -.1' t who shall prosecute the same to

Administrators' Notice. effect, and the said Attorney in the name and i. the United States aforesaid doth

NOTICE is of hereby Gadsden given county that at Court the,next the undersigned ]anu-- Former CITY Peter STABLES Robinson's., aver and in fact say, that Gabriel J. Floyd Esquire, :actor of the customs: of the United

Administrators of Thomas Wynn, dec'd, following rules & regulations are adopt- States of America for the district and port Appalachicola: then and there on the day and
will make final report and settlement of said es- THE for the government of the above stables, year aforesaid in the district of Appalacbicola, and in the :Middle District of Florida afore-
tate; and sir months from the date hereof will applyfor and will be strictly! observed, it is hoped they:will said, did seize said brig Planet of Portsmouth according: to law, as being forfeited as afore-

court a as discharge such administrators.and letters dismissory from said give irrstanding.general satisfaction, and prevent any misun- said, the said brig Planet" then and there being found, and now holds and detains the,same in

JOHN WYNN, The hire of a custo ly in this District.
HENRY H. BROWN. Hack and four $15 00 per.day, And the said Attorney of the United States therefore prays advice of the Court herein
July 16,1837-50-&n Hack and pair 750 in the premises, and that due process of law may issue against said vessel, her tackle,
NOTICE. Sulkey and horse 3 00 apparel and furniture, and tint proclamation and monition may issue in that behalf to

AT the Jackson next April county term, I shall of the present County the Court ac- Single do horse do 200 700 per week cite and admonish all persons, and especially the said Jeremiah Kenny, the master thereof -

counts and vouchers of the administrators of the Horse at Livery 2500 per mouth to be and appear at a day and place by your Honor to be named to show cause, if any *
estate .f WM. HOLLAND, dec'd, for settlement, do do 1 25 per day, I I they have, why the said brig Planet, her tackle, apparel and furniture, should net be eon-
and ask for letter of dismission from said estate. Single feed 62 i demned and sold, and the money arising from the said sale distributed according to law, '
THOMAS ORMAN, All horsrs hired must be paid for in advance, unless -
One of the Administrators. the person has an account with the stables. and that she be so condemned and sold, and said money so distributed prayelb."
Marianna,June 26th, 1837. 47-6m No horse delivered without an order from the And whereas, thereupon, the Judge of said Court did on the twenty-third day of October -
owner or to his known servant. 1837 by his order and decree at chambers, order and decree as follows, to wit:
jNOTlCE. Smoking in the stable is entirely forbid-The
persons indebted to the estate of Richard establishment will be closed at 10 o'clock. Persons "The Clerk of this Court for Franklin county is ordered to issue process as in the fore-
ALL Stafford,are requested to make immediate entering will please close the gate. going libel is prayed and returnable to Monday, the 13th of November, 1837, and the
and thosse having claims against said THE PROPRIETOR.March .
payment estate will be authenticated and presented within 4 1837._30tf Marshal of said District is ordered to serve and execute the same personally on said Je-
the time prescribed by law or they will be forever Jailor's Notice. remiah Kenney therein named if in said District, and all other persons interested, in the

barred. JOHN IZLER. COMMITTED to the county Jail of Jefferson said District, and by posting up copies of the said monition on the mainmast of said brig,
June 3, 1837._43-tf county on he 13th insU two fugutiveslaves, and on two other places thereof, and to publish the same in one or more newspapers printed -

LEON COUNTY COURT. viz: a negro man who says his name is BOB, in said District, and by posting up the same in three or more public places therein until
Edward Loockerman ') Assumpsit.. Att'nt.for and says he belongs to George. Ward of niri return day. according to the rules of this Court." I
W. p a.oo, 0. .uw.4 --t' Lean ; also if negro man who says his "TuoMAs RANDALL "
Wm Jonrdan and Henry for $165 dam's; issued name is ESLEY, and that lie belongs to Judge.
Smith trading, &c. as 1 Sept !21,1837 March t'm; returnable 1833.: George Brown Sumpter r county, Mississippi. THEREFORE, you the said Marshal are hereby authorized, empowered, and strictly

Jourdan defendants tf Smith.in said case to, and all others, in The owners are requested to prove property, enjoined peremptorily, to cite and Admonish the said Jeremiah Kenny, the master or
THE will take notice of the institution of pay charges and take them away.S said brig, and all[ persons whatsoever interested in said brig: Planet of Portsmouth, her
said suit, and of the issuing of said writ of attachment S \ BA/t/UNGTON, Jailor.| tackle apparel l, and furniture, in said libel alledged, by publicly affixing a, copy of this
and to appear and plead to the declaration Jan. 21, 1837. 34 6m monition on the main mast of said brig: and on two other places thereof and by personal
filed in said action, according to the statutesin
such case made and provided. COPARTNERSHIP. service on said Jeremiah Kenny, if in said District and all others interested in said brig,
CHARLES s. SIBLEY, Att'y of Plff. THE subscribers have this day entered into in said district and by posting up copies of this monition, and to publish the same
-Dated Sept. !21, 1838. 7-3m & Co. under the firm of Taft, Holt in one or more newspapers piintcd in said district, and by posting up the same in three

EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. S. S TAFT more public places therein, until said return day, according to the rules of this court, as
persons who have any demands against GEORGE G.HOLT! designated in said order, and by all other lawful ways and means and methods whatsoever -
ALL estate of William Patterson, late of GEORGE MILLER. whereby this monition may be made most public and notorious, to be and appear at
Jackson County, deceased, are hereby requested St.Marks, July 1, 1837. 51 the time and place aforesaid before/ the judge aforesaid, in the said order and decree specified ..
to present them without delay to the subscribers.
JOHN W; PATTERSON, > Execu. BlQ1JI1fJD 4J.Il11mall1lBeJ:7THE ; and also to attend upon every session or sessions specified until a definative decree -
ALFRED L. WOODWARD t tore. : undersigned respectfully informs the or sentence shall be made and promulgated in said business conlusively if any of them
Jane 3. 1837. 43-tf planters of Leon and adjacent counties, that he has shall think it their business ae to do, to hear, abide by and perform all and singular suchju

NOTICE. to made sell and E.appointed W. Pitt's DAVID C.Cotton WILSON CUL his attorney Tn"A- dicial acts as are necessary, and by law required to be done and expedited in tbe premises;

Q.(IX n nth after date, I shall present my accounts TORS. He respectfully patent invites the Planters to call! and further to do and receive what unto the iaw and justice appertains, under tbe pain of
and vouchers, and apply to the Hen. and examine for themselves. the law and contempt thereof the absence and contumacy of them, and each and every

County discharge Coon from o:Leon the county administration, for a final of settlementand the estate Tallahassee Dec. 26 1836.C. F. CLABAUC// of them, in every wise notwithstanding ; and whatsoever you shall do in the premise,

of Wm. Kinnaird, Isle of said county. 21-tf you shall duly certify unto the judge aforesaid, at the time and place aforesaid, togetherwith
GEORGE YOUNG, Administrator.July Twenty-Five Dollars Reward. these prellcnts.Q'VITNESS': .
NOTICE bright Boy HORSE, lean in flesh.
the Honorable Thomas Randall of said Court this
Judge oar
has two white hind feet,and a white star: in his fore- ;
IS HEREBY of Gadsden GIVEN County, that at Court the next, the January undersigned head. Said horse went away about two months day of October in the year of our Lord one thousand eight
term
the Executor of Fields F. Wynn who was ago. $25 will begiven on his delivery at Captain thirty-seven, and of the IndepenJence of the United Stales of
Brown's Hotel
executor of Benjamin B. Babb, will make final re by Wm. CAUTION. sixty-second year.
and settlement of said estate, and six monthsrrom Tallahassee, March 25th, 1837, 33tf (Signed) GEORGE F. \LTZELL, Clerk.
the date hereof will apply for a discharge and James Johnson Birge,
letters dismissory from said court as such executor -
of said Babb. JOHN IFYNN. DRAPER AND TAILOR NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN to all concerned ot the foregoing as t am dtrected there D.
July 16, 1837. 50-6m TALLAHASSEE, FLA: SAMUEL H. DUYAL
(Next door Jot. of F.letJt\eeltrt, in Monroe it.])
Let my work recommend me. HAS just received from New York a superior Martial, Middle District Florida.
Subscriber having erected his shop at of Broadcloths, Cassimers and
THE Store sear Baileys Mill, offers his Vestings,among which are all the most: fashionable medical College CALL Georgia.
serviera to the public as a first rate Gun Smith, colors and patterns that have appeared in the New CAUTION.warned CoUfMS of :1.ectures .n this naziU* w
and is prepared to do Farmers plantation work.- York market,also an extensive assortment of Ready persons are hereby against trading THE ( ) ? ?
Ha also will work on Carriages or any other smith Made Clothing of every description, which he can three certain promissory I notes' drawn by. grS1 SHSr the 91
work that is necessary to be done in the collntryand warrant to be as neatly made, and of as fine cloths the undersigned, and made payable to Joseph B third
wishes his diligence in discharging work, and is any ever offered in the southern country. A few Watts,or bearer, as follows. "dJ ot' this month, will be commencement day,
the 26th and
pleasing customers, to secure to him a liberal share suits of youths clothing, also youths chinchilla,and One note dated on July. 1837, tree The Professors are
1833 '
of for
of patronage. EBER BE.4L. cloth caps, nr.cns hats,cloth and far caps of various able on the dollars.first day January, L. .*. DuJ" M. Vff MU>1iy'
Baler's Mills, Jeflbraon county, June U. 45 qualities, shirts frem one to seven dollars each thousand One note of the same date, and payable on the Charles Davis? formerly of Charleston,) of
JAMES H. COOK among which arc a variety of plain and rufflec first day of January, 1839, for two thousand dollars.Chemistry and Ph\fIDUY.
linen, plain and embroidened bosoms, collars, stocks ( M. D. of Therapglla aDd Materia
the date and JDSPj.AEre
On
of the
) dote same payable on
No. 100 BROADWAY NEW YORK
fine merino
suspenders, flannel canton flannel,and dollars.Medl ,
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first day of January, 1840,for tvo thousand ?
Jfetween Pine and Broad Street, net cotton shirts and drawers, linen, silk, buckskinand As the said Joseph B. Walls hIS not gen us the George M. Newton, M. D. (lost returned from 8qs
fur globes, fur collars do. white and colored ) orPhTsiology and Paihojogical Aaatony
OFFERS for sale consideration determined ,
a full and complete assortment of agreed upon, we are not Trope
silk and linen handkerchiefs.
of Institutes Methane aadiwith
oC
Cabinet Farnitare" consisting of Sideboards with to pay either of the said notes, until he complies K/0?! D.
} Also a lot.f clothing, all of whicH he will
marble tops, do plain; Dressing Bureaux with mar- negro his agreement, or until a due cOurse of law. Junaprudence.
ble and plain tops Centre Tables both square and sell as Uw according to the quality of the goods as MARTIN PALMER, Paul pEe, **. D. of Pnowplea and Pracsce( of;
r und, with Marble tops Pier tables do., Dining can be bought in the Territory.Nov. JAMES L. PARISH Surgery, ..
tables in aetli and single, Breakfast tables of all 19th 1836. 15tf DARIUS WILLIAMS.A.. Cunningham, .D. of Theory and Praeticeof.-

sizes, Bureaus do.,Sofas of all qualities,fashion and TIN WARE. Jtfoniicello,Jefferson county Sept. 30, 1837. Medicine. ...
price!, Mahogany Chairs from f5 to *20 each 8-tf M. Antany, _. D. of Obatetnca and Diseasa.of
Rocking Chairs of every description, Wardrobesof THE subscriber will carry on Females and Infanta.
all qualities and sizes, Secretaries and Bookcases the Tin Ware manufacturing NOTICE.' Wm. Henry Robert,Prosector.
do.Lades Work Tables,with Marble and wood business, and will at all times subscribers having formed a copartner- Fees for the full courts, the sight tickcla, SI2Q,
t.P.i Mahogany high post and French Beadsteads have on hand a general assort THE,will hereafter conduct the Drug business Demewtration once, 10
Marble do. Looking Garses( a full assortment oi retail reasonable ment either at wholesale or in the name of Matriculation, OOCB, S
Hair Ma truae, and: Feather Beds together withverj on as terms as can be sold in STEWART dt BARNAHD. 30
article any Southern market- particulars, 40Circular i to
sec to faraish 'onM. or aP21y
li isary March 25th a Trfrms Country merchants and others are invited to, Then shop WIll be found at the old tllnd: formerly PAUL F. EVE,Dean or Faclllry.,
(
lm f
:r 18S1jL ) call and satisfy themseivea.TallabasaeeJan.14,1837.. occupied by Mr. E.B.Perkins, opposite the mar- Augusta' Ga. Aal. 7. C
WM. H.FRANCIS. ket Douse- .
"TIDt! ES r 1837 are now due. By call 23tfftl They will keep full assortments of Medicines months after data I shall present my tc-
... , and paying the wune* tie uDIIwill much AX/T.-250 sacks salt, for bale by pledge themselves to nell nothing but genuine arti- estate of Harris Buiney late of Leon County, and.
SA.\! L. H. s.7ept. R. H. BERRY. cles. J. EDWIN STEWART, M.D. apply for a diachaTgtt 8IMQN.T4YLOR..
15y 1837.9 -Tax-Collector.-- --_.. I 23, 1837. 73t 47-tf, EDWARD BARNARD Jr. Ap'riU'J 137. )8.8=,