The Floridian
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079927/00245
 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: October 28, 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
notis - AKP8647
lccn - sn 84022794
System ID: UF00079927:00245
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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t ____ .__ in aftjr.uutive; arid, Augu tine. There i is every appearance of a
1'. x. .inoriM'> )' !liildle District of I'lo. A Jnrisfi mcf/ioflaf bringing Bo."up Pro- upon the Indian assuring them that the man vigorous campaign. Gen. Jcsur ia determined -
aOT.te his /J'rnfrtbionwl i 1 st'n't"f'S sit- I thus described had
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fssiolally1'hcu; the they to strike sudden
breakfast : and
.,nj c.un.cllor L>!iW, UI the: c !lcciii.ii of ,:IUts, was cleared desired severe blow
,..<. in \1..11111' FI..nda. He will .ittrud Min Ne t away the merry old) gentleman and the two he i-.iformcd how he was able to as soon as his plans are arranged.The .

Court" llis t.'I'l. f'iC'1' nr\t' .lofir tt+ there 1 bills }played at a \'c.'ry curious nnd uncommon givtI so minute description of a person, trooP at Garey'a Ferry are in fino

ldl"n"l' u< J. 0. \Vestmit" Jr. F.Bq. I ITAII.llw"I' i Hunts, nliirli! \\.is performed; in this The whom, lo them, it appeared ho had never order.
J l3lls. I I:37; way.
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. -- / - ---- --- _----- -- I{: nu' ry old jicntloman) placing) a snuff boa indlf' seen The Indian replied!, "The thief, I The Poinscit sail for Savannah, St. :Ufarys -
.. Law IX'olico.r'k podoftli.! .. 11'1'II\o"I"t note c::.e in lire "! know/ is a little mat by his having made a and St. Johns, immediately after the
'cr Tllr Uthcc is next door! i "I" Adams Iw.1 Clul'.n titlert.I1. ..- I \vatch in liisaistcont pocket, upon order) to reach tho lorlolk bunt, on Monday! next.
i with a :1'iurd! Alain round liis neck the'I nison fr/lll1lhc height at which I
."iri11t'f'i' \1'lr t;! Is'\11- lrpriliril'.II/ ) t the (t'u I.1!: and stick- hung
t'n'u..t..d: tn .,1 n as (.UHNSEt."' ASP ADVOCATE, I| i ins!:! a mock! diamond] pin i in )his. \\liii i, bnttonetl, \ it while) standing on tie ground; that he Han Printers' Proverbs.-N inquire thou

...ICH ATTOKM.IS business us msy Iw ftneed! withll.fnl Ilis.co.tltiht round him, and! putting his c vlil man I know bv his short steps, which of the editor for the new, for behold it i ia his
1-1.1. tttU :" + rr. Ili' h. hdluled t.. \1r. Siiley I n. :i. tarle case and handkerchief !in the 1oIf'C'I') I hat c I raced over tit" dead !leaves in tic duty! at tho appointed time to give it unto
A1'"' !!.'}' (occupy( 'jug ("'flilf I subscriber's!
; ,! trotted) and) down) tho with wood, that he is a while man I know by his thee without asking.It .
..:li"I'I p wl, sill! I ut1.III t tly 'ltewlt.I n I lie Mitt. up room a stick, in I
,ftN WI'I' :t.. 11d for c.t f.f Al'p"al i !';, <\11111111' imitation of the manner in which old gentle- j 'liirniu
.U1.' II." t 'flU : '. Jf'!1'c r....\. 1 1.1, Irr.d.-.I.! 1 t men w .ilk about the. street hour in the j Indian) never does. IIis gun [ know to who is the author of any article, fox his duty
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f nttkh.t d' .'.' l k..'i r'.uiatl. ", tout l:e t .'v' G.ur ". be short from tke
ia ''V "MT'llM I111P.1.! ; d.\ .\ .iNniK-tiiiies:. he Mopped at the fit c-glace} mark the muzzle made by requires him to keep such things unto him
r IUI! 's to''i't J.1 \W.,: n \\1>1''O'1'1'.rr. !! and I sometime. at the door, making believe I rubbing, ; the b.rk of the tree against which i ir self.

:;J '''''''. J mun'2'. it. I'vi7. sisal' t lie WMI .1! iritis \\ illi!( all \iii\\* iniirlit into !simpwindow } } had l lemrd: ; ilntlii-j drag is small I know !by When thou dost enter into a printing of-

-- rLOlUU.DI! -- -- *.. .\l Mich times. je ti /,tilt! !unit a-. nstanlly l hi- t.J.uiJ/ ll, 1t hs has a Lo1 -Ilil I disco fire, !hat c u cure uutu thjreelf; that thou dot

'< .'I.. J. I N'I.!'. 1 1q I'l .III- lonud him for fi-ar: uftilje! 'tt'saud! keep I \'I..i h; "till ni.irk: it made! in the du-t where not touch the type, for thou niay'gt cause

SiUX'l'1 '!"'"'''<,>, \V.iM.n (.MI (* .' \ ::19.1\ ilit 1\ MHppm! :' .til Ins }porkds: in liu n, to st't. tint ills !' he w.islinig; \\hile his master was busied the punter much trouble, and excite the ire

< tli<" TriMny 1).-"*i mct.j, .tll |1'. .ii] ; t<'r Nuri"v<%* lth\I 4inrr; |pr..f] .;. Arne A.I..I! i it .
y : (Inral! maanct: tij.u ( Mivri! lan-jhed till the teais: i ii.indovn -- - Look not thou at tho copy which is in the
.k-n ..d l Itr Ji*' (In 'MUS, a iJ :;,1' tiors: -v. '. fcii.i'.l,: j in
"*'rti<.<., uri*',< n :'ur n.<- A ri.:y. ] his |/1'' All:: this nine tin- two : tIl l.tlllJla.Mlisll--Thc; devotees! of this hands of compositors, for that is not meet in

JiMIN: 1'. (1): VAL.FRANCIS ', b.tt < toitoui'i! Lila. HUM !\- ;,il>onl, ::I.ttin!;<; out ; new iil'1; |I'4! iiuios| me! me becoming numet the sight of the printer.

: A. IMCKK-) ; =>. ,'' ui Ills sibt .s.) .linl'i, \, e\ <-j\1 time :lie turned I : ill lilts E.1"II'111)1llc, : !:, and n.Hinle! some Neither examine thou the proof-sheet, for

r..h. 7lc\7.: 7.tf j I I, luuti'l), that it w , it) i t. X H -L Hers rOit-l'ud.: directed to John P. Uu-
\$1.1 Tnllsh.issce!: : Florida, will attended I.). I : At last the:. }Ii'dzl, ei ttod! nion| his i I *! lu 'ii.ti.| .uuuii and ian.itiriin.. Animal! understand it.

--- --- --- toes, or rail upon his boot acciJenth, wiiiie li.':':itMi-i i.; a .-lrllll;':f inflnenc', s'jppo.cdIn : Prefer thy county newspaper to any other;

TAKE NO'rICE. Charley; Bate stumbled up) Milur4-d( !by the impositiei: of the subscribe immediately for it, and nay in ad-

ft LL tho carcounlsMjain t the es'ate of HAHj i.i )hind!; and in tint one moment they took fioni t It a'.dd ofote p. ion in u (paitic.ilitr manner van: '.e, and it shall be well with thee and thy

2IMS, which U'CRNLlate:s,nil: not b" of j'iCMMited Lc.n t.cuiimy fully, nuilenti dfcrssrd .- !I| )him'; with the rains e.xtraoidinarv rapidil,1{ upon liu .,e' ;un ot'nriolher !By the ii.flii- i little ones.-Broumsvi/le Banner.

: <*ntrd!, .ti' hi'1 ll.r tumr jui-Mubid l hf law-: .' "llUl Ito\ note case, w'ldlgllartl; chui-i' :.hin!! (,11/-" 11.....; sll'II.; .sod to be unpaited, thy m-[ iI I

Will! be h.nieilTini-. +\ tinal t initir.' pin, j porket lia:!nlkei-chief t: even !spe,.l.n'le: tin !:n :I llta:1II'lzl'd: : : I is jmsai'd!! of prf'ler11:1111. Immigration to 7hal.The last Littlo
:SI 1 ,;H t\ I AYL' 'II. AdministjMm.June e.js '. J If tVuld,! tientleniiin Jt-lt! h.ini! ii Rod Arkansas Advocate
: : : .1 anyof : '! (nr.uien, iMe-1/ !to neo ttnou: h tildtiu ( ) says; "Hardly
1" 11" *;. !ItJ; tlJ
the pocket, Ill: crit ,1 nut wlieio, it \\'a"l :.in! :' |I' IP'( i <11.\1( elulli de-mho with! ration! :. an hour in the day passes but a party of from

...,..().1'1, (' .I... ,i lhoi; the ?!ai)1C' Lecan: all over :i'.tin.! nes.-! pl.ue.winch th.::: !h'I\'I: never seen, ic.See. eight to ton well mounted horsemen is seen
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.:;: IX wix.bf, after date! I s1.'!:1 aj'jilv' to sir lion- j -- \\ uii t thi-! i strange' fantasy, our Yankee passing: through our town, bound to Texas.

*.*. JuJ.c i.ir :('Uer.. Texas. Not but
rllo/JI.--\latI'r-; Fuss class'n jiiofos- to found their faith actual passing on a night our
> on
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: .nine h'c i a f .".ii'J c., t'n'' .>. .!I. i i'' gritlecir e.xpctitiit
H'H.LlM J. HMLIIY. :'Chula1'ctii'ul.I .i.t uta.. '.b-1 Itatltn.'I taverns are thronged with travelleia and emigrants

r'Rtthac.: < e. 0"1. 7, 1 IMJ7.: y ;\laslt-r-Tullla.! ., what's: the bluest liver I i for the Red River counties and Tex

XO'l'ICE.- ----- ---- jA i in Amoiihv? t *.,.'rt ./f W511JJl-ln :, very old 1'r.gliiiwe ; as. It is tlought that the influx of emigrants

Ll |l"'r-.oI1"\1\\:ltts within the limits of the I j UIlj'--TI'c} Ton/y/i'jje; : z-ir.: --ike kcep.: ; unlit i.vil 'he io'.lowlng'! curious anec- i into Texas this year will amount to something -

..ill C"1j""at'o.( a e.f the city (If T.illalubct' nn: a pinchis' 1111 nic, ,loIn illnMiiilue, .,1' tin- ttll'cti ..f cI..tom-; I like GOOD. The majority of these aro
iv.ufiid to cleuive die. toanl a'ii, ">r WfoiiSi, ( of Tennesseeanj and i Missourians. ;
ln-x-liy he betterrlas-j
'J unlit V n"),t. ,h.* I ll Itlt illt.uf-ill iniioaiirRsAaiculalfd: Ike-lie lisnc !:'t nit lli-l' zur, and I pinch't! ( I'he lady 1',1'iI veiy taut corpulent/ yentlcmaa i!

J., :RI'M(' .!U.<.,<..., \!': w..''d*, tracit, I.r tilts! ol'rxviy !him liar!; main. being lately iiulip..ed, thought proper &c. and appear to be men ofintcl-

.:rNrrltu! >.". A.i;! Lit f> tia it c.i 'f! i in by tilt' :\Ia..tcl--rOU Ike, I'll wallop/ you bnmtiv.luko to have a led by herself tint she mightrt'poot ligencc: and wealth.! "
*i tioiiitt1 Mijii.l. .I! tit it\ C \..tl:- ,vcr r-eat.-. I'li-sclav. in pninV Closes by lying
.' : ".! d *n1i 4 'j: 'O llrJ. 'itfur thu
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... .ir-o .\d.I'I\.ls---\ih Inn fr'hl v.asipiito' mis'akcn; : in her notion; (fur insteadof 1 PHILADELPHIA Oct. 14.Jfalliicintil'un. .
NOd ..J....,! : I" tJt- .n h' r. II' 1 I.. ti; S"',1] 111 ist 1'111 p tO;>.
"I1ll:" 'H\'IS l't!. t; I..: sat !14d1 'I: ..>I .t 4 '''' II.,' ;.}h'"oJ .t" .J"..'...- ,.-"..-1., a t I., .1"; ..:: ', :. I..:.,.OJ.. ., J -!I'Cjll::;; he: better wit'.unt: her husband, .--We learn that there i ii a

; ; 100 10..1,4} .t I' ',11' <\.1.: .t ii.t2 1 .tt .:.ccL If : 'Itl : -;' a1-, AlKaiii.s.iil&ter ; : I IU f'n''! f'nndl'lt! :,!('t.p at alit suit tho! reason ofI I person now in town, a native of France,
. ./ 'I AiKi" d11.--ji0, ..I.I..J ..jv.i..* 14 ') WV-U .MIO, \I.'> lillStii.it 'Ioffs laici.) IMCut--u i4iu my iiuiu tnc
: P.-ni"""" > ;,
1'0. ::1. : 'cJ..H j .,. -. : ',--uta'l I .'-.,irfuiiiul( .;ho wanted her husband: ), who I I" '('st, under the firm belief( that ho i is tho
\l..s. a-inld.
... 'r : 'p"im': Y"I' .tr.a.. !
'rllii1\ .". %\t' H, I" ::" .t ci Lt. \.nllh.tl. ) I"
---- ..- : ;.Mo-e<--Oil, p'llt'III.--i ilaiKli.iiui-mv! is .' :j jtit'Un \\ :is ;IIc\I.1: rioter! to snore her to sleep, her ) Prince Recent of England, and rightful

: 11..ii1: :-1)1s'1'tCr-'IL\.IKL11 1 : :UPtlC.'L'i -tilijffJive c.i-e-iij.le'.tliv'e, tnode! -- j not !Jiiiiing; this noire, bcingas great a hind- [ heir to the throne now usurped by Her gra-
: : 1'. I' her the would have 'c'i'a; Majesty Queen Victoria. His
range I rest as hearing it story
thud and! nyiiii-
II' ., Ait.. \\.10.1 for cinup; native device, }perbcn
1 A-I'I..III..I.
'' UM Ot ACa: Nj l
used U." i i.s some" hat loose but ho l believes it most
been tc one not to : ,
i ...ii ._ I.: J.i tjv to t'
r.c. ::-II: it u. -J ji.ly c.ise : 7..Jrs.
Jo-iu* liRAXT ami j If3? (lUiii.ia'.tc: to '\u. .Maitcr-Vou lu\: ',11 t s-aid: wnt! "enJer, -- - religiously. All that ho waits for, previous
ClMHLtfc "'II ."T'S J Vtlll'Kf Fern, !IV I>7. I :\1U'5c'-. COr TEHFEIT O.EY.: to his embarkation: for Europe, is Jo get certain

'l'UH.; iletendani in s'altf''a. ..p, nir! all (jh. I'. ul- V.'ewen' yesterday shown a counterfeit t monies from loyal subject on the other
Moses .
n trtl, will lake ju'tuirilif. ./ >n "f -- : rcil.ler.Ma'itt 100) dollar\ bill, nn thu I> ink! of tilt Siate of :=isle of the water. This being; the case, ho
->aid SIIII, and ot the |v"'uin:: of :Hon'h; Carolina which w.tsMn? tt) ol f is likely! to wJitlongcr than hu
0:10 anticipate
mea and t-i flp|'e.'r '*11.1\ ilsBvi u t'.icd1'! .aia ion' ? os--t'r" 17.- ; : ;
'i It-.! 1'1 said :-.i.jii, ar-o" ' MI..t Ii rase iiitdcM.i: :p 'VI .L it cllllnt.friclIJ... theirjr'i.ird. in the J'al1tiucon ths other
it to j i' our 0:1 rary palace (
<. .1 hU-I.: :Sioi.i; :ij l.t\: H:' rj'iT.: !feminine {i,nJer! j
T\c bill! originally wag a one dollar side of (tilt} Sch'Jlkill.I .
1).1 .I 1 t-7. __ __:; _.. T41t-DIttIt't! K'v, th'ir.iioj .
SJlEIUFF'.E.. -- !\Jt lcr- \ct.. :i :hilI!!, and i i.. vry 1 idly ;akfiud to a oat hug I ---. -- --- ---

o \' VIHTt-'CofA: tc rte .f Ki ri i'.1% i iwi u4: -( .t:1'.o. lia f'icm.de.!: !'l dred, but :as mot !people! lookat the si;;iunini : I J'rol
iiJj t>v a alt;:i"ii4ct; (1-v c-d null! i 't+,rned tn ini i i ':ti l t"r-: t'XI. ( '''IIH', J ).I\'itl, ym JII"f' tn't1, cat of ten may Lo uVceividis I crs. Toplili's: for tho loan of files! of -
a r.,i' II\It'f'lIl t1!!' I.ir.lllfIr.ct! : : III til : wiin'v ui' D.vi.J r'I t:1'14.: 'j.\: ; :-I.III'I'S! : .1-'' t'ox '
iy it/: -viisy. t ul/z 1Z.1: \ papers
I mil ,111' : .j 1 lid to.I.! iho ln |t..1|
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li.-.ti-i'.e:slut, dj r fll :sh.! Cnr' tli.uC ii;;: the: n'.1 r, g..t .\11:>... S.llill! d. Ii'; ol !: LU.li.. 1 ,1(11:1 OI! :;i :/ /: j paalu! t" Hu'hnrd: Vcadon; end candtlccJed j I Th'-rij had berg 1 heavy galos) in tho Bay

I'a1i es 4', cm .ty nl l.f.'ii.on llicl'rsi: Saiurii.iv: : silo,1 :soul, ''li-.s' "iij'pv on t..(: tat: and ever I: C>;uljlt' !I.t! !. :: l by rxatuinin_ Ill's IfflInnd !! .!'I l n':fig'tl, during the: month of flay, and a

;-: fk..r..julvr ii 0<1. all ;!etc u',t:, liilc// cl.mn and 1 i 1- t'o many more she t Jennies* on tho wcsf..Mastir I ;::) iiLirgm: is a It:I'I I, "one liu' n!I." instead ', :iiii'i.bcr of vcsjcia! had been lost and dismas
,ei9, *.1' .*'','1"1! ", .i itfiiii 114 iind a i.r,| loilowiiin of one hundred. Ill the illUT.ltlKtlS tin;
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Mac "1'1..1 ,.I, tit sit : ;!i .N-lC 1 <.r'! flit: ;,-C: 1 01! ; I
t-e ti n l\ .I' i, It t\ >; I-, ciiiii.tiniii:: 4" ncr s, you're a rising genius: and! '11 make: a man I color of the ink is also: lighter than the original I The survey\ fur a rail road between Cal

II' 'If' ..r :. >Ii", .i iny; jln.lle I II. ill .li.1 ,!li..trit t, t" a1i i before } cr nto'her.! D.ivid -Yuth'm-Chic-! {I i ,--COli sti t uti 0 tul ist. cutta U'ull.ijuh'iugur; ; had been commenced -

lefy h'id wr,tn: Uv- rll" vii..Sin.lcie.' j usual J:aul'J.! ----- --- and would without doubt [bo completed -
:IS'iItf; w .ll take 'pace: \vnlini tl..- .h.It.11, !bwr'', The Army and Navy Chronicle says:.-" in a reasonable time..Major .
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(Jrt.I Hb; lfi'7. JI'l.l.. 'J'fiilis *!tngtr' thtiu Julian.-There) Commodore Chnrla Stnrurt h-n beet appointed 1 : Pussmoro of the nineteenth who
.. .. dte! ill tll tike diary.' of 11'! .' (U. S. hip ,JI'
-- ---- irt'AO ra.mlolll.'I'V. C. i! recently cumin.mded tho disciplined;: troops
iruCeiie..., (a;;;',. c('iTies.BY .
of' wliicli lists hurt i n related=airy lud : the I'tansi/lranta. from Philadelphia to in PCISII:1": ; drowned ii: the! surf, in landing -
> :11 n\-.dsl"i, i been( bunted toiher uncI' dyer! lor tevualj ,11,11.! It-is altogether! uncertain when from the bjrtjao Olairmont: at 3Iadraj,
: l.avcj'i; i 1',1\,1, and; 'r iijirtnnj! : a' i I
tile M..IC inr.mily'"c.)jjicJ liy :Mr.l ,( .1111!tut !- i j i )cMr.-': k'ijiUi;the t-id-T ot his Intid j lo:; she will bn ready to proceed, but it mint be on 2Sth :'Iay.

t I'na large and fH.'ire a.nuliii'nl <.J' 'ntl'CJlItlC'Hiil :- !! cati ,bi in a :teel I imp in :1J4J- n\cr, winch bcloro the close of I the rnvi: :!ation, IIr the ap Fires have been numerous in Calcutta for

1 I'iloVlSIONS, will li an- ..!'..-r<'d t.. caused hUH I.) lilt it ji.-l !J.d.\\! the hockjuiii. pro'i of tC'IIIH..lam, : : veithrr.Vo \i.\\u tomo weeks, and many buildings had been
..h,- lni.r cnuntrytcruii lI'aj: : Utl ,'cr'y a, Ct..ild": .tiJ,: ;
.-v i/ : ;:. ; TIlls did nut pi..trlt fl.u.. fmii I iuiliin lOut nn<1 l'T.-.torn] t\ : .Tier th. Vf/msyJcania i.III is I destroyed. They were believed to bo: cau-

Pltln'IS'O' ':'. ;: 1\1\\\ Ir. at: <-r it h' .di/ .1. lint: litoUii !I. !": :itrd I >r sea at an early day, although! t l-cJ by inccmaiu3.! : On i.a morning of

t"iJ U.tllal"rurtat: v.tllil Vld: 1ifl1113N'tt ,,\ ", liK'iid i'IJ.J i jitijui:! l lio.n: 1/1/ .It tune |I1/.1.a; there: is little doubt that the popular: will 1 :Julie 1 -1th, a lira broke out among native {ban-

::..:tl..rc.10 d.' IP it MuurI ).li.IJJil'g" tan ui'on thteu kg---holding up thu iiinuj : v.ould: sanction i her iiiirnr-diiti: ciju
: ,, I nil.tf r an.J I and )j leg; eoiit'jjiondin with the injured leg of bisI 1 I +t'e'ut)'-oar dwell ii s.--Bc3ton Mcr. Jour,

Cu.lti.h \/.1.1./ ill} j Cl.! (.c. I! coiiipinion. !For the! t: nth 01 this, we vouch rrinn I'draw/---i3y tile U. S. st-nni Ii I .
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1.1UUtflS.'hatial : !. .Monl;.!,onieiy, .John) C. Atkins, and hall packet Pninsttt, Capt. 'I'ItAT11cat rivet 1 i i
\' gne, C.,. im-, I'tacii: :\I'I':iC *i>Jiiu :-iJIJhi.J.: a ii..z< II Jiifihly! IiF1it"rtaiiIC gl i4lluncn a ouLl..aPlll" here yesterday, we have received the Jack I IZft-iixpiiuH of Fjtecic r
i ..d.f<. + '!'honvillu Cnnricr, of the 12lh inst. It contain I fords II; p Ciilitir satisfaction to announce,
vilie.: -- : Ualcllinai.
Ho'lind!) (;ins .-...'-11' y ;)", J"m..cUucu ; Jiali-l'tiry and do thai tho :'.lcch
1 we >o by authority t 1t -
.. .
nowVi -
.. no ,
)1 -'I\tu:1ta..I..: ) 4\1\1 a..luu I\ J fi .,,:.\ j - '
i < '1>A<;<: '.r>. i .s'7rt'z. ilj 'fa ''''arur.-The :;.sagacity oft \ : i I.-HMI Ire'j i < '.int.::>! Trt \Tlli::x, :tint! C'r.N. :t.3' .f i'inner* l Hank!;;, (,} thiS: city.. has: thid

t'tll.crt.ar:) ,.\\OJ.' I'l "'!, i '* <* %.i. '.. .;. .a.t.-.a:1Cn tr.I1cclIls'! -ill Jii.it t'iI' ti;.. -!tcdtt ,r fi>;. r tea. .11 Ii; irk Creek:, w.utmg lor tho! !! d"iy su.ned the payment of its bilb in IPO'cnirg -

J'iii'1 ( Curi.ii. Ilaiaui, -I., :t J: a/fist/ ul A Loul! .in< ('"iii\4; t''a: c.iii -i.oi.". I mop;, i irtcndicg; to open the campaign on i*i cio.-- Albany: ; !-:\ Juurnui.
:'ul Chl''I1' h.
i > r n r.
'j.ll"| \Vi un'iersfind the circulation; : of tho
tin 1st :November.Two : j ; aDove -
O M.ijiltic, .( --iini. ct ,'t! cn-'tt I,': :tr.d utter IMIJ.! :''(rt) A :".-nh AnK.-iic.in iituiiii, Iljua leluunn\ !
,M.tC-bast .') ., Jili'llfjunHn Co-npinits; ousted; Tonnc: ; : Hank i ii something !situ $100,000. It
'olrl., 4 up, i. iiuitiu {I. lit, MU n, tffjv ci '.1 I tint lu > von.- .
( \ Jr, 1m,.) n.d!, S- liyb 'II Teas. I| sun, u ..i.-i: h.d 1,1"/1 IIIIIg: uj> in dry, was !'C'ws I 1-ft (- :ir"'v-. T-rry I for 1'icol.tta I 14lhiiit. I ,I. is i said the giver IJank at Albany declined
L..af.\llfltrllwlI 8ii2r, .'[,.1.1:.':' s into
: the same : at
t. T\: .) tJI.II'II"S, ol'ihc 2d lleji'mienll.r. l coining :: arrangements; pre
ilm it IliuanA CofUi'. rca't-a .si.d fin: Satl :.ttJio-41 .\HI M!Still! ;* ills i.I!* -t't'ltl.1-| Oil "'t : '
Cotton UaI !gain; and Case; Ilop:. I IHlooin 'JM J) liu >ei u ll.ici;, !ii w. S. L'ra:,::noiis, iiii-lor the coininand of :'tInI sent. It i is evident that all our Ranks ago

Raiiini.s, t'"OI i ate' a.i,).,u Js( Jn.> >tlral', t'. .1. :n" Led Iliiuu;;!h! U.i: wood.: .3S I. ,'tu;j j>o.",ipciHun.tun !'ij ,r .*, sinr., I left (I.iri'v's Kerry for I'1c.d.I.Ita; I, niakitif! everv eilortS!l consistent with their.
ler and better Ci ackers. Sitna! Candles: Sari ti. J j: : l.ii. WIIIII liu inrjU.nd U tln'V' !had : 15i;! sn-l.. A j lh-t: hu.et i,f U. :;. Aililryin :! d'tty to tlu piibnc, to resume payment in
Oil, LKit.p Oil, Uiflc I)Powder Kin t, etc (-tc.\ l' i suds lime if ail! t favors
1 } a3 possible : no more
t l'-r i Lwu: !H.\i.IIr.\ tat! auiviul in the"unnivusatly :
i.leby G. 11.&T.E.LNf1NI1F.RGh.It.< j a little old uhiie man, ui i ii a aiiuii: gjn. |! ,
Tallahassee Uci. !' .!'cIJS: .lt w.r 1 se'il! oil' to St. !from thc =.c'. i?btaru; .- -J ou:. of CofRt
21, l--f Viand nfcmnpinior! by a nail dog! with :t l"ib j ;
I t j


FLORIDIAN.- ply t-the; cases.where relief has bee] heretofore FROM NKW YORK. ;The- people of Spain- a'ftJ Portugal all '' -
The steam packet Columbia, Captain have without
granted, as to those which nay be j to liberty, being able to lr.n.w
arrived at this taut evening from
examination in futire. Wright, port what it is.
for their
presented New York, whence !he sailed on Saturdayast In addition to the above, Capt.
beento Long
The intention of Congress having i inI .
SATURDAY OCTOBER 28 1837. at 4 o'clock, P. M., making: the run in forms the Messrs. Topliff that it
provide for the relief of such of tie inhabitants i I was' reported -
driven f-omtfceir 76 hours from wharf to wharf. on the 29th, the day he wiled
of Florida was that
Indians despatched by By this arrival we have received files of the rebel had left Lisbon
The party friendly homes the war and have since, fron the army after being
the Governor a week or two since, to scout the by beer from returningand New York papers to Saturday inclushre. in possession of the city! for three day,and

country lying between the Ocklockanee and Ap- same cultivating cause their prevented farms,.r otherwisegnin- The packet ship Orpheus, Capt. Btir ley, were said to be on their march for St. Ubej
from Liverpool, day of sailing 16th September
have returned without discovering
alachicola rivers
b their labor the means of subsistence,
extended ing > says the N. Y. Courier & Enquirer, The Mystery .
Explained In
Their route
any Indian signs. the distribution of provisions will be con- the doingsof
Sea shore and under date Saturday, 2 P. M., was reported Congress, the name of Mr.
along the Ocklockonee to the fined to such only, excluding the inhabitants Rhett of S.
persons I the head winds,
in the offio ,but owing to Carolina has often
Fort Gadsden completinga occurred.
across the country to of towns, whose condition is not Nobody
circle of that part of the Territory ; and could rendered worse by the existence of the war nothing has yet been received from her.- seemed to have an idea who the gentleman

failed of the trail if Our latest dates from England, are to the could be, as no man of that name was elect
not have falling upon any in the Territory, but rather benefitled by the ,
Indians frequented that section. We learn, facilities offered them ef obtaining employ 4ih ult., and the Orpheus will consequentlybring ed to the 25th Congress from! South Caro

however, that a few days since, the camp ofa ment. 12 days later news. lina, or any other state. A late number of

party of hostile Creeks, supposed to number Persons who sell whiskey or keep gambling To the politeness of one of the passengers the Columbia Telescope, however, gives a
board the Columbia, we are indebted the
on to follows
key mystery as
60 or 7o, was fallen in with, near the Chipola houses, or whose conduct is notoriously .
far the following circular, by of
'As readers
!some! our be in
swamp on the west side of the Apalachico- immoral, are not ent tIed to any support may the
la. The Indians fled, and the want of provisionsand from the bounty of the Government and are the Orpheus, at N Ywrk. same predicament we were in but lately oar-
LIVERPOOL Sept. 16. selves, to account for the name of the lIon.
sufficient force prevented a further pur- not to receive rations.
a i We have had a very limited demand foi R. B. Rhett among the list of the member
suit. The Governor is organizing a force suffi- Able bodied men who refuse to enter the
Cotton and a quiet market: this week, which i of Congress from South Carolina we
them if be found service, or do such work as assigned them wilt
tient to capture they can again has enabled buyers of ordinary to f.lirmer' Mate for their information, that it is the
\vho will march in a day or two. are with their families excluded from receiving ican, to supply themselves at l-8d t. 1-4d sent cognomen of the gentleman hithertowell pre-
rations. The families of as
under the highest point of I last week ; but known as R. Barnwell Smith, Esq._
from to enter the service must be sujported by the
The mail stage Bainbridge Augusta ( d.
in other qualities and descriptions, we We learn, moreover that the name of Rhett
about four miles from head of the family, children under 14
Ga. in hill except
descending a observe alteration in pri-
not at present, any has been assumed by Mr. Smith with
Bainbridge, on the night of Thursday, the 5th years of age, and negroes under ten years. ces. Speculators have taken 1000 American of the Court of Equity, for the )p!rmiaiou -

inst. accidentally upset, and Dr. Leonard Osborne who shall be allowed rations in the proportions and exported 350 American, 340 Su- of reviving an ancient honourable purpose -

, late Surgesn U. S. Navy, was instantly heretofore established. rat, and l40 Maranham. Sales to-day.2500 name, which had become extinct, and of inheriting

killed, his head having been caught under the ales of all kinds. Imparts in the Esk- : a legacy, to the possession of which

stage. The other passengers, three in number COMMODORE ELLIOT.The return' of this! 30.279; sales 16140; of which 60 are Se.r the assumption of the name was made oblu

escaped injury, with the exception:: of a Ii v officer from the Mediterranean! wrl, we pre Islands, at 13 a 17d; 3,200 Uplands! ; 5 7- "

scratches and bruises. The immediate cau
the accident is attributed to the gelt'infloose of conduct, as commander of the squadron now 1900 Aljbama, 5 3-4 a 8 per pound. WAR 0:01 TilE MISSOURI FRONTIER.The .

the traces of one of the leading horses, (>y which !in that sea. Letters received in this city, The new Liverpool packet ships, Siddons St. Louis publican of the 30th September -

the stage was turned partly out of the road.- state some extraordinary transactions which 950 tons, and Cambridge, b50 tons, were say>:-We have conversed with a gentleman -
occurred at Port Mahon, in April last, of a
The Pensacola Gazette says : launched at New York, on Saturdy. Theyare just arrived in this city from Independence -
character which the C mrnodorein
"Dr. Osborn entered the Navy in 1813; must place > represented to be fine models. Jackson County, Mo. We learn from
most unenviable before American
a light tie -
and his service since that period, in war and him, great excitement was prevailing amongst
in peace, has been almost unremitted, and public, whenever they shall ta fully ex- PARIS: Sept. Slh.-.The appearance of the citizens of that quarter, who were expecting (

an unusually large proportion of it at sea, in posed.:: A story is told! of a gross indignity the cholera in a VC,y severe form, over the an attack from the Osage Indians. They
offered to a meritorious and excellent officera
of much
cruizing vessels. His whole life, both pub- Italian peninsula, is the occasion have sent several threatening messages to the
lic and private, has been marked by the con -- lieutenant to the American nav\-on a political agitation and social discontent inmost frontier inhabitants and had already committed -

stant exercise of the kindest charities.In race ground in the presence of a large con- of the Italian Mates, anti without the some depredations on their propertybar.

sickness and in sorrow, he was the first to couse of strangers, among them the officersof constant vigilance and uncontrolled sway of ing stolen several hogs and cattle, and reports
the British of the- line
ship of
lend his aid, and give confidence by his pre- Rodney- Austria, we should witness, no doubt, ere say some negroes.Applications .

senco. He possessed: an intellect far above shaking his cane over this officer's head, long, great changes in that interesting part ; had been made to the Governor
without the slighest cause, and then order
the common order, and that intellect was his of Europe. In the mean time the poor old I for troops and instructions had been issu-
ing him on board ship, and suspendinghim.
highly illuminated by the light of science; The officer wrote a letter to the pope secludf.huusll caiel'ully\ in the Yale I I cJ by tin Secretary of State, (the Governor

his high qualifications, and his zeal in the can. and sends out till the sums' relics tu, bfing absent at the time the application was
of the
application of them have rendered his services Secretary Navyt prelerin-j shareagainst :,' preserve the pop ilalion Iroin ihe scourge; I made) to General Lucas to raise instantly six

honorable to his' country and the Navy, the commod rll for this outragewatch ,. BERLIN. Sept\ 7. Choler; Bulletin.. hundred men from his division, which we believe -

while the quality of his heart, which was the 1 the ruts s of tin service required to be From the 4th I to the 5th new cases 72: from I consists of Jackson, La Fayette and

residence of every kind and liberal sentiment transmitted through the commanding oflrcr; ihe 5th to ihe 6th, new cases: 70, deaths ;32; Van Buren Counties.

had made him an ornament to man : and commodore Elliott made this letter the from the Gth to the 7th, new cased: 81, dead We are also informed that General Atkinson : -
: basis of accusation against the officer himself -
kind. forty-wne had an interview with the Governor on

Charges were preferred against the officer :Many of !the Roman physicians having: re I this subject and it is probable that the condi-

The New Orleans Picayune, speaking; of the and a court martial was called on board fused to attend cholera (patients, the Gev tion of affairs in that quarter will require the

sickness in that city, says, "Out of five hands the frigate United Sfitos, of! winch Captain eminent has issued a notice hat all incJical t immediate personal attention of himself or

employed in OUIoffice Wilkinson was presiding officer. Tim court i withdrawing their assistance (mm thepre.ent General Gaines. The
a fortnight ago, not one is I men : I Osages say they canbring

I.ft_" after.. .hearing. .. ...._ Captain_ 111 lOll t, ..fae.. ..defence.. :! occasion will he disqualified( from I Ii I I one thousand warriors into ,the field: ,
- v.v ili .. .
I -0 i'practising hrreatlrr. l rw J :. And officers British .
NEW JLRSLY.-The elections in this state for ship, tinnnirnout'y and : \ apar| to be the |iiosl zl."lous( of all I of the ar. Our informant had not learnt
the American ei.
members of the Legislature, have resulted fav honorably acquitted -utc- : the monks in then alti-mla-ice/ on the sick. | the particular grievance of which they c mFmrn -
nant Commodore. Elliott thri!
ourably to the Whig parly. The Whigt have prvfcrrccl Thechools and courts u; law are all shut, pI"in.

a majority in both branches, and the vole in arolheret: of Charge.-*, founded uiou the.nuguagc and the general l ill'peM.lllc." of Koine,according
used by the lieutenant in his: wrii-
joint ballot stands Whin; 4-1, Van fiuren 24.- In the! la-t accountw.is bt'COin.ng everyday Wilmington (Del) Gazette.
ten defence before the court imrtiul, Ano-
Last year there was a Van Buren majority of more gloomy Ar.L CONVEYING STEAM.-Our friend and
ten. ther court martial was held, and th,J same Letters from Malta to the 15th alt, re neighbor, 1\1 Niles, formerly editor of the

result followed-an honorable and urnni ceived by the way of Trieste, describe the Italtimcie Register, and father of the pre-

INNSYI.USIA.TIle election in the city and rnous acquittal. Such are the (lets-:-which choiera as ra;'idly declining, though on the sent editor alter reading! the subjoined paragraph -

county of Philadelphia has resulted in a gain to I! it is" due to the public should be known preceding lay lh :rf hid been no less than i s fron the X w J'ork Express, a day

the Whig!: There will\ be a iriiiir majority: in Wilmington Jour. :20 death:, :The c.ipt.mi ot a vessel" 1 j.,st arrived I or two a::o, expressed himself nearly the

!'roiu CoiiManlinoul":. Mated that several following words:
the State Senate, but probably) Van Buren
I GEOLOGICALVON1)JR.; I English and Austrian ship.- had been at \ "I do not recollect the year, but remem.
majority in the House. I We have heretofore alluded tthe "Iron tacked by pirates- in Archipelago, i I ber the time very well when a steamboat oft
-------- -- "
Mountain, in Missouri, says the Boston hitch & Ramsey's invention I believe visited -

COXGRF.SS.--The Sub-Treasury Bill, a divorce i Times, a Geological wonder, which is certainly I lid- ruN, O. t. 14. > this place, (Wilmington) and a conversation -
of the Government from the stale banks, deserving of a more lengthy noMce.
I from Portugal awl Spa .- Al't.[ Long.oi 1 occurred on the subject of steam power -
has been laid on the table in the House of Representatives -, :Mr. Fvalherslonaiigh, an emcnerit geologist! f brig Eiizabt-lh arrived }teiday lium Jjt.j IK which Oliver Evanswho was certainly -

till the next session, by a vole of l who visited this mountain in the employ ot I Cue, brings the iollowin lumislied him ny : a great man) spoke freely and in my presence -

120 IH 107. Several of the administration members t the Government gives an interesimr account jhis{ consignee, the evening belore he sailed: being then a boy, declared psrciupio

voted for the postponement. The substitute of it in his report to Congress. It i is I I, St. L'bes, Aug. 28.-\\ u have waiud to :; rily-as his manner was:-that the child was

offered by Mr. Garland only received 73 situated some ninety miles South-west of St. i the last moment to ascertain the news ..f tot then born who would travel from Philadelphia -

out of 240 votes. The Globe says that if the j Louis, and the chain extends many miles ini t! Jay from Lisbon, but have m>yet heard I 1 to Boston in one day, by steam prver.

motion to lay on the table had not prevailed, the i a North-easl and South-west direction. The i i From the tiring there, we piesume there nas J W. now see the journey from Washingtonj

original bill would have passed by a majority fir: rocks upon the slope of the mountain con- ( been the Linn of a prince or prinres.t {j to Boston has been performed in less than

three. The bill to extend the time of paymenton I I tain well-defined sienite. One of the hills |t Tho country is now occupied by iwo armies i ono day,-:he greatest speed being on the
; of semite contains immense breadths of si I in 01 Lisbon: and Railroad*
merchants' bond has passed both Houses of! one possession: lighting Wilmington Susquehanna
Congress. licious rock, ponderously impregnated with I for the democratic constitution and republican -i about 33 miles an hour, and some parts of

-- 'I ironOne or two of the higher eminencesbear principles, and tho other outside the city, f it equal to 60 miles an honr. I then thought

From the St. Augustine Herald. traces of the crater of a volcano. But 'fighting I or ready to fight, for the consliiuitional Oliver Evans a visionary ; but time has

RATIONS.-A commission has been {" the greatest mineral spectacle; of all, is on a i charter, or monuichy. No battle has shown that he was right, and ought to have

Florida appointed mound, sparingly covered with trees, wherea 'I been fouhtct; ; but us another army is coming been revered rather than laughed at for the
to to to superintend
vein like mass of almost perfect iron is down to the relief of Lisbon, we way prescier.ee with which he locked into futurity -
tho distribution of provisions to the indigentand I
I discoverable to the naked eye beneath the soon expect one, unless tho two parties -the moral to be derived from it is nor
inhabitants of the
suffering Territory, : roots of the bushes. This one vein hIS been i come to some agreement. There are different to ridicule what we cennot always compress
under restrictions and
regulations prescribedby I
ascertained to extend 1900 feet. Some ol reports as to the strength of the two hend "
the cf War.
Secretary the black pebles of iron rise above the surface parties. It is said that the Constitutionals
These regulations we givo below. Inconsequence
!' of these restrictions, about 50 and are rolled about like stones of twenty have the greater number but are composed NEWMUSICIANS..-A Dunkirk Journal;

families have been striken off the list in this pounds weight.,! It is doubted whether so i I of persons 'forced into the service; while the asserts that a cloth merchantof Abbeville.

of these widows destitute perfect and inexhaustible a mine of uny kind troops of the charter ate mostly volunteers has taught a drake to sing several airs ; and.
city. Many are ,
exists in any other part of the world.Mr.. and are commanded by our best general., encouraged by success, U now proceeding
of the means of subsistence, and dependent
hitherto the of Featherstonaugh says the phenomenon filled and supported: by the principal men in tlir to teach a turkey to take part in a duet with
upon government. him with wonder and admiration. The Hation. 1'nc lower eiders ot (people take nu the quack musician.

WAR DEPARTMENT, } reason that this immense mine has not been part in the conlioversy, excepting( such ol

September 13th, 1837. worked long ere this, was the existence ol thorn as are enrolled the National' Guard Highway Robbery by a Woman.-On

The Commission that will proceed to an old Spanish claim, which the Government .ind arc compelled to serv Tuesday night, while a man named Ludo-

Florida to superintend the distribution of has but recently acknowledged, anti I In 'ipam, things are III a bad condition sick flyers, ot Pearl street was passing

provisions to the indigent and suffering inhabitants which the iron company have now purchased. The Carhsla have recently been del .ltt'lI, through Anthony street, New York, aHk

of that Territory, will carefully examine They have also purchased another near Madrid, but a:spread: over the country reran named Ellen Holly, laid hold of him,

the eubject entrusted to them, and report small mountain of the Government, at the and ae ruining Anarchy is the oidtif took sixteen dollars in bills from his pocket,

at as early a day as possible, the number graduated price of land, and upon close examination the day. The otticers of the queen's army and threatened to kill him with a'i; tick which

and description of person entitled to receive they find it to be as valuable itt in Madrid, recently demanded a change oi she had in her hand. The woman was core;

rations under the following restrictions any part of the purchase. ) ministers:, which was refused them;-but: a!!! 4 milled.THE .

-- that the elision nCottgfess P. NEW - _
good authority, at regular GOODS. Y NOTICE LEON'COUNTY'COUaTl --

Mr. Calhoun will! bring forward a I THE Fall Subscriber and Winter are receiving their supplies IS hepbj given, that books of subscription for Josiah E4s.n, ) Auumpcit : ,Attachment: for
for the annexation o' which they offer the kingcf half million
distinct proposition for sale low forcash of dollars of Stock vs > Sammoii ad res. for WO 561 dam..
Texas to the United States, and that his credit. Thoa' whose ,country produce, or on short in the union Bank of Florida, -rill\ be opened at Willii- Alston ) Returnable to March Term, 1837THCceiendantinsaJdeaaeand
account are due,are eirnesily the follwing fie! l
places on 18th
of this
day mOil:h.
views on this subject will be made to assume requested to rail and seti le the same, us much longer under Vie directions of the following and all others in-
form to involve the union of the indulgence cannot be eiven. persons irutitution of
such a as to rennin open at Tallahassee for the space of COd said
suit by attachment aforeiKi ..i
Stales in a decision of the question. It is T.UahuSt'eOI't. aO.HAYWARD 1817.: &. AUSTIN.11-Ct :+ys, ind at fit Augustine and Jacksonville thirty to appear and plead to the declaration- filed arerequired

very evident from the debates on incidental days. in said case, according to the statute in mien case

subjects, that this question will engross a MARSHAL'S SALE. amuel parkhill, \ made and provided DUVALt ALLEN,

portion of the time of next Congress, By virtue and in pursuance of a writ of 1 tri }:d. B. Yass, \ In Tallahassee. .ittYI for pltff

great that the debate on it will be deeply! ex- issned out of the Superior Court ol Tom Peter Chaires, J I September 25th, 1837 8-tf

and the House on Tuesday ten thou- the Middle District of Florid i, f.r Leon County, re- Joseph B. Lancaster, } NOTICE.The .
rurnaWe to November term. 1837, in which Browning -
Isaiah D. H.irt \ Jackaonville. Subscribers associated
having themselves
and copies of the documents lately communicated & C.- are plaintiffs, and William B. She-tun defendant ,
John Warren J in Mercantile business under the firm
to Congress by the President, rela- I have levied upon and will expose at pub- p
with Mexico lic sale, at puhle vendee, in the highest bidder, at Abraham Du Pont, \ McRaeny &. Hawes, keg leave to inform their
ting to the negociation concern. the Court house in Tallahassee, on Saturday, the Edwin f. Jenks friends and the public generally, that they are

in"Abe cession\ of Texas, were ordered to be 2d day of December next, at i o'clock, the following Daniel S. Grinwold, )> Augustine.. now opening in the slore formerly occupied by

printed.On property, viz. Lot No. I,Tract Sec. 3. Town. the late Rot>ert S. Miller, on the west side af-

ibe motion to print, a debate Arose, in I, range 1, N and W, containing 80 50-100 acres. October 14 I IS37. JOHN PARK//lLLCa h. Monroe Street and opposite Washington Squarein
Also the S E quarter of setion Iwent.thrce, township the of Tallahassee
course of which it was intimated by Mr. : Cily a general assort
of Md. that the one, range one, Nand W, containing 159 41- NOTICE. anent of Dry Goods, Hard ware and Grocenes,
Howard proposed publication 100 acres.
THE which they offer t for sale on accomdating terms.I .
fu'lo\ving names are the
was intended as a virtual appeal to the Levied upon and to be sold as the property ol appraisers appointed -
of the United States from the decision said defendant to satisfy said writ arc rdmg to i to appraise prop my in their respective McRAENY.
people Irw. SAM L II. D U V AL mhal. counties, tt secure subscriptions to the extension of SAM !.. F. HAWES.
of the President.-Ball Amer. Oct. 21 I the stock of theUNION
1837. I IM TallalstsseeFeb. 25tli 1837. 29.tf

From the Milledgeville Union. OATS, OATS, OATS. County of St. Johns. THE FLORIDA HOTEL.

TilE ELECTION. 0 oo Bushels of O.1T3, daily expec'cd by the Willnm Livmr>ton, Frederick Weiden, Simeon liE subscriber having purchased the house formerly

below the of 83 o Brig Baltimore, from Baltimore and for sale Sandier! Joseph M Hernandez, John M F ntane. T occupied by Ira Sanborn, and intending
T> vote counties
give ,
e as low G. & T. 1-:.
very by H. Lt N DENBIItG EIt. County Duval. tput the same in immediate repair, for the reception -
beard from by which it appearsMr. Tallahassee: Oct. 21, 1817. IJ-12w Joseph B Lancaster; Wm B Uo.s, John Warren, of those who may choose to favour them with

Gilmer received 28.\\>30 votes. BOOK-BINDERY. J Dart, Josiah Gates. their patronage, take this opportunity inform the

Go,'. Schlcy 27,121Mr. TIlE Subs ribers County Alachua. public generally, that they intend famishing their
have: opened a bindery Tallahassee
and B .V Dell, bins Coldins, :Samuel Piles,jr., Cotton table with the best the country affords, and willIpa.re
are prepared io execute all branches
no pains to make their house agreeable to
Howies Je
!se Manly.County
Gilmer's of their business in as good a style as can be done
majority, 909 votes. Columbia. those who may favour them with their company.L .
else where.
The counties of Bjker and Ware only remain Paper ruled foi+ hills, letters, .c. Seaborn Ross, Jacob Summerhn, James Knee. 1831. J. BELL & CO.

to be heard from, which will, if they Particular attention paid to re-binding old books black, James Livingston, Robert Brown. Cluincy, October II, 10

have given their usuhl I I'ole, make Mr. Gil- Newvpipers, Magazines, &c. County of Hamilton. AD. BCETTGER,
nirr's m.ijouly about 600. The subscribers plede themselves that all or- Janes Bell!!, Daniel Bell, Francis J Ross, Peter
ders shall be executed with neatness and despatch. Law", Archibald JlJTcRa. PROFESSOR OF MUSIC,
It is impossible to arrive nt the precise CUSIIMAN & AY\\ AKL County, Madison.Jolm WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of

rnajonu; there are ceiiaiiily soiiu mistake? TlIllahas"e. October 15'h, 1 .37. 10-tf Miller, Jchn C McGchec, H S Linton, R J that he will give lessons on the

iu the reported majorities given in some of LARGE OF Mays, Sj.nuel B Richardson. PIANO FORTE,
County ol Jetferson. and will also tune such Pianos as are out of re.
the counties, but we that the result I
presume AND ALABAMA, F Jaclnelmes, Ellis, James Scott, Wm LlringsU -
will not vary as much 34 100 votes cither s CJ HO IflNG the }public and Indian Lands! In-
MB), froin the statement we give. J3 than reservations, land districts townships, County of Lean. MUMC. His room is at present at the PLANTERS

The Union party have a majority in both stream J-c{ engraved from the government surifysand John A Willy, Kenneth Bembry, John Isler, R HOTEL.
1 the office Ladies who wish it take their lessons at MIss
in can
plats g"nernll3.n \Vnslung Y Wellurd. John Taylor. ,
branches of the 1 il lature. On ,
( ballots
ton (city by E' Gilman, draughtsman in the general .- County of Gadsden.D Parrott's Female Seminary.
their m.ij.irity will not exceed forty, nor land! ofPcr. L Kenan, John "McMillen: George WBnrton, October 7, 1836. 9

Lf less than twenty-four. We set down nine F. T A YLOn, bookseller, Washington City. A drew Johnson, Banks Mtacham. EAST FLORIDA RAIL ROAD COM-
certain in the Sciute, snit tuvnty-one in fur has just piiblUhc'l (aud cured the copyright! ac- County of Jackson.
-orlin, law the abate which will bf'liind ANY.
to ] mtps, -
11 "Ultl'. William Rabin on, A Young, John II Chapman: ,
-finitely mores complete and accurate than Peter Simmons Samuel C : is hereby given, that a meeting of the
Bellamy.Countv NOTICE
Mr. Gilmer is elected\ by a small mlfjori any hirctoloripublslx. d. They lire fuhlished on ; ol Franklin. of the East Florida Rail RoadCumpanyw

lv, considering the number of voters (near rpnratp sheflR; rack containing iicurlv six sqiMre /rn G Porter Urman P W ,ll be held! on the first Monday ef 1'e-
thousand ihe iSiwtc. This feet, and will be bun 1 especially useful and \aluibU Simmons I bruary lZ' $, at half-past 3 o'clock, F. M. at No.
) in Gautier set'Vm
seventy is M Row leu 1
to tho-e intcicsted in the Kinds of either mate, Commercial Wharf, :In the city of Boston, to choose
ptrli.ip"; ;, the rlo-cst cowewt t for (;uH'rnur .\s they show every item information which is in County ol I/'ashingtoii. Dnertors for the ensuing year, agreeably to the act

ever witnessed in Georgia. the possession of the l lAnd offices, relative lo water Wm :M Loftm, Joseph Crosltyrashir.gton! : Ta of incorporation: and to transact any other business

We are defeated stud disappointed, and ro rt.s, tow ship lines, Indian lands and reservations bor, \Vilcy Junes, James Bnjit. I that may legally come before it.IXiVIU.
land di'-tncis, <$-c- nnd will he found perfect County n'allon. TFENSIIAJr
rte tehrve that every 'n.n in Jt-or ia, of ly accurate and precise in these; points.:: They can James L l'KenanI1 J Ramsey, Dan! McLeod, I President: E F R R Co.

either party H also disappointed in ins expectations be sent by mail to any part of the United Stales, N II Mitchell, Neil McLellan. Boson, Sept 12, 1337. 9-16t

!, however strong may have been subject only to single; letter postage. Price two County of Escaml'ia.

iiN hopes as to the lesultot"tlie election.Ir; dola-R! or three copies of cither will be sent by J"rkson10rton: George {irili! >, Juhu M Hunt, I STORAGE STORAGE !
mail for fin .tI.tl'Ii.: A liberal discount will be Thon.as1: Blount. F J Commyns. subscriber having again rented those large
(altI1cr,.% sued,s, we doubt not i is a THE

made to tra coiling agel....-, <>r to any who buy lo sell County Nassau. \ (' warehouses, known as Seixas
of asloni"!linifiil' to all palllt'oI."J 111111.fcrE.lltllrs: Lewis Bailey, Tnoin.is Buddock. Thom Jfirinl _- warehouses, will continue to receive Cotton and

(if Ne\\'sj.apcr!', any where, who <.tham, James J Copper, \\ m Franks. Goo Tat; rrt I." )IL.."Tiit-re is no truth ill sill giti the ulxuc advertisement, including tins County of Dad lie natters himself that he can give satisfaction -

men," aid a l.nly in companv. 'h They ar e n"ti'-e, one or two insertions, shall rcc ice 1,}' return County nfilillsborou
like musical instruments whim I son I n vi m nl a ropy of each map, if they will send a A Steel. ..Ig'eHis warehouses are in good order, and perfectly -

of I'MiW .. In itlitiorta ropy ot the paper, containing" it, tll thcadvtrnser.AiiinM. County of ;Mnsquitlo.Counlv secure from fire, as also from inundation by
inly ( in idam, t2iI H 7. ,,, the coast
> 11 high tides, to wh'ch nv places on are
aid ; wit vh'i rhincdl t', be of)1 mi roc.r .
: .1 .
present, ubdltsrt liab'c.! WiLLIA.MJBAILEY.M
) -\U nCl A r rov..., o :M liollv. J A Thournn George
that aI!! UUMI arts lyres." ':I E JJ' Alexander I'a-terson. ",; oV>, O ( I IX weeks alter date, I shall apply to the lion aVl"r,
---- ThisadvertiM-mcnt will!\ l be sufficient authority for
> j Judge of the County Com ol Lr'on county, DANIEL LADD
/Hooded late sale fliT letters of administration the; ai'pia:sers and others to at.JUYN .
CattleBy :i nt Chat l wn the estate of Balu
I J>.il.KlIILL Cashier.! just received, and offers for sale cheap,
It ,inline, laic uf said; \ deceased. IJ'I"'S
Va. county,
Ic ttci1lis Durham
'" Mime and .\IJl'- WILLIAM October H, 1-37. cash only nt Magnolia, wholesale or re-

I.try breeds it \\1)\11! I appear ihatihose Mok-. I'a'l iha'!sr.. Oi-l. 7, 1ST" J. BAILEY.9 'Ill the papers in FI"fIa! Will; publish tie si'wvefor I j t til!, N E Item, French and Brandy lllIandand;
are at a low ebb in that quarter' an Alderney one ns"nth! and send heir nc'ouiiU to the Pankfor p. I! ""unlry Gin, :Madeira :Malaga! and .Muscat macs,
JV O TICIIII. coHec','.:.. ll-lm Bairg.i: :; a',1 l Hope; Loaf,Lump and Brown Sugar; ;
bull bringing; only >uUO. Virginia; tics hen1 :M. DAVIDSON & [REUBEN :SCOTT ------- --- ---,- ; t'ti-a CtTPw Jtr. S Kit and Lea t. Snerm>> CarS -

ItInl'f'.c.oiJl'd\ with her blooded bllr..('". AlUho R. are my agents to transit any business of A 11--'U.\lX. j Illlf'.; >ap, S arch, Bottled Cider, Limon Syrup,

CII11IJclltIH': howevt-r 011 the 20th nit mine in Gadsden county. Mr. Davidson is Abu au- TilE subscriber wisiits tn sell his plartation; if ,> .--lispicc, Pepper, 4:c-
tln>ri7ed to receive and piy the debts of the late firm application is made, a b.ir am, may be ,j STORAGE.Is .
filly head of Durham entile!
brought $35, firm of Harrison alllJ'IIJ.r.. obiamed. The ,pliiu'aiion} 11 situated 17 miles: ; east !
443 of them of 2lK.T.-ri.s ch-ared arid under ,| prepared to rccnve on storage, for shipment
; one brougb' : $1700. The lateo.il .' Bji'ibrulce; ruliiva- ,
II. WILDER.Arala"hir"In r'otton, and any produce; also! ta receive, store and
ill Lexington, K ,' Mill butter i ( lion; IOU nci'.sol lummoclc land let to clean twoc..IlIn t!
etittl ky. was 1st A'iust.. P37 oidnNOTICK. forward GIHH.U and :Meicliand.ze.c solicits: a
;':ins:, L tic :'Jj saws, the other new, 50 saws; a j
ii.d that at I'owelton, I'ail-idelplua, nearly first ate new cotton screw. I If desired corn, fodder y) si.are ff public pationagc., Terms as customary

as Aod.-X.: Y. iSlar. cattle and ho,s ran br hul at a fair rate. I t I her. t f,re II iii" piae.i
--- --- & LL persoiu inlcl'ted in ihe csntonf Durant C deem it unnuTtsary to Jf'-clibe the p i 11I1':8. a. anyone ,I Od"bt'r.7, 1":37. 9.Gr

Great Hank Robber Tal.cn.The gie.ttliunk .:'A. Ciati, l I'le (.f Lean county, d' c'-ased 1, lire icui.st who vii'hes tn purchase will prefer to see. A : 11i'-OF LETTERS remaining in the Pct

<] .1 l t'' mali'- m.m liae: paymonr; anii ilttv 'uore he.ilthy situation cannot, be f"uno!l..MILTCiN l. Thomasvi'lc! Gfto., Oct. 1st, 1837
> rob!:11t1: are hdfby notifici1to CI A'\TOrrll. inch of whi"h ns fc'iall! remain on the 1st January-

Baltimore house drew 24,000 from the pitoeui thdii in ,jiroj.er foirti, \\IlIllIIllhc tune j ive Canto Ga. Sept. 2G I Ihi- 9-3f next wit: LC sei.t to the Genera! Post Office as dead
Chdrlebion City Bunk, has been taken at scul'eJ by pas to the unJf'rblIIf'I, ), <'r th-y will Lc ;]! 1 k'frs..7tkins.
forever: barieil. KDM'. GRANT t subscriber has just received per bug Lir i j'
Baltimore, by constable" Jackson ol'that cil THE : .>n, Mary Johnson, Thomas J 6
> Adm'r of Durant C. Cr.,ff- In.m New Vurk, n large assortment I
The rewantoJ $5000 was a trcmendons lure August; 12th, IS:;;. j.2m ot Groceries and Piovision, consisting in part of j 1 .J'Jum.s, ThomasAtkinson :ShadrachHr Leis Lamer, Thomas

lor the vigilance of the Police from Maine Conmi, Whiskey |j >re, Fr.inrisBtckton Monlforrf, Wm Mary

to Georgia, and clsewhcre.0 less than Tallahassee! Jockey Club Knee, OJ: Rye flu dComncn -n-; Joseph M'AInllm,, IFilhonAi /

$19,000 was found on the of the thief. 1"37." ; mark! *hclr, Thomas E Leo, Catharine
person Superior Ch IIlIplne and Co;; sac Brandy; ,
ILL commence, on the third Wrrfnesday in Hladultdr! James J Mayo, Bray
------ ----- :Madeira, Caret ami :Malaga ruse, &.r. II
Deccu ,'r next, the 20.h, and comma'j I j C TO'MCCO j jS'l.ip Boyt, Noah! %M'Math, Andrew
Passengers the brig Edwin from Baltimoic, f'tirdys. I IllnOn //oney-Jcw ; i it Bla. k, William FBarj'.u Nelson, David 3Ntls. :
I Kai-
Tit Button, Douslav: Vass, J R Howie and 1st /> ""ein.t-d Sugnr, >ms; | Elias David D
Jady $y, ++) -swecj'Stalte f(r three! : 1'.ddcsCI ler Poite:', Candles; j jhcKaiR }n,
John egar Wm Udiituosuo, Charles: Perrt'gur: year oldi", Fiorida Cuts; one title I cats, suis! < r p- : Vingar.. P Will Kragar, Johu Grim, Alivs Beiton, jfiss Hon Struts f,rfcit $50. The Coin! to be nin.ed tfa: : a h sn4s',Ine u's.'rimcnt of Dry Goods, '! Ciop, Sarah C Porter, Solomon
Ilolleh 3 Hannah Miss Robertson, Miss U' day ixfore the nice. I Cuiuhaa 'hn J Rack-ley, Olin'!
.\ell. Cktl.tti;:. Ciocktry, baddltry, Hats Caps; 4-c. '
To this IIwce '&:ake" there arc five subscriber i Jllth will be sold! low on a'-iommotlating terms. I I Colqmll, John ncwls1r5, : MarthaStimger
--"-= and closed.2d 1 : CENTER: CranIord.01 B : D.lnielC

NOTICE. I Dar Thuisdiy: -Jockry CIuli: Purse, $rO ,I WILLIAM N<>. 4 Berry's row., ] na'l.iy I ', Lewis W Stephens, IsonDotalds"u

ON Saturday 18th day November! 1 shall two mile heats; entrance 3ij ; flee for any na;; ," Ptr Tuscavvi!!; <1.uly expo t dh, b3h: >. superior j ,, Robert Strickland, John
to the highest bidder the liuuae, known owned in Tcrntoiy of t l rdaor: in the mj! 'jmlugcuuiuun r. sues I Ilia, E.\c.u, &..-. i iOt Dukes, Elijah: Rtiiphng, Robert
0-L\M: ! iy James :Stewart. R. J. HACKLE y the sate of Georgia, ".. '.o nit nrsniay 01 October 1 HUTchinson, Lhzabeth 2 Taylor, AIiss Fanny
October 27ih, 1HJ7BLACKSMITIIIXG.. litf" 1817. !' PLANTA I ION FORTHE :SALI:. j Hams, A Jo: Van n,James GIallcork

3d Day, Friday-Jockey dub purse S'JCO; ; three : subscript otlsis 'for ale his plantation, Wilhain7iigiin Vickers, James AIWmtfield
mile heatNj: Cut aura 3U. Fneas ol>ove. I 'd seven nuKsn',rh-eat of a.la-jassee: ; >, John James E
"Money saved is money made. 4th Pay, Saturday-Pr< ;.rictor's Pursc, a hanrii-! ', roiitaining' !)22 acres cf Ian, 3.0 acr s ot w hid are Iluttu.lsaac WalkcrGeorgc WWhitfifclJ
THE subscriber has opened a shop on Pensacola cap, tJOO( one mile heat5' thnc best in five; entrance i clo-lJ.r lIi&O: acres have been cUuicd wiihtn the lastt'u lloin, ..MichaelHrtiubleton Sarah
street, rnmtdiatdy opposite to the City Livery itaLlc. $20. Free as ub .wr. Vl'nr ; it a>:'j.ims tIll pr"ilu.'live plantations of I John Willsnn! John

% where lie i,.tends cat r)ing, on the Blacksmithing NOTE.-The iweepstakcs for three ;yi-ar olds, I .Vossit. Lonmr, Islcr! .Bradford,Taylor mul I gear,. Hancll, Dcmcy or Wm Weotin: Simon
in all its branches. He is now ready for aD,)' three tii ile heats, and the Postst.ilics;, 2 milt liats. A new Gin h'.use has just been elected; a'!..o0, WycksI : Watson, Pukill.o.1Kinion

orders: tn tlllt line, which will be executed with were not filled : and there being. bubscriberft, mule, 1 four horse anon, 1 ox cast, 1 pair oxen, I James J
promptness and dcsjiatch, and at reasonable prices!>, nut of the Territory of FioridI I rile spo.ts ,.f this 20 In H.J| cattle, coin a->d fed der. Persons calling for any of the above letters, wi I
by attention to business, and a desire to satisfy the mcetill; will be confined Flonda owned Naj-- U-4t J. R. DORSL'Y.NOTICE pleaso say advertised.

public! he hopes to receive a share of their patron with the exception of the adjoining; counties inGeoipia. --- --- '- -'- JO _JAMES_ W. SMITH, PM..
age. JAMES WALLACE. T.\Kl; -- _.

>!>. Hoi Re-shoeing, .Mill work, awl Plantation J-.::Gentlemen dispovod to form 1nl'w Jurkey That I all persons who commit trespasses, */ any I NOTICE.
work 1 Jane m Uie best manner. Cll h, are requested to meet at the City Hotel, in driciifition 'nLa'ceer, on my tract ol land adjoining I i I DO hereby forwarn all persons against: trading

Tallahassee Oct. 7, 1'37. 9_ lalK'hdr-bce.. b <''cl"tk, i>n the Evening ptevious ihe city of Tailaliissie, (commonly known as the !i for two sm"U notes. of hand, of $55, given by
COTTON.THE to ihe Races: fur tin puipusc uf organizing: ihe Povlc tract,) will: lir prusecuicd lo the full extent or' me to henry lDith, 1.5 they were illegal, and there-
same. the law, Ui'h by civil and criminal pr,'ceeding. The tie 1 am determined never to pay them, unless
subscriber is now ready to advance upon or The Rules of the old Jockey Club will:! govern rcpeau d trespasses committed on ,..y enclosed field, compelled b}' a due course of la*. The notes were
purchase Cotton, at the highest; in irkct price. unlill. a new Club :sos anized.TIIUS. an I unenrl'l ,"
. H7LLIAM: CEN7-LR, BilOWN, Pr prictrr. and they will be rigidly enforced. JOHN W. TOWNSEND.
; Oct li, 1837.-10 JN'o 4 Ctrry's ruw Tallahassee, O'tol!,-r l%: th. 1 1837. lltf Od. 21 H17.It :\' /1DA.VS.. Octubcr 1". IS37. 10-41

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i".H\ .,. ;\ v R :.IU: t' 13tca'eutt ..,.:1 n D. 1 A f c ... .-t-,.tyf th* VALIJftBL*: :.l(:DICtN Cs j.yj 'I j..1!! u4Mls -"at""ru h!tr"titier. "t ;; >,-,, ,

S: .;.*t$* c : tlf4. .. .. '.. .,_l< ; 'f .-....._\ "' ..:;.,. .:.J'.t...... \ fro' '"..! -1.1..+ '1i..o;"e I)0-1':1.: tno nt \.It .:f ,.J tv ,?. "
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j. ::.u ..f r :...1 tll" 1' r.. ,'. 1 ". 1 J i 1 ,. .... .. I' :'.. IT'.V ... >.. -.. ..Itrl! ,. !bf s 1 / ,I. '.In-, !-.G. sfat *
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:.;..uIfA! snit in* ji w r i !lI.i 'v c L /v; "' : : r. -V '
the he has determined wO\ of. .t."i ;._ I l; .. S .' !. : ]
ble Medicines on public- to l'11U. tt AAbH *4 ; uc I..4k11. iIo.t'o..M. W tj \ :.; s A
eon&de the sales exclusively to agent in different Offers his services to the merchants of Alabama, oases, iu cures are for the following diseases :- White tiweili.nr rrery< enD.
parts of th. country (rom whom obnc the g,*mumrtitUn Georgia and Florida in tbe purchase of Goods Dyspepsia, Loss of Appetite, Indirestioo, InftaramatioB Sd Son Legs and Oleen of on, *. :
eaa b>>.had* at to sward the mere effectually Wares and Merchandise. IB the purchasin and of tho Stomach, ff.anart Burs. Diartea, Dysentery M BeUftMor GludaUr. Tasty Tf't
against the inpoaitMna of unauthorised Tend- I selecting of whole stocks of goods, or in assorting or Flux Piles Fistula,Obstructed Mensura. I. tiMM ........ ,....,. i.women',MbreVsS; ,fSl
era; he kM instructed hi. Boston, New them. Hiving had long experience in the purchasing tio*, Ague aJFever;;; Biltiou or Remittent Fever, oftoolioMa tonBtosto in alcertted eaaoers ,

York, Philadelphia and Bore, to tilde tM of goods for Alabama, Georgia and Flo- Typhus Fever, Scarlet Fc'Ver,8maU Pox, Erysipelas 4thF."|".., .r what some peopU know b
soles t. mtrcWJU*nd otktn .J any .f 1M JftJicinttfo rida, he flatters himself that any orders entrusted or St. Anthony Fire. Asthma, Pleurisy, Measles asrne Catarrhs, of vry d.N nptK>D. t"-.
k carried Sratt for tolt ogin. Large quantities to him will be with satisfaction on the part of those Yellow Fever, Costiveness, Wind on the Sto- 5th Rbearaatie Pains of the joiou.
of a pernicious article ia imitation of the genuineMixture who may favor him with their business. mach or bowels, Cholera Morbus, Consumption, 6th Sprains and Bruises of every"deseriptioa
bare been manufactured by Lucius S Comstock Refer to Messrs. Oakford & Whitcomb, and Influenza Colds, Coughs, Inflammation of thechcitPatsy in wnatever part sitaate. or

A.: Co. of New York, and itt to the South for Baldwin &. Hawkins, New York.-Wm. Maner, Gout, Rheumatism, Infiamatory sore 7th Tatters of all kinds. .111 this complaint, tit.
iU. The name Rewltnd instead of Rowand, is Tallahassee, Flo,-Wm. G: Porter, Apalachicr, throat Croup, Inflammation of the heart, Dropsy, patient, m applying the Ominwat. man keep "
on tie bottle of the imitation. The genuine article Flo.-Craig & Daffio, Su Josephs, Flo.-Wm. A. Rickets Diseases of the laver, Jaundice, Difficultyof par out of water. -

may be had of the following' persons, wuo are McKeuMe! Irwinton, Ala.-Pies ton &. Nelms Co- making} Urine, Gleet, Hysterics, Nervous and 8th Chilblains, or parts affected by frost.
the only JlftiCt in ibis part of Florida and Georgia. lumous Geo.October Scrofulous affections of the members and ligaments. TO '!'Ht!: PUBLIC.

E. Bainard jr. &'co. General Agent, Tallahassee, 291836. 12-1 y'r Mercurial and Venereal diseases, Ulcers, Sores Affections 1 he following; communICation, addressed! to- tli
William Kerr & Co., Thomasville, of the akin, & all diseases rising from Im- proprietor of Judkin's Ointment, from tit, II ,

James C. Eccles, Quincy, Cotton Gins.SIX pure Blood, Ice. Price per buttle $S. John Taliaferra, member of Congress,is highly::
Swaiio, Lloyd,&. Co. St. Marks. This medicine has a powerful effect as a Spring teresting. The gratuitous manner in which
Iron framed cotton gins from Brainlroe II ia
Thomas Alexander, Hickstown, ma and Fall Purifier, in these whose constitutions require made, uhlblta.leelangs of no oro.lftary'chanaCter
Darius Williams St Co., Monticello, expected daily at tit. Marks in the nourishment and new visor ; such persons towards suffering( humanity ; and is certainly
Brie Lavina for sale at the manufacturer's well
J. D. Carpenter, Mickasooky.The price. would be much bene6ttcd! by using{ two or three deserting of public attention. '
label of E. Barnard jr. 3f Co: will be on all T. It. BETTON. bottles, which may be taken without regard to drinkor W AJHKOTO.V, Jan. 'U
Nov 12 183C. 14tf i&y
the bottles sold by the above agents. diet. Many persons arc discuseu for the want I' SIf-lt has been my wish lor a consiiJef..

Tallahassee, July 7th, 1837. 48tf TO THE ASTHMATICS.. CONSUMPTIVE? of blood being purified. Thousands of persons are IT communicate to you the good effect with -time hich

IHarshall's Worm Syrup most prevalent and fatal of all Disease! destroying their con: titutious by orl':ctinb to apply have used the ointment invenud! by >lr. Judkiu

recommended to all parents nurses, and others THE to civilized society-the Consumption a proper remedy; to surf tu: Panacea will btr und which I now undersiakul is ti.atle.ud ,,.jj by*
IS who have the management of children as -may generally>8 traced to the 'least Alarming o more tnan doubly valuable a t-crtaiit and etleclual a;;en.b apHjiiiied| by yourktU. I have np ued die
the most effectual WORM DESTRoiiNc medicine yet disorders, a slight but neglected cold. By estimationit means of restoring ilium t-, | riert |ilt ulih and 1 oniiineni during! the last'three years to every 'ptcie -
discovered: appears that one hundred amt fifty thousand per v':'or few families are exempt hum ScorbuticAffections ot tumor aud wound; without failure to I'r6-

This syrup besides being a safe and active vera sons die annually of the-consumption. Most of these which exhibit various symptoms us Eruptions duce a cure in every instance. I consider itthia

mifuge, is agreeable and pleasant to the taste and dreadful results! may be attributed to common cold Ulcerations, Debility, Loss of A ppe'ilc and mol decided and efficient. remedy in all cases of
DO child will refuse to take it. and a negligent treatment of the harrowing:: cough Digestion, all Bribing from impure blood and it tunmr, uc the cause what it may, and 1 h..e |i>UIH|
h is also happily calculated for preventing and that generally ensues -which is usually followed/ by not properly attended to, are sure to l poxluce the ii.iiliiit sit Nil /fur-wuuiiilaof any description. Jj
removing many other disorders to which children difficult breathing, pain in the side, and at I last Ulcerated greatest injury to the constitution. Panacea i i. recommended may be proper: to add, that the cure of the tumor
are subject, such as bowel or summer complaints, Lungs. Violent and repeated Asthmatic attacks in till seaS: of the year, and. in particular : called! the while swellinriven over by the mast

diarrhaea or looseness vomiting ; it is also bring on Consumptive symptoms. One as a preventative from till diseases in worm cli- : distinguished physicians as incurable, a<*i which
invaluable for allaying those which children ortwo dollars expended in the purchase of ir.atesand those persons, when diseases ore preva : they have decided without amputation

suffer in cutting their teeth and if previouslyused DR. ltELlt'l< 'S ASTHMATIC PILLS lent by taking the Panacea three orfor.r( times a prove fatal to the patient, was under my immedil
will reuder this operation of nature perfectly weekor three or four table spoonful's when fj"i"? ute notice, effected by the use of Judkins Ohtmctt
and little
.mild and free from danger. It is equally efficacious a attention to their timely administra, lobcd, and the person may fear no apprehension of and the patient is in fine health; Iris limb aflecurf

in rickets and in the infantile remittent (ever. It tion, will usually insure a mitigation of these being attacked with the Cholera, Yellow lo'ever.r b- the tumor being restored to a perfect state of

is recommended with the assurance that it is fully disorders, and usually effect a cure. The PiII any othel disease, ns this medicine is a valuable restorative soundness. Also, that the leg of an aged man that

adequate: to the purposes! intended, and that much are also an easy and effectual remedy for the of the system, thereby invigorating the had been wounded! and exhibited one dreadfully

good may be derived from its simplicity and Innocence symptoms pr-ceding anti accompanying the constitution,and enabling it to bear the debilitating ulcerilled surface from the knee to the foot, ani

it cannot do any harm. Asthma and Consumption, t for colds, coughs, effects of all climates. ; it is conveyed; by the circu which. for more than two years, had been c/ln.iQ.
Directions accompanying each bon Ie. difficulty of breathing, lightness and atricluie lating fluids, and corrects their tendency! to nil those Bred incurabV. was efllctually cured by the appli-
Marshall's- diseases which originate in vitiated blood, diseased cation of Judkin' Ointl ect. I mention these
compound Syrup of across the chest, wheezing pain in the side, two
Liverwort. spitting nl'bltrtid 4cFew occur ol liver, depraved appetite, or piedispoaition to affections cases, which fell under my immediate notice and
| can
For coughs, colds asthma of blood t: of the lungs.It management, as a decided evidence of the efficacy
spitting of this class
disorders in which the
any ;purchase i in of nnd flavour
resembles point taste rich this in
a of of
liver remedy complaints whooping 1
cough and all diseasesof
of Dr. Relfe's Pills will find rich
the breast and lungs. nit a cordial rather than a medicine. Even y person after 1 have experienced ( the good fleet of

The restorative powers of this medicine in diseases ret.irn 1 for their trifling expenditure taking mercury, in any way, JuxiUI have rc>curse this remedy in the cure of felons, and! of
of the Lungs have been attested by the most Price-whole boxes, 30 pills, yi; half boxes- to one or two bottle of this medicine. In the decline I sjoiesof fresh wound. It seems to me that every Ir.T

respectable physicians both of Europe and this 12 pills 50 cent*. c f life or when the system has bc..i iiup.mtd! one whit \\ ill observe on the operation of this Imu

country. It possesses sedative, expectorant and .'ursalclv! STEWART & BARNARD.Dec. by excess, it nourishes, sicbu; thcns and :&uI"I'.rt.it | |' intuit., must be satisfied as to its beneficial etlrct

tonic properties, and hence abate fevers, mitigate 17, l'83G.REMEDY. :-it is! not presuming too far l<* ad that It actually i ran with the inmost confidence recommend! th*

coughs, and almost instantly removes slight and r prolongs life. use of this vulu.ibic remedy.
recent colds, whilst it gives immediate relief to FOR RHEUMATISM.; This Panacea has been introduced to the public I am sir, cry respectfully( ,
those which from neglect have assumed a more excruciating pain-the decrepitude and for a short time, and has received more tCl>lilllon.al'tin JOHN TALIAFERRO.

dangerous character, and seldom fails to cure them THE am* the premature old age, which its f ivour for its efficacy, in so short u time, than To Mr. Charles Herstons, proprietor fir JiuJkiu'
t obstinate cases. arc tht: usual attendants of'.lie disorder: are suffered any other medicine ever discovered.and' its nun-e at Ointment, near Frcdericktown, lIuj'lanlLlCF'lJLE

It will be found superior to any other medicine, by many from despair of a cure, or disappointment : hom:: and abroad!, will induce hundre. s, aye, tlmu- -D:
for the cure of shortn of breath, hoarscnc, j i iu the ctlicrcy of the numerous pretended antidotesto sands.! to apply for it, to reap the true virtue Before !lcavin:; 1l.f Lort", i had heard mueh of

wheezing, and promptly remedial in t-ortnosof cfleet It !is purpose. But those who have made a thereof. tin article in w Lieu you apjaar L-h.re the public at
the breast and lungs. In whooping cough its corrective fair trial of Notwithstanding attempts may be made to im- ropritt--.r, na,>.a.d HtrMmis JuUkins! 1'. Specific
efforts will be speedily discovered., ]),.. JeblSs Celebrated Liniment pair the confidence of the public in tile efficacy and! oiiitni'iit, luadn i>y C-Heistuns, near Fret'rrickMarjlantl ,
curnlile/ er of this mt:, ieine. it watt' Oti ti.conquer of descried
: po go tit :: in .
Marshall's Tonic Mixture. even incases of longstanding, and of he mot seven tflkacy cures iv
I disease, relieveiheafflicicdnnd aru iir it- with whom 1 well
character, have received certain relief, and {persons am acqutmntedSinre'
For Ague and Fever.Prepared self the good opinion of thousands and tens o:thousand residence in Baltimore, it has perl'urmea
many hav been cured in a few days, some in 21 my a
by C. Marshall Phila.nnd fir salelv hours! as a nun her of person in Boston and vicinity ?. Already it ha) earned! for itself a name cure on a friend of n.me afflicted\ with the Pi es.-

STEWART &. BARNAKO, who wcre formerly nlllicted with Rhcumtitum. which dastardly attacks reach ; that such is Having; my !self been a suticrcr for some years _'uU

next door to the Post Otlice. I have very fully test fieu. Certificated are in the pos the fact, the numberf leucis in *possession must I I this di&trtbsii.g! disease, I now unhesitatingly; ap-
Jan. 28, 1337 23 Ems sen. ior. of the Proprietor, proving the mo.t thorough fully satisfy the iiH s>l incredulous ; and were it necessary plied your ointment in my own case, and urn gratified
-- I'I there coulJ be lIbt.t1net.lIulllerous! icstimo- : U.-U I it nmd! n
--- and surprising ('urcsi 1:i means of this powerful Ll- ,,.. .. ... : can any period rure.
I .I..I.r .n. ;', .r .1v..I. t.i.e. WfI",
l .UJ BJ .BnB1 \li2xi' .,. ......o .i.tc vtiiui upjifuved! afipiicjtioiM A.BEVTS,
I II | lu'U' siilTeriu the most acme and loi.g
Offers for sale, on accommodating had utterly failed. | protractedillness i Counting room, Lombard st.
I I II II I I have been entirely restored:: to lic-.iltlibui it
terms, hi* HOUSE and Lut.siiuarcd on I A tVw.vet \ks :t i> a east i>t"H Oman's sore breast
&{Monroe Street DUMFRIES IIEMKDV docs not enter mid the rompie..fusion; of ni.iiiylu 'Mil-*; n t tl.e!
in the city of Tullahas- FOR THE PILES iinkry > tr, breastirently iiifliimtd,
The Lot I Tli it is possible: for l bo.ta.ir. rr.tdirine to tttci-t su< hvonders ti..; iiij.j-ic: ac.irrt.ly to be seer her
see. measures I If) feet front i proprietor begs I leave to recommend (which I appearance
by 160 feet rear. The house r a convenient, spacious ; I lie does with the fullest confidence) one of the must \ in the healing ait, as experience has clearly -t-.Ke the great misery. site wits in ; she
and comfortable residence, independent of. valiutUc remedies! known for this troublesome and proved! tlier. competent to pet foray bin .such are the t I told! me siV: li.m Lrcit siiil img three months with
that which :' f.icts that they cannot be denied. it, ami was carried t-> tier bed she then
portion, is now occupied as> a Fancy I painful complaint. Without going into detail lii I ; had flaxseed -
The above medicine be obtained of G. H. i.
Store. i i deem it enouh to lay, he has in hill posnemion can poultice to it; other thillgs1d\ been tried. I
lie also offers for sale his unimproved, on'' the most undoubted testimonial that it lia-t more fT. E. L1NDENBKRGER, Monroe strc' t. 'l"nlla-I! iidvUed JuOk'ns' oi.tme-at, knowing it had been
toe 200 loot street, measuring ICO feet front by ISO I'I completeanswered) the purpose for which it id iui I i I !>cc, Florida, with proper directions for using. it. : sm-ctfcsfnl in like cnses. She got and applied it acConJi.i -

back. I I'I tended, than any other popular merliciii i I I Ptrry ToioMJa<>, Miffin{ tCUllty,PII May, 1337. I ;: ti, the directions: accompanying :t; in 24
The subscriber will also dispose of hi> entire I I, This remedy is perfectly innocent iu its npplica-j. ;\IR.JAI C HOICK-Sir, I (eel myself contained hours all pain tt as g-uc'; it broke, and conirwncl -
stock in Trade most '!. lion to all condition 'i of l dischargin coiously: aad so continued snme
comprising! a general assortment agc and 11I 'e". Full (lir -ci to inform you the effects thai: your Panacea
of Fancy and Staple Goods-, Groceries, :;i tion description of the complaint, Ac. accompany.I had on me. In the year 1HJO, Iurl.age the months days ; the relief from txtrcmc pain to perfect ease
Hardware, Grocery, ]j4.e. &c. His :Stock: is large !i each packet, which conf>i! nof tutu |MIXC.". Ointment of January February,March and April, I was em- excited the wt.man's: astonishment : a test days reduced
and well assorted with such goods ItS are well '' and Electuary. Price, $1 for tIlt: wltolf, 5 50 ploy.alinthrashingwith a thrashing machine,and I her breast to its usual state, and in eight days,

adapted to the market. ,. cents! if but one of the article i H wanted. caught cold, anti he dust seemed to settle: on my- the cure was complete. C. IIEES i'O. S

For particulars apply to R. J. Hackloy, or Hugh I t or Sale hv STEWART BA/fNARD. itin:?s. I suffered much pain, und could no longer Frederick<<: C'llOtyl'riI3ISt5..
. Archer, my authorued agent attend to my business; the pain was Ioa...d in my BEWARE OF I.MI'USITIOV.
Wm. MANE breast, particularly on the left side. I was also afflicted Messrs L & R T Low Ines, merchants, Curabt rlan
Tallahassee, Dcc. i, 18.1G. 18-tf 1)UMFUI EYE WATER with night sweats and fever, sought the aid Gentlemen-As Mr ilerstots agent; li-r the sate'
For role or inflamed I Hyes, gives imneJiatc cas and I of Dr William Judkir.'s
--- of various Physicians this region, but all to no patent specific ointment, I
DR. HUNTER 1 relief. On recent sore eyes, the effect is most sal- I purpose; then traveled to Lancaster county, and I would inform you that last summer I wu aiF.ictt-t
I uu ry. -Where the complaint has been of years aJlO! to Chester' to. and employed several Doctors with a sore leg-the fame of J udkill.$ Ointment.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. standing, and in some exceeding bad case.the most duced of it-but it
there, but derived no benefit; finally, I had re- me to get a jug happened not to
BY the use of Dr. Hunter' inestimable Pill, unexpect1 and desirable relief tins been found in oourse to your Panacea, and used one bottle, which I be cf Mr. Hcrston's make. I used itacrotdingta
of either sex, if they carefully follow the use of that rye water alter every other remedy I purchased at Lea ISIlWn, Pa. But it seemed at the printed directions, but my le;; kept gelling
the very valuable plan, and copious l>Directions had l ilcll.hn) pursons who have used i ir, pronounce first not to do me any good, fur I became weaker, worse.
accou'panying them, are enabled effectually to eradicate it the bent l'-uation for thou complaints and was obliged to keep my bed. My friends Mr Herstons traveling to the west stopped at
a CERTAIN DISEASE, and to restore they have\" r met with especially in casi-s of,")Ce- n.Ivi'l"t1 me to use no mote ot it, but I resolved to my hf.use during the time, on looking at the ointment -
lost health, with case, safety,and certainty in a few ness or inflammation of long otanding. Price ;!!"> give it a fair trial, and sent for another bottle; this I had, he mured lately pronounced it not of

(fays. |: cents lic'tlcNon -. afforded relief, and soon rengthened and improved his make,and furnished me with one which was-.
OThe:: extensive sale and unexampled successof .' are genuine unless signed on the outlllle i me as much as the first had weaked me. I sent On opening and smelling it, I was sensible! of the

this Medicine, in this and other cities, and principal printed wrapper, by the sole prnpiielor. T. KH for a third bottle, and arii now restored, enjoying difference; nlllio'it looked likeil. I then spplieil the
towns throughout; the Union, for the last fifteen DEn, immediate successor: to the lat,) !Jr. W. T better 'health than 1 have done for the last ten ointment which he gave me, to my leg ; u becatmtp

)' -during which it was satisfactorily prepared byDr. Conway. years-I am again enabled( to follow the ploughever in a state of amendment on using tIle first pasterkand .
Comway, iucontes'iblv prove, that when used : For sale at his Counting Room, over No- 0! since l latt August. 1 am fully convinced that continued nnli' it goiquite \ ell.
with the INJECTION POWDERS, it effect a I Court street, near Concert Halt, Boston, and at..o-It, your panacea may be taken without any injury, This ointment i i.4 certainly very valuable and i il
thorough and speedy care of that dreadful disorder, his special appointment byST2WART and is n ireful medicine. Yours, respectfully, would be a pity it should be lost to the public bya
denominated the Scourge of tbe Human Race. I & BARNARD, DAVID ESHELMAN, counterfeit article, bearing the name and being
e" The PILLS are accompanied, when the case Dru gist. The following remarks by the editor of the Stark not Kenuine. WM \EJrMA\?\ '
requires it, with the INJECTION POWDERS Tallahassee. March 13. 14 (No. 3 County, Canton Ohio, Democrat, .r. .-._....a Cua.l>.rlnd. May 24. S3I.
and CERATE ; these constitute a most powerful (ruin that paper of April 1. Irti7/ : From Jfcv Btwcr'. Wavgk.
medicine, applicable to the various stages of this To those afflicted with Corns. I HOCCK'S P.\N%CK.V.-We invite the attention of I have known Mr C Herstons to be the pr >pnctir
Full: I the citizen of Canton and the public: generally of Judkin's Ointment for several thm,,
Protean disordar. and plain direction, with a llK celobrated Albion Corn Plaster affords instant years
T to the advertisement ia unoth-r column of this residence in the ointment made:
popular treatue explaining the various symptoms, relief, and at the sanie time dissolves and my Maryiaudand
each box under the al>-"ve be.id. We have used the ar- by him to have been i and the mode of treatment, accompany draws the Corn out by the roots, without the least
so that persons of either sex may curo themselves. pain. ticle ourselves and can safely rec..nnn. nd it 10 the frequently used! in my own family, while living k..

(Price of the Pills $1 a box ; the Injection Powder CtUTIFIC.lnTo tlunc afflicted( with Corns public, as an invaluable remedy lor most of the Maryland, and during my residence in this city
diseases with which mHol\md are afflicted. Having -
and Cerate 50 cents each.) ta their feet I do certify, that I have used the Albion *ilh success.
for number been the I.LCBCS
a ofyears subject to \- R
ITT Prepared from the original Recipe in MS- Corn Plaster, with complete success. Before I had JrAt"IJItethoJist
of the late Dr. W. T. COSWAT, by his immediate used ono box it cp-nplerely cured a Corn which had or NIGHT MiUf, to an alarming extent, the Book Room, Mulberry st.New .
Panacea recommended Ur. llouck
Successor! and the Sole Proprietor, T. KIDDER troubled me for many }'ear I make this publicfor was to us by York, May 20th, H35.
fcf whom they may be had at hi. Counting; the benefit of those afflicted with that panful himself, and we are happy 'o say we have been To prevent imposition, C Herstons name, in
relieved fran that affliction.
Room., in Chambers eyer No. 91), next door to J. cumplaint. entirely distressing his O.\r n hand writing, will appear on the enveloj,*..
As medicine haflU hesitation iu
KIDDER'S Drag Store corner of Court and Hanover Flushing L.I. Feb.28." WM. SIIA W. a family we Letters, post paid, directed to him, in Frederick
( that believe it is
saying we unsurpassed.
Stwets- near Concert Hall, Boston, nnd also PRICK' 6O cents a box. City, Md. will be attended to.

by: his appointment, (together with all those other O": None aw genuine unless signed on the out- NOTICE. For Sale wholesale and retail, by

valuable: Medicines, as prepared by the Into Dr. side printed wrapper by the sole proprietor T. KID; 4 LL persons will take notice that I hare this Tallahassee STEWART Sept. 17th BARNARD 1336 Druggist.
Cairn*?,) by DEll, immediate successor to the late Dr. W. T. .'fe. day filed in the office of the Clerk of Gadsden

STEWART 4BARNARD, No.C.) COIf WAT.-For sale at his Counting u'oomtlver. County Court, Florida,my final report and account from Su Marks, a handsome Roan
DRUGGIST.Tallahassee. D9, Court street, near Concert Hall, Boston, and as Guardian of the late Henry S. Ma&hburn, and with a cut on his toogneTEN
June 2?, 1835. 3utl. also by his special appointment, by (No. 4) that so soon ItS the law allows, I shall demand of DOLLARS will be given for his apprehension.

Sl'EWART ff BARNARD, the said Court the settlement thereof, and my discharge and delivery :at 51:. Hackley's stables.
PRINTING. qf Briery description, neatly Dnuoaur. as guardian. THOS. GRAYOct. J. M. ARMSTRONG.Jane .

citcutcdat tM ojfee. Tallahatsee, Feb. :3; 12td4. 30 tf oc 50th, 1837. U 'Jth, Vr31.. 44