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: March 21, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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1\1 WHITE 1, as.aCandidateto I II I -;.The.ij .tf..t ith 'T He. .
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J' M Te.nt'ory of,Florida, in tho 24th .at52. ,; -t,;..--.._-.t.t..t"i. -..tiL"jfwe :. ..4; "' .:.'h.
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fto announce Colonel JAM3S ,, : atitutloo 1fta t.1l '

rg aundidato to reptceflt the .teI' ., not the orflj partiei ttbaiiiM at"
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, ,9i1oridai11th, 'fbConreu 17rh of n33.the United f' "LAISSEZ NOUS :F IBE." .. time pecuhiary clai 'aiM:F' ,...,...'
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i : T -.-. .1 _. tria, too, is a'claicoaut Io.- t<>.a1.. / .f-.,
ftUthoedwannounce1aj.WILUAM'yATT \V Q' ..- L-- c her own capacity of aiicrowu ( ; : '.

,:f 'a candidate t4th Congress to represent of the United ternj1oridaiflthe I .z-- *__ ________. _____. :_. 1W.tI_ U;OOG w & ef Lombaxdy,.and:*' '_ _
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i ithorisc TT. breath
1833jrrJLL 50tf -- in the
July 27th same / .
union'Bank of
WILl.IAM B.IflTE a 1P CO m m If to nnnounce AT meeting of ihe Board of Directors of the : ,
lS a clndilate to reprc.nt the Union Bank of Florida\ held, at their Banking i NEW YORK, Feb. 27, message to Congress, tho fact of its being so merest.tyro in politics.! tt.. s

. .t' "c U.oC Florida in the 24tl : onl''ss, of J833 the 5tf Una'CIffKt House in the City of Tallahassee, on the 16ih LATEST FROM FRANCE. generally entertained may possibly lead to avery preferring of so' raourjr' 1aiwith / _
February 1835 the following Resolution inconvenient : ".1. "
adopted results. thoaigexceptioa-ofAte .
:- The pckot ship
I Independence
SaeJ.WEL B. S'FE1H ENS, Resolvtd, That each and every Stock-holder in the arrived yesterday saijed from Liverpool Capt. Nye, On a question of this nature the opposition i part too of lrrecoxlclIeabt o' en (t.M ,;

jaunts at Law. Union Bank of.Florida.be, and he is hereby, constituted the 27th ult. and we have received on of l likely to gain, as formerly a considerable. olution from which'alono:the:CUlzin-Kiog:d '

; .cd mself in CXmncy, Gadsden Coun- for the and appointed accredited agent of said Bank. that date,with London to the papers 26th in- cession of votes from among the habitual adherents rives his title,can originate only.in a ramm l:: i.1

tiAS OCdrill practice in the Court of Ap- of the 33d purpose Sec. of of carrying its Charter into effect the provisions elusive. papers of Mini ters. In the mean time, the design to embarrass his Government and :.'" :

II.v!'the Saperior Courts of Gad tlcn, Leon and these vcorr**, to wit-, which Section is in The first subject of is Carlists and the Republicans are equally zealous l- force it to'some' proceeding by which rigb
what i
inquiry the
), stYU:s Countie..o )1.lve:r. Sec ::. Be.it furiher enacted, That. in all instances news from France Wo that isv m their endeavors to embroil the affair still either forfeit the confidence of the F ea .

, J.naaY"I I in which slaves shall be mortgaged, in virtueof remained answer, things further by the suggestion of claims from other people, or provoke a rupture with all tho'co.
SCOTT this act, the 'possessIon thereof shall be and as they were, and there is no intelligence .
JAJIES 1\1. remain quarters to an indefinite and Powers of..Europe.It .
with extravagant a-
the"mortgager, any law to the"contrary to alter the opinion we have before expressed
( .9TTOROIVEY 1T L4W.irfAVING notwithstanding, until by the tovenant or covenants ; that will be n mount, which the sanction of the American 'stated that General Sebastian whose

located himself Monticello, Jefferson contained in said mortgage it shall be lawful for the We the peace preserved. treaty would call into being. t presence at the British cqurt as. ambaasaddF
, Floridt, tenders hiS professional ser- said Bank t-v seize the same. And if at time, the annex following extract of a letter I from France has .been
any CHAMBER protested
f from the OF DEPUTIEs-Sitting of. agaiflst by
ii He President ofsaid Jan.
Bank highly American
counc1 ens of the Territory eeneraUy. or any accredited Agent respectable houseof I the Duke of
1 fttSto i theC0L1tS .of the Counties Of Leon, : thereof, shall; -make- oath before any Judge of the Messrs, Welles, at Paris, dated Jan. 22. 21.-M. Isambort stated that he had read in Wellington, and who notwithstanding

I ,11p.ctIce od Gndsjen, and the Courts of Thotnas I County Court, or Justice of the Peace, that lie verily addressed to Messrs.. & J. Brown, of Liverpool i ibe Moniteur of this morning a semi-official : this protest has been officially; D
, JrJelIO I.Genr':1 lie olso tenders his services I IJ believes that the said mortgager intends removing .document relative to inated to the post in the columns of the Moni-
pdLo.n c..Et 'ns anJ him or is to the copy of which was furnished by a a negocialion pending between :
.4 f1 !, a conector. pledges. about remove, or has commenced to remove, the Russian leur. M.de St.Aulare the amba&addr
persons In tuality and attention. Office m Non- the said slafe, or slates, beyond the reach of the passenger in the Independence. This letter and French Cabinets with : from Louis present

.., j as to. laws of this Territory, in violation of his covenant doubtless gives intelligence that be relied respect to certain claims of a date prior to Philippe at the court of Vienna

IttlIec.' .. (J 9-tf with the Bank, it shall and may be lawful for said upon, as tho true state of the case.may 1834. On that subject he had some questions I. has been recalled with a view to his appoint
I Judge or Justice tp.t4t.ue Attachment against such t address Ministers ment hero,-[London Paper..
to _
The American on account of
slave slaves directed question is what tollow
ThtVIhITE. or to Marshal wa
any command-
--OS Lw in the Courts of Ildi!i ing him to seize and take such slave or 'slaves,and- here with great attention, and. gjshali be happy I! their gravity, he would, with the permission of The the London Courier of the 24tb, ,.tates.th&ton .

.rILL PUCTICE and the Court make return tl1&re'cf to the next Court haTing competent to give inf'ormatiLur the Chamber, postprm'e till the sitting on Mon preceeding day,war mksurere effected
Jackson County you any
11 d1eF1o3. jurisdiction in the same way as is provided p.ower day. at Lloyd's on ships and cargoes for Freucfe
raOFFlCE"atlalmsscc. upon that subject. Tho documents in,this affair -
f Appeat;. by the general law of A'tachment : Provided, moreover The Minister of account, 'which have' pre.;iously been-- insuricl
U.vUlS.H. [49'lr.] hat in an}' case of mortgages on. a slave or were laid upon the table of the Chamber Foreign Affairs expressed
RPiiELOi slaves, by virtue of this act, the increse of such slave o Deputies, and thence have been sent to the his readiness to answer any questions relativeto as regards.the sea risks only 10' France; -fot -
01B slaves shall be the article : the the term of three months to conte at the advance
j\ ftS or. subject to the same lien, created by Committee. It i is uncertain how soon thcr n moniteur-100 millions
WXSELLORAND \ AT LAW,) I said mortgage. will 50 millions bad been spoken! of, but the sum rate of three per cent.premium. i &
March report made, but from
( 7 h
3020w. present
t. .. appear.
I mind in the CowL of Appeals ;-Thc had been exaggerated and the facts falsified. ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE Mas. MALIBRIN*.
it _
ances be in three or four weeks. W
Gadsden and Jak- W.M. TlUDCWELL may c :
\VsupcriorCourisof Lmn ,
: ; Ho had that Th! articlo is from'
to observe an article had been an- fnlloiviiig ]hgani'iiCb.iepge.r.
i of Flol'ldamI m the Superior vs. > Attachment. the great result is now before the
I i: the nfThomas&Territory Dccntur counties, of the South DAVID STCS. I Chamber-if they execute the treaty in voting nexed to the treaty oflS34, to the effect tint .. : ;

rn..I'rl'\l circut; of the Statoof( ergia. Residence FIJI IIS suit has been comment I I subsidies, i it will end there if they refuse the reciprocal claims between the Duchy of! "*A porti.5 i.; cnrrcnt of on attempt a sasi
_T.UcJ.asstt.o'Cmber 23d t 033. 15tfSrrmwrffrrtM J3 ced by Attachment returnable -, them thc at least will be interruption Warsaw and France should be regulated at a I II siiiito MrKh.wj; in'Italy,. btitfJThelhet
an -
to the next Term of the County Court of consequence future period. The article was ratified iho i;y a |I'ro-ssjnml! rival or ;froni delfpamnsami
by :
jOIN J. ADAMS County. The defcndant and all others interested" of the intercourse between France I
: arc required to rip-unr and plead to the dcclation. and the United States, aad probably end in I I convention of the 27th September, 1816, a .1, is not .stitoj.: Jt"i SflLdtbatin. ti'iiflb
(.2TTQUSJY .1T L4 ,) LEIGH READ, Att'y. for rim The convention which was annexed to nil the treaties iug rrtsui tho pc.f<,nnance'.of Othello, 1Jo. iffaft
war. here is
effort -
\ ftuinry to Apj !.wliiml.i Bay. Feb. 7 2B.tr Ministry making every of that period. In 1818, negociations hid wuun-h'il! !by a sfi:cUo in tho Aroat,.irra' !$&&*
n n triil rC'llul1":1I11 i tho Courts ticM! at the "" to carry this question, and our opinion is
: ItOBEKT a. .\ &' I'Jr.: J been t-" : *
at Warsaw where jirrvfiii ruT taU
opened French Minister exercising
Q'11nrv' IlnJ l\1.m.mna ; mul lc 1\1"\11'11 t tlrm that they will succeed in it." a Cvtr-agUa .
I doing
1 1 USeOinrto f' : ? Appeals at Talaluea! Lciicrs ad- J.r.IES CHAPMAX.vs. }:> Attachment. The Pal is correspondent of the i was present; but as the necessary documents -i e.--i: i it'1! \\:\; is avl'd.u 'f;,

l ?, will uC attended t(. Lrndoni & i\r.M ,11 I *,. rj. Ii
rcs8 tll Li'n' ,post!717 M suit has been were in the different administrations m appears to.be a settled
com Courier states in a letter of the 20ib that it is
, 1I;"I. [2CtfJ THIS t
.Fchru.u'f-Lh by attachment, perfectly well understood ministers will have Paris, the examination was suspended.. 'liJir 1 mhr.I Hut: C'txnihittee! oa the Grant of

A CARD.HAMLIN returnable to the next term of the County Court of Emperor Nicholas had declared in 1330, tint IM \i -rii.-: ; ;; !/l.tiH.:11 not be named till at
' Leon County. The defendant and all others interested a majority on the American question, and yet
Polish Commisjicmers i-r !: ; cxnmnition of tho
should be : Budget
t V. SW BLIiwr. } sent to Pritis. nrervirnrory -
> are requested to appear and plead to the declaration. the same paper contains information that on
1 I LEIGH READ, Att'y. for PuffFcb.7 the The revolution of July had prevented lhi ex-> aal th 5 lioiniu itiii i of tiu; thirty-six C _mnti; _
risks taken
JtTOR.\"Ef iT 'lP.U./1C/JICOL.1, Fla. proceeding day war were atLloyd's
2ftfTREASURER'S cution of that design, but now that tranquility sinners 011 the Fhunctr\\v. These prelim1
Will attend to business confided '.o him with industry ships and cargoes on French account,
restored it natnral that mines cannot he terminated at soonest
1)c.2Jst 19tf I IS NOTICE. was was the nejoeb* before
punctuality. hich were. insured
previously against sea I
r.tfcrtllcu-ll AIRES and JAS. D. W EST should be resumed. lIe could assert with con: VeJnesday! next. Meanwhile Ministers ra.
risk only, at additional of three
:I COTT Jr.,Esquires.Gadesdcn:! TREJTUItER'S OFFICE, 1 an premium fidencc, that whenthe liquidation of the claim t straining every' nerve to carry tho- .11m.) Tb \

, TALLAHASSEE, March 8th, 1835. S per cent for three months. The language should be terminated no additional .burthen DCitit? by \vay uf a feeler, has published ,

;' j9nR.Cnir.MAN, ) County Court. BY an act passpi} 21st November, 1829, it is pro. however, of some of the ministerial papers differs would be imposed on the country' ;. '(*;0h Liter, written by the late General LaEittettd;] .
tided that all Bonds executed Auctioneers from the Journal, and the editors entertain T
by ""
. \ To TUTU 1335. oh !") ihe only Deputy wh se influence preVent diKo
n January shall! be forwarded by i ho Judge of the County Courtto fears that the bill will be %1&&IS$& :
,. Jon: P. HA"Pr.O\T. ) : the Treasurer of the Territory Florida; an'1 that 11. rejected, M. Odiilon BarrGt maintained that the'Convention formfir tnujority ngainst tho Amerrcan cfifiri '

,1 rnHE dtfcn-iant and all other persons Lucrestcd, I IJ all Auctioneers shall quarterly' in *ach year commencing Hyde de Neuvillc, by a letter published of ISIS, signed bytheEniperor, of exceeding 25 or 30. Thii time the *&.2Xz*

: J.rill laic notice that this suit has been com- ; on the 1st!)January: transmit to the Treasurer' in the Echo Francaise, in opposition to the Uussia extinguished th-.J debts of it.ran He "hero of tbreu revolutions" will becnissea. :

1 mcnctd !II y ATTICUMCST, i sucd from the Coiu-1, and i ii under oath, taken before some Judge, a copy of all treaty, has aggravated the hostility to it, and I j e. foi once nl knst, the of J'"
thought thai thu earliest should betaken Royally July wlLsiuceroly
rcturnib'.e'! to the 'term above specified. They arerequired ] sales effected by him, with the amount and at what it is supposed it afford some trouble to the' oppojtunity
. to and the declaration filed time may for from deplore his )loss. his "needless { fi -i{
. appear pli-nd to 1 and place, and far whom the same was ma demanding an explanations .
a raij: ccc. R. 11. DAVIDSON I Now, Auctioneers arc required to take notice of ministers to disprove his statements, whlh'' Ministers. The question was not whether .lwcll on the.anxiety with which the apprc"%

:: Jan. 10 52.1m_ Aty. for Plaintiff- said law, and conform to it, or suits upon their Bonds the Journal des Dtbats promises shall, be done France had more to received than to give, but log debars oh ths never to-be.forgQtteD.2&t. ,
must be insiituted. Judges of the County Courts are Several have been seized of
NOTICE. papers one 000000. is looked forward .
l it was imperative on the Chamber to establish .tobyhldiij-: :
requested without delay, to forward certified
will made at the next Marrh properly them the Quotidienne, for an article in oppo- the of tho French subjects. Resides settir Ii
APPLICATION ana approved, the- Ju s Auctioneers In their pos principles Convention of 1818, by .
J Court for Lrnn county, for session. CHARLES AUSTIN, I position to the treat)'. decidedly refusing to entertain the question of nry question at rest, the vote ,of the f4It 1
etlencat'fll! the of Estate tif tAils
accounts tie The Paris National :
of the
[131 tfl Treasurer of the Territory of Florida.Negroes 22dcontaining an L must decide the limit be
rL,deceased, of which aU concerned will take dueJi the claim. necessarily to estb *::
BEN CUAIHES, Ex'r. at private Sale.rI"E article adverse to the treaty, and reiterating the The Minister for Foreign Affairs said that lished between the legislative the execa* "

t DETSEFLOYD, Ex'trix, er twelve! prime NEGROES will be offered insinuation that the King was interested in it,p the liquidation in question was independent uf live power; or in other: \Vord ,it mu*t'dena: |

December, IS>4. [tJtJsl at private sale in Tallahassee, the second was seized at the office. j I I the Treaty 1818, and formed part ota special the extent ol'tlio'ri ht controul elair&e< ;1if '
week in April, warranted sound and of excellent The Journal dcs Debats Ministerial has 1 I
( ) I the !
j Fresh Groceries. convention of the 27th Sept. 1S1C. The Go- Chamber over the foreign relations of Go*
chatacter, part of them a family consisting of eight, !this paragraph deprecatory of War with Amer-
. The subscriber has just received and offers six of whom are very thriving healthy children, fromiitt.ccn ica. vcrnme'nt had done its duty in requiring the vcrnnio *t

; 20 L\Is. Irish rotatocf, to two ye-irs r.f age, will be offered two thirds: War between presence of the Polish Commissioners, as Th toll.)win: : "is the letter of M. Hyde'-d

. 4(1( drt. Fuperuie Flour," on credit if wanted a prime negro man, a field hand, France and the United States.We .- tha interests of the Treasury and French Neuviilo! rti'cfft\lto, which it is thought will

I 25 boxes Cheese! an dderly negro man, a fir Id hand, and a woman of do not hesitate to ay that of all the wars; citizens were at stake. Murmur H'UHI! I da no itijttry'iii thd '-mericaan cause ". .
( ) Ircpeat
\ about 30, a good cook toamstrcss and excellent wash.
10 K !
Scotch Herrings, practicable or possible for France the "
; bat er and\ ironer. most L that the liquidationvas not likely to I To tlie v\lnr!: lit"! Echo Prancals: >

. 30 do.( Soap Sperm, Candles, Apply to Mr. IVcllford or JMr.McSIullin, for further i foolish, the most GAUCHE, the most impolitic, occasion any fresh burdens to the country. LE.T.G., near Sancerra Jan-15' j*

: 2 K Moiavian Piocs, particulars. that which would cause thy loudest laughter at 1l. Odillon Barrot was opinion that tho I.Sir; -funeral J' 'kson wishes- it aM f'tr.

2 ke LA J'd, March 14 30-4 St. Petersburg, Berlin, and the Hague, and Minister was in error with respect to the character treat iho t'J"' meat of Louis Phillippeajl $
10 do Goshen Butter, JID.UI.'lSTR..iTOl''S"OTICB.. which would most afflict all the friends of liberty -
v of the Csnvenlion hu Ins ncr.iiiii the Indfatis. lie
1.o.Jbe; of IS 16. A* at the I poor : doi
\\ Orleins Su :ar.Wiih IX weeks after date application will be made to in Europe would -
ho a between France
an assortment of oilier Groceries for sale at the hon. the County_Court for the County of tend the United States. war epoch the fate Poland was not finally decided -i not s--e th-tt !'ra'ic i is prepared and prompt let

l the to"cst c.'sh priI'R Leon, for leave to sell the Real Estate of Samuel Only conceive the she could not plead for her own inferesi-*-; !I resent a", insnli offered the country Geril "

GEOllGli: II. LINDENBI2RGER.3lst. Maultsby., late of said County, deed. cries of joy which the men who !labor to.resus- and at a later period, M. Pozzo di Borgo. th J .ckOo'H .)ii rit:; to havo remembered! that iheioxiss }
ah1 CC 1335. 25 tf citate the of the
January: .
B. F. COLEMAN.Ftb. party Holy Alliance would ut.
B. The Representative of Pol nd and Russia, sijnt."J a ilsU-s tiered, avowed, and recognrz r-
subscriber returns his sincere acknowl- 14 27.6wADMlNISTRATOR'S ter when France
t they saw employing the forces the Convention of which annihilated ail a by hi* predecessors and '
e1uThnt.Iorthe! very extensive patronage he has and 181H .I. relating ton gre f'
. the -
: M and pledges hi nsclf tint nothing: on his part, SALE OF since the power which she has acquired claim against France,_ .. ,: ervjc' re5<:lerc ct more than half century aga

ttw be wanting to please the people in ger.l r11. NEGROES. Revolution of July in a struggle After some discussion, J invwhicbjjMes3r5.Bcssieres : .'1 'tfho. UnteJ St.uwhich has never yet beer3IIa
z .__ G. II. L. be s.)ld at Public Auction, to the highest against the {Republic[ of the United States- *' L !
, WILL Odillonput Barrot_ jui{ { g.1K l .i,: : (Jught U i) have kaown that a treaty
bcfo-c strc in Tallahassee Sa-
on when .
ADM1 iny they saw these two who in
LSTRATOn.'S NOTICE. poople, the
LL turda/the 25th of April next, between the usual: hours,, Old New World it was decided thatiili.fu5.thiion $(,' JJi'ri t.ro J hs uplurlor v Uue) especially where muhey'
Persons indebted tp the estatc of WILLIAM the : and represent the cause of "1 iiicj.iei f nnless .
*.' following NEGRO SLAVES belonging to the this subjectAdjourned should beLjioijnbj| it has been duly! accep4p ?
r fT ''Jtsted Atsos to late of Jackson county, deceased., estate of Henry \I bburn, late of Gadsdcn county,: liberty, stupidly warring against each other. day. l" !C j It :lu suoncd. by the different powers wh iil
uninedntc jiaymeiil to the unffSflw deceased, a Negro Woman called Esther, with her What intrigues would be set foot I .
on against
1 us "
the ?
as indulgence c.tDnnte given and those three Children Elias at hat l t1 .Si thtcay'ctmectS'3.! President of UK ,
fine obout 12 of[
cing" ownnds against MUll estate, arc rcqtu-stcd to boy years at home, whilst we were occupied against brother } Uiuitii.l-; out also that-an acC is *
} t hern are, March a boy about C years, and Billy about one freemen The President?_-,__ Airr..rro L arbitrary
=, duly authenticated within the lime picI Terms .. ij.IS resojrec of ?
"" '"", year. of Sale-Oua-third cash, the balance at Minister from Foreig .j tfil1'VJ lt. ; government EitKcta
cr .
I they will be fl'e\'cr birred.THOMAS
12 months with interest and I RUSSIA AND .
eight per cent approvedPCrstItal FRANCE.A which forwarded? \bdhj1Iiciabk 'c t chiiiigc must have taken place mthcr
M.VUI'I'E, was ,
security, with; mortgage on the Negroes-the serious claim has been made the ".United States
on in the sentim-ents'or'the natiozt
ruia Ad.-nniistrator ex ofiicio.lwa purchaser paying for all papers. Sold! by go. a draught of the Conv itS ,h i ept.'
. _- 9hDcc1934t21.Qiuj] order of John Carnodian,necessary A :u01strator. vernment France, by the Emperor of Russia 1816, relative to the liquidatiobtofthe\ mutual 'or this 'strango doctrine is not likely'to'sue*

JOSEPH 7th March. 1835. [30tdJ J R. J. HACKLEY. as King of Poland for a debt due him, acknowledged .claims existing between France3aad'ir5v p' ** l laeTIate. ceed there. I know not what the ,American

I f j A. O O to be at least 20000000f. The but.I certain beforehfand _
Book Duchy \Varsaw.. The Presidepojosod papers may sty am t
just Binding.
received from New Orleans and New Paris Constitutionel of the 23 asserts that, that they will not the dictator
i York >zraI assortment of GOODS BALDWIN respectfully informs his frends that the document should be printed order acknowledge '
I DdforLtthlseason.' He has the usually JNO. the public in general that he has though the Ministers will leave no means un- that the Chamber might be fully acquaintedwith logic of the First- Magistrate the r blici"I ,:
menced Book this in the recornr tried to the American Bill for the 25,000 The threat of General Jackson -' w-
Bert or N York and N Orleans Flour Binding in city, carry its purport previously to the 'discussion iit -. _

: Goshc Butter, Western Hariis ; occupied by James S. Lynn Esq. All orders for binding OOOf. they do not pretend to make its adoptiona announced for Monday next. Agreed to. fare, impolitic, ill-timed, and avvkwardlyj -.- 1:
will be executed with neatness and despatch. Old
Cabinet Question and that should the Chamber I know bfare .
not how theaffftirs
*CM and ; moreover, ,
books re-bound
prime Pork, to any pattern required. A Deputy prspesed that all other diplomatic
of Deputies resolve to reject that measure at condu ted at the .Tbt -1\1i
Potatoes March 7th 30-tf. present $if
J-Mtern Onions! and Cheese documents should bo printed.
; they will still retain their places. The same will speak only l of that which I knowi pCj :
family Beef in half bbls Tho :Minister of Public Instruction replied
Bank Florida.
: rmHCaodlf"s. ; of ,
Nit journal intimates that the supporters of ministers do know positively that neygr under tkE .o<

count ; PARTIES who subscribed to the Capital Stock of need not be deterred from voting against that the documents alluded to were to be pire, or under the Restoration, has them EO
: and ;
Holland Gin on the 22d January last, are here found every where; that they had already been :
lInperial tho bill by the fear endangering tho existence question of such a treatyt'lbo -;
tea by the box by requested to come forward and complete their frequently printed: and that the only document any
: Ero,3 Domestics Bonds and Mortgages on or before the 1st of of tho present administration. under the Restoration it ,cve'head l
the bale dar in that which had just beeu laidon
AH kina Cut by ; April next. By application to the Cashier the The London Times of tho 26th, publishesa not print was of tbe President of the Unior odi; .
Nails and Brads; Bank, the parties will be furnished with blank Bonds tho table. -
Hwlow Ware letter from its Paris correspondent of tbo 84 such a message; I know that at.that time,th .
; N. Orleans Rum; and Mortgages, and will be aided in preparing them LONDON Jan. 26.-Consols closed on Sat- u 1.
Peich, Apple and for execution. IffCHN G. GAMBLE, President. of which the following u an extract: King of France was respected, hiafUeaiMf
All kinds Sh. Cognac Brandy; Tallahassee. Feb. 29 29-tf The claim advanced by the Emperor of urday at 91 1-8, rather firm. Money was conferred honor, and his good oflktes>hti r5r'k'
es by the trunk. case &c. abundant, and could be obtained at three '
H Poland in the of the per and mediation
** v $ to CENTRAL BANK OF FLORIDA. 1 Russia as King name powerful was saughf afterft .;

r.Elti.t. .-Miurn purchase;.tDea Cotton 15,,1834.-19tf'Deer Skim a!d I- Tallahassee, Feb. 27tb, 1835. f Grand.Duchy Warsaw, against the present cent. Spanish and Portuguese bonds are state nothing that I cannot prove. This aST -

THE subscribers of this institution, are hereby Government of France in virtue,of a convention rather advancing. Mexicao.b nds are down of the'Uniied States is a most'sarious & ie1&
hrr 8 uperior Cut Glass: : that an instalment of Two Dollars for the reciprocal adjustment of claim? to 43 34. is npt a question of party but of country .,1 .f
on each Sh are has been called for the Board of
received I It that the amount of the liabilitiesof
1 direct from the claims between tho two countries appears 25 millions ofaeoaatyimrtan44
Manufactory on Directors, and that the same will be due and jwyatle and counter are only c ca
C'nmo;i and for sale low, for cafh. two settOECAMTI&S at the Banking House in Tallahassee on the first day concluded on the 27th September, 1816, is tho bankers at Dublin, Messrs. Gibbon and commercial interest of an' ''impo sc
with WINES to 01 Mynext. L A. THOMPSON. Cash. likely to.become a stumbling block in the way Williams, will range between 56OQOJ,, and widely different 'governs' the qui i; ':

ita.sp. DAVIS, at Win Mancr1* store. Feb.. 28_29-tdp. _' tho settlement of the American question, 63,0001.The usets to meet these claims are Letmy' correspondence be' read .which-- wi t

24th. 1835 S4tf ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE, J from the fear that is entertained lest the'repog- estimated from 32.000to 40,0001, ao that printed Washington, and comnut icatedtatbii. ;

HATS Tallahaisech March 14, 1835. $ nition of the one debt should be regarded a there will be 10s. in the pound. Senate, (which, I am of opinion,.must.have, beea "
hn It U the duty of the Adjutant General to: _to laid before the Committee.who.. bat '
?CCciye report The liabilities of the old established bouse : ycap-v. rfr4
by the for the the
ob8ciiber precedent [
direct from the the War Department the number effective. {Militia charged 'I1th..the task tozamnthatrtat :$
.824ctory Eeayer two Inyoic, -of HaU, consisting ., within this Territory, to the end ''that the quota of other ot St. Petersburg, whose suspension, of pay- wi"JWh t a'sacrifice'tbe'trpityji: 9 :.

) I Ilr ,brin Jr&b"-Otto-* and Bbck Caster, Arm attthorited to said Territory, may be furnished, M. Dupin, the.President of the Chamber of meat has also been alluded, .to, are estimatedat on France, and:what'advantage itenatirW;..' '

1"1" ,,_.W *, ected'upreult'tortbi.to militials which cannot made'rlacrwn.be dpna until It the is effective',ordered'strength!directed"the Deputies, has been beard within \these row 4,500,000 roubles, or something under,200' EngTish? I repeat that'the 'questkin. jST r

tt 2111J JU8Tmi5S.'; DAVIS.711T .therefore, that UseiMiliti Ofiicer throughout the Territory iJay* to express biraself very ,strongly ,agaiqst 0001 sterling.' ( entirely nationalGovera'meotj ;liler'iwrsons
_.. : ,a*early.jipracUblef make; out and forward a a ratification of the Washington treaty by the Return* have been received of the >election i .re'equally'caUed.bo,,to'w'ir {

* 'andBoots. r Brigadier OeaeruJ) Call' of Tallahassee l !,.to be Chamber and ,tbe idea seems to gain ground of 638 members of Parlimsnt, who are classed by.4oingso. they not only' r.tiotLt"f
aJOd submitted to the J.
General eive
Adjutant 1WtOpat2Ofl4UWeUSlt4
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follows '' ,
,. by Lhe IlUbecriber, direct from the. that tfeb&eeecAakr ibfoftrialidri, so 'important" to* the .m itbe members:generally, that a .second as bod faith. is ao inothaustibJe'soun, ot t 'f >

rt 1J"Aiks i Q Jo vote*of ffupe-- Territory of Florida,may be 'sent-the; War Depart .refusal may be hazarded,without any' aeri9us r. I Reformers -- 357, credit. an U1e- j nstiiAG"' '8OUI'" .1 -.f1 b.Vf.t o. t :.*'

ladie*.& 4 PDtl. .. risk of a rupture with the ,go'ernmeDtcof. o :. j .Tories 256 ;. Biit'niusti 'wmtD:iDa'W U' E -_ ) :
**d.AppIv.i : ': W. er r tho o Te andC ri mand Mn-Chi ( 1 Doubtfut.i.,. 16. '
W'na'tnQ .' United.s -.Htn'ovei'cerr neou.this yiow: r-fr' f;:the eT isiifldkdeiW; ith'tai ,
t' .ms r .t :. / :: .TBt8;'BROWN. I
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; -. ,:,.- JlIl.JI'. -I.flf-- .ial Gulf..$( .Hesfco, it k..oaly throagh her tile oppresao of that Transatknlic: power" as between I prafe.siver! 1gntie3 the aecesarty 1 t relations; and tpeculate as tbey'lI7
.B.I1; it, the'interest of the future, when this laTsP Territory that canal. or.rail road may shorten separate .commtuajttea, they subsequently con- of the party:complaining 'of a trespass froma I may on what are,-- and what are I1 .
< the future has cost'BO'much"'andwrtfoj and add security to a most circuitous and dan !I derated for that common object, and ns common agent, making case for the par- tional remedies tinder our 'Iltem or teee5 i;
ai vre nave resigned ourselves to such enormous gerous[ navigation, or jive speed to an'in r.coul1f' FREE SOVEREIGN, and 'INDEPENDENT ties in the political copartnership 'to act on. I ment for alledged grievances, teii. .
1ificee1in eiti order to render it durable.- '..Oovena.l between the East aoel.Ute.West, increasing 'STATES, they were recognised in. In recognising however, the conventional arbiter sense, and the first principles! 9f yet self co..... f
paw away! men die, but bad devised treaties .
remain. I win therefore ,aR the inform. With the increasing importance and the Treaty of peace which terminated the war under our Federal system as the prac- vatioo equally as ipplicabla: to politieaJ .
,,t 81(aeeessary: to enlighten my gwe fcDow ritirera.r- prosperity of those extremeties of our Repub- of the revolution. Common objects, and ticable mode of adjusting contests for power ciations as to private indmdW, .mUtt ij. ,t
: jThe Aitt. 9 crrt do not destre.it. from me. With ic. Encircled by two'seas* and with no point common interests continued to hold these : growing out of the constructive grants of the sanction resistance to otmreb*,, in .t.i*Ht tsh'ape
: :.emcctry ,absorbs every other consideration.id more than 70 or SO miles remote from either, sovereignties together under the old confederation i constitution, as one comporting with the spiritof it may appear, and from
; \;.. ... .. they esteem; I will not lose intersected in every direction by rivers susceptible until that instrument was modifiedby I that compact, I dp not mean to impair the ter it may come, as he wbatner'l\lar.. .
.; Itw..t : i.opmtoa, and, isolated as I am, of improvement, wiih no mountains, the Constitution, which was framed-by a I absolute right mseperable from sovereignty to is one thing to achieve and anotCfc! ? t
,. '"i. 1 ,.'btJol.... ,, I will continue to give :and few hills but what may be overcome Convention which met in the ytsar 1787. In judge of and redress at every hazard its own serve liberty. Our Revolutionary j ?P*" 1

am-peWWJed.flPt I which owe this nothing loyal can pubHcity weaken.to ,with a surface, the inequalities of which can : that body the States weie represented as distinct grievances, but so far as this absolute right threw off the British yoke, flLJstitutiAially wCf1 f* 1 J 1
: my oottfitfy which I love above all things, and the scarcely be detected by the eye, and with forests communities by delegates of their own may conflict with constitutional obli alioas to or not. did most rfehtfull," ?* I 3
[United States,:which.1.consider as a second coun.. abounding with the most durable timber I choosing. TJiey voted as such on all ques- other communities the jigerieved party, is their wron i -.-Worthy !inc'caacot fiR '
try. I will moreover, go solar as to say,that therejection ;in no portion of the United States may internal tions, each state, without regard to its population bound to consult with! or appeal to tlreir opinions watchful of the I kgacy whi'h patriot aiJl0 I '
: : of this treaty will, perhaps, be useful to i improvements be conducted at less cost, bavin bufojte ro/e. and as such their separate ." before. she-- oossiblv I ..ieonardiscs. by. her qucatbed them-they J cannn..----..- i l,* ___f *he. I 1.
twin countries.: I shall be understood on the other or to more advantage. As identified with the ratification of the instrument was necessary course the existence of a UNION which (;rights for which a devoted tnceatr/V1 j
aide of the Atlantiee. I address this letter to you, progressive advancement of a Territory still before it became bidding on the respective formed in a spirit of mutual compromise, is "their fortunes their lives and periled

4-.fhll Editor I do not, and in any to you manner only,,make in order this to great show question you- smuggling with the weakness of infancy, but parties Nearly twelve months elapsed only to be preserved in a similar spirit of reciprocal honors." Every encroachment on the* SSI

"a question of party; the Journalists of all with the promise of a vigorous manhood as I before the requisite number (nine) of the concession There is a correspondingobligation be met with the determined spirit ; tfd I
shades. of generous opinions will concur with me. important to the dcvclopement of hidden resources -. ratifying States could be obtained. North with the other parties to meet tempered with the considerate prudent7!
I am'; f'i-&c. which need only to be disclosed 'to* I Carolina, Rhode Island and Vermont, with promptly the complaints of their injured as- Washington. And while there are hot 5 1
IIYDtDEEUILLE., Ex-Deputy. attract to our shores the skill and enterpriseof held their assent to the Constitution for many sociate-and apply the remedy, which with- any, I trust among us, who d!> not rheriahi
And formerly Minister to the United States." those who seek in new countries an improvement months subsequently, and might have remained out compromitting the rights or prosperity of warm attachment for the Union, all liT1
r: I II of condition these subjects had either shall the ends of the will concur in the hop!,
I their ; arc to the present day, if they so acccomplish great sentiment that a ttill i :
COL. GADSDEN'S CIRCULAR.To i iI I which would necessarily engage the ear elected, out of the compact Many of those Constitution by receiving and advancing thoseof ardent passion for constitutional liberty i is?
I and which did and New all. In deed I have long cherished the only I preservative '
FeZZow-Citizcnsof Florida. I ly unceasing attention of your Delegate. ratify, Massachusetts principle of that Union. t '
my To the continued confidence of, They have already been; noticed by our local Hampshire in particular, yielded their consent i idea, which I should be loth to believe with xv.is to achieve LIBERTY that the nut & :
and the work the railroads with that certain I some mystical delusion. that the litical of 1
friends, which is duly appreciated ou Legislature, important an implied understanding, was great copartnership seperate and iude
many, am I indebted for having name again my :I and the canals to the accomplishment of amendments which they recommended as necessary I object in our political system of constitutional dent communities. was entered into, ,..ru
part presented to consideration my as a candidate which, by chartered provileges capitalists have I "to guard more effectually against an restraints in the distribution of powers, first t h perpetuation of I liberty to eacbj UQ t fa, all Da 4 J
your :I been invested are not among the least of undue administration of the Federal Government between the General and State Governments of iu members must that :
for Congress at the approaching election inI c9ipactan5 I
in of which would that instrument and then in faithful administration of those for its continued
r Hay next. As unchanged in the opinions. many improvements, the success be finally embodied in the own existenr* Libert
of he who now addresses you has ever felt a deep .. :The Constitution therefore, of theUuited powors, through Executive Legislation' and the bond which holds tie: Stetes 1
Itave long formed of the true interests our togethrjj: ,
common:Territory, and in the political princi- and abiding interest. An interest, he trusts, Sati.the: bond which holds them together Judicial Departments, was to secure as effectually the cement which alone i-'n.'nr'!
pies which have hitherto regulated rcla. however, disconnected. local feelings, or was: lhe creation of the people of as human imperfection could in any of perman uce to th'". ho-! politicalVenken (ihrie. 1
my sectional advantagesan interest of an en. separate and independent ommunities. A its works; tho harmonious: co-oppration of the \ one of ih! -1 'olu'im wir han7 i
tions with the people of Flerida ; as those !
Territorial character which would certain whole to the ends tci be accomplished.! tain* the American 1
friends seem'to be by this favourable expression larged or compact delegating to a general agency great Temple of FreedoJjao4 I :
of their estimation of probable ability so judiciously direct all appropriations and investments defined and limited powers, and reserving to Not by either ia an ambition for cnlargemcnt the entire ii.iil.lin2 LOU.'Sf f Its i'Jundat on.Impair .-
rightfully to comprehend and my faithfully to sustain -I whether by Government or by individuals the States lespectively, or to the people, the for powers encroaching on those whi. h appertain in the l lear d. ... e, ih'j 'vcret."ui Of
those principles, and those interestj ; II as to be felt in all its advantagesfrom lesiduary mass of powers: not therein granted I to others, but by each acting in god the States an ] you--.fee the blow the mjsi I
i ow it to them, to the usagcs of a political I one edremltyf Florida to the other. or prohibited. Under such a system in I: faith within its own limits, and restrained in fatal 1 to Liberty, to the Coa Itattoo, ilI1d b th I
canvass, and to a pledge made in a card addressed It i i.. not by petty sectional wars-it is not by the distribution of trusts, ell to be exercised part within thse bounds by the certainty that Union.
to.you the last summer, to expose my I I elevating one portion to the disadvantage of however for the sole benefit of the people, I every trespass would be repealed. Where Your feU'1w-c.tzea! : ,
individual views of the "duties and obligations another, that a country can prosper, but by seemingly so well guarded and poised, and I I this moral restraint fails, collisions, which JAlisG'LDSDEN.: _
of your Delegate;" so that by comparing i tha| equal handed legislation by that equitable with so much space f for the States, and the i should! be considered the diseases of our sys -:::
end judging how far they correspond with distribution of the blessings of government General Government to move harmoniously tern, may take place, but even these are not : Twen/y:Third Congress.
; those you-have formed; you may be tho better which lools with a single eye to the together, it was scarcely to be expected that t i irrc'' cdiablo (unless the lancet be inju in..us- : < S**" AttJr.....2>.S sion
able to decide what claims! they give me on promotion of the common good, and the general collision could ever take! place. Such a ono ly applied) for the great and list meJtatur I IN SENATE.AorA -
your politic con dencc. I welfare. All other representation is however did occur in the year i798, when the sovereign will of the people interposes to I TCESDU, hreh3.
Among the prominent subjects of interest : based on that log-rolling system of legislationthat the Congress of the United States in the correct whit may hive been deranged and to Carolina RUJizt:.
to'the Territory of Florida, and which cannot selfish bargaining and selling, in a i passage of the Alien and Sedition law trespassed I readjust the parts of the political machine I Mr. Mangiim asked! 1 leave to 5>ei JJ to the derft!
be reached or JKHcd on with effect by our scramble for" spoils, as adverse to the genuiusi3 I } : :: alike upon the liberties: of individualsand which may have been misplaced. indeed : table! eel t.li ia resolution adopts' lr/ the Levels-
local lagislaturc; I recognise security against ; it may one day povc fatal to the permanency : the freedom of the press. Virginia. this is essentially a government of public ture of N'>rth Carolina ; and asked tnt the&>
Aggression,. from abroad ; the extending and ,of our political institutions. I :ihva\s among the foremost to sound the alarm sentiment, not of force. fhe attempt to exercise I nJtewoulJ indtiljt him in havia, th a read fie
improving the facilities of domestic and foreign Tbs removal of the Indians West of the I from;the watch towers of liberty, sent forth a the latter, or to coerce a State by the said il was not ha purpose In Jeiiuj llurSemfc

commerce and the application of those Mississippi, is another subject of deep and man 1esto to her sister States, in which she I bayonet, wonld be more fatal to the perpetuity I I by upon comment which to upon discuss then.and This adj.ist was: not dilficulu the arena!

fialutary attcnli'.as to our local concern*, which I vital I consequence to the early settlement and declared! that: "in case of deliberate, palpable I II I or the Union than the most refractor/ spirit : tint hid arisen, or that mi-rUt arise any, between Ia es
by developing 1're resources may animate the I improvement of the Eastern section of our ,I and h igorous exercise ot powers on the put under the highest possible degree of excite- I I constituents and himself He would! not ddaia
industry and ive profitable direction to the : Territory. Treaties have been formed with of the Federal Government the States, who ment she could betray. A sovereign; State the Senate longer thin h expivss the hope<< that
Capital of our 'nun try. them to the execution of which there is rca are Parties tothe compact, have a right and ca..not commit treason; it i is. Jividuals only the epsinresdutions wouul be taken upm
The Territ 7 of Florida is peculiarly and SOD'tob liere'DO further obstacles will I I inter .ire i ia duty bo'ind, to interpose for arresting who can rebel against the lawful authority of the course of the! djy, and that he wuuH bu!-
favourably sit! ;ted in its relations, both military I pose. -* Should 'the General Government act the progress of the evil, and for maintaining their government, and be n.ade amenable: t j lowed to rtcorJ: his vme up.>:i tliem.
In reference
to the instructions, lie \runll avail
-and convi crcial, with the two Americas. : on the occasion with the promptness and determination within their respective limits, the authorities its penalties. A State may, under a momentary hiu.cif of the occasion: barely! t", say, tLafh
Like a mod i Italy projecting into au Archipelago : of which there is every reason to rights, and liberties appertaining to them excitement disregard its solemn obligations :I should Dot cor.lorm. to them. He should vote
no 1 's celebrated than tLit which is : believe it will, the day is not far distant, when There resolutions, echoed' by the ne less pat- and obstinate persistancc in the course i against expunging the resolutions. The Legs
encircled b; the shores of Asia Macedon, relieved from our troublesome neighbours a riotic State of Kentucky, have ever since may expose her to a just ciuse of war with ; bture had u- right! tl> require him to become lie
and Greece, the wealth of the West Indies, district of country favored alike in its soils been considered as the sound doctrines of the others; but we have nothing to apprehendfrom instrument of Ijb o\va er-r'naIderadation. He
as well as ti:; valuable productions of possibly and its climate and adapted to productions Republican School, and to which individually that speculative possibility under our repelled the estrci "f so vindictive a poser;
: no less ftvoftred districts, may be made varied and not common to other parts of the I do, without hesitation respond, as corresponding system. The whole history of our Federal and, when appneO to him ein he repel'ed!' it wi&bC
I and wJi
tributary to tls commerce, and to its enter- : United States will be open to the enterprise to the theory and spirit of our political relations show a tendency on the part of the Tne)rn members e' of lion.the Legislature were sernaS!!
:- thc: Stan.iing! as it were, at the very portal of valuable emigrants.Whatever. differencesof institutions. In thus recognising the right of I General Government to encroach on the :I and representative ,> the people; he, Mr.H,
: .through wh."*h the domestic exchanges of the opinion may exist as to the rights and claimsof State interposition, or the right of a sovereign States; but this tendency, proceed from what i was likewise one. That they were disposed to
Taxied: pr'Oft! Actions of the enterprise and skill! tiie sons of the Foiest and as to the polio people! to remedy their wrongs, proceedingfrom side it may, is not to be repressed by wars i guard with jealousy! the honor of the State,itw
of sister communities united under one Fe- which has hithertbo regulated our negotiationsand I what quarter they may without being or the threatening rumours of wars, but by the I run his province to discuss or to q'u stiOnJ B:
4er& bead, has to pass, forms one of the intercourse with them, fatal experience I subject to the penalties of rebellion I do not influence of public sentiment. Does a State iiker.-ise Jet! it his duty to miari) the hooor"bf
Itaks by which that union may be held has taught us that the white and the red man i wish to be misunderstood s confounding the I complain and interpose her power to arrest I: State, and nt less to guard his ',iwo perswal!

Bore firmly together, and offers those guaranft&ieesinil cannot live in harmony contiguous to each : Stale with its Stae Gor .lImellt. They are very the supposed evil? If wrong, palpably: so, in : nor him;to both direZlN:, in his conceptionimperio'JJy Ue; rcs.>!ations, ; and that requM puot I
military position, by which the thcr. Humanity therefore, dictates the policy i distinct. By the Slate I comprehend the the conception of the allcdgeJ grievance she : being settled iu.hs rjinJ, be trusted 00 one w Ji I
defences'of that Union, against foreign assault now adopted, of concentrating the Indiansin people, by the social compact made a unit. will be made to recoil by the imposing influence i knew him could entertain a cL,ubt as to Locounton :
.znay with the mere certainty be perfected a district of country fir West, where, unmolested The cirisocitty which remains unchanged: a- of that moral power (constitutionally expressed this subjecLMr. .
It was indeed the military situation of Florida they may continue to enjoy those mid the fluctuations of governmentshich is II through a convention of the Statt"3)) Frcinghny Mr. Calhnun. Mr.King,ofAiabamt
which rendered its acquisition importan habit* common to savage life as the only i I sorer -n. and which as such, did crcate the within her appropriate orbit. Was she rLjht, .'1-'. Muigu-n, JL. Con- aailr.
to the United States. Its early history only means of preserving these wrecks of once ,: State Government, and with other sister sovereign though singly and alone, she perils a remedy, Ber' lilt made.. ; s.>me Ih>e-'v ;tioi<. wwi!
exposes i it* beligcrent relations, first to the noble Tribes, these last relicks of the abori. i communities did contribute to breathethe the same irresistible voice vail make cvea accidental on O.i the m.It table.:! :) of>Ir. Cbyiotr the! $ubct13.

British colonies and subsequently to the con- gines of America. breath of existence into the Federal majorities quake, and usurped poiar TIt ::;: ::;;"' Reriaz.
: tiguotti republican States of our Union, until With these views of the duties and obligationszof compact. As the creator therefore it can yield to the force of l'ulh.Ye have nothing M-. Cb\: ):} moved 'I) tak* > theMr resolut)1Jaf:
by a too deferred it a Delegate, I would submit i of the acts of its i to apprehend however from these possible! collisions
i' policy, long became a .cheerfully judge creatures, and not only Be. ';:. :.) expunge sV. .n ttc plm1J.ioCiX
: Component part of that Union to which it was the consideration of my qualifications I I may, but is m duty bound to interpose its so long as the atiun of our government : Sea-.te;. toe n.x Jiioas* of tiie: 2Sh: March l3std
II naturally connected. Drought thereby within and claims to your impartial suffrages. As it i I I authority to check the wandering either beyond I is controlled or regulated by a strict construction .I: it ,\o- :.> taktrit up.
rM the circle of those relations which are more is for you he will have to act, you are the r their respective and prescribed limits. I of the Constitution Let the Federal M"hte ;lk:': ic-jveJ to arwnd the resUt'
.I firmly connected by a community of interects only legitimate judges of the ability and zeal II All the powers of the Fedcial and State Governments I Congress keep within its pres'ribeJ limits-1. by >:rik.jgoat: tire \v,>rJ "expunged," and sub-
and sympathies, completing in its g -: a neceesarj on the part of your representative aro but in trust for the bbnefit of the exercise and doubtful powers, no powers & stitutiaiT "repealed;: rcsciaJ: arid declared!m
and void, and cal! rJ br the and naysTrtxtvere
ical limits a maritime boundary by which noimraagtnary rightfully':.comprehend, and successfully to grantees. In relation to the action of the expressly delegated on a case of Stute inter ordered. < ; yeas

lines, but a wide expanding ; root6jair1ntrestp. Our country howev. State government or the salutary restraints position, or even of Carolina Nullification: Oa: this: motion, some debate took place,after
-ic made to interpose between the shores.- :"-' .. beiiiecently.. adgitated, not by the which may be put or its possible'attempts to will never again occur to disturb the harmonyof : ,, whicii, Mr. Kins; Alabama raoved !o strikt
tie ,United States anJ those countries infiueoced iYe(1', 'controversy on .the transcend its bounds, the judgement of the the Union, ,: the Wi>rd-> from 'L'1-?original reouiiua! "OrIkft
by other ;oferomc ts. Florida cannot .onr- Fedeta1 I relations 4t and-7 so im- State. in the sense I apply the word, must I have thus, Fellow-Cit zens, given in full I i ) be espuc,:!id 1-\>iii the j-mrnals of tiie Sei3t!t,
: be nby Congress, in all these import: } k;?tee a d br", nanv of our fellow be final, for it is the sovereign will of a people! : and perhaps too much in detail for your patience i on which! after farther debate, ttle questwn *
J collections but with a deep and absorbinterest. citizeis.taatthelcaddidates for popular favor controling! the creature of its own and role I the views which I have formed on the ; taken by yeas and nays; yeas 3J. nays 7. .&..
Mr. Weber and said the,votegreat
Its exposed frontiers I in Territory'ae'd in cteation. But in relation the of Federal Relations. in rose ,
g : protruding ouri ruyself particular, to alledged encroachments subject our They are, v.ite, which ilx SeniLe bas now givro, lias
$osth, J like' a national advanced post on its have been' called :on: for their views on the I I of the Federal agency, without I I however, the opinions of but an individual on II: accomplished all that I have everdesu1 respeet'iagtiis
: :acterp and Western flanks. Its prominent I' subject I have-BO disposition to disguise my comprornitling the sovereignty, or of impairing an important question which after nearly half expunging res utm.. Mr. \t.cid *
pleats its-the midst of the very whirlpools otbe sentiments on,(bis or any other question which the ultimate right of tho agri ved party to I II :: a century of discussion seems still to remain I II I ded by a mouca, which be tbriraraed tie" dsW1
Mexican Gulf-its spacious harbors and might ioffeeace the political confidence to he I judge and act for itself yet as but oie out of I unsettled. Could Governments, constitution foes that he would not rithdtawWhiththe ,
deep indented bays, become necessarily em- belowed on a representative, by any portionof I many who framed the compact, she owes an I al ones at least, be reduced to a science, the resolution be laid on the table. debate tfC:
fcncee within tho chain of those maritime aDd 1 my fellow citizens. However high I should I obligation before she proceeds to extremities*, principles of their workings resting on the Upon this motion, without fuWtr .
; :9ftval defences which from the Presidency of appreciate the political confidence of the people to her sister States, to refer all disagreements immovable base of certainty and truth, wouldbe "yeas Yeas and-Messrs.Bays were Bdl taken, Bibb, ,as Black folio;rs CaIhoul: ,C'Clayton
,JKr. Monroe have constituted the true policy of Florida, I value honesty still more: as to the improper exercise of constitutional susceptible of demonstration. As theyare Ewing. Fretingtrjysen, GOld3P
. .ft Important in its commercial connections the imputed forfeiture of that which amongtoo in the same spirit of mutual compromise and become mere machines of bis contrivanceand Porter, Pient s, Preston, Robbins,Sifebee. '
v: ,aipes, Hs keys, and its promontories, like its many politicians is deemed, if not a weak- concession which originated>> yield to the necessarily partake of the imperfections Southard, Swift,Tipto,TomliD5oD: ,Tyier,War
.Jiitfboars for defences,seemed formed for those ness, at least a stumbling block in the path judgement of three fourths to preserve the of!ids nature Ocr Federal system therefore, g.2 man, \bster-27.
: eaooni which are necessary to warn the navipfclog of political advancement. Too honest for UNION. It is the only tribunal, the ulti- such as it is, has of course been exposed: to Nays-Messrs. Benton, Brown, ucbaIii'
.: i" of his approach to the reefs, the rocks, a politician has almost become the election- mate arbiter to which a sovereign community fluctuations and disagreements of opinion, as of Cuthbert Geo. Grandv.Linn Hill,M'Kean Kiue, Klngof, Moore,
: ipi the currents of a most eering cant of the day and is itself and its to its its Leigh, W'
ff.-: dangerous navigatioo. more frequently respecting obligations to other origin, true character and the correct Robinson, Rugglo, Sbepky, Tallaudgc, ;
: If the strengthening of our exterior:' turned to the disadvantage, than to the ad- sister sovereignties can submit the questionof principles of i its operation. The views Wrigln-30.So .
tamers be necessary to close the door to vantage of the candidate. Office can in itself constitutional grants to which she is a par- which I have imbibed, are such as were entertained the resolution was put to setp.! _.y
foretga invasion!illumination by light houseto i confer no distinction. It is be who fills it, and I ty. The Supreme Court is but the creatureof by Jefferson and other illustrious cotem- Oa motion oi Mr. Ewing, the Senate protf ;d
: of the badlands of our sea coast be impartial -! not he- who may have accidentally won i it, the General Government. Its authority is poraries of the Republican School aod con- to consider the bill amendatory of Boa*azd:
to lighten the high tray of a most hazardous that merits the approbation of his constituents.I purely judicial to decide on all cases of i law tain what they always believed to be the coa- for the continuation of the Cumberludit

navigation, of no less consequence is have never been emulous of place to be acquired or equity arising under the Constitution. It senatite principles oj our UnionA Union was After finally passed.other the SeDate tack., .
the improvement of our water courses; and by .the arts of modem electioneering, can take no question on sovereignty, policy, however not as some would have it, of authority a recess some till 5o"dock.HOUSE proceedings.
tfee opening of ways of easy cornmunicalioa, or the wiles of political deception. It would or expediency. The Chief Justice has him. of force, and of the bayonet ; held
fey,roads and canals between the different cxkeaes however be an affectation on my part of an self so decided. To yield to that tribunal the together: by the fears and cemented by the OF REPRESENTATIVES.-
our Territory .as ,well as with the insensibility: to a very laudable ambition, not prerogative asserted by some, would be making bloody apprehensions of the parties. A Unionnot By the unanimous consent of theH _. *\
1. State, contiguous to our bouDd& es. It is by to acknowledge the gratification which the the liberty and even sovereignty of twenty as others would made it of necessity, like rat members, whom indspositk>a d : ai<
these high ways ; rivers and duals, turnpikes merited political confidence of the frgemen of four independent States bow to the judicial the unnatural connection of the Siamese House at the late hour of taking the .,, ,
,ftfid Jail roads' improved by the ingenuity of Florida would afford me. will of a few individuals.The Twins, drawn together by a ligature which the lb< wsolatioa on French .Rdauaot weOntaotionof IIIr
.. B, aod on which of late by the application i To rightfully comprehend the question on courts of our country arc the admitted I strength of parties cannot sever, but which were votein allowed.Its favor.to add their ijawes to !t

.: ..1....tetm, mags even teem to hive been triy-! which I am called for my views, it will be ne- arbiters in all cases of law and equity arising I both would rend asunder if they could .or Mr. Polk, the Boese .-_I\
y"t dnl and commercial intercourse ; ceuaullo revert to the history of the American under the Constitution of the Federal and I they dared. Such is not the Ameran Union, self into a committee:: of the wboie oa d ..,
., ,. "j,.-..couBtriea. by bekg broktzce States for it is history alone which can State Governments. It is before those tribunals : as the friends of State Rights Appreciate it. I the Union, [Mr. Hubbard UhZUJ' :-
; Hade ,better acquaiated, and that cste&ibh Ibo faction.which the two great par-: that Governments may arraign individuals I Theirs b i Uwn of comxao* a&rctfe and.of :ac.boQbi11s: returned from the ., c. :
.. fleeauBgly adverse are co&ctfiated, if &aa which have hitherto divided tho people of and individuals indict individuals ; but how i the ejection, like the sacred bond in domes .. : tit tilt
;:,' I'" **tftf.tt4-.jab. fee common tie* ''which I C I coaatry," base the' soundness of their long would the suffering parties have in tic life, their Union .f the States is cetaeatad The amendments made for br the Ww.I'DP

.., 'beI4 i.eities .. &-. Few ,coastriesferorabk respective: advene opiflioaa-,.The earhestecords to wait for justice in ho expected patience voluntary : reciprocity of interests, and of sympathies 6 caaking experts appropriapoes of tbe" Govtraaeat fer we JP IIr
.... .i.. to these Japroveaaeate, or exhibit. tbo.thirteen. British. Colonies "! interposition .f the courts in their I and conciliated; on the principles of wae.tWa\1P-' .-
wld graft, man .&om tfem., :wbeeher ia ts separate communities,: of.each4&er befylt; Each has to make issue or a case'fa I mutual compromise and concession. ..The....... t c -= .
;;to... _' ""1T .' and only 'unite Jii tbft acknowledgement ,It fbrtbecoeCoogrcsaij tiapt- ; :
: idadtml"investigation.' is in this minuet Theorbo! however .as"tho..(Head* ,of c &. .
:ita ova 'local' esacwm, .. 'letwtfti tile Atefic '\ tie 3pe&scs .
way otga0 tIIv S. ... .;..ro..fo.J- ... > tiJI'JDOSsunpJl- illustrated, fej a compact doing oa tta.l@Uisaftie ctioa o.o 1e4siI. .wm L -
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J.iaw4 r Hunt-.4,- orovidiog outfit ol that a Minister the appropria to Lon- j oJ Those,who. .haye recently NO.-I.come' into. .the;ij Territory j t win TheTcpres a mere tUaiireH of >his ra'State wsgmeth'ing more then peniia'* for Ac admntag* of'the T rrluay%. """ .: : -4." ,. 1II171ff1- r;' ..-,'
agent immediate Constituents
the Minister be naturally desire destroying their confidenc in me. Doubtless the -
until ap. to in
a know
; JOt take effect advice aud consent of the the political opinions of Ue ttc is charged with the interests of the whole habitants of Florida will be duly greatful for these O H. Threop.Engnvtr;of Bank Not** .
with the Representative in Congress and his course Union as much with efforts Portraits HwhJsoCBaiBasioeteaiting .V'
JiI"b1'od regard as those of his own d&trict. to prevent all the good which _I hare labored .
taken up.tk to general politicks. We publish for their information Every member from Georgia or South Carolina to erect, while the authors of this famous stratagem Cards, Diplomas,,Notarial and Sodety.)8 )
WIS oj'P the amendment as usual and the following extract from the circulars of is a member Congress. It he confines his at- may be safely left to the self-inflicted torments of their Door Plates, aad all kind of Masonic Enfraviecuted ,
,-.r? There was no necessity, he said, Delegate for 1830 and 1831- our .tention to objects local he own impotent malignity. I should do violence to in a superior manner. Specimens may be te/HL-
r of He rnov- purely only performs at Mr. Wilsons Book Store,where erdcrs be leti.
psdent of his Not my feelings, and great injustice to the elevated senti. may
the dis3 to the amendment. "I have continued.to abstain from talcin any 'Territory.jart He is so with the Delegate of a men? of'my colleagues, were I not to state my decided Tallahassee March 9th 1835, 38-tf .
t' louse part in the political contentions a mere commissioner or a deputy belief that its -
we ha directed the at and party strife, effects has been beneficial rather NOTICE.WE .
,.jq. AdarnsSlJd.he when the bill with which the country is unhappily agitated for sent to present the requests, and explain the than injurious to me. Indeed, among men of sense
this subjeCt
the subscriber do
$ 'the House to here but had made no the reasons before exp-essed to you in letter wants and wishes of a dependent Colony. He and honor, it could only inspire disgust for the cause of administration hereby the apply for letters
; my oa estate oCapc. John
eonsideratinn of last represents a province the which required rsuch and the
:4 year, and which I have property of a Union; instruments instru
be highly impor- Hilh deceased. J
IL would every ground to L'AKIER
. ,. regard to it.. believe were not a State, a Member cjf thc Confederacy. His ments base enough to be used in any cause.
entirely approved by I March 13 I835 32 8w M.
Minister in England, in case our a large majorir commission and duties From the moment of my being honored with the Ouincey BLUE.
of are '
I bsve I Horn France. If our ty you. Having no vote,it would be considered upon matters confidence of fellowAntizc-ns -

recalled oft their
ti-.t e my Delegate For
be highest moment I the! Nation Charleston
shfIuld bsusp ded there, it. would an impertinent interlerence in matters in which be and it may in Congress, I have been compelled to encounter asp ,
should involving
:. ons Minister in the neighbor- I we are denied any agency, and would be resented incidentally the prosperity or even ? ies of hostility, I will venture to say, unexampled BRIO SOMCRSXT, CAFTAIR LIWIS.
of his
' porEDt to have a the amendment, and as an unauthorised intrusion in contentions in I existence constituents, and he has no vote. in the United States. It has not been directed This vessel will sail on Teasday next,
) illll fIt was oppOS'! to which we have nothing to gain aand much I The great concerns ofpeaee and war, ainst my acts as your Del.-gate-my fidelity and and return to St. Marks. Those persons
sanction principle to lose.
. booL die House would not : I had more business than I and revenue are beyond his limits. In commerces ccss in that character (as I before said) is not denied desirous ordering on Roods from that place, will re.
d It Y"3S an attempt to dictatepsiJeflt any one man could do, Territory is but I it is collect it may be the only opportunity.which mayor
itefDbT'3Cf'd. without engaging in such profitless i an appendage of the Union, and ; admitted, that on this score, there
i in a matter of his constitutional controversies. I follows'its fortunes. To meddle viih them would : never has been the slights: : ground for complaint. frr this season. For passage-having cxcelleat accommodations
the of a IUJistertpod Among the most vexatious and embarrassing draw i So far from calling conduct in : apply on board, or t
the 'W-nntment I in question his discretion and my question, on the
IflLI it SenJcnt on a special meeting oi the subjects pressed upon the attention of every new ciency. An ample field 13 impair his effi only point in. which I am responsible to my constituents March 21st. (32.1w W. C. MILLEDM
to him -
had administration, are the numerous for open within the it has been that I
HeS that the President applications sphere ofhis evtn alledgcd have been too NIXON'S
j3lt. appoint agree a Minister during the appointments to, and removals from office. Constantly duties. acknowledged rights, and admitted s successful in my exertions for the Territory of Florida
LttbC power to I I liable to be harrasse .by importunity, and at the expense-of the United States. No- the IN THE'I OWN OF QUINCY.

'ttee ofCiDTrrss.qu'St then taken, the motion to i imposed! upon by interested statements, it is hard- "As an individual I have opinions which'I never course pursued has been to assail my private character The subscriber respectfully.
l D being ly possible to avoid concealed from any man, who desired to know to arraign me for acts done, or charged to be
rhe nfthe Senate deibe errors until they learn who informs the that he has
was done individual a public, again
amendment them. as an in the opcnr
is of or ot
no profession
be my
to are to depended for part my nature or habits
Aret affirmative, 91 to 74.The : upon, that species of local ) sentiment I to conceal and no way affecting my duties towards in ed a House Public Entertainment in the
!m "ranting compensation for cer : and personal information without which they can- in favor any of entertain I have said I was I the trust you have confided (10 me. My feelings you have uihcy and hopes by h&usual attention< to

amendneut to John Randolph Clay, not act correctly upon complaints and solicitations. such measures of this Administration i been a;rain and agaia. insulted by the repetition of; business, to receive a liberal share of public patron

] 1Ii iO diplomltlC sern.e, motion ot Mr. Everet, In general, much and just importance is attachedto itS were calculated to promote the honor, a.d advance base and malicious slanders which I have been as age. Having lately purchase from Mr. J &-M. Hart
r\i1es. waC'" (MI the wishes! the prosperity of our Further I often ns, that large and commodious House fonwerry occupied
t ad M. of clause appropriating of the people, among whom official ; country. compelled to refute. This is to me a most
. ...ded,bv the addition a Downcs duties are to be performed,and the Kepresentalive will not go under'this or any other- If I were inquired painful task,, and, after the farhful service of six by him, and knows*: the Quincy Bbtef, and.
.1 be'refunded to C om. a "umtpcIIJed of as to the years, during which time having retaken his fbrmcjwtand at the corner of Jef
to who has been honored with their system of'policv recommended our Territory been
confidence ,
11090 is
. bv in presents to native Chiefs of supposed to"be best acquainted with their interests or course pursued I should not heoitate on all I growing in prosperity, and every thing dons for her ferson and Adams'.streel&, he will be prepared to accommodate -
aid and amend- prob and families
Society Islands, as occasions to I y the General Government that it was in the travellers visiting the placet
Ssnd\\"ien per power
and If 1
Ct prc rellces. Some of the appointmentsand express my opinions. were of with private rooms.

34clncurred mo\'cd 10.r to amend a Senate amend1jnserUflg removals which took place in Florida, I had office asked in whether I was in favor of removals from cast any me Delegate aside, in order to procure to gratify, you the are malice called of upon many to His Stables are large, and Tfijl be attended by first

MrJarvis appropriating- reason to believe were unacceptable to the people our Territory, without assigning the individuals, who have no other motive than the advancement rate Ostlers; and as formerly,will beJceptfilled with.
JtDI a provision for the of the Territory. They had been made without causes for them, I should say I was not; and that of their schemes of aggrandisement. provender. J. A1. NIXON.
r..1Ofllr'the erecting of public buildings an}:.reference to their Delegate for the expression I neither the j.ubhc interest required, nor has it been -I Q.uincy Florida, March 13, J835. .J2-3m] .
I a of the Treasury department.TfrcSin of promoted by it. If I were called
to sustain
an opinion, and he deemed it his duty to remonstrate upon DIED
clause to
amend the so as
. moved to to the President and his Secretarieswith this opinion I might orly refer to the defalcations On the llth inst. at the residence ol Maj Thomas A. GOLDFINDER.This .

. rfriiethat the material employed !n ihe but building with that frankness which he trusts belongs to Ins and dismissions of the newly appointed officers, Jeflerson Green, of this County, SARAH ANGELICA, his Horse was got by Formby's Potoronc *-

End be free-stone instead granite, character, and that which is due the such as Dean and Fitzgerald, in the place of those wife, aged twenty three years, daughter of the late -Fomaby's Potomac was cot by
1 respect to
the amendment was rejected removed Hon. Jesse Wharton of Tennessee. the old Virginia Potomac. the Virginia
and without avowed Thewriter an
it Chief If I ,
any cause.
are\\The whole remainder! of the day, to the time of whom he Magistrate calls of the Republic, and to those I asked If I was in favor of ordering all the United were i intimate: acquaintance of the subject of this notice otomac was got by the old imported Diomedthe -.,.
to his councils. In the free conferences ,1 old
knows how imported Diomed by Florazel in
occupied in the discussion common place is obituary wasgot Enj-
1 was panegyric,
: which .followed! \ these I troops out of'our Territory stopping the and had land-the Florazol old Tartar old.
SudmentU.v the Senate to the Appropna- representations, received works the the early acquaintances of Mrs. Green, been by Tartar ,by
: amendments thereto proposed inTURDAY explanations of the past, and assurances at Navy Yard at Pensacola, and the her associates during her residence in Florida, any Cl'oir'3rUI'r out ot Mr Witley's Mcliora by old
,jiliD bill, with for the future, of the most satufjctorv character. withholding the approoriation made by Congress praise of her would be unfitted to the occasion. Bat Fox-the imported Diomed's dam was got by Spectator .

{. In U-;!-R-oue.-- ___ ____ Some removals made under the influence ol for a radiating marine railway, I should be constrained those who kr.cw her in Florida as a wife, mother, -her great dam by Blankful brother to the imported
v--- misapprehension, or misrepresentation: are viewed to say that I was opposed to all! these neighbor, mistress, knew her in the highest characters horse old JanuS-the Virginia Potomac's dam

f FLORIDIAN with regret by the President and his Cabinet and measures. Hf my constituents wished to know of her sex, and they with one accord bear wit- wasgFairy, who was rot by P-e a.stusvho partook of
. : there is whether I was in favor of removing from wss to thpcrfeot manner in wh'ch she filled them.I the follow: cross: Wildair, Fearnought, and Kitty
-- every reason to believe that the injustice persons I Her all rich and Fisher. The dam of.Formby's Potomac
neighbors found was
office because of their poor, ever around got by
political '
thus done by means of imposition and falsehood, opinions, I should her a degree of hospitality, kindness, and charity od! GaiLitin! -The dam of GoId.'indrwar got by
.r'1. FJj to meritorious public servants, will, on the first favorable unhesitatingly say, that I consider freedom of which made the greatest easy, the humblest welcome?, lie oUl imported Diomed.

- \ MARCH occasion, be promptly repaired. Some opinion indispensable to the pceservation of our She suffered a long and severe illness, which nu me: GUIPinft. will slant! this season part of his timtat -
S i improvident appointments made upon rccommen Republican institutions, and, in common with the dical skill could a\'e11. an'! it will be consol uiou to I rhollaniUc-Thc season will end I0th day fit

"rVerublbhtoday a ha ty le.te-r from our feeCun"res ilations, the value of which arc now more correctly whole Southern Delegation in Congress, I should her distant friend?to know that she bore i? liS becomeOflCflI ::4: June ncxr. He TI ill be let to Mares for three dbBara.

The times more auspicious. l appreciated, have been revuked.the individuals look upon any policy which would :invade the ahizrh oiderol beings,and died in the firm belief I tl>c single: visit-Five dollars the s ason-Eight dol
p e w appear l in the freedom of thought, or the independence of pub Christian faith. Many sympathise in her loss, hut lars to insure a mare in fold, payable when the more
I'. bur Rail Road will pr.'gress:111 d Middle FloridaIfpu having course so short a time, given the lic sentiment with detestation. If views of :o her truly bereaved husb-'md and son it is without is know to be in fold, or the mare traded. The money

to lao! up. The ten acres granted at the Fort most decided evidence ol their unfitness or unworthiness other subjects recommended should be my of measure. Her remains wcc-interred for the presentat for the season to be pakfcwhen the season is out. If

:: Till k of great service to the company: r, und t o the and I am authorised to anticipate that I should not feel the iductance any importance her husbands residence, preparatory to their beim? the money is not poid, persons putting by the season, .
hereafter the just and reasonable expectations of ; slightest removed to the family) vault of her fother near must give their note payable on demand"
: p ',jltalloi' Loii: are interested in its operations. the I people of Florida, as expressed through their: in giving it as my opinion, that *.hc proposed division Nashvil'e, Tennessee.: March 16. 32-3w S. AmrSON.KIRKPATRiCK *
}b. WlJ'e: whose hath is improved, will sail; from of the surplus the *t*
representative, in relation to appointments within revenue among several I = :: !- _----.--- ::-- :--:-:-..
--- ---
Harreihe 15th of April, by the war of :. OrUans.Cjnress the Territory, will! be favorably and attentively Slates in prooortion U) the Representation in Congress 1IARIINELIST. 11\ ".,

) considered. In tilling some recent vacancies and I I for Internal Improvements, is both unconstitutional A beautiful deep red sorrel! .

odj.Mirr.ed on the 3d of March leaving a making some re appointments of trusty publicservants : and impolitic. Unconstitutional, because now rising four years old, !

t rifT portion than usual of unfmish.d business. I have seen with the liveliest satisfaction I Congress have no power to delegate their POUT OF ST. MARKS. I .. Iitt 15 hands high, and in high

1 TeE'il, providing for the letter regulation of the some evidence ofi.these dispositions. discretion to the State Legislatures to judge of the health and vigor, will stand

- P.1.Office Department: the bill! pro'viJing for the I am, with great respect, your obedient servant. national objects to which alone (if any) the National 1\J\rrh 20, Bui Tullaln ARRIVED; ! Revenue be _"- CT, Flo. .
traamcn:uf th.fortifications: on the coa'; and a great JOS. \I. \% H11'& unconstitutional can both because applied. Impoliiic! and l'\i-w York, t.J R. Lon, merchandise to <.uiTdrips I :\lIIJ at Mount Pleasant Decatur county county Geo.,. and "
I ; by dividing the .
sam'-etof others of a general and local were Washington, May 15th, 1830. funds will be let to Mares at $ 7 the single leap $H) these -
public York would 36
Jofifor Vant of time Gales and S-a'on were tlcctedpriners get parts, while I 1'.H8 Taxes on all lands in Flouda, belonging 1 to, : 5t1n. if paid at any time within the season-,,or $15
:: for t.e) Senu-e, fortheneit two &tractfrom Circular of 1831. Florida nould only' get one when she is admitted I 1 .IL I. $f 31. A. Armistead, th-: estate of John CArmstead if road: after the seaa'-n expires, and $20 to'insure a 1
. The House years. into the Union. There may not be one single : : and Fabian Armistead, will be paid at all mare -to be in foal,which will become due as soon as th.
adjoamedwithsut electing printer. Having now concluded a brief history of the I object of national improvement in New York, times by Gen. R. K. Call. mare is ascertained to be in foal,or parted with-Abo -

. subjects of interest- our Territory, I beg l leave I while there is one through Florida in which ten. March 21st. 32-2w M. A. AR IISTEAD. 25 cents to the groom to b: paid in every case as soon, 1

: ffW Purcl.a f.-The argument on both sides had to make a few remarks upon the extraordinary StateS west and south of the Acgany! Mountains : IX months after date, we shall submit our ai:- as the service is rendered. "_

:; be.coup1cd in this case in the Supreme Court. efforts to array the popularity of the Administration are deeply interested, and allthe Atlantic navigating ccunts and Vouches as Executors cf the estate of PEDIGREE.-Kirkpotrick was sired by Monsieur ;.

The cnera.' opinion seemed to be that the decision against me. I have never in my humble and commercial States east of the mountains. John Lester deceased to the Hon. the County Court Tonson, one of the Host celebrated horsed i j.the State

. of tie Court would be in favor of the claimants. It progrees through life received the aid, or patronage (I were further interrogated on our National af for the County of Leon,and apply'>r adischarge.JAS. of Virginia-Monsieur Tonsorr was by the Pacolet it
: of illustrious individual. I have neither fairs J. LESTER, he by the imported horse Citizen, be by Ufixtlet of f'
K nndersrood that the claimants will pursue a liberal any and the measures recommended by the Pre } r 3ecu t ors. he Blank and
WAI. LESTER. S' England by by
basked in the sunshine of man's favor sident I should I in favor I GoIJoTphin Arz'.bian.
I policy towards the -ent any nor say am the removal I
pre occupants, Celling at reasonable March 21st 1835. 32SnisADMIM3TRATOR'S his dam by Top Gallant, he by Gallatin, Gallatki by i:
rates atd on time to suit purcha-ers. How- ha1 ever sought to take shelter under the au of the Indians to the west of the Mississippi. I imported Bedford, fyc. &c., his grandam hy Grey ;

t.treI the case may be decided is termination:!l be thority of any great name. I. have seen very insignificant was in favor of it when Mr. Adams recommended j NOTICE Medley, imported Oscar, imported Fearnought,. dam i

adr3.ntIgeou? to the District, for no objects derive some light from the re it, and I have not changed my opinion. I might I ALL persons having claims against the estate i of by IleroO, whotas got by Diocned 2d by Shaik, 3dj
. permanent im- Reeled splendour of higher and brighter lumina. extend these remarks to every measure connected I ROGER, deceased, are required to by Ctive 4th by Ltth. 5th by Fearc*U ht, 6th yIn- .
will be
pwvemcnis while the them
title duly authenticated
to tlc land is ries. with the of. the present the time prescribed 7th Whittington 8th Janus. Tom
policy National Novtrnment. If law Those indebted nus, by by Tough ..
Lic2u1e I haveJieard too of individuals who endeavored by to the estate, are requcsird was imported Escape outof Col. Hoome9
the laws of the country and the station I hold by to make immediate gotten by ,
to f..sTen themselves to the car of some allowed payment.. celebrated Fairy, she by oW imported Bedford, out cS f
t Letter from great your suffrages me to participate in all!I Marrh2lKt, 1835. [3I-8wf D. S. Rr'GERS.NOTICE. .
Joseph! M. White, ta a friend in Tal- that obtain the the Gen.Spot.wo d's imported Sfambrina.: Those who ij
5S'.e; personage they might by connex perplexing: political and party questions of the -
I desire detailed of his
to a more account
see pedii rte
WASHINGTON- ion, power and consequence; as the inferior planets day, I do not hesitate :o declare .that I would not
Feb. 19th, 1S35. and performances, [Sfonsieur Tonsoa are referred toSkinner's :1
' undersigned been
having the
. L Pier S4:> do light and motion from the sun. I neverihave support any measure, recommenced by President appointed" by Turf
-You complain that 1 seem to affected any County Court for the county of Ga.dsden, commissioners Register, January No. 1&32.Motibicur : .
tlh ti fles, and! notice objects tno insignificant to be however, seen or heard of so *rseveringanelIrZ, unless 1 believed! it was sustained by sound I to make A contract for building a COURT Tonson's colts. have sold at very ivtgbi Ifl

tuached inih a pair of tongs. It may be true that I under so many rebuffs and' disappointments to policy and correct principle.! I consider the greatest i HOUSE in said county:-Hereby gire notice, That or l prices: I saw their improvement, he having had last

: tto fnsmvea.i> to the repeated attacks, and petty I drag into a political contest a powerful and popu evil of our system of Government to be in the Saturday, the 4th day of April next, they will let out I'.xll more winners than the get of any pthe* horse JZ- ,: .

1:1I,1yancs with which I aai assailed. If you knew lar name. My business here i is neither to support intolerance of parly spirit, by which new and ralh to tIle low cst bidder at public out-cry, in the town of Amerk-a-the best evidence, ho-wcver, dray opiaion- I

:Io1eti.ius nights.that ha\e been dt voted to prepar- I nor oppose the Administration of the General experiments are proposed and supported, and good I duinccy- the contract for building the same. of him is, tlat 1 paid last NovcsabcF ten tbomwsdJolhrs .
; l
ngL ,furnishing material: for reports, hunting up Government. I have never done either under systems prostrated, not with reference to their intrinsic The House: is to be fcrty by forty-five feet in s'.z;; ; cash f jr him. Chesterfield Va.8th Fcb 1S3I.

- ttlieoor icumenu, rnnning to Dejiartm-nts, making myself Administration, and never tvill. This course merits, but to the effects to be produced in and two stories high. W. R. JOHNSON.. i
factor, universal agent for constituents has beep Any person desiring can see the plan for the House The jrrcat giamlara of Ivirkpatrick,was purchasedof :
several occasions. .
approved by ; the revolutions
*M I then e the letters come in wih this and you upon conflicting f factious. Col. IJooiiie's Bowluig-GrcenVa.! at the price off
story, by application to either of the subscribers.
:11&scandal, and some other misinterpretation of .It has been the professed principle on which I have I have observed, too, that a great effort has JAMES GIBSON 100/ when a sin,ill colt, and is descended from his imported -

a\rc,misrepresentatIon of fact., you will excuse acted; and in a letter addressed to you on the 4th been made to induce a belief that lam not in favor WM. B. McCALL., )SCommr'*. and highly! approved stock of horses. Thus it'

.. tit fu bung a little restive. of March 1829, 1_ use the following! language: of the Southern policy. I do not know what idea M. \. CAS WELL. J will be seen that Kirkpatrick combines in an eminent

i know the bt st way is to brush them off like mos- Territories having no share in the political those who write on this subject attach to this un _CUrinccy March 14th 1835. (32-2wJ degree two of tlio most approved stocks of hors s ia
mos, and I shall do so in future. When I had England and America, viz-The Medley and Diomed' '
I J power of the Union, are supposed have no necessary defined and captivating topic. I incl'ne to think I.
succeeded after NOT ICE.DUIUNG stocks.
intercession JAS. H. T. LORIMER.
r many several vi-
. SItS to the ? partmeLt in getting a report and bill connexion with its party politics. Their they do not themselves know or care farther than my abscpncc, A. R. S. Hunter is my Gads en co. Flo. 16th March, IB.1,. 3 -lw .

:115,00.1 for the road, a part of which was to bridge delegate*, entrusted only with a very limited and the imposition that may be practised upon crackbrained authorised agent, both individually and Extract of a l,tier from Cil Fort,of W. Florida:
f fCh'I".mp of Apalachicda, and make a bridge over purely local agency, are presumed to be fully oc I enthusiasts. I have always been in favor: as the Executor of Adam Hunter, deeeasrd. "As regards Kirkpatrick I have entertained a high
t SSft i vnen I had cupied with ihe .conccrns which they have in I of the republican administration' of Jefferson March 21st. 32-3w
, Just got a bill through the [ ] J.1\1. G. HUNTER. opinion of him ; the first season on a short training, to
,for clearing out the Chipola river, and another charge. Without vote or influence, an attemptuponl Madison, and Monroe. I am opposed to a consolidation test the speed of him and Manon, Piitman's colt they
ILL be sold in front of the Court-Room
i in
) to tut a road from Yellow river Pittman's the theatre to mingle in the I of the Federal Government and W tried of
ferry to by great political am in St. Marks, (for cash) on Monday the 20h ot were on a push two miles, when Kirk was too'
sill for CamDbehlton mail from and had a Mail route in the mighty conflict with the Representatives of sovereign ,I favor of maintaining( the constitutional rights of April next, a Negro Girl named Delia, levied on as fat to run one, and sustained himself well coming out

: t.ai!letter Aabama! to Campbellton, I rei States, would be vesented as an intrusion by the States. I have never held any conslruction the projerlyof Mrs. Mary C. Winn, to satisfy an about the same space t\vecn.thcln. as they started..
ied oti\"es for imput-ng to me all sort of neglect, and those on whose legislation they depend. It has of the Constitution which has not been maintain execution issued from Justice Briggs' court on the Marion had the order-Kirk was then turned out and

, .
I tS at that such 3i were most remarkable for sagacity, discretion I and I have never heard that they were of the estate of the late Allen McGrady, dec'd.I per day, quite rough, when there was a match
; moment, too opposed made
t urging 011 the SL An- to run against J. Bullock's Slay, dash of a
: IClnal and those who have filled I to the interest of the South. for the use of said estate,against said Mary C. Winn.]
: bill, has since passed the Senate, among Sale within the hours law. mile, which he beat her with the utmost ease, under
: tvtr sUPPOse will pass the H. of Representatires.- that difficult, delicate, and thankless office. They I If f; however, it be.intendcd by Southern policy prescribed G. G. HOLT by Constable.St. a pull, in good time. On training him the last season,'

Forsyth would have got ttirought the Senate, if Mr. have been abundantly rewarded by the increased to include nullification ot acts of by one tin was taken with. the oIit. TvlitfK____ T *innnw'iI l>nnl. had b ., Congress Marks.. 14th March. 1835. (32-30ds: ) ------ ----- --- ----- u -r.r---- --
? f en there, as he opposed Jt on the, activity, usefulness, and confidence which attended 4- State- or to pull down- the supreme- uourt ana the kill him"for nearly twelve hours in spite ot affatten,
I ?r3perty of"lSbing the lo get a free canal, so that the an entire devotion to their peculiar province. Bank of the United States, with the various revo- Drawing Received.Drawn : tion and medical assistance. And I know 'when Be .

lfttUcamlot p country could not be taxed. It is not expected of men so situated, that they ultionary movements connected with these novel numbers of the Virgenia Dismal Swamp Canal run,he was in no order, and was held in%y the rider..
gel !be bitl! through for a court, 6n should affect indifference but Class No. 5 for 2835 Kirk ,and Slazy run OR a heavy r.urse, mtl "/crrei"4
The 0tOfthe title to Apalachicolaflot being decided. profess neutrality or ; and dangerous projects, I must say I am opposedto Company, :, mile-time 2m. 1 1 sec. The colt I have Kirks

, toriles' Out have over-rol a motion to postpone: it is expected, that, excluded as they are from the any such measures. It is enough for us thatno 36, 60, 13, 38, 39, 46, 24, 2, 35, 41, is very promising, be has fine form, largp and likely.lt get
case. and the argument will effective political forces of the Union, they shall one denies the constitutional'right of Congressto
proceed ont in the
Tickets for sale Petersburg Va.
or Uth..e cannot expect a decision before the forbear to assume the character of voluntary par make Internal Improvements in the Territories, Lottery, BUILDING' MATERIALS.
; Class No. 3, for 1535. While Tickets |5. Shares GOOD hand also'
I assortment on -
am your friend, tisans. A contrary conduct would make them and it i.s to me a much more agreeable office to proportion.Sale A Tools Carpenter's
and Mfcchanick's of all kinds
JOS. M. WHITE. odious to both parties- ; because, like unauthorised obtain such appropriations for you than to engagein of Tickets will close at 4 o'clock on the 24th hand, or furnished at short notice and on,reasonable either on

WISHIKGTON- combatants in civiliscd warfare, they would be I the empty and profitless discussions of the inst. Capital prizes, terms by GEORG L ANM AN..
i'Bear March 6th, 1835. looked as men who, from interest, wantonness of General Government in dIe States. "
Bir-Congtess upon I power the 20,000, 5,000, 85 of 500, &c: March 14, 1825. [31tf .
111.2 at night adjourned, or rather tine out or malignity, unnecessarily increased the ,: My Southern policy has led.me to obtain as much WM. WILSON. .
IIi the 3d inst. To
Ire all blocked with ice The rivers and evils of the contest. The most entire freedom of as I could when no question could be made againstits March 21 '30-1 ._
td for, up and every stage en- and action and do indeed PLANTER in Jdfierson wishes to build
tri week. I am opinion they may, reserve constitutionality; that our Territory should advance A
lIIJ.ctepartare for home employing, in having the interval the claims be- to themselves without offence. But the relations in commerce, wealth, and population and: Wanted a Situation.APERSONhighly a Saw Mill by contract. For further' particular .,

article of the Treaty adjusted, and in they are compelled to hold with the Na- become a member of the confederacy, when we qualified to teach the Classics : *, apply to Af r.Ruddock at the City. HotcL

.unc to procure instructions for the better tional Executive and Legislature, respecting the shall have the power to.4d upon all these interesting : of a thorough English I March- 14. r31tf .

kha has tre been of the money appropriated. The Ock.. various necessities of infant and helolefs. commu- questions. Sufficient for the day i ia the evil Education. The adventurer has no objection to open Merchant Tailor -J.

and put under the direction of General nities, exact frequent and respectful intercourse thereof and I do not doubt that the local reformers school in any thriving town or village where he may ,
d"'i 1Ii1l ne well done. ; have a fair remuneration for his services. The most TArn door north of the ,Planter Hotel, .
The inland
channel abstain
all in them
with and
ott 'a authority, require might find enough to call forth all their talents

tt '1riJ, Itiist arid &, be Muy's put under+ for the which care of we a com Lave from canvassing for others, as well as to avoid, in and energies, in establishing a good system of respectable immediately,references R. S. at the given Post and Office required-oddress in Tallahassee. J. J.he B1RGE has just, respectfully received general informs sll'ply..c the publkthstt gpod>'
J language and behaviour every. thing party : laws for our Territory, rather than to anticipatethose March 21 32-lwp suitable to every branch of his profession, eon IlsWtI,

I have no doubt from his industry, violence* ; vexatious questions which must arise ten Union Bank of Florida. in part of Blue, Black Mixed, Green,Invisible Green Of
1 e-. fr for superintending such works, This course, established by custom, resting on years hence.It Drake neck Green, and Brown Broadcloths, striped
ennanent and substantial road from reason, I deemed it unwise to depart from; .and I is a source of great consolation tome that dur- PARTIES who subscribed to the Capital Stock of Drabs,Lavender and Tea*coloured Casinteres, Vest-'

ir tOtIlZ7S4fthat and St. Augustine with have the most satisfactory assurances that, so far ing the six years that I have served in Congress no on the *2d January last are hereby ins,.4-e- All of which will be made to order. Ladie

isnotenoqh, we can get$15,000 from being disapproved, ft his the entire sanction one has ever imputed to me negligence, inattention, requested to come forward and complete their riding dresses and cloaks made in the meat fashiJDabe
t4rat Cor the 1st of .
i r a thorough and substantial work: of the highest authority. By following it, without or want of success. Finding nothing on' which to Bonds and Mortgages on or before, day of style. -
,. *M b respects from the miserable pine pole eompromttling my principles or abandoning a assail me in the performance of my' public duties, April next. Bj application to the Cashier the In presenting himself the public he simply states
_IQ" t for which I mach ' I"iU""QeSly expnd4. : moment a personal preference heretofore express> upon my private and personal character, and the and M and wiD be aded mprepann them satisfaction of the owner,' and warrants his cauintequal
. instr1ctions ed to you, I hive been enabled to attract the attention forexecutSn! JMIN' G. GAMWP J't.Iident.
been New He
are jven(or such a read means of annoyance have as disreputable as to Philadelphia or York. will uca ?
\t. -edittble to the Tenuorr and conciliate the regard of those who administered I the attacks have been unprincipled. Some of my: Ta11haizeevcb2str, _' / every endeavor-please ovary 0I8that patromscs t.

I' 'way &boTe high.1r&ter-mar, ought the' Government to the wanta and political enemies, in the blindness of their malice, him, and ashpit a permanent resident of TaBah&s* ,
SALE.Tuaaubacriker .
A -6h th. a withes ttbceWbO cent here and submit in Congress GADSDEN'CO. LANDS FOR its be asks the
* : and Chao- me hare even attempted to injure my reputation see identified 61,1ntJa. interett, roj ;
i and over Chipola to.their judgement,,whether I should have served by their,circulation here of their libels in let is authorised ricTbe to sell the' POrt of the eopI .1p'j.' <

T 'I .. tf ana over Ocilla aDd. them better by an impotent' and intrusive participation ters and newspapers as if they rendered an acceptable foBowinxtiMtajof EaWM of the Land s. W.Section- and March-_31-tf- _..1-.- _' "." t

i' '"e 1 J10rida iD rew in a struggle ,from.which they w rtiexciu-. ,benefit it to the Territory' containing impairing nry abilityto and!' N. E. n arterofSwtion87townshipsTMfi. NOT1CL.i.- ., -',: -
a c1&J1I 'u serve Papers gross wanton ;
'' & as ded. unfounded.attacks OB. myconduct and :character N rthTanp 3Wnt&ni 398 aerea shall apply at the same time aH.F. t1ied yC pt :

l 3j f ,1&1:1** .. 8CI1e&A'etwo.ctace Experience has confirmed me in the correcmess hare been transmitted gratuitously,and unaskeJ W.or.of Section, 87,the S.E. ,or..'offS I ; sTmoons, for/lemr of ad'sPS l; f\'. '
. "" ,1..1:_ which I understood f'i halfof the N.E. -of'Section 33,'and the the estate of the late WOUAM aw14t : .
t Jcmnt, of the riesrs there expressed members of.both Houses. .These gentlemen I ,the East qr. .
JOS. fit and had.m.right conclude, received your express no Toice in-the approaching election, and addressing j ji N..W. quarter,ofSection 34, containing 559 .'< =, onwtbc largest, t-ie4itorL,-- "' ,: '' I' w
;Es .. MB effect fca&acautOIl T. ._ tl. ;aI31f LEiILY B9 (P. March 14 J t35i 'It! qDqT9ur
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-- ii. ._-----. EDWARD :CHANDLER Watches Jewelry &c. I OWANDBTOICM1XTUUr -IX. NOTICE. S
-- -- .- .weekUite?te .
.; r : TO JACKSONVILLE ATTORN AT LAW.. THE subscriber has jost re- ,%.., the CexuuTCoun tor lettera- ,\ l : i
1 ,
informed; at an additional supply on the Estate ot Wm.l.ldau1d Iat' ,
Office '
Ths residence.
public are ,.i_p jEWEiaT SILv DD.ANTICOSTlVE '' d ,
Tallahassee March 7 1KS5. 30tf PILLS. JOHN ;
: of Stages
that regular Line '
a &c.whichhcoffer3
iL'-J SpodKS. Marianna Jackson W
-- -""" v a which hare been Cow1 '
established "b-NOTICE II! reasonable consequence of the attempts ; Feb.
has been his
:'._ 11f b for iale on customary IN to impose spurious 'imitations of the above
between Tallahassee and Jacksonville ria UuwanneeBorin 11 T the next July Term of Gadsden county, the terms. the proprietor AOJCOKcluded .NOTICE.
valuable Mediciues public,
morning .a and Touchers Hrsai W. TODD administrator FREDERICK TO".LE.Oct on ALL persons, indebted to the --- .
Monday '
Tallahassee accounts tat.
'.: leaving every the confining the tale of tht Mix-
on necessity of ot
deceased late of Gads 4ih 1834. (Str) ,will mats
and arming at Jacksonville on Saturday-from of JOHN H. Tone .1, establish as tire JtullUffitiml to ;
titre to as few agents meut, and those
whence travellers to the North will find ready conveyance den county, will be presented to said Ceurt for a final The subscriber has employed a lYaft1a..Y ltr direct supply the regular demands. A full supply of these the law diiects to having demands wil lit

to SfcAugustine by Stages, and to Savannah settlement on the part of said administrator. At the from England; and assures the public, that any work Medicines will be constantly kept by the Agents, Feb SSth 1835., .. .
by the Steatdboat Fare through each way $is 00. LAme time, the said administrator will apply to said entrusted to him in his line, shall be done romntlv whose names and residences are annexed and the 29-:8.

}an.'*5,1ft35. [25tf| JKO. C. HARRIS. Court afcresaid.for a discharge from JOHN his Administratorship J. ADAMS as and in the best manner. F. proprietor wishes it distinctly !Midcrstoo.d, that he will VT1LIQUI -
New Book Store.THE Atfy for B. \/. Todd Administrator. H. A. PIER ON & VU. not be responsible his Jor the genuineness except his authorised of any Mixturesold agents. Prepared and by B. 8.BER.lV4RD'D .8
by ,
NOT. 3d 1834. [(13.6m1Orleans ] any ptrsons .
subscriber has received and will open imme Quincy Spurious mixtures hate been made and sold In considerable gist,HOBF9LK, .tDttr.

", (next door South of Mr. Maner's ltore) Packets. quantities oy two physicians In Leon and -

an assortment of BOOKS a.ul! STATIONnv, and wouldbe LADY WASHINGTON Gadsden counties, and perhaps by others, anJ will m. n ma > J
The schooners |
his friend and the community in doubtless be from New \ ork and elsewhere. ITi
glad to supply I P. H. SITAI.M & WASHINGTON imported R. S. BERNARD'S RENOYATlNr \1
general with any articles in his line on the most reasonable Cupu Those, therefore, who wish to procure the genuinearticle o.t1m ,
__ ____ CapL M. SWAm, win run extracting all kinds of Oils, Paints
terms. Although his assortmett/is not yet : ? 1 can be sure ot getting it only from the agents. ftmihe Tu
al-! I regularly during the season, every month as Packets, mobt delicate colored :5itb. S.u S
general.hc to make it so by shipments in Florida.
tery expects The following gentlemen are Agents Bombazines Ve
between New Orleans and and St. Marks. Tailors or :vets. without
first JTerchazt S
the injnrjj.
lendy nude and others to be made by ves- ,
Dec. I3lh, 1834.-13-6ms E. B. Perkins! General Agent at Tallahassee. their colour or texture.
nels from the North. u Kerr &ures, Agents for St. Marks. I This recent and valuable
RI He has for also FloriJa the Christian calcalatcd Almnmck for the published Meredian expressly Gerardin Wuy, James C. Ecclcs, do. Q.uincy.Golding fered for iae: by the Subscribe-._] disco,UJis
1 T U.bRSSt'l', and containing local mttcrin relationto llralch Makers and Importers of English ad -r ALL tIASSU;, FLORIDA. \Villiams&Co& Folsom do. l\iC'kaSl'ky.Monticello. sedes ration the. necssity.. ofdving, and the .". .rer tj a"
which offers sale either the Frencri and Articles Darius do. u gone. Filly tens worth .
the Territory, he for by Jewelry Fancy do. Hickstc Bacon Me.chan-s will
Thomas Alexander wn. breeches
from &
I eriro, dozen! or single copy. received at their es criti.islIl fI
HAVE J. F. Potts, do. Chattah->ochcc. months. It acts like a charm webe
I !. ir. IS34. 18if JAS. S. LINN. on Monroc-ct. upo sils of
do. Tholl.lcv Ue. texture by 5n
Malcolm Furgasnn, instantly removing inc taints
by late arrivals from New York, Jr. do. IMarunn.u vruhoat in the : .- aX
11 NOTICE. P. \V'. Gutier, st cLing the fabric itst t1t.
I a large assortment,among w hidaare inveterate
Holmes& Williams do. Camrbcl O\VD. lodgments of
Tallahassee Rail wax
wanted to work on the upon
the following
HANDS for i\it\ ensuing year. Persons having Gold and silver Watches: Ladies JOHN R. ROWAND, Proprietor. fly hut bcfre th2 it li dust before abiuh. 1th iT eoUai

able lodied hands to hire,will please call on either of ( S Watches, Gold Earrings, Nov.. 1834. ((12-CmJ ry tru sccunduin artem. mode of,*
deccntjn OH at the !least -
the undersigned or to Cant. H. F. Simmons. Q nt.elt C1ao.le".'
Breastpins, Fingerrings I.., Tered to Gentlemen! at TO
WILLIAM KERR., Chains and patent Keys, Gentlemen and Ladies ROWAM'STONIC other o.-t7 ofpcople ca: hdve it at the a qme.phial an

TURBUTT R. BETTON. Guard Chains. Shirt Buttons and Studs, plain and No danger ne d be apprehended in'usi.f
cut gloss Beads of every description: Ink-stands. DIRECTIONS.The MIXTURE.A the finest and most de'icate 'ilks_ t
Committee on behalf! R. R. Company. n->r is i l
rl'aheethDec. 1834. Sllf Bronzes &c. Perfumeries of the best quality patent Height indispensable. FULL supply of this valuable meSicine is just. soa.-) common adierised' m onr days'' 4&CtL.

Pens, Ladies' Boxes of every size Scissors PocketBooks 1. Round the chest under coat. : received. I shall hereafter have it constantly on I remove g oae evil almost invariable 1t' 'Q N\2.

:StorIng & Shipping of Cotton. Baskets for ladies and children Bead-Bags, 2. Do.Vaist.. hand. .f ltouh. India Rubber Bracers,Pistols Percussion Caps Leok- 3. From back-seam elbow and knuckle joint. IT .ans of all other renovaer
4- STURG will attend to Storing and i ing-Glasses, &tt &.c.TaUnhnssee. I like. I little '.
KKRR 4. Round the thigh. : FOR FEVER AND AGUE, IK T4KEN AGREEABLE I. Only a dean water
Cotton-they will also advance on October 11, 1831. ((9tf) 5. From the hip-joint to the ancle.By TO TilE DIRECTIONS. Reports having been ircularcd I jirection----, is \znlm.. Oi! or Grease according or to lie
C.m\n entrusted to their care for shipment to any I. any Itd
willnnrcliisc the above scale of tsurcmenl. gentlemen at a that this mixture contains arsenic, I am directed by can be extracted fr in th- m.v. e icae color
fnarkot in the United States or elsewhere and ,4
; Storage Business. distance be enabled forward their measures withunf f::e usnal .ro tlc
at cither their Stores in Tallahassee or St. may to the Proprietor to say that these reports are vttci ly false fts Of3 in""tl1""lptlr.
Mailcs. Oct. 4th, 1934 ((8tf) THE subscribers have united under the style of which will ever 'TV*** \v;!h n-"ti 1 ttenLton.NIV i -and I am also authorised to otTer a Reward of 10-! e i a cording-o tL-. 'fircIj15s. It 1'HI at t
: __ F. D t HIt & Co., for the purpose of carrying .A 000, DoZ/orstoany one who will prove the existence extract ey-ry narti-I s ,.j rc2re from the fiesr

,. if NOTICE.TII1II on the Storage Business in the Town of 5>t. GUUL)) S of the least pmicle of Arsenic Mercury, Antimony, .. or mist delicate si.k?, u: boct injuring in the-last '
and the strictest altcnti. They other ingredient in it. the color or texture.
Marks poisinous
!: suWribcr returns his thanks to the public promise or any I' '
:>' the liberal eneouragementiie has received decline doing Conmission business, aim retpectfuily AXIJS5 In order to prevent imposition from counterfeits, no I A :.trge s.Ip, .1\ of tie a,- :e valaaVe! : :1tide

inc he has Iwcn in this place' and .solicits a coniinunucofilicir solicit the J patronage extended to John Blair Pea 41 { @ 5T i persons except authorised agents will be furnished by I II eel 'ed and tor j>:jl: v Y .

):trntc. Just received per schr. Delta chy. C. F. DUERR PIEllSOXii Co. would! respectfully in. I Proprietor with the mixture to sell again. I am E BTalIah2V.ro. PEHjL S,!', J
direct frr.mNcw York,n ecneral! assortment of Wool JOHN BLAIR PEACHY. HA. their customers and the publick penc- sole agent for Middle Florida, and am assured by M. ep. ITnh 18>!. t 4 4n

len GOODS 'Shoes Holts Hollowware Su Marks, Feb..21 25-tf that their Stock of I Rowand that (except a small lot sold to Mr. Eccics,) \ .f... -f. I
SI:1j1C10..1 Fancy ,, ally, they are now opening new } i:: 1 \ .\. ) I lvt-R.LoMlAiNi: :: :: ;:; ,
Col'.rry! nn.l Iron-nunnery, Crockery, 4c. con- : lint a single bottle has been or will be sent, or sold by Dr. J. P. PETERS, Pnjtstof
li .tin; of blue, blirk and brown Cloths; blue, black, FLORIDA LAAD FOR SUE iLE. FALL & WINTER GOODS, him, to any person Middle FloriJa, except To me: dic fu, wu, t"r; several years, has devoted htToS J

drab and crrv ikr.i'jle milled Cas>imcres; Cassincts I T undersigned having purchased of General just received from New York, o Mstinjr ofa splendid If .irzenic has been discovered in any mixture called auer.tian to the rritr: Tit of :ofc. > :.or in.rct

and Saliitir' ; Frt-tish, French and Ameiiran Prints; LaFayette the townsJiitiuf laud i iu ForiJa,gr.in. \ssortmeut superfine Cloths, C\s imcres and V it- r Ryicand's, it must have been in ssmtjojlhe spurios imi- ease:, l has stccoedcd, by chctical 1nafy"i! 1t .
MACIC: l.U5tril'lti Fancy Silks an4 Silk ShwJs Grot .ed to him by the Congress of the United Statesoffer ings, of a great variety.selected from laic importations lalio u. All persons therefore, who wish the genuine r.hcss, in .w'n1Jn a elntIJlnRuon from secralmate ad iyllo .
? &', J.-Lonet Swiss and Mull Muslins the for sale. Likewise Tonic Mixture-should be cautious of whom they : x
jp, ; same of the most fashionable! order.- a purchase rtgeteble prmeij-k. to winch he Las giv/n .
3.4, ar.'1 5-4 !>r. wn Domestics of a superior quality ; This land is situated in the immediate neighbourhood general assortment Fancy ArticK'a for Gcnllrm n'- it: 3Iy label l will be en every bottle sold by me: : name Medi.-ina Sf''niaclikse etHentici jW J

f'otifi) liAjr mr .tnd Nr.ro Cloths; a grnt'rnlsrort.- of Tallahassee! and is bc'ievcd, for fertility of dress, \iz:--tocks of rvcry descrintion, Gloves. E: B: PERKINS Sole Agent for Middle! Florida. !. proved far more e; oicr.: ; than any remedy; heretofccj v 1W41MU <

rrh .': A: Shor! *; a \trietyIf Crockery Ware, Hollow "lil. And local advantages, to be ml valuable! than Suspenders, Pongee Hhrifs, Fronts and Collars, fhif Nov 23,1 I5tf. dUcovtrc-J, in mi Lith! distressing nnladKSflf (

Wniv, fm1r1.Hats &c. Also, Cognac Brandy, any other land in the lerri'.ory. Linen Shirts, Hosiery, &.C.-Splendid Seal, Fur, and I mint and fccJy which: arc !sencrallycompreaende
H-Vhi ; f.Ha i-i .i! Port and Wines The Southwestern cf the the fine Silk Plush and Beaver Hats of thc rcj.
; >, Sherry, Claret ; part lownshipadjjins Cloth Caps, CONSUMPTIONCURED. der the swe"5>: jz term5; DTSPSPSU and LitEit-U.
rrith t.i. r.y nhcr ::rtces! too tedious to mention. Purrs city of Tallahassee, from which point to the shippingport Listcst fashion. 1'1..ST3-lt is l.kc".c!c r n almost certain for >
;")'rs inviu to call and examine fi-r tlicrnselvcs.ALE.VR. of St. Marks, a distance of abourcnty miles, A general assortment ready-mad' Clotliinj! made !larjeinerit of :iie 5rU.ES". cure uv '

-. FORMY DUVAL. a rail road is in contemplation to be made, in a short i up by the subscribers in the most faithful and la>hlonablc DE MOXTERAT'S COLUMBIAN VEGETABLE Anion; the !ynni;of DJsPCts: :nd Liter;:

.) Ta1h1f" "Cor. 4, I?J3. [13tf J time.The i style, consisting Overcoats, Frock Dress SPECIFIC. plaintsmach an: .a: !.enc), sourness or biirni ;.Loa the ".0. '
4- navigation oi the St. Marks mcr has been recently Coats and Coatees, fine Cloth and Goat's hair Camlel mdandlolr! ,irriaihty,disarcb f tl rnth
NOTICE improved, to a point within six miles of the Cloaks and Wrappers,Pantaloons and Vests alnost IS the most valuable remedy ever yetdiscovcrcd (;r rn'lmh; grat irreE'3arity it appctiLe."j ch is ( t

; ALL person !nvin r demands against the estate Southeastern part of the township, which will afford every description, among which are rich figured and cure of Coughs, Cdds, Consumption. .it.'Ajna. tit'1es voracious anti o\t o'l.er times srtatlv dr.ci"nt.3OJneo

\.. G. MATS, late of Jackson County navigation for a cheap and certain transportation of Double-breasted Velvet and fine black Cloth and Spilling of Blood, and all diseases of the E'czsl cnu thirst, fctiJ breath, men, weakness of die stonack'

deceased, will present them in tile time prescribed by ,produce. Cassimere Valentia and white Marseilles Vests &c. Lungs. Prepared by J. BOYD, Philadelphia. If. ; cnictatio.is, pili.Iwt: ,drowsinrse
Jaw, duly authc.uiratcd. This land will be sold in parcels to suit those wishing Fne Marino and Lamb's Wool Nett-Shirtsand Draw- composes the disturl-eJ nerves, g-iys strength t: the I 1.10 the bowels ,.-essar3 en ihj sto&vioh after Hcgulariij meals

HENRY J. HOLMES, adm'r. to ujdiasc, on a credit from five to eight years, e s-fine Nell Silk and Doe-skin UuJcr-Vcsts, an Luncs, repairs the Appetite,improves the Spirits,pfr. ; pa-.i in *th: I.c\ul Uizziue's or vertT ) cncfusloaofruinJ

SUSAN M. G. MAYS, adm'rx. .it reasonable prices-those wishing to purchase win' excellent article for invalids.A Dill of Directions aC'comf',1nJil1 each bottle of the ;I atfutitr v.ih: ih! ? loss of m ry
'rmber make application to either of the Specific, pointing out in a most conspicuous rcannct '
'! 1 1534. 24fADMINISTRATOR'S undersigned quantity of course Clothing suitable for Negroes, 'trm"'Ltn cray, chilliEcss., afftctiooofsghl
WILLIAM B.NUTTALL. and an assortment of Irdia Rubber Siutouts, Pea- all the symnto.ns! in their different stages cf the ili-ease! and heann pan aad vreaknca in tfie bel
NOTICE. HECTOR W. BRA DEN ; J.ickels and Trowsers warranted durable anJ and particular directions respectin;rhe treatment while!
very lan u'lr,,Ii?:un.j -! coM test and hAnds
> tr-p tnmune.isincy
.i & LL rersoMs having demands against the Estate WILLIAM P. CRAIG. perfectly waler-proof are offered for sate by the sub using it, to ?thcr with n1.1nyvcll authenticated certificates in the tliro.i: :, caugh pain in the U
of Thomas Howard late of Leon County, Tallahassee, November 23d 1833. 15tf scribers veiy low terms. iberal deductions from of cures, etc. kc.I r

ijccd. are rfq';ci-tcd to present them duly authenticate ICF'The Sarmnah Georgian, Charleston .Verrury, the regulor established prices will be made on all orders In consequence of the great ajd increasing demana I The a'novc inatlies !fed to oraiicietjo fit
tCCOTUII1. to law, or they will be forever barred. tngusta Conttitutionlist, Southern Recorder, MilIe .e- for cash. for this specific, the proprietor is emble.1 to reduce' the I ::1"i't'. ;mt l ert tmirdtiug Dro tiaomah L

: Those indch; J to the Estate are requested to makeimmediate yule, Georgia; Richmond Enquirtr,and Star, RaleighN. DJ":: The subscribers return their sincere thanks for price lo 75 cents per bnttle,thereby eiiabliug i it lo comE i i sun irtkn, .\pc'jkxy.&...afcordm;to the climate syCsi. .
r-r.ynicr.t. C. will publish the above forv 'weeks the liberal heretofore received. and within the reach of all persons. :
rid for
; e very patronage i its. *ge, sexnd tcm; crara"ni of the p.lllent.:
_2G.6pSTOILOE ______ business, to merit and receive a continuation of the Inventor ansi J sc proprietor.Tetlimoi'l'di. .
Wooden Ware. same. I These Pills have been successfully! used by thousands -
;JCy All orders will be ihanicfully recived and as i who can test.fy to their simrrior efficacy (over -N"uairrou3tcrti5cates mfjht be I iluctd
Pails iron bound ; ,
to his old ware-house the PAINTED ( ,) Nest Tubs, other remedies in f.r relative to the extr.o-- :lfj carts ptrfonnbyusiiithesenicfJifn
INadiiition bc1 and Peckfcasures they have engaged in their employ stea ly and first many now use) .ciireof Dyspepsia -
\ ..! $ recentlyerected a sp&cious build Flour Pails Musical Canes rate WORKMEN, they are prepared t') execute all ordeu I in all tlieir complicated funnsthey sivestrength : ;; LutthefflIoTfn2aretboo:i{
t 1g20by 23 feet forreceivins:rot ton and cowls. Churns Feather, Dusters at the shortest notice, and in the most durable and to the debilitated organs of digestion repair theappe- sufficient to salisf\ the niiixls: of the mast sk p cal:

TIMOTHY M'CARTY... 1,000 feet, Wood Bowls. fashionab styleTal1ahssee.. O't. 2.i. [ 1 1-Cm. tl1 l',rcm"es nausea and sickness of the Stomach, ha- From Dr. JJT/I*J Ewe, ilhor of the Medical Ct.f*

Su Marks, December*7thl831. 1 Turned Ware B B Pails bitualcostivenes>, head-ach palpitation" o{ the heart iC:f, Flw'.Jly P\ :ida:.
and many other nervous alFcctions. They contain n. N E\ -Or.UA S 3. Dc.iJli 1831.
*A Mill, Negroes and Land for Sale.THE. B Shaker B Foo Tubs, Cocoa Knife Boxes Dippers, I IX months from date, I will Present* my vouchers Mercury, nor do the' sicken: tIe stomnoh, .y are amild To whom it incy conttru.-TIiis is tf> certify, that

subscnbirs; intending to dose their business Lucifer Matches Dippers, Hair Brushes, J55 for a settlemnit! and shall apply; to the Hon.Coutity and safe cathartic: there is no restriciion in dietor i have wiS'o'Mchicr: cd i5iu; Otr.t:: n of Dr.l.cterl.\ltJiir&
the with view I Court of Gadstlen county, for Letters of Dis- drink or exposure to wet or cold while usin: .hem. tt llfpalicj. ni a nunioerof very oLslinit
Boot J
Asj p'J ia, ensuing summer, a irks,
ofo> mission as administrator of the estate ot Thomas A. Bill of directions viil accompany each box of Pill?.. Dyspeptic anJ Lntr-a'recii-->!istJt" lon ;1J\ndil1g',1ib
fall mil sell bargain
WMn.at Apilichicola next a \ like and Orange Lamb >kin Mats t:
> ,
Peebles, late of s-iul ciuuiy, deceased. which \#ill fully explain: their cfiVcts. wise in several cases'f ll e etjldixtmentsof plecn;
in the Saw Grist
and Mill. The Mill is situated c
Expected by : >$i ? Ua, and will be sold
one mile and a half from the river on a Creek( sff- factory pricf fI GEO. LANMAN. STEPHEN S. PEEBLES, Adm'r.ovember From the well knjnn reputation of tnese Pills for :thd its a"ts were truly astonhhing I hue no

erdicg: an abundant supply water throughout the Fet 14. 24. 1831. 19-fim_ many years, the proprietor (J. BOYD, P.iila.Mplua, natjn in dtcaiO; it the-- mot rahiaSle prpara1iM

year, and commands a eood supply of timber, wasCrmerly AlIl ITltA'fOlttSOTICE.. deems il unnecessary to g\'c any further dcaii of j for t1osP dsresing aiieis thatl.is ever tome r.

owned by Mr. Dickson, and has lately been I, the next term ot the County Court of Leon them. A fresh supply has been received, and lor sale in my kn wct! ; JAMES IVELLM.D.r''

Itbnill by us. The Grist Mill is lie best in the neighborhood S AT we will apply for Letters of Dismission by appointment by F.. B. PERKINS. I "\VilVe3Ccunty. Get Jss.133L s

aud commands nearly the whole custom. from ths Administration the tsuie Henry B. Fitts, Tallahassee, Not 23d 15 if Tile u-d'-rsZ-r c'l: <*2'i bear testimony to ihs:itpcrt

We will sell with the mill, desired, four or the "cry deceased late of said C W1l\.. 1 efficacy of D.-. Pc'e.'s Met'-cLns; Sit'micUciet&pa.tcr
Tahtahle slates, and tvo waggons and teams. Analachirola LEMUEL: BRUCE, in the ru.-, f D/spcp'"a and Liv.-r Co'Jrt.W'8'

;T.-ding \llar-a.nd. an improving market ELIZA ANN BRUCE. from personal cx.,> 1 i ncIt r 1. G. JOIINS05, ,

; far luinl cr nnkrs this desirable properly for one Tslbh sg"f'. 9th Sept. 334. (6tf) ,1"I Dr. P'iediiu Seit-izice IIcxii i are put'P ;
who ran devote his attention to it. The property .BRANTE1 I in parcels \\\'h\ l"ul! hrcZi.n2 for tltng. Fnxaor

will be She\UH\t any time to any person wkliing to HCNBT D. ,ATKINSON S.WIt.LJ&M ( I to three pardsm! F>c necessary toc.wpleteaCV. L d

purchase. The price is $5 a parrel.
We will aJso srll! our stock Goods comprising a G. Bt'R TlSS. 1 A of he above valuable pnp II
great qni'iiuy very
Defendant hereby notified, th.il: the Plain ,
a good nsorincnl for the season rood will sell or rent THE I rations, 'w ill be kept coostantly on hand by
has filed his PETITION in the Court
our iraproTcraents consisting of a Store House and alarge Superior I E. >. PEIUOl\S TaI-thas!
X> ,
for the of Leon and Middle District of Florida -
county ,
and Warehouse for trWt-
new storage cotton, on I Who is authorised t)dispose of them, either at
the river bank. It is Im"n to be stand -ri to Foreclose a Morlgage given by the Defendant to be
a good Sic a sale or re nil, on as reasonable terms as they can _
store and a la\crn nod needs no further recommendation A FULL supply of Landreths' superior garden ,, the said Plaintif on the following describe Property, i
..' from us. We received during tlc last season Aherb and flower seeds just received and wa rt'nteJ Real and Pers.nal,(to\it:)-The Northwest quarter JI.AD[ E and sold wholesale and Re- r obtained of the proprietor. Also by *

eleven hundred bates' cotton and expect to receiver fresh ; by E.B.PERKINS. and the Wcslholfof Northeast quarter uf section in Frederick county, Md. by C. Herston t.S.IfOL.'IE5lLLU, !, CambeUtoa,
bout the sane quasitity the present season. October 29th. lit. twenty-eight. The Northeast qu trier of section concerned in the Patent with Dr. Jadkms. M-. HALSLET Dnizi:. AppiUthico PETERS- I

The terms.>:" sny of the above property will be twenty-nine,Township one and lange one, North and The above Ointment is offered to the public as a JOS. PRIESTLEY c

I m-..dc oinnirvlatinp, and great bargains may be had FRESH DRUGS, WINES, West, situated in the county of Leon and Territory sale and certain remedy fur those obstinate diseases, Th folowir! ; srefcw amon;tl. ma-iyDersons
of us iu goods for cash or on a short credit.BAMISON Surgical Instruments Florida. The Wet half of the Lot designated on some of which have so long baffled the skill of medics have been cither euiirely cured or sreaily beaeaw*.
& RANEY. fyc. the original plan of Tallahassee as number ninety. science. within the list twelve months by the use of Dr. P*

c .o\Sp3ttl t1t l'1"1uy 1$1 i. 83-tf I HAVE just received a full supply ot fresh i five-A female! slave named Martha, about fifteej 1st White Swellinpsof every description. ters Medicine Swcuciiicaj ct Ilcpatkx wa tfe

__ Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals. Pure : years of age-a female slave named Sally about thirty 3d Sore Legs and Ulcersof long standing.3d slate of Gciria.Mrs. .

CHRISTIAN. DUERR, is hereby fully author- PORT oIV.'JDEIR.'l & 'tIUSC.iTELLE H'/.VE years of age-and her child Kilty Ann, about two Schirrasor Glandular Tumours particularly Abher Hicks WilHasoa.Mrs
f bed to collect the debts of the late firm of PEACHY of CALL & those whichoften do.
in years a-e. WALKER hardened tamours in women's breasts Capt. James Willis,
imported for the
ft MACKINDiUt., and those of the subscriber. Per- specially use of the do. I
Plainiiff's times
7 sick. Attorneys.Tallahassee terminate in ulcerated eancrrs.4th Col Wm. F. Bond,
BOOS indebted to cither will please make immediatepayment. Weigaod & Snowden s superior AMPUTATING .
5th Dec. 18X4.-17rowf4m Felons, or wnat some_people know by the name WavnaW.EUnds.Eso. Lanrens.Bryou
made purchases of Cotton EYE DISSECTING Q*
o Catarrhs, of description. Allen, Esq.
Bogging and* Bale Rope are earnestly requested to and POCKET IWSTKOIEKTS in cases. > ROWAND'S TONIC MIXTURE 5th Rheumatic every Pains of thejomts. Co!.John W. Porter Morgan.

r St. Mark*. Feb. 31 S8-tf Lancet Cases, and Nurse Tubes &c. ,\
Also the celebrated w RED LINIMENT" for Rheumatism wnitever part situate. Alexander Irvin Esq

.1 POSITIVE SALE OF An assortment of DRIED HERBS from the i &. 50 cts. bottle 7th Tellers all kinds. In this complaint, the patient CcLGeo.G. J.\he\u, Grtd-

: Town Lots in Irwinton Alabama. Shakers-among which are Lemon Balm,Catnep, JAXL'S CARMINATIVE BALSAM," art excellent Medicine in applying the Ointment must keep the part .. .

.Hysop Mint, Sage, Sweet Majoram, Savory, in colic, bowel complaints, &c. 50 cts. bottle I out of water- DR.HUNTErzaii
r-: The undersigned hive become the owners and Thyme, CeUery, &c.* "Dr.STOCSE bUNT Daors" for bowel complaints o Sib Chilblains, or part affected by frost.1 1N a utB % Jn -
,, ietors of ihe Town lawrarox Alabama, 1 LIME JUICE and LEUOX SrarP. children, 25 eta. bottle. It is also ODe of the best remedies far Barns and F. .

:_ ,: and having laid the same off in convenient lots will SPICES of kind-Genuine INDIA "Dr. 'V EAfE&'S EYE SALVE 4- Era 7 9, _.cach. Scalds. It eases the pain and draws the fire oat in a Y the oe of Dr. llanter'*iDestimable 11W .
1' expose them to pubtiue on the spot, on Wednt'.adayt every CU&RT. WATER,'* } short time. : Sons of either sex, if they cai rIIJl
t:. the first day of April next; sale to continue from day English, French, and Prentis's Soaps and Per Do. Itch Ointment, 37 per box. For Inflamed Women's Breasts and Glandular i very valuable plan, and copious DireCpanying

, t9 day until all are cold. The terms will be one fourth (ornery. Mrs. Miller's celebrated SNUFF. May- Do. Worm Tea & Salve, 25 tts. each. Swellings, it is superior to any edicine yet known to them are enabled effectually to Ioet' -t
cash one fourth In six months, the ballance in twelve nard & Noye's celebrated but aneMxr POWDER Do. Tooth Ache Drops, 25 cts bottle. the medical faculty It i is much safer than mercurial' CERTAIN DISEASE and to restore -

, months. The United States patent for this pi o rty. THERMOMETERS, HYDROMETERS, Ac. -ALSO- of any prepartion of that material,) because does with u. safety and certainty in a few.d'Pr ce-. i ICTThe

having been taihcd j the tithes will be clear and in- E. B. PERKINS. "THE ROACH k BED-BUG BANE" which offers an not lay the. patient liable to injury from expose to extensive sale and aaexaajptMwthb sad i3 ?

. disputable. Ti" c- Town of Irwinton is situated in Tallahassee, July 9th, 1834. [<8tf] effectual means of clearinghouses, &c. of Roaches and cold.This Medicine in this and other ciU**fiftiel, 1"".
' S lifcrbour' Ointment has cored of the Union for the last
county, Alabama, immediately upon the Bed-Bugs. sores many years stand towns throughout
':: West bank of tlu-Chattahooche river, and on a high mnl1JNK1.o.nm; m.IBatt Sacherometers Hydrometers, Sugar Boilers Thermometers ing. Where 9is impossible or imprudent to heal the daring which i! wu sausfactorily pte b1 D.t.. -

;; :. mid leyd BluQ. c.> nmanding; a view on the water for,, Q with a general assortment of fresh D&ucs, external sore, in consequence of the bone becoming way. incodteyibly prove : -1STAot -" l"i.

: two m ilcs or $11\4"'. up Dcd down the river, It is jUd1 A LARGE and complete asson &.just received by E. B. PERKJNS, carious or rotten it will stop the progress of the cane, JECT1ON POWDERS, it effects a S

I .. ; ooiidercd the runs delightful ud healthy spot Oft : mentof Fresh Drugs and Medicines,just retx Oct. 4. 183-1. [8-Cro] Druggist.tt increase tbejqoantity of the discharge, remove the of speedy care of that dreadfal disorder, 4o-. .:

&hOriYert between Columbus and the Bay, and is ear red from New York and Baltimorefor sale,wholesaleand O vV AND'S TONIC MIXTURE. faosive stnell ad ease the pain. Scourge of the Unman Race dae I
rounded by a fertile and extenure body of bind, ring retail. Country Merchants and Practitioners supplied JE1& Warranted and It cares the wont Felons or Whitlow; on an appli .. TIM P1 U.S are accompanied. .h _
principally the B&rbour the perfect lasting cation of 48 hours.Rheamatttms with the INJECTION POW
on ChewaUee and Cowikec on moat accommodating isms.EDW. quires it.
: cure for the Fever and Ague. For sale
creeks,and must necessarily command the trade -for 8EIXAS, wholesale and retail by FLETCHER which have stood so long as to become CERATE; these constitute a most al.i. .
a&xtyorscYcuty.nilu around it. There were upwards "My2941 Druggist Magnolia,Florida.A & WESTCOTT systematic disorder requires-medicine to be taken inwardly applicable! to the various stages or&h .
of three thousand Bales Cottou shipped from FlorU Druggist, JppclaeMcol to remove them entirely. Bat in most common der. Fal'and plain directions, withcxpUuniag a po I
this place the last this Ointment the rarioos ,o4 :
season and illis confidently beleiv *I Mess.Fletcher and cases by applying extErnally directed symptomS .
hereby d
ed that next Keasou there will be ten".thousand. bales Westcottmy arents for the sale of"Row-, it will give relief. And even in old people, whoa treatment, accompany ,each box' 10
carried to. this point for market; and this quantity end's Tonic Mixture" in the pains have been of longer standing, it will ease lira either sex may care tbemeelTea. '. j4(
-increw a*the country becomes eettled There Territory pain. (Price of the Pills$1 a hex; the bjed raDiI
Ipf Florida Eastern of Alabama
e&aoot boon, other Town Below Columbus that can part & To sea captains and masters of Ttssds this ointment .I Cente50 QaU exb..z.f ia ,
: ,.interfere with Inrinton; and as the Steam Boats. can Western part of Georgia; who are able to furnish mast be very valuable ia winter on oar coast it baiavrer I BT Prepared Horn Ihe original Jtecipe. .a-v-: '

,, PIT between it and the bay. at all seasons of the year, the said medicines to ail who may apply to them.OIl ;certaui in its effects on Chilblains orpartIaWected .I the late Dr. .W. T. ConwAy, bj his --nn*

jftconsidered that it affords superiortodrantagea toe .' -i r as favourable terms" as they. can obtain from the pro frosithikewise: pres Tee its qn1i1ica ia.allcUmates. cawr, ad.IM Sole .Prsprietr. T.wJ ,

tiki trujpfirtimn of commercial operawas Captain UCTION .-Thenbsoiberhaviagloab..taLted pHetor. himself: "Signed. .. wham they..aey be bed ,at! kCbanibezs h i II
Seth Li's A him in TalUhA. ",mo. R.ROWAND." this .daoI':10 1.: .
the tof.&he ptoietors,aDd reaiding proposea to do a geacral A large taacsof testimony pnvbf the vaUe of I orer No.99.ut
"'_"111"811. 01.! loti:;prrritcry to'anyT.VRPP eotaaoiwioa buaineat regular sale day ,T. Philadelphia OcL 84th 185X" lit most excellent medicine .Will be shown to those wba Drag Stem corner. of Coed sad J U1rnear I.

.SO'i1" .- yy Batarda1' ." ;; S IX,weeks after date, as the principal creditor wish farther information on' applkalran to Dr Hen, .Ce*eert Hal. Bostaa,'-;- _r.', "

,?iro .rJo.' .t" ', IVERSONaSTHLOVB .' > He wBl also attend.toadminutrator.andoihertales'. .shall apply to honourable the County Court tons, or to any of his anthemed agents. --t.,(", wi all )WEiBPUINS .. '
tIff" J- in the eounfcr. ROBERT. HACKLEY. -* for the eoanty of Leon, for Letters of Administration The above medkine oW by special appoiat_.,_ of c as p ? by the lata Drc. 'I <').
> March Md 18J3. 3Stf the Estate William late of said the and Ied.. :
1'' ; 1rI4 Jr Propri =i, on Kinnard. county, patentee .. .
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