The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: November 4, 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: UF00079927:00247
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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S. MISS PAKKOTTRE : .1 \J...:J.l. .. .l.J \!\9"iJ. c done the niurdererl" asked Mrs. Blue-

Oaaries Sibiey I PH, TFUI.LY informs the Citizens of berry. "Hinstantly, dear madam. The cabin -

U. S. Attorney Middle District of Flo.. Talldha ee an.l its vie:mty, hat 1 1-1.1' M'.M-. ANIMAL aiiONETisM.-In a enstblc article passengers vent right to work and lynched -

UJpOffen t li's |Toftss.ion.il srrvirrs as Alt..--rn \ 1 AlY: for Yocsfi LADIES wIll commence on on the subject, the ;\ew York Journal him. They hung him in the lamp chains,

and Counsellor Law, in th,- collection <>f Iel.ts.vie Monday, Ocber23d 1, ,n ,ne Itmnns la ely occupied Coiiiinerc1' thus the merits of the
.. all sums up : hover the dining table and then finished
in Vhd.llr, FI rida. He ill fttlf''d He byI Orch rd 'S a em i.aryI right ,

Crams in ins l PIlI h't.. Olficn! 'trur i"n pursued! in i i.. tusti ut on will question Animal Magnetism. is all that I the desert. But, for my part, it quite spoiled -

residence n W.btroit, Jr rllq.TanhRS' :: eu.biace a < utni>lete 1:11lllIh course -i-ji the ..- m-id! he said upon that delusion oi illusion: my happetite."

'p. January 2'tl1: lt>J7. 2;.tf d rn Lungngcs. :Mus, I hraw in;;, Pain in., and 6.Nilly; i is greater than superstitiously to attribute -

- Law Notice. I Ic.r 1'..The ncy el die Work will 'Viober every unaccomitiiblu circumstance toa An American Lady LavcUelte\! The\ abused '
ei in Monday
{ : The BuhfCrilwr's Ortirr is next titter l to In* 1 J d, and present close: JIII311.!, <"open.'mpriMiig ,;.1\, weeks- spirit of mysterious atirncy of any sort; alldof betrayed, but still devoted wife of

t.-usfdcvutingh'meelfprinrip'ii: I The 'letin d v"It'd l o IiI.sessions, achsuccedd all the non-exisUMit agencies! animal magnetism Clark, who is under sentence to the state pri-

,, 'mirns-trd: to In: :n 8S COWS.BI. AN ADVOCATEMich by bolida. va f ha Igl\IS 1 f a 't ei'k. is the m.st thorou h nonentity. It is son, went to the jail this forenoon to take leaveof

ATTORN bis business as may h<' I' arcd1I1i Fo- all .he\ name of a thing which never had any ex- her' convtct husband, who was to start for
I' lui n>n in tinientsol H. lishudics
him "III f erell} he handed: .Mi M' 1y, SAu..m lfI"'rtWl'l'k. ) : i islriia If only' a person will consent to lit this afternoon. Sho was admittedto
,.,ul".r.Ie. ... pe> y ar S ( ,iu, 'or iho-o over 12 Sing Sing
Vi-trltt Am y, ( 'cUpIng'tu.t/Iy '\li. IIotH..1..Il.I It Tw"l.: yeas ol 'ig'. ; Ui those mei H. inn't under I I-J SId
"flitI'n-ubcr,) t will ho
$ < nor Courts u.' Jetleisun Lt on. Oa'II.I'II! l \ < eM lcrn Lnn t ach w: '1510.[ stream. The history of this delusion has been With her face buried in her 'kerchief "}ride

j*,anklill a id lark .c..nntlthnl, n. t'icr! C 'nr .ssne Pram, allot P.U3gI'S".intmg. $ I 0 per year one ut'crinc and shame; and any woman the te .rs she did not shed," the passed out

unless! .:iaMy ici.uueJ.J,A Mfn. \VE-1'i 'OTT..Ir M ,sir, 8 HI) f.-r i the It r nEiubiuid who permits herself to bo brought under! its unquestioned, and the key was turned upon

and \\ < -ied flow"Uand! "'01''' $;. herself whatever the
ry delusion lesions to half
Some hour afterwards
T9ll.ha\ 'cPe.3 nmiy2vh, 18:!H AT Itl'.LS: -EXl'.tA.I'rttli : passions the culprit. upon
of those around her may prompt, and a closer examination, the turnkey found
FLORIDA CLAIMS. Yjdiiij; Luly 10 Iliad her own sand: and
these promptings! have too times been that Clark in th wardrobe of his wife had
I I'. pAt... .it' LIiI. H-.S. i-, iii-l l Fr.'..- 'h3Ir. ; many ,
JIIN A. IV, Mils .'i.IV ..,1.1'1.' "II < *ii\'e''inih. I l oaidiu_' can In ha I for the pupils at the .>rmin mill. The whole thing K full ofiniquity. The fled, leaving her in the cell as his hostage!

of| tlii- IraMnv' !* .IIeI"'t. ill )t".t.> ill I{ :\ v and! in g< nel\ |pt \'atc 'am li< sI.Viry t ftilli ofit is iiiiiious to all the relations and The hole posse of sheriffs and constables were
t it l'II'iIII II' be aid the .'I i 11,1 and!
clnmt. r >Vr: in .ill'l ryr"j"| ;, ry M )'p-t. ; delicacies of life, and to all the established instantly mustered and are in full after
.. i of the YOUII Lad committed time cry
ttk'n 'Iiby.heln'ii'I.a l ..1 l t.11' -ir- '. ..' .IIlledinbclvicct'rtaltcn 4 cs 10
lnrtlnArniv' CL ir.. o.: Mi s I'an-'t1, 0111,1'1' w U ''e her. i-florl u principles of morality Ifanima1 magnetism the fugitive.-Alb. Eve. Jour. --.. __

.ii MI\ I'. I n VAI., I. merit the approlniion' of! her Irirnds and pitmiis. lie true, the Christian! religion is a fable. Men
You.':* L.ttllc'l (ii'c- flue ted iih the Semma'V, not
FRANCi1)1'| KI.N- are not mm; (i.>ri is toil; the earth is no
I tl tlc lled rc'e.ins'Ju..ti ut leehraiche Price, who, it will bo recollected, killed ina
can '" in any ( "
-il if
Feb.\ t*.\7. I earth at all, and every thing is not what it is.
lm I". On- duel, a few weeks ago, at the Bay of St.
N H-Lett.rs jv''-'-)1'111.1.' iM i *it>-i l J t 'ii : --
\al Tailtli is. a I. ,'ill. ,, 1 itt' .1 l
M )Tl C EALL -.- I i Ja. s>e "l't. bill, 1M::57: 10. ITo \\' by a Trench writer, from whom is dose of poison on the night of Wednesday
last winch deprived him of life. It is
.1 .. : i.:, attUletl thought
traiislated 1 the fi ll" ""* ; i.ij por-
the a"C"H1l1t .,;:;1 ins' the estate' t.I l 11 .\1 I: j ;
I Tin; PUUI.K-. trait which lint! being a remarkably quiet and inoffensive man
we hope
lS no R'IIt' \ laic ol I Ue n OHIIHV, lt may ninny living originals -
,' I It I' due i. :Miss PA'.ll'.or! T 10 sate that the that the destruction of the life of a fellow
ccaod, winch. .s.all not he juf I <-nicil, fiiliV an in this coutitrv:-"It is her! happiness to crea
ti teaucett !, within ilit nine |I'l'e""lIb.1 1 liy law' ] ,:h rg-l'; in her ,-elmul, both in their present: ic- he ignorant all! the world calls her ture had such an effect on him, as to cause himto
tmal ,Tire ,'''lre a"d in thl'.r"l ii ;i".11"1\ ill, WC ileUTinini' d ;
will be liaiied.SIMON Tin 1'\r. n YL It n .\IUI.J11"\.II'r.! by Ih. a'ICt.. fir! her Incll'},. In ihe firs: insiant, glory is to live in the duties of a wife and terminate his existence, as stated.-La.

June I*, i':7.;' ::1; .1 <.ie.d aro '.ulf'I!; who bating elrMien toubici motliei; and she consecrates her days to the Adv.
e, fr"1I1111 it art's ol d. Jica-vaJviscda" higher --
t.f social virtues. in theo"t'rnm'nt
- None r.i :. I gate than ircunix niue-iw till jU-lily; 1111I1 li. imtui practice : Occupied Don't Quarrel.-One of the easiest, thc

. :\1. oAvioj-oNjutr.rncx rorr in <:i nsi li'] .tM-ebi'in:: tiLiiiitic 1 11 liar< r. ron!.'(Via- of her lamilv she reigns! over her and
most common the most perfectly foolish
R.I'e ,'g-t ti.MI..o t all f 1.IIi. r.-.I' ; i .n, \lie n"d.I i ue'1!. al'r4 i' ii, nin ,* .'eb' era'io ,.1.-! husband by complaisance; over her children

:nOjdiil-ii my roo I}'. .vlr. I HanilM-.., lIl..... antli.ir ', c.ded n "i.n the pte' (M rates itisilu. 1'iwebt r due 1':1 hv mildness; and her domestics! by coodiioss.Her things in the world, is to quarrel, no matter
mine .
z'-d 10 .e..i. i. and 1'1\' l p tli'liis, fir i1' 1.4' 'i. ." w Inch Hi re -son it 's pos ilil.- 10 malf It > \\j i hcal honi'is the with whom, men womat., or child-or on
; residence of filial order
firm of Hamsun and \VilJt-f.! :. >Ies re that the nnd is j;'M'dull' r his ,'xl'l.| | .. peace what pretence, provocation, or occasion soever. -

l\1 11 \\ 11 I) it. n ion, and, l remmmeiul i I.> tiie i ...M'<,n >;;<. ffthurb sweet: slr-p I and good! health. I'oonomical There is no kind of necessity for it andno

1M \2ut, ''''17. .VJ..G'n0'1' I lo <'i i7.f.tJl'Inllar'n, winch iic! hi'jli! m ir.ilniul and] sludous, she! !prevents and dissipates the ,
Al'a'a'i, '
species or degree of benefit to be derived
leriiial dltr"'I of the
-- ---'-' -- -- i tf r arcoinplished prin evil the who claim her
:\ J( I l'31..2 i-snlli ice Riur tcviuihopti 'i sl list the ae- passions; indigent from it. And yet, strange as the fact may be,

jicrsOir..t oil;; in.fi \\ llliln, f III ... "It. ,;'lkiiI a .. ..1 teat is: use .nl out I U namcDiAl: ]1.0. chat)', are never repulsed! : the licentious theologians quarrel, and politicians quarrel,
ALL.rporntin .!' the cut "i 1' .ia II '. -ili. ltv: ed-.ic ton( avoid her presence. She has a character of I
do.. ill'- .. : :- I I iwyers, doctors, and ministers quarrel, printers -
jeiivii-iiifitd t ) use -niii* i c ore aturdayu.xLthelJtlt Tliotnllindall and! that makes her
; reserve dignity: esteom-<<
I inst.! of.tllu.. >:ai,,' c'c.t.c.I..led ; and editors quarrel, the church quarrels,
i Tliom.is 15rov\t, e .1.'he diffuses iround her a mild! warmth
t > raiiSi ,:htuc': nz: W' d'ia, Ii, or t1 Iii 'It Ct<-( jitescripiKin. and the stale qnm-rols, nations. tdbp and corporations -
-\ii t. it.-' .n.t ..itcnui u) M.'. I i f I'u". i.* 1'.t.t.a." ". rt pure n!_in, wiii..nHIM. f.1 illume all that and childrennirroi.iboiii
.I1..t ', tile In. Ubcmil. Kiflnnl 1 1 ei.circle her." quarrel, men women
tune abo1 *:>tlt.alu.j l >Mret > > i i tyiv.itrf, all ol and
I '] manner things, on all
| .)j"< d by the Jny: C"i'|p->uUMH: fur tit.u | t.. the u" in !"" ul s u> IOH, aid III t'\"1'm manner
and ilurgi !1 Oct -.5, 1-17 11 8/IIr1int' ( 'lillilrrn in tIC lI lI"urld.-\lany::
tf.h' owmrs iethill0 pn 'j. :a.u: i*
    --- -
    1 labors hard and lives
    \\ be sold ..t jniMiinm' ( :.','11 f*'i' the' 1 j'''>'i'1iii: <.1! Lit 'ra11al1thuec.1otke'y Cltlh na- !'c, an iinwiM- parent spar- NEW YORK, Oct. 20*
    iIl K alibis life for the of leaving e-
    s.4.me. I37.Is VERY FROM ENGLAND.
    B.l) JOLU O.EY. .' nnu_h to ifive his childien! a start in the world,
    5 ILL c i.:til .,c 1'11.' ti, 14 1-J7. 2 <''it> .Vush-l: .
    Tallau.is.spc;\: Aiisr.! ,,- -'- I '.l''l11 .. i' IoC.t, in: : --Mi: in.i f'u.'iIiU' ;Is it is called. Setting; a voutiu! man afloat arrived this morning from Liverpool, whence

    ">HL'L>Li: DlaTUlCr-1 il.sKLI.N tUl"C"UUT. ln.ir H .\'s with money 1 1-ft him by his relatives is like she sailed on the morning of Monday the 25th
    It//-Yo \\".:.:n' -I 1 y-\ c\\ tats* 1 i. tl.ii. ll.uhderunder the of who

    IF'ILL1\M FOI.S\ 1 :: 'svnai: Mt. Alt.-'Ilu.e. t t icf I y ..r I to
    ten one
    ( : ,iOi..O, issu.-d Jody) IT SI i .o i, f-n!' it S ;0. 'I 1')1") Culls t" )h. nupji, .t. cannot) correspondents, aro London papers to Sunday -
    rs. :
    JO'1I17.GR"ST :'n.1 I f 1-37. lltuir.ii.I' i. \t.- .1...V mil:".
    CHURLI-S H'lii,AION J \11I'j' It..in, J-I57. I. i 4 ;ilns -ni-pf-ia'ae., tiO: .tC aic five subscri'-cii.' him to swim, and then be will never need he 2oth both inclusive. The editors of the

    riMHE defendant: :siid aso, ami .>ll\ hers" mM -. IIU.J ,'lltM'11.1.I the bladders. Give your child a sound rdu
    .A\ 3 .rU <'III', Par.STO. Commercial Advertiser are indebted to Captain -
    2.1 : 'hu
    icii"t,tlM, !! take nonce ol the in tuu n>n uf I Iay. ty- y and have done enough for him.
    .aid suit, and oi the issuing o. s ud win of Jli 1f"I. | t *menaiut t> appear nnd |pLa.t.CI the declaralUll .innI I HI IK- l ..t' t iy i 1" ..It.or in i ni :,.Ij". nllitl See to it that; his morals are pure, and hismind GREAT BRITAIN.

    fIU"tl, .'llKC'Uir. I Im n n -nil l.4111I.1.11 l in cultivated. and his whole nature made
    : s >
    said oidiujj tu 1 40atu cs n> ,
    tiled in : ai: ion, ai'< .\ proclamation was issued on the 20th .f
    I l.i'I. .1 <. .' t'.rc Ili (fi lis, 'intM r
    iuclica miilc and p ox'1 1 li.1.CILtu1.ES : t > < /B11..1i layot" siib-iTvient to the laws which govern man,
    of the
    118. I :September, calling a meeting new parliament -
    l ;
    vs SICI.KT, Ati'v. *.' Pi'fl"
    will be of
    Daied.l. I 1- .7 :5J--:tillb11ER11'1'S .'.-'av: I* '.ta --J....l lev I 1111 ::1' i'5'ni:: a; :liri an l von have 6v1Ilim what more on the 15th of November, for dis-
    g __ the wealth of the Indies. You
    .. vain.* than
    ii', <' itN, M :111" t a. i : c is > o. patch of business.

    SALE.if' : Jt.i ai. >uu I "\'-I'ri .*tn's1' n. i In. '11 i I have niven: him :l 'start': which: no misfortune The Queen had officially announced her

    YIHTLCo!: i \\iil "1' I I'.iin t.. a", trcu' : ",ji, S :Oii; on ..11 I t <. ts: ihr t' Ii: -t i :1.l:1' i can deprive him ot: The carper! you teach
    by amjgistrat'1 i l j\ 'el .ui I. 01 a' d I <.. tnl.y I.fl'i > Hi I'iee t.. ai \.,*. purpose to take up her residence at the Pa-

    a 'IIII\'a'c! wi t!e il.iri. l d"- iict ill Ih. c .unty <.f.j' NOTE -- Tin o.\'t'; |I'S .kc. foor i'ret ),'1'd .' him. to dep'Mid npo'i! his own resources the vilion, Brighton, on the 4th of October.

    Lean, I shill/ pioci c in s j IIOMIC hi_I-. -t I,. d r, i'lilre, ....i.: II' a. ", ,.U.l hi l'...".!>' .1..' t ..11C I I..h. t betl'r.I The King and Queen Belgium embark-
    do o-th., Court House the oil ,. ..1) lirn. ....Ii >. .
    before tuc r ; in V lj J w r 1.' fiif : H < iiiui II' tU -- --- --
    ''rUH.11t.1' e, county ot L '.m. ou the. :;'irt.i ." .urd's i .'11 ..I'i hi 'I'irt r.f F.ur.1 l t, the "l'o.li| ni" 1 1'1'1 I .1 nf 'l'rul/opi.\11l.-n the evening ecl at Ramsgate; for their own kingdom, OH
    syj/r//wr/j !
    in J Dcrnulicr n, xt. ail: the ii.ln;, nil, c: > in an i J <. UK l 'n-z: <\ lit' *i riiiiiiui'il in loi.i'n lAinil :.a_-, I brilliant board a government steamer. on the 19th.
    tct est of William 1), Aiisnn in ami I n iit 1..a.\\1 ><; hill In- C7i'.';.Uuil ol' the a>ij'nn.11iiinlici in' : of II.- cveutful clay, a patty was Mr. Stevenson, the American minister, ref

    tract of Land, to \\it : the ='\-t: 1 ..r! ih >, i.: i +ibt in, .oi ;!.'ia. I!' assembled lirneath the hospitable: roof of :Mrs.t turned] to London on the 20th, from Liverpool

    ,ti' n :i,1' 2, It 2 N S. l 1", oonnmui.. ID" art. ", (._JtjCmletn.. n di- MIS.-.I tooral: J in.w Jt 'key I t I Ulueherrv.. It consisted of twenty-seven where he had! been attending the meeting of

    .noreor Irss, Ifunj: I'nd l>e n; m mid iti-and; in bat Clint, ..re r. 'j<.e''i-d t'i ui'-ei at t'i<. fay: II til I, HI '' muses of Little Orange street, and the celelir.ite -
    jfy said \\ rat in fav-'r i.f Lc\\ is S >".ters. i'al.h.! .s i'.<.. III ,,'c:.i' k, 'ilt 147. K\iulii.: : p.cximii lie Biitish Association.
    ;lute will take place wnlnn the usiul ho IT-. 01.] Ua'LS: girt' lh" pjipu>: ul or. ;aiii/i.i, the I Miss Lvdia Laurel, a travelling! Lon- SPAIN.
    if. doner. She was a coarse middle aged dame
    A. /lfelIEltMie I
    St m e. The latest intelligence from Madrid is
    {let. lalh, ia:<7. n-t-i* Tin. Rules of the old\ J .rkey ('Iu''. \\l\\\\ .-..o.Crn with fired curls, and a provoking! stare-fat
    given in the following paragraph, from the
    -- --- nillill a nc\v' C'mlj tiiKani7 I I.I I.: and lookiti'' like! John Bull in petti-
    fuity- a
    troccl'jGI'OI'j( -;. j Courier of the 23d ( ) which we
    I III'I 1-. |BI ll' i N, 1'( '1'1'Io'I..r. evening quota
    arrivals f,our LJ.ilinii'iic a,id .\ ./ Y... l.c l., !i ill :iss, < l<. II!b-". IM-I: 1 I57 If 10.Ms. :Sin-hid been recounting: some Ira- (entire.
    BY\ ha\c jut rcfjutd, nnd arc 1'1:11'11:' :titl.c I \eleis! tales of Itl-r adventures in the "West"which
    1.1'.0.cot N'I'Y < ;iiuur.Jo Letters nnd papers from Madrid to the
    I Mi. Jam \1,- ln-' :
    Store lornn.ily "CI'JI'IC.I liy s wen likened to with rapturous
    and of rnnirc a-jj rtnK'iit
    len a larpe hil-
    HIE' and PRuVlSiONS, ,* hi Ii an: .tknd m I I > :Sjuiiiuions n>l ri-. |t.>r >I i > .Gi trade I is Al,tjti, ) .itiln.mble :M .r,'h 'I' r-n, IS.7. histtation of manl'l'rs ill the '' est, said the
    the town or country ': tin Very a"ctJlllmfd.ltlf1 to be almost surrounded by the Car-
    terms-viz : f HI 111.i tt', ndint in Bald case and! all otinim. !. elegant fem.ile. "( vas a din'n's haboard time
    I.I lists. His force is: estimated at 16,000 in*
    PUOVISION.S. JS_ te t.t. ii \\ Iii gilt.: sill i' f Ot :lei1).r tIlt 'n of t tI vatch joti-rall-mn steamboat Snag!; or the
    Sup Baltimore cured canvassed I limns I I saidml <1'1' IItad.t, .is amrn .1-.1 1 ,," t.. y are Pantry and 1,000 cavalry.
    do do ;Mid il'gs' 11 I. r. qn.iod 11: appi'ai' and pi alt I .. the .ca,atio i Ii 10-.1! Iloheiiiho River. The irentlemnn: next me, It i is stated that accounts from Madrid had

    naltnnorc Now Wlicit Flour iiis'ul.aaijcoi! 'ding tn tin st.ilut. n m 'b rasp on III)" liirht, was a northerner, and the pent reached Paris to the 15th, when the Carlisfs

    No 1 Butter and I :and i mad .'II.j I'I'tJ\'hled UU'ALLLIO t! tleinan; on mv !left was a southrrner. Vel, {jaU, were again retiring towards Cuenca. The

    Codfish, Mackerel, and Che'bc. ./ttysl'ir pltlfSe they yets into a kind of discussion on the habbohlion -
    I and of the 13th
    letters give us some
    H tl papers
    Murotis.Champaignc t'mber'J..tU, I I8J7: hih hariz.I .
    question} when some \"oral.s such would be the case
    1 -- -- to that
    SIlolUnd reason expect
    Cnjrnar: IVaciijiple p.ulaluBral.des. DA.MIJ L .\ lillHAS : "Pha..c retract said the southerner
    I 1 I to but at that date they were close to the walls,
    rcrel\.d.:1n I iifTcrs. fm oalc f heap, "1'rav
    Gin, conntiy Gin, Jninnici 1 1I1l1MonQDgulld. i JU'I ,, ,. ::, "Vont do it, said the northerner. and had caused well be ctcd
    cast "nIy, .'l .\III'J.I.: ", ,ii<.l -ale\
    and rnminunYh,*>kcy i II I i maim' said the southerner to me, "vill yon
    & .
    //.Hand mli I alarm. The inhabitants bow-
    .\ 1 I': Unin, F.en-b niiniamly' considerable ,
    m\cCUE.. .lt IV,.-, i'i 'a\." the goodness to lean bark in your chair1""Vilh !
    : III.l\I.J'IIU, \lala4aaotl.til.sc: described
    old *' Pimri .'" (:, u i"y ; ever, including the National Guard, are -
    Superior i's.Cu.a
    '! k Ilavun g do Bd_K '1\\ aml Hope; L<,afT Lump and lSn\vu: 6u teatilt ;;ar; the greatest plt'lJfI'-not known' as being zealous in defence of theirhonli
    i u alJ-.ll. il'jw.,! rS .ul and L'ja'i! S,sea comin.' Yen vat dolt my uentlem -
    vat'a:; a
    Fine Cut clicwn much in of
    i'tibacfu want
    g p.iprrs s, but they are very
    Cider Le"I'1I
    B. ttoJ! Syrup,
    S ,
    \ i. SUI', ar.: ", lOll
    Complete nssoitnii! ol cie! \\ ln g ai d (,tilt' "1 1111'ar'o ; :in do, but vips out n boss pMilc, as !, as uilers. We had previously learned -
    Pcjipi A.c. energetic
    Jispicc, r,
    .MaccabauSs'Itrh fy Simfl' harm and shoots rieht. hand nciehboi!
    .ap.tc| lilY my the telegraphic dispatch that the capital -
    Gunpowder, Impernl; STOHACE.Is ; declared _n the 11th in a state of
    Loaf and brown Sujar, M,iisM: s wounded was
    Rio Havana Cola:, coarse and fine Sat: prepared to rocmc mi SKI ace, for .liipmont, of ri2ht temple, a lady siege. On that day nil the gales except two

    Cotton Bagging and! Bale Hope.Blimm CO(tunnut ally' ['nodiire; a to r. i' i.<.. st'n- nn.l in the side. She buttered an orifick scream,. were closed and the National Guard-remain-

    RaiMins, :Is."hi.e|i ..Imon.} ill i'.t.- 1 l'r > iid G'MKls and" M. icliand z- // *>"ti.''i> a "lon my word l, ma'm," said the southerner, .aI under during the whole night. No
    ter and \ Crackers. < dmlies -\W(4t of : '. Tenni a' customary about it ( arms
    \xjltr Si|.crm : t, .ai 1 In' jwiiom I. 'oll needn't make so much noise tbo
    OII.LampoOtIHI11cl'"der.'I1i t. .t' (1'-.1 I h. i tnior'' in tll(' !.:iac<*. IU I did it by mistake." "And was not juslit: business was done at the exchange on_
    I' 'e by G. H.ttT.K.UM\ isniinJiu.arec : j OltOJC! ,' 7, 1 +37. 9.6t 1
    .' :: Oct. 2J, :l.if

    11th, which was not oven opened, all ho were armed. Yesterday they arrived about nine place; and this too, without the

    respectable citizens having been employedin THE FLORIDIAN. miles from here,and sent in a messenger to Gen. Taxation commission, drayage enormotn aU, tb.

    preparing for defence. Bodies of peasantry Hernandez. who went out to see them. Gen- etcetraa deducted fr.no the account sales in

    had been brought into town to workat AL1L WASJ IBUb Jesup also proceeded to the vicinity of their New Orleans. THROAT. P. M.

    the walls; and the Cortee have ordered the camp, and while they were talking wIth Gen.H. There is no material alteration in the
    convent of Salioas to be converted into a SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, they were suddenly surrounded by two bun tate of the money market; a vast amount

    citadel. dred horse; BO suddenly, that they bad not timeto of the idle capital laying: dead in the banks.

    Some skirmishing even appears to have We understand from the St. Joseph Times, raise a single rifle, though all had one by their "Phis not only shows an unhealthy state of

    taken place on the 12tb between the outpostsof that through the influence of Col. Downing, our sides. They were marched to town, and are now things, but that capitalists cannot find either

    the Guards and the Delegate in Congress, the citizens of that place i profitable stocks to icvest in
    Royal Carlists, but safely under lock and key, and there they will be or good pattr

    the latter did not voniuie tv make a deter- will in future be better accommodated in their kept, if watchfulness and a strong guard can to loan on. It also shows that either the

    mined attack. All their forces were not mail facilities.; A semi-weekly route is to be cs merchants have not profitable inducement
    them there.
    then collected .n the spot, and the retreat ; tablished between that place and Marianna, by The writer he does net '"think this will offered' tahtte money, or that confidence i is

    to Cuenca, or whereverthey may be gone to, I which arrangement the communication i<> St says !so impaired that they cannot give security
    end but have drawn
    enable then to organize their attack. Cabrera Joseph will be fram three ta fnur days earlier.! immediately the war. we for the l lean of money. A better state of

    who it was said a few days ago had been I Such an arrangement is much needed, as we the tangs!"fiom the reptileso that} he can nu Im I things, however we think is at hand, and

    shot by order of Don Carlos, is supposed to I seldom receive the Times: in less than two weeks ger bite. indeed it i is already! in some degree felL

    command the division of the Carlists, which I after its day publication. The city trnd has on the whole been larger

    was in the immediate neighborhood of the' The Times states that accounts from Wash NEWYORK, Oct. 20. and better within the last month than was an-

    capital and Don Carlos himself the We have at last the pleasure to announceto tiripatcd. Freights have improved
    was on int'ton represent our Delegate at being Jestrvedly decided
    the that the banks of this city havl-
    11th at Fuentiduena, a few leagues from the popular in Congress ; and his influencethereby public ly. The packets, and even the transient
    made their minds hold Convention
    up : to a have been taken
    capital. With an imposing force so imme- ships up at pretty fair rates
    acquired will: qualify l him ably to reirescut
    for the resumption of specie payment, and Mo.st of
    our shipare
    now South.
    diately in their neighborhood distrac- going
    the interests of tlie territi H'e hud ai
    ry. that the 7th of November month has
    next where it is belied vessels will find
    ted rulers, and a !'oldieryhose fidelity is employ:
    liripatcd his taking: in the debate Il.l'slIlljl'ct
    part upon been fixed for this .
    upon purpo.tp.Every : The emission
    said to be doubtful, the inhabitants of Madrid new Treasury Notes
    ol'tl.e Florida: war but we are informed; will
    ; : inoniftl I man recollect that -
    have little more than themselves to relyon previous has not made its appearance, and it is
    ; and if they should, in this emergency, that although prcpaml: :o d.) so, he was un ogle I to the session of Congress, just terminated how they will stand lathe yetproblematical
    to obtain tint fl" while the under :New YOlk banks made similar
    be or subject was the : a kel. The Government are
    found wanting, which we do not anticipate making

    their homes will soon be at the mercy discussion. proposition, which was negatived: and repu effwrl to make them stand by tho side of gold
    ---- --- tliated the Philadelphia banks, under the
    ef Cabrcra and Yalencian rabble. I by and silver : but a few days will determine

    The ministers and the Cortes, were, as The fever at New Orleans: has nearly abnteti; plea, that the action of Congress was necessary : iheir fate in this respect. Shoud! the Votes

    usual, engaged in consultation and in talk- the new cases are confined. entirely to strangers.The nor such a step. Large; classes of fi- bear any rate of interest above five per cent

    ing, without being ahln to satisfy the public health of Mobile is also rapidly improving.: runciers did not think so, but, in money af- there is no question that capitalists would

    -- .. -- firs: combined effort is the soul and New
    that their measures deserved approval. Don very take them readily and give York paper
    On the niirhl of the 20th nit.! an incendiary of kind of business
    boms every or any return at for them. FRIDAY
    Francisco de Paula had exhibited himself in I par P. M.
    the public streets to tranquilize the people, attempt. was .untie to set (fire to the (;cllt'rall'lI't I of permanent confidence. WiihouInrmony Packet after parket in succession follows

    but no leading:: man has yet made his appearance Office at \\ a..hin loii. A bundle!! of papers King and combination, no purrnaiienrestoration each other. Within ihe last four days we

    whom the bulk of the people eagerly on the mantel-piece! in I he room of the I'n- confidence can ever be achieved have had four :from Liverpool, two from

    follow, assured *f his energy and his integ Master General, was burnt, an-1 1 the manlc'-piete in commerce. [Havre. The latest is the Independence,

    rity. Notwithstanding the! alarm which prevailed charred7n inve-tii.ilU! (he cirriimsfaiiciM which left Liverpool on th-i 25th Sept._

    on the 11th and 12th, the capital wns has 'been inMituted by Mr] Kcnd.ill, thu result! of I The political news from Spain was ofa melancholy -

    tranquil on the 13th. The shops were nil\ which has not yet tran
    ;: Simultaneous: with the issue of Treasury l The Carlisls were overrunning: iho
    open, and business was proceeding in the -- -- country
    usual manner. The Queen also hnd Tun Ciir-nnvt-i-i -The Snvnnnuh Ilcpuhli! notes, we have always said, thai tin resumpll and at th-r litest dates thrratenedIadriJ.._

    much satisfaction by appearing in public given on can says : "\\"C lear we shall er.coimlcr snout M. -,f .-,..-"_;'", )'uJ..: ...t* ..uvt.t, !,,, Wm.llt.ibotit Hit cominrn i i-il intelligence is ummporUnt.Tin .

    the 12th. She rode through the city and difliciiity/ yet \itlllhc Cherokee, before; !:. they are am] confidence restored, provided re were t'urge sale? of cotton in Liver

    Padro in an open carriage, without even an removed from our soil.: All accounts we ceivc Ihcrnas any dgrcc; of harmony between t pool, and at firm prices. In London there

    escort, nnd was in every place received with from gist; section go to confirm the opinion that! the rival money powers. J\rcordargIY.! :: had not !been any excitement: in the mcrcan.
    forced. ITitb the teniiirintion of the session, many jHi'a'lIIlcltill > tile market but business.
    the greatest enthusiasm.can!':, too, hail they will not ICnlO'CillIIII'Y arc t a steady Prices
    ; : ;;!; have been held among our leading !; continue for most stable and
    heen taken to bring the treaSIll es of the church the excepiiwii of a wrangling di-posilioti, killing part where

    from Toledo, and the royal property from of caltle, &.O. (whit! alvvaysarc t* be considered: financiers, arid much con-ulniiin( held between j f there had: been any instance of alteration it

    Aronjuez, both of which places were threat- the furewarn'wir..of: ) a general io-.iiliy 1 : ,) we have the members of CongrtaS: and the is for an advance. Spices have been much,

    ened by the Carlists. heard) ol no outr.iL'cs being made by beta as yet. bankers henMC.S.TS. -. I sought after. Tea hart. al-o been eagerly

    : Gallatin, Newbold, White, and bough and at higher The
    The new British legion, under General But they"e threatening language-swear I they up. quotations.
    several others, conjunction with a few ban recent hurricane in the \\'cat Indies
    O'Donnell, sustained a signal defeat at Ar- will not remove till! 111I'YHC t'.rcei.: ,-say that
    kers frcrn the country, have come to the cetenr.ination rau-td all kinds of
    daoin the 14th of The Car- and hat IcrcIbt'v \; raw sugar to :Hvauce.-
    on September. they had ns soon die! as g<>,- :
    to make a decided iiiovenient at The cutlers for l-'rglnh. Iron had ben
    lists under marched from Tolo.sa shedU these : moretnunierois !
    Uranga ere driven off, blood: wilt be
    !jla-t-and yc..trnlay notices were issued tr. th.m could be executed. The advices
    and forced their into Ardaorn the I -
    at and fehouL: :
    way pbceourpeople
    :premonitory symptoms all!I the leading banks of this state, < !
    rc point of the The "
    bayonet. Spanish royal-
    upon( their' guard.Tl. tiri them IioUl! Convention in this ;
    : ;! to ;il city 1 kt-t-51vice a derrnnd flu all kiwis of
    its fled, leaving the brunt of the battle to bt: I! great
    sustained the English who suffered( itiomlInltlliirei'C'r 1111 the 7lU November: f o.r the! pisrpo--: :I jriw proijiio: *, and r a daily! improvement; gCIIi. -
    by severely : of the >:
    cw'urk currcsjvindcnt .
    < ., r"-mifa.mi':! >peciii na-rn"1 t. in furj.ili ::WI. oruc.rly ; ,.,. ''' .. ........t ... "", In,..
    the streets of the town being cow r- writes U.at! tt.e Mc.m: park. "
    : ; wiih t th! i- o'TK.as.iry -
    j cotcmporatm'Mi.s f 'tJ' ---
    ed with the bodies .film aldin. : n.t )iirt r<. keel I broken her r"I"vvoyage
    11.uiie was hnygrd (the ) on drafts. It is : : Irr.ii the! avannali. Re;-ut'tican.:
    highly: probable bu;
    maining prisoners in the hands of the Car- and palclellllp." If so, why WliI.t I. i ;SliT i'f an Aholiiinnist.uge! Lynch
    O'Donnell himself had 't ( not yf tn critained! the fact t.'t: nt \\li
    lists. Gen. a narrow !-l'llio sea at all ? A il-yrlttl ie";p ttms,iltiity: moral i has ueeii at work ;I'lIn-
    ill\titatian'tlll t b
    "- ex'ciuleil\ to the i'hiiaili--! !
    Aflerthis the Carlists
    escape. success, as well: as legal, re"ts on tho>e who controlled:: I i Oi Sept. 23: it :tag ascertained that Cap.
    Hri.stu .
    I phil : and Hdtmre! :
    marched to Hernani, and it was thought not : : kw!;-. \\ sti
    | her movement; :111.a\ full investigation! into ti.f t-iijj IIn_:etl (an Kn.jIishm.Hi.) of the ::;chr.P .
    the! 1.1II'r it I bo !
    that would I mty ::eceptibe!; but we doul.t
    they once more gain
    improbable facts of the case will, we trust, be maie.\ >llv\ then lying at Jacksonville! Fa., hall
    whither United
    'he Stales Jl.i-ik: and its
    : a.-
    of that place. This is the Cai-
    possession I
    ,iveen making: a boast of his Adolition prin.
    -'oriile.-, will not attempt to throw soin-j Jit-:
    A letter from
    list account. Bayonne \\.c loam from tl'W Orleans: !uetin!! |Icines[ to 'l r. I I.. on I board ;i stcarnlio.it.:: Thismfurmation
    !lit-ti ties in the He .
    the affair somewhat differently again w.iy. tJatH; it Ill- tIhrit
    reached the! three of ihorii'ht
    that a murderous\ scheme of the ue"roes belong cars
    follows. can be 1:0 doubt: but: the bi.lx: of 'hcity 11
    in" to a Mr. Comptoti, weir Alexandria! : Ln.: -iiiil thioughfjuMhe! >tote will[ sort, from Cirndei Count'Gn.: ., then
    :!ai- .it
    The Carlists used effort
    every to get possession with several tier blacks! tml "it J.ick-onviHi- IMU,-.CMJ lueiti to (place
    of the artillery, but the battalion of I together : :by /'trtvrud!, we !'e'!.r not, a uecsfitl iiiti>rup: ij. pubiic'.v.! the following:-
    white! discovered about?
    vagabond men, was for to res ore th.it couJiiN.-nre: so ije.-i-- :"r': aid "
    royal English marines, as well as the 'lancers u T C 1-:.
    9lh, ut.and! nine of the ringleadf! rsane and the of the wheeled about
    rest legion,
    I TliO : oi' the Setir.
    C'.ipUin PJly, now fywI
    up to the llb-a fiend ii l.urnnnslnpe Ti.e only dltlirnlty'ith the l.-iuks her,-,
    stopped, and ranged themselves in battle order of, J.,
    tag in the c.k-onviite i is Aboli-
    [ ; port na !
    the Hernani road and l i (with a white skin.) and! who was known arid in f.ict i-nc of the real cm: :?s IIfh: : >-;,.-
    upon great commenced !| ii',:ii-t.-It U h"i..-tl Ih .t the ;goad citizeasI't'Ihe
    firing. Their fire was so ti i orous I to be one 01 the principals making bis eseipe.( ieu-iur, his \been th r I.:r". amount of goveriinent Souih will t trait tu! : villi.in! accorJing-

    ly directed, and their pieces so well served, I The plot,as far as ran beascerrnine.l: wis deep, d"p'J"itt" ::', whicli: |>rr:>i-tj like an iiriimbus ; lye

    that the Carlists were obliged to desist in I and, had it not !J'elllirnt'ly arrrsted, wide spread; upon our coin miterci 11 iil'elt3t- \ ;
    i J [Si;_ncc?,] CITIZEN.t .
    their attempt, after having experienced a''I I j nobler! must have speedily ensued:, a rill, in ihei Jlt-ralJ. t
    I !! Por- ml IU lUn! ;i!)i">\ .', lh> three! IS.IIYIdJalS. \ -
    considerable loss. his to the gallant conduct i aliscnctr from that quarter' : lit'a !urge portion of ---- -- --
    F. K-, A. S- anti l L. :II;-
    ef this legion alone that the Christmas troops, desolation! spread over the fairest portion' Prom the! :N. V. Kx r!:<;., Oct. 21.MONKY .
    i.ibove ilSii: fed
    < to, *tiollc.J: forlh after night
    owe the preservation of their artillery, and of the stale. : 31AIIKK T-CITY X::\\" I :
    i enouiuterod Capt. Hu:gett.-U'heixaddressed
    that the retreat was effected with' something --- -- --- \\
    I .EDasPY: r. M.The upon the subject o'his vile prin-
    like honor. TIIK KI.KCTIONS.Pt.s.Nsvi.VAMA. loss of the Home with hundred he '
    nearly a cities was r.itlie r 'big" with the "inju-
    According to the most creditable reports, I .-The final returns of the < Iris ; I "
    pa s" rn"rs. ca"t a loom overValI: rod, feelings ot a gentleman: and denied;

    the Christinos in this affair had 150 men election in this state, fir member-! t tljr Lois strret, :t.; well is lat! whole! city, it is one et: ', but :Mr. L. was called in for pruof.and Capf.j .

    made prisoners, GO killed, and 180 wounded.The I' ha Inure, have come to hand. The result j is as he severest losses we have ever Px7; -.riencf i j lltignetl: was clearly and most fully proven

    latter, among whom were also some of follows ,I, and has entered closely into
    l : : more thf busiues I .lit \tnlitionisl.-Of the Triutr.vinic in Jed;-

    ficcre, were taken over the same night to St. Wi.i-. V. B. concern ot the city, than anv. .similarloss meat Judge Lynch happened to he one and

    Sebastian. They lost at the same time a Senators, ly 14Representatives I I ever experienced.I There IMS,, all1l'tIWI'II !: awarded the t following\! l'ntence-"That

    great quantity of live stock, provisions, nnd ; 41 5tt"3 > ;i :ause in money, as well as other op- i Captain H'igg'-U shall be !blackened and
    amunition, and several tents. Upon
    camp erations.
    I soMasa Slavo at Public Sale.
    the line of Hernani, where the troops were 70 The Treasury Note bills are to bo i nsucd I ) was ihorcfore, beautifully metam rij -
    at last with difficulty reorganized, they were Van Hurrn: majority on joint billot!! 7. Li-t I Washington
    at and
    to-d.iy, < be
    cle into ofi
    may expo IPhosed' a neyro! by a shining coat
    BO enthusiastically and spiritedly haranguedby year it was 42.OHIO. I in the Hxpress: mail to morroAll \'. i i rls..enseof Tyre; then. put up for sale, and
    Brigadier O'DonncII, that the very same .-In ibis state, the U'liigs, have succeeded I
    important movement going on in : after much Lit/Jilig/ was knocked off to the
    afternoon they returned with renewed ardourto t in t..jl'clill i a majority: of t; in;the IInu>e.and! \ Ie If.hur_, thrum:,h the Commercial & It.nl i ;I t highest bidder I fur IS 3-4 cts. Tho! purchaser -

    the combat, took possession of Urnicta, .1 in he Senate--a gull of twelventeulberssmie:.' Ilo.id U.uik, which mstituiion{ is now ailvan- -t-'iteil his intention to fake him to Georgia -

    and from repulsed side.the Catlists with .rcat vigor last jear. f rig, S1U |per (bale on cotton, and proposesto I' where he could get a good price: for him;

    Generals every ---- -- :j-lup( ti* Europe and refund' the planter the i i-.ut on hisvay thither his purchase made
    Uranga and Grubelaldc
    were A correspondent the/' Savannah, : G'e.r!!i.u, dill'-rence in Lihaiimwinch: at present a- r hij escape, and was last heard of near
    present at the affair, and had nine battalions
    under writing from St. Augusitne. under date o:' Oi-t. iiioiiiit-i ( > 30 per cenr. This operation, it t I ('har'e' ":fur,. He tannotlJc mistaken. Preparatory -
    them. The loss their side t
    on : mounted -
    hear o2J: ba 's: I put i in operation ill be of great benefit to.Mississippi. i to the mild sentence, the abject
    we to 200 wounded and 70 killed.
    The insurgents were again in motion in "\\"e made a gUrious haul yesterday. Powell: and of special J benefit to ihe ; wretch t fell\ on his knees and implored mer-

    Pampeluna. The rebel junta had closed and all the w.r (hurt-, except three, arc now liunr. -sh.ning town of Vicksburg. The ey; that if his Judges! had no mercy upon

    the gates of the fortress, and refused all com- ladled in the ton; wilfi eij'lily 01 l their winiorbthe Vick-burg Sentinel, says, That this opera- I him, to remember his children. His perfect

    munication with the government: declaring bone and .ine\v of Ilieir nition.: Scvintynegroes lion will be of immense ah.lI1ta"ohieh our 'I' submission and guilty terror, iuduced his

    itself independent, both of the Queen and of came in a day or two since, and a large pi.niters will derive from breaking offallcwuueclion Honor to pass no harsher sentence.

    Don Carlos. number are now Volusia, whither steamboatgoes with Ihe'cw: Orleans commission I The Auctioneer amon_ other recommendations

    ibis morning lo ;et them. men pants, is already manifest. Our homomarket !bestowed\ the following:

    Fatal Casualty.-Mr. Allen Perry, of "Powell! and his band came with the avowed 1 : will just put about oO percent more "The fellow. small gentleman, but still

    Greenfield, Massachusetts, was instantly intention of having a talk, but prub..LI.vi1h in the pockets of'our planters. While cot will make a prime (d) field hand-and all..

    killed by being caught in the machinery of a the' real one of endeavouring to ton is now selling: in New Orleans for from i hough he has the rogue marked in his face,
    rescue Philip,
    cutlery factory, at which he was at work in who fell into our hands 8 1-2 to 11 cents, it commands 12 1-2 to still the greater the rascal, the smarter the

    that place, a few days since. omc days ago, as all 13 cents in Natchez, Grand Gulf and this ; negro, 'c."

    from \V. Irving's last book, the I I

    '' Rocky Mountains, or history of Captain LIST OF LETTERS remainiHe the PO-.I NOTICE.The NOTICE

    Bonnevillto's Fur Trade beyond the moun- 1 M" Tallnhasse-, Fin.. on the 1st day ,fS'nvemltor Subscribers (having associated them IS hereby given that boob of subscription foe:
    1 17 and b not '
    n<>t "f rc nd\ortisH.: I If ''' ''
    aktnout "'eh't.o; in :Mercantile business under the firm oMcUaeny the taking of half million of dollars ot Stock -
    within .
    tam!!. "in"h' day e, thry will be tent lohe in the Union Bank '
    Bonn'l'ille' outfit of mcn.Thl'lr M Gl'nHttll'n..1 office as .lead letters. & Ilan't>S, bag leave to inform their of Florida, rill be opened at
    Capt. I the following places on the 18th day of this month,
    appearance and equipment exhibited a A sh, Charles C 3 M'Lnnore 1An rn-nds and ihe \public generally, that they are under the directions of the following persons, and

    very pie-bald mixture ; half ci\'ilized and half savc rows:, Elijah :.M'CraiFarq: IAldrews io\v iiR'iiin| ; in the tore formerly occupied by t-> remain open at Tallahassee for the space of CO

    fellows. Thomas / Mi I chill, l Or J be Idle Hohen( S. Miller, on the west side .f days, and at St. Augustine and Jacksonville thirty

    ..co* all game Allen, ItichnrJ C :! .Murphy,John, :JlonroeStreet and! opposite \1'a.hingtonSquare days.

    ,:These men, while in the Crow country, Alston, Wil'is' lllnulsbv.lr\ ( hihald in the Citv of Tallal-assee, a general assort Samuel Parkhill \

    Were continually stealing away with whati-v- .AlbersonJuarpl: : 'aeon, Mrs \1arihn [II 1IIt'IIt'lf Dry Gaud>, Hardware and Groceries, Ed. B. Vass \ In Tallahassee.Tom .
    ] ,
    heaver bkins they could lay their hands liliixsMtn U'm 2 .Vinor, Henry which the. oiler I fur sale on accorndating terms.
    er Bi llamy, Dr Samuel l1JllfUe.Vm P 2 Peter Chaires, j
    upon ; these they would exchange for whisley Hrire, liliza :MaidenPanic\ U. McllAENY. Joseph D. Lancaster \
    and then revel in drunkenness and de- Heiubry, Kenneth Miller, Wan C SAM: I L. F. AWES. Isaiah D. Hart > Jacksonville.John .

    taurbery/' Be.yout, Mrs JUaliy, John Talla"r see Fe'h. 25th 1337. :9.tf ,
    Black! J .I ; Warren, j
    Map?:.s, Ch.irles2 -- -
    of Kiccarees had
    (After party stolen a Craig, Wm P t Toner, Win R THE FLORIDA HOTEL. Abraham Du Pont, }

    number of nf\noc\.lIc horses, and two innocent Caiii'S, Col Pinilar\i:!;. Josiah "" 11lIh.eri'wr having! purchased the house for- Edwin T. Jenks, v St. Augustine.

    Uiccarees had come into then camp to <('ulint'm: or Thos Prince, George ir 2 ... rr.eily ni"cutti' d by Iri :'inborn, and' mIen ling : Daniel S. Griswold j
    wit them. snit' were seized as hostages)- (''''8\'lanll!, :Mrs. Susan IVnniniio", aatncs1: t" put tin-: same in imnedia'e: repair; for the recej JOHN ,
    ( (1.11. John \\ 2 Rih", t'auny tin'i of'h.ise/ wh-i miy cho"se to fn'.ur them with Cash.
    Jliccarces, unwilling to h all October 14 1837.
    rtlinqu !'! .
    .4 The '
    A stst't of 'heir
    COl\Jml..try, R njsc, JamesStiisis'en'ce + patronage, take this ponunity\ to inform the
    of the stolen horses, left, the two captives to 4c. tolls, :Miss Mai net public <:r ntrily.thnt: tin y intend furnishing brit NOTICE.THE .

    their} fate who were then dragged to the bla Carr111, A I IUa, Gen Lci-h tblc wilt the! \i'fst' ih ro'intrv stingily, nnd wills

    by Lapt. uoniicvillt', men anl Coj}>elanil.\ Win Ry.m.: + Joseph; l l-2 -'.ue n > Lain; to make flit elr house a<;rte.iblc to following names are the appraisers appointed -
    in their
    zing pyre to
    : Crootn, J B It Ill all. Jiul-rc T 3 t1loJ"C,, who may favour then with their c nupany.L. I appraise property respective
    burnt to death in tight of their retreating: I 3\'enI'OltJuhn( A S.-ho .makr-r, Lod j. BELL & co. countlcs, to secure subscriptions to the extension of

    comrades." l Pllr"l'1, i i.'i Cattily Si.'wart, James 1> 2 ftuin y, October! 11,1 K57. 10 the ifKk of theUNION

    .'The Jshashonees are a frit'ndland hospitable /).",.-s-y= Thorn :Sheili-ld, l U1 ------ -- --- BANK OF FLORIDA.

    I'coplc.-" Tile .Shar.honrf; beaulu1' K'i"t, J Feymoro, Theodore R STOUAdi: STOUAUE County of St. Johns.

    Fa..her. Fanny S liih.: naIi THE[ subsrri! rr lal"Ie" 3l1I rented those! large; William Livingston, Frederick Weiden Simeon

    became objects of rivalry Among the amorous Fis :ei, Cant: A Sun ..M>n. Fied-nck ruinnviiJuiiis \' :houses! kllown as ticixas: Sandier, Joseph M Hernandez, John 31 Fontane.

    inouul niif''el d. ll.ipji)' t. .t' ho trapjiciwhorould Gratritn. Cart .7 Shornll, J hn wMrt'liousci, 'I ci>ntinn t') ico'-ivc Cutlon and! County of Duval.

    muster tip n red blanket a Mrinaf twat.tvV'tilanl: treat' Freilemk Goo Is i .n .;.'sat:, I'' ''.ti Ins CXJKTI.( 'nre in tlic buiu Joseph! B Lancaster; \Vm B Ross, John Warren,

    "a\ beads) or a p + pa-r of preciu'is veruiillin Orimt's'' ir.llnm: Ftc hens', C JJ' < .". l.c il.itti r: l.nn-c'f! ih.it he ran give &ati&faciion J D Itirl, Josiah Gates.
    Girnn. J Toinpkiiis Capt H' If tn thuc win III.'ucu..! to kiln their pntnmige. County of Alachua.
    ) which tn win the $milcs of a Sli ,- Hi: !!, Miss l Geonje, Ann '1'tvlz s, (01 I U i: 'JU wai'Iirtisrsarc in g.r.d older, and per B M Dell, Thos Coldin?, Samuel Piles jr., Cotton -

    tohnl't> fair on''. The SlM-hoi: IIl'.IUIIl',. ilil.J'ihn Til:i:ii'lnsiatJnnicl it'it'y: reourc tnup fiiasa, :! 'j from inundation by Row les, Je Manly..

    11JlIlI\.t about in all the colors l llTkinNWm I : TLI. Mr l !Iiab'e.! WILLIAM J. BAILEY. '
    \ nod'I'r freak ol : Peiborn Ross Jacob Summer'.n James Knee-
    ) (prodigality was ill Ilinort.: A H'n"'h: If :.M.in<.:Iii 1,0.-1. 4, IS :7. y-lm black James Robert Brown.
    __ _
    Bulged! ; m to its flllll'\h'IH. J .h..II' Mrs Catherine: Ir\.lle'[ J ----- --- fw--f Hamilton.
    : ( ; County
    (Spi-akingol; tit ';!3hosiok! ':; or Root hail;- JmifsJr.ailljf, ir'iheis' II (j' 2 UO1)S. James n"IDi\niei Bell, Francis J Ross Peter
    I the L .ck.-cin in ic Craig:; !l'i, --!h H !B fglllE S'lhrrib'r:: ate rrrcixii" their supplies ,
    rf beyond Law
    g inoiint.iiiis a prople vli" Levi*, IOIIN: H'l'ininis. I'r.nkLrvinz.aon J!_ ol 1 all! a s.l Wirre.finod: : -, t.hiali| they off 3f'Ra:.

    laid no knowledge of white melt, he says; : ) A. Hani H'lNun. Wtlliamil.r : r 1'r.t: :c l.,\\ 1 f..?"a-h, o.niry produce, nron f hnit I j Coutitv of ?Madison.

    'Th Sho lio.i t iL-ut. 1'1..',..: wno! (> ." c''nut, are tliioart* I In John M.l'.rr; : John C l\lcGthcellS Linton.R J
    <: : Knot ( ) 1'iTh'ins i cirnrsily
    < s, or Iprs.; tle.i : rilling for th- a!" )\ n lettersM'\ I

    the (Ji,Mt Sail L.ikfan III :!t-'\ci.il very pooi !pl..a.! .,- cavulv.iti! ?< d. l. NEAilCV !'. :M.T .. fj'ii} .ejc\II.tll"! : rai.ii-.t rail, .oul!1.- s-tt ivt-n.U the stale much I'Jngtrildu' I'. Mays, Samuel County B Richardson.of Jefferson.F .
    tl.tha-sc! Nov. I 1 1.,3;. .
    destitute v\ en of ihe necessity coxi-im:' 11.\ Y \\ Alln & AUSTIN.Ta'Mi MacRne, .loses 'Ellis! James Scott, Wm Lir-

    to !piotrct them from the \vcaihi-r, bo.: ,.5rr.Ot.-JO, I.) 1 tr't7. 11-Ct instcn, Paul Ulmer.
    pct LMICI MM'* or MiasiAND SS II'I'I County of Leon.

    pitable: :tlHllwJ. : AI.AUAMA l\J. H-IL\L':;; ; :SA I.I:. John A Willy, Kenneth Bcmbry, John Isler, R.i
    One of Kontio\ili! >'s rhea hid% lost a trJp'IIl'lU" ) :S r-jHOII'INtS! : the :j'U'-lic; an"l Imlun Kan's! In t:rs1'vilt'ie at.t! 1.1 ".wsaaar.ee of a writ of furi i ] Y \VeIford, J-jhn Taylor.fj .

    the (; ;<,.it ,.,1 h I.:tl'.. and look '''i'- iiioiionid ;
    o.itli thai In \\CllIll1l"hul/t tin* lire lt I ..tr':111 .',-<.. uuravtd II' 'in tho 'IClnm'lIlI.r- tt.e! JI ..J.llr! l >iui I..f I Iid i, f..r Le(,u C'.Ur ty, re- ,I D L Kenan, John iMcMillen, George JFBurton,

    than IIt ) innocent ; i ,.jsan t patin! lie sri t'"I.1I laud tiil'ff: : \Va.sl.inirHI .. rurnu'iii-1; > %oV'-mS! l t< nn. I lf<'*i inn I idi/. Ur.iwn-j I AnJic'.v Johnson, Banks Mearham.
    : or guilty ; tunweie i cat I by 1> liil'ii.m, drauLtst.au, ju tit tclI\"r-: ill:; ic IV aic }1.t't uF"!l aiiVu'iain I II. Mirtnn dci Cnuntv of Jackson.

    nut Mtiin_ on a lo;!, ib- iu/.< n ihol! on .) 'a.c.: : 1 i- utlti: t, I ban i i. \ r I' d at. n+ .n.l v.ill: exposat: j pub! j William i : Robinson, A Younjj, John R Chapman,

    Uflhl'lI1. and lt\t b"dy va- t.HI"> liieodni" iu- 1-*. TA\h ,R, l bu.h'ellcrCa! !lili/, "n C'i\' ,. ltzai: --. .1 ;j. : Ic.t I.'!"u.-, in tin-. li-h! e >t l-iddcr, a t I,* Four iiinrnoas, Samuel C Beltaray.c .

    iu the :tfr'ain. c: I I1 ht: J 'a-1 jl.b Kiicl I |land !of cure j the rep: ri:'lit Jt'-: tl.. ( <,-ut.' .I.lie in Taihh.ts-f, I n :Saturday: 1:. i County of Franklin.

    ''utt1in.t!, to IJM J tina<. ivf Ill'1'., wJJI'will: | b: t.1 cia} a'11 .i'"i th'r Next, hit 2 ,,'d.! .ek, the c.1-1\\: '. | /I'm G Porter TOrni-n// Simmons, P W

    44 .\ )length: CIne l.iy they! (',lIn'* to thlledln <. :<'1111<<1! j llmt: ..,y D'ore c'< inpic'f; hti'i ?c,'ur.io limn I 'n, ;j'li'j} < rtv', \7. Lot N'i. I'I'mI'I >(.c. :t Town. Gaiticr sen., WIN, M Row let.

    t'.J111.' 01'.1 einpmn t ;: into ();,d">n'!. anl.. t.'fI ..uljr' publ,-h-d. Titty nn- | u', ,!i.Lc.l: on I lia, :'p"' I N :mil W. (.!.ti'ninz S') 5ij inoInjt &<:'{.>. j County ol Washington.Win .
    CI"'I ... !inr..tliefis ; 'arh ('u.jllli'III'i r w.irly :\ b" 1111' t I I.: q I';':' tel uf sa.:: ."nt.eltt\-tbr': e. Iowa.h ,- +
    ::I"t.jd : sit -
    'd! ti. Ta-
    tlll'Y \"IC : c" ti? :1 I MJI.'Hit :V: Lnitm' Jiisepn Croaky: 11 a3hingtou
    *''i ;.in-l! will: h. 'i.lutil I -h f Itt> N.mi '.
    : in 1
    < jaliy Ii'wflll } IJ311
    si" ( anti| \ al'iU Iaig;,; ci'Ma'.n'iu: fur
    great iiuinbt-r ofthe :Jloot }1)ig tib tta .. i \Viky JOII P, James Bright.
    !: it P't- to t. o e hilt isi,'il m the hi.dt> of ciil.er va1" lot ars. '

    Jed on the op.oMie {ii.tnk. : Tlie rot l'd i to .1 I ju, Lenul i upon and lo l I.c sold ns ihe I rag;'clty of (J J.-ir.ics Con n tv:"H of JI a"on.
    M'Kenan J Dan1l\1cLeoJ.
    bbOII'11-1:11Ce. tljvii ]jlleij, und! tuincdlimvlin UhUU1 .. !It.t''--,-1 of tli': i.iiiJ < :T'.ci: ", r'! imi- to waieiHIS >,( iU iei ri.n.l. to ,.' ti.Iy! si-d! tt nt accudi-iz t.' Rauisey,
    N Mitchell Neil} :A1cLelan.County ;
    lilv-j w ;, aud I s. t tt. ... iji; J4ic', li.iiiati 1 liLt!" iiit! r" .-ixc- II w. a.\.U::; H. 1J C :.\ L, Mrli! .1. ,
    \\t.' U'-UIt ili-
    ,;; ;j 1.lu-1 M. It", lii u '14-4.H.;. 0\-, alul n i ll! I he foul d JMIiV'- < 'c'-Jl, lc,7.:; I I-I" | ul'E.camhia.J.acksun : .

    jutcousi tvalll9r .11" 11J19telr 'ij-ed th'ltJJ I I'I ly a '.'iiia' :.nd( fur i c 1'ith"., Jf tint. Ty!1.I <. ..n ---"" ------ -----;; i.-tIT J';: :Morton, George' {WIllis, John M Hunt,

    ;, aI'Ieri'. tJJit-eli'Jij ; tin: ]four re''t',. iJ.tilt! !HM n; !I".y i.uui lo'iiy |i.in "if, file fn.tid< Jsuit: I ?. I Thon.as M ll'.unt, I- J Commons.:
    \ :.tud; the lnh d.ivo
    JeMic Iiui .. 1 hi. C'1 . no \ jl.d' :with! I lWi! ; }"' t mgt. (Price tui.J
    jcrrui. noj \\c.lthll > 't Ib..I.II.t! J i. .t.
    : 1\0 .
    ; .1 : !fer, the: I lou-e kimun Bra.)dock. Thomas J/ijr-
    'tt .t.-h4! ; .t, 01 time e'; us of titiirv 1 II l,.. I I Im j I, nvin railey.onto: :
    ] sent
    icha I.y !
    or ju a-L\.Mliiil'r.sc'Ot-\Llt:
    : a tit'atiC
    ; iveaj m cJ.SCI"J1tml. soil now n '. tl
    : ; I if..r1h'et.tlr.! ,<. A li.-ml -tl1''OI.t still !1.. cut| c iabutha-ri! J.i.nes J Cooper.Vm Franks.
    444i ,i. i-l j J.MI.CS .)tt-x\aii.: IL H.IC'KLLV.
    ; tcl"h.t.U alt| r."v .1 lt,4 fl. } of Dade.
    : 1 *" '11,1'; \ County
    -ai' > t.rttJ
    ., nll111) buy tv'i H i ;! "ojLbLT.7' .,. I I-.7, .
    tlot.r fSVJ;; =C>S luJ no Uo.jw! 1:11ills./il/ .bui i i J.1. li-.f. County ot ililUborough.i .
    ;r'l"'C:1 hun! f.f :\ Whrf 'I H !.. i'ris.nl'I'UI\t':. :
    ewcj.aitcrs, < -
    u12 ;hiheCi t'g.d h"1' 1i'ain U1Uln of any: :" 1"N,!.
    CiI1: 1 \\1'1 :.jj-. (||.. fl'xitc' flttt(11aCmea't: inrlsidji'g tli "J)!(:IHtlrtd is in a in'!if made." I 0.. .... -r3r" ..:' .

    410"II.r. 1 "e .t; t'. f I I"' ,.,' 1>x > ins"rtiwist h'mll (1:''' H'C by r'. VHC : ui.! :': :I' i' h.,. pp "d ao! ,n on I'cn-.ari]i t I Cuuuts of Munroe.i : .

    7.ctarrtfrom Jft/flrl'/--'* Inc fi.1 ttttlt. uj .il) H e.ii'5'iof aHj IIIMJJ, if ihcy will! >to"> d ., vrett, i ..I.\\I"I! !) 'j"; .a ilLI th/ > City Livery :1: i! F A Drown, C M hell )., J A Thouron, George
    of! thvir I I. ,, ,. "I'th" }H.t". i .n+taalin; II I.. ;:,,h'1 ., I blus-aii i. I1iuK 1 hc iJiirk!1 '
    {'uf re : JItUC'J ail 'a'tlA_ .h' v.:vittftlm :. 1 o < TJ HI- ru- II ic : cul"a! :: t>:'i m; iH, U'av., Al'xa Patterson.

    lit ml Djguctii: Jaic sic.viti b." \-1 '11.1 :: 2"7... 11 { JhS: I.: a'! its b-wii'-h'-s. lie is 1.,>u ii tilt fora:}' Tins. aiU-erti-.cn-.eiit will! be sufficient authority for
    I'I ----- -- --- -- !! o df"l.! ill \his bu'llai..'.i' v.l i!JI! !be t'xc'-atcl \\.tli thj al'pla! scrs anJ others to ,"t.I' .

    i eetiai cii ll: iiur.lt't.eZl, tittatttlai' h'"U .Id I, B< )Ur\-BJIHn: Y. }.f,ha'L''eai! : : .I.I.J d. ", '.::. :'. :oil' l t icis'jn! :,tI;.. jiricj'v ". i\ J'JUS IMRKHILL, Cashier.

    t1.:jii till(! ;;rt.tllfot: unttac'; "i'm Ilit' 4hllla.m1m \ .'r; Tin r.i icn!> han" oji'-'ied: a bltt !IPrL in T' l1 l- : attciiti >n lo "i. /II'jS. .,.,d a Ju.-ic, t.> aI".r tn e I O-iib t r I5.1S37..Ill .

    aloe ]lJuor I,1d/1us fiN; \i,1J ltiat ... his (', and art ;cj.ir.'i! '.! iu < \ec Ute all!| l'ranchct.f .. labsr! Lc ho; ti iu i.ttiic: :a sh., I"C Itt'I'! ;tr II- I the in Florida the above

    :jil killing iheui \\ l ::1'j.tt; .-1' ,h h''ir I.ui'll',s ju as gn.id. s>:.' !Jc ascanc b.:: dune ae. .1.1"IES: \\' ,\ LL.\CI:. for me.( t
    : .tIU_
    1 :'<. -. It reI'ajvr i > I:. lloi''-' L... :nr, 31.il okanj F!; dear ota::faIuu.ilo i<'3.iij. ;:\ lull <;)''1'*1. Loth-- rule! '01,bills., !V' \ir vr .'. w. .i"iic i IM -Ju 1 i" ; un nei.Tail. .

    .1115 them :ar m:) 1 ibe net !1. ,Itt! tli-tr ta'u-, rir I II 1:1 rU t'it't: iijnitl to tc-lrindila i ; ltd! hook... 1.O!: 0".7. |"K:17.: !9 I A BARGAIN.rtT .
    \ lIE subscriber wishes to sell! his if
    I -- ------ -------- -- --- : plantation
    :.td di.s;2ijjg; them tu t7 l:'jib.:' j :Xw p-ij} ru, : ;;iziiics, 1\ 1-. I COTTO\; '. ,i _fL is made a bargain ;
    daily application maybe
    .' i 11e f...l .. '>>; -.

    : |IH < i<'t 1", lo':7.fi:: > X'1 1 1 P.-rr> 's n. ". cut '>n gi".s, cue 33;; saws, the ether nsw, 50 saws; a
    tori uur tradeiis in their; j Jiirntys acrtar s t1la --- -" ercHdcslr fod-
    XOTI- ::I--- ; 1.I tV7 :ns in the 1'nst s first isto i.ew rn ton d.com,
    ;great WcMirui.l! ., Iud o.'pu-Umg i iiio; o :trvos'.s j 1 1t 1 : !E.: ---1 I g J i >!b'c :et '1"."."..i.\i !I. (-'c.,., (.'ct. Is, lc.17s -. !j der, critic and ho;:s con be had at a fair rate. I

    into laC ta'iv' ijt-ail iii >> ii.ir uil- I .c..' LL ;JlT OIItII 1 '\\61",11"| l II.... r* i .: .. ( alt. I 'w t.j L<'. n r. 'It! v, d'C av''il I I who wishes to will .
    i *ui are fa: \it.i t tliG"atct..i 1'oz.t I one purchase prefer to see.I 1\
    cnH'ls we haie l.ij i on'n, o as to UI.MJl I, xi. i c iti to Oi2.ct.ab;; ttad! '1
    rl':a.t'd to. inaki i..mjla'! g .:et'm'II; and th sci tt. :s. I 'iiMic lu.ikhy! siluati'jit cannot be fuund.
    lain SOite4i'';gtta> (,f r.a) over the cou .iry. 'mtiu:: c.t'fI}" n.I."t -&hl s'":'.: aria 1 11"1)t '1(1oU"l 1 j ::tkll1>; .1). 1.tr'; J'.tncun. Thr.ml.- G 1|;1 wIII.TOCltA WFORD.i .

    and 1 to jiul an end lo :jise : ui j of lllach Mail'i!! 't:, p" iMiu ib tn iIIl J.TOJ.T} / furtu, w" .:1:1:1! tJi"- inmre/ : ./.'ai..s, Tui'inas. 1. .r.icr, TLntms f i Cairo, Ga. Sept. 2C, 1337- 93fubMribcr

    leiiedo.i all OCC.a.:1o:8! tiy the chivaliyofihc '- i i! -rr?>c i by' law, u* iLe un.-r.II.;; i+, ..r 11t..V .nil!) I IJetn' .1111/U;'t'n, .hatlracli J.e\\ .'., LtC' 'Jury -
    ? sav.igc j .. ''l'.d. IUW p, tpl \ : T, irece !FI.11...s :U )UU'ld1:1 I PCT i III,: has just received per brig Lu-

    :::: : I, A Jm'l' of iJu.antC. fWt.uj'Jt 1i.-e..t ?1.1, ""-;.?. :\I'\' ..1 I,HI, II'U..n !!' Ji nnda, tram New York a largo assortment
    __ ... . 12ii! 187. .UifKtiics and Provision in of
    T .-.. : l.itn:; l.a: <-S,sl <> > '1 n" !: :M'Letui: Ca.huiinc} con isting part
    --- > r, imas I.
    ------ -- __ n_ __ ___ _.__ _____ .. ____ __ i Ccnr.m">n irhis-kcy; ,
    TEN: DOI.LAUS !iu\\Aii! !.jl.i."I', Ji.u.e! J Mnvojllrnv: !
    ;\ ( ) :. fi..\,;, .\: ,>' h :M'.l kith, AcdicwUl't. O'.JR: yc do;
    1T{+LEN from abe! !sot'), riber.! on 'abe nj ial : i t Comniun Rum
    u : ;
    I 5" HO iK-rc'iy f:"i warn n'' to' rs >n" yaiuot tialitiTj .., Ii li:'mm F NI.lw.It, )..uid'i :!
    1:1 the n/J; .( ciobir la a dark i-ay t li.i-- nv !j! M. toi I\\.m di iiol *s of, h.HI..1|, u j ::: '.,, :irit- 1 by I'I ;' II, Eha".1; 1- h. f hat "I i I ) l: "I't'ri..r( Ch.tnpare and Cognac fraud.Iadeir' }';
    tcsi tour tnch 's J lt.1' one Inn Ii>"t .'iit t I : :\ ,, Claret: ar.d Wine &c.
    ; n'i\ a: Malaga ,
    | '
    11.tln' /: ..1101,11| rVndt -
    in" t- mii-ti.astjiev t ('f' flit pal\ at d ti <' 'M, r, Wiliiau.:; C J -
    Maall: white a ipix-k jn the i ce. // :*("';" r WIJ1 dc1 .t'l r Cc.::'t', oil and Jor.eydcv'I'obacco;
    i'ic I au de'crnnii i1 &I"r hI 1 juv t!:cm, uq:' c j dop, > :, rib! C rVi-r, > ':u run
    1 1I1'IT tljo; Nail h'J.". : (If lil.l'.ai IUC \\.e i4L J.", 1: Soap, Sugar, Coffee Raisins;
    <-o'iiiH'li il'n' a dit.-i-o.i.s o} la". Tit- t.t.s neat: i i Cm.hulJ .Iud 1 ItacKio: : OiJin;
    stall the .Lug u..t.i. Pickl.-s Cider. Porter Candles
    icccive n ;
    avaVu: 1.1 J.tutary, l-' t-*. Ii Cd'jHlJi, JlIhn lawls, 1/rs -1:1t1.a I
    W:01. Jnllo;. I qltrf.'inqar.. !'nw Shot &c..7sr .
    HJll11". rovr:;:ivn. I'iaot.ati, ?.'.O P. ::airier, J ). o\'ember 1. J 83.. I3-tf: : > a handsome assortment of Goods
    (\.'t'.?J' r 1:1.: Is :?. !<)-!: J (, aa.y' J.--*.:. \V ate.iesls] Isui.i I Dry
    _. Co! :!.in Crockery, Saddlery Hats .
    -- --- ---- ; Caps 4'cwl.icli
    --- -- ------ H .dd t. II, I UOb.rL :::1ndd"ft !, Ja.t:'nI'd.

    .\. ". UnTTa: ::, \ (rl'l f I :. I I b. ." ..,Ich,: :-tlJl'lm laficrti will: be sold: low on a"commod3tin2r CENTER terms.

    I' llOrESiitiii OF MUSIC, I JIiUlrJi.slrirl fif J'loriJfi, Lrnn cmm1TX /!!. (\ < .,.'. i', .. "r. ::un-''i i!, ib'lloIr.1 l O WILLIAM No. 4 ,
    Berry's row.
    7tjLl.l rc"r.\tfu'J JD". .cm the c.t.lili (.: i J cn'!!oww" ('c.. f the 1I<<').t. > '1 1 r ,.i ('''ft'l i2 i :t| H'., i 'iii c"MI, l.h/.ii-c-hi 'I'a. }'Iar, JJI::s Fanny I Ptr Tus.auilla, ri.tiiy expected, 25 bbls. superior

    f 'f TulJalias,., t.ni, !In- a I. givu;: /J'--a.a..a tL'- .U. l." .i, Ii"< now uc.II'J 1 liw, i'." ifcr ii ..: ,: t.:, th' 1 J 1.1: rs: A 1 E .11111. Jasijes G Fiour, Kicc, l Icon &c.

    riAXo roirri :, !I I''term, of the I"J.t Ci urt in Fra-iKJ c.i.niTy, ( ..'ht(. j I! //an -i.rk, \';,J.adt: \''1C'k rs:, Janit. M ji, Urt., 15, I I7.: 10
    ll. Jobu \\ ..aLiel.iltntes: K 1 __
    c'-u :-
    hid:1.;! tuiiCtU'-li Pianos uf l-ii-lcourt, i'+r i t any t m :!cnt ieas.ii-. f-i.i < t b>- nrf-j ,: .
    ;;] as .o c ill 1"1| 1
    ;jour ...01 l u'ifltifi.! :!i<-ut |I.U J 1 I" it.<-onv...nK'i'cf! :) It !1",1 i iihevfiiie j 11..10.110.1..1: ll'a'rl.> :: 'urt V\ I PLANTATION FOR SALE.
    FiN" i i', iitue of ll.e c"ur.I.i in 1 : II .1"1I. ; .rJ.-il) \'''llIti :d 1, S'ara'i! Ts 'IIE subscnl.tr: ofiers for file his plantation!
    He has: ,,!-* f't-r ails! a chwVc, M"C'I| ;Mu I la' w,fir.i< u -!C. HJS 1 l t'L'VU1IO.>l prt '!at al the l'L..7 j I Iup'J'ltJr
    110 1'4:1. 1'1':1:0-1 :: COIII't.I'l'l p >f-t :'oa-'ii ai I fix- J '"'.r tl,e tarcud : j j I liar; t I, I I' lilt')' ui 1'oV.\' I 111, 111011Vvikc 1'0lltamjilJ.2 acres of land, 3"-U acres of which arc

    1 :Monday of Dneiub. r in xt, ..rH t'>..t |tu.<.rt em'u ,, !! \ \\ .tS"I'! r. iiiEcnli : cb! ared; :.!tJO; acres have been cleared thin the lasttwuyi.'ipi
    Li'itc \\110 Mi} take tlcir! ids .'. ..! !
    v ran : !a .
    > > j l ;"i., ,;J.. ... '1; J I
    "",ned or t'" !"., it-'i,:d, be ii-a !c ict j liable la ( ,; itai'pins! the prudurtive plantations ofi
    IV.i.a'e 1 : eti.iuarj'. JUrV.IIf'r ] the saiJ !lost tit tiiie 1 1ay.. ., >(I.I ,, p t..r. i.; j ff II.CilO\C :t''I !, i iI'.TVsT1 ilj 1 ; JTVbSis. Lonmcr, hler. Bradford,Taylor and Ciaig.
    7 ] D St;. :J: 1.
    -.. -- --.--- .. ---' --- -- .-- Tilt I tH IL1N: : i\ LI., !(':!'.&: s..) all H r..5etl.! 1lu I A ucuGin: liaise' has just been erected; a'so, two

    0.\ TS, U.1'I'S, 0.2':=. 7a" abjvr onli! r tw 1 tJ' !I' hlt.'I'! tJ *.c. !>!y in thII J.Ui'S' : W.lrtI.l". it.- I miles: I f.Jur horto wagon: 1 ox cart, 1 pair oxen,

    B''U'J' Uii'iXui! : (OAT, ia !iy t'Xj;,cctfd by tic .ri.1 1' in, until l! e ni.'' tif,! oi' (*..u.t. : F I.C ) itlln i7"no: A 1):0otCt i'J:: brad cattle coin and fodder.

    'ai liii lalti-ii"n', iron IJj Jiiii t'I'. at'd! I''I'; (( ,,, \'. T-si. ': \t'CE! : j.. ".)' :;; ,, tit u a Ul"t' Ill:! to,: tl.! .: I 1I-H J. R. DORSEY.

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    .IJ.e' U i 21, 1517. ISliUTUI .ini.iny| a 'U\ I I.r In-M; ..n ti'C first )J"way: of i'.,.-
    'I1nt..1I who commit
    NOTICE.IIHTY ..ru.,+ t, j"..) "u li.il'-jn-t:: / :3 oVIoch; I*. .M. HIIt.' I Ii I irl.a.eicr person on tract ot trejpnsses land cf anyJrscitjition

    \ E.: r$" (':t\." :ii(' ci' '':I''', an, ].lit.I'iuucil1 1! I l-f '..111:';.. rci.''IHi l of, ;.i! Ih'!! ; <-4tv >Jj l 1'rt'Sion, I'i rho'i"ci.itfiis I tn! ; cy: e-f Talla'aaiscc, ,my(commonly known adjoining as the

    ( 1X wff.bs afer: dare; sha.l aj-f-lj to 11.(011.1 1 _iL 1 01 n',. T u I.:(. 1J .n. Jo li \ C.lI.I./1 II l;,,' {. f in: tiisij.ii.y: uC, ajriccat.ly t ihi art.uf j Il!Doyl ir tract,) .t 1,1 l.e pr.irccutcd !o the full extent of

    10_ ) Ju/ <.lc ol i !ill: Cuiiiiiy Ok>t4ii <'l 1.(1.1 totsiit}", .il the :Sul:; rjre..llrt cf J:1r.k"n <-;"nn' v, for oath I"-, .in'irj' r"I,..", and III tr..:.' a t 'di-)' oili'.t! l.a-.eij: I the lacy, built by civil aid criminal proceeding. The

    ,">r leiicii: l : o{ a<.l iiiii.Niraiivii, oh ilio '.'-aa-.1 i..du- I'llto ,..i'll the n.J: | rat:+ie in I.JIIj, < nunty. bit !: 'ii::!i' til..t i.iav.. :J-'V. cut..t. Lc1Lr! it. t rcprnud iresft scs rummiUed on ",y enclosed field

    toUllil", l. lc (.f Si_.l-J U4It \', .it. ..s.'d. ., ii," minor htirs: (OJ .\'I'1, mi I li. !'..." )t a'< cM. V.lInsl1.: .\ W. ar) ,' \1.ood-land, require such measures,
    WILLi.'.;:.1! J. DAlLilT.T.ila MARY HOLLA.ND.Gtar-ii.-.n.; 1'rc- $e.t EFR 11 Co. and they will:: l.cu' ;dv! cr.fjrcfl.

    !! t.cc, O-t.: T, I is ,;. 'J I Ott.a::, 1 > "". 1---1;; }'v t ", '('I.I U, If37.: :,-lCt Ort.'JI.lS'C.' I It JOHN J. ADAHS.Extract .


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    Rowand's Teat: Wuie and Ami- A CARD. .\ fresh supply of this VALUABLE AtEDiCLN t Judkiu -Patent" I-b... .,
    Costive Pins. W73WKHU1SYCOMMIS1ONMERCHANT'1I'G WA 7I1 just:Kcerted. I Specle, oia*- ,
    consequence of the numerous attempts to I Tb above Ointment is .,.... to '
    IN: SOLELY from bGe
    vegetable matter a cafe and 'cerai ramod
    spurious imitations of Rowand's valuable PREPARED fat eba.aobsrtS'.et.. :
    Medicines on the public-he has determined to Ne. 60 WATER ST. New YORK. HOUCK, Baltimore, which may eases, some (if which bass so Le j bell3sa ..
    +e: taken with perfect safety by all age 4. in all di*. madras CMneo. .,
    confide the sales exclusively to agents in different, Offers his services the of
    to merchants Alabama asen; its cures are for the following:: diseases :__ lit White 8welling
    parts of the country, from whom alone the genuine Geol gia and Florida in the purchase of Goods Dyspepsia, Lose of Inflam- very d..e p.
    Appetite Indigestion 2d Sore
    article can be had, and to guard the effectually Wares and LeI mad Ulcers of loaf .
    more and Merchandise. In the purchasing nation of the Stomach, Heart Burn, Diar-heea, Dysaery 3d Sehlrruor' Glandita .aa4wr.
    against the impositions of unauthorised venders selecting of whole stocks of goods, or in assorting or Flux Pile, FistulaObstructed Mensura UIOM hardened T.mo.;Pen
    ; he has instructed his agents in Boston, New them. Having had in the and la too*n in viofteniimei b. .
    long experience purchasing tion, Ague Fever, Billious or Remittent Fever, terminate ia eincersa: '
    York, Philadelphia, and Baltimore, to make no of goods for Alabama, Georgia and Florida Typhus Fever, Scarlet Fever, Small Pox, ErYli-i 4th Feluoi. er what ilcemed
    tales t. merchmt*and others of any of the Medicinesto he flatters himself that orders entrustedto some people| know
    any or Anthony's Fire. Asthma, Pleurisy, Measles ..me Catarrhs or by te
    be carried Souik for tale again. Large quantitiesof him will be w satisfaction on the part of those Yellow Fever, Costiveness Wind on the :tie 5th Rheamalie Pains.ury of dllCrlpLioa'
    a pernicious article in imitation of the who favor him tbejollata.
    genuine may with their business. mach or bowels Cholera Morims
    Consumption, 6th tipr.ius ad Ural..,
    $ or
    Mixture have been
    manufactured by Lucins S Comstock Refer to Messrs. Oukford & Whitcomb, and I Influenza Colds Inflammation every descriptJoa .
    Coughs, of the in wi.atever Iitaate. K'
    & Co. of New York, and sent to the South Baldwin & New part
    for Hawkins York. Wm. Maner
    chest Palsy Gout Rheumatism .
    Infiamatory sore 7th Tetters of all kind
    ,al,. The this
    name Rowland instead of Rowand, is Tallahassee, Flo,-Wm. G: Porter, Apalachic-, throat, Croup, Inflammation of the heart, Dropsy. in .Ia oem'-.c. ...
    pa"nt applying the
    on tlie bottles of the imitation. The genuine article Flo.-Craig & paffin, St. Josephs, Flo.-Wm. A. Rickets, Diseases of the Liver, Jaundice, Difficulty I wl of water. Ointmeat. nut ke9tB*'.
    may be had of the following ;ito McKeu ie Irwinton Ala.-Peston par
    persons, w are & Nelms C oof making Urine Gleet
    Hysterics and Btb Chilblains
    the in Ms or part 8"ected by (
    Agents part of Florida and Georgia. lumous, Geo.October3,183G.. Scrofulous affections of the members and ligaments. TO rost.
    E. Bainard jr. &co. General Tallahassee 1 He. .PUBLIC.
    Agent, 12-ly'r Mercurial and '
    diseases, Ulcers, b.res At 1 he following
    William Kerr &. Co. Thomasvillc addressed
    James fections of the skin, &. all diseases rising from Im- proprietor of J udltin'. Ointment &
    C. Eccles HiU
    Cotton Gins. pure Blood, &.c. Price bottle $2. J.hn '
    Swaim, Lloyd, & Go. St. Marks. This per 'laliaferr, mem.berof Congress i is highly ia.
    Thomas Alexander, Hickslown, SIX Iron framed! cotton gins, from Hraintrce ma and Fall medicine has a powerful effect as a Spring ter tmg. The gratuitous manner in which
    Purifier in u k
    Darius Williams & Co., Monticcllo, exacted daily HI St. Marks m the these whose constitutions require i made, exhibits leelmgc of n. ordinary cJuuictBi

    J. D. Carpenter, Mickasooky.The Uri; Lavina, for sale at the manufacturer's price. would nourishment be much benefitted and new vigor ; such persons towards suffering humanity ; and u certainly well
    label of E. Barnard jr. ft Co. will boon all T. R. H TTON. bottles which by using two or three deserving of public aLtentlon-
    Nov 12 1S3C. may be taken without regard to drink
    the bottles sold by the above agents. Mtf diet. ASiimoToif, Jan. 23, 1839.
    or Many persons are diseased for the want Sir-It has been wish
    Tallahassee July 7th 1837. my tor a
    48tf of blood considerable{ linM.
    TUTUS being
    punned. Thousands
    ----- ASTHMATIC & cO\m; : IPTIVK persons re to communicate to you the good effect with
    Marshall's Worm Syrup THE most prevalent and fatal of all Di.seaso!i destroying theircunstitutiuusbynegl.ct: to ur- have u.. el the oinunvnl invented by Mr. wlairJa'
    IS recommended to all parents nurses, ard: others !.; to civilized lei..tY-II'e Consumption n ly a pruper remedy/ ; to such the Panacea will be And which I now uuUcrstuud is niad and Judkiu
    who have the management of children as -may generally je traced ti, the least Alarming o more coon doubly valuable us a certain and effect- agents aptH.inted by ,ourlo4lf. 1 have told kv
    the most effectual WORM DESTROIIXG medicine yet disorders, a alight but neglectod cold. By emanation ual means ot rcsl-irmg:: them to perfect health and oiriiineni duniifX that last three. years to npplwd..
    discovered. i it appear that one hundred an.1 i fifty thousand per \ 'for ; few families are exempt: from Scorbutic Cite of tumor and ouiiJ, a" ittu>wt failure every IM.'

    This syrup besides being a safe and active ver ons!! die annually of the consumptio.i. 310st of these V flections Inch exhibit various symptoms as Eruptions duce a clue III eva ry iiiitiaiiee. 1 consider to n pIOoo

    mifuge is agreeable and pleasant to the ta.-.te. and dreadful results, may be attributed common cold Ulcerations, Debility Loss of Appetite< and most deciiUd ..IIt.i rtfieuni remtdy in Ilcas tJaia
    no child will refuse to take it. and a negligent treatment of the harra.ssin cough Digestion, all arising I com impure blood, and it tumor, be the < saws: Ir.aiii may, and i have oC

    It is also happily calculated for preventing and that generally ensues-which is usually followeJ by not properly diUndcU to, are sure to produce the nothlll so ;;<.wa |tr \.".. .uaufaoy dtscnptroe: fOQld.
    removing many other disorders to which childrenare difficult breathing, pain in the *il,\ and at last UI teaiest injury in the constitution. Panacea i.re- may be proper t,, ajjf that Uie cure of the It
    subject such as bowel or summer complaints cerdted Lungs. Violent and repeated Asthmatic attacks e .mounded III all seasons ot the year, and in parti- called tlie a\ llaest.tluu, ;=,gtan over by the tamor

    dSarrhzca or looseness vomiting and purging it is also bring on Consumptive tumploms. Oneor culai as u Dievciilative-Irom all discuses in warm cli- distinguishod piiysn-miti as mcuraole, and whiek mon
    invaluable for allaying those pains which children two dollar expended in tin purchase of IIIUe"oIl1t.lhIlSC! }persons:: when diseases are prevalent tlit-y nave ucciued ouiu, without

    suffer in cutting their teeth and if previously DU. IlELFE'i ASTHMATIC PILLS by taking the P.iiiai-ea three i's fj.lr times a prove fatal to tl>.' }.savor, \us under my arnpuutio iminii S I Iat ,

    used will reuder this operation of nature perfectly and"a little a attention their aiiiiiiinMra, eckor three or four tat'le spoonful's when guiii .. notice, tlTcell-tJ,1 6j' the us. ot Jwlkins Ohtneai
    .mild and free from dan er. It equally efficacious timely iobcdund thc pet lien may tear apprehension of and the patient la in Due health ; his limb
    in rickets and in the intantile remittent lever. It lion, will usually insure a miti"aiillu nf tlie>(,' IM-IIIK aiiarkcd with the Cholera, Yellow Fever, or 0 the tumor being resiurej to>* affected
    is recommended with the assurance that it is disorders:, and usually tU'rct a cure. The Pills anyuthea diseaseas: : this medicine la: a valuable restorative soundness A is.., thai the leg of an aged start ef

    adequate to the purposes intended and that fully. are also an easy and fltclii.il remedy !lilr the : of' tin system, thereby invigorating the hud kern wounded, and! exhibited one man that

    good may be derived from its simplicity and in symptoms |pr'>rciliiij and ncci>iiipuyin tl..t .r r..nsllutil n.und enabling it to bear the debilitatingof ulcerated sum fuC i'i".ni the lanes to the dreadfully foot /

    nocence it cannot do any harm. Asthma and Consumption fair: colds, coligls, .. of all climates ; it is com-eyed by the circulating I which, fur nii.it ttiau two years, had been eornid., cart
    Directions accompanying each bottle. of fluids, and corrects their u'ndcncy tit all lhof.e iiicuriil
    difficulty breathing, tightness and! stricimeacruss erect was eltictuall) cured by the appli--
    Marshall's compound Syrup of the chest "Iictv.nir) pain ill the mlcspiUiHjjof -, UI..t'USll'liIt.h originate in vuiat'-d !.loud. diseased cation ct uUkiiTi I OmLmenu I mention these tip
    Liverwort.For bliHuI l.ver, depraved apfietiieor' 1'lelllsp"sillhn t" affections ulnch IV U
    iV1'Kciv cacs ran occur IIi! c.\ cs, wiuer niy uimieu'iaie notice aDd;
    coughs! colds asthma spitting of blood, any of this ra-s of tliJ.lrdt"r-! which the purchase It ol the lun::'s., m inu:;emeni, us a decided! evidence! of the efficacy

    liver complaints, whooping cough, and all diseases of Dr Rt'Ife's! fill! will unit find J a rich ,, cordialathtr resembles, in ['mini. of waste and flavour a rich 01 this remedy in cases ot tumtns and of ulcers.! J
    of the breas:and lungs. than a mi iliciiic. tieiy I person afterLai.trta nave exj.tn.m-id as dl't'IUCUiy the good cheer -
    return for tneir liillmi. fldltU;'. g{,
    The restorative powers of this medicine in dis- t'Xp mercury, III any way should have recourse this remedy in the cure rat tel",i.tanu of
    Price-whole boxes 30 pills!! f I half !boxi" to ..ne tWit t boilles ol' tins every
    eases of the Lungs have been attested by the mos : ; or medicine. In the decline spicies ot lush! wound! it seems tome thai
    12 pills, 50 ecu Us.Fnrwlc i f lite or \\ hen the : has been say
    respectable physicians both of Europe and this system: : impair dIn one "h"vIUtJU'CI \e or the oj' :ration of this hot
    country. It possesses sedative, expectorant and hy S7'E\VAliT & nAlt .\ltD. I > "xc. !o", it iiomislies, slre-n thcrs and supports mint, must te sat:>h>.d :u ia its beneficial cftVct.
    tonic properties and hence abate fevers, mitigate Dec. 17, 1436.o it :-;t is not piesuining tool I ,r tw d'lo, that it aclu- I ran witli the umo:>. confidence ricoro:ncod the
    coughs and almost '---- suit: IfI..i"n s lime.'l .
    instantly removes slight and ----- | mist ol this valuabli\ rctntdy.!
    recent colds, whilst it gives immediate relief t R1.11EDY FOn un : u MATISM.11HC his I'anTea has been mtn duped ti> the public 1 am sir, \t'ry respectfully,

    those which from neglect have assumed a more excruciating pain-I lie decrepitude ar.,1 for .1 short time, and has r.- .ive-it more ti.stir..ou.alm s JOILN '':-ALI\FE RO.

    dangerous character, and seldom fails to cure the }', and tins premature old ages hitll us I iVoiir.tor its t-rticiiry, ir soslmri .t inne, than Ti. Mr. C.iailes HtrstoiiS proprietor of Judkm's.(
    most obstinate cases. are the usual attendants:! of the disorder, are !'ulftredly rfi.y .'tli -r nil ..Mcineer uisrovtilanit| )h n.in-e iu Oiuiment, nrar .uericktow u. MJ.rylan.l.r.rPILI .
    It will be found from of nomi.uid at,ioad, will irilucc htiiidre 3:, Uimi-
    superior to any other medicine, many despair a cure, or di.apl"illllllcntin aye ; :: :> :
    for the cure of shortnes of breath, hoar enes, the cffi'' cy of the numerous pretended antidotesto s.\nd<. to .' [ply ''t>r ll, l" rcaj -httrue \lrLlI' D- '"ic i-jvtr._ U.->i.aUiri, I had heard much ofn

    wheezings, and promptly remedial in soreness of effect tl is purpose. Hut those who have made a ttiCICOtlNotwithsundingatitinjii .> .,"-. .Clr in M-I... u > ou apj, lIru'I..re the public is
    the breast and lungs. In whooping h its corrective fair trial of nay b. mate t" III:- Prrtf[ rii'!. r, Ha: rat Hct.ons' Juukms' P. Specific

    efforts will be speedily dl cl.I'ercd.Marshall's Dr. Jcbb's Celebrated Liniment, ;air the coiifidnre uf tne public ii> tlte frlhcaey aim .'III m. n., nud- ny C. Htm.st: .us, n.ar Frederick,
    cura'ile' : pus er ff this meilirine, it v. ill go on l<. l\1arlaIJlIdll.lor
    Tonic Mixture. even meases' of longstanding, and of the most sever nsuat.eied.lficaclrin cures on

    For Ague and Fever. character. -- ..- ,.. have--.....received". .. .c certain*.]", ,...relief..." In and...'' ,rouqucrdiseuscreucyelheat3lrctrdandearn.,-lt .10.. ,....1 l ro ...)...> of Il.n. -..".1. ,- : ....J -<'for...I U il.r in I>t-r) $"tt.ciucoic'ii4tiih whom in .silt/Wrt lam \. ,',\"u..rqu has.uutad.perlormra Since a

    ri -parca lty c. Marshal'J: "" sale by hours as a nun her of persons in Button and vicinity i .oohs. A In'I\ly It ha.annd f-r it.clta name case r,1I n frun-1 of aoeufiila.ttd<< with the Piles.-
    :ST hv + llT k BARNARD who \\ hutch il ts'a rtlly -IlI.lckstalUmt r arh ; that such: i is Having teit been
    were formerly olllictcd \\ ilh Rheumatism.have my a sullcre-r fog some )'t rs with
    next donr to the Post tinfact, the numb ( let.eis in possession n.usl this
    Ofli.-c. \ery fully test fied Certificate are in the possession ifistnssii.g disease, I DOW unhesitatingly
    Jan. 28 1837 25 tins lully s tlisfy the most I"'rtdul.us ; and x-.eit It ap.
    of the Proprif lor, proving the most thorough I ... be plied your oiiuinent 1:1 toy uu n case, anrf am frtified >
    there could obtaineu
    --- -- and surnrisinir cures l. means of thus nimriTuI 1.1.BIt:1'l" c. +ry nanirious ustinorii.l ll:-'i I can say it ....actsa perfect curt<<=.
    l Tht Jj g l1J t l3U IIIa in caves \\heic other I1ppr \cdapl'li > nniK r tlc :.allc"I.1 i il, t o.ilhs ol tliosexvho: J. A.HENTS,
    ,arts r Mili'-rio!: the mos ac'te uno L..
    g juotroctedilneis
    Offers for Mile, on accommodating tiolslHld utterly failed.DLLMFKIKS Counting room, Lombard( st.
    : hav ln.cn t.1'IIIII ly! trU+1eJ l to hr ,ItII tint
    : A few
    terms, his HOUSE and LOI,!oo lua.cd on --- -- j WCl ks agoa case: of H Oman's sore breast
    :Monroe Street REMEDY: tiros not a nti r ni[.. the COIOJH/ e eo>ioi. ot .in.\v under ,
    in the city of TalJnhas-: FOR THE PILE in.my came my n -tre, the breast greatly,: inflamed
    it i< ''altr! for I h .1.. ., 'hi 'I!< iri rile
    n li f
    The |lr. t :aa the !
    see. Lot measures 110 feet front The proprietor begs leave to HI'uliurae.d (which mj.jifc siMrnly to i be seen-her appcarane
    by 100 feet rear. The house is he does with the fullest confidence wondei.s in tlif 1 h .alJlI;'; art, .'.- Xj.i: KIH-V. i.aa clearly the' teat she
    a convenient spacious ) one of them< sj I"'e ;, ciiaery W8* in ; she
    and comfortable re idellc", inkpf'ndem'of valuable remedies known for thu troublesome Eli I'\d ti! "'I1 C'"lIp''[ Iciu. k" |it-i tin m, nu. MIii "n. sin I!! told me the hail Lte-u sufi rime; three months with

    that portion, which is now occtij,i'-d as a fancy painful complaint. Without gom into detail he fiefs Hi.il ihcy caniiiii !, : CIII'll. I u, and was cairiid t.. i her bed ; she then had >flax!
    Store. deems it enough to say, lit: h.n; in 'Isis posse-isinu Thealiovc mfdicim c.wlm oljl.u.n-d ..I' l: ll.i.1 I nerd p".ullirili> it; oilier lhi. s Lad !bean tried* I.IlI'l.cJ
    He also offers the 'I'.1 L.: L1.\ 1)i.M'.I.Koui.Mo..k{ e .-... .ul.a- ..kiiia ;
    fur sale his unimproved lot, on most undoubted! testimonial* that it has moor fur Jn oi.tuieit, ki-uwing it had been
    the 200 loot street, measuring IGU feet front by 180 completely answered: the purpoi-efor \\ h1"I1; it is intended h.isste, l Ft .nd.l. with pH per tiircitiun u-.ni:; it. Mir<-csstil in like cases fche got and applied it ae-

    back. than any otiier: popular mediciini Perry 'I'oKnik'p, .Mijt (,oIt1l1Jl'a May 'J, W: \ coidinx to the U :ructions ucccmpanying it; in 24
    The subscriber will also dispose of hi> entire This remedy M perfectly innocent in its, npplicu- MK. JACOB UO\.l.K--ir, I eel nJl'Il.'on'ain.. I 'Loa ail j.-tiii M.i:, g..rlt. it broke, rand ummenthuSi
    stock in Trade, comprising a most :general assortment tint to all conditions ages-ind sexes. l'ulldir- t',l to inform you "t the ettect-s thus your Panacea i il iial;;inx l.;..<'>i-ly, nnd su continued sums

    of Fancy and Staple Goods, Groci rics, tion description of the complaint, .\ c. :lre.npa"Jcach h d on me. "I.. the } Par irt'U, due! II;; the inuntt.s i.i\ -. ; tl.e rtli ( i.".1 1 xtieme pain lo perfect case
    Hardware, Grocery jt-c. &e. His Stock: is large packet which con+i iH of two l hIIX">'. Omtmeniand of .-anu.iry. February..ch ai.d \prii, It a, em l:x:Uu! tie \\ m.i n'" ..istonilimi nt : a lew days re-

    and well assorted, with such goods ns arc well Illectuiry. 1'.icc.O?:1 for ih; \\I' :,!... o i !><) |1.101'-,1... ilirn litn:; u'uh :, i..iu,tu ,.; mat liii.c, ai.d 'u hi. I. s T ,. iiMt" suite:, iiuu in e);;hl days
    adapted to the market. cents if but one of the article n wanted. c-i ;h cold, 'nil i he dint eemed settJc: on iny Lilt curea_-, o .." .t'. (;_ HEUSTO. S

    For particulars apply to R. J. Hacklry or Hugh I or Sale by :; 1''';\\'AItT.\" BAfNAIJD.DUMFKIE'S lun;_.. sutFcted much pain, ud tou.d no lung r j r. < dc. ick i i.uniy: 'I"S, l5iJecu :
    Archer, my authorised: agent. allnllo> my burn mss; rise am was located in my : AI.E: or IMPOSITION'
    Win. :MANE EYE: WATER I I IFor biens., particularly on the kli shle I was Tallahassee, Dec. 7, 18.1G. 18-tf I flitted with nigh sweats and fever, I joughthe mid I (ji.nil.-r.: :en-.\s Alt iici'sious: agent for the tab
    __ sore or :Inllatned Cyes, gins immediate i-as and! "i.f t'.uiuu" Physicians in his erg!. n, tu al: ..onopmpos' of Ur s.\ illmm .luiikii.'s .patent sji- cific ointment
    relief. On recent sore eyes the efffrt is Inuit sauttry.1'here !- I ten tiavcled Lar. I woulc loin tiiai. lust
    DR. IIUXTERTO to -aii-rc un y, a-id u J"U summer I was afflicted
    the complaint lias been off-ar-* also to Chester.o. and emplojid several I'octorsthere \\ Ilh a sore lej-the talus of Jiu.kin's Ointment ilk

    WHOM: IT MAY CO CEn'l.By : standing, and in some exceeding bad r.a..e".thc.nlOst bill d> riv d no benetii. fina.ly, I had! re-i ..mica tJ me to =etu jai oi it-but it happened not b 4
    the use of Dr. Hunter's inestimable!' Fills, unexpecte'1 and desirablf relief has been found in cvnirse to your Panace-anil, used one bo tic, which I ibe of 31r. Htr ton'a make. I used itacroidiog to

    of either sex, if they carefully follow the use of thi: eye water. alter e\'eIJothcr remedy I purchased a Le,.vi.stown, Pa ''ut it .seemed at the .pruned the very valuable plan, and copious! Direction, had f..ilcd.lall: } pijrsons, wio have ued i it, pronounce ti ss noi lu do in- .,ny good, for I ; eta.ue weaker, .
    accoir panying them are enabled effectually to eradicate it the best preparation I for these C'inipl.iiiiu and was obliged to Keep my bed Aly fnenasj'lvi.id Mr Heistmio traveling to the west stopped iot
    CURTAIN DISMAST: ; they have ever met with especially\ in cases of.sore me tu use no m tout it but I h the time
    a :: and to restore rest+ly Ii to ny u;;e during on looking at the oinl
    lost health, with ease, safety, and certainty, in a few I ness or inflammation of long standing. Price 2T> give it a fur trial!, and sent for another U-ttle; this meat I h.lJ. he: imn edmtrly pronounced It not of

    d. Js.IlJ". cents a Lottie. afforded! relief, and gun :strengthened: and !liis make, and furnished me with, one which was.-
    The extensive sale and unexampled: : success None are genuinunles'; signed on the outside! ed me as much as the first had! weaked me.imfrov. On opening, and smelling it, I was sensible of thus

    of this Medicine, in this and other cities, and prin- printed wrap! N, by the sole propiietnr'r. KID j i for ii third! battle, and am now restored, enjoying difference, nltho' i it looked like i it. I then applied risen
    cipal towns throughout the Union for tho last fifteen DP.IJ! immediate "ucce-!or to the late !)r. %'. TConwaj. ('bcier health than I have done for the last to oiutiiiciit which he gave foci to mj leg ; it became

    ye dnringwhich it was satisfactorily prepared by I' years-I am again enabled to follow the plough in a state of amcndnie-nt on using the first plaster,.
    Dr. Coinwny, incontcs'ibly prove that when used Fur hale at his Counting Room over No- 9! ever since last August. I am fully conviiued that and so continued nnti' it got quiteThis tt ell:
    with the INJECTION POWDF.HS it effects a Court street ii.-ar Concert Hall Motion and also b* your pana- ea maybe tak- without any injury, ointment U certainly very valuable, and i It

    thorough and speedy care of that dreadful disorder his !special atipointment byST3.1VAlt'1' and is a useful medicine. Yours, respec'.tully, would l be a pity it should be lost to the public b;,

    denominated the Scourge of the Human Race. .t IJARNARO, DAVID EsUEL:: AN. The PILLS are accompanied when the ease Orujgis!. The following remarks by the editorofthe Stark not jcenume. W M K tlEJJtMANC
    requires it, with the INJECTION POWDERS. Tallaln ; ipo, '\lardI1\. I II (No. :1--i iTo County, Canton Ohio, Democrat, arc extracted May 24, f331,

    and CERATE ; these constitute a most powerful from i hat paper of April 4, IH'JT.: From Ret Berer'j JVaug&.
    medicine, applicable to the various stages of this those afflicted with Corns.THE HOCCK'S P ASACFA.-ff'e invite the attention of I have known Mr C Herstons to be the proprle-

    Protean disordar. ful! and plain directions, with a celebrated Albion Corn Plaster affords i in- the citizens of Calinnand_ the public generally tor of Judkin's! Ointment for several years during
    ' popular treatise explaining tho various symptomsand relief und! at the lame time dissolves and to the ariycrtaemen: in another column of(his paper my residence in Maryland, and the ointment mad
    the mode of treatment accompany each box draws that Corn out by the roots, without tho lea st under ihe all..ve head. We have used the n rby hint to have been DI much repute. It has bas
    an that persons of either sex may cure themselves pain. ticle ours,-lvcs, ana can safely recommend it to the frequently used in my own family, while living !in

    (Price of the Pills $1 a box ; the Injection Powder CF.nTIFICATF.To these afflicted! with Cvrns pubic: as an invaluable remedy tor most of the Maryland, and during my residence ia this tit1.]
    and Cerate 50 cents each.) to their feet I doeeriily, tint I have: used the Albion diseases with which mankind are afflicted. Having with success.
    H"P: : Prepared Horn the original Recipe in :MS. Corn Plaster with rompleti s-ucress. Ucforc I hud! for a number of years been subject to the INCCBUS B fFAUQH,

    of the late Dr, W. T. CONWAY, by his immediatcSQI'eUlOr used one box it ci-nple'.ely/ :urcd a. Corn which hail! or NIGIITMIRE, to an alarming extent, the Methodist Book Room, Mulberry at.
    and the Sole Proprietor, T. KIDDER troubled me for many year I make this public Panacea was recommend 10 us by Ur. Houck New York, May 20th, 1835.
    of whom they may be had at his Counting for the benefit ol those aflictod with that pa-nful: 'umself.and we are happy 'o say we have been To prevent i imposition, C Herstons name, i ill
    Room, in Chambers eyer No. 99, next door to J. complaint. entirely relieved fr 'm that distressing:: affliction. his own hand writing, will appear on the envelop,

    KIDDER'S Drug Storo corner of Court and Hanover Flushing L. I. reI 228.:! WM. SHAW.PRICK .\s a family! .nedicine we have no hesitation in Letters, post paid, directed l.8 him, in Frederic
    Streetc near Concert Hall. Boston and also fIt) cents a box. saying that we believe it unsurpassed. City, Md. willbe attended to.

    by hill appointment, (together with nil those other nJ'::: None arc genuine unless! signed on the outside NOTICE. For Sale wholesale and retail, by
    valuable: Medicines, as prepared by the late Dr.C by the sole T. KID STEWART $- BARNARD, Druggists
    printed winpper. pruprutor: LL persons:: will take notice that 1 have this
    .HWAT,) bySTEWART DHK: immediate jmccess/r to the late Or. \\ T d.iy filed in the office of the Clerk of Gadsden Tallahassee Sept. 17th, 1336 G-eow-ly'r.

    Sf DARNARD No. G ) COlnv A Y.-For sale at his Counting Hili". over No Cor.n'y Court, Florida, my final report and accountasGuaidian Strayed arum St Marks, a handsome rasa
    DRUGGIST. !I!9, Court !!street near Concert Hall, piston and! of the late Henry S. :Mas-hburn, and with a cut on his tongue- TEN

    PRINTING S. E W uT4-U \UNARi I: >, said Court the settlement thereof, and my discharge and delivery at Mi. Hackley's stables.J .
    of every description, neatly DtUGOUT. as guardian. THOS. GRAY- : M. ARMSTRONG.

    exccutcdat this office. Tallaha bee, Feb. rt l 122-1,. :HO tf ec Oct. COth, 1837. 12 Jane 17th, Il ii. 43.