The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: December 16, 1837
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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P': THE MOBIDIAWviitl.edeverf : ._f :

i. Saturday, at FIVE Dollars per 'T fatal new 4: "''Senor Riccaidlni he
the Fon Dollawf: IE 1 .
id within yel1r-or : '*i ia in the moat ? .copdttitn. Her
Iff.. vance. erploble
I 'IJ NEN'" inserted It One Dollar per J':8.rl. D'I.l.0 arms.her face, .onx trt'fearfull/!

DV : finer lines or less, (or the first, mserts -. burnt; it n to be fcued'thit abe k disfigured .
,psrt dfifl, for each subsequent insertion.nts fjr life." .
,' not martedwith! the number of "Revenge.! ,- wkh

.(. ftquired, will be continued nn.il. forbId.tlOlI "LAISSEZ NOUS FAIRE." the wretchl" "Viva .Repblicawere'al-
dfor, I iered from quarters.
ha r the Editor on business connected withCharles : Sh In the time
10 m1t mean a who bad
''''Iere QAl' young man
mu>;t be POdpal'd. QW1o a'nu, .'WVP. mn
tablfshD1ent. tJ1'A1AQSUBI W1ammmm aqQ __. J oo __
; I : -w precipitately let: the theatre, entered tho

: NOTICE. J JWat ] Marchioness' house and aooo io her

S, Sibley, I hAVE (or sale an elcant four horse aa 'l<\ o into his armpit, and then rubbed it on and in J same retinue, and be will soon understand Dl cncp. Moved 1 by his sudden'W8

1 I !*-jmorneymiddle District of Flo. niiidc; by J. C. Hcdenberg, of Newark,carriage to order From the K ie'f"rlke for epiembt r- ler osfris. After walking a few more t.a what you want him to do. And a horse taught but striving. to dissemble her pparaoce.

fl urt hi< 1rotcsstoI :\ services HS Attorney nn''l l is now quite new. having been died a very short A? Grief ri und room, the mare to thus, do for A said she circumstance
cllor n.t L'' '*, in (he collection (if debt: *. tinic; ii ix sufficirndy( li ht for ImrKi.k following wi you any thing that h can do' "to what
J. Co, ."n..Id.il.w. FI! ,nd:!. lie "LU nuend 111\\ the Jso, 1 splendid pair; of match only two horses A SKETCH FROM LIFE-py REV. THOMAS DALE. him, be said "open the door. The door was when! understands you; and, gentlemen, hu I am I indebted for this happy fish! The
WU, .11"in thiS; JillricL Ot1cc next door to the handsome, if well broke. A bargain may be younff lia.l in Tnat mark the snfierinis i of the baba jpened, and the mare followed close to himIt I is not slow understanding. The horso i naturally Count looked at her with fury, but could not

e or J P. Westl'OLt, J 1837.r. Ellq.has"tt the conch and I>urnc8 as 1 now no use for Tc see the omnot infant speak loirs swo; f] to the crowd and through it, and back ail a very observing, agacious and sensibleanimal utter n word.h sirl" added
25-tf gush
: 5th1 th IM unwel
:]IIDuar) m. Apply to Ma-inm r.rtD.
me at
a, or laniniion to the stable.]
| Yet know ;
near there. SAM'L. C. n.st why they fl->\; < docile and obedient, when once thoroughly the Marchioness. Riccardim

-- Law Notice.e Rock Case, Nov. 7,1837. BELLAMY.14 8t To meet the meek. u,>liiV-d ej c, He came out, closed the door, and said- convinced of the superior of man. Scares!" said he, gnashing teeth. 4Ric-|
-- 'Uhbcdlrr's[ lJtfice IS next door hi) fain
to That would a'-k powr
(uT:: c'Irnrrflf .Adams' nnd Clinton Sttci-t-.- Yet ran but tell of relief- "this, gentlemen, is always the first lesson,I And his intellectual powers, if may say so I cardinil" replied the Marchioness, smiling;.
ce ofdcvrttui! h'm' -prinriprtlly)' to the busi-! : TALLAHASSEE: RAILROADS This l!a mother's I grief. and never has to be repeated. After a horse without offence, are like those of man, much I "Riccardini i I'M a person of 80 much talent

Ir'I''\| ,\ted to I.un' as COWKSEL ANT ADVOCATE I now in operation from Tallahassee to SI. follows to the stable, it is but to make him do I improved by proper exercise or education, that the public can never admire her aa

tnr"WB.AflO5ITS business as may be placedvnl.! Marks and the following rale; of transportation Trough, dreary,' the days an I I'aiker nights it in a small lot, where he cannot escape you. while much she deserves." The Count, after
march of death
$ he handed A1r. have been 8
to IT. ;
fl'rertJly il.lp.'y, It has taken
I itn!, *' I rjicy, (f cupying" ; part of sub>criberV[ On evi-ry 'ellblshed.OrCOton, 73 rents- To hear ihe faint and frequent sigh, about thirty minutes. On the "A moo convinced against his will, examining her some seconds in silence,

11t11 punctually\ attend to it The sub. On all other: 8rid.s, up or down, 23 cents T The qUIck and shortened breath : whole, it is humane, for it prevents all future Is cube same opinion still." broke out with fearful violence. "How

.!1cr1I! In/I,/ "cnd the' Couitf Appeals. and the i Jlundltt weight. per <>And" atcli the that last dre id sin e draw near, contention. On entering her stable hereafter, Not so with the horse! He never of the came those stains on your dress. Senora?
:-- Courts of Jefferson, Leon, Uadflilrn, pashen frS, fac181 50. Children pray xtrugsle brief, I die should be reminded by a single touch of after
/"nor Ti.e < j. hal price Though a I bi- (d-d w.tli: a close same opinion, argumentum ad tquum has Why is that gown burnt? In Yin would you
: aid Jacksoncounliisbut: : : n .ther CoiirsrctnmcJ. 'o'l-panv epared 10 the "
klin iay : a- d l gMtids at < heir d' pot dud the p.-o.luce rates 1 his is 1 motijer's) grief. whip, and "come along. She will now once convinced him. The lesson of punishment deny the crime; "tis you that hare done tho

111'55' 5nfl/ JAMES:: I). WESTCOTT. h have ben plabl, hed. following To SIT, in one short' hi ur, decayed follow the smallest boy, who will go in alone, at a distance from you, and teaching deed." "Well then," returned the terrifiedMarchioness

,1.jjIahiassCe. JimKiry25ih: 1837 On biles of Cotion23, cents each ; and on all t TIe hope ol fu ure years ; give her the hint with the whip and say "come that near you is the place of safety and peace, "it is I; but lilt be a crime its

-- -- other articles lij per bbl. lor the and To feel I bo vain a father's along," for a has been formed with with the
LAtICE.. half price for the .ue. eedinu: lime.frt Ullth lt w vain prayers treaty her cortsepuent following you ir the stable I the crime of love," and extending her

RANDOLPH, ATT01JN! \hen Cl t1'O' is tej.oiled' :at the d< po1, to To think. lllcr.1 a luo.ller'/! i traxe tears now;must close to this effect, that when npar you, she is nt v- t ], and out of it, is frst step always, and .I hands, she endeavored to appease him. Tho

Wn.l'r.1 *\ will prac ice in all the CourtsiMdle : be transported unmedia ely without respon-ibil.ty O'er hat W.IS i-nrc the duet' er to be struck: but if at a distance and diso- the key of tho whole system. This first lesson Count seized a cushion, and violently] forced

Florida and will a l< t"t 1 f such businclvbeentrusteJ -*- tor damage by exposure, no s or.ige wharla t Of all thc Ire isure I joys nf earth- bcdient, she suffers not after the fault, but during may be more effectual by i it over her lace and head. As she struggled]

;\. ol score OffiCe inil.ebuild-( will be charged; ; and when goodsaic/ I.mded atlhe This is u inollm's: : its commission By this treatment her and I perseverance
wharf of the .ld courage. say courage for some horS she upset a table, and the noise brought
(me.lv. occupied by Call and Walker; Company, nnd eJ on the whole up
ub.T&I h. 1637. 13: if road: ithin :iJ days alu r landing transpored neither storageor Ye' when the frt w:Id IT! .1 b is past nature bo changed, and .she may be f-gbt bravely in the first lesson; never afterwards :. her attendant*. The Count rushed out; a
Ocl wharfage ill be Of an us: i .\d di L.i'jhf, by the rational application of the principle if subdued. If
\ rh.rred ; .md no sioiage; wtl\ p.ll. they merely kick doctor was called in, but the Marchioness
Groceries, Groceries. be charged at the upper dtpoi un.il af er the 41ay. To Idt I ilu yc- of Jai I 10 Ilpav-'ii, ', to do any thing that a horse can do. 1 I and back towards you, the sue of the room had On the the Countwas

and And think' My i i" ih- n-l!* expired. same day
arrivals fioin Ball im ore Kcw Yoik d < hlll now show that she will
B we haeju1t: trecaivcd' and arc opening at.Store Alevc' ants will be required to settle' iheir trans This bcs. C'I dry I ; j. nsi'i( i 'g (e.lr. h\il feet &c. you nc handle enables you by keeping your eye constantly] seized in his house and taken to prison.As .

lonncilyocc'ipie.l' by Mr. J ant.'s M.-Uul- pona i.-n bills \ieeldy, und :l other transportation This yieds the Imiu I r l'ef. er as" soon a! I teach her what I on them, and sideling round, to avoid their (or Riccardioi Soares, slight aro

1.1 large and rhirc snitmcnt of GIIUCLjK :- 10 be paid on ddJ..ry.J Until the Chris ian't. pi us hope ant her to do. heels, as you apply the lash. The horse will entertained of her The hops ive
ami PROVISIONS, win h are offend ARC//ER OVrcomcs, a u-oihcr's gin'f. He went into and closed the recovery.
u I) Superintendent. door. She soon be tired of his hind
presenting legs to u l liquid had attacked the and
,ton or country trade on very arconimodatmgPROVISIONS. : __.Nov. 8,_18:17.. :_ U.wO.TS ame to him h. her jugular artery,
up ; shoulder
: : _ From th" Maine Far-ncr. patted then Y OU. But if the horse be a strong high spin nothing could! save her life but an operation

1eJVll OATS OATS.Buhelsol'OATS TAMING HORSES. h her arm, and carried his hand down the fore ed stallion of some age, who, badly managed' of the most dangerous nature. which was about -

llama oo exprctfd the eg; she drew back and trembled In in- timid .
qBa1timore fUfCd canvassed by The an jy some groom, has had lib own be
tlo d> MiddlingsjtonoreNrw e p Biig DlhilIOlr.lr'"l Da'iitmif: and f.w".lc 1 mysteiy rendering horses of the s taut be, was away from her, and the lash when he turns his head towards attempted.
Wli U Flour vtrv low by G. //. & T.I I I'. LlNUENBKRGIiR) ; most unruly diameter perfectly obedient ant.ii lied with "comu ap you then
Tallahassee Ou. 21!, 1817. docile 1) along. Up she came, comes the tug of war. In such cases, SANDWICU ISLANDS.-The
..I Butler and 1 ard I seems to be sati-factorily unfolded in genc Cincinnati
J&h. Mackciel, / nd Cheese.LIQfOIlS.!: -.----- t the annexed which ''I began again; she now stood fast, while Ii tlemen! I nwke myself] little ugly and out Evening Post, alluding to the establishment

MARSHAL'S SALE.By (communication, we extract ran his hand over her leg, and l andish in before of
from the !STew-York Spirit of the Times. patting soothing my appearance I enter lib a newspaper at the Sandwich Islands,
:lmpai Dt, Cognac, I'eadi1iptt' and Spanish virtue und in pursuance ( concerning
ibis following
BrandifS.n <.cutn-n, ( Fi. F.i. issued out the many years curiousarthasbeen deem "She
) ot is
..' country Gin, Jannici Hum C-'u.I of the Middle Dis'iirt of tl.rnlain, Supine and f<::>" cd by thc world something like supernatural lot to be hurt now when satisfied I touch, you her.see", that she is i ing style, (for horses are subject to pa'nicfrom i (the visit of an American vessel to

oB28hi.li and (' flhintI 'hkc y the county tf Jefferson, in which James: L. Pari.l h gift, withhich few men, and] these "far between sudden unusual appearances.) Before he these t Islands.Sandwich .

TOBACC( ''Es. i!defendant, I shi.utl, 01. Saturday IheOth d.I)' of J cntlow t- Ho then went from leg to leg, tifl!! she stood recovers his se-f-possession! and ran wonder Islands-Rtm 'lnlu.It i
:rrtor .id" Principe"' Cigus.Cu IS t 18,11.u the couit house in Jf.intirello, on said I Lewis', were ( c. According to Mr. jerfectly] quiet while he handled them. He[ at myaudacius imprudence. I fall aboard of i now fitty since !
years thej ship
!". fct Havan.i do day, il "al hours, at auction for account of the then Columbia
.i public cash, hc I mater any person possessing t- slightly tapped the inside of the foreleg! h him like five and forty wild cats, and beorehe Capt. Kendrick, and the "
.Cat Tobacco following: viz: *l.ms Joel a quick baud sloop
chewing in papersopleie property Sena, Jude: eye, ready active heel md said "foot( foot." "ubingon.
;! assuitm.-nt <,f chewing ntf (othrr tobacco: Gilbert, (-a3C, GilLrr j jr, Maria Cornelias, Alilly, and a certain portion of animal She raised it on thetoe ; l i is sufficiently self-possessed to front you, heis o(f only sixty ton burthen, as
I 'rioau Scotch Snuff. Amy and Cdy, tin ir increase. courage, by he took hold of it gently, firmly raised inspired with
4uapjMe : following the simple rules] of Mr. b.1 some considerable] respect forhi ship, were filled out at, and sailed from Boston
Cinp ,"'der, IrnjM-ri.il, &;. Hysm. '1 'eas. Levi < upon' as the piopcrty of the said defendant Jonathan ] it from the ground, patted her, then stopped : h new ciistomer's and But of
and be sold Smith, can learn to break the courage prowess. on a voyage trade nnd discovery
t,.fanil brown JSujar; ; jlT !l.iss: < s to to haiisly said executions according most unruly a few and after
Havaiirt. ColTer. ctiaiRw and fine Salt 10 la*. S. 11. UUVAL, Marshal. horse that ever stood upon four lees. 1 moments, repeated it, till when a while he be (ins to think the joke is round the world. This was. the first enter-

Him ;1In: 1\"'d Bit'e Ropp.naRiivni I Nov.; )II I. 1 Ic3G. LI.INGOI.LEN, Kv., Feb. 19 1S37. lie tapped it she raised thc foot off the ground J carrying too far. He turns and gives you a prize .f the kind, and was crowned with suc

-, 'Ihw'.iiaie, aim.; .nd., Itfisinril:; wniml i M.H{ Dear Sir.-It thc (for him. This he repeatedly to every fo it. l look, which plainly says "who the devil arel!" cess. There are circumstances
< Irtter: CrackerN Sift ru. ( aiM.lcs. 8"nt: IIJI.B. was on 2oth of May, "She now understands said I attending
he "tim make
am to
the noble '
.Limp Oil, Ilifle 1'<\der, frh t. t- .tl'I'"or'Iby Y virtu'- and in pursuance of I certain writ 1823, at Orange Court Housein the Old Dominion when I at sorry horse swear, on it, that are fresh in our worthy

u. H.atT.E.UNUEA.BEUCEl.NUTK'E. : of Fi 1.. i..uet l out nf the Superi r Court of (God bless !) where I then slightly tap her leg. say 'foot. I want even so provoking occasion; but I assureJOu record. Wben the memory arrived on
u ) tf Florida fur G-dxlen her lived h her to give it to me, and she do it, for if he is much addicted
1ihisec' Oct. 21. I II-If heIr.I.John C. county iy.; that I first saw the Jonathan Smith. It wj so to it as jackasses the Northwest coast, Capt Kendrick turnedhis
Aorn'r is she
Armi"IC.1. ; does not, she will know and other
pljnlif some animals
) 4 and Hubert L. Harrison tiiid Ira Sanb.rii was Court day, and he, surrounded by a crowd i will be consequence.I and he may at back on hi* country-prevailed on a number
and the la.-h
) H.M. DAVIDSON &BEUC.E- "'r.OTT fendants, I will .sell at public auction. un Saiuiday, of gentlemen, began thus; olTyundt'r, wj take my p'ead] the excuse of-"evil cummunictions of seamen to join him, took possession
I the Otli day (lfJan'laf', 181 at the house l place; I'm the most agreeable the two. corrupt manners." for this bad oi the
jilt trans-ict business court in "Every and trainer goo sloep Washington; and refused .
are my agents to : ni y of Q.U the. groom gentlemen] ha. Hoises to re
.tern G.ldsdclI county. Air. David/ son is ah>n an'ndtorccfnemnd ncy, fOilowlng property, vizFive >Uves, his own way of bridling, and taught will never kick you; theyan' habit. Now he surveys you, notwithstanding turn. Capt. Robert Gray then took
a l about 5i breaking am
\Vinny Martha a not ly afraid) but from commant
0 the
; not
\'e\r1 > the lash
the debts f the late firm association sharp
: : -
pay t > girl, 'd Griffin ; managing; horses. I teacher incessantly applied to the hind of the Columbia, and continued _
Harrison and a!' 19j; .nun-JO, ; S.lm,24j; lelry. am a of the art; ; ol ideas, take in VOY e--
pleasure touch it is axes ms
WuJir.W'M.1. U. WILDFR.lpalarhir..lt I aed 15Le I can tame the most ungovcmab'e horse your ; legs gaze on you, lays his ears close On bis return her called at the different clusters
\'ied and to be sold the on thc sign of peace. I will put her confidence to his hear] draws back his
upon MS ot
lips his I
this in disclosing of Islands
a, Jst August 1837. &a-6m: t property green one hour. if of injthc South Seas, and,
L Hal' fen, me of s.I1 ccfclllnl5. l>, satisfy I Ant any yoi ii in me to thc severest test. teeth. raises his fore feet and dashes among
JILT.-250 sacks salt, (or ale by said wru accor.im: to law. want to know how, I will t( y:.the theonand right at the ral At the Sandwich, where, ad welt as

It n.I JERRY. S. //. DUVAl.1U.1sh1 show you the practice on this condition:: He raised the whip, laid it on her back you. Woe to the timid braggart, who, with in other place he met with the most friend-

Stpi3,1837. T Jt L OI, 1837.. if I fail, you shall pay me nothing, if I sue- rubbed) her with it; she trembled like a leaf ti wandering eye daunted breast is not ready ly at Owyhee ; where the king resided.-

Let work ---- cced, and satisfy do it sue stood nearer to him. as if for protection with hands and heart and heels, and such
my recommend me. can as well as 1 I, eyes, was the confidence placed in captain

rilE Sub>rriber having: erccied ia sh-'p lit you and each of 'Ol, shall pay me ten dollar*. I. patted her; shook the whip over her. then Jbr' this crisis. Perhaps his time is come!( Gray, both by king and people, attentions

:\ "' store ne*ar Baileys Mill, offers his F will make horse follow me without bri : increased its lotion parallel to her back, till Po >r Johi.ny Riw.tvhil nvdnesi e.iuUI: : from the natives, that .
:Wee* to the purhe as N firl r..le Ou. itflJ nh, w die, halter or saddle? through this crowd,: it uhizzcd in the air, without even touching So ru ii a rat to fire 5'| rime :swell." i"pJ him particularly, they permitted
1 1 i is prepared[ to do Fwnrers plantalwn'ork,- ; her. louder arid 'louder it Let such bring away with bim, to Bea
.. : 1' MAGXOMA. tand quietly while I crack this sounded till lie began none presume to exercise the art their
|iijs>) will work on Carriages! or any o'h 'r m i n'th whip repeat of crowned prince, fully on
Irk hat 1 jsnccessaryto be done in hs. couc: 'ry ioU contino-the Morale and cdly o\er his back; make him give me to crack over; once only did she retire mastering even, much less than the noble his promises to return him them.relying
any to The-
jihw his diligence in djscharjrinp wo rk, II nIl i < ss at thii 1.Icl as 1'11.1: foot at command, and lie dowI if wi-h it.*. and back
losucii) >!ionieis., to secure to him a Jibera I Il slllre tnt wi.l! advance cah on C"U'I stoied il'i' thf'1 !" you was of!', she WIt the: lash. After this, he sud and practised horse teacher is for upwards of three years, and
: cried Ir-df ready
pttlnage EBiIt I; &E :.iL shipment to N. York, New Oiltuns, ort"htrl. "Agreed, Ign.cc a dozen voiof i.- elelll.rcccded raised the encounter. His had not been heard of for a large portion of

|l"lcv'' .Mi'Hs, Jefferson county, June 1 1. 45 ton, and nttt-nd with promptness > and desp.Urh; tn!: ce", which was one. "Bring up lIIslm's alu the whip and said he foresaw eye was fixed upon him. the tile, when in the summer of 1790, in
"come I
nil business entrusted and ig Up she came; then he cracked the coming s'orm, and the r
to tin ir rare.: I hey n'Uer mare, hue can do half what as open [fine
JAMES II. COOK, thcm.dfrm their experience: in binme,*, tl with her, he mu-t deal] with) the devil. aJ' it over her very often, and she never moved mouth: and high raised hoof of the indignant aferool Worcester, we had just arrived in Boston '

Xo. 100 BROADWAY, NEW YORl merit and receive :bbi-ial, bnrtrenfpub'icjtatr' gentlemen said Smith seems to
Between) Pine and. Broad Sin ct Their charges are as follows, viz: "there is no You meet them: bearing the stars and stripes of our country
Storage of Cotton the (] in it, but plain see gentlemen that the crack-
common arrived
fo season, C5cts c\i.hment sen it'as IOW. abre.ist of the Castle
1TERS for ule a full and Complete' aisortrt nent of per lale "lut when the and fired a national -
"' : \larkin5 and \'eihin1 each C| you wil S('('. Take the, mare into thai ing the whip i i. also a sign of peace. She will shadow's o'er his brow, he slips salute which
ne otniture, consisting of Hidebo.irctop ; s \* uh Filling: I aside, was promptly returned

I *. *, d> plain; Iresiug Bureaux wt: i marre Fir8t up .ili..f storage hiliuw I oil: ,gnod, Sllcts J 21){ cts per C bbl f1 1 home yonder; (i it was a]log house, about twenty I come to it if she sees mo, although a quarter So nimbly slips that: the vain horse rubbed past by that fortress. The firing was distinctly

ud plain top, Centre Tuble< both sqva and Each iuccceding m'th. 6{ per feet !square) al horses may be managed in of a mile off. Suppose your is afraid Throujrn C.TTp'y; sJr, and he so high so vast heard and seen from Boston, but none
1*with! Marble' Pifir _
tables do. of Who
top umbrella dealt
an take it the
the stroke
Item t. BENJ. BYRD CO. same ; to stable, make came thundering to the could imagine what
tie way. ship it
sctia and Millie., Breakfast:: tal ground
17th Oct.
,__ .. with it ;
ILu. MlOlia. Thf marc- fOluw yoU nn .I'n
1:37. your '
2 ; > Uf). 12.tl wn a \vi']l.. ckittiili! liinv. --- arr. ... and
.uunlIu .I1N 01 UIII\JilIIIICS.lsltu '11 llnll \'Olnl w.. _. J Nor rest, nor pause, nor, breath time is given fdg. doing and r eeiving.sucb
'11, Mulio-jiny Chairs from $3: to $20 each, GHOCERIKS.: high tempered withal, disposed .to kick and touch him., then hold it over his head, then en But rapid as the rattling hail from heaven hijh ,, inhabitants were all in mo

Item I''f Chairs of every description, \V arc.'r.,'be""! tVF have just! 1C't'ch'al from New Orloans an bite, and would] lOt let a stranger touch her. his( back and then take him into a lot so small Beats on the house top,showers 'horseman's shot,' ton, and coining to the long wharf by thou-
qualities sizes, ccreUincs andB okC '. ,' that he Around the 'Stallions
.scs cannot and Ic '
"Come him fol- hot
Wine Madeira escape you p'ring sands
J'Udics Wmk Tall!.. wit'i' :Nlaible! gentlemen, said Smith, "let us l-'rom this ; in the intciim the ship was recognized
liM !>, and v ood H'ine, l'lcklei, IThibkey, 4-c. which we will sell the go lOW there in like manner. He will to the finish is all 'iwee ho?any high. h nnstand: ) French Be ld<.t ').1 d., h low fur to stable. i cease to You now have my secret-so hand me the fee." ( and the artillery ordered out. As sho

| !edo. L'Htknig C Ias', (\ full uss 'rtmf:It. ot cash.G.. II. 4- T. LlNPENBERGF.il. As ho went along, he examined] a ear any thing, when you thus prove to him We did give Jonithan his fee came to anchor, ofTtbo end of the the
; F c'arefuly and I
IltMiuraws hat
; ami! Ft-athf Bcd, togctlitr' $ iib July 29, 137. 51 whip which he carried, fonnod like it will not hurt him; or if he is afraid, the have delighted multitude 'the whar
a no reason to it for rent air
lijirt.cle: : wagon I believe that
) ncisary In iurnish a I1lnsC. TciinIf er's great fear; of thing in repent this
-n!. ____ ( 'ii.triii2'th! 1 17. .t3 IIN \j .NOTICE. but lighter in the handle, and longer in Br'ak any rolls and contact with you. i method has more than once saved life acclimations, while salvos artillery shook
fillies my
the in
'- The rMibscril'ers linvinir, ooill(11: thong and lash When we to the door your accordance I the neighboring hilts astenished
QjJJ ;! tler got with these although am no Jach Mytton to throw and the
rlves in
1'AXIfor: lr>:37 due. lh'rr.wtile business under lime t Smith said no man but himself should enter. principles, applied by common self under a horse's heels ride my- people hurried into the city to the
rnE lire now By r'll. sence and or full tilt join gen.
will overa
|leH'e "Look1 they
beg ; to inform play no tricks. Give
1ctI.'IY their this
the 1.\ ; i iIri.'IJ through crack and eral
on subscriber' at his oflice III 'I'.ilia !, son what J do, rabbit wal ren. joy. The ship having returned the
**,and paying the nmf, the publir' will much l : 31tlhc public generally, that I they are and how 1 Jo it. Shut the door after me, and vour colt a first ]lesson; at the next, make him of the city lha salute -
now opcniiio; the store formerly' ied come the bridle JOhN LEWIS custom house barge was
8AML. J 11. t UVAL, uccn[> by i fasten it. up, lay on his head; when uj'e.i -
.Iv :3,1637., : 49 Tax Colb. tie Ule I Itolieri S. Miller, on the west 1 of ] to it it Late ofSpottsylvania County, Va. manned, when the venerable General Lincoln -
:: ,-.-. nor tide In he went suddenly and ] put on, make him follow with the
Munroe and
Street and ''PP"iIeVashiiiuiriuun] Square very boldly, bridle collector of the port with the owners
CITY on, without then
STABLES, in I he Cilv ( before the mare could him he holding, lead him. From the London of the Columbia
I IfT.I.II.a.se. assort survey was Court Journal.A board
: clt'ral Handle his repaired on and after -
Formerly Peter Kobiiisoii's. I uH'iit of) ) ,, !and giving her the lash on her hind legs and leg, and feel as you have seen NEW TRAGEDY ,
ENACTED bidding a
Grlctre hearty welcome
p RE fullowing' rules it .. : done to day. Teach him AT to Capt Gray
reRulaiion* are which lucy ofler with also to bear the
ed 1 ftC c optII 1 for sale: on : ccoiii< ; I jug lernis.I quick, sharp strokes- Around she wenr, RIO JANEIRO.A and his
for the ot the above crack of the princely passenger, they all returnedto
government Mal 'Ie. .
whip him
> near and his
1)I over
MrltAKNY.SA.MK. : kickingjumping
I' Lrk
'till be sti H is backing out. and seeming Conespodent ha favore-l the wharf
icily hoped ih y wi! These should : us with the together, when the air again
Mg-neral saiiblacuon! and I'. HAWKS. as if she would break through the side of c\eral teachings occupy fifteen
prevent any zni.uiianding. the following particulars of'a tragic rung with loud acclimations the
sscenn which and artillery
Talal'f! house or twenty minutes, twice for -
Feb. a three
25th 29.lf tha day, or
I fie //ire of aHack t H37. from keeping. No greatest possible distance i four days then you bring blanket I has: recently taken phce at Rio Janeiro, again poured forth its thunder. The
COTTON. hil r I, no breathing time was i may your sicircinglu and "hi'h is now the all prince, who has
four an in
tl5 00 day' to him engrossing topic of Appolio personal
per the ; go on as with the umbrella. sym
given; sweat flow
HnckandpairSulkey TllH J iWriber is now f advanc' began to and the mare conversation in the fashionable circles metry and
70 ready > upon to the
and ho s! pun' base Cotton, nt ihc lushest m ukct prie.irLLIA.M began to slacken her rjiovements, and occasionally girt t on; \Ve tell the tale as it i is told to us. efthe ancient Roman form
make him coveted with
Single horse, 2W"OOpcrwtek' CKN71CR: to turn so follow wild on; do this several : ,
as to screenher hind i A eh' rt lime since
legs small
'*o do Oct. t.i. J8J7. 10 times after that in I marriage was much feathers of the most beautiful plumage.which ,
No. ;
__ 4 ''rn"s ro "'. from the lash. When she turned her head bring your saddle, use
Horse Livery 25 him tllker.1m the UPI|)' r circles of Rio Janeiro glittered in the ] his
a 0 per mt.t,11 towards him and to it in the same manner. Put it and ; sun, on body
lj NO I ICE. approached he ,
1 ncare-t th-tl of Count
per d. stop- AlpliMtizo de be wore close dress
Single fee.1 } the make him follow: after he is used to it Zumiga, 1 youth a not visible, except tbe
j2i indebted ped whip his lay
ALL persons to the estate of the lute stlldlc. out hand towards Will the sleeve and
I "rsrs hired ml.t be paid fo j in a.Jafl'e. un- JUEIH \V. KING, of ChatMh-ochee.aie. her and said "COnC along." But she oil over it a ]lung, narrow bag, with thirty pounds I ,1 ft\veniy-lbree widow Marchioness!d'Ossar.i over it a large flowing robe, in

Hike pcis.on has an ac'4.unt with es. I tt immediate ._ was in cacti end and let him I who -till retained some ves11:1' the form of the toga, made of cloth, covered
h ._. __ nivment to the mivi.nn auain iutantly.. :nrim tln \L.51. follow with these on I -
t horse deliveird without nn order from tIle i ; ami' I"e having claim- against the said ed. iud wa-- :mllir' in ihe stable, and in the lot, with the bridle : nl rti-paited; beauty.. The Marchioii's with feathers, precisely like the helmet In
Krorto his known esta-e Presently she
en'an. wil pr a 'i t the M, duly authentic stopped turned, lookedat uiPiii iitlei-iinii; fur this
.ted within the Count
I he drawn as tight as when in the was en- costume, he took arm of
okinj in the stable him. and hands of thc ri-
t is entirely forbid-'I beishineiiL i precubcd by law, oi iliey will be foiev inclined slightly towards him. lie te
will be closed at 10 o'clock.. Perw;n barr, d. JO.NA Adn.V.. cr reached out his hand der. Ilc|>eat this sevral times, and you l'r..lv nrkiii'wl.-dgi-d, but it was not less Capt Gray and a procession being formed,
tlng Hill please close the Nov. I8r.7. R'INSUN. stopped and may know tutu he sought; but to Ihey marched to Governor
ga'e. 1 |5-8n, touched her neck whipping put on your boy in the stable; still let him I I secure her large Hancock's, who

lth 4 : THE PROPRIETOR.ien. long." Hut there saying < : follow you; then in the lol several times. Aftei I loiluri.; ', and .llls precautions had be.-n un- sent his: Adjutant General to bid him wel!
rfflu $150 was no come along] in her
Reward. ;; ahlt to ruiireil I his violent come. After residence
attachment a of
day or two increase to some months
there she you distance
iaE Subscjl'cr M LBS' offers lOft for S.LI.sale ;. R.fNAH'AY or 1..h'l on tho :.jof S-p! mber and plied the stood lash sullenly. Away"come lie leaped", from him, towards the centre of your the cir- lic'irdll.So-ires, a young and beautiful the sbip was refitted, and with the same

I' Inttate AIUL'-.S They a team of wd six Columbia three the of employ of J I f Mooro, near She turned repeated along. cl; in which he walks. He will soon walk Portuguese dancer! whom the enthusiasticlVfqiienti'r.4 commander, returned the prince in safety to
yo'injand towards him
'ire came and
I -The wagon; hears m abo bo has down lo k mnmcntshe You ed u match for the all that '
y purchased a when spokm; 'lo, with a heavy advance may now bring in another gentle horse, <'olhi'll.d accumplishlliellls sprung friendly intercsurse between

HA lBl JOHNSON. beard; aldo his brother, /Filhain, ubont 22 years began he to he did also, so that ivillt rider nn., fit walk with,_, him_ hit _I"..';_t..( (ll TIioui] full l 1.:nnnv, _P.I.Jnr.. __ 1 those happy islanders and the United States.
e. Srnt. tsu I :( 4-tf ap., 5 ,feet 7 or 8 inches Ilgh..f rrxiH. Il now was near her., he her slopped -nUl
-- -- Urn. of .nn."n".. patl.r him at first. After a few walks thus in the On the 17ih of July], last a new in to whom they are indebted for civilization
y( complexion also 1Ienr whipping, and he opera,
as i
NOTICE.I ":. low ; ), about il away, said "come
of ) lot, take them and which Riccardina wa* lo dance and the useful arts, which aro
I \'It SUnCR! BKR in lend years age 5. fet 8 inches high, 'Mark, nnd along. She began to move with; but as il you may out, with ordinary the Cach- making such

llro'n' Ih..Territoryoffers4orsi1eavthuiable' in to remove from I stout bu.lt.; The buy Adam CJH write a pritly good panic struck, a moment afterwards darledot. care, your colt is broken and gentle, without ucha, attracied an oVfrf'win house, Riceiirdina progress nong them. ?

.eLolU.( ituated nb .ut sit miles liom Tal- land h nd.' and The I was said under negroes the are impression leccutly from that Alary The lash was poured into her.:, She having injured himself or his rider. To teach appeared was rfctvedith; tumultuous The mind and the body.-Oh what '

I.("hl', h Lake Jackson co..tainme;. 400 acres. rndcaiour to return; but or-'u'i stances have lhfvwould stopped and temucd.tYou'J ] him to lie down, is quite easy, after the foot npplause. The acclamation bo- crushing sense of a

'ure cetied] : and under CUJtlV81 iuc.loUerl't.r .- ItUrly linn to our
sale the us "they cannot
giow>ngiopund fetock,, kUtlcn. I 8150 ''or the thief and hold it firmly the other fore Cachucha, she advanced 'our
.t tnf UlackbUill, tOO!$ a..d pay negroes, generally do this when giving ; tap leg, and ask striking her cus- mind. When the bund
UleQ III, tS for each ,1 tho up. cannot what
< III ( legros.JOlN for it. lIe will t.inet toward the orchestra. i
tIOD gin. She necessarily come on his knees. But at Ihemo.
he the
approached her soul active
) I ; neck as ever
frOOLFOLK. patted conceives
stop and
.\t.: was formerly owned by Capt. U! F Colu'tibus.Ga. Oct. 21, 15 Im ped whipping, and said "come along," slow- Perhaps ho \iLl bounce up, alarmed at his ment she saluted the admiring audience poor The'quick life tied to the dead form-desires

ioU. !s n 'l a valuable mill seat and frompossesscj 117 from her. She now.. nh"vPL .4"\t lsv.In f* l.t... new position.) But you must have patienceto Riccardini shrieked and f.1 backwards. She the ideas fresh

$ tuthe,other considerable 'dviitge. MARSHAL'S SALE. several- times round' -- the room.. -.He. ''6 'I'"j teach a horse what you want him to do. was carried off the stago horrible convulsions rich and golden 8, immortalty.broken gushing forth

kmsPll) pl'lpd..t..r on the p'antaTUO.ViAStilMSON.. B Y virtue and in pursuance of a writ of fieri her neck, and, as she was pafe Begin agaio; bring him in the same mannerS und uttering fearful shrieks, and the aching frame and the nerves, and

at25ib, 1837: 3-t( fa"i iltf is-oied out of the HurCour of the suddenly darted following Iim, at first, on'his knees, till he will remain curtain dropped. The report soon spreadall it uihirst for weary eyes! The spir
began UK
:UI;Idle (i.vt.ofKondif| lr Leon 1'. Hjownia whip, crying KWI. ." quiet in that attitude, permitting you to walk over the house that aqa.ifortihjd been liberty and heaven-damning,
& C chekmg
LTitcelved she consciousness
are nnd William Instantly titan
perSomcii-l, 100 baskets SitU 111"Inttl. B Shrlt m de round him without cast her wa are walled
; = fer.dint.j have Irv'td' und will was at his side, and the whip ceased attempting to rise. Do upon and she was dreadfully burnt. and
10 Lll$ Irish I'oUtoes; 50 bales Hay upon expose at pu!. to flash up prisoned in a dungeon that
t"j : this until The must. be
R. lie sale. bt puble Yfdup., to the highest bidder, at through the air, and lie was putting her neck he is used to it; then, when he is on t whole house wis transported with rage our burial place! Talk not

1.1mRY. tin Court house in Tallahassee, on Saturday his knees, to a hind foot and und indignation. The instinct freom
tbi2il as she followed jtiim round. Whenever shun go make him I of the ,multitude there is such oJ
., __day of December in leiftl noun, the follow. give that to 0 a thing as a man
-- When in that
net he you. position ask immediately pointed out the Murchion-
'I NOTICE.'Per'icas m,; properly, viz. ITract Sec. 3. Town. lagged, was away, and the whip applied for the other hind d'Oasara wbo.e body is the jail,-whose infirmities
fool and ess
l indebted I, range I, Nand containing, 80 50 100 Never after that would she remain two ; down ho comes I us the perpetrator of the deed. are the racks of -

rcux:, late of t the ettate of Francis Ah,.& the S E: quarter of section twenty-three tlwn.acle. from him. on his side. Perhaps (if he is a timid animal) She attended the performance. The crowd genius'

make Li n county dec'd are re- ihip one, ran, oDe, NondV ho will be alarmed at his i ushcH to her Individual JugtJt._There are
( immrdiaie payment end tbo ,hav- CnLiDiag I 159 44 "You tee gentlemen new position, and I box; it was deserted, I ut on tht many
; said he "the in
ills lOt acres.Levied prin rise cases honest
arans.id estate are hereby notified to The up instantly; but take care to pat him as red velvet that ornamented some of ityellowish I an ., well-educated

"_ njnrropcrfwm, within the lime! pre. nid. upon and to bo sold! as the property ol' ciple. whip never touches her to hurt, ho goes down, and while he is on the ground, staips- sere detected, denoting.theaction pait. II I high-hearted individual is a much better

,'JI *3 thc UBdm'nd' or will defeDJalt. to SAtUfy said writ arcIrd.n. ; to near me: nothing near me, or that J 1 but he judge than the multitude of
they be Irw. as rises and is his ofa what
.t.II SA3f H. DUVAL, M..hal. bring to her is hurt firmly on feet,. you core niva liquid.. AIK doubt was i right
to her much hnd what
Oe'. SI so as her is and i id
1837. must retire and
CH1RLES BECKSrEIN I give him a slight admonition new removed. The infarutrd wrong I'mattrl.he
I lf17, $ Adm'r. iIieabove axle is .L fear of me, or any thing in contact with Ipectfton i is not worth three
< postponed until Saturday i me. the lash that he is devastated straws'if ) $ the rnul-
doing the box. The
142m wit curtain the
the 6tl d.yef He then took off hi! glow thruit h'nj fist wrong get up rose; 9hitude
Januar1tn soon. Go again and forward or coax him oitot1iijaagntcnt.
I again through th p. manager ram and confirmed tbt -Bulwer.J ,

". t resided in some miserable sheila of buildings after the di* steamer( Horot '
be <
I Second Potttcript.
NEW YOI.E:, NOT. 29. The fact of bis retaining this armed body is bard fighting until 5 A. u.-for awhile the on the expoied neck of land between the talked of, and ts ifu* I ot

PROM LOITER CAN ADA. mentioned in letters from Sorel, and is can- Patriots were put to confusion.A Wd are indebted to the editors ef the creek and lake. The common council of fatal Impulse, Immediately per. with '

We have the Montreal papers of Thurs firmed by one who saw them at his distillery. reinforcement of 1,800 Patriots came American for the subjoined; slip from the the city diiected two years ago, that no hou- that this should be the vessel she her -

day, but they contain: no intelligence at all City Gmtes.We are authorized to state; up attacked the British in the rear and routed Burlington4Free Press, our own not having r ses should be erected there unless they were homo in. The name seemed to woej ,
in that until farther notice the them. The had retreated to a arrived. As before, we give it for what it is ?
comparable interest with the following entrance gates Royalist based on good brick or stone foundations, at charm in that invited those T .
from Bdrli of the of wood and accessions of the Cana- worth-but it is certainly very extraordinary itelf
gtn. upper town Quebec will be closed constant least eight feet high. The title to the landis preparing our winter for 1} ij*
Correspondence of the Commercial Advertiser. every night at 8 o'clock, and will remain dian troops were pouring in when the mesSenger that such event should happen at St Charlesoh disputed in many in instances, and temporary ier skies of thei oW HerhuiL?
shut till in the The wick- left. Sunday morning; and bo entirely unknown Soutb *
gun-fire morning.
PRESS OFFICE, 1 buildings have been put up on blocks at resolved to defer return u
will -the convenience of The had burned the village 01 at Montreal .)Monday night. Sure ti
eta be left for Royalist
Burlington, Nov. 26. ) open must hive the four corner, and several families gone period, but it ".t. no purpose. Ti
Canada-Engagement.Between foot passengers.We St Charles. h' some few of tho flying troops for the sake ef mented wife seemed bent her .
the Loyalist into them obtaining posses on fire '
and Patnoli observe that laborers are employed at We look hourly for further intelligence.The reached the city-their obvious place of re- lution and r* *
-lG killed and wounded sion. It has been wonder that they would perished the whole of V
John's Gate the foundation for result is doubtful. -by that time-:a distance of less than (
By the steam boat Franklin: which arrived St. digging uge risk their lives: in such frail tenements, foi teresting family. 5'S
at 9 o'clerk this n cuard-house to be erected there; double Great fddrs are entertained at Montreal of 50 miles.:: From the earlicjt times
would the
: morning, we learn that anengagement PRESS OFFICE from their appearance one imaginethat (troth of
invasion from Terrebonne where large FREE ,
bear a
sentries aNo ted. The an
has taken place between 200 of po guns common wind would prostrate them. narrations prescience, or
the advances to the principal pauiot force was collected. Burlington, Nov. 29. foresight ,,
the ing up Icadil'.g been
British the
regulars and the Canadians at Some of llhc e this morning were floating: impressed upon
Charles Battle Attack St. Charles
Almo-tall the at St. Decisive on I
remonnted were
of the have been regulars
St. Dennis in entrances city, i and lie credulous and superstitious
which the Utter were success- about the harbcr, while hero there minds. W.
The Volunteers barricading the streetsof The Loyalists defeated and dispersed.An t
and in the embrasures. were
ful. The Loyalists lest 16, killed and! placed the broken fragments of those that were not not undertake to scan the mysteries
wounded, and two brass piece!. Captain We have just receivrtd the following from the city.Fiom. intelligent gentleman, who left Swan- strong enough to resist the force of the in- tal operations, nor the secret and .rm
our correspondent, the editor of the Courier. the Montreal Herald of Tuesday.We ton last nigh arrived in the northern stage i which
Malcon sympathies
is reported as mortally wounded. undation. Some: ten or twelve houses- may connect the
The Patriot loss was nat known. The troops on their way to St. Charles, understand that the LJ'<:-strects enter this morning, brings us information of a de. part of them uninhabited--were washed rial and imaginative faculties, as it "Itl
were stopped at St. Dennis by the rebels. ing from the suburbs to the city are to be cisive engagement between the patriots and ,
It with the
appears that the Patriots have made a completely from their foundations across the a transpaient mirror, events .
They had fortified a large hdue, from which immediately barricaded, and .the four principal Ic loyalists Sfcturduy night. I and future. But o
stand at St Charles, about 30 miles below I crock, and are now strewed about in every past certainly,
Montreal, and are repairing an old French they fired on the troops, several of whom are enhances alone to be left open. A scaffolding Our informant: Mr. Sanborn, of Plaits- I direction. Several vessels! Were stranded ny facts of a similar kind have thoug,
killed and number wounded. .4mong the is also in of erection inside i burg, thai an arrived at Swar.- .
Fort. Their number is stated at two thou- a process I say express hih\ : \ and dry on the beach. The schooner ed to us of ou.r owu personal !
sand or more well armed and furnished, and latter Captain Markham. The St. Georgeleft the wall of the new' goal, to enable the troops I. (ton last night, at 6 o'clock, bringing des- Edward Bancroft lay up in the centre of their dreadful certitude, knowledge.aU :
this 5 o'cUck with a reinfrcenentoftwo fire rebel force which patches from Mr. Brown, at St. Chailes,
morning at to on any mayattemptto
that they have eight brass pieces. On Wed, Ohio street. She even dragged her anchor one more clearly enchained in all iu jJJ
field pieces and two com rescue the prisoners at present in prison, dated at 11 o'clock. A* M. on Monday, giving than that which
nesday a detachment of 800 regulars and some distance up into the city. The steam we have related. It
panics of the 32d. or enter the city from the Quebec suburbs. ; a particular account of tho engagement.Mr. calculated to fill tbe soul with G
UOO volunteers left Montreal\ with intention ferry boat lays high aground and considerably h rror,
Two of tho rebels were made prisoners, FREE PRESS OFFICE, Swanton says he saw the letter, heardit 10"
breaking up this post. They landed on } damaged.. The} O. P. Starkie the Bran dispose the mind to come to tbo awful
and are supposed killed.: Balls vere Burlington, Nov 28. J read, and was present at the examinationof C
many and the Texas elusion that the entire circle of
Thursday, and had taken their line of dywine, schooners were ibis Q,
up fired into and through the house from_ the Direct from St. Charles.A the messenger: who brought it. ,
driven shore but sal is a work carved and
much foi St. Charles.. The advance guard, on not materially damaged.The being
howitzer. who left There can be no mistake. The following pictur Mon
consisting ef 200 regulars had proceeded as very intelligent gentleman loss of life-ihe most dreadful! portion the map creation, with a ,j*.
FURTHER PARTICULARS.The Swanton this morning, brings us ncdirect letter from our obliging correspondent, Mr. posti'
far as St. Dennis when they were attackedby of the calaairoph :-cannot at present, ,ilalions, as to what in our or tim.
return of killed and wounded in tho from St Charles to o'clock A M, and Whittemore, at St. Albans! embodies the
the Canadian populace, and after a severe be ascertained. Five bodies have been lies yet unrevealed in the destinies 01"
affair of St. Denis understand to be as from St Mary's, 14 miles from St Charles, facts substantially as we gather thorn from
engagement drirct. back with the loss above we brought to the watch house, but nnny: probably future, as to that which has already
stated. follows: 1 sergeant and 1 private of the 24th; to 5 o'clock P M on Saturday. Up to the our informant. We thereforo adopt it lor ( are not discovered. Those are two consigned t8 ibo annals of ihe
3 privates of the 32d, and we believe two privates hour he left St Charles no attack had been the present occasion, paL
On arrived children of John Uerman [N, Y.
Thursday night a !steam: boat a young man-- Evening Star,
I 66th killed 5 of the 32d made that was Dear Sir-The glorious news has just
of the nor
; men on post any canwnading
Montreal\ bringing the bodies of the slain, name unknown, theufe of Win. Jud:>en,
I 24th wounded of them heard at St Mary's at 5 o'clock. The arrived here, which be impicitly; credited -
and one dangerously.We pat- may Loss the steamboat
when a new detachment consisting of the and a coloured woman. Wm., Judson, livedin of Ceylon.ncsday .-
believe theabove estimates of the wounded riot force on Saturday was known to be 4000at .hat at 11 o'clock on the evening of W.
entire regular force of the city, was utmie* a house near tha stone building, foot of night last, the steamer
Markham St Charles, and 1500 at St Dennis with the 25th inst the regular and volunteer British l
does net include Capt. nor Louisville for New Orleans
dialvly despatched: down the river. The Mechanic street. When his house was des- about dark .
those who arc slightly hurt. hourly acquisitions of men and munitions.The !. force' 1200 strong; made an unexpected
next boat will undoubtedly bring us further yet troyed, his two children were in bed, and ving on board about 300 passengers tt
On the other side, the number are now government force supposed to be 700 assault upon the fort at St. Charles, about
and more decisive particlars. All seem to have not yet been found. lie and his wife able cargo. and a number of horses. Abq
depend on the tesult of this expedition, as known to be much greater. Report placesMr. strong, then lay between Si Charles and St 35 miles from Montreal. got on the canal bridge, where she perishedof 10 o'coct at night the boat was discover
OvidePcrrault M. P. P. those Dennis. This is the The assault and resisted with
first was urged
among undoubtedly detachment *
the entire regular force of the government i iengigcd is the cold, and he escaped by swimming to tf on fl ,andshortly afterwards: theflaj
: in it. The Patriots have a found- ', killed in the large house.A that left Montreal. In regard to the greatest obstinacy and most determined i. a pile; boards, f om which he was rescued burst out of the hold, where it
who arrived in town the second detachment informant Ics lution on both sides until originat
gentleman yester our near morning
dry at St. Charles, and are casting their saysa We saw him this morning,wrapped in a quilt, Whether communicated from uofe
from St. Albans Vt. that Dr. that landed Lon- wien the British attacked in fre
day reports report was current they at were suddenly the boilers insome other
own cannon. looking among the wreck of his dwelling, or manner, we fen
Cote, E. E. Rodier, and Joshua Bell, are at gueil, with the intention of reaching Saint the rear by hbout 1600 patriots from St.
Rcpoit says that the Pdtriot force at St. which had floated into the canal, for the bodies not learned. It was found impossibly
Chailes is under the command of the French Swaiiton; and that Louis Merchand, Eus- Charles by land ; but they were assailed by Mathias, 14 miles distant, who hearing the of his children. I run her ashore when first discovered

officers of distinction! trained under Bona-I tache Sospras, Timothe Franchere, Dr. the inhabitants from tho bush and road side, cannonading, Icached to the rescue, and :Many other vessels. steamboats, &c. are she was run the whole length of the

parte. Of this,however, we have no authentic Davignon, Papineau, of St. Cesaire, and and finally driven back to Lon ueil, This, came up just in time to save the fort whichwas more or less damaged, as well as most .f River reach, a distance of about 22 &

information. three others not named, are at Highgate.Watchman however, ho give as report only. But, certain about being captured.The the ware houses on the docks. The loss in a complete sheet of flames, when she"

This news seems scarcely credible, but it and Journal Office, } it is, that this detachment had not been royalists immediately fled in all directions of property is difficult. to estimate. It is run ashore with admirable skill by toe

was evidently believed at Burlington, as appears MONTFELIER, Vt. Nov. 28. } heard of in the vicinity of St Charles. 1'. into tho oods, with the patriots at strewed in every direction. About twenty- A gravel bar on each side of the river pi
We hive: been favored with an interesting S. Brown commands the patriot forces in their heels, and will probably all be killed or have vented her shore F.
by the following fioiu the Argus of five buildings, such as we described, being run on sooner.
yesterday. letter from a gentleman in Alburgb, dated person, and is said to be in high spirits. taken piisoners, as the pattiots under Gen. were either totally destroyed, or torn from soon as she was made fast, the passenpa.

Correspondence of lie ..21'uaay Argns.BURLINGTON. the 2cth, from which we make the following Our informant also gives the official patri Brown, had previously cut off all m jans ot their foundations: by the flood. all got ashore safe, not a single life

Nov. 26 1837. extracts: report_ of the St Dennis engagement, escape, by destroying the boats in the river Several vessels and stearnbonts- must htv_, been lost. The boat. cargo and baz haY

Dear sir-I enclose in haste, extra, "We have had plenty of company here fora which varies from our former report only in Richelieu and stationing forces in tha wnly been on the lake, where it------------u was hardly possible the passengers were totally- lost. We 0,b a--*>
you an week Our visitors are principally this that the loyalists lost about fifty in places where they might retreat.
from of officers which |Ipast. ; ; for any thing to live. It is rumwred ever understand that the horses on
one our on you may Radicals from Canada. They are collecting killed and wounded, and the Canadians but When the the express left St. Chailes at thai the Cleveland went down the river and were saved. The passengers give b
and farther it i is p
correct -
I icly that as but ;few hours after more, there expected must arms ammunition very rapidly. The seven. The loyalists left behind them, thir- i 7 A. M. on the 26th, the patriots were in is safe. credit to Capt Hale and his ciew forabe.

have: been a at ,St. Charles, feelings of our inhabitants are very mulch interested teen wounded, two pieces of cannon, 100 hot pursuit. The patriots lost in the assault We wait anxiously for further particulars. ocr in which they conducted ,e.bring

only 6 miles an from engrigement St. Dennis between the :: in their favor, and there appears to cannon balls, and a considerable quantity of on the fort about 200 men in killed and P. S. The New England steamboat came the lying period.

Canadians under : to be a similar feeling among the citizens of St. other munitions. It seems the attack was wounded. The loss of the assailants i is not in this morning. Reports, left Cleland at The Ceylon was one of the most iptadid
F.ipineau, amounting Albns. They have been presented with unexpectedly made: the tr* from known. They left behind them two pieces
near 3000 wjjh! 8 and upon ops two P. M. yesterday, in company with the passenger boats on the western wite;
detachment, of the pieces 1st Royals artillery, amounting, to a quite a number of guns swords, &c. by individuals the windows and doors of the houses, with of cannon ; but did not burn the village of Constitution, the latter not yet heard from. about 300 tons burthen, and only six monk

800 with 14 of of this village. And the girls are most deadly effect ; and hardly had they St. Charles. The New Enghnd rode out the whole gale old. She was partly owned in

near ncau is in, the old fort pieces and has artillery.with him Papi-two preparing a standard to present them. Messengers brought their guns to bear upon the enemy There is no doubt of the result ; the Brit- without damage. The schooner James G. and the remainder in this city, PiU wu.

of Napoloon's officers, in command. lIe : are frequently passing to and from in the front, before they wire attacked in ish forces this side Quebec, are nearly all. King came in last: night. She reports the limaled at $30,000, 20,000 of which 1 .

has also a for Vie Canada. The people of 1i sis
are foundry the result casting cannon.The father by the by, are all Tories, keep a guard on great confusion. Several of the soldiers: rage is aroused iii the French (population so Brandy"Inc uut id\. The Jailer beached $10,000 by the Beaver Insurance officttrfPittsburg
waiting anxiously. all the roads leading through or near that slain it is said: were thrown into the river, much despised, and so tauntingly stigmatized Pa.
the real have not been heard from.
of Mr. yet
T. S. Brown of the leaders of
one examine and afurwards found the as cowards, which will take vengeance
the French place, and slop %and all suspicious were by patriotswith shortly A woman in one ofthe houses: clung to
arrived this
party, here morning in their accoutrements them. This their for the slavery Fromths Baltimore Chronicle, Dec.L
'* persons. They are, my opinion, takinga upon upon oppressors the window sill, with the water up to her
end brings intelligence. a \. foolish course, for the government is is the patriot version at St Charles. of nearly half eenlury chin and supported her three children, who LATEST FROM EUROPE-DIREc

That the antecedent occurrences were ofa in no condition to seiid'! troops there t te assist Our informant is a very intelligent gentle. It is said there is scarcely a royalist in clung to her back-but these one after ano- By the arrival at port yester'yt;
nature likely to result in some such collision radicals obtain who has good means of information Ihe whole French population. The women the ViTareham
them and should the man ther ship Capt. ,
; I dropped oil"-the last but a short time rol'
as the above, is evident from the sub- possession of St.; Johns, which I have no and who, we believe, has stated to untruly are engaged in making ball cjirtridgeand areas before bid reached her, at 4 o'clock this diz, whence'she sailed on the 22d ef 0

joined statements,which we find in the Mon. doubt they will do in a few weeks, ih'-y will what he believes to bo the facts-from all enthusiastic as their husbands and bro ber, we have received files of Cadiz

treal Gazette Thnrsday evening.It ba in hot water. And indeed I believe that which would appear that the loyalists havo th e rs. morning.Another woman came safely across the to the ,21 st October. They contain f

is currently repotted! and believed] in the Radicals now on this side of the line will placed themselves in a false position, and if :Many of them, in advance of the British creek on a slick of limber' with aa infant in tie intelligence: of interest to .meric.

town, that Papineau, W o fred Nelson Brown, make a dash upon them when they leave here. they ever return to Montreal again, they forces, threw into the river all! then furniture her arms. I

and some other leaders, are now at Si. Sir John CuI hum, the commander in chief will, to say the least, be very fortunate. : and provisions that they could hot carry, A man left his f.imily: on the roof of his ders.By a royal decree, the plate, je.e nl

Charles, where, with a large body of aimed of Canada, has issued a proclamation offer We understand that most or all the roads' and oct fire to and abandoned their houses, hou-f, and warn fir a boat to lake them off. other valuables] ot the Cathedrals, CoU

habitants, they are said to be fortifying them- ing a large bounty to all who will enlist for a on the line aro guarded by loyal militia, and rather than they should fail into the hinds of It was the last he eversaw uftlH. m. and all ecclesiastical establishments
selves from the of the law and theQueen's p
majesty term of years, or duiing the war. that e\eiy person nho passes in closely the enemy.An ced at the disposal of the Government t

troops. In consequence of these The radicals are conontrating their for- scrutinized. Scvcial persons have been rxpn'ss has arrived, reques'ing that S 1'. LOUIS, Nev. 20. pledged to raise money to carry on tbe n

report, a detachment of three companies of ces at St. Charles and St. Zvzervcs, and refused permission to cross the line with the steam boats be sent to St. Johns imme STATE HAUSE BURNT--PART OF THE The papers are filled wit accounts of sfrmishes
the 24lb, under Lieut. Col. Hughes, and their The inhabitants :Montreal between the of Don
have commenced fortifying the 'first mentioned property. diately. were leaving STATE LIBRARY* AND: ALL TilE ROLLS AND trorps Caro"
one company of the 32d, under Capt. Mark- place. It is expected that a Declaration Missiskoui\ Bay, Slab City and St Johns and the banks at that place and Que- PAPERS IN TilE OFFICE OF THE :SECRETARY: the Queen, which appear to be of e C

ham, a detachment of artillery, under Lieut. of Independence will be issued by the Canadians were in hourly exportation of an atfick from bec are f forwarding their specie to the States. OF STATE DE.STROH.D.-- sequence.It .

Newcomen, with two field pieces, and about in a few daysand then the yankees: the patriots. Commandant Brown, in his letter //Ials-: On Wednesday night last the StateHouse appears that at the latest dates, D
twelve of tho Montreal under Cor- .. _. ,. ,. .
cavalry, will make tracks lot Canada. At least- nine A meeting has been held at Cluirchville, .4 The troops; are flung in al: directionsthe in tht- city of Jcfl'erson, was burnt Carlos was in Quintanar, with the very j pmP

net Tweeny,-all under the command of the tenths of' the people arc radicals, a crisis has Toronto District: Upper Canada, which virtually I patriots in hilt pursuit. an.! it is hardly down. The lire, as we leant from a Idler, bable! design of marching upon the Ebro.Epartoro >

Hon. Colonel Gore, were embarked yesterday arrived and if they intend to revolutionize, declared independence, and reported I [pos.-iblu that a single; soldier shall return to written by a gentleman lIf that place on the commander of the Queen's '
at'lerncon for Sorel where will be
they now is tho time to do it. The feelings of the constitution for what they call the state Monti c-al." Thursday morning, i is supposed to have been ce?, was in Burgo de Osma-and Caroa
disembarked if the steamboat cannot pro while the of Canada." the Bidcvcll The mail for the States leaves ?Montrca fire iu in Lcrma The siego of
great mass of the people are for it I; Upper Report s coiunuinicaled: by a brand from the
ceed up the Richelieu, and precccd by land government have only 4500 troops in the \ / is in motion again. at 9 in the morning. Wo have the morning; the loom occupied as the oljice of the Secretary Carlos was raised on the 4th October. 1
to St.: Charles. A combined movement, on I I is evident if the before us are to k
whole province, and cannot get more unti* One o'clock.P. paper of Tuesday, which of course must of State, (which is iu the north west papers
the Mime point, we believe, will be made at relied that Don Dailos has gained
the opening navigation next spring." S. Since the above was in Type; we have: left :Montreal at (that hour, milling of I corner of the building on time second story,) upon, >
iho fame time by the troops stationed at "2 O'CLOCK; I'. )I. have received the Albany Argus extra, i-iu- :ill I 1 t these disasterhappening: on Sunday rolling down on the floor. The fire \\udilcuvcrcd thing by his attempt upon the Capitol, r
which consist of four of his fortunes the
Cinmbly : companies are on wane.
An express direct fiom St. Charles, has ed yesterday, from which wo take thc fol norniir; ; was known Montreal! Preposterous about! half past nine ia the evening T
the Royals, under Lieutenant Colonel \\ ether.II statements however to be
ju-jt( come in; from 200 to 400 cf the British lowing. We give it as it comes, but without but had advanced too far to bo stopped.All receive w
acid two companies of the 66th regiment grains allowance.
troops were taken prisoners!; their colonel, a finding in it any reason to cane the Correspondence of the Aloanr Evening Journal. the papers in the Office of ihe Secretaryof many
.0 that should Under date of October 14
; we hope a good account Malaga, ,
captain, and 50 privates killed. Ten patriots opinions: above expressed., BURLINGTON: Vt, Wednesday.Nov. 29. State were destroyed, and about( half the
will have been given by this time of the stated that intelligence tad been receiveda If
pat- killed. The tngagcment was on Wed. We have just received the following extra Friend Weed-Donl be dccei ed. I have State Library, which was kepi!in the adjoin- .
uots Cstantme
Tuscan from Bona that
by majesty's troops. nesday. Tis true-not a doubt about it. from the Burlington.., Sentinel. information direct and positive, that the I ill!! room on the same floor. The Auditor .vese.just "
As to the other patriots, we find that the t alien into the hands
In addition to tho foregoing, we learn that SENTINEL OFFICE, patriots were successful i in tne engagement Public Accounts occupied the two rooms 0 i
rescued prisoners, Demaray and D'Avignon French. The date of this would
I an exprsss horn ths British :government, (for Burlington, Nov 29, 1837. }} on Sunday night. The British troops were immediately under the secretary's room and news .
ore at llighjate.in the slate:: of Vermout, and to render it that it could be
: New Brunswick it is said,) passed throughthis Canadian I defeated and before the pat. the and to learn. impossible .
that O'Cnllaghan had been seen at White- Our Correspondent in a letter are now flying library,, wo arc :gratified sion of a story to the same effect, which
hall. We have received letter from the place I last night. Rumors are in circulation dated at Montreal, Nov. 27, says :- riots. that nearly all the papers in his: office were I been contradicted in the French

county of L'Acadlc, stating that Dr. Cote that the p ople of the upper province .. The Canadians are rallying. There is I saved. The burning continued until about pperTht

Lucien Gagnon, E. E. Rodier, M. P. P.,, I have risen, declared themselves independent very little faith to be put in the government. From the Buffuloe Com. Advertiser, Nov. 23. 12 o'clock in the night, when the roof fell in Dead Sea.-Mr. Buckingham in

wiih nine or ten other patriots, had passed and taken possession of Tor onto, and papers-lying is now their peculiar pre SCENCS: OF YESTERDAY ; STORM; GRAND: and_ the n__ _flames___ ___ subsided._ ___ We have not learn-i interesting lectures supports the opinion tn
P other important places; but we know not of the .GAIE (INUNDATION--Loss that bramu. attached to those having -
mer to the United States on Saturday night. rogative-since opposition papers are ILLUMINATION: : ea any is the Dead Sea is called by that name beca
- They were seen to leave Point a la: Mule, what authority: this is given. stopped. The Canadians are /said: to be rising OF LIFE-DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY. the custody of the Secretary's office.- no 1 living thing is to be found in it or arcana1 JJ

\ for the other side, about 9 o'clock, and said By a slip from the Burlington Free Press in various parts. Rarely, in the annals of our city, have so one lodged in the room, and it had been The Dea I Sea or rather the Lake known >

they were going over to one Roy's, who re- office, wo learn thIt the patriots lost 99 men .. The city is under arms-soldiers pat- many imporlant events been crowded into closed t tor' the night. This house was originally that name, was no doubt formed from l

aides there, and to purchase in the United in the affair at St. Denis. rolling the streets, and business at a stand. so short a space of time, as those which i' built for the residence of the Governor burning of Sodom and Gomorrah, and

States. Previous to their departure, Gag. CONFIRMATION.A No one talk of any thing save the news have occurred. in the last twenty.. four' hours.. but has been used of late for the state doomed cities which were built on that bitaS

non, accompanied by twelve or fifteen armed gentleman (rom Montreal confirms the from the war." n.Tbe' morning was warm but lowering, yet House. Except the loss of ihe papers, the nous mineral known as asphaltest which&

above that the battle Still later the in the firing ol cannon commenced, and was other is but small the house not worth *
men, made a tour through St. Valentine, ordering statement, excepting at from scene of wr Canada.As : being ignite and burns with great quickness.

every man out to attack (the troops St. Charles took place on Saturday insteadof far as we can hear from all quartersand kept up with spirit, and the preparations more than about $12,000. [Republican. some and pour it in a turnbl'water I

ut St. Johns, under the most rigorous pains \\ednesda)'. on both sides of the question, there has went on witn vigor' tor tho illuminations in and after it remains some time '

and penalties, if they refused to do so. From the N. Y. American.: not as yet any derided advantage been gained tho evening. Towards: noon, however, the REMARKABLE PRESENTIMENT. of water has all the bitterness of the Dead S*
Since the above have ram poured down in lorrenls. Previous to the mariied ladies of Charleston who embarked offish of kind
Thu. threatened, many of them assem- was: prepared we by the royalists, but: on the contrary a hence the impossibility any
bled at Point a la Mule; but more than one l later intelligence, conttadicting. apparently, letter has been received at Swanton, dated this tho wind had been in the south cast, and in the fated Home Steamer, and who in" m it, but birds and living anima art .

half of the parish absolutely refused to obey the capture ol! st. unarlcs by the regular Monday morning 27th inst. from General! a fleet of nearly 20 sail went up the Lake in had passed the summer in the north, resided afeced by being near it. Stepbe1

the order of Gagnon, and remained at home. troops. We give the account as it comes Brown, in which he says they were attacked beautiful style. About 4 o'clock the wind for several months previous to her depir- incidents of travel is ceat! '
to chopped round into the S W, and there ap- lure with a Iclative in this city. On several this point:
Although the ostensible cause of the 'turnO"l" us. by the troops on Saturday, and were momentarily Lg
was 16 attack St.Johns, yet the real object From the Franklin Journal-Extra. repulsed, but the patriots rallied icared to be a prospect of a pleasant evunng occasions, while Hilling alone in her room, "Almost at the moment ot my turning P.

was collect a sufficient number: of moo ST. Ar.BANs, VT. and concentrated upon the point attacked, !i but those who were acquainted with she related to a number of persons in the thin Jordan to the Dead Sea, notwithstawN

to protect and cover the retreat of the fugitive Thursday Evening, Nov. 28, 1837. } and compelled the royal troop to retreat. these matters, from the swell of the lake and family, and to friends who visited her that the long credited account that no bird <

*, until they should be fairly landed in Passengers in the Stage wh. left Montreal The patriots followed their advantage, the rapid rise of water, predicted the gale: she could not account for the remarkable ape fly over it without dropping dead on to *

the territories of the United States. last evening, and arrived at Highgate this and the result was that the troops were driven which commenced blowing in all its fury, us parations that almost daily were conjured up face, I saw a flock of gull floating q
The that the Pulriors soon us night set in. before. Though at work in her chair and on its bosom, and when biUVI.
Quebec Mercury oftbe 21st contains evening, report are gaining in great confusion to the woods with the roW
several paragraphs, illustrating the condition at St. Charles. baa of many killed and wounded. It appears .. Darkness had hardly closed around us, awake, she would constantly have hci feelings I a stone, they flew down thI skim

of matters in the lower province which we Frequent Skirmishes have taken place, from all we can learn that the news in when the city was again in a blaze of light wrought u? .almost to hysterics by the ; its surface until they were out of siht"I I

therefore quote. the result generally favorable to the Patriots. the Montreal Morning Courier, i is much exaggerated from the splendid ,illuminations: in every light of some dreadful shipwreck, the parting Romantic and pious imaginations a

The whole .f the section of country of the Yesterday and to.day firing was heard in if not wholly untrue as it regardsthe quarter. Tar barrels were burnt, Sands of I of tho vessel into fragments, and tbe attribute facts to other causes th th.

fivo counties south of the St. Lawrence, is the direction of St. Charles. affair of Saturday, indeed such i is? their music patrolled the streets, cannon were drowning of crowds of peoplepl incipaUy her tural ones. We have always ben OO

in a state of the highest excitement, and will They contradict the rumor 'o current for insulated condition that it is not to be wondered fired, and rockets sent blazing through the family and friend, engulfed in the angry that great masses of the Neptha, P u

require vigorous measures to reduce it to or the last 24 hours, that the Royalists had taken at. air. ; bioI would seem by- the narrations and Asphaltes run throughout PaesuJ''

der. Tie, loaders retain armed parties about St. Charles, routed the Patriots, killed In the letter from Gen Brown to Dr Cote All this time the .vind was increasing in mado tous, that though LO from i internal fires andyolcnic Cf ..i

their dwellings, and would undoubtedly ,300, and taken Gen. Brown (prisoner.The at Swanton, the plan for future operations of futy, the people could hardly keep their fooling little dreaming then that she was to come produce so many fatal earthquakes.-

tesist the service of any civil procesn, unless greatest excitement: prevails in the the patriots was, for the troops under the in the directs-and the water rising to the awful realization of her horrid imaginings '

supported by a sufficient body of armed men; community. Amidst the multitude ef rumors command of Dr Cote, to march immediate an unprecedented height about the docks she foresaw with prophetic exactness Star.A Wednesday* a

Wolfred Neilson chairman of the address it is almost impossible to ascertain the ly for Montreal in case the patriots were. and lower part of the city. Amid the roar all the details of that dreadful event which Sm Fai-n six bund1

oftbe six counties, has, we are assured on ,. exact truth. A dayor two will probably fur- victorious at St Charles, and the probability: of the winds and waves, were heard the has drawn forth the sympathy of every American says slept Express in the As.or D*

good authority a body guard of this soil a- nish something decisive. is that Montreal, if not already will within shrieks of drowning wretches, men slrug-, bosom. She frequently asked her forty and seven the persons bye, were" not crod .*-

boltt his house. The business of distiller, LATER STILL. 49 hour, full iuto the hand of the patriots.The gling with the iising.watera, and little children friecdd what those visions could beand what by villages are there in our Clt,

which he exercises, together with the healing Ten' o'clock P. M.-We learn from a mail from Sranatead to Sherbroke waked fr.n\ their warm pillows by ,the i is so extraordinary is, that they came to he many make considerable show,that do DO c

art, furnishIng him with one powerful source we credit that on Saturday 11 A. M. was intercepted and taken on Monday by floed from which amid the storm and darkness in open day, and when she was perfectly a. than this number.
.Ucnuloull to" the valor of such auxiliar.M. the British attacked tho Patriots-there was the patriot.picket guard. there was no, escape. The persona wake and ia the best health! A few wt.k, more


I I ban been my good fortune to meet you tin I led. VTe hare not the leisure at this time to _t. L __ -_- ; IL.::.

5jflLoutIDiAi t fail to create a permanent regard and high dilate on the many yirtuca of the deceased- PROCLAMATION NlTfCE. fr

teem with me for your character; and with affable, mild and unobtrusive in his S IX weeks after date, I shall apply to the Hon.lor IS hereby given Mteriptiafl tut
",- UAU ". .m &2;: manners. BYRICHARD K. CALL Iud,.ohhe CountyConitofleflersan
your permission, I will propose the good health be enjoyed the respect and esteem of a numerous letters sdm'mUtraiioa Use ectate county of } t tILohaa mii old..

i'1TURDA it DECEMBER 16, 1 and prosperity of the citizens af Tallahassee. circle of acquaintances whose grj tat Governor of t the Territory of Florida. Walker dec'd, late of said county.open Joeth following Unio Ba ple o o Fra.t day of Outo moMk.under .

By R. Y. Wellford. Capt. Wilson-May the I hu melancholy decease will be sinceie an election was held en Mon- JESSA W LKEH. the folknrisr *ad

some a pol\: to our correspondents cit"CammilIU" izens of Tallahassee never loose tight of the and poignant.-Baltimore Chronicle, 25th WHEREAS day of October eighteen hundred Dee. g, 1337._ 17 to remain and open a Tallahaaw* for tb p UO

'' ; received to. late in6t. and thirty seven for members to represent days, at a Augustine tad JadrjonTill twr/
; was FOR SALE.
t. generous liosuitality a .
iI 1 the several Counties in this Territory in the next day
roon. Besses we wish a personal con- R, J. Hackley. The Territory of Florid. Legislative Council. 100 Bbb of Flour, andSOO Hamoel Parkhi )

,t.tIL1Ic 1"llh, the sutler. The right e,discus I I Rich in the pr.ductionsofhers8il-anexten) ed. A Veleran.- There is now living at Law- And whereas at said election the following individuals BusbeU of Oats, brSfPAlM Ed. B. I Ia TaIIabaa.

!ce of applicants for office, renceville, Ga. a revolutionary veteran named received the highest numlxr votes in the .If ..vADDE' Tom Peter Cbaircs )
qualifications : commerce will add wealth and ,
St. Marks
respectability to 8, 1R37 17-tf
i fallowing wit _
John Davis, who served through the whole to : _
iher L, the pe.ple or Joseph B. Lancaster
the flppuintingPOwCt her citizens. In the County of Leon, Thomas Brown, William STORAGE ,
,... of the revolution, and is now 106 old. AT MAGNOLIA.
President of the United States 11 unque. ,>!lion By John Pa rkhttl.!! Capt. Wilson and the new years Wyati Joseph W. EUnnciman, and William M. THE subscribers Isaiah D. Hart, .JackzoayiL'e.
will for
He receive
oW... If will now ride on horseback 20 miles a Gibson- on storage shipment John Warren J
to restrict ILu.
.nll.I we are.not disposed boat New Castle-Success to his new enterprize.By with he writes In Cotton or other produce: ; a''so .ods and merchandize ,
day without
ease; spectacles the county of Gl\dsd\.n-hham Johnston and
'"" has been Ub: m ; :: and forward with Abraham Du Poof
there argnn
Thomas Brown. ; P'lDctuaillf.de pat.ch. ,
The Stage and SteamBoat his hearing is good, and his step firm and elastic -I Daniel L. Kenan. Any business entrusted to their wi'l receive immediate Edwin
with of care T. Jenkf J St.
!;Indru.n.Sement regard In J
..:' many I I line across the peninsula, by St. Marks to ; though says the Lawrenceville Gazette, A J Dozier.the county cf JefT'crson-E" E Blackburn and attention. Their terms will be the sameas Daniel S. Griswold .up.tiH.
IT' "
f1 iDCCtcd 10 Ka vacant, which "ifcarred out, .r\ew Orleans-May success attend it,and its en he cannot but acknowledge that he begins to In the of Ja.ekIJn-Ricbard H Long and heretofore.( From beg experience. in business,' JOHN ,PARKH1LL
the| detriment of the people of terprizing be rewarded. they hope to ; a share of public Cu
# le Jo promoters amply feel the effects of old age. James \V Exum. meet"t patronag October 14, J837.
rr:it doubtless should! he exposed. But By J. H. Willis. Our guest and his enterprise. In the courty of Escambia.-Thos M Blonnt and J.& N. _
(Ion a Magnolia, Oct. 7, 1837. 9-6t THE following names are the appraiser appointed
'of character should not be lightly R. J. The of Illinois Edward L. Dmke.In :
this By Hacklev. The Army and its Legislature has passed a appraise property ,in their reapeelir
Officers.la I the of Franklin Fcler'W.Gaulier.
tharg"e e. must know to"Mthing If the' CVI "1') which Colonel Vinton replied, w to prevent steamboat racing. The law III die. County County of CouIIIbi4-ltoberL: Brown. 6O 50 BARRELS Pieces Bagging Peach,Brandy and Whiikcy. counte.t secure subscriptions t the extension of

lII! t be satisfied there i is some founJaewu5 : only representative of his profession present enacts that uhero death is caused by an explosion In tIe County of /Fa. hingit n-Joseph!! Croskcy. A Lot of Twine Itok UNION of the FLORIDA.

.icll f iht accusations, before we are accessory he felt called upon to reciprocate the good feeling or otherwise, the captain and engineer In the County of U"alien-James Vau h3n. 20 Bass Coffee, BANK OF .

t0n| of them t the of f the boat are liable'to be indicted for In the County of lIamilton-Jamcs Be'I: Spanish and American Scgara C.un iy of St. Johns.
yicpromulgation to injury nf the sentiment: by whereverthe I
sayingthat, In the William
WC\ P County ot Madi.on-Thomas Lirin ston. In store andfors.tleatthe A 'crion Mart,by Livingston, FrederiVcden Seo
'!'re\\'iil;' reflect uPon the Propriety of lot of his brother officers may be cast-in I manslaughter. In the County of Alncl.ui-William Mills.. R.J.HACKLEY. Sanchez Josph M Herande Fonl

olbe Camnilus! ,;' after we may see and I whatever "pleasant! places" of our wide spread I In the County! of Nassau-J Hi:: inoothDm. Tallahassee, Oc'. 1 17, 837. Duvl.
iD //lDb.: Death.-Tell a man in the full tide of his I In the County of Duval-Isaiah I) Hart. l.t Joseph B Lancaster;Wm B Ro.i,John Warrea,

converse nth him.. Territory, they make their abode. he could wish I triumphs, that he bears death within him In fie! County; of ..Voiquit.V 11 Brocken- : FOR LIVERPOOL J D Hart, Josiah Gates.

.phiJipParlry Is too unS a"d IS otherwise, them no better fortune than to meet with'the ; orough. : County .r Alacbua.D .

b. t tin3te.! ire will'!! return it to the *vriter same warm hearted and generous hospitality nnd h what and terrible crisis of! thought can be more startling and In D.avIIJ'y.the County. of St. Johns Thomas Douglass' i I 6 master.THE Ship For freight OCOVEE or, W.passagehav L. Lyon A/ Dell!, Thos Colding, Samuel Pile,jr.. Cat-
tIIr' brij'tment'! and alteration and if pruned ,>fwill that he had received fiflin the citizens of Tallahass.ee. In ti.e CIIUI ty ofII l:3b1)rough-EzekIcl: Slifiord. : ing!superior'accommodations,apply to ton RowlesJesse Manly.Columbia.!
Robert County
r L B Lyon, or master at St Marks.
L ,
it I
insert In
the .
Icrealler. County of O.lde-Itirhud Fitzpat.uk.In
eeresCflCS Seaborn Ross Jacob
October, 12-tf Summerhn l.m. -
shall next week. Governor Call been M/ !RRIED I tile County .Monroe-William 11 Sbiw
..fF Ii lIl1a"! appear having prevented attending black James Livingston, Robert Brown.
remarks we intended to make this week the dinner by indisposition, sent the following On Sunday evening the lOih in!;'. bv. the Rev As apf ears by the returns of said election legally: i FOil NEW YOKK. County of Hamilton.
:I'll' made to
Mr. Woart-Mr.VM.. D. FONTANE, tlr Si.Aujrusiine t. me. The brig Baltimore James Belt Daniel Bell Francis J Ross
Cheeseborough ,
inUilacoocliee and sentiment I PiIW.
of the Now
dtfeat are'jjrjidahly apology : therefore in of Inw I do .
pectinthe pursuance
E. F., to Miss ABIGAIL WILL master. For freight or ,apply) Law, Archibald M.ae.Cout .
postponed. \\ were unfortunateLirht TALLAHASSEE, 7th, Dec. 1837. I;AMS, of this city. the aforesaid individuals duly elected I a to the master on board, pasae ty of Madison.
noml'-ii of siid Council .
and tied *s a Juryman this week I and I DEAR SIR-I regret veiy much that I am Given under my hand at the Capilol in the City:. K. LYON. John Miller, John C McGehee, H S Linton.tt J

lilt had to attend\ to other I people's I business in prevented hy iiiJi Kisitiuti from patticipaling: inllie of Talhhasiec, this the acventh dy of December :0' 19. 13 Mays Samuel B Richardson.

own. festival given in honor of Capt. Wilson. UNION BANK OF FLORIDA. A D 1837 FOR CHARLESTON, S. C.6THL County* of Jefferson.
R K Gov F AIcRae Moses Ellis[ James M Scott Wan Litingstxm -
CALL, of Florida ,
regular Packet schooner ME-
Please accept my apology, and permit me to: AT a meeting of the Board of Directors on the ; Paul Ulmer. .
On Monda'last an express arrived in town : Dec 1837, it is ordered that Books of FALL TICOOK. Mayo, master, hay ,
present the l following sentiment: AND 'VINI'ER GOODS. County af Lean.
intelligence that a of Creek In Subscription for the whole ; proflercar o engaged will
kin ing party Captain Wilson, of the .,".ew Castle-An en TWO MILLIONS THE subscriber has jut received and offers : : lust. For freightor David C WisonJa F Trotter, Thos Jfoort

?. from the west were making their way terprizing pioneer on our commercial DOLLARS sale, a select assortment IIf Cloths, Cmii passa-e tipp'y: on board, or to Gro W Bembry':
jtrtss the country to join the Seminoles. They highway of additional Stock be continued open at their simeua and Nestings.: Likewise, a lot of ready mode R. H. BERRY. County of Gadsden.D .

seven wa rriors besides women andtydien. He is entitled to success let us aid him in attaining Banking Mouse in Tallahassee sixty days from this loibin;, consisim? of bue.: bLaCK, Adelaide, mulierry Tallahassee. L Kenan, John Mc.Vlillen, George WBrnlon,

tpbcred: it. Very respectfully, day, nnd Jacksonville aiu
The Governor immediately deputed Your ob'i strv't. days and that all appraisements and title papers Steel mixed, moheir. and blmket Overcoats; County of Jackson.

,fl;llcoaip.tny' of volunteers, under Captain tie tiled in Bank at or before the expirationofuid Satinett and Kentucky j"an (rock and dress Coat'; Cotton Gil William Robinson,A Young John R Chapmsa,
R. K. days.
joptland, to endeavor to intercept and CALL. sixty Plain, figured and cut velvet: Vests; ; IX Iron framed ins fiom Peter Simmons, Samuel C BIlmy.C.ultvof .
capture Guv. ""m. P. Duval. Pres't of the Festival. JOHN PARK/flLL, Cash'r do do silk! and satin do; S crtrn ; Braintrce ma Franklin.
-jitnat the natural bridge across the Oscilla.iptrty .- Dec 13 1837 19-td iriiite J and blk crimped satin do nuf"ctory. eJfecte daily at tit. Marks in the
; Brig sale Wm G Porter T Ormn H F Simmons P.W
the ,
Lavin. at manufacturer's ,
we understand is in pursuit from Gads All the Florida papers will give the above two Cloth, brnbazineand fig'd Valencia d1 price.
Correspondence of the Baltimore Com. Transcript.WASHINGTON Insertions.I Blue black and drab ; T. BETTON. Gamier, sen., Win M RowIeU
mCounty. Neither has returned. cashmere Pants' ; Nov 12
<< party yet 1837. 14tf County ot
Dec, 4. 1837. Plan: and striped buckskin do 1Yallingn.
; Wm M Loftm Ta-
After of six weeks behold CENTRAL BANK OF FLORIDA, Napoleon cord and steel mind do HAVANA ,Joseph / OD
a recess important ; SEGARS.
llap;>ears the \legal authority in this county } Satinett beaverteen and tor, Wiley Jo0e., J.mc Bright.
DEC. 1 1837. Kentucky do.
Congress once again in session! How jean 000 very superior Havana SEGARS, imported County of Jfalton.
unfortunate in securing prisoners arrest Also, a comprte: assortment of Shirts
very light diflerence there between the are hereby notified that Stocks I, U direct,jUt received and for sale at the, '
a was tom- STOCKHOLDERS James L M'KenanH J
Suspenders, Gloves I Hdkfs. and all articles Ramsey
Bunder charge of capital offienees. The ne Direcioig will be htlJ at usually AUCTION MART, by R. HACKLEY DanUfcL
perature of the weather to day at noon andwhat found at similar establishments N H Mitchell: Neil
are offered McLelan.
...r.nfined lor several months in the fort atSL ; the Banking He use in Tallahassee Monday the cheap September 30th, 1337 8-if .
for cash
we had on the fourth of last SeptemberThe first day of January ensun The will be or hort credit. J. B. BULL. County
Marks, charged with the murder .;f Mr. polls i AV. 10 1837. trayed troin Marks Jackson Morton Willis John Heal
14-tf S t a handsome ttfJao George ,
and 'J
sky was so serene the atmosphereso opened at o'clock A M and closed at 2 o'clock! I
,succeeded making his on Tuesiy P. POA'EY, with a cut on his t"ngne- TEN] ; Thomas M Blount, F J Commyns.
Currv \1.
escape By order of the Board of Directors
balmy, that had it not been for the bareness NOTICE. DOLLARS will be given for his of Nassau.
;night i last, together! with one or two others : L A THOMPSON, Cash'r. apprehensionand County
of the trees, one might suppose that thisis Dec 16 1837. I9-t I do hereby forwarn nil persons against tradin delivery at Sir. Haekley'stables.. Lewia Bailey, Thomas BraddockThossas JTif-

tihe; same: confinement. A small apperture not the winter session, but a special one I for a smtll no'cof hand of thirty dollars, given J. M. ARMSTRONG. inbutham, James J Cooper, Wn Franks.

nsinade in the door with a saw or axe.lhrough1ihdlthty convoked in the "leafy month of June." May AN OVERSEER\ TEU. and by therefore me to Daniel I am determined Rld e\\'y, as it was illegal I, June 17th, 1S37. 4> County of Dade.
never to pay it unless -
effected their escape.; the calmness of this day be prophetic of the; TIlE subscriber wishes engage; an Over compelled! by a due course of law. The note: NOTICE. County ot Hillsborough.

serenity of the Congressional atmosphere for> for the ensuing )ear. Application' made payable in November 183GJE3SK- THIR TY d.i) after date, we will apply to the A Steel.
ran be made to him at his residence, in Jeffenon of the Superior for the MiddleDisrrict County
TAm' many a slip, 4'c.-\V e learn from a gen the next six months! : :, WIGGINS. Cour ofMusuiUo
County. IlOBt.RT GAMBLE) Stn- Dec 2, 1837. 18-4w of Florida; <, for the rih tf dispose of the County Iunro.
direct from
unun St. Augustine, that on the Notwithstanding the beauty of the day the Waukenah, Dec 12 1837 19-tf property of the late T W ', with a view F A Brown, C M Kelly J A Thouron G.

ifhlofthe 22d !ult.' twenty two cf f the seventyrcerntly Capitol presented an appearance ef solitude NEW RUG STORK.( to a divison arr.onzt'ie heirs. E Weaver, Al.ianderPattersoD.'L'his .

captured Seminoles made their escape strangely contrasting with that it exhibited on NOTICE. THE mb.cribers have formed a co-partnership J.IES G DSDEN, advertisement will! b sufcent authority for

too the Fort at that place. Pursuit was given the first day of the last Session when every OX the for eighth sue day at of Junuary Auction next llU/.m, I shall all e the 5. in the Drur: business, under the firm ot Nov. 15, 1837. 15 A. CUTHUEHT( the The appraisers appraisers and others will please t ac.state in their Islam,

Bioon as it was ascertained, but without success.tippears seat in the galleries was cramed at ten o'clockA. nlY Waddel, Randolph, A: Lewis. NOTICE. whether the lands they appraise are of th lit, 14
there was a small opening in the room M ; whereas on entering the House a little PROPERTY. Thy have just recsiwedand now offer for sal L.-, HAVE f,.r sale four of Imd. or 3d quality.
of the late .1rthur Macon of MuleCattle. one duor nortt of Mr Birfe's clothing establishment I Thee three of the
consisting s, Any appraisers will
which the Indians before twelve to day the audience are 73 cleared b
were confined, but S8 far was | on Monroe acres and on the premises goou mpteD'I
lis Hog! &c and a lot of very handsome a geneaal assortment of act. .
from, the deed and for the ladies log cabins. Also, a good spring of water. The
ground that it was believed secure. vety meagre, as ( HOUSEHOLD VRESll: 'JRUGSJ: MEDICINES POINTS and JO//NPJRKHTLLCasiwr.

The Indians made a rope cf their blankets, them!) not more than a dozen displaced their At the same time will FURNITURE.tr. thirty IEG1tOES. OIL*, together with variety of Perfumery and on land the is Ocilla.situated about 2 miles DANIEL west I of the CLARK.Flat ford, October IS, 1837.

rich!: enabled them to effect their escape thro inspiring faces in their own gallery Tomorrow ::\ By order of tbe Administrator. fancy.1il laiicles fur'he toilet Jelerson county Fla. Nov. 25, 1837. 4t All the papers in Florida wi publish tha abova

:.t the number however, when the Message is read wIn It J HACKLLY AUCL'I'Tallahassee orders from Physician1* Planters and country for one month, and send accoun t UM Bask
opening .imong are two chief merchants will be -
make it look like a bed of tulips. But the Dec.; 13 1837 IS'-2l attended, thankfully received and 'faith: TO PLANTERS. for collec'ion. I1mTHE
warriora and '. fully u
tjfhteen two \1 >mt'n. One .N the I m-tf
floor itself SETS cf horse power Irons, carh set consisting subscriber has just received brig La
icfsis Wild presented an animating sight, as: NOTICE. W. W. WADDLE.J. 9 per
Cat Philip's sen. of s.me cons lu 1 cf 13 segments, and one trundle I i received Irom New York, a large
the various members entered and saluted each: persons indebted to the CITY STAULE!; II. RANDOLPHB. h.aI; aQ
able nte among them. Powel, with other, other after their short separation, and every ALL to the first day October last, are rcques C. LEWIS. f"unhe Baltimore foun T.Iry K., and BETTON.for sale I by Groceries Common and Provision consisting in part e

nrri%rs, were confined in the same room thejrrotr ted call the sub .criLer Whiskey;
: to on or Mr. Lycn, and s\.l
true lover of his kind must have been pleasedas NOTICE. oy.25. 1S37. IC-Ct Od: Rye do
tie the same. The Stable ;
sick leave. -
was too informant havinghanged owners
he saw the warm, hearty manner in w1ii}, hgreetings loi'ger! indulgence cannot be given.II SIX weeka after date, I :shall ap{'Iy to ihe lIe.n. NOTICE.: Common Cum;
!atrs: that Powel, during the last year suffered e of tl.e and
hands county'
were exchanged we repressed J HACKLCY. subscribe Drutr.
prerely from the chills and fever, which, with Dec 13 1837 for letters of adininibUation on the estate (only in THE haijust. received froi Georgia Madeira, Claret andMalaga /Fine, .
the 1"-11.
even where persons were of this of rate 50 saw gin, nnd 40
lie op- county) iril.'iara: G T M'-lellan, late of fnt Common and // -
injury received by a shot through the hand positc political' opinions. NOTICE.IX said county, dccea>ed- cas plate, which he wishes to sell on accommodating saws- Soap Sugar, 'lobacoj;
Cofee. Rasins
to Withlacoochee.. has prevented him from1IiDg ) The members' d 'sks had HENRY Y. 51-CLELL.i.V. terms. JOHN ISLER, Pickles ,
a most unusual Porr.
much i weeks after date! I shall apply! to the lie a- Mount Vcrnan Flo. Dec. Eight miles east of Tallahassee CandleS
in 28
part the war. of 1S37. 17 Scgar, Vinegar. &e.
appearance business, for the first day of orable Judge of the county Court of JeffersonCount _Nov.: 13, lfrt7. 15 .
liis stated: there are Indians west of the Su; the session there being on each of them a ), for let: r .-o7',AdIllIDl.lIULIvU on the est te NOTICE. 'lso, 1 handsome assortment Hats of Dry- C
Clothing, Crockery Saddlery
nnee, though not in considerable file of sealed documents of the late Win .ddains decrated. A CARD. t
very num huge which weeks which
seemedat SIX nfcrdre: I shall nnply! to the Hon. HO3. DOUGLASS will be sold low on accommodating
of East
WAI \RTIN Florula!
n.! Gen. Nelson we understand, has receiv first to puzzle every one, but which simply By his J M SCOTT., e of the County; Court of G3d;den County attend the Court Appeals during the wil WILLIAM CENTER,

drders from General Jesup to remain with I his contained the correspondence between N[r. Dec 4 B 7 attorney. 19-61 I for If-in-rs of administration on the estate of of the session which is to commence on the first No.4 Ber'. raw.

_and Tudor and Joseph FfKiag ilecca-ed, late of."atd county. Monday January Per Tuscan ilia, daily expected, bbL superior
on this side the river to give ?roti:c the Urazillian government.The I DAVID G. nA IY. entrusted to his next therein. any professional business Flour, Rice Bacon, &c.
NOTICE. will
kind security to the inhabitants, as well as House being called to order by the D'C 2, l37. 17-6w and strict attention.Dec. receive prompt Oct. 15. 1637. 10

tt&ct the of Speaker at twelve o'clock the Clerk procred- IX uciks fi<.m date I will apply to tl.eu .
rapture the Indians iftht"y should! geof 2, 17 tfT NOTICE.
the FOR NE\\ 187. -
coui ty couil 'lur ktii m of administration ; YORK.
ttra to their eld haunts.tostnxo to call the roll, when 134 members were foundto on tile es.ae: of Jjlin J. UuIUr deceased (.1' THE I BLAC HITIIIIVG. A LEXANDER J. FISHER iamy authorized
be present which number being Lion superior and lust sailing copper I JJL agent during my absence from-rie Territory.
quorum, County. 11 // WALkElt. fa.sened Bng lLLOW ,l::. Lawrence I "KiehartTs himself afn." -
CAPT. WILSON the House proceeded to business. Mr. Yell Dec 16 1 J-37 19-(it 6 as l DAVID M. SHEFFIELD.
u will
er ail
LATE :MASTER I r I for the above port TIlE subscriber has opened a shop en Dec. 2, 1$37. -tPLANTATION /
01 rUt SHIP OCONEE of Arkansas and two other membl'rseTC with despatch. For freighter
A>D NOW Co.1- NOTICE. I pas- formerly occupied byfWm.lantr, opposite

WIDER or TIlE STEAMER NEW CASTLE. sworn in. The customary resolutions to notify .1 I ].e'&ons having demands against tile : s igc apply to Kerr & Kirksey, Tallahissee, or to the new Court House, where notwithstanding Col. .'Ol SALE.THE .
the President of the readiness ALL t.s- i S\V.J1\1 Fisher's; lecent ungenerous subscriber offers for his
j Congress ss 4- AI.iDDENj unmanly .Ie plantation,
"f Gentleman, who had been I tc of the late Dr John \M'Liuiuie ore ie- attempt
pas j j SI.Jark:\ :., :INor 21 I to brtak him he ii.trild4 cat seven rnilesnorth.eastofTaJahazses
I'J7. up Tying on the
receive 17 if I
to communica'ionsfrom I ,
him u".lcd -
and to iheni the Dack-
errs with Capt. \\ iUon in the fine Ship OcoS any I j (| iuscnt! ]I.ruj; eily ,j &mit'ting in 01 it Iranchc'. He is now ie.uly i ki r .. containing 922 acrea of land, 320 acres of which
j uttesti-d and
those i
concerning the papers: for the use nf the IIou cc;; I I uidcb.id to said estate aie rc11'JC FOR CHARLESTON. orders in line, which wilt cleared 260 hare a
[ ,or liad visited her whilst: lying at the Lijrhtit j. !>tU! to come foiward and II ak be executed uitl i ; acres been cleared within the last
I beinr! adopted Whittlesoy moved that the. j'syment. TIlE Scf.r ELIJAH promptness and despatch, and ilt prices. two urs; adjoins the productive plantations?-
desirous of evincing their high J rc.\N; r S, Ad'mr Ji.o ..VLemcicMonticilb .n. CHACE, Ellis:! ,
l. respecta standing[ committees be appointed on to-mor Dee t, lcsJ7 IJ-: 01 master Mill hive quick d-Safh! [ : for By utent:11 to business. and a desire to satisfy the "VrSrs.Lorimer,1ler. BradfardTaylor and Craig.

character as a gentleman' as well as a row.lr.. Cushman of N. II. wished it to I be freight or p.''.sage apply t* the master: public. he hopes to receive 1 share of their patronate. A new Gin 'house la just ereti a'so, two

*of his public spirit in the advancement of' postponed till and after NOTICE. (.n board at St. \1 ark", or toROBEEtT JAMES. WALLACE. murs,1 four wagon, 1 ox ca pair ozea,
Thursday, some ar- NB. IIirsc.shoen; cattle
I ;, / t ork, and Plantation corn and fodder.
Knmerce and prosperity of our infant Ter- I irument on both sides, the matter was ]laid j'': ( .** ''iur!>t'jy' the liJth: just I bhall |proceed to LYON work, duf.e in .he best manner.\ ll-4t J. R. DORSLY.

*apuinttd a commute for that purpose- over till to-morrow. A resolution making' j|I I' J1oj Jl mtrh goods and iflV'f'ts I I'eion: 0..mg loh., j I Tnllahassee, Dec. 2,1...37. 17-tf Tallahassee.) Dec. 7. 1S37. 9LUMUEIIFOK
IJo j estate ol ilel-i'c DrJolni J/'Luuore be SUPERIOR
iUret>seej to him the following nnte : twelve o'clock the future hour of I I us may | FOR COURT
meeting be-I[; founJ at the Su\\ aur.ee ijinnss.' Ttnns n.ude SALE. SALE. MIDDLE DISTRICT

TALLAHASSEE, Dec. Ibt\, 1837. ing adopted. Mr. Underwood offered an amendment I known on d.iy ol ha'e. J JTCA.Vi; fc>, .\u'lur'l( 1 1 Bl>lsof Lime r>n board of the ]i.O feet of bclec'ed white pine clear board, Robert 1 FLORIDA
00 Berry
Dru SIR-The polite hospitality' extended to the 84lh rule of the House, the DerB, 1837 19 Q t, brig Olive Brinch, exptcted I to 1 V Asumpsit for $200,Attc'f 113 94
! ou to the Citizens arrivedaily, by SWAIM & 55,000 wbi pine shingles. Arply to E. ".. spt
Tallahassee, last: Sum. effect of which is to authorize the Clerk to: NOTRE. alt .Mark-i. Dory, or Uhimg.: tt. \tark William Bryan ) 1837; Returnable t '

?, has made a lasting impression on their i have the )lists of all votes printed in one bookat T EJ I E Stockholders in the Tallahassee ILlJ Ito.iJ I l>f-r. 2, 1=:>7. 17-f Ole 9, t IK37, : 18-3vNOTICE. THE defendant in said case and all others inter

*jas token of their tecollection they i LU. the end of each session, of which there is to Comnanv.irc hentv imiified. that an ni.i.ilineiu will take notice of the insttutionnfsaMsuit -- ---

>you to .unite with them in a festival faker be one copy for 1000 free male inhabitants. of 2 and a half per \-Cllt: upon Ihe c.ll'ltal-stock- I NOTICE. by attachment a aforesaid-and they 'are n

::e 1 day most This ordered be and of mid Company, as icquircd 10 be l'ai.J on or le- I N pursuance of a decree of the lion. ALL ;I'crrn'indebted to the estate of Joseph qui red to appear and plead to the declarattoa A
any acceptable to yoursellII. was to printed laid on I Thomas : : late of Leon County deceased in said case, the form of the
r fore tt.e Gthday of the .. are aceoniG l
present by order of Randall, Judge f the Middle District ) i
Y. WELLFORD the table. of Flori i requested make imnmedi Ite and such case : provided C
) the those
1'reiidtnt and () payment
mclots cf saW Ciu I da, sale IIBLE
|"< ordering n. the real
iiiy.TURBUT estate of
TltO ( Nath.m claims against saiJ
BtiOWN .'
Mr. having estate
Com: Underwood also offered a resolution I1 liETrO.N. Byrd deed I shall on the I-nh are hereby no crp
Scc'y of
I next, at to them Sert rabcr 3Cth
1'CifT. R. J.HACKLEY. ) calling for information. as to the number of U.cIC1837 iy: -JtAN I I II the store of John D. J'.nish.fff'r, for sale at public the time pres pre "ribed n bylaw duly ,authenticated to the subscriber, within : 1837 I.EWELY

WlLSOS.To Indians enlisted! for the Florida ,..ar. their uriion, two eighths of Land lying! on, or near they will be forever barred. or STORE.
which he retained the following term of ser\ice election for Iniendaiit and cigl.t! Cuuncil- the MicJMiky Lake. On the I9sh at Tallahassee, I JOSEPH F. C. r HE .
reply. and other !
laid HAaLEY. the
particulars;- \ for the city of TdlUli.is-ei! ; will be held lour tiihths.: the land of Col. Ad'mr. respectfully iDo
STEAM PACKET NEW CASTLE > on the table. After joining : Braden and Dec 9, 1'37 18-2m ci:izens of and its that
this the House adjourned at the lllice of U Mtllatr.y Esq:: on the first Monday John Parkhill E'q. Tallaha.s T1i

Su Marks, 1st Dec. 18S7. $ at a quarter before one o'clock. in January next. John Itea. I Ksq, 5ib 11 Termaof sale! .ix months credit, with bond PUBLIC SALE. lie has just received per ship New

*WTLEMEK' -I have the honor to acknonlP7urinvitation In the Senate the Cuuitmy, and hdward:: P Grant appointed Judges approved security, and the York a rich asortment of Jewelry and fancy an
business done but I mortgage on premi-es. be sold at which fine
was a WILL public venduc are gold ebronoaietef
or. &
> .
nf the f l. rnnn. II AltCHEIL I I I I nt'Ul A particular dr Friday ces
to dine with the ,citizens of repetition ol the forms in the House. On DecIC13J7 l 19'td: -- nf-- -sdi,1-.- -Tn4.---- <>-n ".1.J u.nfsale. 29.h Derprnhpr- -met--- -at. rt.. .l-.t... ..........- independent second watches, fold pateat savar .

'ibasser.' and app int a day. This mark of calling the roll thirty two Senators answered R. PARISH, adm'r&guird'n all dence the of Joseph Harley, deceased.in Leon County, matches, skeleton watches, and a large aaaortmatof
Personal silver watches
! esteem I beg to assure is flatter to their names. The Vice President FOR RENT.A Nov. 1C, 1837. Property ; goklchainsofa1Ideiription.fob
you most seemedto 17-td. of said deceased, viz : chains, ladies' rich guard chains
corn pencil eat*
\Ud highly appreciated. agreeable I will be in excellent spirits though he appeared Comfortable dwelling house, with a gooj well VENDUE. of fodder, 18,000 wt t cotton; peas 40&wt gold thimbles, gold and silver mounted aeiaaora,*,

disposed to dispense with the ofwater, and crarden. Apply to I IFH.EDEllICK toes, 30 head stock cattle 13 head pta. diamond pins diamond
jou at dinner on Thursday next. roll call, and I be sold lot ring a rich assortment ofadies'
go sale
work WILL public on Tuesday the number of stock three horses ear rins, a few the latest
to at These farming uten-
once. defects hog style,
Very respectfully, your as a presi- Dec 16 1537. CI-tf day of December at the late residenceof sils, one horse bu first rate Slyer Plated Ware, comprising "t

most ib'l Serv't.J. ding officer however, arc almost forgotten in Drury JViiliams decd., in Leon County, all the :Cotton Gin. sticks cake and fruit tea en 4c.Ladies' .-
the invincible humor NOTICE.: persmttl properly of said deceased bket a ar
good and modesty] which consisting of fancy work
DAYTON WILSON.tT4L are evident in all his action*. What weeks after date! I will apply to the lIon. Hogs, Horses, and .Vules. Cattle, Corn, and Fodder Household and.Kitchen Furniture, cs, dressing cases, dreing tb fancy bz

Y. Wellfrtrd EXq Gen. Tims. Brown, ded the crow- SIX of the County Court for idlers of administration a lot of Seed Suijar; Cane, Farming Utensils, TWO LIKELY NEGROES.One musical boxes, organs Ruia, leatr dates ,
Senate ,
4i hcl.lty, Eat:1.: Committee| ( Tallahassee. galleries to day was the magnificent on the estate if the late James l\Jelllllt. a good plantation Wagon Cart, !a yoke of Oxen, a woman, a cook and washer, the othera eolets, <'e A rich assortment rt a
chandelier Ilwiehold! ail # goo Ye.
newly put tip in the Chamber decuwec1. GEt G IIUL'l' .itcht1ljllrnitllrt. and many other man abut 30 years age. a good field hand.- Christmas prea.nt; fine guns and &

'1.Ulrte and which is a noble specimen of the arts St Marks Dec 1C 1831 19-6t articles too tedious to mention. Also a variety of articles not S/iIe to cutlery and fancy toys, which sold i e
o'c1tCk 8CCof JinSy.! the Sale to commence at 10 o'clock nntioned. wi b f
company as- in this country. 'The design is both rich on said day and commence at 10 'clok.1.l. on said day. Con cash, or approved credit. .
4 continue from GER.RIUN
in l'ir' day to day until all the
new rooms attached lot the City chase and There PROVISIONS. property is ditions. All sums under 810,Cash-Over $10 and
elegant. are two tiers sold.
of TCI
made known Ger
ms on the day of sale
-t'lat by The
undergo subscriber
5 months
down credit Over also infom-tha
J50 twelvemonths
tol very sumptuous dinner, I subscribers nave on board the Brig Lu- ,
round it sixteen the GREEN H.
lamps lower and 8 CHA1RES
on THE
; on credit with interest harm first
!Ired' hI Mr. Lewis *t bich sailed irom New York from date. Security : engaged a rate workmanlataTymmF.
'Tat the accommodating and the upper circle. In the centre is an urn of 2SHh till the following articles which they offer on the for .TOM PETER CUAIRES. with two endorsers wilt be required.JOSEPH ris, he is now prep u atten'l t tha *

Dnal Manager of the establishment,-Gov- a very graceful fashion, and the whole workis sate low, and for cask only. D.c. I. 1S37. Ex 17-ti alors. F. C. hARLEY, Ad'mr watches, lew.l. .U I

l hiving been called on to preside crowned with half a dozen small spread eagles Best Northern Hay Dec 9, 1837 18-ts Tala.o'.II. M. 11&

&d by 'Oeneni1 Thomas Brown as Vice while under them is a circle of stars. It do do OsuNtwack STRAYED. .Just received per Schr Melt ok FOR SALE..

'eut t. and after the cloth was removed, was lighted up on Saturday evening, and with Firkins Goshen Cider in Butler barrel O N the 25th Nov., from the Fanntleroy plaoe, 500 Boxes Sacks alt THE subcibr offers for ae his plantation oa

otimeDti.suitable% to the eccasioa were brilliant effect. It rather obscures Col. John Kegs Laid near Tallahassee,a young stud son el colt 3 2 Soap. Lnd Creke WiWo.Oa

w and drunk with much glee, and son's surly person from the ladies opposite, Boxes Bar Soap years old last spring his right hind foot white, 10 Casks Sperm New Rice.Candles. den county, containing l e.
some mostly inside, he has a diamond' in his face, shou 5SO acres cleared! a
tit tongs were sung by several gentlemen and in these days of thin plaster currency it do Sperm Candles mane, long slim.tail, has a lump on his right fore 20 Bbs"! Whiskey mill,roller and saw(ins,and wit mill.'arkt improTtments. .
tol1lpany. the New Rochester Floor in whole If half brls foot the ancle Rom. If .
must delight old-associations of the Senators on joint no other marks recollected. r I a purchaser should can
Bunch Onions
\ A liberal rewaid will be 2 I Pilot Bread be given tlw po
given. lit
r.Davtl.: The Commander beneath, by contemplating or day January
ktll ofihe Steam so gorgeousso White Potatoes suitable: for planting ZAC J RODGERS. 2 Kegs Nails,assorted.
C ffc-An able& sod skillful bea man. "exclusirely metallic.1" M. Mercer Potatoes Dec 8, 1837 18-tf With general assortment ot goods nitab'e' for Nov. IR, 1237. BOBINSOIf.

IIGte aDd accomplished LOCKWOOD 4-3IcKNAUG lIT plantation purses H BERRY. 1M

blind merchants lid him gentleman, let our Death of Senator Kent.-It Is,with feel- 5t .Mal ka Dec 14. 1837 19-3t STRAYED Dec. 9, 1 l -8w NOTICE.

Jl'I.ida. in extending the of more than that N the 2d inst small stud FOUR waaka'after daw, we shall the
ngi ordinary regret we NOTICE. O a bay poneyabout4years NOTICE TO SLAVEHOLDERS Judge of the C &Tl

&t Capt W.: made the I l learn from a gentlemen who arrived in this 3 days afterdate I will petition the Judge 3 of old, has a white spot in his forehead,a The subscribers will five from THIRTY to I for leave to sell a portion of anty th. raalaatau.Coon of c
following white streak
replYi-; last that the Hon. Iii Middle pale down bis right nostril, and bmn- FORTY monthlor Lemmoa laia of said .
rTLJLI :-The t city night, Joseph Kent, v District of Florida for leave to ded S the DOLAS per Negro Fellows county ded
many attentions and tell the real on right hip. Any person giving information to work and lola
Senator in aisLe of Toot Q Saehee for the Road. .
from Joseph
Swe&ioni Congress this Stale, was purpose wh>re said t found J D West. Rai P.ORE
Y.u have been pleaaed of division the poney can to For farther apply J Hackley., Adm'in right. hia
--tIii lod every other to man t brown from his horse yesterday while ri. among heirsMJZY SIIEHEF. Adm'rx eotl jr. Esq or to the subscriber\:: shall be liberally Tallahassee, .r to the Subscribers the works. I wie 'U A. On._
occasion ,
in o
which .ding through his farm, and immediately kil Dec 161837 !$-it rewaIded. H N COLEMAN. JOH D & WM GRAY 1 ? Adm'.or Jie Lamasa.
Dec 16 I8S7. d.
19-tf Df 9, t 3 18-6* I IfoT.31,1S37.I ...


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: LEGAL.tl'VEt\T1SEMENT8 oea.,. A fresh supply of thU VALUABL MEDICINE ..II& e. .
Newetor Provision .Gi.r.' T.-ree just The sbcre Oiatmwt 1. e".red le1h. .,

NOTICE b'TBI subscribers hare the third Wednesday in SOLELY from vegetable j i isle and ILL commence on mtC
months after dates I hall der the firm of PEACHY & MANEH, fo the 'V next, the 20ibt and continue PREPARED HOUCK, Baltimore, maybe eases, some .f wbwh hare soh.Dgb514111 !

SIX: end Toucher., eod apply present to the my Bon.ac- purpose establishing inthe town oStMarb a four days.let Decmr. '.. taken with perfect safely by alleges & in all dii- medical Kieuce. .:;

Court of _QQPY Q".IQ.fORE for three ease) its cures are (for the following diseases :- lit White Swollmiier eviy desciip,1
CouU for a final tettJe- Day, sweepsk
Jefen& ,
county Their buildings WeDesdly-A Loss of Indigestion Inflammation 2d Sore and Ulcers of
& the admmklraxien old. subscription Dyspepsia, Appetite Legs 10DIIt. .i
fr of the likewise ihe heat
eQ an to
ell Thoma Delphylate of aid county dc- Receiving, they and props'attending and Cotton, yea 1100, forfeit t50. The Colts b named the of the Stomach, Heart Burn, Diar-haa,Dysentery 3d Schirrosor Glandalarlliose Tumoe,,', .
or Flux Pile, Fistula,Obstructed Mensuration I hardened to moors i i. women'siiftenlimes
C & before the
? JAME PARISH, Adm'r. to \ftiich they pledge -mselrrs to such aitention race.
Aug. 19, IS37. AUGT1NEER .rD a will entitle them to a liberal pay share of dar this sweepstakes there are five subscribers, Ague and Fever, Bilious or Remittent Fever, I terminate in ulcerated eaac'l4111 \

AND !from the Merchants and Planters of the and closed. Typhus Fever. ,Scarlet Fever,Small Pox, Erysipelas Felons or what some people know U.
NOTICE. Commission Merchant. patronage and counties of Qd Day, Thursday-Jockey Club Purse, $250, o SL A alhon y'. Fire, Asthma, Pie' y, eR. name o Catarrhs, of every description. ''
IX months afrer date I shall routh.b I'erritojy neighboring 25 free for ales Yelfow Fever Costiveness Wind on the.Fl 5th Rheumatic Pains of the joints.
present my and Their will be sold low for cash or produce. two mic! heats; entrance ; any nag )
era, and apply to the Hon. the Judge of the .. : iutLI IDHirOx Mondays Saturdays. As they goods will endeavor to keep on hand a constant owned in the Territory. of Iloridaor in the adjoin- marli or bowels, Cholera Morbns, Consumption, 6th) Sprains and Braises of every descriwLi.in
bounty Court of Gad dcn county, for a final! setile- counties Decatur Thomas and in Influenza Colds, Coughs, Inflammation of the wnaiever pert.ltaate. **
N. .Marks line of Packets supply of choice and superior qualities of Groceries ing Lountel
Itt and discharge from the administration of the York and Provisions of Country the State of Georgia, before the frt.18 chrst, Palsy, Gout, Rheumatism, Infiamatory sore 7th Tetters of all kinds. In this contrite,
estate ci Capt. John Hills! late of Gadsdcn every description. Inflammation of the heart in applying the Ointment
county, throat Croup, Dropsy, patient, nnstkejlj
Merchants and Planters will find iuo their interest 1837.
.J ._ __ _.____ _
"L t t..L ,1fu% Diseases of the Liver Jaundice, Difficulty arout of water. -r
'lor a CIUD iitrccmile j
3U \'Vj
Their is RicetJ.
& to call. store now open. Uay ltoaY-JOKcy purse
JONA. ROBINSON, Administrator. JOHN PEACHY.WM. heats; entrance a above. making Urine, Gleet, Hyslerics, Nervous and 8tb Chilblains or pans fleeted by frost.
August 12, 1837. |.6m BLAIR. 4th Dny, Saturday-Proprietor's Pursr, n handicap Scrofulous affections of the members and ligaments. TO THb. PUBLIC.I

N OTIUi. Rate Vessels and Jl/.isters St. Marks, Jan.ICth, 1836, 25-tt. f 200; one mile heats, three best in five; en- MercurialandVencreal. diseasesUlcers, Seres. At 'J he following communication, addressed tapreprilior
FIRST be employed in this experienced from either trance 828. Free a above. fections of the skin, & all diseasesrising from Impure of Judkin's Ointment, fe.n> *'
A LL will take notice that 1 have this <
persons LAND FOR SALE for -three old & Price bottle 2. John Taliaferro member of Congressis'
:, in the office port-a vessel will sail on the 8th and 24th of NOTE.-The Sweepstakes year Blood, -C. per ,
dayled of the Clerk of Gadsden every month, and oftener, should re- THE Subscriber is authorized to sdl! three va- three mile heats, and the Posisiakes, 2 mile hrats. This medicine has a powerful effect as n Spring tereiting. The gratuitous manner in whkh'
,t'loridl,my fna report and account quire. itronajje le Tracts of Land situated within 5. 12, were not filled : and there being no subscriber*. and Full Purifier, in w eonslilutiofs require made, e.hibiu leelings( of no ordinary cha I

.that Guardian o the the late law S. Mahburn, and WM. WYLLYS PRATT, Jtcnt N, York, 'and 25 miles from Tullahassce. The first contains out oflhe 'erril 'ry of Florid.i, the sports of tins nourishment. and new vigor ; such persons louards sutiering humanity! ; and is cert.siuj| *
soon demand of
s a allows, I shall nOB'T LYON, Agent St. Iark. : about 1920 Acres, 159 cleared The second 520 mcctin? will be confined to Florida owned Na: would be much Lnefuct by using two or three desfr ing public attention.

the said Court the settlement thereof, and my dlS.chare Mark8.7pril 15, 1837. 30-ly'r. Acres, CO real'cll And the third 8'0 Acres,about with the exception of the adjoining counties in bottle, which may bf without regard to drinkor W MIMNOTON,Jan.X3,\\yg

a guardian. THOS. GRAY. ----- 200 Clcared. 'fhesl lands are cqu.\lto any in .Mid I Georgia. diet. Many persons are diseased for the wan Sir-It has been my wish tor a c nsidertbUi,

OcL2OthI37._12 NOTICE. dIe Floricl, and will be sold on terms advantageous ;iCy Gentlemcn disposed to form I new Jockey of blood being purified. Thousands of I Arsons are communicate lo you the good e&ct ,ijjj-i!,

Administrators Notice. persons who are indebted to E.B. to purchaser.: ; Club, are requested to meet at the City Hile in destroying their constitutious by neglecting to have used the ointment invented by Mr Ju*.

TftTOTICli is hereby given that: at the next January THOSE by note or account, are earnestly -, II. W. BRADEN. Tallahassee. 8 o'cUck, on the Evening previous |1lya proper remedy; to such the Panacea will ap and which I now understand is made and soU

i term Gadsden county Court, the undersigned requested to make immediate payment to. Tallahassee March 15th 1837. If. 32 to the Races, for Ihi purpose of organizing the II.re t U doubly valuable as a certain and effectual -, agel1t appointed by yourself. 1 have napiw

.1Jministrator of ''homa Wynn, dec'd, the subscribers before( the first of September, as alt MILL SAWS, &c. same. means of restoring them to perfect health and I ointment, during tist last three years to eten

will' fnil report and settlement of said estate Recounts remaining unpaid at that date will be put Mill Saws 2 setts large Pat. Scales, The Rules of the old Jockey Club will govern vgor: ; few families are exempt from Scorbutic des of tumor and wound,without failure ":

; undai \ from the date hereof will applylor into the hands of an attorney for collection.E. FORTY Rowand's Tonic; Mixture. Received untill a new Club ;s organized. Affections which exhibit various symptoms Erup duce a cure in every instance. I conskier i,

a discharge nnd letters dismissory from said) BAll .'RD, .lr. 4- CO. and for sale low, to close sales, by THOS. BROWN, Proprietor. lion, Ulcerations, Debility, Loss of A most decided and efficient remedy in all cm
court such administrators.JOHN. 1 For E. B.Perkins. on consignment, Tallahassee October 18th 1837. I liT nil from blood and il be the what it
a July 1837.-7 G. //. <$. T. E. LINDENBERGER. Digestion, arising impure tumor, cause may, and I ha*fa
WYNN, not properly aiiendcU lo, are sure lo produce the nothing so good for wounds of any description
HENRY U. BllOU COPAlTNEHSIIP.THE I July 29, 1837. 51 LEON COUNTY COURT. greatest injury lr the constitution. Pariiacca is recommended may be proper to add, that the cure of ibe
July 1C.1 1837.-50-Gm_ ubscrbers ha\e entered into A CAHD.IIZt4. Josiah Elsen, 1 Assumpsit : Attachment for in ull seasons of the year,and in parti-, called the white swellinggiven over by th, |

NOTICE. : under the firm of Taft, Holt ? a vs > Summons ad res. for &80 561 dam. cular as a preventive from all diseases in warm cli- distinguished physicians as incurable,and if"
the next April term of the County Court & Co. 1A'UCO.UJUISIUN Willis Alston, ) Returnable to March Term, I I8J7 matesaiid those persons, when diseases are prevalent they have decided would, without ampuuj

AT or Jackson county, I shall present the accounts S. S TAFT, .IEllUH.NT, THE defendant in said case and all others in by taking the Panacea three or four limes a prove fatal to the patient, was under my jj&g

and vouchers of the of the GEOtGI G.HOLT, No. 60 WATER ., will take notice of the institution of weekor three or four table spoonful's when going ate notice, effected by the use of Judkins Oiita

estate el W\I. HOLLAND,admilistralor dcc'd, for ettl meni, GEORGE \ILL R. Offers hiM services to the merchants of Alabama, said suit by attachment ns nforesa-d-mid they arereqUred lobcd, and the person may fear apprehension of and the patient is in fine health ; his limb ale

end ssk for letters' dismission from said estate. St.Marks, July I, 1837. 51 Geoigia and Florida, in the purchase of Goods, to appear and plead to the declaration fh.t being attacked wnh lRe Cholera, Yellow Fever, or b- the tumor bdng restored to a perftct suu

THOMAS: OilMAN, Wares and Merchandise. In the purchasing and in said case, according to the statute ii twit case any olhe, diseaseas this medicine is a valuable restorative soundness. Also, that the leg of an aged man)

One of the Administrators BQ Rg selecting of whole stocks of goods, or in assorting made and provided DUVAL&. ALLEN, of the system, thereby invigorating thecnllstitution had been wounded, and exhibited one drtadf

Marianna,June 26th, 1817.: 47-Gm undersigned respectfully informs the them. Having had )long: experience in the purchasing .! Uys f,r pllf lld enabling it to bear the debilitating ulcerated surface from the knee to the foot

planters:of Leon. and. ..adjacent!: ,.that! he has of goods for Alabama, Georgia and Florida September_25th, 1837 effects of all climates ; it is conveyed bv# the circu- which, for more than two years, had been tea.
LEON COUNTY COURT. made and appointed DAVID C. WILSON Ins attorney he flatters himself that any orders entrusted MISS PARROTT hating fluids, and corrects iheir tendency to all those ered illcura 't, was eflidually cured by the ai

Edward Lookerman ) As ump.it. Att'nt for to sell E. W. Pitt's patent Cotton CULTIVA to him will be with satisfaction on the part of those diseases which originate in vitiated blood, diseased cation Judkin'u Ointment. I mention thest

5 5. I 3 2.si( Slor and examine (for themselves.: Messrs. Oakford & Whitcomb and vicinity, that her' SEMINARY I- of the lungs.Itrcsernbles .
'Vm Jourda and Henry 3 1 Gi dIU'Si: ; iSlc. Refer to management, as a decided evidence ef thecfic
mith.. trading.. &c. as | Sept2I.1S17. ; returna- C. F. CLABAUG//. Baldwin &. Hawkins, New York. -\Vm. Maner, for YOUNG LADr will commence on in point oftaste and flavour, a rich of this remedy in cases of tumors and of ulcta

$. J We to March I'm, 18'K: _Tallahassee, Dec. 26, IS3U. 21-tf Tallahassee, Flo,-Win. G: Porter, Apalnchicc, Monday, October 23d, in the Rooms lately occupied cordial rather than medicine. Every person after have experienced: as decidedly the good efhc
defendants in said and all others in & Dafiin, St. Josephs, Flo.-Wm. A. by Airs. Orchard as a Seminary. taking in should have
case, James Flo.-Craig mercury any way recourse this remedy in the cure of felons, and of ft,;
THE will take notice of the institution of .OhISOI BArge, McKcn"ie, Irwinton, Ala.-Preston &Nelms, Co. The instruction pursued in this instiiut-on; will to one or two bollles ol* this medicine. In the decline species of fresh wound. It seems to me that

said suit,. end of the is>uing of said writ of attachment DRAPER AND TAILOR, lumous, Oeo.Octoher9.. II embrace a complete English course. alo the Modern cf life or when the system has been impaired one iv ho will observe on the operation of thist

and to appear and plead lo the declaration T.1LLJIUSSEE, FLJ: 183G. I -Iy'r Liingu:'ges, Music, Drawing, Painting, and by excess, il nourishes, strengthens and supports merit, must be satisfied as to its beneficial elI

filed in said action, according to the statutes: (Next Juor.'-. of F.ToifletJevtler, in Monroe at.) NOTICE.ALL Fancy The Net-die Work. it.:-it is not presuming too far to add, lhal it actually I can with the utmost confidence rtcomaiend
io such case made and provided. just received from New York a superior present 'erm will open Monday, October23d prolongs I III'e.This of this valuable remedy.
lots within the limits of the
CHARLES S. S1BLEY, Att'y of TUT. :I HAS of Broadcloths, Cassimcrs and person:oWling of Tallah and close July23d, comprising lorly weeks- Pau-cea has been introduced to the public I am sir, very respectfully,
of the ssec
city Are The term divided into Jour sessions inch succeeded
21 1833. time nnd has received testimonials
7"JmNOTICE. short
BatedSept. more
which are nil the most Iuhionablcrolors u JOHN TALlAi'ERRCTo
Vesfings, amonij; notified to cleanse the bamc on or before Saturday by holiday of half week.'IERslS..
and patterns that have appeared in the New next,thc I I'Jtli inst.of all nuisances calculatedto ( in its fivoilr for its efficacy, in so short R time, than Mr. Charles Herstons proprietor of Ju4
marki-t also extensive ii sortmcniol'lleadyiMatle other medicine ever discoveredand its nao'e at : Ointment near Frederickiow n, Maryland.lrrP1LES.js .
York an any ,
SIX months after date, I shall] present my ac- Clothing, of description> which he can cause disease, viz: weeds, trash, or filth of every For tuition in all departments English studies liomjauil abroad, will induce hundre s, aye, thousands .
and vouchers, and to the lion. every description. AH LOTS not attended to by the per year of foriy week, S O.IHI, lor those over 12!
apply for the virtue
warrant to br as neatly mad'and' of as fine cloths to apply U, to reap true Before leaving Boonsboro, 1 had heard mot
final time above will he cleansed' by the hands ot( lor those 8 and under 12 840 I
County Court of Leon county, for u settlementand ever ollVrcd in the sculhern country.2 few stipulated years ngc ; over ; Ui e ret,f: an article in whicn yeu appear before tilt pubtk
of A any by City Corporalion for that and for those under b s.o: half in ad-
the administration
discharge from the cst.nc employed purpose payable
suits yeuths clothing, also youths rliincliillns,and ; : Notwithstanding attempts may be made t* impair proprietor, named Herstons Judkins' P. Spa
lots and in
the of said
vf VVui. talc of said and charged to owners ; vuice.Modern.
KinnaiTI, county. vaious even the confidi-nce *f the public in the efficacy anti C-
cluthcai'8, n.cns lutsck> furc.ipsc-f : intment, made by Hersrons near Fredet
? anr of the refusing to for said work, the lots each
GEORGE YOUNt Administrator. owiifrs pay Languages, ,
qualities, shirts tram one to seven dollars each, for per year 51,0.Drawin curaMe |10>. er nf this medicine, it01 ill go on in Mary land and of its descried efficacy in cures
auction l the of the
will be sold at public and SIO.
3 o1. 1837.! J8-Gm payment Painting,
.la1y disease, rthevcihe I dtlhctetJ and for itself -
earn 1

nmong which arc \'triety tuh f J'lain and ruffled S. H. COURTNEY conquer persons with am we acquainted. &
same Music 8t00! ( .r the term.
NOTICL linen, plain and: embroiJen bsotns collars, stocks 1S37. 2 the good opinion of thousands and tens o thou- my residence in Baltimore,' i il has perform*
Worsted and work
HEREBY GIVEN, that at the next Januaryterm suspenders, fine merino fl.inncl, canton Ibnnd,and Tallahassee, Augl City.MdrshaJ'l7 Embroidery\IA a Flow"r ,$7. 'mlld:. Already it as earned for itsc.a name cure on a friend of mine afflicted with the Pil_

IS of Gadsden County Court, the undersigned nf cotton shirts and drawer", linen, silk, buckskinand W m Each Young! Lidy TEHIALEXTtA.to find her own s'and and which dis'ardly attacks!an not reach ; that such is Having my self been a sufferer for some years

the Executor of Fields F. Wynn, who was (fur Io"e fur collars di. white and colored! fur sale, on accommodating chair. thc 1 fact, the number of lelieis in possession must this distressing disease, I now unhesitatingly

executor Benjamin B. Babb, will make final report -'silk and linen halllk rrhiefs. termshis HOUSE and Lotsiiuasvd, : on Boarding can: had for the pupils at the Seminary fully satisfy the most incredulous ; and were it necessary plied your ointment in my own case, and Mr

and settlement of said estate, anJ six months Also a lot ff nerl clothing, all of which he, wil &: : Monroe Street, in lhe city of Tallahas- and in genteel b private families. there could be obtained numerous testimo- tiLed that I can say it made a perfect cure.J. .
hereof will for and the of thc nialsunder the sanctity .f ire oaths of those who, BENTS
from the date apply discharge sell n Uw according to quality as see. The Lot measures 110 feet front Every attention will he paid to the Mind and ,
lter dismissory from said court as such execu can be bought in the Tcrritoiy.v. by ICO feet rear. The house is a convenient, spacious Manners of the Young Ladies committed to the alu r suffering, ll.c most acute and long protracted Counting room, Lombtrt't

wI Babb. JOHN H'YNN. 19th! 133( Irl and comfortable residence, independent of cl.argc of Miss and it be her effort to illness, have been entirely restored to hea1th,but it..' A few weeks ago a case of woman's sores
Iarrot 'I\ does nol enter into the comprehension of ,how under notice the breast iojj
many -
1637. came greatly
July which my
_5-Gi that portion, is now occupied as a Fancy merit the approbation of her and pattern
CAUTION. frcnd. It ii possible for botanic medicine to effect such the nipple scarcely to be seen-her appean
re. Young Ladies disconnected '
NOTICE. ALL persons are hereby warned against trading He also l offers for sale his unimproved lot, on can il desned, receive instruction" in Seminary of wonders in the healing art, as experience has clearly spoke the great misery she was iDj"told ;
SIX months after date, I shall present my ac- three certain promissory notes, drawn hy the ( loot street, measuring ICO feet front by 180 branche any tl proved them competent to perform, but such are the me she had been suffering three mentis e
and vouchers*, and apply It the linn. the undersigned, and made payable to Joseph B. : I'.icts: that they cannot be denied. il, and was carried her bed ; she ihen bad I.

County Court Jefferson. county, for a final settle- H'at'sor beirer, as ws. back.The subscriber will also dispose of his entire Call, Col. Bukr.'L'allahassee -Gen.. Brown,Judge' Randall,Goy. The above medicine can be obtained of G. H. & seed poultice to it; other things had been tried

went and dischirge from administration of the One note dated on the 2Cth July. 1S37, and payable slock in I'r.ide, comprising a most general assortment Oct llth 1837 10-4w T. E. LINDENBERGEItiormroe stre-l, Tallahassee advised Ju kins' oi.lrnent, knowing it had Vr
estate of James I Fall, lain of raid courty dec asrd. o ihe first day of January, 183: for three of Fancy and Staple Goods, Groceries, Florida, with proper directions for using it. successful in like cases. She got and applied.

JAMES l PARISH.Aug. thousand dollars. His block is 1837.I cording to the directions accompanying it; ii,
Hardware Grocery, &c. large Perry Tovnsh'p Muffin LmntyPa. May,
19, 1837. 2 Gm Adm'r. One note rf the same date, and payable, on the and well ,assorted, with 1i.c.such goods as are well TO- -11V- -- PTTIU.ir.- .- -- .,IR._ JACOB, ___ nVl..J".._,.__ _=_, ,i .icci__. _IUlKOU.. _IC WULISLUe.l _. .. ; -_ hours all pain was gone ; it broke, and conned

first d. y January, l 18*i9! for two thousand (lollars.l adapted to:the market. It i is due to Miss PARROTT to state, that the l to inform you of the effects that your Panacea discharging copiously i ,and so continued

NOTICE. ( s note of the same date, and payable on the For particulars apply to R. J. Hacklry, or Hugh charges in her school, both in their present reduced hud tin me. In the year HUb, during the monttis days ; the relief from tilreme pain to per fed I .
THIRTY days after date, I will apply to the first dayol( January, 1840, for two thnu"lnd dolbrs. Archer, my authorised agent. and in their original form, we,e determined ufianu.iry.February,3larch and April, I was employed excited the woman's astonishment: a tew dtjitdaced
the Superior Court for the Mdilte> As the said Joseph B. Watts has not given i us the Wm. MANER. by the n-lvicr. of her friends. In ihe firs in.tan, c, in thra---hinic with aihrashing machine,and her breast to itsrr usual stale,and \in eight tithe

District ot' Florida, for the right to dispose (f the consideration azieed upon, we are d< termined not Tallahassee, Per. 7. lR3fi. lfilfHOTICIS. a"friend was co'- ul'ed, who. having children to c.xighv cold, and :he dust seemed to settle: on my cure was cempleie. C. HERS10&
real estate of the lute C \V Stevens, of Jefferson to pay cither of( the said notes, unlit he comple educate, from motives ot delicacy( advised a higher I hm;s. I suffered much pain,and could no longer Frederick county, April 3,1825.

county. J.f.MLV GAD80EV, with his agreement, or until a due course of iw. rato than rircuaivance* w"ul justify; all the mat- attend io my business; tl.e Iain was located in my BEWARE er IMPOSITION.Messrs .
Nov. IS, 1837. 15 Adm'r.AUMINlS1HA1OlS M.4RTIN PALMER: having formed a copartner- ter in bein >. for rrco'is.iler.i- Cumtei*
THE consequence breasr, pa rucularly on the If It side. I was alo afflicted L &R T Lowndes,merchants,
L. v ill hereafter conduct the Drug business the unddsi 'ned. aficrinatinei'elii-eralioi le-
Inn with night w"ntsand fever, I sought the aid Gentlemen-As Mr Herstoos agent for ikl
OTIC DARIUS WILLIAMS..Monticello in name ofSTEWART upon the rates,as the lowest r- duc i-.n
: tie present of Dr Judkir.'s eintsiVi
'if v.iriou Physicians in this region, but all to no William patent specific
dlte, I apply to tin- Jefferson 30 1837. & BARXAKD. which in il is posMblc to inakr. It is wi-h
THIRTY slml county :Ipt. reaol purpose; I then tiaveled to Laca.lt.l coumy, and would inform you that last summer I was dt-i
the$ Superior Leon coun'y, S-tf the old Hand real pleasure thai the iifr this .-xnl.inuum -
Then shop will be found at formerly undprslet a'o: to Chester and several DoctorslavTf with a sore leg-the fame Judkin's Ointadt1'
Cot leave t'sell the bad belonging to the estate 01 t occupied by Mr. E. B. Perkins, opposite the in.trket ; and 10 paln-noR- tli.-ir but di-rivid to. employed I had duced me to gel a jug of il-but il happened B*abe
AVorin SyrupI fellow citizens in which the no benefitfinally, recourse -
Zac C. Fort. SOLOMON G. UliCKLOM, Munlul's house. I seminary high; m-.ral *f Mr.Herston's make. I used acraiif
NOT. 15 1837 Adm.NOIIC'E. S 1 all parents, nil IMS, and otli- I and intellectual: charact of the itrcumuhisiied| princijwl to your Panace-t,and used one boi tie, which
I ers who have th"mana meD of chihlren. :0 They .ill keep full assortments of :1 edicne., is sufficient to the PUP s lor the ac- I purchased at Lewistown, Pa. But it seemed at the printed directions, but my leg kept p&

the most effectual WORM DESTROTINO mcd'cim yet Ding, Chemical, Patent Medicines-, ., of all thai gnar.Hlee is fist not to do me any good, for I becalje weaker, worse.
quisiti j A ornamental in
iXweeks after date, I shall apply tothe Judgeof discovered. pledge! I themselves to 'ell nothin lUl genuine articles. hue education u'efulul1o p and was obliged to keep my bed. My Inenas MrHerstens traveling to the west stoppti'ny '

S the County COUrt of Gadsden l county, lot This syrup bodes beinga safe and active vermifuge J. KDWIN: STEWART, M D.47tf Randall advised me to u>c 110 mme of it, but I resolvid to h.iuse during the lime, on looking si liVs*

letters administration on the etaeoficseptt W. is agreeable and pleasant to the taste,and _' EDWARD- BARNAItDJr.- Themis ghe it a fair trial, and sent for another Untie; this ruent I had, he imrrediately proneaneea il nU

King dec'd., late ol said county. no chili will refuse to take it. TIN ARE.I Thomns Brown, afforded relief, and strengthened and improved his make,and furnished ne with cite which wst-

JOXA. ROBINSON.NOT. happily calcula'ed for preventing and I THE subscriber will carry on I Francis Kppes: me a> much as the first had weaked me. I sent On opening and smelling it, I was sensible of

11, 1837. 14-6 removing! tclY.othe.r disorders to which rh.lldrtl :: the Tin Ware manufacturing :. Richard llaywaid, for a third boitle, and am now restored, enjoying difference, nitho' it looked like i. I then sppliei1oinlnieni
are subject, Mien as Dowel or summer complaints!, _: business, and will at all limes bet er health than I have done for the last tenyears which he gave me, io my leg; it beo*
NOTICE.: Robert J. llackluv. I ain enabled follow the in a slate of amendment on using the first pi**?
and it am a: plough
diarrhnca or looseness, vomiting purging, is : ; have on a general av'ortmfin -
SIX wetk after date, I will apply to the Judge invaluable fo allaying those pains winch childrensuiTer either at wholesale or Oct. 22, 1637.SI'IJNG. "Po ver since 1 II ist August. I am fully convinced that and so continued until il got quite welL

y Court of Leon county, foi letters'fadminitration : in cutting heir teeth and if previously retail, on as reasonable terms as can be sold in A SlI.n.tlLilt CiOOlJS.fHlHE your pana-ea may be Mk-n without any injury, This ointment is certainly very valuable,s

on thn estate of Ephraim Taylor, used, 'il render this operation of nature p"rle-IJy I any Southern market- Ssubscrihcr has just leceived from New mind isn useful medicine. Yours, pectlully, would be a pity il should be lost to the public''

lau ef lid county, dere&se,1 mild : free from danger. It iscqua'ly efficacious Country merchant: and others are invited to JL York a as"or.ment of Bombazine Mnntu.i. .. DAVID ESHELMAN, a counterfeit article, bearing the name and knot
GIDDINS. ful The S flowing remarks by the l'ditorol the Stark genuine. WM K iEJfl1MCumberland
in rickets and in theiniantile, remittent I'-ver. I and satisfy themselves. '1 hibet bib, Black Orcf-n an.1 l
Nev. !5, 1837. Ur cal anl J'tIO' ('( I'anirn uhir. Democrat, are extracted May 24.1331.Frtm .
Jrnlil is recomnv-nded with the assurance that it is fully '\'I H. FRANCIS. Iahlia C.tshmcnct:,, aid bummer Clotlis, ot a v.i- tuElty
NO HUE adequate to the purposes intended, and that much Tallahassee Jan. 14, g'tf: of colon fori're and Frock Coats. Z- bra from that r.lj'er1 April 4, lcf.7.HOCCK'S Rev Bner', WavgL
riety ,
l'AS [.-We invite the attention of I have known Mr C Herstons to be the pnf
% ;
good derived from its and
that will be made mae simplicity innocence White Cambric Drills. London ribbedaiin
hereby given, application to TO Tim ASTHMATIC &. CONU YE. Plaid and the ci'izens' of (allOIl and the public renernlly Judkin's Ointment for several years da.
the Hon. the Judge of the Court fur it cannot do any harm. and Plain Check aniM'artoont tor
Superior Directions each bunk.Marshall's most prevalent and fatal of nil Disea-c : fic.t, Striped to the advertisement in another column of this paper my residence in Mary land,and the ointment*'
I six weeks afterdate for accompanying THE Linen tiaiin faced
Lawn &c.
V\e eeuisyofGadsden perI to civilized society-the Il has
( Consump'tonmay \ wtlin. ,uiuier ihe ab--ve beul. We have used the article by him io have been in mush repute. anficquently
l I mission to sell lots No. 77 and 71, with the Imrro'ement compound Syrup of generally .oe truCet to the least Alarming o for Pants a great variety of Vest n ourselves anti can wifely recommend it to thepubic used in my own family,while livup
. thereon lying in the t iwn duincy, in said Liverwor cold. estimation Shirts, CnU.fs ali Bosoms. A general orimem
disorders, a slight neglected Iy as an invaluable remedy for molof the Maryland, and during my residence in ibis O'iAith
county (In rly occupied by the late Francis A. For cough", colds, asthmas, spitting of blood, it appear thAt one hundred ar.'t! fifty thousand per of Hosiery, .-c. A'-o; an extensive assortment of diSfas with which mankind are afi1jc'.ed. Having success.

I I Cash,dec'd, attd now the property of his legal representatives. liver complaints, whooping cough, and al disease Ion'die annually, of tho consumption. Most of these Ready Mode Clothll" fur a number of years been subject to the INCCBCS B WAUG5
ELL Boin-
I of the breasand lungs. dreadful re-iults may be atributd to common cold, .flmong \\hichare upwards or NIGHTMARE, to an alarming extent, thePanacru Methodist Book Room, Mulberry st.
{ .! for the The restorative of this medicine in diseases bazine Thibet Mi-rino Crape CainMct! While
} ltorney representatives. powers and a negligent treatmenof the harrassing cough was recommend'd to us by Dr. Houck New York, May 20th, 1835.
J NOT. 10, 1837. 146w of ihe Lungs have been the mostrespectable and Brown Linen Dress and Frock Coats, Roundabouts -
which i is followed *
auestcIlly have been
that *- usually '
generally ensue by himself, aid we are happy e say we To prevent imposition, C Herstons naai|
physicians: both .of Europe and this difficult in the side, andatlaxtUI Pants_ and. ,.i vest of cvry descripti.'nmnade: that lli1 i.on.s .
i BOOK-U1NDERY. breathing pain entirely relieved Ir m distressing! a his o-vn hand wriung.will appear on the ent'Letcrs
.. .
" THE Subscribers have opened bindery in Tallahassee country. It PONSCSSCS Sedal1"e. expectorant and ceratea Lung. .loieni ann repoaicn Asiiimatic' at. in the most f'shinnat.le mannernll'n, lie 11 dis \ a family! medicine we have no hesitation in post paid, directed i him, in Fred-'

. and are prepared to execute all branches tonic properties, and hence abate fevers' mitigate tacks, ntao bring on Consumptive ")'mplpml. Oneor POCIIlO sell very reasoable fur caih or approved. saying that we Mieve it is unsurpassed.KKMEUY City, Md. will be attended to.
coughs and almost i ight and credit. J.J.
\ business in be remo\'e' two dollar in lhE purchase .fDK. BltE For Sale wholesale and retail by
of their as good a syle as can done recent colds, whilst it gives immediate relief loihose expended Country merchants and others wbhing 10 put : FUR 1111tU11ATISM.T ,

t elsewhere. which from neglect have assumed a more RELKK'S ASTHMATIC PILLS, chase, will find il to their interest to call at the J r. excruciating pain-the decrepitude and STEWART Sf BARNARD, Drs'S s .
Paper ruled foi bills, letters 4c. and little attention to their timely administration Tallahassee, Sept. 17th, 1336 6eow.l7'Rowand's
character and seldom ails a
dangerous to cure the above establishment. am" the old which
deformity premature age ___ .
Particular attention lid to re-binding o'd books -.. .__ "
p mot obstinate cases. will usually insure a mitigation of thesedisorders T Jaha.sel, April j 29, 1837. 3St"HERFl"'S arc tic usualitten: dants af the disorder, are sufferedby and Ami
M Tonic Mixture
l Newspapers, 'guine &c. I will be found superior to any other medicine, and usually fifed a cure. The Pills man from despair of a care, er di'appoiutmenl
: The subscribers themselves thai all SALE. I Costive Pills.
pledge order the cure of shortnes of breathe hoarseues, are also an easy and etiectual) remedy fer the in the effic cy of (he numerous pretended antidotes attetnpttl)
shall be executed, with neuness$ and despatch. wheezings, and promptly remedial in soreness of preceding and accompanying ihe By VIRTUE ofu writ of (Fieri I'.icias, issued to effect tf is purpose. But those who have made a IN consequence if the numerous Rowand's vta
CUStlJtfAN4tHAY. imitations of
the and lun In whooping cough its corrective symptom by a magistrate, levied and returned t me palm spurious |
breast \ fair trial of -
Tallahasse, October Ifrh, 1837. I0tf Asthma) and Consumption, for colds' coojhs, blc Medicines on the public_he has deiermirw
efforts will be speedily discovered. I by a constable 01 the tlar.l district in the cuunty of
difficulty of breathing, lightness and stricluieacrwss | Dr. Jebf/s Celebrated Liniment, confide time sales exclusively Jo agents in difiet
JSTOtlAGK STORAGE Leon, I shall proceed to sell t-i the hi h 'si bu'.dcr: ,
.. subscriber having again rented those large Marshall's Tonic Mixture. the chest, hee/.iiig, pain in the side, before the door of ihc Court llou! in the city of I even in cases of longstanding. and of the most sever parts of the country, from whom ala Hi ft*?

THE coJiinodious warehouses,known ns ricixas For Ague and Fever. spitting nfbUodc.. Few cases can occur of rallahasa. e, county ol I Leon on the first Saturdayn character, have received certain relief, and articles can be bad, and lo guard the mire ef5*l,

warehouses., will cnntinua to receive Cotton' and Marshall any of this class of disorders, in which the purchase December next nil the sight, tithe, claim. and in- many hay been cured in a few days, some in 2-1 ally against time impositions of unauthorised v '
Prepared byC. thr ale bv ber of in Button and vicinity Boslon.fl
Goods on storage. From his experience in the Lniciness STEW RT St BARNARB nf Dr. 'Rel 's Pills will not find a rich crest of William L). Austin in and to the lollowi.ig hour! 34 a nun person ers; he has instructed his agenlstn

he flatters himself that he ran give "lisfac next'door the return for trifling expenditure tract of Land, to wit: the N.E i of the N.E i ol who: were formerly afflicted with Rheumatism York, Philadelphia, and Baltimore to '
to Post Office. "
tion to those who may extend to him their patron Jan. 28, 1937 25 Gms Price-whole boxes, 30 pills, gi; half boxes eclion K, T 2, R 2 N &I E:, containing 40 acres, have sessior.very of fully the tea fied. Certificates the most are in the poe sales la merchant*and others of any ofihe qnflZ1"J
Proprietor, proving thorough Large
His warehouses order and ,tiore or less, Ifiing and being illaid trict, to satisfy to be earrie d Suntl for sate again.
age. from fire are in good from inundation, per 12 pills, 50 cenl!. said writ in favor of Lewis Sanders. and surprising cures I tj mean of this powerful LINIMENT of a pernicious article in imitation of the r*;
fectly secure by
a ala For sale *y STEWART BARNARD. in cases where other approved applications manufactured byLncjasS w
& been
high to which m< places on the coast areiiabte. DR. HUNTER Sale will take place within ih usual hours. Mixture
tides. WILLIAM tny J. BAILEY. Dec. 17, J63i.I1ANI12L( A. A. Sheriff. had utterly failed. stock & Co. of New York,and sent It the 3m111
CONCERN. instead of
Oct. 18lh IS:17.: lltdsNOTICE. sal The name RewUnJ
Ma Oct. 4, 1837. 94rno LAUD :
"I no1: the use of Dr. inestimable Pills, DUMFRIES REMEDY FOR THE PILES ll.e bollles of the imitation. The gecula'*

. KOT1GE.ALL B, SOfll of either luoter'l, i y. carefully follow HAS just received, and offers for bale cheap, - ---.. The proprietor begs leave to recommend (which on cit may be had of the followingpersons, ,

I peisons to the estate of John the very valuable plan, and copious Directions, cash only! at Magnolia, wholesale or ic- IX week : after d.ite I shall apply io the Honorable he docs \\ilh the fullest confidence) one of the moat I the only At"**in this part or* mormea anu.1 t Ufl*
late of Leon deceased them enabled t\ilt I N E Rum, riench and Brandy, //ollandand S vtilii'ihle! remedies known for this troublesome and &co. General Agent,Taltafc
county, are re accoii uanying ore effectually to era Jud ;' of the Coun.ty Court of Leon > E. Bai nard jr.
, quested t make immediate payment; and th.se having dicate CERTAIN DISEASE, and to restore Country Gin, Madeiralataa Juscal Wines, County, for Letters Administration on the es- painful. complaint. Without going into detail, lie William Kerr & Co.Thomasville,
I against said notified to health with and Bagging and Hope; Loaf,Lump and Brown Sugar; deems it he has in his C. Eccles,Quincy,
estt aic hereby lout ease, safety, certainty in a few talent Wm Carsun, dec. N. M. MARTIN. enough to say, possession James
I present them in proper within the time ore- diys. Cuba Coffee; Po\nll, Shot and Lead; Sperm Candles October, l 1837.: 13tiwFOK the most undoubted testimonials that it has more waiip,Lloyd, &. Co. Su Marks.

scribed byl.W t the undersigned, or they will be The exten .ivo sale and unexampled success ; Sap, Starch, Buttled Cider, Lemon Syrup, completely I answered the purpose for which it is intended Thomas Alexander, Hickstown,

. forever barred. of this Medicine, in this nnd other cities, and principal Ispice, Pepper, &c. SALE than any other popular mediciue Darius Williams &Co., Mohticello,

I MARY CHRISTINA BRAIL, Adm'x. towns throughout the Union, for the last lilleenBiarn A LIGHT JERSEY: WAGON and a good This remedy is perfectly innocent iu its j application J. D.Carpenter, MtcVasooky.

| Noy, 1 1837. 16.2m -doringwhich it was satisfactorily prepared by STORAGE.Is draught HORSE. Enquire ofMcRANEY to all conditions, agesand sexe. Fell direction The Zbe1 of E. Barnard jr. Ce. will hi

f i : NOTICE.k Comway, incontes'ibly prove, that when used prepared to receive on stoingc, for shipment,
indebted with the INJECTION POWDERS il effects a Colon,and I any produce; also to receive, store and Nov. 1.1R37. U-tf each packet, which consists of two boxes. Ointment Tallahassee, July 7ih. 1837. _
' ALL to the estate Kedar Vsnn, art thorough and speedy cure of that dreadful disorder, I forward Goods and Merchandize /10 solicits a EAST UOAI CO.lOTICJ and Electuary. Price, $1 for the whole, c 50 CO7
lo come forward and settle the same; denominated the Scourge of the Human Race. share of Terms FIOHID.R.lL cents if but oiie; of the articles is wauled.ar To those afflicted with
p; and all those having demands will them fur public palODlge. a customary herely 1 meeting of the
, settlement within the time Tne PlLLSareuccoinpanied, when the asereqirel heretofore in the |1lacc. : Florida Rail (load Sale hy STEWARTBABNARD.. celebrated Albion Corn f
i prescribed law be Eat
by or THE
it with the INJECTION t'im-
POWDERS. October 7, 137. 0-6t will he held the first ef February relief, and at the same
barred from all interest in Company, on Monday DUMFRIE'S EYE WATER 'lPaCEaTincATE. tM
s.i tstlt.KJR.CI these constitute rootwith
V4NN Adm'r and CERATE; a most powerful lJ<::58, at half-past 3 o'clock, F. M. atNo. 1 immediate and draws the Corn out by the
medicine applicable the of this NOTICE. For sore or inflamed Eyes, gives eas "
'rioD stages
October 1837. t Commercial Wharfn; the to
cho.seDireclos wtb
'. 5 Pretean disordar. Ful'.and! plain directions, with a persons indebted to the estate of Drury for the ensuing agreeably ta tic act relief. On recent sore eyes the effect is most sal- .-"To thope afflicted thi ACorn

NOTICE. popular treatise explaining the various symptoms, ALL late of Leon county, deceased, are nf incorporation, and to transact year any other bUines, utiry.-Where the complaint has been or years lo their feet I do certify,that I have sSSd

A LL persons indebted io the estate of Arthur and the mod. of treatment, accompany each box, requested to make immediate payment; nnd those that legally come before it.RtfVin. standing, and in some exceeding bad easesthe moat Plaster, with complete success.

4 late of Leon county,deceased, are re 1 that persons nf either sex may cure them.elve having claims against said estate are hereby notified may HEN8HAW, I unexpected and desirable relief has been found .in used one box it completely cared a Core tb'

t make immediate payment; and those (Price of the Pills $1 a box; the Injection Powdei .I to present them in proper form within the time pre- President E F R R Co. I i the use"of thi Aye water. after every other remedyhad troubled me (for many years. I make tb't.l'4complaint.

having claims arinst uid eaute are hereby no i- and Cerate W) cents each.) s.-ribcd by law, to the undersigned, or thy will be Boat"n), Sept It. 18 73. -10t failed. Man) persona who have used i it, pro for the benefit el those afflicted. with
fed to present them authenticated within the time O Prepared horn the original Recipe in MSwf forever barred. nounce it the best preparation'for those complaints .. SI

prescribed by law t the subscriber,or they will b the late Dr. W. T. Cow WAT, by hU immediate GREEN H. CIIAlREf. NEW GOODS. they have ever met with, especially in cases of aorenes's Fleshing, L. I. F.b.SS." W)1.

forever barred. Sei-cessor, and the Sole Proprietor, T. KIDDER TOM PETER UJIA1IIES. Subscribers are receiving their supplies or"in ammation of long standing. Price w> Paica,50 cents abox.

I ,MART .H. MACON,Admin'x. ,of whom they may be had at his Counting Nov. 11.I I H>37. 14 tm L xfcu orl. THE Fall and Winter Goods, which they offer : cents a bottle. the outside BjP None art genuine muss signed**

NOT U, I.tm Rom, in Chambers ever No. 9 next door t J. HANK for sale low forcash,country pfoduce,or on short None are genuine unless signed on T. KID aide printed wrapper,by the aole proprie w-

NOTICE.lX KIDDEa'tJ Drug Store, and Hano U. S. BILLS, trerit Fhosi whose accounts are due,are e irneatly printed wrapper, by the sole proprietor, DER, immediate successor to the l late PT.
:: ver Street.near Concert Hall. COlr, and also And Checks on Philadelphia or Baltimore requested to rail and settle the same, ns much longer DELI, immediate successor to the.lata Dr.V. T .wT.-Forsale at his Counting RO0 ,

the?.$* after dale, application will b mae by his *ppointment, (together with all those othervaluable desirous of n.aking: r.minanrr t indulgence cannot be (riven. Con way. No* 9! 99, Court .*re$X, near Concert Hall,
Judge of the Room
or t letters Cinnty ofhe county : Medicines, .prepared by the late Dr. PERSONS or in wunt of U S Bank Bill:, to hAYWARD tt AUSTIN. For sale at his Counting over and also bbs also by his speciaIaopointmCDt
I !? fo Pf adoxinUtration estate. Il-Ct Court street,near Concert Hall, Boston, > BARNAaLTsikb
20 1837.
,tF ol.ihe late. Peter Peterson. C.wo,) by the amount of Ave or six thousand dollar, can be Tallahassee,Oct. special appointment bsTwkaT, SlgWAItT 4.

: i "'. ALVIN GREEN STEWART tf BARNARD, No.6.) accommodnteJ in such sums A they mo> lequir PRINTING ef dctcription, neat fc BARNAIID,
. every
i 1d.sa3n
' ", 18r li-Ow Dauoeisr. aila modcrtte premium. Apply at this ofce. ilffi e.! Tallall'tWWt, Mmfc 1*. U (N... se, FA.
: T''N TI Ti, 1. Htf. ".ft! lt8. tf t I I t