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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: March 28, 1835
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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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 )
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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
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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authorised to announce 'o --- .A!-' 'c- "' _-_- _- I r
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TOS nw. M. WHITE, as a Candidate to When stationed at- navyyariUtfecspjLrendezvous 1 I

the Territory of Florida, in the 24th THE FLORIDIAN sod receiving ships, ntpe..bunerw '. W

of the jTnjtpJ States._ and fifty dollars. ,\ .

iirizcd to announce Colonel JAMS? After being passed and stationed as abovct i

: rc. 3nEN, a candidate to repiesqnt tic tci one thousand ont hundred and fifty dollars, I ,
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. "3hConrcs or the UntIed$ *'
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da 'F13..t "LAISSEZ NOUS FAIRE." SURGEONS 1
: Jv'Z7Il! --_ ______ For the first
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nuthlrited to .announce Maj. WILLIAM 1 ,! ---- -I1 -- commission thousand dollars. ,
fe mQ' WUtLQC i1Q one '
ATT, a candidate to represent the tern- -_ Wl1L W SSnBm9 i1l Uct 23Qg a.sn 'yi 1UQ
Y the 21th Congress of the United ; UDQ For the second five years, one thousand two ,
in
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hundred
dollars.
271h 1833. SOtf -n -
July I I.t
Book ,11
- to nnnouncc II'/L/.U.U. BALDWIN Binding. lilY AUTHORITY.! For continuing the improvement at Ashtabnla For the third five years one thousand four
.mors respectfully informs
I\rt' !. as a candidate to reprcscli tl.r I. JNO. the public in general that he has his recttnmcncfd fronds I II crook in addition to the balance of former hundred dollars. I
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f FI II riJin the 2 li")' .0" r/I ? the Um-; 1 Book Binding in this city in the store now appropriations, seven thousand fire hundred For the fourth five years, one thousand six, :
,
1 1t I _:)3 .tr occupied by James S. Lynn All I ?'* '
!. -- --- -. --, -- Esq. orders for bind I and ninety one dollars hundred dollars. ,
---- UI will: be
executed with
1' \ 13. STEPHENS, books; re-bound to any patcrn: neatness required.and despatch. Old :, For securing the works at Presqu Isle, in After he shall have been commissioned. as a1

.1Jtrnnat/ Jqr. Tallahassee, March 7tli 30-tf.. I addition to the balance of former appropriations surgeon twenty years and upwards, one thousand ;
. ,, ( ( (five thousand dollars. eight hundred dollars. 'to j
m"c'1f il nanincy, Ca don Jtm- TR
t 1I
ASUUEll'S
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1ot'llcJ and: wil!' pm 'tire in the Court: uf. :\P- NOTICE. LAWS OF Tin: UNITED STATLS PASSED AT TillI'I' For. completing! the works at Gene-ee river, All the surgeons of the navy under order '. .

(0.- : : 'the Superior Courts (Gad-.d\ :i, Lctn ind TREATUIIEKS- OFFICE, ) SCCOND SESSION TWENTY-THIRD : (T.vo thousand thiee hundred and ninety dol) for duty, at navy yards, receiving vessels, ren I'

- j ;1DUt.s. 21-Ivcnr. TALLAHASSEE, March SIb, 1S.13. J An Ac for improving the harW I lan dezvous, or naval hospitals, shall have an increase ; '

Ia JI"JAMES I ........ .. .-.----.----------- 11> Y nn art passed! 2 1st November, I I82U, it is pro- I river; ii. tisiti. in the Territory at of tlis lichi"\n.mouth of the For continuing the improvement: of Big So. of one fourth of thef foregoing 4mountI. I

et \: SCOTT, sii.rrOI.Vfll' JiJ"Il1.l1:&U l be forn-ardcd that! nil! Don s CXp.rUN: by Auctioneers I Be it enacted by the Senate* nn
. ,1T T.:1W. toIl iic! Treasurer of by t'hr the Territory Jud:c oftlie Florida Co-inty Court' I! Representatives of the United States of .'rncrR j ninety dollars. of such orJ rs. "

e, (' ; loMttd( hnnsolfin Montif-Mo) JeHn-on 1 Auctioneers shall qmrierly in rach year;comnicnrln RI1" lint- :: ic in Congress :assembled, That the Mim of], For the preservation of the branch at Pro. I All surgeons of the navy ordered to any of !1'1'I !

s I ';:','. Floridi, u-mlcrs t Ins !rrofrssimnl !'r- outlie 1st ofJ.lIitiary, transmit to tho Treasurer i thiify thousand dollars be, and the same i is '' vineelown harbor in addition to the balance of the ships or vessels ot iho United States.f'

, 1.I': ritiz"iis"f' 'I-1.'ftl-.c Ti-rrm-ry; Co-inties.generally.! Lcn(Ic, uuotcr siles enVctctl o.uii, taken before sonic Judge) a coj-y of all out of any money in the I'I'hC'rehyappropri'.tc(1 former appropriation, four thousand four hundred .commisssoned for( sea service shall have au' ., '
. tlof' ourt I \ amount and what
at !
(","t1rT< I'.11:11'I''' l1'e time and Treasury nt oiiicrwise appropi-Ued for dollars. increase of one third of the foregoing amount'
. ..1' (;:,-Won, :In. tiI }place:nml 'for whom, the same was ; a con
-l *.. ('Jc"ri'J' Ic ol," tenders l ,hI"l! >. Now, all Awtioncrrs arc required to take notice m.luJ4 of i ruction ofa r.ow entrance iuto the haibr, For the preservation' of Plymouth beacli, of their respective annual pay, from the data r
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U' \ en.rt!, : 'Il1ketor.. nj .;rd.rs 1 jjm' s1I11l.n: conform to it, or suits upon their B"nds : at or near ihe moulii of lio River Raisin, seven hundred dollars.For o their acceptance of sach orders. \

:! ru 11.,t"lil' l11J ll.tcUUOf.. 'O.flcei.1: Mo,, nir.si l be insiitutc:! Ju'Igos of tho, County Courts am I where it unites with Lake; Erie, according to the breakwater at Ilvannis harbor ill'' All surgeons of the navy ordered as fleet
1e requestedithout: !
: (,9-I r) and approved, the Bonds clay, to of forw.-.nl Aurtionccrs: properv in !their certified !, a plan and survey of the slid works made under addition to the balance of former appropriation i surgeons, shall have an increase of one halt '

r'r l'S'lOn. CHARLES AUSTIN pns, the direction of the War Department( bv nine thousand dolhrp. of their respective annual pay. from the date

e Xf1TI 'sTnTit WBIITK. [31 tfl Treasurer of i he Territory of Florida. Captain II. Smith, during the fall of the ycaj For improving the harbors of Newcastle, I their acceptance of such orders.CHAPLAINS .
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d IV.AfTifT., LAW in (the Courts of. iJl- Union Bank of eighteen hundred and thirty four; Provided Marcus Hook, Chester and Port Penn in the: i ,
and the CourtriFtcr Florida. I
ed Florid.; JJckm County however. That no part of the sum hereby Delaware rivpr. i i.i addition to !in-! balance of When attached to vessels for service, or at
Tail.ilin: oe. A T appropriated
.'. : n meeting of the Hoard :
-. : I I .1 ] Unio-i Bank of Florida: of Directors of the shall be expended f for improving J former appriatior, six thousand dollar-. ni\'y! yards, one thousand two hundred dol! : 1
I. [ held
PH Y1t' : at their B.ink-
. ) --- :: __- 1 I..L i ; Ilou-ce in the CJ'Y ef Tallahassee] on the 10th( the channel of said river, but (the expenditure: 1 For improving the navigation ofthe Savannah 1a r. !I

el : J\. n tr1!!!1 .e rl', I'I February! It13-", the lolKnving Resolution: ado1)h directed, shall be coniinud: t'\clusivelvto river, in removing the obstructions il.! Whsn} on 1 leave of absence, or waiting or- j q .

t :u.otixn .tTTflYl'.V: AT LAW,) I ted tI Rcsflr:- d That the construction ota cut or passage from I slid river frctn tho city of Savannah toils I, ders;, eight hundred dollars.roFEssou 0\:\

1. pr t' tii"- i l1 the I'our !' .Anp>ns ;-T1 o I Union B.ji'ik, of Florida c.ich and be,every and lie Stock is holder in the, the Like to that part of the ri'cr which i is to mouth, in addition to thc balance of l Conner i OF MATHEMATICS,

. :t."rj'r ( ollrlr of Lroi:,,
!' "-.ii"--y I 4{ 1'lmul.i i ,1.141. in thc.Suprii It r J fur the purpose of carrying inn cflcvt the pn-vis:ons j BELL, For improving tho navigation of the: Ohio I ii: a yard I, one thousand I two hundercd uolI :E I I,
of thc! Hnui'ii. -
DU'Itlr : '
I t ." .iCv counties. of the thl: Sec of its Charter, which! Section; is in Speaker 0:' t'I Hou< of river below the sills I J.I lars. I
c Representatives: ( and the Missouri ami ,
!i. ,.'," ..' .f I ill.Stiitt 1 : : '' Ce: rgi.i. I 1VS1d'fli' l ihoso words, to wit:- J j j i. '
M VAN I3UUKN I '
- ,' i.'Jtl I 183IJ: i I..tt t' Mississippi thousand doll.irs. '
: fN"V !111' WI' Sec.. :;J3 Be it Amhcr rivers fifty sEcnr.T.tnxrs. I
enacted :
- Thnt in all in- Vice Picsuleiit 'f the United S'atcs, I
.. -- ---- i':'1)CC'S in wich: slaves: shall be mortgaged in virtue t i fltlJ J Prcsi-lcist: of tUs Senate. I For the improvement of the navigation; of To commander-; squadrons, uhon commanding "

: 0 Ii J. AD1S of this art, the p.ss>e ,ion thereof shall! he and Arrr.ovEp, February 21th .1815.ANDREW I the Ohio river between Pittsburgh( and ih' falN: : in duct: one .thousand dolors.To :

res's'I. lrn'JrlXfr* : .1T 1..1Jr,) notwithstanding i.i\'i: \: with the( nrsitjragcr,the any law to the ( re-I ;: JACKSOX. of the Ohio, fifty ;hoa-and dollars, to be expended fomm.inders of squadrons when not i'J1

I.I /' jj.,3 nJ ft'li1 Cluinry to A pp.1'' IC" II.f,1.l Da}'. ce"'ntainod ii: lirll1.ort by ag-.*, it covenant shall he ll'ful.f'lr or covenants 1' I under tOe diivctiou of the War Department comaKindiug in chief, nine hundred dollars.SULINGMASTERS .
ten-J the Courts hcM l the the I Ar. ,
I.e v.ili.-:j :I'.ilirly: i at nl ; Act for the c-impli-n-.n of said
Bank i.-.iprovomcnts; ; >
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to the .
awl
sc under
. :; same. And if a. tune the the cre of a biipcrintcn- It
.eI t'1 J'V a::'i\ 31 rUII11: ) t llic I ainui: l trrm L any Fioiida.Be -
'. il!, TaUih.i-i. Litic/s adi President Ilf> f-aid Bank, or any accreJiicd Agent I d.".nt for that put of the Ohio. Of;ithip of the line fora '
"j' \j>; o: a? thereof, shall make oath before it enacted by the Senate and House of sea service, onoOLU
'Cvi i! I'. .:'f /u//, will! l.'v at5rii.li! to. County C-im, or JiKtice of thf Peace any, that Judge he'l'rih'of the: Representatives of thu Umted Stales of Amorica I! For ihe Delaware: breakwater, OKC: hundred I thousand: Inudre.l dollars. -

. f,7'-l.! 1 {UClfJ l-'clioit-j that ti MO said mortgager intends removing, i( in Congress assembled Thai f, for the I 1 thousand: ] dollars, provided, that only so much I When on other duty, one thousand dollarshea ":' ,
1..s, \ltl------ or i j':1 rut to removT has commenced pur- j ol 1 this sh'-ll l hp. in the \\ leave :t
\ ( T ::0 remove,, of certain i sum npjdiod[ as opinion on of absence, or wailing or
f pose exec-tiling internal
,I. :]hc .siv' s;'avc, or slaves, beyond th* reach of the improvemonts. f of! lj} <> of War bo I ders I hi
Secretary: may :1 VJllt.gCOIH-: seven ::i.'Ircd! and iifty dollars.
,
\'LIZT V. STELL i'mvs: of ;iti! Territory violation of his covenant hereinafter designated, in the Territo ;
;,. th -ho Hank. it h:1J nnd j j of I ly expended:: in the (p.ea'c::* -linl"ti:: : :: i d'lh"' : SECOND MAsTER
Flotilla 'f
,1. \' .11' -JJ'U..JCllU'OT..l, }',. may he lawlul' for said I i I ry the following sums he, and the .
0. Ju ?c or Justice lo"t*>nc ni A'tahmont against such I I j said work. I I When attached lo vessels for sea service j
!1tI.i ,. i-oiifiiini iiii.i \\itli same aie hereby appropriated, to be i ,
'lIl.in: : ; : 'S in.lns. paid out
!lave
: directed .
1( or j-a\'cs. to anv .Marshal:cominandiZ For the the harbor seven hundred"and doilars.
completing improvement at
,:'ITV.i !H. <'. vM'-l I : IHlJ"/ of in the hfty i
I '! -i': i \: him M seize; nnd take suchlave any money Treasury not otherwise fit
c. : '- ,-I\C:": Ij \ IE'a31'i JAP. I). \Vr T- j 1 ? return thcrof 'o 'he next Court or h slave;'ing'om andin.ik' appropriated: of Mobile, m removing tlw bar at the! en- When on other duty five hundred dollar ;'.tf.tfI

h.i ., r-vii.*'*. ptMfJV! jnri : !icion! in the .amc wav as i is provided-L For Hearing out (the Oohhwaha river from I (lr rap.cc of the harbor called the Choctaw pass When on leave of absence or waiting, or !d I .

j ---- fiy the ion oral law of Attachment' : Provid, moreover St. John's in addition to the appropri.tiou; of trn tholl-\I ders, four hundred dollars. 'j\\I
, (ii'tsden! Conn I Cc.nrt.: lo Glass-all's ,
j iliat! hi any ca 'c of Spring near Camp I
III mortgages on a slave or ( aiiil) dollarmade at the last session '
of : : 'iI.\r'u:;. slaves.! 1'V i iruio o'this' I a-'t, the incrc1\( of steh slav King, for the (ran:poitation of provisions and seventeen I PASSED MIDSHIPMEN-, "'

' r.:. \) T. JII'IITn': ; / !, l35. os r Il\'es shall ue zuhjct to th" $amc Len, created hail military, stores to the garrison at that pi.scc, I thousand: nine hundred; and :iIl -)Y seven I On duty seven hundred and fifty dollars. jf

'jof I'A-.p-rc-.r.' morg-: ,, .c. estimated 1 dollars: and sixty cents. Wailing orders, six hundred dollars. I

k ,1'!, 'j : 1:1': tm; "n ,t!t'r : 'rtnc iltC1'C'tf'l: --March) 7h ____________________________________30-SOw.__________________________________________________ |l as General, in$10,000 the report of the Quartermaster f ;'or completing the removal of the obstruction WARRANTED MASTERS' MATES t'it
t'ci. 'Mi :
IT' ; t <d river, in .nrUl* tt'bcn attached to vessels for ;;,
Fr I sea service
!iy: .\n.'tIa, j-.snoil! :fri.'i the C 'irt. :l3ej'I opening a road fioni ihe head of P ---'sand ,
iJ .. T:lb.ns.er.! Fd). f 7-li, IS:25.: S *- nsicolu tion tD Iho nI' .;.. : ,. dol-1! or at navy yards, four hundcred
and C
appropnalioH
: : !::r' 'l\'rlCl .1H\'f! ri.; l1eiv ir. filly dol-!
I' bay, Pitlrr.an's ... of
; r. lIE subscribe of ilm by ferry, on Iho Clntlaho'Hhir ,. sC.sL0a vongrcss,, *.\
is insti'r.tion jI rd.
IIP
1 I lars made J
: : : t lj.\l' ;111.1 1 .1,1: t'11hr t'i! ll1' :iUl: ihl) are :rehy o '. I!
.f, : ; : n. 1 1. M. \'ID-n.X. .H. n-.tificd that an :instalment of Two Hollarson river $4O00. the wII iiitV thousrid doIira., Ifvnro.of *
n
, ) 2-"In ,\uv 0\r: PI-iintifT each share} has he- n cpllcd for by the Boardvpf f For continuing, the improvem.* sf(1.mi- For improving the navigation: of the Arkansas d Cbrhc:5; %;: *_ .J..p absence or waiting or-, ;If
Dirpctov5, and 'iliat, th, will, uilt' al1(1 -tt\\tle( v r II
i"p S:1n'- I lgaliuifl of CbaUAboohlt'cr frpm Cedar and for boat with r{ Jo C_ a rs.
river, constructing a an
Uaokin" House in Talla'mssee' the first :
F 1'h! G oCC-ri c- nt tie on day
:.9 o! Mav next. L A. THOMPSON, Ca h. I BlufFlo the Big Spring, in Florida, according iron hull, forty thousand dollars.! When attached to vessels tor =v.. _- \!
criir hao; j j ist received and offers Fci;2B so-tdp. ; I to the report of the sistiit; quartermaster: For completing the improvement in the na- four hundred dollars. .;,

1. Wl.bls, Irish r'\r.a.: -- Negroes nt t private Sale. charged with the superintendence .if the removal \ !i ation of the Capo Fear River, below the When on other duty, three hundiod andfifty 'tj.:f
*t 40 C J lc>. !'.j. rii.v Fl.fir, I : I of o'xtructiu-is' .
two Ih'II aIHl dollarof 1 '
l ? -- North Carolina ( dollars. :
I ; 5 II .xe-s Clie. 'IrN or twelve prs-.ic: NFGROFS will be oflercd I town of Wilmington, twenty .: .
J 10 4.\ Sen/1 1 Icn i Ii!-. 1"t f'vate s-jlo in T'\!lalr! <5s:e, the second For removing ob! .trucli,n.s ill tlje Cbipola II j thousand{ dollars. When on leave of absence or waiting orders '

It 101h. ,I" r ,1 C1:1.re: week in A'til, w.-xrra H.'aI! sound ami of excrMcnt! river in Florida five thousand) dollais.Approved ; I For constructing a dredging machine, and I J three hundred dollars. .L
.'II -IK. s. I I -iia\ icr, p':1rlof t'lnr.' a family c'lilsistinE of ei htix Feb. 2-Ub t .
.ip ( a' : 1335. channel
i tho inland between St.
for CLERKS
?! i':. \y .. : I IAn completing :
jrlan pious, -: of v.bf.sn.re. v."ry thrivinj: :licalthy clrl !,. r., fn'm; '- f
'1 i !\ and St. John's in the Tenitory of Florida Of a yard, nine hundred dollars. ,
1 i.e -v I. ,-.J, j Hiiocn to IWO i"t trs I.f ao, will be nfl"'n.(5! two third I Mary's 4
.)I.('' f; cvod'.t!: if Act to p1'.)' i.lo f.tr firl| rOI1ip"li'.ni'Jn of the the estimate of the First clerk to commandant
a of
1If | I. :icu Huticr, j h on 'vant.t u. a prtn' nr'ro man. ;i fichl haml.: according to Engineer n navy yard. J'
) .'" Is"..'y O..J 1ctis, Sii2:''. :i iin: c l-li'i-'y: r.c'i-o nnii, a fi.-Id hand', and \vnionn (.rl mnr>h.'! II" tIC t! Ili I 'tI'i'1/If l Dl'h I ;\'al'e.- Department fifteen thousand dollar nine hundred dollars.

Ifc ; .) "'* ,'.i.-.iriu of cilcr! Gm'cries for nl .t '. .i.iii-:: :N), a good co'ijf, I canThtrt s:, and cXcdh lIt \\ashcr ,, Be it enacted by iho! Srnale and hotnn "f Second Cork(
For with static three hundred and 1 to a commandant of
I : Reprcseiitaiiver I offhe filling up a navyyard
t -.1'1 1Iri.j { t.ivJIroic-! : U-iiled Slates of Atncrca i
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IC'I ( j ()l1 II. T.-f' ,:\rmftGElt. \pi\-: to :\Ir. 'Vdlflli'll.rI \Il\lIilJ, forfurlhrrGOf.DFINDKR. :! in Congress a- i-mbH! Tint the : fifty two yards of the outer pier ovbrcakwat ,i.I I seven hundred and fifty dollats. -t -

: 'f' ::;i is. J\t'I'l'Y 11"2: ; u' I I p.Hlir.l I nr". the distiict If ![)..! \v.,ire shall bo[ O1u..ltall\i, at Dunkirk} ; harbor, New irork, tine thou 'lOct I To commandants of squadrons, coptains t

oat. 'f';lie suWritx! t r< Turin: ins j.i'H-TO r.iJw\v) .- I 1----March. M _--.10-J---- _ _- receive, in addmon i lo tf.e romcnaalion; now four hundred dollars and twenty seven cent :'. I fl-ets, and commissioners of vessels., .five. hun t.!
: jor11tt'
: vcrv cxrjiM\v pMroiniC 1 lie has For and the died dollars. ;; -
: 1 inJ ji'-d: .. cs t hi ns ll'th 1 I iT nnthiiu on JIM )part, allowed by I ivv, an anlt;:: salary of two hundred extending completing} pier orbreakwater

r.r I .141e; I nj i'],'a-o the ps-ipls i i'i: fpr.rr.Cr. .\\. ,I Tln-i I H 'rff W.-IR >rot !liv Fur.iiliy'o!) P..- dollars, payable: qn.Trter.yi' ): out of any) mo [ in front of said harbor nine tlllm..1: EOAT \VA1N3, CiT.NNCRS, SAILMAXERS, CAR- '-

.e' H. L. tB. j tor.: .--l--iin'-y's: !Pol rnTuMs'trol I by i ury in the Treasury not: ()thct\\ iu "l'propria-i and five hundred and seventy dollars and six-l I'f.NTF.P.S, 1 -L
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,U I'KATOR'S" ;c9 tll! o.1! Vir-in'a Pofmac-: Vir ifii.i renls. i
teen
AI1.tfl1-i I ;
c \OTJl'E. Poiom.ic ., IItll old I ted. Of a ship ,of the line, for sea service, scvenuntited i X
w.tt c t imp..c: I Dimifd a
i'r : \ ''"'is in-1 Vr.l to th. ( : tcllr WII.IMM, j,1111: dj' inip<-.ri".l} ni-.tuni vis --ot I by Fi)ii\i7.< I i il. Kii"l.iml :, :- ApprovcJ, id ). f th. Proudcd that no ollic or of the army shaH J li and fifty dollars. if .

tip I; \ir.os' < i h io ..f|'J,I'li"tllrnll"t S., drrjn"ril, -ilxFKir. .l I I.y n\\\ 'I''r'I'-f: Tu-ur t by -- receive any per cent or :addition! pay, extra: Of a fiigate !for sea service, six hnndrcd dol h :
!rert. : .1.? in t'co' im'iH'llIuc ihe) unI I
| :
: : ( jviV'iicnt t. ( :ro;,'s Partner iut (.1' MrViif! \ -:; :.M.li.i; by o!d"eiitllC i An Act .snpplcmi'n.aiv .' dlo'\ lOCC or compensation, in ;any form whatever l lars. II
1 as :snd t1' 11nll"t iv :n'.M: : :'?lt tIii ,,- I to an nc! o? : lei "An r.rt toauth'.riz *
llui1'i I II linportrd! Dioi.nl.t'O! \\MS :o! by Sp.rtar 1-_ inhabitant'! : c.f| -he Stntc of L-'iu on account of the disbursing any public J Jmoney When 1't
; :1:ll-I p:dl ( tlt"rc nrj-s.-: (.t I ) t.-J'r Ibm )HL'I"'u ttin :- on otbvr duty five hundred dollars.When ._
.r'Illr'l' Ib illl"
giat "r ; 10 '
: : to dud the !nk ;auds- \
14. : IO!\' ;.tithij.-.vlr.l within; the unir :' I appropriated I by law during tho : i '
present
'; ;p.)L.: ,1111)1'-t ( (11.1.): ,tt- tllJ.U1'.l l'Ol: illam un leave of absence or waiting;
h\v-, t'4C'! will l Iw firovor I l.irro.l.'TtlOMXS I. I IW.ls.l P.e it enacl eel by iho .Semie 1 and IIou= of surL .
I L',liry, 11", "V.L' ;0' hy Pc: a :1., ,\ h', pLVI'u'Ik! of' c session, f}r fortifications; c\Oc'Uti'>:i of der.s three hundred and-sixty dollars ," .
, : M. \viir use (.:''owil1. : : Ileproscnfilivos of the United State of Amcr I :
el"'sVildair l PI',11'1i.mill, "nj 1Jlisicr. : works of internal improvement, building I "
veys j Oncers !
fc- the duties
rI tCK-.jorar'y
: lniiistrator: ; ofi-'io. I performing
(x .
ica in Coiwre-s _
t 'fhl' ; .. tf Fo-mly' Pllt IJC W.\: )t tlY : :is :'inblc.f! That thu tune
bell 1"-:_ :? )it n -r I I11 t u.,!iil1] ,oil\ (i-ill itui; --Th,! d t nn of Guid-Fi.ider: gotJr givsMi by the acts to which Ibis is o arsenals: purchass of pul!,!-uppliea of any ; |belonging to llu>so of a higher grate! shall.re .
a supplment > h for ollitr! service I "
*
dcscriptioti, or ( or utj'1Wh.ltsucn'r
-i I tl.eM 1111 I.OI' tl Pii.imd.CJ.ilFinder any ceive the compensation allowed to such higher -I *$
, k .Jt LADE) 1. '" to the owners ol the land.-: bordering on vless al1thnri t,1 I.u. i
I : uill;l Miuul t'uis: scas.o.1 I p':'lf. (.rtlls :;;.nc j e by grade, while actually so employed.No .
jjsi if, i.i..l! ..1fl3 New OJ..'an< and; NVvt i at nj''II:1!,'iIt'-1''f! season will end l JOili d.i v of| j: any ofany of the! i livers, creeks l bayous, or Approved, March 3d, 1::35. officer shall be put on furlough but at" 10
"t-cM.-i. d] ak 5.Ttn-nt 3 ] 1 a! I, '1'0 i. : It' :;,. It4ut! tic! S'M ,'JC \'j..itI"itlol.t.rs! the SI"sl"\"nn-Ei) do I- I to lH'cofJlIhc p'irchasrrcj of i I:i: own request, and all officers'so furloughed 1., -
't.it ;l or N Yoik nnd Flour 1.1: niat'.u: a mate: in fold, piy.iblo! \\ !IB..a t!be ui, rf j I Ii. I by preference! Anct it regulate lh ) Orloin- ; ; the bark: hacts owned b
: is kjviw to 1 lo ia t f M the trL\lhd. adjacent to I those )fr Mat's. ,
V.u ( : : rr marc Tinmoney J f\I i they would have been entitled if on leave of ,
. liiiter'etcru IIam>; !ftv; tlc; sau: to be p.iid when the s :as'ius' o-il It' thfsn, I be, aivl the s.uuo: i is hereby! cxtenJcd I Be it cnartcd! l hy the Snito nud House ofproacnaivos I'absence.

: tn: prime Pork, the nuncis, not poi.l" !, persons pl1ttil1 by the reason i, oim year froiii the 15ti! of .7 UtIe next. ? ; ol the United States of C

pltutnOnions ana Chrpso; !uu : -.\.? I their lu.tu I payable) 011 (l'i3a(3.llrli ( Approved, Feb. 24th, 1 S35.A mciiua in Congress assembled, That from \A-I} If any assistant surgeon shall have been absent .' .
crm Candles I t : 16. 32-lw S. ATKINSON.; from tho United States, on duty, al tho -
) family( Beef in halF bbls;; .._.__. I
after the the annual
-- ol'this act, of i
passage pay
of
lime others his date examined he
hail were '
I Powd. i I'' I B UILDLVG Md TKIi I11'Jf44S.'S !. Act to complete; ] c-itain Heads in th? T'rrrir! 3ryof4..rtt tho officers of the invy of United Slates shall '
shall
i if not rejected at a subsequent examination
)rand Holland) Gill; A GOOD nsbortnu-nt on hand-: : : 1.
be follows!
Tea by the box'omcMics .Si. :IIdlC':hJli'k's: Tools of all Kixi! either on Resolved! by the Si>inlo: and Ilousf: of Hopjesentalives as ( : be entitled to the same rank with them ; i

} )\\ )' ; band, or, furnished! at bhort notice, :arsd r.n ITn!rmiblfterm : of( the United Slates of America Tug sex 10 n. CAPTVIN, and if from any cause, his relative rank cannot
: by the bale; bv GEOIltii LAN.M AX.Mnrrli At all limes when in the .service four thou- il
will
him he
ret.un his
be
kinds i assigned to origr-
\ Cut Nnls: and Hrad ; ) 14. 1 1S25. r 1131fl] in Congress assembled, That: tin sum of iweti- sand live hundred dollar ,
- \V Ware ; N. Orleans Hum ty thousand dollars be, and the same i i.s hereby j' position on the register.One '_ -
; To Mechanic] When on leave absence, or waiting or-
i ration shall be allowed
a h' Apple and Cognac Hnndy ; appropriated: out of any money in the Treasury I- per day, to all
4 PLANTER in wishes h'lill! l ln dcr.s three thousand five hundred dollar 3
r, 1 Kinds Shoes JcTcrsoiicuunty tii otherwise V officers when attached to vessels l for sea ser.
by the t.-nnk, &c. not i pproprialod, h) completethe
l cnse, ,LL Saw :Mill i by contract. For further particulars ALL OTIIClt CVPTAIN3.
vice. *
er- I'"s to purchaso 1 CIIllonJUT- Skins ard npply[ to Mr. Kuduock ::t the City IJr.tcl. road le'idiii": from t t'us l southoni !(boundary; When in command -
squadrons: on foreign;
..bem i1 --Marnoli-i! IK.-, is;, I J.I I. -IJUf) Murh.i 14. fSttf! line of (tho State of Missouri, by Jackson' | dollars. Sec. 2. And bo it further enacted, That
-.tations four thousand
,
----- Little Rock and the ur no allowance shall hereafter be made to any,
to
tonn
II A 1' S Washington 1 j
:1 three
: Merchant Tailor j Whtti on other duty, tlious'indliuiItlrttl 'ive
ollijer in naval service ; .
of United
tile the
tl', :eiviI 11Y' the 1L'3ril'r direct from the Fulton, on the north Lank! of Rod Hive r; and dollars. ..
two Im'oi'CN f Hats Three doers north of the Planters Ilotrl. States, for drawing bills, for receiving or disbursing i
nn'1.ctorr: ( consisting that the furlher sum of fifteen thousand iloJarbe .-* .
,oS Irab, Otler and Dhck C3 J J. B1RGE, respectfully informs the public that in lilce to When oll'duty, two thousand live hundred money, or transacting any business
appropriated nvinner: complete:
ipi arrow brillls, sfltctctl expressly for this he hayjust revived a general 1 supply ">f goivJssuitable ) : dollars for the Government of the United States
i- AH'y! at "\"m. Manc-t's &t-,I'(, IC, to every branch of his profession, consisting the military road leading from Fort Towsou j co.-iANnnris, on \1 \ *Tr.RS COMMANDANT, ,he he nor
Old JUSTINIAN !'. DAVIS in part of Blue, Cl.icU; Mixed, Green, InvIsible Green: on Red River, to the northern boundary! ln LLj When atlachod to vesst-ls for service shall allowed servants, or pay for servants 3"J

N.nd 27.jf .. Drake neck Urccn, and Drown Broadcloths! striped! < (f the State ofLouisannn, in (the direction of> thousand five sea : clothing or rations for them, orpjy 1btthe !
. - Orabs, Lavender: nnd Tea colo\ircd Casimcrcs, V c;;t- two hundred dollats. same, nor shall any allowance be made to ; .'

Shoes and Boots. illS,
ilifre' .u reClvej( hy.the!' ,utnrlihc! f !, ilircrt fn'm lie ; dresses and cloaks made iu the most fashionable Approved, Feb. 24th. duty, two thiusantl one hundred dollars. niture, or for lights or fuel, pay or transporting F
; nry I'I'%w 'Lrlc, an 11I\'l) of style. When leave of
1IId : 343j lljii'n(1 gentlemen, eupctsflr selec In prcscnting'hir.is"lf t(, the! public\ he simply states An Act making additional appropriation, ."Jr tin Delaware on absence, 'or waiting orders baggage. ft is hereby expresdy declared that

o" I y r'Jr thu) 111 irket.Aiilvat; : 'V,n ;M uiorJUSTINIAN that no woik shall Iciivc his shop without tnc entire breakwatci, nnJ for certain harbors, and .-tmovinjjobstructions one thousand eight hundred dollars. the yearly allowance provided in this act is '
I8of F. D.\VIS. satisfaction: of the owner, and warrants his cutting in and at tic! tuou/Iis otVcrtain: LIEUTENANTS. all the ,
pay compensation and allowance that
"t 2C-t( equal to Philadelphia or New York lie will .sees rivers, for the year one thousand eithi hundred anllthirty Commanding one thousand eight hundred:
shall be ,
I every endeavor to please rvcry one that patlofli3 five_. received under any circumstances J,
31 UNISTJlATOn's SALE OP him, nnd as he is a permanent resident of Tallahassee Be it enacted by the Senate and House of dollars. whatever, by any such officer or person, ex

\ be NEGllOES. identified solely with its interest, he asks the support Representatives of the -United States of America On: another duty, ono thousand five hundred cept for travelling expenses when under orders

1e 1 soH at Public Auction, to the lii} Iiest of the. people. dollars. for which
ICf( !March 14 31-tf in Congress assembled, That the following I- ten cents per mile shall be allow.
: i : frc !ny storc in Tallahassee, on Sa-; r Wailing orders one thousand two hundred ed. -
ofOB ,Ki-ten nUl(,!bet wcen the usual hours NOTICE: sums be, and the same are hereby, appropriate dollars. -- ;:.

l ii n;/ ( SLAVE belonging to the shall apply at the same time advertised by Cal>t. to be paid out of any money in the: Approved, Maich, 3d, 1835. -
UIii r Mahburn ASSISTANT SURGEONS,
N! ii late of Gadsdcn county, I II. F. Simm-ms, for letters of administration, on Trcasnary not otherwise appropriated, for car- .
'f iAias TO \1 oman wiled lather, with her' the estate of the lateVU.LIAM KMINAHD, dcc'd as I 1 lying on and completing certain works heretofore Waiting orders, six hundred and fifty dc),1ENGRAVING.. -, -
a fine
boy bout 12 of creditors.
of the largest
,et I t uuya.IoUt j years and Billy about years( one : am March one 14.1 *35. 31 if G EOR Gli YOUNG commenced, viz: lars.At nine hunded and dollars. O H. Throop, ngrar', of Bank Notes, Maps;
*i ( .s.aOlc.thinl! casll, tlic balance I Ir :. .. For improving the harbor of Chicago in sea, fifty I Portraits, Heads of Bills, Business and 'Yisivin -
I A1L1Iet ba .fcriiirliPcr'ilL cent inlcrcst and approvedI at N 0 'q ICE.URING addition to the balance of former appropriations i- After passing nnd found qualified for promotion *,Cards, Diplomas, Notarial anil! Societ .'S3;_
t r dCf A. It. S. Lluntcr is hundred and fill Door Plates, and all kinds Masonic Engrdyit>
to g ejc
rnyc1i eight
r in11 mortgage on the N'g tthckJB&rn : my surgeon, ,
> I ; necessary 4napcis. Sold by D legally n\\l1onseil.! :r"cllt both lOdlvlJJo.l1y tinJIS thirty two thousanb eight hundred dol dollars. .:uted in a superior manner. Specimens! may fee setttn

|roaoc''a' Administrator the Executor ofAdam I luntcr, deceased.M.rch lars. Mr. Wilsons.Book Store,where orders Maj"left!
h l [ J. M. G. HUNTER. At seAf one thousand two kundrcd dollars. Tallahassee March 19ih 1833. 32-tf
30ulJ B. J. 11ACKLEY. iJ;.- l ] For securing the works at Black river, four /

thousand four hundred dollars. .


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from the west I s of the ground (btrwfecu
gentlemen
FiTAL nKvcosNTOE.-By I! Uadon
10 .f country If tho appropriation be made, yoa fciSj We hope however, that tho proceedings of we learn thai a sudden reucountre took place at Fort (I with Mr. Stevenson ("ho had been ana B rlct _.' "

Fran the Mtshingn.Golet Feb. 27. retire to England or Holland leaving Mr. Htlr1QD.incharge the two Housell'will not bo interpreted, anywhere Smith, on the nigui of the 17th inst. between Mr. 1;t University graduate) and Mr Charles 1 c
of affairs; notify the departmejit of the vaee 8.Col&n and Mr Wasington Coffee, in I of Sir Thomas Tyrwhit Jones DOes, hij
TIlE DESPATCJcJ gfROM: FRANCE.The into disposition to submit quietly to ;> William has
selected as your temporary residence; and a\'tattCUr- killed and the latter supposed I I i the Brighton road .called the Pearl
the former
Sucha which was h'eh-
Prrsident eoajgUlsrte&ted-yesterday, to both ther instructions.t refusal, by France to execute the treaty. wounded. I t horses and drives himself, The i 'wiuch
I be i' Ute
Vranches ofCon re bt'despatches received by the atn. sir, your obedient servant. view of tho refusal by Congress now to act to Mr.mortally Cowan was shot through the body, and lived mentioned above (for he no longer eiisb Mr-Stn
from M,5 Tunes does 1
late arrivals Livingston. pot I )
JOHN FORSYTH. the hypothesis, would be a roat cn or. only about two hours. His ball entered Mr. Coee'sbreast coachman profession; and it fsonrTrSi ttIaIe,
permit the publication at large of the content of upon the the and is supposed to I( mory to admit that though cut off j in e ** *
have confidence in just above right nipple th *
these papers in our columns todny.They wilT be From the National Intelligencer.Votes : Congress expressed a have lodged near the left shoulder. The 1 tter gentleman -I I youth, he had arrived 11: perfection j in e *crolhis
furnished to our readers as soon as possible, aivLsrul : faith of France. will not anticipate hi **
good They education and early habits ** J
1' the French Question, in the House of has a family residing at Fort Sm.lth.-.l'h however had j1.
be. found to present Mich an aspect of our relations upon i in reference I lost him his n "
necessity for legislation and his father we believe upon ; demeanor
any
: Representative forme 'w a single man, was
fail make American always
with Prance will'not to I that
as every
,
mind
c to
,4t % patriot at home and abroad proud of his Government .. The House Representatives sat, on Monday I to this business of.the tieaty; but they will legislate resides in Washington county. of the pernicious -I( int gentleCln to iced'the phenomenon It Way b-- fairl-r of saId of t itD at he, fie

: whatever be the result of the dehbera.tions till nevertheless, should it hereafter appear This is one of the evil consequents refinement into t.r
may night! (March 2d) midnight having commenced and practice of unnecessarily car coach. At a certain chan of horses a stan-

0 of tile French Chambers- its sitting 10 o'clock iu the morning. The that there i is no intention to carry the trea- deadly too prevalent Here were two bosom 1 silver sandwich box was-handed his on the rtilt die

Wc give a brief which etitorial.abst trill the of the in documents whole :ime was occupied in arduons debate on. ty into effect. It doos not follow, however ,frienes-lheJr rying intimacy weppons.of long landing and even his servant, accompanied by the offerofan&? tv'tmd
public
of before aa outline us, of the leading put Matures of the possession con- the question of our Foreign Relations, in which a Heaven forbid that it should!-that the effector coninuc. almost up to the fatal moment when their. sherrj to such as were Jnc'med.- uarttr'y gli$ ttU]

tcnt. number of members engaged. We have only of that lei Ulatioo will be war I hands were raised against each other's. Some (perhaps C1I

1 Mr. Livingston's first letter of the llth January. time and means, at this moment, lo make the lollowingstaternent We consequence tint evil is leaal far distant I trilling) dispute[ arose betwen them, in a large I The Sententious, or Striou JVorl4.

glv: *s an account of the arrival of the Message, and of the results of the whole pro hope nt : as company which produced angry words insulting I Leave your purse and watch at home till
He further from us as the next Presidential Flection.Nat. and threatening language folllowed-pistols were ,lie
: it.
indication .
the first produced by says. ceedings.The I to a play-house
you jo or
"it caused the greatest Ct:1sahcmC.a.ch cs yet I thinknnfaroraUe. following gentlemen (after Mr: Kobertson [ Intel. -1th inst. drawn-and before the by-s'anders had time to interfere an auction room ti
Never
1 ." He "I ought not to conceal from the parties 5red, when one was almost mstanry 1 pay a tradesman's bill till
say*, who the last Speaker) took part in the debate l you
was ien d T
and his wretch dJo |
hurried into eernity, catit thetor
I you tfat'rAe excittment is ttry great, and that their prid: and proceedings that evening: Mr. Binney, Mr. Frau the Boston Tranxri, '. wounded to be d .tned, after -j/ up.
as probably
is deeply wounlcd by what they tail an attempt to cierce Schlev Gorham Mr. Mason ot' Virg. Mr. be so severely Much may be done in, a short dtlt.onlug'
tp.lic Mr. : Our claims on France will undoubtedly paid.If dragginz out a few days of intense agony and remorse time
them threats to the of a turn they 10ur
'I I inoppsiliontot4e by payment plainest proof) in dtdaring persist Watmough, Mr. Beardsley, Mr. 'Bri-isJ?, Mr. any due doubts it. let him listen 'l) the vjice, ot a to tallow: him to a premature gruvc.-[Arkansas barber bestows one hundred and f fifty ah-ni
( ; Cambrclcn Mr. Adams nfMnss. Mr. in Ce'e: .te ((3 fr rencnaiti UIf
lof to be due. Thitfetling iifoslerel by the lasiguagt! Wise, M politician pett.co'l's.'hcll Gaz. I daily on your beard.!

of our opposition: pipers, pirticdarly by the ..Vait'ina.I1ntdUui.e'tccr Chilton, Mr. Hardin, Mr. Archer Mr Hawcs, and te who hai witched the woil of Boston by n r I you mean to buy a house which
York Courier trtra .'. Mr. Jones. dancing and acting) was called mt, aft- r her benefit I theJu ie 'l-'Vhen.the of you in.
aId Jftve framvhirhhavt wh ch War Dreit of people tend! to alter and be
of den
Monday evening, she male; a spee-h, improve sure to
: been sen&" by .Imtrieans declaring them The first question taken was upon a motion OOO years ago engiged in war or even in single coin doublt
\ sentiments of the people. Th' ti be of a majority made by Mr. Carabrekngto discharge the Committee "We ihe5XXX( ( >Jfrancs they otten wore as means
you Kill ice are translated! a.\d rpc lis.\cl hire, vith of the Whole on the state of the Union lomatic and in politic.Uncle Sam'c think we box see: I: armor that many modern soldiers could not even t Idleness travels very leisurely and

nteh "mnt.ttr" might hare been erptcted, anJnlc'.ibtcdly from the furthtr consideration of the whole subject snug strong carry a whole daVho has nIt been struck with I soon overtakes[ her. poYtril lie ctnI
., t were intended produce. .Ind if h $tii. "L-idies and Gcmlemen: shall again have the the great weight of their he mc: or head dress, a%
$ ties should take place between the two countries, these : in order to bring it directly unjrr the action honor of appearing b lore you in May next, when I they have obs.'rved these relics antiquity lying on k I.! ft is a merciless act to confine in jtjl ,8

ptrseniway Jlatter thenuelcfs with having the credit cfagreat of the House: on which the Yeas were 104 theN 9in-'pre'}' hope that; all t.'ie di.Vi-u'ties: suhMsting between .- the shelves of our museum But they had besides unfortunate and industrious man Ask \ .

E share in proauci'ig them." a'S 92. my native land anti"this my ad 'pted country, the helme\: the breast plate, the cmr ss or buckler 1 IseU..if it be not revenge? OUf) rt

{ I Mr. Livingston thus gives his own VKWS in rela-I The subject being thus before the House, the I may! be amicably adjusted. blndfor the arms and thighs, and greaves or heavy Never write letter
when
to the ultimate effect of the UC'iS3gc-'Vhe.: question recurred nn the flllowlDnesolut1on 1 Celeste must ortainlv have -mulied the widi.'n in boots for the legs. In adition to these they carried in a in a piston proiam

the energetic language of the Message will be moved on the 27th February: by Mr. John Q. abridgement -t King Williamsomctimes'grarious- cne Laud large shield. If> ou keep a drunken servart, insure .

1'1'm Je the pretext with so.ne.or the cause with others Adams, viz: ly condescends" to exhibit to his subjects in a ipee-h I house against tire. nnd yourself against your& coo

: ': the Deputies for rejecting t..e: law, cannot of Resolved, That the rights of the citizens oi the to Parliament. COTTON. 1 cHissure.s of your neighbors. 0 tite
f But think it will have '1\Iv Lords and Gentlemen am hippy to see so ,
<
a
conjectured. iculiivatci
>c yet from the Government The cotton plant (Koss!ipi'im ptrhtream.) If
United States to indemnity 1 incline to
pjod effect.-It has cenainlv raised iu in the estimation manv'of you, and all looking so well. : in most w-.rm clima> and found in Egypt, inhi you corpulency keep your ofG

of other, if I may jud.e from the demeanor of of France stipulated hy the Treaty concluded at "My Lords-l I am nappy 10 tell you that we are all : East In iI's i in the -'"est Indies, anl In North t eyes open and your mouth shut. and
here and i P.iris, on the 4thof July, 1831ought, in no event, well at home and I sincerely hop- our quarrel with t
their representatives ; my own opinion I and .Sou.h America. Tins: p'ant plant b indigenous If you have !ost you I love, a.d
that as on as the tirst excitement subsides, it will) to be sacrificed, abandoned or impaired, by any aunt Frances is not likely to put us M much trouble. in America; but was little regarded or nti..a'eii: there is such think that on nut another!
1 operate farab1yinthe councUs of Fran e. Alreadys.nne -i consent or acquiescence of the government of the Gentlemen Commoner-- thank you for the within 'he U S'ates, ha.fa: century ago. In 1791, j in the world, consiJ pic1ner t

p of journals begin t>. chance their ton, anJ I United States. money you have :lrcLlr"Cn nv. III May I hal: the whole expor Cotton was ftl hags of 30) Ib>. I er that there as good fish in the sea as ever

$ I I am much mistaken if the opposition here, finding I Resolved, I'hnt no legislative me.isure of n require more. See to it." eac .; the average of exports for 13-6-7 and 8, was was taken out. tliat t

that wt are in earnest, will incur the responsibi il}' tio,'iIe character or tendency towardthe French I J35.000.0JJ pounds; and when ihe amount consumed j I. A reserved temper checks

of a rupture between the two n.rion: which they nation i is or expedient at this time. Judge While has been :uldresscil bv the Ten in the u'intry during that period is added it gives ; ifvou conviviality, and electTill! :
conuot
necessary laugh, had
'1.1 lee must take pla--e if the treaty be rejected. in the subject of 7tOOou., j i you better stay at
Mr. Archer moved to amend these Resolutions negsec Delegation Congress: on th'znc.
of the I Ith Mr. !
In his scc-ond despatch January, The is annual It to the
I that he had held a c.mllTfnce wrh hv striking out the whole of tho Resolutions, after pcrmittiiiir his name to be placed among those, cotron plant an grows iiy-:
Livingston states :
height of 18 or -1 inches, arid has !leave* of a bnghtKrt' I tte are all! indebted far much of'ourq'Ince
;: 1hz Fi-ench Minister of Foreign Alf.urv. He !tY :- thr! word "Resolved, and inserting in lieu !from which a selection is to be mate t for the next n color marked with grtenbhvins, and ea...lmdivn'cd coo .

"1 l ogan it bv expressing my greha: -oaiiau-- the-oof the following: intofiv 1-be The to th-s tailor thshoermkor, the hosier dpnV
.. President. The following:! is hi- answer:- :, cotton pods are neatly
F I nication from t) o President ;o Congress had been soe rh-t in the just expectation that the GovernnwMit I 4 triangular shape, and each has three eel s. Whrrn I the jeweller, fh- inillinvr. inaatu i mnkor, and

much misrepr senh lan that par "hich. N1tt. l1 I France will hive: madi\: orwill, make provision WASHINGTON, Dec. SOtli, 1334. ripe i these burst open and disclose their snow white thc hair dre.-. er. h.f,

1.'r8n a III lJe c.In.rl1eJ 1I\l mcaire. of .oSz1y.,. for into full fllt-ct the with in th> midst which are th seeds I He
\ carrying Treaty Gentlemen Your note dated: on yesterday was con'.enhj; somewhat wh) accu t'nof himself to The
: It \lid 01 CvlSl'lt a ia J''t" n .::t.-- tuy) SI! r.uities. .
I. wa I'3.rt 1 tint: Govcrmncnt'of} 4 t h ot July, 13J1, stipula- handed me a few minutes iIC.! resmblingthoeof grapes. The fibres of cotton I lon bs ?
of G the crt !r,
it members oar -ernaicnt as tvO proper niiy obliged to sell b'nnecessiric3. sum
fine del and tie
are cate -I: le. Their direc-
be Legis..t ureb.>ily of FramoshniU : tin!! indemnity! 1 tar cLiins: of our citizens \vhich' I am aware that t l'r some lime past my name very .
p:1rsu'J.lf\h
to ;
I coarse
1 tion is not straight but contorted, so that the leeks I Chi
of this nation is b'uud tn require; therefore this house I has been occasionally mentioned in our own State :
t n re using to provide t ;.c rncars lie
persevere l-e extended drawn witrunv violence who is
can or our, : doing I always his
t. comi)lymg with-a 11 eat) forma ly made; thai the Prcsileat. deems it inxpcdient :o adopt any measure in rcla- and elsewhere, ior the office von mention. I had to the fibres. ou; counsellor nil! of. arrr

p t as as was his daty, taed the facts,
l I", $ in mod rate language, wiout; :any irritating comment I Walinotiuli h. :1t this tie of thf proccvdinirs the public as to render an application to me necessary parts of the Uni eJ States:-The nankeen cotton, s.> I He who !os to bed in anger !has: the \iVU!. W

i ) y t. : that in further pursunnce of tus official dittv.he I moved tc lay the whole subj;ct on the table: ; to ascertain my wishes ur detenninauon. called! from its colour; the green seed cotton, prefacing for his bed fellow.! lane
: modes of redress which 'h0law f
I ;, 1. declared of nations the penuittcd derent in ortUr to av"id: ,Insulitio-: which) ntotion was negatived, by* Yeas and Ni\: w :: J i Not having taken :1'nv. pains to ascertain public white cotton, with green seeds; and the black- I A quark roS-* wish: nne hand and kills t\"iiJt the jrool
t I Yea-; 4?, Nays 167. t} i seed cotton The two first kinds grow in toe! middle
nu perhaps icss ac
that'iuJJeet
opinion ,
ti f' expressing, as he ,uht to do, his r wns tor ppfciringone v upon I other. amidgnd'out
The then taken on agreeing to the l with the sentiments of : and upper country and arc cailed short Jt 'pe
of them: thit, in all this til.'ra nothingaddrft question.vas qu; inte< even our own If |
4 : : la a i is
cotloi. the "tis cultivated in the Ir-wer I young011"111 'vcrtiihavjn'rforw, ;/
sed toiKc Frtnch nation: and I likined it to a amendment moved llay Ir. Archera above) nnd State than any of our colleagues. As to my own ; country near !
+. ( proceeding> well known in the French la'.r, (family decided by '.he following: vote: Yeas 71, Nays 143. wishes and determination, I can have no difficulty I I the sea of aul fine on islands whie! near the shore, and produces I ome man thu i is '*'.)rth !\1.:, ing for .t husbanJ :
roton a : silky Jv:
r council, in which the concernand inure. s ar- discussed So Mr. Archer's amendment was negatived.Mr. 1. iu giving you an arswer. I and-of long da appearance very strong I will find her 'itt!.

.... ) but of which! in Qur ease, the del.ies: wcr Adams then modified his first Resoltion so I am not consciciit that at any moment of my Fur denning co'toa: or separating it from the seeds I The antitotnicaf: i ? .';;', ;rMl oa oftlii t..:<> ti .005

I;' necessarily public. fcc. as th read as j follows: life: I have ever wished to be President of the U. I two machines hav. recently been invented ; one ofthcm I certain cu for atheisai. 4 (unI.acl
wuchfr
S th'is inerview of Livingston c:'-
1 l'' 1 tends Afcr: the action; in hi',letter. giving the con-cra'io "Resolved, Tint in the opinion of this House I States I have nevr knowingly! uttered a sentence ,called the sa v gin, by Mr. Whitney, an American -1 A be.iu t-< liket eitvwnoti tree whose! !>&:fcis

i I between the French Minister and himself oc other! the Tre3twilli" France nfthe -1th of July' 1831, tl or done an act, for the purpose of inducing any I and native of Massachusetts. For elean.sinr I. j of morn value than th"! tnnk.A I! [

; he in conclusion'Wc -- I should! maintained, and its execution :insisted person to think of ire I for that distinguished sta- I the black-seed cotton, ihe seeds of which! adhere very that.
I t! topic ays, _. I strongly the s.iw-gin, invented by Mr. Whrney i is I mild tempered woman is the bahain: tint
term, .tJ rone
parted, as I thought, QJ friendly tlWW. I 110!). When the duties and responsibilities of the "
him at th" Austrian Atnbasador's *r" of moved amend the ReSrf..ter I chiefly used. But both these nv.'chmes are of grea heals all human sorrows; but a woman
ta he evening meeting t Jones Georgia to office: are considered in my opinion it is an object I prevent Lend
J I told him, that on reflexion, I Lad determined i SlIU 11'n (Ja *I modified b- I v\!uc as they save the labor of many hands. is a perpciuul blister.
,. the cf the iKh bet tit\ltillg: ; \ r h' :: more to be avoided than desired. I shall certainly Cotton was cult rated for domestic purposes, long I inJ :
waiMhe; arrival of packet
to : never seek it while I luve o little confidence in j; before the uf the revolution from li '
c.t "Resolved That when solemn! war Virginia to
rci..intulativcly a .
i rOle I the note, Iwri ten :; -m : t Two friends
it t conversation gave held with th-i Frey mt.11.( t.A d. ktjivieclijing the rights. ol our citizens, cntereulf," '\' own capacity to discharge the duties of it as Georgia It wa however, the !recn seed or short had not seen each othar for t ida,,

f raVv na l'bj"cf to under the usual formalities and with I now ha v c. T> n : of the MessayeL judge of a nation
subject .
.
ray surprise ted have u rieht tn fill it with citizen they IC4)ttOflCCUc, or ctner hIm! anjof the fine and loa I
m. MM rfsTaight about ten 0 C'D -k, 1 rtccivfd the bil-e: professing to be ircverned by that code which prescribes may prefer, provided he .s eligible any by the Const'itution } .staple: were brought into Georgia and Souih Carolina -I tho other how he did? He ippHed not my he Lilt

I I.\I.1 1 a copy ot which i is enclosed, and which necessarily the obligttioo of such instrmncnts, we ; and) the person who would rcfupc to chiefly from the Bahamas.-[Amer \b.-,. I \eU', nnd was mam mi since they had list me! ,
doss my !fli"S1-fl. In my reply I shall take care to have accept I That i.-i "
riiht the
hrzhe of brcc every to expect same will be observed such an office, if olTered h:; the people of the L" I good ne\\ s iadet>d. -Xiy not so r
responsibility; .ng up the diplomatic in good faith; and that, as this House i if is From the Wheeling Gazette Feb. neither for I '
'4. in'eriotire b -t-ern the countries where it ought to Stale? ought to have a much stronger hold upon ( of 23. 1 good have married a shrew.I .- ihtrVlaj

S rest, and wit not fail to expose the mii..tatfmcntsvhich f officially iiiformedlhe law for exccutin said Treaty public opinion than Ican ever hope to possess. The ice in the liver gave way oh Friday afternoon -.I 'That is bad too/-OT-H so bad neither, foil .

I you will obscrrc arc contained in :hc Minis $ is nov/ under conVidcratiou( in tho French Legislature My most anxious wi h i is that in any us-c you ) last. At 3 o'clock tho cry arose '-Tho have two thousand pounds with her.'-Thatis larticCoL

p,. ter's notes uhas resects my G !"ernInfnt and my- !: it is inexpedient, for. the present, to !legislate may think proper to nake of my name, you ma;: ice is moving The ice i is moving!" and in 15 I i well again.*-')ot so well neither, for I II W.e. .
se'f bu the late hour which I on the suhjt.'ct.1IThc
; : at rcciivcd the Chev.
d lotje sight of every consideration except the \ ublic I minutes the bank and wharves were lined \\ithspectators. I laid it out in heep & all died of tile / [
rot.
Ri!ney' n.':c, and the abn st inm.e.li3. c departure question' upon this amendment wai decided I they
interest hive
y of the packet may prevent ny sei-Hm you a ill the negative i!I to be ued and do not iot ha fret*! any t'1t.1"oI.1' agency! in he caisini it I .-. A splendid srene followed. The I! --That tvs hird: hi truth.'-Not so hard xi i. whi!,
I
copy of my communication hIm, which I shall use Mr. Ro!)?rt30ti then moved to amend the Rej j i iu directing the use 11111 to bedUcimti.med.justified I .I mighty mass as if reluctant to leave its con I iher, for I sold the skins for more thaa the dbra
the utmost"iltligiencc i c'mI .
m preparing. s.i'ution of\r. Adams, by substituting therefor with truth finement. :o. almost imperceptib'y till it had: I sheep cost trK m.lde'on amends.' get
inAy,
The law, it is said, will be presented to-d.iv, and I hr.vrver s.iy: that it'thioe political
4- ; I have very liitl.- doubt that: it will piss. The ministerial tIt llowiug: :! friend: : who: have u>cdit tuns far shall have reason 1 disengaged itself from its pris
I; phalanx reinforced by thos cf the opposition -: "Resolved, That there is satisfactory evidence-! j! to bflieve a 1 firther HM of it will beau injury it in solid phal.tnx, move onard, slowly and ma- I my m)neyn a house and it \vas bura'd/ i ..7D"

(and they are not a fw)who will not take the that the French Government desires that the ap; jproprialiou j stead] of a benefit to thc country, and may choose; jestically, \vithreaistless force, to its own annihilation !I That wa a great lo<-? indeed.'-Xotogretloss
responsibi! of involving the the d-fficul- f for indemnity shall bo made in pursuj i
country to withdraw it will have
I they iu
hearty concurrencc. climes We
my warmer
ties which they now see must cnsm will be suffi-ien: ancf of the stipulations of the Treaty of July.ltli, .I thought of I I neither, fur my wife burned in it !I'

to carry the vote. The recall of Scrruricr, and the 1"3and: reason to hope that the Chamber n f I am, most respectfully: the impotency of man and the art of mal to '. _. -- Lire

r notice to met measures' which are r. sorted to to I It' Dep'iticsil1 adopt that measure and fiiithfully! j Your ub'dt. sefvant.HUGH., stay the progress this element. Not ail the Jre r mme
save the pride oi. the Government nnd the I NIZON HOTEL
nai.on. discharge the obligations ol France to the United engines in the world, nor all!! the skill of all the t t!
Mr. Livingsorvs; letter: tf> Mr. Forsyth c.nabsi i I L. WHITE.
full explanation of the motives of his conduct which] : States"The ages which have existed since the flood, could 1 i.s rus iowNOFauixcy. runrpr..d

it will be perceived from the insiruc'iuns! annexed. i question upon" thij amendment also decided Front tte Jacksonville Courier. have opposed a barrier that would have impeded I ,&adk The subscriber respectfully Iini L

Lave met the entire approbation of the Pre iJeDt. iu the 71c atirt'. the of the !
progress floating mews an instant I:I:tarn inionns the that he has ariinoi*> I n.;
HORRID I
.j The 'I MASSACRE.! public
It will be seen from the brief notes which passed qncstuM was then taken on agreeing to the
turned it from its onward 1JJ SB in t!* finn.
: 'i frtweaMr.. Fors} th and Mr. Serrurier before the first icolution! of Mr Adani?, modified as above, I'f About 11 u'du"l: the night of Wednesday the or cour c. I ed a House PuMic! Entcrfainnient Itbvthis

4 14u,, s4le. arture for France, that he re urns !! and de-ided by Yeas and Nays. Vcas 210: NaysNone. 19th init., the roid'iits in the house oc-upied by. No damage has been sustained that we I Town ot Uuiney rceei and hopes lvl1is usual attendonBbusiness I

,f. 1qJ umor Although this is to be re- So it wasRes3Ted I r Mrs. Jane Ca -\ (situated on the G -o. side of the have heard ot: After the ice'had commenced I to e a liberal lure of public M.patrol-Harris I
Mr. Jas.
( t.. t e fault is not on our side, we trust it river St. \1 a.\';, about Jj miles above the of several a e. Having lately purchase froM
Thu town moving crossed I
in it
Unanimously, the opinion of persons on to the that Urge and romm-xlious H-iu-c torraorly! ocfpiud >
trill be tDsrith fortitude. tin's House, the Treaty with France of the Fourth I I St. Mary's, on t.e! road to Centreville.) were attack- island and returned. A IItte!. IM I
him
: I waggon and team I by and known as the duincy TI.
I. Atr stOD. inhisIasdepachofthe; lCh Jan.xxotifies e l by Thom K 'I:? 3d, and thre of hi* sons, John, &
Becretary of.State ot the introduction of ;! of July 1831, should be maintained audits cxecti '4 Hiram and George, and two other m-n, Simeon and j jWiiliam were crossing Martin's ferry, a mile above I haviuictakrii his fornur =ti11l1t the orcrfJ r

the lav* for effecting the payment of the 25,000,000. lion insisted upon. Rouse T.iey were armed with dirks. the town when the ice The I fcrsuii ftul A'lims' strc's, h-% '>II! be prep.tredVECOn1LIdate eJo
gave way. men ) ,
That it will do'nit. The annunciation of this from I { travellers a.. i t pass, we entertain. scarcely a I vote the Chair Nancy Casey, a tl.itthter oi the woman aged about we are told, all sprung to the ice, and made with f.rivatc in D'J
was received witn a loud and burst J5 and Jarties Scott rooms.his Of
aged about -1
spontaneous were killed i-n Ja"vLOtflTI
EDWARD LJVJNCBTO.N, Esa.farcy of which broke I I' the The mother for the shore, leaving the boat waggon and Stablts! are Ian?. ,inJ will LVJ attended by firs. ;
applause at once from the galleries j pot. wastabbed twice, and James I
I Extraordinary and Minister Pltnipitentiary. and was re-echoed from the floor, making ;!I D iMwin Casey and Garre Djmot each more or less team to their fate. They floated down with [ rate Ostlers. i a:;. as fjnr.criy, will J.I>c l1.kept NIXON fifed! Jaspovcnuer. :

DEPARTMENT or STATE ) the walls and dome.of the chamber to rewound j t and two ol"them are not expected to survive.John the ico about a mile when providentially liear-I I l
I Washington *!1st. Feb. Quincj. Florida March 13, 1?3,. l32-3ni _
1835. j I King Simeon Ruus- and William Rouse I
I with while mutual % the
skore thc
joy, ing rescued
congratuiaiuMS in were from
passed
: : Sir--Yoir de!patches to No 73 have been receivedat II have been arrested by the praiseworthy exertions of ) destruc SALE- :
: the Department. No. 73 by yesterday's mail. Nos. all directions.Mr. Mr. James F. Ryon Deputy Sheriff of Camden tion. I ISo GADSDEN CO. LANDS FOR jeet&

I -0; .1, 72, were delayed until moaning, by the mismanagement Adam then withdjaw his other two Resolutions county, and are safely contined in irons in Jefferson rapid was the thaw on Saturday, that by THE subsc/iber is authoriseJ! toset the! 'fb

of the man to whose (as above inserted.) The father t of Land, tiz:- !lishemth
f j young care they jail.- (Thomas Kng,) and two sons I sundown on that Jay the river clear I following tincts atfd
,ere committed by the captain of the packet Sully, The question was then taken on the 3d Reso crossed the St. Johns' six or eight miles above hereon was of ice. The East half of the S. \V.Seet i

New York. lution. reported by the Committee on Foreign Relations I Saturday morning. Their ages are 55, '22, and Steam boats will probably commence runningI >. E. quarter of Sction 27, 1wflsh:

In the very unexpected and unpleasant position in (jhe first having been merged in Mr. Ad- 21 years. I to-day. North ru.-e 3 \V C ,I.containing: AI
which jrbu have been placed, I am directed the The S. \V. -. th i; E.qr.ofS "
by ams', just agreed to) which id Resolution is as The circumstances which induced this horrid massacre qr.ofSec : "II]
President, that he approves of your conduct as well follows: are stated to us to be as follows Effects of Intemperate JJ'rJisg.-The public 1 I t 23. the East half or the X. E. qr ofeC'tIN. -" Unittlions
becoming the representative of'a Government peace ,\p. ofSeeon 'l atl-
dow to manifest res ntinvnt, and only to fulfil ever "Resolved, That the Committee on Foreign A week or two since a son of Mrs. Caspy eloped violated; a clergyman chastised in the public street*; ': T.llbh3s quarter\bn'h 21. 3-1.3 cOflt3ifliflV BONLL (

the obligations! of justice and good eager faith but at the I Affairs be discharged from the further consideration I with, and married a daughter of King. From that ten individuals arrested upon judicial process"; the TouVh. .
of much time (he father and sons- swore to take their lives. whole town in an uproar tor days and weeks divisions
same time 10 inform 'Ou that he should have felt I 8ft ot the President's Message as relates .
no
iOTICE.'d
I Th. residence of ihe couple was the jealousies, disputes the effects iirtBe
at house
Casey oi which willperhaps
and certainly would have felt to commercial restrictions to ;
surprise no displeasure or reprisals on undersigned having Tn
I but for some reason or perhaps fear, neither of them be visible for years to come, in the coolnessof THE to l"
had yielded to the impulse of the of c"rancc.tnd 63emissioncr
Court for
you national commerce the county ( lYing
home the of the former the JoCir
i were at on night attack. The sceneas friends averted faces of old C
y pride and at once quitted France with the whole Legation \ the Resolution acquaintances i to make a contract for buiUjn; a iluns
was agreed to by a scribed to us by a gentleman! who entered the and the want of hearty co-operation in jfl- :
: the of the Count dc unmi.1 any
on receipt Rigney's note I house hour the of I HOUSE in said county:-Hereby girt lIotU\lUk OIIt .
after affair plan ,
moustyote.ThetJd ail or two was horrid in- public good among those who have heretofore mene.a
of the 13th Mr. Serrurier had
J January. received his Resolution I Ion moved shouder! Saturday the 4th day of April next, .. rf
reported by the Committee on to shoulder. Add to these tio1.
t we wduir.ccy
considerations
orders and has terminated his Ministerial deed.To in
i 4 career by Foreign" Relations is in the show the depravity of this family of King's the retrograde to the lowest bidder at public t.rrJ,
the transmission of a note, a of which, and of following word.s. we impetus given to the_course the for building the same.The ,
copy contract
1 oannot refrain from stating the fact that make of the .d. j.
: all had with him is herewith "Resolved, That contingent preparation ought our temperance opportunity afforded to ruffians fe
correspondence en IJ.uise i i. be fortyfileand
blood chill) that the mother of the who of sheher to forty by
grade to themselves .
be girl, doped every under the cloak
made
1 closed. Mr. Fcgeot has been to to meet out of
presented to me, as any emergency growing two stories high. It
p: WI charged with the a.ffi of Franc the recall l of our relations with Fra'nce.; with young Casey visited the house ou the next day of public indignation and screened in a manner by fi'i t1e lIot.'t
the
f the Minis'er. after the murders were committed, and, while the the anger and grief of judicious, at the proceed Any person desiring can see plan ct {
't
This resolution was ordered to lie oil the table. victims of their vengeance were before her ins of one to vility and abuse all the by application to either of the subscribers.
The of the eyes, good object of icqted
note Count de
Riguey having, no doubt And so the proceedings ended.It j aid she 'should be satisfied, if she could but wash the day, and no small proportion of the worthy individuals JAMES GIBSON, \C
to intention >
according received
1' your. from you an ap her hands in her daughter's heart blood." who sustain and them on-and WM-B. McCALL.M.M.CASWELI iltii(1

the propriate count repyit is cntirel) I: 'uustakcn:ity necessary in for me to say that is n source of great satisfaction that, in Monday, 3 o'clock, P. M- Since we wrote the have: the deplorable result of carry an intemperance which you ))

; f explanations have been given here supposing by Mr. Serrurier that any, regard to tho only question concerning our above, a small boat with the rather an and uncommon lot of does not spring from alcohol.-[Salatn Gazette. auincey March 14th 1S35. [13j.beJoneio tJ andl

J of the causes that have led to the discharge or post Foreign Relations, which wag presented to passeugers the spot we approached had the satisfaction wharf of finding on the going father to THE Taxes on al lands in _r J 11 C. filer
1'ponemr t of the engagements entered into by France in the Stage-coach Travelling. is difficult to determine Jf 31. A. Anr.zstead, the estateAnnistcad QI ''.11 out ]
Congress Annual Message of the Pre and two sons charged with the above murder safeguarded the exact period at which be paid at a
lifter the rejection of the a stage-coach first and Fabian \rm tead, .IU
the last
appropriation by appear ,
sident of'thc United States by High Sheriff Philips, of Dural ed the road but of StIhtttt
tho it
II Chamberof Deputies and oi which he was the or. at Commencement county.It upon seems to be pretty well ascertamed times by Gen. R. K.
that had left their three Call..l.IUIISTEI
I No written of the session of seems they horses at Dr. that in 166-2 there were bntsix. !
gan. communication whatever has been Congress, which has Aldriche's and had the and one of March 2Jit. ;
plantation passed river in a the wise of those
4 made on the subject, and none verbally made of sufficient just dosed, both Houses of have men days, John Crossel, of the 3UbO tIter
, be Congress canoe. They had spent the intermediate time in the Charter House tried to write them down. months after d.1U'Ie shall) test
importance to recorded It SIX .
silence with re- been unanimous. Both have vicinity and came back to recross and was and Vouches Executors r fth
expressed the bring over supposed he had the c as
of
I to which could have the
pard not been countenance
justly the foundation country gentlemen COU1
: of any inference that the President satic-- opinion that the execution of the treaty of 1831 their horses. They were recognized by a young who were afraid if their wives could be easi John Lester deceased to the Hon. the Ittini
I was adiCJAS.
man in the family of the Sheriff and : of Leon
ied that the course of the.French ad ministration vas ought to be insisted upon, and both came to secured without resistance. They will immediately be forward settle hand so cheaply well afterwards conveyed to to London their they might not for the County ard.3.a LESTER, } rtfl'd.-, t1terllit&te
, either reoncileablc the domestic dudes
to assurances given"him, or the unanimous determination that it not ed with a guard-to Camden at LESTER.
J was county, Georgia and the Hall or the Grange.-But to back 90 WM.
necessary secure a majority of the Chamber go ony
4.J it Deputies. of expedient to carry into effect the recommendation there await there trial. years. In 1742 the Oxford stage-coach left London ifareh 81st 1835. 3J-6fflS tl

;:. The note of Mr. Serrurier will be the subject of of the President's Message in relationto Wifliam found Rouse is a son-in-law of KingThe at 7 o'clock in the morning, and reached Uxbrid- at Union Bank of Florida. onrt
the father and
: : instructions which weapons upon sons were a small mid-day. It arrived at High Wycomb- at 5 in the StDC..rPARTIES
will be Such
separate immediately prepared that subject. was tb direct declaration brass
pocket pistol loaded within Capit' ishttecuz
of
and forwarded to a quarter an evening where it rested for the night and who subscribed to the
i proceeded
I you. the Senate and such the inch of the end with and three four laSt,$Z
'a In the present posture of our relations with France of effect of the power or balls at the same rate, for the seat of learning, on the mor on the *2d January

4" the President directs that if the appropriation to execute unanimous vote of the House of Representa. besides being each supplied with a good sized knifeIt row. Here then were ten hours consumed each day by requested to come forward and co. pletl lit rJ tttfrt

the treaty shall be, or has been rejected by the lives, after passing its declaratory resolution, sons was occused a melancholy of mnrder-sight-a and that father with and the original his two in travelling what 27 is miles, and nearly two days in performing Bonds and Mortgages on"or before tie shier'Jth*

French forthwith the now done with the greatest case under April next. Bj application the.fAbJAak 'Ia
France legislature with aif the you legation and quit territory the "to discharge the Committee Foreign Rela- design taking the blood ofa danghter and sister. six hours. Well born coachmen prevail on the Bank, the parties will be furnished .. thdI
return to
tious from the further consideration of The same cause which leads to the commission of TO*". A wiWbe aided
United States by the. ship of war which shall be in that re-. the gentleman connected with the first families and and cJs. ,
readiness at Havre to briftg jrou back to TOUT own commendations. decd-L'tTCn'most aggravated crimes occasioned this monstrous in Wales and whose father long represented his (brexacuSnr JCHN O. GA '

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I to the Terr tory, ond to certain expectants 0 the prosperity of the Territory. Mi ,. 2
1iiiDgTIJRDAY. I\.N oftice. Thee, like most of the other of opportunity were kIt very sensibly both here-and Tmxillo, lew Goods. '
: ihid
: accn*a. effecting object has been lost by negfiscence and in tho of the f1'i. Ii
report irruptions a long to
tions against me are no hint from way subscriber has lately received ( Net !
;
: conlradictory, and destroy any quarter, however hiimbleTor however the northward of Belize The ashes fell here for THE rom. '.
each other. inimical follows, a m-U assortment of DRY
It will hardly be immaaia.ed has been disregarded.
1LUaAmAg Bi that the Executive dicriminationofpersons Without about 20 hours like snow, and it was so dark as GOODS, consisting of articles usually called for at' \
pleasure, even ndniit. parties considering mv to require candles at 12 o'clock, A. M. One vol. this season:-Together with a general assortment of
MARCH 28. ting it to have been ascertained, aud suppo- self the Delegate of the whole Territory, pitying canoe burst about 40 miles back Truxillo. SHOES of all kinds. ..
it.to be the blindness of iocal interests, which wasted in The Mens fine Calfskin BOOTS
. sing a rule conduct for freemen__ political state of the country has improvedVery ,
"""arTi to imagine on what data the estimate both of which I has mutual hostility and recrimination, the efforts that much; all the states now having joined the federation do. do. do. SHOES, -
'* People"! is founded. We do not be- deny- proceeded from wisely directed, would have effected the objects of and from the extreme productiveness of the do. do. HAT &C. ,
I k"oae f the be three hundred votes difference be- I mere favoritism or caprice. If I have nc all, and contemning the folly or malice of faction, soil, if things continue permanently this conditionthe With many other articles which are offered law fofcash

*tbert will lowest candidate in the Mid- I opinions, or none that I avow, they cannot which sometimes, through secret intrigues and irresponsible country must resume its former vigor. The government at my Store in Monroe Street, next door to K"
r fe hirtKSt and have rendered me obnoxious to the President. influence, succeeded in have laid an additional duty of seven percent Sturges WM. H. FRANCIS A sent for .-
"
in that Col.ttIote thwarting
hazzarJ little saying great .
., and we on all imports and contemplate putting ADNA ROWE. '
of twenty
If
; opinions have lost measures public utility.test I should credit
; wiii equal that of all his opponents to- my me any portion of for their eet per cent additional 1 on all goods brought from BehzewhIch Tallahassee, March 28. 33-4w.

: Md .tst. We have always es- Executive favor, then I must have avowed success-disregarding all these, I say, my if carried into effect will ruin that plate and liZ? The subscriber also carries on the manufactory '

") Ifhis fc-51 m the Tcrritory at five hundred opinions.! It is easy however, to set this mat- course has been directed only by the public be the making of this of TIN WARE in all its various branches, !.
weal.
, i! majority nothing to changed ter right by a very plain explanation. When : Perhaps it is not too much to add, that the Accounts from the interior state the indigo crop to persons wishing to purchase the above article either
rds, anJ can now see General public improvements ofvarious kinds which I have be very large, and sales have been made in Belize ofprime at wholesale or retail are requested to call and ex ,
on. Jackson was ffrst a candidate for the had the honor to suggest, and carry throu h have quality at 5 ind 6 rials. Very little, however,, amine for themselves. W. H. F. Ag't.for A. R. -
.
1c: I presidency, my wishes for his success were enchanced the value of everv mans' property or doing at present in any kind of produce, either hereor I -4, .

aSStl'teJ, and rciteiatcd in every corner of open and notorious. During Mr. Adams's increased the comforts of every man's hom'e in at Tmxillo, owing principally to the continuanceof i New Books. ,

Ttfritarv,that Col. White was pledged\ to with administration! notwithstanding avowal, ,I r londa. Much indeed remains to be) done, and the rainy sason- I I II JUST received, TheCava1iersoViriniaFriz4 .

\ t. the service ufthe people! at the expiraKLnresent the official intercourse of the President and much may be speedily effected with the experience Judge White-The Prti.lt14ry.-Tbe present atti- West Allen Pumpkin rcscott., The Coquet Letters A Winter Excenlric in tMfe 't -;
obtained and the Sharp's ,
and that 1na5rai1 consent- heads department with confidence extended to me bv tilde of Judge White, of Tennessee, rather v
term, me was such as be- those in both Houses of appears Characters, anda variety Miscellaneous and School
he Ins acted with injusticethers came a gentleman of Congress with whom 'l calculated to produce an impression division in the Books.LSO
character The
itfi a candidate: high have long been acquainted. Time, however, is Democratic ranks of a serious character. But this The Religious Souvenir for 1835. The Token and 1 t
who wjinl the office. It hanever been right of private opinion s respected or its requisite for every thing; and whoever persuadesyou danger will vanish when the National Convention '! Souvenir for 1835. WM. WILSON.:

that Col-White has on various occasionsjedawish exercise forgotten. I was considered only as thatlhrough the slow process of federal le ns- meet, that body will dissipate it jn a few minutes by I March28th 33-tf '11 ,
k1ied constderhim tOoarcpub1iC.an the of Florida latiOfl, aU wishes can be the nvmnatioh of Andrew Jacksinfir a third term; a -- .- '- {; ;
decline; but we representative speaking their your granted at once, de 'It 1 .
m-asurc every way calculated to avert the defeat of Marshal's Sale.
ceives himself .
admit that he considers pub sentiments, making down their wants, and ac- you or the the -
Democratic and
than
to party by whigs more '
be handed over to AB.. and C. who countable for the measures and the persons I am with Your high considerations of respect, justifiable by every principle: involved; in the contestot IN office virtue of of the a writ Superior of fieri Court facias'forLeon fiomtoe Cleflj : I
can most obedient County,
r<(tffes recommended as deserving of public i t'rvant, the party, who are fighting for pep to stand in the line of 'l CCCSSlon.I2ppe -, 'patronage JOS. M. WHITE.FOR Govtrnmtnt.Democratic I: shall at public auction for cash, two
n Herald.
'."""I benefit, and u is and confidence. i Lots with the improvement's thereon situate in the !J e.: .
,created! for ihe public I '- -- --. -- of Tallahassee, and designated in KC
--- --- City plan
fitJlp1 t tt i fill them with i men. capable of How far I erred, let the fidelity efthe agents i TilE FL RIDtAN. THE BROKEN BRACELET thereofas lob No. 111 and 115,pointed out and levied 1

imprests, ; and we )hold, that when} appoiuteed at my instance, contrasted with : As the issue of the approaching flection for Dele pr N. p. WILLIS. on as the property of David Thomas, and *vil* be '

Potin" their office, }he is bound tollSnTtatl those who liavc subsequently been imposed gate to Congress, no longer admits of doubt as to the 'Twas broken in 'he gliding dance, sold to discharge nn execution in favor of R. W, J
,8
accepted
h once the bear witness. In When thou wast in thy dream of ; Williams, vs. Alston, &Co.The sale will be made on .
upon government the result between
being Mr
I rower
Public service as long\9 J"s t Cn"Tuifnts Wyatt and Col. White I When shape and motion, tone and the first Saturday in April next, before the. door of
In tillS instance the friends! ensuing Presidential contest it did not become have thought proper, from the best informatinn received Were glorious all-the woman's hou:'. the Court House between legal hours .'

may require. Mecl 1 him again me, as a delegate to take part. Calumnies from all parts of the Territory, to make an estimate The light lay soft upon thy brow, T. E. RANDOLPH, Marshal. .*

D XA White are determined to imputing to me an interference, were promptlymet I of the probable result between those gentlemen, The music melted in thine ear. Tallahassee! March.28.t3tf :j

:nd.an co..mplr Ui.
1.1 fI;'his of no one.) Ifa majority pen It is true that unceasing efforts to bring me give to the one or the other: Marvelling not that link of gold "j TOT knowing the place of residence of Messrs.t ; _

tL.' ,? thc office can be filled in a better man- into discredit with the Government were U'TATT. WHITE.Escambia A pulse like thine had not con'roll'd. A. Case & Barber," we give notice herewith ,

t/ir another individual, in the name of all par- . . . 00. . . ISO that we m've: received 24 boxes of Merchandise oa' I :
. them quietly I i 1,out .it and tially successful with two of the late Secretaries ''w'\lton. . . . .00. . . . .oo 'Th midnight now. The dane is done, their account per brig Aldeberonto from Charleston. j
wti t'l5011t.let! ir> who, since their retirement from oflie, Franklin. . . . .00. . . . 00 And thou in thy soft dreams: asleep; I C.F.DLJERR&Co.

! .m llao. Neither Col. White! nor his friendsr"CJTXa.n hjrdly: claim to he considered the President's Washington . . .00. . . . .00 And I, a\vake, am gazing on [ Marks; March 20. 1835 (33tf1]

: I : : iimill) they U f.mnd in the minori fr rnds.\ With the State I had Jackson .. . . . .00 . . . .goGadsden The fragment gnen m* o keep. :
which do not :nti.em Department . . . .00. . . . .00 I think of every slowing vein tLL persons interested, are hereby notified tlia J
;-3n tnnt by lt-! by, they tilde necessity for personal intcrconse, and Leon. . . . . 200 . . . 00 That fan beneath these links of gold1, i .1 subscriber has filed a petition in the Clerk's

:!. the late Secretary of War treated rue with uniform Jefferson . . t. 100 . . . .00Vadison And wond if a thrill of pain I Offi ,} of the County Court of Gadsden county, for a I i""j

kindness and politeness. So fir, then, . . . .80 . . . .00 Made thovc bright ch'-nnels ever cold! division of the eState of Sherrod McCall, dtc'd., la p -' ;
fibvtha.i. !Ih) iMiihern mail since Saturday Hamilton . . . 120 . .'. 00 With gifts like thine, I -annul think : of s.iiJ county ; unl will at the ncxi July Term of f
of barren of news as the behaviour of the most intimate personal Columbia . a . 150. . . . .00Alachua Grief ever chill'd this broken link. I; .ai.1 l Court, in-ivo fut the appointment of Commissionrrs
1;. nd: ur: c lmnn! < are course friends of the President goes, I have had . . . 00 . . . .00HilUborougli lo divMe and apportion said estate agreeably ID

Tie: ett:! ofiiiefiiliireis! i not known, but is pre- no reason to complain. It is also true that . . .00. . . .00iS'assau Good nisht! 'Tis little now to thee the rl.iiiii- ... ilift respcetive petitioners :J.1Ilr !

H.l tu be h.'rli water: It occurred north of under influence of councils 1 . . . 00. . . . .50 That in mv ear thy words 'vere spo'cea: ," /.'. ,W Ca'l, } R. H. M. DAVIDSON,
:: The western mail continues* tu emenating, St. John's . . . .00. . . . 150 And thou wilt think of them' and meAt Pent oner. ) A tt'y for Petitioner. 4 a.
;Li ': : cle. believe, frocrlbo Territory, many uptight and Monroe. . . . .00. . . . .40 )long as of the bracelet broken. ( _'liIWY, \"ar'h 21, 1835. (31..1,1\) J

rr.v. rLgI3t'; I worthy mejlM were removed from office, in Duval . . . . .00. . . . 100 For thus is riven many a chain NOTICE.1IX -., .t
That thou hast fastened but to break,
whose places vagabonds were appointed, to after d\tc ihe subscribers
ivcf-ks
apply tn
} .
M iiUllc FI'rld.t: And thus thou'lt sink to sleep again
\\\'cmcr itulft'e! the pi 01'1"f uponII" 650 570 of the Court for the of ;
Ihe.grcat injury us it has since proved, of the Judgr County county
As careless that ano'her wake
UivcioJ It is believed that this estimate ; -
Jirt.'cttratlc to cannot mtKh '
its cnty,1'V i
vary of Administration the 1
Letters
for
pro-j il--ten. on estate
\can U
iVrH
ry and the It is true that I The only thought thy heart can rend
The "cr-d! csuMiNln! highly rc.sivctabc! treasury. in the g.merall'csult, except in favour of Mr. Wyatt ; N-icz* the fellow /'/' clarg' mtnd! ofC"pt.J: hn Hills, ceased. M. BLUE JQuill'
i'ezinstrated warmly but respectfully against his friends claim handsome Marci'23! 1335. [(33-6\VI JAS. LAMER J I"
.Id,falihyl! ."uic of T. \V. S-niih i',' Co., London a majority in Gadsden, y :
'JLj\'eqlOll, liic ilrfpaJcltfd: ; to this section of the5iiIt:1I those removals and appointments, venturing and a much. larger one than is put down in Leon and HYMEN AL. NOTICE.:1:

; : : : country, an fii'cnt v'uh .nVvuidant m--ons to lo predict the consequcnco.s, and incurring the Jefferson ; it is also stated that he wiD get an even Married on thc 25th ins?. by then v. Mr. Du- IX: weeks after dale, 'application will be made to J!

"Ullce upon, Cotton and prornr 'sliljujw-nts In their di.-plcasure of men in office, because power vote in Dual, and a majority in Alahua. If this bois Cant. HENRY BOND, to Miss JANE L. S the Hon the County Court of Gadsden county -

ijuic and through thjs means nnd rh'c enterprise of always loves to consider itself infallible. Butit should be the result, we will for (nee see merit,correct LLOYD, alf of this city.In for Letters of Administration on the estate Captain .

J.- fu; of! oar merc'aanls. the I lui? Surjuch.uina'if I is true, also, that justice has since been doneto principles, and independence, triumph over speculation J'ffiTSon county, on the 10th in!t. bv the Rev. John Hills, late of said JONATHAN county, deceased.ROHINSO.N.GaelSlen t

ken taken und will be ln.id-d and dos- my motives; and it is now known that the in Spanish grants," office, and ptblic mtnty 'Capri! Raiford, Mr. RICHARD BURNEY, of Leon .
up 1* G in under the influence of which Florida has county. to .lissXCY JANE BROOKS, of the _ _county_ March_ _18_, 1835._ _(32-6w_ _)_ i
Tuitd ftr Livcijxiul next WI"V) C unutistirtW.asa'nall vernment, more ways and in more instances i certainly former nlar. GROCERIES. L

: r-tjij/JiHCfit': : to the owurisi sr pirtie.' I than one, have been imposed upon. It i been since its organization. Mr. Wyatt is purely one --- subscriber Ins just received per Lady Wnsb- ;

rjicmud ill tlu-; Ivuuuic; a fr**J passive h;,s been is equally true that 1 fruitlessly attempted to of the peop'e, both in spirit and action ; ind although IflARINL'LLST. THE tm from New Orleans, and Somerset from 1

acrid: 10 the IJn g by the (1m irs of the Cu;toms procure the renomination Judges who had there is an effort to cry him down,because he has risen Charleston, the following GOODS which he will dispose !II:

by the dint of his own industry, ngains: the whole of low for cash, or approved paper: i
jiJ u.e P.Lns: of tln ]lurf..c h.u'! lliir ns an fnirrnjticilgccf obtained the confidence of the people of Florida very ,
sumcimpuiUnce to this -ction of FloTd and that I successfully resisted the confirmation I machinery of office and speculation. It is to be hoped PORT OF ST. MARKS. 10,000 Ibs." H.ims Bacon, (Middlings) 1 t

became, fr.uii llio runversations we have had of others, whom I did not believe to : that the stern integrity of the people will produce this ARRIVED, 5,000 20 libis. Pork,, 1

:ith tcacti, \vc are iiichii.il. to the opinion, that alt possess the requisite qualif alions. But that result in .May_,nx ONE or THE PEOPLE. Brig Susquchanna, Wilson, from New York, to R 30 Whiskey, 'i' I
-
l,'Lcar;id'i l usr(! hy thr jilautt-rs, such as iron Lyon. 30 Rum, :
I 'factious from New "
was nut operated by Swaim, .
upon any oppo- 20h, sehr. Lady Washington 20 Mess Beef J
The N. York Gazette that tbo U. S. -
tt.! JJI;_tn:. r1oth, Ijlunktt?, &. will be fur"da states -
begs d
sit on in so doing, id sufficiently qtmous by Orleans, with mdz lo sun nes. / 10 hhds. Sugar. ?
miidi lower prices than Kcrctofo.v. Ano. ready and of the frigate ('on lttulion is under orders for the CLEARED, &OkegsLard. ;:.
acquiescence support
:?!(.'bn has ben ,nlrrctl to this! port about the 1 12lh my fine Mediterranean, to relieve the Delaware 74, 24th, schr. Delta, Flitner, for New York, with 291 O ubI!:. No. and 0 Mackerel, f"

Ma)'.mui.idi. tier.-lit ij_ a good assortment of tl.csoI'fl1 !I non.ination of the present Judges, men ot Com. Patterson. She will stop at Havre. If bales cotton and 53 rolU leather. I 5 casks Rice, *-.
,!. talents and high character, and certainly not the American Treaty shall have paassed the 26th,brig Atlantic Curtis, for New York, with 3C3 25 bags Coffee ; : .
indebted for their appointments to any sinister bales cotton. And on Consignment, it
Vt nay add, tliat tliisniTanjfincnt vasefT.Ttcd by : local influence. French Chambers the frigate will ('oceed-if 27th, brig Somerset, Lewis, for Charleston, S. C. M Salt. 4 casks London Brown Stout,

'iii, 'Hle, \\tiic: in Liverpool las year. 5' that i Inn respect to recent agitating events, a fuer!! rejected she will return with Mr. Livingstonon \vithi :355 hales cotton. S r 0Oand 4 .ca.sksl\1aJciri1 Wine from London -. \''

"Jcfoincvrrn; .Ji! political expected me,
Jrodlln: ::11I't"!) ).. n%, thnt. : while! absent, he \vascnijtcwfar. r JVe are authorise to announce Ma.rit.-R 3-lw .
nothing to conceal, and my cntimens shall be, exprssed -
:.'c.. 't.c: int'-rrstsof l.ii conlitucnls.n 1 I ftcely and without dogmatism, as becomes Movement of U. S. Troops.The schooner GEO. E. DENNIS. Esq. as a candidate tu represent --AiJUT\ GENERAL'S OFFICE, i .

1I I 1011( who docsmit make the infallibility of his own Virginian, Capt. Bedell, arrived at luis port yesterday Leon County ftj in the next Legislative:3'J-tf C u.lil.March Tallahassee, March 14, l ? t>. }

I oppiui'nsmatter implicit faith. The doctrines in four days from fortress( Monroe, \vith a It i U r'ic lInt} of the Adjutant General to report to
:. ': H't.. !n" Mot.tlc 'rrrc.r.if .1Jrer.icr. of[ ;the President's proclamation c>tuld scarcely be detachment of artillery, under the command of malll l rn ,atQIRs th'j U'.u i>.1'( utiut-nt, the number of eJective 'Militi j
XI.' Oan-ASi, .Mj.4-f ?1, 183;. ; : the end that the of
with from who Lieut. Col. Fanninir. They are, we learn, ou \ FReSH WATER vvul.i.i iJii-s! Trniiory, to quota .
to
meet
expected concurrence one
1 ,'d'J('', P. .M. VHH- antv.rized to said Territory, be furnished, ,
Fort Florida. There the ; may ?
their to King, in arc leave to inform
II."S. TI.e slji', Tnnalioi his Jtrivc'l. from was educated in Virginia. The attempt to em- way bejjs effective 11
; j..st i board anJ vhii! r.i.-iti .1 IiI d.ffle until the strength of the
r .'* ?" '., orv.riir: Jattis to lOJi F4't.Jr&LL-y. There ploy military force against a State, involving, asI I two companies on the Virgin'anGllmpt.ny Ladies Tallahassee she i is I iu.Lti.iiiiulo: kjio'An. It is ordered and directed .; .

.: .. 'iursy. : ( nni her, biU d\f C.\'lain!! inf;'imsu ;t would, civil war, :inu language held by many C of the 1st Kegiment, commanded by Lieut. vicinity to, fulfil that all orders prepared InIhe IlII'I'I''f'! -, that the Colonels throughout the Territory, J

!t. *'Cby r-stilmi-ij>" had been rcc/'i\" in of the advocateof mea ine, struck me with Fancy, and Company F'ot the 3d Regiment, above line and that I ast !y .is j.rucile, make out and forward a roster !

,;.4rP. :aiid! i u was c.i.iicisI'' h 'li"-vcd tht'wtlu1d horror; ".'tvhiatcveritiniglit be to others, to me it commanded by Capt. Sellon. Theother officersare t she will inle; ;and alter to r.ll i..ii.r: Ui.ncrii) CaP, of Tallahassee by him to be !i

tldll't the passage of the iudtinnily bill" by th.- I I was a subject of sincere and heartfelt rejoicing, Lieuts. French, Capron, Morris, and Assistant BOw''NE7''S agrccal to I l-c oj.nifnu-il an! stI,mitted to the Adjutant General I.
.ala'ps. Archer. Two other of iiforination to theTerritory :
Surgeon companies thiL l thi n.r'irv ; so important
forward
that of conciliation was brought their
II .;* in'onns me the Cotton tn:1rkf"t"a, "'cn"I I I I and) atl a measure ptcJ. Will those who have found fault this detachment arc hourly expected in the brig She request.would also rcsncc- of l'll.m.t.may be sent the War Depart .
X that prices h.iJ r.ntirovLd trifle, aid the sales offitKjireudiii Union.-Georgian MM ins!. invite their' at- mint.Bv : a. a.-
: l' with my reserve be equally frank and candid? Do pcctfully the Governor and Comm-imler-in-Cniief. '
; .crylar ( .. i ;r.iri
; ntion the benefits be derived from the -
the proclamation and the enforcing actrecevie the t;' lo to proccs.if J I THO'3. BROWN.
REVOLUTION MEXICO. BLEACUISG, to Leghorn, Dun table, and c ,\'uon I j
From the Charleston .Nercnru. unqualified' approbation oftlie gentleman: who Opposes understands, ("I-,i\. ] Adjutant Gen. Florida Militia -
straws branch which she perfectly
" FROM HAVRED1RKCT.flt.hipBareas ; me? and will he openly avow, and manfully Report of+'. P. Brittingyam.-Brig Ophir, of .uulto which, a she will devote strict attention.id I iCr'The- Jacksonville Courier, Pensacola Gazette, 1
defend. the policy chastising: by force of arms, New York, direct to New Orleans, from Vera will insert the I
Capt. Babbridge arrl'edt :/*' Her residence is on lonr)c-stl"cc.\J nearly opposite and Apaliehicola Advertiser, please I Ial .
:yiwtlan ni!hi from HtWt''hlicc she sail- tnc gjll.int and generous State of South Carolina I Cruz, which sailed on Sunday, March 8th, after Mrs. Daniels. } >\-- four; ,weeks.. ,.,_ .
"na the 26th of January. Hv her we are put I for her resistance to the tariff If be will, we put I being detained 12 days by the Mexican: Government March 2Sth, 1835. [33-3wJ] ----- -- -- Andrew' -- --Jackson.- -. -- '

C"IS."I'SSI"llOf! the Journal Ju Havre to the 27th i ourselves upon itsbsue. hue will not, his support in consequence of the battle ol St. Juan de ) a.

.January inclusive."e : of the President's measures is, like my opposition, UlIobeing in the possession of, a part of the NOTICE. This noted and full.bloodedhorseGen.ANDREW.

are indebted tt) Mercantile friends for I \purely\ theoretical, In the political! contests of the same ; they having revolted against the Government BOOKS for subscription to the Stock of theUuion '
the town at intervals. Only Company in the Territory of lurida JACKSON, will stand the en .
Cuuirnercial intLllgencc to the 26th. which wilt be 1 Territory heretofore, I have been charged with and wing on '. I
will be opened to-morrow at 10 o'clock at the office ShUt) season at Tallahassee
It orders issued stoppingall ;
before were
Udbdow. Jackson Southern man. the day sailing
not or a
being a man, *
the Sacrifices and of Win.V iisou Es j' and continue open sixty days and at Henry Mash'n,Thomas ,
Tlae papers iwilain definite sub scorns lobe required by some, that man must be vessels from leaving ports 'H
nothing on thc Tallahassee, March -!7. "J3-tf county Georgia, .and at D. McB1 dc's. Gadsdea
::1 ul'tlte American claim. both before he can expect their approbation. St Juan de Ulloa ; the Ophir having her clear .

befollo v>-iu, which we copy verbatim, is pub- Gen. J-ickson voted for the tariff 1924, and approved : ance on the day before and laying under the castle NOTICE.PURSUANT courty.Tjiis stallion is so well known thro\tghmIttheSot1th.-' I '. '

td BMcr the head of private correspondtnccwe the tariff'of 1932: both; of which thrett out of the reach of the town and its authori to an order of the Hon. Leslie A. cm States and thia Territory as a successful racer, .

I- Journal du Havre of the 27tli t fourths of the Southern country consider oppresiive ties. Being permitted by the cattle! to leave, Judge of the County Court of Leon that a detail of hjs performances is not deemed neccs- ;
-
Private Gon : and unconstitutional. It would! be difficult to made sail but did not clear the Duter islands with I otnily, I will on the second Saturday in April next, sary. He is eight years old! of the best stock in the .. .

*letter from espondence. he both sides-of such a question. He published out beind chased by one of their "Guardede Cos- Alee at 'ublic sale to the highest bidder, two-tliirds United States, being sired by the famous fimolcon, tone
Toulon
on
.It dated 21st says : there to cut off all communication of the Lot in this City, oa which I now reside-Said of the most celebrated' favourite colts of old t
which placed .j
r ,, *PPears lhai: the indemnity claimed by the a procamation! professing a determination! to las, were the castle and warning all vessels property belongs to the estate of the late Saml.Bryan, Sir Archy, and his dam was by the high-bred imported .
''"States, is about to be paid. Three"mil- execute the 13 riff 01 1832 by force of arms, and with ,Crux off the Jccuased. LEAH BRYAN, 1". horse Whip, and his grandam by the i imported j

i 'have been lranslxrle Irom Paris to asked Congress, in a message, the authority to bound to the port of Vera to proceed anchor. TalUliassoe, 26th March, 1B35. (33td51NOrICE. ] horse Tupp. He is a blood-bay, upward of sixteen- -
to '''
and from thence on board Amcricuu ves- employ the army and navy for that purpose; a- Island ofSacrificios, and there come what hands high, and unites great strength with beauty of :'
take .
of the Potomac The Ophir was not allowed lo cargo
gainst which every Senator south I I form and action.Certificates .
tinua' 1S proof that tile French Government re- but two voted In such a contingency, do you she had purchased on board, much less what I I ALL persons are cautioned againsl the paying any cf of his Pedigree will be furnished. '
the representative to with the South freight she had offered, nor the passengers, who oles or Accounts belonging to estate Terms-$20 to insure-[the, owner to pay ifhe.
approlrjaliofl of the twenty five iniU expect your go if could I i Lambert deceased, to one but the subscriber and 10 the
she any singlo
sby tIle with Genera! Jackson? When appoinlmeiits were eager to leave in the I Ophiir; gel Anthony mare is tra.ded-15 the season, f .
t11eed Chamber of Deputies having com- or and the authorities of Vera'Cruzou.d who is alone authorised to receive the sam 'leap. Five Dollars will be added to the above rate,
paj'lll the are made fleeting interests, is it expectedthat out clear LAMBERT, Adm'r. fi
2 debt before any Legislative your JOHN if not punctually paid by the first of June
11 OQ tIle suhject. I am to surender my own judgement, and grant them a permit. obtain to .March 28th, 1835. [3-3w..] __ ____ $cTh1e season has commenced, and will end tlifit .
castle to permission
the
(, abandon your interests, because General Jackson On visiting IstnfJ'ly.-March 28; 1815. 33tfADMINISTRATOR'S .
F.z1r04 from CoL rhlu's makes them? The only rule by which I shall ever leave, was informed by one o! the officers that NOTICE. I "" a
Circular.
lthL be is him when I think be is they should on Monday morning commence bombarding subscribers having associated themselves in NOTICE.
h to
ct f "re oforo oRcn been made the sub governed and him support when I know he is wrong.As the tuttn, and ifl wished to stop and seethe THE inti under the style of HAYWARD 64 persons having claims against the estate of ;.
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c ?m pilOt I against me, that while pub.qUej0 right, the oppose idle[ of not being Southernman fun, my vessel should receive no damage, as it I AUSTIN, respectfully solicit a continuance of the. 4LL ROGERS, deceased, are required to
of 10 story my disturb vessels ol neutral atrunae heretofore extended to Richd Hayward.RIOHtRD present them duly authenticated within the time prescribed
great magnitude 8fYita'I' butone'or observations to m3keBird. not their intention to '
td were have two was H\Y\/ARD. by law-Those indebted to the estate are r&- .
LflCougress I remained silent. My justtiOriforthat ., education, habits, interests, gratitude, and counties trading with them. Government. THOS. U. AUSTIN. quested to make immediate payment.
for -
course 1 s short and simple, sentiment, all attach me to the South. My entire The Opliir brings despalches March 28 33-lw March31st. 1835. [31. wj R.D. ROGERS.. t.
: h been is in the same condition it has long been, N. B.-Those indebted to the subscriber previouslo "
L\ more than once repeated. The property O'1WlJ.-Ye are indebted to a forward be sold in front of the Court-Room in
e in lands aud in Flori Earthquake at the first of January l last, will please come WILL the 20th of
legate of a dependent Territory with- permonently veste negroes extract of a letter dated 1 otherwise. Marks, (for cash) on Monday
L Vote. Ind da. Indebted to her for whatever usefulness or friend for the following 7 1835. .ad.ettl.thcsam.by note or HA yfARD. April next, a Negro Girl named Delia, levied on u _
not February
RICHARD
State representing any portion distinction has fallen to my lot, I enjoy the satisfaction OMOA, of volcanoes ---- the property of Mrs. Mary C. Winn, to tati&fy an .r.
tte ?VLreiSQty, my right to discuss such of having made every return in my power The mosLtremenduoua irruptions I NOTICE. execution issued from Justice Briggs'-courton. th,

1.C_ 1111ght well be doubtcd; and, even if for the many favors bestowed on me. \\ hatever have taken place in the interior upon record-five : subscribers having administered on the es- 14th in t.ln favour otF. B. Whiting/ administraii -
nut in different places, attended of the late Allen McGradr dec'd.,
,
stimullaneously the estate
of
existed, custom had irrrcoverably may be the issue ol the present Canvass, no dimuni burst which sunk three THE of Joshua Croom, late of Leon county,dec d, said MaryC.Winn.
of said
tremeuduous earthquakes for the use estate,against :
.ILedthe of her kindness confidence be justly imputed with all having claims against said 1 estate, .
or can
and
prudence propriety of ab- lion besides villages, so that no trace request persons the Sale within the hours prescribed..by law. ,
g from ite exercise- In to any want of zeal or success in her service. large towns, many ofSu to present them properly aut entlated.wIthin G. G. HOLT, Constable.
personal and destroyed a large porliou will be barred
OI1r1e with you, however, I my have not he- She has Been fostered aud cherished by theGeneral United of them Miguel remains and St., Salvador. The air was so obscured time the prescribed atD.tutOi by and law all, otherwise persons indebted they to said estate St. Marks, 14th March, 1835. (32-3Ods > '

lei ; tJl'ess, with fianknesa and freedom Government far beyond any Territory the by ashes and smoke, thai for eight days by will please make payment unmed1&tely.OM' I STAGE TO JACKSONVILLE. .
States ever possessed, and surely in some degree their ,
inhabitants were obliged to grope way The public are informed. ..
becoming diffidence the
rt.peeath rhr opin- owing to my patient labors. Without the slightest like the of 33lf K. M- MOORE.
public : with torches, The reports were firing 25th March, 1835 [ J that a regular Line of Sta-
in
men and nw ures. It tincture of vanity or vain glory, then, but attended with showers of -
Ie, indeed, that while I bare been the spirit of honest and manly exultation, at duty musketry and cannon The lava in some places NOTICE. 'T gea has been' established -- -
and cinders. -
r Ihroudiag be it lawful for me to rocks atones the Terri, between Tallahassee and Jacksonyille via tfuwaaaeft'Spritun
say from
myaelf ih reserve'Ie faithfully performed, absence -
politic destroying proposed
the distance of sixty leagues, my Monday morninr -
n Charles Tallahasaee every
$ discard me from her service but, my DURING Florida Edward Chandler and ; leaving
ob.cunty "She ,
great pains have been may thing in its course. tin AInchn they thoughtthe Agents and arriving at J JacksonriUe on Saturday(1'OC1wbel'lCe
peraluado the people of Florida that I name is united with her history. Her roadspostroutes every day" judgement had arrived, and more limn U: Du Pout F q'rs,are authorised to act as my and severally traveller to the JNorth will find ready coaveyance -,
na post offices, ports of entry, light houses; those and AttoroeyTin fact, and at Law;, iomtly and to Sa'anl2&h .
partleul..y. to three hundred marriages took plJ ,among counties Gadsden and Leon. to St.Augustine by S?ages
unacceptable
t flh. Uoite4 her rivers, harbors,surveys fortifications, pre emptiou had previously lived in a stale of concubi.nare. in both ofthe JOSEPH H. SEABROOL bv the Steamboat Fare thro & **.'1. .i -
States, and that titles all bear witness to my who pel .
andland
be V9 .
'al rights, of that kind would j.25, 1835.(25tf t ,
visitation -
the 'I think a 28th 1835. 33-ltuJ '
roaa. Public talent March -
Iitl! councils might ban industry My whole time, and whatever New Orleans. Ihe earth-quak a. % : -
Ut or Meuuye favor hw been slowed me, baa been devoted to increase bcceficial 19 '

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i-i_ -- CHANDLER, Watches, Jewelry, &c. ROVAND'STON'IC Ix weeks afterat.NOTICE Ibin4;

STAGE TO JACKSQNV1LLE.Th6 ATTORNEY At LAW. THE subscriber has just re- MIXTURE the County Court for leuerj 11 i

!I_ informed an additional supply on the Es ate ot JALL
public arc !: Office at his residence. ANDANTI.COSTIVE : & dThar.

lhat a regular Line of Stages Tallahassee March 7 1835. 30tf of WATCHF.S, JEWKLRT.SII-- PILLS. IOIioo
:' Srooxs kc. which he ofier-s Marianna Jackson
TER which hare been ,
hv
hns been established NOTICE \ I, rca0 N consequence of the attempts County Feb
O::> for sale on his customary I imitations! of the above -I
made
between Tallahassee fto Jacksonvillc via tJuwannec the nc.rt July Term"of Gadsdcn cour.ry, the sonahle terms. to IflljOSC spuriouS the projauiett.rhas conc1ide1 -'-

Springs; leaving Taivh.ee! every Monday morning AT and vouchers of HtNr.T W. Tonn, administrator e FREDERICK TOW I.E. vahiiaiile Mediciues on the cnfozin public, the vile of tic !ix persons, indtbfed to the ,., *

and arriving; at Jacksonville on Saturday from of JOHN H. TODP, deceased, late of Gads- Get: 4th, 1S31. (ef: ) cn the necsciy of as are jtZ snfficient to deceased, will make

whence travellers to the North will find rcaJy confcyancc den county, \vH be presented to said Court for a final The subscriber ha* employed a IVatch-JIrJ.er direct un to as the few regular established demaadi.a'nS A full supply of these mcnt the law, ann ducrU those having demands will ? y

to St Augustineby Stages, and to Savannah settlement on the pait of said administrator. At the from England ; and assures the public, thai any work supply Medicines will l he constantly kept by the Agents, Feb. 28Ii to, A B* '

By the Steamboat. Famihrongh cnrh way $25 00. tame time, the said administrator will apply to said entrusted to him in his line, shall In; done proi.ipt'Vand whtws and residences nro annexed, and the 1S33. 23SwII7'1YTTLThuj,1

Jan.25, IR35. t25tf| -r. JNO. C. flAtlRjS. Court for a discharge from his Admini'tiaiorship us in the !hesi marsnfr. *I. narn w'shu's it dnlinelly :n.Itnlool. Ihil he Kill
s'- JOHN J. ADAMS proprietor
afcresaid. ,
; : New Book Store.THE Att'y for II. W. Tnd l, Administrator. fig. A. PI 3- 9 6; jO nol soil be re-.pnnsible hit /xrsoiw fo,- Hie frfiu'ienss except hh (e'zao.'icttl of a.i'j Mixturs agents.S P ft pared by /?. 5. BERJWiinJth
,
subscriber bas received and will open i inC- Quincy. :Nov. 3d. Ift34. [ 13 ( mJ] unous as m'iuiircoi by cny ha\clciu mr! ti.'I l "i-Iii iu ci.isiileriWc gist, .\iIIrOLK, VIRQJp.jr4 '

(next door South of Mr. Manor's sto'rc) Leon an.l
___ Orleans Packet I qvja.-.tmr1; oy two physici.su1-
: an assortment of BOOKS and STATION ART, and woirrdbe 3 ruUlen e ni'ip*, and perhaps bv o-'i' ian, I will
$ glad to supply his friends and the community m The schooners LADY V/AST1ING-! I doubtless he i-iiporte-l from New Voi k xnJ < IM-where. I II

general, with any articles in his line on the most rca- TON, Capt. P. H. SWAIM, St WASII1NGTON I Those therefore who wish to procure the rmuine 1 1I 11. S. BERNAIU'S RENOVATING LI
,
onablc terms. Although his assortment is not yet __ Capt. M.Sv.-\ii, vill rnn 1 I article can be sure 01 getting it ''ulyffom the a* nts. extractrn al SittI 01 ()1 Pajn,, Tar "yID t.trrn .
?gcneral.hc experts to make il so hy shipments already regularly during the scaaor, every moath as Pakots: the eO.t Lte e&.iored ihk Crel
ffi)1 made, nnd others to be made by the first vcs- between New (Orleans! and and St. Marks. Merchant I Tailors The following gentlemen arc Agents in Florida. l inbazine or Vel et withc

I) scU from the North. Prr, 13h.! IS3-1.-IS-r.ms_ E. D. Perkins, General Ag :nl at T ilahaasec. ir colour or texture.

He has also the Christian Alm.imck, published expressly 6 Kerr iV-Suinrrs, Agents for Si M tries. Tlu r;cen and vahuh'c chemical..dis

I for Florida, calcalatcd for the Merodi.m of Gerardin Sc Way, I James C. lrlcs, do. Quinry.Mirkaso. frml 1 fo sac hy the Su.scrile Xlt of.
TALLAIIASSF.E, a 1"Lor.InA.1)IRECTtO.S. Goblin *c Fnlsom, do.Darius ky. seilcs the inc- itv i-fcivsn
Tallahassee, and containing local matter relation Uralch wVaAvrs and Importers of Rnzlisk and and the
'
to Territory, which he offers for sale cither by the French Jcicclry and Fancy .-ir/ir/t'5, I Williams&Co do.Thoma Sl.mticcllo.llickstown.! ratio.) 14.jonc" Fitty ren HR0rfr, Will TO.
t dozen I ; ; Alexander, do. 1acon :e chan 's hr he% from
single
or criti
gross copy. their!
Dec. 13. 1834. Ifltf JAS. S. LINN. C.7': % HAVK nceivrd at Mom cs- .T. !'. P.,'is, do. f-'lutuih 'odiec.t It a't.. I'kt a char ttrt sik
ort
on t MM.- .ln &tri.'n, do.do.. Thomasville.Marnnnn. : xttie. by ictantv: remnrjn ih
K.HANDS by bte nnivals Irom New Yr-ik. I without in the tjflS
NO TIC P. W. Gamier, Jr. afl cnn" the faj,
wanted to work on the Tflllahas Rail / I, a large assortment, among which } lIo'.mcsTithiatt'-, do. Camj.beliloun. rort zneZe-te ')drnen tt c

for the ensuing year. Pcr.sons having ore Gold the and follow sihrr 1 112 v Watehrs in: t., JOHN 11. ROWAND, fly !before, i: like diM hetunabiti h fry is

irilfplMi v caH on either of but the tru- -eetIii.u artc,, '
abe! bodied hands to hire, dies Watcho Gold r Niw. 1. 1-14. ((12-GmJ ) ThO( & of
i
the undersigned, or to ( ai.t. H. P S mmons. I decent in uI cluth s a: itis eo>t imi"jnMePMr"!*
$ BEN CHATRES It i> otreieit! to Gntcrner, ai .'0 !*?*'
1 WILLIAM KERR. Chains and patent Key?, Gentlemen and Ladies ROW4iTWS other sort of people can have it ccn'sanMat at the iam
Guard Chains Shirt Buttons and Stiiil:, plain ami
i TURBUTT U. I3ETTON.I. Xdnncrne .. glass Beads of every description, Ink stand; T O N I C M1xrIrtE.
Committee on behalf R. R. Company cut t'.e fine t and most dc'Ieate! ilks-n.-rls
1&1. Sltf Bronz-, &c. Pcrfumeiir of the bcj>t quality, patent The FULL of this val-nMe r.toiiic/.ie is just : adver iscd r
Tallahassee, 20th. Dec. PocketBooks Height indispensalle. I 4 supply soaps[ comnvny in onr days
Pens Ladies Th'xt's of ii/.e, Scisso.-s,
every 1. Round the HHMI mule, mat. iL>"viv-ed. i {.hall! hcreai.tr have itcmislaiitlyonhand. removn.g o.-e evil a Mifjst isvanahl '
.ronptidouKcsze
& Shipping of Cotton.KEUR Baskets for ladies an-! children, IkA l-Hairs, I :
Storing 2. Do. Wai t. ., nuMoes it reQuire the ?
llr.bbcr Bracers Pistols Percussion C '. Lu-A- p'nTv
India
,
I STURGIS will attend to Storing anti ps 3. From ba k-sram to elbow an-l knuckle joint. IT is WARRANTED TO EK A vFn AND m'TirA. % ofal other refluva'ersciieh at hot j

; t Cotton-they will also advance 01 ing-G lapses, &c. &c. 4. Round the thizit. RRMF.DY FOR pKVF.U ASH ACt r IT T ARK'S AUI.Kr.AM.E ; i.. liOnlv a little :lean WIT accord

. Cotton entrusted to their care for shipment tann\ Tallahassee t t-'vr II l-qri. ((9t1)) 5. From the hip-jiiut. to the -uvle.ly TO THE nir.r.CTioxs. Reports having !>ctn rir.Vated t Section -. N unnti.Oi or Grae of SW

'r market in the United States or elsewhere ; and wit the above scale of moisurer.pnt. gentlemen at a that thimi.iUT cItainarsenic, I am diwt'-il by I j can It t Y-t acted fr m h" inr (! ja': cok4f

purchase at either their Stores in Tallahassee or StMarks. Storage Business. distance may maMrd! t'> f rv. inl their measures, the Piopnetpr to soy tlatthcsc reports.'Of ullttiy foist | reK /ih'u: ti
b Oct. -lib 1034 (Su ) THE suhseri .t ; luxvi> unifvl under the stvlc i which will cv wi n lention.Ej -.in'! I am alv authorised to oiler a R-izard oj I 10000 ,- I! 1i'LPtt1 a cording to their: -'MK, 11, will M

F. D 1 I'II & r;.)., fur the pipv at'c *rrvi:1. :iN: __ ( : DJ'nrs to any one who will prci. <: texLtcrc'\\ ex-met every arti I .rre.'Ne frn, thefinest ?

NOTI"Er ::" on the Siora f l sinoss in tJi Town 1 vl.Vlaiks : S of the lcast pirticle of Arseni., :Mercury, Antisr.ony, orin.-xt ih-caeSiu-! :, wrhout irjiuin ia tO
NV

lIE subscriber returns bis thnkMo the publi' t aini promi ul.e strictest atti : ;ton. : >\" tir any other 1"i-inous in rec'icnt in it. the co'or oitectiire. s

: for the liberal encouragement lc h-is received ilocti-ic !oii; a C >'ir.iiSUm business, ar.: rrspec I 1" In o.dcrto prevent imposition! from ro"iterft-it 8, tvp."ri. ; A t. -v v p ly of tie above ralna&V article

eiaee he has I-en in this place, nn.l <;oli.-its a c-miiini- I iv vyliHl the }. ii.t oxtf.ndcd;: to .lolui Ulair Pe i.W. .-xf.'j.t antho\i .td agtnt'i wil! l.c i"i rniJ rd !by j ccivcd au'l lor 5>,'lc ly r.

' t 4 nncc of heir v tmn.icc. Just nvnvr d per schr.! IVU-i, C. F.DUF.HIl, A. PIKlSiN! < : >. > ''j! r.-i.-- '.ihy in&L the ; -' -- with! ti'e mixture to s-Jl a ii:!. I aras''Ic K B. PEEIlN .

c1 ; direct from Nev York. n jrrncrr.l a or'mcn* of \Vonl : JOHN KLIIl PCAOil T | t form th>.ir ei..rrtue ts nnd 4hc jiubiic.c! : "ncaliv a fiit for Middle Florida, and am asMU-c*' Ly M.Itouand I Tallahn.--.cc.. Sept. 10th' ; i'i.:

Jen, Staple and Fancy tf OODF.SI-oos, I lints, -. .c;:. lilc.: T-" ? I 2-tt slnt: : I iliy .in- n--'v .ipcnins their nw Siock;: o!' that (e'crpt a small lot wM to Mr. Her!e >,'
Wit: e. Cutlery, and Iron-mynrrrry, rnclpry: $ '. runSJstin I n"t a single bolllc has been or v.-il! !b. s..r.t, <;r jold by Whit /*, .
; : of hliic, bl\rk; and brown Cloth? ; hn! <% tituk. FLOU1DJI..\ I) FOR f1j/i. F'AL41V1N'1't'R GOODS, him, to-any person in :\i! lijle! FhniiJa! f xcrpt to \tin : : % of
{ : .vif: !, tor :cvei.il ha"dcvr.rei j
I drab and rrrey (iouHe milled Cmo -<": ; Car 'iul-. f 31. I ilC I unilcrsi iiid li'ivii- purrhi d 'd f G iu-r.* i'lSt rcrevcI l !fi :il Now 'fir-! C 'iis.f.ii''.' ofi cj.ph'ivltdortivc I ; If ,'1rfiic ?'iftt bttn ttt'irnrerftl tit r* v ,Iix'tl'l.: eaUenli.ie tt .nti
.' and; Saltings ; Hud ii, TVnc'.i! mAr iinu 1 Pi: ;:'' : j _H. l Li I'.iyi-tf, JliPt-i". n .iri'.flint'un r'on.l.i.siiM"- .< t i upcrfuip Cl"t. C i --imri r at'.iI l V i>tiiis I m ".f, it vnl hare bte t in somr nj thr *jitri&is inititiont. : I fiizs, !.. cucree.If.5, Ly o.t-ovcal ci.-wiir rf., inttlnab fa

p bhck Lustring r.ml Knney Stln :\- -i SiikSh *nv;. I r j tr..1 1-1 in-!' !ttiifItxiiiit tlC Is, iu '.runz a nibination: fi-'n a: lv.s and ?r%I

; ,'ie Knp, &<\; Ja *h. nct, S" t<l '>. caitin; of v.hf-m they pi.irrh1tsf I ; :.tr"gill'; rriarii'hs. lOHl'h 1 has wvcrat pii -

: n4, and 5-4 brown Domestics, of a supcii i'r q'i.ui'.y ; !ant i> imtM: ij t' .; i..i-ivdi-ito n'iulib'm, {> : > %tin' ft. Knncv Airif!'' f' >" (Jrntlemcn's it: !\Iv I ihrl wl;! !h? > n cvrry b-.tt.crId ';y tnt: I name 3tf' fhrf Sf,m.ihiri rt 17<> eitfn t|

Cotton B.iggiug; and Negro Clii ii ; a general P. VIUITnent .jontl of allah vcr, and i i.; Iic'ictio1, for fritihty >ltil 'hc =:, vi/ :-.StorkI" vr-rv d -rrin'inn. fJl I 'vc. I E: IV PERKINS Sole Agrnt : 'r JJid'Uc Florida.EGETABLE. 1 1I r.rivet'i I "..I' iin'ic olilrin.t 'hii> pif.r3'whic L*
.t. : of Shoe' a variety of Cit-cktry Warp. Ilv"Ware .< nil! loral .-tth *: '.' l be( valuable thin I any rimcdy herrtoSrrNt
; 4 v.t'rtZc more S.ip.1 ndi*, P.nMIli.dfi.., Kr.js; :n.-l C-liars 1 Jin I Nov f.i 1f: :- cfr'.f. in curing thoa- dir s-ii
*i'c' Cogmr P.- > ._ ; maL-uH'SBl;
; :
II.iUs ,
I Cutlery, y 4 nv ;hi hjiij in i the crrinrv.I'Lr --
: men S'ni's I ll'. -.iei\ S r.--- S .Invl-.i! H.-x!, I ltj,-, and -- ---- -- ,:t? Mii'I (ro-'j,', xvhicfi! arc 'v rally "Rilr'hf
Holland Gin ; S'eily' Sherry Port, and Ob ret \Vis- ; Southwt sin f tlie ;! 1.. ? -: .inprc.icnje >
n t town iirulj'.iic ,
part fo-Ji Cap'f.nc i : Sill:, Plu-lh, an-l I Ii..ivcr Hats oft the 0 tc.4 T.7C sv.'t.Vtr| : tr.-ui OT PEIU i
with many othor nrtcles too t.gjjn'5; to mention. i'ui.I :ity of llahc.ccc) 1 1'; in whirlj JM.JIHpOjt to I ii'I ;r-.t fisli oi.A LI iVt L i ic.rED. .->-lt is tih';'.-. :--t' in; almost certain nn Lntc-O ir.AVT -
I I ch iscrs are invited to call and o.x.mine t.. T ii k. a ilivt.T 1 :; i i'! nlmu Wfll'V J'li!' w-T.r'al a.-sorJrucnt t-f n-Clfihinz! madit'n cure fora
rmdy-m re em rp! '1{ the Fu KV.
ALFX'R. FORMY DUV.L.t4 I iiii: load b i i'i c ..tc iptv.itn! tube m.ulc ii a iiiont
& > : : I I'V the su'isc'-i'.x'rs i i.i th- fiithlulir.d taut
i : : ni.t LA MOcTr.r.tT's Cot trta \ | Aiv':n.\\ 5/tnpt'>ins tf DysncpMaanJLiurentrIt
Tflabasc.e. Nnv. 4, 1- 3. | 13tf) I .'' '-iilin of OvL-rcon' I-'pi-U iv in T.111
i Iu. > slyr, co.i 1t i tL crrv. s"urnsss
I SPIXIFiC.f or ) ; b th ,
.
h 1j ':.. jt'" '; St. :?.i ru lc rivet h.T.b'-rnir- 1 "" C f1: ( 'It' 3fl'i! (if. m'i I iJ
I 'ot'jnml .r -, :)' ; ;!i' hair C > iM J mcr.ocI! ilyipnl! biliiy ha3-
tJ r NOTICEALL *.' within ix f thi I -*' ,- valuable tillh 1. -ovcrod f. CIh.t.: $ .
:ntly impr: vc> tn a pxir.L : ni'Ics 'I < : >:ikv.i.lVr ppi r;. !l'ana-! >n- ..Mi V. *tof ahivr .1 : mr.ivrryi tH. ;:math : ir-r-titarity! of ,
11 persons having !cm\nds ocvnM the 3'ttIetcrn ,.i; t t.f tr! tomiship, whirh v ill ;'!l"n1 },;* '"!' "' it" (C''ffJT, l''tl''jf. ; 'i'IZ> ',.tjtii: .I'tnnnJ ; ir--p apprtre. \\!iichisire-
!iiri rcd .
rich fir
i v\ < i v qcsi > : .VMI u )! ; are : a > tn r VOi zt'i.'n-; .: t r. other! nines
G. MATS late of J.ck--on Co-iny. in\lt".t'on for a cir :\p and ceit.nn transp-irtati'm (1 l.if'l.-bicv-c.l Vt-r: 't ;ami fnp blank Cl.it atl l lI I Si\in% of R'-jtl, and ail ili.-rasrs t.;' t'.' / rvOn : aii.fI t !i:. -'. i; .i t traih. tr--rr, tvc- ikutjof rta/v f fit ilc! r..mar't5 -'-

;L'Li: decmased, will present th-m in tue time! prcsciibvd by ; C.---.i '-ic, V-1- nt-a r.n 1 white Marscilh-s-fr; &r.h I by J. 11 ', pi &. I ., : ); s, : <*
I pT't.!;l .0
p.. liWj duly muhentio'rd. T
( tf Ht'.NRY T. HOLMES, ntlir.'r.PUSAN tic 1'> J urf"ssi\]: i a C--: :' t fi mi live: t t.> cisjht ycai-- ---fine N.'i: ydkir! >->e- kin Under-Vcsls, n r L.'Ti1R. r 'p\i/s tic AppeiitcirifM-ovc-1! !: S[ iritscf. ..ai, in h<- hc.i.l, t'jzz'iu-ss! '

k i; M., G. MAYS, aJmVx..December tt icnorr.ltU p- i.&s--: -, 'ic wisipns; : to ;jmr.'has.c w.t' I X'. !'(.in 11 :' r>r LII. ,ii.t.-. I.ill of Direfti-in.-a'eomp.inyins each bottle of th ai'i'-n'Ieij v.irh the Ic's or of vtrti, Oi C.Y1fisi)a tninil -

1 14. 24tfADMINISTRATOR'S r.i1cappiciuoi/'lt! > cithrr of ic! under! .>iriod.WILLIAM : A fCPt-', Clothiu! stiitli'.c! for I Spe-'i'I'' >');nting out iu a most conspicuous manner I II .. i mra nawj;.
1' rpiantity Ncp'fvs, ) the stt-mach *-. !l.tn ( }&iIIy, ri r'1 ., nTiri( jrfjiiht
IKNli'ITALL all thin msin i their different of -lie disras.. I :
.syaiLr; > stages
Mid of I li.l-a UuM! 8t, PiaJa.lc'ts
an astnicit! "T rtmts! and he.t-'r an-l .Iktq
: pain Vc in
NOTICE.ALL % the I II
t CS hci
.
IIKCTOR BE :\ )1 I and part'ictil.irdircctiriiisicspfctingihi! : treatmentI.i!
1 ersotis having demands against th* Rs'a c WILLIAM I : : anJ Tn.v.-<, v.rrtlt''l very durable ar.-l : I languor, tlitlurJ s-.it-op, e.J! tort and har. trtr
P. CRAIG. $ it ) with well aLtLenticatud ccrti- ;
L'$1z z.i&Cr many
ji-rft-rlly: vit'r-po.ot, ac oiVcicd f for sale by the ;ubiiirrr. unea&ir.c&'. i iu
iiro.it
I t att cai'jh. nain
late of Lean :
fl Thomas Howard fVunty, m ihcsij-a
4 ; Tallahassee' November: tl\ ic33. 1 iI .>( f i! low I i jt'er.'h! dodii'-ii i''s tVctMi' ficriti'b of run.s, clc.In .
them < on voy Icrn.s. &t: .
acihrntir.-
; L1 lccd. arc requested to present will be duly forever haired. l ;td/ Thc Savannah feorginn, C'nirle''lon TcrzV, '1e ic:.:ul'ir r; Lhjs1el' p i iLs W ill '1c made on all or- I ni.isorpicn:: of ihc great ail increasing demant. The above ma'aili lead z't crziiiic ifTf f'T"nf E Es'niuac'ii
ted to l.\wro :
according they <
,
l.'ZUiitu Cotitti'ii.c1, u-ilhern HccorJtr. .Millcdfillf dei I for lilsipu''Hc! : titc propietor: ii. fuxbltd tomhtju tup'ice '
2 *!f hose indebted to the ll-.taic ar requcstdil to make I, .re.i.2uj : liver ant! he rt. tti-. : ,!; ia Dr r yrsssumption -
[ Ccoyia ; liirhino.nl Enquirer and .S'.ir, Halci l : Th ',-rricrs! ri'itn ti! '-ir sSr.Trc tlnnk; l fur I lo 75 cents pir bottle,thereby enabling it o coit.I AjMipIexy.Ke. nreonling toiLeoin!
imroet'iaic
paymcuu N. C. will p'lS'j h the ixl"n i'or 't.ksr i'Jf"rthir 1 within the reach of all p- rsons. ; ;rc ->
ONCRINSON: Ailnwr.Fch. ; the very liIi.t pntronau hcn ofor-j rf-ceUcd. : nlvsuhiI I its, ge, s.'.';, and ten>.pr.m.r ihea! :i-nt,
7 2r-Bp __ %% at(I : oi.nts to ?lii.-r,ai .il by J. P. PCTitL f>., .M.i J-r j
in I IMIS'.UCV-- ni'ii: ; and urr i\e Ii contuiuatit'n of the luvenio.- ( j.iic .
STORAGE ST011ACJR! STORAGE! '. \\ Wan1.MNTFD samo.JC.J". ) These Pills !hire been successfully! used by th..u I II ; { propnctor.ro.i

P.-iis iron Nrst All oidiM' ill If *ivcd I ssintK Aho can testify to their superior efficacy (it : .) < *rtiicjtes nu. htdiKcd be d.
: addition to his old ware-house the ( h.nn.M Tubs, ; ; \ llnnKi'iily: r ; and as
relarUe .
IV t : other re.ncdies now in it:) f.>r the cure of Dv-I to the c\n-.i-.tt-,y cuu-s
i Halt; Buhi I ail PirkMi; MMu' I they hive r. .I2.-I1 m their employ steady a'ul fir--t rnuiy
!ha" recontly 'rectrd a spacious buildS I in by using these rovi.'it!' I-H-- I bi 'iu
.epsia all their comnJicr.tct! tbms they give.-tren ; :r: fouowiH ar' tsutlicicnt
Fl.-ui P.iil, 'Ir.siral I C.IIH -, tat. WPUKMKS, lliry arc pscpxnul: l', execute nI order* [
$ : 80 by 23 feet forrccrivin *ottmnn.l To.Vls.TIM' I to the td!
satisfy the
rig to the ehilitaeil! of digestion m > -t rnr.s se'niafi.oi1
organs
p1'. Cl.n 1 l-Vatlicr I Dieters, at i liel"ijj..s! notice and in the most durable an l repair theappe-
THYM'CARTY.St. 1 .' 1,0"( M I iict Woo.1 Pvls fthionabr ; T illalias5i-f>. O". 2.: | tl-n >. I iriirreiuisnaus.a and si.-kncss of ihcsUn.uiih! habitual : Ir. wel, .1fFz.j rf the i1ffc'ir/t; t'flu;
fc. ,__ t.carlc?, Pcrpml>er27thl831. '1 ti.ti J \Varr11 UP-t.ls, I r<>- (ivencs-, haad-ach, palpitation ri'ti.0 heart, ioi; o 1\.sPiiJi/ P'tiisidiiK.XR. .

: Negroes and Land Sale. I l B I'i pi 1'U&S, (' ,. .,; \ocmoivlt :. I and many other nervounflections.. They c mtata ciMreiiy I II >r.Lr.AS3, Dec. 20:u I3fTc .
fur
Mill
..: A SiiaU, i r Pi-per j| j Kn.fc B'>\ I' ( *. Tom d.tt.>. I / iil; :pi--- ; fly vouciu I noilo they sicken the; stomach, t.'v a.-e a irYioiz if HI.:;; CO.U.-JM.-This is to crtify thiil I
i THE subscribers intpndin! to el-Htf their busiisc Lncif .Matches, Hair Dritshcs, tr a sn.: !,>! : nt, n.ihall aj.nlv; t-- : !io I ll ..nCo'.i.tfit" I mild and safe cathartic : t>'crc is no -triction in ilt have vttn&s'itI i the cp-t\Jv : uf D.% ies.'J A'iiSloiiiiffiicf

Aspal.'jin, tliTiisning 1 summer, with a view I H<.0t J ."kr:, C ii: .- ; G'.ids-Ini r.>u>:: ;,*, f.ir Lftrs of DJS.T. I or drink o>- c"pn-jure to wet ot c'Ih while u>ii: -'tCiii.I rl Iitptiicit In a K
I bfojvi.itt* at A] jlachir>iia next fill, A* ill s U a Inr- VI, bite ar.J O'.-ir. s Iti'M'j vKii Mafr, I l'fli iiai :>S .! 't.uh'ralzr tho c--afj ol f Thomas A. I Bill of dirccti'.ni v/Il accompany each box of Pilh. ; *' anti f l"flL taDdP:1j

gain in the Saw and Urin Mil1.!! 1'heliU is situated r.xpeeled by j'tn! am! \\ ill he, rfarap I't_ij'., !al': i f.1.I l c "MI ", decr.TS'jJ I 'vhtichiihl fully explain their eilfis.F iasevcrr.c.ubof! the etiur cneis of the

: : ; one mile anti! a half from the jivcr on a Crick nfl j rjr ', ': EO. LN.MIV AN. t jrniPHKN: : S. PEEBLE; ?, AdmV. 'oni tle xvill kuonn rcjuitaiion of inrsc Pilis for aa.1 its aff. ft ; were tni'y! :it.t11j1.! I !..itesitalion o

Ordingnn abundant supply t f \valer thimigiioMt the !*. 1 tFULL Noveber! C- J'U.' 10in I many years, the proprietor (J. IlOVf), I'hilatielplna! in decia/mg it :!Ic mil T.il-nu. hcuran
and comraanJs a >IM! supply of timber was lc-iijs it to fuiiu> fir those
year, CI -- 1itNIi D 1 niuiccissary give inv r detail oftlicni. distressing ui'tinii int! l'-s f >rco.TiSw'
AiKi
formcrlyowned by Mr. IJ ck'on, r.nd has lairly! bc'n ti4iaAJi slim : t A t f, chi s ipply has> oee.i n.tvivcil.nd ft.saltby in my knowledge"JAMC3 EWELL, ?J.D.

: .. rebuilt by us. The Grist MHl i? tl c bf si in Uar noijii.borhocd \vI I.1.iM G.vsETin lFr.is. S 1 app.iiiumt.iit by !iS'., 1*. PERKIN Y in! csCot.v GPP. Jan ISJtTlii
nitd eommar.d> nearly thr whole <-..<.;on! Tallahassee, Not 23d itf '
I leftnl.r l i- 1.. r.otifln' that riri Viersflctl!: can be.ir tevi..vr.y tn tsu'r!
iey tee
: We will ?cll with the mill, *11. sirrd, fir: or fi\ cry :
EL I itT has fdrd IH> I'tTiTinN- tLc .:ujujri > Court eHIcacy of Dr. Pclers Me'uciaStunchrcs! rt &
t Tahtable Flavc and ti \\ajrc; ,ns u.ti l tcn's. ApalachicoU r
afiurdingn, regular and an i.rij-.roxln mniK f:.r ihc co-inty of Le n, and :MiJilJe! Hi-t-ict of l".nnto : purs; in the cti.-e of Dysp.ii :tn.ILivr I CT3pbW:

I : fur lainler mikes this n dcsiiable property f-- )fl's pr ri' .'n !hy Ocferdant t.i from pe.-sonal experience. "\V3I. G. JOIJNSOJf'r. -

: who can devote ins nttcniicin 'o it. The pnperty i WAWTE lie sail Pliiutif.n th- fnll'r.\i ir' dVfrrlic 1 Propci'y, Ps Medlcinrc Stinuclucaj Hcpati-cars pti

Trill he shewn rt any time to any jorson wishing to itr.-'l MM'! Pcr>oia., I 'o \\ \ii ) -Tii" Northwest ((tar. rand ia parcel wi h full iHrecin fr usioj. PrO'

purchase.We I t th"Wstl.L.a ilf.if I ;h No.-hoasr: qnirrer: of t s c"n n iu three parces! will be nci'essry to complete! a cat

will aUo sell our stock of Goon1: cimp.-i a twci.'y-eight. The Njitlr.ast qmrter ot so- Imctwtnlyninc Thf price i h. $5 a pircel.
To.vrshi i > one anil <> North A good assortment for the season nndwill srcli!, <,r riv iaii.rcon am I qu very v.iralion
V Wrr.:, sifaati-1 in the of Leon and Territi ? \> ill be ; hna.1
our imprnvcmcnjs, consisting of a Store llor. ,. and a co-iuty ry ken rnuruuIv o i byVvlu
targe and new Warehouse for &torag.-j of coilu, on ..f Florida. TheVr. -: !hi i'fof the Lot designated; on 1:;. B. PE1ElNS'J'ttbkiSSC

The river bank. It is hovrn to i 1w a co-ul rtaml for the! nriiiinl p -' nf Ta'!:tlas-co$ as number ninety- isautlioriseil dispose of them eilltff at win1*-

dire and a tavern, and necd no further tccmed.i- ;. tj'ply of f L.-i.dieths'! superior garden, live-A icmale sl.\vo t.rxrncdlirtha, abf.ut fi'lcc.i' iilr or retail, on as roasoiiaUfr, trrivtsasitaiiiftl thcyC1fl

lion from us. We received during the Ian scise'nI 4: hil' u.uii iluu ci seeds juil receive .1/ nnd warrtntedn. yeai ofar-n feuiah -l.i-.o narv--d Sally about thirl) [ADE nnd sold wholesale and ReI > of tise pr"pricti r. Also by

eleven hundred bales coltjn, and c.\p"ct to recivcI I .IM ''T t.B.: PERKINS.O.lobcr ycaisofae' ." ..J her child! Kitty Ann, about iwo I tail, in IVpilerif-k rnnnty. Md. by C llerston L)' IIoi.'ir.s &. VIL3L

about the same quantity the present season. I 2nth.) i if. ycii. ifae. CALL 4c WALKER, concerned in the Patent wild I"r JadKuss. i\l-. E I -
The terms of cny of the above property will be Plaintiff's Attorneys.' The above Ointment is offered to the! public .i aae I Jk'>. PRIESTLEY PETERS.
midc and be hat!! FRESH DRUGS WINS __Ta" gf"\ :;'h Hoc.1 1 1.-I7".ownm '
acrommodaiing bargains *
great may and certain remedy for ho.b.l'u.ate div.l of us iu goods fur casl or on a short cr: diu Surgical Instruments c. ROWAND'S TONIC MIXTURE some df which have so long baffled the skill of medic I h.nrbcfa cilfi-r? enilrcv;; cmi'J 'r rre.nly

HAMISOX&IUNCY.Asrwlnea CICnce.1t 1 within tbe 1at twelve ni-ntb.*, bv the :ie of Dr. P '

: gist February 183 28-tf I HAVE 4tit received n full supply! olDrug" fresh CASTOR OIL, Q17/-V/JVJ3, Sfc. White Sw-llingsof every description.2d tcr.%' :Me.Ju-ir.'a! : Stonuvhir.-e! ct Heparicje withrn *

CHRISTIAN F. DUEUR, is hereby fully author Medicines and Chemical. Pure Also the rtlcbrnied ltr.i, LISIMEST" for Rheumatism Sore L 'g and Ileers of long standing.3d stale of ila'.rjiia.Mrs. ..

:f iced to coll-ct the debts of tic! late firm of PEACHY PORT, MJDEIR.l fc MUSCATELLE Wh\'Et &r. 50 cts. bottle"JAUF.N Schirrusor Glandular Tumours particularly Abncr Ilicks, Tv'ilkinson.Laurcns. .

1 & MACKINDER., nnd those of the subscriber. Per- in bottles, imported specially lor the use of the CAUMIN-ATIVE RVI.SAM," an excellent Mcdi- tlK"ehardened lumoursm I Women's breasts-which.Aen .Mrs. Capt. Jam- Willis,

rons indebted to cither will please make immediate siclf. Weigand St Snowden's superior AMPIJTAiiNG ( HOC in eohc. bowel ro iiutus&c.| | 50 cts. bottle. limes terminate in ulcerated cancf rs. CIVri,_ I.'. B4)ttJ,

payment. Individuals who made purchases of Cotton TREPHINING, OUSTEIRICAI., Evn, DISSECTING Dr. Siousc ISTANT DROPS" for bowel (o.nplaints ochiMicn 4th Felons, or what some people know by the name I Vv.ky.ier.. E !Iands, Esq.IJ .
Bogging and Bale Rope earnestly 2.> cis. bottle. .> Catarrhs, of description. Allen! rc
requested to and POCKET INSTRUMENTS, in cases. D.-. WCAHREYE every yan Esq.Col.
tttIe. JOHN BLAIR PEACHY..St. STOMACH PUMPS and PIPES Silver Lancets and SM.VEEyg' ) .,.-) cts. ca..u"W I oth Rheumatic Pains of the joints.Cth John W. P.ntcr. Morafl.Laptfocd .
(
Marks Feb. 21 9Mf ATER, ; Sprains and Hruisedof Est Jones.
in
every description or Chapman, |
__ Lancet Cases, and Nurse Tubes, &c. Do. Itch Ointment, 37 box. siluate.
per wr.aipver pail Alexander Irvin Woshingtoft
POSITIVE; SALE OF An assortment of DRIED HEUBS from the Do. Worm Tea &. Salve, 2j tls. earl 7th Tellers of all kinds. Iu this complaint! the Col. Geo. Mather.s, Esq C'Ct

: Town Lots in Irwinton Alabama.The Shakers-among which are Lemon nimCatncp, Do. T=;oih Ache Drops, 25 cts. botlle. '.lent, ir. applying the Ointment, must keep the part pa I : ,

Hysop, Mint, Sage, Sweet Majorani, Savory, -ALSO- out of water* 08?.EJNTE :
undersigned have become the owners and yTiiK ROACH k RED-DUG BANE which offers rnct.
Thyme, Cellery, Stc.LJML nnr 8th Chilblains, or parts affected by frost.
of the Town IRWINTON Alabama, Juice and LEMON SYRUP. uVuui; means, of clearing houses, icr. of Roaches and It i is also one of the best remedies lor Burns and
nnd laid the off in convenient lots will l. i.I1ts.!
*
having
same SPICES of every kind-Genuine INDIA CURRY. Scalds. It eases tho pain and draws the tire out in a I the use of Dr. Hunter's inestimable r PJj IJJ
: expose them to public sale on the spot, on Wediir-sday Sacln-rometers, IlyJro ir-Jers, Sugar Boilers, Thermometers short lime. BY of either if they care '/r
the first of sale continue from English, French, and Prentis'.s Soaps and Per with ; sex ccn'
April
day next ; to day a gcncra assortment of fresh DRUGS, For Inflamed Women's Pirecti "
Breasts anti
to until all told. The will bs fourth fumery. Mrs .Miller's celebrated SNUFF. May- received and Glandular, very valuable plan, copious B t
day, arc terms one &C.JIIM by E. B. PERKINS it to VCKRTAIN
: cash one fourth 5n tix months,& the ballnnccin twelve ; nard St Noye's celebrated INK and INK PO\VDER Oct. 4, I <3J. ['3.Gml] Dniisl. the Swellings medical, is superior to any nredicine yet known to I naiiyin them, are en.ibied eu clually r3 beahth"
V _-_ ,, faculty It is much safer than mercurial i DISEASE, and to restore
r| j -
-
months. The United States for this THERMOMETERS -
: having been obtained the titles!patent will be clear pi and operty in, HTDROMETEUS, &c. T. MO'VA.\"D\S TONIC MLXTURE. of any prepartion of that material) because it doc I with ease. saftV, null certainty. In a Jew ; )
; E. B. PRIIKIXS. not lay the patient liable from I and cne3ftWP
a perfect ami lasting to injury expose to at'i" extcnsiVt sale DflflCIl
disputable. The Town of Irwinton i is situated in
1 ; Barbour Alabama Tallahassee, July 9lh, 1831. [48t1jtD 4- -.&:! '-un, for the Fever and Ague. For sale cold.This this Mecikine, Ia tItIz tItJ other : ...
the
p "West bank county ihcCiiatthhooche, immediately river and upon vio!<*alr and retail, by"FLETCFIRlti Ointment has cured sores of many years stand I low IK throughout the UIIIUH. for the -- nf pja
on a high
ftud level Blurt, conS uanding a view on the xvatcr for : \: 1-IiTCO: I'T, Divggist, .Ippalachi- ing. Where it is impossible or imprudent heal thiexurnal during which i' was saiislactorily prepare*BTJ-
LARGE and cola He; i la sore, in consequence of the bone becoming I ineontes'ibly pro\e, that when use fcij
way.
two miles or more, V.p nnd down the river. It is justly it complete assoll
I can-ins or rotten it will the i cfleet* a
her-by appoint Mess. Fletcher and stop progress of the caries I JiC ION POU'DCRS. :
considered the most delightful and healthy spot on MicnlofFresh Drun-s' and Medicines, just rec .*4 West roll isjcnts for the sale of" Row- increase the quantity ol the discharge, remove the of -f that deadful disorder, dewn"D
my. .opeedy euro <
the river between Columbus .
I, and the Bay and is surrounded ved fron New vork nd Ilalt iinorcfor S.IeW1IO1.SaIC :* 1r.: fousivu
by a fertile and extensive body ohand, lying and retail. Country Merchants _:: i 1's Tonic Mixlnj-e" in the Territory Finell, andeaolhe pain. Scourge of the Human Race. tbec'
apdPraciili.nu-rssup. 'f Florida Eastern It cures the worst Felons Whitlow! accompanied, wu"qr.ircs
of Alabama or PILLS
the Barbour part ic'U on an application The are
.
Chcwallec and
principally on Coivikcc the
acconinioJntii
plied on most tri.EDT. of 48 hours.Rheumatisms .
creeks, and must necessarily command the trade for SEIXVSM csuri i of Georgia ; who are .blc lo furnish it, with the INJF.CTIONJ' J.
the said medicines who which have stooilso long as to become CERATE these constitute anw't po'
sixty or sercnty miles around it. There were -vy 2341 Druggist Florida. to all may apply to them on : j'1.te3n
up ._ Magnolia, favourable a systematic disorder requires medicine to he taken inwardly the various stages of tniS
ns to
wards of three thousand Bales of Cottou shipped from terms as they can obtain from the pro apiilicable
this place the last season, and it is confidently beleivcd prictor himself." Signed, to remove them enlirels'. But in most common der. Full!and plain directions, with a pop

: that next season there will be ten thousand bales "JNO. R. ROW AND." cases by applying this Ointment externally ax directed explaining the various symptoms, and

carried to this point for matket ; and this quantity "Philadelphia, O-L 24th 1833." 21tfl it will give relief. And even in old people, wlios tieatment, accompany each box, so "

the becomes pains havo been of longer standing, it will ease the either se.x may cure themsclres. powdef
must jmcrease as country settled. There l 4 i IX weeks after the
dale
| as principal creditor I the Injectiott
of the Pills $1 a box ;
cinnot be other,Town Below Columbus that pain.To (Price
any
S can k j shall apply to the honourable
the Court
' inte'erqwLh Irwinton and as the Steam Boats County ea captains and masters of vessels this ointment and Cerate 50 cen.seach.) ifl
for
; can the county of Leon for Letters of Administration be .
must very valuable in winter it being fiom the original K?
plytMlween) it and the bay, at all seasons of the on our coast Prepared
; on the Estate of
U tfrconBidered that U affords superior advantages year for, doreuscd. William Kinnard, late of said county, very certain in its effects on Chilblains or parts affecteH the late Dr. %V. T. CoNwAY, by ins DDE

the! trantaetioq of commercial operations. Captain SALES.-The subscriber having loca March 7th. 1833. IJ..F.SIMMONS. with frost itlikewise pros yes its qualities in allcli! cesor, and the Sob Proprietor l
AUCTION \thf( ]
? SetU Love is the Agent of the proprietors, and residing in Tallahassee, proposes to do a mates whom they may be had at bia C"n KJDPE.

..-* n the tpot, will eU toy of the Iota privately to any eral commission business,regular Mile days, Tuesday gen Superior Cut Glass. most A large excellent mass medicine testimony will proving the value ofthis Chambers oyer No. 99. next door and HaaGlet t
?izItwpurdtase. and Saturday.He be shewn to those who Drug Store comer of Court

v ALFRED IVERSON, ) will also attend to administrator and othersales JUST received direct from the Manufactory, on wish further information on application to Dr Hers near Concert Hall. Boston, ana b alga b M I

:4 :; BETH LOVE. in the county. ROBERT J. HACKLEY and for sab low, for cash, two sett tons, or to any of his authorized agents. coeot, (together with all those other

JOBNFOasYTH, Jr Proprietors March 23d 1833. 33lf superior CUT GLASS DECANTERS with WINES to The above medicine sold by special -appointment of prepared by the l-- ft*
match. Apply to the patentee and warranted 1 K* *TJ
B. jiflRSON genuiuo.E. .
V
N. B. Instruments writing executed with ,
neat- J. F. DAVIS Win. : Dxrocis
at Maner'a
store i
fl (24ds) B. PERKINS. DFJCca3T.i -
3in.&r7 new and despatch by H HACKLEY. Tahlahaseo
Jan.
; 24lh 1835 Sltf
Tallahassee J33J.
i February 24ih 1831, 27lf. Tallahassee, Ap

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