The Floridian

Material Information

The Floridian
Uniform Title:
Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee [Fla.]
Wm. Wilson
Creation Date:
November 1, 1831
Publication Date:
Weekly[Nov. 11, 1837-1848]
Weekly[ FORMER 1831-Oct. 15, 1837]
Semiweekly[ FORMER Oct. 18-Nov. 4, 1837]
Physical Description:
v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
30.451667 x -84.268533


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).
Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.:
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).

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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JJl"SIICd et'Y' 'l'ucsda.i11o.llillg! THE Government, imiler the assurance: of: 'the'

i: ll1rs in ad\:1uce-or Five in six months FLOftffipT tinued confidence of the President, nnd con wits* <

Folr! d() r \\ill! he discontinued unless at the 1 optIOn of evpresiion of his regret for the necegitywbich.demanded -
>;o f.:1p hcft1re nrrrara's arc j .e our
Edit':. he 'n inserted at sevr him by
the "1'\,1'1! i1I of all imputation of
j.drfrlc< ti1r the first iirrt1I.ciiyh and impropriety, either
(; rent carh?rfqn\N bubscquuit )nhil1ual' All : "J.J\ T" F.7. NflV" Fpr." r = official, of individual-here at the seat of 'the
6f.rrtJ1IS fr continued until forbid, unless olhcr-, -;, t National Government-after
; ,nts will be I i "Tt ')I'll, 'raI' C'JJ.'j'.. dra2ged before the having bef:11 i
: 1'tr. ( I In I 'ALt mfls.1., , tcr to the J 'ur'J s ;,
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The r.\,.: all letterandoommvmicatii-ns I will not receive attina .-,, ; )'. D":. .1:1:1. 'r ; '. 10I ; involving my private honor__one which had
.'1 be 11aid, or they Ml (4.U4 lV. ll4b.,--' 4!!: .U.l t'UlI.' been forced ofbn me
Int. 'i.j t. "JI1'- v I.I: '. the
r.Jitor st avowed
tjot. JC.--o--_ ." ..,_-_ ..JI-121- Sit":IIt t limd>7 F.oos u I'rr.1"l..l1l1 Cap ;--;Visitinc--Kinedwl. Cards pajicr, marl,---I(U doze> again.btrcci.Ii.The lie dog then stretched sunk himself back: into before his ()anj.l, b'ou !buss will crack of a cold I calumniated thority of the Chief Magistrate, I have been au

LiI) : tUiOflttW2. 1 Blank ( 'ardsl"laying Cards, al 2o rents ; e andiron ; and the frosty nig f .Mra. Jones was about half way acd menaced by those who speak
-oo l ; and medium Prawiiiir ; cat squat down before i Between at his btdding/and
; dnd are silenced
,'\ : : ., r. t. % 'tj ii' rv assort- l'apfafcTN; "i\li'II' the other. Silence asleep awake. There goes m'y by his nod.If .-
... .fll'' r ? Aitanti Ti jie and SandKicldcr"s; I rhfinical. Mark came on by degrees, like .t'1 groatyoast bottle said excited by feelings which
STATIC > she a
a fP] .. htrtih-sWJ aealm to heiself bur man
.1 In'd k. and Ink-jKiM} tier ;Inddiahlu Ink s-orni, till nothing was heard hut t may ex
r3' cash --\ into press*, I have at time
; :
tl or
'i" thousand
< prices twenty any
do P! re z'tpCo pieces and
> > rc )Glass Ink-Hands curkct tinder the bread is tempted to
t assorted sizes., hearth my in
clii"i'r'! ) .'. .All;nni.uhirli 1 I arc tl.c I following; : keeping time with all dough nl in.The. dulge them, a little reflection has
'cti i Hylis J Gaicus.V QUILLS sappy yellow birch tbreslick. sufficed to
pr: k Wui"id's! Sally sat up connce'mc.hat it is that
,\.tv, .' ;y vr. in-ii'liytv U-'h'V Family.I : Ru"sH and Dutch, from Js'i s. 10 to GO ;- w prim as if she were pinned to the chair hack tJp5hot of the matter i is, I fell in love and to the my dutv to myself
I -' 4wcSftHor.A '1 antI"s .' : ; with Sally' Jones, head public requires at hands.
: -.aps.,, Asia, Africa, the he r hands; crossed her over ears. Every y my That
: ?"'..VP & \Vjlbrd's! Talcs for Hoys.V States! and the Word! her sientt.-ely upon hp and Su day night rain or -nine finds me duty consists simply in maintaining the cause
eyes looking I rapping a
\ <- I U"II'S\\.I.s. straight into the fire. Mammy of truth before
-j ti" ft1J squire door, and American
c. Jones twenty times People and
and Viril .tried to straighten herself: have Keen ; ,
< .. -1 (iccrjraphy l '< \1 fill l'VI U btlOKS.. A variety of S.n n i' aiuta ':.uit';i f
\ Gc "r.l'\h". and Ta11.'s fir a Grandfather.C'1ildren Harp' Fla'e and Ciuitnr; ;---C-' ics1 Seraph: and would not liy; tilL It full lap. they Ix'l' now I have made a final resolve,. and if I ace, in exposing to them the real condition of
Sa"t.CO .
J' -.' of the Abbt-y., UF 11tt: : was twenty-four ou't get chooked in the trial this, communiy, in which the
hours reign of
Sally Jones will I terror
\ \-' ; All Onlers for BOOKS since they had work
L for ( or MUSIC, (Wile any and they h- is.
.:\iIY. ryn1mvrinz.. lr tn:uifler.- Portland JMre ;. .emphatically established. I
r'ITI". \,i,s.... < 'r- Chirl-ntcTfinple. the North, \ ill be }lmctulI.ItClluuJ" ii .o bv I Iriittr. ) v ere out of nil patience) with ijiiiiJ.iy. i >ovvh.itho I 'li.1f ferent to con am .not indif

'";''' l!: r.lri.nt' \t:?!. Loua the.Orpaan.f sr '\T\1. >\ lU': \'. )Ult1 t(, I keep thin quirt they would -- quences, but, whatever :
$ I be
\,. 'Uv.'riiU'd: tatts, Vallty:! nf hl ywthah. 1't11ia"e.: !! O(tnlirr 10. 1 =.",]1. I houncc PoIt-rtAL.; may the voice of warning shall not bo
: i _
,,. up, now and th-n! awl eo thnufih! the wi thheLd.S
Ar'hnr! Clerninz.IY "t r-o. f\ \ -r "-t i" -
< t. : : I
.. I Ii'! 2*: !" : -Ju. ___.; )' :sions) in ;
., .' ::1,1, .kH. 1sctt's ('f'owner's I'l1Cn1S.I'P R E\-\I : L". ,;. 111 'h, 1t ::. 'tll"$ q ,'1.'. J'or a4y spite ur! I he fourth. (mlm: ildmC'nt.( Mr. BEuuinx-s: RKPLY TO MAJ. EATON I shall compelled to speak of \1 r. Futon
11 > .U The \ilLiso, hirhif: ak h4 I I part, t sat I looking vcrv lY.urh lika! TO THE the late
: !.1'1,1!. 1 v not i I \I (it bett.r"' the Gls-1 tliy I PUBLIC. Secretary of U ar, wboe
,.: sivXS !1. Ladcof. the Lalce. <.4 in trlBIlillbe I sen: to the General Post'if: I t fool. i t h-[ u.- -re I tneti: to say ml' thing!! tb.1 The misrepresentations multiplied
J ? multiplied ( hive
',.; w ,. ,'-'* ilisi'1 i nrr. :;ii"uc"s w<\rks.f 'l-a l !ei: rs.llnley i ::1;Pre :nyt.. 'i' .c Murk f.isl I I mi-representations which I made it m-cVssary
C ;; ; ;>n hv f ig111"g:: ; arc, contained: the br me to adl-ess
." i'Pic'toW, 1'fi; J..ayof the Jailor. Captain David. .Lrbn.l l.flijs m recent .publication made you. I srwll do this! how-
.1, .I )Vt: : I 1ft t, -UK.) bud 'hem / ,
.J..V.':.,.( '-j, Ii"Ls.: (: illsArabian Txichts" :.< i Heil.; JoknS. M'l.mior, ?iis. i. ,.iJ ,ilif! ; thenchanged, :i !,y1 r. Eaton, claim; (from me a reply. I make I|r cver. froirra rfonsideratioa of hi, oiRcial
'lt\..'sScas'v'icar"f rn s. .1"i!, \.r. irjViiaily. Jhn pui K'ft K-g I over iay right. it was no :| itS willunti'rertod: reluctance ; ne\-ion,: with //ie late Cabinet con-
\'. .J. well : and from the
jVefi aware that be
em\. ---Hitf I -
[,.. ;tl .btOIT. H/Crid"(n. V'IlKiii; J-hn 11 kept: coming on thrk[ "r ;.nd 'the discharge of this I tije f hat
I nJtAtMTgh
-S I'.' "lt": E'bntl.: : Kact.n's Essays.TrarvVlMiuealE. D-ivnl, W1T H.-2 h'piskman, henry '.1 !;< r. f r'i.f svv "itboiii" to i (luty to my sell, and to retired 'rorn oflicp, his 8ituation -
( < ciav.lall
I.' : ) the for all
public) ) will the
.. (s3't'CC, econom. Ftmlor ilr'IHlr-2 O'?'fd: ::\-:. ilary \.u r ii. I I'l expose me to a repetition of purJHM; of this discu. iort
\ U IIa As.ti1titi;; '.t 1"air.fl. Fish, B.'njaniin Pin: Pan ; ; MV. uy: upon!) my Int. hmiiing* : the wanton a!'usc ol" a press, which ) remains unchanged. As a private

.....,.. : Jii"'4ry.i iilcflf \Ia 1.illc of Wit. i Halfy! Fnviliin: : S1': -.x. Finy '.i it pg.: on ti.; i I"u to .h door and ;.t this; I to speak III this matter by the protesscs I he has phiced! himself beyondc individual" ; ::. 1.n.: 1:4;:i.b Oil Adams: S: Jtf- I Hill;]/ I .tnt! J. ; V. iliMin*. JaMVS.Mnwn.P.uid 'ii: i tip L:) ..I. ...uij; :' t-.ut, i! CllIl'fI.titrate.1 No authority of the honorable lie pale of
would controversy. has
( ul l Grcd 1 S ,1fc.i'SII1.: ; \\MlV.rii, V illj'uH 'wi.h'i'-y! I I.' I '' man voluntariiy scu"ht anti
1J': i.tll ir.idt-il like
: : a chip I u t i ent'T evaded it. when the
Thf Torcstrrs.rvi'vs into such
: a
Jciikins VinOowFl'sIt; If I opportunity was
; Johnt i-2Ivcrr controversy. do afforded
: ; Ancient Ilisicry, I.t ir'.iiir: of Countess dl'I'' David '\'0011, Iii. ci.I t j. 2'- r, ii-J; i H rieij ri.Sil up on end. I not shrink from it, it is because I feel that I to him of gratifying hu resentment if I

V etc.; Citnlis. I (N; ii'my 't-i'ul.:: '. ycu'Jl j.evrr! uile) >uch j I am called! to this act of stlf-deicnce I t-inpioy a moment in the exposure of his .
r. Ijd,:. Lh-e IMUam.: E. SKIVAS, P. 4in:i. -ii. K is -.1 :\\ {",tii: ('r ,;ii-l, if live i (considerations : duct, it is not because con
I' J:41U.J, 2 vts (( 1ar1.v. ! O,, .,1\'r .',,. t fi .. % J yr i DJ which I may not be perrint- I can derive plea-ura!
JiI.-Y': : J..h' .f 1r.m"hn. __ I > t. i 4f 41: u- t .lb'lpe.( I iJu would to-- lej io disregard. : from contemplating the humiliation
": } t
: : n. a which ho
,\ .t:td.rT; \11" 1.1.'lf11'nr' )'. L'I1flhIiUS 'u Lxwt1iioi [OTICE I I i|ii iiis; int-i -.i.'k.; ;ti.cIhil': it was: whnliii inin j From the prc'ttrc.of circumstances : has'oluntarih' Bought, and still less to vindi.
.. '1(1:1".1.. t., 11;(' Polar: Sl'a.r A LL .. ;i i :::ji i tii.; .% 'ill'i; !!%il!I ;' .iiid) then which
: th.s if .t-" J. ... ,\R';:i lf I ] ii r-ij; Iccn-hit t i it did: :not contribute to rate myself from the Billingsgate
:, .11.IIiI oJ\u' t .) II.tU's'r fl'\m tlt(\\ nt .JL. CU. h. :1:111 ." ". I :> : produce, and had not abuse, with
; "y : : .rt. It1. : : u, vvuito-t
'r : ( \H t : i : '' ic: a in the t tit which he has filled
,. n....}. ;. \'dl''. '. I power to control, 1 was sometime the columns of the Globe.
i and!
\ Ju'inuh
:1' "I" : pdliJ; :\ -<-ff T : :! 'r. J'"NIVSho .J.I.l tn.t'. > !iti: iiink I
1 r.. 1.. 'J '\Iilt: s Y\\c .0 ( Itiuit 1. : i j" ill Taroim.!'-t'/10.. 'f : 1 1'\:' : >'y I ..' (1.1 tIs !\.11" F. I=rl'& jnI1fl tIVt.iI : I. : I '.M vo :r t D ir fh.-e ,jsluri" side! o'i me L lor a moment call your attention you. charge of my duty as a citi/cn, I would .
I t'' :,' dTEt'1\ '. Lit .f H. H. 1 u I NOTllC!l 1'1e< -"i }'- can hv.&r-liJIr.-$ ,. \ (;W11'It' I I "t itt' things-al that to the I Iti hit to the American ex

'. ..'' ,. "jk :;,pl'l-: 1-\1 m's COl dlll1t.aril' Y., i rif'TI?: ; : !.:. .i. i j. J '. 1 :' 1I I I.l:1. I ,,.'" von ('JiI,.. all r .'' l-jj-l''i. ?' (O, jllst i I[ lis-tmvtly understand time, that you may more calumny) and menace People which that sy;torr. of
% \ ',','; ItcadtV, Ni: >5. Alur flj :"lcvi>itcd.j.2 .. I rnv present I'n ition. I prevails at tho
v .t r .j'\11 ..fif: tiid I ;'I' ':::11 i '.' of
'r I had seat the
A -iifs-
'" Aihn. no in
j ; Government
,,1 I't agency bringing about under
the ,
i : : .
fir-.1. I'.t! 'u.d ilni.'i'-i; dis.oluilit the
: : : riih. .
i ; i ', an 1 \ : fl -
p ij. \ Gr m' :1rS:. I\'y TWt'hc0'8; AdvcauircsKiri .. ,. ju-t l ll. snh.nv yr :111i! i rfo, thru"-; i tj'trJ ot lute Cabinet immediate view of its
; highest
S ", sx v..f' 1 k .j i a. j.t, .1'' I If In: va-: desirous ofi t functionary, and
Int.iwii'nt' 2. -.HtU! . ;1. o h r h f omo! ( ;: 1 -; I .ron' ; in
I iii- l.e :"j:iv j.; '- i '.i.' Mt'in"', the controver.-ic--, which hi'h his most confidential Iriend I is
Ilcau-T 37 1L.c L Lisle; t -h. was too) the
:Nd, "Lc (xnifrri' :, ( JLOlUifi d.,' ii.UVKLNS"- .V *T :ilt..foHr ftal-- ? ay.: no' io } OII want; I.: ., i.;; ,.i.tlh.oIl1d loilovv;! in the train of that i prominent and principal actor.

<. '>:IJ t ; vr. 'n.! I wi nut ,voak ( :, e-I' \ry soon alter my return from Georgia
; :
to infun'
T't'1 'IlNr'.Y l.I-tlfl-.1it I A\ 1. oigi
i"J "' .'.'. 'Ih&' l'CKuij.d, :UN .I'a.% \ : III'd: ; i .tll.!! -4' .t Hnvjkrr Pi ,." .' In .f wliPn
i!nIa'! : .i \ : : ) :' .1 r.: .. if) p'.i ;Ji--vvoi.itl j.tKr.h I fro :. th- tenor of !
I' n'- Ari '!I' .. ;: -. Fru e in 15401 '5 '1 :%..ailv: H.Jdl' '. hut) any {uramount nt my reiignat'.on -
:\ uu jlt. $yd! i .rt''i.: :in it
; ,
> iiif
: was
'fiekaiAkNA" 4- !HtI! Mjii the a.-fe-itamed
c io that I
-1 VJvrd: J Cakula-* I ',. .'1 iht 1 : ILdoir, : -L kc'r' ". .I : .' rc-tirei'icut ;from o1 ice ot I would not
t. i i :: :::, .' Jh.'ii -it.- .'.t.II."-.'I 1 ir.Ksj ',!' .' j j j pm in tlif to'
'.'., L''fc: H cir and j'J. -tli.tion, ,. : "r- u i:_ "j.j.'M:1-! : and. I iny-eii' ; I JIla: equally. attempt conceal: the real causes
r :'s An hmc: c. E,'; ilo!' : tLuw, l*: ( .!i.:. .I.tI i ,' < ',-r IlL; < iii t i'i J-i .riMi} "'C. I I I. ti1! 1t h' i"r; :, -'tlt r i ti; hin: hsniafU'1'1.,' :> 'ircd :::tt H('! .1!:,. rc-iii! Ins cotitirpied I;i 01" the! dissolution of the late Cabinet, the
< d.f 'l"j... Uin. l'ruwc 'Y. ;r 'r'. ,'r I!1 I t'te \'. !t' ". i.jg; c<>kvi.v! '!: .1to PlY (01 rt-
o : S : Q4: ; .r.rr, t. \ (: 4. j II'!t vl t!(;:t. 'I 1-: :" jii-t indignatioii nijvcii.t-nts of the cabal at thi- plnce:
would I
; be
r- ". ,0 nIt' .1 ] n.u.: .i" Life, 1 1'1 i.\ IV I 1 I...i t. :. I j )hi-.: '"'-no! i'fj'l/ -i.. "- :' E s-.t r, uitd: I'M- i j4 o j i I|'1"'. {'it"IIIJ\ ([.loiil-'itZK Hit ; directed i against me. I did not feel that it wero
1't:1" : :! 1 UcaJer. llr's Tmvcls, --. --- -- -. --- I! ;oci-j.-I i/r-'k I J cj t tiitsfs which led was
A.-"' r -..-r- :1. j 1'1.l Ry: ) :ji'i-hit I wish 4 tr. th.'it duly to ill
i ; Uh iiy enter to
Bt.. ', !.h.wrco: Vivinr. .ir| \-, ,- iaiY f-vcrit.: ::levur vcoi'.iancy; ; miiht an exposition ot'tht ,o
La.p. ... .' .r..u.ltlw..\'liouse:: ; n' rY N.;'tr..r.l..d..4.- 'f. I 1(: ", ab.t tjo! mmi---r ;ii4-l! t .ih- r'irii-jti. i i I II i .i-.-.t-rt in! rel.itiou; I1) the ight oi ti! ,.. Preidcntfrfise I' cau-es, mill I ai .tiied from doing so ; but I
:!, : :\ (.:I.:. TnlcsofTa 1 ":i-n, -- -, -: -, -- -- t .T vd v/i'h !h, r to a 11 ii-'oly I; l a:p ;'. .111!! ih:' poi"tsi' .I I t tr, .'\ his; own ai.soj'.te could! not con.-tnt to become
and a
.'0.1Sa:. r.i1'I"lln'. IVrry's se*'''Ili,1=e, rm/.ct' (:ou. l.' .1)). :\lthi lilY tt.-j.i; ;t (Iit'-ri..i' ; 'nut: I iiplfor: : : (,: rile text nrrd .ill I:. uucontrolicd I II effort which party to tho
\\ i iI!! in the selection: wa> made to
: .fij! conceal them
: : !i i3iiji
)h < -- L 'dc, Ku&ivcir Life oi JOHU.Cll.H la>t v. iuicr. md the slippery tri-it i I Wi.! c-f 'hi.! < ; al of his Ca b- -and
: diM/-u
-;; : six.; !
cl. I.H'.. \i. Hi;.:ory.Ltx \lin.rcI 1 Love, je .Ui Thm she 1; : .1t't: th.1H'i a'l !p.. qdc would: !; j by placing my own resignation; on the ground
) ..11 of ':1uIj'.huwiiUA! 'I k wo Lives, vcvl hy Patty Joan: no one v.oul.l suij. <'.t\f-.j a .d jitrnJi'il: : luot.i: I teli( VV.-HI; J .icco-itit- i-reco.tIi-c the prin.'atde! that the pr.icticiy i of the "; i.i"ont"s, mere will! I gave a dntinctnegative

t--s.' Cnjn. P')1Im1J.] : *' Voyage, of liiiiucriujatUT: the\ \oincn ':.''uin 1.1 ,< : i (" ill'-* iM.-t: -- j" ;t-ri.i t the 1 :,i. fcr( oiikc pouer to co)- j to the misr cntations
or to it i p'e that
t.J.1r.I but ;
G. ..(;!h'' < r;a:. History. The Pr ocsriuitMM To in curse and swear, arji); r i i Hit; H,1..j.-t'I.r.; .... s I i : a trust delegated -
; : : JIlt g'ttiug ihitoul I tiJ, by which had
by ben
li.iiu.'i ; >, to be uscL t fur the attempted to
.A l. t-'ioUUiifV, ;ajrain, the! uhulo feminine iioneler, yo : 1 1h ; }:M'to 'h'i! f.,'( i-5 fun !!, comuifiii delude the '
di-'grace, pu'-Sie. / t this
La.-L., 'ill. C lI'lT Curate, ':lIpit; not irnder: the! itiipuUc ol time Mr. Eaton
; A'l.. .. !'Clf-SUi! J f.dd. '1 he Ccrn..tjL t4. iv' 1.ikfl ii i'or( fjnntcti th:it I n.-v'r --!ht ; 1't I JW ing: .. *. '};.. of.T:t. al.SlJ-_ ::: .-t.;;j.und: still ie.- > 'f Ir'wthe.It personal: availing. him-'elf l of a publication! a

' AI. .nt l I.. 'Jnouuiar.AJaUof L ll'rl''I du mud I as look at CUP of th-no other-crnmcetimrthan" paper
.,'i.1t.LJjJ1illllT ;i..lh n's \\ O( but I r' '! moreover, that the true na-
) .l dJ, 1-Tnity. \\n* wi\'k"d-H] Dirn; i : ::- I SnUto look 11 that of
< ) !
: w. 1 t.iht..: t hiv, :I i I tire of lhiIraiKa'tion rt Subscriber! called me
L r'nIi'Js"'f)1! of Fa..hj'j1 I could be peremp
Jiibi'! lis.t! thrir eyes" says I, iJjin" tlh-ir '1 -he lead; ti!h-% '.V :y to ',f'd: un; j l tiu j'tuir. .tJ' Lucrt of article
;iar a'r\ nt' I(! :rcntiny: an iutnliirenl .
.t1'.t1 Cwiuuicniaries. I 11''lalcs, torment and darn tli, ir heart, ati'l, d iru ) 'ed lip IIJ. .hlH sane) ::< ck'isgtf .!n 'nw! immodiaM People. i in that paper, which asserted that !
; of my family
Malf" 1..t\MlUli14.! Cru-4iccrs! to dnrnntion.: I took an olitlu and JS.illy an.11 left flt.twtJ.1 community tVa-hirigton- had refused
: '; ere si-'iinir j:: a th to associate v ith hi It
member.- $
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both Houses! I wa not
Jones'i ,
.i I' of
4'S:, :,tn Adventures; that I if I rncJul-: 1 I I lid J. Congress; ,
!1'I': ( .5&'ro. ]1U.Jt1. Ue311 or any; ( part: hone: -t measure. I or f f< .ir of gdli:1; :ig i and private citizens: from \Hiou. of the II;. thft mere publicui.on, it was the a//i/ni.;./,

t. '..k l1Jcctu.c&\m- ) UU1 ; (.Ltit1,, \\ ttla tlwm again, (in the :pzrki .; nnel ) tn'i2ueiie!
:.., Ic'n.tia; t,, I nii'jht: ho up and riioaicod.: : j I i: :'am of talk.! I told all! the; p :ricui; u i i > !I I', th' tune! of the org: !iization ol" that Ca,! from[ j:;s NiiiTi"-irn.!/ abrupt: (uith-iut; any reference to

r, ,'sin's V.r 1.'!. \1b HI'i.: _H'nrncj', I hutrtli oil"from wonn-ii, :111,1] : 'i a' ,c.ut .the ".vratifr! that!! v.s pa.-t, and ;il ti, i' do-.\ n io t tho period of l :t- -.1 i'tiru.! E'S.'i' IS Kibics, inn i I' to a iiiec1a. I lUll. .' chock full I ol' ,/ : mad : seen ]i
; '
: ;; -oin pretty cut: ju :st--, at it'' h clearly to irdicate what was to foliov.JJve
1 I : ( nr.J to a\vacn!
:" ik1tuii.! H,i .i.rze. i :: ; ) a -pint of inquiry, which''I I! -
all >iliJillr' in their Snt.duy clothe and !: tuhL to hu in 1'ultir.i at fir.t I !I willunderstand
V ,I'-y b Ciix-tk Grammar.l 1'.Lt.oi:1111. :t gvi a hit t'b j would naturally extend to the rv man on reading that note,

.,." \': :,.....,'vU, f1it-e- is lik- t-yyearing: off fr<:ni liquor !j'!I up \'. ilh my: chair, at every full stop -t thru j i \' hile however, i held elf people bound at to large an-i j i that Mr. J.iton: had determined to call me to

1' I. 'j utam(2t. H.iJi: J H.1ita, in! into a gro shop. Ji's all tnn'e. growing saucy, I repeated& ;t at every coat;zit: 'I vcr call for mj" I'the ti..Ir.! ; the event of my avowal of the
any pioj.-er : I ''i
a nil: LU&ClIu. ,
7. -, ,'I", ."" .J un',1iUll.Lv Intt'fUi1C1, Itt: for, and] kopt, iirm to my. oath, PJI: !: IflI!: semi-f-olon, and I I :it last! it was littrh.__ --T -hifch.--- --T : iroat t anxious to avoid, intrusion the pub-\ al" I tatcn:( nt of which I I he complained. Vhatother .

hole tJndaJs fclrehuou"- afternoons ,i I Itt hitch, ;and I pl-intod myself the aJe of her. upon could have
I I .vJ.X'ii-.v So L>u. a u'CEJcIc, bv l'i :.I he, and) equally determined: to shun far purpose inti'icud: such a de-
I. ...' ...1'I i"era.! V\ tUlf \. ndi,. it! misions compl-tc. On the IOU) iii I 41 I swor, Sully, you lo'hcdo( plsunovban ja jut self-respect would: as as ; rm ud, clothed in Mich; tr nu ? I certainly'
( k..'.. ...e OU2r, Ut(kv by the JHIi uere stronji symptoms of a rhanjc of j: :isoiuo to-I 1\', that I wanted: t'> eat von !: eontrovMMus which inilit permit, any of the understood; it, and hired the :IIrpri-e of oth-

1 '- ." ?:i.. \-Md.\< .&: Ainu UIO.r<4 ( 1t'l'lctu ft\'jau (,,uy, vI. .\ ch: ::'. ahunt Ii:)' .,izo was :e(:n j I up/5 lV !hi'v: git aloig; yon," inyshe.t *.- I. \\ m-i: :.hriliH.. from 'the grow justly t: out of it. j I I: ers, on rejiding in the conciliatory reply, which

r L. .' to (the meeting! hoiiso, with! a new j \ly hard: had al. sonu-htr.v apprphondcd he thought I
.lI.l? i/k! l"fAt'inz; .'hj 'tAU. 'C: jf a hJu=: way crept }tig upon its iiidiunalioii of the American People! it :. proper to address to m ', m answer
t L'-j: iHy- Int oi his li"ul hiuiii L.the ('aro on fii2rs! and begun to ric wa- j i to avowal of
S t' r% ;i scrape quiiitince: ) ; I rc.-olved! to put: the dofence of this I. my the orlen <-tatemeiit, a.
L ,
1 j 1 I i.-s: u jjit.jy: A IUMV aii institution*, collar. his; cravat Ind a pudding! in it ',I with hers ; >he sent it home again vuli a elesporat .1 I the bold and reckle-s measure i i; distinct waiver of his original deman-f.:

1 --I '..1:. .4.11..l'w\, u-..', >..:. The.11 J l._l'hU"f a'': -, I hraiu lic-d out in front jut i a iiotie! i I'J\\ i I I (! jerk.I Try it again; no better' I hi:-k I ; upon which were notorious in this; denial of facts and, I!: This correspondence is before the public:: ;

.. lAi'J Jt.'i. }J4.r.L"lc ti,.itry, I Ho 1 (';tEIIZ d :i StUigilt hu 1 k: and >tifui(} \(- I k, ., '* \\ IIv I>j ii-s i Junes )'OU'f gc'ttii", ; optropoldii : j beyond it-when the otiicial community of thcfov1 !: but a moment's corisideratioa: of it, will v rvt U

f I \1 1.TLca', Hf'lWI ic: 1Jl. h:", I 4 tught1 \\ lien ho hus} his :.(.:t :!' ; b a !little ol-i) maddiih( I I-iir--?.' 'llat-.ds I ( 1! crnmenl, paper j show, thIt; the object of thij rude and
.' .. profes.-ing) to act by the authority! Pt'i
I .1'',1"1't ul.ii; r-it, i'iciioii3ry"v"Lu of' f i"( ilt' Jackson, and L ('V( ry time he spit( he s-prnng his bt I.: oil is fair play Mr.1 J Uecdle.' U \is a good 1 ih' President, had avouched emptor.. demand, was to deter me from ai *\- i

:. :>> : I i: iJ"'u"n:1rr.: : L'A l.al11..t"rh"ua to .,JJoc ,]J., \\\nJ; ] like! a jiek: l knife, in order to thoot sign to find( a girl sulky. I know where the i sanction to :1 statement winch my I name knew to lobe give j posurc of the truth ; and that even, according: I

t *' ', l u *iu C iii't Lf.-ay, of his 1"II111ts.S'llJilc ( I shoe pinched( ; it was are PattI I Jean busiucsft ; imlrue, I felt myself called considerations I: to the notions of what the v.orld calls honl r,

V *II.)'. I ii i t..XlJ. :j :Uuts- r'* ij.r': MiriryLr-r- Jones'! pew is next) hut,0! to : ; so I IH'Ut) to work to per-'iiade her : which no honorable upon man could by disregard the failure of Mr. Eaton to prosecute it Mica .

f"f.! ::ii<*.' :\;:\'fl.i\Ls. t MaiJt u-<
.ltL, ,.. .:t, rr C<..K <.tt, I p'-( jYlrian Or.trolf I I coat tail in my arm, and turn mbl.ek i and to prove it I fell to tunning her down I at truth. In I the performance of this unwelcome i he complained, took from him all shadov/ of

*:, -;-'. extra, .U .l l'U. ), t minUtcr I natnruliy looked straight at : I a, rate. Sally could! not help chiming fut1 limited myself to a narritive of the l right, thcrcu rr, to urge any claim upon m.

S tip! hllM un tt.c TrinIty, I .r r(1flS. Now, Sully has got a f luce not I j I I i in with me, and 1 rather guess Mu-s Patty &;ut: f3.cti.IJlch had been drawn into {iy; making thi- demand, he asserted that !,i13

"' AVV0'** lllw-k's 'A'heuluL'Jcal DcnYf'J {g Iimnod i at in a fog. Indeed I as regards I I fered a few. and brief controversy, statement was oltensi'. e to him. by the m'-5i-
a vindication
( jks.ljf! of Ill conduct t
extra, ti.-muy, ) own .
;\. \IJ: riln rt'Proanas, ome folks thirJIhc can pull an ( \'' i now not omy got )Mold ol her hand: without in those |articular.-: in which it had been ar- i ner in. which he received- .. '*_.
Ii T' v''''.irk'*, 1f cXi r.. Cal ; -t.f1"J., :, with Patty Bean. For my part 1 think : (ipO .ition, but managed to 1p, an arm I I raigned. I knew to wlril: 1 subjected imsclf, truth, he manifested his disposition t.) submit f
|I''S i : do do LuiUi'h i is not much Loot between them. to what he had thus
.ioins about her 'lItt. JJut there wuno thl of : treated as an a irc"si'1'1
:;(", "_ '' .1. r>:'tatif'inn' hy : lt t neces=a 'y "cli- cfcnce. _\b- J
% : oj U ) CiaiKeV:: Discmw, they arc so nigh matched, that they me ; so I must go to poking oit my lips f for a :clved l"y the limited range of my otficial duties upon his feelings, without having received any
f"- ss- I"-vi""s'elh' and each olhei like' rank .. I atonement for it. ,
\ ih I .'..I ;,0 .tt, despised : 'I iiu l ; guess I rued it, she ftrtciu-d me a uoiii particip.ition m mo>tof the exciting J

J\j,. rrus;:!( 7jl 1 'f,H; 'f'r"do ii) er since they were school gal?'. ship: on the t fioo; that made me sue >tars and; occurrences of the day-standing aloof from But the nature of the offence of which ?;r. Ii

I: '111': -i.A 'VP.H,' Jinu\/;/ squire Jones had got the evening I my ears rung like a bras kettle for a jtiartrr the intrigues; whi-b were represented to exist, Eaton complained, will still more eondu.y ;.-"' tv
} IMA! jl'r ,J and -et himself down to rcadh.g the of t an hour. 1 forced 1 ,
was to laugh at the! joke, and that this
motive wa.s
ul* a UH ats. FaunJy.u having no to misrepresent the prove an empty roenocc, c..iceived :-
J.. :,! ,\r. a ,dl 53. gilt, extra ble, \\hon be heard a tap at tiic dour, : though but the wrong sido i of my mouth.I .- I' ruth, it wa. ti.rc-ccn, and such has been the in the vain hope of deterring me fr'..i It" .i' P.t'ktt U t.ln' tlu j in-' uell John how d'yt-do ? get out I I which; gave: my t face something the appcaiaucc r result that this statement would receive the exposing the real' natrire of the trailas.j,

: ) h, 'il'j':1tor.T. AnJ' tTl'I.i\'tt.! woiks, Jlrt'tty'I I thank ye, squire[ and of'a gridiron. confidence (,'t a just and intelligent community. which wa then engaging the public attpr. n. -

J\1 uft'ay'\1 at. Mcd. ye do ?' why so as to be ciaulin.' The btttl: (* now !began: the The The statement in thc ,. !
.Jt GE tegular \:" -- I consequences; were obvious even to Telegraph waii thai
1 0} 1!! :, i! lXJJ- !15-'i<>'_'U Ls', kr,\Sh tain(! II ':, :.MIINTf.'i. !I; I beast, will ye hold yer yap-haul J up Ah Sally; gi\o me a J\i.s and be done with it i those who relied"most implicitly on the personal (limily had refused to associate with hihen -.itiy- r
'V IJiJl(1in
,.,..,', ::1 ; oVVr] : ray.rLwkor*' IIU extra:>,v," "j ill l be!;, chair and sit (down lit.w do yo do now l ;' '1 won't, so there let me alone.' '1'111 popularity of the Presi ent. What then \\' in answer to his'demand, I avo\\ eli fl.n: :

1\\\.1 to f'A',S ftl lllc 1>&u .l'bt.1l1t: KpiMowl Press in; I Jones ? Ohini,.dli.i, how's your : take whether or 110.rIlJ at it I went roughand !' was to be done ? In its essential facts, the truth of that statement, my offence, con isfil

4f1. _AL>4 '._3jjf) ( ) I Don't forget the mat there, Mr. tumble ; an odd destruction] of st.irch commenced :. statement was beyond the reach of controversy. i in the simple assertion of this fart.ra> M..5 t
Tnw.lsnl ten |P f's tir tine cent. i iIIU' 'J l hi. ill mind that 1 had been otl' .
'j'W (-f the U. put tni- The bow of'my cravat was squat tIp. It was only the more confirmed by every a ground, on which to call a man to mortal ,

K l.uUloll' iJ'Jlu.! (diCHa1LT.S Mnrv HI.lIk(Il JItC.".1.( fl 0 of Scotts.uly ings H n'raf| times in the Iou; muddy l in haifa shake-at the next bout smash went ctlbrt' to contradict it. An impotent attempt combat ? I had a perfect right to refuse t'uts .

). V hIlItS'ade) dl) di HI'/'II' B"tlk, ai.d III) lJoJtrl,Wlrc in a sweet' pickle.It shirt collar, and at the same, time some of the was made to repr.c.5ent the transactions which association. lU r. Eaton admits it. I OiU'rcdtio- ..

Zlarp..rI MrUnJ" JIurn..I: was now old captain Jonos' h,%ad !fustuiings give: way, and broke loose, it detailed, as unimportant, insignificant, unworthy violence to his feelings by avowing that I b:1I1 ,;

? J \,.1. Lihary, H.IY H".k, grandfather 'Injng roused from a doze, I eanying away (talL'a dozen c'ombs-onc dig the attention of the American People. done so, as the terms of his reply very clcirly : '

KV tI.t',. J-S .Ae("-'4J cnlla'I's.F"r., t-\c- bustle and racket, he opened both h p of tally's elbow, and my blooming ruffles Such an effort to pervert the moral sense of l prove. Why then was the demand rnnsle lIt

L'!"lIJf1.! .-.Cjt,I h.xn, Xot, l.3l; a.Ii 1'31 t at first \\ itl1 \ lnd, r and n.tIJuiJullclIl ; melted down to a dih cloth. Hut she had no I buch a people, could not succeed. The sacredness was an idle biavado, the object of n bit h

ahltOXV (;flUlol'C'i 3.LIitJr, Lilly, f.r. J 131 J, he begun to hollow so loud, taL you L time to boast, soon her nock tackling began I of social intercourse the sanctity was to obtain such an answer, as miirht ie

(3t: !::'' 1,'':" '11, l'"h:1ntll'l' do hoar him H mile ; for ht; takes it for I to shiver, it parted at the throat, and, \horah, of the domestic fireside, had been rudely assailed perverted to his purposes, and in every V cat

1 R'.]:. \tt'IIIl! The llyariiith I Grm! ,, du do tI/.t every bojy is just exactly us deaf i came a whole'school of blue and white bea.dsacampenng and they could not deem lightly of a to admonish me, that he was armed and in t'-ie

:tlJrlfJ'.JIIr"itl'hnaft f The Cavk,
J I''rl'SS Ii rr clf thc BilM, AlInntieS4.LIIrfor, 1827 Mrs. Jones going 0 close to his car, [ the floor. Iiy the hokey, if Sally Jones is'nt L The alternative was to siU/ice the witness r of this salutary caution. '.

ell D )'' Jj,"md c4l) Ht'"j'/fis Gt"e'r":4lh' Albums'A, Ht., '30' nud '31, out, iL'. Johnny liecdle.' lie, Johm. real grit, there is no snakes. She fought fair, to dtslroy Iht effect oj hu testimony by assailing This first attempt was a manifest failure.-

,af'(J.I ri.s ..n A fri .I: l lll>i.d, nurroceo1indii'iiiji j>Ia'es, enil dlc I remember was one summer at L however, 1 must own, and neither tried to bite his reputation. To accomplish this, a series An opportunity had been afforded to Mr. La-

LaIf1te.'h'a1ry.l1lltl SetJportt, A variety of Knsravings.ig of Dos tOil.' \ 0 father, bless your : or to scratch-and when she could fight no of measures having the same end in view, ton, to out his so far I.13

the Cru&-d..!. Literary Souvenir, '29, '30 that was his, grandfather that has longer for want of breath, she yielded hand have been steadily pursued towards me. I the object carry of them. purposes Whether it as f.'

e eraI /X 1L Afk r v a and gone these txenly year" Ifo sOI11 .. Her arms fell down by her side, her have seen the object of a system of bullying, faltering spirit, or from his own conviction,aro>e cm of a

an.A quahuf'1i.sortmcnL if STATIONARY, at prices where did he'come from ?' Down head back over her( chair, her eyes closed, and: and vituperation alike impotent in relation to the absurdity of. his demand he did not avail

co rfut OC1W: ,to 1l0 S 4it p. I purc habet" and Lemr.n Ho what does ho follow for a livm I1 there lay her little plump mouth all in the oir.- myself, and disgraceful to the immedtate ac himself of it. The fact that, such

'st1, Il1perfincPJJ ill, dc apcr do;;.Extra-PJnk Vellum fine jilt, quarto did not stop] asking questions' after L Lord J did you ever see a hawk pounce upon a tors, and to those who having the power, have pondence.existedr became, own.tQ.a corres-the

ty rulrd at 2.B 1j f? .med ;-Ccinmoi Utter Paper: quarto, rri III till all the particulars of tho Beedle young robin-a bumble bee upon a clover top 1 not interposed to repress it. ptib'lie, and they were not'slow in' expreseing

cents per quire;-Superfi.ue"Cllwn post;;T I were published oud proclaimed in Mrs. -I say nothing* [ Ketiring from a resojioible station in tho their. ,YMW .of it. jtbacame cecejudaj-- crt-


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&re to Mr. Eaton, to-mate sit effort to 'retrieve imperative obligation to abstain from malting, of the reports which were in circulation fa 1 for the mere net of vindicating ittvsclf, by a branch and himself in
his affairs,41 and certain expressions inlay his call at such a moment, still the assurance relation to your family, and that for this cause ': simple narrative of facts,. cxcludiug all superfluous office. I had no agency in producing t tl bat tn1. .
former address were seized upon for this which teas offered him, was one which a brave I had hesitated to take a place in it, and had commentary. These things have terview, and was not, 1 think, advis that'll*
It is this correspondence, which he man seeking ho arable combat could not hare finally acquiesced, under a belief that! this been notorious. Ever since June last, this was contemplated, until a very short time :'l
has eventuated in a determination on re/used. The refusal to accept it, was there- evil would be speedily removed. I state .the community has been repeatedly agitated by fore the parties met.: I was gratified b ter.
whichhe which have taken thus rumors of intended conflicts. No man has mination of it, which did not interrupt
part to shrink from responsibility, and it is fore a palpable evasion of the combat, ground you distinctly t
my that determination, imputed to me in utter affected to invite. not for the purpose of discussing it with you, been able to close his cars against them. The official intercourse of those Concern;
disregard of truth which has called forth the Tho spirit which was manifested by the but that "the American People," to whom you public newspapers from all parts of the union I believe nobody thought, for myself I CCNgiven '
ribaldry which embellishes his appeal to the mere fact: of making this demand, under such refer as arbiters of the propriety of your con- have brought them back to us, and there is no tamly did not, that any explanation which
public. That public shall have an opportunity : circumstances, was 'calculated,JtogBvcr, to duct, may be. enabled at once to see the prin- one who is either so elevated or so humblebut there, was calculated to remove feel Was.
to decide for themselves, on* full view of' produce feelings which I could nrjJ &Tflie mo- ciple on which you rest your claim to demand that have reached and. penetrated his inns of personal hostility, if any such exis t.
the transaction, which Mr. Eaton has misrepresented mcnt repress. Connecting it wi "'the jepeat- satisfaction from me, and having done this, dwelling. iFor this disturbance of the quiet ed. The expression of such a feelinc as t f is ascribed
.I' whether he has any legitimate claim ed attacks 01 government press, IU-fin it a will proceed to explain to you why I will not of the community-this degradation of the to me, would thereforo have been ute- ):
to the triumph of which he boasts-whether ruthless determination to sacrifice n>Y honor now reply to it. national character, a solemn responsibilityrests terly inconsistant with the occasion. I advert
on the contrary he has not presented to them or mvlifc. I looked beyond immediate object You took an early occasion after my returnto somewhere. Whatever the delusion of to this subject, however, for the f
I. a statement wholly devoid of truth, in relation in this transaction, and was resolved to disappoint : this place to make the demand which gave the moment, the time will come, and that pose of stating thc strong impression vvS"
to a transaction, in which his conduct has the hopes of its contrivers. In the vindication rise to our correspondence.: That wasa speedily, when the American people will enforce rests upon my mind, last there fe i a mistake ;
(f been distinguished: by every thing rather than of truth and my own honor. I felt demand, for the avowal or disavowal of a I it.! And who has been the principal actor to the time of its occurrence, notw nhstand.a
its chivauy.Mr. : that 1 had the power to do so ; and pressedby statement, that my family had refused to as- in these scenes, in each case, the movingcause ing the abduction of Mr. Branch's letter.
fJJ Eaton's second demand upon me was an unseen' hand, I thought;: that the moment :sockite: with yours. I met this by the avowal of this disturbance: ? An individual kept no note of this transaction, and canrJ '
founded certain expressiois in my formor had arrived when it Iud 1.ecomo necessary to which you called for ; stated the occasion on enjoying the confidence of the chief magistrate therefore speak with positiveneo* ; bat
'- :address.) upon The alleged offeice consisted i: exert it. The question to he decided was, I which I had given this refusal and the deter- : in habits of daily and intimate inter- belief is that which I have stated. m Ir.*
r,. I i iu thou statement that "thc annunciation: of the wh'.ther a .system of lavvlcs violence should mination which I had expressed to leave the course with him. And by whom have these Branch will, I presume, put this matter
u z: r lift-iuf of the intended cabinet, Denied to me prevail unchecked at the scat of the national cabinet, rather than to yield it. I held myself : calumnies been uttered Who is it that has true footing. en its
cnt un' insuperable bar" Io my accep- government, in the t face of the American People ready at that time to answer any just demand endeavored with an activity which has ne'crto Mr. Eaton has made a labored effort to '
topje tapf =of office-that I thought, I foresaw ? It was: m}' misfortune to he tilled to which you .vfaould make upon me, founded slumbered! f fan the flame of discord These tribute the dissolution of the hie cabinet at. ..
with such and under this refusal, or the avowal of it. You have been the labors of a which is the of the to
c1pu1y 1 the evils which have too))bviously resulted test that question a. man upon press necessarily intrigues partisans of Mr.' Calhoun
from this selecti!> "-nncj t that my ultiuiitc -. :uch circumstances: nut ir was not my fault.I made none. On the contrary, after having under his control. Who doubts that rather than to the feeling which had been '
u 4 determination to enter the {'cabinet, was sent accordingly fora e('elltl.! man in whom I my answer four days in your possession-after = this reiterated calumny, this continued menace by the attempt to control the social inter excited -
fo-mded on the beli(.fthat. the Piwdent would had confidence, and communicated to him this having; as you tell me, given to it **a full violence, mi::ht have; been checked by a course of Washington. That effort i is vain
1 I .'s3)eeditsee and correct the evil." Assuming 'view of the course which it became necessary and calm consideration you replied to it in word ? Who will question that he power to The public judgment on that subject is: believed ,
that the objection hero referred to applied for mo to pursue. His n IlHlu.,tranle-:; against the spirit of peace, and I terminated the correpondc.nce -_ do so, involved the obligation to exert it.' Else to be irrevocably fixed. However, under .
exclusively to him. el:* anUo the rcla- it were instant and decided. After a by a note, written in the same what are government, laws, and the duties the influence of various motives, men
ti'jus of his family to the eommimtv in which l fice conversation on'' the subject, it was agreed spiritt'p to that period your claims upon !! which belong to the civil magistracy ( Whereis I differ as to thc character of the act, may :f
1 h" lived, \\hil' neither warranted by the to refer Mr. Kiitou's note,. confidentially( 4o me were, then at an end. Since that time, that high and ennobling feeling which does the vast majority of the American people among,
lai; rua re of the address, nor consistent i withth"fac7 certain gentlemen who were mentioned, together the letter of Col. Johnson, the misrepresentations not permit its possessor to resort dishonorable there are f few, I believe, who doubt that
: Mr. Eaton thought himself author- with my own view of the matter, and ; of a paper published under the eye of !i means himself nor to, counsel or coun- colleagues and myself might have retainedour my
make wuh the whether I could with the President, and finally a statement in relation tenance them in those whose
i!-,eil, without lunher inquiry to an instant it question propriety conduct he has places in the cabinet, if, consistently with
dep and of ati action. So absurd a accept his call.: They answered, stating to myself personally, have compelled me either the legal or the moral power to control! our sense of propriety, we could have, ,taken
pretension putjorth by any man and even for that they had carefully pi-rused, my note, to appeal to the public. That appeal is now I dismiss with these remarks so much of a different view of that, subject.
the the first time, might;: have been promptly Mr. J.aton's. and the communication referred pending. It places me in a new position, and Mr. Eaton's pamphlet as relates to the second The charge that I was at any time the i
rebelled bv a simple denial of the ught to t'+ b)' him, (my former aldless,) and then added imposes upon me new duties. Under the alleged ', correspondence between us. In the of Mr. Calhoun, i is utterly destitute partisan of
make it. If I believed that the relations of "we cannot perceive any just c.uise; for athority of the President of the United spirit of a determination to misrepresent every foundation. Mr. Eaton cannot impute to ,
3Mr. Eaton's family tothf community of Washington the call now made on you and under any States, an issue has been tendered to me, the i thing connected with this subject, he imputes any act or expression which will give the slightest me
vould I be productive of cmbarrass- circumstances: it is our decided lIpi ion, that decision of which is vitally important' to my to me the violation of a personal intimacy :. countenance to thin assertion. In tho
in;;nt, I had an unquestionable right to allow in the present! state of the cMill-overly, in own character and to tho public interest. It i which he says existed before; the or- contest of 1S25, my wishes were openly avowed -
this consideration to have its proper influence which } ou arc engaged (before the public, you is at such a moment, and under such circumstances ganization of the cabinet, and the fact of I and acted upon, in favor of l\Ir. ,
upon my conduct. If called upon to state couM not with any propriety accept his invi- that your demand is presented to me. having contributed to give currency to the Crawford. The earliest measures of the administration -
tim motives to that conduct, I had manifest t tn tation." If I had had the slii'htest,! disposition The American People, to whom you appeal, reports against the character of Mrs. Eaton. which then came into ,
,, a'oid1: Eaton's resentment, hero will not fail to perceive: and! to note, both the lie adds that the ; power
right to.O: it. I am quite sure, on reflection to r. as partisan of Mr. Calhoun and more especially in relation to1the interestsof
that public opinion would not have was an ample opportunity of doing so. Here time and the circumstances under which it is I had fomented the divisions of the Georgia placed me in the opposition to
tolerated the acceptance of a call so utterly were gentlemen who were impar'ial on this made. My answer i is, that- I have higher duties cabinet and become party to an intrigue, : that: administration, and I remained there during -
groundless! whatever the circumstances under question ; men whose courage: whose high to pel form both to myself and-to the coun- which had for its object his expulson from it. the contest which succeed. I entered the
which it was made. sense; of honor, whose general standing in try, than any which your demand, even conceding Each of these charges: is wholly destitute:: of I cabinet in 1S29, as the political friend of
But Mr. Eaton had another difficulty to sucieiy e&titlcd them to be heard ii a matter it to be rightful, ((011 winch subject I ex- t foundation. Indeed the pamphlet presents a. General Jackson, with every disposition to
contend with. lIe had already made and of this sort, and who had given a prompt and press no opinion.{, ) can impose. I will not be case so entirely fictions that those who hive fulfil the duties, which that relation prescribed
',:* waived a demand for an ollencc, \vlr.rhifit; decided negative to his:: demand. Looking to diverted from the fulfilment of these duties. been conversant with the transactions as they'. but with no claims upon him as an indi-
was one, certainly included this.: Surely, it tho auHature, of that demand, it could When! that purpose shall have been accomplished occurred, can ,discern no resemblance to vidual, and without believing. that I had incurred -
it was offensive to speak of the relations 01 not be doubted that >his opinion would be I will attend to your demand, with a them in this statement and they will, perhaps any obligations! as such, from the fact of .
bis ;family to the community of 't'\.a' -hiugton, confirmed by the deliberate judgment of the disposition promptly to repair any wrong which he embarrassed in deteimining to whom to having been called there. These duties,
as .1:: evil, vhu'h was likely to embarrass the public; and that I :should have been fully justified I may have iullic tcd. 1 am, sir, your ob't award the credit of exercising that degree of however in the view which I took of them,
o.i.-.atiuns; of the cabinet, it was much more in giving ti it an unqualified refusal. 1 serv'i, imaginative power which was necessary to independently of all other considerations: p
BO to declare that !urh had been my own view did not, however, refuse Mr. Eaton's call. I JXO. MACPIIERSOX BLRIUEX. have conceived it. were sufficient to preclude me from being the
of the subject, that that I had refused to permit erred: perhaps, in not doing so ; but it is not To John II. Eaton, Esq. I never was on terms of intimate friendshipwith partisan of any man. On the contrary I
my family to associate with his-and that the en or which he imputes( to me. I did not This letter, which was delivered to a friendof Mr. .f!atol1. This declaration is alike endeavoured uniformly to inculcate the propriety -
I had declared my determination to retire return "an argumentative labored reply to a Mr Eaton, (who, in consequence of Gen. due to myself and to those with whom I have of abstaining from all agitation of the
from office, rather than to submit to such a plain and simple demand." Putting.out! of Hunter's indisposition, had been selected to the good fortune to stand in that relation. I question, who should be the successor of general -
requisition. Yet to this declaration, Mr. Ea- that controversy certain matters which he had represent him,) that friend refused to receive, have already said that I attended his wedding. Jackson. This exposition of my parti-:
ton previously: submitted, and after con- unnecessarily introduced into it, I referred and return to the bearer of it, who, as the I did so upon an appeal made to me, as a cular views would be entirely unimportant to
sidming for several days had withdrawn the him to our former corre.-.po.: deuce and its result public will have seen, was! ignorant of its member of the senate-as a political, not asa the public, and would not have been presented
peremptory demand, which he had made: upon ; to my actual relation to the public, and contents. I considered this as decisive evidence private friend. Circumstances soon disclo- to their notice, if a contrar} course had
me in June last', with an cxpiession of his the duty which it imposed upon me; and exercising of Mr. Eaton's disposition: to evade sed to me the inferences which would probably not been untruly) imputed to me for the pur-
pi unification at this re.sult of that corn>ju n- a I light which belonged: to me, under the contest which he professed to seek. If ) be dra'.+ n from this occurrence, and I li- pose of concealing from them the real causes
: donee.: Wa:; I bound thus to await the ebb any circumstances: and which that relation he had been sincere in making this demand, mited myself thereafter to a civil intercoursewith : of the dissolution of the late cabinet.It .
auf rllJo\ of his resentments, or of bi* disposition { imperiously called upon me to exert, I informed an opportunity was thus offered to bun of Mr. Eaton, when we met. I was iv tin is next imputed to me, as an act. of ingratitude -
to indulge them to conform '!'ms tlf tithe him that as soo as thai duly wasjulfilled/ I j! gratifying; his resentment. A short time would the habit of visiting him, either before or to a *l friend and benefactor," that
!fit-in humors of a man whose purposes' 1 U'onld ntlctid la his deni'tnd, with a d'Sjiosilionprfiiiinlly ; i{l suffice to release: me fiom m) existing enI alter his man iage.; Still I had no hostility 1 omitted to communicate to general Jacksonmy
c we.p thus; absurd and vacillating ? i Jo not to repair nntj! wrong which 1 hud injlictcd. | garments to the public, and then he would towards him, and in looking to the circum- objection! to the selection of his cabinet. to say, that I would regul.itcniy; conduct That answer, with tin; note of Mr.Katun's 'I have been authorised to renew his claim. By stances .so often adverted to.ill this controversy The indignant feeling which such a charge ,
bv tii' requisitions of any arbitrary code of friend, which ein'1. sod it, is, however I the refusal to receive my letter, he nccessarij : whether before, or at the time of his introduction '. would be otherwise calculated to excite, is
honor, when these conflicted vv.'th: m}' own I now submitted, to the public. j i Ily closed all communication between us, un- into the cabinet, I certainly indul- repressed by its absurdity. It is due to Gen.
srisc of propriety I ; but 1 assert .vithout fea .VTr. Btrricn''s nute to G.- ,. .lli.ntn; enclosing his ansictr less the object of such communication i had ged no such, ftelin;. I have before said, and Jackson also to state my entire conviction thatit
o; oniradiction, that \ according to flu, to .>//. Lit on. 29 1S" been as preliminary to t further proceedings, to now repeat, that my conduct while there, has received no countenance from him-
ll'ai'nnz'.on' 1.Sm 1.
maxim. of that code, to which ho had appeal -The difficulty of meeting w th retrace that step, and to apologise for it.- was studiously regulated: to avoid offence. I that in this instance at least, Mr. Eaton has
Cu', ''1:. Eaton:: had forfeited all claim: to cal hero who i-. unconnected. with the any- Without this, any subsequent demand by l\1r. could not gratify the too obvious wish of the drawn at short sight, and upon his own r*>-
Ut", ,a me, by his previous submission to tin person and viho.n I can ask: to be the bl government ar- j Eaton was me ely idle. When it was made, president in this matter. I thought any inter- resourccs. I have already said and it' snow
vhi h he had treated as an offence and for er of the enclosed letter, induces mo to commit : ;having previously obtained the friendly offices ference on his part, unfortunate for himself! suffi -iently manifest to tbeI I jTulf.c, that
which he had received no atonement. it to i Mr. Echols, one of family. Considerations .I of General! Jones in this matter, I instructedhim ; and for the country ; but I did not seek to inflame these objections, so far as Mr. Eaton: was
The time selected by :Mr. Katon: for makingthis : of a domestic nature my hair.- to say :for me, that I could hoW no further the feeling which was excited by the indiscreet concerned, were not merely communicated,
second demand coupled with the refusal me from communicating to him prevented its con- communication with Mr. J' aton, who must attempt to control the society of bt strongly, and yet vainly, urged upon the
to jeiTive the answer, whit \vas transmitted thereafter pursue his own course. He had Washington president by his own personal friends. I had
tp.nt I assure myself, however of its! proper
to !hiinfurnUL l however, thn most: conclusiveevidence delivery, by placing it under cover to refused to accept satisfaction on tho only A single fact, known to be so, by those a- no claim to that relation, and such a commit
of the real in which that call ; your terms which I could offer it and I left himto whom
1 I
spirit address, and instructing Mr.: Echols to deliver on mong write, furnishes a decisive answer ni ation on my part would therefore: have been
wasnude ; and prove, whatever might haveb the package only to f. I am respectfully seek it any manner which mi_. ht be more to the allegation of a combination in the I merely nugatory. I could have no hope of
,'cn the hopes of those who had counselled { sir, obedient yourse servant, agreeable to him. lie has selected his mode, cabinet, to exclude Mrs. Eaton from society.It changing the cast of the cabinet when .those
01 countenanced this proceeding, that, with JNi MACPUEKSON your IJEKRIEN. by his appeal to the public, and must now is, that the question of exclusion as it related who were both the political[ and personal
him it was a mere br. vidu.: The wrong of] To Gen. Alexander Hunter.Jlr. abide the result. I think, then,'it is obvious to the society Washington generally, friends of the president had made the efibr
which Mr. Eaton complained in his note of Btrrien's answer to Jlaj. Eaton's challtnt e. that this idle bravado\ twice displayed, without was settled before Mr. Eaton came into of and failed. The only question for me to decide
the 17th June, was avowed and uuatoncd for.In W-ashington July 29, 1831. even a plausible pretence, has in each case fice. His marriage occurred in January, and was, whether, constituted as it was, it
this posture of things he waited until my SIR-Your note of yesterday's date was eventuated in the disgrace of its authors, and during that and the succeeding,! month this was my duty to accept the office which was
appeal to the public had placed me in a situation delivered to me by Gen.: Hunter: the palpable discomfiture of its more immediate question had been tried and determined, by tendered to me, and I have stated, in my
which, until I could disengage!: myself, I will waive at this time any observationson agent. :From me, Mr. :Eaton has received those to whom it belonged, the community in former address, upon what advice, and under
Would necessarily prevent me from turning the language and style of that note, or no wrong. Although I cannot admit; which he lived. Any movement on the part the influence of what motives. I had determined
aside to answer any minor claim. Under the upon any statement not necessarily connectedwith the existence of that intimacy, which it accords of those who composed the cabinet on that to do so.
all'-ued authority of' the President of the U. your present demand, which it contains. with his present purposes to assert, stillI subject, could only therefore have for its object I The suggestion which we are considering
States an issue hal: been tendered to and forced make two exceptions to this waiver, and I I can fearlessly appeal to those more immediately to reverse that decision-to introduce demands: however a different consideration
upon me. Called to speak the truth, I Ih'iu remark first, in your account of the interview conversant with my course here, to and not to exclude. I had no part in this'matter. i Gen. Jackson is represented by Mr. Eatonas
pledged myself to a statement of facts inthc. between us, on; the occasion of tendering; to say whether feelings of hostility have at anytime I I was during that winter a member my friend and benefactor," and my con-
:: face of the American people, from the me the office of attorney general, you have characterized my conduct towards him. of the senate, and did not enter into societyand duct is denounced for an alleged violation of .
support! of which I could not sutler myself to omitted to state, that your communication This declaration is not made with any view to my family; did not reach this place until the duties which he had a right to claim from
be diverted by any other consideration.: The was confined to that :.;single point ; that neitherthe diminish his resentment; that he will continue the following summer. I did notbelieve that, me in that character. Now, as I had no ac-
rcption or that pledge was due to the public names of the members of the cabinet, to indulge as he thinks fit, without any efforton as a member of the cabinet I had any thing | quamtance with general Jackson. other than
whose dec .iol1 I had been compelled to nor the principles on which (General Jackson my part to propitiate it. No: Mr. Eaton ,I to do with the regulations of this society, and that which occurred during; a few days service
invoke-and to my own honor. It was im- intended to administer the government, were and his resentments, and themanner in whichhe in connecting myself with the community as with him in the senate in 1825, and had ne-
Pl'::ible to foresee by whom, and in what mentioned to me, but that for these; and all may think proper to indulge them, are Utterly an individual, I conformed myself to what ver held any intercourse with ..him, except,
p al... it was my duty to be at my post and in upon the invitation which had been given consideration is, that the law of force is open- relation to its social intercourse. Now, as of my benefactor must have been derived
ri :adiness to defend it. Under such circum- me. I was:: referred to the President himself.I ly proclaimed at the seat of the national gov- heretofore, Mr. Eaton is desirous of placingme solely from the fact of his having called me to
st:uiccs, to have turned aside to answer the take the occasion; to add also, with no refer- ernment-that he who ventures to repel the in the attitude of an accuser-that: he may the office of attorney general of the United
call of Mr. Eaton would, I am now satisfied ence to your present demand, however, that I groundless calumnies of the official press, avail himself of the public sympathy, whichso States ; and this i is no doubt the idea, which I
have subjected me to universal reprobation.A .- do not acquiesce; in your interpretation of that : must speak at the peril of his life, in the vin- many efforts have been made to excite- Mr. Eaton intended to convey. 1 confess I
short time n ight probably suffice, to enable sentence in my address to the public, in which dication of his honor-and if even in self-de and now, as heretofore, I disclaim this office took a different view of this matter, and I
me to fulfil my duty to the public in this mat- I it is stated that the annunciation' of the names fence, he shall dare to say aught which may in form as well as in fact. The call upon me h pe gen. Jackson did so. I am not disposed
ter ; but until it was performed, it was my first [ of the cabinet seemed to me "to present an draw into question the public[ conduct of that for the adduction of proofs, is therefore merely to believe that he would maintain any such
duty. It is impossible to believe that Mr. I insuperable, bar to my acceptance of the office, high functionary, whose views it professes to idlo. I am not even responsible for the pretention, as that which is put forth by Mr.
Eaton could have been insensible: to these which had been tendered to me." represent, and by whose alleged authority: it introduction of Mrs. Eaton's name into the Eaton nor to consider him in f fact liable to
considerations. He was on the spot ; deep- And-now, sir, I will reply to the residue of speaks, he must instantly prepare himself for discussion between us. That was done; ori- the serious imputation which it implies. In
fy interested in the occurrences of the day; your note. You rest the demand w hich you the combat. ginally by Mr. Eaton himself. The demand the selection of his cabinet, he was bound to
an active agent in producing most of them.- have made, as I understand: it, upon the alle- Such is the condition to which we are re- which he made upon me, on the 17th of June consult the public interest. If he did so,
lIe chose this preci' point oj lime to present hIs gation, that I have given countenance and I duced. It is utterly unavailing to deny the drew from me the statement contained in my however, much I might be flattered by his
teiond demand. He did more, his friend who sanction to what you denominate the base fact; for the evidence is before our eyes. Two note of the :succeeding day, and it was Mr. good opinion, I could not consider myself aJ,,
I in presumed to have acted in conformity to his slanders, which have been I do not doubt
I propagated against separate calls have been made upon me by Eaton who brought that correspondence be- incurring a debt gratitude.
instructions, refused to receive an answer, you in your domestic relations, and you say Mr. Eaton within little more than a month ; fore the public, by giving it, or an extract from that there were others who were entitled to
which, far from declining his call, gave him the that this has been done inmyaddresstothe public and the fact that he has, at each time, f falteredin it, to the editor of the Globe, by whom that his preference, but if he believed this, ana
mot distinct assurance that it should be promptly by speaking of these rumors, as evils his purpose, ouly serve to render more obvious extract wa published ; and this rendered it believing it, conferred the office upon me ia
"ttttudcd, as soon as the duties in which which presented an insuperable bar to my the spirit which dictated thorn. Thereis necessary to publish the entire correspond- the spirit of favortism, he fa J was then encaged had been fulfilled J; and entering the cabinet, and stating that my as- no dispassionate man; I care not of what ence. So far as I am concerned, therefore, duty to the public, and Mr. Eaton is his
with a knowledge of this fact, Mr. Eaton, sent was finally given under the persuasionthat party he may be, who will venture to affirm it is Mr. Eaton himself, who has drawn into accuser. I entered upon the duties of that_
reckless of the exposure which awaited him, the President would speedily see and cor- that: he had a right, in either case, to make discussion between us, the question of Mrs.Washing. office with feelings ot respecJJul l good ,wj"t: / has asserted in tho face of truth, that I had rect the evil. The wrong then of which you these: demands. Why, then, were they made? Eaton's relation to the society of general Jackson, for the favorable{ opinion
shunned reps onaihility. complain, consists in my having stated to the The official press has, in the mean time, been ton, and the rumors concerning her. which he had indicated by the selection, and i
i-: be- public, as you suppose, that your introductioninto unceasingly employed in vnin and impotent, I have a brief remark to make on Mr. Ea- with a deep sense of my obligation to. 1h er. .J *.
J f Ir. *. I Ike& cabinet was aa .evil in consequence<< but ruthless efforts to assail me, and for what oa's Y' statement of the interview. 'which took zealous and faithful, discharge of mv dutjy



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endeavoured On the 23el ult. at his residence in this
I County after
I rffSihout' any idea that I had been .i1'LO li .tAl' an afflicting illness of three months, Huch Ladson BALE ROPE. .,
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.but tang ccda l.llcd aol a.favorite, or that I had incur- - Campbell o mL Esq. agep 33 yeajs,formerly. of South Car- JUST received Consignment :(-1 sale UQ)1) NOTICE. :, I IIs

ll debt of grat tude. TtLL4UASEE : very saperior Bale Rope- apply to
red a in rcla- Aug. 17, 42tf. I -K?
Jackson, .VcUULUN.r : .
TTTRSDAY! btttti ;
l general -
'file) wishes of general, were MORNING, NOVEEBER 1, 1831. ffIIl FOR SALE. flfbtn teat tfJ,
office attorney he
he : Superior Court of
to TF.R\lOf Leon
tnl teiltotne, almost wmiiltuiicoiwl, iu giving pl.tCco L.e Sl'CUm itpjKMi Ht Air. valuable law, to be holden on the Cnun'y di

;rBB h.ndMr. Eaton, in.achcase Berrien, we have been compelled to exclude SEVERAL on a credit horses of six, will be October next, is adjourned until the second firstionllay Mordav in
our months
annunciation of the of my usual variety. We have laboured o rtIr good notes. WILLIAM G. BURGESS. of November rxt, and that all causes, writs, and otlwr -
;"thout any under considerable lallahnssc-e, NovcmVr 1831. process whir are or may be now continued
Orlt g, or of the proposed pollcy embarrassment, from the continued ill-health 111f returnable to the said: firs: Monday of October or

intended of ,tfa ini raton., The fact which of our workmen, but we have succeeded far $;;o REWARD.O mirned, and made returnable to the said second, are Monday ad-
so !
denied that I asked an mteruew with ,, of November, on which last mentioned day the
jl1 not he some difficulty in getting our paper Court will be held at the
accorded out re N the of the City of Tallahassee
to night
Tcneral.Jackson) \\hich was gularly.We : 10th ins!., a der of the J. JAMES S. "Clerk.Dyor-
.\\1 ? ot : these I AanrfafeJWafeJ Scptember28thl83i.
n the Purpose ascertaining high, raycd. or was stolen Gtf.
<, \
111 !L nsa nrchininarv to my decision' again render our acknowledgements for GK38LSa-' : rark in ff mt of Mat). J. R. Bet if.1ADEnndsmt: .J t.i.n FREDER fttr iiii.tti.
rf Mr. Eaton's the |t OIK' store In the town of Ocheesee. Said : :1d., Ly' HER TO\S, concerned
f. ruihes a: distinct nojrativetr: l liberal additions which! have In-en !b out fourteen hands hon is a- in the patent with Dr.J U bEINS. Subscril
recently madeto hijrh respectfully informs
had THE
him the a blaze in his face his i friends
that I announced to on our subscription list l IkIkdf,1t and le -left The above Ointment is offered to the the public that he has
; as well as for the continued ; white, nearly to the knee public as a safe lately opened the a
joint had >
rtfCrtrccediM.! ;; that, on which he delivered his of "n him a a Diddle and martini-vis. The alwvc and certain: remedy for those obstinate diseases, some bove house of

djy nr, mv n-admes.: to accept the officeT patronage our OLD SUBSCRIBERS. will be eivcn for the horse and shief, if he lie convicted rcv/ard,I of w.hicli have so long baffled the skill of medical science. Entertainment
: five
) 'tltoiiic.! I did not in fadcl'pt t Frequent fir dollars for the horse, if found in county and I 10
\ tl men" enquiries Iq. WHITE
having made elollarsif SWELLINGS of ,
respecting the: out of it.j H. D. every description. where Boarders
it until) romc time after my interview l law for the assessment and collection of taxes n.It'f' ''e-J.>. kv.tiCo., 20-h Sent. 131 2d. SORE LEGS AND ULCERS of long standing. Travellers, will find every

.J.ll'ksunt aUlI rccollcc-tin* that publish; the 1 we J hf 3d. SCHIRRUSOR GLANDULAR TUMOURS, particular. .11 CO OMJrIOD./I T 10.)'
for -
with, general 1 following the information of all!i 1: resh Dues: Garden l ly those hardened umours in woman's breasts which
I will not verify tins :I that the
11tcrIC'i he am sure ) concerned :- oftentimes terminate in ulcerated cancers. Country and) Market afford.

of Mr. Latm. SEEDS & .7. 4th. FELONor what WM.T. CLARKE.
crtion. Extracts from an Act to raise sonic people know by the
R"l I inu l be permitted also to deny the nu1horhii' Passed Mbr.,. a Revenue, name of CATARRHS, of every descnplon. Monticcllo. Sept. 21, 1331. 5tf.
extracted from 20th 18.8. 5th. HIIU fA TIC PAINS, 01* the joints.
: of certain garamaphs, Kt it enackd; irj tht Governor and Leila E. B. PERKINS 6th. STRAINS AND BRUISES of every description or 3Jlf2WISADDLERY-
'feltgraph'hich .Mr.: 1 Eaton imputes to( in whatever
situated.7th. .
the live Cnuncil.of. Ttrrilnry nj Florida rc<'c vtd: by the late arriralsirom part
I write similar Thata MAS Now-York TETTERS
J:1l'cn: ''h.C a and equal Territorial Baltimore of all kinds. In this complaint the
tax shill! be a nf
: large
assessed and fresh Medicines
the editor of the collected patient, in applying the Ointment ,
and must the
nfoairkd:! imputation by upwards 1700 of keep partoul L
h' in each and papers garden seed from II 1.
eveiy year; (and! of water. HARNESS
paid the C.
1uwi-I fd tor the &C.
a new > Thcrmonir-tfrs
Iw ,
Spirit and
/Mole; Treasury of this 'i l era ilnr),) on) all such Tlyd-ometirs '!htrrmt.tersPriuts Syrup 8th. CHILBLAINS, or parts affected by frost. ,
liMrvof which 1 am the object, and I aminon'MicdihatMi. per- patent Cum rub It is also one of the remedies for
sor.sind aud in bt';!, an I lb'auiful AND
: and
property) such murh artirlo
: -. Knani, although he has iminner; as of a'iprired' for the. SCAEDS. It cases the pain and draws the fire out in a KERR AND 8TlfRGES'
) shall bf h inificr cure corns Bra,;l"s Nlishin< for
: I r nifiitioii d ; to'it | ; paste, clranin? short time.For .-,-
from the city, since I bcm to write Upot i latr: Biitania &o., Rose, Orange, Flower Citron H \ I 1t'h'! l'f''I' \' it :.(., n ,
every acre ol Ln i INFLAMED WOMEN'S
hL remarks, holds him. df in .'adiness t 0 I r.ite < Inlf:: a cent ; Lavender, anti CnIO''Tes waters cf. etc. Expected by SWELLING BREASTS, AND GLANDULAR .WJlQ a : '. ( .
Upon of iti superior to medicine
j arre second the Mull
every rate: land C.trj>rnfi-J lilof Can'haridfS. any vet Si.1ddlllr
turn. They have )..cen sketched hastily, of one Til'iln"N' ) ; kiuiwn to the medical faculty. It is much safer thai ltle i\Iurtiiigals, Saddle
7 i qn.irtrr a rent ; und .vn'1< I 1.j'H I
internals of exemption trom vauous, upon everY aero of I Iltf 1 mercurial, applicationsas: ( i it docs n.'t contain the smal Bags Gig Hnniess
:ni third rate land: one eighth of coin NOIIICE.I !li .st.if'm of aiitnVhggon and
a preparation of that material
claims my time, but 1 trn--t it willLt' i: ; Upon ; any ,) because -
other upon | all Jots uj-hiii: the limits of Town I. ;L having ;it does not lay the patient liable to injury fromexposure gLotffteowix
found that I have written under the mtlu.nee I-' any ,, VIle; persons any demand a Rin.'ir the estate :
cold.This. : .
j or City 1,1; this territory. ,the of I _.-11.\f I ria'i Grantham Ill'c'd. to of aswrte'l .
>um live are rrquestoil to : < z .
rents <: t ti "- ;
this i"akt caution. In re-ard to ; pri Oii'tmcnt) has cured .fwr. tir stock of
uf of
> II'y their sores stand
j On ai-counts; < many years
( \-ry hundred ulllliis l! ,, of the luly attested, (o the subscriber?
the pmitijnl! charge, 1 desire to say, thut u'lut ex 'lusivc of thtt value thereof:t: it hin MX mlll1lhsfrnm this date, in order that the sair in external::. Where it i is impossible or imprudent to heal the ;I, PROVISIONS
iinpiov.'inonts bUilt 'htr-on be !; sure, in u.n"qllell: '* of he bone becoming
and ; miy d'srihrcd. and all those indebted .
written, hear sigttture -- it h to the snid
1 rJ\e my j 1. pon evciyvf\; owr tIc e-aiousor rotten, it will top the of the ,
) ihuag-- HI ti teen are requeued to make in'\I1Jialc pores CAI.JEI Groceries
I have written \\hatcu-r is thus.J y-irs pYvm 'n t'-tlhc Li-ji-ors; Djy-Goocb
al.-o that increase the of the ,
quantity ,
under discharge
true I an fifty, tlu'- SUm of fivu s'i! Tlr.TI.fET' lx"r. removethe
twe-nty ct'nts ; ; ofienshe smell, ,md ease the pain.
fl' n
t Orto f7'h HARDWARE
Iroe1 : 1 11331
I ponv) ry in:tu of color Ipf It
oy T the n".? cures the \('r>t FELONS OR WHITLOWS
I on an 'Ipli'a'ion
hpil'\'I.! that be -
J repicr to may now pcrrntI.j j o< twenty OIIP aud ler >UA11II. LI.\l LEY, ) {F.t'-'V-n.l.-nts' in; of 48 IlIl1rs.ItllnATII ,
years tin th
: ;\ ( of \\\Y\ \ T. Li
his adiln-ss! joa.iloM': ) ItMi : v : :11/oo1 and Crock'j' -'\ .
to tiling !1.1 a'v-vr which have } ie
: | years, the u.u of f' cni: "c, stood so long as to become ,
i) urat'3n! wl! J douut not loilo'.u'd Iiy a ,' hu':dnid! ej'jllurs/ fifty nts ; I I p0ly} r V I I C. E. *. II. J. SflF.L T\. Un,! ill peioiis: mierested a syt-te-matieehsorder, requires medicine to bo taken t hey oifir to their frends: ?nd the public! at mouerate

:r-'u. iU.MO'; th'! caltnnuii--i' withhnh, 1 nivc: (!], inercli.mdizf, vuthi.i of.ili' ainyunt or I salt'sIf; !\". therein rennin'-n-vd: will I take notire t hat suit haih this duy01 )'ly; to remove them entirely. nut in most common L- prices for puncuai payments.They .
t the bvirra'hm"n h.ueason!
I by at their house
eaj-es this
Y'.Jr applying Ointment ware at St.
In'U' 11fl torc;; a..ain-d ; but my icliancc i i Is{ j i ct'din; ,lh<1 tirM of Ft.t'rtJ.lrv, in IlIJluedi"kly r.u-h and pre- "t''lr: : Tifj..s.: HAWKINS, pr:<. ;Art'v. ', itwilljjive relief.: And even exte-mlly in oii peorl.whose as ..;;--, Marks;, C >-u'u, Bi :yii'r. .T-'Bav: JI'-n, .

iii i' tllt'i -e will:! ::> ; l.uior I ,
ry (:H ,v .L'.Ztlt: !the p.Jn.To .
!;, ]igcii: :" of 'V oiintrynicn.t Tave-rn in /rEl Kdciri.uiii--i: ;-n
.1 p II \ .M 1 VRHIi-\: kct-pi-i any; Town I Viil1, ort v.: ': _fi_ I.e ii :ve e.iu.M., sea .cap'ams and masters rf vessels this ointment: 4 L.U-N 4.
ity in ihi. i the of ,, rE.:. & II. J. SIIT'J.T: ;: \ : riu crr.tory, sum five y. ; winter nther
-;. .I .C'.). (.t1l< !! u.; ; :!I I :Li] i : .. s'-/
,-r .* ) Lponi-very r'Llil.or; spirituous liquors% td '!b.reill: -,'ill'akl.i!! notfe, that) suit' h.ith tins day: v. ry cenam in MS lie-ess! (.u Chilblains parts aT'ct-1! ; ';lJeral ine .'. iuch they v.ii(; sell at IlIw' putts toVIanp'ir' -

1 -- T id: half a l 3tf'
'teuni of) t t\v doll: _
.. ti. J ir> ; Upon : ( J !'II tit! .S. IIA\VIJXP dill'."4.
: I Pl'tr
.,. C'.0:K A On I- 1 i i .very i-ilhird! .set or used Oct 0h'r l. !! Atfrv. A larr LAA\myARTNERSli IP.
for !
... { up pla. 131 II : r.-as us'imony; proving the!. valiu- of this
!., .w
; rd..l'I .
.t. jt : : : ; ih ; sum of rifty doll irs and ..' ., m i.t exe< llfiit medinne will be sl.twn those tu UlQjY1.FJ IDQ cg\D-L m
ijM.n ill l) f-mr J 1 ) IO.XG. to \ I
: \
rf: -. 'ri'iii' "'ii-i ..i'i! uih-r"} iu'e-re vi, nr' Ier '- U .RTli, 'Li !"., .
rn' v.h<*. 1 led plt-iisiirc c.irn.iijfM thr I I I rgl :Cr..H wish fur'her informatifdi onajiplication: to Dr. HERINS IOHV ir. ass. < ia -.t'1VCs its \ .',.rt, ,'1
J-t| !.'tFf' t 'ia' il.! ]. JiMi'ii ui tlie .1 hlr.w b.' sum: of n-.-. I VS: JsL J he- above r.i'i IC, >1 ( practice: of Jjk& jy in the '
y c. ;E. k n. rr to any< ( f his aiiln'rized: City -t ; ai'v: ;..s-
j. LII agents.
} "- ..) *> ')1.'-Ij.\y %:a..1: 1 m tl'e Om"f') .-f the'Cierk i f the! dull.'rPro'idcd;f this -hall; not be so ro.iiniod :) I ; STIELTOX, ,1 t all |p-r
js ',!rrnr:i ."l" the!! Miuilie District of Tlurida, 1:1: as to authorise the .Hss--ssing and l'oll.till ig }j' q-M-ii-i: lllll'IH"d\\.il-nlic!! :\: at ii'tiee: !; ';hat*. haih I Ihs day lie en of tic patentee: and W r.In.I' C.FMIMF.ATPONTMENT. in the Tcrritt ry. They respectfully oCer their services .

.,:x > ilit" .IIU1'" "f I-1 .H. Ok'any tux on the estate reil ore jfl!i riKnln.KS.!: ic.i..t: : ; n IH.: PFRKI>S, DP.TCCIST. to the Pu:>hV, with the assurance t that all business;

JuilNK. CAMPBELL. Solin'or. tIt religions soc-i. p'r"olla? ; : n..lltrI5J-H; HAWKINS, AttVy. PJ'ffu: TAH. tIIASFE, Fcl.rI\r2h: 1 l'31 -7tf einr.isied to .their care, shall be &tri,'. t lv ."':'.I:/'. '.
.v' ,\..oi. 1 I. .1'
.- I'JRS'IE. estate of'aiiy in.-iitwion! for the educa'i'.n lIrl;, ACTION. To tho (" afflicted! with! Conr g sD Dtp JjU will rcr'lve their pr-iiij.w .. a t..tma.m .

youth I or t h.'h lois proxi-I I I JT Forewarn all II 1 1"! celebrated Albion Corn Plaster affords! infant i u i: ., ; ., ;::ay !be found at the South V.e>' corner
1 C' nij'l"'c' v ..1'1 HLACKSITU TOOLS( will l I n. "o"n":1 .ln t t-nlinjj f,r a ecitimi t: T ol: Washington
: ded, such ifJititutioiis bo J- .It' pf 111t'lll"I; relief, and at the &:nn"* tune tisu\'f!i >* and draws ; bquar", opposite} the Land Office.
.t.' < s. !Idli'W h''" ':bll I.I.: 1.1.\l T 1 lhei;lanf: (tin Pl.uv r.s' acrualiy) lot at--d andexist I J.y: tin- IrIH'r'er! ::: to one It{.)- r'l": .' ;"uler .
: .j.h ;
the Corn
r./, '> .>' 'I'a.! ( V.. t .. .,!, 1S3I 7'' 1 1ilil1n this Teinlory or lands !ii fimlt-r, f<>-n'\-fived'llirs\ :! (ltc.I! 7th Jimiary out by the roots without re Iea>t ['Tiin. I 153ft. 11)tf
t ; Oil bcI'Wgmg 1.-31 I fora. CilITIFC.HE.To thoj. .(H.cted with; : -
lock Corns
which ihe Lid on J! j i
I Fowler
: vvarr"a.tnted ; \\Vsf nrf. Jr. J. P.
to > X'
I SAJLT. SALT.Eiirlit ut 10 mf umtru) Mates, or on /land-, I a :oiMt nnt, lint wl.f'i hasturni-duut I tl.f th ir fef':. I Hurfiiilv that I liiiv. uo'd! tiif Albion Corn ; : -, Booth---_,
the titles to which qusre 'on- Planter! with : t.irmed a Law artntrship ;in Fl -rida. The
are litigated under the 1 n-a- .rarTlw eritsij.- ion 'for the alive i complete success: Before I Inc! D \ hundred B ..*.lIP'l'kS] l lalld.AL'r. t y with ''la1I.!' I C U!!!t1iV ftil'd, it tt.H: 1I.t be pmd. 'The ikue rrrfiftoatr l.nvMi-!! I box it rumple'.ely: cured .1 C' rn which! lid'" troubled me !:; of tIle fonrer IS in 1 a1lahaee, a Pel rf

: sec. 2 lie it further which 'I !rue annexed l In.low, will show the : flir marx year";. I make thi' pub ic for the benefit of /!-. !.liter; at Vest Point, palachicola; Bay. Business -
enacted Thit the nature rf : entrusted them in
:; : Assessors the t n'ri'-t: viiih j g tin- soul Focr.| thodt-fil ced wit- that 1ainrulconi1taint.: to any of die'onrts Florida

840' sa
13URGES55.Va.tV'hsu respectively in takiJ! the lists of tax.ihle Tlr::; v. ill' < r-ify !'h.n! : I ln\e sold: ;r, CIIIl-IesC.ASH.!Ash! Flu-hiris, L. I. Feb. 28." he strtctlyalt.:nliell.t ,. \.3d,18H.: 50tf"TAX
:: APri! 2 hi 1 I-'J. 3."tf a r!.H,* wh.Hi I PRICK, 50 cents a box. COLLECTORS"W'iLl
and 11
i \
property, collecting taxes, shall hue roferviicc w.irnnt to *- a trood one, ;md !hr.uili S

" Ijff'XE'V\ ORIJiAXS.F to the first day: of February in cad I :Ioi.'k.. prove inn to be a rood-! otif, I bind myself to tnke it Dr. Rt'lie's aromatic pills for females. bb.:ildai the ctwiri tat.use il'>.> ni Jilck3UIJ

;F '. c and hereafter. or irivchiin -rood one, or return'hiiii his note The r, in the town of Manann-i, on lhe fourth.ioiutay .
s ; f. ( c I Ir. every ye-jr which he has ) purify the blood quicken its circulation assist
T jrn en me, dated 7th \ in
jzi January l3 1. Noveml-er next between Lhe
i the usual sate
Sec. 10. Be it "U-pemled i>pe.ation*IIf nature and l are n general
jllrl.: r ellar!,d That incase Witnt-smv hand hours .newest half
of the soul of
er st
r:\; 1'ETER U. .'S Ir.'J 1.1' shall J nunrv7'h! 1 1-31 remedy for the "retailing complaints nmon the l female quar'er section
JIaer F1fiflRFfl1'I.Ffl.kIII,44 ) 2
any person m-glort or refuse to de- -_ part of flcjt ly. The Pills are particularly; : in township 6, in range 12, Nor'h and West,

Will ron as a rcuhr: ) Packet I'c'wetn l liver to the a* csor witum the county in which I!! ; rrElt'I'\INII X'r-- in tle (,flen ickne::. Palpitation (,f the "fficaclOlJ"j f bounded by the !rtnds rf Adam Crawford, Brawn and
.1.1"1 ha ind) >c%v ('rl."iii; d'ir.iij the j Carter aIuJv\ illianison.nn .
>, ; the
.1It I n atrrs claimed
In :e.- he she resides i f iness Short Breath Chipola,
or list :
&111. Frtiirh's or P.iva.'s in i\' '.. sieurd < n a of property in his or a i ,lr' : E:.1\ls.'ril: t.I' has 1"1'011 d I a h apjili- nj. conUimingSOacresofpincland
I dnd Di4inrin!
U'IIIIIIO GCI A. PiK-IjiN & Co.; a'' Ncw.Oritan-: h--r possession, liable 10 taxation: as afoies, .ml, I i }. |Ju111ir f-ntertMinmont, at h-s Ferrv on j aiiliesvilt find lion to exercise and s'i ciety. Married :, ; or so much a> will! tie of value utficiellr
I IMls
\'m.G. fi'ir/e'S, Mariu-ha.! I> within th- time limited for lie lki K'e River; whereiMtnrsaml travellerswillu ; ;! equally u '
21 t lw.::II.> I jFjl' tak-ng such list, the ill :iiicsniect withtvrraitenticn: the bet WHE.V TilE MUST uT BE TAL.K.N ; ueitherinutlhey"h ( 1 r the yur of 1829, the aid;

person so refusing or wqleclmghall ; I""Ol'IIIawl: acroinmodati'in: in ** tdk.Mi: bv pi- :oisof hectic or cunsumg t.t c Bctij. t:ay's&eo.andL..M.St.nie. luuivldual tauf.
TO j..iy j ; ic j "\\er of the \ 'I'ernis of sale: cash.
RENT. double taxes on all such: prop riy a. he !ir >ln; : s:J'I."ri"l'r! !tu CD iRGF. FISHER, ?r. halJ 1i1'IUCE I OUahox.VL.O. A. G MAYS

flVIE Dv.i-.t>ipar'\ 01 the lorm,'r Uaiikm*: House, may possess, aecoiding to the best inform, itioti I (" 'nltf'r2)1'11- 1q31. l13w (UTTheccIphrateilCoinbrtanToith-Ache- Taxcolketorof Jackson Co.f)r IE-:. ,
p..i'lI.I..n ;; IH n "II' the 5th "nS'pIIlt\lwr. ;f I 1' \f.l. pills which
; d.ite Sentrin"erl1th
the '
concerning ajiplica'i wi'l! I be : H31
same w huh th mule to 43m
f-.11f1'Jrf'\I' { ; asae.s ininirdiatii relief without the least the
: hi rJicc. Au_'. 3Ist, 1KM. 2tf can :e I Honorable injury tu ,
obtain ; and evoiy person rrmi< ring a; list of L." n, 1"r f letters of tltcf."l1tyrllllr'administration flr11 t ( county of eeth. Un trial tins will be found one ol me uer FOR SALE.

;;rIrJJ. E. .sJ.Jtcnta11; his or her propcrl.Ji.IIJle to taxation shall ccr- ;1 Iknpmm Taylor dee'd., late IIf111 l ; l ronn the:\. estate of I remedies known for this complaint. O NE COJ'pcr ;- illl'lmp.t.: Copper Sugar Skimmers -

ATTURNLV AT tit}' that thv li-t ;' :Nv. M IMJ.: PRICK 51' cents a box. and L-'i llts 10
J.AW. contains a tiue; description :! I HGxv JOhN.\ Y'H, HTNone i is pair of iJeirte Mill Stones
genuine signed on thp ootsidcprint
"TILL" IVacuec; ill tiit C'ourts of tills UistrirT, and and' account of'all the property, r.?;al and personal -J!': NOTICE. : I d I wrapper I b) the sole proprietor KIDDKK.: to be tucud to pins. IJETTOX&
Ja" kvnC'ouiiy We-.. Fhunla. HIs Office subject to taxjtion, to the "'TH.L[ If sold the I imll.'dialesu'ce"nrtotl\f late Dr.V T. (COIWAT. tlhhn-see! July
iS'n Jt-jTtr--1. Srrct according( : : n! ; : 11:': residence of Gfore 1 <1:1. le"il 47tfRENJ.
N. B. Ali inS"UtHlllts, on,'o-ue that of the UeLristtr.. i provisions of this ict, of uhich he or the is T Jjeks. n, on 'h,' 2H'h' d!;iy of Deet-niVr! nexr, all For sale ai t Ins ouiitiii2 llnoni. over No. 99. Cuit st.
of ruins wil be '
: ; drawn ,
:, near Hall Boston
and also (iiv his
"rth .eri..t! ,. poes)ed in the of l tin- I i.enhalIr pr-p-rty' >'f ;itor e and William! A spec'nl appoiiitincnt BYRD:
t atn io" to their I hul county -- either .
ftfeuracy. ;, JarK-Mii, by I II.: I B PKRKIN5 DRUGGIST,
eoriwini j
tJ'c\lt of
( : I Ilorsts
!II I : > f aple!
June !tI, leiH. 3*1t. in his own right, or in right of his wife (if he : fI heep, e'i:to;. ri.i ii and I fmlder' hay. :and,, Tallal.tlllec. March 17. Ir3l. (No. 5.) : H.Itl,: ;Cl..iHti j Iltr cllr TALLAIjAEE,

ADMIMSTUATOHS') have one,) or I, .,.hoM! I : : : e" Yirln: udJiticn .
SALL. as agent, attorney, ('\< ctitor, : n rid kitrhen i F'i irti it tn-c. AlV> will he rented NUTJ CE.TUIE to his former asn
I N. purMiaiiceof an older of lie Jud!e of:he Coun- administrator 01 guardian for the ue of : and Jrred: the l'anrali..11! ami l1'cr"If said e-tates. SVTLtlcn ; ":', :' varies; of
.V ("f'url flf the eoi of L""n any The ale! *fi eontiiiiir; from .lrv Goods
hty I hall proceed I other person or whitsoever : lay to day until all i is-M-Kl. Haithvarc,
11\1'*r-r persons and
for' s ale on the : ally Tiiiub mude. knuwn :
first'Tuevilny in 1 Deeenilie-r, 011 I mi tic day of sie.JOHN | (
thi r 4j.t.J .I1'IMf', ui the.C'iy: of Tnilahnssee, the fa1- person who shall poss.-ss taxable! properly) in 'I I It JACKSON, ) G r'P1i( &c. &c. ,

sc I Hine, any county otln-r linn the; one here he reai-I'I j P. G. J.ACIfoO5 5 JAdm'rs. ji r:Ir otDRY

tr;"0dN11:-two hundred and forty (((210)) acres of; des, and shall lu\e lilt agent or attorney therein I! Ort. 2a, 1 IP-JI. I 11..f.N.
>t mtt laud, hnirnnLako; ; GOODS '
I --- - --
shall transmit a lit t of such A 'flJ I
property cc. ti- IUAN flO'1 EL. -

hf. Jackson) lieu as aforesaid, to thf as-es.sor of the Superior; fine ulack Laitings and Emerteena far rne, fue and six, Town-h'pono} X. n.1"1 proper ColtS and Pantaloons, .
but if
; the
w. Al county, county line shall Plain
JOb run and fijrurcd
:r0. black Brmibazetts
4; 46
47, 01, G-2, 03, CJ, CJ, ,
0:1: .c "''in/ ,> -arrcr.< '.r"4 i suldn-, fI..f thr-'Ugh any tract of land wht-reupon any person Black Gr sdena|', blue black do.

resides, the owner or proprietor) shall give Changeable, coloured, plain, striped and white

TALLAHASSEE. ill the same to the the assessor of the RACE: over the JACKSON TURF, at G-.ienapsblack and col'd Mandarinesjbatustes,
county \C\ Flo"idwill! err .menec on Wednesjy Bill, green, white and pink Florcnccs,
-ALSO- of hit en her r"-ldcl1fc: ; and cv ry p)"-rsonwho the 2S:h December, and continue ''i\lr lha's; frefor"all Plain and liicured Siss i book, mull I and Jackonet. f

L-nNo.lU.-i: nudtheN-rihcrnlulfof) ), I..t11.. shall i leluse or nc !le-ct to CIUlIlfith any yb1:11S3: I;' horses owned in Florida, and also for all horse., Muslins{ Linen camhri and Long Lawn. .-

lct, fri'Utii3dbUliack' in the pit of 9.Talla-, 40 I of the requisitions herein contained shall be wm. d by members of the Club, why reside out of thoTcnitory. Ladies fancy bilk, crape, poplin and barge Shawls,

rssc"- J'lITIIH: HAKIMS.} taxed in I !IE Subscriber respectfully! informs his frien'l'! Handkerchiefs, belt and Taffetta Ribbons,
doubly ;
afon-s.iid. ,
*:(::' an'J : manner T 1st. tlt'iy 2 mile heats. Purse Bobinet and
or &
Atlumey of I and the upwards.2d. edgings,4-4 5-4 Lobinet lace,
Bryan Hines pulilic that! he
adllliuiralrr; of 1'III'raily; has rented the
-J.s ,' lim. c 4 .",.r*>,. oa'. G"'s Sec. 27. Be it further ena> te shall! I t for all except the winning horse of the first Dutch Brown Holland, for .
'tP1.1) county courts between the first day of Capitol Square, t formerly oeenjijed: asa I John! clay. pantaloons.Fine
froullhe.t "n 4.f the I taytni by 3d. day. I mile heats, for the entrance of the fancy London und Amvrican prints.
Ioul''i.ihtr and the Downer. The House fa\in money
a first !
k' days ;tt, January day of June in ca( baud nnilcrr >ne a ihorou} .
;) Imiks fir and sLeoiid
i t"r all the Ginghams
tho from 1 ahahas-sce; 'i I I repair, will be rc.nly for except horses dpmesticPlai(ls and stripes. \
ro\d therte-ejitionof Boarders and .
"I.I- to tIle ickasnoky! iml.e! La "'.\'ettc town every year, at a special or regular term I Visiloraoii the J 13th iiiat. \\ ipnil1 thr firs tnt st'r inil days. Brown and bleached Shirtings and sheetinCotton *

ih, I, j"ulll'r-a uwserolortd! mare MULE with bUrfc: lists (ill th-.rcof, be und they are hereby authorized and JOHN W. RE.\YES. 4h.: .thY, I single mile, free for all hordes not run on and scotch OMiaburirs, cottonades
.:'nbrok.-nnfewu: .MicisalHut. two years old, and has: required to levy a county tax, whichhall be Tall.ihasvce... 1*, IS.'U.IMARSHAIAS: either of the. three: previous days, fur the entrance of Bed ticks, apron and furniture checks,
((k.s : she ran off wjli, Je sutiicient the 3.1 and I Needles, Pins tapes, bobbins, :
pears to
tt'r the
tI"t 1!i h i' a"d ls ouPiH1seJ t" J'e ill the' ,liui;-lil "urhiMNl. diseh:1rge demands on their respective for) the 1st.I and 2d. days $15, to subscribers' Clarks Spool cotton: 4-c. &c.

(- finder will. berc ardul by r..:Urll.:t.r. h"-r to tht' counties, upon the same person and 1 S.AJ E.By and! S\; to"e :

tJrri&r Oi.. 21,1'3i 1, /lr, '!" rs. C. C. &" R- \b Vk' jill "">;. species of property as are subject to a Territorial irine of a w n: iffifr to me Sirecteel from the} 3d day, $10 to subscribers and $20 to non- HARDWARE.

Jl2w- Fl. W. HIIADEN.M' : tax, accordinn: to the assessment of that 1.oflorrLl, Ic .1'IIt\'.'( i.t( the Superior Court of the xiili.srrihrrs.Entrance Knives and Forks, pocket and do. .'
\IIc/dle "f Florid;;, L.en i I shall 4In day, a to subscribers and glU to non- pen f
cx.I Scissors
/,, / NOTICE year, but the tax so levied sbdl; not exceed one I ounty cribers.! Razors, Spectacles.
I p.i .c to .sale! on the Capiloi Equate, ill the city of TulMlmss l- Britania i
tea and table
fi-Kia arrears f'.r Ci'v T.ixcs, .ire nqain ear- half the amount of ilia Territorial tax, and the L ,. e, on the 21! day of NUVKVIJEIS! : all tl.eli The time of starting will be precisely at 11 o'clock, Currycombs, drawing spoons knivesGROCERIES.,&c. t

vV\ :' lle"IJ.v HfJU-Mc! to mak'e jMymcnt on or IjeforeilJ same shall be assessed and collected by the :ht, tni iii, eluin; :and iiiJeie ti-f HeuJHiii'ii rl. Thorn each day. I
'. jll''Jt; }' th C i I7lh d">' "If! .\u-usr 1)31.1 Execution each 'tie ton, in and to a 1 Kiln of lime eojiinimnidXD: '''isltels Hiders must be dressed in Jocky style. The tract
? hlitl' ('I) t&I'! Ill 'hl'.atl.t same.pcrsons ill county. a same (time !less .. will be in good order, and much be .
due } for all Tax(s that nsre fir h.u IK-III K.\i"d "u saiistyaJuil sport may expected.Quinrp
the arc IIJK -
City of T.JltJA :.:..(:. and same manner, that the taxes of the Territory (menl! Inch was ohtainelltv Chark Austin, \s. Oct.S, 1831. P-'ISD Du Pont and Rogers Powder, mould! and pates

"" (.. ,11-; BitVN, Jr. CI'Y1:1r!haJ. irr assessed and collected, and hall be Bl'lIj.Ullill G. T! /lrntnll ill said; C 'urt. Sale within the Shot, and bar lead, sweet Malaga Wine, i
't t 10.J J. ;,I .f: paid into the hands of the County Treasurer, hours rccribe.d i by law. BUELL& KLEIN Vinegar, pepper and spice.

g2li at the same time that: the Territorial taxes are A. A. FIST 1 PR, />. .'f. flAVE just received per Schr. TALLAHASSEE, Scotch and \fackaboy snuff in bottles &bladders.
IIE\Vlinfi- per TTH E. RAlNDULI'lI, 1ew-Y or k, a tare. and handsome assortment Porter anel Cider in boxes. i
required to be paid into the hands of the Territorial Tallahassee! Nov.1, 1831. ..UaT..hal.I of Bleached' and unbleachedShirtings with a greet variety of other gOods too tedious to mention

:I) \ \AW V Y from :he subscril;:>cr on the Treasurer, and haJ! he in all respect.* ...: and Sheeting which with his former stock, makes his assort.

I Ji day of July: n Negro man, 'VJLhe >- under the sam regulations and rotric'ions : Calicoes ment very good, which will be sold low for Cash, or fJ
: of the latest
is patterns, Ginghams, short credit to
n stronir-\ ell set fellow, dark customers.
J kiri; aljoutfivefeLtcicht! inches is which by law are provided for the due assessment Ostiabtirgs, &c. &c. He has also on band a of Blunts
Jiijrh quantity superior
li .. :t. SMITH having; withdmwn! irnm nil Ladies and Gentlemen's Saddles F.
1'lllt28 i collection and ron- steel
of the Territorial saw Cotton
years oj'< n f>, t'H ''I'l i war on his payment I Gins, assorted sizes from 30 to 72
nexion with the Pui-iJa Courier ill! lie continued Bridles and Martin als. i
lrtaSl it w I
bj which .
Ilne. VaWSKDB is an excd1em i. ) tax ; and the assessor and collector! shall E. II. Gibson.) All claims saws ; will be sold on a credit until the 1st day tI
bh, peTMJiii having again-t th- -ALSO- of
unakej.iiiV"V"JvildXcitrot ( '. January next, al.2 50 to $ 2 75 Planters
I alloweo the I per
he atfl" same compensation for collect- establishmeut, arc requested to them to 1. II.Gibson [
rewltrd "illl.IC! 'i'.f'11 to any mab who will present JD(: Bundles (superior Norther) HAY. wanting Gins, will do, well to examine those be.
and those
the for inbebtcd make
ing county tax as the Territorial tax. to payment to the fore
) '! and 'lIfiIiC him in the nearest E. R. GlBSOX.AVrM. which they offer for sale on the best terms. they purchase.Magnoln : {

ttTfcrI.V: :Illf'jr"ia'Ionto tile subscriber who lives umc. M. SMITH.Tsillalnswc Magnolia, June 8, 1831. June 23, 1831. 44tf.r

County, near Thoma ville Gcor;!a. DIED. Nov. 1, 1831. 11..2w. P .R 3-.iiooneriLo, from Baltimore, and for sale,
11 THOMAS On I he 28th ult. in this city, Aaron Banister late of :
2lst 1 31 AnA'J8. ------ A PLANTATION SALE. 600 bushels of CORN, :
49,f Baltimore: Storage and Commission Business. 100 BblsS. iae Howard Street FLOUR, i

NOTICE. On the 28th ult. JamcsB. Taylor, merchant of this HE subsrril er has erected, at St. Marks, at convenient TTIEsubscriberoffcrsforsalehis valuable plantation 15 do MACKEREL,

S'io' 'W'th city, formerly BaJtmore.: In recording i the death .f T WHARF AND STORE IIOtSE, and rate Iandy a considerable 40 do HERRINGS, (Susquehaca,} j

flor tI" t PP'ica.ion will he made, by tics: amiable! and promising ytuII"I11.1n, u may be consoling will receive and forward good* and produce, on reasonable -. : portion of which is under improv( If'nt. It 50 SACKS SALT,

cIuntF .r.< IA,8HEPAUD' to the honorable the to his friends;10 state that J he eceivul every atil terms. Tr'.tOTIIYI'CAnTY.. I is situated on the St. Augus-inc road, five miles from 1000 Lbs BACON HAMS (superior,)

tL&4minjtrtjon! lhcC 'un .y of Gadsden, for I letters and attention in the j power of friendship und m'dlcalokill St. >tnrks. Janunry6tlt 1 I41. 2Of allaliaaaPt! and fouiteen from Magnolia. Genllomciides Any persons wishing to puichae the com can Bar

late on thc C8tafo Clf SARAh MASH- to Ics'ow. JOB >VORKTECViD AT THiS >in.jsof se'thnginthe country will find it to credit until the first ofJanuary by givinc bond with saurlty.
t G"&d.tden of .i "oun }, flcr asc<. On the 29th:! ult. at his residence; this county, Dr. their in'erent to examine. the premises.. : TI.l\1OTli} 4'CABTY. .

county Oct. 10, 133lk 8-6w William Argj'Ie formerly of Virginia. 8j't"lC Sept 21bt 1831 *tf fpTER HAURlS.N AugujUTthlWlb" nU"'


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T : i 17- -" "c ,.' ," .1'" '. '' ""i .1 .'" \ -r' n :'nr f ,! : ? $

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vi:: are initinrhea to nnnonnee Cot f> REWARD.II1 OUELL KLEIN : NOTICE. PUartcs 3B. SOtUtttSH

% Ita.t.E.: emi'latc to np; sut-. < *$ fAVE just received ]mr Srhr. TALLAHASSEE, X trfrks after date application will be made, by ATTORNEY AT LAW '

I fersoa: Mauisor' uni ilaruiit on Count i -s, in the next subscriber the I S JOSHUA SHEPAKD the honorable! the |
\N AWAY from the on L fiom New-York, R large and handsome assortment to TILL Practice in the
Legislative Cowil._Otnber24t1i 1S31 21tf : ,?' day of July, a Negro nun, WINSOR of Bis-ached and unbhcachedS1iii'tiug County Court for the County of Gadsden, for letters % in Jackson County West of this Di%

: & trt auuin-'C ZT !T-ic / -he is a strong w-ell set ftllow, dark and of administration on the estate of SARAH MASH- Jefferson Street Florida in. -
Sheetings.Calicots Oil
1 opposite that
MEAClIAMm aididAiclo skin ; about five feet eight inches high, is a- BURN, late of said county, deceased. N. B. All instruments of of the R
den county in tiC next It jisl.itive COiL 'L bout23ycarsof n..and ha* i scar on his of the latest patterns, Ginghams, Cladsden ci.untvOct. l 1(1.( 1831. 8-Gw the strictest wrilin?, YJJIJ be f11*
with attention Wl
Osiialmnrs &c. &c. to their l lnl
Ocul7. 1831. 9-le breastbone. y iTSsOUJ is an excel- arm
Ladies nnd Gentlemen's Saddles, NOTICE. Tallahassee, June 20, 182D. gj7! *
4 fe & 4 & :cnt shoe piakt.'I .
*M I** >* *- -
V KR: Jr. u candidate for the Sherifialty) of hial*>ve reward wid! be given to any man who willappreheiid Bridles and Mart iiirai. (j ffsTccij: : : __

L Ji ounty at the election in February iwxt. 5tfr 'saidtTO, and e'flfivc ltin in the nearest -ALSO- i-'N pursuance of'an order of the JinJ!'.c >f the f

-p E aie authorised to annuiince TIlO.vlAS A I. t'li, nd i e iiinatlon i. th# tibcriber, ho li cin ;/3) Bundles (superior Nonher) ) HAY. JL ty Court of the covn'.y of Ln, f j.JnIl
BRADFORD, a candvlitc at the fUctinn to 'rioiii Couuty, near ThonVihc (icnri'. which nty offer for ale f n the Lest terms. offer fur sale on the rrat Tuciiiay jn Peccml'*

lie !ieJ! oi; t.e first Monday in NovcmV-r next, to re- ThOMAS ADAMS.Jii1v1stl3l tji, I :; I. the Capitol square in the City nf Ta'Iahars f'i 'fnfir.j ?

prcacnt Leon c-mnty in the next LciisUti\ Council. \ ; property, I-eiiTz the r.t! eMate rf Jf tjded. >

1I: Z4tli H31 I 1'fii '1 NOTICE.tctW .-Viz:-t"wt> huitdrtd and fc-r'y ('Jjm; ) -*****M cfLnkc
first rate land, lyiir; on
arc ir.jUt'vcU: t' anii' uuce JM11! > .'U1 CK,

V ? nsac i.Jiua'etorepivM-atthecou.nty of Leon IN TALL All ASS KE. Jjickv-Gii,

i.rt tXl .! i've ( n'tne1. I ) i.Jtfl Ujnt Uj ZfxiL. ..r ZXT T ft cIiiRS* being lots on". five and sit T Town.1":non" X T>
1inr talar -
"V'f\7i:: : .% arc rt..juied Ii) ;; : fl'uIflCCi... JA.MLSV T FTE L. &Snk-crfoi:M. AR.MISTLAP r 1 I\ iiki'M.iio: l S. CO. and! is <'j > R"' ->f ;!he Sup ri rC-'Mrtof LI--U Cony; directed \c. Also, latS Nt1. 43, !<:. ?7, Cl.1 oC, ,;j'i;, cV

V MALL, as a c iuV.i.v. forSLeriff of JclTer =nnn eanii T ''iy !law, to < '.'"ld!< n nt\ the lr; >t Minn'hy in THE RACF.S over thr J\CKSPN TURF, at I r.n the "ounv fi'a.-er.| r ".'. t>- a4.-? ; n '.f '

"'v, at the ncr cV-cii-: ; iqc.21lii< le.:;l 1'f ; ffrGROCERIES' ()et( tier nr\t. is aiijourii'.l until the srronfl Monday : ( v, Florida, will commen.-e rn Wednes1 TALLAHA

Mr.! of fll! !% all 1 I day the 28lh Dee .cer: and continue four days ; free
TRrT"-\r n-i- j< iir i-'fo /C& in 't, i n\ cau.-f -, writ>, nI'K -
I tor all horsr-s owned in Fi"rul. and ol-o for all |..-
X? M> V) rt &' ";* >- :\ '-HiU'c fi.S.if "i & I! prn'-tss, which are or imy l.p ir-w enni i.ucd: crri'turnal'lf >rses -AiSOLrit -
; **>< y sV .. LIQUORS, j d numbers} of the Club ho reside 5ut
of the
by w
t V I oni <
'' i' the said firs' ?\L'
t of Ortulicr
J .ii -. \ ? 1
., .. DRYGOODS.amoivr ai'l l uvu'- reTurnr-.l.le: to saidsC'-ond Mondav Territory. feel from ai.tibU !hark in li. ? j-v
I 'i l t. day, 2 mile heats. Purse |j2oO! or upwards.2d. rrr aJ t -? f 7'i ,
.iriiclrs -f Nov onwh5--hlj V.
V i '.-hieh a.v: th-- follow .v tuni-r, T iiu-nirv.rd I'- the i nsaCp. niTi.i af

: t I3jc.:: tbI1.V Lt. i .;;' !It t1 x; .' 1),,-. ..;,. r< an, J L-uC 1 t- v.t ;i .i superior 'A nitc.Vi I Coiir1 will IT he Id at the City nf Tallaha-M! .e. Bv or- A i.ty, 1 ifiilf, IKTSI 3 iiPurse: SI75 cr upwards A <-; r and Attorney r.ry.-a; flies ,.,:: i ;, j'.
r ; j I -free for allexcrp'I :h. winning horse of the frslday. ?? ?, r. f
> l lin d'-tto; v. n-bugar.C. dr of thr JaljiJAAICS S. LINN Clir'k.Fgl'IE '
( : : ry e'.n, Xcw t : : : ? .le- -" I : ilJC1--. fpt i-i. (; ,i,
I j 3d. I 1 raile heats f"rtltc
entrance rf the!
I'f' liaxaivi Gictn: firs; qu.uity.jS& I s:;i. C,I tlay, money
S.. W'J't first and sect ntl days. Free for all, except the hurscs :,luI.t) iruiti t.e r')1i
\; ... .. .. X'A Yoius h Hv-t's 4 1 Il,1.: il .mil TouchoniTi. : :j.t1ttrou ottI. firs L1V( .- abtr '
j % '.:J:;, jl ; ? winning the : and srcond day.1th. (inys az'i. ini.V-j fr tn 1>L- -. ..

1 .t-. ?<> .Ticks n f'.n- .. r :r4 FRESh A l TEAS. ; < iif j day, 1 sii Ie mill-! free fur all horses not rvn on tne roi: t'; \lirka4''kv.\ it th' Lr V
: :; tvi; "tt.serir re petfiily: ; < : !ns his friends rV 'V
f n : t -:1: ; 1 1n 1v .:' -* !> J3_ on.hi; p.l>lir, that }hiias lately opt ntd the a- either of th': three pi\.iious days, for the entrance ofihe ship, a r..userr'.v-: d >,....-'e MFLL v. i ife J;" V ( ,"

di"i" (_\j.ix IaL '. io\o, !. -- .f 3d and 4ihdays.Km ; the -v '..iItlT'S'i.r: is. nf-.iit two VM .* !, -. V

W .F i. "fl, ON: i'-rlc, inhalflnrrel ranee for the 1 1st. and 2d. days $,13 1 to subscril>ers !)"Cn h'TVkci, *t V %e ran ; J,1: V

S >. I. >: vt (' 'e;' 3 i 1 ;>. iK; .,.-! > .. 2. invi"l an t qturur do.i. Entertainment- and, >oO, tor.fin-sfiltscril! rs. ur 'n her, aVl! i-; :-pj; ..,.-j m S.c iu tL'r V *

Y- .. ; ;i.----!. \orv r.litf, J iI ]"*. >' th'. Eutr.inre 3d day, <10 to suL-cribcrs and j.20 ta nonFntranee Tl.tfiiJcr u ill ltr.vpul..l 'hv: n'.t.-:: r-" ?;! tr -.

> < ( c'tl J : Li Lv f 1aid, ; lc ; Lt'r: th-n; d'ee. where IJ.'anle-r.t.l: : Trn U. :r-, will fid!: < very I suherihcrs. 5iLsr'Ur, fr.\rs-f C. C. &"p. Vt V
v i3V Viili7 uliia '- I1 : '
fe.1 1 1. ; Ti"i.j"nt ..kli ) a'. iln' < !i." n in :' -rut- F1.; ClMrla : :c ', < mi-'i, M-o'.di i !u 'ri. -, S.q c'(1 OI. ft)]). I TI O\ -lib day, $3 to subscrilxrs and 510 to non- )a.t. 21.1331: : l''v' ir. V., pft

:. i'; >j>f-r.:5: (..-.t114 .'$, > :\vi'. ii i Sperm Oil, s'ihsrribt 1 fJ "jvIa.L&J1 ) -
:Vn' : 1i.p
Sv -iO.i, N : .- York ''ricu Bief, tint the Coi.aTy '
oi'jXVi Liv.-.rj-o.: l tin.-: i ..tMiiaiifotaUeuse.Richns \vi\1. 'F. CLARKE. eaf h ti iy.Il'dcr'i. SE "n arrears f.r City Tt -:. ctrcT.ain tatNtty -

( (i'f \l; 2. I -id fii'> i i iliy clu'wiu. to.'a-co, \-'ntii! > no, CM. -I i l.* >l. ..' !'. I must bo dr<-vvi! in Jrc.y! sve. TI > ITT-: -n'- refmuevai! to make TV*} *; ..un -r ietora;

r J'rr: '. 4 fi' h'-j'.HM-I aiul l.iif> j-aii h S _:ii-s .'. ill bs in ifo-.d ord.-r, a'id much spur' ui.iy be "\j\T-trd. V ednedny the 17rh d.iy of Auzj.-; 1 I'JI. Kie T.* ,njli
p. *
.tt.*\ i. 'I %a' -% iL24'r i ',. l l-'ro.i: .i !u-n iii<, l-n-.s, I'.tmos, Alm'.ndv.jth I _(Liner o"t.s s-rn T % issue on the day rhe'rcafitr li.rall Taxes that are
tit-, tl.t City rf Ta"b! ,
p r fl 4'i; : l .* i, i- I I \ iri&iy fnthtr. eilr-I: ivrry article y.ithe -p.

: b'i ) re 1. tn.I V. :t : .r ,j 1 ("iKOCKUV LINE.uii' [ SADDLER BENJ. BYRD. A-r'T-t 10. JAMES 13I.I IIIIYAX; Jr. City Mr ?nl.

G4 3I1 1r! rlfL1..rJcr'e f tlxi ti. i): >.t. : ;..- J. '. I 1- r .n id 'i':. &c. i- :> ju>; rrccivrd j r Srhr. 1
\\ M. \b< lLLlAM5f PrcsOn. '- .1 I I s '.'iittrv L. I _N !i rom \ ew A ork, in add'tirn to iiis tiaer as-

': 1J vd( mxi/ri.'V: LI '>. (l 1. s(, ,ItlCflt ; a ur< \arirtvf
17lr.l. __ _ _- : :.
.-- i uuia
; i'-i.--, At \n l :ND Dy; Goods; I I1'\vare,
J1'J.kLL.. ( ': : 't 1 ii.tLt: .. ( V. Ci1i1Ufl d .
'- 'r.'a- ( ( roci'i'ks & &
11. pessn-i&! Uy fore-. anc 1.T7tuttil tra'l.n iV '. ira '11 ;rJ't: & in : ','r '-i. ,c. .c.
Tt \ 4 .
.: ._ WLfl .t'ol: iIH Vvi i'' *' .* a' 'ii' ; .to t" 4.I_ 4 ti.i .1 C'iI1"IsiU" ;. .: '

,'. s 1i:D: ..1 ;;. : n; t. ; < d-4irrW:! C'oua. B.; > !>-, 1 U\vars old ::i br.ui. -. it: ; i 2r .t'I'j [ : S.1t1I(

:-, :':i.1 ]3Jettl t tie1f J. u 'tr.ii.r, lii | .'.i.1.i a- -'rg't :ii < liAiS, 'Al .- i'' :>, DRY GOODS

rn: MIL i < Jrt'rii'ici.v; f..rtlie hire of n n<"rror.nn j jUj i L-iihs .ii.l (J. nileiiun"s.Sho it.\.iv MiUe !'-... : fJ.-::; ., ( l \ f..li1 I :.:.. .:, : SM;>C-ior fine : -k Lj'-tir./s pnd LY.i- r.ecnsicr

.. d t 1)" zn zikii pr ii dy it ipcrie (.lt.n ( '' t C'.at-: and i t'.tjl i"ns: ,

; l' nf j. Tlie <*-"- : !' "' < f the aieiv tc ha\- si: .lFIL cit! iiir-: An_ JKI Fr wk d'M; aiiirr .> i 1 la.11 ruid ls.irt.d lark B' n.bnyetts

|1g Bailed, it whi siotbt .a.i. "l n..n-r t ( .r, IiA1S .Htl t14: (.rz%* .. S ;(3'1 -- -- tIf, a1--- r /. ., r s--'rk of Black Cm.Mit Kip; I b!: 1 b-k ii.-. I APE and so.d v; !I- <; ., ', .. .n I flFFfl

MILI$ 5c PF.RUY.r I btIts; cloth, c v-tn, re and -:nine: ; (l': h- 1'-fl"t MJJr"irIiiT Uiaiv-l'le, cr.Ioun d, and white iTJLlCKCounty.Md.I ;liy-I'I iiNTOXS, Ctactriit,1

';( rsoco.-t. 15. i=ri. i-: :;-..- t.1rs .'; d \ (' \ t'?. '. '-'- .l'4'1 $ lr: .* ,i .... .i, PROVISIONS Ii 1ena' blztck aiiL e.'tt jilaip:' :, striped in tije patent with; L'r.jrrM> .
: r (ntlarifleSlattist's, TJie
1ac' 1'k (_) i i'i h -xi.u s tri :. -- Uintmcni i< otltr .1 t.i thi Tblic as a y
I.iI{ CIi.A1iEs'1'ON. Hlu, _.-r n, hiti-nnl pink Fl-rentes. j an;! rer.Ii,1 for ti-o.-e \ .
rtzr.fdy .

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itiid itnr d i-- \ nt1] mull and
;, I
rSE pa'rmr: c.j ;r .1 j ud; fi; >:;e.l b ic ..f ij .. i auj-pvid JKI.I. .. -r-;: t U' ,Mu.sIii li'-k and Lf.m I.-av n. t'v..!Lich have so lung batiicd the iil1 i cu all

.M. TfI5CTCHOU, CapTi achor, viil ict.! for ihia .4id ti1s :1 I'ts 13 i tn.., "it a '. .c y vI Ladir t at':
f Mile, > iin and bar Shawls!
incy erae :
p j l lr.
"V"i\ '!ut /< fin-: 'f TvciVr.. Fo-mi !.: hi VV'IIITE StvELtivf.-i \vryil--
.. tr 'cj. 11 n ti'cs i>, ry .oiii. 1.1 >II--Lfl <->! w < ; I Haiuikc htfI I cit iz'd i 'I all Itl4.fl.!

or i> i'v, <)aiJU2 :M Ml l a wwin ivv i us." apply -.\ ;;1 bf M.l'l l-'V. fur Cash or: j-r %' .t.i'. 'r. I L: ( rj t..' !1. ..iri i C'i'-n-i\f-i\-\\. .u i % Bl>:r.( l arul: thread: drinks 4-1 ttn iz l'1 : ,. lace 2tl. FORK. LtGANDftCtR> of l l"1iatia.n'.
I 3 jdJM.ii.a: -. at "iauu.aLi. '!. W- ; ". T? K< .IA '- ( '. 1ccL' : 1 3d. b cIittror UI.ANDti. ; Trioci., rti ;:Lir.
-ll t.' us-i.c;; .. :** I L-iH t.\bN-do. 1's
t y > j ai M. .ai-fa n% ai1d :ra Diapcr.Fin. .
Iia" \VM. 'J. li; it- S. ly tht' '(' h't-d' n.d unieurs c.nn's
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:' j : i. : i i )in.i < I iieli Fir'' n I t ILi nJ, fo.-
: -ft -ntiau .
i-". tLL .. ?> t riiiate in ulftraitd: raiictr
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>- r' < : aiiiv pn v.Ii > :iiru t >" '.irv.: : -p ho'i-e at Si.i .- f>nc\ L' i' i in aiaI l Aneri rm priis.f Hh.
A .. FELON: i r saioe people knov. by tl.ninrie .
l.- !. : i .
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L LITTVI 01'I'i ADMINISTRATION, j : hams, i!nifNti" l'iaiL and --trij-t ; CATAI :: ti cs ry ttsnt1'r:.
lii-o'A n ami blcai-J.c! > :.i: ;.r: s and n1e.-inF.i iC"tfMi ;th. riMi'MATtc
stl f/ hem it iziy irnn n;. | Qt NUvAcAtV.7Y1 I'.iNof the j-iiit .
- rtpT.U17. ."> *'j.'' : ..... 1: "t '." :-:t-> : i.'T1 | ;tt< iru'c.I'vd .- fi'h. Srr. i\-i AND Bkri-ca of t ery descriK.oa or
fc. 'h'' l'.l'MlV-S J j 1 ,- t .. i. n i lit i f- ; -i ir' 'ht iv. :; t n iirL.! arr'.i: .. .d furui'urc cl.eck ii htC% tt_
t Li".V. t i A ,'. "A ;ioll oil .te .
; t l-in--; i.r-: .. K >-r'n a14r.ev; %!" ;; F. Sj.iT- ( .' i 'p.i-fi:1 M : .' .iv ay >f Julwxt: i-n r I .. i:i-'h} !?,' !'.' i -i : r.v' ( ::1.} r 1.. -\y .TU.--. int IS'i irs;! Pii.-, t.i; -, J:''"-i5i.s; 7th. Tr.TTEns of all kinI'. In this crri: l'ru: tlift

't'i' -1. 1 i.i .. l .4_! '('. % < '.OP "! _* iril. i K. ..I'Ci.l.t i eL.! !t&; 4.t. .il.' !.. '.. \ '.'. j\ I V. j> !'.. a I'l Mli C'iirksS;. ."i ". ii. Lc--. &e. patient in die Ointment |
fi! HI .' I f ; it j i applying; uiUitktrpthe! part
T 'i A I m_o < i ...-;. *.Jion- t d|i<> i* i r ... lu.Hy 01:1pl i r. S. > ii. r T: !. ,1 j;; OUT ofater..
: s t t! -; ; .tni i i't :. niv Db'h
.iv <- <
CA'-< *i > :ANT.: fl'1.1)* : :' ., an in ihf \i'-nry ---.liifii! >Ml t'u.Uv'.n ,i 1.-- st.-r-, -. 1_ )_ i-i.x': ..i i* k?, porkr: mid pta tt. Il :is aNixaie, of the Ix-t remedies for BURNS AVD

_ 4'4. I'"I. ilOH cn.i < 'r.a'.i .1! surea .1l_' f itui;: >. i' f I Ew'. '' S., ars, i a/a IT-, SpE Ctaa'CS.I Sc \\ED- It easts the pain and draws the fLre out m a
i-. q ---- In thi.- >-. '. -i.\ry, y*ntn_: ;r.' n -11 < prs-par d 1 f p.-c j -- I ; .. short time.
iiC! >ri.;'ni; t a and I able s'rry ns
. SALE.em E r- i 'Jki jy. i. I ity -j : a.- ?i: -- ,
a.'iOiii-ifji is':- A ly rol'-.e! :n i.u; UniK-d S. nr l"i'in. -
t ii. y \* il'' at.. i !!i' s-i I:: 1:1cf'ite'. '---i-; ii 1 (\ >ir' S ur-.v. i;.. knvrs: &". WOMEN'S BREAST, AND GLANDULAR
,.ti1jp4'i'_ ..1I; % C. r c.j. n'i.z1i h if un'1., .' >'liy! f a'iy : ti. ; lt0ra.! ]>r frowns. WELIING. it is superior f> mtdicir.e (
i 1
..iiv.i'crrit 1 i rif f vii'f any yet
; !
j ry. y rr :> ly t :> r tin r -
_ J4.. :;: 71' jp 2, Tlsr -in''.4's: t' i-ntion will .< ; ,U'i ..oihewra'-! j' 'i ilif! Fr- ,I', v. ith .L' a.-viirap.-i :!: :nil lnj- n> > GOCERIEA. kno' a to the medical faculty. It is much safer thna

f.- < tftv. :; vJ; i i' ".*.. A pJ tratnr :n1fl'ri' til-1 jfipil.,, a;vi to : r :vi nt "'Xfwv.iiMir .ml) .laai .I mercurial applicationas( it dees not contain the sn-al-
t '
I o c
i' : r rc r-t ir:
t' ; '': rw '. itli bri'i; v.unrei r:, ; 's. 11r: ( : I'i Pout and Hi ers Powder, moudi and patent Ksta'rijn ,f any preparation of that material ) because

cii.r.e's. :'!rJ : -: :,. r a -*'r, r. IT tljcj>ruifi] .il, *..H! :H- i. ;. tj! pJi.'t1 t. -. ; : :: : ii. iljs.d Shot, nnd bir l bad, sw(-( Malaga Wine, ir does not lay the patient liable to injury, from
!! ,. ihcr '
I. < % .r
iy1as! flfl'i : ( f (1p.v. t jr. rjvo.-cs, and w uhin ih- Uiiiiia ioM j.n T'-I'M d. : .: j-r ,- n. \ LIl.-:-rr. p< j p: -.f and spire. exposure to colds
The of ihe in uv.i.'ii 4tlf! of i IK toJ'i.d ill the S-.sih} i.ronu .e .; ii j-n.l '..a.'kar'v MIU ft" bottles &. bladders.
t.1ivivi"H. ijevril r vl s r.nrs MTV t.: li-m? '!.. pnivpd : ia ii'ai; t i This. Ointment bas cur'dsorcsof mnnvyeirtand
j \V.. hi; :-. f.'inr ',] tl.(- L-.nd ()ffip.. Porter -
anit Cider in boxes.
n wt! in tlie: yari. I'nm ;'ti.-- Ix'ii''t] e >f niv l-t-.uiy Irral ctliea ion, anti aq'l expc- ,;- i.i."i; -rc.-h, i?:',< ioif.J ing. Vv here it is imp', >j*>le or hr.prvtif: to L"l the
; r *ije as 'hrfo vears, I l.fitv it to c ax lif.ihby ii.'nt P.i r n f -in.i reputa !. n in V.j j IPUSi.i. r. crevnrit ty of otlur! nia1s too ir-rlious; tonv n- xrernal; r'orc, in rnnquenee of the b. r.e I'f.".mu.*
.in :ifl "..i '.e < 'i'"r. 1 < r par 4iiar': : ipply The! di>tnishuhea! hii o-i cf ::3i v'lh: cn- j < : c I.J J '- U. \\ L--ft i >! t, Ji" 6c, .1. P. liuutlr, : ion, \\ liihwi hlis farmer stork, makrs his a L. A. TA!! I'M- he '!lioji'.nc'JS'-f i.mlinr, ore a'C': tii ; :..\\ > ncr: vc-ry tw'J, wlih will be tr-IJ: low for Cash, orhortcrcdi' increase the
t Thumps* n. EMI. '4', Ar t ; -o i) ta naiys -, quantity of the litharge, remove*
v\Kr !
Law ,
Sfl 1'ioriJa. The
.ill.; t'arj 't
v. \'c"tL1L\ C J A>'T if.' li. 1: jtf,rdrdy '..,< bi i n 'i! il i-i.;,-,'('. 1 ,>, r; >: i ii .- to "o'd! n'stomcr the oiTen.-i\ smeii, ynd ta.-e tht j nin.
J -i vsMiie .flit-trmer i i m'l.ui. h'i--' c, rniii i f -
lie has uLoon! }Land
I cf Klun's
r.Ist(Cs liTV. a quantity superior
.I ). -ii. :.3 vC nl'.i's' .i : It cures th** .-crt FELONS ont UITLOTV- on an r.r-
har.ic-cr t f 'h :-a :nuii-m will iiv.n; aaefp'Kn iir1 p.t r n- 1.. ; r a' i t 1' in j.t I iv. str-cl saw C-'rtfn fiic aborted zts from 30 tr.Ti.m t pli-'ati'.n of -IS !hf.nrs.HHIMATI'MS .
] .!, --. < iJr>:- 11.. ' ni itivt' i' :i.r'-- of t"i rliii .
hl-h ill Lo.Id:
tlo: pui-li'( '. > ; w v. on a cr. dit until the 1st day
__A&J 'ti f .!i I, 1. .: ( which have trcd: so' a? tobec> jna
't : .
: :'. r'.nn'its of .iC'-r; ia i.r Al ilnn. ', uiii
....... Tjio t.'rmsfif Ta'if- n in Matienaies! find Lan- Jammry nxt.. at >2 50 tr > 73 pr saw. a systemalif disorder rtfuirc mtil-cine
- .1 't. ? to >eV u Kninv.anily
.1 ; bf .s'rii"lyat'. ,.acd t As'.i, I.?.?!i. .r''UfF' ;' I
I .- i'a-i are 1 1' dharv nn i i. trrwnnti.jrr j Cin>, wnl do well tu txamine tlinsebe'or -
.. .- p* .. ; ..1 .. ', t a' se to rem.H them cni ly. But in mosj c. inm'n -
I >li .Kj'anmcnt, >'. \as cfi I 2jpcrrr.3d I A 1iN'fA'I'iUN FR( S\LE. il.* '' -- this,
:L' si ea'tli h n i .1 : -= i '! in 3't: \\ :ins e"o Mnl'si.' caMby aj plying Ointn.enievtrr.aHy: as directed
*. ant M ri ty inTC'ivc i'1. r nov. I IKr sysUn.r ; iki *'>.. &HJ p-r ii \ I ;&i 1 itlMi1: i-,('role.-.- llrvdL'hiaiua:>l plantation : J.-n-e?. 13I.| 41'f. it will i-i\e relief. Ar.d even in ei pc>.plr,

: n ''is.rufn c :u; rU-% iloai:: Peijman-h'.p, M I Fayal'lf i' ihc end r i'c I cnn, \. n ;5ic MtWJr'Ifnis .il. -' n-5Stnr! oft oa)! { rr s <.f fir! >t ra'f bud I. a con- # .' ..I J who-e pain* ha\e Lttn <>f I'i'ti'stanuin r, il will ease

4;. niG: ravin i.\r, i"* i.'r hy, **. ry, Uel'! -'trfs. i .ral 'Mjror ti-rmtit-xn OOP fitui: r. i. fitJic( .".. of v bi..h is undfr impr .\iiii u*. I: -'-: E\.I i.X LMJ; in : i. i:..., the pain.Ti .

C-'JUJp'fittvMi. I-V"ii-h 4i E''i.-: :i' ry. Sl;<- pfinisesjny !,- 1 I 'anr.Applicui-m l >r fluiis ion t-> >,o made to the TrcasJfM '- -- t ii'.fd n iie! *-:. Audits: iny mad, t\< itiib'! f mlaiitha ; -F.K, on lhc30ih iay 'f Scptnibcr 13I. if not:: > ica cap'ains ?nd masters of vesstls this oinirnent

: tVf/y tioi'rart -tt 'ai -n: -.h m .r ihan! '. liter IN ATI! AX .si'-, anti fonruui from .Ma.uoh-i.: iienti ;.u.; ii on: iiy the 31tifMubi r will be sent to the Of nJl -V m'tst be very valuable! in wir.trr m tmr cua5t it being

txsrrif iitr p j**!', n-j.l fla T rs'irr* !f hi; 'tn.-v wlj RUIJINSUN 1 '. mii'-ifMn' of Milling: in the cotut-ry v.iJi and it to .. LI I'S' ( irh'c d. dtad 1ters. very certain in its'ttFects. en Chilblains or parts atTectcd -
C. 1J. DUT!
may I".' inr-: '(1 hcTarcwi'i : n aLe! ib.e nos' $at> ,!.- :r 1 4.- i'> i'\amiiie! the prnai--1-. Allison, A.ttis L. is.R.&R. \\ Williams. with trust, itlikewi-e prtierves its qualiucs in aHclimate
iv' ; N 'lt' ; ii ID : '
'f1 ? tf iit.'ircnsand uard 11. WnfrrV.X'( Trustres.i : -., ut', l- ; =..i- l iv.M'U! hi\T nirAX :-. V .K.iiMin, janu> i>. Linn, JanicsS.-3 --.
Ch'L :. f r i ::4flj E ari Cuitaia h r a'ii A larire ir'tss of t stiir.ony provinc the value of tlis
Asi.iiMiad :Mr i B. Moore John
ciLLi-c'ruus: SAIJi.i > Mary) 5)J- ,
bcd owi-i most r.xevllent n.ciiicine will i ; htv.n to tr.se1.o
n? ziti > % !k.,1 2. AltiLriuun James
ivl t>i>iuddJr.hnA
For Jav M'.1'!' i.-: : !h as f-'< -idy lU-ad'i'( By order of the i Frd, i ;(; .1 ... ur? j>."' -e r ti Ja' :vt -.-tin, .Mr. M'lnti 1 Juiin 3.1. 2 wi-h further hi formation .': r'j-plication! to Dr. F.LKSTONS. -
: i, -
JA.S.A. Dl'NLA. S'e'v. I -.'. uof Lir'u.i, on the fi.iu-'J, or to t.f his ...nztu acnts.
ILiniAii i\ -. S 3P.r 00 in i. \ i ; fcny :im.-
; : 1'Ji'' A w Thoma-. M ills:', J--linAnir.
Miy 1'.1.
Q'urier f-rEn-jlish! CJrammir, Ge-- :, I \l i-i-iV! inV .1: ir I'i"<:', i b tv < ill !!ic U-nal >ale : *.. 1 1. II. \\". Macon, Arthur The a'.Mi\eir.nlioir.e sold by rc\L APPOXTMESTof

pliy ..'..'. .;6 00 KEFEUEXCKS.: i-us. he v *> hs1i: tif it1- --.UiI f-a-I ji :rT r of '. < jj P.neti.n, John_2 :\la > Joiiscs 2 the icutntee and v..r.r.A\Tr.B CENTIME.F. .
f'r--1 -m-'F '. . . 2 ill- '.. l; in '- 1 12, North :rtt: Vvtiuk -:, y :. U. PERKINS .
> --uMtry . . ,1( THOS.) RA'0\L; I .! ,{I .., ion M>hijt i. iiu 1 L.La Ji.i s Mtit-re, V. ihi.mi ,
i t, j- !ii i L W V t. U. NTT A LI 1 ..;,i. 4 t l v I1.- la Md* of Ar.n'ii f'raw ford, lli'.n and llrnn.. Jotui Ma -\Valtt rlJ.iirown F briary Cih 131 S7tfA

LoaZLEI r. 1 Eutv.: (i \ *:TI.-.j; : *. J.i\- n. I 1 1Or ("ricr.nd i : v .lii n tie'iiip'&a, eLtixi-I _; l >a itt_ iv;ih&r, l r.J. I 1. C. Certain cure ibr the ITCH IH
i-al! iv'f--n* d by llenj. I IIay'- &.co. roniainin 'I irt."frfO 1
i. ti-e 5"r.iT.FS.; : ( I..j. ., liN; n t- raticisli:1. blurry, -'u an
oE\ Kit mvtttraie; in USE HOUR'S APILICATIUN -
.uuscha- will; I ofa r.t'nui't ,
: : -ar.o.l sx i y-'a ujJi : ors e uc ;: J rU"UAhakfi' Mat hiu .Ithn-2
HA.V.J..I-C; -K ..f J. G. -Sc HeiLE ; :-jfyn! c Taxi s r iTRIE'S OINTMENT 1 ii 6
I n j. I lay"t'! -'. and I L. M.Monc.! 1 Indl\dual; taxiA. --. l lV, u'ing preparation, r
J'i.n-} 2 Manor
GOOI ) 4. 1.: .j'I 1' ti: V U d '1Ri j'r ue uil I .t e1ilt: (it saiL. L j, RalphVilkr.Ju..n ptas.mincN! \ safety, expedition, case aii'l certainty,
A i_ ten ..sioO G; MAYS iiilury, !* litsll.ackltdjf ] : -3_ stands unrivalled for the cure of this m.uble-cii.e coinplaint. -

Vit1)o! to the 5PJE7V Q { Auin them will ills Sur.erf.! Tax' collator of -ksouCo.f,>r Isi'J.FOll : J Miles \\ B. It is so rapid, a- w< II as certain in its operation

bu found, Pit.vs'.-.,-, u !Ba-n':: '. 1 ih I "l -n I J';. xi'.am: \\ liiiAt.iLhuiiiherhn -'> ..rman, Grace as to cure this disagreeable disorder mosl anectly

10M nic.csisirt'-d Fr.ntsJ It'll, li.u-M si HU.c Hit-- P.k" t'&I -- it. W.oiMilU ain,3 thin in one hour's applicati .'i only !

_ ) 1. 1'ts' 3 -nd 4.! S D-Miicsticks, H'B;:" 1 XtL's. _-. --o.ip, sLE.'pNJ j % I li.l c \Y.L ( )-O its, G i orge W It does nut contain the least particle of mercury, or

SO ?!, :;V-roChth, lutiO() Lo\f aiil I Lump Siujor : Cpn. r still t compl'C' ,.;Hr Sucar Skim- uitUb t Ale.xandtr W.v Jj1\ ry, James A. or other dangerous ingredient: and may be appiitd

St : 'ittoB.inkt-t! :, 5.KM( Lb<. Bac ii, _, W mers and Ladii *, lopairo; llcrse! Mill Stones, aiipbell! J. K.C'ooptr ic jv, aiij' with perfectsafety by premium female*, one chikireu

: 10 iJiito F' uiKlai: orteil, 200 I S.irks Live i.j oil Salt t, .t.-!k lu be ill' d to itflS. 1 litnry'aniplitll Firkins, I eiry! B.I .-2 a; the breast. Price, 37J ctnts a box, with an.ple tlirtctn -

50 I Dozen r-.t on and Madrass Handkerchiefs SHU) Sacks Corn,, rF.TTuNkF.MORY.: K'ti'trt Perry, Amelia G.Frue us.I .

*:') Pieces !) .ir D"-k, 2<)Hi, Ca>kscu, : naSN, 'F ,:,' ', Tu1s I 1d 1iI 7It ( iiriiil.rrs, Joi.nC I'ipr'ils' 'c.hiiuon I r- DUMFRIE'S REMEDY FOR THE
a.iuheru annaIR.! ..'arua.Ptrr .
3() lJcJ > ,
Splnulij Cover?, 1(14)'(( B.irifis l Iiiin!
I- lark, i'anici \ B.irrtlIVnny FILhb !-The proprietor be's licveto recommend,
3 Tiaxc Xo. 10 Cotton Car l' r; > d V ,
< hiffl.i-y .
JOl) a1.1es' and flritlk' Til,) Sacks; Ilaxaua Vofi", .Oi1A'JL1O I.- i'runi, Mr.I'antv S.ttt'l (hich he dvn-s wih the fule! >t Conr.dence) one of the
r, Shi red I!. most valifaMe remldies known for this trouble-ome andpiut'ul
50 Pkcf \ ,
Cotton P.i; Liii12 Incli, i:." K 'Lpa I Dnjiojii Gun Powder
Jint's Ptnuin Janus J. ; cvr..plaiiit. AVuhout insr into detail, Le
Iii !! 'rr K Irish Po.utocs, 5" 1. / t (Ull ,
20 '". toOnit-ns, fit) K, hinl : ( :.L I .tv '.' jli, !>. V F.irrit, J--hn deems u noiiich to say, i.c has in his possession iL
------ s
3'; :v Cli-sitrii B"M T, 50() Bun-l.sMa-kcrfl, I n i a\ &d, Be njuiuin Fat y, libhardJj undoubted testimonials that i: hasnwrc completely

1 Fi-'cc Scotch Carp 'tuiT very superior.&SQ 20 (&taI-r, : casks Malaga, Wine 4 i Miiull,'lcksin iloUtrtM/n, \m.. -3 answered the parp -' e for which it is intended,
than > medicine.
-& 21 1 1 Pair Kduard JUe, Ausclinit'tris any ohcrp puar
lil! Moiits
D..:* rxpectinu jxr t-n-- .nAllSY: from the same 10 Tl.llsC-iMinus; Dudley, M. U. ll..tzItdrac1t This remedy isjvrllctly ir.nrcentin its application,
4IZj4' Iii linu /.acchcusDur.can Li.t-y to all conditions, aces, and sexes. Full urtvtions: ,
I1iAlL : 8 Tons I In.n : ; ,
of the &c. each
deM"ription complaint accompanying
:.0 BARHCLS first QUALITY GENESEE Th-.iinas Smith, Rev. M.-
With a ofBRY.GOOTh. > 'I homasM.h'tiles jacket, which consists of two boxes, OINTAIENT
F.tiR. nt1; n.'v 'lii tt. great variety 'iu' .n, iIrIier,
50 pK.rn DtMX',. MACKERAL, -1.'tl kcr,"',Vitiiaiu IL J 'seph C.t and ELECTUARY. Price, jl for the whole or 50
if but of the articles is wanttd.Cj .
ceius: one
20 ar. * MAIM i 'IHA, tnd SICILY MA- ? /' .'thtr\Ir.r., Sktet, Samuel
-'None centime unless the
are signed on outside
PEiA.1N1s, ofc\ << U'TALiTY. %' ,- __ I nk< Ilev.William Simpson, PrcsonShtssom
Tic: whole <.-.Wli %\ iI! U- viM cheap: for Cash, or GROGSAu ('it-it, John J.Standley printewrapper, by proprietor,
unineiliate successor to the iate Dr. W. T. COXV.'AY. -
;in oxeha.i t> fur < > i T X '.r 1 iIT l1S.S I-iudley Asa James
;. .."ks. O 17 SM: n-3t. RIES &C.Manohia FlakeViIIiam Sluarer, Majr.V Fur sale at hiscuuntin room, over No. 99,
-_ ', ': fl At 1'. i_ ais: I '- .r ama ay FI1 'an Field-, John C.-2Q laylorVihliain Court street, near Concert Hall, Boston: and also! by
31 18 .
.ut 4cedveIP : ( : iii I h1 inM' \ ;a! : tii', in a. < -Green,T. J. '1 ayior, Andrew his special appoininun', by [No 1.]

LIEJ1tcAH L1V ti.Ii t n> I the >ub srnluT,! .1 'a nt m ii.t 1 TI ieciou; I lnvf&! t'irefl, N. T. 'J'nnellJosephiP. E. 15. PEKINS, Dr.ccr.1 T,

> .''* - '! (eddie, Alexander Thomas, Kdw ard L. TALLAHASSEE, Marr? 10th 1S31. 2dtf

if0t."sli lic'f C'T.N, it--pu.'lK- .-nspeclf. : .1. y ,. .nijMi /,.t, ,.i j.. ,h j.l.' .i i ntMc frfiriA vahif of tin- property must be |i Gibson, Dr. L.: R.-3j Turner, Sarah McllANlietMcCART\ ) PLTITION TO 10b
JJbIs. Academy'' r_<-- II. ,<. i-, ,,| r ]1' > a 'd, and saLI'.tetory c\i-Knre furni-hedof the S. Moat-
100 s. finfiUoward; ,
Strccl FLOUR, tl.ttlcc if \r. p', '- 'b j Graham, Archibald: Thompson, Leslie A.-2 >S. f CLO-F. A
15: do ;AUOKF.REL, 'i .i i iratts of I the n-prr-Hitatii'ii, and the ,oo t'f 1'tiitui
40 di IURHINGS! (Susout-hana,) i. i, : character of the applicant. Tlie M l hrn v f if the Otfice, | Graham, John Timers, Simeon hE Dciendan and all others interested, are here

., 50 SACKS SALT, I y ordtrof 1 ll! ant t f Tmsics'L. and its Itirnes-anti pun
,- 1 f,* U s. ACON A M ? (snpcrior,) Aii"i A. THOMPSON! .S cn/rrv.. li(-iln.. L. B. PE11KINS.Tuli.i l iu-rcins George James G. has been this day filed iu the Office of the Clerk r.f die

*. ] v"' '. "s-thfCMrn, can Lave 17'h 1P.H 'f i p, Pel-. 22. 1S11.I 27tfFOU Holland, Dr. J. W. '\ -\ ass, E. B.2 Superior Court"of the Middle District of Florida, "

: credit until the first ofJanuary by giving a bond with so1 T/JJti .A.E1J/rS'T'flE .I6'Iti/4\ NJV: ORLEANS. Haughton, F. R. Vanhorn, James and for die.county of Leon.

i.uU i 11Y 'CAR'I' Y.IB. Till ihasMv }&asjut rccci\cd How el, Julian VkkersBriant JOHN K. CAMPBELL. Solicitor.Nov. .
IN per Slp Exert, a pr ItiF ..i'' g -.I ? .M'i:' 14-IV tj
i7 i ifiti r' tf lar esujiply' f s. : cehrPb'i'Ell Harrell, Wiley (jy_White, Thomas 23. 1830.

and Commission Businel Fresh Sweet Superfine Flour j Handley, Josiah \ ebb,1'. his FOR SALE.A .
: urage ; U. SWJIIM .T1a.fer $J-Jerdan, Caleb West,Charles B. will
Jli subsTilvrhas created at S nrVs Fre.sli : Complete set of BLACK-SMITH TOOLS
; a Charleston
C4fl- Rice Will : Vnnson Charles Wiihans J.
run as a regular Packet ,
( between sold low for cash the barof the Planters'lintel
) vuiitnt WHARF AND STORF HOUSE rd apply at
Majnoli and Xcw 2 --Kelly James Wilson James
Superior Canvas Hams ; during the present sea- in AfairnolJa. Ccu 1331 ?
vili rwrcive herotli .
and forward ffods! and produce, on ira'ona' son. Freights or Pa.vsaj I e'secured J nelly, John Williams, John
: on nppliratiun
tcnfls. "TI VTOTIIY M'CARTY. Bacon, N. York Dryed Beef, to Geo. A. Phelps &. Co. at New-Orleans, or j Kemp, George W. Willis, George S SLT. SALT.
S 'JntF.
_Otf Fin flavored Old Mnnonpu-cla, Rye Whiskey Win. G. Burso.s, Mapio'.in'! Dec. 21 i. 1S30. 1St 2i Larkins, Ned Williams, Jos.T.-2

And a fresh supply of Spanish! Ci J Lanum, Squire Wood, Samuel Eight luuiured Bushels Turks Isl3fl1

I With a numlx-r cf other articles, all of which is of TO RENT. Lofton, James Walker, Benjamin SALT.
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