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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: April 4, 1835
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
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
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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rltor)' I f Fl(1f1J candvlate to represent Zu1a ) .J and BALDWIN respectful informs his frent1 J propriated, to he
I qteS._ ,all the 2-111 :on rrss.if the Uni I nenced Book the public in general that he has fe-com- of the Secretary of \
5lfJ1MUEL Bind n III this CIty, in the store now Sec. 3. And be it
_. l'lipied James .
S' -- -- ) Lynn E"\ii. All
orders
for
binditl ,
j B. 'S'rEPIIENS:1form.v bnuk ViI he executed with neatzic. rtnd despatch. Old- fore any portion of

at Law. Talht1xaee! e-hound, tu March allY pat/ern ith fequired.30-tf. I L m tion the of this net
Joc.trd Jil"'clf --- repair of said
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G'I.t'tnJI] -- _
HAS Junn1' .
and. 'uI!| pr.-.iic'c in "the Conn of A rl- 'l'HEASUHEIPS XOTICE. ver agreeably to the
...u .na Uic inferior Courts of Gadsden, Leon azid LAWS OF Till UNITED STAIT.s 1.F.D AT TilE same shall be

J ;k jon c.o.rt1cs 0- .I rca r. Tn.l Titn.iTi'HER's OFFICE, ) SECOND SESSION TWCXTV-TIIIRD CONG RESS.PLIhIC. the States, :

J.tnt1:1 r.' I kIRSSEE, 3lareh Sth, IB:;;. 5 road passes; and the

H ji\1ES 1'!. SGOTT; I By a n act tl.\t ptSSeiJ nl R-ui.h 21st ,Nnvetiier M'_ __.!_ ,. 1829. it is pr'IJ.d ,- An [ to No. emiilnl 16.' thereafter bo subinrt-OJ-- .
sliM! I.- -- ---P.- Act Jonieni.iry. mi act "an art to au- to said I
road.
furwardm.J1
l's
.IT LAW. I I I h r JaiV f fhp XnAucllon th rise the \tc.niion, construction I U
J7TOK.YLT to he ofL CO'I\UV Connin > ; and mo of a lateral
WAVING lowitcil! liim'clf: in Mont iccllo, JcflcrsonH I i A.rtic, ; ;. :,.111 i -r K of I"/\1riJa'/ : in'' ih '; branch o'ft.'.' Bnltimorc and OlIt:' ) Uulroad into I ApprovcdIardl I
,. COHn'V, Florida, tenders Ins profc ional .strn I (ing on lltne'rs. f.J. qu lr i c I\ch year CI'IflIflCij I and within, the D. ;tri K'1 of Columbia," passed DcI I
the Ctlir-ms of the Territory Generally. H(. I mlor oath, taken! bffoiv ntla1'Y, tr\nSluitlo ihe 'reasurcrffi eem1ihcrhlle 112 [Puhli-
"7 rJctic.c in the Courts of the Cou.i'ies of Loon, s J s i( by Jlim, with some the a\lltJl'I'nt Jndr1 COpy of*11 it enacted by tnO' :cnate: and House of An Act amcndcit.iry nfnn I I

- t'c OI1I J adJcn, nnJ the Courts of Thomas I I time and "Tare, nd for whelm thc! and at what Representatives, of the IV'ted States of Ai i the Cuml :
He ol<" U-nlcrs his services No'v 8:1111( Was mad I (
Geiwi
cd \ I all (-
< At1ru"up\s mcrica in Be
Lown ) fire : Congress cnihlei That the IJa1' it enacted by
.
in'.noral nsli collector.. anti i-loj-rs |lim.punaoaliif said Ia' re'1ureJ to take notice of ns I 1
I and
* icrsOflS} and tiwnti. Office in) MonHcc.20 must Ui' I'iIIlIlnl.cd.cnnli.\r'J1 to it, un.,1 ts UP'll their BInI 1 q timorc mind Ohio Railroad Corni.-11/ hp. and Representatives of the 1i i

T tictll sc'' as.to 'qucsrcd withnl1P 'kliin Judges forward of the County, Couris' arc they are hereby, authorised to loJau; und c0"truct ica in 'engross I t

, (1t )_ ____ _. _ flIhItpproved, the .tJ1ds tlf A urtinlecn rl"Op'rl i in I'ilf%' Certified> : their said road within the city ot* 'a sh'. tary of War be, and J
il' I
.
. --.,:- -C- .\K "r Iii I T E. ses[:: )tf (H.RLIS; :\USTlr..1 :pos, Iflgton, trough rr nine hundred and L."l e and directed to cause I I

.t l .1 ro -._._ _f" U.,1- I Treasumcr'ftJ_ Iu' 'Icrritnrv. of FJorl"j I tight an.ll.elC"ty-eightt i road, heretofore run
1 ._ / eight bundr&u
,
I .I 1'lirL .nun.. :.. .i.
1 .Of 71MPKAfTifK .AW in tne i>punui *.,.,-. lb .iMU "iy.gut, cipht iiiinurcd and thirty-two, I''11."i"/. III me I !

'1 IT tic! Flori,la.'..Taoksou"! County i. and the Court i1IKS f. U.1t'.uJ-' Jfl'. of Florida.T 1 nine hundred and eight, eight. hundred and Ih.1h"d, .'" the State of I 14

. : "r-J' .,.1.1.1...., ,,.Ibhassce- T anueiing of the Boaid, of Uiretors of the I eighty-seven, eight hundred and fifty-six, eight and i:'* viewed" by. so

- r \p"rus.JuI! ISU. tL] __ U'niom. Bank of Florida held at ihcir Bank- hundred and 'ifty seven, eight hundred and and, on >lch ro.view, :
r Kous-e in the SIlrh
-- --- ing Cry of Tallahassee, on 'he iCih; : 1m
road be
to
!eL :: : A.fOlNSELLOK ItERtra!! q) \ February 1833, the l llo""ing; Resolution was rklopicd sev-n, .seven hundred and sevnity.six, seven best '
;t \ 1 ::- hundred and fifty-one, seven hundred and rection, as wi. \
(( AND AJTOUXCY AT LAW,) I KcsilcFfl, Tint each :mtl'en' ffIck-hu1der in the eighteen, in the samp manner, and with tho \'cnience and ii. 'terest t
. ; I''' ill tho Cou.t: of AppealThe; I L 1:1011 Bank of Fbi ida I be and'e v !
is
oTILLpMCi' :
: hereby, conqi- made
., ntt! Jack- same rights and privilenes which are granted it-approved.
'tmrl.< 'J1! Lt'"", (A "bekn l a : tu.eJ and t
appointed an accredited
10'tIC Su1birIir| T'-unory of Flyri.l ; auJ! in F the .x'uKri.rTuOM'isic | for the purr; '>c of ear.; viinz,..iii' elJeorthe agent ofsaid provisions Bank !| to them by the act to which this i is a supple- ted Stairs, shall bo e3:.: ] t.

.'111 II U'rlSt1f ; : J p,".'\t' oouiilles, of i lie Si.utli of ihe :'I'M Sv.c. of its Cliarter, which .Section is inllie ;i ment, for the construction of their said road tween said pointsAppro'e i I
. ','uit of I llicSlil'dfGo-MgM.1 1 llcsidrju'c! '-e word, to wit i :- March 3 li
within
. cru l'ulli'Il.1 ,....) i the district of Columbia, beyond the l
I' tftL
N."C'H I\1' 23.l! 1 ) ) Sec. ":* Be n further .
_Tt1llalia5H'! enacted, That in all mManecs !
. --- limits! of tho City Washington, thing in '
--- ---- -- any
- in which s.avcs shall be moileaned in virtue'
-e J 0I .l\i.:1 S of i this act the p'M''i
oI. ..lTfO\'El' L.W\) with I the 1111s-t..a gel', any Jaw to the contrarynotwithstandinr. :; and the assent of Congress is here- : Ar Art to prescribe the ;
. ( until 'y the ovenant or covenant; to ibo Construction of the said rail- mercial agents, and
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given
, t'n"'l U'lincy% I to A } inlclicol.Bay.: :! : uy
:
I 11r'I': : i;!?!r.u,1fiv1tt(', '! =nJ the ,'."Irto IP !M at the I I contained sad Bank: ill lo said sezhe mort same.agit And shall if be at lawful time'for the the road through *>r over any of the said lots or : Be it enacted by tho

l4 a'. 'j.n'v an-1 Mari.inna: ; a 11.1 ;1n.w. -u: :\\\.\ term President of taid Bank or any accredited any Agent parts of lots which are owned by the United Ueprescntarive: offho'
: tulr -..irtof5:mC:1l: ; l" at Tallahassee. Lcf.crs adrmiubMi. thereof! shall make ica in Congress a :
roOl cf oath bribre any Jud-cof the Stale.?. ,
vn" r': t t'pvJ, '.nIl lie atleadcd to. County Court, or Justice of tlio Peace. tlltl: he vcrilv sul, vice consul, *
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted That the I
WHo {:G.fJ ,
1.t. Fchr'lI'y71h.' h'ieve: that the in-'r'frascr
removing mercial shall
agent,
-- ------ I":' i i'>- about to removeT has ronnncnccil :t' remove said railroad, :Tier passing tlnoiigh the squaresof
.,. \ C\KI D. I ti.said;: !!:ave, or slave- beyond tli- reach .If the} lots above nnnv.i i, or any of them, shall not tify to any invoice, or 1

HAitLIN v. S lELLt 1 laws of this! Tcniiorv! vjohlion of his covenant be constructed west or south of a point at the certficato i is by law : ; -
n- with ihe Bank, ithall j and he Iawt-il ronviction I
00 jrroifATl: .IT /.1 IV. ..1L.1C111CUL1,' Fla. I Juxtice may for MiidJnlffe I intersection of II. street north with Delaware hall on ;
or to t''flt' an Attachmentlica'n. such I
1 ll.c:( \\. ., 'r.,.. : ':Ii"t"5 nriii.J ,1 him with indnsfr I I slave or -.laws, dnoctcd to any Marshal, commanding avenue, until the route from that point to the dompetfMit jurisdiction, .
.ct... t \\1I1 /Im'III.I\: I n t,'. j J-t IItf! I him tosei/1 and take "uch >lave or 1an'.. ;md! final termination of the main stem' ol! saul:: road not exceeding ten [
.. 'i-URNCll VIRES and J A'. I). WLSTUTT make cretion of the court, !
.t.i' :.I I return therof :he next Court h.ivmgrnn- shall be surveyed and approved by the Mayor
)I. <% Jr. F.)T :::1'.''. petent juri-di(t'on.! in the ame way as is provided term not exceeding
--- the 'faI1tw of A'tac'imen't' Vrovid-d Board of Aldermen, and Board of Common
by ren
8 I : juoryovcr .Ji", r'tion.
1:1f.t' fia1's.lfll Giiilllt1 Court.n. I 'hat in any ca o of mortgages on a -Im-e or Council of the city Washington and xvlu-u ,
,; ,:Ii U I. I'.J: ts, I --lave by vir'ne of this act, theinriea,' of surd -'!ave the said route shall be so surveyed and approved Approved Mach 3d]
11', n. > To January 'An, 1S3 j. I or .1a\'cs shall be subject to the same IJCM: created by
dell JJ/lJ R. Fl A'' Dt;r.o\'t:. ) I Naid mortgage.March the ail< company shall be, and they ate [Public

,"i'.'. or UJ. -...Ii Mkf r.oii.'o that this suit has !",'*::11 com- I- CENTRAL:- : BANK---OF---FLORIDA.Tallahassee -- road on the said route, under such restrictions court of lhc United

Mc.'id, ,:, AT: itiiMr.vT, iU'd fnm the Court, and Feb. -7ih. IH-.'*. { I and conditions as may be agreed upon[ by the sN-.ippi.
:-1 i!' 'et. 1 1-u-: Term Abnc\ specified. They are He enacted by the :
I : rJ"1 lIE snhscribeis of this instrution: Ire said Railroad Company aud tho IL-yor, Board} it
i, ''iJ"-d fon>>t."aranl jiVml to 1111' 41Ce1i rat i roll I
in -ai.lrasC. ]H. 11.1. DAVIDSON) d n' tifkd that an instalment of Tun I j of Aldermen, and Board Common Councilof R'prcentativ of the
l!" J ,Urt' S.Mai .\l\ fnrPinir'( : rIrc on" each share has been railed for hy the Board fit the said City of \VashintoI.Sec. t ica in Confess
.---_ : -_ I ]> rectors, and that th" same will b" due an-' -.dyal1e I
3. And be it further enacted That it court of the United Duhlohuegu'i
,
ikIIi. >h G;1OCe'iC:. at the Banking House in Talla'iasMre' on> fl'c first davot
May next. L A. THOMPSON i&. shall he lawful for the said company and they ,Mississippi: now held
The saV: ,Briber has ju:t received and offers Feb. 28 0-id!. p. are hereby empowered to obtain, by gift cr pur aHrr be held at tho *4

Ice 2.1 1 40 d >. Negroes at private Sale. chase, any or adjacent to any street or
s'jjirriiKFluru"? ,
I which s.hall bed by law for holding I
the said
i I; 2i L .z"s (-htcsc, rl" Htf: Af twelve! prim.NEGR.OES[ will be "fij'rptJ avenue along company :
tnl. 10) ch Sitilm IJertin F, i rit nrivatc sale in TaHanasscc!! time second construct their said road or branches, and to Approved March 3d J ::1
I".! .. 'IIC.h1 C\ncUcr-, \v.s in ,\ mil, warrant-d sound( tiul of excellent hold and improve the same in such manner as 1
St'ii't.' ,", :'UI, rli.-u.' er, o.irt: .of them a family cooaisMns of tight, be for the of said [Public. I
,t I Ii : Ih.1..*;H\i.lO; Pi'VS; <;'X f v li- .n JUTvc'y thriving I&'altldl' ldr er., from may necessary purposes An Act to amend an act ,
i d 20 t li\r; L.i 1.J liJio: n t.. t\v<. yc-irs nf ;i::o, M ill bn oiurud two third'. company, or t for the beneficial use of said roador thecMi-truction} of a ) _
iin;1 J Ill d I :j I.lit'11 n qIq'r :' on credit if w'\:1cd. a jirnnc ncro nun a field liaid.nn the branches thereof; and the said company and repealing all acts ,\
kiill.,. t,, 1.U.I\:' .i-MJ..1., ';;. uffir.. t'ld'sy! i.cgro imn, a fitl,111 Mid! uid a unman of shall be authorised to extend and construct the r-io.
< 'cIh an .'. ., caics fur sale xt tV, :'M cook eaiv.stuss, and excellent wash-
> j-ijrt lu .i yi'.sf: Grq = ul a good i
:11e;i tracks of fail way into any lot or lots so held by Be it enacted by ,
t .L:" ::-l tJ !h 'ii.>*sGlM cr :1nlirrJllr.\ m a
'O...1 L ., i UiiF.; II. LIXDKNT.EIIGKR.T A !i.nlv! to 'VdlfiJt'd: or Mr. M-.Miilliu, for further them in connexion with the tracks in any adjacent Representatives of the

i 1j. ...INl'c3i.T; : '.-uj) i..*,:. 2tt.f particulars. t street or avenue: Provided, That the merica in Congress j

. i N P- !'i' ':'-. ri:, returns Iii3 sinceuncknowl- \iarrti 14 _ f".. free use of any street or any avenue shall not entitled "an act ;
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J.t. ,
. t j.,- '' ':'. .' .< \tvxtf. xivc patronage .\1.I'i I Ims.i i4 GOLI-F'INIER. be impaired thereby: And provided also, That of bridge across the
ITII" :
rf': ',r q. .1'; .1, v .j olf} iHiUnoi'.iin 1 .JI. part, j
He[ :' .I'.1,' i4-, tQIJ\:1 ': the iico.le in gr>.t -'.II.!I.iL t _. This n'.i"f' was .rii by Formby's! Po- the said company shall not u-c or employ any all acts already passed
:I:! T j ._ ('I. II. L. { 2I..T ? tl)1I1a"P-Ii mhv's Potomac: was jrot bv steam engine in drawing or propelling tha cars which was aproved on I .

. ADMIM? 1'KATOR'S N'HMCE.PMSHJIS : I C the, JIll Virirmia! Pui
LU 1' LL iii3..h.J to the <.L\lc of WII.I.MM ; Potomac i : was got by time old imported Iiomod road within 'he City of \a-shington, ox- to authorise* a "
time impoifd Diomed Flom/il! in
) was roi by Eng
p
ar r r"q, .J cst"j.1" tIl. i'll"h., Hf. piymtnl tn the '.ii- I I ( *,(P' > Part lim' -ut of Mr Wulcy's j Melioia \by old corporate authorities of said city. swash channel of the t. !
UI'1p uiT tJlm. 1! as IIIdlll'II"- c' tn, > t 'h ri yen ; and thov I F>\-lhc imported Diomod' dam wasgol by Spc<"t.i- Sec. 4 And be it further enacted, That such embankments now ;
,
:11aIlJt:1itht: sai; .s'Mlf.t( arc rcqucMc.d to her dam l I- Blankful! broiher time imp '
t ir- to I
prcal said river and
I"\'I, (hem t1a1\ a tui-itii"xcd; j within the time prc.I Tied lior-c old Janus- the'I1'cillil Potomac's dam provisions of the act to which this is a supplement ot the :

'c, I 5.t1l.J br law, t.i.i they will be forever 1.rI',1.C. I was: Fairy, who was :o: by Pc :asbus, who partook of as are consistent herewith, be, and the al improvements upon i i i :
loi 111 i !;! THOMAS im!. \viirr-:'., I I the luh1o\\ins.; cross: \Vil ail', Fcarnoughl, u"oJ! Kitty same are heieby repealed. bridge, contemplated \ ;
t ninistrator 'x ofilcio.s I l'i.' lltr. The dam; of Formby's Potmnac %'.\ got by JNO. UliLL, construction thereof

&s -an3.--29th: -Dec--1931 --fiJOSEPH r 1-GII11- --- _ I old ( aIlatin-TImc dam\ of Gol .Fitllkr was got by Speaker of the HOUFC of Representatives. in the letter of the ;
% I lhc old ini port J Diomc.il. M VAN BUIIHN, : '
:a. i. J\ JJ ) GUllFi1l'er111! ) stand this season ]nrt of his time Vice Piciid6nt of the United Slates, i said work, to the ; -

S.th IJ-\ just rereivcil from New Or! -ans and New at H\s\'illc-Thc: season will end 10th day 'f; and President of the Senate. I bearing date I -
itBi Mt Yoi ka "encrul av>-inieut of (ioou- usually I: June next IJc ill be let to Marcs for three dollari; Arrno>En. March 3d 1833. and thirty-four, and 'J .
BiI 1 '4.e Wai thi'; :lS0I1.! lio !jib the I the single! "i'iit- Five dollars the season-Eight dal- ANDREW JACKSON. of Uopii'sentatives on '1
tars to insure in fold when the marc -.
a mare payable
,
;l Bert or N York and N Origins Flour I That tbe
I t!I Im ; is know to be in fold, or the mare traded. Tho money Provided, II j '
t Gf> ; for the season to be paid when the season is out. If ment .-iJ
Mess and prime Pork, the money is not poid, pcr*>ns pulling by the season, Act for road the coutinuation in the Slates and of Ohio repair, and of Indiana the Ciujibcrland and- entire cost of the said i t- 4 .
Eastern: must gi\ their note payable on demand.
Potatoes, Onions and Cheese; I ? Illinois.i amount, the sum of
March (1C. 32-3w S. ATKINSON.
Sperm Caudles family Beef in half bhl.s! ; .- Be. it enacted by the Senate and House of thousand dollars,

Niter Hall Powdi-i B UILDI.\IOG MATERIALS. Representatives of the United States of Amer Approved, March

Country and Holl.uid Gin; A GOOD nssoriment on hand-also Carpenter's ica in Congress assembled, That, ho sum of
Itnpcrial .SL. nnd Mcchanich's Tools of all kinds caller on [Public 4
1 Tea the box thousand dollars be and the same
. by ; J Jl two hundred ,
Iro hand, or famished at khorl notice, and on reasonableterms An Act to change the 4
.3.t. J l \\' Domestic. hy the bale; i by GEORGE LANMAN. is hereby appropriated, for the purpose of continuing courts of tbe United :4j

AH kinds Cut Nails and Brads; March 14. I 1825. fSltfJ: the Cumberland road in the State .Ohio i Virginia, held at -

Hollow Ware ; N. Orleans Hum; To JVlcchunicks.A also that the sum of one hundred thousand dollars Be it enacted by l -

rc Peach, Apple and Cognac Brandy; PL ANTEll in Jefferson county wishes to build be and the same is hereby appropriated, Repiesentatives of -

p1 h U. Ail kinds Shoes hy tho trunk, case, &c. :I a Saw Mill by contract. For further particulars for continuing the Cumberland road in the ica in Congress

dCJI l. l.t 'fti:h's to pu:'h..<. Ci'tton, Deer Skins a.d 1\I'plto l\J r. Ruddock at the City Hotel. Slate of Indiana; which sums shall bo out of ter the second of -j

itO S .-" :'nolii, Pe". 15, l 134.! -I9tfth Mtn-h 14. [Pl'.f'} any money not otherwise appropriated, and replaced the district court of 4

3111! hATSot Merchant Tailor, out of tho fund reserved for laying out western district of

tt : 'JtST revived by time snl,scribrr direct from the Three doors north of the Planters Hold. and making of roads under tho discretion of to be bolden at \ .
c nufa.ctlry, two Invoices of Hats, consisting the several acts passed for the of
ntI"I I cU aUin BJ1lGB, respectfully informs the public that Congress, by the first Mondays
Beaver
Caster
Bbck
Drab, Otter and JJ. Ohio Indiana and
of ,
of of the State
; and narrow brims kdi-cted expressly for this has just received a general supply goods admission ally. .
It:1r .
D te Ute ApJly,8.t Win. Miner's store, to suitable to every branch of his profession, consistingin Illinois into the Union, on an equal footing Approved March
II N : DAVIS. part of Blue, Black, Mixed, Green, Invisible Green, States.
F. the
JUSTINIAN with original .
10d Feb.14 Drake neck Green, and Brown Broadcloths, striped I
_itd e 27.t f Drabs, Lavender and Tea coloured Casimcres, Vest- .Sec, 2. And be it further enacted, That for Public i-

'' Shoes and Boots. logs, t e. All of which will be made to order. Ladiesi the entire completion repairs for thc Cum- An Act to authorise

;II.I LCd TI' JUST received by the subscriber, direct from the iding dresses and cloaks made in the most fashionable. berland road, cast of the Ohio river, and other official '
style. on said road, ttY carry :
I zna.nUrd.ctory ftl Ncw Ark, an lnvoicUf SIIP6'Itj In presenting hicisclf te the public hesimply stales needful improvements StateofOhid. t
'cia IW e_ eafldBoothfr bdies anti gentlemen, selecto that no work shall leave his shop without tne entire intoeffeet the provisons of an act of the Gen Be it enacted by

a t i ,;f resst1 flrIus mirkct.Apply.at; Minor satisfaction of the owner, and warrants his cutting Assembly Pennsylvania entitled "An act Representatives'of

UDJ Fe4 I JUSTINIAN F. DAVIS.ADMINISTRATOR'S equal to Philadelphia or New York. He will use for the preservation and repair of the Cumber- ica in Congress i

I 2G-lf _ _ every endeavor to please every one that of patroniseshim Tallahassee land road." passed the fourth day of April one fice at present .
DJV is resident
SALE OF and as he a permanent
IeI NEGROES. ,,identified solely with its interest,he asks the support thousand eight hundred and thirty-one, and of.I in the State of Ohio,

\\TIIL be of the people.March and of the General Assembly of tho State of Allen county, in the
Iof i sold at Public Auction to the highest
14 31-tf entitled "an act for the preservation March
Maryland, Approved
,. r before ray store in Tallahassee, on Sa-
t&e Ithe25th of April next, between the usual hours, NOTICE.I and repair of that part of tho United States
8V'1' \eo 1Jh1owin .NEGRO SLAVES belonging to the shall apply at the same time_ advertised by Capt.H. : road within the limits of the State of Maryland I [Public riliI
,
t'6 I' Henry! Mashburn, late of Gadsden county, F. Simmons, for letters of administration, on 1 ," passed tho 23d.day of January, 1832; An Act to authorise the
. tree ChilNegr .Woman called Esther, with her the estate of the late WILLIAM KERNARD, dec'd as of I
of the General Assembly Virginia tine, to widen a
act
also
creditors.March
an
of largest
11* tMaCh a fine boy about 12 years am one of the ?
'M tar a about 9 years and Billy about one 14 IQ35. site GEORGE YOUNG, entitled An act concerning the Cumber- tine.
. .' :'*an Ia Terms S.Glt-one-third cash, the balance ftt NOTICE. land road," passed February the. 7th 1832, Be it enacted by i :

;1 4 1 l*Wil with eight per interest and approved nbscence A. R. S. Hunter is my the sum $346186 and 58 cents be, and the Representatives of 4

'. 1 r tet 8eturty*yig,for with all mortgage on the Negroes Sold-the by DURING authorised my agent, both individually andal same ia hereby, appropriated, to be paid out oC ica in Congress I
illl necessary papers.
I Adani'Hnntcr, deceased. otherwise council of St.
of not
arnochan, Administrator. the Executor money in the Treasury ap-
any
'M4tb, 1835. [30td] R. j. UACKLEY. March 21st. [32-3w] J. M. HttoTEJl.




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aiif From the JfatfatSU RCpUMiC3 the head of' the ce
; TT't ministerialist, *iio oWad 2ft vote*, tw* nftrted fcy rtonomise expetow as much ai possible, they could ANTMMARftY- it tail will iea the bo tea the

a majority of oniy one vote over his opponent, M. not but recognise the great impof lance, or rather the PROCEEDINGS OF THE j
.- Berryer, who obtained 1The latter confidential indispensable necessity of giving vigor to this pow ING OCIETY.I that the electric and attractive

LATE PROM FRANCE. I ly communicated some carious documents to the progress erful agent of commerce, prosperity and national Declaration of Independence o'f the Young Men have very serious efFect upon ourVhZli powe ?

; 'few York March 13.-The ship Rhone, Captain of the negotiation whilst M. Hyde de Neuville : glorY." Jan. 28. The funds have recovered their I and Bachelors of Nashville, assembled at Celibacy in producing inundations, earthquake IT**'
was French Minister in America. From their con MADRID, ,
tt
Bockt from Havre arrived this morning, having unanimously adopted by t
volcanic
tempests
and
from
Hall read ,
after fall which experienced eruptioflg
they
United ;
that the llth ultimo. Our Pan* tents it would seem that the claim of the States'might animation a and
Mailed from on
port reached only to the 7th of I bf. successfully contested on the ground of the accidental circumstances. the Society. diseases. In suppofi of the theory hT ?
.papers, unfortunately, 40G MADRID Jan. 30.-By the last accounts from Burgos of human events it becomes I
February inclusive. existence of counter-claims, although Deputies When, in the course to the different appearances of this VrL *
of were in the bureaux. The proposition it appears that a part of squadron of Guards bachelors of the community ,7
The extract which,.we first subjoin is a letter present towards r.ecessarv for the the last six hundred '
ih Paris correspondent ot the Courier and Enquirer of the Deputies of Lyons for a grant in favor of the de Corps, are in pursuit of the insurgents conduct to dissolve the social bands that have hitherto year-8ho ing that/?j jPreYailed
have to the comet these
have suffered from the Villarcoo that another party gone years phenomena
inhabitants of that who ; tItC
of this city. We da not learn that the news by this city, who remain connected them with the fair sex, and to assumein I
that th rest
and
the flair of the American indemnity disasters of April last, was warmly opposed in the a convoy to Vittoria ; and unmarried to a considerable ext arrival Merino
the single
presents sallies fashionable circles, lYm2saysth
burcnux. The silence of the members ot the Cabinet at Burgos, have made various against (
of the Senate
author the
resolution
in ne# aspect. The required. laws of reason they are ) on correctness of 14:
any States had been received, and tinrej on this question is remarkable, as in the course of and rendered such other services as were station to WhiCh3rthC our pnnciofc' t

of... the. :-United:_..: ,o tH:.1 the Pn nrli politicians would the last year a hill wa nrfSented bV them. precisely entitled: a decent re rct for the opinion ol the comclary influence, we venture tonradlrni. ct
ye Aulanl.--under- the resolution- --- ai affording a shelter -J to the vame purport as 'that now submitted by the LATEST FROM PORTUGAL. sailed married part of society compel them to declare the summer of 1835 will be remarS

take for refuge thrir A-oiior.' There s-eeins still to be a question -i Deputies of the Rhone In considering the question The brig Neulence arrived last night, having the causes which urge them to secede from the empire I intense heat, which may Le f0 -Clbe

: however wht-ther the amount, of indemnity a- the bureaux, seem to have been strongly impressed from Oporto on the 6th Vb. We learn of love, and to rally around the htandard of the harvest in expected tod ,
the St. John broug n-> papers. troy s< tno "
due and it is by no with the danger of infringing th" principle nun- Captain and natural independence. pans the
freedom
is actually left their inherent wi&
greed upon by treaty that steamboat arrived the day KC That will
be
him
h- of the State with regard to catJstro from a year noted for
will adjourn responsibility evident all ca
Chamber not wj he self that
f means clear thai the Lisbon with Dona M.inn and Due de Lcuch- We hold these truths to re
alL phies suuilar to that wi.h with which Lyons has been from I volcanoes, and other similar
1 out passing on the question at her husbai.d iul: th -t there was great rejoicing men arc created unmarried; that they are endowed
P0Ome
visited and this was not without' its inllucnce j tenburg, ;
'1 The Chamber of Comm rw of Marseilles has addressed ; impression steamboat unalinnable I f remain- The end of 1835: or '
Minister of Commerce on the formation of P long letter the American to t'r.e Treaij' setting foith sortie of the bureaux the rejection of the pioposition I brims-lit die heart of D.n Pe !rii an u.ti! Captain tig in a state of single blessedness! urrrn they are expected to be rernHrki\b|& for ieax
x>n the subject of t'bnrraajf LttJ! inform.* tint it w >is reported the tl.iy PUHlC OW
I if the of the was pronounced almost unanimously. In the 1st St. John : lispoed to encumber themselves with the appendage more extensive earthquakes. Ct
them project
will result to
U. Tho
the law evils be ajain that rejected, and urging its adoption.We lor iustaii'-c, out of JO Deputies, 37 voted j ji he left. that France Iud declared war deal against of excite the I of a wife. That, to secure tins right, all 1836: or '7 will bring u frost ioterzof Cc
1 which caused r-at such
a
S ate* report
indebted to the politeness of the uiJice of i against 'he rncaui.e.I'lie bachelors! should be so firmly tiniled in their common beiMi u has
are gives the following men t.Our. equalled for at least 20 years"pans
Hamburg Correspondent
for ol the extracts we sub steadfastly t. resist the nr.iltiplied
( the American a por.ion accourt" lirec* fr ni Trapse render the truth cause, as
under date of Berlin, Jan. -8:- 'Uurlloy.il Association ot.the earth which
join. Commerce has extended its of, the report impv-Mbu-> 'vulfoitt any su-h information and iusiduous attacks of the fair-the ancient enemy j xve amictpatc wi'l
of Marnim"
operations sutler
6th -The great question, the [ most, are those situated inueF'
::4 PARIS, February. of the to the .inernal' industry of the country, the it would be mos- extremely impossib'c.FRAZIL. of mima U'S native freedom."Custom totheJWa f
t American question is at list, the order day. manufactuies, the means of communication, ixt"., and and the manners: of the age, woud! in.Iced i Asii, and some parts of the south
eri
that Monday ; hej.
M. de Rigny required should take on Saturday the project on of law for thus acquires all the iin|>-">rtnncc of superior auihori- Vrc litwo recrivcd via Baltimore, dictate the propriety of that domestic relation I phere, such as China Those
Chafub-T up. partg
the the.inde.Mii: of'Jjinillionx; but the Deputies thougat ty ltdlrealy cii-.ertHins the mention of building Brazilian dates to the 15th January. AVfind \rhich in all previous times has received the I earth in the vicinity of volcanoes y t1

r I this much toLl early, "and they A> ed the preparatory stcnm vtssels, and is- at 1)rc.cnto'cupieiincoiistru4t- that the politic'i! st ittr of the Empire of sanction of the world and the approbation of so I subject to the t Icctrical phenomena are 7av tit .t'
in the Bureau for last Thursday. jog, at Bn-slaw, extensive works for making t.c ciety. But when a !long series of balls and parties of hereeeC
fliscussnn mills ihc Oder Brazil i U thing but satisfactory. I quakes became the f
ncs. It is building large upon any freqmi.tt internal chafes
Yesterday, therefore, the private discussions commenced eng of wining smiles anti killing gl.incea, pursuing invariably
those in -North America which supply of the embarrassments -
similar to Independent pecuniary which the combustion
bureau ot"nine
live out creates
trial
On the first ,
the same object, evinces a design to tv.arry must ,
of which the Chamber is Composed, decided in favor fiucii ion large Js arc quaniiiu-s improving of Hour and for muliip.ying.cxportiI1on.ur Tne fine of the government, the disturbances that us against our will, it is our riirlit, it i is our duty rily produce a derangement of eIecfrjcitT"necessa Jti

ot' th law :ii rictly speaki'igr. it may be said that high h.id tnken place in various remote pjpvinre, And if while the coinii is
M. HUGOS wlio has bc-n road which lead from Berlin to rrenslau alieadyproduces' to break the silken! chains which "lancy weaves I near the earth
six arc in its fuor. For ronsiderabe! prolits to tne shareholders' had caused urealolarm at Rio Janeiro, where fir love and whiih the teaches with ele % Over,
7ia.ned reporter (rapporteur Commi saire; ot ihe5th imagination us I charged trCity! there b &.T ; &aI

is, as deputy of the town of Bordeaux, in favor Fonif rania re-uams' the of province travelling least and provided conveyance.with those opposed to the Imperial government so loudly and so familiarly to embrace ; and in cavity of ih? csrh deficient of that lUSt

1 of the ministerial project, requiring, however, that It roads STOCK and other EXCIUNOE means, Kcb. 6, Half past t o'clock. were availing themselves! of every circumstance ;provide for our future safety amisecurityin[ the rush into the earn nt tiut ; flulttj the :r.
the Ministers shall furnish additional dot-umcnts. I ? confidence. "Hall of the abode of freedom anti the 'rhig w
Celibacy
It have to ('c.stroy public ,
experienced
The funds excepted,
Spanish
tflCThe
be too hastily concluded tnat this trial is take to Iwvo been tfci ra>e in 1436 _
lJ I. Tnut nut cons 01 UK i.ivorauic ..nteuigcnce'lroln It that the Gth ultimo at night a home Ofpeace. n arX*.
m ,
quence on
the of the chamber, for 11 has been improvement appears; when the .
of vote sud
decisive New York and th- hope entcitained that The of the of ladle's in this pies, <: rending of the
history race
observed that in the bureau the question was by no body of armed mon attacked the arsenal, in present earth lol"The
the bill for -f milltons will be adopted.F.onlhr place is of encroachments the destroyed 40,000 hbi.i biIns
made cabinet queMion it -mio. r a which African
means *
,
were deposited some
of jusicc, of equity anti nationalhonor ( A Y. Star.) rights of b.icbelors, tending directly to involvethe.n It is to be h ppd thit greater i
a question irregtzTj.
3 &tnpy; thus aiii'flg tie ic ,nitlLsterlalists whcerc The packet siiip Rhone, Capt. Roclcet, from Havic captured on board the brig Rio de la Plata, by in absolute despotism. To prove thu, let ties or c.xtrennti.-rf intbv mthcr than mi''

Hot in favor of a rejection; three asked for mo/e ample brings eleven days late news. Every thing is deci- the English corvette Raleigh, and about 180 site facts bt: submitted to a candid world. had! for twelve mouths tvhi
vill
dfdly p.icific mid couJirms; our previous; pteudcints > visit
The >aiatioiis
informal and more ample docunifiits. slaves carried off by them to the cries of iHasat*
who.c will be were They have refused their assent to offers of marriage
that ilu-
amicably adjusted vt.-d I .
the r jection ot on an cxp< vlrstiaS
did not require
thrrc other bureaus Down with the English !" Th Governor of -the most wholsome anti tor the \tsitant. rents
I until the [li-'roint.eCoirespondent.] accessary
-4 the law bit: a Mi pension of all discu Mons Kpidcmic dist-.ises, dOUlr..,
American, nation, ..y tueorgin of is reprrs-mauve* PARIS, Feb. 7ti! 1815. the city immediately caused strong pitrols to interests particular individuals-thereby manifesting or a.FccU-U by tho r jp prodm-ed, 1.T10Ii

iad tunic known if it adapted the hostile mtcntmr "I think can with safety cong-atul.ite you <>ri the disperse the rioters, amid tranqirllityvas! restored I a disposition to exercise the veto power, I attnospher.-, iKilnhtMhrthaaftHMpAtreara

of the President or not. Others require.! tha1! w" pro-jdv of ai amu-aMe tfiinination of our difiicnlie the with which the unjust custom of society Iioi clothed different stalls or quarter* / opittori I
nine o'clock.
I I should stop at the first estimation of the ndci.ity: : Appeirance>! are dnip.. umiiig a uioic favuiat to city by i iTho them, to time direct injury of fallen nrm. I in any way conntctcil: w th .vcvolutions: of /
and others ii\ fine, tin! new Imc1 /,- )le ape'i, ant since the arrival ot time concdatoi v government of Brazil, had solicited of)
thirteen millions They have refused( their sanction to the tie! comets is with
: marriage I ;u question not
Influential s-e.ti\eis: maintained j' .<-id abie jfj-ort of the Senate, I think 1 can siy with Dr. Francia Dictator of the pti miq so
1 tiations shou'.J! be opened. ; Paraguay, privi- of others of the community, unless they solved. the v
.
had rujht to amend th< i cor.\eucc! that tl.ere is ac-irccly a doubt but t ho Treaty -
l that the bureaus no constantioi tci reject will pas' th-i Ch.iinber" E\s't\ cut of ti / eof the l'' rc establishing some commercial (fictoncsin would! relinquish their right of choosing wives for hidtir

.E I proposed it simply law ; that evprcs-sing it was inure a desire th-t Mmi :cts .HUimtee, tr whom all ihe documents hnve l>eenretuiivd. that Republic, hut in this respect, his Imperial themselves ; a right inestimable! to all young men, Qcec.n lifters at -l-reusion I'nm.-Otmerft ,

li ; .iirt.t t1ir jitsrniimi tn this otliMlon. are said to be favorably di'poed, and will lAlajesty was as successful as General and formidable to match makers v., { oiu maidsonlv. t must iteCtiIL ,! the intcopi :
; mesioIiemma; tint Ihc!
ic b.IL4& & Ip i..lin.iaiftrjs
which might) involve a jnst c'aim' to indemnity on thcm.vsol icporo, but doeumcn's ii-jf within which two in thv tluec we-iks, fi ota Santa Cruz, President ol Bolivia. Dr. Fraw- .1.. I is: that of tiie rollers: in other words luMvy; ; the of Amer.ca.; All[ the bureaus, a < w. asroe mui examine; i have called! !large nf the Iiin1
part cia hey together meetings
not declined Ii Stmrt'i'im
only dwith producing a gh the lef.vanl
blaming conduct of th? French Mi.u-iv.is in a id n> we cv> ;tnii'' to recoivf lavoruole n-ws iioniAtncri Caving: any thing to : slim sot tie

.. in concluding the the treaty of Ia31.- rh-y gs M lar even -a, the f--lav- b-Ticfl'' ;al.'! I tho !iJrnjtilian hut ho also st'uion-d some ex, at placewhere our attention would! be directed island, occurring wiinout any apparent ramp. Ail

l that the 25 mi.luiii miy !h v- ted i, whim a j Ll'io ti another Corrcbivindcnt: at Paris, Feb.7.] 7 to the beauty of their !persons aid the gutter ; is tranquil in the dstimce, tf e.-5t-a breeze scarcely Wit'nil
assert with
as to the frontier strict orders
to
.. on
i clause cw.drinnitig the condm-t ol t.r! Iri'.rf \nv (*"_ !: m Ljvn* ut tlnart rprices midl be.int" j troops of tlieir dress, for the sole purpose ou-xeiiing our I n;>ple.') tfie sin face of{ the xvatrr, when h'gtiswtlli -

isters in the affair, and doing jMi-c: tw t.t Kfiijj tliink! ihi( goc'ik fc'r the C'-mingseas-.u wll go out maintain t'.io non-intercourse system with the imagination and kindling into a flame the liying ;> t'.ravcSi.is suddenly observed! rullini toward
of America. as huh or n'.vir'y a* h gh, as at the past scison. The subjects of his Imperial Majestj.-N.Y.Cou-[ spark of 1 our love. I tne island At tirst i il aIelr4; to move sl-iwlyKir- :h

1 You may br convinced that the ChamVr will di- ditffie-icc bottt'vCii the two countries, iuae, has no nor & Enquirer. They have ridiculed and sneered at inclividtials I I ward: till at :; ? it brrnki osi the outer rcefc.Tiie atti

',- I cuss the qiics i-ui wi'hout passion or rc-eijtmcut, but iinp.'rtuit inilucti upon business op -rations; indrcd repeatedly opposing with mvi'v: liriin.s< those I swell then rrrases VAC ,
or
ti with calm deliberation, and thinb that they jt'e will be lequird at ttflr tfte igh'-tl./r '.-' r MI'iit in cf the rxci.e-j.ont. ot there was but aLi Firm Jamaica.-The ship Orl.it brinrr- dates encroachments upon the rights of unmarried men.Tlicv I 11 i it reaches the l ench, ,v/rre it urges hirrsts with wavemj.tremendti lv
Le infoimwl of Deciding. puc. good11It
to every rctl'ivJ -lfroni kuie' tout ) the 17lli Febrnarv. All alarm hive endeavored to I increase tin* nopulation >tis fury. The rohcr.s in and .
The following are the nine !iuni i' nprs wnosc .. I-- now to a itain y that the 4 duty it is to ma'ie' a circnuMniitial report of the pro I ana i anj.u ji iiig an heir lOtlnt: tin one. 'lli' :.> j jUN tpCCt;img the partly emancipated slaves bad: sub- of tfn! stallfor this purpose procuring the in violence until they tiiri a ti-mrlc antI

.. ject of law. I give them in the numerical! order ol IIII; the Prince' Vrc ii-a in the hirric< g'onnd.Maivilh' si.k1. Some: little difficulty wtis; bowe\vr, expe !legislature! to ruluce the hithei'o moderate tax I awtl.l;I jj'atultur, af ti:rdin<; a magnificent sight tollif 4>n
I'-t burcaue M.Ganneron ; -, t'.i th.ri! .mmerctai of Fraivr reiet) ii tlicm' work thfir iial upon marriage: licenses.
the bureaus nnd'by their opinions: my : getting to ti ; qu.intntn. ( "pcrtator, aid one which I have witnt&sedffitliulirmlfd catalar
MiniMciia.ist, favorable to the law. M. K-.S the aino ground t as Lyons m favor t.f th- A- \ ( t \va< feared short crops of the staple commodities They have keot among us n p.uititii'le of dandies I enot'us of terror and Itltht. A tuff

Meynard, thtame.. M. Ue'.es-ert was one of the iTiean treaty. of tile Island! would l he the result. Emigrants to PCM form those services which! men would! ering ?.'a rolls!1 lorv.'ard m the island, liken vnt
c-immi-Mon jvhish in favor The Wi !." int.-ml o run, n.l Will ai
*
of the last was probably be
majority carry iron so glad to perform.
England in number 452, comprising .lire nf ; < it cure1
2f but l.e d-clairs Mr. A'ercike! ; a? the r vvk.i I tvaters tiiM-i ninjj, n> were to *
of the ind"mniiy of & millions, now t > the next house ecte
; that he is ol n very diiT-ient opinion nnd tint he will Common?, ni-'ead; ut .Sir G M. Ullrivate iit oI. women and children; bad arrived sit Annatlo Bay They have affected to render the female! irslcmlent I o;> u; pile on pilestrrrCvrds! with resttss! torce,unI tft a

.t require further documents. Mr. Dttcos requires ( Com re ponde>c, ) in time Flora; they expressed themselves highly ; and superior to the male portion: of the I til, nseetitii wiu the in' hin .tlet; from the shur of'I '

moHe document. Mr. Dufaure oppo-ed to the pro- PAR-S, tth Fe:,. 18o5. delighted with the kind trrinient tliey received. community.They licneath,, tiicy! ri.f |hik --i tvtt, nn.iaredathcdRtJi

jec1, also required more diplomatic information. M. To t'-e CJiu/i.t r'f the 'oir.r r.nl L"q'bTcr: A curious phenomenon has been witne sed nt have combined to t-tlicr to subject us t > I nmetuio.; lury ui; t..e': l Itiiig line c'the d>a>t prailuciiii -

:' Croissant favorable. M. Floury de Chaboul.m, foryrr'y The vote of *l hi cnate, on the motion of Mr. Clay I Jamaica and New-Grenada; many suppose it tbe petticoat jurisdiction jurisdiction fore'ii f to our I : ctltim1f! ;;; nuiThe btc! i is oflrlnati'd :

: P-crotnry i<) tliA Cabinet of Napoleon, favorable has arrived most opjiortun-ly to piepnre the m nds of caused by some sudden volcanic action in the constitution and repugnant; to tho I.i'vs; nf tiatnr..'. : \\iih tam the waters ?w
vcr ?
to the nrojei t, and M. ds Rem'isat the lot iL-Puties fo.- a tirahc! aIlIfratisLactor3decisiofl For I trinity
contrary. Tbe
neighborhood. relate it rakirg into favor boiiuof dandies.For .
following extracts large
,, M. Berryer, who is oppo cu ti the law, appi-irs to on the question of in? indemnity. TJie report'-rs to : I over I fie plain, tnrl ll-c very l1nitse' at Get).'::? i;
.. ;- haVe pid rn-at attention to the sn .jcct. II? has chosen in ea.i of the nm M-ctioa of the Ciiambrrs Ext act cfa Idler dated. Mary'i 27/A Jan. 1835. protecting them, by their smiles rm.l I n-Hu- Tov/n anshiK*"! by the fury o'thevavc<. Be fr .:

.. thro'.vn mrch ugh on jT' (turin; the (lICtISi.fl; his arc ail, 1 believ.-, in favo; of an imcondi.ionU recognition "We were visited wi\h\ a peculiar phenomenon ence, fioin the just ridicule! to which their hre-icne* ) tic: princip.il boa'ily ol'tl.*" irene conM".ti in tie

object is to juify the restoration for hav.ng tiuscdal of the treaty -As to the issue, therefore, there in this quarter cm Sunday la ; indemnity. In :hi? IIP i is seconded: can be very little itoulit. particnhry forcing so.neof our acinuunancea t.> '
powerful, by fine and still! -no breeze blowing marry wil.i Putn i rid s.r.iv; fir as the wind; blows otil M ca j
the ex-minister dc Neuvill- The latter -yet again-n timer will.
<
Hyd
Hopti- the air was filled! with dust-the chairs and tables shore, tiii over.arhi.g fo;> of the wave mteis resist tiolny
.. ty of legitimacy -iates a singular Circumstance in PARIS, 7ui Frb. 1635.ti For c.irryinjj; us to balls anti panic, to be dan
the bureaus Under the restoration, in hii r. arac- tf F.dihrs rfmc Co'tritr cnl Li'q irtr: I br-cominir completely! covered with it, and on riiinir I ced to death ii1 order to retain their tavor. I :nice, and! i.scirrie-1 as it were, hick pjjinrt

I ter of advocate. Ii" presented to the Government a The oium ssion lormcd of nine to a neighbor, he also rennrkcil the peculiar For interfer.ntr in with I the curl .fthesvv'a': :idtiuss tlms it .hiys eeijrJly -
the
cases
petition for iud 'inuity. which hi Am-n an client electee: by the bureaus of the Chamb-rs ot D pu.KJor -- i kind of haze the atmosphere hada snmeil. What of husbamh, exciting many their mothers, and sisters rights I !: above i*, a.s il rolls firin'jsIy inivirJref' exe

lixed at 7TOO3 francs' Charles X. refused it for fear I i-ie examination of the law of indesnnit of tl-: i made it more strange was, that we bad very bad resist their |-mful fords to I (V.l as"a b-ti-Ii.: ;pnjie! ; while to ri M siiJI ra 're nits

of opening the door to these claims This same United JStates assembled yesterday and appointed weather some time before, and only a few days and masters: and causing I : beauty, the sr.rsbt.imsire te3a-tt.il front it liens

claim ha? been settled by ihe treaty of lfi'51, ol which th ir Piosid'em and Sccre'iary. The first i is- Mr. to its occurring, but not sufficient! to cause to be inflicted: on so many of our married friends I all the va.ted tiuit' .'fa rair.b.>;7.t noSa

Louis Phillippe rcq ures1 the adop'ion, and the American r H-.Mianin Dclcsser:, and the second Mr. Dticor. I du.st. Oji the the any tin horrid cur'ain lecture, a species; of punishment ,

Government has decided that th individual Now that the report of the S-nate is known neither rnois!. and several contrary of ground was quite more lormidabiu: to husbamjs than the dangers of ai ?o <
time roads knee "iIorir. c.-Thcbri Caro7ine
Psion had no right to the of the 25 deep. On the *
reparation
iju war, nor outraged dignity, nor danger to our commercial inquisition. Span;
millions. ) relations-! longer thought ot. A ttcat.on is Sunday evening, between 7 and 8 o'clock a hiht For suspending the free will of bachelors ar.dT cd Jr.tcy[ at Hc.ItrJ, from '.imrica, after a !Oin

; Tne Minister has undertaken to lay before the I entirely directed towards the fair amount of ihc j I drizzk, 1Il. On going round the field the follow1 declaring themselves invested with full I and tempott.MiH; passajn* After h-wg bets

Chamber of Deputies all the docurnn's required, claims. I visited yesterday afternoon three political ing morning could not help remarking the strange negotiate marriages in all whatsoever.powers to I atw>uta '.vvek ... hrrv.nr.Lje, the man at she whmcI byW

but the printing of which will be very rvronsivc, parlies (I! solons pa'.itiq-ies) and the general opinion I Iappe.trcto appearance time field had-- the cofiee trees in par They have abdicated cases I cried out, "a K.CK :i he.mJ'I'he captnln ran fnr- a
end almost useless When they are furrii h\l, I will m ; to be that tins ticular their authority over us to SttI ir:
year there would be they appeared as if ashes had been thrown which 1 ward; and di r >vered a Imat. It conhlinell
tend you all that are important of them no subsmy voted for the Ameiican we were so willing to submit, hy declaring
indemnity; that over them, and slightly sprinkled with water. I vin men, bur ;,, the last state <-f tvrctchcdm prctjn
fit 1
The reply of Senate to the Mt'NNar wiiict] the us subjects for the attacks of oli
your treaty would not be recognized as signed by the I had the maids and ,
curiosity to brush off of I and one .ie. I at the bottorr ;
the man
some lyir'
received the r.f
Vas b-foie
: by way England the nr- King should then marriage seeking in the
uccau we have to threrc mil! dust spinsters (:tmnIrnuuitv.
fiva. of the Formosa ;mJ Francais I., pr<.diccd hero lions more for inters :. The Alm-sters'aru pay blamed and it i is diflerent from tl-c color of the earth They have constrained our fellow men,* taken I who> bo! >d tu .1:111 dr..n!;, and a ;jr.rt rfI war

a great sensation, and disk ocd the minds of the j f'u- baxing recalled M. Sfrruritr bi-furc the opinion here, and never having seen any thing of this kind captive by them, to war against their brethren. I flesh they !:a 1 .''.! on iiuhe morning! 'Fm ti'fI las-

,_ people more in favor of your rights. Tint <-f your ; of Congress on the PrcsiJcnt's message was knov/n. before, I beg to semi you a little enclosed.! The For this them I 1 terersvesv the .'-'y survivors of a crc'.v ot H- tihiti

4 other chamber is expected. It would nfiord vs satisfaction negroes were much astonished at the time, and purpose of inciting to dwell on the I Thuv had In-en i'but 0 days in the boat. Jri ?. Ea ::1
to learn that Pre iJcnt was aloa. in his made happiness married life-which happiness, it i iwoJl !*
your LATEST deal of "
FROM
good 11Htit
SPAIN. remade bout it. t simfl'z
I a known i.s ig! '% Irit mr' tuzt1ecmnI eahiflfl
opinion, which would then, being: personal tc lion IU' thr to aided only on the assertion! of
n<- ship Empress Hartshorn TwnIrid th
Cupt the
longer affect our dignity. ] of Commerce r-ccixvi Mudnd Journal Extract of a letter dated Port Antonia Jan. 27ih: hcn-pccked husba ntis. I hunger, and) particularly Irnni lhir>t.

PARIS, Feb. 7.-The question of the Asr.crkr.n indemnity j jacu! 5ivc, being nine thys later than papers the to advices Jan. 20thj to Ga pL. IJurgin, of_ the_ barque Murdingo, reports Against these_ !: attacks we have often petitionedtor I and died in the eonl.bitterness, bear ihe of pat.g of dr.ink thirst sail fit) watI iongrI Copei

has been examined in ;he 4i vaju, or sinnd- cIvcct via France nnd Ki.gland.! that anom 10, r. M. on time 2-ltli insl. com redress. IS or have we been tvanting in our i ;m'ny

ing co-nmittees of the Chamber of pcpmicr. The The discussion v.-hi-i! commenced in the Chamber ing down under easy sail, he perceived that the attention to the ladies. We have warned them I the: consequence was they liccame IhirrnVflOVCr"1 Jerangt'rtdied. that'
investieatiou commenced with an inquiry into the of Deputies the Will I The first victim hail l een
on relative to the insurrection air was impregnated with some substance, which from time to time that we would not wed thai u
motives which indiced Ministers to mlow the Presi on the prcvioa- day closed j! qjrainst I the second remained the bo.it, whose ra:
wn.s the
t on i.-Jd. the in
Among on of lie our wills and .
appearance daylight discovcied
to better &g.t.ill
dent of the United States ; to contrary our judgements.
to that hc the :
suppose comnrTence Deputies who took "
a in it manifested the irreitiirc i crivmfj: !
Messrs. body
I
part were be
brown We
of the Frenck Chambers j a very powder whicii hail covered the have reminded them of our-uniform h IL
;
4., was uaae-essary to Abargurs, I'utron, Isturir the de gdlunlry ucerI
Marquis Soinertr- that hi. sliipmateasutlerinc
., ; the fulfilment of the trea'y. Tiie interval which had los, and tic Mii-qus of Monte-virgen. The dibatc | ship's riiTtfiuii. docks, etc. The same was noticed and love. We have appealed to their native fte> htmijer _barelsurviving_ Lb

I elapsed between tho-exchange and ratification of she was introduced: by a violent attack upon mite Minis':' r j the following morning hy the Captains in the liar bleness of soul and conjured them, by the mar I : under. f fVtUb paper.HOTSL

treaty and its presentation to the Chamber was nelL of War, charging him with itmis-ii'-ss in regard to boy, a well as on the estates and houses here, and liigetiesto let us choose ourselves; but they kiuW e

;. t made General the Jackson sobject of severe comment, inasmuch as the war in the North, and with: neglect of duty in 4t continued to fall! till last night :> have been deaf to the voice of icason ami love. We I lnxoNs : ; : haIl]
whoj in consequence of the promies not preventing the insurrection of the Ibth. must therefore
The 'Extract Ittitr acquiesce in the which
if a from
Santa Martha necessity
$ made to him, confidently reckoned upon the adoption E'-o del Comercio, in reviewing the discussion to a Gentleman ( Ii' TH'0"VN OF aUKN'CY. the c.
of the hill, had conceived himself! authorised 1 In general the charges s-ys, I; i'i kimgtm dulctl Ecb.4, ['3j. urges us to this declaration; and hold them, as we meatGaze
brought against the Miiiis.cr respectWinfcniw
to dray upon the French Govern raent. In ?veral of have been suocessiully repelled We have no news of a political or even of a do the rest of womankind, enemies to or pt-acc The subscriber

the bureaux Ministers were taxed with having furnished neglect of duty in not preventing,the especially insurrection that on of commercial nature; but we are all alive with a and quiet, and the industrious promoters of marriages I ;: the public,that he Iiasag.in opj;

incomplete and mutilated documentsand with the 16th, when they had received information concerning physical! phenomenon, that excites as much interest and cnrtaiu lectures. eti! a House r.f Public Enterianmciiiw"'I 1 t

living kept bacjf the correspondence which took it on the evening pievious. The Ministerof a.s any thing can, in a population only supplied We, therefore, the Young Men and Bachelors own ot (.tuiiiy, and hopes by his usual a"011"*

ace between the United Sates and the French Go- War, against whom the charges were particular; with half an allowance of soul. On tie 23d ult of Nashville, do ordain and publish' this our Declaration busincbi, to receive t liberal aharc of public f P cot
Vtrnment previously to 1831. It was also alledged ly directed, maintained that he had of independence age. Having lately purchase from Mr.Jasns -
his in the btr
that documents which have been discharged early part of the day, loud and frequent in support ()which we form"pic
meagre presented in the that House
duty case by directing the I.ir-jtf and commodious
Captain-G' wrai to explosions the sound of mutually pledge our lives and our rights to poltte
to the Chamber contained no memoir or other papers be vigilant-especially as the information he had resembling the guns of a marry. teceiycd Signed for and in behalf nf
from the American agents, clearly establishing the was mere ague rumor, and as there heavy firing at sea, were heard here so plainly, the Ani-Marrying{ havin-f re. skcn his former sta.id at the coraereiferson
origin of the claims and producing evidence of their intimation that it-referred to the troops. In was no I that the general impression was, the sloop of war Society, at Celibacy Hall, assembled the 30ih aid Ailanis streets, he will be preprcdt0t ter

amount In rer.lv to these charges. M-nisters ureed of this position he read n rnmmnmVnnVm frnm support id a Fly which was known to have left C.nribinrpnion January. 1835. commcdatc travellers and families vthmtliug mh P' Lobe

the impossibility printing the immense mass of Superintendent General of police, aid another writ the 18th, was on shore somewhere to "Lee. DICK MARRY-ALL, Pres't. with private rooms. Tl

documents tbat referred to the liquidation of the accounts ten subsequent to the insum-clion, from the Gefe In ward firingbiirnals of distress. The same noise Tom Coart-All, Jyc'ry. His Stabks arc large, and win be attended by'letit'

; adding, that if required they should be comImmicated terimfrom all whkh he drew the inference that he had been heard at Carthagena, Rio IJe la Hacha, rate Ostlers; and as formerly, will beeP,,. y4j Capiti
to the Members of the
Commission. The was under no greater obligation in regard to this affair and at Bogota. We arc lost in conjectures AN EXPECTED provender. J. '" PCIH
Ministerial insisted the -none COMET. m
Deputies on impolicy of Sr than the other Ministers. The most remarkable It auincv, Florida, March 13, 1335. __. <
: linelting fcom France so old and firm an ally as A- charge was made by General Butron in regard to the satisfactory.volcano must surely" have proceeded fioni THE COMET.-A magnificient comet is expected tin;tI
a -but where?
merica. Almost all the Commissioners named in war m the Northern Provinces GADSDEN LANDS FOK SATllE I
where he (Bu'ron] to make its CO. iy a
the bunmix pronounced themselves in favor of the was when the rebellion broke out. We omit here When we add the above singular circumstances appearance during-the present authorise 0 seillhll
it subscriber is
' grant, though from different motives. M Dufaure because it is stated ia the general report of proceed to the report similar noises having been heard year. The American Almanack states of Land!, Tiz- tileb

appears to be the only member of the Commission ings. Although no resolution was adopted by the aboutjtbc same time at Say-la-Mar the Jimct that two .wiIl return to their perihelion, andalso foUowing TheEVstbuUWiheS.tracts PbIi

whose opinion has not been gained over beforehand I Chamber, the t'Q propositions whichvcre of! the ashes that to their perigee or 27, Cong
: to the measure. The nominations ed present: I were lately observed to tall in points nearest to the N. E. quarter of Section
were not being read for the been
warmly con [ President
In the 1st bureaux M. Ganneron, a Ministe self authorised to, did not find him many places of the Inland, there can be but little earth. But, as from some unknown cause," North rtnge 3 ot

: rialist, v as named by a majority of 23 votes against we bdicve that the proceed time occupied to their in discussion the ] still I doubUhkl the whole oriijinatd in some remarka. says the editor, "the light of these bodies The S. -.. qr. of Sic'ltOU 27. the S. E. qr. ted
memorable 23 the East half of the N. E. of Section?J of
21 the ble volcanic We t
Mv debate eruption. are full of qr.
nuznberobtainedyhisopponent5 Salverte. has not been lost. The Deputies have anxiety to seems to be constantly diminishing; ttis doubt :
conUicingS33
: In the 2d bureau M. Meynard exercised further N. W. quarterTallahasaeeAIaicli2i.Section 34, "
26 M. a Ministerialist, obtained with entire freedom their right, or rather learn ;particulars.- [Herald.! ful whether either of the two will be visible to 32 3w i1IN1" itUi
votes
Lepellier
his .
; d'Aulnay, ppponent, duly, of interrogating and even Ministers -
accusing
; 18. In the 3d bureau M. the naked eye, or indeed without the O
Benjamin Delcs&ertwas and have availed themselves assist SUbfl1
of the lv months after dttc shall enci
named by a considerable majority. This Hon. Deputy demand the liberty of the press and civil pj.pominiiy liberty. The to A paragraph is going the rounds of tho papers ance of a very powerful telescope." But a. SI cc tints and Vouches as, we Executors of tne Co

who was a member of the majority of the Commission Ministers on their part, acknowledging the right of the import of which is that a large part late English paper, the Falmouth Packet John Lester deceased, to the Hon. the Coontj
contains
-
of 1831, has abandoned the opinion which the Chamber, have responded frankly to the inquiriesof of the plate of the late Commodore Decatur a notice of an it. for the County of Leon, and apply fir adis -
interesting work Lieut.
be then entertained. His opponent, M, Mathieu the Deputies, who have by O7e
only 7 votes. In the 4th bureau, M. Dumen, Minis, a foreign intervention expressed, as have themselves likewise the against was bought in by the Bank to which it was R. Morrison, of the Royal Navy, which speaksof J AS. LESTER LESTER. ))

terialist, was named by a majority 23 votes agiins Ministers, though at the same time they have intimated pledged. We understand this was not the the comet which will be seen between the WAJ. 326msifthe
March _
; 17, obtained by M. Bresson. M. Ducos, a Dpputv of that they would not, in case of necessity, refuse tact. The Batik did not buy a piece of it.- months of May and August 21st 1835. CoL,

Bordeaux, and consequently in favor of the indemnity such assistance as it would not be degrading to Some of the most valuable pieces were bought as a most 'magnificient Union Bank of Florida
was named in the 8th bureau. He phenomenon. Which of those
) obtained 26 receive, coming in the of mentioned StOCk
. ,; votes, M. Isambert 15. ?1. Dufaurc, an opposition and not in the shape way of an friendship intervention or recompnce from- by a distinguished member of Congress from in the American Almanack is here allufcded PARTIES who subscribed to the Capit lmem,

Deputy, who was named in the 6th bureau, obtained their friends and allies." the South, at reduced prices; and, and when to is not known it is neither.ir. on the 22d of January las'.

34 vote*; his opponent 14. In the 7th bureau, the The Jfary.-The Chamber of Deputies on the 23d it was intimated to him that it might probably ''lieutenantMorrison -perhaps by requested to come forward and w' 'P ISt 'E
ejection wa In. favor of Ministers, M: Croissant Jan. states that it will be farm"fW Bonds and before the
appropriated 5,882,412 rs. for the construction of be disposed of to better Mortgages on or 01 V
havjng.obtained 31 votes; MPSVTS. Bipnon and Cal a ship of the line ; 3,113,9(0 rsfor a brig and advantage, by which splendid than that df 1811. It is evenaffirmed April next. By application to the Cuhilr Band *

: men i': The choice of the 8th bureau was minis; corvettes; and 6000,000; rs. for the purchase of chip two a email sum would be left for the widow of that it will afford a degree of ..lightequal Bank, the parties will be furnished with bl8flk

r terialist; M. Fleury de Chaboulen obtained 23 votesM timber. The Echo remarks that, "although the De Commodore Decatur, he generously relinquished to that of the full Mortgages, and will be aided in prepariug]
that tail P'Z'this.hasc
Bcrenger 19 In the 9th borea, M. de Remusat, puties were ttniversally animated with a desire to his purchase for her betufit.-JYaf. Int. will extend moon- its for execution. M( HN G. GAMBLE,
forty
over
degrees- -and that when Feb. 25 29tt






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.t" of the rHIHE'subscrPm n"benN'tUm"1T "
has jusf received fran ihfi Nur- ila" .:
t jl11.il BEl9 not JL aeries of Wm. Prince & Sons, of Long Island, ; THE under the .yle HAYWxlRD ( '
:
8't. AL ter of splendid collection of Dahhaa, which he offers for I AUSTIN, repet'tbtly solicit a cominnance of the ;.
sale! .
. : cATURDAY. APRIL 4. give ot: this at the'New York prices. Many of the:Tarietws patronage heretofore extended tl> Richd.} Hayward. i .'

magnificent plant are inconceivably beautiful, RICHltDH.YWAItD.THOt. .
icra r'd[ by Col. White, to say that thethre am and combine the nchcst and rrost varied shades of U. AUSTIN. 'i

rat qu neighborhood are request- ; which nature is susceptible. The collection here 0( March: 28 33 lw ;

??** w' c'cry Post Offices where they [ culated .I tered. is unrivalled m beauty and contains the most N. B.-Those indebted to the subscriber prerfoto .
ril at respective splendid varieties of each class. to the first of January last, will please .
letter to the pcopk of Florida, name I Apl. 3, 1835. 34-lw come forward _
tQd E. and
LOOCKERMAN.
j'l d his jjrciifcr settle the same by n >te or otherwise i
friends and opponents without dis- friends RICHARD HAYWARD ',
_to til A ; kNew
1& ) who desire that the I 9.il1lUl -

Jrat c:, ( post Masters and rcad what is addressed to them'I'I' a G EO. WM.1 GRONLLND Professor of Music Goods. I : 1
"forms
report respectfully the Ladies
1rt: *Jrt'cdirhen an opportunity: occurs, to di -I Tcllahasace that he will be happy to and wait Gentlemen on Ladies THE subscriber has lately received from New j ."

their respective neighborhoodshU11ay 'I having Pianno Fortes that stand in as follows a small assortment of DRY" i :t
need of
Circular In : string. GXr(
Jts. consisting of articles
his We and usually called for st '
i Gtf ing and !
he
| tuning, those
who have died assures that
addressed to I may honor this
I be persons him with} season:-Together with a general assortment 0 f 4
of calll!
I a
the hal the
';: .__,2 ...'hin the las: few months, tiiey; are re- !I ; a instrments shall be tuned in SHOES of all knds r
and :
J..ct
. i ID? :.0"ct.; ;-.'.r to any onho mr y have i been :j L lion I suppenor Apply cube City lasting Rote manner.! Mens fine Calfskin BOOTS, : .,

. CrLi into the -Givelight G azette' I ;Ir. G. do. do. do. SHOES, .:j
} has lately come country. rest.ctfuly refers to Ocn.Thomas Brown da. I
do.
I' -fd or HATS &c.
Mr. J. :
% Shepard and ;
j Mr. W. Veilch 1
i6 With t
other
many articres which are offered tow .
April 4tb lo3 ;. tof :
Alajor f / ; ,
cash at my Store In Monroe Street, next door to}".,. I i, .
Jrf rr 1" Whitl'1Iat'c1'V a hin f.on for Florida, and j dates, : JUST recsUed per hst arrivals from New York, & Sturges. WM. H. FRANCIS, Agent- for-- -- \ 1.

I 'Cch.J to t'trriveiri' Pcasacola about t11S.I rances also Lady Washington, from New Orleans: ADNAROWE; }
; If eII 5,000 Ibs. B.icon Harps, Sides and Shoulders, Tallahassee, March 28. 33-1 w.ICP I i ...
l 1tII ti :'iry 100 bbls. New York Canal Flour, The subscriber also carries on the mannfai i
'
, Vnurfifltr. \hat 50 do. Western do. do. tory of TIN WARE in all its various branches : :

Jri. .' b5 I .-This )l"n' congested nn.1" deeply.1. had in ] 50 do. Prime Pork, persons wishing to purchase the above article either, :I t
was terminated on the 16th 10 tierces Louisiana Molasses at wholesale or rerail t
. ... 'on iver\v, not be a are requested to call and examine l '
'ia'm ".1.. decision of t e Supreme Court t'f3CS 8 hhds. do. Sugar, for themseh.esV.. H. FAg'u for A- R.
..8'r 'br reversing the iVree of the Court atif 40 kegs New Leaf Lard f "
"jIIC[ .US by laj. [ ] 75 bas Porto RicA and Havana Coffee, NOTICE.
otho numerous occupants on the j
Dr. account 400 bushels Coin subscribers
, uch THE having administered on the es .
I :_' 'pcoaid have wivhed it otherwise. If. lu-w.. 1 pipe French Biandy, or< Joshua Croom, late of Leon countydec'd, I' <

'S ,, cUuaants Lave a fair'title in ]Jaw, secured may Pilot Brcad. Cracker &c. request all persons having claims against said estate J.j
i.of Ui' i
\a ,ont man: \.1 contain :.dU after on Toetht'rvhh! former arrivals makinc complete to present them properly authenticated within the -,1
I j'\' 110 things nnd general assortment. HKN11V! BOND. time prescribed by law, otherwise they will be barred
has benothem.
y. : and supplication, I' :
l' 'r:1.rc petition : i Tallah '-iec, April I, 18J5. 34-3w bv the itllute. and all persons indebted to said
I cs
::
r. '. \ That they have s-ich a t legal and a can tafe. will please make
Pt.l payment immediately. 1
r1'
11 I Iit ;Ili1 is a,:'nained by the highest tribunal :n no tL1 Dar&: n m I. N. GROOM .

I S dis jn-ruuJied a'llce: f"'r purity and intclii- no dis ) I R.'.' .' J.I.'f. ill ht !"Ist Office at Tallahassee, 25th March 1335 |133t(1| K. M. MOORE. I-j,

'e < ":!.: .1.Jn cxnlird moral rccitUJeafltl 1 characur.affair sed to ( 31stdiy of .\l trch, 1835, if not taken out by the .; .- .i
trdfQt
'f" 30iii June, will be sent to the General Post Office New Books. ;
finiOif I -The ti.le is der-cd .o be, and do ail dead letters. as i-
1tb is th date of lh" Treity.te JUST received The CavaJ.ers Virginia, Fri" -
"uve been-ratol fro-n! A. I
Lewisnn '
mpera ]
The I'
Pumpkin, Coquet, A Winter in t 1t. ) :!
oC vho} 11.1 I 111\"t been 0!) th- lands o- others, zelle Adams, Rev Wesley Leonard, Thomas K West, All n Prescott Sharp's Letters, Excentric ,

; ,''1,1 I1O asd canm-t justly complain of a dccisi.u.jfhdf f their Ad Adisjn ms. J Esq. Linn, J S Cllc S C (<) C mIaractcLs, and a \"ar Miscellaneous and School if;'f f
JunesAnders
'I'e the ttlc to !lle 'rue M. Books. .-.-I,- -O .
true prpc'iy. 'I
!""iiin any : Stephen: E. hnnVilli.un n. Thf' Relii < Sjnvenr J.
'u : f'r 1835. The Token andT
; wilt 1 II"t it is ufidentlr. cip''ctd, daim La k Asliton John '
rrc I to MIlroeVilliaiu P. Souvenir 1 >r 18 3. WM. WILSOS.'.
t.t.. '"x On u> c ntrarv.f are a 'tlrc.1 by thos who e B. Moore, Joseph I >;arci: -Jgl.i 33tfMarshal's ",jf
: !
-, thai fr(: WJ'I:1I! r W1'V,: be >!iucI1.i. [ Bryant William McDougald, Mex I __, :
tr,
i I, 'I Ifaiiv have been iiijurul by confid nee, in the Cry. : Bemung, Tbornas McNrill!, Sarah E. Sale. .'1

l 6 : ol 'I lMlS e\vho !fnvmade t .is t title: a 'tall ng i : t [ Billingily, John P. I Mucrhcad A Esq l'l.trtnc of a writ of fari facial flOm the Clerk; '1
'I -uii tv4! > induced] I Bnrgrs.William .Micklcn, Mtihes 'V Shp"rior Court: for Leon County
fnvtir. 't'f' muM setUe t'lo n( ( l1ntb.j.'n -.j
:
,Pr /:)t (orpuV.ic chance Branch, Ilr.n. John Miller, John I shall oTer .' r -.:le ar r' li- a -ction, for cash,'twc I .
rt \\'jitt'ha..1Ilrana"r! nit, sine.h"f .-. Bronson, Arthur MnncureTravess D Lots with th-ini.rovenu-nts{ thereon, situate in the. .

''IIe I '; tv** th.'t 'he "n'y tu-o d-aib.s,. of the title jut'hil ( Brady, Linnear Murray, Barns II City of Tallahi! ; and ignated in the plan I I .\41

.,, b'fl removed aud ti! !'niiu would he main- J n(1t Branch, James Montford. Elizabeth there ofXs lots N ,. 11 ; and 115, pointcJ out and lev-rcxi -.J
I : urge, James J Myrick, Capt John o.i a< ix,1 i. Tnt it ''i '>tpa.rab'e\vlen! a.ssfi:td! a--ain I We: pripeitv i ,
;
: Baldwin, John Martin, AbsalomMattox sold to di-elnrse au execution in favor of R. W. .j{
have uiTerid 1-y *.li'crc liting Ids Vfhito ; it
ind
.r:(': t: any Baily.Col.Villiam! V.'illi ,. .
his Alston
Ii Hampton: (2)) 1m 's & Co The sals win be made 09 j f.J
jpii..v: it is D rolls fault. I and f ) Bryan James Mural, Col A the first Saturday: in May next, before the di-or. or :

::1 I Ji t ian easy matter u' jmi' c fraud to v-ha! i i.- not (!! Bonlagc, Pollv! Many, Daniel B. the Court Hou e bttwecn Iegrl ho r.t. f .
, : \
'':i.j"r"h)!, nn.t t'lOlP to bdiC\! it u-ht'n agreeable. riyht l his Butler! Davi.fB N. T. E. RANDOLPH, Marshal. 1.j _
\IiIv ; C. NntUlI. "VV B Tallahassee, March :!8. S3-tf
ho ; !
fl1r'hrr'C 'h
claimants
c
0t: ':: m..rllNJlg / \ :
!
I mon:. CArr, Willi.unCrews Njr.nun Grace
.1- r.'lso! !! i :?!f C'Il"1i: ,! on bn: .'rc.'!ito sui.l at mo- j i rcat \ :: : Louis O.Oneill To the Public. !' '.

\1" ".11 ;f.-i: 'f, lullv: belli'' hat tl!l.v viik-jiieiit of..' *t tho" : Can'plcllVil1iau C. Cotton B aT knowing the place of residence of -.lcssr. 1

r. !'.MIC< K'1. WK! c.j -1ue a uvwra in th! growth i Coptland, Evclin Oliver, Robert B 1. "A. Case & Barber," w! rntlCC herewith, .

.... "' ;:'rio-y: : ; thk finf jv :tiua or Fl"t ida. l posed : Croom H j U ((2)) Old Thomas, ((3)) that we have received 24 boxes of Merchandise oo 1 .
no.e. hundred } I ,,I at Crornartie, Ji.lin P. their account per brig Aldebcronlo fioni Charleston. "

IV' .':'vjilJT: ; ; <':.*.:J in our p:pr of last wr'\'k, contest i re Chnppcll, Benjamin (2)) Prince, George W C. F. DUERR&Co.M. I a ".1
) Carr, li II Proctor H.urict (2) Mai ks. March 30 1335. ((33tfJ,1'1
,.. ?. i .:,?: M'lsf tlirrrt 'rnrl< \vai! Lu'crpool, divided l ,

ht :. \. '0: f'.: ,.:. 'rt ,.".: (if Iiv--, (..1 on1 L. n- they (< I' at Carr Chairrs:, \Viiam, Angelina!: ; G. Penny Powel,,Jeremiah henry Jj We arc authorise to announce I !

tntn : ,:.r : -,. ..1..1 n > 1 ju si rr
,,. ::'1 ILZ i!,,' ) :::1 I'Jm: \, n;; .i.!..'cuitrs tu if this t'd Carroll, JcsssCampbell J. D. 'Co I Leon County in the next Laudative Council. I''I'r
',\. '.' i : A W of Ky. Parish, Col. Richard March 'J8 33-tf .
a.or; "r. (' \: C U! ion Uauk Ii''a
st i: A: '.: :.' :"' wi !i !ij-'sn'j t I ';r2nt l".cTif:!; < 10 any e \ : I' n. Cloud, Joseph M Penny Mr A LL _interested, are_notified that.' I j '' .
ubcn I Coston pprsons hereby .
",4 i I G orqe Ponder, Epfir lmColcm11 (
w.f. ") '.r VPT a; .- r.nd Plaut'-f: .viili ::hr view E -JjL the subscriber has filed a petition in the Clerk '.
the Nancy Poils Joseph (2) i
n. '' ? .: TI: J.i L.verjv. anJto wljjni a pomt-n I D. Pa.ri gc:1ptJhI1G( ) Oino of the County Court of Gadsden county, for It : ., '

re .: :.., ;- .:; ", r. H .i'; '.(', u-t'rsned. t\ bite Dalton, T (2)Dickinson ) It. division; of the estate of Shcrrod McCall, dcc'd., latt j 1 4 .
t. ,.- How 34'I'M'I John I Ritchip, 'V. X. of said county ; inJ will at ihs next July Term of I i.!

t"to r, f"tli'f'J't! :.! I'r. (I (): Duvallrs.Auavay Randoloh, Augustus W said Court move fin the appointment Commission ;i';;
: :'. I ers, to divide and apportion said estate
.., Jo= r'h Roberts James lPudlcI:7.hl,1 agreeably to" :
Dyer, ,
> |
, \: I ; n>->' :t1m Aniorai vessel any one I claims of the respective petitioners. .
Richarlsor Da'iiel L ,
". .:\ I :" :. : frji h ns.n-of.\vir oT' Han..ft. : : .
1 12.
1e 'tn'ert ; : VC1 J R. H. M. DAVIDSON, I
Diclterion William Martha
'II ; ... ,:i : :.: : !'M'jrahe ;;1)t 4J': .h.* di patches U hite 'E. Reynolds Ru'ckcr, D, II Petitioner- > Att'y for Petitioner. j'. l.t l.tthe
:' : '" C.:. ul: ut Ilnvaan lor'varJed : i
i-y express tj duinry, ynrch 21, 13.:. p -Jm) ,
:Ir- 'r..i.tt.nkA:. i will voto I i : of 1:1Thomas S ((2)) Reynolds, John'r' -- t

..itIC I T:,- ; !iira: 14"'. rclh1 no little c cit"ll'ntI' I ito trio. i ; I Failey Jacob. Randall Ions, Cani3a, Thorns Ea -. NOTICE ; I" f.
,
TX weeks after date the subscribe'-swill "J'
e' : ; : app'i-a. : ce, \n.l.as \ve have teen no explanaLt but not I Figg, B 'nj-imin-.... P I ROJS, John,A ((2) S the Tiiilirp cfthe County, diurt fnr the erinntvni'appljrld" t.

t .: : .o: ':i> r '.:cn: ou. ariicl-* we will explain he Balance. rergiia"ii, WilliamFootniin :. I G.I'l'cpn. for Letters of Administration on the ez.ao' ;:
,
eo *;:; '" Our TIcrs ar-awnr-'that Government I him in a : Edward I Smitzer, DaidStrickland of Capu John HilTs. deceased. M. CLUE, ,m .
J''iilier RobrtFfrgu.s.in Cain
;, ..-Lit. : *,.son1 y 'ar< an :'n' in CLI. :, man nmonji Q.11iol"}. Marc 23, 1335 {f33-6w JAS. Ll'NIER.oj.j. t
re I Tyree GFolkrr.K.M Stansborry, S 3 I
:. :?! "oi! !.., ) t
Ii per nr.n-im, h-: iJr? ir.ci.levtal x- I: in ctrnman, Jac-jb 2 ;. NOTICE. : ;-

In 'f 0 ', l-i'i.7: Jicpaj'-rs 1.in M.U.'r-'s! Cor..c, com I I !1 \: Faust, M.try Ann I Shi-fTer, Richard weeks after drfte, application will be made to.; ;. f'

:1'JJ\i kai.tii: s< I\ ib<' P.rchns"! On the day the! ; 'etw1i': : Felt, John Sm-fzer: John j SIX Hon. the County Court ol Gadsden county .- I
*
;.: 1:1n met, ancithcr! ".?"nt was despatched! i!I I I Fisher Col Geo Sr ((2)) Stofctly, John for Letters of Administration on th. estate of Cap tam .: -j

1\d') ,1.:1jJ.: viih tlv? Cor.u! ii: ovojhnuiinj 'he i l l'orll Field, J W Saddler, Jerry R 2Sclienck 1 John Hills, late of said county dect.lst d. :
thai they G. Edwin "
JONATHAN ROBINSON.ceunty. :
: 'a.\rrhivi-smaJ 1
119 nn st iinpnnai.: discovery, 4. ,
. their Grissct, Arthur Shcprad, John S 2 Gt\r'lsden March 18, 1835. (32-6w) ; }
'R ;'rut: tl,.,1 n v\-a<; <.C'..t forthwith t'. Nc\' YOlk Griffin, Moses Simmons, Thomas -
f for the ] -
('I :: .; a 'I.: c.luri r, aa,l f.>rvraideJ hy cijircc1 to ( Glenn Robert F. Snel Stcph.nV.. GROCERIES. .1 {

I.. ,. :,.1.:1 lj .f.. ..1 h the Siiproin-1 Cuur. before the I tho p : Gaus, Benjamin Simpson, William THE subscriber his just re-.'ived per Lady Wn .h- : .
r I These Gcddis Alexander Sanders William from New Orleans! jnd fr
Somerset ra"
I it :z:1i: orJ o 'er After th-; ex -i i cinent of an cxj j (ion ; ;
':JM had MilisiJrJ and i apply to j c. G..obby, T H.Giabam Shannon E Charleston, the following GOOD, which be will nii-.
with her hundred I
turner
'' !. D.\vid Strickland John pose of v?ry low for e.ashor approved paper: '
Itc tI ii Lii tli-.iu.t,.l a thousand "urmiscs on Goff, James Snburn, IOteen 10,000 Ibs. Bacon, (Middlings)
tI
f. at lt I.:.'a.l'"C. and the} < .,'J /tifj/rs were in lr(:.:h. 'I tf! :miln's Jcf. (2) Stevens, Mary 5,000 Hams, I 'i
.-, aj. for Gibson, Wm. M. 20 bbls. Pork
: r.i-c the forninl! nnnouncem m of hot -- i varied Sanders Timothy ;

1. ii. ', \ ithhrres.ih.5hc rnpcr wrC1II.rclI into I : ; II. Stevens, S CSavage 30 Whiskey, j .,
19D t- shandven! i; IlHThmasLHi Mrs Mary 30" Rum, ,/F 1 .
!
: :
toth-G.: ofii-e to IHJ prii.tcd that i I h but ) .
'1.-L no lfv. Capt Alson, (4) Simmons, Henry 20" Mess Beef; .
3t : tlt'nkl <.f; tic: Coart might rcr.l at the same I I J..posed ] ( : Hail, Mary T. 10 hhds. Sugar, ." 4

ri Ii'tn tic uMiid. rarer tl.nt was to Ilo"n so re.1 Haile, Joseph Turner,John 50 kegs; Lard. .

; C.j'rrr.er. h.no. sky! high At len.ghtbe! ag'iin Howard, Elizabeth Towers, Frances 20 bbls. No. and 3 Mackerel, : .
paJer .
ces, Hamilton 2 I IBarlry. 5 casks-Ri' }
Isaac Thompson, Wiley ,
lei : 'rcu J Ji t is iiujToisiMc to describe ;he ridicule le : .
'..: 1., tiinwi. and as Joseph FC Tarry, John L. 25 bass Coffee; :- 'i
-
'IIJ 'lltu n tie 1nlIter, \v'i-n it turned out other (': i I I llaile, John WIIill. U. And on Consignment, '
most lapurtant *'.cYlIment:13 tl Jdnra'es !. Samuel1 Upsher, Thomas R. M 4 Sacks Sal, 4 casks London Brown Stoi ...
'Crc c' :io'u"vI 17HJ, co.nmnni'-atcd: ty Congress byu stances i Hunter, Dr James V. 4ft M.r o and 4 qr.casks Madeira Wine from London '

1:1:!./t 'rx IftO :, pun cd in ilitj I uHf laws, 1'1 HI! chosen i Hagin, Nancy Vic ers, Ezekiel' docks. R. H. BERRY-
'l' ,' ral hut Harris, James M W. lUnch 28. 33-2 _
TiN )1. .If th. iau-s-of F-'oiida' and i wADJUTANT .;
ahtady j'
- Hunter A R S Wilson William -'-- .
( "n and \ ,' [ j '
- GENERAL'S
; reuised by every m mbr of-Im Court. ; J Hunter, William IVilliams, Naihan OFFICE l
Lad Lava f&irniet: ll copy of this paper fur 1 [ } -. Harris,John White, Elijah Tallahassee, March 14, 183i. S JIt l 1 "

.11f the iiMBi the War Department, the number of eJcclire Mililiz .
RWijgms
Johnston G
cawns 'VVhitaker
postponed, and wLi"h i )have been twice The! ,
Y I -3K ;ted K. Michael within this Territory, to the end that the juota. of 1
ui the Pje.jjtt.fs! Mc :riagc.V every di Kennon, \ViUiamhitc, lion J M Arms authorized to said Tern lory, may be furnished,.

I'c I'IJ ritory is Kendrick, John W.itson, Jonathan which cannot be done until the effective strength"of ih; J : '
:
\ militia is roada known. It is ordered and directed ;
: copytbe ryiovir'.n: ; :n:c1e! irora thj Pcnvacola ployed [ I Kerr R. B. Witherington. Saroli f 1-
l lI therefore thai the Colonels out the
"J.e I If I Kinnard, William Willis, John A through Territory; f.
. : J n lay in cur power wvould: i'tfer soaicv' 1I rich by I of Ker, David Watson, A JrWilliams a3 early as practible make cut and forward a rosU -

r.I..' 0c .:: Mtot.id! t''Tondui-B'Edi.or of that pacr, also I Iprililcgcs. Kirksey, John Drew to Brigadier Geaeral Call of Tallahassee by him to be ,_
.11
tt1 II!J ht be condensed and submitted to the Adjutant General oj:
Sccin
lo riav''n very sensibly i ] as to the L Willis, Lewis ,
t. lCL1)Q) ?ccu of hjs rar.yj though) in a"iomcwhat Long, G \V (3) Y.Yaumans thai this necessary information, important to thtt :. J <
t views 1 of Florida be seat the War .
. ttchu'y lo Lee Absalom Territory may D.cpa i'o
' -tram. We a '1ir.- his cunsiancy in dcJjc Amos .

., kruCln; t" gi,. j ill, a caUkC which he confessesiei5 : ing them Lewis Lindsey:WherlatLa John (2) You vj, Catharine Z. By ment.order of the Gorernor aid CommanderinChieL_ : ,-7; _.

,
'li:'! furt'-.cr ic:i stance is of no use. cannot \ ing Charles Zoller. Andresf222 THO'S. BROWN. .t ,
. g rtiB: ugh i alllS lo"1 but honor> lic neither offers toi the Lamar, Basil ( lellers-34-3wJ (f31-4w Adjutant Gen. Florida Militia.

i? .-''U'1et3r: ; claims: the previlegesof a neutral, but could Persons calling for the above Letters will please iCPThe Jacksonville Courier, Pensacola Gazette II
in hli and Apalachicola Advertiser, will please insert the
ppp; ( itun to Col. White to the as t. This I advertised. I. G. SEARCY, P. M.
say four weeks.ADMINISTRATOR'S.
e.14t.ori.bo1tc\"cr above _. 1
under mistake denommai7 .
?t one 'n tax ") -- --- ---- -

|; ; i efflcnd4pfCol.Whiieapar y. rrtey arc uier4 complain NOTICE. NOTICE.

.1 ii: f citizens actuated neither! by ambition nor AT the next term of Leon County Court, as administrator LL persons having claims against the estate of 1

a'a : h pt of. cffice-who arc saisSed; to plain in the people >- on the Estate of George Dewey, ]I F d &HADRICK ROGERS deceased, are required to
'.'l service shall present my accounts and vouchers for settlement present them duly authenticated within the time 'prescribed .
one who by his lcnts and address ?
t ;ti Las wdonc JOS. W. KJ.F.IN. bylaw-Those indebted to the estale, ore. rt.
public
: alt and tlan could have
more January 25.6m I quested to make immediate payment. 0
expected t"J :.clopc le resources of their adop- of time NOTICE. i March-21st 1835. .I3l-8xvl[ R..D. RCGERS..

.1 'thtOuntry.In a word, they constitute a majority The : A. .
for subscription the Stock of theUnion NOTICE. .
t W"mmS! aili planting interests Florida, and words in BOOKS Company in the Territory of Floridawill IX: weeks after date I shall apply to the Judge ot

. t'l'C r.1 cnnt boast of "* hundred Atarf/ whose; "did s I be opened to-morrow at 10 o'clock at the office the County Court for letter of Administration

;; I arnbition outstrips their talents and pri i- prove it, I of Wm. Wilson Esq. and continue open sixty days. on the Estate of Wm. J. Mauldin; deed.

:.ther ca.n. at least claim the merit of possessing ig ,, Tallahassee, March 27. .33-tf JOHN SEWALL.

: 1teIligence. and diiinttrestcdness never I to NOTICE. Marianna, Jackson County, Feb. 2 J {28 29-6w.)

ttt L. r UIllty f P01"056 and action to be deWI 5illed tlemen ( ] persona are cautioned against paying any SIX weeks after date, as the principal creditor t I
lfish told me ALL of to the honourable the Court.
views and personal jealousies. or Accounts belonging to the estate apply County
The those e I Anthony Lambert, deceased to any one but the subscriber for the county of Leon, for Letters of Administration ,
Crf j following is an extract of a letter from the lad of who is alone authorUed to receive the sanu on the Estate of William Kinnard,late of said county -

Ults GADS EN, dated JOHN LAMBERT, Adm'r. decealed. H. F. SIMMONS.'

: told me I March 28th 1835. 133w.] March 7th, 1835. fSOtf _.

'F 'ii.ARtLNNAJacksou Co. March 19. which I t. 1 t
.ENGR./lVI.NG.
NOTICE. ,
lIJykfzr:
; Ir-It
wa my intention to have my proposed absence from the Terri H.Throop, n&rarer, Bank Notes, Map,.
,-; _'Q time to have visited Walton and DURING Florida, Edward Chandler and Charles O. 'Portraits, Heads of Bill, Bosfo and \ &.

: :4twu Counties, and to have extended e ; H. Da Pont, Etq'rs are authorised to aetai my Agentsand I ting Cards ,Diplonia Notarn) ftpd Soaety Seat .
".tL8L to Pengcol The indisposition of r Attorney in (act and at Law, jointly and aevi- Door' .., and all kinds otNt4IitIflg; ex'eeutecl
*W, however : ,. rally, in both of the counties of Gadsden and Leon. ta a,uperOr manner. /8neckrfjPK| Lb9eea
1 tb detained me at Waucissa FE\ JOSEPH'H.BEABROO at Mr. Wiboas Book Store.wher .Odtct'.Ieft.
e last .
week ; and as I hve to be in the A I. Mardi 2SUv 1335. [3J.Jml Tallahuaco.. March"1.9th W35. '..;.. "'-. '.. .",: ,

any QImondlf\riU be compelled co; ApU. _,'t'r".- #. .. .

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S ., S ti ,S. 1. .- S S I 1'1\ :.AD S.TONIV' LL indhu4jU)4he NOTICE. eit&te ,
& persons
'" tf
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i t Wft& b.s & il1nt of,Ac Coutfc-ftoom, in S EDWARD CHAMBER,. Watches,. Jfettelry, Sb 1 JOHKSO deceazedwIfl' "Tnent
_
MIXTURE
Marb (for .cash tin the SOth'of ; ,
) Monday r subscriber has JUst.re t1 and those having derfl ndsiHJie I
.
TTORNYA' LAW. a .f
t April next, a tfoero Girl named, Delia,,leviedon; as 5 THE '.an additional supply .AD' t law duects to, '- .

I the property of Mrs. Mary C. Winn. to..tisfy,*DI 13P Office at residence1.. of JEWILRT; SILVER .NTI-COSTlVE PILLS. Feb. 28th 1835. 29-8 w 8B.EB.I'iL. '
i execution issued from Justice ,Briggs* court on the TallahaSs. -March 7 1835. 30tf Sroozcs&.which he offers $ which have Tjccn .=, reC
: "'-" of the attempl !
I : 14th lost in favour of F. B; Whiting, as administrator (J> NOTICE !r for sale on his customary reasonable IN consequence spurIous ImitatiOns or the aboYeabiable RE./VOV.B1'IXq.'b.IQUl4. -

: Sp p ,of.the estate of the ,late Allen McGrady dec'd., the next .July Term of Gadsden county, the terms. Medic1U to impose s on the public the proprietor ha coc'ded and Sold by'fi. S. .
[t ; for tUe'use of said estate,again*said Mary C:Winn. AT and vouchers HCNRT W. TODD, administrator FREDERICK TOW L1. v Iht-fucu.ily ofcnng the sale cf (b Jt.xlurt Prepared BER.r J.D, .

I, I !a1jwiihin- the'kour* prescribed by law. I of JOHN H. TODD, deceased, late of Gads- Oct: 4th, 1834. (8tr) \ 10 on CIS few tt4 lihed agentS .s are just sufficient, CoIIcpply .gist i NORFOLK, VIfiqIyjj fit

t G. G. HOLT, ConstaHe. den county will be presented to said Court for a final The subscriber has employed a Watch-Maker direct the regular denumd. A full. supply of these St

; _St. Marks, 14lh March.1835. (82-30ds) i settlement on the part of said administrator. At the from England ; and assures the public that any TVO r \l cdicines will be const ntly kept by the 'Agents the, mm u t IUii'\tt- -

i. STAGE' TO JACKSONVILLE. tame time, the said administrator will apply to said entrusted to him in his line, shall be done promptly whose names and residen'ccs are annexed, and wilL |R. S.extracting. BERNA O'S E O'\t 'fl n L1Qum

: The public are informed, Court for a discharge from his Administratorship as and in the best manner. F. T._ proprietor 1cihes it distinctLY understood, (hit he i all kinds of,Oils, Pauus, Tar. and Gri tot

that regular Line of Stages aforesaid. JOHN J. ADAMS, net 6- responsible Jor the ,gtnlineneu oj any *jxtiere from the most delicate colored Silks,"Swiss; Ct St
: a I
S established Att'y for 11. W. Todd; Administrator, 4c. H. A. PIERSON & C s old CLf his by any persons, excepl Ia authotbed gt71lg.. Bombazines, or Velvets, without J1mbgmthe 5 -
I _-______ has been Q.uincy Nov. 3d, 1854. [13.6m1] mixtures hnve been made and sold in consi.derab1e their colour or texture. 1ttl
between Tallahassee and Jacksonville via Suwannee SptU'ioJIs in Leon and ,. ..
nd
; quantities oy twO physicians This rtcc ,?: ; valuable chemical rver
Springs; leaving Tallahassee every"Monday morn- Orleans Packets.The and perhaps hy others, and will fered for ,
counties the *
,
Gadsden sat by ai nberl-.jt 'Ks te-
: at. Jacksonville on- Saturday-from schooners LADY WASHINGTON New \ ork and elsc'ihere. al_
inland arming be imported from sedes the -
lOUbtlSS
S necessity .dying, and the >
(
t whence travellers to the North will find ready con- Capt. P. H. SWAIM, & WASHINGTON I Those, therefore, .who wish to procure the genuine cation is gone. Filty cents Scoure

.: t Tcyanceto St. Augustine S'ages, and toScannah Capt. M. SWAIM, will run article en be sure oC getting it onli/froin the agents. Bacon Merchant breeches wonli will sec'l
I -by the Steamboat. Fare thro zh each vr-.v 8 25 00. I the month Packets from.critidsDfQrl.J't.\
regularly during season, every as gentlemen Agents in Florida. months. It acts like a cha
rn
I "in.25; 1"35. [25tfl NO. C. HARRIS. between New Orleans nnd nnd St. Marks. Tailors The foHowmg up-'n silk, Ofthe''Wt ,
fln Tillalnsscc.Kcrr texture by instantly .
Merchant F B. Perking, General Agent at removing the taints ,
) Dec. 13th, 1334.-IS-Gms or
I. Marks. without the least
St In alFctin-
tor the -
New Book Store. 4 Stnrsjes, Agents fabric ill4e 1
; 1 1 imme Gerardin & Wuy I James C. EcCl s, 'do>. Quincy. most inn terate lodgments of wax upon Coat .
has received and will
subscriber open
; before it like dust before
M.ckasooky. fly
abmh
do. .
.
S. J I I THE (next door South of Mr. Maner's store) Watch Makers and Importers of English and FALLAHASSEE,
i i ,.assortment of BOOKS and STATION ART, and would French Jewelry and Fancy Articles, Alexander do. decent in old cloth, s at the least Of appe

i'f( r.t be glad to supply his friends and the ccmmunity in received at their cs Thomas do. Chxttalvochcc.Thomasville. It i, offered to Gentlemen at .'-O cerrfi-e 3
I general, with any articles in his line on the mo'st reasonable HAVE .. F. Potts, other sorts of aI :
have
can it
; ; his is not ?hmcnt on Monroectby I \ MilcobnFurgusorr, do. people at the Sime' J
assortment yet
r S I Very generalhe term expects Although to make it so by shipments already late arrivals from New York, : P. 'V.Gautier. Jr. do. Uan\nn.! ?; the No nncst danger and ne-d most>delicate apprehended.1l in Using 1tet.
.r'l' a large assortment, among which &Williana do. Campbelltown.KOWAJSB '-n'r"i -
Holmes
made nnd others to be made by tftc first vessels b illik
so commonly advertised
arc the following: ROW AMD, Proprietor soap in oar
JOHN R. "Ilj '
from the North.
t t I Gold and silver Watches, La- removing oue evil amost invariable nrojnr; J
He has also the Christian Almanack, published expressly Nov. 1. 1831. (12-6m] fdoub'e size-nor does it require an *
j dies Watches Gold Earrings, the
S. t.I for Florida calculated for the Meredian: ofI -__-- prtpa .
of all other

S I Tallahassee the and which containing he offers local for matter sale either in relationI by thegross Chains and patent Keys BrccXStpms, Gentlemen, Fin errin ai'd s,Ladies Watch .g--- S ,-ike.ans) Only. alittle eno.1lter9-such clean water. a 3S ordit1 hot irons$rO: 1VI 1 J
to Territory -
-.hnl7.
Oil
I r" Guard Chains Shirt Buttons and Studs, plain and or G.Cle of by
I dozen, or single copy. stands iircctitu,':, 1 '..., '. _
i Dec. l3. 1831. 18t! JAS. S. LINN. cut glass Beads of every descrption; Ink TONIC MIXTURE.A "''-.I tr 1
i can be extracted irt..7; the
Perfumeries of the best most
Bronzes, &c. quality patent The 1ldi. FULL of tlis'aluabl! medicine is. < "Cate tv_ (
Height peJlsable. supply just Ie4Jl
pels without
f I1 NOTICE. Pens Ladies1 Boxes ot every size, ocissors, rocKei- the! usual trou&of t.SlnY -
1. Round the chest undci coat. received. shall hereafter have it constantly on tf used thenr ftiW
i.1Ji '- Book's Baskets for ladies nnA children Bead-Bags, according to the up.
1 L j EJTANDS wanted to work on tbe Tallahassee Rail Do. hand. directions It o"'iU
2. Waist. tosc
I Persons having India Rubber Braccrs,Pistos: Percussion Caps, Lwok- I extract every particle ofease from !
, I JDL Road for the ensuing year. 3. From baclv-seam to elbow and knuckle joint. IT IS %WARRANTED TO BE A SAFE AVD EFFECTCAL or most delicate Silk, the he .
I ,r,11f. t' able bodied hands to hire, will please call on either oi ing-Glasses &c. &c. : WItho-ut injuring in tic
I I Tallahassee. October 11, f 331. (Olf) 4. Round the thigh. REMEDY TOR FEVER ANn Aouc, IF TAKES AC R E EA LF. the color or texture.A tt
F. Smmons.
I L It.! the undersigned or to Capt. H. 5. From the hip-joint to the ancle. TO THY DIRECTIONS. Reports having been circulated I large supply of the above\ -

I I ,. \ t' BEN CHAIRES KERR, Business. By the above scale of measurement, gentlemen at a that this fixture contains arsenic, I am directed by ceivert and for stle: by valuable! J.rticI
WILLIAM Storage
t L distance may be 'enabled to forward their measures,, the P' oprietor to say that I these reports are ittleily false

,: TURBUTT behalf R.R. BETTON.R. Company. THE subscribers have united under the style of which will ever jo-- with pr'nvn attention. -and I am also authorised_ to offer a Reward of I 10.. Tnllnhassef..YSPEPSIA. , S Committee on F. D UP.R & Co., for the puipnse of car- 000, Dollars to none who wIll prove the existence -' "rr- "-

S Tallahassee, 20th, Dec. 1634. Sltf r"int" on thc Storage Business in the Town of St. 7-rNbV of the least particVof Arsenic, Mercury, Antimony, D. t\XU r IV R.COIPLiliDr. O(
j
jUODS J. I'.
attention. PETp.as
Maiks, and promise the strictest Thy ,
.
Cotton. or other poisinous ingredient in ::. Professor.01 Ph I
of any .l
& Shipping dicine, who. for ? .!
Storing dcclilie doing a Commission business, and respectful AND In order tD imposition from counterfeits st\"Cl'n.1 years, has deyoc4 nh ltL. 1-
prevent no
will attend to Storing nnd solicit the"'ptltronagc extended to John Blair Pea at'-Ulwn to the treatment C'DCIl J
& STURGES ly 1P 1 Jl r1QNl8eH persons except authoiised will lie furnished ( of cAroswor ,18
i
agents by
KERR Cotton"they will also advance on ch)'. JOHN C. F. DUERR BLAIR, PEACHY. A. PIEUSON Co. would fespecttully in. the Proprietor with the mixture to sell a/ain. I am case tlicsiiiniormm! :, Iiassaccordcd, by chemical! analy? 0 I.tt trrltde o..

Cotton entrusted to their care for shipment to anv form their and the sole agent for Middle Florida, arul am assured by AJ. ra rombmntion from -r.
elsewhere and will S!. Marks Feb. 21 28-tf customers publick gene- mate vegetable several. pr "
,
principle,
in the United States or ; to .vhich
market Rowand that h.
1 ( a small lot sold Mr. has
Tallalmssec Si.Sfarks. - ally, that they are now opening their new Stock of except to Ecclrs,) name Mtdicinar gt'\'fQ
p their Stores in Sloinacliicar lie
purchase at either not a single bottle has been will be et Hepatic .
S Oct. 4i h, 1931: (r4i') I FLORIDA Ld&D FJRILE.. FALL & WINTER GOODS, him, to any person in Middle or Florida,sent except, or sold to me by: proved farmor,efllrwnt than any remedy*' hereto."hicl11Ju S"C

r NOTICE. ;rllli: undersigned having purchased of General just received from New York, consisting of a splrndid i If Arsenic has been discovered in any mixture called discovered. in cfirin- those di.trcssin p maadj. cr: ;
I
I ..B- LaraVUe, thctown..hipJfl"dn! Florida,granted 'assortment superfine Cloths, Cassimcres and VestI RiiociniVsil, ilUUt hare been in some of the spnrio-is imi mUlI\n body, which arc "P"cralyromorenende'n! -,
: subscriber returns his thanks tn the public of the United States offer I tier the sweeping terms
THS to lifm uV the! Congress ings, of a gi variety'sclectcd from late importations I tations. All persons therefore who wish the genuine DrsPrPMA and Liti.i -
lib r\l he Ins received rLANTS-It is likewise
the encouragement the si me for sac. .. of the most fashionable onlcr.-Likewise, a Tonic Mixture-should be cautious of whom they pur- a p. almost certain t I I IAmong
eineehe has been in this place, and .solicits a c This land is flehboth' chase it label will ,
situated be
in the immftdiatC I /TenC"i"s:>rlmcnt of Fancy Articles for Gentlemen'sIross : My ln'CTY bottle sold: by me: the
Delta
of their patronage. Justceccivcdpcrsehr. iiooj of Tallahassee, and is bc'icvcd, for fertility o; rfvery d !criotbn. Gloves E: B: PERKINS Sole Agent for Middle Florida. Ha.uleUurnJ.ffi,iiM
direct from New York general assortment of Wool- vizi-Stocks; plain, ara .fel
soil!
and local
be valuable I
advantages, to more than .Ib.rs fine Nov 2311 j
len, Staple and Fancy GOODS, Shoes) Hats, Hollow- .>ny oilier land in the tcrr l'IT. Suspenders, Pongee IIlKlts., L'.ronts .. ro J = 1St!. mach, mhr.T. -,i srritabiMty,di'areeab|. t., .

S : Ware, Cutlery, and Iron-jnongcry, CrocKeryc.. eon- The SoulliwLati-rn part of the township adjoins the Linen Shirts, Hosiery, &c.-Splendid i Sen, i' l'r! ; anll t month ; great. ir- --nI\ntj-ot ap .ctitt, whirb)',.1tk B.\'
r
of blue black and brown C'oihs blue, black, Cloth fine Silk Plush and Bca.'er llats of the 5 t U ofdr
listing ; city of Tdlbhnsscr, from \\hicli! point to the shipping Caps, iIstThiPTIor4I ztc'or51'Jo S and .it other times grcadvti'iirst deErent.
'
I drab and double ciillcd Ca 'imcrcs; Cabinets hstcst fashion. fMath: nausea '
grey port of St. Marks, a distance of abou miles, wcakuts s of the
4 nnd Sattinets; English, French and Amciican Piint&; It rail road is in contemplation to l be made wcnty, in a short A general assortment of ready-mad Clothing: made I I.I and eructations, ,u.itatiou, !t.ro\-sme! 3.O'rInIl\1 sorna -f

S black Lustringand Fancy Silks nt3) Silk SIiauK I Oru lime. up by the subscribers, in the mot faithful and fashionable : DE LA MONTERAT'S COI.U'I BNYEGETA LESPECIFIC. I I, of the bowels, pressure on the Stomach: after raeah'

do Nap, &c.; Jaekonet, Swiss Rod AliUl Muslins ; The navigation oj the St. Maiksnycr has been re- style, consisting Overcoats, Frock & Dress 1 pain in the head, dil7.in'rr verfigo; confusion # .

3,4, and 5-4 brown Domestics, of a superior q-inliiy ; rcntly improved, tn a point within six miles of the Co its and Coatees, fine Cloth and Goat's hair Camlet I I mind, attended with the loss of a S
the memory ytwin
Cotton and Negro Cloths a general assortment most valiiaMf remedy ever j'et discovered for |
Bagging ; SouthcrMprn of the which will afford Cloaks and Wrappers, Pantaloons and Vests of almost I I j in the stomacuW'j chilliness .1T'
part township, the of CiRp'y affection i ii '
Colds (
of Ware HollowWare cure Coughs, Consumption,
of Shoes Crockery .Istttma.
V a variety : which rich figured and
; description, arc and
navigation every
for a cheap and certain of among 'I i sight hearing pain anl: rreaknos
transportation the \lad l
I Spitting of Blood and all diseases of the Breast I |
S Cutlery, Hats, &c. Also Cognac Brandy, produce. Doublebreasted.Velret and fine black Cloth andCssimrrc and { languor, disturbed "Ieep cold feet and
Holland Gin Sicily, Sherry, Port,and Claret Wines Valemia Lung. Prepared by J. BOYD, Plu'ladelpl.i.i! Ir (rrOJnp0SlS IianJ-', tttrorj try;
; ; Tins land will be sold in parcels to suit those wishing antI white Marseilles Vests &c. t unc.i;-iness in the throat, caugh, pain in the side J"
1 with many other art'cles! too tedious to mention. Purchasers to purchase credit Fne Marino and Lamb'sVnol ;Nell-Shirts Draw- the disturbed? nerves, gives strength to the I Ln' s'. &c.
from
on five ,
L invited to call and examine for themselves. a to eight years Lungs, repairs the Appetile,improves the Spirit.! ", ti*. CO
.J are at rca-opal pru'cs-t.lln.m ers-fine Nctt Silk and Doc-:kin Uniicr-Vcsts, an { I t The above maladies lead to -
wishing will .
ALEX'R. FORMY DUVAL. to puHias Bill of Directions accompinying co li bottle ot"the org7a e acticnsnft t tlj
nuke excellent article fwr invalids. I stomach liver
application to either of the and
undersigned. heirfytermir.-uingmDrops Coij,
Tallahassee Nov. 4, 1B33. [l3tfl| A of suitable for Specific, pointing out in a most conspicuous manner I j
Clothing
quantity coursft Ngroes, A
WILLIAM 1 sumption, .c.
;: B. NUTTALU all the in their different of the disease I }poplt-ty, according to the tliaiateali{ 'I
symptoms
1 I NOTICE HECTOR W. BIIADEN, and an assortment of If din Rubber Burtouts, Pea- and particular irections rcspectingt stages he treatment while I t its. age, sev, am! teinrernm of the pjttir.t. ,I.
WILLIAM P. Jackets anti Trqwscrs, warranted very durable and Prepared i by J. P. PETEU-S M.
CRAIG. D.
; having demands: against the estate it with .IIiKedwil
persons using together well authenticated certificates
I. ALL G. MATS, late of Jackson County, Tallahassee, November 23d 833. 15tf perfectly water-proof, are offered for sale hy the subscribers of cures, etc. many Inventor and sole! j>.-oprrctor.Testhuctiials. w

4 [: Deceased will them in tue time prescribed inpThc Savannah Georgian, Charleston on very low terms. liberal deductions from In ; .-Xismorousertificafes be
present by Jlterrury the rc ulor established prices will l l.e made all consequence of the great and increasing demand mitt aI|
: law duly authenticated. Pf1LSta ConstitittSonlist, Southern JlrcorJtr, M illedge- forcasluO"; on orders f,r this specific, the proprietor is en\IJIc-rl.to reduce the j duccd relative to the c'willilvry cures prrfcraj

tr HENRY J. HOLMES, ndm'r. vii k', Georgia; Richmond Enquirerand Stnr, Raleigh ( The subscribers to 75 cents per bottle,thereby enabling it to come III IIIpn.c by using these nf'f'. '-ir.e'. ; but the l (llo\ringlretf.5'
return their sincere thanks for
'I SUSAN M. G. MAYS, adm'rx. N. C. ; will publish the above for"c "eks"id for the liberal within the reach of all persons. I sufficient to s.tisty the :..ir.ds of !:
: December 1 1534. 24tf waid th'iitarcoiints to this offlcc. very patronage heretofore received and
I would still their JVcni Dr. Jutnti Knellffior of the JjcaI COTIJ.
p hope by assiduity and strict attention Dr. CHAPMAN'S Anti-Dyspeptic Pills.
I STORAGE! STORAGE! STORAGE Wooden Ware. to business, to merit; and receive a continuation of the ica, oi I"aniify) PZ9icrun.NrwOaI.EA .
-'S same. These Pills have been successfully used bythru- : Dec. 2I th ISSt.To

IN addition to his old ware-house the P AINTED Pails (iron b(. nd.) Nest Tubs, Just received by the subscribers, by recent arrivals sands who can testify; to their superior eflicacy (o\ei whom it nay lV7IClTilis is to certify that "

has' recently erected a spacious build Half Bushel and Perk Mcasuies a fresh assortment or Goods suitable for Spring and many other remedies now in ue) for the cure of Dys- have witnessed the operation of Dr.Pt':er's.ItdicVu

I ng 80 by 23, feet, forreceiving cotton and roods. Flour Pails, Musical Canes, Summer wear, among which are Crape, Camlets, B>mbazine pepsia in all their complicated forms they give strength Stomachics ft Ilep
r'- TIMOTHY M'C ARTY.St. Churns, Feather Dusters, ( Circassian, Lasting.Marin.n ami Leopold to the debilitated organs of digestion, repair the appe-I Dyspeptic and Livcr-affections of Iong'ftmdingfik!

4 'Marks, December 27th1831. 1" 1,000 feet Wood Bowls. Cassimcres ; brown, white, and fancy Drillings! ttite,removes nausea and sickness of the stomach, habitual I f wiscinsevcial I catcsot*the enlargements of the plcea

-- Turner' Ware, B B Pails, cloth white and buff and ; grass coctivcncss, hcad-ach, palpitation of the heart, and its affects were truly astonish ing. I have no it

A Mill, Negroes and.Lancl for Side.THE ; B B Fonf Tubs' Cocoa Dippers, I Vestings! Ic.-All of whih Valemia they, offer fancy for sale Marseilles and many other nervous aft ctious. They contain no sitation in declaring it the most valuable Prei":1ra:1G: edre"'"

snbscribera tending fe close their busine Shaker Dippers, Knife Boxes, I terms. Made up to order in the most fishion-on reasonable Mercury, nor do the? sicken the stomach they arc a for those dis rcssin'0 ailment that harrC011'WI" sh.1:

Aspalaga, the ensuing summer, with a view Lucifer Matches, Hair Brushes, able style. L'bcral deductions as usual will be made mild. "and safe cathartic : there is no restriction, in diet in my knowledge. JAMES EWELL I.D.

opening at Apalachicola next fall, .will sell a bargain Boot J i"ks, for cash.-Murch 30, 1835. ll-Cm, or U/IHK or exposure to wet or cold- while nsing :lif.r. "Wilkes County. Geo.Jan.1m -

in the Saw and.Grist Mill. The Mill is situated \V hite nnd Orange Lamb Skin Mats, Bill of directions viII accompany each box of l'iUs. The u-dcrslgn can bear testimony to the st\pm1

one mile and a half from,the river on a Creek aff. Expected by"\ 1: *valta, and will be sold 9 NOTICE. which will fail:explain their effects. efficacy Dr. Peter's Medicinne StomadtiaectHfpatcai

.: 'crdingan abundant supply water throughout the factory pricf .' EO. LAIS'MAN.- IX months} from date, I will vouchers From the well kjTMvn reputation of tnese Pills for 'in the cure of Dyspepsia and Liver Coroplifali!
present
5lear.andcomniandsa. good supply of timber, was Feb. 14. ., S foi' a settlement, and shall apply my to the Hon. maly year, the proprietor (P." BO YD, Philadelphia) from personal experience". WM. G. JOHNSOX are ;

rmerljrowned by Mr. Dickson, and has lately been .I County Comt of Gadsden for Letters deems it unnecessary tel give any further detail of Dr. P's Mcdicinnc Sto-nachfcie tlcr
county, ot'Dis-
rebuilt by'UL The,Grist Mill is the best.in the neighborhOOd them. A fresh been Hcpatinear; pate hail
/I has1 ,
ion and
supply for
miv' as administrator of the estate ot Thomas A. revived sale in parcels wrh full directi-ns for using. Fnraos
and .commands nearly: the whole custom. I Peebles, late of aid by appointment by }:. B. PERKINS. pres
deceased. three
cunty tl) p-irctls wilt be
-We will sc\l\ .with the mill, i desired, four or five very s., _S STEPHEN S. PEEBLES Tallahassee, Nov 23d Jjtf ; is .necessary toccmpfdeacunThe scril
Adm'r. pr-ce S.> a parcel.A
Valuable slaves .and two waggons and tennis. Apa- .
November 21 1834.
19-dn
I great of the above valuableprej)
quantity
lachicola affording a regular and an improving market very
for lumber. makes, this a desirable properLy for one HENRY D. ATKINSON, i rations, will be kept constantly! on hand by \1
I E. B. PERKIXS.,llJhasseVl1o !
I who can devote his attention to it. The property ARthqI:11i vs. \ --
I \ isauthnrised to .them, either at wclt
will be.shewn at tiny time to any person wishing to WILLIAM G. KimgESs. STHK dip1't'

: purchase. S ,Defendant is }hereby, notified, that tne Plain sale or retail, on as reasoiutk; terms as theyoaij
I
We"will i also sell stock Goods has filed his PETITION I obtained of the proprietor. Also l byDoet's. Ii
x. ,, our comprising n 1i in the Superior Court
4 .! a good assortment for,the season and will sell, or ront tfs 14! i. : for the county of Leon, and Middle DistrIct of Flori- HOLMES & H-ILLUtS. C1rnJcUoni (.lIlCOlD
: our improvements, consisting:of a Store House and a ; : : I da, to Foreclose a Mortgage given by the Defendant to Mr. HALSLET, 01' '::is .-ppa.1ch coa.

'S. large and new Warehouse for storago 'of cotton, on I : the saidPlaitiiir\on the following described Property, JOS. PRIESTLEY PETERS.

the river bank.. Itiskown to boa good stand for a 1T 6 ,&=f"r f"- Real and Personal, (to wit:)-The Northwest quarter 1 The followirga,; few among the i'nInypcrSO115

: tare and..,tvern'a' d needs no further recomn enda- FULL supply of Landreths' and the West half of the Northeast quarter of section have peen either eni!. Iy crd or g.e. !lywiihin bPIIi;

lion from us. We received during the last season A herb and flower seeds received superior garden I, twenty-eight. The Northeast quarter of section I the last twelve months, by the useters' r.
just and
eIeibundredbales cotton and r.xpect to receiveS war rented twenty-nine, Township and I and sold wholesale and wlU IZ
fresh ; by 1l.B. PERKINS. one range one, North and ltI..illE Ilc-I Medicine Stomacincse Ct IlepUCT
about the same quautity> the season. West, situated in the
present October29th. county of Ueon and Territory Frederick county. Md., hv P state Georgia. .
J __.. ___
'The of the above tFItESII of Florida. The --------
tet'msot will West -J
be
half
any property: of the Lot desi-rnntpd on I concerned in the Patent with Dr. Judkins. Mrs. Abner Hicks, WJlJunSQU.
---
made accommodating,;; and great bargains may bv hacf! DRUGS WINES the original plan of Tallahassee, as number'O----ninety- S The above Ointment is offered to the public as a Mrs. Capt. James Willis, do.
of us ingoods for cash or on a short credit. fi\.c-A female slave
named Martha
about fifteen sale and certain Col. do. '
remedy for those obstinate diseases Win. F. Bond
S .
; / HAMISON & RANEY. I Surgical Instruments, fyc. years of age-a female slave named Sally about thirty some of which have so long baffled the skill of medica Wayne. C:Iamls, Esq. LI1UrC1I3o ,
_._. ) ;a 21tt February 183. 28-tf HAVE years of age-and her duI Kitty Ann about do.
I just received a l full supply ot fresh two science. Bryan Alk-n, Esq.
';: .' CBRIATtAN'F..DUERR"b hereby fully author- Drugs, Medicines aud Chemicals. Pure ye-irs! of age. CALL & WALKER, 1st White Swellingsof every description. C;l.! John 'V. Porter. Morgan.Jones. !

; bed tojsoUcct: :the debts of the late firm of PEACHY PORT. MADEIRA & MUSCJTELLE Tallahassee Plaintiff's Attorneys. 2d Sore Legs and Ulcers of Jong standing. San ford Chapman' Esq .: ;
WJJfE 5th Dec. .
fc MACKINBER, and those ofthesubscriber. Per- in bottles 18S4.-17cowf4m 3d Schirrusor Glandular Tumours particularly Alexander Ir"'lnrEqrnSI ngtml.f

l BonY. indebted to either will please make immediate sick. imported sneciallv for the use of the those hardened tumours in women's breasts which often .."I..r'a.u.. r..""L.' ...ft.. :-.rPPfl._._- '
ROWAND'S '
& Sn .
Weigand .
wdCIl s TONIC MIXTURE .iTo'rIICAsTIIMATIc: ,
,
., 52.ent.and Bale Rope are earnestly requested to TREPHINING, OBSTETRICAL, EYE, DISSECT- CASTOR OIL, Q17/JV7JV.E. 4th Felons or what some people know by the name and AND fatal of aH DisUS5 IJICI n

I JOHN BLAIR PEACHY. ING, and POCKET INSTRUMENTS, in cases. Also the celebrated H.ED LINIMENT" for'Rheuma- '0 Catarrhs, of every description.5th I THE most to civilized prevalent C l1mpllO lI

S ., : St.. Marks, Feb.21, 38-tf. STOMACH PtfMPS and PIPES, Silver Lancets and tism, &c. 50 cts. bottle Rheumatic Pains of the joints. traced to the society-the least Alarming oi -
generally
.- Lancet Cases, and Nurse Tubes &c. "JANE'S CARMINATIVE BALSAM 6th Sprains and Braises of I
an excellent Medicine description in rt '
every or estimation Pf.L
a but cold.
: slight
POSITIVE. SALE OF t i neglected By
An in colic whatever situate.
< assortment of DRIED HERDS from the bowel complaints, &c. 50 cts. bottle. part that hundred and fifty thousand per" Jl
one
'TovuLots.inIrwinton Alabama. : Shakers-among which are Lemon Balm Dr. STOUSE INFANT DROPS" for bowel complaints o 7th Tetters of all kinds. In this complaint the ef dreadaL
Catnep, rHHdrcn in pa Iy the consumption. Most of these g,
lent,
Hysop, Mint Sage, Sweet Majoram 25 cts. bottle. applying the Ointment must keep the part be attributed cold and a uagI'r' ofi i
S undersigned have become the owners and Savory Dr. 'V EATER'S ETE SALVE EYE out of water may to common ideUUrk
fr
The Thyme, Cellery, &c. 125 treatment of the that geDerall!
ra.or the Town IRWDJTON Alabama, I cts each 8th Chilblains harrassing cough
,
WATER or affected
and having laid the"earne off in convenient lots,. will LIME JUICE and LEMON SFRUP. Do. Itch Ointment,, S 37 box. It is also one of the parts best remedies by frost.for] Burns -which is usually followeJ by difficult bregujft PJ.

expose.them t.publivsate on the spot, on Wednesday SPICES of every kind-Genuine INDIA CORRY. Do. Worm Tea & Salve, 25 cts.per each. Scalds. Iteasgsthe pain and draws the fire out in and in the aide and at last Ulcerated Lnn *-Cois' fll ,

S the firl lay of April next; sale to continue from:day English, French, and Prentis's Soaps and Per- Do. Tooth Ache Drops, 25 cts. bottle. I short time. a repeated Asthmatic attacks. also bringonsymptoms. ia1MP,

to day,Vntft all are sold., The-terms will be one fourth fumery. Mrs. Miller's celebrated SNUFF. May- -ALSO- For Inflamed Women's Breasts, and Glandular One or two dollars! expended FJ

I :TCash one"fourth, 'in stxjhon.ths,&. the b&Uance.twelve I IS nard & Noye's celebrated INK and INK POWDER- TuF. ROACH & 1i-Buo BANE," which offers an Swellings, it is superior to any iredicino yet known to, chase ef 1'

month** The'TJnited States patent for this ptoperty, THERMOMETERS- HYDROMETERS, &c. effectual means clearing houses, &c. of Roaches and the medical faculty1 It is much safer than mercurial DUMFRIES REMEDY FOR THE FU

b4vinbeen ob'taihed ; the titles will be clear and in- E. B. PERKINS. Bed-Bugs. of any prcpartipn of that material) because does The proprietor begs leave to recommend (.hit tiIJ nor

dtsputable- *, Ti\t. Town-of. Irwinton. -, is- situated. in Tallahassee, July 9th, 1834. [48tf Sacherometers, Hydrometers, Sugar Boilers, Ther- not lay the patient liable to injury from expose to does with the fnllesi'confidence) uuomiWJtf of the.5 ,tec e.
r JsarDOur;coqniy,s Alabama, immediately the i mometers with cold. .tore
S upon a general assortment of fresh DRUGS able remedies known for this troublesome ,I.! .l'1t

West bank.ofueChattahoeche river, and on a high mmW BSJ .Q.i1-m m &c.just received by E. B: PERKINS, This Ointment has cured sores of many years stand complaint. \\'ithoatgoing into detail, .be j d uJ
5' ftwHerelBtuftj; commanding view on the water :lortwo mII(9UitIlSQ Oct. 4, 1S34. ing. Where i it is
,
:: pules or more and down the river. It is LARGE and [8-6m] Druggist.RO.w I .nv.ftft' __ ,_ ,_ impossible___ or imprudent. to heal theAVLIiGI nough to say, he ha* in his, possessions it.hi-''. IP
up just A complete assort -5- sure, iu eqaence 01 me Done doubted testimonials that it has more CVWf" Jswcred Fe1
becoming
ly epnsider d the'moss. delightful and healt.hyspot on nentof Fresh Drugs and Medicines,just rec: TONIC MIXTURE. curious or rotten, it will stop the progress of the canes. the purpose for which it is intended, d

{. the river,between Columbus and the Bay, and it surrounded ved from New'York tnd Baltimorefor sale, wholesale S a perfect and lasting increase the quantity of the discharge, remove tho of popularmedicin9.. .
'' :l/y a:fertile and extensiye body of land, lying and r tail. Country Merchants and Practitioners supplied cure for the Fever and Ague. For 'sale fonsive nmell, and ease the pain. This remedy is perfectly innocent into It II ..

:. prindpfOJyVm B>>bpur Chewallee.} and Cowikee :. on the,most accommodating terms.Mvy2941 S wholesale and retail, by FLETCHER It cures the worst Felons Whitjows on an appli I all conditions, ages and sexes fnlL,4t

creek;; and must,:necessarily"command the trade for S EDW. ,SEIXAS & 'VESTCOTT, Druggist, .ippalachi- cation'of 48 bour.Rheumatim description of the complaint, &c. acCOWl '" t
.
J1orae\-CDty,mile around' ,,It. There wereupwaii&threthouwdBales :' Druggist, Magnolia,Florida.UCTIpNSAyiS.rTheBubScriberhavingloca. S cola, Florida which have stood so long as to become packet, which consists of two boxes* Oiitnsel, cet1l'
of C ttou shipped from I hereby appoint Mess.Fletcher and a systematic disorder, requires. medicine to be taken in- Electuary. Price $1 for the whole,'or & cfecea

.: *.Jhi.' j)1 ee. ttf gfeawm;and it?ia confidently beleivtiiexir Westcottmy agents for the sale of"Rowtn wardly to remove them eatirely. But i in most common but one o'f the articles is wanted. 1'i three
'f ; & as rtibere'vriUbe"ten 'thousand',balesmarket S '$ Tonic Mixture!' in the Territory ease applying this Ointaien'.zternally directed i DYSPEPSIA OR INDIGESTIO : J!e)!
as ,
S.
., 'mni" edt1ns- ; 'pef'Gr'' j and, this'i quantity S l.f Florida, Eastern part of Alabama & itwiHg.ve relief. And in old ob5t1 t. Yeti'.
even whos
I.f'the people, Of and of the most $
l. mUlt eo n tifbt&mstiwf& Western have long standing; ,ot 'It
been
.
pains 'of
of
ThcrS
part who longer ** 11kPerso
4Aiyiier. .t Georgia ; are able to furnish standing, it will ease the has been immediately relieved. and .ol ; -
.Tolro Bejotr Columbus the
_"r_'.& : ; : can' & said medicines to all who may apply to them on pain. cured in a variety of cases tbat have
Tp4wit&; Inriojcn and, a the ,
Boats To
; tea as favourable terms sea captains and Ureh
can as they can obtain of .
masters .
from
'the vessels this ointment time I
P 'pro and vicinity, by using for a short nit",
: ;.:. .-i $1 S pnetor himself." must be very valuable in .0000er
winter
lJ Signed on oar coast it being Dr. Rel e's Vegetable Spsdic.iad tfJI
'
: I r o A1 4Wardi a rior a { "JNO. t verI. ertain IJltS.effects aflectel
: or R. nov AND." on Chilblains .a
of which betaken together tt
or'parts :
both .
: fr are to
: .:0. =r. n: "A ] "Philadelphia, Oct. 24th 1833." 21tf with frost ithkewwe pres ves its qualities in allcli nable plain and practical) .,:

: .. hipiwirin.Tallahassee I mates '
,propoSes do
'. G \ gou to: ge n- Specific. Price 50 centa acbf ,.i'

: of= t.," ":0.'"otU1.. .. JI:,tI..", J'I v._dd.....,....to..an.. ..;:.' :'tuid'eraJ I- 11. will
'. 'IfoI''f.;W ':. > '. S be shewn to those who ted T th i..io propnetor I.
S ,
.. D..J'71Irn fth.'M ;' i.- S. i .received direct from nhe wrapper, >y :
4t ."f.,00" '_'_;' ". .Jil, ,". ', .. Trill ftlso Attend.to administrator and other sales JUST for ale' Manufactory; wubfarther.information on appliCation! to Dr Hers immediate successor the late Dr.For'sala .,.w!' l e.or.
meDt.; and. for W
lowt
.
caabr-Jtwo &ons.:
4 ; .KFORst.iiIt fm &OBE .1 JACKLEY.. : riorC -0t to any ?f hfa authorized agent ,it sCOQU: DOJef'r; }
"p ] JL''t 'qpe GLAS' : g .141
:1
&CJ.NTER .
j : TIe t
UJ.t : above
: ; r. WIX" to .medicine
S said] '
> i by special appointment of B04toD,.*
street oxicetHahi, ;
m itch.Ap ly to' near. N9-
8. V..IVERSON "
t i. the
k'Inst'rumenu patentee !
and
; '
; of FRI
Nj "wcccntedwith :
: warrantedgennine. .
Writing t Eo B
J. apPoint
1IniIa373I'.I83 42s42US. .ncatncaand F. DAVIS, afWra. M ncr's store. I S cial e y. "wr"iiTrv gc,
ckspat.c1J by ftflACKLEY. :E. B. PERKINS :
Tallahassee Jan. 24th, 1835 21 tf j I DRUQOJST.
Tall lh & e ..
February Silb 1831/ 5J7tf. Tallahassee, Felti r,183J.

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