The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: November 26, 1836
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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THE FLOItmI4LL THE subscriber respectfully NOTICE.! informs the.publk r a.

u he will have the tKLHSJ KBi4fl3)lUjlBL :

thoroughly repaired and tilted up lorIke

reception of those who are willing to patronise r
i .. hm by the tenth of December next. He pledges him.

"LAISSEZ NOUS FAIRE." self that every attention shall be paid for the accommodation t

: and convenience of his patrons. I

U3't wmQ WtlItatJCDi1'o Al1LtL w S} m i1C 7IUIU3IZli at U 3Dc 'YLc- -vua t7J- UatQ .Tallahassee N ov. 20th, 1835. A. A.15.FISHER.if
Ointment, <* utl rf'd to ihb) publie as! art ,
(Ite ruin r''mniv! fir lhI-e I obstinate 4tsensesanJ -i------- __ uj__ -. .. BARNARD $ CO.

...... CI'i .. vi CI'Dn cyeeevakd! 10 (eet.IS" .m I II A fresh supply of this VALUABLE MEDICINE I HAVE received by recent arrivals a fresh supply : !
MEDICINES most of.
dodo d() 20 do anCI I just icceived. 4whiclihive
It ..
dlJ p been selected for us. Among the numerous '!- .
I I' (Ho dodo A.r>
do articles are some superior Wines ard Brandy, t, !
((5 .10 80db eai MERCURIAL which have been selected for use of the sick.
fl do LIGHT.-At one-third tat They hope by strict attention l.i: business to merita
l CO REVOI.VIKO liberal share of the pmronagcvhtch: has been heretofore -

(foUl the Hole in th3V3.I, ((08 th't j\t LIBRA.NTEDp T R 1 P P E' SConcentrated extended to the establishment:: of Mr. E. B, '

1D1 of Abaco[ Inland is called) this Pukins, : ((jct.. 1st, 1836: 8 if) :
ai puma .. .
; has been erected, in 25 de.;. 51. Sarsaparilla ------ -- ----- -- ---
"oulle : f *
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and deg.: west :
rth'latitude, : WtENmU: AI <
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base M SO fet nbove high water, t'DW: the 01 Lr.
Its? FOR[ THE CURE OFScorfitlous use Hunter' inesliuHitiie .'III!!. per

|L\ Tower: i is 80 IVet high. The-light re. 1 'Ei-f."? of either sex, if they carefully f follow the ..
', Mercurial,Syphilitic and other diseases very valuable plan, and copious tircctions4accoiit.
'rt'owre in every: mirrnte, and may be aCeD % FU LL supply of ndreths' superior garden > :
panying them enabled
I;? except where the high parts ...BJierb and flower SM&just received and warantod WHICH DEPEND UPON A are effeclually'lo eradicate a
jjrcciien* I DISEASE and to restore lost health

,K Watid intervene ?; and being 160 feet lu-sh Dec.; by'iGth, 1835. 30tf E.B. P RKINS. SCROFULOUS HABIT OF BODY. I I with ease, safety and certainty. in a few diys.tEfThe ,

of the sea it will bt vitftble! inwrather without exlen.-ive sale and unexampled success! of f
ibc level prepared by a new process:;, boiling, and is 'I
1 fC TI this Medicine, in this and other and '
the distance! of warranted to contain !.ia c.centrated torm, the active pnnctnl'
r '1 A DDLER Y.-Just received a splendid l.L tOWnS throughout the Union. for the last tine n -
tle"lted0! ) feet. assortment principles of the root,obtained from the most approved years
U i liltf: to an eye : 7 Gentleman's, Saddles, Kentucky abd English spcices of sniihx. liuring which r was satisfactorily prepared by !.Jr. Com,

J7 do do do 20 do ;tern f-____ __. way iiicunle.i'ibly prove, that when used with the LNJiC
) do do 50 dodo ILADIES supeiior Quilted S.iddles./ Its efficacy has> been repeatedly tested in private ; ION ruYVDKKS.: it cllccla a thorough and.
19 d, .L-'e.T'sand Hems best practice in the successful treatment of the worst forms speedy cure of that dreadful disorder denominated
style, warranted English. A HE D :rtJULKLV: I iron, the
do 80
U d. ," Pclliam's, Snaffle, and \V' ynloulh.. ol the diseases, for the cure of whi *h Sarsaparilla is PREP HOUCK Baltimore vcgciabk- mailer by Scourge of the Human Race. I

l'berei ill i! good anchorage (du.Jng ordinary5)iti 2 :belts:: of Four Hoisc Wagon Harness. recommended, after other preparations of that medicine taken with perfect safety,by all ages ,&which in all disczi.cs may: be ".* The PILLS are accompanied, when the case requires -

10 and 11 fathom, with the Light 6 Cart do the Panacea, &c., had been used without effect. its cure are lor the folioing diseases : it, with the INJECTION POWDERS.

) E. by N. about half a mile For sale low, on the usual terms by \ number of cases of extensive ulcerations, and affcctio.s Loss of Appetite, Indigestion, Inflamation Iysf.cpsia the 'IO., CERATE: ; these constitute u most powerful medicine

oU", bearing 1" G. II. & T. E. LINDENBERGER.ihfUppcr of the bones, in simple Scrofula, and in Mercurial mach, Heart Burn, DI1'- ha. 'Flux applicable to the various stages of this Protean disor
Uyscr.try Piles
The time of high water athod and diseases have or ,
Svphillic permently
shore. der. FuIIand:
III i &the! part Monroe st. Fistula, Obstructed Mensuration Auc and Fcvrr plain directions, with a popular! treaties
at 8h. Om. and the tide ri- Tallahass.cc by its use in 3 }months, without any otAcr treatment explaining the various and the
change t:* ; 31st August:: 1836. 3-tf Billions or Remittent Fever, Typus Fever, Scarlet symptoms, mode ot
except the most simple applications to the parts diseased. Fever, Small Pox, Erysipelas or St. Anthony's Fire tieatmenl, accompany each box, so that persons! o
feet. for A trial of two or three bottles, in similar: cases either themselves.
AsthmaPleurisy Measles Yellow sex may cure
r... T1CE to Lesccsand Commissioners School will prove the efficacy and importance of the pre Wind FeverCostiveness Puce of the Pills box th
-- ... '..ands. on the Stomach or bowels Cholera !Morbus! \ $1 a ; Injection Powder
alt- par lIOI1. Consumption Influenza, Colds, Coughs, Inflamation and Cerate fU( cents each.)
FLORIDIAN. cit Be it ,marled by the C vffl/danIILrgi.slatit'rColll1-/ It has been found particulacly useful after calomel of the chest, Palsy, Gout, Rheumatism Infiarr.aiory (03' Prepared horn the original Recipe in MSo

vj the Territory c,{ i-'londa, '1 hat. the Territorial where that medicine has been given ficeiy: in scrofu- sore throat Croup, Inflamation of the heart Dropsy, thela eJrV.. T. ConuyLJy his immediate Sun

f-r-m; .: -- *"''rcasurer, be and he is hereby authorized, and it >li.ill lou> h.ibils. or i in thocure' of certain disease. :t is Rickets, Diseases of the Liver, Jaundice, Difficulty cessor: and the :Sole::; Proprietor; '1'. KIDDER, .

I ,.:r .Ipj s. ,II" I : 'I..'. IC ,' .. .-. 'HI .S t-- IIH'li' .. alt11111' |,. I II" I .... his) dill y to demand, sr.c for, and r"'tivt': alt I i ..;in admirably ealculalcd in such cases: to remove all dis, of making Urine, Glect, Hysterics, Nervous & Scro whom they may be had at his Counting Room, in

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.n 11f1", f'' la : .< a .1_ .! v ni\ "t.I\IC' I I J-cliool) Lui.ds in tilis I crritory ; In 1"'
f.V: 'it1U', ('. .lr"C '' .: i. ii-. : )' -i:.1.' t'. IIi i nv II e.. missjoners appointed und.-r t'm' e\'j");a'a, t I" )iti-: t.i:.;e when ihisy_lem is mercurialized. The use of of the skin, &. all diseases .irisin from Impure Blood!, near Conceit Hall. Boston, and also by his appoin

!'KHiwj1I\' ,'1'11'' III fh. ',f ,t ; I 4F.. 4III1I! .i1Cit.; ""Y'lelUI1lI1l :inu:;; II) said huviaii, acei :not ..f rii-ir i n< imps; uiai''i 'MXcr: 1 l\\ o but.les, on '-rdinaiy' occasionsof kind, &c. Price per bottle '$2. menl, (together; with all those other valuable Alcdi

I. t I' : t'. I.n ,,0 p..l.. tIh' i"t ::;....1(11i'1I \; s.i'1{ acts, and\ lo re, ..r! '!h i I'. ,. un u. I liy t., tlux<:- will p.ovr: an effeciu.il securily against secondary dis- This medicine has a powerful effect as a Spring and cines, as prepared !by the late Dr. CoNwAy,) by

> 1:;". ,;rit t IK It1:; HI .tl '.:4 ,1 CWclI lH." iwd I'edlIf cutuc! lo be laid l III !t..f'' 'i.! ,. i ... ,: 'MUO, ; Council I : J'rofi tiiscb; .11101 i .1 i: recent ses, will! effect a perfect cure, Fall Purifier, in those whose constitutions require BARNARD Jr. & Co. (No. C.)

"I.ic'd% / ,'\14 ht. c1 f II .1" .jj"ul1r: tll.', ;'::11"11 l slIr- iriied, as loconlinn atu-riJ! or 4 iloM-N of calomel, of 5 or b grains each nourishment and new vigor ; such persons would bo DRUGGIST.

.lrI'1'I\; \ I ', ","' hirh, f.r' n...vefl ) leas.s )1',1'' i j"v. in leiofore! been! made hy the night and iiioriin/ g, have been taken,followed. by sake much benefitted by using two or three !bottles, which Tall:1ha: !lfe. June 2:?, 1835. 30tf.

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,:f..dh" ,' '"" 1a!' ..j j ]1'111'! ,.tU/I' I .1'idl\I'II':. O'liin % 41 Approved, 1.-ill. February l IK.UI.: (; The al .vc valuable article for sale at the Drug persons are diseased for the want of blood being pu TO THE ASTHMATIC AND CONSUMPTIVE
.* lu, .'ll! fill Jllidi fin HE most and fatal of all Diseases inc
I 'n-w t"" .1"4''' w t TRbAM'RT Jr.1 AwrM.N1 I rified. Thousands of : prevalent
r : 'i/cre of LLVliN \ EWAK1 persons are destroying their constitutions
r! ', I !I..I' II' ," .' ::1')': U. HI"tII"1, as; ;i d!, elcll! d! T.casurer'sOlli'-c, Tallahassee, Aug. ls.t, IB3G.In 5 ..IguLt01 FLorida by neglecting to ap;>!Iy a properremcdy to JL dent to ci\'ili/ed society-the Conlumplion-may
.. 4' ::1 I :i..I"\ t' it'f--HtI..lr in e *..r "fin J such the Panacea will ; generally>e traced lw the least Alarming of disorders,
be .
I the) ( Tallahassee 3d 1836. : ociiif-.rir.ity! I 10 foregoing net ami instructions: Sept.[
; !but estimation it
il I 41.f l -idcdl I Iv a slight neglecledculd. By
,,,.> I"l 'If t l 1"4'" I 4'"i"' :rnri' :;is < a :Certain and effectual miansof them appears
: :, i it I .'tun. :(, I '.' 'IIn' elt Il.jClI.; the undcr'-i':iUMl!, hereby notifies: all lessees of JSclio.! .I health : restoring to llut one bundled and! fifty thousand personsdie annuul- t
(' Lam to call l and tin- rents dui on?) -.aid l.iinls. SALE on leiibonable terms perfect and v ;or ; few families are exempt
., ,'R': ..) .. .sh'nmt\ ItolfClI1StClu, p.u from Scorbutic Affections y of the consumption. Most! of these dreadful results j
I" WHLSKEY. which
50 Subls Balumor rectified exhibit various
.," ui. '.. n'vi v:t.tlt"i "]"!' ,"!ion 4 if. I I ln" r"IIi.! tl lo them by John Y. C arty, couiim.s&iinicr: undrr symptoms may be attributed to common cold, and a negligent
la'. M its IIt'cl.ti",1: cd'-c an act I of l II...: 1'I islaiive council! clf> Klurula. l pa,>si-d 23 do Old Monongahela do as Eruptions, Ulcerations, Debility, Losscf: Appetite treatment of the l.irrasdng cough that generally ensues '
\ \ i 'l .1'"> 1.' i : and .
'I. ,1'f" I tlieJl I, \' .voiiiber, I IH'2'J. And all e.iiMiiiisioiicr-. ap 25 do do Peach brandy. Digestion, all arising from impure blood, which is l followed difficult
; ,
usually by breathing painin
ji'-'C n Mni uend tIc
iii) MMIIM iioij.i< IIM
eat \ i 'i 1' '' W. C. MILLER. and ;if not properly attended to !
,' pointecl I 'In'!, r 'HI ae< !passed!; the 15ih! day of Frl 'atyJ are sure to produce the side, and at last Ulcerated Lungs. Violen and :
,> I c: 'n d! Ir. HslG: 8 ifDllY the injury to constitution. Panacea i is !
Marks 1 Oct. 1 greatest
cifu'lv J loJ'l, ale r' 'qu bUd to I ie].ort f.ir.hwiili this department ( : t. recommended repeated Asthmatic attacks, also bring on Consumptive
1 a i -r, *<'f\. frs in all seasons of the and in
J)1I.A11FEflfl' : (). <'I f their proceedings made in conformity lo the year, particular symptoms. One or two dollars expended in the purchase
act of J IS34. CllAULEri TIN, GOOD, HARDWARE, BATS, & a3 nrevenlative from all c iseases in warm climates ofDUMFItIES
\I,i.r u'', !11, vtuns;, *)nclorol JinUviii'sOint-' ,
!" jtri | 1m Treasurer of the T. of F. 1\/ E arc receiving; our Winter supply of Goods, and those persons, when diseases are prevalent by ,
mcL:! 'II'' .It' h.' oIl'I'II'JlOw"' I.u'1.lrt\1 1.ij \1. V. taking the Panacea three four times
V w hich we cflcr for sale low, either for approved or a wecj.k.or thre REMEDY FOR THE PILES

; :>v3 1.1.:..:.-r-J- :. Full and Winter Goods.: credit, cotton or country produce.-We lui\e on or four table spoonful's when going to bed, and the The proprietor begs! leave to recommend (which he

r P.< \tvi:,:.: 15 .nbi$ro, 1 had lll 'nl much of nn- AltTIN &HART have received from Boston hand person may fear no apprehension of being attacked does with the fullest confidence) one of the most \a Iu Ii

.- :ti:, ;n I ii:: 'ii von ;'pjnjl'; l It ;1i.r the p'i'ilic ;aS 1'1'11jcttlr 1'. New York and Philadelphia! a very large and i Assorted qualities Negro Clothing, with the Cholera, Yellow Fever, or anyolhet disease, able remedies known for this Iroublesome! and painfu \eo

t1:1: -'1f'.t I H.T-'I-I"i !"' Jikikins'i I P. Specific j ointJ. $I complete assortment:: of seasonable: good Their I "meCloths!: C \i&incls, and Sailinctts, as this medicine is a valuable restonuive of the system complaint. Without going into detail, he deems it t

"lenlI.Idf'' 'hy ( IL,'rtVnf; near I-'n'i'.cricU'! IM.iry-: friends and the public arc respectfully invited to ex- : A splendid assortment: Calicoes", Muslins, Prints, ,thereby invigorating the constitution enabling noiihi to say, he has in his possession thc most un .

u'h"I' 1 : "('!U! a<*
,,' I i", I P. ,I:. nmv, ii I I.t 3 perlormcd n cure on a OctihM, J I83G. I J-2ms Figured> Swiss, Jaconet Cambrick Muslins. tendency to all those disease? which originate in vitiat other popular! medicine,
"">n'of1' in"fil" t.Jil' 'wih; the IMcs. Having my- Merino, Circassians, Uombazeites and Challiettes[ :-d blood, diseased liver, depraved appetite, or pre This remedy IS perfectly innocent in its application, '

>!I'Mi l >'.-ii i < .11\] i M r )I..r ::.'.IIII* y('Irs with tins distr ss- Thibet and Valentid Shawls, disposition to affections of the luns.It : to all conditions ages and sexes. Full directions

c. ,1 ",,' ini'n siT.itin::ly :iipp'i") vmir 0 t- COTTON COTTOJN Corded :Skirls:: Childrcns Aprons resembles, in point of taste and flavour, a rich I description of the complaint, &c. accompany each

m- '.1 i .,1\ t i1 ,1';,-, m1 aui 'ir-tini" -i tl.U I CHI s.iy 'U ; E will give the niches: tnnrket ]prices for Cotton Iribh Linen. Iiiper.nnd fine Shirtinjrs cordial rather than a medicine. Every person alter packet which consists i of two bo e'l.' Ointment and

', .i ...,': !, .-i iui 1",1! 1 1C iS \' V delix'ered ihisplace! St. Marlcs.or M .g- Hosiery, Kid and Silk Gloves luking) mercury, in any way, should have rc-'Onrse to Electuary.:: Price, $1 for the whole, 01 ;GO: cents cUt !

C -*11.41; !_ r-t"..', Lniiidnrd} st. nol a, nnd will rni-ke :liberal advances shipments: Lamb's wool Shirts and !\et Cotton Drawers one or two bottles of this medicine. In the decline ( f one of the tides i is wanted.

VMx, I tu: a iaN.:: i.!f utini.i.i's: ; MBV I hrcis'I.M : tu Liverpool 1 N. YUll'l or N. Orleans. Pilufield C..rds, Jeans, and red and while Flannels. life '>r when the system has been impaired by excess, f

i y n I l.'o, mv lin 'st. vr ';ltI\' inflannd, MARTIN & HART. Osiuil-Hiigs, Bjgging. anti! unbleached Cottons, it nourishes, strengthens and SUpplII ts it :-It is i Iot To those afflicted with Corns. f
Oct. -:2; 183G. 11-Jms silt' Pearl Du'ionsTape; and thiead.Enibobbed presuming too far to add, that it actually prolongs Inc.
: Albion Corn
: '!;' i 1" y !I. 4 ; M-I-.tIh.l r :pjti :ir Buckrams, and! gilt Buttons, i This Panacea has been introduced to the public fora THE .
< v: u.1'V! i4 ; -In- told men --- Dimity, and at lie same time.dissolves and draws
Petersham and Flushing Box Coats, I I short lime, and has received more testimonials in its the Corn the roots without the lea
: I r- ii-MI;;. 4-i.i: -' ni'M.iliN \\ uli it, ind was Cotton Gins. out by ; pain.
,. Coats and Round Jackets II f ivo-ir for its efficacy, in so short a time, than anyoth CEllTIYCATt1'0 those afflicted
with Corns
'. Pea
i IM\ ; l.(: Inn i i. il IK-'" d p I 'ul:.<-n to on
1 !..ul IK,t 11 n .i'1! I .nx.isij, : Jinjkuis'! 'Ye'h.I) rrccivc in n few days, an sor.ment: : of! Kentucky Jeans.Devunshireand. steel mixed plaid, I er m'dicine ever discovered, and its nan'e at horn i and their feet I doceriily, that I have used ihe Albion Corn !
Couon: Gins made by Campbell and Glaze, formerly Pantaloons. I abro uJ, will induce hundre! s, thousands' lo
ii !It ]1.4nt':<..' II .-iif'1slid..I in like casess :" be blue and black Cassinct aye, apply 1'Iaiter! with cOlllplete..ucce Before I had used ono
of Louisville G n. Persons wi4iinx ;gins, can velvet Vests single lor il, to the true virtue thereof. '
I I.t l u i "M'<'ltiul'' t" tho diicctioiis! : $ ac- iron Gin"ear Swansdown, Merino and silk reap box it completely cured d Corn which had troubled me
supplied) by leaving their orders! -also cast and double breasted. Notwithstanding attempts may be made tA impair for 1 make this for the benefit ofthose
'i''in' :_. i :nJ! t 4, .UI''' all\ pain was S"1"'J; it tlu ir orders: many years. public
will be furnished to those leaving i Cotton and red Flannel Slit ts. the confidence of the public in the ctlicacy and ctiraMe ; afflicted with that i>anulcomplaint.Flu :: I I
',8..1' :II'f! '.d 1 4hs4 "';; u:":' C'liiljOIlS1r, nnd !""IIr MAR IN HART.Oct'22 .
I Mil' "< 1111' d\y.: tit<- nTu-f from xtrcnic pain at t our store. Ducking and Bird Guns. po" er of this medicine, it will go on tn conquer >hmg, L. I. Feb.'Jd." WM. SIIA \V. .. '
; 18'JC.: ( ll-2ms! Shoes Hats disease, relieve the aflbctod, and earn for itself the good
A full assortment Hardware, Caps, PRICK,50: ) cents a box.
1/1'1'1 'I t: :' 1 ; ;1 \\ III III'S llIlIi'II\H'lIl! : !\
Itll d.,)'"! I'.j i .T,' her "ivtsi I" Its: intuit: btalc and in and Crockery ware, for sale by opinion of thousands and tens of thousands.: Already [IEr None are gcnuinne unless' signed on the outside

"'"' It..', .- '111UT: : \\'.'oll1rldt'. ( r'UI.:; L.il... .fc... '..1'. .P..... .TiNitr1flTZRRR........ -J --.---------_ it has earned for itself a name which das'ardlv attacks I.. printed_wrapper, by the sole proprietor, '1'. KIDDKR, _
I C. HEIISTOSFicu'Ti.K : {"' 1-'--- .:, (.; ... ,.1... ..: ,. TallaliassccOctuber 29, Irf36 12tfCOTTON ('*mllt reach ; thai such is the fact, the number immediate successor to the late U.:. W. T. CONWAT. "
of ICIUM'S in possession!: must fully satisfy the most incredulous For sale at his Counting Room No. H) ) Court
:; i-i u.ity, April:3;, J i2i.t.I:1 : IN over ,
: \ AIJ. i' DI''' : rlOS \ S l ; GINS. ; and were it necessary, there could! be oh- street, near Concert Hall, Boston, and also by his .I

",'- > L s. i it ( 1 LII i cld! .--,111 ..C.1.%UtS, Cumberland\ .,, and Lamed numerous testimonials undcrthc sanctity of tie special appointment, ny (No.4)
fHl HE friends and acquaintance of Campbell oath of those who after suffering the most acute anti 4
v., $
ii iri
l I. \lj' !1:1"1", it" a:;(:ut fur the sale: of ; B for- ',"
flrW'm Glaze; are informed, that by calling on our long protracted illness, have been entirely restored It* Tallahassee Feb. ,,a I l-2id,. 30 tfcoREMEDY _
.i liuiKn.'s\ ointment nnulfl i in-
(latent; s-ptcmc! mer agents they can be supplied wiih Cotton Gins of health, but it does not enter into thecooipiehension of .
''r-U \0 ill I l.r' 1 IH astilllicttjdilliusnre
: ti ; Minim* r IIACI'LE"\r the best cpiality, either Cast Steel or Iron Saws, to many, how it is possible botanic medicine to effe-'t '
-1:1':I 1IIIII'.t'I .IudKII! ( Minim:nt induced, : inc lo }ret ROBERT thc above arli- FOR RHEUMATISM.
suit purchasers. All persons wishing snch wonders in the healing art, as experience has
1'. D. i'' 11-1'i a i n t not 10 !beof.Mr. llcrston's E pain-the decrepitude and deformity .
tjiipjM'iied I .1 l excruciating
Commission viz-C. C. :
8* crcianSALE
well call then but such the
Auctioneer cle, will do to on our agents, proved competent to perform, are T
rutie I u-eii u .uvoidii" lu the printed directionJIM -, Williams Lconcouniy: D Williams & Co. Jefferson facts that they cannot be denied. and the premature old age which arc the

11'\1.| -2 hi'pi( g, t.inj \\o c.MrlliTkiiiiib DAYS, Mondays & Saturdays. county; Wm. D. Harrison, Gadsdcn county; J. and Tie! above medicine can be obtained of G. H. &. 'I'. usual! attendants of the disorder, are suffered by ma :w '

hiiisc traveling; to I ihe w duinm ihi1 tinii"m looking lit the ointment of Ihe numerous pretended antidote to effect t1iz
*1..1dl1< 111,11)):idiatty:! }ptiiiiounccd: : \ ; it not of his make, S TRAYED--From the subscriber's wagon, at particulars as to price UCHIBALD, quality, &c, CAMPBELL. Florida, with proper directions for using: it. 45 cy purpose. But those who have made a fair trial of .

uwfurnisijrti! me w ith i one \\hich w;.is. On opening Tallahassee, a white :ue-The! finder will JOHN M. GLAZE. NEW GOODS.-NEW GOODS. DR. JKBB'S CELEBRATED LINIMENT '
aud! 611'elhll ii 1 S\a.s&kiiMlic, : of! the difference allno' be liberally rewarded upon delivering the same to
March 5 30tf .
Geo .
uKiOkcu' at Wm. Mauer's store.C. Uchce village: Marion county Sabscitber returns his sincere thanks to his even incasesof longstanding! and of the most severe :
tit\c I u. I then: niplicii the ttiiuineiil which he Hugh Archer, Esq. THE
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F. DUER. and the public, for the liberal encourage- character, have received certain relief, and! many have
pume, 10 leg uliciainc ill a state of amend i
i> my ; 1836: 12-1 I NOTICE. ment he has received smc he has been in this pt.ce.an been cured in a few days, some in 24 hours! a!a nurn .4
cniou ilufirsst and continued untillhi Oct. 27th
uMu! 1
so ,
11 ut .plaster: DURING: my absence from tho Territory Isaac solicits a continuance of ihi-ir patronage He rs her of persons in Boston and vicinity, who were formerly
qUill' OTIC'E.-The subscriber. has appointed PelrrA Ferguson and James Royson will act as my aitor- now removing on Clinton St. in Berry's How, a few atHicled with Rheumatism have ver> fully testi!
if' valuable and it 1J
*&ulabc oinnnnt: certainly very L-.uim, his a;:"-iit by power of nllorney) and neys. J. B. SEELY. doors below the Post lIt ','e, whero he is daily receiving fied. Certificates Ire in the possession, of this Proprietor
.4 bl.ouM. l 1)1. lot the '
j jti'y) It in puolic by atounierSm .
: James A. Bcrthelothis attorney during his aUsenec Oct 22 183G ll-2m and is now opening a general assortment of Fall proving the most thorough and surprising cares tv '
atttclr the and
ftnuin.. liearinjr I WMK.NEirMAN mine being/ not from the Territory- and Winter Goods, consisting in !part of means of this powerful LINIMENT. in cases wheiGoilier

Cumlwiland, May' 24, '8'M' GEO. LANMAN.Tallahassee. WATCHES, JEWELRY. Sup. lime, black, bro.\ n, green and adelade Bri.ad! approved applications had utterly failed.DUMFRIES .

: Oct. 29, 183G:) 12-if? flUtt'Wittt K tantg gooBtf Cloths EYE WATER !
from Rev Ilrtttlij Waiigh .s Blue black brown and fancy mixed double Kerseymeres.
1 For sore or inflamed Eyes, gives immediate ease ar.r;
Hunc known \1, C lliruons to be the proprietorOtJUdkIII' A CARD.JUSTINIAN .
T. GERARDm relief. On recent sore eyes. the effect is mostsaluttry. i
*' ''' lintn.cMl 1 loi sexetal yeais durinir: my re"rtii Plain, striped, plaid, and lancy Satlinclts .-Where the complaint has been ofyears! :f'
& :M 1 I iy.ini1and| .' I the oinlmcnt made by him F. DAVIS, \V A T'HIA t hEl{ JEWiLEll spoitfally: informs Gentlemen's dress coats and coatees, plain, striped, and in some exceeding! bad casesthe most anelpectJand

luha\f< i It- 'n I i.i tiiui'ii r'1"ht.. 1 Il h.is been frequently his friends and the public generally, that his plaid and ribbed sattinea Pants, buck skin Pants. desirable relief has been found in the use ofth

tSed i iny own I.wlily1,1.| < hvtn.III-; 1arylaI\J and CO.J1J.AIISSIO.AIEIlCHJlN1'; son F. (J. na- just returned from New Yo rk, \vilh a Vclincin! Toilinets, Plaid Silks, embosed Velvet. eye water. alter every other remedy had failed. Manjursoris

4trlng UIY nbllkUCL 111 this CI'Y ,\iLk lIf.CCbS No. CO WATER ST., NEW YORK: choice & fashionable: t-ele-'tion of Gold & Silver Patent Battinet\ and Superior[ cloth Vests. who have used i it! pronounce it the best proaratioti ;
U IFAUGII.H lever WAT( HES, full jeweled und plain, of Gentlemen and ladies plaid and camblet Cloaks. for these complaints they have ever met with, !
\letiodast i. l k Roiiiu" :Mulberry\ st. Offers his services to the merchants of Alahima: Cobias 4- Joimsons manufacture Gold anchor and a general assortment cloathmg. specially in cases of soreness or inflamation of long ; ,

:\ew \ok. Ii y ';20tl! Il I- 5.e Geoigia and Florida, in the purchase of Good anJsclectillg gold Dupleix ; Gold and Silver Lepines ; Ladies 200 pis. assorted Negro Kerseys and Lit.seys. standing. Price 25 cents a bottle.

l fo r''v.n. iinj<
*ft !iamin! I tii' .:, \\ III| ;tI ppea in, tli. fnvcl!"|pc. Lcl"M of whole stocks of good, or in assorting PoibChaiiis beals: Keys, Earrings: Breastpins, and Blankets. wrapperby the sole propiielorT. KIDDER
in the purchasing -
r\ pi,'i, diiM-ti-d in him, in Frederick City, : them Having had Alabama longcxperi and Florida he Kinder Rings, gold silver Pencils ; gold and silver 300 ps. English, French and American Frinls. immediate prnted successor to the late Dr. \V. T. ConwayFor
4,11\111111' 1\ I .fl II.d 10 of goods for Georgia him will Thimbles ; geld and silver Spectacles ; gold and silver 500 do 3, 4 5-4 brown Oomestics sale at his Counting Room over No Court

Fur U< \\ u44t-a 4> .iiid\ ri Mil I by flailtrs himself satisfaction that any the orders entrusted of those who to may favor Buckles, Silver Combs, gold shirt buttons, and 300 do do do do bleached do street, near Concert Hall, Boston and also 9. special .

E II.\ It N .\ 1! I) .\. C( >. Dru ;gibts'I1' I!: : be with business.Refer on part. filver Sriuff Boxes.Ivntvis 100 do do do do plain and stripped doA I appointment by Druggist.i .

Talahab! I :' '. I 17 ii, l-'iU; G-enw-Iy'r.J him with their & Whitcomb. and Bald- Penknives Dirks, Canes, Sword Canes, lot superior Bonnets-latest fashion '1'. BARNARD Jr. & Co. .
--- to Messrs.; ., Pistols Rifles Duelling Pistol Powder English and French Merinos, superior Bombazines, .
Norn York.-Wra. Main, Taila-: ( u riM. Tallahassee. March 13. 14 (No. 3
D ROCL A:M A I'lONBy It. K. Call, GcA-emor win ha. & l-'lo -\\ ,m. G: Ponc.r, Apilachico'-i': I'HI- Fl.isks :-hotll.ICS, Swords, Siilvcr Plated Table and Bombasetts, <$>c. .

(J( the rerr""ry of Flor.da. :t'e,& Daffin, St. Joseph." Flo.- Win A :\t14K'iiicIrwiiiton Teapoous: Duller Knives, Fruit Baskets, Canule- Black Lusttngs, Groderhine and Gradepans Silks Row-ami's: Tonic Mixture and Anti-Costive Pills. ."

w l .:reas. i, has been rupre.sented me, that< a Craig Ala.-, Piesioii & Ncl-i.?, Columbus, Geo.Gctober'J. stic! s, Knives and! Folks, pearl ana Ivory handle ; Fuperior Fancy silk Dresses, Ch"Uy, Chalk-eth. g = consequence of the numerous attempts to palm : F
:.wwi'! Owen pia'cd nuffrrs ff 'I 1 ray, and Castors.Musi Herninia and twisted silk hawlsand handkerchief! nniiatioQS of Rowand's valuable Medicines P
I uuutain), late ot J. JFer.suti rc-unty, is 1856 1ly'iPLTEV _____ M. spurious
2 8 tunes Accor-
uf 1 the u --.u BoAts, playing iron to has determined lo confide the
shoes the
|"J11V murder ol Jeremiah l>rculaieui said 2000 pr gentleman, ladies and children's and on public-he
jontj, and thdt a certain 1 Leonard c'. Dozier i* DRUG STOi: E--: Tht: subscriber rcsl'cl'll'l.full cke:18, Gun'i rs, Organs; Flutes, Violins, and Violin shoetees. sales exclusively to agents in different parts of the

!UIILy of the murder "f Reading aUolateof said, informs the public, that. lie has opened in Strings, 1st quality" W >rk Boxes, Leather Dressing Russett brown shoes. Hats and from whom alone the genuine articles can be
; llty an.h' aill Owen Foutiiam, :and the Naid the city of Talllkt: *o.N', next door to the post office, a CISCSVmin) \U.>sks, Fancy Boxes, Games ot all 500 pr -Crockery country had, and u> guard the more effectually against the impositions -
Ware. inil of Hard
Glass a general assortment
wtUual'll in which h.> will i I I keep n :!enerdnssortnieni! of description fcc. .
L. Dozier. having escaped ;in-m ihe jail ol drug store, | kinds, Perfumery every Toys, ol unauthorised venders; he has instructed
} Wore.
Iltjh'tllo!( on ora0 t the 10 h or llth I of August of drugs, mrdicints! chemicals, surgical instruments, &c together with a great: variety of oilier articles in his! agents Boston, New York, Philadelphia, and f
1 f t.he prt"el11 year. tlnclltllth usual variety of articles that \belong to this his line. A few superior 2 barreled Guns, a set sup Rifles &c. Baltimore, to make no sales to merchants and others of

Now, th.refurc, in of IawI do ) Jimof business. He will also receive in a short time 4 of the bent 200 ps heavy Cotton Bagging,-Bale Bope & Twine. of Medicines to be carried South for sale again.

:fr r a reward (.i iwo pursuance hundred dollars, fo, the hereby appre- The shop will be carried on by Mr. LEWIS, who is manufactured PIANO FORTES:::;, which he will sell 50 barrels common Whiskey any Large th quantities of a pernicious article in imitation of

WMOD and dcliv n' of each of the s.-id offender a well educated and expericnc.ed'drujjrist: --and all orders very low for cash. 10 do Monongahal.t do the genuine Mixture have been manufactured by Lu- ,,

i any ]jail Wl'hin' the Ml. Comstock &, Co. of New York, and .sent 10 the I'South
&nfl do watches and will i ivc satisfaction to those 20 do N E Rum Rowland insteadof Ro.w.n
[ Hereby enjoin all magistrates and to. pairing for sals. The name 1
utlicer peace N. D. All /1 rranted to be genuine. ho favor him with theIr custom. 4 \ p.'pes! Cognac Brandy, sup brand .
<| l I apprehension. ac- ART. Wine in bottles _, _, ,.... .. :_! _
tused, and bring them to justice. 4-i .T. EUWIN 8TE\ TullahasseeOcL.! 10, 1836. 10 tf 20 doz Champaign qt <$ pt article- may t PC nau t-- U Jb .L-me louuwmg Sit : !wno arc

t The said: 'wen 1:>ou"l'i>n i i- from 10 to 50 years of .1J.o l'lCE.-1'he subscriber wishes all persons! to -_- 50 do Bottled Cider tne only Agents in xhis part Florida and
:el of dark (''umpexlon! black either book to FOR SALE 50 do English Porter E. Bainard jr. &.co. General Agent Tallahassee
'Wa hair and eyes, with) a J_ whom he is indebted, by or note, ,
old loo"lalks through his nose, and has several lender their accounts for settlement. GANG of 34 NEGROES, likely and generally 50 bags best Rio Coffee William Kerr & ThomasviUe,

scars on his head. 49 GEORGE_ LANMAN. A of fine character, consisting of 26 workers, from 10 do Java do __ James C. Ecclcs, QUincy, J

of Tee aid' Leonard C. Dopier is about 21 or 2-2 year- ten to forty years of age, 2 between 50 and 60, and Fresh Imperial Gunpowder and Hyson: Teas wi'h a Swaim, Lloyd, & Co. St. Marks.
I n tcof slender form, about 3C feet high, dark haii STORAGE! STORAGE! six between 1 and 9 years old. These negroes have general assortment of Groceries, together with many Thomas Alexander Hickstown,

I eyes, with a narrow face and Roman nose. Hi? IN addition to his old ware-house the been worked two years in the Territory. and are in other articles two tedious to mention. All of which Darius Williams St Co., Monticello, .

LLcers....b are pleasing when sober, but very bJister has recentlycrected a spacious build families having no con exion of husband or wife out will be sold low for cash,country produce, or approved J. D. Carpenterhickasooky.I '

n drunk, 80 by 28 feet, (receiving cotton and goods. of the gang. Reference for terms and a more particular credit. Purchasers are invited to call and examinefor The label ol" 1.. Barnard jr. 4co. will b. on all the

: Given under my hand at Tallahassee, this 7ih., ne TIMOTHY M'CARTY.St. description to R. J. HACKLEY. themselves A.FOP UY DU VAL: bottles sold by the above ants. -

;: ?day of Sept., '1836. v. Marks, December. 27th 1831. 9' Nov i, im 13 tf Tallahassee, Sept.Sith 1836 't Tallahassee. July 7th, 1837. 4L

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: r -'-,. !! ... ','....A4:' ," Larissa is' situated t about 366 miles W. S. W. fedt 1 t, when t tnoy J thought 1 l'tnejr p erceked the t 1 b ;fore I jcdcflitts! 1 t lb 1 cdvity 1 whefo I thd 1 unfortunate t, : I transact business "Ib t he erb.

t "' OLD TVlNTEll is C liNO. front Const-ntinople, and contains about 25,- drums, which are used: to prevent the sand man In piessed; in a position which grows shpw rio l lack o(r .dlspdllt(?n (ttl :t :L!

+t.c t BY I1CGH MOORE.bid 000 inhabitants. from breaking in, bending, and feared that more and more painful. They are iindble to intercourse! wi$ us or Nit an (! "-

', 'H; The Constitution of 1820 has been proclaimed they were just ready to yield to the pressure advance more than two inches nn hour. They I I Free almost perfection from, QJer

: ." .i. How Winter and is: coming cold I again alack-alack 1 in all the prineip-il tnxvi.s of [Portu al. of the weight arjund them. The workmen have plnnncd the work so as to reach the back I I lies owing to their being I (free from PJ'Otet1ia i
< icy ht !
: The Paris re-ullcend-but in their haste of Dufavel Ht the height i of his shoulders. AI debt which encumber a
t ': lie cues not a pin I 1'or' shivering hack Buiz mentions as: a rumor, that made haste to us, and
us n >' ;' ". H's n saucy! : old hap to white and black. Joseph Bonaparte has Obtained permission i to they left at the bottom of the well some of their the moment they reach kiln, he! must be seized g foaled p protecting:; duties,.they -hid..bt -'.

tev 5 !' ; lie! \yhisileshis chills with a wonderful l knack, pass: some months in Corsica. valuable tools. and dragged; backwards with great promptitude ports to all nlttonojj: and all miiTonr.can.2? **

i: To"r he conies froni a cold country The refusal of th
; : :* L :.\ I c refugees: as required hy France and) .Austria, gt>irulness.Vel.1t. down himself to bring up the he must infallibly be swallowed up by sure to grow m reatrie.s and iraporu a COQu k! *

{ ::1 : :+\ witty old fellow this Winter is ;jA stem's likely to bring trouble upon the\ rniltons tools: hut on arriving at about three quarter' the crumbling which will hiltpl,ice nt the I ,

#t e' mighty old fellow for ;glee from other quarters. \ blockade! or nun in- the depth, d part of the drum gave way the moment they pierce the movpablo xvalls of( ;

s t :,!. r lie cracks his joke,\\'ith the pretty sweet'D1issx ; t'eVcourse is said to be threatened by Austria :giound crumbled in and shut out all retreat this subterranean retreat. It i is easy: to judg" I|''I j .
: The wrinkled old maiden, unfit to kiss :
i' ,i ;. 1 And Fret-res the dew of their lips-for this; extending not only to merchandize} but also from the imPudent man, to whom there remained the difficulty of anch a labdr, at 6* t Itn-l per- j/< +

+ r .r 1 Is the way with such fellows! as he :o cattle and men aud xvorneh-in abort an no means of communication with the pcndirular depth, with similar m.-tiiin :>njl i in! i[j

+ ; Rit' ;" t, absolute prohibition all intercourse i t be. outside, except: 1 in the crevices: left in he such a position anl: ho I di'tg.-r:.' in whirh the' !j'
1 I t 11 Writer's) 'e a frofioksorne blade, I wot-- tweeu Switzerland and any of the Au i.ti
r v t r' He is wild in his humor', and free State*, and there are rumors that troops have drum. In this position ho still remains. Heran erence or his death. Thu interest taken by J

+. ;4 f r: ,.I'i i ie-'il l whistle along for the "want of In* thought," been ordered by the Austrian "government; to apeak: and is able\ to receive food( and our citizens Iii the late of Dufavel! i-.* intense I

+ ;" And 1 sc"t.\1\ the xvarmth of'Hur Err at n rlght+ concentrate upon the Sxviss frontier, for thc drink, which is sent don td hint., to supporthim The territory of C.irnpvert is >i depemluney | -

t t t1 .(' : And", For ruffle a l frollcksorne the laces:,:! by fellow f )pretty is lie girls! buug j(, purpose enforcing this blockade. until his deliverance can be dl ctet- of the city: of Lyons, und! the charge( ,of delivoring '

+,n 1 The Swiss, however, do not 'seem much The i-floits which have been made for thatpurpose Dufavel devolves on our government, .

t L 01J! Winter blowing hfcgn t ts along, daunted. The French Ambassador! having during the whole of yesterday have who hive: spired: no' exertion to effect this I'!'j

r r I. ;. And merrily shaking ihe tree refused to sign j th'c certificates required to Cl1 been fruitless, and the unfortunate man hasp object. The population of the city crowded ;:I'

+ it' : "I'V.uu morning( till night he will smjr }his 81)ng) : able persons living in Switzerland; entitled I ,issed: the xvhole night in this horrible posi to the spot ; there mire never Icss'thah 7 01 f t;

j'? II Now moaninir: andshort-noxv; howlingml long. I to pensions from Franceto receive their pa.' tion. This morning: they have continued their 800 individuals assembled there; all the road
: d: :'t l His voice i is loud! and his lupus are strong As it i is to the the from I'i
ments the Grand Council of Switzerland I Isaid is exertions. manifestly impossible leading to place, particularly one
: A old fclloxv is he !
R. t,.4 ,. merry to have resolved on making such advances I save him by immediately clearing out the Lyons, is constantly) crowdad with people going -

iv.: I Old \\' nter's xvrcked\ old 1 chap, I ween- :i I": m.iy bo pert ssiry te keep the pension well, it has been determined to dig another. ond returning. It has been necessary to I i i

?e ? As wicked, ss ever Y"II'lIl5c,- I I"He ers Irom suifeniig, ulttltht ditfereiice between I. by the :side of the first. Some workmen ofthu place homers at 50 paces distant from the

; xviihers the rLw'ersMi: f rearm and jrreenAnil the two countries are settled.Tho r I school of engineers have entered on ihfsl.ibor opening of ale\ well, and to place a guard ofsoldiers '

!' bites the pert no
ala' r .t .\:) she irippTnjily i ? xx'alk, ;in. maiilelity' S'liten: I upon the conduct of the ministry in this matter 8.- We give some new details: res I their breaking through the barriers and interrupting '
I if A wicked old fellow! i i. lie 4 -
J !l l'v"i The Temps and the Coiistitutiomiel predict peeling the contractor who was buried under the xvorkmen. Collectors establishedon I,

;,,,: t "i Old Winter': ; *, a tough nlll fellow tar bloxvs, that the responsibility( assumed by the 'he crumbling t : of a xvell. Suspended in the spot have received very considerablepresents

1+ 1. As luugh as ever you'll nee 1 Iw new cabinet will cause its overthrow, and the an abyss, and threatened every moment with for the benefit of the" unfortunate ,,1 I .

: +' ; "TI- xviHiPp+ up our )ratters* and rend our clothes, latter says: 'that; this is the most important diplomatic a dreadful death, Dufaval, the name of the Dufavel anJ! his f.- nily.P. i t -

I ) ,ti, And! stifien, our linil', Iroin our linger: to luesIliMniiuU event since July, 1630.: The Journal unfortunate man, shows great coolness and S, They aIHJOu"i1c-.I! that th>* deliverance. f fof I,!

.r \\ not liieV.rifs ..I l his fricnJsor his rues ; des DebalSi! ; says not a xvord. fortitude. He can corr.muiiieate verbally Dufavel; I is momentarily expected. t
I ,l, .,r.,.' A ,uuerh old fellow is he 1 The monster echo deposited in the Liver- with men who descend inl" the upper! part of A Lyons paper sal s : Yesienluy! morning i ij

1'' i pool post o'fico the letters which exploded, the well which remain, undisturbed, and in Dulavel asked: again fur the Vnr.ir Thevenct,
; A cunning old fellow is Winter, they say, has been discovered and rested. lie is a (this way ht has received a visit, at his own request and received a visit from liitn.M.: Chinard; 1 LtvERPOOI
,c A old fellow is he :, Ocr.8'.
IN+ lee peeps cunnmir in the crevices day hy day; Portuguese named Josef Gomez Pelayo, and from M. Thovenet tho vicar of the Parish sent down te him a double portion of hot Co'r.TOs-r During the! hole of t the

y ,,3.f ji To ,se'I how vcro' pa-sinijour time nxVay, cc'elit from this city as a steer'+ge passenger of St. Just, who did not hesitate, notwithstanding wine One of our richest and mtfst charitable week, Our market has been quiet, and the present said

.::7 ; > Aijil marks nil our doings:: >fnt'nl i gr a\'e to gay- in the Virginian. His object was: to : the d tiger of the :attempt, to de. ladies has visited Dufivel, and pronii.Mul% amount to 14',200: baler as foIIuws-95( ; Sei

i ., i t r I'm afraid he is peeping hie.t 1 eansc the death of several! persons: 1 living in ( scend into the neighborhood of this unfortu-( t to tulon herself: the care: of providing bull Island 2s a 3s, -1255 Upland( 8 1-2 4 11 is

_TT.nr.in'i_.. ,eo..... tn.., whom., ____u. ttl_n,. _lellers l |. _. __ we.rnThe _. n.Jr1ff.ed.__.._ _, __.' I ri.tie man and bestow on him the consolarow. his wants when he is relieved. 1 ls, a10t) Url :a ne R 1 A :I .11 .t... Q .peen nnes.se <
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rr :, I' I-W: i'tIt NIGHTINGALES:: DEATHMy O\G. Journal! des Deba's, : :announces the reapp I lions of' his holy office. Dufaval has sent up RELEASH OF DUFAVEL.-We mentioned I and Mobile 8 a 12, 20 12 V l-2,700Per.v 1m.

: j;r:'" : *Mra Hcmans: i'tlllelit': of Monsieur; Pageol as Charge all the valuables he had about him, such as his yesterday that Dufavel, the engineer, buried nambuco 12 a 14, 620 lithia and Maraeiibv,,

i.. J p!, de \flaires e.t Washington.The watch, his: silver money, earrings, &c. He in a well near Lyons, had been released from I( 10 a 121t"1710 Maranham 11 a 13 l-4ll/(/'

::',, : Mournfully, sing mournfully, embarkation of troops at ToulOiT for kepi nothing but his knife to use, as he says, his l long and; perilous imprisonment G3: feet Barbadoes 12, 10 Peruvian 11 1-2,270 .

I. t '' ',t, I: K It,, And die away my heart :1lgier I was proceeding with great activity. to put a period to his miseries: if he should min+ler gruund. We give Gt-day a full account ; 11 a 12 1-2, 950 Egyptian 13: l-2al7J Lag.uavia

I 1t;, !rl;r t': r.' The rose, the :glorious rose is i gone* England: and Belgium ate slIidto have ol( perceive that; all the efforts: for his deliverance of iho accident and of th ; progress made in 490 Surat 4 3.4 a 8; 160 Bengal 734 : g
.. ,' ..........a "cL';. .l' And I too trill df>part.y. fend their mediation between France andS prove fiuitless. He recommends them not to the endeavor to effect his release, up to the c 120 Carthagena 8 1-1 a S 1.2, 60 Jladru;

'.c ..,' ..t.. ,\ ;tztlIJnJ.l xvoik over his head, and has: pointed out as llth September ; it was not until the 15th 3.4 a 8cJ.

t i ;';1'. + :.. !.,I"i.. The skies have lost t their splendor, SPAIN.-Advices (from :Madrid arc to the: the only means, that they should dig:, a well that success crowned the labors of those engaged Of which speculators look 120Qmerican
V' \ t J The waters chanj ('d J t their tone; parallel with the first, with which
they can ; in the interesting task the accident ;and 150 Siir.it. and
P' :2Sth! September. The news of the victory ; e.\pi>rt buyers took 11lIwraCa& >>
{ f f l .t J I 'And \uhercfi rein the faded world, gained by Brig. Gen, Alai, over the Carli; jts open a communication by means of a subterranean happened on the Gth. Fur the last threLfour or (j j ,\ ., 150 Surat-atid 160 Bengal. From

.t'", ,'f' :'t""j( : Shall I music linger on I under Gouirz, Cabrera, El Serrador and other : I gallery. The public authorities; huvedi..pliJyed days the sappers were obliged: to. proceed Ihu little disposition sun xx n on thr'13art, of the

t.!." .. chiefs( i id fuly confirmed. The Carlists a praiseworthy Zml)11 this l occasion. with such caution that they advanced but two holders to "f'iree: lhe.r stocks+ l lorwaulherea

j\.f i ., : l' Where i is- the poldnti sunshine, I lost 1300 prisoners. The pursuit of the flying i M. Chinard a physician and one of the inches in an hour, expecting every moment 1'10 change in price beyond tbe u'airar; difference(

,I, i.4e t; '. t, .. And whcro the flow'r cup's plow ? 1 Carli.lR resulted, in the course of the next I city govornme.nl of Lyons, has not quitted' the that the earth would fall in and 'stiuy theut.jec't f between a lJlI .k arc1 dull inaikel-indeed, ; -
I t : V j t AndhtMP. the jy j of the daneitig l leaver, since the disaster and ho t
: spot is accompanied: of their labors. When at I fairly call the market .
five in length may
ir."l i t 'f. four) or days, the capture of 5 or GOO they *teady.JUvcRrooL
And the ruUnlUtl'lau:hil'g' hVv ? It\' members of the
11'0;'. t .. mute prisoners, and the total dispersion; of the j; other government. They cut through the plinks, the prisoner look hold Oct 10
,1ft.. ri' t small\ into hich the encourage ihe workmen, who to the numue.rof \ of the sergeant of the by. the neek, ,
'I parties \\ Carhst forces engineers COTTON
: AS
i' ;> : 'A voice in \vlJi i j allt 3,000 bales of cotton have
r'vrry xvoik arid I
.7 with
I,a -1 rt per had broken eight, day night the soldiers and he was drawn out. The earth immediately f -
:- Of the up. been sod! tuM/ay/ at steady prices, viz: 250
:' the \\uxc, the bough. Mir The I ol the engineer department under the orders caved in and closed the in xxhich
tN !tomes government had issued a deer+'c, confiscating cavity Mirunhiiins at 12tu 12 :3.8,: 250 Cram! it
''f' t akin;;; for the heau'i'iil.And : I ct'an officer aud of the head engineer. It is he had been confined. He laid in
f ',. ,..t : ,, : Utr"'liul'-\\ here 'Iii! xvhern I" the temporal possessions of all priests' (I tube thai those labors was a 12 1-ttd, lo 12 l-4d, 200. Suroltf, at 51.2d to-
1 have favurable
Jt: ., ... 0 hit have al .onted may a blanket drawn and conveyed on later to '
1 t' 1 :t ; themselves;{ tiara the kin up a : 7 7-bd, remainder Amerreao, ut 8 3.,( to 11
result. At tho hour
'. ; f dom without pertuisioo: obtained, since Uectmbcr at which the the nearest house, where a warm bed xva- prepared : l,2d. .
lr %
\ : ,..,,,, f :1; : 1 Tell of the biij htness: parted, 1133: ]. write! they have not succeeded in disengaging for htm. At the last dale he was doing I .
:.: If /" Thou bee thou lamb at 1 play I: i,I DufavelThey j do nol even hope to reach well. .. LIVERPOOL, Oct 10.
he Don Carlos has
I J1: ,: : + j Thou lark, in thy victorious, rnirlh !r solemnly decreed the reestabli.hment .I him until to-moiroxv. The sales of 'O lion to day amount to about.

t tt:: : .. I; ;' ,, .., Are ye, too, passed axva/{ : reached of, the Madrid)Inquisition.Nexvs ] the. 27th I Sept. 9.- fhe. unfortunate Dufavel i is not : RUSSIA.Tho CnjistifutionncII\ containsthe 1500 bags- the m maikct continues extremely

h i ." f J \ on Sept. yet released tiom, the well cyh+;rc he was buried following! extract of a letter fn.m \\'urs.w quiet, but we have. not any change;; to notice
y '/ "j'' :,;t. etnber, thlit Gen. [Rodil had pained some important of 'the 13th inst. in price
\Mournfully sing mournfully alive. several days SIllC Ye rerday I
tt. the (
"* successes Carlists. Particulars
,t+ ::1. ;p The royal I rose is gone: I over I j t! the xvorkrnon. of thc Croix Rousse had dug a On the llth of this month we received: LIVERPOOL, Oct 12.

c.;, 'i_ : 'Melt from the woods my sjmij; ", melt, I nut icceivcd.! I I well parallel! to that in xvhich the crumbling I thr oflleial news of the accident that: happened Oui colUm marke: continues very dull; but

f:t'" t. In one deep farewell ton: I Tnc PIUNCCSS! ViCToriu.-IIcr HoyalIIi j I i took! place, and had reached a depth equal to I io the Emperor nn the road from Penzi to without any material change in prices. The

ri".,"tr. ...,. ." 'I',, I I n.'ss i is said to b* accomplished in a high i j that of they first, and xvere employed in Jig : Tamhol! The report says that the Emperor whowie sale,.tud..y. amount. to about( 1,5W
: ; (' iI *-Not so.swell for'h triumphant! I d egree.: She speaks: with fluency and ele- i gmg a horizontal passage, to free their unfor was overturned but a \\ ell informed person

; ,;-:\" 'it ..' Thou full, rich, fervent strain! i.; ;alJ( nearly all the moder.i lanrnae': ;, is: a I IproficlcHt { curate companion( when the sudden crumbing allir.os that a Rus.-i.m off--er! liied a pi.tol.at bagsMs AJ- -- ::

t p. ; ; ,. ,.f : t i IKnce with young l love and life I ge'j' : in Latin and! tats nude great;; pro- forced them to ascend m h.ist and ;abandon ihw Emperor:, chic moment he was rising in hi A division of the Mexican as i U learned -
:!1t:':"_ J In the Bummer's; joyous tiain., press ill the maili-m ines : she I is also an excellent entirely' the work. they (rid begun. Theie. carriage to se; some horses go hy that had front private accounts from the city or

1\ : musician, and frequently assisted; i at 'remains now no hope except from the well been collected to re.mouul a regiment+ of Hussars. Mexico ab.Mtr
t" 10 the loth ul!. left that city
1i : f ; With sunshine with bdor the private; cowerts that were given in the I undertaken the : ::!. The assassiu up
i sweet t ; I ; by xvorkmen+ of the civil en;llIeer was arrested iinmedi il..\, the 15lh. lor tl!: invasion ol Texas.: 'llar'e.
t, f.'.': ,;, '" With every precious ihmg, season at tin pal.u, : e at be usuraton. Her | :, which cannot be finished until lo.mor- aud the fc'mperor( vxas only sli.ihtiy wounded number of &C.a it
',=I' .;' :Is t 4 Upou thc last warm' southern breeze, Royal' lliglmuf-d: xvil! be declared of age nextMay. J on the left side. It is doubted whether he guj'pei.s miners, pioneers "Fxvill'n
': attached iht- division.
.',1 ly:1': ., (u i.I: Ill J soul I.its flight; shall I 1 tyiu;.; KALMOUTH. I Sept. 10.-The unfoi lunate Dufavel is not will continue, his journey, lor the existence of. i.I'peilTsYew( all ProbabilitY effect!to much, until ror :;-
'I, .', 1 Sept -His Majesty's )'el released from this horrible piison, but the a vast conspiracy III the .,pail I i. bi.lirvcd in.- who ":.liloipaiienily
I m contact with the forces of Texas +
{ .. '",;,. Along I hall nut !linger: picket Seagull, Lieut. Pardons, is j isl arrived I tsnjrineers! : who are laboring lo deliver him, On the lIi;ht of the news .urn 1lt;.{ byre, se.ver- be-
I uwait and it
: .'l !, :. tt' When tho days of hope are past: from Mexica. She brings: on eight, 800,000 1 hope lo reach hint ;in the course of the day) mil! of Ihe garrison; ( of W.irsixv: Mere arrt led j I mint! tbii : their :arrival invader war t<:,1 W

l.. f To watch the fail: of leaf by leaf, dollais, xxhichjstin i unusually large quantity.: I'hi- evening he will be saved or lost. His and taken oil nubod Iw.HtsVH. ft", under f';)- ; operation.of their feared
) west of the Colorado.' It i i
To wait the ,. The Prussian merchants arc moth cort of IIH| '
:.'\ .. \ rushing blast.i ; i.ieen: euU' ag'; keeps uj). ho has not for a n1Um)'l t "endarmpiie.. th.it CD-
1'. '',- \ sed at the t failure of an attempt to renexv the {been delirious, and he gives directions us! to ALEXANDRIA, July! 183U.-The baringcr or some calamitous: occurrences: might ofihe
I in the of
sue city ulexico the departure:
1 ; Triumphantly, triumphantly, Commercial Treaty with Russia, the old treai! i the method xvorkiog I must likely to succeed dam across: tho Nile i is t lor: the present ahan on
R* of
: _" I Sing to the woods I t ty having expired on the 1st ult. and 1 doned I troops alluded! to, in consequence :sooflf
j go.t! iheir' ill i giving him relict He eat with good ; in a recent rsinnate the r cost of th<; American
y.. t .1-Y For me I perchance t, in otllcr land trade having been thus left without legal pro |petite, and asks for f>od. His limbs are I lesspressed up- xvood and irou alone required; for iui.> work was I exasperation of l feeling! existing. against: the W*-
The poition of rtsiJenis:>> n; lh+) cily.
glorious rune may blow. lection.Vhat most excites the indignation | than far some days pasi. He cut ealculat.c1 r at $;],0<1 ),000, and; ihe Pacha has :
thing of the 1cudr however had transpired up'
ol'the Prussians is the in
heavy duty imposed I away: with a knife a hoop of a rail which consequence postponed its execution fur the i
The aky's transparent: azure I by, the Russians on goods going in transit lo |pressed opoii him. Though seated on the present The idea of pulling down one of to the From latest Advertiser dates. (taro -

And the greensward's violet breath Keachta on the frontiers of China, it is said,sand s slh.il and hent down, he is able to change his the p/ramids t for: the sake ol thc stone has long the yesterday, we

And the dance, of light leaves in the wind!' ; the trade to China was so flourishing: 20> |po-nion in some measure. since been abandoned ; indeed, it is doubtful that: several express s had arrived at Tanipi-

May\ these know nought; of death. I rears :ago; that it amounted! to eight or'ten a i ;j Sept. 11,-In the course of the day yestcr- whether it was seriously entertained.From co, previous( to sh 'slIiring, { of ihe schr Tell-Lad/

millions of dollars ; but that it has been totally i diy, Dufavel became indisposed. his voice Hope( announcing the approach of the

No more, no more .sing' mournfully. ruined by th j Russian restiiction.: I xxas changed l arid. he found difficulty in speak.I TllE CROXVINO the London Mercantile Journal. I an army to Metamoras, pr hably wader the be
Swell high, then break tH, The Government, of Prussia has INTERCOURSE BETWEEN" THIS command of Gen. Rusk. If hw rumor
my ) alt; ; revoked I i tab ; he is most incommoded by the Uw;
pressure: COUNTRY AND THE U. STATES. true into
1ll fell
Vi will
i p I With love the piiil mil'the: woods, th'j permission: : which it gave; to some of its i on one of his legs on which he is sealed, and All commercial etamoras .
a With I I ollicers men must be -xxell aware handsof, ihe Texians, and a more i importan.plaettfor
t t-'ummer Uej putt i! .. to enter tho service of the i ); which he can scarcely move. During the of tho
I w: ... 1 i Suhlui.i; Porte. This preparations of RUoisia nlilt he "increasing-intercourse between this their i safety they could not take (pp*.
; --K ; j cut with his knife ol'thf ,
!! ;; away some e country and the United States of session will held,
for war, combined, with this America of. A few days, however,
rt La.ig':..T Prussia proceeding o fjxvood i}1 which embarrassed him. I worked so The first houses in Londo c are identified in i us somelhins conclusive in the.e matters.
i li and the 11i r .
; lately received from
,, reports i ; hard, sate he, that I moistened my shirt with bills of Exchange with the I3ulletie
leading'houses N. O i
} (Constantinople: tlC! Sultan is io i I [
augmenting j perspiration, but as 1 could not it
sleep was the Statts and this would !
; they
NEW-1T011K .
N6v. 6. not be,
Ins forces and that were
Russia is
not popular at as well to work, This he is better '
morning it not for the confidence
f ;t vmy: aTE FIlOM ENGLAND.By the Porte, have excited suspicion in so-ne he breakfasted with u good! appetite. One uf I in the solidity great of American which Houses is placed The following notice was this day received;

I the packet: sliip Virginia;i i;; {?ipt. Harris, quarters that Russia intends to make an ug.;; his cousins, a well digger. like himself, de. fact is that the Stales are daily inrfeasiti"The from the Admiralty Office. As it i U of fi is-*'
from gres.-ivo: attack on Turkey in the Spring : uutthcro scended to speak with him he \ I portance to all engaged in navigating the
l Liverpool, we have received regular files : expressed a their commercial imp rtallt.e. and
i ,!: of London paper. of the 7th of October, and I i is little 01 no fear of this, so long as desire not to be deceived as to his situation, ding their connection to all urc exten I I haiiia Banks and Florida Gulf edit ors 1 1I .

; ;k l 'Liverpool to the Stn, both :nclu ive. Kn:;:iand: l, France a4id Austria, are msolved I to and said, you see 1 do, not lose courage. On lized world. Free from national;parts ui iLe civi newspaper's in i the Atrantic cities are requested :
debt their
It uphold Tin key. being told that to publish the same.-Londou paper.
t t' FIl.NCENU they hoped to gel him out on institutions all based on the broadest
foundations ,
1 SWITZERLAND. \We are sorry to announce that a largo foreign Saturday, he said, that will be more than with tract jf Hjdrographic Office: Admiralty }J
-, i; Tho difficulties be.txvei.-n France and S cv'it,.- :; house having an establishment in this eight days but I can wait until then.: He cf- and increas'-d in population country to spread over Sept. 1st, 1836. ) I

44 c f ftl erland seem to be gathering to a foeuS. Tho town in t tae lace tiade, has stopped 'payment.vVo terwards spoke of his wile ; tell her, said he there from all and by parties repairing NOTICE TO MARINERS.BAHAMA .
French government Has dctermin- I \ understand its liabilities in to his cousin parts, carrying! with LIGHTS.-His Majealy' Gorert
i upon aniltimatuni Nottinghamare ; : that I have good courage, arid them what they have learnt
I and ,
;. : t, lt which wall cumtirjiucated 16 th t, much above 20,000 pounds, and the 1 failure that sho may not be distressed. The interest they have acquired+ here meat having established! two new Light Hot!

Directory on the 27th of September I by the, twill be .- everely felt..-[N cningh m Courier. (that the wholu city lakes in the horrible position importance every means of increasing in mercantile ses in the Uahaina Islands, the following P"ticulars '
R. 'duke de Montebello\ and wealth, us its Insapara- of them for the iwi imaiion -
a long note, declaring of Dufavel increases every day: Several I pie concomitant.Yhat are published
it but the
4 tha diplomatic relations he'xveen France An account is given in the Paris papers oftho charitable persons caused masses to be said commercial is glowing of mariners:
importance of he "
I and Sxvizterlund suspended until the fleet assembled Toulon in churches ; Stale GUN CAY REVOLVING LIGHT.At two km
ultima now at xvhiehsecm the for his deliverance. Lust that has caused the '
i4 tum i ii complied with. In this! note the Dukepronounces > ropectnble in point of numbers, and 1 night the civil engineers, who are at wont an perplexity in great sensation >and dred and h'lty yards 'Irern the sontherne:

the .flair, of Conseil u niiserableplot to be piepunng for some long service, as they thu gallery avert on the point of reaching: ihe whom a dozen oor money market '? The men treme of Gun <..:.y, (a narrow ridgo of cor
to involve the "French embassy, and bis have taken. mil. board six months' provisions. !place where he is buried, when a considerable obhquy by the years ago were consigned t n which stands on the western side; ol tb t' Great
opprobrious of' bct
t pretended ronft .iCr.*; nil. d string af>> lies, by Their destination U u mattei conjecture. quantity o!( an almost fluid'sand crumbled it are term 'Yankeesh Bahama Bank,) this Light House has IDd
lilting their
up on high: and erected, in 20 de+r. 34.80 north latitude,
1 which the Sv.isa authorities have been t.ud made
completely DISTRESSING CASUALTY. 10 or 12 hours of labor are 25
r their
necessary 'stretching grins [ is
shroud-fhbY Its bade
are 79 18.24
Upl I J!'. .&We find in our late Paris papers the follow to !bring them to the point 'they had befoiereached. treated with respect, because they are no Ion.. Ie:'t deg.ubove('r hi'iih west water loogilude., and the height oft! .

A great fire occurred at Constantinople near ink particulars of a painful) disaster xxhich occurred They are now very near the unlortunate gee to be denpised: and'amongst the Commercial Toweris55ieet.; rafolves agree
'J'bo; light
beginning; of September. The wholesection man, but they must advance with infinite "
near Lyons., [Jour, of Com.LYONS communities of the world they are taking minute io all dirk
: of the! city called Sultan Bug zid, i in precaution and"vety' sloxxly.! their place-The United States in every and may be seen '
Sept 6. thoughbgh: but in r lions, except between the bearings of i. 1
,tbe'centre of the corm urns destroyed, and the Last Sept. 12.-Wo euuttut' the de- their ,
Sunday a tragical event happened on yet announce infancy, have all the muteriaU ot mercantile \ 1-2 VV. and S. 3-4'E. (mngoelic) *W f"
loss w6d estimated ai two and a ballnulliou'of s an estate( situated Cmnpycr Some workmen liverence Dufavel. The engineers advancebut magnitude in them. Every .IUte
; body sues ut the diatancu. of about eight mileait
piastres. One bull'uf tho town cf Larissa slowly OB account of the soil in (bin and
employed digging well in Handy now; bave
;: a sandy many/people begun lo J lee l intercepted by the Bernini Inlands.YYhen .
Wnj destroyed! by fire on thcSd ri e.ptLnjbcr..S0 .- and loose soil, had 'reached to the dejnh el 63::I which they are Riakitig'a gallery. They bav* it. There seem to ,be every. di-position on, .within five miles distance, f_f..J.

four or live fuel burt;outal 4t.UtU9e to clear tbe par of. our principal mercantile nl -"to iJt-

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of' cayt and tcot, POjCt ''art considered doubtful, viz.-Rhode Island, 4 ; tween LIttle Rock and Port Smith. The ,
tbt"tha tat< HOUSES Aft 1a0'1''' VTIONS JOK TEfiTlt.
; ,i .t.ttrant, t. they lie within New Jersey 8 ; Indiana, 9 ; Alabama: 7-total, I emigrating Creeks ha\e been kindly received
z ;_030t1te of the bank there I FOR SALE .Il T AtfV T I 0 eN'r.LSX.PANhI'surgeon:
\fl&' ter IIJtc! 23. There can, therefore) be no longer :any doubt by the Mcintosh party, tnd have separated
time to obtain touuding. I and Saturday the 3d day of December Will 1 b* of::
settled in different Dentist
I ; 'bi ,cared! as to the naIejt.) : sections of the country ON ;
... tile' al* 1tC1. strongly to the ca t- ,- I II They appear to be quite contented, if not de"- Store for sale by R J Hackley: at his "'actionthe P FULLY Informs the Ladies and j
boa -- folfowing :lots the of Tallahassee
of the "whereat I ID city RJt a
the intervals cay, I lighted with their new location. The health Oemletfen of Trllah*je that: Ite has taken
- p To the &or I / v iz : '"o's 20, 21. & 2*, superior for garden purjioseialready ,
riot .ater .(.IU nnd change at 7h SOme of the Flmdilln- I of Fort Gibson is unusually pood. cleared, and lot no, 22 cacloced, having i a those two Rooms next tel 11 r. BerHelot's office, on

V bigh ,riff' 3 feel ., It may be interesting to the antortanatfesuOereiB : Neu Marlhla and NI-H Micro have good well ol water and a house' on the premised-.situ- tbe sooth side Washingtod Square where he wP.
tide peaceably tu his His moderate
devote his time professiciu
* ablthe level of : i Mcd nn St. .iugustine and Gadsden Streets. entirel1
.m. lit trein sO (Vt in our Indian war, to know that upon submitted with ihi'ir tribes to King Roly .flso L Its No's, 17 and 18, well enclosed. having i bI '. charges nttrndauc., and new tricdS J "

ia. n;> .ft ..jJI be visible in clear "weather al a resolution introduced by me ta provide pay. Mrlntosh. It is hoped that the last p.irty
..pCCqlllJ oC meat for their losses .( property, the following emigrating: :: Creeks in their forlon condition ; : Un. a gCH'd back oven, and both lots fronting on like manner) he .hope wi'-l: entitle him to a share of
i elevated 10 (eet.dIJ I : will have Lafay -uc i'treet. public patronage.Tallahassee
1 : t.1n rye do 20 do report wan made by the Committee on J them the usual government tribute allowed Also lots .\o's 55, 56, 57, 59, G: 61 and 62, in one Nor. 12, laG: 14ifNO'l'ICE.
dodo Claims. The Bill is No. though has been[ forfeited by their block, well f nclosed with new l fences of the best materials f
1 1I I do do 40 dodo 744, and 1 shall hostile conduct [before leaving Alabama und having thereon a dwelling house, a well of( .

'5 do *0 doi. erideaVor to get it up afan early day, to establish Georgia superior water, new stable, hayloft, carriage house .DURING my absence I Iand

i il ,do REVOLVING LIGHT.-At one-third semeprinciple: which will!! insure speedy A letter from one of the Arkansas: Battalions I and with shed,a-variety two enrments of choice and fryii a fine tr e-garden, orn.meulalade encored from the Territrry, Isaac Ferguwn, .

r'ltafiwi\ the Hole in lha Wall I, (as tfat justice to the individuals who have lost their of mounted volunteers at Camp \V m field, And shrub* : ThesLots are now partly occupied James Raysot J.C.WIll act ECCLliS as my at

11P. lt runt, of Abaco Inland j is called) this property. Sept. 6. mentions! the death of Wm II. Wing- by .Mr. A t'ormy nuval-situated on Lafayette, torneys.Nov. 3d 1836. 14 3ms '1
(*! erected, in 25 de.>. 51. field b Calhoun, Pen acoia: and Gradsdeu Streets, and only
has bc n a dead limb of a tree falling on the .
I Uouie I am, very respectfully, one square east ot ihe Capit:>l. :
pnrtft'latitude, and 77 deg. 10.45 west Ion. JOS. M. tent where he was, and severing his head in Also Lor No (u'3, well enclosed', a rich garden lot, Take N otiee. .

Its base M SO fet above high water, WHITE. two. I.Ian M< uaied: on Pensacola and Gadsden Streets. i The subscriber having purchased all the estate,

JL 'f'Ower i:f 80 Ic tt high. The.light re- HORSES :AND OTHER PROPERTYLOST EU..U1 credit* will be given lo each purchaser as well also as the books, notes, accounts, rights, J
mirmtc und may be een INDIAN WARS. DREADFUL SHIP\VRECK. by giving notes at G j & 1- months with approved and credits of all! kinds wdatsoever, belonging to
ronce! in every endorsers, made payable at the Central or Union :i
Tallahassee ul'Adna llowe deceased.
the in -
I dircctiens except where, the high parts Mr. E. Whittle !ey, from the Committee of The ship Clarendon, Capt<< Walker, from St. Bank for two equal( instalments, wi.h Bank interest concern and being anxious to, close the business of I
Wrtd intervene ; and being 160 feet Kills, bound (lor London. was wrecked atChile from date. For further particulars apply to the sub-
tbe Claims madu the following Report : sciiber. CHAS. H.WRE. said concern as early as possible, therefore' he
of the sea, it will b. visible in bay Isle the llth October. ; :1
level ofYight. on
indebted in whatever
.. wishes all ,
ye The Committee of Claims under se, Nov. 26th, 1836 !6 tf persons
ywrutbcr at the distance of having consideration The vessel was: l.iden with a valuable cargo of 10 said concern, to come forward and pay the I.

U 5 mites: to ID eye tleY3t.d: feet.j7 various claims, uv order of thi Vesl India preduce. Her officers and crew TO PRINTERS.A same And all persons holding claims against IiI

do do 20 do House of Rvprescatalives, for horses lost consisted of 16, und a nun.her/ of passengers practical primer of stead} ?nd industrious lia- said concern will hand them in for payment.

do do do 50 dodo in the service of the United States during leit I the island in her, whom sere Lieut. f bt s can o .tain the highest wages and a permaneni "'. H.FRANCIS, i
11 d o the Black Hawk war and the hostilities among situation hy immedia e application! at the office Nov. 12 1836. 14if .1
U J do d. do 80 I present. Shaw an officer of the army, his lady and 4 of the Floridian at Tallahassee. ,_ .- _-_ j- .-. -1_

I fbcre in good anchorage (dung ordinaryVuilOand I with the Indians, report : -. < daughters; a gentleman named Pemberton, a ,_Nov._lO.h 183o. I5if MIDDLE DISTRICT-LEON supira COUT.
11 fathom with the Light planter, who to for the Nathaniel :Singletary: In trespass on the case uponvs I
i) That in the opinion;>> of the Committoe, pro. was returning Europe JAMES JOHNSON DIRGEDii ad .
E. N. about half a mile benefit of tin health and Miss Pembcrton his I promise*-summons res-
by vision should be mude law : ;
bearing for .
oU"; by a general APlitt A. N 0 TAILOR, George Fisher. pondcndum for 8500 damages
thc shore. The time of high! water at the udjudication of this ctau of claims. daughter. 12 y,-ars. Miss Gawley of Ports. 'mLL IIL-iSSEE, FLJi Atiach'l $2iU returnable to Nov. .-

is: at 8h. Om. and the tide ri- is mouth, \\'III Shepherd, of Exeter and and + : TtrmJ 1836.
!hnd cbange Special legislation too tardy to providefor (Next duur,\vrti ofF. ncleJticeltr, in Monroe it.) and a'.l: others interested art
feel. the claims that should be allowed, and names nut ascertained. She struck : would repectlully inform his friends and the T'He notified: of the institution ot ihc&uid suit, :

._ I 1 from ihe multilarious business to whicu its the breakers at d-ylight, and immediately II ML.public, thai he lias just returned from the North and of the issuing of said attachment, and to appear J'{

attenti.n is indispensably drawn not sulli- went to pieces. The second( mate, George fuel a new and splendid assortment o(GUUDS in and plead to theuccluration fled iti said case, acconliitf -

FE0 IrnTAN. ciently discriminating to detect those claims Harris and two seaman. mir.ed Burni-y and his line. Feeling<< : grateful for the liberal share of patronage to the statute in such case made an.r f.roviJcd,

Thompson, were the only individuals who escaped I ; heretofurc exttnded to him, he hopes by skrictiLLeii1iii Dated Oct: ,4th 1836. J.D. 1*-EST: &OTT,Jr. -
-- that ought not to be ullowed. lo merit a continuance of the .same. UHAd.; S. SIBLEY.
U.la.: JlUl lB 1IiitiW.Y ir The act of April 9, ISlSj'rJesigned to pro !, which they effected by lathing themselves I ;JLure, and general tmtortmtnt o/ I3I1J.Q De 9 3m An'lS lor Pltlf.u .

r to some They'Yere all severely (! Q liEm cuiLsi3liflg 01 Ivllou1.-ng :
Nu, tMibklt :l6.f vido for such Io ses in horses, &c. us arose spard. ,
: s.\ rontuaions and Clue lallIlIUI1.eu. bottle do, invisible und i'iCE.-bix mouths after dte, the subscribers
I from tbe t fault of the United States.It injured by Thompson Snot grc::n, N:
, I f. -- ----- .: '' to dr ike ncck.do. London and Jolden Brown, Plumb, will present their vouclitls, etc.: to the county
# !I I was found, in prosecuting the wars agabst expected survivc'V AdalaJe, mulberry, concealed violet, and victonne I:uur 01 Gadaden county, and pray to IJe discharged

,. ,,, Tu _n T.-UJ' rccenl oniviild from the 1 1r the Indians in 1832, that horses frequently : purple. Drab and brown Petersham, for over coats. "rom the administratorship ol Hen y F. Yooge-

i ttot:,we learn that GOY. (;nIL hit matched: i were so reduced for the want of 'forage, as to VALUABLE TOWN PKuPEKTV FOR SALE CASS1MERS.Corded 43 JOHN TJ.. KENA-N.W. ALONE, I, -

. Ine Wtblaroochee. and penetrated !. the be an encumbrance on the march, nod were ffflliC Mibacnber offers to: sale! on nccommo.latingtl'rms diagonal, buckskin, checked and printed, of .
I[ulIOD found no lndinnu thenr.-An old I, abandoned by the order of the otfieer. The JL t".)ur unimpn ". ed Lots in the city of 7'al the GOAT'S richest colors.HAIR CAMBLETS of va.&os colors, "OTlCE--Six weeks after date, we will apply

tuabut act of June 30, Itf34, embraced such cases.: laliasscc, viz : one lot, No 1U, I.i the original (plat and Cloak and 1" tor letters administration on the estate utL'liomas
i ieieb'iiU tbe\ had left behind them in theirthut nncLo4.-c.icli No 1-1-3,119, 150, LV2, 153: 155, 156 for Wrappers. Henderson, dec. late of said county. .
t had to the Wau. In the execution of the act last mentioned, 1JG and l.YS-in the .Nnrih addition of said cit) : Aliof VESTINGS. T. b. UENB<GER

I i.bl, "luted they'! ;gone the following cases were not embraced within which dr.:oif.n d at private sale, umilthe first Sat Splendid Englibh figured silk, figured silk Velvet, U. H. LLN: DENBERGER. 4

: oo wlmp: tn the direction of the St. Johns.,0a I it. lt. Where horses on the frontier, entirely urday in January, l"iJ7nen it will be snld at Auction. cloth Velvet, figured and painted Chalcs, intended for S. F. HA\VES.

this Gor. i MILES BL.iKE, .-/gent parties', Ilaiuand fig'uedJarsailles,Brocade Quillg5 Ocober 29, If.3G, 1- -Gvr
the strength of intelligence remote from the means "obl-tmug! forage fur ULA.KE <$ P.IUSIl il.' ., ligured Weltings, $-c. BuffCasameres, Scocki- _ _ __ .. ;

fill IIhd divided the nnny into two divisions, i were, by the order of tho oflicer in iiiiiucdiute Noveml.cr" 25tlii836 Iti Gw nell, expressly for parties, checked,striped and plain \\ OTIUE: -Six weeks after date application Will

in of them intending to i command, turned out to gauze m the woods, ._ merino Casomcrcs, different colours,stocks of e.ery l' be nodeto the Hon the County Court of Jackson 4
lid dbd gone puruuit and when la NT1CE; \Ll.. jM-rsoiis are hereby! cautioned dcsciiption! Linen and cotton slur s>, !'josouis and col- for Utter; of administration' OH the estale of Win.Still .
roth tioth httnk" or ViihIaocK'hee *s be prairies or commons, so at rye : : Lr::ding lor tcrlfin prommis-ory note, lais, (jiuni Elastic Suspenders, lintu and buvkskin dec. lute of said county. '..

ihen nothing bus been heard were tost. dutun '.)) ;.IH IIi fivorof John Gumes, on or about) Gloves, merino and silk Hoes, halt do. lambs wool do. LEVIN BROWN.Nov. .

WfiOCCfI.--Sillce" : 2d. Where horats were wounded in battle the loth Se/icui cr 1 1I6t, payable on dcm nid, frI plaid: and plain silk Cravats, fancy Handkerchiefs of 12 1836. H- 6w_ *

Jibe movements .f the urmy.-\ favorable and were abandoned by ordflr of tho .dicer.In il I 15. with a l'It.UIL': f Sll, 50: the consideration forwlii'b every description, beLt Drawers and shirts, flannel -
those tii said note' wa. i\'l'lI., not: having: been com- and Cotton flannel do, Executor's:: Sale.WILL '
''tlull ill confidently expected by aopmttd this relief could be .
case not obtained, plii-.l itli I a-n determined not to pay it unless con- Rtady made thilg.-Ja-ess and rock coats, pan- be sold m the city of Tallahnsiee on the

with the situation of Dtfair ;.-*At the became there was uot proof that the hoi yes pcllcd t>y law laluon, figured and phin t sits vrlvei, vclcntia, ciolh, January, 1837, a pri ne gang: vl".H ngrue

je.l advice, Gen. Jedsup had not assumed actually died. Yet the owners lost their horses D M Gil All AM silk, sati.i, plain and figured marseilles vests: goats accustou.ed U> the climate: and the cultivation of corn .:
in of wounded October lytli: 133G. hair ramblcl cloaks wrappers : India Rubber overcoats and cotton Iii tine mules, one htrse. a wagon andirnessalaO
being battle ;
irCQDUflaId) but v\uw till at Tampa, making consequence in "' frock rappers and Icggins : also, a full on the id January SO ;,e mules, hogs,
and if had been killed if J L.FFEK.Ofl; ACADEiMVriTtHIS t
they or the
and wns expected to march in a owners supply\ ol silk and fur hats, caps, 'c. ind cattle, a quantity of corn and fodder, plantation
irrpaulisns by staying and witnessing the lingering INStitUTION will bn re-opened on the His: cloths were imported from th8 Western partof tools&.c at Ui. plantation of J. B. Mays deceased in .,. ,

:tI'ddys at the head of two thousand men, effect of the wound until dentil had ensued, JL first .Monday in auuarj iiei, under the super Ln-laiiiJ, and he will warrant them lo be equal to any \diMn couuty Klo. The conditions oldie sate will

tIHIEtlflg r ; ol ItrguUrs, Indians, and Alabama and bad obtained evidence that the wound iutendence ol the il v. '. :S.: graves, M. .'! 1 he success lironoht to line market, he will also warrant, them to be acied-it 12 months, with interest from date per i

whicu nas attended iis past operations, alfurds be frtsh, as they were puichascd immediately on the Bonal :ecuriiy and a moitga:;* of the property. l
juuntcd Yoluntrrm.. had resulted in death they would bare been iuttici'-nl guaranty to ihe community tor us future arriuil of the pacl.et from Liverpool, and consequently B.J. ARL ., t LxecBlor*. t

his ,leported that the Indians have again remunerated: tar such loa .es. In the opinion prosperity not injured by /yi/ig cl'n hand. He has in his tin- D. H. MAY S t,,

in the of the committee these cases should be The Trustees are deermined to spare no exertion plovrnclltthe best of workrner-and he will make up Nov. 12 1S3G. 14 td t
flioio themscivcs: in small purlieu provk'edtbr i 10 render the .-Ycademy wurthy of extensive woi'k I ill the btst manner and at the shortest notice.l .- Milledgeville! Journal,the Montgomery Jour-

cri-Lborbuod, uf the Suwannee.-Piompt und as coining .trictly within the policy patronage: It is intended t.iat department will All l! orders from the country punctually attended to rial \.iUpuolwUtlk above for (our weeks, and ..

of procediug acts, nod within their spirit.- be furnished wt. h uitabe: and .iccoinplisheti Instructors 1"ov.H.I-35, 15 torxvarJ their uccouiits to ti.ia tiee! for payment f
Lite: pursuit>> the citizens who are well -
by Tbe committee herewith; present a bill! embracing tinder iiie above sujierin.endance; special tare the of ,
armed ilud organised, will effectually prevttut will be laKen wththe moral department of ihe child LIST Letters remaining in the Post person having cUm.s agaiust e&luUj
the provisions of too l former and the A 4LL lo
: acts Yen'is it is believed thai no portion Middle! Florida Tullatmss (not beretoloreadveitised I. ii. M.nyuJtce.lsc, ure requested present -
IDJ renewed attempts cunimit dcpredatiww cases mentioned above, so far as those acts possesses U,4t advantage of heal.h in a greater Office al tl.ciu properly authenticated iu D.ii.: May, and

m that quarter.; relate to the loss horses, and the destruction degree than this location i ii: will of cour>e be a desirable :: ) on the 1st day of Nov. 1836 tl those indebted to wakcj,4ye1tntbY: the Ut ol" Jau.

of vehicles of The .'otnmittoo place for a pern-anent iscnool); accordingly:: the not taken out in ninety days will be sent U uexl. B. J. tlAKUi, / Kxeculors.L S <<
-- conveyance 'i'ru.ets are dctermiiu-d that facilities ot education the General Post Office as Dead Liter*. .H. MA\6, ) -
The following table tuny be interesting to propose by the bill in refer the claims shall be here presented to tuepublic which will command Lee William Nov. \-2 1836. 14-bw
John F I
IUt 1l".itU.tt'tI. to the Third Auditor adjudication, under their hearty approbation and support Allen
rulrsi to be the of War The sctiulasLicyear: will compiise forty--ix: weeks Alston Augustus 4 Locke James :3 i :: weeks alter date I shall apply u'
No. of votes, When bdd.1 by Secretary \ and be divided into lour quaiti-rs: Tuition will be' Allen 11 U Laukiord Thomas ,. NOT1CE.-IX County Court of Leon County for .. !
uuder the direction of the President
r or asent divided into lour In ih 35 ufAdnuuiitrdiior on the estate of Lindsay:
MaiDe, 10 November 7 depar rnents: I primary, Bush Albert G horimer II. T. Letters
of the United States. per quarter-Geography, firs: principles .'.Yriih.i.etic -' Po da.I late. i.t"baid county. J.B, TAYLUll.VK .
Nt* Hampshire, 7 do 7 History, G am.u.r, Writing, ivc." 87-higher'' Bra en Or J A Mnnsun Asa I ov.a. .- 136wAdrninistratoi'_ 'ft I

l4.athuCtt.4 14 do 14 FROM THE CHARLESTON COURIER Englis.i S.udles $La.njuagea; ,; 81t?, Pl! able! in brown Peyton Maloney Clayton N olice.ALL .
all cases ndcunce Miller Little. 2
quaiterly John berry
Ii RLlIde( lluiid. 4 do 23 Extract
CIIDUrVIIt-Ut" INDIAN KET, Nov. 1. term Murray deceased, are h.rcby required to
8 do 7TtrlQ'"lt Martin AbsaloniBloxhaiii 1
I be male cither of the Trustees Black J J authenticrted within the tuna ..
Our savage neighbors keep us still eXc iled. /.p.icJtion can to present them duly pie-
| ti 7 do 15 th and of th Board William Morris Jonathan 2 indebted to ihe estate will
On the 5th Oct. they displayed their hostile or ;; secretary: i riasurer : &cubed by law. Those
lllu.MAS P RAN& OLPU., fres'l David make immediate payment.
Xu'1"k.z, : do 7 Baldwin U D May pica*: t
-disposition by destroying Capt.VbJtton'i MA RTIXPiLMER, WM. MURRAY.
itWJctey. S30 Garden on Key Largo: cutting down fruit JOSEPH McL'JATS.Wm Bembry Kenuih Morgan Nov. 12, 1S36. l4-8vr t
Al Munroe U illiam
PCDlllylvim! ::1, do 4 trees, sugar cane, digging up potatoes, vegetables 11 MOTHERS, Billenger: Mary
JhUlIUS It'lL LLLUS, Collins John S Miller Nathan ; -Six weeks after date I shall applr to ...
Dclullrf', 3 do 4 of all kinds,, and in fact entirely ruiningthe Win BUDI), Trustees. I RichardCbii.tda Maige A Aladame NOTICE the Judge of the Counij Court of Leon -

wwylsud, 10 do 7 whole place; mipposed to be in this party WM BL-DD, Secretary & Treasurer Clayton David Newsom Ddeid F. County, for Letters Administration on the estate }

Lu from the signs about 70 in in number. And Mon.ioelloJlst, November,_-283J(( lG6wNOTICE I p. o, Joseph Simpson dcc. late uf saId cunty.L1Oiib.LFLlTCHER.. ..
'", 23' do 7Vonh Chuson John Powel JeremaliCleveland .
in the morning of tbe 8th Oct. they attackedthe :- I'hose gentlemen who subscribed fur-

Carolina: 15 do 7 schr Mary (a mall' vessel nf about 15 tons for Captain Fisher's company of Susan PowelNalbaa .Nov. 12 1836. _14-6"_mAdmlmstratof's '"
forth Carolina! Mounted Volumeers are requested to deposit ihej; Copeland William Perkins Albert G. ----- Notice a -
ii belonging to Key Yuccas,) while! lying at anchor
amount of their r speclire a abac ri pi ions in ,, Carr John Parish R. C. I.
Georgia I 11 'do 7 at Key Tavetiius Creek; the crew 5 in Union ocCentral Bank of Florida, as the six months : T ths n.'it July Term Gadsden County Co rt
which the volunteered: has expired, and Conner Airs J Peterson Peter Lt will our accounts and vouchers
for present
unlucky, number made a most providential escape by company we
15 do 7 I the lund. ar:' desind to be distributee') among ilui eno Croom Monster Pandall Hon. Thos. 9. administrators: on the e-a;.uf Cullin Ed\\ard.. fceii.
Wiser, 15 do 17 I taking to boats amidst a shower of \\ have leccived honorable discharges i I Collins J Bl.oiiekon Richardson Da.-') L. leceased.tutlie BOil. Judge; ofald Court aKli pmy

Ohio; flying around them, two of them only got lJ" Persons holding Subscription: Lists are requested to bi jistharged thcref&om.:
21 do 4 Ringgrld Mary
I lIdia slightly wounded, one in the shoulder, the other to hand them in to Chas. Austin, Trea JOHN ED\V\RDS, Jr.
OIJ. I Deason Jackson F Rainey Patrick CULLEN EDWARUS,
9 do 7 th'i
in the thigh. They arrivd at place surer. Administrators.
Mia Robinson
GV William W.
ihippi, 4, do 7 about 8 o'clock in the morning-they were November 25th, 192(7( 16 Daniel 1836- 14-6m _
Rice James E. Nov. U
Illinois, 5 do 7 attacked about day light. AJf ELECTIONh>v Dircctnr& nf the Union Uail J1J1.YlYj.C Jlfl having claims ajauut the '('
fothe will be S sDav a-l\r Roberts NathanielSweet OT1CE.-A1L persons
ensuing car
Company > ,
t llubams The Indians after the vessel set JohnU dec.are hereby requeted -
plundering Brown,
7 d* 14 hdd in Tallahassee on the 26th Janaary nut.By Evans G James G.. 1." estate
fiaaouri fire to her.Ve could see the smoke from order of the Board to come forward and presc-it them duiYlluthemica-
4 x' do 7 Eliot J Standley Geo.W.Eppes law. 1 huse>> indebted
time prescribed
LuiuLa this island. They were on an island in sight November 2-1, 18JG: Led l within the forward and settle.
5 France Shepard A. L, wiU'plea.su come
do 7 10 the eSlAte,
1rbnlU 3'" of this Key for several days afterwarls and 'I'lt.iYtilJjrirm my plantation HII the tUn.lllp, Edon JosiahFerguson Shines Alford ELIZAtE'l'H BRO tt. A mr'.x.

kept a large fire the whole tine, perfectly at 17lh insta uuialldark.lULE l rather low, and Noyt, 1816 U0 -
Seffield D. JVK
built Any person finding said: Mule and fPilliarn 4 date 1 shall app.ly
the least strongly weeks afLer
danper :
ease not apprehending sup- lCa.-tix
Mr pi->ce, shall be Smart James M r tb.Cou.ty
delivering him to Barnes mi mv Farris James: K. 2 A. ThompJOn, Judge 01
291PRESIDSNTI'AL osiug (an was too true) that they had peacabte>> liberally rewarded Wm TtAlE"! ELI4i French T. J. Smith John Thds. 1. the Court HOD. 3.esli of Leon County, for Letters ofAd-
of the whole coast the islands as Le. C" J-'KyNov to ISJ616..lf.I ; L1endersoI
possession .aycttc. _7uwnsl.jp- n ---, Fitzpatrirk R. 2 Saiter Sunou B. mil JIr&tion on the estate .1 Tbuma.s
ELCCTION. TY. find well as the main land. But fortunately for -- NOTICE. deceased.
late of s said couny,
Fi F. Secretary Grand LodU'Ferguson
< Benj. A.RCH a..N'07'ICE. .
"iremely! difficult to urrive ml tho truth I us (a* no doubt they were calculating on a noble I 1700 Sucks Liverpitol London Porter'alt in bottles. jg John Smith Wright, Lyon;: _No,-. 18, 1836.I56w '
tn! d.t the 1 feast here) a detatchrnent of Marines under 100 Casks: '4
C contradictory statements, in regard 40 bales Dundee Cotton C.igging and I Gatlin A. M. & Co. .
t win .
to the Ute election After careful the command of Lieut. Powell, of the U. 30 Crates of Cr'kery--epecred daily! by Gamin John Stills Martha or Loui. 4 T the April Term 1'1cksol'wife count y Jane coutt,Ward}

1100 a compar- S. ship Vandalia, arrived here on tin 15th the barque Albert, fron Livt-rpotil direct to St. apply,un the part ofmy tldl tom
01 l Dr. G. W. discharge
sa Morgan : fpr a
the OUr exrhange list, we hav arrived at ult. with 8 barges, and 170 in *n, arid tho next Marks, and will be so4! on approved credit Gray adminastralrix cr Job" Wan' and vouchersttliiive
T. Smith Samuel C. The ntcouflt3
G-trwin Abraham !
rollewin T. It. BETTON adninistration.
: re.ultaa :_ day they started in the direction of the fire, maid will bb presented for tnalietdement
November 25, H3S IGtfG Geddia Alex. 2 Thornton B. G. to administration, also be made fur
and the day following they came in sight of .rut an appLication will
v. D. n, &. w. Gross Barnwell Terrull A. C. '
!Iaiot. 10 00nampslnre. the encampment of Indians who were cooking Holder Ceily VickoryJames2. a division of laid catateMANUEL WOOFORD.

New their breakfast, but their were open they '
ryes 15-3m
7 00 Harvy Martha Ticks James R* Not. 19 -
ConDerticut discovered the boats in time to mako their 1.XOTWE.
8 00 lIenderyIuxander Venable Simeon I
Nt" rune 4J 00 escape in the wood where they could not be Harbour L. B. Withers R. F. : ncntisafLer date, 1 "ill i apply to the Hon.

PtauylUnia. SO pur.uedbut they lost their canoes and every Hunt Gitch R. Willis N.. B. SIX Judge of the Jackson county coUrt for Gates.letters
thing they left behind, which was immediately executrix ot the estate of thSM
Dthware. 00 S Holmes A. F. Willis Joab .Jismisory as ANN B. U.A'r .s.Marianna. .
I ltarbnd : destroyed. The detatchment then returned TOUSEY-dentist Hogan & Coborn.Vard George T. 5 IStC
11D1)LE t
00 Z. 8 1836
10 to this place where they remrined one day, Nov. :__ '
; Jonathan COUll'I.
V5' Mark 2 \
25 00 for Florida and New LJITE OF MEW YORK, Ilaty phenWiIiis D1..1 Lc.ON :sUPERiOR
and then set out Cape
i North & lIortba.VeIIL Jesse on t 8 t&S8 upon prom.
CarulUll the citizens of Elijah In treap.u 1
services to I1I&SS.T&1I. [
15 00 of their Tenders his professional :
heard success,
I River, and I bar not Tallrtha8s.eeanJ Us vicinity He will perform all the Irmie Win. M. Wilson James vs isea. Summons ad res. for f200O.Nov.

I 00 11 they are truly a worth let of officers and men, nceoh nryop*'r.I: ions on the Teeth and Gums and insert Johnson Angus \Vilker William Rufus Fletcher ) Attachment for $933. Issued Court.

Lou-ian.- 00 siS and I sincerely hope they will be able to do I arii ficis.l or nntuial, Tieth, on the most approved j Jackson James Ward R. J. or C. Lucas ., 8th, 1836 It.tLuralJit and to all next others term interested ofsaid ,. are

oo much towards dispelling the enemy." modern plan, ,,' Ni-w Yrk and Philadelphia l prices. >rencJant
good ( said suit by
"\IDe hundred ASll_ .J8 tne! IlIt'IIII".0! 01jiuaMy nC4i..011., "z/, ff ii ruiett, VIIL LLJ lliTf.... jeu.lu >.A. .o.j- Johnson William J.ereby opuCed of the ladiiMon' of
and forty-six votes are neeessary should any "f his work prove defective, it Irmie Lieut. William Watkins Robert aSchmeni and are required to appear and plead to .t

lol boice.; Thc States not heard "from and INTERESTING FROM Till INDIAN COUNTRYWEST will be repaired fret of extra charge, The most cclcbratetl Lee Edward S. Williams Drury a- the decfawtion fikd in ""J case according. W the! stat.rovieed. -

'derrd or THE Missusirn.-The AikansHS tooth rushes and Dcntrifices may be had at ute iasvch caM made and [
I certaIn for Van Buren are Illinois : Gazette of Oct. 4, has received late into Higeoce his office, in the Pile)i* Hotel.-He has gold paste, (174 letter) J. g. : CQTTjCHAS.SSIBLEY .

I 1IItgj 4 Arkansas J' total twelve which. Gibson and various other cements for filling Persons callinG for the above letters will I ,
;- (from the Indian west of Fort Succedaneums, AU' for Pltff,
which if preferred to gold foil advertised the 1st of November.I. ,
cavities in teeth pure please
bough for the say
I to insure his election i io tbe electoral which there is no ground Ul
by appear will be ured at half the price G SEARCY P. M. Dated N.y.9 1836.

.,p. IIJ a4diJton ta this, the following States I alarm which exist among the inhabitant. be November 26, 1836.

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I .: ilicliatd Griffin In DS1'RICT--LEON SUt'E'R COUR i. of Srpr. a !smdl I! blark &
trespass on ihf msc upon pro..ivs .-Six week.- after date the ''mini iguicd
It.o !M'RCS. llanlord Smilh) ) JWm. mnlr-, which Ibc oxvi.tr no !lia\i; by'I
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'endnm for $ it
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George Fshcr.: )8iOO dan.npcs. At nch't Jor $101 Wright, In assumpsit, summon" ml r s- i j n.mi l y I r Uc-is 4f ad'.i istr- "IS4FI 4111 ib. .' ,. |.i4ivmj pn pf rty, ansi( {.;>y'i.i.i: t t.r this

? ;J; Returnable to N..V. Te.m. I 1836THlHE Hanford Lyon .* pondcndum for #40U). Aii clitnent I .tFt, .'I) -a'iiu; l 15 U t ilson' laic of>aid c -imtvIce.. -5- &idvritst he'll. I %' OULD Ve'pcr.ttLully

.* ilcfoni'.cnt; and all others, interested ar, : hereH wI'l. N.Ckm, tra- fir S850, issued OoiioirGth I .Nov. & lofi! I IHw: ROIJI. I.. HAR ISO( LDWAUDFOGTMAN.Nov trier CULtiners, that'nform hi5 frred

Vr : : by notified (If tie msliiution of ;Ins said uit nnd dins; ns smith, 1 18 6. JlctnriiMble to November 12. 18G.:? 4tf I .N41C } uT14, with nuDs nw

'. ,,:;; I iie! issuing of said alta.hmcnt, and to appeu and Wright, Lyon fy Term, IsJG.Co. \ 1 'Ill.ENI.---I..CIJN MP..I.I"R: ci rur. I vhicI.; ; he is tIIV and i2known fr

.L b.j $ : tilc.ul: tothf dcclaiation filed% in said( caponc oiuing lo Vs C-.ri.Nii.m F. Dii-ir ) In I ti'-spu-s on 1 the c.tse up"n) RAIL-ROAD NOTICE.IE I I nauii tl| R. 11. 4t J.A' tuEl J': H ?.I

the statute in suehrnse made nnd provided. George La.iman; J | vs > pr"iTii' e*. i.miiie"I s. firJ [ St'" khi-i'ier, i in i lee '1 atnlM! ,so L Rail-toad! I pud by the late li A.P.ers .Jft
; ::1'. '- h Dated Oct. 4, IblJG. J. I 1' WKSTCOTT. r&tHE Defendar t nnd oil others interested arc here- ; .1,4), Dm. \ S: .' Ai a. I- nt fr l'O.( 'l.-. T C'oiTipany.nio rev no'ifi-i> '!lv'' Tx' dr.1.' T:S vile* tfii-se who wish rr'L,,, ) *krt *

: t CHAd. SSIKLKY.03m SL 1 by notified of the inslkuuon of the taid Mi'u an j jof su.1 iciiv. .1tt It3b'(;. Rtluriiableto ne.M term olrgVlIK per share is required und direried to be pain to the I call and examine his to aCrtmcn' u

4 .7:. ) At'fI.Pl! ;t'! ivguins: of said attachment, and! to I appear a nd | s 'i ( '. ..ttrt. c ubs. ibir on each share o1! tlitir stick on tnc lUili day part 1 of he follow S" C i
I toap, ar and pl ad to the tleeUv uion filtd in sa ti : l>> b-nc.ant! air! all others interested, arc here "( Noy. next.Sy B.ue. Black ; viz Cotis ,-*
K -'ix ut-el.s af er da>e I shit1!l apply 10 I case, aecoruii.g'to the statute ii: su h CUM- tuttle ...mltilled I JL Bmwn.Oli've, Green
t 'k : I by !.ofnd..f! I ibcinsti i ution of sa.tluit by uuach- order of the l-oard Dinrtors.CllAS .dixe rv uar. -
: the Hon. Judge 4.f the curtf Lon ,
c univ -
J. D. iriiSTCOlT i Jr. ;
P1 Pu t ird and ad the AL ; 'iiN; t r esii
F ; n-i-'t art nqinrer io apt ear P1' lo ULclaraion Sirrctnr.y I .tlixetl
county for Ic-icrs: of administration of 4-
< n me es .tle Dated Oct. 6 18'6. C11AS. S ILEY. I
lih din said ihe statue in Oct 25 183G. I2rf
t c.T f at nrding: lo I BlLickLavcncr
,, Elizabeth L'uinev, dec, la e of *aid conn'v' All's for t; P'UK' and teet.ui.iie
sli Cil case ut'ac and provided. -
a:uiew and

c W. Oto'er _________________________________ MIDDLE IMsTUlCT-LEON( : SI PP/U: C'' nMNainamcl ) F CIIArf.a. 6113LEV 'he Dug howell we hrtvpjn st received; a lar e I i of Black an.d Blue v rr'S lb&

.\TDKS) NOTICE.rOTCH ( : Hrglet.ii ) In I I tre.-pa-v on I tin 1 c 'e upnvs Att'ys foi PltiT. and choice usiorlim ul of G ROC tIi E Wilici Ii VCt Fancy Figured Cloth sujertfe!

i 4 : : : -"!-' Is hcrebj) r v n .. all ji r: <"isc'-n' vrncd, > pivn.ibcs- siimnnnau i iGcorgc ii Dated Nov. 0 i 1s: ,o. 1 Itf wt offer for sale on good terms,-viz : bilkdo.? Merino do., s-IcrahdI; : SilkU

& .J .'t .1'i 1 that at the Apn. 'JUr-i. i i.7.. tit Ja.cKf.nC ituiiy Fisher. ) pomlemlum for 500() damage-. _.-_ .. TT-; .,, ,rsa" ir Mc 100 bbl Baltimore Whiskey I a sivIeofEiiirli.vr, Valencia, Ch:di.V.en"! QsiU

v F Court, 1 shall apply i a fin d.-c-.ir.! : Ir m ihe ud- Aliach'i S'2-20 rctunuible lo Nov. 50 N E Rum Fancyew Silk.Jo Ifei

.>. ,'. / .t ;1 j .uni-tratoii! ; of the, fst .i s .'Sniii .nil Uft"i Alccill l Term, J856.rfMle : JAMES M. SCOTT, 23 Country Gin I ALSO, A LAIiGE

0" :. :\ dtc. Ti J MA.S !' H11 t' K, A-lm'r Defendant and all oih-rs interested are 50 Champ. Cognac. Peach & A pplc Brandy HEABY-iMADK niSP
.t ,% .;i ..i.i. ;auu.'ix ni baid ettaies. H In r-iby notified of the institution ()the saul M ', ATTORNEY: at! LAW, 10 Casks Malaya Wine

I P. Marir.iia, Ctl S *oi. l" !t C SCud and of the issuing of said attachment, and to apjar' \VING returned the Tcrri'ory of F! ri.la, 20 bbls ( lid Mii'ngaela Wiiskey, Blue Amongvhich L.ack are the 'l(2(
and plead to the titeara1 ion filed in aid CA C, neco..1ine Brown, Ohve
:. :: : ; g. 1 tenders piofeNsionnl servit rx < o persons Ma'cjra, Pt t. S her ty U incs. Green
; \ULILE1)1-TRIUT-LEUN) .-U1'E,1!: COURT.In to the statute in such cas-c nude: : and | n I >\ u!< d, Mulberry, Green and \lixefjj Dahl ,
Old Irish
in i'iieral, a> nri .IItiiii'd/ ,{ C'i > ieI:! if nt Lu'c. Whiskey, warranted genuine. p ,,
f : a' -d, Iiaivy i I tn spfss: on, the case Dated Oct, 4th 18JC.; J. D. T4wOTT, Jr. HtTwi.l 1 a send he .Superior 'our s of J. fier -on, Leon 25 bMs Mcii5Sfs, teci mixed Ot-er Coats, German

.. ..! .'.: I $ Wte
trztuiY. t.e sN. ii li.t I n.-poiUi) ndum for $10 9 3m Au's t 1'1"i PRtT. and 'I 1 homa ( and superb article. Superior oHh. .
Lc nddrcs-ed lbs Baltimore
il> VtCLi & Co. JO0 Co. eis o him ntMomicHlo i I 15000) cured Mi'ldlin' ;-. and Ht..i% t UoaL., lor Gentlemen. Blue and EI'
V.i. > 4LtI.iages. : i I elerson? Coil II y Fi-uida) josl paid, on 100 boxts Radons Black
4 (Es 'xsLrainun. j Au.uh'i .""or iJ i--1.GO. sj "(.)TICE.-Six month's after dale, the sutisii t t. rwill > b iisiii.'z,S .til'' 'l'<-' piiiJf/ually atiended! to. 50 Piunc Green, do, for Ldesan.l Oh

t G cccc J u-iU'ci.-l, I l8iU, ttttrl F,- pres-ent iheir vouciicls, etc. t" the county \ :, ;. I41. 3000 lbs best Laf S'u-ar I U sm.eic. 7W ltjck 1'xed'

} at'ic ti.NOV.. 'i enn, I I..So 0"iut I of Gadsden county I rnd pray to be t'isi harmed} Ci Corded 1JttCc11, dO..BILIC., Lcn
100 ackers I BiJCkaijd
ti. p, I LIE Di fi-mlan: nd nil 'ih'< rs inieiesied, an; !1-4-m lheadmiiii>iratirshii of 1 Hi-nry I F. V. n <" rHlAKE.NO'PICK I:: : ( :-All persons I intlebled lo E. B. kegs walrr linen iJo do Rotund Jackets : l

1'. .. N hcnby ri'iilio-l of ihe. ,institution m) ue said JOHN \MALONb., .0. Peikiiis, tither by note or accKtnu privi.ms: tolaruay 30 bc.xr* nnc! ki.gs 'I'obacro, assorted quality. I Lions, Blue and! iVck Cloth VEST.j, or ftlt d' ,

:.i? t .: suit, and of t the. ib.Miiuii of-aid atinc ..m.-ni, i uni i to I i- 43 TJ. KENANTCTICE :i I 1st, I lb'.Garc:; itrpiestcil' t to call I and settle the 40 bags I aqmra: and Rio[ Coffee Velvet of all Patterns Black Qml" and F' '

,.,.), :. ; and pU ad io |h> i.c1.tt\ U* i. lie! l I io i b.nd C.IMI.UcoriH. appear *- ______ ____ -ame% as il is me( -K\ry tint! ull I lie tttCoullt$ tIE. Bl' 50 keg* White Lr-ad diiin. Ksllh, dilk.sn Figures ti "

$; tA 1.Z t') ;beta'.nl., in t st'ch <: i'-t in lUl n' nu iun ii I Ij \ ( ) --Six weeks after date, we will ap1', lv < i iki-is be closed( I as soun i as po fbc.Uct ): tOOCO 5 hhds best Spanish Sugar Segars cia, .Alcni, and all the molt .,, But!', i'JMK f *

Daiul t.4, 1SJG .1 1 P. fliS 01 J V lor le 'eis of adinmi>traiion! on) tIc: eMatc ol ; 1st. 8 tf K.: 1SAIINAUO& CO. arc Co be found the approved Ptter
I li
50 lags Buck Snot among |
: CUA' ::'I1i..V. Thomas 1 tLitdCOfl. dec. latei f said I a j ifl1pOrtjon
> rouniy. Large assortment el i'me S
; .1 I Cotton Gins. 30 kcg s I'uponis and CoorhV Pooler L, hur3 W
; : ; '' ft (9 3m) 1ot Pt'il.! j T. i.:. LINnENlICIlGK'lG. 40 boxes Candles Flauiel do do. Urau-ers hlteU
: --------- II. Ll.N DKNBiaiGLIln : I IX I lion i fran'ed cntfunuins fiom CrainlrCo Sperm t'ks, Gloves Sulk
r : manulaftory i.tck! iik l1as.kcrcluieI
: : BO Smoked .
.CE. At tic. Jiimi | Herrings.
"u '
v j next *
term o S. I. IIAWES.Ocoler Elastic
St. .\\I S ilk
) ark
3 : ., tonipanv cAptctu1 tlail/at 3, 1 It Tierces Rice Cotton, and Worsted H ltTei
J. 2 .!." :
; cnumv C'iMit. 'iud r.M ied; a ii1. ,. .L" of \Villi i D). lla.'iis 1 ndcceasulili, tu -. T. U.b'tyj. IJLl'l'TON.Nov price. 50-Boxes ttrcmn Snap.f Satin Bcaivenlo d' k otith's

"f*. t w' ;, :, stnt iiis ..uco.t< ai \tiucln r* f...i M'tth inci.l willi said ( 'l'IC-E tfjv'\r K? after dato npplira'i i'n Will- 12 ISSfi. ;0 drz. L lollies Porter and Cider. Fur ScaL Cuts, Liiu.irtItas, anti

L4 and > _______ __ Mjf _ 100 beS Cotton wh. h is ntcded f u-
estate, pray i> i>i d.> t..ti 41 l tter"from. be to th lion I tlio pieces >t Bagging. a Uerutkritn's ,
iiuiii I ( (
> County d-intof J.ii is .
: : H K''. A- .L\.MI'S JQIVbON HI'.ul'' ; : *' J. I..1: i,. would also
1'. M AC11 100 Coils
'iAlj :\.lmmi.-tnr ofV.. I III D.i. I ,n, for 1lleis of adminiitr.ition on the esLule( ifVm.. Kopc iu&tiy: tLitt ,
:: : rr'w. O.UMU-A Jn'y 1 -I J, J <:!tro nO Still dec. hue of said county. i.iJi'C.i-a.I J.LOBfe A j i j BJr.5 5 ea.'cs India Preserves mcr, h nas been csga--,1 ,n .r.nniitrctcruiVi!'

: : .if I'lT.J:: I 10 barr No. 1 ILnd Shad artielts! ,. ,
; TftJOJ.1J :: : ; LEVIN BROWN.Nov. : parucu r.y f)r ,this, uuark
: ../ .- lor ; h1i,
chiapniss ui .
i-j: i. my accounts.a'.t! t4t. i.i .xasi: < iihistr.tii of I fcJifcs'ttto Ik2 isr.fi. 14-Gw Com, Brooms. Chrcol.tle! Pepper, A.ikpi ; are notlolc
; 2. c AS )ju t n eeivid from' N v. Voik a nor asjl Dr by any inlhuscciioiioi
p 4 4', f t S.in.ucll.id -nyt ; untIa the twk
rtnient t 4)1 I I'madeli.tlis i l Cassnncrsar.il V estiuitaII..Ei ;s Door .Mats. Kn lUh Walnuts Cmamon iii b.--n mail.. u;> under his ,
the ro'inTy' court J c1iart-d l the .; '' liK'li art' all; ] t:,io inost !.liiuiKiblc ( i/hns ai itt ntine, Inn-mal I 1, fJuui'O'xder, and I TeasSi.teh some Lt-rfe! ot confi-leiicr can
j. ; irom fu.tim adi-H ( pi Hyson -- ,
IV .I ;: *-ir.tln ) tnt-rtof. WI ILL I be i>oM: in tIC! ('it)' of Taliahas'Ci on I the p. tie riis. I ilia'! u hav.ippi:. rt.1 in) ih.; Jsi-\v: ". ml. m.-rkel l, i'nufl'in b.ttth.s Caster (Oil) Opndihlork V'in- I thn&c! whu wish u> purchase: rrcmmpnd the satr. u
U. ,
:2 a
.__ i1 ruLKMAN. ) 1 1d::7 t.f I nrbt rate article_
January, :i pri ne gang U I nc ncacustomcd also an t.\lei.sivC Rtailv: would }
'l t I '
asaimntn! :.latlt
: i h.thing I; ear, S iinili! B-own. LeiiM.n Varnish IiiC'I.; ) aii.t tiuu in.--
r11 !1 'I In iaddi i'irup, Copal Cloths lave
C4 s to t the climato; and the cut' iv.tthn of ci. "ft. ottnpurciu
.inami Vt IVi'; Sti )( uhiii! h be
) can .nnne.liaiely fioia
4. \vai.an: !lti .is i't lmonc., &.c. For g.iie 'wG.H.'F.E.LINDENLIGEFL the !
: May 'JVim i l. .iu'.-to wit : May 3d I IbSG. ( 01 ti.uu; six finmtilvs; one In rsc. a V..TCOH ;ltd i.eatly it .1.1- ; and i f.is fii.! *- i u e.lt ch Ihv a-. anevti: ti slarrual-b. uulpoItcr, nnt are from tfie

LITTLCHURY U. JU.NE.S, hnri CSN-aUu on ;h.- ad January j-omc iiiii>If .- h' *. ll'i; n-d 1 the
% in sentIent c-nii.tr ti sniis ( IatLtizu.!
: r ) ,) a t w ufjouin.sliiih.ng 29. l 12-H atc, October 12, IS3.V
vs InCluv.} <:ry and rattle; a pj unity i i of coin ami I li.dilt--, p'! t IItLtI.'ii al.-o! V"'ilb' >> nii.iinll.i and 4-luth i 'l>, n.cns |2-lf

I I,. DAVID Tilt AS. \ took( Ac at the plantation of J. B M I.tys dtcaxd Ill u.iK, c It.ill ai.i 11! fur eap- f va ioii.-> ([i.alitn >, .' Iuirts lifmon" O'I'ICE.-'Ihe subi'-'iber has jUzt .tccived ari-i Ii ,is FOR SALE
g T aj>j"ar& to the s.tn-ftrtio'i of tin!, Madivn: f'lo. The conditions the ill is now at the fo. ,
i'ft i n.nrt, that I Ha
.. :'; .vid'1 h'inastloes n.it fesnlc in j the I IJmi.ti, Male.but I .-, be I :i nedaof I I'J mo.iths, N\illi I itt(-ICSL fioni it..I' p rsonal iii p'ain atiii tutil'-d iiii4, ii, ptaiii a d .iiibr-'iiu-ned' l bo4 })- A. Fi-rmy Dnv.nl, a ycreral, asaornnen' .f DRV I q .iGVOLJ. .i.A..

: .... ro-t-irs m ihe j.r >\ ;.,-.. ,1 r I' \.is. t ib thcM'i'itcm tu/ut.ty and a nio tZLC .fihe | n'p My. .n*>. 4 olai! >, sh (1,5, u->|,. ;jei.s, line m Hinj tluniil JI.I. GOODS' GIIOC'KUIES, Hardware, Saddlery, ...-. TUB subscriber his

moL'iM of <- : t it pub' I IID. Ciiiion l.ai.ii.l. and i. t n i i M >hir..s ami dialers eotn-'ry) [ ( oiBif.rocd i en:I veil by iutchr.
q. lication bc m. dft { '.'o, I IH! ; term of six U. UtiS. iL
3IAY.S credit
- mm ilu linn .slik buuk-kiii | Purrhastis are indued u. II Tucarora
J >) agreea n, : niul I Ins- .;lo-ei>, fur collars: d"vliit c ai fnm
'l I; :; tint lily to tlie st ttiitu m MII;! h c i>e oiaJe a.id jir .vided, & Nov. \\2 1S3G. 14 ulTh \ > ai.tl oli.rt it! silk .UK! lit.L-i. haiKt'l.t n )hiel.s Also: o.taminc f..r ihtmselvcs.! H' I. HUTCTI1NS.Tall York the !oliow"OOd
; s.iicl ,
rtsponih'ti:, I Hivid Tho-nas d! II.CLI i-villc J Jnuri al.the t M ,. J'. ihassee October I33G l--lf I
: o ippt-.ir j % and < nfjo cry 'ir- a lot 4if l i oro c!'.tl'in' $ -. -ill otvlnc he u ill! sell lowa4 ,
as .
d I Ito
j plc ansnMirdH.' umhc: ro.np'amani's' bili filed nal Ala. w ill I puuloli the above f .9 lI: S herein Ixfoie the exmr iiionof ,ix Ionianilnir! I tlii olfic, ; 4'iT'lii.4 iti"' jH'Uily 4t the jo';; Us i as can be bought TM. P. Ri.. Coffee, Si Cc'x: St'gar
I. -i I ihe same ;-oni'ts to > !"ri\in| ni.A in I I'M-' 't i'4-irit iv DUVAL.vlio! has leutrncd lo Fii>rida, '
F : will be taken Rye Gin. N IS:. fl.1nI
: j ri <-n u"i .MI. A iiuici.py I i Irmii 1 IMe ----- : I ;. to settle I hin.vlf pcimaiici.rlyai' I ,>d R. C. AL : ,
r1 !I lInutee. 45'Jir.' Aiux, .1. !K. II.iiitlsijik.A LL p Tf on-, having: claiir.a ii i ;iin.-t ihe i-st.il ttI 41! LEN havo ass'-cialid ihemseives in the 3Iii5rat, Malaga,

si:,. 4 DMlNl.s'i'UAT' iJ'| ;, ALL V\ ih i toM- 2 iJL Jame-i Li. Mays dete.iseil, HP; ieqne t4 41 i I In |,i Jl (J.JJU). the Law. The.y u ill keep an oiliec at Tallahassee practice and of S:' iy-.nJ! < WIXES

v,. : j Js+. publiAti'ti! at sent them piopeny autheniiratcd lo I D ii 1 M.M.nd, : rHMJi'. St. Josephand! I will adtira V
> to) .4 h h si ...J 1 !'r.! tin .- j Hiilarrib.T avmg I lc.iu eonij, e'led lo dicap.I.L practice in t the Superior cotirtsiii
..: k : day the-24h 1) jr- tvhe) indebted to make payment, by the J.-t I of Jan. I the riMinti Cream A'?, AlmomTs
rc.4ii bis! i'I l LeonJi-lli-i.,
( & on.Gadsdtn
$ # n. xi al Carp: nit i' Sloie, mxl. B.J-KARLL/ puini ( u>.iiniis 4.in iu.4 the la-$: Min.mer frmu ; .1.i ckoti, and Halfj
-l fI, JVIiclit/Nitkythat v.lu !lie -t 'ml$ and plantation; com : .' km .i-v :ind titlur i'.iu' >i ias: 1ru''uit.t :in adilili'inai; Fiatikim andin the Court of ApptaU. They pledge Hope, kc.A'dared .

prising tl.eV i of S E J of. o.- 10, T 1 2 norm of range Nov. t- 1836. J>.11.3iA \ .". \\ aeh: Al.'kei finm iht! : :N nh, and a.Mi.fthe publn-; lu-msrlvcs to ivc strict attention to all business con lily ex per:inf0m: N. York pcj !ti :

t .l b Jtcavt, 'v.nt.iinin.j .-0 a r-.s Trms$ made known on 11-tv ilia, he beheti'i lie uillm.u i I/cable to do uork filed lo their management. \\ 2t1.P.1)UVAL. Lucindn, and Schr Byron, a general ossortnen: iuf
the day of)! sale. UKUIJKNM.: : \ I 1) and 111 lh lest n..innerI R.C. ALLL'N- Dry Gioi/s./ Ileajy "maje! clotbius:, U.irewreCu.(
t, TorI.1-( : Siu
: ks after (lJtell.fl I I I 1h! lias (f.r I l.lih !crY. Rifle: *, Donble-Darrflled! !
KLIXABE II GULDKN ihe Hon. Ihe a-ply; to s.iie .ni \t t. pv-ivi-a->*oiiii 4 nt a.' V.-itch .*. February 1S.>t1. f27tft cniis, Pisicb, Ha;
: T1 t : (; .M ? (Ji.iimy) t..m t <,f Leon : Ji'rte'rhjlvei! Sho"s Sfid.iles. and Bri
i..i ) loriters !tc
_. : Crnckcrv
Admr'sJCl .. ofAdmin, hp o.>, ;\e. u inrli ne \\ iP *el! on a. Glass, and
.N(_, : -- liaUor. on the Silt i.f Liml-av (11.40 OIl :tu.g ':ritis. & 1AKEN up in the coun-y of Decatur, Geo. and CI.i na ui>re, Bale Ri-pcana Bagiuig, Tw Inc an'Me'!
-Six Mtint 1'l 4l tat *
$ S .tftci- 41.Itt | |Iifl|| < c. : stuj J. B I TA JL di ins wth
; exli OIL ooin-ty. VL< ;R. lodged in the Jail ; : a jr. nt-r.ti
j .s : my Ji'Vi.tiiits nri'ioiu iir N. IftJG i-'t-KI ) RICK i JWLE al Bainbndge, two negroes.. aSitrn''iit f>if grcccfle% whh!
and v.a. l.wAdniiiiistnitoi's
I is i apply lor a d iIi.i <;. ___ (! No. I'.ll' 'I!. Ji.i: a '.uiu I iota will li--si.id 'n\ ;hhcrai i!
I ,. i\sAdi.nnistralur (ii' I ihc csutof _----- _ I t, appiara >e abuyt 10 yar ol a. t.rtfls-tlIPy h.ive abtntCG!

.- Itt. ;.; ,. the) JuJ;e of the County Court GOlgt I'.,r fin- I'aythrcisto -,, ( i''ttice. ) "HuT'sAL" ". -vT .T A LTiJr i> run. ilia ti., i th" u bite-I of hi i'. eyes corresponding in low ljtshci diy coaic alurasalt wl.uicli wilL be ssdTc: !

: : : J.u'1o.i. .KHiN. c--nnly 4.1 _l... COL -- hi. uii- I a1'1. aiani-e with hu complexion Ias the brogue of

: : Julyn;::; m n. !. C. I'AVTIIttl-.SS ALL pi r>i nt iiavin cl [ M'l.nv; iion-a-.nl, .114: ; I en' bv ', i'ir I Ii } m r .sionn
rj lTiKlL ', < .1! .s> ''Ih'irse I 011-1 s-de of I. seems > n 17 yeir ol ar nieicluiidize. Ci'i/onandi
IN in t'i ,
';s: : r JOHN.A. CRAIG' ii.JJA i..' A \ ,, v j -it t., i r.s. tt thru,, duly ;n, iiuti.. itt d v i'a: n tin- tiuii, p> escnbed iv.b: take plan ih re n thus to< tiiy.1 i md.i of! Ap-dachu-, ami, is very black, -1 feet I 10() inches in height, has a n' pro'l'.c--I tl.ty w i ill l I ; Uo.titciui t to the ilirfiinj[ ..ni

\uIl.: by lau. 1 1 0-e 'I ndi>l.tid u 10 jl.u c will m jaimaiy ; -mall scar o ih.- right of his leli br. gpneral rotumi-M'on bninesnm
merchants a <; in M, b. iii ,tie l l'tli< tlax: l's.ii eye iv, abovV. wilt buy and -
i> or.th
t1 etc. make i. I
k i i 4 J. ., Comity.r piease immediate j-axment. i iluitliou ot the IJip-r.orsof u altr the This boy ans\versthe description ol a boy ai'veriised' anee money n cotton store.! (l.TtUtliem to be i ij .;qtI

;!: J1015RRTvs W.Y; MURRAY j I ill i mjiiny., 1yAliiiGrccninthc l-'loudian, by the I ed ti t u, j' ..it i in u the! (Uriite.i Sr-sjes dtuk.
[ V Nov. 12 ISr.G. hey \\ alMiiiil'i r for .t'.' .ut il i.tun- time ai-d A ....... 'PI.. I..I. ... na. .e ol. ; s hey plsd
I ll-6vv i iiTTCE ..... .. .I..I i .i o, ctrii ..
.51 .
u mi., II il.i. H-.. ... .. ,, I ,.r I .-.i! .. ',u.;.. i. i. :.. r..tri..n tn U fn rf a
tint iitiaiusan>jaii j p. r.-r-nsrr. .... Thomas Ileyni-Ids of .Micl.as.! F1'rida. rii1d ttt !
ieerticd arc here o'-ec: Lue.ui.
The I
: tit roeV li.'e ,
J3L t i .l ( ,
S ztb'v&by' ii.tificd that a pi i ''l >u has b.-cn lilcd in the I ( ___Six \\cel reij'/s cd 'o conic l-rr BEXJA'IIN; trrJ vi!.
; t.. t..ate iii the ik' i .te t... z :.d .1. the linn tin; Ji'dg-of' ( tr\ i'.tiiu, .1 i.a: t l f ..LOU wrd, prove I :'.I arit'ha 5
4 ', the ft.nch.ser of n.iiri pr.ivin- tin-Com.ly 'niiit .i i.on i.- :. a-- -s a 4-a > ..is i o d of) ''i.e property'pay charges aid tate ihemawav. oj. 1 J-3t> 0)?)
: a m..il-a- -, on a tr.u-i ol lai.d County, for Lett/r-tit fAdiiimi-ti.ilioii -u t.e sUp .
: dcsi"- ,
4 ii iln i i ; 4.-.4itu.
'IuI j iatcI* us the west; half) ; of ih.Mjjth) west ol JoM-ph Simpson dtc. late of said e .i l> uiiii Itlij0: .K re iii'). 4.r .. s. J-; REMIAII II \YLOR K.'H. PILGRIM-
tiut .
; I icction 3-2 qu.irlkr of V. | { In* .4 in..> oi .M.Cvi. : !>c in i I'>. t. ailor. ;
4I ', t.tIC) SjX, IlOtilt uid; > < L1i.( IL :' Eu. ir. r i-h. -r ap- ( 'ci. I i-J:!, !-:: ; iiif I
; i a l6glX i f.
ittiD tl.iv-
p.i\.i.i >
r.i Ii' 3. iI.C.N1's, uU' y 1tr Nov. 12 1sr.:; 11-Gw :; in ai tl.e hal me .n I i., i.ao'ear M EKC.JJ!: A-NT TA VLOHavm B
i: Jttlv. ihh 1s3(;. ; -, i-ipiai | a) niLiitu idi inic t-t; .ii: d \\beii ,

--- -- ----- Administrator's J ?,a-.. p ij mi. it anit a'Ic I to I le li u-t ; -, a Citar U'.lg :\ KSTOKE ju : retuinott firm New York, haslakei P1
I -- Notice.
uiijiiilibnfier 41,t it!, !|lie undercut:d, ad nil ii is- j i v. ill! In- ..u ue i iiy .h in to i im- pun ,.a>ei : pR( ) VI-I ( N A NI) 1t1 ( 1.ltY. st rf foruifrly orcii|)i .i* by II. Hilscy, in JefftSTOJI
';: K2 tiaturuf I the -k.aluof Di. Tlmmas A T the nt xt Julv 'IVrm of Culsden County Court' I! 1 ii I."g. In '"3 ; I II-I ii-s'11 lie It.tv. whir re he is
.: : tkccasc. .1. Mi.mdeti, aIl..ic .n iji. may ; oined .a. hv "Itii-e of is unued I ihi-nionlves under t the now op. nin .1 ire.ieril: assortnot'lttady '
i. !, will! preM-nt! io the Pi4bate court his .::"SL we. will pifsent our ZtCc'tl pits ai.tl \ 4inicr.as! | the t maiio, in hue fiij u! N .v \'ork. a .d .it the K. linn of Prac.-y vv Maner, for the purpose 4,1 fs I UMI. e n.ins! :, cuni--tin of every arneii!

: accounts for hnal seultm.r.tuul( apply Cor a tl, timre.A admin'Mtrators, on iho estate of Cullin Ei1 \ arts! > n j fiiv 4.1 the I'ii I u 'i-i -r.a V.j| (.achi i-.a. o.- tal '.Mmiir in ,ihi ,. -\n. i,r bt. Mark., a Grocery mil- Ins line of bit .ti* < Mutable t" the s< asou, which wI

U EIVVAItI) 1rtscd. to the Hon.I I Judge) of saiu Court, and pr iy j i i\ew; \ollv, '. >.'> b j lo.JG.Lu /Vi,r/ij'o/i fiore I b., ir fni'li'in-; s .liu lar.c 1 it** ...t,Id on the ;m-isl inr.iodtn! : urm*

Aug. ?O, IS3C._. to be disciiurged llurrfiom. I.S ..u-LANi:, (0u1tIlfIIl I' LI.| y Iilvt\vi'.t: pi'i.pubu .11 Hf his ZIb.i! o on !l.a-nl a splpwi'd bortirent tif f fpcrlint Ii
; atienoii.g 10 the
..,. i T the n, \\ Jumctry u-im of (.. ,|MU-H : JOHN) F.DWNRDS, CU..RLL.-5[ At I G. DAVIS, llcc'innz und Funcartting i'l l Gixnls and Ci ;toii, to cloths, Ca-st if res aiul Vestm, rtcentiy 1t11

) .' I willj I rt-bentiu)' a.-ci-unisaiid vnuthcrs county, and CLLLEN EDWARDS, Jr. JO.SKl'11 M. %V1It'I 'Itutc. whim t they plidgr themselves to pay such attention t ported. uJii.-h he wilt scll : y thf yard! or piece ant!

t' ', ': to be disi'har-ed froi.- the ot!jnay, l'e .t d t i i i i t u a t'u r. Oct-J-J,| l H 11-I Jan. as will entitle thc-n to a liberal share of wlnc'i cnn 1 1* nutilc,! .ij> tur tlio>e who wish, at tht
; Nov. --- patrona
:. ib: .: esatct.f: Wil.iani I i :trr, den-a.st.-d. laftQ- _______ __Hom'TICK _____ _______ _________ (JOl' ro.N( i '_ oilK i ON from the.Mcn-hantsand Planicis ,of f the Territory, and I shortest notic**, ?nd in tl.e most fasliiotiallcftyle.Ifitendin .
Rock-Comfoil, Jimt I II. -I-lt'im; W. < '. Kl ( : -All % hain claim r I I neiuhboiiii" counties of Georgia. Tli.[ ir to make Talbliasste his permanintj rf1
.t A persons I :; :* auaii: t iln t ; i Mdinber wishes I to goods will
I I Ji hn '. pi.icha,e Cttm, and be sold low for cas-h: o I ifrnee I he Impes. by rsc\crin tDb5ifl'
stai" of: l( Brnun tli-' produce. As applicationmerit
mombs abef d ; : are i i iiiy r v. ill tueln-lii'si they will endcav-I
: I : glX !< | sln/l/ apply; ; io the fj j giu: i prices. ,_, I..ARD1N.[ to Id hand
K5 County Conn ..i< f.tcKv.-. ( on. ed t'i 4iine li L' > > i ID
't ;. I Dismissi'i'i; fr.'tn 1 ii." a <,MJ %- ;. .41'! v Jr Ltit. rs of \v iil.m I the c Utne j r> sejibtd Ii 'v. 'I .'.t-! niii! uii u ilALL ........'-... S' L I iIUIIS oi Oct. 21th. iSL'fi. 12 tf

' 1-I t i. ". ,. the late Riih. r1< L U n ?I.'t'. y\r]|'' ,,.il.e. ,.,,e-titr 4i( to the estate, viIi |.l.lai e..me f>rwaid and seitie.ELIZABETH .)\TI'E. dcscupiion, 'Toiiiury Mcrehonts and Planters vfl vry Lund
t havii.g 'I greatly to their intcrst NOTICE
Cia Hu:; L'tgaifls.' .i-i! 'Mt t l, tt. a ,,? ii ; .. Bl'tOU Ailnn'x. rertons are lartby cautiom against trading tc call Their Store i is flow

Leilt thent ',.' ,Mli u. A L ELL IIJ ULt 1J j t ( I il ( N.V. 2, IH-I(; n-s _ _ a lime of Land, UOH to the Mib,t'nlu r, a Unit Pcn- JOHN BLA IR PEACH THE UNDERSIGNED[ having purchased the

r \i. ; i. i- 6 .-,.(;.t4 ) ', I O i ICE.-Six weeks atier date 1 shall apply-to Ihe I I l.'nh ofyej.t. i ty .Nilin Giinii--, fiJ5! | tloilars, a St. Marks. WM.MANfclft. tire interest of Mr. Gideon Emory in the Mercnle

,4 I 'l I :\i $ Itk it' t--------- the Hon. i eslie A. 'I 1 homp-on Judge vi i e smuil 1 cudii on Uiu bai.K, a s the iarnu has l.ten lost or Jan. IGlh. IS36. -J3-tf C.adhJimCflt! conducted( under ihe firm of Ec.-' !
J Ai : .CE. ton & Emory ii thi notifies his friends
'tiI iiNlanl. place
$() Count < 'ourt of Leon D Al. ,
8Vili 4- ;?.,!. ; County, lor Lcii'T ol Administration GRAHAM. !
%v -, 18t4: 411 (j.I. dl4.fl npainM; ; ihc -tate of Allied. on the estate ol Tin.mas Hendcr.M.n .V.v. IDi b.'iC.:; ;. I.i Gw _.b7 YGJODS7 GttOCFRIES[ HARDWARE, customers, ("hat he is now receiving a genera! as
c. u.ii-. aie, noui.ed. tfrc.-The subscriber having meat ol Goods selected himself with care iflou.
KenttlicMii duly to pieIK. hue i.f said conn.v. deceased. I I pur:!lased wf Mr by

Fcribe.1 by liv. aui; .en lealed uiilm the ti.m-. ) rc- Nov. I IH 4, Istt: ; -ljGw I : HUGH ARCIJKR | U) V '..1' .1 .1 .-.' I.. G.CM"M! I-anni111! his cntiiesi"-k of Goods in ihr ...ew York and Baltimore, and offers the sat
? &ii. ;;- v il| |l(, fM.vei ot allahassce, oilers them V f ciiv redatfed bT
barred retail the stand
prices at at occapith
rlfi TH/-1' I '.I' .ral OP ,
t-de! .le i t- the estat c :al I"1'1'1'' stl<: !or c ish m Jintown accommodatinicrms. ) -
t rc iijcpCftBl, | t() miko i, ., ., AOTICE. I he -s3rtmcnl embraces late/u rni. ALSO-
rnizi? ? Vw t ui Munin i .n ( hi- l-i d [ A great ?
payiiient. t\ variety
JMLNic 1 \1luL.Jdm'r I T I ihc April I Tcim of Jiclcson I the usual 1iour l.I..lL.i'y nexi in aiticlismd by hie arm ah from o Expected daily per brig Harmony direct I from
Uuiu"yf, 10 lA'JS. conn y court, I will j itt -ate .i likely nf .' ti-llnw New-Yoik, ir. now ,
I lti-'f,, L yming : > of compli-ie! .lantet-
i. i and Liverpool
; A if 11 fin tli* n-i pf 111 i"i 1 I [ or
Iii imtv i / i/* T tut W *I >. Lro<>d rinaliiv; and fan cli n.M-irr I'm tin. bf unfit if .. Cttlritry .ncrclMntsaru: invited ; consignment,
.. ... ..... ..... adminisiraliix ff tl. ---- ------ ...... .30 tons hammered 1HON
- .. ii'a rd!. ,for a disdiai i g'e I innn' I hciiMind m-illloi.s' ii"i (th.- iMatni Tl ----------- - p'i- ii', .; i I V 'S
k I on county, 1 shall rouniy toun t-fLe! said ailminifrlration! The late out.isood, 42 THOMAS! 30 Craies Earthern WARE
.i. j'I4-sl it at, I the ncn.uriisaticl)I ; vouch ac -omits and voiieh'-rs'rc-! of Jeili rson ciinnty di-i-a.ted. All ; havi tlLl.INGHASr. S
era ot tl* Obtat ol R..b..rt. B. Oliver deceased Rtive lo ihcadmmislration% will' bo present. for final; i iiii: claims; a.-ail st >ail .ml I i-s.air ar" 180( p cces COTTON BAGGING

-; 4 final settlement and |JI i ray for a dist Jiti ge.. lor a.4 settlement, a,id nn application will also be made for I lo prtst ni hem lo me( duly anthcn.ieatcd iicn.ny en r.or quisled before COTTON COTTON COTTON 100 sacks Liverpool ground S ILT,
; !
% JAS. A LINN, a division of >.dd e1ne.( I tin-day of sai! :. P.K-NJAallN! MANNING, THK Subscriber wil purchase! Cotton will! which: he otFers at whobale to Merchants, at or :
4-f'1 and Npxv York
Jdm'r. EMAMJELVOOFOLtD. ?'; J 18: G. the pricl's
, v wil/i hilt an;r xed. uv. :: > lalds Executor.KECHJLAII give highest market prices. He
4 __ Nov. 10 133g. 1.'...SinX is daily re Cotton pu rchased as usual.
p _
.j OTIE.-Six uceks after d I __ ceiving ;a nit! !is now. opcnig[ ,, an TUHBUTTR.BETm
: te I assortment of
, the! Jud. ( ;ippy| to iV OTIGE. PACKETS. choice goods of the latest
eoi he tonn y court ol uad.sden! pa terns, stiiiaWe? in the Tallahassee, Oct 1, 1835. 8-tf
t}* Jor le-tt-rsof! touu- '1 I SCHOONER! I Lady WaNhiu season* ol the -low .
v a Imjiii-trauuii un the esiaie of Mal- mi<'nli-Siafter tlate, I \\ ill apply to I'm.' I lion.I t year, for cash, approved -- : -
: : cora Blue, late of said( county, tlece .sedCAItUL1NE J k. 9t'"C: Utioe' o ihe Jacltbon ct.unty couit' forl-Mc.s-: I iu M Swann, master, it, or eo'inlry produce. A. FORM DUVAF cred_ I ANt) $. NEGrOES FOR 3 ALE. The wJ

BLUE. diMnibSory as executrix: ol the csst.ne of Klisha: G iii S. amLschr Washington, Jefferson Oct. S, ISM 9 li' signed beinj; anxious to devote his ntliv.it.entiou
r Gctober 29, 183r 12-Gw ANN U. M __ : ,, master will run as -.----- ihc otTers lor
GA11;<. i --------------- to Merrhantie![ business,
----- _ regular between -----
packets ---
St --
? Mari.imia, Nov. 8 IS.'JC. I5tf NEGROES the follow ins; .

L, i !LA'1'OI"_JA1)11 NO'I'ICE. !MIDDLE I I Dl.'I LiON sui'iu; I(11t( CUt I Marks and N. Orleans For freight or passage ap- NEGROES A Tract of Land property.containing 640 acreS, half of -

h .' SIX I mouths altu-ilatf.1 I hill present* my uccoiuis) sihs S. Tall ) In trcsn s < nn the ea-e: up-iji: p-om- I I ply Knk-ev to Swaim.Tallahassee.Irt l.oyd, .&. Co St alarks! or to Kerr i '- Lots Negroes is Cioared, situated one and a half miles north easMarianm U

voucheis ((41 5i-: l ? ill. n.eiit. and vs > lsis. Suinnn'n- I III i: SUlSCI'iICr and within a mile of ihe ChipoU RIyrrwhich
.1 the ujiply to ics. fir 5>'J'Mi) ). Irt ISiiG.: l.r VII have: i iHo in Io fl. the
lion. Judt f i.f iJieCu i i'v c u.ii of Loon County, Rufus, Fletcher ) Attjehni't nt I. for t $93:}:}. I Issued Nov >tfx.NTKD this inst. l"OIi. ALEJ by 1 5th o i id navigablo for Barges nt all seasons olrtar. tILe

for a dis.-har fr'i r th 8lh 1S3G.1 : Returnable -.tJ In lilac for all The consist of he flCCCS1
I A'bm.iMiratorshipof the esta'.e io next term of said Court. 'he ballan.-e' i.f the year tiIu11'ru-' ( ttuti imprnvtnonts

0 } of James IJ :n, .; ..uieased.JOiEPIJ. rVlUK I I Defendant and! all!I other's) I 1t. n s.cd. ar.JL a negro woman as a house servant. A pplv to ui.luNo have Irorui 3'io40) m Mot tict out houses, and A oo.l liin House.

I Ii I p IJARLEY5TilJJLE hereby! nolifitid of the I In tit ution of said suit I by- I F. JEUAlJlN. the -Oth HIM. T. R. Ho about Tweniy-t.ne NL ELJUOKS.nm-ii': 1: widen arc WCIT

Oct. 29 1816. 12GuiI attachment and nrc required 19 ISM. McCLINTOCK. working, hamls. Ten head ..f MULES- 20 bus
: to appear and jilead) t i.i _ 13hvpHAVWARD : : Tallah .ssoo Nov. 12 IS36. aal
i>is the declaration filed in Said case J.JtfTOWN eli of CUR'N-nIt his stock Cattle and Hogs.
UNSUI-E'R according lo the
: statute Nt:1: % (
COURT I tfltS.)
Job Chan. in set of Farming UtensiN.JNo .
Her such made and
I", iV I i ; case provided.J. LU'J'FoR
Mimmons ad
9 ;. Aaron B. Maiin Iitdurr: f,r g.JnOO. rcspm- I I 1). WESTCOTT.JCilAS. ,-. [ & AUSTIN are just receiving th.ir S''JLE. lus Land in O'adsden( County lying on1r
.' Attachment for I !supplies of Fail and A Si CUiND sale JJIC1
14 Winter! oi Lots of
GoodsI in
I h- ir Tn-upvitlc Ai.al.cliicoLi Hirer
siock' Lowmies containing acr ,
.i J
as fcfiTU .
-! liCloti SSIBLKV! I IAtt'ys
issuef .
I r Gih. 1836.i !beini' ; very 1 1-rge and .. :jL rouniy, Ga. will take
Chandler AtIVfnri'in }Rr uiMbic assortment general ih.y are j Iil5tce on the ioth day ol'J. filty acres are cfuc.
ii.. 4 to November) Tcim, for PRiI. I di-posed 10 sell low for cash n. next. .'?$ ihenlabe has j
va I 1)1 JH 1)qtpi1 Knv. n IR. fi. l.JtfMIEDLE I ;\r..,. in IQ-JI: tf.or:approved credit. ....., i already been sufhYienilytuptrfluoiis Purcliascrs* may expect good bargans" ..
.. - C- nnnlv to|
,4 .
'eo. JLanman. --- -
' '1 rfflHE Dcfend.intand J all oih.-is, i ii, ) DISTRICT-LEON SUPE'R COU ItT. to say any Uim f more in relation toils subscriber:; : [ ; : i at !5utnhit: JOHN R.CHAPAIA-"

i ttr.-stcd ate hcrcJL Charle B. Granniss, 1 Izttuc'passonthecase New Goods. locality, but since the firS! sale we are much Mai iar nn, 4ih October 1836.
notified of ihs ;
by t
i !Il-Ht(1tIlfl; upon gianta-d
n iiu> tid learn that
: Miit ; %V. Granniss
i & I Kail
: c.-ntemplaiid Road
of the of .o'd promisev. T1I1E subscriber has : f o u i Bruns -aw _. ,-
issuing !> ati.T-lmieni.' : York to Appalachian
; : the appear and Henry E.Granms, j (No 1.) A'tach't for SI l I 112 l. and is River will l'as' through
plead to diclarati"ii fi'C'lin' vd n--w opening a sock of oods or
c-- according to &c. C. B. bought ex- within a very short disrancc THE FLORIDIAN.
> Summons ad ol this place
ies. f.-r S i'-X( for which
the ttaiutc inMith c n a( 4 ai d pi. \i'id' Granni.ss Co. ) p c sly this market, con>i>lmg ol Brni is., French render still moro valuable will
$ I the
No. 2
Dated Oct C, l8'G. J 1 D KS I r<:' TT, Jr vs. I ( )Atiach't for W: ;\ i-,- aud American Fancy and tJiaple Goods. He las Then we shall be placed remaining unsold lots. FVOLI3IIED EfERTT SATURDAY NORNING iT
I i)7-100.) Sum, ad on the immediate
res f-uSTOOO line
( also a good ock bciwecn
s ol made
CIJAS. ftlBLEY. George Lanman. J Issued Nov. 2 & Ready clothing, and Groceries New York and New Orleans and ?'our dollars in advance -or Five in eiBiNo
9 3ni A? .. .t tj I'ltfT. returnable all of which he will sell l'iw for cash, 7 days of each other they within
j to next term of said < oun. prudiiecor approved i rediiHe comr.ry may \ve not reasonably expect paper will be discontinued unless at the opti '
Exccul Notice. rHlHE Defendant and alt oihers superior advantages to our surrounding
Jl inteicsted nro will also carry on he tin ware manufactoring tofore unknown. llic country here the Editor, bcfi re arrearages are paid. ..
hereby notified of the attention of
wh Jin the insiiiution of he vat.twosuiisby busness anleep' tron.ianil\ Land merchants; mechan Advcrti ts willbc inserted i at$
persons nnydn ins against es attachment ft a Jirs raicslock ics iud nthers i is hereby enicn conspicuously
ALL they are particularly iavited.
efEviet t in ni JeiTrrM) umyare requested and p-ead to the declarations filed rtqumdio in appear ol tin ware wlnc'i' he will retail io customers or sell six and 12 months credit.SAMUEr11.cLYATT. Terms" renty-five cents per square foe. the first insertion,
to wreseni s "II wj lumi May to cording to the statute in such cases ae to ciMintiv merchants di wholesale at as low prices flfty cents for each subsequent continuance. Al

J )"EPHM '. JuTE ease made and povideti. as it can IC sold lor in any s uthern market., He JARED JOHNSON i vfrttsemenis will be eonliiued until forbid oro
J. I). \\ ESTCOTT I .
Jr. will be ,
Executor. ready ai all limes u> execute all urdeis from JOHfl Cornm'3' wise ordered. .
O o I>el5., 183C. IHf Dated Nor. iid 1836. CHAS.S.Att's SIBLEY, for Plainiitf. the Nov.country 12 l in the tin l.ne. W. FRANCIS.. II NRY STRICKLAND., J The"postage oar all letters and coromunfcatioithe !

lltf Oct;, 31 1836. IStlstJart Editor.roust be paid,or tbey will hot rcetir i ilion AIt

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