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

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1'0 FLGBlBUK' I T I .i .

Ia every Saturday. at FIVE Dollars peri'.bta bi* busin'.', awl prepare his Ir"/i; .

-psid the yirar.-or FoCI Dollars) if TaBEFL IDIAN.; to make "n.tr .tar" I ho H
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ID UT11tMVIT 10vtDee. inserted st oe Dollar per hax told rne that he was induced to- do' t

fiftm lines or I less, for the itt jnserTnoVf by a maxim of an ancient king. ,Prtii

ns: for each subsequent insertion.iSS tby yornhnut.. and mike U fit' to 6lr
itt marked with the number of in
$3 paired, will be continued until forbid.jB "LAI 'AIRE." dots thp fel un ar""Vn build th'b'

abarr'd I fo[... .' ;_________ __- I ore to see Arthur
ST ** "a-a MMMHNH
the >r on bU5iDMlS.connected with I trees- he pings rherrfuNy OPt hi* .pade

..blishmenl aera'o muct be post "al-d. mt'b14lm'lfmtL- &h CUIIBILB1tQ Ua qA"bUn.lQ TD\fUnUm 3.Qa a"ro \J'
-= r ":lpling!." :ny. hr. "will! he noble branching

Charles S. Sibley Tallahassee Jockey Club Races, over th.- h"ad3 ol children and if
A t ..hSCHUBRI ;
)Middle District of Flo. 1837. Ua \. siii|> (ill i.K.ird.Ve made s tie IC' .11 the n-J he will listen to my short lesson, he will not b little Ir'e Tom .hould ba rich my man

L-Lr AttorneY(T..r. his iirrtfoss-ionM.\ services AS ..Attorn.yCnie1lOr ILL commerce on the third Wednesday ii. !' BANDIT OF ROANOKE I luitn "I| Hudson which Strait un the 29th! July caught in .such a scrape again. DOll talk too hence, he will hive a grove which'hiryye.all ibo
I IiI December the SO h and mi emfriiiji ts e 1 fiMin.1 ih Strait vert much.
\, 'n lhp collection of .leUs, next coutinu The Chief of the bandits who .
are in
\ now so could not cause to spring
\r d\Ie\1 Floi "c will attend all the I It2 four days. in i is called lull of heavy i'e. through which we continued When I hear that a man and his wife do money" Eglant
Hungary Scluibii i ,
rrri. OJcc; nf'Xl door to thence I Day', Wednc dly-A sweepstake for thee frmidaIt or bonng, and making our lo the nurlhw not read of I UI| .
'" this i n. \\'esteot., J r. Esq.I7a1lReej" year f Uf, Florida) Cots: one mile he.it, su'isrrip-' Various accounts ofhis birth and char- -I. Mill island way IIlappily together- an appli Arthur has a garden, also. His rule i ii,

(1: \ 2tl1, 15.17. 25.tf ion *1M, forfeit *"0. The Colin! to bv mmed t'.i! acter have been given from time to time. It P.i-Md on the 18ih of 'orce-am told ot agreementsfor or use and next for show." So

a**-"" -I Ir.Thc day Ufore the race. was frs believed that he was of noble birth; August I, when it deiermiued lo try th- separation-or any thing of that kind. I I ufrlt of his ground in b h
LoW Notice. To tins sweepstakes there are five subscriber. along north shore of !I : subitantinlgetabl"
passage Soutrnmp- am always suspicious that I know the
It cause
itlhseiil'cr's Urtice is nsxt door to IiiiiIellen and closed. and heroism of his character, and his dating : [ land 1 I l for the table; but a very goodly portion, I assure -

: Cllrl1cr.f,, Adonis and Clinton SLreet.itlS .- 2d Day, Thumday-J.iekry Club Purse, 91'0 boldness, was the theme of cOn'rsationi' ; ion and up Ihp frozen strait| hopin. that I perfectly ullderstoor lie true secret of 1|I I YOI. in choice

I ofde\"lJlJl\: li'mseirprincijlly' t.t tIe! bui.rnt4ed two miV! heat } entrance f5 ; fiee fir any na, all the inns and little towns of Hungary. .iy this WilY fl r.amh our de-liiulion (Itfpulse the difficulty. i is occasionally potu- he not? God has OrOOVeu.bY8buJd man

to *'in n'l COBK-KL AST ADVOCATE. own,-d in the Territory of l-irulaor in the adjoining was then given out that he was m ne of I $ orager Hay.) as Captain Lyon, in lent and huffy, and Madame lectures instead of earth with poor

ToKtTS !hu inl'S'lII may be plnred with c luntuK (f Dec.itur. Thoii.is Mnd Loumlcn, u. Ihl G i"porol| the JOsl expedition, of l. Each stands the I gem f bounteous profusion;
omplelrh
of party upon
n ,.ierr fly. he lia.uiod. to M r. (he of Georgia, before the firsi.lay O.-.to'jir cass wandering hepherds who have certainly l.nled and Ellen Kip and little Tom will love Arthur -
*' 0' sutcriter'4 tie m jouijj; noulii ;ibnul. Towards thelditei martial hill of rights, it ends in a legal
ill Attorney. (ncup'llIg| p.ut of $1837. produced more brigands than honest unti i|I and one another all the better for dwelling -
I IIb *illj'! n-tiMlly aucinl to it The *it',- 3d flay, Fridav-Jockey -lub purse $300; thrci men. rnd
S ; will J t'ind the OuiKf Appeals and the mile heats; t ntianos 30. Fr e !alovc. Schubri's audacious appearance where !b.. I io.e. more particularly as we neared (ihefioziii such matters. But I wish I could whisper in I|. and among violets.In .

Courts of Jefferson, Leon, Gdaien,1 4lh S.HUidiy-Pr' j.rietor'sPtirsia handicap h strait; but the the ear of husband and wife too '
-inr Jay is least exhibits him ciippoMng senson not every every ;
Jnckb iiiiitiisl hut other Cour mJe lu,'. thrie best in' expected, frequently in a I' these bright spring I take a
n
klin aid s. 'lOI; ont \; en- too 'bit ;idvatioed, it wan thought advisable to Don't talk too much. i evening
ipe.-ialiy retained. I tr.uiri0.. Free as ab ve. most daring position. He enters town by walk about the time that hooseboU)
a JAMES AVESTCOTT.. I Ie.iinutry2.h NOTE -The Sweepskcs for three year old, himself; dines aitable fPhotes, and on leavingsays pre.son, !oi which every possible eXfrtilll Some young people have a notion that they come tojrthm- after iprk. litte, tavern few

,Uahn: !837NOTICE. litre mile heats, and he Posisuikc, 2 11'11t heats to the guevts-"I'm off; and you will \\UJ made, :ind ui: sueccerird in m.iking. I cnn talk each other into ms1iiiiny.- I 1 l' a yet become Ellen's rival l; her husband spendsnot
wee- no:: filled : and there being 0' a lithe towards mistake in such delicate this the
making each matter
tuiscri'ro boast of dined our port day, ; a as ,
having with Schubri! only his nights but his evenings at home.
of ,
.utofiheTfint Florid, t the !
ry spoils til: until the middle of September' when we hI tongue had better be contented with playinga
H. M. DAVIDSON REUBEN SCOTT mc, tm? \lle confined to Florida owned Nac. Or. if he goes abroad, it is in the oM fashion

are my agents to transact any business of with the exception of the adjoining counties in It now appears that this daring brigand is came completely bt'sP1 with ice, and drifted subordinate part. The eye can tell a bet ed way: I mean he takes his wife and little

In Gadsden county. Mr. Davidson also au- Geoigia.J. about of abwu' it, influenced by the lid.or winds. At ter story -the langtnge; actions will make
only and boy along. At this hour I am always sure of
jrd to receive and pay the debts of the late firm J.yGeiHlenn n disposed to form I new Jockey twenty-seven years age this time, we .h<>ud! have been very happ i a better impression. The love that grows up
born
was at Eunf-kirchen in which hi another of the mechanics
town
,Harrison and Wilder.ir1. Cluh, arc r, q'.eitd to meet at thl City H"tcl, in .!i!lo h.ive: tried I the south but it in the silent sunshine. which ial hearts witnessing pleasures.
H. AVILDFR.lachicola Iahl.hassce.I'ChS'k. on the Evi-nin pieri-ius | father was an C tensitannr, and his uncle pas.al Wa" (Cnf1 : Arthur and Ellen were natives of a state,

1st August, 1E37.SUMMER. 52-Gm to the Racis forth: purpose of organizing the !la saffron manufacturer had in that busi. impossible: to gt the ship, out, H-J no water reflect upon each other, i i. the heahhiest and where young folks are taught to sins;; they have

---- -,-- I could bt- seen Irom the mast.h--.id in ,1n di- most (enduring. The manner will always
S.le ness realized a fortune. I already begun to bring little Tom in the
,SPRING & GOODS.HE The Rules of the old Jockey Club \\i govern ; hI'tiifl., ) sink deeper than the language of affection. up
: i'i Schubri, uhena boy, was so daring and so same They a tune in several
Club way. carry
Subsoiber ha ) received from New untill a new s orgalli7ed.F
just The But this is which bent
York a full assortment Bombazine*, Man- : BRO\N, Proprietor. 'often:: engaged in plots;among Ii' fellows that prospect of reachi"g Repulse or Wager a matter people arc so parts, for Arthur is no mean performer the

Thibet and Merino < Cloths Blark Green an.t l Tall .hass.c, October IRth, l l37 lllf I he gave ;perpetual uneasiness to his parents. Bay this year became rather faint, as ilut upon managing in their own way, that I doubt violin, and Ellen sings a soprano part to her

ia Cas-hmenetts, and Summer Cloths I of f a \'..-I 1.J.'siah : He involved himself in bloody squabblrs with ]I temperature now became low, with young whether my advice .il be worth the ink and husband's bass.
of colours.% forOrjss\ and FrocK Coats. Z. bra LKONCOUNTYc-OURr. buy ice forming tn a considerable thickness the paper.
!i the children of the nnl>lc and he was consequently The neighbours are beginning to find their
for
Attachmtnt
) .
London Eisi'n
iand White Cambric Drills ribbed. AssumpMt : : It be singular, conceit but
i far.-d Striped and Plain Checks aruH'a'- I vs > Summons ad rec. for >60 501 d.im.Wil.is sent from home, and placed at a I every night. Winter quarters for the ship} may Iltcl you way out, since the spring weather has enclo.
what [ like. I like
White Lawn Linen Satin f.1ccd'ellln; i.c I : !Al>ton, ) i ttcluni.ible ti.March T. rm, 18.17- ;: school at Gotha. He is said to have made I became a serious consideration, which we hoped to look at that quiet, con- sed the doors and windows and there are some

Pant, a great variety of Vest ings Lm n II 1 E cc.,< ndint in said case and nil otheis in- an extraordinary progress in his. studies, first to find on the north coast of Southampton templ.itive, thold'lriiol m:1, who sits in ; signs of a little musics) association. Some of

(, Collars and Bo"\m: A general. assortment lei ested will take no'irc of the Ilst'tut'1' of; at school, and afterwards in the gymnasiumof : Island. But, no; in a s t'r\short time we his arm clin resting\ between his I the best musical talent in America is amongour
('tisierv 4c. A\o:1O even 'ive assortment of tnli u't i utiachmcut as aioreatI-and tocy are I t : thumb and fingers reading Seneca
I frozen in a
in the middle
of floe of through
) that tuwnhile lie became the got i large mechanics and it i is said that
Ready Made Clothing, n-quired 11 apptar and pl al 1 I,)the .i tilii! at same pair of He likes old fashioned ; they are so
ng which are upwards of two )hundred Born i in s.iid case, according to the. statute ca13l0J i case time in the highest degree despotic over the ice, about nirx- miles circumli'renc where spcclaces. I slow to discover the exquisite satisfaction

IP, "Iubet.1uinol Crape. CamMet, White made and provided UUY AL& ALLEN, I I sfudntsho usually submitted to him. At we were doomed lo spend many a dreary ways, friend\, old books. That old manta'lts 'I! which they might derive from innocent recre-
Bro h Linen Dress and Frock Coats Round. I in the world because he is
no noise a
without ,
\ Jttys for p'tffSejtrmbcr day, having the ship secured. We
Gotha he wrote ballads and composed music | ation. II sooths the troubled mind, it breaks
,
is, Pans: and vests of every description, made !3th, ISS7 8 tf i regular built thinker. You him "
drifted about with the ice until the of give your
; and he made his I I the ihread of it the
laos! f'&lii inable\ manner, which be i* dis- i companions sing them, or 1 1311 vexing thoughts, prepares
I to sell very reasonable for cavh or approved I DANIEL. LA 1)1) i join in the chorus. they ont of tune Fc-br iaiy, when it broke UI). plwcing the ship opinion about men and things, and he hears ;| affections for every good impression; it affords
u. J. .. BIUGE.ntry and offers for t.ilc I sung in danger as from this time it; tell him facts, and he examines and satis- .
jUt rerei\ed chetp, great to
I HAS he beat them yet they obe)' ; and he at very up a healthful excitement, it knits families togeth-
meichants and othr'i..hing to pur : cash only, at M.ignolia, wholeule or ictii' the of MardI, there was nearly a con lies himself about them. Ask his opinion, ,
I last excited them insurrection 1511 the bands and it makes
". will fin-1 it to their interest to call at the ', N E.Rum, Ficnrh nn\I ft andy, // lard! and to an to storm and! if it, it will come as slow and as er by gentlest a par
slant caused the you get
heavy nre us,
t tabli..bment.1lah I I Country Gin, Madeira, Malaga and .Vusc.U Wines, i 1 at night torch-light the Numismatic Cabi pre- upon by I adise of home.
sst'f', April\ 29, 183?. 3St t.rLLT Bagging and L, af,Lump and Brown Sugar; i net.I ice being almost always in motion, from the cautiou>.lv as if he believed it to be worth, What mechanic is there who may not com

.--50! sacks salt, forale bvR Cu aCofft-f,Hop S IL and Lead; Sperm Can- I Pursued by the soldiers and police, he es- tides and strong winds. The ship, up to the something. And so it i is. He go.s upon the mand these pleasures?-What pleasures of the
S, Siarcii! B.>ltled Cider Lpmon I principle that: a man is not bound to speak-
H BERRY. Jlllj; ail.[ loth was so much shaken that we were -
Sp'UI the prepared bar-room the circus the the
river k
caped gambling-table
swimming ,
A &c. biirrowmz! under
spice, Pepper, I but if he does he
is bound
S3. 1837. 73t I to leave her and trust to the boats the speak, to say just
pt. the stables of the schloss of Friedstcin, ; theatre, arc equal to these ;in purity and gen
SHERIFFS SALE. ship's obliged to be shoved out exactly what is right; and until he is sure of
STOKAGK. and then wandcreJ thro' Jlano'iir and Hoi- sidpsn'rl by uine content? I am sure I shall have a right

Y VIRTL'Eof viitof Fieri $facias issued I Is prepared to receive (.n sto-ase, for shipment. stein to Lubec, from which he passed over to extra beams to prevent their coming in upon saying that, he says lotlin! What a world answer-if not from mechanics, at least from
by a magistrate, leied nnd returned to mfr.iiis'abe us, as as the decks 1 lashed; one to the othI this would be if we were all quiet old men in
I Cotton, and any produce also ti receive, stoic and Upsala in Sweden, by concealing himself in wel their wives. But from fear of being prolix,
ol the third difjnct: the county of forward .. I them down. On loth spectacles, and thought a deal more
; Goods and Mcichand JIf li--ns er to keep the the great ,
I s a a vessel of that and pressure I other for future
,1 shall: pioeeed to sell t>i the highest bidt, country, not appearing than reserve some pleasure a pa-
talked.
share 'ul lic Terms we
nbc do<-r of the Court Home in the city oliba 1 i r [ > pattonage. a customary j i until they had nearlv crossed the Baltic. I was still more severe-we being then I per.-Newark Adv.PROTECTION.

** e, county ot Leon, on the fi rut Saturday I I, hl'r October tof"rl in 7,tliei 1S.H7.: place 9.*t I, among very heavy ice, several masses of which
Ktmber next all the right, title, claim and inof with time and ANECDOTE OF WAS IIINGTON.hcn
On reaching Joseph-stads, in his native came is contact ; ship, carried away OF TilE COAST.The .
< William I D. Austin in and (o the tallowing NOTICE.
of Land to wit : theE J .f the N-E i of months atier dole we will apply to the I i country, he wrote to his father, buldily avow- her main kt.e and stern post, besides alI Washington was a young man. and recent supposed capture of the Susquehanna -

III 1 1i T 2, R 2 N k E, containing 40 acrP, SIX of Ih'.- COUII'l'ourt of Gadsdeu county, log his robberies, which he luid entirely tu I the stern-frame water, leaving the kee only I Colonel, and stationed at Alexandriain by pirates almost within hailing

'or lcs, Ifiinjj rnd being in Raid dl"lritto sat.ISid i for a final dischaigc Irora the administration oti 'i the principle-of necessity, and to which: he projecting; two feet on the left siIl it Vnginia, he happened to get into a di-s-, distance oftbe coast, and under the very eye

writ in favor of Lewis Senders.Ic : i the estate of Ilosea Wilder, late of aid county, asserted the first noble families in Europe still remains. This pressure: lifted her out ol ;put with a Mr. P-iynp; and !I"oming, fur of its inhabitantwill probably suggest to
will take place within the usual hour deceas'd.
water: fortunately for us, as she was making once in his lift-. little he eaid something .
A, A FISHER, Sheriff. I JACOB II. WILDER > Admi.usWAI. owned their origin. I angry Consresa the importance f what his been

Ll&hIS7., II.tds U. WILDER S trator: He then set to work, with extraordinary from six to seven feet an hour. She remain-: which offended 'Mr. P. who, without so long in vain urged upom ihem-'he establishment

auiney, May Oth, 1837. 41- {t! management and patience to organize a band ed thus until the llth Julv. when she was cut fremnny. raised his:cane, and at a single I ofa squadron far ,h. --rv'T> .;- ofCommeroo

Groceries, Groceries. I of whom he ont by a 3I-fect saw. During the nipping; Mow; lie iiilit him to the ground. Col. n'' "** ** .
Y arrivals fiora Baltimore and New York,1 NOTICE. brigands, to wished to impart a .: 'I. on our S > r ng
.
''bf>ac< n, you fancy very pleasant with officers: who wt tseni, were at once in a ,
I we have just received, and are opening at a Mr. James MeMul- I SIX 'ee1 a temperature from 40 to 50 degree, besidesa rg, .\d so was h'-* whole regiment when '
;tore tonnrrly occnped by Juihc of the County Court of Leon i : IVumernn young men of high, or desperate published in theL : s-
i large and choice as* utruenl of G (lOCr.. County, for Letters AdminiMration on the ev i i itateof'U'm spirit, and overwhelmed with debt, a- I v.rv great deal of sicknc3s. We buried thy heard of i ii:; and there was, for a while, val Chronicle in 1834.

S and PROVISIONS, win h arc offered IIII I Carson dec. N. MARGIN.. i iI midst society, soon i joined Srhnbri. Hi three inn and had always a large sicklist of re'I ison to fear that they and the friends of Another object higl!' : \&
trade i
own oor country on very accommodating October, Io37. 13-6w: ; ; j from 2o to 30, out of a crew 60 men )ir. P. would get into ;i .'neral arlel and n.
t-viz : I band was alo augmented: ] i discharged, noa j smal c qu country; is the protect! J t.

PROVISION. j, FOR SALE ,commissioned] officers, and "Jallictulenl"- ] j: and officers.Ve Ii ive at this moment 10 de-ttroy 1.1)lives. Hut Washington' came Cannot a class of vessels be constructed,

Baltimore cured can asscd I Hams A LIGHT JERSEY WAGON and a good I| ,to an organized body of one bundled well uri i j i "hI are unable to do any- work, al from scur- I 1,11. and afcr thanking them and telling which would po>sps-< the requisite qualities:

more lo New d AVhe' it Flour Middlings draught IOltSI Enquire; ofMcRANEY & IIAWErS. : med trained men. '' \r. As for not going on with expedition, thin he was not hurt begged them tu be for that purpose? A ship, that would carry

1 Butter and lard \'. 183_,. 1tfI.A | In less than seven months i ither as a body : \lien I tell you that we have had more than I pc.ice iblf! >, and itt last. prevailed.When twenty twenty-four poundora might be so
uli Mackerel und Cheese ; J : once five fret water in the ship, and all .he'p.i.r.ps Wa.-hmglon came to reflect on them
in
-- ( i or detachment, they have comlitc,1thl formed as to enter m-uiy of our southern
\V f TcE-
LlQtllllS.l1pagnc. i inA working and less than I do
n\'r two, liter he found he w is in the No
most daring rbbeT Ic, .Schubri, in all wrong. portand would utlp-s? make as good
Cognac: Peach, Apple\ and Spanish "iM. :u. 'aOLPII, ATTORNEY I I.AT I.attacks is i! tlf think you will bLme: us, as we had no sooner did' he come to this conclusion, thin
their had the
Brandifn.ind t at head. In June, he i I way and wrnlhrr :is nature of the service -
V the
Om, country Gin, Jamaica Rum !! in ] Florida AV, ,and will will prac a t Ice< nd ill t'0"ul'h,1 bn'tiics'Cnun"!,i most desperate engagement with a troop I lone at hand to give' in alas itancl; be1 ne re-jolved on the net' day. to ask Mr. F's would require. If a rhis.4 t-f vessels

onjahdi I and common AVhiikey 1ddlf' ted hisrare. Offic- in the, c 1 side', the ship is only held! together by her pardon. Great a man a > he was, he was
i as may entr\ 'o IJlld- i ii IItslrs I' was wounded, but lie foiig'it = I should be built for the defence of our coast,
TOBACCOE-. occupied Call: and Walker chain-cabl" bi-int 'sed, round her in threeplaces ashamed it when he had been in
i jag; formeily by way through it great bravery, and e.caped pa not to own great breadth of beam will render them efficient -
!
tier old Princi'c"' i:| Havana Cigars.Ca'ct di.' I .. tli, 1C37. H tf with his men.He as well as the run being secured b> J the \fI No sooner had he resolved to in brain the heaviest metal, and prevent -

Cut chewing 1'tib.irro: III papers Treasury Department, Florida, was lately with three of his men, sur-1 I rope-lashings! &r. \% t were n'rf'rtunate- do what his coiiscienre told him he ought lodo. them from M'ikiiig too deep in the Water -

plee! lU..">!Infill" of chewlii aid ( t'.icr: tobacco AUDITOR'S OFFICE, ) rounded at niL'ht in f farm. yarn near the PlattenSee in having line weather from o-ir starting, to j Ih1 he was at pea>-e in IIH own mild, to enter niost ot our southern ports. I

:b:1I1 Sjotch, Sf '."PI"| ,- Snuff. 24th (t'I. 1SJ7.: ) li foity horsemen.; His p"t'IICff I j within 409 miles of the 0 kney Islands, where I and that very night he attended a place .1!hI am n decided advocate' for the heaviest meta -

inpnnder, lm.vri.l; l & llsonTcaic. in hf-riby given; to .hlctinnf'trFI, Tax ) j we fell in with a very hea'y"c.lle at north and behaved jUt as well m it
stand brown Su;ar, AfUs .. ttllnaia NOTICE mind audacity saved; him.. He directed! I illl.eUI'nf. th.it ships of war can bear with safety,

Coffee cnaise and fine Su'.t: ticui, .1' fin: "pulilf. and re\etjU"uthiira chirped thj't suits with w.ll th.: I (Olltr-1 his companions to throw aside their arms and I ast. We succeeded in keeping ihe ship afloat ;j nothing at all I had happened. and a proper extension of their beam, from

in Ba gtr.g und Bale: HopI v.n 1.r-nr.i ajiir.s: all who aiein def"ul< afi- 1! part of their clothes. IIu then followed by but t 11110" all-she hiving very near l The next day he wrote a very polite not. end to end, will allow of their being sufficiently
Raison-, ''JI olale. nlmi.nd", 3fnsiar 1, wnind L A- O ly g. ie through$ our lingers; indeed, she is s :''to Mr. P. him him. fbebitter
of =" *<-iiib.r ensuing. TII\ I them, ran with lidll.tltlters, to the outer : requesting' lo meet sharp beo! .. and, at the same time,

Lifter Crackers. Sperm C..wl1es, Sweet Iuh. 7c.'ts. entrance, and the soldiers, as if (he I bad, that; Wf weie ob'iged to- run fm the nearest :, taking it for a (challenge, went to the present a long side above tho water line
1 For
Lann Oil, Kiflc Powder, tfh't, 't1" ( f.- The: Pensiro'fc'" Gazette, St. Jos ph Tl'eo. and j I l.ui'i which i" this Glasgow Courer. -
llacr.--
fy G. U. k T. E.LINUENBERGEll.illaWee /i'-ks mil'e! <-'.aii Id. \II iivc ihe ubive thir. r ir-I belonged to the form-house, saving they had spill expecting 10 see Washington 1 with I a which will enable them to stand up under

: Oct. 21. I 11tfMISS *,.'t (In.. .uid forward t:.ur ol p-toU. But what was his surpri.eI the greatest pressure of canvas. Such vessels -
--- -
I aymeu l l' 31 I\, prevent the rubbers escaping; as they were j I when, on entering:, \\a-hinptnn arose and would never lurch so low and dangerously
PARROTT DOST 'rA&.hrtt.-One half the mischief
ECPF. AO.MlMSl'HVTOU'a l .N 01111'.. i i4LL ( desperate, and should he at once surprised in DEA -, gate him his hand: in (Ill most fri ndlymanner. as some of ours do. I have long
TFULLY I il1frlltile; Citizens of I in tin world is done And
Tallahaeean: < us ihat ).er 'I'\I-I: pt'r!lI- hiving -:a ms against the ( I.ltt!'I j the house, when- then regaling) 1imeni'eIVCS.'I'Iic 'I by talking. -I! fi.d,' s.iid hi, -I! was wiong in the thought thai there never has been a vessel,

RY foi YOUNG LADtu111 vicinity, commence on t c laie S. S Peebles, are rcquesii. d n. j>rr |{i stratagem and!Sciiuhri and I (II! half! through life, is the result of our saying .itidir of ) est Tlay; you have had, I ihink' having sufficient extent of beam to render
5' at them tu the sub'Crib rpri'iK-ry! .tller.lcued.1wllin : } ICcC'Iet \\ hat we might just as have said.
day, Oc j'!"er 2Sd: in tl-e Rooms lastly; octu IMC lime -re-cr.b d tiny J-c- 'hits mel were off before the soldiers even ap- 'I wcliot some tlUfarlion; audit you think that suf- her equal to what she would have been, had
( ny w.l There's much old maxim
11or
ty Mrs Orch >rd as a Seminary. I '!I wis.ol itt lirit'iit, here's hand. lit be friends.' idea
barl' of preached the IHUIM, in which all the inmates l my us : she possessed that advantage. This
Ie n> tins 'ut-on: will fcu\'erl mouth shut and]
irucu<> insti
n pursued in 'keep ears ,-
are a umjtlete] English course nlvi the ,v,o- I! A LKX FOIn.. DU! V A dc'd.Sept L, !! were surprised asleep, quite unconscious of I tlieie is your rely it. open A few yc.irs aferward" Mr. bad a I has been long entertained but we may now
Adm'r I ,
upon
Lnnguiges.: Music, Drawing, Painting, and lleLIe. what hud passed. law <*uit in I.'airrix_' II.nr where 'ashltol expect to see ihe credit of it claimed in another

T :e.die Work :_25, ISn. ,_ 7_ I A few days after, he robbed an estate, belonging I I do list t know any body, in any situation onI | lived, mind the Litter h.ippened just at that quarter as it is said that the British;
<;"K: AT :M ,'NLIA. in life whom the advice is
) not
''fpres-ent erm will open Monday, ( -tJt.cr TOn prolesMon to I I'applicable.
: the I be the Court lmi'ui-e. The lawer
: I to Arch luke of lime, lo in Government intend to build thirtv-six guDfri31c3
's,
and clo .e July' 21d, comprising .00t)' ctI kv :: siIscrleI' ; rtcciie on !t .rac fur Char everyvaluable t i is sometimes said that the law- i
term divided, in o fr oilier'il pin Rice; &'-n rod.> and 5111 at tide hu could cairy away.He live I that is their wh wa- upjostJ[ [ to L'il lr. P. finding he had avery six feet wider than they have heretofore -.
-
r holidays of haT! "ef"k.Tl:1l2 .han, lizr; and S.rar.with\ |unrsualuy ,%'dl"jltch.; is now aid to haverompleti'y; ; organized .trade%ers and by talking but the fact is talking the lawyers!' bird I .) ht t lo prejudice the jury been; and other ships in proportion.A .

S. Al %\U-IOI-I tiilriisted olhcir cal: \vi'l! r a troop of men reinforced so on; by telling them $that 31 Ir. P. ht. some distinguished .mcerof our NaY, as a
r tuiLion in all (!l'panments I of Et'gIiati st u ites at cnti Th-iric:i.a will be the saiihep fnllundr. are apt to talk too much, ns any body, and : .
:
Int i,1 1. Bosnians A Line before, abused Washington.Tins' has recommended the empl
ear of forty weck S'U.tN. lor 1Ioe over 12 : by ald 11111 s. comedian greatly understood, ,
,
a. otfiFrom I-M ; exj'rriei.ce in bus ness, II suffer as much by it, to spin out a long argument I
vi "gr -, (tor those over H, and under 12, $40; )' li i> to nlCf t with a.share or pui.li' \Iltrla t. of Ratisbone, named l\apli'I, has late foil into the habit of' S s,iid be, -is tho wretch, who ilared to mpnt ofa coast squaoion every year, during

or those under B, $:O; halt payable in ad- lit .1. & N. IMJULIN. ly joined him; and his band altogether consists they necessarily In up huts impious hand against that gr tatett ihe summer months; the object of which '
in than
e.jdern ach M.ijn'ilia. ( 'et. 7,1.,7. H-fit not of peasants or serfs, but ol dealing fancy more f.tcls-sHying ind hc.:l ti! men. and 10 /knock :.liui down as would be, lo perfect the officers of our Navy .
Language?, < per year, 13,00. slan'iug about parties and witnesses that do
ain and Pointing. 6<0aiie U f" 1 B V I'll ELS l'ea'hi Brandy und Whl kc)'. men (' 'ie. that have rendered things much liarni and good and their hough lie had hreu hut n bii hock ot the stalls. in the practice of naal tactics and the 'necessary -
no reputation
8!00 for the term. ; B 'ging, I them de perdtl. Tins was so iiiu-\pe( ( led, |>f onouncedn application of the signals. It maybe
A Lot f1''e. for candor will diminish the ant
broidery MATERIALS And Worsted-Flow.EXTUA.ch and. work,$i. 20 B., : .''. I He has established among them a strict as that generally for loquacity increases.in same To aucb a thundering t.ie. and with such a objected to this disposition of our Naval

Yjung Lady to find her own sand and Spanu'i' am, ] American Fo irf!, discipline, -emploJs a treasurer,-pavs his' propoition hearorne men at the bar, would rt-mendoiis si.imp on the floor, that it madea I force, that it will be necessary t. form a depot -

In MOIC .ind (lor t.alc at foe Arcti-m M.nt. by: men regularly,-has i surgeon to dress their'I that if they were held you by tic fctt suppose the nodigious impie&noii. \\ .,shiugton could in every port visited but I would ask, is

.ardinE can be had for the pupils at the Sem- R-J-IIACKLKV, wounds,-and gives prizes to those who excel up not bear this. He always wished: to have I this i the practice with our squadrons on foreign -
an.Jn Ta'la' a' scc, O. 17.1R17. U-if words would run out of their mouths by mere
t"nlt"tll'ri\8Le families. in carbine shooting and gymnastic feats. He he truth know n. that the countenances stations.
try utien'ion will be f.aid to the .Vind und firct gravity, fur a week at a time, with Seeing
tiers of ihe Young Lades< committed to the has subrdinatl officers, and is now said to be out their brains at idl. of the CUlt begin to blacken upon iMr. Ordinary repairs and supplies may be pro-

KofMi.-s Parrott and it will be her effort 10 I i forming a troop of cavalry. He probably A disturbing pp.-acher; talk too much. One of P. and that the latter began to look wild, he cured at almost any commercial_ port, and

Ube approbuiio of her friends and pationt. dreams of becoming a mighty conqueror. may arose and thus addressed the bencli. vessels can return to the general rendezvous
the best is Christ's the Mount.
\Lidier. discoutieried "nb the Seminary, I but sermons 0' 'As Mr. character it established whenever it becomes
Robbing rich, and never injuring, to Payne's may already
''desired, receive instruction in any of the STORAGE: AT MAGNOLIA.THE tie You may read it, as it is reported, in fifteen
when the is the : all have the satis-; to overhaul and refit. It is probable
ies. subsrrib.-rs Mill continoo the Storage and possible, to assist poor, principle minutes. And tho' its style and power are pleas your worships we necessary

7zRr.cLr.OeA.BruwnJuge'! Randall,Go,'. "ion Business at th'is (jl lice usual, I he promulgates. It is said that not a single its be oftener faction to know that it w perfectly unexceptionable that anotheradvantage might arise fromit.
\ unapproachable, brevity might well
Cot Buler.Jahassec will advance Cotton : he to the little difference of servica would be short,
and cash on stored with thrm murder can be traced to him; and that ; and with respect As the term

Oc, 11th, 1837 10-4w for shipment It N'. York, New Orleans. orChtr1es. once ordered one of his gang to be shot for imitated. which formerly happened between that and the field of action more at home, oar
ton, nnd att 'ndwi/h pr ''mr>tne s and drsputrh: ) to Our legislators talk too much. About nine
made
: robbing a 2entlem.. and myself, it was instantly native seaman would tbe more readily engage -
TO THE PUBUC. nil business entrusted to their care. They flatterthetnsehes peasant. tenths of all the speeches making Congress,

dne ti Miss PARROTT to Mate, that thefts from their jpeiicncc in LURinesC. to few days ago. a positive account of his, and our legislatures, is the mere sounding up, ai'J WP have lived (h the best teims ever in it, and consequently contribute to

in her school, both in their present re- j rnrit ami receive a hbi-ral kh.ire of public patronage. capture reached Vienna. His appearance brass and cymbal and since. And besides:, I could wish all my the removal of one of the most important
', and their I Their charges art follows, vii: tinkling vanity ego- that I which has heretofore been
in original form wei e lcterinincdtadvierof a terrifying the country near Hermanstads, in I acquaintance to know entirely acquitMr. difficulties, expe-
tism.Your sensible men-such as I
her friends. ID the first in!lan"-( Storage of Cotton for the season, 25cts per hale\ Transylvania, was given in another account.In really Payne of bhine in that affair: and take rienced, and which is still to be apprehended
lid \at consulted ch'ldren ; Marking and "'ei' bin*, each 61{ Franklin and Roger Sherman, never got
who having :
tot
,
fact he is a second Rob len it all on myself as the : ,iz the want of American seamen Ships
from Filling: unl.illt'.fNdiu W eta sett Roy. always aggressor :
*, inoijie of delicacy ad viseJ a hiyhcr ;, per up they had something, to say, and ,
kin rircum.vaneei would justify; and ihe mat- Eich Firs J: month' Morale on goods, 1'2J ('I]ier bbl. CAPTAIN BACK'S -EXPEDITION.-- sat down as soon as they had said it. we can always furnish.
I consequence being coUnitteJ for reronsdera- succeejing m mth, 61
: THE MECHANIC'S PLEASURES.
the und BENJ. BYRD & CO. We arc to learn that the Terror Our politicians talk too much. It is really
(rsisned.. after mature Jeliberatioi,deUOflthepresent sorry ,,' I A LOST ISLAND.-The abode of Alexander
Magnolia, 17th Oct. 1S37. 12.tlJGjWCEIIE 1 : and it is refreshing There i is shop near my lodgings-and
as '
refreshing as
;; ratcn as the lowest reduction' which went out last summer in quest of the uncommon Selkirk is more to be found. The
-- -- no
a in reason it ic possible to make. It is with I north-wcxt i ia on her to hear -ensible\ man talk on this topicfor never yet saw a shop in which there was not
:
S. passage way hurt Island of Juan Fernandez bas vanished from
eisute that the undermined oflVr this (I. be learned. Without going so
expla.S4 fifteen minutes. But if one listens to the something
E have after unsuccessful and unfortunate,
and 'M7 just received from New Orleans ngiiin, nn blotted (
he our
recommend the Yet though rom
to ( thfircitiieai' ,
patronage o invoice of of the the whol.science of far as to state what I believe firmly, that to ocean.
I Bacon
V Claret rant
I Wine Madeira day,
sweet
The foil extract from letter
,,
a hemiuary in winch thc bjgb mural atempt. wing a it. and beautiful in the verses
*lectual( character of the WiDe, Pickles, Whiskey, 4. which we will sell dated Ireland 4 from: politics seems to have become twisted into a the industrious man labor is pleasure, 1 beg maps, u green
accomplished prin"sufficient for cash. ( Lough Swilly, Sept. ,) I This Cowper and the narrative of Defoe. Th,
the : for the Chinese that find the be leave to intioduce Arthur Kip. young ,
guarAntee to PUPIS acSOl board puzzle, nobody can :
officer the Terror to
genlle- .
: G. H. T. E. LINDENBERGER. nn on a
) U from English journal,
all that is u.efuland omamenu.1! in 4 is and lives in the extremity following an -
po- end ,
5iCItIO. July 29, 1837. SI man in Ihis neighborhood, /rives a nraliv ginning or of lan 1 pUin cooper N. Y. Evening Post.
[
which I He
daily.
When I in the of the street pass
a neighbor caught
Thomas Randall, of the voyage and explains very clearly, the: Isle o/Juan Fernandezhatf rteeotr
NOTICE. meshes of i is his as early as his earliest neighbor Tbe
of its failure. a slander sit, I feel more sympathy in shop '
Thomas Bpwp persons holding claims against the estate cause than indignation.; He has sid, yet I see hut busy good hall hour before Iy dittappeamredfrLflUthV.Soutb Sea. ,:lt.Wat.
Fruncii of Jackson Very shortly after my joining ihe Terror,I at some remoter period.by .
ppe. C.dwc,1* county, is Arthur about in doubtless produced
ALL Gore in a moment of excitement what his cooler he is in his
started in of atexmbont from Chatham ,
them low Ihop-Wbat
a
Richard Hyw.td, pre "L duly *u we volcanic enuptioovand.ba* bcea.defetrovi'd
tell youHo
I will a
within the time prescribed by law or. judgement would have restrained; what the gray of .
and from northerly wind wen h
Itubert J. Jlackley utrong B tw eii.U dou
't2Z' J617. thh. notice will b$ plead in bar of their recovery. does not deliberately approve himself, am) ha* been setting out rows of elms around b fan earthquake.,
anchor in Aberdeen June
to
12 obliged Bay, on iu tad.
origin
which uoaiked
Those indebted t said estate are reuire t make probably, is lor But tho thing is : i ihe whole border of bil little lot. ,For you tile catastrophe .
NTING immediate to the 20ib, 1836; since which, up to this time, wi sorry sid history to .th* world:
III"rr1 atilt- payment hbi be is to live il\ very iU disappearance, no ,
duaipt that
l hive not let'So anchor been in harbor his pride i is up, nnd he has in the end to open1m I must know coqtent 1
an or ofthiajhed
the
at 1M, .dm'r. little ni history
ttct. t "rt. Ih, 137. TURNER 6D or bad any ono but what belonged 1 to th< pnrk-et for having: opened his mouth. 11 r uncomfortable bouts in orde to forward bas made s. nowo



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..
.
i island. countries, like men, hare their From the Charleston Patriot. From the N. Y. Spirit oldie Ti Nov 4. act injuriously not only upon athr*.American! ; ,Cdidittitiit, Oei t 1831HORBID :+J F 4 t1J .

personal glories, the isle of Juan Fernandez LATE FROM FLORIDA.By but upon most other trades. .An active reti- ,. ; JFTAIR. Journal 1 o r. oa.16.t"'fe s i

has certainly bad its share, in having aflordec the schooner Maryttta Ryan, Capl UNION TiE COURSE, LONG ISLANjn.;:. val is not anticipated before the spring of the .Our town has
an asylum. to the nhipwrected mariner, WILDEN, arrived here on Saturday evening, The shout of thousands still ringing: in next year. There docs I not appear much pt excitement in, 'nsemiifjke, of an nut + fc cbatteryinwliichSlatntulWDe,

to whom Daniel Defoe gave the immortal from St. Augustine," we have received the dur ears, as we employ the brief time before'trie grcpjc'd for' tho} pVesumptio'n that the mer- nt lou!act',commuted on.. Monday night was plaintif Vs. Joseph Fay and Ed.i g.

name of Robinson Crusoe. The island took subjoined intelligence,: from Florida. By mails close in giving our distant readers a r} ants on tile other side of the Atlantic will last, by another of the anl of desperadoes nts. In the coane of fa

its name from Juan Fernandez, a pilot of the Steamer .James Adams, Capt. CHASE, few hurried details of the most splendid race ;,'. crirrtinoeta shotf an anxiety to pay of wh'r? ..Nrr i;! That quarter lima _lawn called evidence,one of the witnesses stated

the 16th century. He was in the habit of we learn in addition, that an express had arrived ever made in America! The laurels, won fjr their debts. The two packets which \ Tow Hi. It appears that ab'.ut 11 o'clock Dewey who it seems i is captain. iar0

tailing along the South American coast fiom at Clarksville on die 3d inst. from St. the North by Eclipse have been torn from her I come in this week, have brought nearly 430, on tb might in question; Mr. Benjamin him on" the evening of the assault,

Peru to Chili!, meeting with no enemies but Augustine, which states that Gen. HERNAN brows by Lady Clidw of the South.: The I 000 dollars in gold and si'vcr a fair proportion Pturt.1 very respectaWe farmer residing (Dewey) 'a off/the figure head of the pate .

the so'Uh{ winds. These were, however, DEZ had captured 30 Indians, and that SAM victory was nobly Every itch ground! ,. ol which we are confidently assured, is immediately) outside of t.b precinct of the Constitution. But for a turn which

such redoubtable ones that they became a JONES. ....WILS on the?WeISt of the St. Johns was s desperately contested; that next to I I j to liquidate old claims. The stock of speciehas borough, dosE.b t the turnpike I roaJ.leading court's proceeding saddenly tookthe>rb

rude although sufficiently Revere, school of I with COO warriors, had refused to come in, winning; the greatest pleasure in life appeared been also further increased this week by to fcarJ u noise: in tits piggery' .atei would have been exposed. Tb 'Bol!

navigation. It occurred to him on one occasion and said he should not do so unless compel- I to be. in lo'ing.-'hrec of the nonpareils tho receipt from the Brazils of rather above and on going .order to ascertain t ihemeaning ton l Sentinel add;, There is no doubt tycaptain. t

whether or not, by putting out further !I]I le d. entered -.Pic/o/j, Lady Clijfdcn, and Fanvny 3-2: 0,000 dollars. Money matters in the, City of it, perceived n negro helpnglimtclf Dewey, who is a native of Cape Coi

to sea, he might not avoid these tcrri-j! We also learn from Ci+pt. CHASE, that Wyatt-were in condition to tun for a arc in a satj fLctor.state.. DiKcoiuits can be to a couple of shoals, whose !l cut off the figure head as stated. his DA,

ble wind (;en. JESUP intends\ sending all of the Indian man's life, and three better natj-i were never easily upon negotiable paper, and cut, and wa$ in the act of depositing in the Navy Department at \ashiol t

'u He made the trial, and found that it was I Chiefs now in his possession, to this place stripped on a race track. Mingo, the!. fourth nearly in the week after next, the Quarterly J them in a bag; Mr. Peart at once went where it was lodged by Capl. ., the 8

crowned with success; his vessel glided over', j t!' toTe confined in Fort Moultrie. I entry complaining, the tendons of has foreleg Dividends will be paid to the public; which, t j forward to save his property And secure the lary of the Navy giving him a written ebb.

the sea as if by enchantment. During one I'I Col. Twioos arrived ut Jacksonville I buing- much swollen, but "he was entered and added to those due on Continental Bonds, will.I,i thief Air. P. ca'ught the villain{ ; but in the ;;align that he should never be

of the voyages, about the ) ear 1552, Fernandez the 3d inst, wilh 300 mounted Men, from I II I start be must if on three Irg;." remarked hi* go far to !prduct a,glut of unemployed capital I struggle received u thrust, from a knife in the for the offence be had committed.proseute

discovered a coast \which he knew Jefferson Barracks. I gallant owner in the morni ty. Hereafter we which, tll absence of investments; in I stomach, and a continued cut quite across it,

could net be that of Chili, and happier than 'I'hc.lrut) was expected to move in a few will. altenipt a description! ul'the race;. aftrthe foreign or colonial produce, must continue to behave fore the instrument was withdrawn, and or THE COUNTRT.-We have
ST\TI
Christopher Columbus himself, he immediately days. intense excitement attendant: np'J I has! a l beneficial, clfcct on the public securis. I several other stabs ;in different parts of his heard that some of the stores on Si. 2Id ja I

called it after his own name. He Sr. AUGUSTINE: Oct. 28. subsided-an excitement in which all participated tie The apprehensions whchTCre\ entertained I i person. Still he held on unti exhausted Island are to be

found that it was an island, and on bin return The following is a I list, of the principal. : 1 -we IIOKJ| ; to bo better: prepared to a few 'weeks since, of extensive fron loss of blood, when wan rompel-! to barracks for the immediately accommodation converted ;i

recountered the wonders of the place, chiefs and warriors whose capture we mentioned give the particulars of a contest, to which no lations in foreign {;rain, and a spec-1 ec; to cry murder, and for help. was* five hundred men of the forty-third orD

but when he proposed taking i a colony out I in our last: I pen can do adequate justice. I was a race mand for specie for cxportations, have I heard by a man of the name of Cruzer who from Halifax, and regire

there the Spanish Government showed no y c-ya-hola, Co-a-h.ijo, Ya-a-hajo, I'o- : that will be'rcinembered by of the Thirty jicther subsided, and there i is at present but keeps a tavern on the opposite side of the frderet of the navigation, by the

disposition to favor his! Jp.si;;n. Fernandez was-hajo John CiU allo, 1\o- -so.il.hula'; Thousand persons who 'itncsscc it to their little either in the new arrivals of corn from road to 11 r. Peart:, who, on coming to hisassistance We understand that the steamer wanderer;

however, estabii.hcd himself there ; but alter IlmailiU did me)', Cu-bi-Io-clu-huj"; ( Doctor dying day, and its, history \\il go down abroad, or in .the large stock under lock. the negro fled. Cruzer pursued Bull is chartered to proceed lo, the Jo

some tune he abandoned the island, leaving ,) and Hastano mice. I through all time as one of the most fiercely -- -- and overtook him, but when in the ad of Puts, to meet a frigate daily r
Yose ha bula, is the true Indian contested and glorious' victories ever achieved 1, A Paris that an expected obstacle expected rqj
behind him only a few goals| which became appellation paper says taking hold of him, was felled by a backhanded the tbirly-lbm! and
greatly multiplied. It is by some, n's given by the interpreter, of the no by a High Mettled. Racer and his honest I, has been risl'c to the marriage of the stroke of the knife by the negro, dri- precaution is .ixty-ffh to regimentxThis .
ltd hiel) Powell.Tho ridei Princess to Duke of Wurtemberg.The prevent the'Sj f
doubted whether allowed! him the stomach. The
Spain to retain ven up to the hilt in sup. sibility of (be frigate being detained
of! these chiefs has The day was beautiful, and the King of the Belgians, through whose at
no reputationof
quiet possession of the place but it i is I capture by posed assassin was arrested the next morn bee during thw winter. Qu
means incieased the of the the entries was such as to attract an immense good offices negotiations relative to this
more probable that the cause of his quitting friendly feelings marin g and committed. He i is a stout rough The Tot onto Patriot of the 20th
it 'was a return of his passion for the sea and Indian-i I t towards us. It i is generally t expected concourse. The public stand, which riage were commenced in Londen, has promised fellow, and named Ben Smith. The knife in that Sir John Coib. 'tal.
that there will be hard arid holds :'JOOO was crammed two hours that all tho children born of that union 1 postscript,
some fighting persons
the life to which he had been so long accus ; used i is a shoemaker's knife, ground down written to Sir F. B. Head, \
tomed. To his adventurous life ho then returned that they will be rendered allure desperatethan before one o'clock, (the hour of starting,) and should be reared Protestants. It was on this thin and sharp snots i suited for the hand what could be requeuing from (to l

and it is by some authors asserted ever. Even l those now in our hand* thousands upon thousands covered the roofs basis that the affair was was treated until the of the assassin. wel of the individuals troops should their spared services the

that he was the first to discover New Zc- seem to doubt tint they will be sent out of of Iwo'c., the fences and tops of carriages. arrival of the Prince in Paris. stabbed are in n very precarious situation, in province the lower, to which Sir Francis be reqai

land the country, as we have been informed. Every "bad eminence" commanding a view The venerable 31. Jaques Lafittc assembled and their is considered extremely ; uud
recovery stood have
-- On :Monday, 30 Indians squaws, and negroes of the course, was densely I thronged with <:aeer on Monday the shareholders of his new doubtful. to laconically replied, AL

were captured near Fort Peyton and, I spectators. 'll Jacky Club Stand with bank in Paris, and addressed them at lengthon edition he could rely on the well-tried 0 '
After about one-half of our
CREDIT.-There i is: much force arid propriety brought; to town, and Wednesday a family : i the enclosed space in front, was f filled with the I the subject of their meeting. Of the 55, CJ- received information militia and the inhabitants generally:to

in the following remaik.s which we of five Indians were taken. These are t members and turfmen from a distance; half 000,000 of francs which were to constitutethe had gone through the press, we serve the peace and tranquility ef the pro,.

copy from the Providencis Meriting: Coverer ,probably: the last of the retinue of those chic)':- II the Club in the Union \H'I represented. capital of the new bank, 35,000,000; had about 4 that !Mr. Pear expired. this morning I I toes, and maintain (the dignity of their IQT.

THE THING is ALL+VRO\G.-The Josephs who came to hold the 'ClallTht'y The Ladies'. Pavillion was occupied in part been subscribed, and it would have been very o'clock.Spy.Additional ereign. [Montreal
gnvc parr.Suf
in New York, it is said, arc in debt six and I no information of any others coming t in. I by the [Indian Chiefs, now on a ; visit to the easy to have filled the whole, if the manager the Murder at

a half million dollars!, and have a nominal I There are now 1 147 Indiana, and negroes (loveinment, who had the Italian Brass would admit those who took shares merely Rochester William particulars, of the O:FIRI-We learn from the Ni?

properly of seven. Many other connnerci.il I prisoners confined in (He fort. I Band in attendance. By the way, they appeared I from speculation. murdered- had Lyman, morning young, York Star that according to n leterect,
man on Monday
and manufacturing men in other communities Brig Gen. Hennndcz. with force of about delighted: and are said I to have; con- The accounts fol Spain continue to beof in New York, from the office
a received from Mr.) Horace Hooker P
a package -
beside the city of :\. Y-, hive been bol 400 men, marched South on Thursday I I Mdcicd this: the only rational ;111iImt they. }a character highly! favorable to the, cause of about $000 which he deuce Journal, Captain Bailer,

stered up by banking' institutions in a similar' morning J"I.-1'h.. nviy be termed the opening ;i had witnessed; amunir the pale faces. freedom; sad independently of the military the containing rail road office; where he keptat was |. schooner William, arrived at that port &
manner. We say, that there exists nil reason of the i 1st )Heat-won bv 1'ictan. Second and advantages gained over the forces of the Pre Carthage James River, reports that at 4
campain.-Tbis:; campaign until about nine o'olock in the P.l.oaS
in the world, why these men should have \\;ill be vigorous' one, judging; from the at:. (I third heats by Lady C'lrlfden. We have not tender, great political importance must justly employed, when he left for home with the ,urday, the 21st inst. when mileE

been bolstered up' by banking institutions, ),oas live preparations m.iking; in all quarter--. rom to insert the details of the race: It appears be attached to the repulse of the enemy from evening in his by S.of; Cape Henlopen, he saw a large skip
to get in debt six million of dollar j from the I following statement of the before Mad i id. money possession. nn fire, with a
I I
Gen. i is determined
to end the i if foretCpsai
Jesnp war In to his house he had
to akiho.k
Better, infinitely better, would it have beenif possible, and at all hazards" and if matured i I standing of the rivals after the first beat, thatI It i; well known that throughout the whole joi.lg lot and had pass across schooner near They wpre
the same amount of credit had been enjoyed : fresh II I th* result was totally unexpected: of this insurrection Don Carlos has from timo not proceededmore E. of the and another ship waild
plans, Wiliam.
ample supplies
troops onrgy than three rods, when he shotthroiMfh
by five hundred honest traders, mechanics and will desirable j Before the first heat Mingo was tIle t f.ivorj to time been assisted with large sijms of mon- was the William; standing *
accomplish
perseverance so the :Iiead. The
and farmers, who might each wish small!I i ite at IOU) to 60 vs. the field, and immense ey by tin Emperors of Russia and Austri, body was dragged i t the Delaware.
an end it will be done. The of
sums at different times, and who would be ryes j sums were laid out. (;cn. IrioevuIIJ nowhave and by tle Kings: of Prussia, :abouiriwenty feet from the spot where, from Captain Baxter made ibis report beforf
all turned him with intenseanxit'tv.
are now : ,
the blood the
able to their notes without this upon h drawn him but that he he dinia and it on ground, it must have ft-
pay great I His holds him of was aware Naples; is beyond question he heard of the capture of the
country as ono I : len. The wallet of in Mr. Susqueha
flare This of few backed. It that the late undertaken money was Lynuin's -
building a was heavily the of"the at
up. process up her treasures for his and was opinion expedition was na. It is evident that the ship on
,
trembling success
overgrown houses, to swallow the small' concerns fearing for his failure. Napoleon of the Old Dominion," that their instigation, and that they had pledgedthrmsrlvcs hat, which fen off, and was found nol have been the Susquehanna ; for a co.

is not correct, either for the banks h bo would be distanced, and offers to take to recognize Don Carlos as King eight feet from the body. His pockets were ting the of the Pilots who saw the
story ity
The steamboat Ockmulgee, from Savannah 0
that give; credit, or for the community i in : brought as arut of her; :six for to 1 of the fact were curcnt. The averageof of Spain the moment they should learn of hi-s inside out and emptied, but the watchwas and schooner together, the former was !
cargo left.
which is given. Credit should to the the odds ', I 1 in'o' Madrid. o
go was now ; lo v.s. Picton.U lo entry 25 miles from land al 3 1-2 P. M.
tified to be used in the on
many and never to the fcwns well for lho.se barges navigating \ Fanny Wyatt, and 4 to t vs. lingo or I "B.u-ONXE, Oct. 2, hall past 3, P. :1- The report of the pistol was distinctly. urday, and could not have sailed 33 !
shoals and narrow rivers, in the
'that give it as for those that receive. Will I I ensuingcampaign. : Lady Clil lcl. All blowed out strong_; none 0 I I Te!: Government has revoked the heard b the whole neighborhood, and by further in a half hour, which it must m

wisdom come by experience ? in field discovered an symptoms of sending, the five battalions from St. Sabasti- hs wile. But, from the fact that the report done to have been Baxter 1
seen
Within three week understand ) by Cap it
past we was: followed by a loud howling and barkingof
distress. an into Castile: where !
they
--- -- are no longer re'Iuilccl 5 P. M., 53 miles from land.
an express rider between Mic.inopy, has We to that Min Don Carlos, was on the 25th ult. i in dogs, no notice was taken of it; aud the Besidesl;
From the New York Court r. been murdered Indians regret say ro pulled up[ we have the positive testimony
by as Mipposed. dead lame: he started in the hc.itat Arranda de Duero. He had I body was hot discovered till the followingmorning. Capl
The
; was el'iroui
following communication the sub tle that he the
on : The brig Hdiiiet Brainenl. wan sold by J Spinny,. passed Susquehannaf ll
ject of the new entrance to our harbour, bis this risk, .13 ti'u owner one fully awar + and |".IIU. ut.larlatc The Queen's troops were-
order of tiV Court on Tuesday las', and 8 A. M. on Sunday, 36 miles east of
I fien. assured after the \v\ to meet them. The Mr. Lyman left dependent family, and C
reached us fr : souice which entitles it t knocked offal $1.100. ; I..ine us race, was I I /"in parry in favor of J a
to the highest nsideration. utterly broken down. I was a proud, day for. Constitution of 1837 has prevailed in thei hit murderers must have known that be had Henlopen.
The schr. soUl Neither were the ship fire and the xir
Caspian was on account on
"
channel Col. who bred t\\1 of the bust horses i I elections at Madrid.: money. I was afterwards found that then
at Hook. \\\11
The
new Sandy -The of all concerned the in the and schooner
on same ai.d ship seen Ex
passage> of the line ship Ohio by this channel, day in the race, /'ic/onand Fanny Wyatt. This l Two otllr dispatches arc also puL1islll'c J were $600 missing from( the large) packageof company the
has confirmed the statement made of its brought $3575. % PictonN fifth race this fall; be is tin very I by the Ministerial journal; one money, 200 of which, (as appears from gether by pilots on Saturday, suppooj

'de'plh. aOd, port for dusk
Later still from PlorirlaThc U. S. quehanna ; at they were I*
New York. sumptuous looking colt never made a track. I Oraa over Cabrera near Hnetc, which wasI bought wheat with, and the residue, it is supposed see
The 22 feel steamer Polnsctt, C.+pt. TIIATIICN, arrive Col. Selden was congratulated on all sides! on I previously known' by the telegraph on Sunday he had in his wallet, which was taken gether off Indian River I is probabl+ '
Ohiodrawing water, went lo
with feel of this morning! in 24 hours from Black Cierk, thy !rilli.lt'ictury achieved by ; (Jlill- I (' and by the Madrid papers ofI J by his murderers, as were also several gold a large ship has been captured k
sea seven water under her keel I, 111) \"cuilg
Bl young ebb. (when the water had fallori with: despatches. Wo arc indebted to Cap! den' ; the intelligence of il will Ilc heartof t I ') ; other from Bayonne of the 30thI pieces, which it is known Mr. L. had with by pirates, a a suspicious looking 'ta"been

, from eight to twelve inches,) and so well T. for the following; infornrition: I' her chivalrous breeder ((;cn. Emory:, of' 'I lul, forwarded from that place two hours ear him. The money missing was found in i seen upon this coast by captain CQ

convinced am I of the perfect usefulness Caledonia Tho ships. Tuskini' from Ne.'w-Y >ik I:; | Md, now in Ijirropc; ,) leap for joy.rc i than the dispatch received by Go\er- wood pile, and the handkerchief in xvhhh it but we cannot now believe that it wa

and safety. of this new channel, I should feel Point Comfoil Brander have, and Jeffi-on' fro.n OKI 1'j should delight to CII lit to him.. Fanny ment on Monday, and, containing a report ofa was wrapped has been nearly identified Susquehanna.

no hesitation;even were wind and tide both ariived at Tampa Bay. j Wyatt !has. WUI imperishable honors h Ill novemcnt of Dun Carlos, mentioned in llio: Three young men, Petavius Baron, aged 18, -

unfavouiablc, to it steam The Express: on Sunday, (veslerd.iyj. | style in which she each heat. )She Madrid{ journals, received by post yesterday and Peter Fillwell and Thomas Bennett, DREADFUL DJS.\STER-Our Orleia
attempt by cOltc.ter
with (he above draft; neither should power I hesitate brought no vs: of tin? capture, by the :Mail' j i' and the winner wil "meet ajrain at 1IIIppi. I afternoon, aid; contradicted by the dispatch armed 21, have been arrested on suspicion Slip received by last right's Express m

to beat a good: working frigate in Guard, of a Chief, Or.m-Mico: and tWit j I After 7 .] 43: 1 1-..-7 ;( --, c t,; given above. Barn, as the officer was preparing to arre.st bring us the melancholy intelligence 0
at -
other [India few loss of the Monmouth her
miles steamer
; a n I on
half flood, while the remain I'rum'Tanpp.a aJ"A willJe., little room t doubt the, truth of -- him, passed lime wood pile on his '
present buoys I ou way
as ,
of the from New Orleans .
il'C 5 Arkansas with
part was; lI11vill" South. 'n'l ntsman. to
army
lat from
they arc. 0Stcamboat I 'm1; k. week that trainers and horses the City Hotel to the Kail road depot t, :

The public ships of war, whose draft of 1 11,11 alike' imjrn'c within two years. TIl JWutiilll/rmtiml.-J\n eminent scion- but the officer rar lo the depot in anotherdirection 611 emigrating Creek Indian Pasar'ae .:
Explosion.Ve are! to i engaged in The Monmouth was inn into by the

gentleman present maturing
,water exceeds 24 feet, would in sorry present: i in the shade the performances tife and therefore did nol see Darn
many cases record u ,melancholy accident, \\ hich took! of the "cracks" an invention which promises to lead Tremont while in tow of the steamer "Warra
ul the
euisandis in
previous place the wood
lie pile.
delayed crossing the bar without this ) money
new. place about\ five o'clock yesterd afternoon t, I j in i! to the most, astonishing results, and to exertvat a I on the evening of the 31st ult., in
and in superior to lilt. be Since the above was in learn
nvcnuc we cannot a national respects n1tcll type, we Prop
; point of at English's: terry, t and ,
Pirton
da fiom immeciatelr.
view look to this in twcel Ecilhc t the Rochester Daily Adveiliser that
discovery anyother light Delaware. The steam f ferry boat Delawarehad I led end 11'1) brim ,1' 1: It is an electric telegraph;, the powers : cabin parted from the hul afier( drift;.
than an important one, and for which I frll' c'lIctl crowded, I Baron has confessed the whole transaction,
we arc arrived about live minutes' Ijrfore! I Iof I which} much those of time some distance down broke to
tromthe in 7 41 I a. surpass common rvlr piI
mainly indebted to the enterprise, the zeal, pulling up inside tindistHiice' I: I and stales that shot Lyman and
city, and landed most of her passengers, Ialc instrument bearing that I name, as the I Filwll All the whites on board with the
and the abilities of Lieutenant Thomas 11tledney. not a Ilrfnan on the ground doubts his ability ar look the ariusl of these three exeepl
t when her boiler burst with a terrific explosion In \c dUll! it in 741)). His pcilormunccis ; of'priuti:.; surpasses tin picture writing of the has led to money.the arrest of others, liar other of- lion of the bar keeper and one '
tint ;Ide.w "f the deck: and '' Mexicans. Tin consists of five aved--whil horrible{ to relate it steele
up part ;;, t-ire t tin; choisfst, feather in life of telegraph The is
Let not the exertions of that officer cap importedLuboroii ftl'f sufferings of Mrs. Lyman
productive out a considerably portion of her hides.! .\' wires, enclosed l in a sheath of India i rubber, : ar over three hundred of the unfortunate
will far. settle f
of.so much good and practical: benefit l, all o I (to the question I said to be extreme. She left her husband !
soon a; the sudden terror caused lhi; : which isolates them from each other, and dians met with a !
by
watery
whether tin stallions I pro- grave
!
be forgotten. PILOT. ; imported can gc.t t well, and found him murdered.
event had somewhat subsided,, a search was:a four mile winners.I'ruii 1 tects them from tin extl'l nal air. A galvan-
P. S. With a free for HARD MONEY.We .
passage our ships made (for those on board, when 31 Ir. Thorn', I I I ic trough or pile. i is placed at one end of Ihtins c -
c+f the liuc byway of Sandy Hook, and an the enginocr, and a littla boy supposed to I be tinNew Yank (Exprc: I which acts upon needles at tin other. The Steward of the Home has generously) I find in a recent French paper tbuotdilation
'other which
certainly exists by way of t the a p.iddeiigi'r: : but whose na-nu. i-i > not I known, i i LONDON, Oct. l. -- Thc !''colds.-.t fn rand' when anyoftlc wires is put in communication is come forward in the N. Y. Commercial, to :

Sound, through Hurl Gate, (proper sac'nut were discovered to bo missing.; Another i 1 timer improvement Ins t.lkc'l place in the val-I 'I with trough, a motion is instantly) contradict the reports about the intemperance The money capital of the principal ceU

have power being employed) any enemy would boy was thrown into the Ucla+varc, and taken, lie of the funded and unfunded debt this week, produced in the needle at the other extremity of Captain White. He says, that ihe tie of Europe was recently fire miUi

two to resort to the necessity of keeping up out by Honitt bystandeis, just as h<; was duappparin I and I limn I indications t arc still t, very strong in I fa. I which motion ceases the moment the connection ;- Captain did not "after they got under weigh, of francs, equal to about a thou,3n

, in other squadrons to blockade that single purl i; <; for the last time beneath the sur I \ur of an additional. improvement, the main, I'' between til wire and trough, U i suspentied. leave his post at ihe ,wheel to the best of my dollars. Of this amour it is estimarf: >

render the words above"kaep both eyes open." To I face. We und"Ttand tai is i the first accident cause of! whi.I is the ;great; abundance nf calm I .-The \ wires may thus denote: as knowledge, all that night, nor until he was that one-fifth has been exported to the Hf

It East channel and new the channel, as; well as the t I of the kind that his ever o"! urred on I ital, who will be SO'J increased by the payment 1 many letters; and by binary or ternary combination called to breakfast the next morning- be did world, aid absorbed by various loans, &Hihere
old
safe and of channel, more the waters of tho! Ucllwaro.-llhilaccpha !' of the interest on those portions of the tin six and twenty letters of the al J- not, to the best of my knowledge and belief, -leaving in Europe about 800 millif I"

be erected easy access the elm a monument should I Inquirer. \ British securities fixed to be liquidated[ afier I represented.-By a eat any thing after that until the next day after f- uf dollar. These 800 millions conslit,

murk, which near will. for all.tee,One as a loading ----- -- j I It Itlc 10th, instant. The rise this week, on the I simple, mechanical contrivance, the Comm we were wrecked on tho Ocracoke.e Island l- the base of 7,400 milons-tho estimate
seive of
stone, 70 or 80 feet high, will answer rough whichby : Treaty with the Wiiincbagocs*- A treaty: t i, extreme quotations has been about ,\ to ;jj) per 'I j 1'"catll' between the wires and trough may b and did not sleep from the time we h left floating gaper debt o rope; of alii

being with the Wimiebagoe.H ( Washington' !i cent on Co 1"01, and l-l per cent au the Iut'. established' and !stopped as the ktof the piano New York until about 5 o'clock, p. N. on paper money, commercial bills and jo
brought to with; the back I.ystlu '
on Staten Island, will range for land I Globe,) was signed on 1st instant .r It the vy stocks. The steady :lh.alcl in the prices I I 1 forte are touched by the (hand, of a prac'I Monday. And I do believe that al captain stock, estimated at 4,000 million mar
: se.no ije above
channels better than ( war office, by the Commissioner' r of Indian j has not led to any increased! speculation,tll.eI I trial musician, and the indications will be exhibited White drank during the whole onboard making an aggregate of eleven thousand ft

ble to change. : any floating objects lia Affiirs/ on the part of the United States- ;, who usually operate (for a fall bein.j very a ij I II ,- I at the other end of the chain of wires was not more than two glasses of Absynlhe hundred miIi:7 of dollars, with n specie

i'Vitir title to land cast of the Mississippi iscxtinjjislied i preheiisivc that without the occurrence oral t)I as quickly as they can be read off.--In the Cordial, both. of which I gave to him, one in sis of orn fraction less t dom

--- --- -- and they arc to remove In that j i I political event of importance I all of an tmj experiments already made, the chain of wire I the morning and one in the afternoon both : dollar in coin for fourteen of paper. fi

News papers.-Tho Honorable Judge part of the neutral? ground, west of that river, j j favorable! character, it will bo nseleswhile j has been extended to a length; of five milesby of wbich was from the bottle from which I This is rather a discouraging iW *
Longsireel "Small is the i ; is su alma lant/u: Hear the who would insist at nil hazard,uj je j
at
says sum required whic'h's conveyed; to them in 1S32. They! money present I ( forming numerous coils within a limited had been giving some to the ladies, some of those
to patronize a new>'p iper, and amply j moment. The further improvement of the surface,) and the two ends I whom a purely metallic cuirency.It .
also
remunerated :- relinquish' the:" right to )', t + being placed near w'Cr08eaal+;k. He ((captain White)
except
i k the patron. I care nol ho-.v for h'urilin;?, a strip of( ,'and twenty occupy miles in+ !, funds in the face of the anticipated falling off each other, it is found that the transmission of, was completely worn out with fatigue, and would hardly suit the farmer, \I'pfn'

humble and unpretending is ihe gnzetto he I. widthadjryiuiugaeJ,! west of the Mississippi. j of the receipts {in limn revenue, and largo; the electric action i is, so far as the hnman j' being entirely drenched with water the whole hend, to sell for one silver dollar, ,!l

takes. It is next to impossible to fill a. They are Ito receive-in I sums now required to be paid l into the Customs senses can discern, perfectly( instaneons. Little I''time, from Sunday noon until vessel now obtains fourteen paper dollars '! .
good ,
sheet fifty-two limes a year without provisions Excise> and other public departments, doubt is entertained that it the I the journeyman carpenter to take 734
I puling agiicultural assistance, education :She I may be conveyed l I struck. I think that captain While every
into It something that: is worth the payment may be cOlslderlJ as rather unusual cir in silver, (for his week's \A &
an
lion >subscrip: of their d'tbtsj: and the claims of iI' car I over a hundred thousaRt miles with the thing thai he could to svve the vessel audlives. wages. '
price. relatives of mixed blood I, und in I CUlsttncL. same velocity, and the powers of alto }instrument l ." would bo thb issue ofl InlioJucing nail1.
Every parent whose is oft" perrancni'ncome Tho statement In circulation relative cite metallic circul :tio*
son lYorn
him secured by investments to the promise to bo as great as its urctron He admits that the bar.as broken open an exclusively
in ;
at school afe I I I
should supply him with a produce of the revenue for the which rapid. will be
news 'locks-$1.500,000, In quarter J not confined, }ike the common by some of the passengers-iho liquors were
paper. I well! remember what marked cnnsoqiienco' of has nejHy arrived at its conclusion We indebted to !. E. D.R
a dif the: indisposition of the Xyonimissionur' arc not telegraph, to the transmission of a fewcnt"H'C all, afterwards, thrown overboard.-There are Cap

ference schoolmates then was bnlwcen those of my few public: councils hive been bald rtith, but the favorable: but if we are informed) correctly) or a short! message, and this only were other Captains on board, and iheSteward ,tvlt. arrived here in brig :\ju, O:

not who had, and others who had Winnebiigoes. there arc no gri.unU for file assertion that therecci'iits in the day time, in clear weather, and by repeated (D. B. Mine) snsrpects, that one. Key, for the Nassau Royal! ,**a ze

equal access lha first to ,newspaper Other:r things ._ .. I I [ will show i very heavy deficiencycottipam'ud as operation, each consuming 4 portionof of these might miltakel) far cap- 1 1th inst. fir.n which we copy the f
I -
was always decidedly -- -- with the income of in time (for while. it slave, .
: works c
aupo- Marine' tla country by day or } it lain White. _
raor to the Insurance. aPAnother
laid', in debate! and -Tim past snmmui the > will ni"lit African slaver has c
composition and correspond ing period of tin? previous yea r. i convey intelligence with the speed of ben
at least. autumn
fhe. >Yeason is plain: they had have been remarkable fo the When the prostrate condition which trade[ thought, and with such copiousness and ease Augusta, Ga. Oct. 21.-In the statement with upwards of. 80 on 61
amount of
u command} of more fact. A newspaper is of property which destroyed at sea, in consequence t- and commerce. has !been in is considered, it I I that a speech slowly spoken in London mightbe } which was rude the other day of the strenAtb her to add. to the nuisance of the try.f-

"history f current events, as weft as n co buttered the marine ortkea have must be expected that tho revenue would S be : written: down in Edinburgh, each semen of parties in the Legislature, we of these: mfortuqate being* nlrttadJr I. '.
pious and
interesting miscellany which severely Within a period of eleven much affects No siaiemunls upon which appearing o.i paper within a few minutes after ihe Union members of the at 89,and island fur after a selection, uan roM 1
youths will, peruse with delight when the days, the following heavy losses have I reliance be the State 70 io all 163 fit make soldiers of the;
will read ) been heard from ful may placed ran yet t be mado it was uttered four hundred miles off. Riuhrs at making are to I ,
insured -
nothing else. the in State street for lima probable deficiency, as on the first two iremher. *. There ae 178 members in that aranot wanted, and, ,when allowed ro'

i father of ao intetcsting& family, residing smaller amounts here staled, beidcl many! days of next week, very la'rge Indian Chiefs.-A number of Ind'err body and the mistake occurred in our reckoning vide for themselvva become wretch

urea Detroit not long since stopped the on ones, which would considerably ly be paid: into the Treasury for mnnts.wi. e Chiefs(. of the Cherokee Ration are now in of t the Union mwinber We counted denlilute. There are other, colonies.bl

ly newapaperbicb be fcad ever allowed !lwel the aggregate. ,-brty Toucan, of fl.;- is not so much animation among the commercial this city; part of whom are oil their way to 79 State Right members, and deducted t that most de.irotisto'obtutn' these PeP'eseernt .

njmteir.orf.mily that bs could and sole)y bA the ground ton.$52,000$53,000.sh, p Hope, of Jblllddphia, interests as wo have noticed for come Washington city-iho others! { to"FloJrida. I number' from 168; instead of 178. There b plivjr'ortrw' time to land,tkk +d
: not afford the expert**. This ; ship Emerald. of weeks past. Tho state of l.un' 99 Union momborsin'tho. loans '
mau.chows $38,000 uncertainty which Their'object: is 19 have_ 'with are ; ; ma hero, oppose everjrobstacle.toing
r ota *p fourteen dollars and di l rt tr ; ship Boston of Salem, $ SOOOi; prevails as to what course the Congress ,of the Seminoles as mediators between them I! i011 majority' .of jOt which, added to 10. removed to. those a
worth .phlce. wbeJ.
of wfcacco every year ship$188,000 Unea. Boston of Duxbury. $20,000. Total, tho U. S. will adopt in reference to the great and the General GovCrn oDt.-C arrd1! the Senate makes a'majority of.30 ::001 joint might bo- made useful meleo1"'J ,

j Daily Adv. apd important question before them, tends lo patriot, J bal '!.-CJnmterV., tnunity.-Yur folk y:



--- -- V f .. --rJ ... --a, : ; .
p--- -. ._ -
LAT .
raox TE.XAS.-Bj the schooner -- -t 1w
l r : I -J--- -- 1 r ._ i .I.... -
'
fr Diadem, rived at New Orleana on the 2d NOTICE. I LAND FORNElfYOAK.THE tUlLJk. 4I Ii""e'\ -

instant, from Galveston. intelligence 20 days persons indebted to the estate of the late ON ST. MARKS RIVER FOR SALE, TfS hereby giTeT,tkt book of sntacriptioti! for

,U n..1LLlJmb later from Texas has been received. The A : W. KING, of Cbattahoochee, are Near to the contemplated new City 8(. mujter now Brit Todbc J&ttau,will HIT tail with Talbot des- J| the taking ofhalf million of dollars" at..5tOCkii
Texas make immediate! payment to the o the Uoioft Bank Florida, viH b* "P..at
Congress has declared that Mark For
the law ipa/h. freight having
ER 18. 1837.communiC1tinn ; and ihosse having claims: against flie .UbI or pustfe, the following peesoathe( 18th day;of this mofth.
S1fVRD.\, KOVEM granting 640 acres of land to all actual settlers estate will present them duly authenticated, I WILL sell on Saturday, the If ih ins. the tract good tccoiiodations apply' to fhciDMi on board under tbe directions of the following person; and

shall continue in force for six months the time prescribed by law, or they will of land on the east side of St. Marks rivcr, for- at St. M.irks, or to R. Lyon. to remain open at TaHfthtstte for th space of 60

of "D." has been longer from the 1st November arred JOA. ROBINSON,b. fore.c. nv-ly the residence of Jesse H Willis, known nst Oc/ober 25, 12tfFORNKWYOKK. days, a.id al St. Augustine and JacksoaTiUe thirty
1837; and \ Chester 160 and 1Parkbihl
absence about
containing
18 1837. 15-2m a-rear abut
the temporary I days
fCtirrd| but, owing 10 after that time 320 acres will be ceded to all one mile front on the river. It is principally 'el
week. Sam \
Etlilor, Las 1 len laid over until next who settle in Texas within G months. The JUST u-ccited per Some t, 1UO baskets Seed mock I"Dd. heavily cfvcrrd with timbr. is the THE Brig SCSQCESUN.NA, J, Bright 1
Y"M In
lhe} must be our apology for the want inducements held immediate .; tOO bbls. Irish Potatoes; 50 halt sHay: nearest Oak and hickory land to contemplate master. For freight or passage, haying ; Ed. B. J Ttllahmwec.

fb': .b6enC't the cJioria: departmtnt uf our nut to emigrantsin Female by R. II. BERRY- terminus oftHe railroad on the east side excellent accommodations, apply Tom Peter Chaires, j "f'

1 1ere l iu" Tex i it very gr.ut.TnEtuRT. .As i will hp positively sold it will b a speculation to the roaster on hoard, or to Robert Lyon. Joseph BrLaicaster, )

number.nhoow to one, in the sale of the fire-wood October 25. 1837 12-lf
:.Ko t NOI'kE. any fre-wao.or Isaiah D. Hart > J. *IIjl ..
f ,------ 15'JlWILL lots, fdr the! new city of St. ,
grIerttV! believed that I the S dstiue- DEFARTMENT 1 he sold at pubic'! sll le, on Satu.day, the _. R- J. hACKLE Auctioneer.Nov FOR LIVERPOOL John Warren /
November 11837. ) iiii t. at R.-bl'\\ Ire's house.on theCbau ,
10 1837. Abraham Du
14
to her deswuh Pont
her
I k safelv soling l on way In conformity to the 13th section of the I hQhee. all Lhe )personal piopcrty of the late & THE Ship OCONEE, W. L Lyon St. ,
IBDI Edwin T. Atigtuti
had contend no other Stue matter. For hiving Jenks }[
lIa'in IJ Oct. 12.18i7. I Joseph ;, \iz: Goods consisting 3!r CITY TAXES freight or passage,
act of "to authorize the i issuing
rd rlrt Plight' arise from adverse winds. I try Good, GrocniCt. &c. is hereby given, that after the 20th day > superior accommodations,apply to Daniel S. Griswold,

&J5t'us\ thin Liverpool the citizens of of treasury notes/' it is hereby published Also, two Horses, :yoke of Oxen besides 1 variety NOTICE month, all persons indebted to Robert Lyon or the master: at St, Marks. JOHN PARKHILL Caah.

III hct first trip! tl' that the whole! amount issued during the last of other art ides. the city:: for taxes present, and who ere defaulters will be October 25, 19-tf October 14, 1837.

, delia vcre tlirown! into a slate of the month has been $52,723 83. Sale to commence at 10'clock precisely. Terms returned. and execution i issued forthwith against NOTICE.
$ *
THE following names are the eppri.r p-
I made known oil the of tie by
that day s
and dismay, by a report them S. H. COURTNEY
I 1tfSt inxieiv LEVI WOODBURY, .JON A. ROBINSON, I I WILL ot a proper time apply to the Hon. pointed to appraise property in their retpedi
1.J, been Jesirnyed at f-ea by fire, and all oniuosU Secretary of the Treasur) Nov. is, 1837. Curator. Nov. 10. 1837. 14 3i City Irihal Judge of Leo.i County Court, to be appointed counties, to secure sawcnptions to the cxten. of

t ASIA the present instance, however, ---- -- NOTICE Guardian for John D. Sanders and Saroe E. ..LIIdrs the stock of theUNION

JEWELRY STORE. as they and the.r effects are without BANK OF FLORIDA.
iMn quieted by the arrival? of thousand iver'that application will be made to protection -
wcie three hundred arid hereby ,
:JIB ., I I EigHt thirty rfflHE subscriber would rtsprclfully inform the IS f., Also, at ..he same time, appliotion will be County of St. Johns. -

Collier packrt. wllith reported the Stuque I eight custom house bonds have laid over unpaid Ji citizens of Tallahassee and its \iciniiy, that the Hon.If the Judge six ot weeks the Superior afkr date! Court for rtne made for John I). Sanders to be bound out until he William Livingston, Frederick Wefden Simeon
( ,
rf/ icc,ti." It now only seems doubtful! I since the stoppage of the bank: in New he has just received per ship O,'once, from New 'coun'y(0 G"Jsen. 77 and78, with the improvement permission is twenty: years <>f age. S. /. RU3SfcILLSi.pt. < Sanchez, Joseph M Hernandez, John M Fontaae.

hltln. ijieril'f "l 1ng. l 11m', blark schooner," was a York alone. THe dcpoSlte banks In the York a rich assortment of Jewelry and fancy nrti- thereon. lying:in the t>u n duincy, in taid 23, 1837. 7-t7w, County ef Duv l. .
"/I des, among which arc fine 2'<1J cLroniimeier the late Francis A. Joseph B Lancaster:Wm B Ro .John Warren,
boat, or an idle phantom of Union also had twelte millions of dcpositcs wrcl- county. formerly occupied by NOTICE.
ba dler5.4ivster| e!, ihilepcndcnt second winches: 101,1 patent l Csh. dec'd, and now the property of his leftl; rePrit.tatises. I. J D Hint Josiah Gates.
brJi/l unpaid. The oppoitien insist that the Government watches, Skeleton wnlrhcs, and a large; assortMent THOS. BALTZELL, SIX months after date, I shall present my ac County or Ala cht: ".

collect these bonds and of watches: gold chains of all descriptions, fob and vouchers, and apply t> the Hon.
must not sih'e ..Jltorney for the representatives.Nov. B M Dell, Thos Colding, Samuet Piks/jr, Cotton -
Fao" Tilt WEIT.-Intelllgence has just been must not press the banks; and yet they resist ehrtins, ladies' rich guard chl\ins.i gold pencil cases, 10, 1837. 14 6w County and Court diMh Jefferson from the tounty administration, for a final settlement of the- Rowles,Jesse 11anlyCuunJy .
god! thimbles, gold anil Mixer iii.'iint.d scissors, 'nd .f the' capture, by Captain Evans, of the issue of Treasury notes, to enable the diamond pins, diamond rings; I nch assortment ot ; NOTICE. estate James Hall, late of sal fJ conrty, deceased. Seaborn Ross Jacob Columbia Sumrneibn-Jamd*% Ivnso-

.MY!'Indians, on Ihe Apalachicnla river, near Government to indulge its debtor and strive ladies' ear rings, a few pair of the latest sty:.", 4-c. NOTE draw by Samuf.l. B Wilson! and made JAMES L. PARISH, black, James Livingston, Robert &ow, .-

I juhnidof Lake W Imico. They were nearly all they can to bankrupt the treasury and the Silver Plated Hare comprising castors, candlc- J:5L: payable to Robert L. Harrison, and endoised Aug.19,1837. 26m Adm'r.NOTICE. County ol'Hatuilton.

I' :t irarrlors, and, hut for the promptness and people at the same time. -Bostofi Daily Hicks, C.'kf and fruit baskets: lea. sets, \ns. 4c.Ladies' .- by him and James Larimer, for $li5i, dated July James Belt, Daniel Bell, Fran JoHo.treler
r fancy work and dressh' tabes! fancy bJX-: 161h. 1836, payable 12 months aft' r date, at the
I \V. Law Archibald JfcRae. *
E. in them before Advocate. I Ii weeks after date, application will be made ,
.JA..- nl Cant., surrounding. cs, dressing ca-.cs, Rms'l I'atller traveling caste, i Union CanK, anJ by mc held in pirt payment for SIX Coon of Madison.
the Honorable Jude of the court of ty
1.kl' Discovered the of the whiles musical boxen, oral1 ,III uitrr! flute. flageolets the premises now OCCUJHC I by aid R. LHariisDn, I roanty
presence and Leon County for leiteis of administration on the John Miller! John C McGehee H9 inionR J
made defence. Extra )rdinaiy very yroper precau 4 c. A ric'i a ,Olm"n'tf N,2ar's and of the late tirm of Harrison &. Wilson, having been
flij; doubtless have a desperate estate of Richard C. Parish, dec. Mays, Samuel B Richardson.
ions: have been taken by Captain PennoJ.r.of Christmas presents; Hue puns amllist.ls. in cases; : lost, all persons are warned against trading for said JOHN D PARISH Countv of Jefferson.
Coding renstance hopeless, and escape imprac cutlery and fancy toys, cheap for I as a thereof las been established in the
fitting whic wil
n\lte. copy
the
packet
new steam Neptune now 30 Livingston
September 'h. 1837 8-6w F McRae Moses lli* James Sit Woi
,
jcablf, they surrendered themselves prisoners. cash, or approved GEn.ipDI iipcnor Couit, anl will lake precedence of the original. S
out at New York, to run between that A I Paul Ulmer.
Gernn JJ'M H. WILDER. NOTICE.
of I
.Mj receiving assurances personal jafety and to the loss of! The subscr.beronld also inform : that County of Leon.
rity Chareston. prevent : public, 5!. Snydcr. .
the 'friendly! Indians, who were sent in for I per Tallahassee, Sept. 30, 1837.SIX John Willey Kenneth Bembry Jofcft Wes, R
first \\oikmanlal Pans ,
n life in case to the boat. The having engaged -ly from Quincy, Nov., 1837. 14-3t ; weeks after the publication hereof I shall
. rifles ammunition andinanity he i now the of Y Welford! John Taylor.
Twenty to
3! purpose. Courier says:-- I'reparl0 uten.J n.ending to the County Court of Leon county, of Gadsden.D .
of which they had plunderedJOB watrhes, jewery. &c. NOTICE for letters administration on the estate of dan- County
. whiles properly found in their ion. The life preserving mattresses will save NO\.I 1 IS'.C. I5-4t I HAVE (or sale an elegant four horse carriage, viII Shepperd and Lewis Shepperddec'dtwo men I. Kenan, John "Mc.Millen, George /TBrntoir
were I
posses Banks Meacham.
150 persons. made by J. C. Hedenberg, of Newark, to order of flourla.te of Leon county. AnJrew Johnson "
rill is the same party which was lately pursued Two quarter boats, 60 FOR BA LTI10 E. i| and is now quite new, hiving been used a very short 86w WM.P. DUVAL. County Jackson.

the company volunteers from Apalachicola, One lire boat, 60 JJ- The brig ED WIN, Cnp'ain Holmes, I tune; it is sutficiently light for only two horses..Jlso William Robinson Young,John R Chapmsrr,

Jer the command ef Captain Chiuenden. and her 20* will sail lor Baltimore about the t0Jiii1t. ) R splendid pair of match! hr'res, young, COTTON Peter Simmons, Samuel C Bellamy.
-nd stern boat, handsome, 4' well' broke. A bargain may be ha I in County oi Franklin.Wm .
For Ircight or passage, apply to .TE will purthns: Cotton *t the highest market
too then evinced their indomitable spirit by Besides, she i is provided \.t1 any quantityof tie captain on board, St. Afarks, or the coach and hainess, as 1 have now no uc for 1I Y price during the season. G Porter, T Orman,H F Simmons, P-W

royinp their infants, in order to effect their life preservers. a tin'in Apply to me at Ma'iama.orniy flantattr M.3RTIN & HJRT. Gautierscn., Wm M Roulel.
I
to TURBUTT R. BETTON,
!pe. They report another party, tlf about NJ\- 2t !: near thereSAM'L.. C. BELLAMY. September: 30.h, 1837. 8-4w County Washington._
8,1337. ConigiieeFOR
I Rock Cave, Nov. 7, 18)7. 14 8t Wm M Loftin.Joteph Croskv.. fTdshineton Ta-
From the B.hlmote American.
:0 mrn. at sonic distance from the Apalachi- t Lor Jones James -
Bright
BOSTO TEN DOLLARS REWARD. U'ilcy ,
Another Gale. The steamboat Columbus
..1. and Governor Call leaves town to-day for I I- NOTICE.IX County Walton.James ,

tatialjoochee; raise a force I. proceed imme from Norfolk, due on Monday did not reach The brig Lucerne, Captain Biker, weeks after date, I S'It131'ply' tothe Judgeof S TOLEN from the subscriber on the night of L M1 Kenan:H J Uarascy, Dan McLebd,
will sail for Hu lon about the 20th inst
the 14th October last dark Horse
here until yesterday about noon, having beenprevented I the County Court of Gadsden county, for a bay five N Mitchell, Neil McLeltan.County .
itrly ill pursuit of them. For freight or passage"pply to tie: letters of administration the of feat four inches high one hind foot white, and a
I on estate JosephV. of Escambia.
from leaving Norfolk at her regular captain nn h ard, at i>t '.nk., or toTURBUT1'RBCTTON small white speck in the face. Whoever will deliver -
; Km' dcr'd late ol said
c.unty.JONA. Jackson Morton, George Willis, John M Hunt,
vesJ frftm the Noilh brings back lo time in consequence of the prevalence of a ROBINSON: the said horse or inform me where he i is,
M Blount F J
try Thomas ,
Nov I 8:7.: 2i Cuns'gnee. I Commlns-
shall receive die above reward.
blow. the Norfulk Beacon
heavy A slip from I- I :0II 1937- 11-Gw
:homes many of our citizens who have bee11nprd lY.'. JOHNSON. County of Nassau.

in the pursuit of business or pleasure, dated on lIondaYi has the following : NOTICE. I NOTICE. November 4, 1S37. 13-tf Lewis Bailey, Thomas Braddock Thomas fllf-
A wind has been I LL indebted the Kedar Vann Inbotham James J Wm Franks.
tt-'he blowing to estate are ftcrdaei i iyiJ Cooper,
lo c', forward a>id settle sam THIRTY County of Dade.
strongly from the North for three days pas\, requested me tlc ; ; A. Cameron, Ju'Ige! of the Superior Cotton Gins
\ft edo not intend casting a reflection upon our and all those ; le but on Saturday night it veered to the NorthEast I Ila\'ile present Court fur Jackson county for !leave to sell toe real Iron framed cotton gins, from Braintroe ma
xighbours ol the North neither do we wish tosquirt 1 settlement within ,I" t'in1' prescribed l hy !law, or be SIX A Steel.
and blew a regular gale. Tides are highin I barred from all in *aid' rstae.JIUIACE i Citite belonging to Barna McKmnc, dcc'd. expected daily at Kit. Marks in the

into the justice of the appellation which! the Borough, and some damage will be interest VJNN, AJm'r.Octobr I I ANDREW YOUNG Adm'r.Nov Brig Lavina, for sale at the manufacturer's price.T. County Musqmtto..
( II 1337. lilt County of\1 u nroe.
characterized them. La nd of steady habits! ? 1837. 9 R. BETTON.
sustained. "We apprehend some difficulty in Nov 12 1S37. 14 if F A Brown, C M Kelly, J A Thouron, George
iid yd not one of our citizens that can boast the case of ,vessels on the North Carolina BOOK-U1NDERY. LOST. E Weaver, Alexander Patterson.

ark sociability, who does not return with an TIE Subscribers have opened !bindery, Til1 I. WAS 1 I. at at cr near the post office in New Or- HAVANA SEGARS. I advertisement will! l be sufficient authority-

jttmninable yarn about the gaiety, the hnspila coast.We learn that during the gale at Norfolk, 1 and are prepared to execute all branches !, about the 23th of October, a letter U OOO very superior Havana SEGARS, imported the appra'sers and others to at.

the frolic' which has characterized his of their business" in as tood :stj'le as can be dune nddiesscd I l.y the subscriber to JamesV Breedlove, direct,just received and fut sale at the Any three of the a[praise rs will be competent to
ft/jive, the warehouse of Mr. Myers, containing I elsew h're. j Tsq. and in it the first of a bill of exchanse, drawn AUCTION MART by It. HACKLEY act. ,

urn among his summer acquaintances. For large quantity of merchandise just bndvd Paper ruled foi bills, letters: 4-c. I nl Mcmj.lim, Tcnii. March lltii, 1837, by Marcus September 30ih, 1837 8-tf JOHN RKHILL, Cashier.

own part we like to see this, and we like 'to from a vessel from the West Indies, fell down Particular. attcnii\ )p tid to re-binding old bucks Winch1 tl''r, in my lavour, and by me endorsed, onRobcson October IS, 1837.
W.'od ic Co. of N. Orleans 12rr.ontl.s trayed from St. .Marks L. handsome ItuaDPOS1Y
Florida will the above
New>p \prr<, Magazines. &c. pajable All the papers in publish
irthat amid all the bustle of in of undermined -
our largest com- supposed consequence being after date! for 14. As the with a cut on his UngueTEN
Thes bcrilrs pledge themselves ihii all or- 35,037 drawer for one month and send their accounts to the Bank
ac.tial cities, the joyous hour pastime comes by the tide, which had risen considerably : ders shn'.l' be executed! with nettness and de
Ih: the regulnnly of the sun, and gilded, too, above its ordinary level. The warehouse CUSH.VANk MAYvN AKU.Tallaliasse loss, it will bIf no value l'i any one but the under- and delivery at Mr. Hnckley's stables.J. .

which October I5h: 1837.' 10-tf suneJ t) wh>m, or Mr. Bietdlovcat, N. Orleans! M. ARMSTRONG.June subscriber has just received per brig Lu-
situated the
tie radiance uf festive mirth. was near water, into THE
, Long, long
17th Ifi37. 45
I be returnd. JESS: ,
-- -- it may II WILLIS. Jrora New York a large assortment
ay this be the case, despite of political prcju mOlt of the goods were precipitated and NOTICETI Ta'lahasre-' Nov. 8, 1337. 1 l-4t Groceries and Provision, consisting in part of

))1ttI i ; and heaven grant that llicfce "well spun must of course have tuistained injury. I DO hereby)' flrwal a: p'n'i, 1?:::111 tiading -I' EAST FLORIDA RAIL ROAD CO. Common irhikey

'rnk reach from North to South, and be The i-leam packets Pula:ki and South fur two bin P otcs hnnd, .f >;>, yivrn i by NOTICE.LL NOTICE is hereby given, that a meeting of the Old Rye do;
may of the East Florida Rail
me 10tnrv zni:It,as tIi.y were ill gal und there the Fia-icis Road Common Rum n\
Carolina both due Norfolk had t A pcr( n. in Icbtcd to estate cl ;
l at not arrived I
'electric: chain of which friend Company,will be held the first
memory, upon fore I deteriinnod< .\ n-j\cr to piy them, unless Dreu-x, late ol Loon county dic'd are le-, on Monday of February Superior ChT.mpn and Cog.iac Brandy;
Columbus i.
ap can iorever speed with the wing u!' li!*!it when the left. I' cs-iipelled by a .iue eoUr5'! uf In *'. The not-b \eicpayable 1 quisled to nuke imm. diate payment;and thoshavi l3t> at half-putt 3 o'clock, F. M. al No. Madeira, Claret and Malagafine, &e.
I" N.I Commercial Whirf, ;.n the city of Boston, lo choose Common
Tobacco
in .
January chums said notified //oney-dew
: i; against estate arc hereby to ;
& nctU'.iHoIt1Ti.LAWS : ". I buN H'. TOVNSEND.Oci.bcrlS. sent them in form, within the time Directors: for the ensuing year agreeably to the act Soap, Sugtr Coffee, Raisins;
I l'n propjr preicnl
The heallh of jl.e past summer, as, we }1avcrforf OF CNITH1 STATES r sLD AT ISi7.:: 10-41 (.1 incorr\tion.( and to transact any other Imsinesa' Pickles Cider Candles
TiE "" THF FIRST i ., .'id i Iy law, ti the uii ler igned, or they will be Porter ;
-------- -- Ihat'lIl\Y legally come before ir.V.iVlO.
remarked, has been unusually good.itlness .- SESSION': OF TiE T" TJ'rlrTI tOSCRi55. \ y.ig..lfiddle l i toicvei bived. Segars, Vinegar.Powder, Shot, &c.

is the which be urged ( \RLES BrCKSTElAd'r., HENSHA/r, .flso, a handsome assortment of Dry Gcodi,
ot.ly objection can fj
j District of Florida, Leon county. President E F R It Co.
PUBLIC-No. 1. Nov. 11, JtS17. 11V..M Clothing Crocktry, Saddlery, Hats, Caps 4<.
ipast; our climate or our country. The sum AN AT to postpone the fourth instilment, of dopOMfe : I cO sequence d t the next Sup-r.or: Couit in flostrnSet 12, 1S37. 9-lt which will be sold low on ar.commodalinr..terms.

wmontlib have indeed, until ihe past, been a ; with tie stat.- I Leon &now fixed l ty I 1\\, micrferins with the I NOTICE. NOTICE. WiLLIAM CENTER,

: cause of terror to all.'c are in high Be it encleby the Sena e and Home of Representatives -, term of the I tin Court in Franklin co.mty, (.j\ No.4 Berry's row.
ofihe United rita'ej of. merica in Con-!1 Iu't court, fur ntany trent reaioiia, C.lno.t bad- IlLL person who own raant or unnnpiovrd I O N Saturday 16th dayoCXo\'ember. I shall Per Tuscawilia! daily expected, 25 bbls. superior

however, that the loud cry against dis> assembled, That the transfer of the fou-th instal j j'Hiriid w itli' i.I reat jiuMir in<-onv,t,iien'-t;, :) I It is, j or o cnpy: propfr'y having l nck yards, in I rent to ih' highest bidder the House known I Flour, Rice, B.ICOII, &c.

trill no longer be ruined,-we mean, that ment of depoites directed to be in de with the I therefore, in ; of the po\et cotifi'led in me bylaw I M t'rell >, arc tequeitcd to cut downth-- eeds and I J aLAIBERT'StOlER, and now occupiedty I Oct. 15, 1 37. 10

mi will be no longer just reason for it. We States under the I thirteenth btction of the act oVj : ; ,oid' red and directed, that the next t'rm (if Leon lemuve all DUIS.IIICCS on them foithwith, otherwiseit James Str"art. R. J. HACKLEY.

any j 1 June iwenty-tlurJcishieen: hundred and, ;huty-six, I j Sup'ri'r CnurtC postponed and fixed <("or the sec1 w ill be d -lie at tl.er: expense.; October --711), 1857- 12-tf. PLANTATION FOR SALE.
nor of no natural cause to which may be asdlhc I 1 of Dicembir next | that I By order ot fio I Intcnd-vtit and Gout c'1.
for
I be and the sime is IK reby postponed till tle first old \Iond\y In.1 prlct8 BLACKSUITJIIXG. subscribe offers rue hi, plantation
hcjllh of the/ past season over that of I day of ofJanusry onethomiid eirhtliundj-fl and thir i I now isi'd. or t I l II' IB< I.t, be n a le ret iniaMc! to I JOHN M. TRIPP, Cons'aMr.Nov. "Jloney aced is made." THE revcn miles north-east Tallahassee,

Pro\ d l That three mvalmcn's the said: List mentioiic.i i'ay.TUOM9. 11, 16>7. 14 3t money containing 922 ofland 320 which
rpreceding neand this may tean.iodiiiunal ty-nine. .I. tho frt : i I Ii THE iubsrriutr h.s opened a shop on Pensacola acres acrs are
I under the act s'iall' runaiii with the cleared 260 have been cleared within the last
: acres
sId on ILD.\LL. ;
*'ng: which Providence intends for the fu I depMe STett i-nnitdi.itely o'|x>sit'i to the City Livery Mables -
t Stales, until oherwie die ted by I The atJ\'e order to b<: [1.lblll.1uelIy HI the i TALLAHASSEE RAIL ROAD w h..i e he ii.t-nd cat rying on the Blacksmithing two years; it adjoins the productive plantations) of

*ttu bcfctow upon us. j I J.IJa K POLK, I the memi I :of C' u t. IS now in operation from Tallahassee to St. in all its branches. He is now ready: fur .Messrs. Lorimer,Isler( Bradfort'.Taylor and Craig.

tuur friends of the North would fly I lie bleak I I Speak'i of the Ioue oCUt'prcellat1C I (Copy i Tst. { JUark and the follow: ing ra'es! of trancporta- orders in his line which will be e.xecute.yith any A new Gin house has just been erected l; a'so, two

\1. JOHNSON, Oct. 21, j37 _1-2 T//OS. H.DL'VAL.Ci'k.NOTICE. ( ticn here been establi'hctl. mules, 1 four hors wason, 1 ox cart, 1 pair oxen,
V-wester if tired of IUl I and despatch, and at reasonable prices.
or they are looking"J piOinpiness
I 75 20 head a"d (Udder.I .
I Prls'dtlt of the Senate.ArpRO : I On every bale of Cotton, C'e' > und cattle corn
nttenliou to business a desire to thepub'ic
By satisfy
their ,friiow-cl. hills, they would not do > r.D, 0,t. 2, 1837. Ou all other articks, np or down,23 cents per \'I J. R. DORSEY.
he receive share of their
: hopes to a
**to VIMI us.Ve can gladden their vision, I \1AItfIN VAN BUR EN.NOTICE. I TIUlTY days after date, application will be I hundird weight. I pDtron-//
----- -- -.--- the Hon. John A Camc.onJ.c1': On flas..ell'Prs. rah 81 50. Children half nricl" ae.-_._ _w .JAMES. W _. TAKE NOTICE.. .
"tiller eve, with a gorgeous sunset as ever I I of he Superior Cu"rtl.f JacUson ( : The ; :'. is. uorsc-suoetnr, JIIH worjc, and rlantation
I' Co' also to store That all who
i upanv i" prepared rrodre I work done in he Uesi manner. persons cqmmit trespasses, cfany
"wmroed the &kv ol Italv : we can bhotien the I I rily to till the real estate in !aJ i .un belongingto and ods heir nd the wlm'.ner
subsTil'T has just icc: ned from Ger?.: ) j> at depot, following rites T"I1.lhl\sser. Oct. 7.,1837. 9 description on my tract of land adjoiningthe
TlHE ( the minor heirs 'f Wil i.un UulUm)
line night with as thrilling a legend as ever fu' rule 50 saw pn, HId tlnec of 40 saws, :llC't I' l.avc been eiabl shed. I city of Tallahassee, (commonly known as.the

Wong from Sco'ia's border and peradventure I Ca,' plate, which he wish! -s to >rIh!! on a. commodasin M A RY HULL.N DG, ..llrJaln.Oct l-'t! I C'nbilrsof Cotton, -j cen's each ; and on a'l'! COTTON. I Doyle tract,) will be prosecuted to the full eitentof

; : ; teims. JOHN 1SLER, _- 23- 1FTJ7-- -- -- --- other articles T2J |t month, and : THE subscriber is now ready it aJvanceujon or the'law., both by civil and criminal proceeding. The

'lirjWca dance, the ladies of sunny Florida! i Eiht miles east of Tallahassee. OF LET FEltS remaiui_' in the Post half: price for the succeedinj time. purchase Cotton, al the hishcst m ukt pti e. repeated trespasses commuted on .uy enclosed field,

'J not shame the land where the darkeyediojlilersofold Nov. t5. 1817. 15 LIST : it TallnhasM-r, Flo., on the' lit iliyofNovember \\ hen Ci )TTO.N is deposited at the d,-po', lobe WILLIAM CENTER, and unenclosed woexl-'and, require such measures,

Spain line o gracefully moved ---- -- I IU7andntbefvrc advertised. If not irnn'-ported i'"meoda'clJ'' \\-thont le'ipon"tbillty Oct. 15, 1837.-lO N.. 4 Berr's row. and they will be rigidly enforced.

nile II $150 Reward. taken out witlli ninety d.l-', they will be suit to I fir damage by exposure, no storage or whartage Oct. 21, 1837. 4t JOHN ADAMS.
\'oulltullusa1lz.! In short, we will the Gel ral Pot as dead Idlers. will be charged; and when goodsaic landed otthe NEW GOODS. -

9"tu cordial a grasp of welcome, as the best jour j RUNAWAY or stolen on the Sdof Srptcmber Ash Charles C 2/fce M'Lemore, J I. wharf ot" the Company, and I tratispontd on the rJI'HE SubscnbTH are rereiviog their supplies SUPERIOR COURT

'?oof best lat elt f the the employ! of J ( M oro, nrar Andrews Elijah .M'Crae' Farq 1Mrchell I I' ro Id within six days alter landing neither storage .JL of Fall and Winter Goods, which they offer MIDDLE DIS TRIG T FLORIDA

yarnster civen us I C"lumbus. three of my negro im n, viz: .<.am, Andrews. Thomas, 7Alln DrJ or wharfage will be rharged ; and no storage will for side low forcash,country produce, or on short Robert H Berry ) Assumpsit Attach' S 113 94

liTcrsal hospitality which characterized his I at fut 28 years of age obout", feel 'J inches high, Uichard C'2 MurphyJohn be charged at the upper depot unnl: after the sixth redit. Fhoswlrsse, acconirts are due, are eirnesilytquestedto vs f Sum's for $200 issued Sept 26

tjltion at the North. j I has a 6V>wn look when spokrn to, wi'h! a heavy AUton, 1t1.tult.by, .Archibald day. rail aid settehcsameasmuehi! longer William Bryan, ) 1837; Returnable! to NOT Term

-- -- ---- I It I beard; ali his brother William, about 22 )'oar c I Alb 'Vii., .Ilaeul.1)I Alartha II Merchants will be require 1 110 settle thir trans- mlulsence cannot be >;ivei. defendant in said case and all others inter

FOUL SUNDER-On the last of I age, 5 feet 7 or 8 inches high of god appearance Bloxsntn, Vim 2 .'lnor, Henry I pona'i: :i .n bills weekly, and ill oth"T transportation HAYWARD & AUSTIN. THE "ill take notice ofihe institution of cid
page I both: of yellow complexion; also Uenr) al'oul:1 Or Samuel Wm 2 lobe paid 0:1: delivery- Tallahassee 20, 1837. 11-Cl
suit attachment aforesaid and
I*paper will be found a paragraph from the i I ycdrk of aje, about 5 feet 8 inches high, Mack, \ ldlamy. )M.urue. l ARCHER, Superintendent.Nov. by as they are required
I to and plead to the declaration filed
:I es York Journal I stout bu I'. The Adorn write tIheP wic MARSHAL'S SALE. appear .
of a
| Commerce, relative to Iny eJn prttty g.ot I'.embry, Kenneth Miler, Wa I 8, 1817. 14dwMARSHAL'S in said case, acrordiug to the form of the statute i
I t h'lld. The taid re'cently' from .\1aryI virtue nnd in of writ of hen
negroes are a
which
treatment the citizens on tho coast Be.iyout, Mrs Maioy, Jtiliu I -- --- -- --- BY pursuance such case made and provided C S JIBLEY.
1.North! Carolina | land, nitd I WAS umlcr the impnssion that: they Black JJ tapo Cliirles2 SALE. <-ias, issned out of the Sup Court of the _
bestowed on the suivivors would Jeaxour Lavelately II' ; i .f.iyf r pJlft"l
to Ietu'n' but rir 'n'i It.lnlCS Middle Dis't.Florid i for Leon en. in which Browning -
J'tbe passengers in the Home," which we i tian>>pirrd to ifiduretlie liclief that they were I Craig, Wm Col P" lOre.m. R iah BY virtue and in pursuance of sundry writs of & Care pla'nlrtfs, and \Villiam B Shelton de- Sept ernber 30th, 1837 8-
Caruts
it glad to state, the Xewberu Spectator, J I stolen. for I will pay |15H'. for the thief tnd negro s, Collins,, Wm or Thos Prince lrvi, George, W 2 Court of the Middle, (Fi. Fa.Dis'rict) issued of out Florida tit the in Sup-ridr and for endarrT, I have levied upon nnd will expose at public FALL AND WINTER GOODS;

information received from the mouths of i or $25. each of the negroe Cleavetand1r? Susan I'ennintonJames 31 the county of Jetferson, in which James, I,. Parish sale at pubic vendue to the highest bidder, al THE subscriber has just'reeeired- and offers

I'wfTerers themselves pronounces to be "a"rc Columbus! Ga. Oct.il JOHN WOOLFOLK. Cotton, John \V 2 Ilibho I'auny is defendant, I shall 01. Saturday thektth day ofji18.18 Ihe Couit house in Tallahassee, on Saturday, the sale, a select assortment of Cloth. Cas-
I I I. 1637. 15 Im 2 tl l day December next ir. legal hours,the follow-
Likewise
of and scandalous false- Comings ry, A' si.st'l of tlouse James s-ll at the court house in Jffoniicello, on said si-iieresand Festings. ,a lot of ready made

*di." unmitigated NOTICE. SuIJ) sece, <-c Rolls, Miss liar net dy, in legal hours, ut public auction, for rash, she jug properly, v"rr. Lot No. 1 Tract Sec. 3. Town. Clothing, consisting "f blue, black, Adelaide. ,mulberry !-
The remarks I I I Nand \V containing 80 50 100 acres.
Spectator : Carr, Wm A JhadGen, IJeighRyan Joel. Jude range and green Frock and Dress Coats
"''e dajs after dJle, we will apply to the following properiv' viz: sl.J\'cs. Sena A Iso the S E of sesiion -lhrce,township -
conversed with nearly all the THIRTY Joseph 1 H2 Gflbert'jV Maria quarter tweniy Steel mixed mohrir. and blanket Overcoats;
pas- Gilbert
.f the C.pcla"dVr I l-aac ) Cornelius Milly,
who escaped, say sixteen out of the of Frdo,:u/lrier| CUUM. for the idtteD.ste Crown, ltandallJudge I T 3 I Amy and Cily. and th -rr increase. o'ne, range cn", N and W, containing: 159' 44-, Satinett and Kentucky jean frock and dress CoU;
right of the .
dispose t 00 actes.Levied Plain and !
velvet Vests
John A Schooniaker figured rut v*
'.7, and* every one of them charged the property of the late T W Seabror.ke, ,i.h t viewto DorseI Davenport, i.s Emily Stewart, Ld 2 Levird upon seild as the property said of rhe said defendant upon and to be sold as the property 'ol do do silk and satin do;; u
and be to executions
that was done and which was note a dl'1510n anion;the Iteirs.JAMES. >ors Vy, Thom.is .Sheffield, DMScymore to to law. S.satisly H. IHJYAL Marshal.according said defendant to satisfy said writ according to' While and hlk crimped satin do;

to the crew alone.-Any editor JOHN A.GADSDEN E'iot' J Theodore Ri'miili Nov.I II, IS3B. rw. SAM'L H. DUVAL JJTirshal. Cloth bombazine and fig'd Valencia do;
CUTHUERT, Oc'. 21 1837. ll-li Blue black nod drab
tat make Fisher. Fanny David i ca8S mere Pants;
: such the allud- Nov. -
15 18T7. 15
.
a charge as one Executors.NOTICE. I
Plain and buckskin
Frederick do
Fisher, Call A Simpson MARSHAL'S SALE. striped ;
i against our innocent community on the THE FLORIDA HOTEL. Napoleon cord and steel mixed do
Graham, Capt .1 Shorrill, John Virtue and in of a certain writ ;
: I JJrity; of a waiter" and aIr.. Mather Wili.im Scott Frederick By pursuance subscriocr having! purchased the house for- Salinctt, be-\veneen and Kentucky
// days after date, I will lo the Gasaway Fj. F.I issued out <.f the Superior Court of TilE 'eando
;; Jj deserves to have hit ears cropped. We T Judge ol the Superior Court for apply the JtfddU Grimes, William Steihens, C W the .Middle District<>f FlprJda.'for Gadsden county, occupied by Ira Sanborn, and! intending Also, a.complete assortment of Shirts Stocks

., Juie cozens; : Vashington will demand Ditri of Florida, r the right to diipriof the Gavin, J Tompkins, Capt IF W in which John C. Armisread, Adtn'r is plaintiff! it put the same in immediate repair, for the reoep- Suspenders, Gloves, Hdkfs. UTid 4i1 articles usually
( iou of those who choose to favour them with found similar
Miss George Ann Twi-.s, Col D E 2 ; ') may at establishments!
C W of laU. and Robert L. Harrison and Ira Sanboru are defendants are offered cheap
Curtis his return his real estate of the reven., Jefferson
: S.Capt on knowledge their take this to inform the for cash short
Juhu TiHiuzhast Nathaniel patronage opportunity or cre lt.
B.
J. BULL..
f sell unction i
will
J.I.ME? GAU8DEN' A I ot pnbTfc on Saturday,
!* facts which he assisted county. NoahHawkins that they intend tarnIshing their Noi.lO,1837.
so boldly in prol4ing Nov. 15 J837. 15 AAaCr.ADMINISTRATOR'S Hanck, JII Thompson, the filh day January, ISU.at the court house in public generally U-tt'
TLE.MrIFright txble with the best the country affords and will
;in New York to the Win : ,
disgrace of Clnracy, the following property, viz- Five *lives;,
', NOTICE. Hancock, A W spare no pains to make their house agreeable to NOTICE.
'ttmmurailY' Winny a woman, age] about: \'e"rSj Martha, a

T HI RTYdiyi after date, I ahfl apply to the Jane Johnson 4*,Baillic Mis Catherine 'IVitheis Wyche,,1 C i girl, ac d l IS; Griffin,A mm, 20; S.lm,24; Henry, those who may favour them with. J.their BELL company.L. & CO.. A LL.P'rsona indebted te the estate of Dnify-

1ri7 uo, Oct. 27 Stage Rob berics.-- Judge (,C the Superior Leon county, Lockeeman & Craig Wright1 I B aged 15Levied'upon- Quiney, Ottober 11,1837. 10 *\ illiams,late of Leon county deeeatedarcreqsleJ ,
fir ienve ID sell the land belonging in the estate of and to be sold as the proerty 01 said to make immediate paynuni; and thOSedving

ltageS were robbe Livingston & llarrit STORAGE STORAGE !
evening. Tim Telegraph liDo 15,18J7 Adm. said writ accorJing to law.S. to theist in propel term wiibm the time
tut, wa robbed f tKo trunk owned by Ioy 1 |Cy Persons calling for the above Ictttrs wi H. DUVAL Afarshil. THE subscriber having again rented those I I-'rge Bribed present by law tQ the ndeisigned.or they.will pre-be
advertized. I. G. SEA3CY P. .
FOR CHARLESTON.The ples say commodious warehouses,known as deixas
ps Norton of Nov. I II, 1837. U forever barred. ,
Esq., tM city' containing regular packet brig Someoet, Tallahassee, Nor. I 1,1837. 133w __ I warehouses 1vill Continuo to receive C'Aton' and GREEN H.CHA1RE .
aDd
'ttg; papers. The Telegraph com- Lewis matter, wi sail ou lb ht of NOTICE. STRAYED Goods. on, storage.- ,From.- his. ,experil", tlce jn the bu- TOM PETER CHA1RESL
'as robbed of one trunk containing December. Illness, he natters himself mat ne can give aatisfac- Nov. It l 1. 14 areExecutors.BCBTTGEB .
: frel'l orialae ap- Subscnntrni Iiav7rtg assrtciaterl \herr.e the subscriber, in Tallahassee, last ,
1IIItOO, bltnk notci of the ErieakCorn.Yd ,! the on Tit FROM tion to those who may uten' to him their patron- -
yl I3EIUtY.Nov. in Mercantile business under thee firm oMcRarny ; a gray Horse, about 10 years old, 141) His warehouses .
R. are, order and ,
Bank of Richmond, Ohio;-ah6 15 1 15-31 k Hiww, beg leto inform their or 15 hands high; said Horse had been badly foundered age. secure from tirf' also lrt good from inundation, perfectly -
aa by PROFESSOR OF MUSIC
, tait bags 1'3. and the thai and was still lame when be went off; his .
containing only friends generally, they are high tides to w hi( the -
newspapers. pubic m"ny place on com aw respectfully Worm the citizens of
the
left fore loot was much smaller than right having ,
.&ks were found emPty-tbe mail FOR SALE. now opening .tor formerly occupied bv. been rasped down; he had been nicked on both liable. WlLUAM J. BAILEY.. WOULD *,that he wilt'give lesions on the

-oken Open, but no packages missed. 'THE subscriber ofen (or sale lilt plantation on the late Robert S. Miller, on the west. tide of shoulder blades, to care him of the IwainYi; his tail Magnolia, Oct. 4, 1837. 9-4m PIANO FORTH,

IrtInks' and bags were in the hind boot of Land called Wil Wo. Monroe Street and nppile Squarein was long, and at some seasons yeUowhair would) and trill- also. time stch. .Flam*a.*are oat of repair.

;e. The valuable mails den county, Flo. covuLting: abut a re of' the City of Talah general assort appear among the white. It is supposed he Vent 4 .NOTICE. .-.
always
front under are land, with 610 acre clee.ilh saw mi, gnat merit of Dry Go., Hardware and Groceries, in the directtoa of Bainbridre, as he was in company weeks after date,I,shajl apply.to the'(Ton- Uebasalscmfosaeackoice selection! ef PiaaoMvttko.

'I Tht charge of the travel. mill,roller and saw, improve' wbi they ( sale on accomdating terms. with a mare and colt, who were recovered at SIX e, of the County Court of Leon county, '. Hi room is at pc.santat the PLANTERS

t. rWe trunks were found- menu If a purchaser should wiah i possession can I). McRAENY. the tiadsdcn camp meeting by, their owner.Any for letters of administration onjbe estate of Balsa HOTEL .*". -- ,' -' t.

'd."ies from the l dl.vi in field near b given D IM let day Janturf next. SAML.! F. IIA WES.Tallalit3 person returning the horse to mevrleuingjije; Romine, late of said county deceased. Ladles who wish it,can lake their lessons at Bias
JONA. ROBINSON.
know where he 16,shaH be rewarded.: IflLLtMJ.BA1LET. Parrott'i Female Senunary.
Nov. IP Feb 25th 1 1S37. 29.tf
tI7' 15-lt ec I 11-3t JOHN REA, TalUhasscc. 01(47, 1337. 9 October 7, 1836.oRN. 9



.4 .I- .. L,.----'- I IM _-L'_ J1Lt ---- 1 I 1 L L I STAJESOFAMEBICAt. .
tttUL !1'IsEMENTS. THE UNITED A'"rub. tapplr'oftHil VALUABLSi:MED1CIN.E

: MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA. SS4' I'" .'ftc..j1Wt tcthw.tn ; -*

NOTICE. TtJUJfark l ofth ,tHcti--GREETIXG: 4' .REPA'ED SOLELY fro*TVeg table matter a
States for tbe Middle ]Ii by JACOB BOUCK Baluvorr, which mel easel, IOm..tiaemediCIIIe"DC
month after date I WHEREAS Chides S. SiblaK Esq. Attorney of the United
SIX shall present my ac- be taken,with perfect safety.bY.I\n ages & in alldifHW .. _
Ma and vouchers and apply to the Hon. Dislric of Florida in tbe II' : well of the United State as of Ga. ; Its cures are for tile iollortin: diseases :-- 1st3d 'With. 81hinrs.tviv' d.riPtte r

County Court JefiersoK county for a final Idte-) brie) J. Floyd, Esq. Collector a i .J." .' District and Port Apnlachicola, ia Dyspepsia"", Loss of Appetite, Indigestion, Inflammation Sore Left*nd Uleen of long .

ment and discharge from the administration the said Middle District of Fl) .1.. .:. : II irsons concerned, hath filed and rxf of the Stomach, H earl Bum, Dnwhcea,Dy 3d Scliimwr GUndolor Tamo,. pl':
estate Thomas Delphy, late of said county, doteasel. : Flux Pile lo'FiotuU Obsuocted Mensura- those hardened in
thinners
o District enteiy women's brei,,
mQa & hibited hia libel .. said District, as ,
1
JAMES : 7.
complaint
L. PARISH, Adm'r. Je 40azUJ or sitting I lion, Auo und Fever, Billious or Remittent Fever, oftentimes lerminafe( ulcerated! rtacers '.--
Au;. 19,1837. 9.6m Court of the United States, A ( dmirahy! anti Maraliine Jurisdiction, Typhus Fever, Scarlet Fever, Small Pox, Erysipelas 4th FeUotv or What soon peop{. hew .

NOTICE. ADCommission stalin alttging and propoun .: : to wi. on the fourth day of Ortobei or St. Anthony'* Fire. Asthma, Ple\risylIfen- .mc" Catarrhs of every descnptua. .1

: months afrer date I shall present my Touch ITIerchant.ID m ths!year of our Lord one tnousauuAppalarhicola 0....".and thirty-seven, at the District of ales, Yellow Fever, Costiveness, Wind on the Fti>- 5th Rheumatic Pain of UMJOIOU.

SIX er and apply to thc Hon. the Judge of the &1 l TOji M.odaysand Saturdays. aforesaid, in the Middle District of Klond.i aforesaid, and within Ihe juri.lictinn .-- rr.ach or bowels Cholera Morbuo Inflammation Consumption, 6th Sprain and Bruises of every deseripti.
of thechrsi
t
Influenza Colils atever nitaate.
Cmighs, in wi pan
IneRt County and discharge Oadsdeit from the county administration for a final seltle-of the! IV. York St. Marks line Packets of aid Court, a certain vessel and rvalereraft and brijj. called the Planet or I'nrl"- Palsy, Gout If heUH1.lli"nI. Infi.imatory sor-- 7th Tetter of all kinds. In this conipU},,,'-

estate of Cspt. John Hills, late of Gs.dsden coumy, mouth, of the burthen of one hundred and twenty nine and the ninety-fifths tons, of which throat Croup, Inflammation of the heart, Dropsy pa.sent ir. applying the Ointment oiau ken, Gte!

Florida. said Brig one Jeremiah Kenny was master, and said Jeremiah Kenny and John Amazeen RirkeH Divsasi of the I.mr, Jaundice, Piffiroltjof ('arjLt of water. '
JONA. Adminl.trator. & mnki'n. Urine, Gleet, Hysterics, Nervous and 8th Chilblains or parts affected by fro.
ROBINSON
of said the of Boston
August 12,1837. l-6m arr owners, as appears by the temporary register brig, granted at port Scrofulous affrrtimisof the members anti ligimcnntrrcnriaInndVoncreal 1'0 '1"HI PUBLIC.

and Charlesfown on the fifteenth day of December in the year one thousand eight hundred \1 Jlsute\,Ukersj Sores A'( 'J he following: communication, addressed

NOTICE. FIRST be Rate Vessels in and this experienc .\ .*! and thirty five, thereto annexed and prayed to be made part of said libel, was unlawfully, tection of the skin. & all licenses rising Horn Impure propr e.or ot J uuktn'. .Uan.lUlt:1t.: Irom lb.> u n A.

A LL.persons wi take notice that I hare this poit-a cmpl.ye on line the, 8'h to' sail and ftvm 24th cither of wilfnllv and knowingly employed by said Jeremiah Kenny, master and part owner thereof, ClooJ, &.c. Puce per bottle ,t. John "1 aluferro, member Congress,il bihJ .
day filed in of the Clerk of Gadsden "i This medicine ha* n rowel fuJ effect as Spring leresting. The gratuitous manner in "hieil'I*
ofcI I every month, and of should ie- in the importation and bringing into said Territory Florida, and into said district of Appa-
Court ,my final report and account patronage :111111..11 Pur.ficr, in those whose coiistiiutions require made, exhibits feeling of no ordinary cha'
County
as Guardian of the late Henry S. Ma.hl-urn, ai.d quire.WM.. WYLLY8 PRATT. arhicola and Mid,llc District of Florida aforesaid, be.ng a Territory of the United States, 1.)1i! i ishmenl and new vigor ; such p.rHn: toward suffering humanity ; and u cerUmJ.jS

lht no soon as the law allows, I shall demand of ROB'T LYON, Agent St. .M.irks.Agent N. York, from Montego Bay, in the Island of Jamaica, a foreign port, a certain negro named Joseph, would be much nefittrd by using two or thrct deserving public aiienlion

said Court the settlement thereof, an.J my discharge St. Marks, .jpril 1837.: 3G-ly'r. with intent to hold the said negro Joseph to service and labour, and that said negro Josephwas bottles, which may J.et.II'II\\lIll1mt"c nnl to drink \\ .681'CTOlJln.23 I l8j
guardian. TUOS. GRAY. IIr diet. Many persons are diseased! fur the wniilf Sir-It has been my wish torn :
a unlawfully and brought into said Territory and into said distric of c.llllillrrbler
illegally '
y
Oct.. Hh, 1837. ItAdmhlstor' I NOTICE. known Mood bc.nt purified. housanJs* f person are it communicate to you the good effect With _
persons who are indebted to E. B Appalachicola, and into the District aforesaid, in the said Brig Planet, from .Vontego destroying thir constitutions by ncil! 'ctiiig to aj'- hare used the ointment invented by Mr. ].."
NoUce.NOTICe
I ) give. tht: at ihe next Janu THOSE by note or accoun:, are earnrs Bavaforesaid,with intent to hold the said negro Joseph to service und labor as aforesaid, con- l-ly n pn'|'er remedy; to such the J'nlll't'eaYillin 'and which I now understand is made und s 7

Gadsden county Court, the undernijned ly request! d to make jmnvd'a'e: payment to trary to the statutes ol the United States of America in such cage made and provided; and more tnati doubly valuable as certain and effectual Agents appointed by yourself. 1 have nppflll] ,%

.1dmlnistrltor of Thomas Wynn, dec'd, i the subscribers belsirtthe first ol September, as all whereby according to the form of the said statutes, the said brig Planet of Portsmouth, her : iiie.ui fi'w i>f l.inulics f-!tlorilll'are them: to perfect from health ScributTcA and oinimenk during the lust tlirra years to e'rJ i icics IpN
;or : t.xcmja of and wound without
tumor failure
will r. and settlement of said e-- account1 regaining unp .i.1 at that date \i be put toti .
fn.l and furniture then and there became and liable seizure *
la'ei and J\rt .n the date here'of will apply into the bards of an for collection.E. tackle apparel was to prosecutionand ficc lions which exhiIitvari.'us sy mptoms ns Erup- duce a cure in every instance. I consider Hi
for ;a discharge and letters dismissoiy ffn said .attorney BAIKVV/RD, Jr. 4CO. forfeiture i-i any district in the United States, in which she might be found, one half there ions, Ulccr.ilionx, Debility, Loss of Appetite and most decided and efficient remedy in all Iltief

court such administrate: 'S.JOHN. July 1,1817. 47 ForE. B. P ikins. of to the United States and the other half to him or them who shall prosecute the same to digestion, all arising from impure blood and it lumcr, be the cause what it may, and I hate. I
8 not properly attended to, are sure to produce the for wounds of
WYNN, effect, and the said Attorney in the name and in behalf of the United States aforesaid, doth the consiiluiion. Panacea i. nothing so good any dtttrtpu/ III
COPARTNERSHIP.THE greatest injury to recommended be proper to add, thai the cure of
HbNRY H. [ may ahe
BlJ and in fact that Gabriel J. Floyd Esquire collector of the customs of the United in nil of the and in 1 IIIte1
July 16.18V7.-50-G.n suliscubers hare this diy into aver say : seasons year, particular called the white swell ,gneu over by thj
_._ under the firm entere, Hoi States America for the district and port Appalachicola then and there, on the day and us a!prevcnialive from all diseases in warm cli- distinguished physicians as incurable, lad _

NOTICE.AT & Co. year aforesaid in the district of Appalacbicola, and in the Middle District of Florida aforesaid matesand those l'crllonsV hen diseases are prevalent they have decided would, without Irn \
the next April term of the Orunty Comt S. S TAFT by taking the P.itutccn three or four times a f..talto thc patient, was under rny'jj
Jackson county, I shall the acctU'is did seize said brig Planet of Portsmouth: according to law, as being forfeited as afore- four tahle when prove .
pre.n GEORGE G. HOLT \v eck,or thiec or apoonlul's going ale notice, effected by the use of Judkins
: and vouchers of ,he ndmi 'istraiors of the GEORGE MILLER., said, the said brig Planet then and there being found, and now holds and detains the same in I I obcil, and the peison may feM apprehension of and the patient is In fine health ; his limb OitJDa'aaecJ
estate .1{ U'M.: H 'I LAND, dec'd, for *eiil< ment, hem attacked with the Cholera Yellow Fever
St Marks, July 1, 1837. 51 custo ly in this District. or b the tumor being restored to a perfect *
nnd -hit for let. r. dismission. from sid estae: any othei disease, as this medicine is a valuable re- soundness. Also that the leg of an nut
HOMAs ORMAN And the said Attorney of the United States therefore prays advice of the Court herein aged ma..|
storalne of the thereby invigorating the exhibited
Ont of ihe Administrato-s. JQ undersigned informs tin in the premises, and that due process of law may issue against said vessel, her aklf cnn&tiiutir-nand sjsttm enabling it to bear the debilitating had ulcerated been surface wounded from, and ihtf knee to one the dreadful fooL ]*
rcupvifully
I
26th 18:>7. 47.G'1 and furniture, and that proclamation and monition issue in that behalf to effects of all climates it is the circulating Ind
Marinna.une planters of Leon and nHja-eni counties, that he has apparel may ; ccnvcyed by which, for more than two years, 'had been tofccrcd .
LEON COUNTY COURT. I made ami anpcinted DAVID C. If'iLSOK his attorney rite and admonish all persons, and especially the said Jeremiah Kenny, the master thereof fluids, nnd corrects their tendency to all those incurab'r, was efttdually cured by thou

Edward Loockernian )1 As*umpit. Att'nt for) to sell E.V.. Pitt's patent Cotton CULTIVATORS. to he and appear at a day and place by your Honor to be named, to show cause, if any diseases which originate, in vitiafd blood, diseased cation of J.udklll'l Ointment. 1 mention thtie n4

u. I S82lj, it sum ad rep I IWm and examine. He respectfully r : invites. the Planters! to cal they have, why the said brig Planet, her Inckle, apparel and furniture, should not be con liver, of depraved the lun appetite s. or piedisposition to affections cases, which, us fell a under decided my evidence immediate of the notice udmanagement

Smith JourJanand, &c.Henry I j 21,18'U. dam's: ; is.-ueJ C. F. CLABAUG//. demned and sold, and the money arising from the said sale distributed according to law I It resembles, in point of taste and flavour, a rich I of this remedy in cases of tumors and of ulrert tJtatf 1|

Jourdan trading 4- Smith. I J We Sept to March t'm; retur'\, I83-- Tallahassee, Dee 26, I 1S3G. 2-if! and that she be so condemned and fold, nnd said money so distributed, praYf lh." cordial. rather than
defendants in said ca*>e, and al! others James Jo1iitsoiii And whereas thereupon, thr Judge of said Court did on the twenty-third day of October taking mercury, in any way, should have recourse this remedy in the cure of felons and of Men
THE Birge, bottles of this medicine. In the decline
will take notice of'.he institution of 1837, by his order and decree at chambers, order and decree as follows, to wit: to line or life.two when the has been species of fresh wound. It seems to me that u,!
lid suit, and of the issuing of said writ of attachment DKAPUH AND TAILOR. ff or system inipatirdby one who will observe on the operation of this I Iment hit.
and lo appear nnd plead to the declaration TL/lSSEB, FLA: 'The Clerk of this Court for Franklin county i ia ordered to issue process as in the foregoing cxciss, it nouiishi-s, sticngtl'cns and supports must be satisfied as to its beneficial t&qI

filed in sail action, according to the s.atutes (Next d'.or\. >wtrtJnctlr, inJJomve it.) libel is prayed and returnable to Monday, the 13th of November, 1 1S37, and the it:-it is not I presuming. too fur U add, that it actually I' I can with the utmost confidence rtcoroxcndlh

in such case made and provided. Just received from New York a superior of said District is ordered and the said Jeremiah pio'f'Bjshfi'! use of this valuable remedy.
HAS Marshal : to serve execute same personally on This Pan-cea h.is been introduced to the publicfor
CHARLES S. S1BLEY, Any of Tiff. of Cassimers amVesting" I am sir, very respectfully,
Dated Sept 21, 1833. 7-3m among xthirh Brodcllth'most fashionable Kenney therein named, if in said District, and nil other persons interested, in the a short Lime, and has received more testnv.onlals; JOHN TAL1AFEBRO..

colors and patterns arealthe. iut lie New said District, and by posting up copies of the said monition on the mainmast of said brL', in is: fit our for its efficacy, ill so!short time, than To \lr. Charles Herstons, proprfeior: of Jud\

NOTICE. York marklt,also an extensive assmrtmentof Really; and on two other places thereof, and to publish the same in one or more newspapers printed any other medicine will cvr induce dibcovc-rid.utd its name at.hllmund Ointment, near Kndericktow n, Maryland.

SIX mentlis after date, I sh:1 present my ac- Made Clothing of every description, which he can in said District, nnd by posting the same in three or more public therein until abroad' fl'r hundre the s, aye, thou- I IT'PlLES.L
and vouchers, to the lion. warrant to be as neatly made. and of as fine cloth up, places .ands. to upp'y ill to reap true virtue Before leaving Hounsboro, I had heard modi

County Court (Leon county, for a final settlement 1 any ever offered in the suther country. .i few said return day, according to the rules of this:Court." time reot. an article in whicn you appear before time public

and discharge from the admiOstution of the estate suits ofyn'Uhs c'.o.lnng, also youths chinchill.ia, and "THOMAS RANDALL, Judge." Notwithstanding attempts may be made tA impair proprietor, named Hcrstons' Judkins' P. Sped,
of Wm. Kinnaird, Idle of..lir(ol ntr. cloth calms, nons hats, cl GEORGE TiiEirEFORn, the said Marshal are hereby authorized, empowered and strictly curnMe po" er of this medicine it will on to
YOUNf Administrator. qualities, shirts (rem ens to seven dollars each, you go Maryland,and of us descried efficacy in cam i
July 3d, 1837.- among which, are a variety of plain and ruffloi enjoined peremptorily, to cite and admonish thy said Jeremiah Kenny the ma-tcr "r l cot.qucr disease, relieve the atilicteil,and earn for itself persons with whom am well acquainted lag

NOTICE linen, plain a'.d embroklened bosonis, rolbrs. stock said brig, and all persons whatsoever interested in said brig Planet( of Portsmouth, her the. good Alr opinion i ot'tl.oubands for and tens of thousands. my residence in Baltimore, it has perforodi
odyii a> earned itselt a name
HEREBY GIVEN that the suspenders, fine rticriiio fluincl., c in ton ilaniiflani, tackle apparel, and furniture, in said libel allcdged affixing a of this cure on a friend of mine afflicted with the Fila-
IS at next/anuary ml cotton shirts ant drawers, linen, silk, buckskin by publicly copy which das'nrdly attacks i annot reach ; that such i i* Having self been a sufferer for some yeamid
term of Gadsden County Court the urdcr- monition the main mast of said and other thereof and the fact the number of lettcis in possession my
and fur glo-cn, fur collars do. white and r&!orc on brig, on two places by personal must this distressing disease, I now uihesitaungy< n
signed, the Executor of Fields F. Wynn, who wa silk and linen handkrrrhiefs.Also service on said Jeremiah Kenny, if in paid District, and all others interested in said brig, fully sitisfy time most incredulous ; and weic it nc- plied your ointment in my own case, and amp

executor and Benjamin settlement of B s.iid Babh.tsta.e, will: an make i tinal mon'hs report a lot ff> neuro clothing, till of which he wi! in said district and by posting up copies of this monition, and to publish the same cc sary, there could l b; obtained numerous testimonials lfied: thai I can say it made a perfect cure.
MX : under the sanctity ire oaths of those who,
from the date hereof will apply for a discharge and can sell as be low according in the Tcintmy.JS'ov the quality. of the in one or more newspapers printed in said district, and by posting up the same in three atur sufTerin,:; the most acute and long protracted Counting room J. A.BENTS, Ijomksrtf

letters dismissory from aid court a such executor bought iSlih J31i.<; lStfCAUTION. more public places therein, until said return day, according to the mules of this court, as illness, have been entirely restored to health, but it A few weeks ago a case of woman's sore bras* ;
Babb. .
of said IG 1837. JOHN JYN designated in said; order, and by all other lawful ways and means nnd mcthod3 whatsoever d< es not enter into the(011I pl"eit'nsion of many,how came under my notice, the breast greatly inline
July it is possible: for botanic medicine to effect such
this monition be made and the nipple scarcely to be seen-her
whereby may most public and notorious, to be appear at in thc apptinw

Let my work recommend me. ALL persons three certain are hereby pronm warned,oiv notes against, drawn trading b my; the time and place aforesaid, before the judge aforesaid, ii: the said order and decree specified .. proved wonders then competent healing pCI art form, as, but experience such arc has the clearly told me spoke she had the been great suffering misery three she months was injcV;wd

THE Subscriber' having eiected his shop at the undersigned and rnad payable: to Jiscph B. ; arid also to attend upon every session or sessions specified until a dcfiuative decree t'nct.s that they cannot be denied. it, and was carried to her bed ; she then had Iu

Store ni-ar Baileys Mi offers his Watts, or bearer, as follaws. or sentence shall he made and promulgated in said business cnr1liisivelvifnny of their The above medicine can be obtained of G. H. & seed poultice to it; other things had been tried.

services to the puHic as a first rile Smith, One no'e! dated on the 2tih( Ju\y.\ 1837, and pay. shall think it their business to do, to hear, abide by and perform all and singular such ju. T.li. LINDKMJliRGEU, Monroe stre.t, Tallahassee advised Judkins oiitment, knowing it had lea
and is prepared to do Fanrers work.- Florida with directions for it.
plantation abe! on the first day of January, 183d, for three proper using successful like She and it
lie aiso will work on Carriages or any oJiermith thousand du.lars. dicial acts as are necessary, and by law required lo b<> done and expedited in the premises; eases got applied w
Perry Township, Muffin (ounlyP4. May 3, 1837. coiding to the directions accompanying U ia t
work that is necessary be done in t he country and One note H the same date, nud payalle on the and further to do and receive what unto the iw and justice appertains under the pain ol MR. JAcon HOCCK bir, I feel myself constrain hours all pain was gone ; it broke, and commtnccd ;

wishes his diligence in discharging work, and i, frt &y January, 1839, (or two thousand dollars the law, nnd contempt thereof. the absence and contumacy of them, "nd each and every ed to inform you of the effects that your Panacea discharging ioullyond so continued ran
customers tovecure lo him a liberal share
ofnaironage oleasing EBIt BE4L.Baler's I.I : note of the same date, and payable on the of them, in every wise notwithstanding ; and whatsoever jou shall do iu the premise- had un me. In the year IfJ6. dUrIng the inontiasofJaiiti.try.February.iach days ; the relief from extreme pain perfect em
first for lh"us"and
dayof January, two dollars
Mills, Jefferson county, Juns 14. 45 As*lie; .aid Joseph 181. han not given u."the you. fb,ll (July 4-oriify unto the judge aforesaid( at the lime and place aforesaid, together in lbra..bingwith a tbrashilg and J\pnl,1 machineand was employed duced excited her the breast wum.\n's to its astonishment usual stale, and: a in few eihL.Jt ddjiflt
"
JAMES II. COOK, I ronsider. tionaiecd! upon, we are I I termine not with these prpt'nts.9WIT cugh' cold, anti he dust seemed to settle: on my the cure was complete. C. HERS1 0-9

Xo. cj\> BROADWAY NEW YORK to pay either of the said .nutes,.\Dtll compile tnnjrs. I suffered much pain and could no longer Frederick county, April 3, J823. s i
with his agitcment, orntll a due course of I 'w.AURFIN attend *o bti ines.s the .ain
< located in
ESS. the Honorable Thomas Randall, Jud c of our said Court thi? my ; i was my BEWARE er IMPOSITION" j
Between Pine and Broad Street, I JAMEL.; .PAL PARFH:-.R,, day of October in the year of our Loid one thousand eight breast, particularly on the left bide. I was aho afflicted Messrs L &. R T Low nde%merchants CumIxr4
OFFERS far and of with nigb:1 at and.re.er,1 sought ihe aid ntl.mcn--\s Mr IJerstous agcn't alt
ale a rom pie tc assortment for lilt
f,1 DARIUS WILLIA1S.JInntcello nnd nnd of the Icnce of the United States
Cabinet Jarnitare. consisting of Sideboards\\ ; thirty-seven, Itidepen ol 1.1 v.lllOu..l'hJ"IC1..nS in .this region, but all to no of Dr William Judkir.'s patent specific oimocnt: )
marble tops, do plain; Dressing Bureaux with mar- 8-tf ,Jefferson county y, S"pt. 30, I IS37. la the sixt\-second year. prrpos1; Lien!: tiaveled tu Laicat&rcmuny: and would inform you that last summer I was jJtftrf

die and plain tops, Centre Tables both square and (Signed) GEORGE F. BALTZCLL, Cicik. atto! to Chester ro. and! employed several ['oeors with a sore leg-the fame Judkin'a Oiowcoticfduced

ro.ml, with Marble tops, Pier tables do., Dilinr JTInroliall'sVorin Syrup tiierr, but d" nvul no benefit; finally, I had recourse me to gel a jug of it-bur. it happened not 14

tables in seth and single, Breakfast l tables recommended to all parents, nurs-s, and others to your Panace ',and used one bo tic, whichI be *f 3Ir. Ilerston's make. I used it a ladilllt
.:res, Bureaus do. Sofas of all qualities, fashion and IS who have the management of children as NOTICE is JlEHr. 1' GIVEN to all concerned ol the forgoing as I am directed therein. purchased a. Lcui blOwn, Pat Eat seemed at the printed direction, but my leg kept g&i&lworse.

priceS, Mahogany Chniis from $j to $!O eich, the most ertcctual WORM DESTROIISO med,cm" ye SAMUEL II. UUV. L, fi.st t not to do me any god, for I Lell.. e weaker, I
hocking Chairs of t-vciy dcbciiption, Wardrobes! discovered.This I and was obliged to keep my :)cd. My friends Mr Hcrstons traveling to the west stopped i
Marthal Middle District Florida.
ni'all qtaitesand eizrs, ectelnrics nndBt.okcascs. i syrup besides being safe and active ver. advised me to use no mule of it, but I reaolvi/l ny hue daring the time, on looking It tile ama!
d,.. Ladies Work Tables, wit'i' Mai bin and wood mifuge, agreeable and pleasant to the tasteand -- give it a fair trial l, and sent for another bottle this ment I hid: he nnnrediately pronounced not tIlls

l.|is, Mahogany high and French Be.\dstcads, no child Will refuse to tdUe it. JVcvSto, Provision and Grocery A CARD. rfffordid relief, and soon strengthened and improvt'd make and furnished me with one "ht h ..-

.Marble do. Looking pst a full niS'irtment 01 It is also happily caula'ed for prevent ng and yrilK suWnters have unied: themselves unlerth aW U1.1IUlS1' IrQ U.'a for me third a> much bottle athe smd firu had weaked me. I sent On opening and smelling, it, I was sensible! of tb

H.ur Mattrasses and Feather Beds, together wit Ii removing many o.hci: disced' rs to uhich dlldr"11 .. firm of PEACHY &. MANER for -abe CO1ij3IIS'1O..iY.41L.ll.1LLV'1' H am now restored, enjoying diff renee, allho' it looked like iz. I th napplied!*
bet health than have done. .
er for the Ia
every article necessary lo furnish a non&e. Terms aresul>jct, such as bowel or summer c< inplnin -, the ol St.1nrk 1 t ten ointment w hi<'h he gave me, to my leg ; it beoe
o e tbla..hrng in 'o\n < u 1 a-ai
liberal. (March gSth, 1337. 33-:m) (tinrihxa or looseness, ominng and purging it isirnalnab'e purpose q.mQg.z ? N'. O. 60 \\> Ann OT., 1 VT> .\V \r 1 OKK. years- am itiabled to follow: the ploughver in a stale of anrR-njmcnt on using the first ptaf
K" 4' I QW1211:ON 1 list I fu
since August am Iy convi.iced that
NQ D : fu allaying those painwhich cIIJref Si'OKE.:: I'lieir building bciii' large aid: umOffers his service to the mell'l.alltIf Ala! ,ma, your pana ca be tak n without and continued unti' it got qUite well.

TAXES for 1 1837 are now due. By call stiller in cutting Ih. I tee'h. and it modil\\s, they likewise p ,'pll..e a.leu.ling to the Geoigia and Florida, in tle: purchase of Good, and IN j o>el'ul medicine.may Ye>ur" pecitullv nny injury, This ointment in certainly very 1Ju.ble.andi
,
THE on the subscriber, at his office m Tallahassee used, will reader this o,'ermun' ) of nature perte ily Receiving For a.d. njj of Goods and OUon, Wares and Merchaud In the purchasing and DAVJUEHEL ,' A'N. \vonMbc a pity it should be lost to the public 1'
mid! and free from danger. It i isrqua ly tfiraeaou5in electing "f whole! seks; of goodsor m assorting .1 counterfeit article, bearing the name and bciIt
and paying the same, the public will much io w'lich ..hey pledge ih ms 'Iv.s to pay such utentionns The r.lIowng; remarks by the edaorofthe Stark
rickets and in the infantile
oblige SAM'L DUVAL, rellteD\'er. I> will en ile them to a liberal share of ihcm. Having had long experience in u.e put (Jun Canii n {,Ioio. Democrat ext.ac'cd net senuinc. WAI K NEWMAN '
is recomm ndcd with the assurance that it IN e of for A aba ..a Georgia arid Fo-! y are ; CumUiIani! May 24. 1931
Jury 15. 1837.-L9 .,_ Tai Coil' ctor."CITY pa ro.mKe Ir-.m tIme Merchants Planers ol the a..ng goods from natpat er ol April 1817.HOCCK'S .
adequate to the purposes intended and Ihal much ; ern'on-, and neighboring counties, ot Georgia ndn. lie flatlets hun:clf mat any order em useti! PA4ctA.-IVe From Rev Bntr'. JJ"/lftgl&.
invite the attention of
STABLES good may he derived from it. simplicity and In. Their et.o4U wilt I ieId low for cash or prin.uce. to h'in will be wi h nn":aaionon the part of lhu>e thi ci ize-ns ot (aoll: and the I have known Mr C Herstons lo be the pirf'
it generally
Formerly, Peter Robfnson's. nocence, -annot do any harm. As Illewill endeavor h ..d whenay favor hi.n with their btiMne public IT Judkiu'a Olnluiciil for several years d**|
tokeep <-n a conMant
the ad
m ver: i>emen: in Ti olher column of this
Dnec ions pa
each
THE following rules $regulations are adopt accompanying bottle. supply of choice and superior qualiti s of Gro e- liefer to Mes r* ""kfordVhi comb, and per, utxieT he au J"e be.d. We have a"etllhear- my residence imp Marylandand thJJJtL ointment mi)
for the govertiment of the above stables, Marshall's compound Syrup of Ties an.I I P.oviMims ofeverydescriptian. (""ounlry: .aldwlO.& Hawkins, New York.Wm.. Manor, ride oursi'Ivts ana can sa'ely rccommrd it to the my him to have been in mui h repute. It has ke

and will b stric'ly observed, it i hoped ihr-y} will Liverwort Merchan and Plan ers will pod it to their. inter- allaha-'e, F.o.- t\ m. G. Porcr, Aral 'CI.IC la pubic, as an invaluable remedy for most of the frequently used in my own family, while livinfi

give general satistaction, and prevent any misunderstanding. For cough, ., asthmas, .Bitting; blood, est to call. Their ator. is now open. Flo.-Craijj fc Daffin, St Josepns. Flo.-\\"m. A. d.s-asi-s with which mankind are 3ffiic'e Having Maryland, and during my residence in this atfvith

liver -mptainfo; whooping cough, and all diseases, JOHN BLUR PECIlY.lcK"ll..ie, Irwinton, Aa.: -P.e-ston it cla<, Co- ;: for a numlier of years been subject to the Is- success. .
The Hire of aHack of the breas':and I lungs. W VI. MANER. 1 urn.MIS, Gel CUBCS or NIGHTMARE, 10 an alarming! ex'ent, ihe ITAUGtt
and four 115 03 per .day, 'I 1 he restorative powersofihis medicine in dis St. Marks Jan. Ifiih, 18:56: 25-tt. Octoter.'J. 18 50. 1'- .lv'r 1'anac- was ncommend'd io us by Dr. Ilouck Methodist Book Room, Mulberry st.
Hack and 7 eases"fthe Lungs haw been attested Niw York, May 20ih, 1835.
pair D uy the mos himself: and we are happy 'o bay we have teenentirely
Sulkey and ho se 3 0 respectable physicians both of Europe and this A 1'lllIt"UNl U.- NOTICE.ALL njieved fr m tb-u distressing affliction. To prevent imposition, C Herslons oame, *

Single hors country. It possesses sedative, expectorant and iI SINGLE Ge.uleman. qua'ifK.I t'> give in.stiucion person'oVningl"ls.within. the limits of Lime As a tamiy medicine we have no hesitation in his o vn hand writing,will appear on theentelof
Horse at Lber 25 0 I per month cough, and almost :* untly removes slight and tIlJ Arthmetir: may obtain a desirable situation 'Iy ln-iehy notified to cleanse: the same on or before Sa- City, VId. will be attended to.
do I per d.IY, recent culd*, whilst u gives immediate: relief t I applying to either ..f the suhscril-er, on tl.e Micka- Uinlay next, the 19th III!t. of all nui-anro calculated REMEDY: l-'ur. RHEUMATISM. For Sale wholesale and retail, by
Single feed G2J those which from neglect have asSumed a moredangerous ( sully road.Sf'ven nnUs n-rth-eait of Talldhassee or I,) cmiif disease, tir:: weeds, tra-.lt, or filth of every excruciating pain-the decrepitude and STEWART 4BARNARD, Dragg

All koran hired must be paid for in advance, unless character, and seldom ails to cure the to R. H. Berry, Esq.. Tallahassee. 'decriplion. All LOTS nol utiendel' to by the THE anr1 thu premature old age, which Tallahassee, Sept. 17th, 1336 6eowlfiRownud's
the person has an acci.unt with the stab es. mos: obstinate cases. JOHN S. TAYLOR time above stipulated will lie elcl1n.eJ by the hand arc lie usual attendants of the disorder are sufferedby

No horse deltve without an order from the I wil be found superior to any other medicine, JOHN ISLER. employed by the City Corpoi.tlion for that purpose, man from despair of a care, or disappointment Tonic Mixture nnd Ax6
owner or to his known servant. cure of shortncs of breath, hoarsenes,, Oct. 7, 1837. 0-2w and diargcd to the /t\Vr.cr1I1f s.iit lot*; and in event in the effi.' cy of the numerous pretended antidotesto Costive Pills.

k Smoking il he stable is entirely forbid-The wheczings, and promptly remedial in soreness ot of the owners retuvng: to p.iy lor said work, the lots effect tf? is purpose. But tho:e who have made a consequence; r>f the numerous attempts'
, ""Ibibment will be closed at 10 o'clok. Persons the breas: and lungs. In whoopingcouh its eorreciive ;: LAND FORrjlUJF. ,SALE will be sold itt rrablic auction fir the pa'menLoftlie fair trial of IN palm spurious imitations of Rowand's val
Subscriber is
entering wi phase close the ga e. efforts will be speedily scovercd.: nuthnnz- to sell tlircca: sam* S. U.COliRTKtlY, Df. Jcbb's Celebrated Liniment blc Medicines on the public-he has determinttl
JL
THE PROPRIETOR. luableTracts of Land situated within 5. I K, TalU'iassoc, Aug. 14, 1S37. 2 City .M irshal. in differ"
4 1837. Marshall's Tonic Mixture. and 2j miles from Tullahassre. The first ront.imsabout --. -- --- even in cases longstanding, and of the mOAt *ever confide the sales exclusively lo agents
Mach 30if For Aue and Fever. I 1920 Acres, 150 cleared The cerond! 220 &ss UJIE epfi5 I&Pill character have received certain relief and parts of the country, from whom alone the ge ettectZ' *

MULESIFOIL' SALE.. Acres, 60 clrarcil. And time third 880 Acres about Offers for sale, on accommodating many hay been cured in a few days, some in 24 articles carr be had, and to guard the mare

THE Subscii'-er' offers (or sale a team of six Prepared byC. Marshal, Phila.ond for salebv 200 clel'l c". TlieT lamia arc equal lo any i:1: .Mid. terms, his HOUSE and Lo:, lua'l'd cm hours! as a nun ber of persons in Boston and vicinity ally against the impositions of unauthorised tea!*

rt AIULThey< ere younz and well] &BARN.\RI die Florida, and will be sold on terms adnnta e..ul a: Monroe Street, iu the cityof Tallahas- who were formerly afflicted with Rheumatism. era he has instructed his agents Boston, S

tn
nod the gears al purchased 1837 25 6ms H. W. BRADEN. ")' 1W) fet rear. The house i is a convenient spacious of the Proprk lor, proving the most thoroughand 10 merchants and titters o/any of the *

) BAKER JOHNSON.Tallahassee DK. Tallahassee March 15lh IH37. tf 31MlLTTsTws and comfortable residence, indf'prndem'oj surprising: cures t! mean. of this powerful LINLMLiNT. lo be carried S u/A for sate again. Large quantiicia *
HUNTER in imitation of the
Sep 1st. J837. 4-lf that portion, which 13 now occu.'kd as a Fancy in cases whet other approved applications pernicious article gen Cc
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. &c. Store. had utterly failed. Mixture have been manufactured by Lucius S
NOTICE. Saws setts I Pat. Scales stock &. Co. of New Yerk, and sent loA* S uisalt.
the of Dr. ;.2 large He also offers for sale his unimproved lot
use Hunter's FORT1111 on
THE SUBSCRIBER intending to remove from I BY of either sex, if thoy inestimable follow Pilli.: '5. Tonic Mixture. Received the 200 toot street, measuring 160 feet Iron! by 180 DUMFRIES REMEDY FOR THE PILES The name RoiclanJ instead of Rowan f
OI ihe Territory, offers
the and proprietor to recommend which
tract of LAND, situated *b-'nt six miles horn Tal- very them plan,enabled copious Uircctionllaccon ,p G.I. If T. E.: LINDENBERGER. The subscriber will also dispose of his entire he does with the fullest confidence of the( may be had of the following persons, w/wf'*
panning are ) one most
Lake Jackson, containing 400 efTecliuilly lo era 29 in this of Florida and G.
near July 1837. sly .Igrnts part orJ
51 toe
.ces slock in talnible
lahu.e : Fr\de remedies
eneral known
dicate ; DISEASE, and comprising a most assort- for this troublesome and
to restore *
cleared and under .
h are cultivation.He CtR1AIN E. Bai nard jr. &co. General Agent TaHihW!
,
sale the lost health, safety,and certainty in a fewdiys. ; "rUTilE ASThMATIC m'n: of Fancy and Staple Goofls Groceries, painful complaint. Without gain into detail, lie
also offers(or growing crop and stock, eas & CUNSUMPTI YE. Hardware deems William Kerr & Co.,Thomasville,
I Grol'ery c. &e. his Stock it enough to he has in hi.
IS large ,
and a set of Blacksmith tools a..d farming utensil, liE most prevalent and r.ltal of all Dilen'1 1 lay posseimsiiUthe James C. Ecclesduincy,
I GTThe extenMva sale and ; T and well assorted, with ouch goods as are well most undoubted leatiuionwl that it has more
and onexampied SOCCCM I incident to ci\'ilized soe
a cotton gin. f'ty-th e C unlum pl.Ion waiip, Lloyd, &. C.'o. St. Marks.
of this Medicine in this and other adapted to the market completely answered the fur which it is intended
cities and
This formerly owned by H F principal -m3y generally traced to the least purpose Thomas Alexander, IlicUstown
tre.u C.p. towns the Union Alarming For particulars I apply to R. J. Hacklry or Hugh than other dioiu ,
Simmons, on it a valuable ipill from throughout for the last fif&eeijyeari'duringwhtch I disorders, a .:..gtlt but negectadcold.l Jjy estimation Archermy authorised This any popular innocent in io ,its application Darius Williams &Co..Monticello,
i it agent. remedy is perfectly
its location other was satisfactorily prepared by it lht one hundred anal J. .
appear fifty tbousand
possesses eon iderlble advaniges.For per Wm MANFtTallahavsee Fall direction Carpenter r, MicUasooky.
to all
.
Dr. conditions agesand sexes.
terinsepalytuthe; proprietor on the plantation. Comway, iucuutes'ibly prove, when used I wn.Jie annually of the consumption. lotofthese The label of E. Barnard jr. Sr Co. will U**
Dec.
7 1836. &c.
18-tf of the ,
with the INJEC nON POWDERS description complaint accompany
THO.'. AS i it eflcctn a I dreadful results be attributed
SIM SO may to common cold, -- --- -- boxca. Ointment the bottles sold by die above agents. .
August 25th, 1337. : thorough and speed/ cure of that dreadful disorder, and a negligent treatment of the harrausinj h JiOTICE.rHlflE each packet, which consistof Iwo Tallahassee July 7th. 1837. JfL!
denominated the Scourge of the Human Race. that ; cou and lectuarv. Price, 1$1 for the whole. 5 50 _
The PJ LLS generally ensues-which is usually followeJ by subscribers having formed a copartner- cents if bat oao of the articles is wanted. .
NOTICE. are accompanied when tbe case difficult breathing, pain in the tide, aud at last til .- *- ship, will hereafter conduct the Drug business To those afflicted with Cot1
QIXt1 after date, application will be made requires it, with the INJECTION POWDERS.and cerated Lun!.. Violent and repealed Asthmatic attacks JD the name: ofSTEWART or Sale l>y STEWART if BARNARD'IJUMFILIE'S U E celebrated Albion Corn Flastci afi** *

Judg the County Court of the county CERATE : these constitute a most powerful' slam! bring on Consumptive symptoms. One & BARNARD. EYE WATER T slant relief, and at the same time dissow
Lepa, of administration on the medicine, applicable to the various stages of this ortwo dollars expended in thc purchase or Cora the without Ur
o estate Protean l Full and Them shop will be found at the old tand For inflamed immediate draws the oat by roots,
late Elijah Harvey, of said di'Odar. plain directions, with a nu. REEJFE'S formerly sore or Eyes, gives ellS 'and
lh FURMY rounty.DUVAL. popular treatise explaining the various symptoms, ASLHMA'JIC PILLS, occupIed by &lr. E. B. Perkins, opposite the mar: .4 relief. 'On recent sore eyes. the effect is most saluury.Where pain. wits C
A and a little attention to their ket house. CEaymicATc."To those afflicted
anil the mode of treatment, each box timely admimurntinn the complaint has been of
_Sept.t3l8'17. _7_ .that penons of either accompany may cure will usually insure a mitigation of flies They will keep full assortments of Medicines, and in some exceeding bad case!,the yearsstanding mot to their feet, 1 do certify,that 1 haye used A*

NOTICE (Price of the Pills f 1 a box 88; the themsetY8.n Powder disorder, and usually tTect a cure. The FWJ' D'u&.- Chemicals, Patent Medicines; &r., and unexpected and desirable relief has been foqnd in Corn Plaster, with compUte sacccs fr wbh b

4 IZ persons having demands against the estate and Cent riO cel each.) Injection are also an easy and effectual remedy for the PclSe themselves to sell[ nothing but genuine arides. the use of thn eye water. alter every other remedy used sue box i; ce-npletely cured a Care tM' Pfr.&heben.fi1.f'floeaffiictod

A. of William Bryan deceased, Ute of Jackson Prepared rlor the original Recipe in MSf symptom preceding and accompanying the J. EDWIN STEWART, 1\1. I). had failed. Man} pursons who hue used i it (rp* troubled n* foe many jrenn. I make tb3 $

county,are requested to present them immediately the lat Dr. W. T. CostVAt, by bis immediate Asthma and Consumption, fir colds, cnnglrt, _47-tf-EDWARD BAllN4iRDJr.difficulty nounce-it the best .preparation for thOM com3tiolathey with

Vioperlr authenticated, and thAM Indebted to make 8.ou.r and the Solo Pr..opnetor, T. KID. of breathing lightness and Htrictutencruss TIN il.: have ever met with. especially in cases of lOrenelf' complaint.Ffusbin L! I. Feb-. 28."* V51. SHA -!|
,
*
,
payment to DER, of whom be mi inflammation of Pric 25
had standing.
or long
they his
may at subscrtherwjlI
Counting, the chest, wheezing, pain in the side ??!; > carry ou PRICK,60 eenU a box
MARTHA P. BRY AEUJAH Room *
in Chambers .y.rNo. next door to / the :Tin \VarerQ cents n bottle. the'
BRY.IN, Adm r. Draft";Store 9 Court and Ha- spitting of bkhid $c. Few caseaccan occur of business and wiIFatalLtitnes; I anuractu.rior Nene are genuine Infect s sfjned' on the outsid I O- None are TjB&aine"ablesi tinned on

Sept. 16, H37._. G KIDDER ztreb t near Concert' Hall. Boston, and all any of thin cla t of di.1tmlt-l'f. in which the pur ... have on'hanLt ra general, a.4S0.! printed wrapper, by the sole propiialor' T. Klffi\ aide printed wrapper,by the volt proprietor

OATS bj bit .ppinl.Qt(together with all those other cluuf 1 of D f. Relfe's Pills will not find p ,rich i... men 'eit et,at. wholesale'of' ; PKW, immediate sace sor loth* lota.Dr. W. 1\ DER.iats *acc M6r4a the! lateDf '
OATS; OATS. --'.u: Mticin a.' prepared by the late Dr. return for their trifling expenditurePrice retail,' on as reasonable lerms-as1 can bsO1d in P ?waJ' Coaw-For ulsthia Ciaaing Roisns1YU,
4;p. oibeltorOATS! daily exacted by the CM'T. ,). -whole boxes, 80 pill, ft half boxes MZ Southern marketi v> 'U' -l'I1 l For .sale! sr'his' Counting Rftonr 'orer No 9! 99.'Coart etriet,'near' Concert 1 11 all, Bo*** ,
; Brig Baltimore from Balullre. and (or sale TEWART If BARNARD No. 6. I2pili| 50cent*. ; Country merchants and othera are -ited to Cdan street, mel, Coaaert Hill;.Boftt. ,'aDd also b, sls*>by' 'hir epeci*I appo?a neat, 6y (
ye!:! low by a. ii. k T.F.LtNDENBERGU., ., va. Forwlt ctl1 anti aa tafir.* hi. special appointment b> : '! r 8 1' BARNA .
by STEWART It BARNARD.
: I. 1837. paI.Th1iha.Feb.3
JataU 'teflihstv, STIWART. & BARNARD
1.1'; ,, Jtrot If, 30tf Ihc 17 WM. H.l"RANCIS.
(
li3. 1838 Ta1tahs' Ian. H, 1837. 23tf Tallahnswt, Marrh'irt. 14 (No.U 12J,. 30 ti's