The Floridian
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 Material Information
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: March 15, 1834
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
notis - AKP8647
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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=:L&kCfl t.he"PLAME5'I'"lJ TEL I-
: are authorized
to announce Coin
$ h ii friend i" WE l1A'
of informing _

111dLbe'I r.1Ij.r,,pd oD puhlit un.tlc1t0 that this OpportUluty his.March H0VSL Kl 1834.trill DPAR be open M. MOORE.for their re- ___ e flinty States. ( Florida>S DEN- -in,thf a candidate'. hCon Jar to reas'-7'M repiewnt of the.1:33.: the Ud$)'let led-

.tJ1tCi It ,, v-Doctor W. W.tnVbi &-- WE to announeMaj. WILLIAM'
"". AT'f candidate
bVt a represent the territory
*, rcsr ctully announces to : of Florida, in the S4ih Congress of the
and its a$ a "LAISSEZ FAIRE." United
. I l' S of Tallahassee vicinity praobranchcr NOUS States Jai 27th 1833.
tizto 6f the medical profession. SOtf
aU[ i .
ni\l\s13ken in the office formerly occupied by Doctor Th -1milWUlQ WE arc authomed to announce WILLIAM B:
l Dr. Cratg. 29tfJr WmLQtUQ. / J.fLL 'as a candvlate to
and jpore rcCCfltlYY ; ; i m.ilD Y Il a a 1M1i 7Lali1AU 'IY""i1'f1O oar represent tha
of Florida
AriD "sfATIONARY.-Just received ,.. I' I u-iritory in the 24th Soogrr of die Uai-
:E ADAM --. '" u d $tate9. 1833 5lf
supply! of IScw-Books and Stationary _

: (:or thC piano-forte flute, -lolin, etc.-For 'THEODORE VI I ADMINISTRATOR the NOTICE.-All persons'. ANt CO vj.ViiS.-lu N BUSI DOCTOR J. EDWIN STEWART
: estate of Thomas WAREHOUSE ,
credit. W. 'WILSON.jciiS1T1tA1 .
for r.ash or approved deceased, are required to ELORIDA offer his
-I present
1e O\f I R AON E ADAM m duly authenii- RESPECTFULLY "
O l\U11CE.-.AI1 persons catep within the time prescribed by law The subscribers, having associated themse've s togeti. and its

A h3fir.g claims against the estate cf Anthony vsTHEODORE } be forcTcr barred : those indebted to the, or said they estate will er under the stile and film of FORD & HAR DIN, practitioner of medicine. His office is on vicinity Jeffeisoa asa

dcCuICC, arc requested to present them duly] LAPORTE are requested to make payment to T. R. BETTON purpose tmnsactinga General JJ .IRE HOUSE aad st next door to Mr. Perkins drug store.

LflbC irti'iMtc t within' the time prescribed by law orthrj1il THE Defendan' and all otlzer are hereby Dotl6ed 2-J 8w Jldrn'tor, I COM MISSION Bntiness at dpalachicola. Having Tallahassee Nor ?M 181V 1 5tfFog
bnrrcd. Those indebted to the an attachment fJas made suitable arrangements with several vessels fore
be forever malic immediate cases, returnable the been issued in the above < i th direct transportation of Cottoi., &.c. either to New SALE UK R EN I1.-. dofl -Jfr'1rmiles
to payment. next :
cs:2: arc rcaucitcd Superior Court the I virtue itireunis 'i icn t"o York New Orleans and ofT LAHASSEE, containing 640 acrES. se.
It. n. DULL, A.lmin.9r county of Leon in the Middle Districl & B me dehVcrCtt. or ; having facilities at allve
of hich
J( UN LAMBERT SstratorsfP they are hereby .eqnired of and I shall expose at public sale before the times within their power to make reasonable advanceiuponprodr.cc rity is cleared, with Rood buil4ins. /\ ply
to appear and plead to the dour of the Court House the I at this office, or to FRANCIS GER1UR FIN
: declaration filed in aid on I 18th day of March consigned to tin i ir care and management; ,
MlAATUIX'sJ 01'leB.-t'our weeks BALTZELL eascs. next, all the right, title, claim and interest of Thoma they would respectfully tender their services and solicit I Tallahassee January lllh 1834 a..r

il. ftcrt MC application will be mnde to the Hmv. -Z93m] & WHITE, T.Vlhson, in and to a Mill house, and a Steam Mill a liberal patronage in the above line of business, .

tvrcount court for the county of Lcon, for leave to Attorneys fcj Pkirtiff Machinery, Boilers, Cricks Timber, andl\1 few Toois edging their personal aul individual attention If, all tUt it

II thr rcal} c-Wtc of Daniel Faust late of snid county RAIL! Aa"Bo0k8< or subscription are now and other' piopcrty, that may be Oil the premises which business. : consigned to them, cithor for ale or other-
open 1
Treasurer's Wilhsoa had title w 'I'.
r1.cr.d. office, any to ; they will be
e and will be
4'ntv u11iinis :rix-. 1' ',. sixty days from the date hereof for the kept oei n sold to satisfy said judgments, in favour of Th'>mas, Their Ware Houses and Close Stores are undergog

%fLMlfJl-:- i"' <- ttirc lit the. Cuwni'ssuun r of Ci.\*.,!, of tI1C Tnllab\s'e Rail Road Capital will Westcott, Brown.ud others, against Thomas T. i ng a thorough repair, will be large and commodious,

i 1 the city of Tallalmspcc," is at piTM.it Kept in bc received \t the above place subscrip.ions business hours \\ dl.son! : Sale will commence at 11 o'dock, A. \1. situated In a desirable part of the town, and as ex- \ S :.

Trrftcurcr's and Auditor's office)in the Capitol.u1 bX0 CHARLK8 ding: AUSTIN precisely THOS. E. RANDOLPH, in omp from the dangers of fire as any other house, of a

1lt WILLIS. ALLSTON Commissioner. Secretary and Treasurer fAt Board Fell. IS27uls( ) By 'i. A. FI 1EIt. -I. \. similar character, on the Point.

-d .. -- Tallahassee, February 00. of Directors. 1 \ .afltr date .11 :,\.fv B. .f.1l'tOtDIN A'palarhic'ila .i
Lt1 U.ti.H..I:, ( 1334 28tf NOTICE.-Six -, o.u u.ap-llic3.IJ\tI. r\unor.\.Ule\ the ( :) .

10'CI? W."S CARPENTER, J JTiLinM E .A'U Demands A UK's against Nu the l1La estate-of A.I.George persons Povt having V. .iud_..e.o-e of o. the. all1l11lstraLJn fJw'" .
A. IK'DIXSON* 1 litL of Jackson count' di--A-..- > -n. Aquesied tolJrc.rnt Call!, late of said county deceased. Ei aiis $ Co., Whittick Gretn\rotd, $ Co.,-ColumUis.Begurt :, i -

SOLOER) c. UT:>:DUN, andrtwcrI thln July authenticated within the time prescribed February 15, ((27tf.) WILLIAM R.McCALL. $ Knetland, Jas. Hami'tun Sf Son, John R. j- 'li:1: _
M. ROBINSON, II'I by law or they will be forever barred; thus P lteii. -N cw-York. FULL supply of Lnn reths' superior

hl 1 .., tl'"tinz III.-t.. ..1.f.rW .- 2 endcbtcd! to said estate are requested to make immediate I' O the 1IeFAR! persons having demands ajtuiist E. W. Gf'Kory, Bogart fy IIiiKthorn.-N. Orleans. 4 herb and flower seeds just received and war garden tied,

r; d; RollJl''rI, \\ eedt'n. .Co. payment. JNO. C PUYTHRESS, ) E288wI estate of John! Lines dec'd., htc of Gadsdt-n St .fohn Jf Lracens, T. W. McCoy.-Mobile. fresh ; by E. B. PERK .
n, J JAMKS W. EXUM "> County are hereby required to present them legally Aii. 17, 1833 llfUCTIOX October 29th.1iJAiUl .
j \ CJ authenticated, m or before the first day of May next,
1NCI.CAflP1NTIfl, R.ESH lor the purpose of t cciving their respective dividends. B .N Ul'KD, 1 In Lccn County Court.

,rnI.1.\\J : JlOn oMHn11 :, URVG8.JC5 Feb. 15. ((27tf.) JNno! m ,'-ll\ .\..1"1'Dl .f ; t'. : Mn \ssnmos 1.
j J. Idn =:''J1tl'rh : I CHARLES C ASH. > Attachment.
: U .
I L&i d U'JI JJ Ii J.J 1'tll'"l't.qt'1t 0"H.. .
J k1' the "
,n'', "" tr'':'' nil is hereby given of the institution oft
.. : l received a luu supply ot trisii Urugb, for the Middle District of Florida. NOTICE 1
(....," "i H 1mU. t'o. spices of the issuing of a writ Attachmen \
etc: ('IC !
; I [ N ADMIRALTY.] ttiercir, returnable to the next term of said Court.-
c..1r'EcI'rILt .1\IS'I, j u;ar b. .kr'a Thermometers, grailuitcd 3)0 Jacob J. Mrtibce
'' \'. J < 1 I The defendant and all other persons in any wise con t
lii-gn: s, on bjas-j stilus of 22 'Litiniu-
TTACHM'< :'N -': h.-tvi iuc 41 ;ijfSAM1 \\ frmi ti.c! Sr.- incnt. ; Tum..r- Lil>cllnnt, | I rerueare notified to appear and plead to the declaim

nmnr Om-i't; l'i iih C'AHIII.yf Loi, ill ilie: Milf :- !I I if Puwder tic. : .tlaynard Lowe and Herd's Nove': .:clt.i.itcd.! Itikacd, (Ink niain
;. !)isnft ol Fl 'ri-i :1111 l tl.' l n ri-.nj.ui: at.d :t!!lotln ;. 1 .\.l\lI ihc; best and pnuinc 'Jilonue, tooth T Scant: li.:'at U.ilti'norc, & [ nccrs '.\\(5. l tcIl h.in.silf iii Taliaha 'ce, proposes to do a general 253m J. A. BERT H!KL'OT, Att'y. for Pl'fH
arudc1)0' .
lor li-
n d J-ilm
< >' ;.S' teeth an.! Jciikuii Claininiit.(
rr ,turcJ to tike nut ire 'h'-re-if and to ap. J e'rnfliissOfl: business, regular sale Tuesdayand --
'loaraii'i uivi.isa'! '>1( ..1' *. ILl c1..1.J1I'i..1I f.'c-.l! in th. aid r.\!... I jums ; iJullaids Oil of :oap for rkan-n; \ oOll'I: I NO VICE: is hen uy given to said libellnn:, tint the Saturday. clays, Superior Court Middle District Florida, Leon. County

arrt.Jms: : 1 to i'te' s'at iuBALTZLL.L fi \v" Jl II ti, I cl-jiiis: ; .lllg fit Lemon, f r reinuving ink and stains ill 1. :jrrrcc flf j>a.l C-iUil eiiieivd o.* the 22d day of He will also attend to administrator and othersalcs KERR 4. TUHGES, lassumpsit.

-lotn ; Lucifer and 1'hjspiiorus! matches! ; J-xr.c's! Jammy I ISS': {, :igaijit; ftiid pcwl l, was on the 7th ft'S'plinSer the vs >
frr/WiI'/fr I2a nIt in cunty. ROBERT J. HACKLEY.
-! / --, -_ ;-_._--_-._ :ckbiated: vxairr colours, etc; bcauutul glas> n.k stands, 18i3, s''t aside a..d vacated hy said Court, March 23d 1833. T. C. D'LAPORTE. ) In attachment.
171' 33tf
-r- i .r: '"' -Hii ail ptTv n' lr 4ii tr.i.imij I .uiij Pounce liuxe 1.
I. ., s ; n y u.ul medicated lfi/.ciiges ; and the pr. cc is . IriixJ L'1I1AnHi..tf'I. neatness
,1.-s.ny n i n. i/ldle'lIl b-irisy, porvdertil, :;ao, etc. c fr. Allot winch niid I itv s oplorrd I that I slid cause be t'-OIISl.lcrc.-. and despatch bv R. J. of attachment therein issued, and ma It
-.l1m '.*r 1 "'H1 IVtuy! Dulla: : *'!. iii! 'jld cli'.up fir *
e v i: tush returnable
;: cr citdit fir fuitlivr to the
apprnvtd I pen J proceed s. and that an issue be next term of said court. The def a.-
.Ui i ; l 1bi Ocrcm'H-i, I 1"2, ami > E. B. PiilluLN'S. made ant and all others
aivJ th
o notified
,.. 1 .. nj, ? r.mso ;p.--cct-d to hearing, accordme O'AND'STuNlCM1X1UItE. concerned are hercby to ap
1 : 1 ->.. : .1 n- fl.tt.I cs: fi" in da.'i; at Kijlit Tal1ah3s rJcr.-tnbcr Mth "
er., and
h.1ry J .t( t<> the pr.'n;'-': ard rules of Admiralty" Warranted a perfect and lasting pear plead to the declaration filed in said t'Ue1-

}? 'ni.:-.i,, ilu I ;il.> AC iiorr, u-.'s. stIc' n from a person N U i lCf; >.-;btx: \\tt-ks all r date applicaiiouill the Proctor of s-nd Libuhant! hiving deceased, the nid tl k-. cure for the Fever and Ague. For sale; cording to law. J- A. BERTHELOT, Att'y for P"ff.
_. .
1. ul I "ij' .
U I i r e
i u1 ) .i.nn.:
in. F
.I bu made l.ibr.Ilant; is uglified. th.it unless he bruary 1st 18."U. 2531
to luc Judge of the Cuuuiy 'J'lrIllf LcoinJ constitute another whole'sRlend! retail by
, ::: < fir Icueis of Proctor in Us :\-:\ .ind fIo l his the .- HOMAS -
-- ---------- Hinty, adiuniistraii m on t ;e CWt n plication to WESTCOTT, At'CALL, /n Leon Conniy Court.
frt d' .j .: lh )tY:1mc ,= \Vil:: of Villuim Prilcluril: late UI s.uj Ucunty .lo""*:ised.Ftb. claim, and ansu-rr of SUM JI)1\., Jc-ikins in the Clerks !:; cola, Flori.a vs. i assumpsiu

.+.\ .'z -:it : .It my stable! ; IJ.th, (27tf.) (. t.. h I ILLJ \.JS. oilier of s.iij Court at O.uii.cy Gadsdrn count, in 4 I hereby appoint Mess.Fletcher and L JE SE S. RUSSEL, In attachment.fW .

w Mi'.i i inna and will be let sail District on or (before Monday the 5th t'.ay: of 1 Wcstcottmyasentsforthesalcof'Roxvml's 1 HE above stated cause has been instituted nnd
: -
16' '\ to Mr.rr] *. it Y\vpiity Dol-! nioiTi'jo.v: : : OFl GU-P.l11 1:''lIlSfllP.; May next at 10 1 (,'d.tll J\. M.,-and duly proreed in 4'-lI: Tonic Mixture" in the Territory Jm. a writ of .ttachmcnt therein i issued, and ,irade

'Vj' hr.- 1h' Sl'.'&on, whi-h: lncnr. : 'll I I.l I 1'\ Il'l'l\ LktHi: flefc.uftre CMSti; s'till tamrV( fhall! on the day List incntinned: ors -- ,f Florida, Eastern part of Alabama, & returnable to the next term ot said court. The defcv ri-

-_ .\\ ('rtu.nicnrr-H, ui.d will; unuer the firm of a soon tluTeaf'cr as Counsel: can be hClnl.O"e soid'curt Wester i of Georgia ; who are iblc to furnish I ant and all others concerned are hereby notified to appear

'l m'l ml the I 1-llliYlf August ; p'\j'alletltc I Ivttiavof m maLLID21 c CJi ( : to dismiss slij li''>'] with costs. the said in-dicines to all \\ ho may apply to them onto :I and pleat i to the declaration filed in said case ac-

Jannrv *IH'X\ s this day UI O.J Roberi S. Miller I pl'.d: Kibruary I 1st, 1S34.: favourable! terms as they can obtain from the pro i-ding to law. J. A. BERTHELOT Att'y. !!

:o.n. limn,'f> Ml.! fret 2J; ;:""hr hid), a beautiful the entire slock, is auti- anthufiseil luivinjj u settle P'lI"'cnstd J. D. "'E TCOT T 1 Jr. \1 Pr-ctors for said .irielor himself." Signed, February 1st 1834. 25 a -

ro c', .- !Iq iv:-in his f'rnnd: a,*ti"i To lltt
:pii.i. tpp-iil of a nrc "'.r3r : his colts from tli'-! Feb. 15, ((27tf.) P. 11. H.iRLEY.JJ1FIE till!! ilh'fS Jacob trtt.m J. Mnihit it and "Philadelphia, Oct. 24th 1833." 2Itf ESPECTFULLY inform his friends thar hr has
d vdit to horse may concern. S SL.lJ..l'or .
,II < .MIII'H MarMUI any in
again resumed the duties of his profcsino.ov43d .
.\"!' ::111( i? f* y(-ars old! thi spring, ii v as Sire l l'if undersigned having purchased the EX'rJRE aale. a valuable tr .tol land contam-: BROWN'S HOTEL. > I.-tI

.\ '' Celebrated; old \MiKhle hn, his dam by Gallaf JL S1'OCK. dl.!)ts, 1"' : -r a further lfl'jI1JZ l o of his prdigrcp, rcfcrcnCt. will! continue the business under his own name., Florida, belonging to Lawrence Hill of New-: ON the \\ es :.d- of tilL Cauilol :quare, between ICE.-Durmg my absence ;? Florida .ve

.:1 i \ nr i b'l: t" Tol.: R. II. L' n?, his present lwnrr.I Feb. 15, (27if. ) R. s. MILLER York, this tract of land, is about one half hammock, Augustine and Pensacola Streets, Tallahassee 1, empowered J. D. W citcott /.'. Ksqr. to act. I. f y
I have m h-'.'iaiv11: in saying that, that this Horse -- and the balance of oak arid well watered with a spring: Florida. This establishment (to which the subscriber agent and attorney. L. Vv'. Cii.NiAusust20th .

i l' ."s r\both fojWf' and bottom. In all the public! rac sin : i W gt l3 l 1 l i.-Q g branch running through the same : persons wish iflgt(; has removed) is nowopcn for the Jurpose ot I 1833. alt

, nn. Ins crdor r.nd main jcmcnt arc so well known AND see the land, will apply tp James L. Parish, Esqr at public entertainment. -
i mention the Monticcll'i who will show the Sept. 7th 1831. 4tf) THOMAS BROWN" YbPEPblA AM T I. EH.CO \lPLAIN '.--
iii.r: I tl '-in t unncftc&sarv to perticulars same, and for terms, B

) !Li, ncrh-wcvcr, with ThaJdcu' and Ajax, was veryirsji.TtaHle LATEST FASHIONS. whrJi will be liberal, apply to mejn Tallahassee : I 1 L 'TE\V tlltlJt..i S nJlt8, M.1RI.i.":''.'.-The sub- d Dr.who J. P.for PKTERS several, Professor of Physiologic Me.icine .

. I dwtnciiig: the field the second heat in 3m I will aiso sell the remaining lots, in the west addition I"t scriber has just received by ship American from I attention, the years, has dtwti jt Ins entire
to treatment of chronic inveterate
,-s.. r1; wilt tit's jilales ; tIp to this race J. 11. had nenrI ill A. PIElTsOtf & to Momiccllo, and give bargain if applied for soon: \cw York a complete assortment of fresh and has or diseases
CO.MERCHANT "W 23d' J TURBUTT genuine succeeded, by chemical analysis and -
I >n :"JI/ fir jilnlrd. After which race he was HHtrhc(1a.:1I11S1 SIn| It: BETTOX: i Drugs and Medicine also oils und I synthesis
paints, glass in forming a combination from several
? findilcus Two mile heats, for $500, to be run I TA1LOR&, _""- tCJ1'AiC.l N Ek1ilP.-1'j;(: stuffs medicine instruments pjoiimate -
- DIs.sULUTIUN dye patent perfumery, surgeons vegetable principles, to which lift has given the
iTtrtiirduinry course in April following, and receiv- SUCCESSORS TO R. II. heretofore existing under the firm .
IVOOLLEYSf Co. etc. etc., comprising syrup, sarsaparilla: name Medicinae Stomachic et Hepatic 'whs':;. has
1 : tint imlf forfeit ; on that day t lie could: Invc run artspflabie of uockorman and Craig dissolved mutual Belladptin
by con xt. ext cicuta extract
I rff OULD respectfully inform their customers; quinine, prussian proved far mi>re etlicient than any remedy heret-iforc
f rare against any horse, any distance.In sent, on t he first insu -illrsons indebted to the late i iron sal martis.digitahiss Corrosive sublimate I
. I turpeth discovered, in curing those maladies
Y T and the public that distressing of
generally have
pnvatp trinl: t'pf. q. ttic d l.i1 y (If his ncc he run they firm arc requested to call and settle their accounts with mineral isinglass iodine kino
. I gum ,Henry's magnesia mind and body, which are .
' i-flasnof 1 nnic; with I 110 I i ponn'?! ) removed their establishment! to the store recently! generallycompreI1erjde. under
(in a heavy pai'r' either of the subcril"ers.KDXVARD. manna, sulphate mnrphium, musk, oil croton, English the sweeping terms DTSPEPSIA and LIVER.V..M'PLA.'sTS1t
of shys! j in I In. :S'ts in few iircupied as the olfice uf I ihe '' F1uruli Jei-
cxcrrismj ) ; a days 13, ou LOCKF'RMAJf, blue: moss pulv.! amim -males, hellebore, squills, sasii, is likewise an almost certain for .
nl itiurn l.l eli!, U.ury h'-' run a d.ish of1 miles with! icrson-street, l four doors \\ ( .st of the Post Olliee, 2tf'JLLLJJ; P. CIIA1G. enrol, forei-i ruk seed, cephalic snuff, isinglass i issue l of the SPLEEX. cure en.Jargement

r jltl pounds {.> hot daj: a'nfvit the first of May, (t\\o .vhere they have opened; their fresh SIOCK ol; The suh cril her will! coinnnc: to do business on liberal plasters, Swaims panacea, ditto Vermifugc, quinine, Among the symptoms of Dyspepsia Liver-com-
tn in ;he stand), ..HP in 7n S:--, i'i- otl'.er 'ii 2s. FALL AD'lS i'ER GOODS terms and solicits a continuance: of custom from ihe hium breast shields
consisting ol)l la st-ychiune, morj' pipes nipple plaints, are flatulency, sourness or burning in the stomach
1t 1f t h ilic stnr.nrr: fll"\vtn! h. !lin'i \.i.knt| attack) of th- very handsome assortment of fri"l1dl f the 'late firm .tml the pir:>li<- cncrallJail \'. cupping instruments, complete with pumps, stomach melancholy, irritability, disagreeable taste in the-

t.t tr r Hind iW:.M-rs vhids lUSt .lllim l ti, :"Ione of hi* II 1, 1834 22tf] EU! All! !! LC'CK'' \l!.LJOliN AN. pumps, complete with metallic pumps etc., electrical mouth ; great irregularity of uppotite, which is
In U C alt1A - - ----
. r/te. the fall he W?.s ar.IiI) tiuintd zi md let down I IWmnl g J. AD. l1IS o.ittery, glass funnels, glass! stopped vials, lamp glass, times voracious and at other times greatly deficient
4I R SVIt.'fIiRSC I JVES 1'1"YG S .lJ'f"n 1':i.'' lJ.f mab- and female urinals crown
. oIill flt.LES lancets turnkeys, a thirst, fetid breath, nausea, weakness of the stomach
who le sjron- ( .1TfUll.YEl" L.1W 1 ,) ,
< rai--r fine 1t'rsr i
hawk bills needles!
1 co'l; tn atri'iii7/- I.nn J! \\i.. J. IMri.un. '1'1''J'1\1.\). of gentlemen's dress, of tic njt failiioaable colours HAS remove.i from Ciumcy at Anp-ilacliir-1 Ii n'1Y '.-nf. carmine surgeons,camel's hair pencils, pessaries,water, colour trusses paints, gold of and the eructations bowels palpitation, drowsinesss, irregularity
and pressure on the stomach after meals
: Mi.-fh1.-t !131.: 2tfa style, 'I; : will regular: ittenJ the Courts hdd n: t tn .
: saucers self of the
1 >" syrengtrs, some val- in the head dizziness
Bay, a'. Quincy and 3Iarianna, aivl! rke! alL'ii I i' ) very pain or vertigo ; confusion o
a '
J'l't' Q ; i'r!;
OF l"U Et'Lt LH' cft'1L1It.TG. i \ \ preparations of Mr. GEORGE W. CARPENTER, mind, attendee with the loss of
of the Court a gnawing
TttHhasscR. memory
of Letiui.dre5 <:
o. 11 tGI-:-All prsol1intt.u.t: \\1:1.\10: notice:\ Superfine Blue, IJI"I, fir.c Claret Brown, Appak at 1 P :i tdelphia, (viz.) ext. sarsaparilla, foi pu: ifying the in the stomach when empty, chilliness affection
I cd him ill bo attended o
'R to ,
post pii, : '
o.f :lie "CuuiMllJiak .if Ho/ida: ," invud to instiltitrun Black, I 41 Olive Green, February Till I 18.H. JG-1 I'-od and invigorating the tyatem generally. sight and hearing. pain and weakness in the tack,
. I1p'l! )i.. i r'r'aIlIHO: .:j-ar,- t.i: dc ni,.l executed L by 4C In visible! Green .Sleet-Mixed, [ 11GJ __ __ _ Ext. Burhce I far complaints of the bladder, uretha I l languor, disturbed sleep, cold feet and hands, tremor,

J. 'S IIJ 1:1i U.lh.s: :-r.>Al.ry i Ann his vile, "n the .* Adaiaide, I u" Drab, &c. EXECIJI'DU'S NO I'IE.I etc. comp'd syr. liverwort, an invaluable remedy for uneasiness in the throat, caugh, pain in the side oj
!'Hi-ay! of M irh 33 indebted the coughs, consumption etc. citrated kuli for making
1 ; in.to Willi.unViIii.ims; C it pcrsons estz'c of William H. e breast,& .
Jf .iai I lip'; ,. tti s/vjih hiif; of :Jo: No. 05 uiid tie! whole of) g 4l;t.::i .g m -4LL dcc'il. arc requested to make jmnieiHatepayment neutral mixture, Harrowgate salts thy celebrated medicines The above maladies lead to organic affections of till

;''' X". :6. in th"! ny uf J'iMaYiss.i.ud! : the tlw*, Superfine Blue, I Ihupcrimc Fancv" Colors, : Tliose having cL-nns against; die S iid( es; of Mr. Thompson Kidder, Boston ; viz. kelps stomach, liver, anu heart,terminating In DropsyCou.

eu I *',i.ii'pi'iuscIcitriier., "..t./cs: an.l ohcr:! ;imj.rove'icnis J 1 h Black, 1 reojuld, l'te1', ( required .to present th m to P.T v. ithout delay botanical drops said to be a most certain and effectual sumption, Apoplexy,&c.according to the climate, hab

t1' -.oii to s.vni t.u! : inymcnt of f a iote fur> u "D'Olb, j Corded, &c. ; and are hen by notfid, ihrit: ir.ilos! said; claims remedy for every disorder arising from an impure I i its, age, sex, and temferamvnt of the patient.*

Iei >t.JIIl! ..i. i u i y t:1.u i-ir-cf.a: aisd GI(;e: H. ( .I'llrcf-. Wll Z'gNt. are presented within t;'. o yt-urc from this ilate, they state of the blood, and humours, RelPs B. drops, asthmatic L- : Prepared by J. P. PETERS, M. D., Milledgeville

(i t ...:y ) t'lsruJ \\ iiiar.s] in liic aIJlI: d!a y. pny- } will be forever barred. pills for female complaints, obstructions, hypochondria Inventor and sole proprietor.

ork. :01:" ; '; i ht 1 1S3!, \;ii'li :ili; l'c.1.lt 10' per. rriitui'-i, I I Splendid Velveteen' Feb S, 16..:J4.. ..[r\J. w].. JOHN. J. A D \ \1 CxV. etc. anti-billious pills, vegetable specific for Testimonials.umerous certificates might be ad-
f. sit and v.hirli; : nrl:'r; 0.11! t .MI .-f !,.I' I' l..i !! Fine ]hiin and! fig d back! Florentine, -UMTED--- STATES- '- -- MAIL" : '"TAllU.rt.T! dyspepsia and indigestion rheumatic linament,Hunters I. duced relative to the extraordinary cures pcrformec

th1"t; by <:Willa-ns! : % t tIt -ud: .1 CiJ't .! JJniili: .a"I FiO"J iJt'cy' coloured do. syphilitic niede.uumfrey's ointment pile remedy, by using these medicines; but the following are thought

FJQ'Ilta.--ALd that Mid "Cmtivil: Dank of Kfuriu*L: I Plain white and /ig'd VaJentias, .A NDREW JACKSON AND eye water, British ami-sceptic dentrifice, albion corn sufficient to satisfy the minds of the most skeptical :

b'tus dw tiled Its petition (letting; forth said IO1::c Plain, white & figM Buff Marseilles! &c. ._ _-_ _, l.JL VERSAILLES.-From Cor plaster, Cambrian tooth ache pills. With' other articles I. From Dr. James Ewe'!, .luthor of the Medical
..lId :1orIrg 1' ,.?id I he assignments thereof and tina- ', --_ _X'T_; _ _liimliiia to Appalachicola. TIabove 1C too numerous to mention: the above for sale low Compareion
lJlJg lll R) or Fanuly Physician.
* mI1'lj: ljr 'P'101 the JII\C.tO the Superior Coin for boats wm leave Columbus alternately, every for cash, or an approved credit. E. C. LEDY LID.
ltl Middle! Distn t ff Florida, ;in 111 f.'r the county Plain and pleted Satin Stocks, Monday and Wedneslay, at G o'clock A. M. for App a- Marianna, October 26th-1 I tf Dn-ggist. NEW-ORLEANS, Dec. 20A 1833.
' tf Lei n. in tiie Clerks office of sud coui tatTallahas-! Do. do. Bombazine do. lachi'01.1, and will intersect the new mail stage line, To whom it may concern.-This is to certify, that I

* r.t-inJ fcnvp aisr filed therpwith said; oii inalmorljp. :. Do. Velvet do. from allahassce to Mobile, via : Pensacola at Aspa- FLORIDA LAM FOR SALE.bE have witnessed the operation of Dr. Peter's Jfedicina.Stomachicae

au<] have praytil for the fore -iosurc of the equity Fine Horseskin Gloves, laga on Tuesday and Thursday at noon. In returning, T undersigned having purchased of GeneralLaFayette et Hepatic in a number of very obstinate.
w o-redemption \vill leave Thursday and Fridayat > the township ofland in Florida.gran- Dyspeptic and Liver-affections of long standing,likewise
ol s.ud: mort majors and all! persons clam Buckskin, Silk and Linen Gloves, Appalachicola every in
bye m f by. through or under them, m anti to said morl:nrr;- Gum Elastic & Nett Suspenders, Hosery, 8tc. 10 o'clock A. 1'!. and arrive at Aspalaga the next ted to him by the Congress of the United States offei and its several affects cases of the enlargements I of tho plecn ;
were aatont hing. have hesitation
the same for sale. truly no -
property, and that application will be made thanksto days by 12o'clock M. where passengers will find stages
'rsurh duly The subscribers would return their sincere for Tallahassee. This land is situated in the immediate nei hboar. in declaring it the most valuable preparationfor

Ld on said judgnicui j petition foreclosure c and other proceedingsJingtoihc such! their customers for past favours, and hope t.v The proprietors of the above draughtboats have hood of Tallahassee, and is be'ieved, for fertility ol: those distressing ailments that has ever come with

ta>made and l provided. Dated, February statutes 22d in 1833. ti.eir assiduity( and strict attention to business, stillto invested a large capital in fitting them up for the comfort soil, and local advantages, to be more valuable thanany in my knowledge. JAMES EWELL, M. D.

of JAMES WESTCOTT, Jr. merit and receive a generous share ot patronage : of passengers, in the: confident expectation, that a other land in the territory. Lawens County, Ga. .priL 5tk 1833.

-2fI: ..Illorncv far Prtitianer.vei and having constantly in their employ first discerning community will not suffer this (the first attempt The Southwestern part of the townshipBdjoinsthecit Dr. Pa<
rate wontmen, they will guarantee to those who to supply Appalachicola with a regular mail,) to }" of Tellahassee, from which point to the shippingport > parcels at* your medicine. I have taken the one you

n- r.Su.P"ior]mrnd J. Cvitrt.-Middle District. Leon County. may please to favour them with their orders, that go own for want of patronage. rjf: St. Marks, a distance of about twenty miles, I sent me by Mr. Ard, and it has helped me very much.

of forst.311. Al-xaudir ForsiaH Phridcl they shall be executed at the shortest notice and App llachicola, January 19th 1833. 22tf a rail road is in contemplation to be made, in a short i. think one more parcel will cure me, but ai you speak

lId< ichohs) Bcrthoud: Gordon, tradl ., In upon trespass promises.on the case most durable and fashionable styles. They likewise STORAGE! STORAGE STORAGE !- time.The navigation ot the St. Marks river has been recently of parcels leaving of your soon,aluable I have concluded medicine,to for get fear and I keep two

-Pmintijs., Summons ad rcspondcndum keep constantly hand a general assortment IN addition to his old ware-house theubscriber improved, to a point within six miles of the day be taken down again, and should lot be may able one to

.het \I for SlOO" fashionable Clothing of almost every des- has rec.entlycrccted a spacious build Southeastern part of the township, which will afford obtain it. WAYNE. EILANDS

ijj! ?tnd T. Barr, Henry Kncff damages. scription, viz : irisr 80 by 28 feet, for receiving cotton und goods. navigation for a cheap and certain transportation of N. B. The above case vas one of severe Dyspeptic

StwcuBarr, trad- Drab, Steel-Mixed and Petersham Overcoats, TIMOTHY M'CARTY. pro uce. and Lever affection ; but was entirely removed by the
;. .C.-DefcltJauts. Cloth and Camlet Cloaks, St. December 27th 1831. 19tf This land will be sold in parcels to suit those wishing ; : use ot two parcels of Medicine. J. PETERS.
; JulE defciv case, persons Dress Frock Coats and Coatees eight years, Lauren
County, Ga., Nov. 4th 833.
kiiilriUrestcd': will take n' tice) that an RECEIVING AND FORWAR- at reasonable prices-those wishing to purchase will "
I a.ltachmeut Flannel Shirts and Drawers COMMISSION To all whom it may concern :-The undersigned was
1thtl1i3dly sued in said for Five Thousand At .I1pDla.chicolc&-The undersigned make application to either of the undersigned
l case, afflicted
Beaver Hats and fine Cloth &c. severely with a Dyspeptic and Liter affection
tbe .ITHuoorcd and Forty-Ei Dollars and F flyOncms | Super Caps, have formed a co-partnership under the firm of WILLIAM B. NUTTALL, for and

aamascb and COStS, returnable to tiie First, day i Thc subscribers offer their goods and services Kalonar fy Kimbrough.t for the purpose of transacting' HECTOR ''Po BRA DEN, ans many considered years,eminent followed in their the advice of PhysiciP

the next \pril term of said Court and sall1.dcfcn.-' on the most accommodating u ins and will al- a general agency commission and receiving and fur- WILLIAM P. CRAIG. being benefited. I finally tried Dr.profession* without

'1flL5 and aU other persons interested, are required to trays make a liberal deduction [ JCASH warding business. Being prepared to make the usual Tallahassee, November 23d 1833. 15tfICJ Stomachicee et Hepatic and Pete, ; Medicine
''Ifvo ; after making u&e of
,:: ar ana j-ieid: tn the declaration filed in said case, Tallahassee, Nov. 1st, 1833. advances on consignment their friends m. New' Or.eans 'The Savannah Georgian, Charleston Jtf m y, parcels, found myself restored to perfect health two
r lIIg' to ihe statute in j made and New York, Baltimore, Philadelphia r Jvl. Constitutionlist ; my
such case provldJaLtd Augusta bouihern Recorder, Milledge- countenance instead of being pale and i .
their time resumed
ftfw 2) February 19th A. D. 1834.J NEW GOODS. lenec and Boston, and disposed tn devote vilic, Georgia ; Richmond Enquirer, and Star, RaleighN. ; its former healthful and
:1n, tho businessto appearance, incredibleas
*___ I>. \\ KSTrm'T Jr. f exclusively to the interest of >e confiding C. will ,
_Att'v.DRUGS._ for PI' __ ; publish the above for eight weeks and forivaid it may appear, I gained near
H &, late arrivals made the twenty pounds additional -
H. A. Pinasow Co. have by received their charge, having necessary arrangements their accounts to this office. weight in the short
RESH forward cotton to New York or elsewhereexpedition space of ten w en It In
i. additions to their Stock viz :- to -
vessels of J light draft of water t F. near five months since taking the medicine, and I have
with by
and c1aretbrown Henry Yonge
blue black invisible
Superfine green felt no return of the
\VT>N k VICKERS having the lowest rates of freight, a liberal share of public disease, nqr have I the least reason -
g44 black double milled C is-
Cloths superfine it that I shall.
purchased that large and ; i. respectfully sobated..t. Attorney $ Counsellor at Law ; suspect I would earnestly' recom-
splendid vssortmcnt of drupe simere, fine mixed merino ditto; black and olive p.tr.D.8. H. F LCON.R.W. Q Il-lCY, MIDDLE FLORIDA. menc all persons, similarly afflicted, to make trial ot

recently' purchased at N. Y. green Crape Camlets ; black Bombazine ; fine blk .". H. KIMBROUGH. 23tf. the same remedy. 'BRYAN ALLEN. 1

by Dr. John 11'Lemoreinoform Silk Velvet ;* fine brown and fancy coloured Drillings -REFEREMESSkorter 5 The above' medicine are put up in parcels with lot
their friends tt. the public ; white Marseilles Vests and Vestao"SLocb Tamer $ Co., Gen. Howard Judge Cot qui1 I mmWC6& ARID mum a ai dir ctions tbr using.- From one to three 'parcels will !

generally, that they will Linen Bosoms Collars, &c. &C. Or.. Hoxey Uryuhart P. D. Woodnf-Volamtiuz.j .4LAKGK aud complete- assort- be necessary: for to complete! a cure .The price is f 5, n. .
parcel sale E.
6 accommodate persons on the February 14th, 1834. [2711] H. Shorter Elj.-New York. Gen. R. K. Call t, 11a1entof'Freah Drug and Medicines,just received sole for Florida.by 'B. PERKINS Tallahassee Ii

and rea nabk terms, with every ar 1 citl't1iberal Hon.J. M. White-Florida. Dr. D. L. fFAUe.-Gads- from New York and Baltimore sale wholesale! agent -2312m i

['Il1aily! kept in their hue of business; and hope thai A CARD.EAZLIN den County._dug. 31, 1833. 3tf- and retail Country Merchants and Practitioners supplied : tZYWe.are authorised to announce S, }1.

tfe tiifucnl'01&asuduitytobusinesswillenutlethen.' V. SHELL I SAW GINS manufactured byJt\S.Boa wrighL. on the most accommodating terms. pUVAL, E q. a candidate to represent nt.Leoo
h'tra16hare of pubic: Their store i i. I 3 EOW. SEIXAS, County 'P the next Legislative Council.
p1ih patronage. : South Cnroliny for sale by /
attcd i in Jefferson*trtet, in the house recently oc- TTOll.NEf ilT L.J.W, T4LLdf4SSL'E' FL Columbia, M\y29 41tf Druggist,3lagnohiaFlnrida. *T _
:d by Edward \'. Dorieyand Co. Iii I WHUUfccuuw.V-- confided him with indus- JNO. toe: are authorised to announce ARTHUR- I e icfa.
n. Die. 21st -ALSO- will per nut h.s nan.e to JK. int. u i
Doctor Storo'iraWnce. I an' punctuality. -
Lewis. ,will' attend to our VICKERS.Drug Wr n tOOTT *-BEN CHAIRES and JAS.D. 191.1P.. 1.700 busbs. E ALT, coarse and fine- -apply as above. MACON, Esq. a candidate to represent Leon lative Coqncil he will be supported by '

Tkiss i October 29th WIN JJ 4' Utf Jr., Esyun, February 8th, 1833.-[l26tf| County in the next Legislative ConncU, MANY. VOTERS.


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it ..I. Writing nd *pptoiag bow
E5iliyGSOrYHr/l7EGISTLAC3El" Ce iz, *e s to take he ae&av&edfemad of ltt d4ec,. I S r1"i.. afcd return r/erery .
:(t tpf.4)> ? [ j jPnccedimzi Richard '1. Shepard, E q. of New Of Seam Loa tsa. 'PUBLISHED> BY AOTHURTI'Y._ d proc_ lICIt
rjreated, Iwenttfi
ltay e
Y Frederick S. Blo A Mobile Ahbaca.FOK spP e esti.prisoner .
Rl.. '
( ej S uiaj cc Ltd'4 JronoerUuL'Mr. ) rat Corm or Esuxan- .- .L.l1f"S OF. THE TERRITORY OF FLQ C .ryJO, to jai 01 JelD01l .

,, SXTTH fhxa the Jodxury Ccasattee, cade tLelagrrport Jtrtiiti jf tit Petsre-Georire F. BaltreJl, Fntrscisco Moreao. I of Syperj mild, tea cffoti.Vritio5 per
'.. : .o".1 Cfca:44 So. 5. Anlet fe authorise Shmtis; 2:1d C rfci and
Respeetf vocr obedieat servant, necotrcg bit c( tale
' "The Jfeikbry eoondttee to whets was referred the | WH. P. DCTAL.HOJ. and Cocnty Courts to appoint Depones I Cte dol

regabte appeals, and writ of error in ;he Court of Appeal of| ; JoJU W.L&U3 Ste. 1. Bait c.a.-te4i by the Governor and Le buveLoacil NOTARIES PUBLIC SHALL l

'I. titw Territory, with a Setter of Jobs Rodur..2D.< Esq., of the city Prtsidexl ff the. LfzitlstKeA Ccua& of the Territory of Florida. That the fchenlfc and Cleric RECtIY!

., *f St. Atfz ztse. recocssspodisj c-cop a of the aid BJL j rx3 thereupon the Hoc e went into secret session. *f Superior an t M a law of ttrit Terriiary have had try saw sera co-i -I depofi'. proms
i and wveraiio3 } the said notrnnatioos therein contained, were endorsed th- power respecttrd!? of appointins a deputy or note and re etering tore iiot, ooe doBar. I
t REPOllT : ] and ren eated to whe crrepliv* of !f i 1itn' I for whose acts as such. they, the aid Shen& and Cle ks .hall Noting bill of eicbings forconpiynvnt DQ-a.cceptance

That ti-tt,+h uV cask Bel, ia their opisio::, emtiins ru es t Billiard,who ra! nomajated for the once o+ Censmi sl'Altr beheld l liable. fifty cent?. q

l' M.4 prrci; ;. .L; wruca o jht beae&aliy be ir-corporated tatc f of the Talloha<5se fndhkb nomination th: House 8c2.. Be it earth"F ore done Adnnontennz J oath I'Writinz I1';and a halE

**.r !tat curs oak, at sxn< future *e*:ioc of t:ia Cooed: vet. : refused to coa cot to. and rejtcltd the same. orpenorrnedbvindniduaUpuiporinj; to be
tri.it ofir 'ashed TIZ>*. and a pre of other brines tortxJ !fer' { Mr. CHANDLER eta red the folloaring Rer'.I1it'on : ., have been Ie2al if they bad been done cr p. rtorroed D> .1 i it at a derated, teoder, 0: dnotirg c eat,

&! tY.a u; )a it by the p ? ni C>uixiL | Rs'trcd: TInt Turfcut R. Bettoo, the coni' s xicr oe f the f ..h-m: or C lerk is person. shall b? as valid in Uw and fq.tvx ; : the same, 6fty cecL. ite, IJd
AitJ tr. pray to be dac:irged froa urJerf Cc.EZ..oC THa.' faid, ha ia the of the atd ..n' .
.e ? opiarx tee ..).. 6iihfaiihosesthr I a if the =3me had been =o done or performed by N uns proren t! capurn of sec*.!
I.*; :tter rrierred.VThk .I of f tri o dollar
the dutze-s
2Q d-chared ho. b'.
'?! : that he ha? j jti'atrti I !
*. c-41 read *n: agreed to br Lie H.vise.fir. ::f' *try arsd ssS ': tbe bavj'.!ss jf the fund fnra tha"; tic or CIer.Sr.c. -. the d-itv otShenffs -' Ev-eoe-icg s3m per feuadri words, hitIt '
tv. .- i 3. Be it farther enicteJ, That it shall be tivr nt-. 1J*
w* -- State cf the Territooo CP
?.> cr>r'aiee <>a ::e c-.y" Q to wiuch wir' eaee and hid D.1 Via t 1'.2uerl ::!-: ) cr'.c-'
t',;. rn.a.J- t'e r. a-ra, r e frn. : it; acd that hi rttroral froc*. odice -at prefer:: v.-.>'-Ueipedeat t I and Tlrkof Superior and C->'inty Cou:. re-p : tae i Ir-i,terit:., foreign profited till pr pretest 5.

T.r. ): ctt the Sure of zh-e Trrrliorr. ro zrhonT t"1 : 2.2! tajhiy dsirirvsui.rx /, to kep thplr oitires at the "-o1.ntv, 5 -ltor place where i cent:. 'VEvT7

=t.' ? i r.e Sewiuuxi'rstrorloceJ by SI:. Pr.-?. dirtcra; anirvqi'ijry va.ch < l"id. and :'thz'rol belnz waived) adopted.Mr. I -aid Court i- in th? hibr of ho!il:,+ Us e5ti-.a'. rertiicae Tt:.'. .'}J. :'*ec:J.fTe
tat) Lie ex>?Jtaer of MetaxuSa;z C 12th liChap 3-1. ce:1t.
; uTntr Feb.
BLOUST os"r PASSED Feb. 3d lSJ-t.-\rpF.o'tED. Od
S iijxt of tie Georgia"ctana, to a pan of t a "Tcrriterv. lie toUowins Resolution! : t n j; I-Y 'J :, ifrj cent .
r Je14e b ; R'd- Tb: Chl.:; riQ. :1 Ttrer n hr Teri- i'
:ry. :tt.. t :.' t. e c. :" of :: C,' ci! Ch.u=t.-r. n-j I KEEPERS: OF THE .\RCIIIYE5-SIILL
t That C. c.:\ ::3Y :S : .ly.nJ :t3: : 'L 1.l"n"-. the Ta-r Fee'. f REC [ :.
tr establish :
tsu 'rt has saes,:. betsbht's t-A a ;-t5-No. 6. An act to a ,
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< t" f c.v..' --'-' '" -'r__ ..' ._. r"' I ,--1. .t C. .... Cocnil
n. ; oAJ a -' -'" (; vcra.jra-.d L i-biive! For
r1 t Ce raactd : or of
1. it
copy i..e
'r Lc.
Est b.Jr ortTTidiD for of the iEuie. Ztrd.17 .1" y paper
aa aJj= t=5e=t cspot ,1'S .It cr dct*
C.. rcaaas'.. ... f of the T of Florid Thit 'h0 several otTi, erhrr '- cr.ent if k-s I ihio bundrH
t on-r
Bebrnc?, therrf, any actsoo 'oC t.>rirz.n it t : t:0 :-."\ ..4"n: J. mtoiy 'lit rr t\'Vn'y.fii5
tt3:.' 'tar unnecessary, tbey pray to be L vharg'd fxc. r i i| i ;-'ar" r zzratd :Mr. ?sriDr I32 j betorc the Coua.il the 'IO ln'7 tee'r' '. fuie--4
N: laJcn ti of tt li : : >T following ;; -- 7' ':eat1 -.

it ne pecfQlii submitted, ccmc ru ti :1 : i Secretary of the Territory. ,:Wu .- -.., -r eerr* oiacertincTte 1aerr c :::.f(.:* utb seal r. t'IC t-fi
t EXECUTIVE OFFICE 731 andea!. One Dollar. Uecordsnir arsu- ,jjinz Y..... ie CttJ
GEO T. WARD Chainnan.TVtirh |
I / .fJ3rf.a iI f.t O:1C f. i'a..trLID
: ?
I. T-LU-1HJ.CS 15 paper; in his oM"e, for th" First 0. H-iC-IreJ: won!?, :w:1'lO' or J
.a're3-t -. to.Mr. Febrjary I6h, j ; J ::tt: .r.-.. : uv.. O"<. ..
BLOC:T frocs ti>? c.>msatie m ecrounez:?, :yI Y.'t *! a* .!' Twenty Five centf : c'subsequent Hundred '.fiord?, Fi.teta :.,fnf.-. -.H; tea's. ; -r. -c.W".IIIIY a.I

j pn. rrrcT esrs !...-i, '. As act ..> rorije.''irf t'.. ox' ....?uO .r.. Six : I should' lie srstif; .if:hr i'y which: ? I o ve to ice Nac :::.

U." t't-'rn : t.e GuMr. .:,- 204 t.- : .): ;! r s" ._:on.'-.'. Gover_nnt, a* its U-'c*, xvouii j-uruV ci. Ln giving r y .; The Sarvevor of each Cow tv >hall! receive: for his ser.ict.jfh .---, RA.V5LATORS Or THE

P ni beux C'r.rttttrttlr'i ..... ".. *"- I #:-.rDtjrr ? L.t \ l:1 .. ; <* coaip;nsation as rmy tide to time he :S :by PLEVEFor
$1t.'Y.l of the otEcers of the C.r uic.u and f.rr t P""JI -po. .
the H-Korab: Jirs VViULY. l TPresiVn k a.:rTl12' of the s. .Cr1l l .l t_'):.-J"---6." .t.S 1.1._,. w..I. .s..."___".'. '. th" C: jnty Courts resf .tl'el). i: everb=:.'.:.,..e.tr.( *;;''i2J. Of on.
ThClerk of the Court ef and Clerks of the Su- hUDi'rtd
, of the Lei 'atir', C0" te p:;) a2:'"6t 1:1 C1.i h. C .:_r. :, up caJ 3 0: ; APPeal, word? or !ie :* *r.-r..e ccc:3 : ( .r,
: -&. ..:.. R !,6.: ::JJ 't ,h .:::. CJ.7L' ', U'.l tl Q,7''t r.:.irt pert' Ca-1 sate a7prr>-' j: .'t-J, sc-i .ed ux :L. ... to trej ( C. : Ct:G'moo PI
-'oO ; .. the
.. : ,
: L. _: fa-'r. _._ ,L. tIIdC. ,".. yf UelenJaat SLx and t-Ftj.Ilt3 .
p lyt
I os.- tip :: !..-.-sirg aci*. (:J. wit :) : D .J.:) O r. : t. .o : ; :: 10 person cr ty Attorney, : uith 5 rul, t\\ec.y-i.e ctsii.
.. fof t( ,,o' 1b.Jt! lo...;:: !): u._ L. ., .J:ive, ne I* coniinuied to r'PGt. i
Aa acir t:* co,unuatxa o. ti r d>c=.viauca. cf the hi s .
I I ...': -! T-.n'-,_..... j J ujul tt:? lct tu- ttre-.n. at.\'t: c'3r,+ i D"i'k"tin"o any case upon the appearance Docket, Twelve and ; CORO.VER5_SHALL RECEIVE.z .

i '* .4etJ> oriwd* fr rtsdcir 03: tbrj ScboJ Lai-dj, Li thhr : I -" t ., l:11..: t. . .j a H.ilf cent=. ; .
t T -.. \ ,).. ": le..t .-._.1, f'f'i j .. .
_. I F. ... ; .
: > / Every Subi p .. WM. P. DUVAL.Hoc. lrlqf113troU
t As act t,) prond. ? ?)r t3;.;r.i iatrec:" cf Pilots, acd v i |. John Warrco. Pr5iftrnt of th Council. I j Every otb' r process at luv l or i'll haactruader. seal J ci the .. on a cearl botfy. u> tt id Lv. ihr e L-r of the ;"
: t of Pi. .o. pcf -. da ;
e ajtf ; : : >tsrat EeVe :, arJ 1i entr"\ Ct:1-td .; .. .
.'. i: C'Irtvith of return, Fifty cents. =ariv e b
; r"Other pj-poi/r*.. i Which was read, ani 1 the veimi :1'ere ia4n r" ----.1. aof the coup t

J.t h Aact cj itiiclr; i. b rrl of Wardens 5>r the Port of i upon the p.?-4Z e of .\: act to t:.>;i Iln: fir the conipenarion i I I Entry m of ever.. rule! or order of Court' Twelve and a Half!f; ,' ty, '.re Crliias. f.

I. Ew: tic.- t of:he Ocicer* of tie C'UT-.I.| -\-\\ other ;paro-Jie?.** cents. ; i

t A& ac; to prrvra t.lr the rocf>etjr,c o! tf C3;. L"I alias: : the veto or the Governor-Y-s, Mr. p;.*:.jt'nt. !i Administering: Oath TvreKe and a Half! ceti '. \ILOR5-5IL.LL RECEIVE. I
. --Aa.. I ac: its"... ujt. rCa l- of_1" J-se 1 H. W.. ." Jf \ I I: 5ie-r3. Bird Blouat.! Chandler Forbes. Giutier, Green, |i Swearing every* Jury, Fifty certs. |j For icnprt6czr ...-i fyr_..;..
t each
1.fi srt : It : G. Tbc. : ;
f _,..1 ..: I .e:(:.::r...rI"OOOlun.try c.stUr2Ieciwt4 () r..5.' ( t'; hirhl+:d. McKmnon. Prie
'I'. vo'.r .' !\'t. Xav. nos*. 5 > the slid bill! ij i- 11i.nul., passed. Hundred word or less. Twentv-F..c --en., : fur tverv. succctiin. .' KLCi..ro.. -i_.A -t'.. >T;<5iri2! 1''p..= ..
Mr. PILOOT CWr d the full! !ne.r u 'iru. ;: .: Hundred words, I'lfteeii cents. r.---, per
wit .
= nin to : ..
W3I. P. DCVAL.I j I Ij i ; t:: \- an' c:r iilr'cez:f.
Copy of record if the
;I I[ ReoUe l
:]CL"T/rE OFFICE, ) I ISir. salt upon big EIceHtl!! _v the Governor a id infirm him or !h=-, Twenty-live cents : even .'3c'.- .'.liat-; Huu'Jftrd: words.- DISTRICT T fOil v :Y. -SHALLCL1 REt

i T.1..1H.1.'3r.L Fc.cwry 16:, 1.31.r' ut -Council is oo1 ready to adjourn and inquire: : Fifteen ten!:. Ii i E.
: I '' i I Every certiticate under the seal of the '. 't, Twer.tv-Ftve ..
he has anv. turther commU>t--atioa to make. : ; F. .._ .
i i-r 'iT'T -' -L_ ._ otLnce
iv !Iar. J-1 Wirt Es.Pt I I|! Which was read and adapted-Me:=rs. Ciount, Smith ;:i'ard 'cent b not -aOI.11.0! ? (h trail,1
( cJti-r
r ,.- : Etery search of less than One 1 h'e and _f IL= ofiVnce chare ed
-t.e:. _.. ._# Lehke C.-ciI' Bird sere appointed thereon. year's stands :" 2 ,

,, .I1 l-r...ve ""j". r.. .6. &, __...,-In.e! ; :1 ..J. _'_._.."_._....,!,. Mr. BLo T from the coairnntec appointed: to nit on' H-ilf cen's : over One ,year': standing i i"\.ct -i -'it-' j I "e Ev-r caLJ.t:1. .a-I:.
:19 a
( ., :t-* f'-'n"'i. :KC : --. ;'t" rt :) the; Governor, reported th'it, that duty had been perform-j: i f Filing every p-ipfr Ina suit, t.md On"-Fo urt.. -. Terr.v-r.. ii kern CttiFu on .behalf of 4
** As i't.. V tfict*___! Ctc'-os cf th._ I! Er Judgment > and Dro e-rc* rJ ir "ifjet, I.ftt.!
prcvj: ; tLr dins c fd. and. that: his L'xcellency{ .julcJ; cocirnunicite to this! rruiU5 e'.ery or D:criT+ 'erJt'rite :_ 'c.J\.r-d arnoa
!tl and Bond :AC'-rc >a- L -r..r--d Jr. !firs, ton dollar
A a .&: > a rj. ar 1. ... .;. "-Y.:.: cf D2.1 -.; Fh-.' Hr I J*? forthwith. I II. Drawirig approving Fii'y! cent- :: -s iri.a ooi h-r-drtro t.H:.o.'. irdvlIars..
.J ... -. I.; Tie Piesident bid !b.;ere the House, the : Dz. \Ittg n every otner Pip.-r or nntni,. ui h>rtfia, otherv.,'. .
it. f-- following
.> .-.1 i
.r __ { ,, ,, Trr-.. : >:< - w't
",.!!e+ ..... .-........_-.1'.". .01,.-. ..,-.Ir. .1t rle, ..'"'-,...-. _.. L..o.n ..-.ir..!.... ccrsci'Jcicition a : { de Ignt'd, if One Hundred words o.- r.{ .= -, TAen:..-Fin: C.ns ; -.. '. : .Ihn in! uo evi ca ID t: o tht: .:.DttflotttorDe.. :zit! pro.ccutioi

'. .\ : tI. d .. EXECUTIVE OFFICE evt-ry succeeding hundred words. Fifteen ceKvcording ::'.-. *
::.1 :- tJ' : -z :. 1 ( : \ R' .. .. *I
-. .ze C ,.. ,... ri 11' f'r.r.s f f : Mark atrJ Brutldl'tectyFive -: r -- : -.>!.':: ..; any d eat
: l.y. tii't: 't.F' J'&"_s.-"' ,''_. -'- L3.t'.1P.Y l jii 151.7'olv > ; cent t the:
art o: ".1 .": 7.Jr. .- Pnn..r.iffthe Ltitlit-e C:urtcil : i i ; in t.G.-- nt or *:>-r= a wit proitqm is tnteret
I r.2y: i1"' a;.Pi, %.r- ri i-i j li _.- "*.t *r-trttir-i. : OfR'Stka I :'.- t: rr ,:r LJ h- Jimf* a1 cjdii--.toner! cf *.::... T- J'IJ- iI! MARSHALS AND SlEilli''S-SIISLL! RECEIVE. WITNIa. f
:1't : Kir xrTr.f''; 'k j c-ii. Cir3ir>:R : 1 5ES11 LL EACH RECEIVE i

I. .\ '. ig tJ>c Spsr-.' c rr;*- is Jvt$ T.'r' ..-.- I sn rrs;,._tfu.Iv.ojr" olrrJirrr-t .....-.'-.r.:. I For Levand Return 'r" T Y rt >">Attachment, One D-'lar.' For ever.dsys attecdzcce .
Vita:;_ At>l :'i "')I. P. DUVAL. J'\-"r'r p ="'enlr cr
:. A IrvA2ti 2 : ti MiJ > Tj* !' j j Service aud Ileturn "f{ (,:._.l;.ll \\r.t: in :ctu.ii al:;:', .jr ..r ut>' cx-JDty cour:, ,eeDiy-di* ce.ii.
> rtrxv.g : cc: i.i t :'J Su ArA thereupon, the HOM Avrnt i irito if-crct see-i'i", \
c Ati,*. ::: I pct:lJ in (:hanc'ry, Fifty rent E..r.. Car ate.2i:-. '.
hen the :Hn': 9.a. read anJ the: flo't-.r red to advise c? ,2 a justice's court,
3. A ii.--.-.:"..wr*..prt: :g il/t 2p .-.li.irt erf a Ce-ri, to :: and con-eat to the nomination therein contained and j\ L-\y and Return ot Liccution One Dol..tr.He nit'- ecu r<.
rtrject I
: Eicc,:rre '.It,?. > (' fdj; secuua, Tv.enty-tlve cents. i-'cr ever,' aik
travel tie
tn tne.31r. ; treaty : to a-.d
4. A llfif.tijdfi re4Cecj>j > i r2ii of lzz.3 by: C'l_ s vt r j Execuii a Peare Search One ,
r : or Dollar.
:;; wirrant, pIce of hoi-j.3!
:: court : Povied j the witnesslivei
:I. '}')./0.J.f" .r1".1[ r ,...: !. ._u.. : President Ld before the hues, the following Evecutin: lL.D
V ?re t f'iciaa po?e:510'1 m1 One DaHl 1 at -reiter di i
tanc- thin ri-.e
comrnunicatiou : n!!!- from tho coa&
; 4-.i.H >
Zi.\ Mrr-rtik
C : '
ic : -
t ? t )n r .: t: tJ.t. Committing
Tsai fat..i fn.Tt st. M- ,; Ti J L"r..,. "j j r EXECl'TIVE OFFICE, i i13I. ?+ i prUonei to Jail, One Dollar.: !I! hoe. : ProTd. :::i: aDv ,%,:. ,,.? > then tj

S. A. K! Iir t*':: r : *tr.. an. ;d-i:,.'2l l :qty: to the I\ FtS-.CART ltit.1 5 i Iteea-ing! prisoner, T\vent\-Five cents. c.: _. '. in :1 hi...h !he :s attecdi": _- ._ 2 njiue_._', n (co; :>

/" .Je. ..'.-.'... ::: G/ur-t... -,:' Frr,..!Ls.J t!i Hon. Jon.WARREX, | Reirnniig prisoner, per mile. Ten "fnt:. j f j tnttd to ;se ccit s ;CCit.'m-_ Jeccasi
-. .. J' ...... .,_. .... .. ... .,.. ;, .: I, |j S"riii and Returning Writ of habeas s I'and :have : may .
1. .1 J. Ja" '_._.11" ,.' ,. _.t -..: (,,f' Pretident zfthe Lt la1irt Council. JI \ ; CorpusQae < of tie party at who-e ic-tance he u sunnioneti. -

;:wciALr.? I\I I Ifir-Having Keen iniorrr.eiJ oy a o-mmitite. my !aarx.T.In3tia j j D II l.ar. I J iJirv.. uhich n.ay Li'.e cvrucd to ctci"
T f ry! .Trng Re" r/-uto: :.s h ave been rtosvei ar3 fced by ': cf ComrriUik: of tLe''a br.2-"e Fund was rjecteJ -; j! Each copy of ) process, if One Ilimdred wnrdor le55TwentFit'e tit'te coiu.ji ::e, as ifcre3J. nfrv cent ::

f"J i1 ti,*: v.-crcta r> osl-x-fi ey d<* rx: rt' wire approval": :, by the Council, I IKJW nominate: John VV'. Reave lor'! centsan : e\ery s'jcc.edni Hundred: n orcls, Fifteen .j I I .,,
1. A Pr;-! b'#: atil Kev iut )a respecting t e Ju.j:r4of tt,t'a ; the no' "".'.. i I I ij cents. ,I JURORS-SHALL RECEIVE. :

Tfmil..r-J.J t.et brlI'. j I arn respectfuliv! .vcar ohe-Jert' ; recant, jM. i!
,. A fr nriMe .! KevXutioa l j Taking and approving even Bond Fifty teat:. ;
'ir. repectirg a po.It}:, road frosi ; \\ P. DUVAL. j For ,
:+en'.tcE'; tn .t. AvuSi.N. i Calling Jury in each suit, Twentv-Hvc cents. ;: every vercrrt, to each Juror, twenty-rivecb:
:I Which was read and the House fu-ed to a'itiae and : : fee
trj j-haJl
I no be
; alluded 1
3.\. P.essib r.iJJ H.Yu.JJn; revp ciia g 1 road to (Cape consent to the nomination therein contained '; For whipping a person by sentence of Court, Two Dollars! to j juror, lor the
I Fi-.-...,.. j I the and rejected j'I i Collecting money under Execution F 1pt"1 cent tor the a c-iuie in te suerior courtSEC. -

.. .\ rrt-t and 3cJYpiry.ng R-nolation! resptcung iheeVcu ;r same. j I Fir-t Three Hundred Dollar, and Two and a Half cent 2. Be t: briber t-r.ictet'. That} the sever!;

.j if Govf-rvir and Secretary of l'ndz by the people. I I Ij. !; )lr. FORBES movd that a select committee be appointed |; on the remainder ; when there is an actual i>a-! and \\hen tr.r there ?*** h:rt-ai prcv.dtd ttr..i:i :a all cases be tad

A fl.;> JtK.ij r>|*ecic the Cbip<..a river. !j: I lo wait upon hii Exee'lency the Gov rn-jr, and to 1' is no sale[ Two per cent on all sums collected. i I f in the ':ul ff co :t:, and coile-led with the 'WCMSO

C. A i Hf'- --MHfc: r.. .v-ctn2! an additional member tn tae I;g.,i f'iVativc : confer with him on the subject ot a nomination for sacJ'! Keeping each slave taken under Execution cr Attachment. of th-- s'.ir .- PrH.td tj. tha. e3ch dl3lln''t tlte3
C.,ua: frusj t.v; counties of Ouval and a member from appointment-3lessrs. Forbes Ward and '
wt.ro 01 -hail bl
appointed co-t uc the
C'MJTjh.l.: such slave to be allowed a Half pound of meat p'r day and Uix ; par.icufary: cruuuirrated ia
thereon-and it is
| ordered that the Clerk of tL-: of costs.
7. A Rv Motion reipectifig: an ar !tinnal member Ui the LegWitirc ', House communicate to hw Excellency the peck of Ir.diitn CtlW, or its equivalent! per v>eek- ptr .a:', T\\ enfv.Fivr :
rejection ofhis S
EC. 3. Be it r'urthr office
1 C-iunril fram Ue County wf Jeferwm.i | ffnt4.Keeping ennrted. That any
I | lath nomination And also transmit him
:ia '': rr-o-ived and fi.ed in thecretlTy'j Office the folk>winr c to a copy of i Cattle, H-rses, Hog, or other stock tak"n un-ler exa'tir 2 zreatT "r other f e". or ja anv other mss

acts ; avyc.I after rejection; viz : !;i;; the resolution adopted by this House touching their sense i i i legal ,; ce::,such reasonable allowance a3 the Julie cr Justice tier than is provided I% by .\\. >ha [. be indK(

An art ffJ ;;&! m nu1 to the charter of the Merchants and \of the services of Mr. Becton, late Commissioner of the i j ji /i from whose Court the process may have issued, deem for extoition. and Clued in any im n.t exiCiCic:

F;:i :;r'' Bank of Magn'ia. j i.I aJlaha-;ee fund. !and may just i:, one hundred uo Jars at the dis reon of the ecu*
An act IT addition to an act amendatory: of the Charter of 31r. President laid before the House the following corn- !' SEC.
4. Be i it
Mileage the distance to be estimated and turthtr eoaotvd ThM no
frcm the
tiicCe&tralBinkfif Fk Vida. court
) i;i ,rnunication from hu Excellency : .1'.1'i 'I !b-ill=
house to the residence a to demand the Territory c
of the
"An act to pnnriJe for Use com n.utiQn of the Officers of person served 'viib process goi.ig rom

die Council, and f>r other purples." EXECUTIVE OFFICE, 1FEBRCART :1, and returning, per mile Four rent;. I I'Mid.i. or from any U'Dhth:rt ot: any other f fe*

Respectfully your obedient servant, 16th. 1931. Service and Return of every process, not herein specially; t t:.'> f-u-h a> may accru ;Or services in the aPP"

11 S[. P. DUVAL.Which To the President the J designated. Fifty cents. hea.iH, -af"-keept!>,, prosecution, or punish
i of Legislative Council
were read. Also the following : I I SIR :--I have the honortd acUnoivie'lge: :the receipt of the iixeculing Deed or Bill of sale! One Dollar. I of thi criiuicji act. saving" ail such as are provided forW'

EXECUTIVE OFFICE, ? i iv I Resolution 0:1 the subject of my nomination of a Coramision-
TALLAIUMER, February 14tli, 1831. j j i! er far Talbha-ee Fund. The Revolution 11 nn unusual JUSTICES OF THE PEACE-SHALL RECEIVE.For I SEC. 5. De it further enacted That andetninin ad.

Sir-I nominate for Treasurer of the Territory of Florida !;: proceedinjr, and cannot he viewe l in any other light, than as ? the fees of certain officers in thu Te.

Chark-H Austin, E&\ '|. an encroachment on the Executive power in dictating: to him superintending proceedings under the act concerning forcible !! tory, and for otbvr purpcxe,** approved 22d \

For .iudttor tha- f-Capt. Thomas Brown. j his duties. It is hutflcient 'lor the E.X'culive to assure the Lcgihlalure I entry and detainer each per day. One Dol!: n. umber, 1St;. and revived 17th of Februan.l

I'or Directors oft the Capitol Coe William Bailey! and {: i he has no private ftehni,h lo tr.tlf r in this notrinatiorr: ; Every warrant, writ Attachment Execution and ail o'h-r bus "nt:dtlr.*: with the true tat
but or other
E cornphiiiUj I have been made of the conduct ol Ti'rbut R. legal ;
Henry Gee. and
"Fwenl -Five mean/u: of thus act, be tbeand he
cents. same
Betton .
For ComndtMner of the TaUahattee Fund-Wro. Hiliiard. ES
FOR THE Cof.ITT OF LEO!. just, and that to his rnrnd, are satufictury, why l he should not Every Subpoena, Twelve and a Half cent repealed.

JUI' be renominaied. The Executive will not into examination Entering up Judgment, Twenty-Five cents.
tn of the Peace Samuel H. Duval Robert J. Hack- 'I gu an -
hey, Thomas M. Bradford, Turbutt R. Betton, W. G. Ponder, with the Legi lat ye1 Council on this subject, as it would Swearing Jury, Twert -Five cents. P.55D. Feb. 14th-AFPROIEDFeb. 15111 1.

John L. "Vickers'H.:nrv Bradford, Thomas J. Green, Zache- be wholly unnecevsary. The j power to nominate t., with the Writing and approving Bond. Fifty cents. -

jiah Fort, Joseph W. Mien, Arthur ,MactDV., Briggs ( Executive, the right to reject, i io with the Council. Administering every Oath, Twelve and a Half cent
and Nathan Vwlers.Jfotariet : The Executive will nut iherelbretigain trouble the Legislature Chap. 747-No. S. An enti
Provided, That no Justice shall be allowed act to amend an act,
to ch fee
Public-Thomas H. Austin and Hamlin V. Snell. !, on this subject, aa he Jdef'btuudJrorn the committee, the for administering oath for the trial l":
Port Warden of St. Mark' *.-Robert Sturgess, James H. nominations heretofore ade, were not rejected on any other of a Miit before him. bvt htr Courts ot Comrrum Law of this Tem

Randolph, Needham Dudley, J. B. Peachy and Tim. McCarty. I account than, that Mr. Betton would be superceded, if any Taking and writing affidavit, Twenty-Five rent:. and tar other purposes"
Lumber John B. one nomination was confirmed Attending the house of deponent, to take depoiions
Inspector* of Peachy and Ambrose Crane. per day, p
FOR THE COCITTT OF MoKEOE Jam respectfully your obedient servant, One Dollar. Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Govejnor and

For Jwtiu, of the Peoee-Edward Chandler, Oliver O'Har- WM. P. DUVAL. Copy of any paper or record, if the same contain One Hun- i illative Council of the TeritoT- of Flonda.

ra, Richard Fitzpatrick|. Samuel A. Spencer i William Cooley, Which was read. dred words or less, Twenty-Five cents : every succeeding Hun whenever a or
William Wh.tel.eaJj. ; Joseph Thouron, Henry S. Wa- Ordered, on motion of Mr. CHANDLER, that the injunction dred words, Fifleen cents. terested in the luortg-i;or of or person entitled to,
terhuuieand Robert R. Fletcher. of secrecy be removed from all the For eq.nty redemption resides bej
foregoing proceed- certificate
every Twenty-Five c
rents. "hi
the limits
For .Val rU' Public-John HarrisVilliam H. Wall, Wil- ings- when the door was again opened.Mr. For ot the jurisdiction of the court, in
taking of dower
}bm H. Fletcher Chutes M. Wills, John Dubose, William A. BLOUNT from the committee appointed wait Our Dollar. suit may be brought, but within the Territor/J

"Whiteh. ad and William: C..oley. his to Florida, publication may be made as in the third sej
Excellency that he had
Pilots the Port of Key West Francis upon reported no further communication CONSTABLES-SHALL RECEIVE. tion of the i
f or --c.- J. Wallinptnn, act to which this is an
Charles M JolmQuu! Temple Pent, Samuel Sauderson, John to make to the House during the present ses- For Levying and Return of Writ of Attachment, Fifty cents. proved December 1 11tb Ib24. and 8mendmentfi.

Gf"I ; T, David Cold, Ezra Harm, Solomoo Teft and Jose sion.Mr. For Execution, Fifty cent lion shall! be deemed equivalent to personal
JtOC..ilV3. BLOUHT tonk the Chair. ; Service & Return of Summons "nd DffiJ
respondeudura Twen P.ovided it shall
be sho.tn
I to the court by
.'ludmter-ThflfT1a8 A. Towmaend, Oliver O'JJarra'il- When Mr. WARD offered the following Resolution : ty-Five cent D. d
Jbm H Wall William H. Shaw Richard V.. Cu Resolved or other wise, that said party or parties, dtl tl ..
'sans, Joseph unanimously. That the thanks of this Housebe Peace or Search Warrant One Dollar. .
TfiOJirun and William >r defendants, actually resi 'e the j'J:
.A. Cooley. tendered to the Hon. Joust WARREN for the beyond
Warden of the Port of Key We*.-Pardon C. Green William and able, dignified Collecting money undvr execution, the same as is allowed to tion of uaid court, where the mortgage is about to
impartial in
manner which he haj in Marshals
presided and Sburiflk. .
H. Sfiiiv: John H. Western, Oliver O'Harra/and George Jbrclosed.SKC. .
this House the "
V. \\'(3.er.. Which during present session. Summouing jury, Jiffy cents. :. Be it further enacte", That all act3
read and
FOR GADSDCK COPWTT.Appraite was adopted-no one dissenting. Mileage, the stiae a: is allowed to marshals and she-Hr consistent with the provisions ,.,. this act, b:,

rt of the Union Bauk of Florida James M. Gil- Mr. President then resumed the Chair, and made an Provided the dnt.inc be esti,uated to and fr'nn the rie ol the same are hereby repealed.

/ihriu aad Sttplieii; }',,r a.Dore, appraisers Union Bauk, viet appropriate address. the .person served with process to the place of holding usttct'a .
#mitb and Norwood declined. The House then adjourned tint die. couru IS3
PASSED I?eb. 3d-APPROVED, Feb. lOih

V,'_ .f".:.. y9 t .' s..
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: rj'i he House proceeded.to consider the motion route Waves little oil of conciliation. Tiie 1 I '! L i U- _. I 1 -
oi f JO..Q1&'l _
tLORIDIA.N Mr. Polk Lowell JOQrnal!
of Tennessee, to commit the' of Saturday is silent on the stibjeot .I r l THUS. M. RR.\Db"UKo will be supported I
et&i the! Secretary, on the removal, of the public report ;-from which, we are disposed to believe that f. his friends for the next I egUUlivc Council. .kMRYL4VD- STATE LOTTERY,

uAW S lS 8SATUHDAY sites from the Bank of the United depoth e reports current in the city are al- CLASS No5.orricirO.
Slates exaggerated
r Committee of Ways to the though there is no doubt of the THE subscriber has received a coiui:nmtnt at" the FOR SALK AT T1118
MARCH 15. Means, together with the stated. principal t facts as articles which he will sell law for cask .
following instructions, moved by Mr. McDuffie of at his ware-house in St. Marks, viz : J.fl.\ll': ALLA4XDJ.k BhRTMELQT,
t r i'V South Carolina : New Orleans Sugar in Hhds. Attorney and Counsellor at Law.

tM publicaLion of ihe laws of the ro report a joint resolution providing that the Accomplished .a'lisl.-A late London paper. New Orleans Rum, -TILL practice in the Court of ppetIoIThe

''H rom I to d'Y, Our subscribers will recollect ;I public revenue hereafter collected, be deposited in contains an account of the examination of Mrs. Western Whiskey, ,V V Superior Courts of Leon, Gadftdcn, and; Jack.

Counc'l' are m force from the date of their pub-I he oft the United States, in conformity with G cu. Tweed, E q." who was committed for trial Coffee hy the Bag, son, in the Territory of ir iorida ; antI in the Superior

:88&1 JLothlid iL \\111 be some time before they can : the public faith pledged in the under the following circumstances : She stopped Pressed Hay, AMB. CRANE. Courts of Thomas & Decatur coun.cs. of the bouth
I r coach before March 15. l 1834. 313w. ern judicial circuit of die State of Ge. 0
'a:1011.11 distributed it is shop ot rgia. Residence
: n'nali'ipiilet 1 lorm, and re-I Banl"m a respectable trades- 2
eJ at /irl ntti jihit the number ol'tiii' \ containingcartuY I following instructions moved by Mr. an in Picadilly, and requested to be shown some al/tlba.see. NVf'mhf'r231; 1 S3' I5tf

,nujJe;) cscrvcd. I'b Jones of Georgia : I silks! and satins, laces &c. After self cling a TOOTICEISHEPF.BYU1VEN -'-hat A petition OTICI'SalJut.e1 S. IVklt: ill apply to the'county -
: To I worth about quantity JLli tr have assigned her, the dower of the widow of 1 Court, at us next for
50/ term.
into a ad.
'1, made inquire the 1 she requested that the clerk discharge ns
have expediency of
Cnt i..r : by persons depositing the late Piluiah
olIs papers will be filed at tho next muiistratoron the elate of Roocrt
the might
FIl1clt proceed to her High at which
its. ,, Uicm at the tiuKof tliciiiLIC1tIOfl revenue, hereafter collected 'in all I dwelling with the bill, wheie of the
or Jirowrn away Hanks the State sin would! it term Superior Court of Leon County.At time his accounts and vouchers ill be r' '* J.
'J and a J iil' rcuUc thlsoPI1Jrtul11t'o a\'in'0'" that ; in .the different States where the same is with her. pay -not having brought her wallet lae same time, will be made an application to February 8th, 1834. ',." -*
in proportion to their respective The clerk accordingly entered the have apportioned to her the dower of the widow of
tnr our own use, and will not be capital
.I oft fttj"1 paid in, and to prescribe the terms which coach, and it was driven-he little imagined whith the late Samuel Bryan, dec'd. CONSUMPTIONCURED.
.II ou I he
)Hats' I .jotitof thisiAhC to any one. Those residing I same shall be deposited ; and to by bill er The lady stopped in front of the mansion ota And likewise, to have set off the dower of Mary
'enty.t 1."::lIc.IUULlC.., Will be enabled to ecure a comIi. otherwise." or respectable; physician, and informed him that lies Caroline \\ inn, widow of the late Benj. F. AVinn de .

of the l laws ai an early date, by attendirgI Mr. MUHLENBEKG of son was in the carriage in front of his house, in ceased. LEIGH RLAD, DE LA 3Io>'TERAT's COLUMBIAN VEGETABLE
.r:rip) Pennsylvania, after a state of She I March 8 I 1SS4. ((304w) Att'y. t.-r Pciuoncrs.S SP
some lunacy. described his lrIFIC..
preliminary remarks
fifty aJJrc) \ on the length of time symptoms, I '
:,ht consumed in the delJe'on! the :subject of the de- stating that he supposed himself clerk to some I IX weeks alter date I shall apply to the udge of IS the most valuable remedy ever yet discovered for
dull in Is'ew York at the latest tablishment and eS-1 the County Court Gadsden County, for letters he cure of
: I'" \%:2i again posltes, on a question in its nature wasconiinually I I talkingabont I col-I! Coi'g, Colds, Contitmpiicn. .isfAnui
s. (1_TzieI' v. is little prospect of any considci able Lary, moved the Previous lucsLiun.merely prelimi- lecting bills, being swiucllcd/ Stc. She proposed ot'ofsud Administration on tic estate: Sherod M'Call, late bp-.tiing: of Wood, and all diseases of the Breast mid

"" Mr. to leave him in cliuige of the doctor I(! county dcc'd. \IARGARETl'CALL.. Lungs. Prepared by J. BOYD, Philadelphia, It
:..ct' 1111'rlCwlule. the present craugeJ tale of JFILDE made an earnest appeal to Mr. ibr a few days duinry, ,Alnrrh Rlh, 181 *. SOGw.IX l'omp1SCS the disturbed i nerves
enjoining: him I gives strength to tha
ALL ,', currency continues.r ._ fused.luhlcnberg to withdraw his motion, but he reed], as it was upon dangerous to keep tl.at; the I boshould young man be confiuj, I j -'tvci'ks utter- date "shall; apply( ;i to the Judge of Lungs, repairs the Appetite,improTcs the Spirit?etc.

Tliis, ttlarge. i j 'lie County Court Gadsden County, for lettersof Bill of Directions accompanying each bottle of the
)1[ E-O'.I has! been elected U. S. Senator from Mr BURGES made an appeal to the same effect into agreed to, tiC unsuspecting clerk was ushered ministration on the estate James Files, dcc'd.Quiiiey Specitic( pointing out in a mo&t conspicuous mannerall
docu t atC Virginia; in the place nf Mr. RIVES who I but Mr, M. still refused. the appartiucnt of the physician, where he _. mar. S, 306w GIDEON H \VKINS.IX the symptoms in their different stages of the disease

y-five : because he had been instructed by thiLc- Mr. McDUFFlE requested the Chair to state was; confined nearly tw. days as'a lunatic ; and it S I weeks after ,I Ute we will pply to the County and particular dircctiotj.s respectingthc treatment w hUb

ifieellto ':1lcll "fth:1t state, to vote on the Dcjiobi.c qucs- what would be the effect of the Previous Ques was; not until tho M D. had sent a servant to the Court of Jclfcl'sonounty for letters of Adminiv uiii it, together with many well authenticated certi.

.,;lure l his opiniJfl.'AS1IINGTUN. Lion, and what the Mam Question would be. supposed residence. iii'I!he tody: that lie would heed ration on the estate of James Biooks. deceased, late ficates of cures, etc.

'" nll1U"lfr to The CHAIR stated in the pxcla lOa I::111' "III] t.-'f prisoner.POIli of said county. HA R it L' BURNEY, In consequence of the grcat; and increasing demand
raply that the Previous
for this specific, the proprietor is enabled
a. Question seconded a J. A. G FFE. to rcduce tho
Jf'S March 1st, 18M.: I by the House, would cut off 11onticoil.inarc1 Qtli 1"31, O w price to 75 rents per bottle, thereby eflabhng.it to come
!, the instructions moved hy the gentleman himself 11Ath1LIST. Within ihr reach of all *. '.
ldinglALL ltt Sm-I c8rcl very muca to.:av. that th rc is: (Mr. McDufiie,) with the amendment thereto nX weks aitcr date njplicau will be muuc to I Dr. CHAPMAN'S person
;1'1'' hJ.al! :US1LICSS 01 any .mld at the proposed the lonourable, the comity court of the county of Anti-Dyspeptic 1ls."
j.le Poll'P'ct .' I l by the gentleman from Georgia (Mr Jone ) .tcilerson These PiUs have been
c' 10n th C.J'n: t S. OF ST. MARKS. for letters of / drnmhlration on the estate successfully used by thou
eUl! and the Main Question would be on a simple re- of James Brooks laIc of said sands v ho can test.fy to their superior
no 1 deposition to !think l or talk of any ---- couiiiy dece: s.-d. efficacy (over
'rlie' flut t' ls{ doiaitred condition of the currency. ference! of the! Letter of theSecretary of the Treasury CH,Ar. ED-5.ARCI1 G. \Iarch 8, 1S34: ((3D6uJ A 'l 11'H.. [BROOKS.itnr nuny other remedies now in use) for the cnreof Dyspepsia -

"' .,""; : : JlI "utl uncertain .,taudan\ 01 Ihe value in relation to the removal of the deposites, to Brig Sucqueh'un,a, U ilson, for N. York, 52D bales U 1 R.t.-:. \ .\ I'I\S t ilalc 1 shaH make aj,- to the de'ulitated in nil heir complicated forms they iire strength

:1,red '",',l"Uiv! commercial, pressure, and prospective: thc Committee of Whys and Means. Cnitor! by sur.di' 1, plica'ion! to th.- Judge of the County Court elfLe'JI1 organs of digestion, repair the appeUtercninve.s -

'! II'I.i .y i'l'i .<* Ihf! al.ulc and manul'acatnng :. The question( was then put on seconding the 7th.-Schr. Lnnnda Holmes, fur N. York, 306 Cour.iv for letters nf Administration on the estate bitual costivencss nausea hl and.ach sickness of the stomach, ha ;

edingSIlIlJQ ,11'!,' Thi.i. a foulest bc'' .'cca 1.( Preside.! motion lor the Previous question, (which requiresa Bales Cotton, 300 (Hides of Joseph; !H. L mc, deceased. and other a palpitation' of the heart,

I"., .13a" virile United 1aTC', which has producd I I majority,) and the vote stood, Aye 115, Noes Schr. Neptiwr, .,ily. N. York I 153 Bales Cotton. March 8. I lrt ,.1.| ?lJ6'.'". ELIJAH ANDEVS.EXECUT4It'S i. i\lcrcii--y many, nor do nervous the- sicken affections.the stomaitIt1ie-1 Hey contain' no

'('..\[.".i"! lillS in-'V ttIt, has been produced, and 1 I i iI.t't 1 109. So the Previous Question was econdctJ.I I lO.h.-S.-hr. Lady Washington, \ 11. Swain, :for I: mild and safe cathartic : there i* no restriction in dietor a
: K-V.luton m the ir.ulc und properly of 1 L New O., .\ % OTICi.
: The
j Yeas and Nays were then ordered the drink or exposure to wet or cold while usiri
I \ on hem.
-'1utiti'. -
:: i woiMj rcv I..L 1
"l'our.I11! iii> main Alml\ 1-:0-- MARCH 7. & !persons hill* demands a aiast U.u estate of Bill of dirl'ction'iIII

'l\itx 1 !t iiin doomed! from my position ns a non I I t lIUUJtGES qucstu>. Brij; Li.lI1i, c' in-n, from Georgetown S. C., via 1)\ .fames Partner, deceased, late o.' this cenntv, arc which will fully explain accompany their cflccts.I each bpx of Pills,

jjijsnrupon, :!: thi-J! arena of cl1crall'olilic.: and ,I now moved nn adjournment, Key West in klLtt. inju-j-ed! to piuscnt lh n claiii*. duly authenticated, Fron the \vcll known
iitioQ 1.1'. t,,'jv'a j looker) on, in Veni i'," (an nl.dep.orc I i iVnii'ni andubked the Yeas and Nays : which were takcn, 9th.-Un-tt-d; .State.-' Revenue Cutter Dexter, Ran wiihin the time prescribed by law, or they vill be forever the reputation of tnese Pills for
many years, proprietor
Jde. : cI1t.::, a.id more especially it* opemt.on; I and resulted as follows : YeYs 84, Nays J4- dolph, four days from Key esr.Schr. barred ; lhr>bc indubicd to the estate arc rLqucbtcd deems it unnecessary to give( furtlujr, Philadelphia)
detail ol
-oun.oner. :11' otr: 1ei'i1t'33- So the House refused to adjourn. o Spy, from Charleston, S. C., with Salt, Ric., to mako imniodiotc p.lynwl1t. them. A freshsupply has been any received und for sale F
::tlI. fl' 1'C resented on Mondays and L The Corn I. G. 'SE.V11CY
Pt'11'.uis! } Previous Question was then put: Shall &c. to mnd.-cs. IF by '. R B.
app .intmcnty PERKIXS.
'P. 'llial'th, his e, V v 91d 15tf
":,';Iv:: :1jjipji't'J 111 .sj'ee'1hex, le a iin- the ui tre '- was Veas 11 H :: S-h: I 18 ?'!. 3l( 8w. .
1 1h. 112
Nays -So the previous
ih' .'pl *. J th.". whatever distresses we question '
jv may -'I. .'
l' :j.il. a-i C'' st.Uc t'l.ltrdU '
;,. Ui"" I'I .1 t MdcJunee for a hearing. For the j I was carric Those of the Georgia delegation W'l ) Jioa itfii I A'LJlaJACK ON-'lht 1,0-

iv'wM' n.ii.: ", I have placed my pe.itions in the I I I u I ho voted in the affirmative, were Messrs, a ia t t.", Ih ti:; .1 .%. .1o_ ".uacttcandid.tt. \.\.._ Council:*, .1. ? ... I : horse,

tyjM'f: a ?. v Hainpsh: le man, ,who sis near to I j I I C.fee! Schley andVayne.. All the others, viz : of the T>"I'llol'of Kiondi. tD'Yi. qJlt U1 1 i7

* :a.aii'1"! '' ..!ii'J.'jjeMhem! in uuder the !lag of the I Clay ton, Foster, Gamble: Gilmer! Jones & \\ ilde, .'.., _$ ''lit i>;aud thc nibtiini; season at 'laiiaThisStallion I,
r liE friends of Col. ,
ii ". si.iu-, I I I weie present, and voted in the negative. 11 trJ 1'h h iascc. I
Tit rcsulu ions arc stopped altogether: there ar.enlA 1 present his name as ,l. aI>;I'Il.e ... ittiiro< ut LI1_' ,
The main 5 is
0" ." I question was then put, on referring County of t Leon in the s> well known throughout the Southern -
"h11 il.': -een oa tile iau.u tor wcek' nrxi Lci.sltt.ive i : Council.Territory
IX ;
the Slates aiid) !his
7 Secretary's Letter on the Deposites to the Territory, as a successful racer,
E. n'ju*'** IllS mp1'e}' to g-t up I I Committee ol Ways and Means and decided of I Florida Leon County Court. hat a detail nf iiis pel formanccs is not deemed ucces
We dial g-.i ; i asuhll'sit. sa.-y.
j, Yeas* and Nays the aflirm.itive t follows
tor the Ars nat and as
:3Li; vs : V Ilo is seven years old, of the best stock in the Uni-
rgf'd Buoy*. &.o. &c a iittlc for roads and .arbours. I II I Yeas 1-30, Nays US-So the Letter was at length HARRIET HANDLEY. \ Attachment. cd States, being sired by the lanious Timoleon, one I"ADE

ged, I ".hsll :',,*' 1) cpi' rtnnity to fill n crack in any of referred without adopting the instruction* propos 1 t defendant and all others interested arc here if t the most celebr tc'l I and famous colts nfold Sr Arcliy Iv and sola wholesale and Retail -

the il.:- with a douceur for Florida. ed rither by Mr. McDutfie or by Mr. Jones. Tiili notified, that suit has been commenced lis -his dam was }by ihe high bred imported horse in Frederick county, Aid. by C ilerston

fto W-' ha--eat la>i gt t all the Flor da land eases ar- !I I Oi! A'od'nesday the 19th .Ir.VlIkins concluded day l by attachment in s-iid case, returnable to the next 'hip-his grand-dam by the imported horse Tupp. concerned in the Patent with Dr Jodkins.

cjp.l.ex t'P'] th;.'of Co'in' Mitchell, usually called his speech i in defence, of the removal of tne September term of said Court, and the defendant isrequired I lc is a blood bay-upwards of sixteen hands high, The above Ointment is offered to the public as a

oust fIr ps':" j>uicli3': The Government have: coi.ve-1:' j I, deposited: find the .sullct.VilS then on motion 1)1'11lr. to appear and plead to the dccUration filed and unites great strength with beauty of form and I ale and certain remedy for hose obstinate diseases,
!tars ': -ni! aeon' in C'i'n who pretends to have found j ji I I i in sad ictinn. some of which have so long baffled the skill of medC
: : case, according to law.
Cliy, postponed to and made! the special -
| ; ; order
:11! there, .ich when delivered I .
w him
i .1 : i-s to ',
IIILl V. SNELL l>l'ffs. Certificates of his Pedigree will be furnished
L ; prv.iVE that the ocai authorities had no power to ,I of the day lor Monday the 24th. The French ,,, att'yMarch 1st White Swcllingsof description.
lion, mIu'h title.A Spoliatian bill was also on motion of Mr. Manhunt 15th 1834.:; J- :U if. 1 EKMS $2.1 to insure, (the owner to pay if the marts 2d Sore L',s aiul.LMcersi-f every long standing.

'ney htrc was no Ki"c in Cuba and as the Spanish] postponed to, and made the special order of the ) In ;ho Cnunty Court i traded)-Jil3 1 the season ; and $10 the single leap- 3d Schifrusor Glandular Tumours, particularly

fault (t.>rniacnt at Midi id I ha-, informed ours, that there day for Monday (the 3.1 of this month. The bill JOHN B. COLLINS, & Co. I for the County of Jef-- S5 will be oild'-d to the above rates if not punctually those hardened tumours in women's breasts which oftentimes

;!K 'w such I'o'aol'l.ie s, and if none such ee issued to repeal the Force Act, was also on motion of Alerchants and partners. ferson, middle district I paid by the first of Junemarch 8, 1834 30tf. terminate in ulcerated: eancers.

;rc II r-iba, ii: 1' bringsany from thence. iust. and made the special; order of that dav. JOHN N. PARl'RIDGE. J j assumpsit : by At- and ends on the Sth doy o'"June.Sporting of Catarrhs, of every description. "J

li ''j.!_ t. i jc1'Uli1tfoj( 'J remain a ye of! il/W-I ', I\C w,11 promiseoxir G-'ve-nmen next The House had before them Mr. Mardis' instructions THE defendant all other persons concerned, Intelligence c5j>rai'-.9 and! Bruie'es of every description or in

r orJurt AV.II'iftik: wil\ kindly: give him still another to tne committee of Ways and Means, take notice, that this quit has been instituted wl"ltp.H'rla.j .t itinto.

p.1. : !nj pr> ve -h .t 'he Iv m: oi' Sp .in never had pow: I" to inquire into the expediency of reporting a bill by attachment, returnable to the next ensuing term of 7th Tettcl'oof kinds. In this com plaint. the

ei l iu nrikea: a rnt In Florida! The Su.>rcme requiring the Secretary of the Treasury to depo- said County Court, and that they arc hereby! icq'iired hunt, ir. applying the Ointment must keep the pait pa

Cu'ir* hiving 'I:tti d very principle in this case in site the public moneys of the Unitet Slates in the t< appear an J plead, according, to law to the dcrlarati.m out of wafer

;..iuiurol'the ilaim :i'v Tlu! opinion tit S' mc here Slate Banks And, also, as to the expediency of iu this cause filed. lU'CANTS, Att'y for P'lffs. tfth Chilblains, or parts affected by frost.

..tbei'cs u.tiiat] r! j.l: ra.<' a '::1!I1"i i the live: of the presentJuJge I defining by law all contracts hereafter to be made March 15, 1834. 31 SHI. I It is also one of the best remedies for Barns and

: we ii. \\wevt-r Irrve some re son to hope, thai I I with I I the Secretary for the I s.ife-keepinsr I management : )1 In the Cuiuily C'url i Scalds It eases the pain and draws the fire out in a
a'cr!: w'v! :'ar-tc'IY! : w' nay retson.ibly: oxpect a and disbursement of the in JOHN n. COLLINS, k Co. | fur the Co'mty of Jei-I shorr tllnA.
)urL* ua! iifi-.r, all !lic cl.irnants du /* same; supportof Mcrchanls and i.anncis. {fcrson, middle dUtric.. : For Inflamed Women's Breast, and Glandular,
whirhlr.. Mardis addressed the house till the
the Wrh luucU:I! re
:on. JOS. M. WHITE. expiration of the h hour. JOHN N. PARTRIDGE, (j In assumpsit: by At- : f-; ::- s the medical faculty It is much :safer than mercurial .
I The bill making an additional appropriation of of prepartion of that ,
any material
) tarhmcm. ,) because ildoei
aDd WM Wi.sov.: E Tallahassee Spring flares for vldlc Horses
>] ,
900,000 dolly. for fortifying the harblrsJ defendant THE not lay the patient liable to from
I opposed THE and all other "'rS"iS concerned I commi.-ivc. (iiI the sec-md Wednesday inpiil injury expo.c to
umcts by Messrs. McDuJiie Barringer and Hale take notice of tflC< insiiiu.i-m of above cold.
\ and continue three
next free
ltt "o\ :-I hue S'mi in : diys, for Saddle
yon'las' weekpa L- Tins Ointment
the and advoc-ited: in the whole or in part by Messrs. suit by attachment, rclurnab'e to the uc\t cnsuim, horses only, airreca'.ily! to the rules of the Tallahassee has cared sores of many years stand!
Y'II enquiry, 'whither I will 1111 co.v.innc can Polk, Selden"aYlIe, Gorham: Harper, llruwnlIId iKrm of aid Court, and that! they arc hereby notified jckry Club, except thos.- relating to weight.FIKST ing. Where it is impossible or imprudent to heal th.

'" ;itc f.'I' ivclMioii 1 tl the 'Jixt L'-' i i..1! ttivc Coun-il I," : Everett, but the question was not taken. Mr.Barringer to appear and plead arcnrdinu t" law to the decliralion : DAT.-2 mile heats, Purse 75- entrance S10. external sore, ia cunscqueurf of the bone hecomu.g ,

ff-'i ..::1 .iniitinutjiin tliit Ilt1.1! i cspactcd from my .I in the course of his remarks, stated, a in this cause filed. M'CAJN l S, All'ytor P'lffs. SECOND DAY.-1 mile heats, Purse $50-entrance carl increase us or the rotten, it will stop the progress of the caries, 0' ,

.'"-ui: ;. (.it th! ? last vi:.i-t.i of tho C mncl: ,) agitated! I Ii fict: which had been ascertained: by Col. Drayton, -;lhI'C'LI I 1-i. I :s-t. ;:1 I;)11).. $10. ftihM\e smell quantity, and ease of the the pain.discharge*. remove the of- i )

'. i ih-'. q'icbti'i.i' I J011N B. COLLINS, 1 lurtho County: 'jfJcf-- = $10. .,
ilof I yet uii'liOS'd of, except by an unheard! that, at tie; present rate tit appropriated 100,000 I cation of 48 hours.Rheumatisms .
L f'rson, middle district To IK- made of the entrance of tint
up money day, ;
cf-iH i i arintriry! : vito of '1i- L.:ialature, "efusinij a a year f for the arming of our fortifications, tlHsCal'eadvbmh vs : I oi Foridt.! and the cale money of all three days. But if it should which have stood so long as to becomea

era! rn'on-y of te!' je, 'tie.i of this Tc/ritory (pHI reprS'a.Tiun ; would not be armed under forty years. f In .sumpsit: by Alia ,xrved $i>0, the residue to be hung up to be run for in w.irdU systematic disorder requires medicine to betaken 1.1-

: :aiiil] u-o rcl'iuin; that -sunj nvij.rity i of Mr. Drayton, be said, had moved the House toouble JOO N N. PARTRIDGE. I "'IlilK'l i.d'fcndaiu twenty live minutco after, by he lJosingIJol'ies of ) remove them this Ointment entirely. But in most common : !

tK /:<, 'n"> n tltruaIi their lleprescntativcs, the right olrci'cftt .! the'; annual sum, but the House had, refused, '-fTC and all persons uccrn-d ire hereby that cl\}. THO. BKO'WX, cases it will by give applying relief. And in externally old aa directed f." .,

thcrteia though that very session they appropriated 800, noiilied that the above :; : r-j mnstranw to suli] a. huli handed and pain have been of longer standing, it will case tl.c-
i" I'onal OOOJ !ls. !for new works. This did not look like by a.aa<-hmcnt, iuniabe! 10 tii<; n-xt ensiling: ;CTOU'o; W ii.LlS & RANDOLPH have pain. ..' ,

li! li';i course. that wise fre.ighit which ought to guide the If' is- term of said County Cuitrt, and that htarc rcquircil D-sociated themselves id the practice of medicine as- To sea captains and masters of vessels this ointment
my f lldin; s co'ild tcac'i me to co-is'ilt closely to and plo.id ucconlinjj to law to the dc'-lani-
more appear ,
lation of a great nalion, aiid tl'er their lrol f issinnal services to the public. Of- must be very valuable in winter on our coast it being
ire I) any itlf .h fonsidcra'ion' I should) ] be ready titan'as filed in the cause. 31'CANTS, att'y. fir Pl'il.IS.lnM. I. fi-e betwojii the Plaittcv'j I lintel nn1)11I"'s.l '2.f very certain in its etfects on Chilblains or affected
1\ arch I : 'q I: parts
to resist the nrmerous aid highly respectable solicitnti9isofiiy arkel.-The of stocks i11.'TICE.On ( with frost it likewise preserved its qualities ia all climates .
ian The Stock prices are ( "It WILLI V31 l-'LAKE( Ins I-catcd him
. !! (IIUnt y men and remain at home ; but I rising like a balloon. Within the last 3 days they '! Tuesday the tht.f! Ap'il l next will ] Due in Tall ihassee, and lenders his service to ,I
.ItJln' having : l' offered for Sale in J\dl ihasscc ihe A large mass of the value of
d i I ; to highest testimony proving thinmost
-i i :1 c aen.y! m :'oritiding forward the 3 10 and 15 the public as a pracutioiur of medicine, and
have some some some
q"cs- surgery
; tin gone up, per bidder, for cash, the tract of land on whic'i' \\ iliiain excellent medicine will be shewn to those ul I.>
> -ad| re jire:cni.ition; daring: the last ss&oinn I of cent. The frightened Hunkses who hid their C. resides it bein the h midwifery. lIe may be found (when not absent on wish iui'ther information
urt Campbell now SO! cast quarter on application to Dr Hus
the C '\\jor' ;I, and ,.-einia small of '.he in dens and holes are coming out and I Pl'otissionall.m"incs.s] at his house on Calhoun stre
of his
ice iiuuiirity peoP'i money of Section 4, Township 1, Range I, south & east. the tiH,residence nf t III. It. \V. Williams.'ltiLlli. 251! tons orlo any authorized agents.
' i .i-. Terri try through a m-tjority of the Le ;. scrambling for the prizes. They have lost the The above tract of land lies 2 and, a half miles Southwest The above medicine sold ;by special appointment of

' 0 tsLita-c for them the times will worse of Tallahassee and there i i-s said ood 1\ .--DR. COMFORT the and warranted .
. rcprcso i.r* tlu m, dispose of it in an uncortCOI.S best times and grow on tract, a D respectfullyinfbrms patentee genuine.E.
.CCJrbj anJ :ttIJ.tl I s'luuld be daily. We told them so. At the end of December framed dwelling house, n water saw mill, and about the ladies and gentlemen of Talllahas- B. 1'UKKINS. DRUGGIST.
.lrr 111.\11.1'1. recreant I to told them that money matters would be 40 acre cleared: fenced and prepared lor: a crop the tee and I its vicinity, that he may now be found at Tallahassee. February g It h 1831, 27ir.TO
fr V1yOWI1 ; we
: reJti'; !\\n :CI1SC of I li ih, t.) my duty to the The title the abovo land is Brown's Hotel, where he will tender them his
comfortable in days and that in six months; year. to unuueslionable professional THE ASTHMATIC AND CONSUAjFitfn \ 1'.:
len t1aJrity of the pu-nlfi 'If t.he Territory, to the nu- sixty : D 1\1'H A EN Y, services in all its various branches, viz :_ II E most prevalent and fatal of all Diseases '

wirou citizens of my own co-uty, and to every prin- money would be more plenty than it ever had been. R. C. ALLEN, Porcelain Teeth, single or in sets, on gold plate, so JL dent to civilized society-the Con3umptiou-*u.c-?
of The first of 1brchViii prove.our first predictiontrue March Zltds. R. W. WILLIAMS closely resembling nature as to avoid deleclicn and ItI. IfI
15 .
justice. w -c I at this time to voluntarily; generally e traced t. the least Alarming oftlictk'r. .
and the first of July the second. Then theyma f in such a manner, as not to give the least possible I
\\1 undraw but
tMrri from a situation where the .ziix: weeks after elatc application will be mad to the a slight neglected cold. By estimation it appeus
question can again ; through Wall street to lend pain-It i is now well established, that Porcelain Teeth
monej thai
be cry honorable the Coiiu'y, ; Court of the County of: one hundred ail l fifty thousand perionictie auuiiu.u-!
met. What: Sir, is the question 7 A large majority I wh )'11 borrow ? and nobody answer them."-N. Leon, for letters of Administration,, on the estate of are decidedly superior to all other artificial teeth, be- Iy of the consumption. Most of these dreadful nnlis I

of the people of this Territory, arc not only r"j j Y. Jour. of Com. Mary McClcnnon, deceased log unalterable by the effect of acids, or any corroding may be attributed to common cold, and a negligent' l'

'3: fLls'd] an en jal share in I the povtrnni-Mit. with a ___ ni.oith. 15, 31G w. RNNETII iM'CLENNON. substance. Being supplied with a choice assortment treatment of the oarrassing cough that generally er.>uc.v

ten minority, but tin mij-mty through their reprcsentaarc !I From the Boston Transcript. weeks alter daie apllIcalinn'tll be nmdo to materials of ,all Dr.cases COMFORT which is may prepares be presented.for the management He- -which is usually foliov/ej by difficult brcathin;, I'::u
ta-cs tniultinjly rcfmsd tlic tight of respectful I Turn-Out at Lowell.-We learn that extraordinary SIX honorable the County Couitof the County oi'' will wait upon ladus at tilt ic residences, and attend m idf.Asthmatic and at last Ulcerated Lungs. Yiolci.t :::>,1
rels'Ue: .. Lowell Leon for letters of administration on the estate of Peter repeated attacks also bring on Consmnj fsymptoina. ,
remonstrance, and t.iuntingly told this i is aright excitement was occasioned at t I Toeali3 in any part of the c-iuntry. One or two dollars
) expended in tUc:
French deceased. T. 1'. BETTON. j-ui-
dangerous exercised in EnjUivJ, only by the wt'ck.) bv an announcement that the wages paid 3IG .JlD.JII.N1S1'RJ11'Oll'S NOTICE. chase off
March 15th 1834 >VFOR
34Je :,'JMc House ot Lords. and tiuVminority: at the sametime in Bomc"of; the departments( would be reduced 15 FOUR \'cl'ks after d.\I applicatlltl1 wilt be made lR. RELFE'S ASTHMATIC FILLS

voting themselves thric udditional represents per cent on the 1st of March. The reductionprincipally SALE. honourable, the county Court for the Couniv and a little attention to their ,
timely will
llS affected the female operatives and they of Leon ibr leave administration
} to sell the
and ] allow the ell built : CUACIl which estate ot Henry usually of
graciously condeiCiidui? to one to A Nexeellcnl \ t'.imily ensure a mitigation these disorders, and -
< held several meetings or caucusses, at which a d. Fills, late of said County dec'd. generally
Jrity. Let this course be followed up, as it will jm. has been in use for a few yars, but is now in March H eftctacurc. The Pills are also an easy and ef
1*! without a determined untilc voting woman presided; who took an active! part perfect repair, with a very foist set HARNESS. (pO"" ) LEMUEL BRUCE. fectual remedy for the symptoms preceedingand accompanying -
action of lilt majority t
notice thatthey
her associates to give the Asthma
get to be in! persuading 6d Q O e and Consumption. For C'Jdro
a State Goverd nicut-What consequcnccill shall quit the mills and to induce them ROWAND'STON Coughs. difficulty of
ffl ]p pair of well matched CARiUAUE HORSES. The Breathing. tightness and btriclu/,.
7 a
the A most odious rottcnboroitgfi system,- make a run" on the Lowell Bank, and the Carriage can be bought, (if preferred,) without th4H2 -: I C i1IXTLJItE. across the chest Wheezing, pain in he side, Spitting

Government will be in the hands of a minority ir- Savings Bank, which they did. Uors/"s. FULL supply of this valuable medicine is just o( blood, Ace. Few cases can occur of any of thf
".lass of disorders
e jpoimb1e to the majority, and this minol'itywill tci i! I On Friday morning the young moman referred QfD3 A. very elegant NEW PIANO, made A received. I shall hereafter. have it constantly on Pills will not find rich which the purchaser Dr., Kdle'it

, majority then as they now do; Why 7 because to was dismissed, by the Agent, from her place in by to .'>-.Ueri c* Uubois, ol New York, remarkable t fur hand iture. a return for ther, trifliqg eipoutJ

U j they have: the laigest, extent of pine barrens and county the mill where she worked, and on leaving the oi-: beauty of appearance, and brilliancy of tone. This IT IS WARRANTED TO DE A SAFE AND EFFECTUAL Price-whole boxes 30 Tills
,. 1 dollar
thephrase selected with care by a first rate UEMKDf FOR FEVER A&UE boxes
JI omdaricfc| they will have the Government in their flee, after receiving a bill of her time. as instrument was mu- ANI> IF TAKES AGREEABLE 12 Pills, 50 cents. ,
0W n Lands calash in t I. as a signal I sician and considered to be unsurpassed in excellence TO THE DIRECTIONS. Reports having been circulated
waved her ,
A %r.|fn us though they do not pay cnouirti tax I torn; I i iS, who watching from the I windows, bv any in New York. For terms apply to that this mixture contains arsenic, I am directed by IJ To the Ladies !=O< .

be support, to meet the uiijcage of their to others, were struck and asscuiibe1w : EDWARD LOCIvERMAN, Esq., the Pioprictor to say that these reports are utterly false White and sound Teeth, are both an ornament and a
re to the when they immediately" l Tallahassee. March 15, 1S34. 313w. -and 1 am also authorised to oiler blcssing. The betlt
scat of Government. My opinion is that of a Rticnrd of 10.- KPCttritv. for their advJlntJl" .t.. .Li.
the Kopc! of middle Florida .'IMnntt.... .___,.., in n_ desnile___._n_ of the! overseers. 000, Dullars to any one who will prove tl1tn existence found in the use of the ----- ------' -'- ,'
that oigtitto be up and doing, increased to nearly eight Piano Fortes Tuned.we of the least
they I ou ht The number soon particle of Arsenic, Mercury, Antimony, BRITISH J1WISEPTIC DENTIFRICE.. .
' to meet the question promptly and de- was formed, and they OF.N'EIV-YORK or other poisinous ingredient in it. This
wrmmcdly hum red.-A procession : 'WQQD lJSJ' any elegant Tooth Powder with a little
to clu-ck an evil now, which if suffered to the amusement of a III order to prevent imposition from counterfeits eredicatps very um
about to the in
1'I town no the
grows must be in Tallahassee on or about the 27th of scurvy gums, and prevent the :;c-
1'J rtvvlutlQII_.ultinuttly be checked by a more \iolcnt mol of idlers and boys, and we are ,sorry to add i .WILL ffrVV'JWP tuning Piano Fortes. : persons except authorised agents will be furnished by cumulation of Tarler which not only blackens but
should I be feeble of Yankee Girls. if we I the ProprIetor with the mixture to sell again. 1 am loosens the teeth. apd
Md elected, I promise my not altogether to the credit I The price for tuning in town will be five dollars. Ap- sole for Middle Florida accelerates their decay. The
zealous services to this end. rightly informed of their pioeeedmgs.Ve made by letter, and left at the Post Rowand agpnt and am assured by M. Dentrifice thus removes the prevailing causes of oHeusmehreath. .
are that
Your mounted I BfficTaddrcssed 'VM.VOOD JR. Tallahassee (except a small lot sold to Mr. Eccles) ,) preserves the healthiness and
leaders pump floridncss
obedient humble told that of the to of
ser'vt. one I
are not a single bottle I has been or will be sold the
3 speechon 1834. 31iv.1NISLttATqft'sN0T1CE.A11persou1s. sent, or by gums, and renders the teeth white. '
March 15th beautifully "
THOS. GREEN. and made a flaming Mary'Voolstoncrof I him, to any person In Middle Florida, except to nie : PriceSO cents. .
of the S
the rights of women and the inquiries I : if 1Tscnic hu bem dsscorcred in any rnj.tur' : ca2le 10 None are genuine unless

The Philadelphia Inquirer says-" Ve learn aristocracy," which ''produced a powerful" 1. having claims against the estate of Henry Murray Rouand'8, it fluul ha ith in sonic oJ'the spurious zntjtalions. printed wrapper, by the 6010 proprietor signed, on T. the KIDDKlt ouU?
brorn Undoubted that Louis McLane Son her auditors, and they determined to are required to present them duly authenticate All persons therefore, who wish ite itnuiu: mlnediatctlucCessorlo the late Dr. 'V. '1'. /
authority osvAy.-
& lowered! his have their own way if they died for it." I within the time prescribed by law, or they will be Tonic Mixture-should bo cautious of whom thcy.purchase ; For sale! at bis Counting Room over No. 99.' tfosrt
resignation to the president as we learn, barred those indebted to the estate are re- it: My Ubel will be i.n bottle sold: Street
Cl'ebry l'State. It The storm, however, has been, as forever ; every by me: near Concert Hall Boston, and ao! by big &

"Ut L. the Secretary only has holds not the yet ,
nt11S. lulled by on 15tf. ,
I that it will be entirely casting I P-1i'u .... ..
; February 24th 181.

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... 4n-1 l'ijl M '. I Ib SEC. 9. Be it further enacted, That in ease any attachment the !4t0 for that cause tW> act be abated dismissed 5 but, MI8C.eLLAN1Pn
[ L 1 ED Y AUTHORITY., iff the of tbir: act, on motion auv _
-- ___' --- shall be levied upon property claimed by any other person than at neat ensuing term after passage be the '- -.. ..,." {' r
the case may ""'
L.rl wS OF TH; TERRITORY OF FLORI D.9. the Defendant in attachment,*such person may at his option repley and leave- of court, may t be amended. or as ot THB EMFKBOK OF 4vn&J4. .' ... *>
with the p.ovisons '
the same interpose a claim in the manner that is or may securily perfected, so that in conformity MEW.-It must be recollected fi uata!-. "

> ,). 740-No. 1. An act to amend "an act to provide for holding be provided iu case of execution : Provided That in neither this act, such action may be prosecuted to final judgment.? when the fngate which M;

an Election for Delegate to Congress from this Territory, Members case shall bond be required of such person in a greater amount SEC. 6. Be it further enacted, That so mu.ch of the Eighth peror of Austria's 14 "..'
of the Legislative Council and II establish County Courts ed, it brought over a .
certain other Officera-pawed than the value of the so claimed. Section of the act passed in 1833, to fami1yof Bra :io
February 13th, 1833. property of County ages, as a present from the Era i -,
to judges
t SEC. 1. Be it Sec. 9. Be it further enacted, That when any property takenin and prescribe their jurisdiction, a* gives dro, to the Emperor Fn PT fOr' -e.
enacted by tfye Governor and Legislative Council cases in chancery, { nets. ...
to over .
p of tho Territory of Florida, That an electionO Membersof attachment shall be replevied by the Defendant or for the De- Courts any authority respect or hereby re chived those foreigners with much hqq r-. '
the are
tho fendant in attachment as authorized in tho Thirteenth sectionof pending in any Superior Court, be and same and conceived for them the "
Legislative Council of this Territory, shall bo held in the '
i several l counties the act to which thin is an amendment, no bond shall be required pealed. ship. He had a pretty little hut bu2t i ..
the First document ftLi.: '
thereof oi
on Monday May, Eighteen of -
Hundred exceeding in amount the value of the property replevied. SEC. 7. Be it further enacted, That no copy any in the midst of a small wood in 'heIf .
and Thirty-Four and a like election shall be held on I this territory
; archives of den] where they
of the offices of public were perfectly
i the SEC. 10. Be it further enacted, That no attachment shall in free J Amt
t, First Monday of" Iay annually thereafter.Sec. I in evidence unless the document itself, fashion!) enclosed with iron rail *
received ,
I issue until the applying for the same, by himself, or by his : shall be \
2. Be it further enacted, That it shall be the duty of party wherein such Emperor passed whole hours
in the in totnN
would be evidence case, their
agent, or attorney shall enter into bond with at least two good if before the Court, -
the Governor the duties thereof for and marvelled
or discharging the ny greatly at their
she time person and sufficcnt securities, payable to the Defendant, in at least copy-is offered ; but then, and in every such case, the copy duly lions. I It was said publicly small .
: being, within three months after any election for Members at Vienna
double the debt demanded condili ned to all costs certified, be received.
or sum pay may Holy Alliance had them hmug
Ii I of
:' the Legislative Council, to in newspaper ht.overtu
proclaim some public the "
and damages the Defendant may sustain in consequence of improperly SEC. 8. Be it further enactod, Tint the act concerning as a model ofthe e reeofcivilizatioh "Ii
: I Tallahassee the who electedin r ,to
printed at ,
in each election di ..hict.persons are duly suing out said attachment : Provided, nevertheless, public archives, passei1 February 9th 1832, be, and the samo Prince Mellernich wished lo carry the ei ?

county or that the "bond taken in case of attachment, shall not on accountof is hereby repealed.] lion of Europe. I cannot vouch for the St
, SEC. 3. Be ii further enacted, That: if, after an election for That in actions of ejectment, of this, not being in his
any informality in the same, be adjudged void, ns against! SEC. 9. Be it further enacu.Q, confidence but ir
a, : Members of the Legislative Council, a vacancy shall occur in of the Pla..itV Defendant rests on ccruiii that a (hunilytPf HungnrunadvtntaJI
t obligors, nor shall they be discharged therefrom, although the where the title either or
tI'I any county or election district by death or resignation of the } attachment be dissolved by reason thereof. Spanish Law, as it existed in Florida before the transfer to the I took a t fancy lo play !he B.i5hmen. They ?

'r, member or members elect, or trom any other cause, then the 1 PASSED, Feb. 14th 1S34.-APPROVEP, Feb. 15th 1834. United States, that title if it \\ould have been good and sufficient denc! their bodies'and
I Judge of the if there be than and run sticks through them like their
county court, or more one county before( such transfer, shall be adjudged in the several courts > per,

I lp therein the election district, tho several Judges ol the county courts of law in this Territory to be a legal and valid title, though if it.. types.usual dress]The:: ,fither made: who an exll retained. h lion howl nl'' his .
or in his or their t b+ence, the clerk or clerks there on
:: giving Ten day public notice, shall cause a new election to be Chap. 742: -,.,0.- SAn act to amend an act concerning Executions." had originated at common law, it would be deemed merelyequitable. and daughters !ina note ofnudi it,Ent ? =

SEC. 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Coun red, for( so much money. Spoken to tai Gasman
. held to fill such vacancy ; said election to be conducted in all cit of tho Territory of Florida, That all executions from the SEC. 10. Be it further enacted. That depositions taken and they answered in the Bushman t.-

. respects agreeably to the rules and regulations prescribed for exhibited in former actions of be received in A live cat waiven: to them which the '
Superior or County Courts of this Territory, shall be made returnable : ejectment may
the regular election of members of the Council in with admirable
; Legislative land and ihu strangled: dexterity, and"family l
at the next succeeding term of the Court from which evidence in subsequent actions, where the same
j the act to which this is an amendment. And in all cases of vacancy I devoured it pertectly raw. T0
the same issued : Provided] There be a longer time than One same title are in controversy, and where the parties or their/
them make
in the | the
office Of county clp.rk.ebuilrcoron, or county repast charge was Wi
I any Hundred and Twenty days between the dato of said execution privies actually in interest arc the sam', though the actions owing Lie. I do not know how (
otherwise information i
occasioned by dcath.resignation or i many mcalatj-
l purveyor upon and the of the Court whence it issued to their fictitious structure may be entitled differently ofj ]
term but
next succeding ; ![ had in a lay, after having collected
in which :a
: t being given to the Judge of the county court, } rhos
but if there be not, said execution shall be returned within One record] t Provided, always, i'hat such depositions shall be received j Sand florins, Wiener Waning,they decamp
jt t, such vacancy may occur, ho shall on giving ten days public Hundred and Twenty days after the issuing thereof. in ejectment, only where at common law, they would be !t and informed; tl.e gnod people of Vvimna offt&,

, notice thereof, cause a new election to bo held to fill such vacancy SEC. 2. Be it further enacted, That in all cases where an received in a subsequent action between the same parties. I .trick they had 1 ph-yed liienu-[Mcjut'i P.

; said election to be conducted in all respects agreeably execution shall issue illegally, and the person against whom such SEC 11. Bu it (further enacted, That the clerk of each and: STATES, 2D EDIT.
I ,t to the rules and for the election
regulations prescribed regular
execution j is directed] his agent or attorney shill mr.ke oath there- every Superior Court in this Territory, shill place oa the tri.I) -
of officer in the which this i.s i amendment
I act to an :
county The Baltimore Visiter
of; and shall state in the affidavit the cause of such illegality, docket for any term, only such causes as are at issue, for Jury : improves ; here:s
: and any person so elected, shall bo commissioned for the remainder some of his best things. :-
'I tho Marshal Sheriff or other officer, shall return the same to trial at least sixteen days before the commencement of the term
: of the term for which his immediate predecessor was NOT so BAD.-A gentleman in the
elected. the next term of the Court from which the same issued and the for \vhi,:h the docket is prepared, and the causes upon such docket who was not very apt to boast of his rO'Ittrr iI :. ,

SEC. 4. Be it further enacted, That all white male inhabitants Court shall determine thereon at such time ; Provided, That I shall be assigned for days, and until the Judge of the Court "!judgment, sent the following: note to ain ft

.' the party making the affidavit, be required to state wh-.tier any shall direct a different number, Eight for each day, till all the town.
citizens of tho United States, above the of Twenty-One
t who have resided in this Territory age for Three months, (part of said execution be due, & where the party so making the ; causes upon the docket are thus assigned ; but no cause shall "Dear Sir.-With the bearer I send Inftlaughter'a

years affidavit] shall admit a part of the execution to be legally due, I be set down] for each day or days of the term as may have been piano forte, which you will he KjJ
i' the election And all white male inhabitants
immediately preceding : the amount so acknowledged shall be p.iid: before the affidavit] ; previously designated "y the court for hearing questions of law. enough to have tinted by the! h.- r tuner laB-J,
.f this Territory above the of T venty-One timore. When Is
t age i i.s received : And provided] also: That the person claiming the : cases in chancery, or for the trial of criminal mutters, and such it compiett-Iy tuned,reqUf'S: '!
who were inhabitants of the same, at its cession to the United the man to SLACKEN the tine Ririii s sot6a
benefit of this section shall execute to the Marshal, Sheriff, or trial docket, with the assignment and distribution] of the causes while
l' States Eighteen Hundred and Twenty-One, and who haveresided they may not snap tIC: Itstruenenti9rC
ccd- other officer levying said oxe+'ution. a bond with sufficient security thereon, shall be made and completed? full fourteen days before its back."
in this Territory for Three months immediately pre way
in at Iea>t double the amount of said execution, or that the commencement of the term. We have also\ heard of a good oM l "entIe
ing the election, shall be entitled to vote at place or precinct
r within this Territory for Delegate to Congress any ; and all such1er'ons part thereof suspended] ] by the affidavit. SEC. 12. Be it further enacted. That the causes thus assigned man, who, having no use:: for) a prno Ibrti

TerriI SEC. :3. Bo it further enacted, That if the affidavit illegality l for days, shall be called and disposed of by trial, judgment that remained in his house greased: :an{
District of this
I i v\ho have resided in election -
any shall be set aside, execution may issue against the party; making the dismissal, or continuance, in the order and succession in which slackened the strings, and st.iwe.'i! the in tu-
for three months the election
tory immediately preceding ment in the fo jfe
I same and against his securities on the bond.] they stand upon the docket and not otherwise ; and no cause away CELLAR keeping
, be entitled vote at place or precinct therein for a. member
t any SEC. 4. Be it further enacted, That the working tool of sh.ill l be taken up for trial before the day for which it :s assigned I f
: or members, as the case may be, to the Legislative Council : So.METftlNG TO BOOT."e >.lWt set>r)
I :. And all such persons who have resided in any county in this Mechanics, be and they arc hereby exempted from all executions and set do-"n for trial, though it may afterwards in its order] pair of legs in B.JI! ,lvfC street a few dIJI:

. '\ Territory for Three months immediately preceding the election, whatever. when it could not be reached on its proper day] of assignmentSEC. since, grnced hy a pair of hign boots\vitht|

h ehall be entitled to vote at place or precinct therein, for SEC. 5. Be it further enacted, That the Fifth and Eighth 13. Be it further enacted], That the Judge of the sever gels on them. Wonder wIgetherthe boots rte:

4 any the Sections of the act to which this i i.s an amendment] and all !laws al Superior Courts in their respective districts, or m convention buck or caf-t{ >\iin.Hoio .
4 J county officers : Provided, That no officer or soldier of
: United Slalcs' inconsistent with the provisions of this act, be and the same arc at the Court flf Appeals, are empowered, and it hall b-: their
i Stales' Army, or Officer, or Sailor of the United !
hereby repealed. duty from limn to lime, to make and all such rules and to set the streets on fire.-Hire a '
:Navy, shall be entitled to vote at any election in this Territory
Sec. 6. Be it further enacted That when execution has orders either be I t span of horses-harness taem to a sleighaoi
oft' any general or special:! as may necessary to bring
; 5. Be it further enacted, That all laws and parts l drive the baretones the rate ,f
been issued and, ] returned not satisfied], or only satisfied{ in part, causes to i issue in due time for tho trial docket. I over at ( In
lasts, militating against the true intent and meaning of this act, I miles an hour. This is yciept sleighing,
the interested in said shall be SEO14.. Be it further That witness shall be 'J
and party execution empowered to renew ; no .
le the same are hereby repealed. f meaning slaying of horses.I
t', PASSED 1834.-\PPROVED the same as often as the said return shall be made.] summoned to appear at court bet oro the day for which the cause .
February 6th Feb. lllh 1834.
t SEC. 7. Be it further enacted, That whenever any person wherein he is called to testily, is set down for trial, acd the same I DOLOROUS."! say, bnooks: -whatareyos

garnisheed as is provided for by the Seventeenth Section of the rule shall apply in criminal cases, which fey i previous order of the running after ?"

" t act to which this is an amendment, shall deny or l fail to answerin Judge, hall be assigned for some particular day or days, andno [.I Wny: my de it sir, I habt valnlypof'
t 741 No. 2. An net to amend "an act the mode oft "
Ohap. regulating suing the gliott of dollar these three: hours.
accordance with the provisions of the said section, it shall be person shall be required to attend as a witness:: : in any such: a
: proceeding: on Attachments here
'" SEC. 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Council lawful for thQ Plaintiff in execution to traverse the said denial case, before the day assigned tor its tri.il. Fudge" the 3ub.slallct-I'I: lend

of Florida the First or answer ; which issue so made up, shall forthwith be submit SEC. 15. Be it further enacted, That the Twelfth, Thirteenth. you."T innk
of the That
; Territory Second, Third, you-I presume it will be quite ca'|
i, Fourth, Fifth, and Seventh Sections of the act to which this is ted to a jury for their decision, and if the jury find for the Plaintiff Fourteenth, and Fifteenth Sections of this act shall not oe Heed t f ,1:: enlll \vixen I return it?"

an amendment, be and the same are hereby repealed.SEC. judgment shall be entered thereon as in other cases subject to apply to, or be in force as to any term of any Superior Court

.; 2. Be it further enacted, That it shall be lawful for any to a stay of Sixty days. of this Territory to be commenced before the Second Monday D-'iuer ovt.-The fMiowing expressive Una

\ I; Clerk of the Superior or County Courts of this Territory, or i SEC. 8. Be it further enacted, That when an execution issuing of Aprial next, or in the Southron Judicial District before the were" cisilkeJ on tie: doggrof an empty starry!

;1v; ., for any Justice of the Peace to grant Writs of Attachment, each from a Superior or County Court shall be levied within thir- next ensuing autumnal term of the Superior Court therein. S.'iut up on account of the removal of t the

W }! for 4* returnable only to his own particular court, directed as the ty days and when an execution issuing from a Justice's Court SEC. 16. Be it further enacted, That in criminal prosecutionsthe deposites"MID.VIGIIT.

be the Marshal Sheriff Constable shall be levied within Fifteen days] of the return day, tun Mar- Defendant hall of right be entitled to a certain number of
!j 'I 4 case may to or other proper When the uifnunale Dub
' t officer him to attach & take into much shal, Sheriff, or other officer charged with the execution, shall peremptory challenges, to wit : in all cases of misdemua lor
commanding custody so d'Engliein! was awakened in Ins cell at ,an-
4 I of the lands, tenements, goods and chattels, of the party against return tho same and take out a Venditioni E.vponas, and pro peremptorily to challenge and exclude Four Jurors, in all cases cennes, to l he led to the Nice of execution,he

t:i Tvhose property the writ is issued, as win be sufficient to satisfythe : ceed thereon according to the provisions of this art. I of forgery! perjury and subornation of perjury, and in all cases ] asked the officer who brought the order,

debt or sum demanded, with costs by tho Plaintiff in Attach- SEC. 9. Be it further enacted, That all sales to be made by of felony, whether capital or not peremptorily: to challenge, and \1-II:1t dt>you want ?'- Tin'rtErer nuJew

,?i, gent.m Marshals, or Sheriffs, of any property taken under] execution exclude Twenty urors ; but on the part of the prosecution, no answer. .' \Vh-it o'clock i is it ?" .Miilniguif

' .: SEC. 3. Be it further enacted, That such writ shall in no shall be made in front of the courthouse, and on the First Saturday peremptory challenge shall be allowed in any case. I 1 .answered* the" officer, with a t I'dteringvoice-

"\ be issued unless the for the his of each month, to commence between the !iio.ir.s of Ten SEC. 17. Be it further enacted, That in all criminal pro'e-I j I Midutglit; exclaimed the. prime; "oh! I II .
tca.se i party applying same, or know what is &
Ity shall first make oath in that the and Two in the day, and continue from day to day till! completed : cution.the; Defendant shall have a right to a trial at the term |i brings you here ; this hur
1I1I I agent or attorney writing, amount ,, tal to me-it was at mKlnig'it: that I was taken
Provided, nevertheless, That sale be made other wherein the indictment him i is found unless and] I
:r' of the debt or sum demanded, is actually due, and also, that the any may on any against good from my house at Eitenheim-:midnight!
..I;, ; party from whom it is'due, is actually removing out of the Ter- day with the consent of the Defendant by giving; ten days] sufficient cause for a continuance be shown by ihu: public prose- i the dungeon at istr sburg; was opened for

; ';ii' t: notice thereof, to the Plaintiff in execution.SEC. cutor, nnd no costs shall be taxed against the Defendant in case me-at midnight again I was taken out to be

con-ii! i; 10. Be it further enacted, That when a Con-table shall of final conviction, for any term from which a continuance was brought here-it w now midiiighr: and I hart

',. .j served upon him, or is removing his property beyond the !limits' levy on lands or slaves, his< shall be required to give the same had at the tn-tanco of the prosecution.SEC. lived lung enough, to know how to die."

. of the Territory, or secreting, or fraudulently disposing of the notice and sell at the same place as is required Marshals: and 18. Be it further enacted, That in any action of a covenant NTM NjSclings

! f! for the of ] the of his debts. Sheriff now pending, or that may hereafter be instituted i \ any ofthe AND THE FOOTP..1D.-CMporal
: same avoiding
. purpose payment just h' his cash: (when he gets ) like I,
PASSED, Feb. 14th 1834.-APPROVED, Feb. 15th 1SIH.Chip. I Court oflhi Territory non tt Jaclum be pleaded any
! t SEC. 4. Bo it further nactnd, That when any executor or : may: I paragraphic; to a shocking ncciiler.i; ," err

i f r1 :i administrator resides or has removed beyond the limits of this without verification by oath, and under su *h plea, any special idefnce | broker to hi;; "premium." TL-e other day,

i 1 Territory, and there are assets of the testator or intcstatco in ( duo notice thereof in writing being first given to they j while travelling frfllll B.stn to Lowell, heW

,q.:. this Territory, it may! be lawful for any person having a debt or : 743-No. 4. An act in addition tothe se\'crn13cl, now in force, opposite party, may be exhibited] at 'the trial ; but such pl-.-a not =1'5 stopped br a footpad: Woo demanded, : iimoney

p pro ,I j demand against the estate of the deceased, to take out an.attachment regulating Judicial proceedings.SEC. "eritied by oath, except where filed by an executor or administrator in the politest terms iniagii .ii'le.
I + Be it enacted] the (Governor and Council My dear sir,' quoth theCorpmal.Sou81: \*
i i against such assets, upon making oath in writing, that the 1. by Legislative shall not make it necessary for the Phiniiff to prove the i dont

;:. .: 'above debt or sum demanded is actually due, and that the executor of the Territory of Florida, That npo.. allY judgment against execution of the instrument in writing, upon which his action it- barking know me up, I the wrong'" ::pping. You
an executor, or administrator, de bonis testatoris, or of assets founded. presume.
r 'J, or administrator, as tho case may be, resides or has re.Ilk 4 I have not the honor."
f ,ij moved beyond the limits of this Territory : Provided, That no Quando acciderint, which has been, or may hereafter be rendered SEC. 19. Be it further enacted, That any general assignment 4 Well then, I am a printer'

''Ilk -attachment shall issue if the said executor administrator shall the party Plaintifl'may have execution without scire facial, of property, by any debtor or debtors in this Territory in insolvent The footpad was off D-d dry pick

l ; I have any legally authorized and publicly known agent in the and it assets whether real or personal: can be found, levy upon or failing: circumstances, to be held in trust or otherwise, ing there, I know !'Lowell Tune
' ; Territory, service of any summons upon whom shall be as: good them, and collect his judgment as in other cases. for and giving a preference Jo any particular creditor or to any

! and valid as if it had been served upon the of the said : SEC. 2. Be it further enacted, That in replevin for the tor- particular creditors, or to any class of creditors] over other creditors CURIOUS CASE.-In a Brussels paper it <

i executor or administrator. person tiously taking the goods or personal chattels of another, the ] or which does not provide that all creditors being such at stated that a man reported himself to the police

Plaintiff at the institution of this action therefor, shall give bond the date of the shall bo shall be adjudged as Having stolen a set of gold car ring1
( SEC. 5. Be it further enacted, That the Courts respectively assignment, paid pro rata, "from the lady of his love," and demanded: U
-to which such attachments are returnable, shall be elways I by himself or by his authorized agent or attorney, to be filed' in and the same is hereby declared to bo absolutely void] committal to prison. After summoning*

for the purpose of hearing and deciding motions for dissolvingSuch open the clerks office, from which the writ i is issued, with at least two and fraudulent in law. lady, her testimony gave the lie to his representation

attachments, and in any such case, upon oath, made and I I sufficient surities in double the amount of the alledged] value of SEC. 20. Be it further enacted, That in every such assign- and alledged that it was only Pbs;

? tendered to the Court, that the allegations in tho Plaintiff's affidavit the property to be reple'-icd, payable to the adverse; party, con- ment, made in trust for the benefit of creditors generally, and] of her lover to prevent the per:brmance orb.

are untrue, either as to the debt or sum demanded, or as ditioned to be void, if the Plaintiff shall prosecute his said action for the payment of the debts respectively due to them pro rata, promise to marry her; preferring confinement king *

to the special cause assigned whatever it may be for grantingthe to effect, or on allure thereof, pay all costs and damages the trustee; or trustees named in the instrument of assignment within united the loathsome to walls of a prison; to

attachment, then in every such case, it shall be the duty of which shall accrue to the Defendant by reason of sad action, shall be inhabitants and residents of this Territory, or the pro- a lovely woman.

the Court to bear evidence tnon the issue so presented, and if, and return the property replevied, if a return thereof shall be perty assigned shaH!! in no case vest in such trustee or trustees, FANATICISM.-The infatuated followers;f

in the opinion of the court, the allegations in the Plaintiff's affi adjudged.SEC. and where property is assigned: : : for the benefit of creditors generally the Hev. Edward Irving in London, and

,davit'are not sustained and proved to be true, the said attachment 3. Be it further enacted, That after the service of the any attempt to remove the same beyond the limits of this believers in his unknown tongue are mati n$

'' shall be dissolved : Provided, That if the party Defendant writ arid the replevy of the property therein commanded, all the Territory, or conceal it from the process of Jaw, shall subjectit great progress, both in the cause and LhebDo'

shall demand the same, a jury shall be enipannelled to try subsequent proceedings, including; the filing the declaration and to attachment, to be granted upon the same terms sand 1 conditions I guage. ( n several recent occasions, \1e1!

bo i issue joined, as aforesaid. other appropriate pleadings up to final judgment, shall he subjecto as in other cases, to any creditor, of such insolvent or have cariiCd their devotions to pitch. bordering '

SEC. 6. Be it further enacted, That in all cases of attach- the general rules and regulations provided] by the laws of this failing debtor. on insanity. Proficients i iii the miknpwa wnica?

ment now pending before the Courts of this Territory, motions Territory for the government of judicialproceedings] but the SEC. 21. Be it further enacted, That no rule of Court, sta- (they parlance give increase out, is said, and to put the the gibberish dialect of Ba'

may bo made arid shall be heard and decided, for dissolving the Defendant, at any time before plea or avowry, may, on motionbe tute or other law in this Territory shall be deemed to allow any bel and Billingsgate entirely in the shade.-

same, in the manner directed in the last preceding Section of allowed to show to tho court to which tho writ is returned or motion, rule, order, action, attachment, amerciameut, executionor When we sefl Irvingism spreading, Eurojfft I

ibis act, but on the trial of any such motion, the evidence shall returnable that he has right to possess tho property replevied, other proceeding against any Deputy l Marshal, or Deputy and Morntonism in America, we are :.
on which a return at the discretion of the court, be adjudged Sheriff Clerk in his how such delusions rare .
be confined strictly and exclusively to the state of facts nlledg- may or Deputy Territory for the nonpaymentof tempted to inquire :

..d in tho Plaintiff's affidavit as they existed at the time of issuing :: ; but no return, either on motion or final judgment in the monies collected or received by such Deputies, or for other tolerated in countries belonging to Chrr'

the attachment. case, shall be adjudged, unless the Defendant have proved his neglect or non-feasance, at the instduce of any person, other dom.-Phil. Gaz.

SEC. 7. Be it further_ enacted, That when any suit shall here- I right to said property and to a return thereof. than the Marshal, Sheriff, or Clerk, trom whom such Deputy

After be commenced by attachment and the same on motion be SEC. 4. Be it further enacted, That if the security filed by derives his authority, his executors or administrators, and all The remains of the late William JVirt *

dissolved before plea to the action, then in every such case the the Plaintiff in replevin, as directed .in the Second Section of such proceedings shall be void and of no effect ; but the parties were idence on in Thursday last conveyed Avenue JJ from ashland his re '

this act, shall be deemed insufficient t, tho court, on motion.may a< rieved by such non-payment, neglect non-feasance of such Pennsylvania ,
suit shall'abate and be dismissed.from Court, but if such motion ; or interred. m the eastern burial grout nd! .
is made after the party Defendant has appeared and plead at any time during the pendency of the suit at its discretion, Deputy may have an action or other proceeding therefor against the District of Columbia, among other !pob1i!,

to the action, the attachmentonl shall be dissolved, and the and on terms, ordct further and sufficient security to be filed. the Marshal, Sheriff, or Clerk aforesaid, the same, as if the worthies. The funeral procession come"'

Plaintiff instill proceed in said suit and prosecute hIS debt or SEC. 5. Be it further enacted, That all actions of replevin same was by and on the part of said Marshal, Sheriff or Clerk Bed i*horlly} before 3 o'clock P. M., and W

may final hut if the suit; be already pending and now pending in the several courts of this Territory, shall be personaUy. worthy gentleman of his known Grip Cd1.
demand judgment
to dissolved 'at stage of the proceedings the subject to the several provisions, rules, and regulations directedand SEC. 22, Be it further enacted That every deputation ol( patriotism public-services. Not only wets(
be any
the attachment be dismissed : Provided The motion prescribed in this act, and where they have been instituted any Marshal. Sheriff, or Clerk shall be recorded in the Clerks the federal judges and the principal barns
and ,
suit dissolve itself( shall such abate attachment be made at or before the first term in the manner herein provided< may, and shall be prosecuted in office of the Court of which he is an officer within ten days ,of Congress the country-both present houses, of but which many had melD adjoUTPJ-.'
Co conformity \yjththi act to final judgment and where such after the shall be made. sod
; any same .
of the Court when the suit is pending after the oaasago "of this ed on the occ-'lSioo-with the President .. =
action now pending, has been commenced in a different manner, PASSED, Feb. 15th 1834.-APPROVED, Feb. I5ih 1834 i heads of the executive gov ,
act .,. romeolat'


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