The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: January 17, 1835
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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,authorised to announce Cot ---r---- wJ-- tiIN.iZif -

J T1os. M. WHITE, as a Candidate tott -'

the Territory of Florida, in the 24th THE vw ROESWR-SAl:

,, I Iauthoritcd BAA "AC8E8.of, first 'and second quality ,
of the United States. U' "UPL'ANDS in Gadsden County, five

Colonel-JAMSS nnto from Quincy, and thirteen NEGROES
Joe to announce e differentfexes -
the and ages-Apply to the subscriber the
tor 1TCWSDEN,a candidate to repiesent .tel"jFloridain on
"lit tht 'hCongress of the United3w' _. premises. DAVID L. WHITE,
7th I P33. 5.uthorUed1 j "LAISSEZ FAIRE." I .. Jan. 10.. 22-2
'a'flt jIt1 NOUS :1 -- ,
__L____ r ,, .r I- '
1 tL't :._-; : announce Maj.WILLIAM m -1 : ___ --. ;;- "NOTICE.. ] i.i'Ltpersons --1

' aT :are A fa candidate to represent the tern.idaznthe 'Wm. W1lILI'I< '.1n &lEJ1l1b Q1 g'm'\t U A inde ted to the Estate of JAMES j '
the UN)1fR T
'U tI1.t 24th Congress of the United .J -h- ._ : 'IJ'ti tijc J3k HARLEY. deed. Will come nnd make,par-
37th 1833. SOtf -- mellt4o. PAUL HARLEY.
-111I July -
Cotton Lines 4- Jan. '
S 10 82-tf
'fltre1IJc. IX weeks
after date, application will ho
'n._ fr..LL uthoriscd as a to candiilate announce to represent the B Line Cord S. Cotton, Leading Seine! TWlOe-on Lines, Super ne Cotton Jefferson K': the Hon. the County Court for the County of NOTICE. :

aftd"iU I I' in the 24tb "ongrrss of the Uni- for sale 1 by the lot Consignment' 1 for Letters of Administration on the Estate ,
Florida, Manufacturers
at of
GRAN person having claIm
1 of 1833 5tf Jan. prices, by DISON GLOTKR, deceased. ALL against the estate of
3d35. ((21-3w GEO. TIlItY' H*STER late of G.tdsdtn
ere.ulne. LAN1AN. _ \% \. p. CRAIG: County are
tcJ.JA1IES 1\1. SCOTT I 20 Dollais Reward. Jan. 3d. 1835. [I21-6w he raby notified to pescnt then to J'ME1.. GILcnRisTmydulyaurhori -

'S. ""dRge'il, properly authenti- -

. ,. 4TTORXEY AT LAW. STOLEN on lhcunig t Of Dec- 25th, from the re- Executor's Notice. 'ted-And persons indebted to the estate, are r!-

G located himself Monticello, Jefferson 1I)1. e subscriber, near Tallahassee frm- ALL persons indebted to the Estate of Dr.G. H. cue ted to make lll.nedate: payment as indul:enc* .
tenders his tvhoccupied by Maj. Adair,a late Fcather-Bed and deed cannot be given. VNEHE6TKR, AdnVx.
HxvnCo.. Florida, professional: scrtte are hereby notified and required
'Y the .eLi- ,and! several articles of Wearing to make immediate 2d January 1 H35 [f2i-8w.1
of Territory Ii1iprCWC ApplreI.T to tM
generally. payment undersigned
Citizens Dollars will l be given for the detection nil WA____ L__?__ : -
: in the Courts of the Counties Leon, l.1f., and Ten Dollars of the _ _ 'I I'Luu3 lnlng armanai against the same estate Gadetden County Court m
a.nd Gadsden, and the Court, of Thomas '. for the recovery of the pro- will present them, duly authentiea)ed. 101Dl R. CUAPMAK ) .

J Jci't'nnds Georrria. He olso tcn.Iei his services pert DC.2Cth} :834. 21.3wEXECUTIVE T' HARLOCK.. r- ROMIO LEWIS,Exor. of Eat. of Dr. G. H.\nia. I .. T.'J.ruary Tmll 1835. l.t JHE j .
Tallahassee ,
ec. &in'genra", ns a .c1Lector1 and p1cdes him.11JtOp1EtualitY U.VEQU.'l.1LEDFREXCHJ Jan. 1 21-if Joan R. HARDCROYK. ) ,
and attCP' or.. C..cen! Man'Cll -
OFFICE, HOBBY Just Received defendant and all other persons interested,

n. Ie. ((19f TALLAHASSEE, JA.V. 1st, 1S35. s.c. By the subscriber a general assortraont of Boob .QU notice that thislSuit has been comDeDee4' -

r. To the Martlial of the Middle: District of Flori- Baltimore Managerie and StatIonary-The London and American tttornbJ ATTACHMENT, issued from the Cur.and t
to the T
ler.0 i iriitvHITE.TIURACTItE da, and to all Officers, Civil and Military, I Annuals for 1835-Music for the Phno Forte, Flute' nqdrrfto and rn above spocified.the Thoy are 'i
AND plead to declaration
- and Violin : filed
LAW in the Courts of Mij- within the Territory of Florida. !I and Piano-Guitar and Violin Strings-Flute Violin ifl wid R. ri. M. DAVIDSON. 4
and the Court l1THE1tbAS, WILSON LUMPKIN! Governor incus.THIS Forte Instructors-Metal lined Cocoa and Tan. tcl..11J
Jackson County Aty. PI\intiff.
>lcrioriil3, Boxwood Flutes
and Y 'if of the State of Georgia, has represented toIle -Georgia and Carolina Almanacks _
')flSI. j-OFFICE'altahassee.. that Dennis HIS for 1325, &c. %*>. WAI. WILSON. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
jIptS Adams lately of said Stale, has been splendid cswblUhmem! is worthy of particular -
'IVwitt 'J y .iSil.: [49.ll.] chtu-gcd by the Grand Jury of that Stale ,with havin.r atu-ntion to the learned and curious. Jan. 3 2t.tf I ALL pawons having demands against tha late ;

; committal an assault on James D. Tho1mas. with 'The proprietors mst respectfully inform the citizens NO'1 ICE. K-l l\funll1d: of Oadsdeh county are ,
I jlUES it.corSELLOR DER''HELOT. iulent to kill; and that the said Adams being fugitive of Talhhassr-fc and its vicinity in general, that -Durinsr my absence hereby notified to render them inproperly authentica

I 'f AND ATTORNEY AT LAW,) ; frOtfljtl.iC4'js now within the limits of Jefferson their Company will arrive at this place on Saturday from the Territory, Col. A. MURAT will act a.s my ted within the time directed by U w to b

..; e the Court of pptalsT County in said,Territory of Florida: Now be it the 17th day of January I35, and reintin for a few a orney. c. D. JACMINOT. JNO. CAftNOCHAN, A m'r.

IrtTlLLlirftc'.iccin ll I ISU"It'rwr Courts of Leon, Gadsdcn, jind Jack- Known that I, JHN [1. EATON, Governor of Florida days only.' The proprietors feel ereit :oifidencd in _Jan. 3 21-if Of Henry MMlibarndcc'd

,J iJeTtrruo.-y of Florida ; and: in the Superior do hereby and by these presents require and saying that they have the most extensivi and choice 4II For Sale. Jan. 8th, 1834. (fltf.)

p 1 ronID & Dccnnv counties, of the South o.mllt\lltl.: yuit ind all officers, Civil and Military, collection Qt Wild! Animals ever exiibite! ( in this coun- Valuable
Thomas! For Sale]
I CrLs'f circuiT of the Stacof lie JrglJ.. Rti.der.vc within said Teiritory, to arrest and detain him without try. Theyjhavesiaired: | HO pains nor expeiscs in fitting I have for sale a fimt"HoRu-rides. well, and Negroes 4

f' e.11JU. ,1'111 :ovcmber23J1'33.' i StiADtL1S bail or :marjirisc, within some common jil or up their establishment, ar.d pledge themselves, that it isg"ntle m harness. J TAYLOR. A.oBL PRIME ganff of 25 NEGROES are offered for

1 1'I V ,j 2a&isu.: ._.__ '_' V-c ''I.ltILI.1ml1 a-cr to the civil authority of the State shall be conducted in a rcspectable andorderly manner Tallahassee Dec. 29. 1S34.J.4wJOSEPH ( sale, who arc well acquainted with the euiture of

?1 J cJ. 4 f Georgia;. aol you arc commanded on making said and every exertion used to render it worthy LADS) Cot'.cn and Sugar Cane. If not sold at private ale,
. : i 0 II erroit to in the public will he offered
" "d. .. pkiccium custody of Samuel Bras- patrt'nagc.The they at public Auction, at Tallahassee,
(JTro P..'.;.r I S1T L.11".,) v s 1 1. a jent.- Juy commissioned thereto by the Govcinor JUanrgeric consuls of the Jollwiig .Inimals. HAS just received from New Orleans a.ul New to the highest bidder osit>e 7th day February next

r : : h'n (1.uiy! to Allpl\chi,1'1 I I ,1 Bay.I of tilt Stite; of Geortya, and this shall be your The Male ELEPHANT a general a$8ortmcnlor GOODS usually [the first Saturday of seld: Month.J]
1'tj'l'.l! :'.1f; tt'.I. th Court lkcJ ..t ttcII . Africa.
,U'fl l'IJ hrlI": '.: '.; ml.:1 ne :11111\t tcrm01eCoti1 Said DClinisd ims is about twenty five years of The performance of thisanimal can- Best or N York and N Orlearu Flour; Wyatt, are re fere*1 to fr furt'.rr! particulars.

4V II \ a of ApIC.dS 1 ..IT ,.,.\11\1: h:, C'. 1CtLCLS ac- a:::c- "f ilowti *ai appearance, fair complexion and of not be surpast, equalled. Goshen Butter, Wosicra Ilanis I The NEGROEI will positively bd solJ, as the pur-

'JlQIIJ1.1'c.i.1;: T'.;;'., ,\ I!; b. aanJIJ Lu.Vctry7'hi ; ;lat'v! robus'-! orniauJ aboil' live feet eight or nine The M tie CAMEL, from Snyrna,-the Mess and Pork ; ?uil of the owner arc entirely different from planting;
.f : 1..',.. r..t.' ,.I indiehirii.. I largest eve' IP America. prime aad he has an aversion to own that kind of property.
4 -_ ._ .4.. Gin u.\d"! my hand and 1 the Seal of the The Asiatic Eastern Potatoes, Onion* nnd CJieosc; JNO. CARNOCHAN.

-Ti.Th :). ,4 i+ +: Otke at the Capital: this I 1st day of Jan- ". i LION PIZ'RRJ-the lar- Speim Candles, family IJoef inhulfbbl! L!; Jan. 111.11, J=-t. ((22ids )
crsl CVT :.iWii ,
.i At -- -- -
'J1.I. IAMLtNrTOR.EI V. SNL.1LLt uav' lM JOHN<;. II. EATON, Gov. Flo.Hy day, IIP.- Ue-.rer will enfr tU'COtLltry.wih the Lion 2o'clock.d wanton each Niter Hall Powdt-i; To rvent.
,. .IT !.Hr. .1/ iI..iC.IJC'I.l. the! Govcnor, ly and fearir
r; (LK.VAc of A female LEOPARD-one (f tha most Imperial Tea by the box THAT ns the lands nf ths !
wrc;!: : .1 t t.. ;, \: !:tl. "u',!'.'.J '. 1 iii.i \ I I irt4us. ;: Se'cy EloHl' ; ate Wiloby White-
C ::m)r'U:11111' : : .\. n ,. 1-I 1tf I co II. 3 ?t-1J beautiful auisaah of the cftt Spf-ci'-s! ,--n-w 11 years Brown Don&o.stica by the bale; hu.-st, having on the premises about fifty or sixty acres ,

F.j,?,..,.-I,,) : \,1. i .UhE-'.. dJ'1'- o d. All kinds; Cut Nails und Brads; of open bik.: Ar ter.nt,-apply to George Johnsotf! i
,. NO T [-C E A full grown spotted TIGER.A or.J. F. C. II,1 rfc Y T.i'laliassee: or to the subscriber.
Jr 30.
con E.cpro:
_ _ {V 1 1. ncrsonslvxvJM'* claims against;! the FstJite of Male Kangaroo from New Hillr.nd Hollow Waro ; N. Orleans Hum; I SAltAIIYl1ITEHURST, Adm tx. It.
:SL f'Miii'vav WIL OV, lute oV Gads! Jen County, Pc'ieh, Apple and 'ogn-ic Brandy; Jan 9'h, lSr.4. [22if.}
line of the mos; Siir"-r! fiii r t!s r vt'r ,''pect '
Jiijrc ---
-.! arc <-.l, to!'y the M./i.irn:ll', $(1.1 l'iul.r jre3nt, wjthuuidirlayivl them protny:! tiuihenticu 1)? .ors- The striped or tuism.ibe! IfVl-M; from All kinds hjhoes by .tho trunk, ca tse, &c. UNION BANK OF FLORIDA.

E."' ", "C'" 1:.,':'1 1cd: I to '-aiL' Eit-ite are rcqucs't-u l li ,I\ia. pivf. Etrnjpia.! Tin wi ;h':s to pur.h.isi Cvtton, /'rr .S'-fnj ar-d NOTICE is hereby given, That' an election for

.l r..". iit. iocn iinmouin-cl', M AUGARS/i' W iLSON, Extr'x. A Bl.ick BE \ R rjcni Pd'1-n.i; ;' Ian !. Cow /R/f.t.-Magnolia! Dec. 15, 1331.19tf Directors of ths Bankvill, be hetd at
:( t."O' the lions- !
Banking n City of Tallahassee
uir.e LEVI V/ILS'JN, Exor.Quinsy The North \'nfrr'! I' N r n E ,
:: { NOTICE. Monday the 16 h February: nir.ItO'MCO.
O' j :-. Gt,Ulcn C-D. C
Cr .... .. --.Jf.r---.,-.-.' The Nine !Mandt-d :&R\I.\IJlLL.\ 3 i iX months, from d.ue, I will present my vouc.herBc3 LEWIS, Cashier.
J' '_; ::t.---r .. -- ,- NOTICE.Q.1X The BADGEi from Illinoi.so-_.oiioof tlic > fur A v-ulenienr, and shall apj.lv; to the II :11. TalhhRs: ftth January 19'J5.2td:

;1.0." ". weeks ifrcr date, I will apply to the County most playful annuuis <-\' the !kind ev.'r cxhibit-ri.: (".ldj' Ji.utt (f Ga-Js'1cii nuniy, for Lexers of Disliitoo. ; The Editor of the Pensaco'a Gazette, Florida
'Q--;. : I" .. .' Court of Jificrson county, for Letters of 'Jrnuis ;- The black "OLFThe CATAMU\DA !! a+ .i.l-runislraior of the stae oi: Tho'ua! A'I Herald and Aplhchi4t.! Advertiser, will please

*ration on tin tsuue of THOMAS COOKSKI, late ol( ?ec'ill' :;, ilit') of srtid cau.i'y, -the Red and ICIINEU!
THE! RACES said county dcctascd.D Gray IANThQ : PlrlJLg, Adm'r. ac<%oiinrs for paymtnt

"r. 15, 1P34. M9-6w FETNAH COOKERY.Itf EMEVfrom New South \Watson X ,'r.\I V21.. 155!. rJ-Rm *
*': I'JP' M'-rianna: C(t hi- .. NOTICE.
0 ;
W(b..Jdv tilt 26tU Ja.iuuiy nut, and GUI.-' A. PIE SON & Co.JTerc1jant A large uhitp SWAN-oue of the most Ihsfi.Y I>. .tTI.4SOi, .1 IX wfcks nflerdate, 1 will apply! to the JudU
i.uur4aVs. Ki5 of the CIJa:1tyCurtffL on county for ofAdmniithtratim
beaiitifpi l irds of 1be feithcrcd n'e.And WILLIAM ( Btrztrs.
tllt-2) rcilc: l.tats S 20 the TmopniLrs
Unity -- entrance. on elllnte R. THOMAS
"'clnv 00-3 iiiiifl! hr.lh-\O i do.TJ a prrr't variety of APES, MONKEYS, THK Defendant is ho
diy I S1 1. >-niilc hl'ltsO do. BABHOONS, &c. Duidy Jack, and his has filed his PETITION in tho Superior Court WILLIAM TRADEWELL.

4i!;dayMirhcau! -a post race, $200
pro],netOr feels conuiilrnt that murh sport may each 1 to Foreclose Jl/orrgrtg given by the PufenJanl '
ix'JICiCI6It0 t ( p.}! IS" ill be scared: to bftvc iliings I day. th-i s:\d PlainliP,on the fulUwi-iff; lcribc 1 Property p'i NOTICE.Will .
''J coJiietc4-vcry: cx't-nsive preparations I rc mak \ The a'ove Animals wi'l' b. oxliibi!..\nne hour, and Ri'ttl 1 nnjTPersonal, (lO wit:)-TtuXnrthwcsi q'lar'er 1 L.=i;,t' be soM at Public Auction on the

k'i Bscorumodate tho evJo may favour us withIn Tailors, then the Performisice nf the etlc"r"fli Equestrians mul th'' West half of the Nortlseast quarter of section .t: !:: .-,:;il i 'st. the Corner HOUSE in which the

,, I : I'OIpanb \. with their usual and unu;ual impossiblilies their twenty-eight. The North :ist qutrter (>f ecctwn srpenjTc is he'd!: -Also, the tenements lately

aJl!!uisunci-s. the Club wili j bn governed by the heels and with thir peculiar servant ofthu! public, will twrmy.nne:: ,Township one and raige! : one, >O1 tit and occupied by the County Clerk.

fw Mikt lUilcs All entries lu be made to the FALLAUASSIU, 4 11'LOR1LA. ivc a bold & magnanimous displ-iy of heir stipcriori- I %\"cst, sitaat d in the county of Lon uivj Territ vyof Terms-cnc half cr.sh thr balance: on the 1st July

SkItiTy: by o'clock, P.1. f"rtJIC hy bi-cviouj to ;ie' to the citizens of the place and its icinitv. Those Florida. The West half of the L'-t doit i, iiat-.d on nec. R. J. hACKLE, Auctioneer. ..

:JfTUumn;. JAS J. I'lTT.MAtf, Scc'iy.ttiun. Equc'trafls arc selected from the best companies now tlis ori:!itial plan of Tallahassta, .13- number ninetylive Jan. 10 23-td
'! : iFlo.! 15th Dec. 1b34. [IS-tiw] tr.m-.llin I !!. -.\ female slave named 3JarlIn! ntwut! fileej! __
---- 1R. fADICAK, I Mors. L/.MOTT, years of a e-a female slave named. Sally! a!>uut tliirty! LIST OF LETTERSEMAIXING

)M Hundred Dollars RewardTionns : CARROL, I I l\IUlcro: Mr.CLO\'O years of ae-and her child Kitty Ann about two '0 in the Post Office duincy,

JOHNSON, I Pn.\\'A &c. years of H-C. CALL & WALKER, J&- Gadstlen County, on the first QtY of Januaryt
"rILL' 1 tlr inn! fir the t.1di\.crv to me in Riding Master, '1'. COOL, Plaintiff's! Attorneys. : n5. which if not taken out before the 31st day ofMarch j

n1J13 ra'' (. )Jnlll\, Georgia,of (Lite from the B'- ton Cirri ) Ta'1.Ih1Ber, 5th Dec. 1934.-l1oowftn !1335 will besent to the General Post OfficAS *- .

lU H H. TLCKEH.'JIO c ripl from Jail Clown, :Iilj. CKEICHTOX, ft* I Litters. ;

1'.1 1 !"t iitfit; ; of the C 1th Dc'>mtr, I B.I, or./?% Who has performed in all tho principa! Cities in America LX f (KTCMAININO B 1lillla; Brown, C. A. Grant, JoshuaGreaves j
,, |II:3 t'Jr; ;;". rllt: !lf'tl'ut! i j3: nnv safe jul in Get). I with univeisalappliusc. in he Post O'lico at Tallahassee! Burton, Tenerron 2 Mary Ann
'1! The performance of the Oirciv will commence with I R BrutvQ G. V. Hunter John AI. G
: :-irJa.: s.i that: I gi't !lain lie was coiuilted I Pnccmber, 31st 1835. ,
,;: 1-ai "l1(';iC(' oi:' uf-ijro L'z lit1". DIIILCTIONS.The running vaulting by the whole Company. Ad'Hson, Jonn 2, Lous:, Henry Bir-e, James J. Janes, L. H.:

-W d",j I T iU.-T' is uiioui 4S \as Height itidispc nsallc. Horsemanship l by Mr. 1\1 *DI0" Anderson, Willara Lnyd, il\irhu;; Blake! John, King, Micajah
', ofJgH1l13hOl1 The daring Hoaseman, who vill go ihrouHi his I Mrs. Barr, Binley.Bun' Kersey, RodaLe.irimore .
(cct i.r! I 1. Ror.ml the clj(-st under coat. Andrew, Thos. J. M-I OIl, Ana
..'wJiUcn- t.'!I'4.jlf, j hifI. stULltbuilt* !. dark 2. Do. Waist. astonishing and pleasing performance on iIi h'rse at B t1.1myCI. A. '\kr! ': Cthcuic Hugh A.Croom Jarnx
hisn.jiif .
: Oft full spoeij. Jatue J. 2 HI.iX.I..d: U. E. Mrs. McBride, Rev'd
3. From 1Jt-k-scam to elbow and knucllcjoiu. Birpe, ? :
,D.. .1XO.) C. !BHO'.Y SI GJ Sheriff. 4. Round the thigh. I Ground and Lofty Tumbling, Bloc ker, Jnlm \J'CthHit", P.ml Croom, Hardy B. Mayo, James
2 William 2
3< ) HI.nlll Titus. M. Mendo- John Coruochnn: John Nclmus,
( ,4) 5. From tlio hip-joint to tho ancle. By the Company.Horsemanship ,
Py the above scale of measurement gentlemen nt a by Mr. CARF.OL, Bond, Heirv Mme, M'.iar Campbill, Duncan Nelson, Soloman
Casxvell.M M. Oats James
; KSTUAY.STR distance may be enabled to forward their maasurcs, The untrepul Horseman.-Durii; his prrfonmnce Bradford, Thos. M. Miller, Dr. Pe.ersonBartholome'w, 1

,....... ; l'J A VKD or rtolr frooicii..Mirc which will ever JTH et with prornp' attention. he will throw a forward Somersd. and light on his BiiIlChViliam B. Mills, Henry J. Cadi-y Dyke,, Joseph Thomas Paul Louis '

i2C: of Col. Wm, t horse at full speed.Horsemanship Uncut, RilchardBroclic Moat, David Da'ison, Isiah Ractchford John

,. ..N: JLi! v, J'.fi'crs Co a few NE\V GOOS by Mr. JOIISSOK, \Vm.Bivit M.\loiy, John Douglass, D. B. Wym, John
'HrI sir! >cHClu'snu! SOl'h The celebrated performer on two horses, late from AbigailCnWmler Moody B-nj'n Daniels, Jessee. Warren, Moses
.r'l HoRSE about 5 AND the New York Circus, Thos. L. Moore, Bcnj'n & Nelson
.4. }'U1rS f'stics: 'Villiam C. 3 Yon e, H. F.
"hi:.. ::1Z lJ .4a /l llQNJ We deem it fl\lIlist of the Cr.rr, Wm. A. Mfiorc, Cliarlrs.Mojely : .
::11: :;...i\'i"rl 'I.t! II! uit six itichcii in diametery t unnecessary to eve a Firez, Ann 1 ((44 letters)-'- ,
15'" l1 11 <;:Jl (f .I ; i.i.;ii': r.ir the fjrc ]Ic.'. lie A. PlEltSON&Co. would respectfully in- ncrforinaucc-.but the pcrfi.irin.itce will change each Carter, \1'. Alexander will
1 :JI Persons calling for the above letters please
E. 2
'-I : H Cobb Mrs. Mary Myers,
cIeri .;; rot'; .- IJ iv>*rir<1vi'J l be cive'i fc-.r !iis; reT.to form thir customers and the publick gcneally Eveii nt. say advertised. M. BLUE, P.'M.
,.it' \ me v. r-llahasscc'! a.ui if stole... I will: rivrI 531) thnt they arc now opening their new Stock of Comic Songs, By the Clown. Cobb. Edmund B. 5, My.idElizabeth
I eaeL.sc: aci i ucf. j. ). wisrco Cci'ib! Mary Ann 1 Myrick, Capt.J hn I NOTICE. 1
t1U'I L r r: WINTER GOODS There 'viii be scats fitted up 'n an improved plan Nfjrrnan
s' FALL & Colling, Dennis Mrs Grace 3O.vcm
.: satf7Y.V6' for the aecommod.uirtn of Lad: >s nnd Go.ntlcmcn, ,HI HE subscriber has just received and offers for
, IL'Oi just received fnai New York, cdnslstingofa splendid which will accommodate fro'u five to six hundred per- Cowdin, Henry SuphcnPatiick. John I JL sale on very reasonable terms, a choice assortment
Cruise Mrs. .
.'/ nssortment superfine Cloths, Cassimercs and Vest- of
in Cognac Brandy
1"1. LIQUID I groceries'consisting part
Dalton Trustaui Payne James A.
rlr: i' 'Ja4d iMb,, I?. s. BKJtJWRD Drug jugs, of a great variety, elected from late importations sons.The Baltimore Band of Music will accompany the Daniel,Abraham Pierson, H. A. I Jam. Rum Hollands! Gin, Wines and old Rectified
I 1C' of the most fAs'hionable order.-Likewise, ageneral and Cirrus and variety ofWaltz's Fresh Teas &c.
Mfinrtgori perform a Whiskey, ,
git .'ORFOLK 1 VI II GIXLq.r assortment Fancy Articles for Gentlemen'sdress Scotch airs, Ducts, Marches overtures &c. Davis Co] Wm. W. Puttr;oii, Batt -ALSO-

tIt: v'ur.:-Stocks of every description, Gloves, Music sclecird from the best authors. Dickinson, John. Ports. Jirtoph E. An assortment of choice saddles, bridle and Mar-

h,. j :t Dt 9(' I1 C Suspenders, Pongee Hhdfs., Fronts and Collars, fine Doors will 1 he oncncd fioin 12 to 4 o'clotk P. M. Dorsey, J.Willis R. & E. W. Pope Post ,Wm Mrs. H.Sum tingales-purchasers will please call and examine for
.. ,
:crs .' : Ri"'S RENOVATING Linen Shirts, Hosiery, .c.-Splendid Sell, Fur, and each day. Evening performance to commence at early Dowling, themselves. ALX'R. FORMY DUVAL.Jan.
LIUUID for Sam'l. H. Powell Mrs. Violet
'rkih i : Cloth fine Silk, Plush, and Beaver Hats of the Duval, -Jd 1835.
;a.I imlh .j! <,)iA's. Paints Tar, RId Grease Caps, candle[ 1ight. Faircloth, Robert S. Powell; Jeremiah 3 (21tf.) -
to* U1iee UIIIH cltJ' latest fashion. \ref Admittance $1,00--Children under 1? yearsof -
ale lio'cd Silks. Satins, Cloths made Field, J. W. Priest, Capt. G. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
:Nr V x vets without in the least A general assortment ofrcady.madeCtotbing age half price.N. Elizabeth Miss
'?'I. > injuring subscribers in the most faithful and fashionable Fisher, Mrs. Randolph, Lacy indebted to the estate of WitLUW
the animulsr and
i: ar'rl'i"re.k'V up by B. for a full description () Equestrians Richard Dr. J.H. ALL persons
:if. I&.t'rte n' kud valuable I 1 1! style, consisting of Overcoats, Frock & Dress Performances. see large bills posted in principal Fitzpatrick, Randolph, WATSON, late of Jackson county, deceased,
Chemical discovery is of- Mrs. Eliza! Rawls John
- ;. f'. a'e by hc Coats and Coatees, fine Cloth and Goat's hair Camlet through the Cit Freeney, are requested to make immediate payment.to the undersigned -
uh'cri] er.It almost places ) Wm. .
'L siperLae1ieesity Cloaks I and Wrappers,Pantaloons and Vests of almost Gasseway, Raysor, Cupt.Redinglon as indulgence cannot be given ; and those
U Good order during the performance.
:iQ ; ofdying, and the Sc."trer's Vol Gibson! William M. Edmund C.
for' 3S n.. description, among; which arc rich figured and .. having demands against said estate, are requested to '
.=08I.., f1") rcn>s worii will secure a every Smoking prohibited.Previous Gmtett, Joseph D. Rhind, Charles them authenticated within the timo
de'Inl sbrecphes} Douole-breasted Velvet and. fine black Cloth and to their arrival at this place, they will exhibited present duly proscribed
from criticism for twelve Rut Lind
bs It white Marseilles &c. Goolsby, T. H.Gjceu Mary by Law or they will be forever barred.
Valentia and Vests. Mount Vernon ,
Cassimere 7tl at
' tts the >
hc at Marianna on .
a riiarra silks of lue finest
B. D.
.tt. ;'b William I Ryan Joseph
Wool Nett-Shirts and Draw- ,
(\lea ) lstantly Foe Marino and Lamb's the 9th and Quincy on the 10th January, 1S35.
lejl on ,
: "vingthc taints of grease, Hail Mrs. Alley Rhodes, Wm. J.
1111'f utI ; the i and Doe-skin Undcr-VesU Administrator ex officio
Nett Silk an
fine ,
ers- December. ( Otd) .
f't aft'cting- itsrlf-the
:! < loJn te fabric' excellent article for invalids.A Hale, Mrs. Letitia Sailier, Henry R. I Marianna, 29th Dec 1834 J21-6m
t.j'.lfe'tT. ants of wax: ( oat cellars Hall J. B. Sanders Lewis I
, ,. ,i:the t rut', dust "eforc a bi u.h.upon It is no quacke- quantity of cour of.e Irdia Clothing Rubber suitable Surtouts for Negroes, Pea-, By the President of the United States. Hart,, J. L. Sexton, R. H.Shermas Ii i QuinCy Male Academy.

nrt.a' 't : ama'en mode of appearing and an assortment by the Ac' of Congress, approved Harf.ird], Lieut Charles E,
, tttiflod..loth at the I least jackets and Trowsers, w.lrranted"ery durable and WHEREAS of 1834, the Pr.-sident E. Sikcs : TruSeea take a pleasure in informing the
I !'ct'cf'd. imaginable expense.foft day June, : IJakin'J Chas. David THE '
lull ; G 't'-2'nen! at M rents a phial, and all perfectly water.proof, are offered for sale by the sub authorized to direct the Register and Receiver of Hawkins: James Smith, Joseph L. that the exercises of the Institution for
ff' wpcor.18 scribers on vcty low terms. A deduction of 10 percent make sale at Public the ensuing will commence on the first Monday
Udln; cm hive it at the same rice. the Tallahassee Land District, to Hayslip, Groen H. Strickland! Canc year
t' .J. fin.er l'Ie.'d b apprehended in using it upon will be made for all orders accompanied with Auction, of one fourth of the Lots in the Town Ilinsoii, Hadley Tally, John W. in January next under the superintendence of the

i. mast delicate Silks-nor is it like the the cash. of St. Marks in the Territory of Florida, according! Hobby, Jos. E. M. Theus, Simeon Rev. SAMUEL MATHKWS, A. M. 9 gentleman whom .
i'UC11 4VLI,. ::1UOZy' adveniMjd inonr'days'J which b' ICT The subscribers return their sincere thanks for to the plan of the Surveyor General of said Territory Holauay, Lewis P. Thomas, David they have every reason to beI4, is well qualified for

JetC bfI.Ja ejl a'most' invariable produce another the very liberal patronage heretofore received. and : Now, know ye, that I, ANDREW JACKSON Huson, Thomas R. Umphrey, Miss Nancy the business, having be,>* engaged in it for the last
:-7e-nor does it require the preparativeme would still hope by their assiduity and strict attentionto President of the 'United States, do hereby declare and Ivy, Benjamin Ulmer,DavidVandarfcrd four years in the SC*. of Virginia. The course of

'ofa1I n Other tnovaters-sor.h as hot- irons and b'-.iness, to merit and receive a continuation of the make known, that a Public Sale! will be held at the Jacrriinot, C. D. Capt. C. enstrurtion will cooijose all the branches of Education .,

eion; nly i a l little clean water according to the same. Land Office at Tallahassc, in the Territory of Florida Jones, Mr. Walker Allen'Joh"son taught in the best Academies in the country.
a"lu: *l MiVi u'? .tlll5'- Oil or Grease of any kindtitrra.cted |CJ= All orders will be thanKfully recived ; and as for the disposal of the undermentioned lots in ,Thomas Ward, George T. The Academy building is large and quite retired from

fr"IU the most delicate colored car- they have engaged in their employ steady and first the Town of St. Marks, Florida, on the/ourti JUon- Kemp, George W. White, Thomas the business part of town. Few places are more desirable -

It. tj4,,tJle! osunl trouble of taking them up.- rate WORKMXN, they are prepared to execute all orders day of Jauuar'j next viz: Kemson, William Whitford Sam'l either for health or good moral society and S

.4't. f .to the directions, it will at once at the shortest notice and m the most durable and Lots numbredl', 5, 9, 13, 17, 81, !25 j 29,, 33,37,41, Kindrick, John Williams,James we believe that its advantages will be equal to that of *

.'t. l every par 1of grease from the finest Cloth fashionabk style.- Tallahassee, Oct. 25. [ll-6m. 45, 49, 53, 57, 61, 63, 09, 73, 77,81,85,89,93,97,101, Ker, R. B. Willis, John any similar Institution in the country. '

.r: 'eoorellCate Silks, without injuring in the least STORAGE BUSINESS. 105, 109, 113 117, 121, and 125, as represented upon Lane, JohnLaPatte Wilson, Daid C. Terms per Quarter faya&U in advance.1st .
. '. 1Xge texture.dSP.y the plan of the said town prepared by the Surveyor Count Wilson Wm. C. I 3 clase 8,00
Al" ) subscriber has sold his Improvements in class $5,00 .
of the above article of the of Florida. I I
'1t4 re- General Territory Linn Mrs.
Eliza Whitchead John
THE j 4.
2. do. 6,00
I ;
but wishes it distinctly
laleby town of St Marks The sale will be kept for two days only.
upen LinnJ. C. of Coart Whittiker John. and
: Scholars will be received at season,
lhzs E. B. PERKINS, Ag't10th I understood by his friends, that he has no design Given under my hand, at the City of Washington Lockerman, David I Young, Miss Catherine charged from the time of entrance any.but no deduction
C Se t. 1834. Cm. the Territory, and nas rented. the build- this 21st day of November, A. D. 1834.ANDREW ".' _
% ofleaving JACKSON.By Loftin, Mrs Agnes (140 letters)- will be made for Scholars removed before ,the end of,,
f&9&SKD'a1lua llCDIliJUI log sold by him for the ensuing twelve months un Persons calling for the above Letters will pleasesay the quarter. *
a President
'". AJlGE der expectation putting up more spacious the HATWARD: advertised. I. G. SEARCY, P. M Board can be had on good terms in privaU ramil1ef.JOHN .
and complete assort and convenient improvements before the expira Eujin Me W. DAVIDSON, secy. *
Comma of the Qeneral Land OmceJDec. .
New fltOfFtCh Drug and Medicines,just FCC' bon of the lease. NOTICE. Quincy'Dee. 30th 1834; (st 5-w) .1'
I'Il. York end Baltimore sales wholesale JOHN, BLAIR PEACHY. 13. ( FORBID all persons pa'yingtnT Note or Account

J"106 Country Merchants and Pre.etwonerlaup. '8L-.BbibNoT.,14lb.l8S4... Mlf .aM1lAiTA rIUt&t IIbt U i I to James D. Wescott, of the Estate of Anthony :ROBINSOIT6 FORMS. foi"Sa1eatthisOflIe.
mow aecommodatlnr tsmi: Lambert. JOHN LAMBERT, Admor.
for New .
Cotton *
Liberal tdvanees made on For'sale this at Office. 20-t( ..
"tsu D.EDW.8Et York. 1. B. P. Dec 27 ,

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LMled, That to uutib of the Qori1U r'J Mess i aa committed by slaves, free negroes, and mulattoes, pawed I was read (and the rule- of the HOUJQ be n. '
-EG' t'8L.C.. COUNCIL.FT relttaa to m survey of be Coast of Florida-The builcing 17th Nor. 1828. its passage and paned. --. N

.f Light bouses To Internal Improvements ; and the Mr .Bellamy presented the petition .of sundry inhabi Mr. Bellamy from the committee en tin Q&.L "

4' Wednesd yfi Jammsy 7. construction sod beeping in repair of common Roads, be tants of Jefferson County, praying relief for John Me Dowel Territory, to whom the matter bad been ref e(

The< uee met :pursuant to adjournment; ft quorum 1 Deferred to the committee on the State of the Territory ,, sen. as, herein expressed,':"'which on his motion, was tht) following resolution. ened.

being prevent,tIre journal *f yesterday' procediDga. was Reserved, TEat so much thereof as relates to the ie- together with an accompanying letter, referred to the Judiciary Resolved by the Legislative Council of *

read. OBue,and the manner of its collection and disbursemeits; committee.Mr. of Florida, That they highly approve of the the
The following Staftdni; C mmtttoe :wero af po Iw I, and also as relates to the subject gaming be referred !O Braden offered the following Resolution to wit. of the Grand Jury for the counties of.St. Jdt****

the Preaideut ef the Legislative Council, to fit: the committee on Finance. Resolved, That the Executive of the Territory be reques- quito, submitted to the Superior Court at ti and .

The Judiciary. Resolved, That so much thereof relates to the Criminal ted to communicate to the Council whether any agree t Term thereof, 1834, touching the repair or off

Messrs. Smith, Mea,.. Priest, Code-The manner of arresting fugutives from justice ment has been made with the contractors for the publication on-The completion of the sea-waU at 8t.d .
Blount, McKinooD, ; and the compensation which shall be made to the of the first volume of tho compiliation of the Laws of The construction of a fire engine house u oniK**""

Downing, Parish, owners of executed slaves, be referred to the commitcoon the Territory of Florida-fur the publication of the second ment lot in said city, where the Court HouJ ha?

Walker, Brown, the Judiciary. volume under the Act approved Eebruary 15th, 1834. Gently built, and the procuring a fire engine M 1..biea-,
Putnam Holmes. Resolved, That so much thereof as relates to the ab- And if such agreement has been entered into, what progress quisite apparatus, to protect that build'.r

Braden. I j ject of Education be referred to the committee on Sch
AgricultureMessrs. and Colleges. same may be expected to bo completed, repair of the causeway and bridge in the rear of' AIt.
Finance. Mooring, Resolved. That so much thereof as relates to the Cen- Which was read and on his motion (the rule of the gustine, and the road leading thence to PicaW l 9t 4

Jffesirs. Btount, Priest, tral Bank of Florida, and the Bank of Pensacola, and the House being waived--was put on its passage, and was St. Johns river and Nunansville, in Alac hue klL'8 ,

Bellamy, McKinnon, accompanying reports, be referred to the committee on passed.Mr. of the high-way from St. Augustine to TallaW18* .=-
Fitzpatrick, Duval, Banks. Bellamy offered the following Resolution, "to wit." nally opened by the General Government i ate, '

Love, Macon, Which was concurred in by the House-and said Resolution Resolved that the Secretary of tho Territory be requested opening and constructing a Canal between Si{ t- .

Mitchelf Edwards, were put on their passage,: and adopted. to furnish each standing Committee with a full copy of and six mile creek, on the river St. Johns.

Wood. Hi iubotham. The House then adjourned until to-morro;<' 12 o'cbck. the Laws since the year 1828, inclusive.:: I Resolved, further, That the subject referred .

_-.p Friday January 9. Which was read, and on his motion (the rule of the proceeding Resolution, and upon which the GrtLlV

Banfc Enrolled Bills. The House met pursuant to adjournment, a quorunr being House being waived) and said Resolution was put on its final I have so ably and fully expressed their views, are -
Jleurs. Fitzpatrick, Messrs. Putoam, present the journal of yesterday's proceedingswasread. passage' and was passed.Mr. importance to the interests of the people of St. An of ':tal
Smith, Brown, Putnam from the commitiee on Enrolled Bills and East Florida; and merit the serious attentioarff >.

Blount, Braden, Mr. Putnam, pursuant to previous notice, asked and Reported as correctly enrolled,-"an act to divorce Hes gress ; and tha the Honorable Joseph M. Whit .nS ;
Putnam, Holmes, Obtained leave to introduce A bill to provide for thi partition ter Burke, and Thomas Burke"-which was signed. by the in Congress from Fforida. be, and ho i is hereby rT ""

Mitchell. Edwards. of real and personal property in the Courts of Law President I to use bid best exertions to procure the neces/irr ,

and Equity in this Territory,"-which on his motion was Mr. Fitzpatrick from the Select committee to whom' priations and to adopt such other tape as may be ,,

Elfctiont.Iftcurs. Cletims. read by its title and referred to the judiciary committee.Mr. the matter had been referred,-Reported, a bill, entitledAn site to carry said measures into speedy effect, req
t Love. Messrs. Duval, Holmes, pursuant to previous notice, asked and Act to divorce Indiana Cordelia T. Ritchards md Resolved, further, That a copy of tho foregoing

Hitter McKinnon, obtained leave to introduce a bill to'be entitled, An act 'V olcott Ritchjirds, which was read and< made the order lions, certified by the President and Clerk of t" H
McNeill Hunter, authorising John 0. Sewall to establish a ferry accrosa of the day for a second reading on tomorrowA be forthwith transmitted to the Delegate.

Parish, Higginbotham, Chipola river, near Marianne,"-which on his-notion, was bill entitled, An act to incorporate the Methodst Which were read (and the rule of the HoUle. .

Macon, Edwards read by its title, and referred to tho Coramttee on the Episcopal Church, in St. Augustine"- -was taken up fran waived) put on their passage and passed-
Walker. State of the Territory.Mr. the order of the day, and read a second time, on motun Mr. Putnam frem the committee on Enrolled Billa

Messrs.Schools and College Higginbotham, gave notice, that on same future of Mr. Putnam, (the rule of the House being waived) aid tad as correctly enrolled-"an act to inc rporat:?*;!,

State fMessrs.. Bellamy the Territory., I Priest Downing, day, he will ask leave to introduce a bill, Torhangu the said bill read a third time, by its title, and passed.j Order Methodist Episcopal Church in St. Augustine" And ik! !

:Macon name of Elizabeth Underwood!, to that ol Elizabeth ed that the title be as above stated. a Resolution in relation to the establishment of a z aaj A
Putnam Brown Murrhee." Mr Holmes, on a former day, offered the following n- route-Which were signed by the President.
Walker Duval., Mr. Holms, gave: notice that he will on flomf.future day solutions to wit : A bill to authorise Mary J. Fontane, to sell :and covey
Downing. -J' ask leave to introduce a bill to amend an act:oncerning: Kc olved.: That the Delegate in Congress be requested certain real estate, was taken up from the order o>
Executors. to :hH bh exertions to procure the establishment of a trail the day and read the second time. On motion of bar Boxing
And on. motion of Mr. Putnam, fifty printed copies are The Report of Charles Austin, Treasurer d' the TA A 'of rrori Cambelton, Florida, -to Monlicello in Aa-!' flr11 25 written copies of said !bill are ordered-and"ft"B

ordered.Mr. ritorv of Florida, was taken up from tho orderof the day : T 1. made the order of the day for a third reading on Thundn;
Holmes gave notice that he would on some future and on motion of Mr. Blount, 500 printed cokes theroo* I t',('J''pi! that a cony of the forgoing Resolution! .
ask leave introduce bill John 0. next.A
day, to a authorising are ordered. (See Floridian-Extra.) e xi!:0.;:r.cd by the P-e- ident and Chief Clerk, and forward I bill entitled An Act to divorce Indiana C. T. Riciards
Sewall to establish a ferry across the Chipola river, near The Report of Thomas Brown, Auditor o' the T'"n 14o I the rion. Joseph M. White. and Wolcott Ritchards, was road the second line

Marianna-Also, a bill to divorce, Martha Ann Parker from her tory of Florida,.was taken up, and on moion of i\h ,r Vh' ;'ii were taken up from tne orders of the day, agan and made the order of the day for a third reading oa t U. J::

husband William Parker. Blount, 500 copies are ordered. (See Florid;;i-t.i.) -o put ->n .their passage and passed. : morrow ...fI
The House then adjourned until to-morro\v t 12 u'ctcr. t TlC! Pr..jit.iit laid before the House the report aidi'V I The House then adjourned until to-morrow at 12o'coci!
Mr. Love notice that he will tutnre
gave at same day, I
uu Current of Willis Alston, Commissioner of tie II
ask leave to introduce a bill, to amend the Election laws j I '
of this Saturday, January 10. -' i .,"Tallahaslje-which was read, and on,motion of Wednesday, January 14'
Territory.On '
.u" patrick, referred to the committee on Finance. i iThe
motion of Mr. Moses door The Houe met pursuant to adjourmrcnt, Ii qiK-n1M" ) Hy House met to adjournment '
Bellamy, ElLIs, keeper, ;... House then adjourned until to morrow at 12 o'clk. pursuant a quorum
look the oath of offrcI being present the journal yesterday's puceecUfij/ : -v t- being present, the journal of yesterday's proceedings i;>

I The House then adjourned until to-morrow at 12 o' read.On !I 13.I
I Tuesday, January read.Mr.
clock. motion of Mr. Bellamy !Mr Duponta mcrn'Kr rlort Putnam gave notice, that on some future dslh
Thursday January from Gadsden county, was duly qualified md admit' :. I f h< ,,House met pursuant to adjournment, a quorum lee will ask leave to introduce a.bill, to bo entitled "!nact t
tako his seat. ; c..? ;'.e; ant, the journal of yesterday's proceedings ins "
the St. Wharf
incorporato Augustine Company.
The House met pursuant adjournment, a quorum On motion of Mr. Bellamy Mr. Dupmt was *ui'W; > ,;.IU. I Mr. Blount gave notice, that on some 'uturc dayir
hemg present, the journal of yesterday's the committee the and he State -jt"r "President laid before the House the following conemuii'atun j
proceedings was on Judiciary, on will ask leave to introduce a bill, to amend the several: !
received from his Excellency the Governor
read.Mr. Territory.On incorporating the Bank of Pensacola, and for other pi
Putnam gave notice, that at somo future day, he motion of Mr. Duval, Mr. Dupont vas adi!
will ask leave, to introduce a bill, to be entitled an act committee on Claims.On I EXECUTIVE OFFICF, ) poses.* Mr. Duval presented the petition of R. J. Mackeand ,

I providing for the partition ef real and personal property motion of Mr. Fitzpatrick, Mr. D \o.1t"as ada-.l fr, January 13th, 1835. / others citizens of Leon County, praying relief

t I I in the Courts of Law and equity, in this Territory. the committee on Banks. To the Executive_ Council, of the Territory Florida: therein expressed.Which was rend,-and on motion
Also, a bill, to bo entitled an act to repeal all Laws On motion of Mr.:: Blount Mr. Putnanr. !:!reel to
relating "vas A; Asmesxbitf; to a resolution of the Council, of the 12lh Mr. Blount, referred to the Committee on Claim
to the raising and collecting a Territorial Revenue the committee on Finance. ::i"t'iit, requesting! :such: information as this office might. On motion of Mr. Blount, the Reports of the Treacr
,t fir the Territory of Florida. Mr. Putnam gave notioe that on sonic fuMre (|tee', h. jrj.-d, touching the publication of a Revised Code of the er and Auditor of the Territory of Florida, were takcarf

Also, a bill, to be entitled and act to incorporate the will ask leave to introduce a bit' entitled an .tct in r-latim; t...**'. of this Territory, passed the 15th of February, 1834 : from the table, and with the accompanying document!

.Methodist Episcopal Church in the City of St. Augustine. to Fees. \ j -u1 gave: the honor to lay before you the enclosed copy, refered to the committee on Finance.On .
Mr. Parish gave notice, that he will nn some"future Mr. Fitzpatrick gave: notice that he will ir.t--J:e r, .->fa contract or*R D. and J. Westcott, mado the 27th I motion of Mr. Downing, Mr. McNeil was excuseS

lo.day, introduce a bill to incorporate,the Town of Monticello. bill at some future flay to provide for tukmg the! !,- .ius of'I d iy of August, 1834. By the terms of that Contract, i itvill from .further duly on the select Committee, to whom II

the Territory of Florida. -. !>n perceived, that 750 volumes of the work, are to be referred the petition of certain inhabitants of''Madia l
Downing presented the petition of Mrs. Hester Mr. Downing gave notice, that ho will at sac atijie j 'i-iv .rv.d, fur distribution within six months from its date. County.-and Mr. Priest was appointed in his place.

i Burke, prrrin to be divorced from her husband Thomas diy: ask leave to introduce a bill to make NJW '..'.'no. I .\lr..1. D. ;y est ott gives the assurance, that tho delivery Mr. Macon offered certain Resolutions, .touching lit

Burko-which on his motion, together witk an accompanying the County Seat of Mosquito county. r '.,..::1 tnko place, by the time agreed or perhaps earlier. subject of divorce-Which were read and laid oats
letter was referred to a select comnrtoe--Mossrs Mr. Duval gave notion, that on some FuMr-- ;- e vill 1 JNO. H. EATON. table.A .

Downing, Bellamy, and Blount, wore appointed thereorj. ask leave to introduce a bill to be 3..titlei an <. :-t .iio f Tti.ow all men by these Presents, That we Rich. D. West bill, entitled An act to divorce Indiana Corde&l

Mr. Putnam presented the petition of Mary J. Fom' ane, encouragement of )l chanicks.. ,I ('Ott, Sc John Westcott,Jr., & Jas. Westcott, Jr., Wm.ii Richards, and Walcott Richards, was read the third tiThe
praying to be authorised by an act of the Legislative Council Mr. Putnam pursuant to notice pravfo iiy| .-:0 .. -- 1, to sell certain real estate, as therein expressed: which, and obtained leave to introduce a bill p,.tiLf'! -i .,' ':" ". -.t- Handa, are held and firmly bound unto the Governorof by Messrs. Duval and Macon were yeas, Mr. Pray

on big motion was referred to a select committee with corporate the Methodist Episcopal fnuro'r.: 3 ..;* the Territory of Florida, and his successors in office, dent, Messrs. Bellamy, Blount, Downing EdwardsIP

leave to report by bill or otherwise-Messrs. Putnam St. Augustine-which was read .the first U. '_ : : 4">., j I m the sum' of Three Thousand Dollars, lawful moneyi patrick, Higginbotham, Holmes, Hunter, McNeil, 5Cit-

Smith, and Wood, were appointed therein. and made the order of the day: for a sane". :." ".-.< OP i I the United States of America ; for the true payment of ell, Priest, Putnam, and Wood,--14.-nays, lie s
Mr. Pulnarn
presented extracts from the presentments Monday next. 1 '!hich, we bind ourselves, our heirs, executors, and ad- Braden Du-Pont, Duval, Love, Macen, McK'uwj
of the Grand Jury, for the counties of St. Johns and Mus- Mr Bellamy offered the presentment 0 :h' ',-r.' ;.l! -in;-i .rji'iistnitors jointly and severally, firmly by these presents s Mooring, and Walker-8. So the said bill i is p33*.

quito, at the June Term 1834, and the December Term, ry ol{ Duval county, made at this Dac-i' '-: :' ,. !j.- I >,-Mu>d with our seals, and dated the 27th day of August, Ordered that the title be as before stated.

1834, and on his motion, it is ordered, that so much thereof -which on his motion so far as thy f": : .: '. .:1,' :IE.'.vi, I in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred andthirtyfour. The House then adjourned until to-morrow at 12 o'clocl
.s relates to law. be referred to the Judiciary commit were referred to the Judiciary cmml1it t--'. "f.::- .d!: ,thtr Thursday, January 15. ,

toeSo much oa relates to Finance be referred to the matters therein are referred to the couur.u'.2<.; <>n hu Stato The condition of this obligation is such/That whereasthoid The House met puuuantto adjournment qutrbeing
committee .
on Finance ;-and so much as relate to Inter of the Territory :4l R.D.\V cstcott & J.D. Westcott jr.composing the firm present, the journal of yesterday's procee Improvements State be referred to the committee on the Mr Putnam presented the petition of IMor MiuhH l of R. D. & J. D. Westcott, have contracted with the said read. .
of the
Mr. Territory. and others, proprietors of the Alachu-i; fl/aa!, prav'ing Executive for the publication of the Laws of the said Territory Mr. Holmes nolice. that he will on some ft '

Richards Fitzpatrick presented the petition of Indiana C. T. that for the present, the lauds contained in that grant,may according to the Act of the Governoj and Legislative day, ask leave to gave introduce a bill, to be entitled C6.b
divorced ,from an accompanying certificate, proving to be be exempt from taxation-wh'ch: on his motion, was referred Council of said Territory, entitled "an act for the continuation to retain the Territorial Taxes for the year 1935 P
of Alexander Wolcott Ritchards. Also the to a select committee-:Messrs. Putnam, Fitzyat- of the Compi'ation of the laws of this Territory." 1836, 99 far as lespecU the County of Jackofl, 6t
Portion Patterson, praying to be divorced rick and Smith, were appointed on that committee.Mr. Approved February 15th, 1834.
fto1n his County
,Also a the, wife Eliza-with accompanying certificates. Holmes offered sundry Resolutious, in relation to I Now, therefore, If the said contractors do within six Mr. Brown purposes.gave notice, that he wilT, on some fuCit
ced from, petition her husband Mary Hale Ann Child, praying to be diver the establishment of a mail route from Campheltnn, Florida months, from the date thereof, furnish the Executive of i day, ask leave to iutroduce a bill, to be entitled *JAB 4,

certificate which his Child-with an accompanying to Monticello Alabama which were read, and laid on said Territory for the Territory, seven hundred and fifty to amend the Attachment Law of the Territory of Flom I
; on motion "
to a select committee with leave were severally referred the table. copies of each of the \'olumes..according to said contract Mr. Fitzpatrick offered the following Ucsolutt*
wiseMessrs to report by bill or orb Mr. Downing, from the committee to whom was referred to be distributed in such mnnner as is 01 mar be wit :-

f appointed thereon.Fitzpatrick, Bellamy, and Downing, were the petition of Hester Burke reported a bill, entitledan l provided by law, then this obligation to be void, or else to Resolved, That a Committee pe appointed to Ci ottai:

Mr. act t. divorce Hester Burke and Thomas Burke- be and remain in full force and virtue. t for the printing required during the present session a of
itants of the City of presented Key West the petition of Sundry inhab which vas read, and on motion of Mr. Bellamy, made tha Signed, sealed, and deliR.. D. WESTCOTT, (Seal) Legislative Council and for printing the Law ma I'
praying a repeal of tho act order of the for second
day a reading to-day. vered in the put
his waived was
of incorporation of said presence > by Attorney (the rules of the House being )
and for
city, other
purposes therein Mr. Putnam from the Committee to whom was referredthe of us.: j JNO. WESTCOTT, (Seal) and passed.-Messrs. Fitzpatrick, Blou at
expressed, which his passage
committee-Messrs.on motion was referred to a select petition of Mary J. Pentane, reported a bill, entitledan JNO. WESTCOTT, Jr. (Seal) Macon, were appointed on said committee.
Y Fitzpatrick, Downing and Walker, act to authorise Mary J. Fontana J Foab Gt
to sell and JAMES WESTCOTT Mary
; w rte appointed thereon. convecertain Y ( ) A bill entitled An act to bed,
r real estate which was read, and on his WILL B. NUT Seal therein dosenba
Also the : ALL ( ) to sell and certain real estate thitl
of the convey
presentments Grand
Jury of Monroe made the order of the for the
day a second reading on Tues H. W. BRADE Seal of the day- '
made ( ) Was taken from the orders '
county, at the adjourned December up so
Term, 1834- day next. I the above be be as bet which his hereby certify to a true copy from the time and easedOrdered that the title
on motion, was referred P t
to the committee on : A bill entitled an act to divorce Hester Burke
and Thomas file in office.
original ,
the State of the Territory. on my ted. o'cIo .-
Mr. Duval offered the Burke, was taken up from the orders of the day-On G. K. WALKER, Sec. of Florida. The House then adjourned until to-morrow at 12
following Preamble and Resolution motion of Mr. said
to Bellamy, bill was read a second and Which was read.
WHEREAS wit : It third time by its title (the rule of the House being waived) Mr. McKinnon gave notice, that on some future day, dote f 1 ;
from has pleased Divine Providence to remove and passed. Ordered that the title be as before stated. he will ask leave to introduce a bill, to provide for the LADIES' STAYS AND TIGHT SHO s.--A n ane c laba' '
among from the us, NATHAN BraD a member elect, of this The House then adjourned until Monday next at 12 o'clk. building of a Jail in the county of Walton. Lady Wortley Montauge's Travels in the East, re geeing II
body of Leon
of this county : And whereas, The members Monday January 12. Mr. Bellamy offered a memorial and letter from L. the horror expressed by the Turkish ladles I oo fecal.
impressed with
the loss the most lively sense of Kingsley and others, praying that certain privileges be English woman tightly laced up in stays, bnngsorGtr-
beravement great that that they bas and the country have sustained, i inn The House met pursuant to adjournment, a quorum be extended to free colored persons: ,-Which was read, and lection the'publication of an edict by the Emperor .lei

from whose elevated, virtues deprived them of the aid of one ins present, the journal of yesterday's proceedings was on motion of Mr Fitzpatrick, referred to the committee on many in 1766, absolutely prohibiting, under *7 11J'penalties -
ardent zeal for the public the Judiciary. I the wearing of stays, "as. of angee31th.a
good, and and part services desirous, so much was to have been anticipated Mr. McNeil gave notice, that on some future day, be Mr. McNeil presented a petition from sundry persons sometimes fatal consequences, impairing Ihbrated

of, their being of making a ;proper manifeatation will ask leave to introduce a bill, to be entitled an act, U citizens of Madison county, praying the passage of an act I impeding the growth of the fair sex." The ce
regard for departed merit: fix permanently! the County Seat of Madison, and to proVide to authorise the holding of an election for commissionersin John Hunter atrongly inveighed against J ladieshis
Be it therefore resolved, that in token of their high respect for holding two terms of the Court said select observe," t eminent JI
Superior in said county, to a county site-Which on motionof ut'Jbt shoes. Only says Tt
for the of the can
memory deceased, and their deep regret County. Mr.,Downing, was referred to a select committee- m one of his lectures, "if the statue of the Me utit l
flit bis loss, the members of tho Council wear crapeon Mr. Braden gives notice, that OB some future day, he Messrs Downing, Hunter, and McNeil, were appointed were to be dressed in a pair of stajp, and her sea tttt
the left arm during the remainder of the will ask leavo to introduce of tight s '
present session. a bill, concerning Dower. tbereon. compressed into a pair execrably BOJ b d
Mr. Mitchell gave notice, that he on some future day will 1 Mr. Priest presented the petition of Samuel B. Fitzpatrick extort a smile from an Heraditua, and a horse tiDIer,
And the rule of the House being waived, the same was beg leave to introduce bill be entitled Not nine gentleman at ta ,
a to an act amen. praying for a releif as therein expressed Which cynic. long, a :
pat on its passage and adopted. datory and i in edition to an act, relating to Roads, Highway was read and, on his motion, referred to the committeeon learned story of a statue of a nymph of :exjuw .:

The' Annual Message, of his Excellency the Governor and Bridges, passed February 4th, 1833. Claims.o which was exhibited a* cmmaliqua dilent .flat ...
w.s ttfcea up from the orders of the day ; when the House Mr. Duval gave' notice, that on some future day, h Mr. Putnam offered the following resolution to wit. Greece bat which eventually proved to haYe. -, .

rofojred4t0elf into a committee of the whole thereon, afar will ask taro, to introduce a bill to ,be entiled, an act Resolved, That the utility and propriety of revising the werk hip of a modern gcnlptpr. from the, 'Wftt J

some tfoie: spent therein the committee* arose ;' And Mr.Bellamy'therefrom amendatory ef the several acts regulating.P rota. many .(the acts now in force, as to their amendment, ad of the tppeaWncti of&&#****olSstoot,,!...u:'.
reported, tta following Resolution to Also a bill to be entitled Judiciary have heed catty! flight shoes, and a RI6- -
an act to repeal the 62d section dition or repeal be submitted to the committee on the only ; ,
''Pi: I iH of aa let relating to Crime, and mwdcrasaoors, tot their examination and report thcreoa-.. which flat tf'lliat *j*: Iro B-"WU'I.tal"


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alb TREASURY DEPARTMENT, FLORIDA, ) The Territory of Florida in Account Current with Charles Austin, Treasurer. Cn 1

TREASURER'S OFFICE, January 6th, 1H35. j 1634. ARREARS DUE BT TERRITOST. 1834.-: Balance t on-hand-1833. . . . $ 86 39
aq w Nov30. Paid Certificates atd Checks . . $1,01909 I Nov. 30. REVENCE 1832.
To the President: a-nil Legislative Council : TREASURY NOTES.-Paid (eru. for T. Notes, and Reed on Auditors Certificates. . . 2110<2
r0p for Notes redeemed ind partly burnt. . }i 681 061 AUCTION TAX 1832. "

o The undersigned respectively reports, that EXPENSE OP ELECTIONS.-Paid Auditors Check 4 Received on Auditors Certificate . 107
the annexed Account Current exhibits the principle transactions EXP. PROS. CRIMINALS WEST DISTRICT FLORID RETENUR 1833
tisliaJa Paid Certificates aut Checks. . . . 493 33 Reed. on Auditors Certificates . . 2,t 75 21 _
in his department of the Treasury, during the
ear to the 30th Ncvetnber last. I Auditors Cheats . . . . 424 78 on Auditors Certificates . .. 162681
From the Auditor of the Treasury, you will receive state- OFFICERS SALARIES. REVENCE 1834. ,
Paid their regular Salaries. . 8766 67 ) : Reed en Auditors"Certificate:?. . .. ,382 66j 7
rt tnents of the delinquents to the Territory, and of the claims Paid them extra condensation 1833 800 $ 1506( 67 AtCTlOSTAXI83t. I ,

Audited by him against it for the past year, and also Qf the I EXP. PROS. CRIM. EAST DST FLORIDA. 'Reed. on Auditors Certificates .. .. 19189} ,

f arrears due to, and from the Territory, prior to that time. Paid Certificates md Checks. . . . 56766 FINES AND FORtEJTtRES. ,
. From Report at the last Session of the 13th January EXPENSE THEASyHT DEP.RTMENT, 1831. Reed on Auditors Certificates: .. ... 13911 1
. my Paid Auditor's Cheeks.. . . . . 31 071 ARRE-ARS DUE TO TERRITORT.Kccd. .
r.req it will be seen, that there was in the hands of the Commissioncr EXP. TR03. CRIM. SOt'TRR'N. DIST. FLO. on Auditors Certificates . .. 12838. t '
of the City of Tallahassee, the sum of three Paid Certificate of Commissioners . 55 50 ;
hundred and Rcventy-six dollars and sixty-six cents. On EX!'. PROS. (HIM MIDDLE DIST FLO. '
a Paid Certificates Chicks . . 53977 : y
the 17th February, Turbutt R.Betton, Esq was removed INTEREST ACCOST-Pd. In '[. on Cert'y&. T. Notes. 1-27513 :

etolto from office as Commissioner, when he reported, and rendered REVENUE 183-2 r>d. Audt. Check of overcharges 9550

his accounts, showing a balance in his hands, of REVENUE 18J3-Pd. Audi. Check of overcharges. 80 00 I f

fifteen hundred and dollars and fifteen cents since EXP. TREASURY DEPARTMENT 1832. .
seventy Paid ere c k toVm.. Wi'.Ison's old bill. 4619J!\ i
beiepor which no Report has been made to this Department by the : Balance of cash in Treasury, this 30th Nov. 1831. 2035Dolls. \ ; ''

present Commissioner but recently, the late Commissioner Dolls. 85,782 46JCKAS. i
: :
$)72: '1 't
filed in this .office a receipt from Willis Alston, AUSTIN, Ten TTeT

3 Esq. Commissioner, for the balance in his hands, which Examined and founc correct. THO.. BROWN. Audt. II Treasurer's Office, TthalLassee.xer., 3Vth, 1834. i

tlso balance I have transferred to the account of said Alston.I "

mafll am informed, a Report with the proper accounts, will, in AUDITOR'S REPORT-No. I. i

a few days, be made to tho Council; showing the state .
cog and situation of the Tallahassee Fund. Shewing settlement' with the Territorial Treasurer for the fiscal year, ending 30th November, 183 4

)r soion. Rcspec'fully submitted, Ib 13. 1831.
Your Obd't. Serv't. Dec'r. 1, To balance renaming in the Treasury as per i Nov'r. 30, By am't paid'on Auditor's checks to 30th No-7 ..
it CHARLES AUSTIN Terr'al. TrcaV. Report of 3)h November, 1833, vember, 1831, { 94o31: ;
IS CI Amt Tiered into the Treasury during j| Ditto in redemptim of Treasury notes, 681 06$
idaylime the prescntFiscal; year, to 30h Nov. 1834, i 569511 i Ditto for expense, ProsecutingCriiniuals ) .
} AUDITOR'S OFFICE ,1 eteft Dist. in re- I
S 133 75
. ;
, } of Tre Com- .
ury [
..a TREASURY DEPARTMENT, Tallahassee, Jan. 6, 1835. mission-rs Certificates, J

: To the Hon. John Warren, : Ditto ditto Sonthe-n District, 55 50 ;

t toy President of the LtgiflattvCoKncil:- I Ditto; ditto Easten District, 8G 25
Ditto ditto Middle District, C7 81
t. Sir- The Auditor of the Public Accounts,

rock has the honor ,) Report to this Legislative! Conncil, the 313 3l
sta'o of the Finances lot the Territory of Florida for the It Interest on Treasury notes redeemed, 127 5H

4rurn fiscal vt-fli eiiHinjr the oOih November, 1834. /I Commissioners Certificates for arrears, 78 31 .
rc Balance now remaining; in the Treasury, 'JO 35 _
) / Exhibit, 'No. ) is:1 statement and settlement of Accounts -

Ras : with the\ Territorial; Tlc tsu-cr.' $5,780 43Dec'r. 85,782 43 '

No. 2 i neral of .B;-I.
Exhibit :o .1 g f statement the Revenueof !
' bet Territory, by which it vill be seen that only ('lcv,1JCcunties I !, To balan: t manning in the} Treasury on this 3 20 3: '
. day, rstxn'e !t\h'J. 5' II .
to have: rnadc returns to this department during the I: -- THO. BROWN, Auditor.Shewing .

last fiscal veal, vizThe Countiesnf U'aItonFranklirJuck.

','. be son, tTatlen! Lenn, Jefferson, Hamilton, Nassau, DuvalSt. AUDITOR'S REPORT'-No. 2.Krvenie .

nchpur. ('hl'sIn..l oMunroe, and that five only of those have :: the Amovnt of r >ceivd, arid the amo-im no\v due, from each County in the Territory and the expense of Pros'cutins

Tsar;< payment into the Treasury, viz: Franklin; Jackson, (jiurin ,1.' to.'hJMJ-i.f J) .tr"-t. fo.- t".e Fiscal I year priding: the I0? 'h November, 1834.

1<' *Lern' ,-Jefferson and Hamilton. The Couuties of Ks- .r1
cambia Wn Madison Alichua; Columbia Mu.s- I Tax Coleet I lax r-I, '1: Luc .Ietiue I ACCrsoNFEaa.. Tae re- Tax and trim' s in REMARK: !.
nr.lon J ,
Jey .
R c.urn.: charti... / J 1, r !' / ceived Yetl.tue forfer's e"chJ.dtst
A, asa :, ': nitro and Hilsborough, have made no returns of Taxes U'r7Jrid.Ut '--- --;--I--I, : t. I IEscamJia
of I to ibis Department; and it will also be seen thai there hi;is f.. / CI II'tt e; U I u u J II. 'U'I..__, .... .. } la 1"I 1"- ;'? 7j! .. .___ .__. --_ TT!
*-, been 10 Returns of Auction Tax of consequence exceptfrom return, 'I' I u" H A B. APen, 1:0 10 I U Ie r cc u cr I
e, ifou Cities of Pensacola and Tallahassee. t u u "U IC cc e: Ie \11ChilitJ 912 II U U IC H \
sur \'a1ton, No Colleet.r, 58 30 Ir Ie U U 5B 30 Ie U U U II U "i
I nant3 Exhibit No. 3, shows the amount which 1 hts been rP- \\ ashintgton. Xo return, I u tr U I u r. ,j" II U U cc II u u cr f

_' ceived into the Treasury on Account of Arrears during the Franklin, Joo. Duncan 419; 7a; A7 31.; OJ! 63 ,3 IC Ie IC II U Ie U Ie
with the amount due. \1. White l33, 87 5U1 67 J ZJ 00 :c U Jno. Sullh'an 1 _7 "If cr cc ct T. :\1.'Vhite paid 19t1t
last fiscal now .1I'eJud.Dist.'T. '
92 01 6jj 933 December, 183-1.
sea. Exhibit, No. 4, shows the situation of the Finances of Gads cn, Rob. Forbes, 876 72 II tf U U 87ti2 cc fC CC" cc H cc

was the} Territory, leaving,a balance in favor of the Territorycf R. J. Ihcktev, 190 Wi U II U U If
SOD $5197 90 1-2, not estimating the Revenue due from Leon, A. A. Fisher, 1,5:1 06 213 36 1'J1O :9 67.H hen1- Byrd, 0 1.2 cc /I IC cc U A. A. Fisher to be al.F. .
B. 'Vhiting e: u 1 50 f. Ie IC lowed for overchargesJefferson
seven Counties, from which no returns have: been received \V. C.Smilh, 719 22 ct U 500 6'18 5J3 j Ie u" u_.. CC.f U1adison
the :nd the Auction Tax, which is due from Auctioneers No return, ., U CI H c: cc U U U cc Ii" II \V. C.. Smith to be al-

uhf have not matte lenort to this Department, and which J. G. Smith, 13 ..9 2 f 9 10 2 OJ cc H" Ie U u" lowed for his commisHamilton
E'1tJud. Di, 482 91 signs, &.c. ,
t. 1-
theT. will exceed any amount of Treasury bill3, and Treasury Alachua, No return, ,. cr cc II U I. cc It fC U< ; II el II .
Commissioners Certificates, which may not yet have been Columbia No return f. u cr U Ie Ie II Ie f: U" II II 't CI r' .1"-."t."'.oc.J "
;net received, er any amount of claims against the Territory, Nassau: No Cvllect0r. m 61 CI II "u O'3 Gl e: "u Ie" I trDural :.: ; X
r which have not yet been Audited. So that it will clearly No Collector. 4Jl 461 U CI H U 131 4GA tf Ie "If "ee Ir u .- ,
c U C U cc U ct cc "
appear that the Revenue of the Territory is fully equal to Mo John's"quito,, Josh.N0 return Jovuer, 891 :291 "H t' :( 893 29} V. Sanchez,. 32 00 U IC cc II I U l\fr. Bracket informSt. ,,: "; Y

itl. : its expenses, if a faithful and prompt collection and payment I1lllshorough: No return t Ie Ie fI CC CI I U U J. B. B..nl3min U II 1 89 II II II ed the AudItor by !et= '*:. :' .
S'1I. Jif.l. dirt 406 57 ter, that he hid coHecMonroc .:,,
into the Treasury could be enforced, and to this: -.. -
h.U'So L. F. Braker j0) 18 U U u 7 OO J8 cc u CI CI u tell the taxes for Ion70IJi. -
subject respectfully call; the attention of the members I roe county, and would a
515 d't't; :; 27O 5 10; :j; 11; .ttlI7 3 3.9 533 Uij J-15S 17 r
the send them the
on, ef the Legislative Council. I would also suggest pro money
3d. pricty of changing the fiscal so that it would end The Central Bank Florida,I _\ u -339-8;) I I -u711 I- wil ,by Cot Fitxpatrtck.r .
Total, 57'"" -b L"L 311it :'5i .;1r 17 ; ; 395)3: .tj3 1\: .
duriiigJ yR/,session of the Legislative Conncil, instead (as .

;k- .. at presentjIpnHhe) 30th day of November. THO. BROWN, Auditor. ,w- J

It ... Very respectfully, AUDITORS REPCRT,-No. 3. .': ..;.

Jill :." Your most Obd't. Serv't. Showing the amount of Arrears due to the Territory, prier to the 30th November, 1833. With the amount since paid, and the amount 'r::'

'IS THOS. BROWN, Auditor. now due, and the situation- thereof. T".A" ;iAre

:roe E s N ames. I eSIGeOce.. 1 I Oill ceo (:io.30, 103 due:;I,Amonn bc pd. Ann. now/. / R emar k s. -:_' :.".::. ; ': :' ,

4 James Pendleton, I EscamlJia County, Tax C)!I. 3 4R7 lIH 3" u 8 un 1u} In.olvent, PrincIpal and Secun's.pd.in[ the Tres. .o}.. f.' '
Robert T. White, E3J''ue County, Tax Cot 93 :31 93 3-1 U U ColI. by G. Walker, Esq. U. S. Dist. Att'r. and "\ ;. .:J :., .-
57 7t3 12 1 209 45 Claim in the hands Mr. Walker to col1ect. ? '
Wm. S. Mouring, Jackson County, Tax Cot 1,052 } .. \\i' .
CI u Claim in the hands of Mr. Walker to collect. ; :;; :. r .
Aaro A. G. Mays, Jackson County Tax: CoI. 2:15: 421 2.15 42)) ..
d Nicolas! Mitchell Walton County: Tax CoI. 29 85 29 8J "cr Collected by Mr. Walker and pd.into the Trsr'y: .a : t. :

: J. G. Avice, St. Johns County, TaxCoI. 2J6tH; Arr. baI.
1C.ct Sam Ie u" 109 90l v.1833 9JO 471} 1 4
Same, appointed for Musquitto County 601 15j cc .
I"to '
. Daniel C. art, (IDuval CounTY Tax CoI. 1919 99 00 9296 In the hands of Thos. DouglassV. S. Dist. Att'y 1.

John Price, Duval County, Tux Co!. 261 83, 176 27 85 5tH East Dist, to collect. ...'., ,r
Waters Smith I late Mar. Ea:;: Dist.j( U 2..qa 9H If" 2SR 9H """ .. ; t
d F. D.Pons Admr. of A. Hudsl1. Escheat. If 215 45 It U 215 45 i th
I A. Adair, late Marshal Mule District U 276 11 /I 27tJ 11 Put .n the hands of the late J. R. Campbell, U.S. iiI:: ,. ::4 1 "- ;
. ;1 '
Robert C. Lester, Gadsden Coul1ty. C. S. Crt. &t 16 u" 46 16 District At'Y to collect. 4. '. w
; Davis Floyd, late Territorial Treas II 1,668 51 1,668 51 u U Setl'd. by Audt'r.&Tres'r. bat due pd.byE xecl's. ; \ ..,:;
:IiI t Ben Chairs Leon County, u" 110 96 110 96 "ff Paid into the Treasury by Maj. C ores.. "M..- :\':.. '
Aucteer. 2-1 U U 18 24 .;. '"
JI Joseph R. Betton, Fayette County, 18 -
Cornelius Taylor, A'lcteer. 19 49 cc U 19 .190ntane :::I+ ': / .
P. J F Key West, Aucteer. g6 OI "rc 26 Ol. : t' :
o, A. Patterson, Key West, Aucteer. 398 65 U U 398 65 but no receipt furnish to this department cl ;:'...,'. .''-' '
.. P. C. Green, Key West, Aucteer. 52 15 cr" 52 15 payment to the Jail Commissioners. art .
d E d. Van Evor, Key West, A ucteer. 161 43 rc rc H 1 43 J ...; t
A. G. Philips, Duval County, Tax Col. 257 32j u" 257 32J} -r.:. '
.. W. Exum Marshal 'V. Dis.t. e; 569 97i cr Ie 569 97i These amounts are for Fines and Forfeitures re7&s. ".
T. Esfon Randolph, Marshal Mid. DlSt.cC rc 368 83J cc fC 3GB H3J ported by Clerks: 01 Co rts. Some of which .T ..t.rii1i.L.
"u u cr have been 'remitted and both these gentlemen ., :; ;f.:
S. E. Mathers, Jefferson County, 3 50 3 50 / ': ) 1 "
.. R. D. Fontane, St. Jonn's County, Aucreer. 13 91 ct fC 13 9-t have claims In theIr hands against the Tent'John } -- ,'- ?
k ,. Sullivan, Jackson Count, Aucleer. 3 15 3 fC u J to cover these sums, charged against them. / :; .
t -"" The State of GeorgIa, 8 60 cc 8 60 .. / < '. "" .
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) #38 -. $7,53804 ; 4,61383} THOS: BROWN, Auditr' :_ -. .

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i Shewing the amount due to, and from the Territory, on the 30th November, 1834. % .. J V., .
1 J. _-; -.
1834. *O x.
". I Nov. 30. To amount due from the Territory, on 9 90} Nov. 30. By bal. remaining in the Treasury the S 20 3* 't-
} 3,387 1834 See No. 1.
J Auditors Checks outstanding, 30th :Nov. Report I
y Bah in favor of the Territory 5,197 90} 11 Amount of Revenue as per returns 3,4/17i !
iJI 30 Nov.1834yet due&un pd. ) s'fi XsY, Y ,
Amount Auction yet due > See No.2. 3 39
t Amt.Fines&Foifr's.yetdoe) 06831 .
Amount of Arrears yet due 13.
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idents>h re, and strangers at a dUtanc In thisit sir it is left for I S '
now at tlis late
you, like the
period, *re wfthin sir hare forfeited all claims .
i will be my power you UNION D NL
our endeavor monster that feeds
: to give COKECCT upon humu stir the to forbearance
FLORIDIAN STITE- misery, to up ,there is no extenuating circumstances, Thui the 4i'
KUTI, not with ornament, but m 'a plain way. embersand endeavor to fan the dame of discord and thai can justify you; Then Sir fovour me with a h&tapped deb t his freD

aAmua. WAQWS. We leave the brilliancy of figures to more accom- bitterness, with a view to pronotc by its fury, your call be to give celebrity to your "prtUf 16ll," and it shall Saying "dear a you libtIy may depend lodc! !
) plished hands. The own private and vicious ends. Why do do this &'m now in _
of the you and : _
patronage public is Mr. Wyatt has circulated a report in all the I'm want must b bO14.T
TURDAY JANUARY 17. solicited Do you expect to elevate yoarself by such acts in II Counties aie t pay a debt F
and needed. No exertion shall be on the Georgia line, among the owners of
;ft ed spar- .the public estimation, and crish me, your political II cattle that I have been the cause of the repeal by I dunned, b y days been due

lJlt'Ve[ arc still without a Northern on our part,to make our paper an entertaining opponent,by such persecutions! Suppose, sir,I was II Congress, of laws taxing-non-residents cattle. But now you I not when last we rj r

the evil will cease there is no tel- correct, and useful journal. t 9 ransack the news papers in Florida and republa To this sir, I reply, that this statement is false, the must-what can you do?"
When lish all the w its-self published last spring, "circulated this rejort -
exploded calumnies that "The
week for matter far have
do appeared hard
shall next time are
What we with higher authority than the word of man. my friends are low
The Pensacola against you, the same vicious views any &
elevate My
Gazette of to
the ,
.eoh ton. Heaven only knows. Our stock of 10th inst. contains : myself and prostrate you-wiat would the 1 was asked my opinion by some tax collectors, and The r rlton Bank crop i still unsold.

.- disasters," "murders," and "suicides," I the following notice of the present Legislative I,say? Would they not laugh with scorn, and place people the : others in East Florida, about the nature of thi's law, wil soon, you know' bnh. '' ,,
lrTibk Councilin who were subject to fine and imprisonment if !i'SkBlll8uat per cent unfold' '
: This week we are indebted which deserved compliments are paid toseveral seal of reprobation upon such conduct as bring contemptible they And but '
not nil
exhausted. I enforced the law of the Council in relation ihen. I
to can
and tax
rlt dlSgra.ceful-weud!
of its members but it net, in short be Comply with I
on that he this
columns for the ; \
two or three upon non-residents-cattle and I it your friendly
for a gross insult to the people 3ut sir in negroes, gave freely I
Wyatt it
nust hope therefore "lmin .
!ir. writes for you,
: the information of those around him I I have said and that there you will rely
friend Col. White, merely to fill up. be tolerated, because your "prominent so. Again now say, W'asno good reason Upon
say honest
fJ of our controversy, we fear, will be like a the editor omits any notice of the members of why continue to introduce the names of those why this law should be "nullifieJ." It was against my wor-g morning" fh
ttuer.jhe the interest of of the citizens
into large portion
gentlemen a
that private between
side for Col. White and County. We will, therefore,presuming that dispite us?-Can of this whilst it benefitted This And thus they each his
:- hindle, all' on one : it add to your merit, or can tIe people have in- Territory, none. Two parted way
[ffrjcnds decline a continuance oi it. his modesty has lead him to overlook merit so near terest in it, or do you think lodireci my attention any to law has been of long standing, and was passed under In their trubled, discontented souls':

: home, mertly remark that Mr. Walker is a new them If you do, you will be much mistaken. I am i he: sanction of Congress. But sir,.the most laughable But fihle purse no silvery ry,
too old trailer in thing is that you say that you "did not know thatch perhaps with
member politics t) be turned of Uthundern
The Circus and Jtfcnagerie.-Our town whose talents as a Legislator are yet to way when I am in full chase of old out my su a law existed" and that you had no knowledge Theyjointiy! prayed while hoJeJ".
an !
It is
stag Ere
enlivened for the last few days, by the pre- be tried, but will no doubt endeavor redeem you, sir, that I am defending myself against and i* sf Congress having repealed it. Then sir, you must That either tar had time to ramblef
on the
Of the Baltimore Menngerie and Circus, the trust imposed in him by his constituents. Of is you, and yon alone, I will aofd! responsible./ kdmit the truth, when I tell you, that you have not Be borne the wings of 1Jghtni", might
te been a faithful of Florida A law long
You "if I had representative expected Gamble.
& Co. It will continue Mr. Blount say seen the papers exhibited to the '
Hobby we that he has been
French can truly
,oed fc say Senate before I was forced ii the war, I should never passes Congress for Florida, effecting the immediate The .
toWI! for a few days only, and the lovers of na- tried and not found wanting. His labor as a member have endorsed Wyatt's pipers."[The charges.] !interest of the whole people, a nd you did not know Bv stage was watched with anxiol eye

history will do well to embrace the opportu- of the Finance Committee, was the means of After publishing the letter cl Mr. Donaldson;you it. Where was you when this law passed Was And o'thos Wvfeil their pockets light t
'ral on and you seeking the office from the President, aboutwhich card the lentbeneJ
go :- .
a collection Animals, which has saving to the Territory a considerable sum in the say "felt and solicitude At disappojnuents Sh
yof"iewing About this time I called oa the President, and he you expressed some or were cruel bri.ht.
en equalled in this city only on one oCC sion.bc .- settlement of the affairs of the late Davis Floyd, : handed me several letters to rsad, in which I had I you gone to Italy to gratify your curiosity" We But dd they look for billetdenHx'slNo

several and all the satisfaction of want truth upon this subject, not such low groveling fK lette.r (rom their friends
Circus contains spirited equestrians on occasions he has always been found alive seeing myself outrageously abu-: divided t
11 sed by the Governor and his friends. It aoj..ears subterfuges as these-try it again sir, and next hut as eaeh'one knows, t
onf, whom t rank first, Madigan, Johnson andMadiganin to the interests of his immediate constituents as I afterwards learned, that the old gentleman, i time tell us the truth, "the whole truth." "Fear not"' Who o'er the Urion Bank presided.

bold and daring feats of horse. and of the Territory at large. having his double spectacles on, had laid his hand I Truth is a consoling shelter to honest men, even in

nearer to the performances ofwaN "Last lion the private and not the pubic bunde: and 1 was trouble; but to the disregirder of it, a terror. Will Association was so great .
IDllbip, comes up Monday began the annual session of In tJus
our reading what the French you promise to reinstate this law, and thus protect delay which
call his
. I none blame
"correspondence can
: ], who has few equals, than any other who Legislative Council at Tallahassee.will doubt- : particutair." I determined thar the charges should our own citizens if elected I am pledged to tiP so. That sonic with almost addled

exhibited in this place. The companying i iluerued is less sit, as usual, until the last day allowed by Law be investigated and I prefered "new charges." You say that I "sot a trap far you." again, says you Thou -ht Gable! Bank and hills orate the

excellent band of musick, and has for its ephemeral existence. It is gratifying to Again you way "if I had seen Col.R 'V'VilJiam's "I got rid of this gut!trap by increasing the members to At lntl, he came, tho' lon( dctined sm
by perceive from the names of the members elect, letter, (this found in the private bundle) before I en- : the Council. Then sir,"give me credit for this I hw, An/ny fate unbending, stern:decree,

so fir liberally patronised by our citizens. that the Council, is, this year, of a better material dorsed Wyatt's charge, or become committed, I "increasing the member., since my 'trap" forced you thousands with their pun,s dr incd
should.never have been in such I to !do your duty. Why sir, such are my feeling of AH shouted "welcome"
than usual. Col. Warren, the President of last a scrape. Again, manfully .
that I
: Bank into philanthropy, would keep setting'trap for
The Union went operation onfkrsday you "I had not then seen the letter of Col. A. '
is again returned and it is say
last John Parkill, Esq:-- has been year, candidate for the, Chair.supposed will be Belamy, and Mr. John Belamy, which gives the lie you all the time, if such would continue to force youto Core now, ye, who wer. long denied '
again a
Smith The
Judge a just sense of recliin
duty to
to of Mr. I your even one you pleasure of a
one Wyatt's charges" in the peaceful mind
; ; tJecttd Cashier, Thos. Brown, Esq. Teller, and who may now be considered an old member, is, breath say, still alluding to the "pr you L'ale bindle"next"I'' from your present despicable condition, to the path of Th.' Bank is open, supplied '

Mr.Veech Book-deeper. The officers of the also re-election. Col. Fitzpatrick who did soS did tot then agree in all respects with those gentle- I rectitude, if I thought such a "g-dl trap" would force And many Bills already\ei signed.

Bank have been employed\ for several day inparing much, a few sessions past, to bring order out of men, and insised that they (meaning thoe letters) you to it. And when you get somewhat content

and signing the bills, some of which a rein the chaos of the public accounts, is the member : Weie not sufficient reason why the chargesshould not But sir, you have been pleased to make some insinuations WW Bills pew *ucd, neat a clever,
of weaMi. I admit sir Give
our ,
from Munroe County; and Mr. Downing, (not be investigated Here sir, Ii a direct coatradiction respective up your hearts to merriment
? WaJy circulation. The arrival of Cot Gam- in assertions "did that you have more wealth than I have, bin I have And sliotit-ihc Union :
the Major, but in all respects his equal) represents your own you not thei ygrtetcith Bank
[ President of the Bank, was hailed with thrsc gentlimcn" and "did not their st always been tought to believe that wealth formed no forever.'V.
fe,the L the district (f Mosquito. What confound-ing yet you sa ate- part of the man. You have been fed out of the pubic .

111 tue most lively testimonials of satisfaction by our things are names The name of this county, t for mints knew how what could had you said disagree 1 To with them unless t crib from the first day you put your foot in Florida --=---- .
; jrtiiens t and we understand that a public dinner instance, should be altered forthwith. No change you lute falsehood upon a man by his own prcve words an in abso-the by fare and by f-jnr means, whilst I have had to Twenty Dollars Reward. ;

ml be offered him in consideration of the service could be fur die worse. We would suggest Gal- SlIme letter, would be enough to putan ordinary man l labor for the support of a numerous family, and be *'veP for the apprehension
contend too against the combined influence of office a Negro I
Rattlesnake '
limpper, thing would be bet the blush 1 will
) to but Harrison
IrVich now by own letter :
rendered this his prove :
he by ycur to Dr. J.
community : cxIcnionsin holders. But longing
sir, mark those words if I
am h ,who White
than head
ter remember
Mosquito.Ve that when the written at the time to me, that you did see the letters absconded ,
establishing an Institution which pro $ name was! bestowed it was jocularly said that Gen. of: Col. Williams before you "endorsed the charges." poor I am honest. What I have gotis my own. I Jackson on the 7th January last plantation on Lake I
: Harrison S
[mises so much for the planting interest of the Hernandez and Mr. Peter Mitchell, gave it this Mark the IcUcr cf Mr. Donaldson-ycu have care- do not assail in the laws of the my countryand my Gnd by bn-ht niulattoe, :feet 0 or 10 inches highstout mad.isa ,
: feasting luxury unjust slavery fellow
upon ana
icountrr. This sudden influx ol( solid capital l can- repulsive cognomen, to keep off the land hunters, fully left out its date! I have a copy of this leter: man! my walks cumsily. it is supposed hee will make fo .
marked by yourself it is dated the 7ti December Co: xJitOj
'4 |jI"t fail, if prudently expended, to advance the who were then beginning to overrun the country. iboO.; and! on the 11th; of January, 1831,a few week, You charge me with having excited the "low and plantation, or to Apply to Air HENRY John Turner, on the !
-Col.: Bellany who served President of v idgarprejudicc" of the against whilst BOND.
as ,
and Jan 17
jiperity of the country develope its resourjs. afterwards, you say in a letter to meI have: seen : 33-3 w-pd. .
Council for several are in the same breath lavishini a'mst
years but declined a election the Private Se'retlryeverallimes since I you ; rrlgt/r
( The prosperity of Florida is njw placed on last year, is again returned from Jefleison!: County.The last, I suspect he has seen from the papt'TJthe wrote letters you upon me, thus committing, yourself, the act complained NOTICE. *
und basis. The planter will now obtain I of. I lJ> y any I
representation from Leon, Gadsden, and Jack;: who made the reports against you. Again, in ano ,. ON sllnl9l to the huh.
that the entertain this such bidder
: oney on reasonable and accommodating terms, son Counties, is very respectable! and Washington therby the same mail, you say "Col. R. W.W. of the or views, A man people of refined on honor subject should any not then cst a beautiful pair HORSESJan. .
your *.
:' enable i him to purchase more ands and make one of the new'districts, sends Mr. Mitchell corner is your accuser;/ and on the 18th of January contiuue to represent "lew and vulgar peoyfe" altho' 17 23-1 J' HACKLEY.

.. erc impjovcments, and each year will add in a We think it is Columbia County that is represented 1331, you wrote me 11 the JI'oshinglonJan.foliowing letter :l&i- 1831. you are capable of insulting them with such feelings. NOTICE.

ratio lo the rich by Col. Gad Humphreys whose name cannot DiR SIR Since the You chaajre me again with having made, in my IX
[pnogrcsssivc proJuct soil of letter "Vceks
our fail to call up many pleasurable associations: in the appearance your ; circular, th. first attack upon you-I deny the charge, S after date, (as the largest creditor) I
to his Excellen.y: things have I J I
changed here.
lllrcady the crop of middle Florida yields the the is before the I their shal apply for Letters of
minds of his old l friends here. Of Mr. Putnam believe the iletefmmaiion; is to drop him and paper people, appeal to good the of on
('eni 'Vm T.
nnual sum of one million of dollarfij and have sense if there is any thing in it that will justify your Kilbt, (decd
,-. we may we heard much that is flattering arid nothing i sire me for writing to you the letter I dil at Tallahassee. !- JNO.

. Inloly calculate that the increase will be twenty that is otherwise. As we write fir the information I .-There is no doubt but what an attemp course." You made a personal afack upon me "at Marian in, January O. SEWALL.
.. st': before foot shore, do not 23-6
you put your
upon y
of those around it will : was ma.t"! to smother invesiigation -
he by
"'retnt for several .vcars to come. us, not expected L denouncing wait for answer, but follow it with increased
that! we shoule thing of our : you. It has been intimated to me that a l letter wit up L. O S T .
say any own representatives. bitterness My circular written in of
I was a spirit
: The Court Appeals has been adjourned(} from Several others might ho named, and CI" be writti n to you. to say that I inaue uniavorabl'. personal respect for you. My object in speaking of ON: the Isflnst. PocketBook, either in Talaa.
impressions. If vou such a letter from head see or its vicinity
them the public's old and tried Iriend Priest get the relations betwen and myself ;in the containing one hnndrd
to day in the absence ef among II fcuow you paper, nve
y a quorum,-Judge quarters yon may the object. There can be no or ten. dollars in Bank Notes, and
of Alachua shOuld not be was to show, that I should not have been a candidate many valuable
;;: riJ, arrived on Thursday but as Came- doubt that an attempt was made to stop investiga- '\P r. A liberal reward will be
Judge given its
if had not declined. That the of r upon de-
But what of all thi? Qui bono ? To have 4 4 you you was cause i ,
: onnorant !ion by threats and abuse. The Governor and very either to Robert J,
is still detained Hackley, or to ihesubscri.
t Ja by id health and as there is no Council would be to l he cursc-d with i .1 Col. R. Williams, were buisy in telling what I had my offering. bcr, J.F.CHARLEY. .
iU When I under honest belief
T, "H?ect of the arrival of Judge Webb, it is pro ()ant legislation, and yet it is to l he teared that and what I had not said., &c..-(signed- that I was was promoting supportingyou the public good an, I was then- Jan.10 222Trustee's ti

that t.he only effect of having an intelligent Council J S S. M. WHITE." --
., the court will be finally adjourned on in your estimation,a"hig'i minded,strong commonscnscwn.
da} next and business postponed until the vill be that we shall have: too much !legeslalion\ ,andjxperience Now, sir, you will see how plain facts will put a ." That these letters written to Gen. Jackson Sale.
read the
las: proved that this is the gieates: : nan down- following against me were "bate sal/Jers"-yon vouched for it, By or an appointment made by the Ho
January term. To the Honorahle Senate of the United States:- ourable thc Jud-e of the

re Misfortune. Will our law: makers never OJMMI their GENTI.KMKN-taccuse '.V In. P.Duval of mal Now the case is altered; you are my opponent-these: the County of Leon, Florida, I Superior to .el

We have received the fiist number of the yes to the gross impolicy and crud injustice 1 to administration and corruption in office, heretofore, letters are all true. you charge me now with being"illiltmlt" t the highest bnlder! at public shal, tt Tallahassee proceed on
he people, of passing such a multiplicity: of laws: and to submit find the 7th of
prepared specuLation
am :
proof day
dsonvi'l' E. F. Courier. poor, and not respectable. "It is a mis- February next, the descrih-
It is following
( ) a handsome lil- -piling Pclioii upon Ossa, as if they were con- '' in support of the charges. Dated -12th December, fortune"' be in colision with such rd property, heretofore conveyed by Thomas & ,

sheet md we trust will receive a liberal support tending with light and knowledge, and involvingn II 1831.: (signed) JOS. M. WHITE." man." You you say again, to have been pleased to allude to a Hnr to tne late John Y. Garey, in trust to satisfy a

' that enterprising and flourishing portion of our i i utter darkness the rule which ii to govern; Now sir, what does this show, it shows, that you my former avocations as a mechanic -bricklayer," .Mt. cue by the said Thomas Heir to Messrs Betlon

. men's rights and which to be ; Q wrote to me on the 14tl January 1831, that R. W.Wil'iams and Emory viz : the East half of
;e '"erritory-we make the following fro ought ns l plain a I that I will bespatter you, not with morter but l'vithmud. the South East
extract l language can make it ? It has been frequently was my accuser-that the Priva'e Secre- ." quarter of Section twenty seven, And lhe-North
;ts cJitorial colums. said I nrv had sun thc paptrs, and on ihe l'th! December, of the East half of lhe North East hal
that vicious.. This of
our legislation: If this he thecase course of conduct sir, may be tolerated by quarter :

TO THE PUBLIC. it is so, only because we have too much I Igisla le 183"! ,Her you wrotand had, prefered the let-er these of charges Col. Williams nearly a your "promijients,'' and those men who consider "of- thirty four, both m Township two, Range one, Nor
year you seen and East of the Meridian
With this number we the lon.;! It is better to suffer the ills : fire the spoil of victory" whose minds are callous to and containing
commence publica growiugmt awl announce to me that he was Sir red and .
my j acres of Land Stock v;
But with all liberal itonlHf' discarded twenty together with
' : lion) ala weekly paper in Jacksonville East Flori- o of a lid: law, than to have two or three lawson : this is about the tenth falsehood, including those inny justice men, and sundry articles of husbandry.EDWARD .
the of
; ; and our readers may, witUjjreat propriety, the same subject with the certain iuconveneiice m other letters, that I have proved upon you; you in treachery as offspring and "bespattered1'a revengeful not passion with ,"steeped m!"- CHANDLER, Trustee. cr
,,; CIvecl to he informed, what are the ptinciples u-- l of being obliged to interpret them all, and should blush then sir, for the credit of your friends'p btr with ingratitude. R. J. HACKLET, Auctioneer.

rlf:: iii which it is to be conducted. Some will wish to he probability of being able to deduce from them who have so manfully, heretofore, stood up for you I, You gross j Jan. 3 21-td r
:;. know what nre our political sentiment*,-whether -Ii no rule of conduct whatever. In thort (and xvc I if you yourself, are calbus to veracity. But I am nc tdoie I know the misfortune of being: in ro'i-iur.' with -

er are in favor of or opposed! to, the present speak it with the utmost deference and respect) when yet I sir, upon have this wilfully subject. I speak and advisedly, !: such a man. In contests with nob'er! adversaries }'ElALE SCHOOL.

: wional( AJmimstration-Lank or anti-bank men, the greatest good that could be done by the pre.. the say character you and facts misguided, as contained, in representcd Mr.Viliiams' S.-. U implements' of honorable' warfare only would be: THE next ter School charge of the

''Jnionista or Nullifiers,-whether we shall sup- sent and two or three succeeding Councils, would \ letter and vlien I sall! hereafter i it': .U employed, but with him, I dare only to expect to be: will resume its duties on the first sb

'lie doctrines of the Constitution general- be, t.o do nothing.FOR. by the letter itself, I shall perhaps only add prove something 5- 1 bespattered with mud. day in January. It is strongly! advised thatpupil be.
I have those remarks sir. to show to
only quoted entered llm
at commencement of the .
"rstood and else to this catalogue of falsehoods.
expounded endeavour
or to un- i
In relation to the letters of Col. A. and the world what you are, and what ingratitude a man I is expected that the Tuition fees of the
< our present form of government, by ad- THE FLORIDIiK. Belamy can be capable of. A man, for wios interest, I haverreatlv w paid before the commencement of the laten
Mr. John I am authorized! that : b .
imjj measiuea which have, in the opinion ofe .To The Hi. Joseph M. White. Belamy, to say von I impaired my private fortune. For whose in- J. H. TYNG.
assertions in relation to them mali.ious falsehoods.
an injurious nnd dangerous Wet are I- crest: 1 have toiled hours and nights set for the
tendency. SIR-I hare received yoar letter in the last Ploridian L- They never knew, or did either of them allude II- : apart J3cc.27 20-tf. S.

once,-\ce do not intend to pnblith apoliticalr. -\vlthoutdate or place, but I presume it was to any charge made by me, point to the facts i in ; ordinary repose of man. For whose interest I have; NOTICE C 4
It is be made lasting and bitter enemies. Now to the
to neutral in .? prove
( !
Vaionalpotitics. Our the and the letters stand convicted
written soon after that dated 5ih Dec. 1834. I charges, or -
mns shall always be am reptile, thus nursed and fostered in my bosom. Hasty hereby given that I shall apply to the Judge of .
to and calumniator.
oppn temperate somewhat surprised to see in it an increased determination as a reflections upon those facts sir, "mihit estrange the IS the County Court of Hamilton six
'ly discussion! of'the The charge to which the Mr. Belam "s' alluded! I County,
great subjects: connected to continue your vile tirade of abuse, false more credulous from human concord! whilst the phi wcelcs after date, for Letters of Administratifi on the
n our political' drawn out either by Cot.
. ., institutions. And, in this, we was you or Humphrey's, with views however look: UNDERWOOD
lanthropist higher late
show : hood, and treachery against me. It seems as though the name of Mr. J. Belamy with something may of said Coun-
no partialiry.Te reserve the right to connecting them human frailties. For I am L deceased this the 6th of
: upon as my part ty, day December 1834.
is with those keen about the Indians them I
; 2Q as their fitness and propriety. your apptliU sharpened self-re- you sent to me, presume consoled with the knowledge of 10ample means to JAS.DUNCAN.Dec. .

:_ ''!e find Ourselvesina healthy and flourishing preaches, that will ever bring forth the true character for publication unfounded which and I refused to do, believing repel your poisonous arrows, and make them fall[ 6th ISM. (17-61
)". .aionof the countn',-*iih extensive means of the man, to one of two extremes, which arc, that was charge" against, so being not willing to endorce i in r- harmless at my feet come from what quarter they 4:
respectable a man,
' tonciive enterprise,_with facilities a populaton: either to that which will rouse an honorable mind to which! yor you admit he said that "the father of that report will. An honest may, like the true religion,appealsto NOTICE.WILL '

Dot dense, hut united in cffi.rts to improve their i igh-actions: of chivalric magnanimity, or to drive, by' is'a liar and the truth does not abide in him." fides the in understanding the internal evidence of just men of his, and own modestly conscience.con be sold at Auction, on th first fair nights,. :

I "vantages: for business, and advance the intellectual -I the other, the dishonorable, to the shelter oi coni But sir, I deny having authorized you to charge The employs deceit, vulgarity and ingratitude assortment of very superior Engraving -

. and moral character( ihc'Territory.te i tempt.: In mv first letter, I protested against entering Gov. Duval 1 with corruption, such a charge I never ,imposter in the place of virtue and honorable actions ; at my Auction Room. *'

tad. ourselves not in a great ., hut in"B thri- I with you into private personalities now admit yoursuperiority made. My charges are I before me, they were published "imposes silance when he cannot convince," by such January 10th 23-lw R.J. HACKLEY.ADMINISTRATOR'S ._
in the Floridian. refer to them then this
,:. 1'101 trade toWn1 under municipal regulations, where in a Billingsgate controversy. That writer must bn your own charge. Have you proved; itor did ,means, and propagates! his character weak b yand NOTICE.

": active, industry occupied, and useful fadli attained the highest honours in his profession, you, tncanly shrink fron: its responsibility and wicked duplicity. It is no time now.however.to regret indebted t the estate of Bax,. Q.
tS afforded abused friendship, all this may yet be for the -'st, ALL persons
wemselves to induce discerning: men to locate and bore off in triumph the palm of infamy, and took i wish now to screen yoursell from the responsibility! the great end of earthly acquirement, the ptblic good, ALiER,are requested to make !immediate pay
for mechanical, commercial and of presenting mine, which only charged him with ment and those having demands against said estate,
pro. calumniator. If shall !
f wional the first degree as a you ketp may be served b? a full exposure of both of our true t:'
,: business. to rule and whichwas in .
mal-practice, (practice contrary ) will render them duly authentctd.WILLrA > kiC
soon and claimwith characters, to sink or rise by the force of public virtue
will become his
on sir equal, can
you I
considerable evidence but disinterested .
Adm'r.Nov. .
i not
extent of that portion of the proved, by mypVt.n: by which I most confide cause, ,
4 Territory known as East Florida, has no news- great propriety, the title of a modern Billings and respectable! witnesses. But sir, if you with, to self consciousness cheerfully, of having done my my duty. 15th ) (4tw Wit the Will anne xed ,

** piper panted within its limits. Public gate. should, however, C'ontenilihal I did authorize you, WM. WYATT. I

-r;:: jww. w require a public press on the St.convenience John's ri- I have been advised by many of my friends, I to I that you were saving in my thai employment you were not.trnr'hy, I will; then I JUS11 f your lymvseifbv For Sale by ..uctio.

!t. Ita >n excellent its borders treat this letter, with that merited contempt, whichit PLANTERS occupied
jnaviCal w ,- are Jii're." Thai if the PuBlic will forg1me for laking THE HOTEL
"productive as the majority ofland in the South- certainly meets with from every honorable and such a man into my employment I "It ill promue never 1IIAII1NE5LIST. Thomas at present by

?section of the United Stales-a hardy popu- high-minded man, that reads it. But, sir, I have considered to do so o<*ain." Mr. Kidder Moore, well known a one of the best

Qtion are needing the information which can be that as you are one of the oldest Colonel, But sir' to the "private bundle," you say that the situations for a Public House ,now in Tallahasse,
Clbtai"ed Prt'sidt'nt'ga'e a private bundle" of letters to PORT OF ST. MARKS. will be offered at Public Sale on the premises on
only through such a channel; and to a of the regimen of Colonels in Florida, doubtless, too, you mis Monday the 12th January 1835, at The
STOWing read, in the place of a public one, through a 12o'dok
taule >country, bent on improvement, and hon with a military coat en," but not spirit enough to do take. You made extracts from them of all the private House is in good order with every accessary-con

e iiul enterprise, the press must come in as a pow- honor to the regiment, whilst I am only a plain private abuse they contained against me, and have now' ARR1TED, venience attached to it, a particular description of

3Uxiliary. is and it but took renot to extractor Jan 15th Pandora Rca to J. G.Putnam IronSavannah. 11 the is deemed unnecessary as 11 presumedany
in the ranks, that the difference too great, republished you good c brig property I
TheCounty and Courts for this Coun wouldit disposed to purchase a property rapidly increasing
Superior S off publish what they contained against you ; s
much stand dignityI
bold too against me, to upon my
/ in value will examine it and for
'. their regular semi-anual sessions here.a .- not have been more honorable for you to have handed i- judge
t IS will therefore, as usual in self-defence, endeavorto --u- !
port of entry.-It has accommodation back those "private leUtr"l"Vhen you: "learn themselves.

, nPPine-' _It has a good good inland trade, and aiIH repel, by truth and argument, your abuse and vulgarity ed" that they were not intended for public use, was: SLOOP TRANSLATION, Terms of Sale-One lhrd cash, the balance on a ,
j and with Interest the
;: a good market for the productions of an ex thus brought to your aid, to supply the place* it not violating p.-ivate confidence to use them as.you" Green Master. For freight or credit: of of sale.one two years R-,J. from Anc.Tallahasse .

; -wsive !trac.t of constant of truth and those honorable means in a politic did Can any gentleman, even your "pymtnents ri Charter, apply to day Dec. 6 HCKLEY.
country.-There are [ -
other that __ ,
than _
hardihood thing,
have the to any
toaunub1Cations. by mails, ships, and a steamboat. warfare, that every gentleman resorts to. it dishonorable act.say Suppose I hand out thro Capt. GREEN.Jan. N. B.-60 Shares Central Bank Stock for sale by
in short, iti like The first thing I shall notice, will be the extractsof was a j 17 23.1!'
.t many other thriving places a mistake, to my neighbor' a ten dollar bill!I when I ; RJ.a
, l\n we South and West, with good advantages for letters, purporting to have been written by Ci)l. only intended to give him a one dollar bill, and he

a andalthough[ comparatively in its Williams and Gen. Searcy, in the heated contest l between it for his private purposes,would nol this be rc buses Notice.ON LEON COUNTY, FLORIDA.In .

I in Inc7..destined,in all human probability, to grow Gov. Duval, you, and mjrse4f. These extracts ftry? But sir you are fond of referring to I "precedents1' Saturday the 24th iniU I shall hire to the the County Court of aid County.

Thia lResa, and progress in political importance. sir,you veil know, were furnished me by yourself, to justify your own and conduct referring: should to justify"pa highest ladder, until l the 1st day of Decembr James Edwin Stewart, )
rule by
S we say for our location. We know IcW8papen three years ago, which I published together with the mine redt':"by" the same must not ,complain, when I shew your that next, five Negro Men and five Women, unles VI > Attachment,
--t are springing up in all sections of the charges made by yourself and others ; and also, n ay] you wrote false and slanderous publications against men should be previously hired out. The womenwill Edward BarnwelU )

0 ..U1I.1 i and that some are feebly supported evidence what I him be positively the bidder on Defendant and others concerned, are'notied
'. very charges and the complete, to prove L your former opponent, and afterwards gave a put up t te THE
'., ODe tmng} R. J. HACKLEY.Talahu of said Attachment and are required .
we named the ,
; are certain,-we trespass upon had said in them, with'suitablc remarks. This was statement that you had no agency in them. ave day. issuing

--.. 1 2rescnptlve! rightswe ony! ask our share/ done as well for your defence as for mine ; allS I am aware that two wrongs, will never make aright 1 33tFOUR die to ple to the
ftge. other.
nor will one dishonorable act, justify an sttut. DluonCiiWl

1Ibe[ tir endeavor to give our readers the which I have the gratification know, placed me beyond But sir this is an extreme case, you have assailed weeks after date, I will mae applicaiion Oct. 1st, 1834. ( :,

JBportant news of the day-to publish the possibility of a doubt, as to the correctness my private character, you have pursued me to my Judge of the County Jefern -

S 'fed of my course. My remarks upon the assertions contained fire tide,and have attempted to cast reproach upon my for an order sell the East half of Elt APALACHICOLAHEL.ITHE .
.: history of the proceedings of our NaS in these extracts, were conclusive, and which family and I appeal to a just public if I have not aright county section ttwnsipl t ,North range,3 E; above Establishment will b open. (o the SO ra

*od Territorial Legislatures to afford sum disarm assassin, and that of posterity qua to the Boarders and by the in
; were too, duly appreciated by my fellow citizens. to my my containing eighty acre et cpon JNO. T. MYRICK, Propriety

fon in relatioo to Florida its resources I, the storm has now blown over, and all and render him as harmeless as possible, by any' late of said county, deceased. slant 1831. ._ .40-3m
Apaachicol&lBUxOctober! .
b1 *n4 consignedlut founded in facts and io self justification, that Jan. 17, 1935 (t3) CHARLOTTE BOLER.
production*, ts .will'I be useful to ret' oblivion, and bushed in peaceand means

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'., MOtlCE.f will made at. the next March $O.WI&L 0I
I'II1.HE Law betwn wanted to work on the Tallahassee Rail WILL be sold on Monday the 26th.day of Janua Court for Leoo county, for ". :
existing JllIXTU1ff'j
partnership formerly the
'II-Road for the Persons baring at public out-cry, on the premises, Estate of DAVIS
John P.! Booth and James D. Westcott Jr. hath ensuing year. half a settlement of all the accounts
kn dissolved able bodied hands to hire,will please call on either of following TRACT or LAND, consisting of the FL.TD, deceased, of which all concerned will take due ANTI-COSTIVE ," t'J
'; agreement. the undersigned, or to Capt. H. F. Simmons. of the SE. quarter cf section 8, and the west half of notice. BEN CHAIRES, Ex'r. TN of the PILL CC
March consequence
1834. BEN CHAIRES of section 9, In Township one, range one, S. and E. I Ex'trix I attempts 'WhiQ .
--- BETSEY FLOYD, made to ht
WILLIAM KERR, being the real estate of DAVIS FLOYD, deceased, and I valuable 111.pose SpuriOUs imlla onait 1ri
A CARD. 19th December, 1834. [I9tdsl on
TURBUTT R. BETTON. sold by permission of the County Court of Leon eluded the the'public11 L
:. tr JLC. T). WesTCOTT Jntto dcdinwt a continuance in Committee on behalf R. Company.TJahassee cUnty.: A life-estate in one hundred acres of which NOTICE.ALL on nece.siy! 0/ confine,t tiff. iIc
Vie oflico of Florida,and accepted the Comm ion ture to as few eJtrJblulleCl ,) 1 .
Secretary 0 he might 9th, Dec. 1834. 21tf __ land has been assigned to the widow of said deceasedfor the estate of /lKmh 1r't j.c ,U
of IT. 8 Attorney for tto Middle DUlnct chiefly that persons having claims against supply the regular demand,. "
dev He his time ticlufpf and rtmiuinfly to the practice or 1 her dower, and the tsact is sold subject to that re F. YONOE, late of Gadsdea county, are nledicincs will i be A t\dt sttppi.
I Orleans Packets.The
the Law; and he iufbnfi nil frieuda in Florida and elsewhere, servation. Terms Cash. authenticated I consi mly, kept by .at.
that: all businew entrusted to hi'n in the Court of Appeal, in I schooners LADY WASHINGTON BEN CHAIR, Ex'r. hereby notified to present them properly whose names and residences are II'
nnyof the Courtl of Middle Dimricl or in the Superior I II Ex'trix.19th without delay to the Executors: And persons indebted proprietor wishes it distinctly bIlO1 '
iW> t Florida or I Capt. make immediatepayment. a. tor.S
Count of Jackson and Franklin Counties to the estate are requested to not be responsible for the
I tic Decatur ant Thorna Cniiiitto, Oeorgia will receive thenvwt Capt. M. SWAIM, will run December, 18J4 [20tds JOHN W. MALONE > ,wld his gri /" -
punctual and siiioun attention.Tallahassee. regularly during: the season, every month as Packets, vx.cJf.rs. as by any pervm, except''IS ow* :
May 14,1334.DISTRICT T. J. KENAN, Spurious mixtures have been 4 :1
between New Orleans nd and St. Marks. Gerardin & Wuy made and sold
Dec. 4th 1834. 18-8w derable ra
quincy, quintitie* two .1 filet
OF MIDDLE f FLORIDA. Dec 13th, I834.--18-6ms and physicla in test
; Watch Maker an! Importers of English n-ad den counties, and

;_ I In the Superior Court. BOOKS & STATIONARY. French Jeicch/ and Fancy Articles, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, doubtless !>c imported from perhaps New V hy orkand othei, a td" std-

JAMES M. REYNOLDS 1 In Assumpsit subscriber has received a general assortment received at their es- THAT the Books of subscription for the: residue Those, therefore, tvho wish to procure eh

,- versus > Attachment. THE AND STATIONARY which he offers to ff1:1 HAVE on Monroe-ct. the Capital Stock of the Union B\nk of article l can be sure of Rctttn-j IJnly from jJJ,
STF.PHEN K BAHON. ) Ittte arrivals from New York, Florida, will be opened under the superintendence of The 1
his old reduced which are iy following ccntlemenare.
that ef Attach customers at prices among ; Ants
is ;
hereby given, process which the Bard of Directors their Hnuso in the Florida.
6 at Banking E. B. Pel kin
NOTICE t large assortment, among General
above stated I'ICI
cause at
been issued The Token for 1835 ; T.11tallftsset.
of Tallahassee the 22d
thefo1lo'winvmz City on Thursday Kerr
returnable the Term of said Court. c are : 4' -3turves, Agents for St
and made nex. Marklr'C
to notified Affection's Gift ; # I Gold nnd silver Watches, Ladies James C. Eccles, Jo.GoJdins ,
The Defendant and all others concerned, are ( 1 Subscribers will be file their apnrai- Qntlt WI'3d'
and Christmas Box ; : Watches, Gold Earrings, required to : & Folsom, do.
of the sam.and, arc hereby required to appear ch title tl-e and Clerks Certificates ?' <>
filed in accordance with the Tho late Novels Breastpins, Fill :earil1Va mouts, papers to properly, DariusTA illiiikis&Co do. 7-
iitcad! to the deel"ration fontieRo.
c1. Chains and patent I, ys, Gentlemen and Ladies at the time of subscribing.By Th'JluasIfxaliller, do. an(
and} prrwic\
z tltute1:1 such/ case made JAMES A. BUHTHELOT.p. And a great tariff/; of Guard Chains Shirt Buttons and Studs, plain and order of the Board, J. F. Potts, do. Uickstt\wn.Chat .to I

hhRS"C' Qth October! 1334 M2,f) Standard and Miscellaneous Works; out glass Bends of every description; Ink stands. ROMEO LEWIS, Cashier. 1 1\1 ilc.1m Furgusnn, do sclitice
: Schc ol and Blank Books, of every description ; Bronzes, &c. Perfumerirs'of the best quality, patent Tallahassee, Doc. 20 ((19-fw) P. W.Gamier, Jr. ,10_ Maraanna Thoma.sYine.

For Sale Rogers Extra fine Pen-Knives; I'ens, I.adits'Boxes tf every size Scissors, PocketBooks HolmesVilliarris. do. C I

:, III *' Ink Quills, Paper, Tape,Scaling-Wax, Baskets for ladies nnU children, Bead-Bags, NOT ICE. JOhN R. r..O' Pbell -
"nf A good PLANTATION in Gadsdeir Pi.ckct Globes, for Children, 4c. <$-c. I India Rubber racer IPis '':, Percussion Caps, Look- THE Stockholders in the Tallahassee Rail Road Nov. 1. Hit. ((12-GmJ ANDProprie

k : 4.. a, County, 13 miles from Tallahassee; 10 The subscriber also informs the public, that his CIR- in '- lasses &c. &c. are hereby notified that an Instalmentof .

: I <'s3: from Quincy, and 1 J miles from the OcWockwe.rcr ] CULA TINa LIRRARY is now oren, and} any one can become i'ahlahiassee, October 11, 11 3t. ((9t tf two per cent. is quired to be paid on or before the Storing & Shipping of Cotton.-- 1or.
cultivation with 25th of the office in
: containing 800 neres, 70U a subscriber on complying with the terms. day January next at Treasury
: 'r :'! commodious Su ar.h: lsC-A jrst rate vertical WILLIAM WILSON. FRESH )!tU.S"IN .d Tallahassee By order of the Board. I.jEIEt STUR 1ES will attcnl\tO StDr. .1

"u ar-l'.tU, Kettles oflnrec size, nnd all the necessiry Dec. 20, IS31. [19-GwJ R. K. CALL, Presid nt. ) Cotton-thcy will alw adn '
.!paratu9 for takine! oiT a larsre crop Sujar Cane- November 1st, 1831 12-tf Surgical Instruments, i'c. Cttfoi entrusteJ:: to their care (or shipment feD -

( i iargo framed Gin-house,first rate runnin-! earandT ,: WAND'S TONIC MIXTURE : HAVE just received a lull supply of fresh Watches, Jewelry, &c.A market in the United States or clsc.vhere'i anh .{
Horse Mill. I ". at cither their Stores
CO saw B.-aintre.e Gin-A good Up- ': in TaUa
and Chemicals. Pure
'-rds of 20 good Xc ro FlnusR iall, !vrith plank floors, CASTOR OIL, Q17UWJVE, be. Drugs THE: subscriber; hasjust. rC-1 ',brk;. Oct. 4ih, 19t.J. The purchaser can PORT. MADEIRA & MUSCATELLE IFUVE, nn <>dditiotml 1 ((8t1') t
id O'.it-B.iihlinsjs. I
ncc ss.iry Also the celebrated "RED LI.ITMENT" for Rheuma- in bottles fir the of the ply of WATCHES,Jr.wzi.RY fILTER
.. Burnished with P. tit. Guljth Cotton Seed, gratis imported specially; use i -
i .00( Lu.Ticl5 Corn and 10,000( Ibs. Foddwr, fir sate' on 'ism, &c excellent 50 cts. bottle Medici'ie sick. Weigand & SnowJen's supenor AMPUTATING -' SPOONS, &c. wl.icli he offers lIOn COt

., *'.? place! : All! of which will be suM cx'rcmely low "JANE'S CARMINATIVE BALSAM, &c.an 50 bottle. I TKEFIIINING, OBSTETRICAL, EYE, DISSECTING t for Hale on his customary reason.iMe -
in colic bowel cts.
If c"\sh-will, sell for one-halfcash, the balance in 12 "Dr.STOUSE INFANT DROPS" for bowel complaints o and POCKET INSTRUMENTS, in cases. t terms.FREDERICK. ern4

i"i,inths. Those disposed to purchase" will da well toId children, 25 cts. bottle. STOMACH Pr>irs and PIPES Silver Lancets and : TOWLE.Oct.4th -
: : And examine the premises, whic'u! will bekhown Lancet Cases and Nurse li=4. (fitf)
Tubes &c.
by my Overseer, on the place, or myself, residing in WATER,'. ) 25 cts. cach. An assortment of DRIED HERBS from the The subscriber has employed a Mitch-Maker direct
Ciuincy Gadsden from England ; and assures the public, that work -
coatity.I any
ov. I. U-2tf! THOMAS PRR,TPV Jp Do. Itch Ointment, 37 per box. Shakers-among which are Lemon Balm, Catnep, : entrusted to him in his line, shall be done promptly! Jj

j Do. Worm Tea & Salve, 25 cts. each. Hysop, Mint, Sage, Sweet Ma jo ram, Savory, and in the best inner. F. T. I

I FRESH GROCERIES.The Do. Tooth Ache Drops, 25 cts. bottle. Thyme, Cellery, fcc. B,'

subscriber has just received aud offers "THE ROACH & BED.BuGNC.-ALSO- ," which offers an LIME JncE and LEMON STRUP. Bargains Bargains lots Bargains oftrC;

30 BBLS. Flour, effect u-d means of cl arin;hOl1'Ses, &c. of Roaches and SPICES ol'every kiiul--Genuine INDIA CURRY. JUST received per brig Gertrude from Baltimore, .I

10 do. Buck-Wheat, Bc'I-. tltrs. Eri ;linh, French: and Prentis's Soaps and Per- for sale low for cash, a. general assortmentof I r

8 do.V ater Crackers, S\choroneters o Hydrometers, Sugar Boilers, Thcr- fumery. :Mrs. Miller's celebrated SNUFF. May- CIlOCKilir.S, -twisting of -

I 25 bjoxes Raisin, I'vmctcrs' with a general assortment of fresh DRUGS nard &. Noy's celebrated INK and INK POWDER :Fresh Fiour, (this year's crop) .

do. Cheese &c. just received by E. B. PERKINS I THERMOMEIERS, HYDROMETERS, &c. I Bacon and Sides, Now Orleans Sugar, 4 : S I
20 Oct. ,i 1 1SU. 8-Cm Iro'pi.st. .
[ ] E. B. PERKINS. I
2 : With" an assortment of nil kinds of Groceries for I Pickled Herring, Rice Soap, Liquors, 'c. jfl'SUR\'_ ..fn : ". ,.a; n- ['1 FIRE .11'
sole at the lowest cash prices. N OTIC E. Tallahassee} July 9th, 1834. [48tf] GEO. II. LIXDENRSRGSIt. 2i be c 'cIc'$'u'i lJs most "V'\"" able I lCrn43 a. \

f GEO. II. LINDENBERGER. ALL persons are heieby notified, that the under- ir LOOK AT TIllS 1st October, 1831.; [8ifJIn 1. I.It't1 the -ul} rr.hcr, n cniof tm ProTptiliimcc t try

December 617tfFLORIDJI Adminislr.iirix: of DAVID JOHNSOM, late cCtr company, tiurtrTird Connecticut. it evert' IiCO
of the county of Leon, debase-: !, intcnd' at the next the Coun\y\ Court nj-i--- 'oiFlor;;;;- la. |)!lic.xtionthc .ur Lashalut of the i'.rope'.t- miat* a'

I L.i.D FOR SJ1LE. Sprint [March) Term of the Cuiinly Court of said New Store Monroe-st. EDWARD LOOCKEUMAN, 'Jr itatcd, and ltiSlactOl"Y c'iiJ.encc-, fureuhoJofihLe -

i k un.lr.rsigned. having purchased of General County, to settle the account "f her administration, *. > Assump'it. rcctness of the rcpr->seiHe'.:on, and ; !ood rm

TIE the town .hi p of Und in Florida,granted and procure her dismission and disciar! as such. JYext door to R. J. Hr.ckleifs Auction Store. EDWARD BARNWELL, } :inctcr: of the apj.Ii.-ant.: I.e wilrcncy onhe GIn't oe

to him by the Congress of the United States, offci Sept. 15, 1834. (Gif 1 MARY JOHNSON, Adm' .:O. H. LINDENBERGER notice, tha 'ltlEdefcndcrit an J all others concerned herein ; its fairivsband punctuality nm.tv hcrIflfTPfltIFrc.;
G ou. F.:: u -
the same for sale. ho has rrreived per schooner CI lcrhn. of Bilti- lL are notified that an ATTACHMENT! l been sued .. D. PEf''I'je.1 : .
This land is situated in the immediate neighbour- m"rc, general and complete assortment of GOODS out of the Office of the Clerk ot the sn''d Court, and 22. 183' 21r

r hood of Trtl!\hass.cc, nn.1 I is bc'ieved, for fertility ofEci'iI o\ls t. (\I1i.tinofDI'Y Goods, Hardware,China: and Gins hey are required to appear and plead t; the declaration r.

and local lh'antto be 4iiore valuable than W'irp, Shines, Tints, Groceries ftn.t Provisions,&c. &r.I ,conformably with the statute.

any other land in the territory. 1.r ,, -- ..Il..1 ,< eel crcal confiilencc in inviting the! attention of the EDWARD CHANDLER
Ilc1 '
: The Southwestern part of the townshipa jlins the ,h". ; t-itizens ar.rl country in general to this establishment, Oct. ISlh 1834.-(Iav3m For Plaintiff.j.
of llahaRsee fro-n which to the c l'
point shipping
city ;
.rt V" as I am determined to make very exertIOn to supply
f port of St. Mirks, a distance i of abou wenty miles, .
,:0A all who may favour me with their custom with first r:1ienrl
,\ rail road is in contemplation to be made, in a short UCTION -Thesbscribcrha.ingloca- icks, end at such prices a? cannot fail If give per- 1tl1i,

l feet i'sfacti.in to all'.\ho h\W: n-a onable
ume.The 'cJ himself in frxllahasiec! do expoc'ations
Marks has been proposes tn a gen
the' St.
navigation ot nvy rfrcntly J
1'al1:1113"11",9! I-43.1. r5
j-ommisston business sale!
improved, to a oint within six miles of the --ral ,regular days, Tuesdayand

iJoutlvcastern part of the township, which will afford Siturdny. -...-4 1:4
navigation for a cliea.> and certain transportation of He will also attend to administrator and] othcrsnli-s! CONSUNIPTIONCUHrw. '-- )

prod ucc. in the county. ROBERT J. HACKLEY. jA1JE and sold v-'holesale] and H C-

: This land will !'je v l.l in parcels to uit those w-sh- March 23 1 J 1S33. 33tf DE MONTEUAT'S ;]. Frederick Mi!. C I1ertoncs'rned
fito N. B. In:;irutnunts of writ In ing to pltrch s(. on a credit from eight years.kt
4 in the Paten! with Dr. JuJkms. '1Jd
and dcspdtf by R. T1ACKLEY. SPECIFIC.
; nt reasonable' :>vicc*-those wishing to purchase will --- The above Ointment i is ofi"<;red 'to the publicist .
rnrilicllpli t\tion to either of the undersigned S the mo valuable rem"ty'f'r }discovered for '
AND I IVER-1'O\1p1IN', I :ae and certain remedy for 'fiose ohitlnnte .Jil'iom 'Ir'
.; WILLIAM B. 'JUTT DYSPEPSIA .. PrlJjt.or Jsyk.gca'flJ. the cure of Ctnig'is, ColJt, ComumpHvn, ..Ttthma.5i ., e of.which have so long ba'iled!' the &kiI!! of mda mr;
: "ft B'ood and all disfasrs of the B-'eait and ,- .
rtjf .
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dinne who for several has devlllf't.I his r-ntire cumre. heNc
years, 4W- -r ... 3. ., ,
J. BOYD It &O"
rt WILLIAM P. CRAIG. Lungs. Prepared by Philadelphia.
J.- attention to the treatment: of chronic or inveteratf diseases !-j.-; I White. Swellinssof evcrpfp.lr.ripb"n. I
i;, 1'rxlMwssce, November 23d i 833. 1:tf has succeeded, by chemical analysis and &yn- romjviscs the disturbed nerves, gives strength to the FULL supply of L ndrclh superior garden, 2J' Soro Leg. and Ulcersuflong stan.linj.!

tCJThc S.n'iwias', (.orgia2I, Charleston Jticrcury, thesis, in forn i- ; a combination from several proxi- Luis, repairs the: Appetite,improves the Spirits,etc. A herb and flower seeds just received and warrented 3d Schirrusor Glandular 1'I umours. particulv -Cft1i

..h itsla COli stifucmli: *t, ilhcrn( Reorder, MilhtigeTille mate vegttabl: principles, to \\hirh he has given the Bill of Directions accompanying each bottle of the fresh ; by !:. B. PERKINS. those hardened :l1mmmun wojnen'sbrea ts which
$0 Georgia 'cimouJ t1iitiirerand Star Raleigh! Specific, pointing out in>n most conspicuous mannerall
; name MeJicinx Stoinachicrc ct Htpaticsr. ; which has Octnber21Lb. 1 if.ItoWAM'S limes terminate i ia ulcerated CTcfrs.
S. N. C" will publish! the above for eight weeks and for the symptoms in their tlilTereiU stapes of the disease
; proved far more efficient! thin any remedy heretofore -ill r hOJ. or what!souie noocle know by. the MMf
ward their -.ccounis' to this office, and particular directions rcspectinpthe treatment while
discovered, in curing those distressing maladies of Catarrhs of evrv criptwn.
using it, together with well authenticated certificates -
\'[ARE HOUSENF COMMISSION BUSINESS mind and body, wliKh are generally comprehend' under of cures etc. ninny 5th Hlienmatic! Painof the iomt ft
'V'V' the sweeping terms DrirrsiA and LivtR-CoM- TONIC fith: and Hruisfs of orawraNner
AT APALACIllCOLA, ELORIDA III consequence of the < rea and i increasing domino} M1XTURE.It Sprains every descriptioa
The subscribers, bavins associated themselves to ell PL"NTIt is likewise nn almost certain cure for CMKirpementof pr.rT ;i:':Io.
for this specific, the proprietor is enabled to reduce the FULL supply of this valuable nv-dicine is
I cr under the stile and film of FORD & TIAR DIN, the STLEK.V. I 7th :Tetter cf: all kinds. la th! :=?complaint tlw p2
price to 75 cents bottle r .received. I shall hcrcaficr have
per ,thereby enabling to come
purpose transacting a General WARE HOUSE and Among the symptoms of DysncpsiaanJ Liver-corn- within the reach of nil persons ]. lconotantlyor.hUlu. vienf, ir. zpulying! the Ointment, must keep tM! port I
COanfjrSSfO.V ilnexs Jpalachicola.. Having plaints, ar. Uatulenr.y, sourness or burning in the stomach ')ut of wiVrSth : Itcx-
m.ide suitable arrangements with several vessels for melancholy,irritability, disagreeable taste in the Dr. CHAPMAN'S Anti-Dyspeptic Pills. IT 15 WARRANTED TO UE A SAFE AND ErrECTCAL Chiihlaing;; or p1ri" nfTecfod L.y frost.It I' ,

the direct transportation of Cotton, &c. either to New mouth; great irregularity of appetite, which is sometimes These Pills have been successfully used by thousands REMEDY FOR. FKVCK. A 1fG'f, IF TAKEN AGKEEAKI.K is aN'j! one of MIC ocst rorl:.>lic! I P>r Barns ani It')

York or New Orleans ; und having facilities at all voracious and at other times greatly defiwent: who can testify to their superior efficacy (over TO THE niuECTioNS. Itfpt'ts having been circulatfsj! Ec3Idl. It e so?tl.o (pain; and Jra'.Ts the fire out ill I :

limes within their power to mako reasonable advances thirst, frtiJ brcah; nausea, weakness of the stomachand many other remedies no v in use) for the cure of Dyspepsia -I that this mixture c-jntnins arsenic, Iin directed hy 'IllOrt tili1f Ut.,
eructations drowsinesss i' in all their conihilicated] they 1 i\c Mrcn the Proprietor to say that these: reports =,rp j//v-j iy Mitanil For fil.1nJialf
; upon prodr.ce consigned to their care and management; palpitation, reglliarit y : Inflamed vVomrn's ITro3"t3, and
they would resnoctfully tender their services and solicit of the bowels, pressure on the stomach after meals to the debilitated organs of digestion, repair the nppcnite I am also authorised to nfi.'r a Rtitiiril of 10-, -SweMin!:. it i is sujJTWf tu :.ny irsuHrrne! : yet knr':atho fersei

a liberal patronage in the above line of business, pain in the head, dizziness or vertigo ; confusion 'of ,l'emoves nausea and sickness of the stomach, habitual 000, Ddtiirs to any one ulio will TI.-O-.C iho e\i mind' attended with the loss of costiveness, head-ach, palpitation of the heart of tho I least p.-aticle Arsenic, "m-rcJiry, Antimony, of itdort
pledging their personal and individual attention to all memory, a gnawin any proportion of tit-it tVriaF,) !hocanse cuB.1
j business consigned to them, either for sale or other- in the stomach when empty, chilliness, affection of and ninny other nervous nlections.( They contain no or any other poismoas ingreci :r't irt it. ; not lay the patient h:.'.!-". t.. iiL.'-.rf tK m exp* 1 tiro'd.
sight and hearing, pain und weakness in the Lacklung Mercury, nor do they sicken the stomach, they are a In order to prc\uu iln!", i itian r''l ;'oun e'','Jts, no .

wise.Their disturbed cold feet and hands mild and safe cathartic : there is no restriction in dietor persons except aulhotiscfl a nt'iH I be- tV.rrvsIuhy; ,r'J< cxrnc
Ware Houses and Close Storcs are undergoing tor sleep, tnmor.unco.lsiness This .mtmcnt hi. ra, ed:r-'."A' many: years S
in the throat in oi drink or to wet or cold while "hem. the Proprietor WiLls the tn;xtu *e to aci l aii..-,. lain l lien!tIr
a thorough repair, will he large and commodious, caugh, pain the side exposure using: inij.Vhfroit i.-.iR.hk..:.!- ? :UIJ.;rjrnt U
Bill of directions viii each box sole aj "nt for AliddlFionua l : and am asni.xd l hv 1\!
of PiUs
breast &c. 1CI'
aituatedin a desirable: part of the town, and as ex- accompany c.xtoranl pore, in r itstqa'- :'"' ,t Itt tone
The above maladies lead to affections which will fully explain their eflects. Uovrand that (c\ctl'r. u !z:1l lot sold to 'Ir. EC"---; .,) I oftl'inrreafethe cine fly
I P.t from the dangers of fire as any other house of a organic of tin cari-'mis or roten i i. -vipU:!) r iMo rocei3
stomach liver and heart From the well known reputation of tnesc Pills for not u single bottle has uccn nr will be seftl 01 sold! b : thsc my
timil&r character, on the Point. terminating in Dropsy,Con y (;jurtnt.'y; ,.b U.o .ivh3a'C.. rttauvef.josive
WM. P. FORD, (late of Augusta, Ga.) sumption, Apoplexy,&c. according to the climate,habits many years, the proprietor (J. BOYD, Philadelphia) him, to any p"-st-n in .Middle! Florida, exrtplIf to me : srn-'H, dusl t-'tp Lhu ryn dIt

EDWD. J. HARDIN, (Apalachicola.) age, sex, and temperament of the patient. deems it unrectssary to give any further detail of .Inenir uiii bun Il cOartl! i,i any mixtuO c&liuiI&w.'nd'3 It euros >hp \vor.-t t'Ci4i>'or \Virow5! on annppll ItQtr

REFERENCES.-Stewtrt t$. Fontaine, Smith 4 Prepared by J. P. PETERS, M. D., Milledgeville them. A fresh supply has'ecn received, and for sale il must have letnhi gone of lIlt .1jJ.!;- tns imi- cation of -*' h. 'irRiennvusin

MorgfM, J. S. Caltoun, M. TV. Perry, c- Co. T. 4Jlf.. Inventor and sole proprietor. by appointment I by E. B. PERKINS. .n.fw* All p.-Toons iher-firc who wish tho gtiittlmTCJM : wliieK tla\.".1,i. ,: -'. t:'.ig as t becut UI
Evans Sf Co., Y/hiltick Greenwood, fy Co.-Colnmbus. .-Numerous certificates might be ad. Tallahassee, Nov 23d} Utf :Jft.r/."> e-so! :ild IK cautious of whom they pur- a systemitic" iiisonJcr.: ICQUU--? ,"t' .:Iaat.J b..tdellll- sly)

Began fy Kneeland, Jos. JIamilton! $ Son,John R. duced relative to the extraordinary cures performecby C'Jhn and chase it: My label will be en every bottle sold: by mo: w.irdly to remove them ufircly.! tutio most coiflIO

?itkf". .-New-York. using these medicines; but the following are thought! Salt, 3azv-x: Bile Ropt Twine. I E: B: PERKINS Sole l Agent for Middle Florid cases by applying ttii-i Ointment nNU'Indiy; as d'recl,

C. JF. Gregory, Begirt $. Hawthorn.-N. Orleans. sufficient satisfy the minds of the most skeptical KERR & STUilGES OFFER FOR SALE Nnv 23d _5ir. it will give relief And p\n in oU |e'v''Jf' ,,.

t St" John IT Lfavcns, T. 0'.Me Coy.-.Mobile. From Dr. James Ewtll, Jluthcr of the Medical Companion G ftin&: SACKS Liverpool Ground Salt, in STORAGE! STORAGE! STORAGE! !!!- pains: hive been uf i.n"p.r sttrmdimmg, it will casepain. : "
17 193. "I .
4ntr. t Itf or Family Physician. 'fJ order ; I .Iiica

(c- NOTICE- NEW-ORLEANS, Dec. 20th 1831. 150 pieces 42 inch Dundee Bagging ; "H"N addition to his ware-house the To sea captains and misters of vessels! this cintmeii til'svery

T the next July Term of Gadsden the : To whom it may conctrn.-This is to certify, that I 100 coils Bale' Rope I -*- subscriber has recentlyerected a spacious build must be very valuable in winter on onr coast it
county have witnessed the of Dr. Peter's 80 by 23 feet certain in its .;ncct'on Chilb'aini' orpartsstteowwith fCex
accounts and vouchers of HENRT W. Tooo, administrator : operation Medicinal 25:0: Ibs. best EiifflishBaleincr Twine. ng forrcceiving cotton and; ood w
frost likewise io qualities a-J6"
of JOHK H. TODD, deceased, laic of Gads- : Stomachic et Htpaticac in a number of very obstinate Tallahassee, Ang. 23d, 19.:4. (2tfJ] I TIMOTHY M'CARTY. pros yes
and Liver-affections of St. Marks December 27th mates orth
kn county, will be presented said Court for a final Dyspeptic long standing,like 1831. 19tf provmngtheT3l l ofthlf ,
settlement the of said wise in several cases of the enlargements of tho pleen -- -- large mass testimony
on part administrator. At the ; FOR SALE those
1 WAND'STON1CIIXTLTRE.I:, most excellent medicine will be Iewn Bile.
and its affects were truly astonishing. I have hesitation .
I tame time, the said administrator will -apply to said no : Uf
a Court for a discharge from his in declaring it the most valuable preparation UOO PIECES of DUiVPER BAGGING l-21bs : Warranted n perfect and !lasting wish further information on ajipHcairon to
Administratorship as io the yard.-And (g COILS BALE cure for the Fever and tons or to of his authorized a; llt8.
., tfcresaid. JOHN J. ADAMS for those distressing ailments that has ever come with D ROPE, of Ague. For sale any of
,: i I Au'y for H. W. Todd, Administrator, in my knowledge. JAMES EVVELL, \,. D. best quality, are daily' expected by the Subscriber, i$ wholesale and retail, FLETCHEil The above medicine old by itweial| ap1ointmentthe -
Brig Tallahassee.PiontiTS ; & WESTCOTT and warranted ccnuine.C. .
I Wilkes per Druggist, ..IjipaiachiI patentee
anincy Nov. 3d 1834. County. Gco. Jan. 1834.
,t The u"dcrsigned can bear testimony to the nnd Merchants can be supplied on the cola. Florida B. PERKI S. DtU1GGlf.

New Book Store. efficacy Dr. Peter's Medicine Stomachicae superior et He- most accommodating terms, payable in Cotton, &c. I hereby appoint l\fe*s.Fletcher and Tallahassee. February 2Ufi 1831,

subscriber has received and) will imme patcae in the cure Dyspepsia and Liver Complaintsfrom JOHN BLAIR PEACHY. I i!; Westcoti my agents for the sale of"Row- RHEUMATISMTHE JC'
open St. Marks REMEDY FOR
THE Sept. 5th 1834. and's Tonic Mixture"
door personal experience. WM. G. JOHNSON.Dr. in the Territory
(next South of Mr. Maner's store) .. I_ 1fdek1-
idf Florida Eastern amn-1he deClepitud! C'pI
an assortment of BOOKS and STATION ART, and would Ps Medicin Stomacbic Hepatiae are put up NOTICE.THR part of Alabama, &: excruciating wbien .It

be glad to supply his friends and the community in in parcels wi'h full directions for using. From one subscriber returns his thanks to the public Western said medicines partof Georgia all ; who are ible to furnishthe usual attendants, and the the premature disorder old, are age 5ufterd, V

general, with any articles in his line on the most reasonable to three m.rcels.will be necessary to complete a cure. the liberal he has received to who may apply to them on iflU\

I terms. Although his arSortmeLt is not yet The price is $5 a parcel.A since he has been in this encouragement place, and solicits a continuance as prietor favourable himself.terms" as they can obtain II from the pro from of despair the numerous of a'cure pretended, or disappointment antidotes to e ,this'cy .

genera1he experts to make it so shipments already quantity of the above valuable Signed, ,
very by great very prcpa- of their patronage. Just received per schr. Dclt-l, But those who have made a far tnahoi* ,
made and others to he made the first rations will be constantly hand JNO. R. RU\V AND." purpose.
by kept
vessels on by direct from New York,a general assortment of Wool 1
"Philadelphia Oct. 24th 1833." DR. JEUB'S CELEBRATED LINI.
the North. 21!tf
from E. B. PERKINS Tallahassee len .
Staple ami Fancy GOODS, Shoes, Hats, Hollowware
He has also the Christian Almanack,published expressly Who is authorised to dispose of them, either at wholesale Cutlery, and Iron-monkery, Crockery, $-c. con- NEW STORE. even in cases of longstanding. and of be andm MM\iTf. !
for Florida, calculated for the Merediao of or retail, on as reasonable terms character have received certain relief. *
as they can be sisting of blue, black and brown Cloths blue, black, a 11
Tallahassee and containing local matter in relation obtained of the proprietor. Also by drab and grey double milled Cashmeres; Cassinetsand THE subscriber is about to establish himself per been cared in a frw days, some in 24 hours! 51 'r- tt.Ii

Territory, which he offers for sale either by the Doct's. HOLMES & WILLIAMS, Cambellton, & Sattinets; English, French and American; Prints in Tallahassee as a Merchant, and her of persons in Boston and vicinity, who fully%Tvierly te 0:
dozen, or tingle Mr. HALSLET ; will open for sale in a few days at his aHlieted with Rheumatism. have ver Ie
gross, copy. Druggist, Appalachicola. black Lust ring and.Fancy Silks and Silk Shawls,Gro store opposite or the Fr0P"
Dec. 13. J8301.. 18tf JAS. S.'' LINN. JOS. PRIESTLEY PETERS.The de Nap &c.; Jackonet, Swiss and Mull Muslins the Office of the Floridian, a small assortmentof lied. Certificates are in the posseiwoi- curti. : "

: CAUTION. following are few among the many persons that 3, 4, and -brown Domestics, of a superior quality ;; Tinware Hats, Clothing. Shoes, Brushes Woodenware, tor, proving of this the most thorough LINIMENT and surprising in CMC I"* rIt
Crockery and Stoneware powerful
have been either eniirely cured or benefited Cotton Bagging and Cloths Hardware and means
a general assortment .
cautioned greatly ; 1ieDUMFRIE'S
ALL persons are against trading for two within the last twelve months the of Shoes Cutlery, Sugar Cane Knives, Agricultural Implements other approved applications had utterly
dated about the 25th Oct. last by use of Dr. Peters1 ; a variety Crockery Ware, Hollow 1d
payable Rope crnd small WATER
Medicinal Stomachicx, Ware Hats &c. Also Cordage Kitchen and House EYE .
Hepaticas within the Cutlery, Cognac Brandy, I
C. C. Williams
1835 to beareronofor Utensils **
February or Aft90 P
keeping t}
state of Georgia. Holland Gin Sicily Port and Claret Wines Carpenter's, Cooper's, and Smith's For inflamed gives immediate
; Sherry, sore or Eyes,
the other for $100 and ained the ; Tools of'all
sub- kinds 11
$150 by Nails
Brass JIOIt
Goods Locks Bolts efT-ctiS
Mrs. Abnsr Hicks, Wilkinson. with many other articles too tedious to mention. Pur- relief. On recent sore eyes the i
scriber. As I have for reason which to those apprehend, a failure of Mrs. Capt. James Willis, do. chasers arc invited to call and examine for themselves. Axes, Pocket-Books, Snuff-boxes, and Fancy Goods ry.-Where the complaint has been of years&& : :
the consideration noies were given I which he is disposed to sell on reasonable terms and the most a 4:
Col. Wra. F. Bond, do. ALEJTR. FORMY DUVAL. and in some exceeding bad ca5es. iii
am determined not to pay them, unless compelled by Wayne W. Elands, Esq. Laurcns. Tallahassee Nov. 4, 1833. [13tf] respectfully requests an examination of his Goods. and desirable relief has been found in the Qse. ){U1, 1t'

lia to sttte that Mr. Williams had Bryan Allen, Esq. do. NATHANIEL TURNER Tallahassee GEORGE LANMAN. eye water. alter every other remedy had fauea best, .E (
proper no ) Nov. 1st, 1834. it the
Col.John W. Porter, Morgan. \ (12-3m) arsons who have used i it, pronounce rI'
atrencv whatever in the transaction above alluded to. Sanford Chapman, Esq J onea. vs. Attachment.-In Superior N. B.-Wanted to purchase ,a likely NKGHO Boy, aration for these complaintstbev have especially me.lo;
eDea 20th 1834.-*0-3w F. B. WRITING. EDMUND SMART and j Court Jefferson
f County, about 12 in
Alexander Irvin, Esq Washington.CoL WILLIAM or 14 years of age.ADMINISTRATOR'S. in cases of soreness or *
4 KIDEIMiddle District Florida.
;; NOTICE Geo. G.Mathews, Green. 34 standing. Price 25 cents a bottle. JI
defendants and all other persons interested, NOTICE. None are genuine unlesa signed 00'tbl" '
g A LL persons hating claims against John G. Smith, PLANTERS' HOTEL THE take notice that suit has been instituted as AT the next term of the County Court of Leon pnnted,wrapper,by the sole propuelor, ''.
t A -deceased, late Jackson county, are requested above returnable to Nov. Term of said Court T. C$14,
1834. county, we will apply for Letters of ,Dismission immediate successor to the lata Dr. u. Qalt
to present them to the subscriber, legally authenticated THE subscriber taken.the PLA.MTCRS' HOTEL, The Defendants are required to appear and plead to from ths Administration of the estate of Henry B.Fitts, For sale at bis Counting Room,over K0*', ..oM

1 and those Indebted, will make arrangements for j takes opportunity informing friends the declaration therein filed, according to the Statutein deceased, late of said county.:: street near Concert Hall, Boston,and t1Iso JTcialappointmentb bi3. .
nl :arlv .u.lement'uindllgence cannotl'e &iv n. and the public that his uouic will be open for their reception such-. LEMUEL BRUCE" ( .. _

SW I DAVID G., RANEY, Mm'r. on the In of March 1834. GEO. Y. WARNER, Atf y for P1'ff. ELIZA ANN BRUCE., E. B. pERKIIs, lru,it, .

421 Pc; Utb/I63fr.-2.Sw f 28lf MOORE. November 17th, 183i.-tJ5tf ._ Tallahassee 18th Sept. 1834. (6tf) Tallahassee, March 4,1831, '



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