The Floridian
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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: April 11, 1835
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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TEjOS. WHITE, as n Candidate torv5eut : -
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ftrca,. the Territory of Florida, in the 24th Tfl104L'IIfl4' ica 7n'C 'g jcsii '
I Commissioner
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authorized to announce C oboCWLM9VAp5DEN .
years, from and
a candidate to repiesent the tel .
\ the' hConresS or the United 1 next and no lon -... '
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." .ihorizcd to announce Mn j. WILLIAM IDl.t 'J111.. WIlUaIl< it. -- -- Commissioner of a
VWYATT, a candidate: to represent the lenriin IIlA\ImI1BI\: AU>matL < 'II by the President
m the 24th Congress of the United una u 'T {'Ub. florida, 27th 1833.: 50tf'EDWARJTcHAiNDLER T'O.' _. __ "
" July BOOK .Binding. -- -. _.. B ,i that hq shall of":
% to nnnounce JrILLI.RM B. BALD'VJ IBYAUTIIORITYJ| For the road from Detroit the
arenuthorised JNO. rcslctfully informs Us fronds to Fort Gralioti Secretary of
I% \-rTT.i L .as a cal1di'te!: to represent thtfOff the public in- general that he has re-com three thousand dollars. to the various
of the Uni- menced
of Flond1,10 the 21t.ongrr s 1833 5tf Book Binding in this city, in the store now For the road from Detroit to Saganaw bed by the .
ii ortt ; !! occupied! by James S. Lynn Esq. All orders for bind. bay .
I ; : in? will he executed with neatne and despatch. Old $10,000. Sec. 3. And be tho \ ,

books re-bound lo any pattern/ required. For the road from Detroit to Grand river of duties heretofore '
ATTORNEY AT LA.W. Tallahassee, March 7th :30-tf. Lake Michigan
twenty-five thousand dollars. by Secretary
l.t t hrctdencc.:; aSHl '<;!D:l' For the road from Detroit
: !!t m LAWS Or THE UNITED towards Chicago provisions of the
:lotf' ,
M' 7J : :; __ _ STVTES PASSED AT THE in of
fft1ahic : the
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.. REMAINING the Post Office at Tallahassee' SECOND SESSION TWENTY-THIRD Michigan ten thousand dol-l May, one .
4 S l\IUEL B. STEPHENS, I 1S35, if not taken out by the I CONGRESS. lars. eight, granting
30ih June :
-Uardee Monty at Law.1AS dead letters., will be sent to the General Post Office as [Public. No. For the road from La Plaisance bay to intersect soldiers of the
- located: himself in Q.nincyGa1s1en GownA A. Lewis, AnnLeonard An Act in amendment the road to Chicago, within the Territory lation to Virginia ,
.i in the Court of Ap-' Adams the several acts for the :
ring nl tv-ill practice Wesley I Michigan $10,000 vices and
J t of GadMlcn, Leon and Thomas K punishment ol offences against the United
jthe Adams J
se.d uperi.rCot1rtS Esq. Linn For the
Adison JSCIkSC (2) States. construction of a road from a point the same aro .
all! James
.\t cko CounhiC SMycar: Anders :\i. Be it the opposite to Memphis! to VVm. Strong's house tue duties of the
1 Stephen E. Mann\ William B. enact<> by Senate and Houso of j
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:jpo 'anulrf._ ---------- -- Ashton John : on the St. Franiso river in the a'lor the first
SCOTT Monroe, William P. Representatives!= of| the United States of America Territory of : day
: Ih'hby' DIES: 1\1. B. :Moore, JosephMcDougald iu Ccngress assembled That if Arkansas, in addition to the balance of former Approved \

I .iTTORSEl" .IT Liii' Bryant, WillianDenning Alex or'moer anyone appropriation, one hundred and six
)t of the crew of American thousand
e1ti'l' himself in :\1 onlir.I'Uo, Jeffersonrnun'V Thomas McNcill, Sarah E. any ship or ves do llars.
iVlN'G located: \ nillillg ly, John P. sel on the high seas, or on any other waters within I [ :
tenders his ;professional *cr- A Esq For .
') HT -Florida, theadmiraltyand defraying the \n
( BurgessTilliam mra time incidental
of thc Tt'rritOl'Y c.nrally.; He nlicklcn, Mathcvs jurisdiction of the expenses to .
)kin 11t )"cstotht f1tiZCflS the Courts of the Counti of Leon, Branch, Hon. John Miller, John United: States, shall unlawfully, wilfully and with miking: examinations and surveys under the for rJ -

..ill piteuce: J in Gads3efl, ond the Courts ?;:" ThomasdLowSi Branson, Arthur MoncurcTra'rcss B lorcc or by fraud, threats, or other intimidations, act thirtieth of April, eighteen hundred and Be it enacted : ( ,
JcttcrsO:1: "I GClr'la. lIe olso tendershis services Brady, Linnear Murray, Barns II usurp the command of such ship or vessel from twenty-four, $25,000. Representatives 'f
':, collect. nn.1 I ntedjcs him- Branch, Januvs Montford. Elizabeth the master or other lawful ict in
"enez.tl, nsa commanding officer For road Florida Congress "
\ repairing the in
; Birgc, J :
p.-- rJsnnsIn and attention. Office in NonA Myrick, Capt John thereof, or deprive him of his authority and from of the
command tary Navy
runttIlhty ,
srlf\s 1 : to Baldwin, John Martin, Absalom board to and thence to

loti tit n:!_,)_. /\ (1.tf J Baily, Col.Viliam! :Mattox, Hampton ((2)) the free on and lawful thereof exercise or resist thereof prevent transfer him in St. Augustine, fifteen thousand dollars. president of the is '
Brvan. James
% V WIII T E.WCTICF. n'l1l,, c, Polly Mlinf;Many- =. Pnl Daniel A-1 B such authority and command to any other person i For the payment of Isaiah Frost, for work. hereby, authorized '
C\ : heretofore it be deemed most
not lono him the Cumberland I
lawfully entitled ,
in the CourlfsofMidFtorid Butler, Diuul'BC. I' N. thereto, every such person so by on a
"jacks-n County and the I Court Xutt-all: AV BN'orman I offending, his aiders or abbcttors, shaft be deemed road, the sum of three hundred and twenty do!. dry dock for tho *

' tl'e' rVllI3liasste.isJI : CarrVihltani I Grace guilty:: of a revolt or mutiny and felony; and shall lars. : ed, upon the most -.- ;

orN lp;>''I s. .:.J OFncE q S-tt.] Crews, LciMNiCamplHI O. on conviction thereof lie punished by a fine not Approved, March 3, 1835. bor of New York -
l'-- InI! :!, J. &. Willi.usiC. Onoill, Cotton B exceeding two thousand dollars: ; and by imprisonment that towards
' ,. Copclaivl, EveJiu! Oliver) llobcrt B and confinement to hard labor -- ,
not exceed-
: AcoStLLOt i RTI1EEAOT. Groom MB Public. No. 31. the sum of$ ,
J.\uIs: ((2)) Old Thomas ((8) ten
:itirtdii. ing years, according to the natnre ana '
: ANt> iTTOfl4CV AT LilY,) Cromartic, John r. vation of the offence. And the offence agg An Act further to extend the times allowed for the execution by appropriated,
; (, rc in the Court of .\1b1)cakThe Chaiinrll! Bcninmin: (2)) Prince, George W a revolt in making of the duties of the crmmission for carrying : in the Treasury .
yn.rZi. TiLL prnr; Carr, B II. Proctor Harriet a ship, which now is, under aid in virtue into effect the convention with France.
,% siwrinr!::: .'1urls of L'n! Gi\lbtll'l1, and Jack-: (2) of the i Approved,
eighth of
section the of
act Cc'n"res
tile erritIry I of FI''lI'id.I1J j in the I Superior hmres\.ngl'ltna: G. Penny, Henry : Bo it enacted by the Senate and House of
lIas '. '"T-fijoniaVi! : J1l'c\ttli'; counties, of South I Carr, William) A Powel), Jeremiah! passed the 30th day oCA.rtl; in tht ycn of our
,rare 1; "r.ih-ur.uituf'1"' StacfGeigia. itcidcncc4R4Lgssu. I Collins, >inea Pigott, Peter W Lord one thousand: seven hundred and ninety, of tho United States of America [ .

s IIf c_n, "j I \ N..v.nits'r 2.ll i lf.VJ. I 1-Jtf Carroll, JesseCampbell Parish, J. D. $ Co punishable/ as a c. pital offence, shall, fron and af-- in Congress assembled, That the commission An Act !; : -

'1:1.J. A W of Ky. Parish, Col. Richard: icr the passage of the present act, be m longer created by an act entitled "An act to ly, 133-2, tntitleJ l *

.. jOhN ADAMS 1 Cloud, Joseph:' I Penny, Mr punishable! as a capital offence, but shall be punIshed carry into effect tho convention between the mcnt ol'the !'

.lTTORXF.r AT J-Jir,) Custon, GforjrcCuleman ? Ponder, Ephraim in the manner prescribed in the present act U. States and his majesty the King of the District of Lou i
( 1
sancy PuitK!' Joseph E ((2)Patndge.CaptJohn and -
'(lTi'4S \ r T4.c: I.tlnol'd frln1 .ui''11 y to Appalachirola: Bay. I D. (C) Sec.not otherwise. rench, concluded at Paris on the 4th day ofJuly Be it enacted by af .
.tttciid the Courts hold the Dal ton T. 2, And be it further enacted, That if Representarives
!:'). ?I III' v.iil reg-111M ; at I ((2)) R. eighteen hundred and thirty-one--
..ItLt'nst) p.i", a.Qmncyanl: )l.u'I.1nn'nJlIlll'lC; ( ann nit I term I Dickinson, John Ritchic.W. N. anyone or more of the crew of any American proved July 30th, 1832, shall be and is hereby i k-a in Congress of

<,S t'le' Co-trt, of AMjKals! at Tallahassee.I : .Liters ndjn !I. DiiY.il, :Mrs. A'-taway Randolph, Augustus ship; or vessel on the high seas or any other continued until the first day January 1836 lands within the .
will I be attended .
". Dyer
cnt: .H f I to, 'I.f'u.Ih1lJ, -t! ; Joseph Roberts, James It -
; waters within
February;111. t U. [IG1J _ _ I Dudley, EztkM Richardsor; Daniel LReynolds the admiralty and mariimo! jurisdiction for the execution of the duties prescribed by the Stale of :. -
rilya1s 1 Dickerson.V'illiam. MarthaRucker of the United States, shall endeavor said r and receiver of
A ( \HI 1). ;
' E. D II to make a revolt or mutiny on hoard such shipor act'p out to the '

n (If"uy HAMLIN V. SMELL, i Ely, Thomas' S ((2) Rt-ynolds, John vessel or shall combine, conspire or confederate date l the 5th Sept. ; Zi
c 1* bus, C3.nadaF
11 orad. J'TTOL'.VE 3T LAW. .lP.1L..IC'lCO.L.l.! Fla. I lIlcy, Jaco'jFigg Randall Thomas Esq with any other person or persons:; onboard [Public No. 32.] i and the same are ;

\Vi: j.. .1.' .-d 'n, '"iMiicss\ ; confided '.o him with Indus-I Baij.-inrn: \ : P Ross, Jdhn A ((2)s) to make such revolt or mutiny, or shall Aolicit n Act further to !suspend the operation: of cer- : any claim on _the s, .
T1CTicit i-r.-i |1'..i: MI: '!Ir.! 1 Dcr.iKt 1 t FergusonViiiarii: S. incite stir other others ofthe the .
> or
: or
: up any provisoes Or'At1 Act to alter aiul amend 1 L except
/. S.L\SII.t1Itl.tUi13AS:: :: D. WESTC"rr.u. f Fa'Uinan t' }
Ki I. ( Edward
Smltzer DavidStrickland
e 01 j crew to disobey or resist the !lawful ordersof the.cral acts duties "p specified to wit
.. E.q i :IKS. Isher, Robert Cain imposing : on imports : : :
, t ( i F .rguson, Tyrce G Stansbcrry,, S 3 the master, or other officer of such ship or approved the Mth day of July 1832. I following numbers ; >

;Ofo Troll Groceries. Fulker, E Al Stroman, Jacob 2 vessel, or to refuse or neglect their proper du- Be it enacted by the Senate and House of thirty-eight fortJ? -

ha1nicE The subscriber! has just rcceivcd and offers Fau..t.bry Ann Sheller, Richard I ty.on board thereof, or to betray their proper Representatives of the United States of America Injclass B of s > .

\" S't.M.s. I rsU:: ( Potato(!?, Felt Fisher, John, Col Gco Sr ((2)) Stokely Smitzer,, John John "' i trust therein, er shall. assemble with others in in Congress assembled, That the pro. l hers, ,! !} '.

ndo ..1.t",\ .".,.Ipr rine; Flour, I Field, J W Saddler, Henry R 2Schenck i iI a tumultuous and mutinous manner, or make visoes of the tenth and twelfth clauses of the: twenty-three, forty '

2j) dSt 1m .Cbii' .,..! 1"lriiim" I G. Edwin I Ii j a riot on board thereof, or shall unlawfully ccond section of the "Act to alter and amend 1 forly-t ro, .
\ i GrisctArtliur Shrpaid, John S 2 j I confine the: master ether offilh e several acts duties ", In Class C of
I U it,,,,- 1'11'I11 C,iimius. j Griffin :Moses or commanding imposing on imp rts. :

' f fP.R.: :3-1 .\lt.1. S.np: Glum,,H" --rt. P. I Simmons, Stephen, Thom.sSncl W. !;j. cer thereof, every such person so offending passed: the 14th day of July 1S32; be, and the I numbers: six one

1 y same is hereby further suspended, until the end I I j hundred and 'r"i -
21' I-.r::. t..ln!, fine not ........ .. ...
GedJis, Alexander Sanders, wniiainShannonC c.tcx' '';Jiiig ouo UJvu..u'* w.-"-' < r hv n\\f thp ;r- n :S t one, and eighty-six
a. 10...10.G'H! 11 Batter, Gt.oWiyT. H. I E imprisonment not excodding five years, ._ .>.y Approved; Larch 3d, 1535. lorijr' one liu mi re .
C.o.lllJs.V:; Ort'\nS: J ,
at J V u,1' I t Giahain, David Strickland, Joh1GoO' both, according to the nature and aggiavationof hundred seventy
> iuasr'ta'ifl ci'oilier Gioccms ! d,11ns.. tin :.tWI:". C.iSh !1'iicf:s.ODJRHE. Jet (2)) Stevens,,Mary .I tie offence. [Public No 33.]-' t tAn enty eight, one

like! II. LIMENIUilGia.[ I Gibsun, Win. M Sanders, Timotl/; Sec. 4: and be it further enacted, That ifany act to authotise the construction of a Rcilroad! I I hundred and

cen; IM'tLassepSl.-vt.:!' : ( Janmry 1S35. 2j tf II. Stevens, S C master or other officer, of any American upon the public lands, from Tailahavec to St. ninety eight S
N. l n. Tli'1 "':.luiluT; return' hi-1 f-'inrcri- arlciowcu Ih-ll.ThdivisL Mrs Marks in Florida.
I Savage, Mary .
I he. ship er vessel on the high seas: or any other Sec. 2. And be ,
Itiofit :- ai ::h lur: Ibl' virv cxtciuivf: )iitron-; : e lc has Iligley. (':tl't Aison1): : Simmons, Ileary Be it enacted by the Senate and House: ofRepresentatives'of it .
!.. ro,'. <"'d|,.\0<1 .it:.-dyt! ..> hi a.-, ::1'i that! : nnll.in_ mi hi:. ji.irt, Hail, )1:",)" T. waters within the admiralty and maritime jurisdiction the United States of Amer shall? be the duty

D. *fe*. 1%.. ai.ii.! :' t-i Altaic! : : tli'_' pcciij.j! in gt i.ernl; I Uailc: Joseph Turner, John of the United States, shall fron malIce i ica in Congress assembled, That tho president : j in said district to .

:..J."r. _---- an.;- --L. Howard!, Elizabeth; TowerFrances hatred or revenge, and without justifiablecanse directors and stockholders organized in virtue ;;, transcript! o.[.all .. .
.\1)'JI\l; l'r.TOlt'tlTJel, Hamilton, ls.<: beat wound dence in
: : ar cne ormore their
harley, J >'>cph F C Tarry, John li.Upsher imprison any o fan act of incorporation from the Governor ; }
litlill ;M-iiiis! iudcltl] tn the ofTn.II.. i
JILL t'-tttc: \ 1 of the of such vessel l hers
WITSO.V, latcof Jacks-'U ) Hai1e, John W U. crew ship or : or r and Legislates Council of the Territory ofj|, excepted in ,

". .,' resetted t"' nuke uuuicilmif payment futility, totl-e dicoascd uti'liJu'd -, Hill, Samael M Thomas R.Vr. withhold from them suitable food and nourishment Florida, be, and they are hereby. authorized j j and report the

:t UIon' .' 8i .iidaljrukv: :; CAiin: be given : ar.J those! Ha Hunter in Dr James or inflict upon them any cruel and unusual to construct said road upun the public lands: ] such othcrand, : 2
.fl14;Ji uanJ3: a.'amst ail ctaJc: arc n ( bfcd to ;; Nancy VicicrSjEzekielW. punishment, such so offending Lj to said claims as
:fist'i!I: I.el! tti ju harris, James: M every person of the United States so far as the line of said ,

:ure.'CP". euwl t.)' 1 b: .v duly, u- they authenticated u ill J J.t f.ircvL-r within b\tie!rred.timc pre- Hunter, A It S Wilson, William\ shall on conviction thereof bo punished road has been or shall be'made to pass through I'. retary of the .

'"THOMAS: WHITE, hunterViIlhun NViUrn I !! : Nathan by fine, not exceeding $1000 or by imprisonment the same. settlement of said f

\ Administrator ex "ffido.hn3Jinl Uarris, John. White, CatharineWljiuher ElijahWhite not exceeding years or by beth according Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That I commencement of, '

:'e, --. -, 3lh-:- -Dr---c -1--3 J 1 12 t-.tmJOSEPZ1LADD] Johnston! G J W I \) It to the nature and aggravation of the theie be granted'to the said railroad com &ny:. aud he is hereby .

nJc: K. Wiggins, Michael ofi oc C. j i the land over which ths said road shall pas r, ; 'port the same to .

Kennon, William: \ White, lion JMWatbon Sec. 4. And be it further enacted. That I awhenever nd thirty feet on each side of the same and ble thereafter, -
I j-Oit received ;
lIAS from New Orleans: and New Kcn rick, John Jonathan of said .
offenceagainst validity
indicted for
, & fk any person any said shall have the .
n, .kJ a jrciiuul as Miitin'iit of GOODS usually Kcrr, R. B. Witlicrington.; fc'arah the company privilege of
:aS. at this a-iton. lIe 1 has the Kinnard'il: Willis, John A the United States, whether capital! or> using the timber on the public land, for one Approved \ :

Bet or X York and N Orlenns Flour; Kcr, DavidKirkscy Watson: A Jr otherwise, shall upon his arrangements stand hundred yards on each side of said railroad I I

Ii th"l led"L: Goshen Ratter: \r etitern Hams; John- Williams! Drew rntttc, or will not plead or answer thereto, I it j in the construction and repair of said road. [ '

Fetl Hess: and prune Pork, Lon, G W L.(3); Willis! : LewisY.. shall be tho duty of the court to enter the pleaof Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That An Act! to render of '

'L'LjG Eastern Potatoes not guilty on his behalf, in the sam manner L- supplying; the ;
Onions and Cheese: ; Lcc, Am isLinuVy ''aumansb .11o..n thero shall be, and is hereby granted to the

Sperm Candles, family JJccf in half bbl ; John (2) You ijr; Cti1.h.uuc as if ho had pleaded not guilty ihereto. : said railr.ad company, ten acres of land at the fixing the salary .

Aiter Hall Powdei; L.ewiThcrt.n Z.L.1iu And when the party shall plead not guilty, or 'junction of the St. Marks and \r acuHa rivers, I Be it enacted by

Country and Holland Gin *:, Charles ZflIer.n ras such plea shall be entered as aforesaid, the the where the road terminates exclusive : Representatives
; Lan: r, Lti1 1 [222 l fetters-31-3wj] ( point ,) I
Imperial Tea cause shall be deemed at issue and shall without i i iI. ica in Congress
by the box; Letters will :: of such portions as shall bo actually improved
Persons for the above please s
calling eigth ninth and
IWn: Domestics by the bale; say advertised. I. G. SLAIW P. M further form, or ceremony, be tried by a ju- :, by individuals, and now in their occupancy 1U ''An. act re ,ulatig
AH kinds Cut And in all trials in capital case, if the -
Xails and Brads; ry. and also exclusive of such portions as, Apnl14th 1818, be -

hollow Ware[ ; X.Orleans !turn; NIXON'S HOTEL party indicted shall peremptorily challengeabove ; i j in the epinion of the President, it may be expedient tinued in force until -

i4 j- Peach, \pplc..aud Cognac Brandy; LaS TIlE TOWN OF aUlNCY. the number of jurors allowed by law, to preserve for the national defence, Sec. 2; And be i ; ..
VB All kinds ShGCS I h such excess of challenges shall >be> disallowedby other Provided c?pal clerk in the
)f the trunk, case, &c. The subscriber respectfullyinforms !' or public use:- nevertheless, r.-
r,HeH 'iJl i to p1Jrdtl'c: Cvrttm'rT akin urd the court, and the cause shall proceed for That the several grants contained in this act, al ofSubsistenee of
t>>alierf. i. 1.-\ta: 1I011.1, 1>cc. 15. t:;34.. -19tf "::: the public, that he has again in ope:n- trial in the same manner, as if the same challenges '1- shall revert to tbe Government of the United> nineteen hundred -
I cd a House (Public Entertainment Uic of twelve hundred
"fall.cd' HATS Town ol Uuincy,.and hopes by his usual attention to had. not been made. States, unless the said railroad be begun i id sum of one thousand

. u tST re'ed by the subscriber direct from.\ the business, to recd YC a liberal: share of public patronage. Sec.* 5. And be it further enacted, -That five years from the passage of this act, 1835 out of >> -
sib mUf&Ctiry Having lately purchase from Mr. Jas. M. Harris whenever shall be convicted of year t f
two Invoices t of Hats: Conshitlngtid"J.1 any person any completed within ten years thereafter, otherwise
ii ..teI a.nd narrow, Drab, Otter and Black Custcr, by large him, and known..as the Quincy Hotel, and offence against the United States which is punishable SEC. 4, And be it further enacted, Thai: .Lt1JI.ovvd .._ -

tia D t.rk ktt.'a.brims,. :selected\ expressly for this having retaken his former Bland at the corner of J efI I by fine and imprisonment, or by either: the forgoing provisions shall extend to twocompanies & : .

a.. JUSTINIAN:: store,F.to DAVIS. fersen and Adams' streets, lie will be prepared to accommodate it shall be lawful for the court by which tho organized under the authority 0 f JJ.rnes' Shovel .is .

..tiftisJ Jeb.14 27tfF travellers dad families visiting the place: sentence is passed, to oder the sentence i to acts of the" Legislature Alabama, and of the a great deal of .

& ; with private rooms. be executed in any House of Correction, or Governor and Legislative Council of the Territory : sells. Perhaps no i
Shoes and Boots. His Stablts are lar-c, and will be attended by first and
Jp(;:oT received rate Ostlers; and as iurmcrly, will be kept filled with House efReformation for Juvenile delinquentswithin of Florida, for a railroad from Peas a- extent variety
by the subscriber. direct from the provender. J. M. NIXOjN. the State or District where such courtsis cola to the Chattahoochie river near Columbus with the amount. of y
ibc] 1anUfactory Sew of
led fiofSlS-S I.nd! Boots n.t 'laditsand Ark. ao gentlemen Invoice of, sup s elec:e- Q.uincy, Florida, March 13, 1835. [3 -3m holden, the use of which shall be allowedand in Georgia, aod to such other point designated small instances beginnings -

g $ F slyf3rljusmarket t.ApllyatVm.! ManorpJJrt months after date! \fe shall submit our ac authorized by the Legislature of the State in the act of the Legislature of Alabamain ence by their -
if.c.j JUSTINIAN F. DAVIS SIX the of for such purpose.-And the attendant said State lishments. A
.....:... and Vouches us Executors of estate expenses : .is i r
: 26-tf ..
&It"a'1 -'- "- John Lester deceased, to the Hon. the County Courtfor upon the execution of such sentence shall And.also, another railroad authorized I by found in the .. A .$

ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF the County of Leon, ar.d apply for adischargc. be paid by the United States. acts cf tho Legislature of the State -of Georgia correspondent -

NEGROES. JAS. J. LESTER, )\ Executor$- JNO. DELL, and the Territory Florida, from the St. manufacture of
S.. %IJILL be 'V AI. LESTER. on the business in
: I bidder sold' at Public} Auction to the highest; : March 21st 1835. 32-6ms Speaker of the House DUREN of Representatives. Johns river in East Florida, to the Suwanneeriver he had finished a l
before M.VAN ,
> i
htI (\\It YC25th my next store, between in Tallahassee the usual, on hours Sa-, Union Bank of Florida. Vice President of the United States, in said Territory, or to Vacassa. Bay, at pack them into a ,

I.aie flOWing .NEJkO SLAVES belonging to the and President of the Senate.s the mouth of said river. to market.-Now

Henry Mashburn, late of Gadsden county, PARTIES who subscribed to the Capital Stock of ArrnovEH. March 3d 1835. And all the rights, privileges and authority! factories, one at at

Chld h; Negro Woman called Esther, with hern on the 22d January last, are hereLy their- ANDREW JACKSON.Public .' conferred in the qirst and second sections of Brainlree, and one -. &

e fc ;:t. I.Ch a %boy, Ellas about a 6 fine boy about 12 years ofnc Bonds requested and Mortgages to come on forward or before and the complete 1st of : No. 29 this act, shall extend to the said companies gives employment | to .
about dar
years Billy 01 [ ] his shovels
3&Ttba 1! ""WefSo/e--One-third cash balance April next. By application to the Cashier the l I mentioned iri this section; ind subject to the carry -
!I h" rith eight the at Bank, the parties will be furnished with blank Bondsund An Act making appropriations for certain roads, and proviso of the third sectien as to the time within ry nine tilt
per cent. interest and ,
for examinations and for the 1835.Be : >. apiece and each
?J.Leeurity,with Mortgages, and will be aided in preparing them surveys year -
| mortgage on the Negroes-the which-the railroads shall be comraenoedandcompleted.
ttder ;J.aYl"" for all Sold I for execution. JCHN Q. GAMBLE, PresideniJ it enacted by the Senate and House of works'turn about t .,. -
0( necessary by
papers. Tallahassee Feb. 28 29-tf .. is not sufficient .
J.ta. hft Carnochan, Administrator. Representatives, of the United States of America to

rt ,1835. P0ul| R. J. HACKLEY. Superior Cut Glass. in Congress assembled That the following l. Approved, March 3d. -, Each He employs shovel about ".
"" goes
ln NOTICE. received direct from the sums be, and they are hereby
JUST Manufactory, on appihe [Public No 34.1' He pays his a
*H.P ply at the same time advertised by Ca;)t. nment, and for sale low.for cash, two sett .. propriated, to bo paid out ofany money ,. An Act to continue the dffice of Commissioner: of month. His .
'\- OfLheL&teWZLLIAM nl for letters of administration, on superior CUT GLASS DECANTERS, withViNs: to. Treasury not otherwise appropriated for certain Pensions. His profits are p ol>

'oneofthelargtst' : &EUAaD, dec'd as I match. Aptly to roads, and for making examinations.. Dd : Be it enacted'by the Senate and Hause of So much for ..
rredn.ors. J. F. DAVIS, at 'Vm. Mane.r's 6torc.
,.-:. \ U..l3 Sltf GEORGE YOUNG 4 Tallahassee Jan. 24th, 1833 24tf surveys, for 1835,.viz. i Representatives of the United. State of Amer Maine,go and do ;


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,: ", : 1-. i i *.. .-a i utc.-Poor Caroline! She was laterally eaten I r grunstines I What Jan they o' do wi We feed mony their? steam An Eriglish navigation writer.to.Ifldia in advocating, byway of the Egypt ptject and ota aged of these mCDt unhppy'an({ though pel'5'b.Some Ife J\\m &n4 _,

: From the Legends of New England. alive. The wolves had frightful feast and they maun sorely mack soup them or old ru
4 \ ; a wi' them be they.grind their noses. the Red Sea makes the following statement: green age, they are few in 1LtaiQ,
,ARIGHT AMONG THE WOLVES.BY the taste of blood nigers or may wished the native Mussulman those who DU1Il
they became mad with them"-keek, keek-"Did you send an invoice "It is for by all with sink! untimely! i into the ou1p.lta
JOHN O. WHITTIER. When I came fully to myself --when. the on WI.* the cart, Saunders?" populaion of Asia and Africa, because It.wdl afford -I tile days -of theIr youth have well Ira?!.trr

__ -The gaunt IV gjf. horrible dream went -and it lasted but a "No sir, the man went a way without it.,' them (in their opinions) the most decided religious -: Nothing n more common than to> .

Scenting the place of slaughter with his long moment-I struggled to shake of the,arms of "Very well." advantages by giving them immediate access fifty as hoary, emaciated, and Wl' 1kled' D or
And offensive howl did ask for blood. tomb their at Mecca which stood on the borders ** it
most home and to the of prophet of fourscore lie
sisters which were clinging around me, I "The cart upset on way sir, .
the antI ferjcious wolf- my 60 miles from Judah, which last place the The effect of .
The wolf goant knew that to rescue would be use broke several of the stones, I hear. 19 only intemperance in lhore'
How many tales of wild horror are associated any atempt wild "Better and better-mak the twa dizzen three, steamers pass in sight of in going both to and strikingly exemplified to the eOQtrast ,"

with the name / Tales of the deserted battle less. As for poor Mason he was with Saunders, surely they'll no piece the broken.anes from Suez. The pilgrims of Afnca get a pass other classes of society to the Quke' ed h,.
horror. He had tried to follow Caroline when the of Asia of whom a
and pilgrims people I
field-where the wolf and the vulture feast together the gither to check the tally-the extra d! zen from Suez to Juddah, must again IItt il
realizing she fell but he could not shake of the graspof will about balance a saydel, Saunders. So, if we from India to Juddah ; and although a great portion appears from accurate cafcahtiSonly that1 favorj})ll. It
horrible' and obscene banquet, __
-a the of Bis terrified sisterHis youth and weak canna fit them wi' a saydel, we'll tak a ride aft of these prilgrims are poor,yet there are many I one person in forty attainsscore 'thr- L "A
the fearful description Siege constitution and frame were unable to with- them bare-baked.-KcckJ keek, keck, keek. that are very rich, who would most gladly pay while among the Quakers, wbQ8e age of r.

S Corinth, when I stand the dreadful $trial, and he stood by my "Wha's neist?" very large sums to enjoy the rapidity and certainty is proverbial, and who have long set t

"On the cdpe of the gulf side with his hands firmly clenched and his "Gabriel Juniper, sir." of a steam conveyance to Juddah. Another against the use of mlent spirits, not I IvtiI
There stood a rftvcn flapping wolf," "Fashions! drunken, r.ecrdowel1-wash his say strong reason IB, that the Pacha Egypt is much I in ten reaches that age-a most thaa one

Amidst the cold and stiffening cars of the teeth set closely gazing down upon the dark, I de! downi' a gallon o' gin and twa o' bandy. interested in this object, because it will afford him and one which carries its own inference striking Sgq
with the fluxed
shun or of the wild Scandinavian forests, wrangling creatures below stare I He'll no be able to-ihreep wi' me, for I lie's :amaist a rapid intercourse between Egypt and the distant

wfKTO the sinks down exhausted amid a maniac. It was indeed a terrible scene. aye drunk noo-syne he couldna keep his am say-I possessions of the Red Sea and Arabia (via Mocha : The establishment ofanew avenue

peasant and the wild wolf howl Around us was the thick cloud of nightandbelow del the last lime 1 saw him on horseback, i'ts vut I and Juddah) tributary to his government. Moreover : course and trade with Peru ;md or' .

the drift of winter, and leant the ravenous wild beasts were lapping richt he should pay for the lost ane"-Keek, keek, I the coffee and gum trades of Arabia, and : by which the passage around Cape u.lcracitl Horn 11:

Sounds fearfnll/ in his deafening ear, their bloody jaws, and howling for another vic keekr "Noo, Saunders, yere a decent lad, sac I Is3tisly the gold dust from the eastern side of Africa. will I dispensed with, is now engaging the ,may k
closer attent
rms ofetil eyes gather closer and ; your conscience and mind ye gte up Ill.. become completely monopolised by this steam company the Peruvian government. A late n orf

: j around him, as impatient for the death of the tim.The broke at last and our frightful 'shape o1 discount at the settlement, the amount o' firmed; the two former which are now f furnishes the following! particulars: English'pa tr

i doomed victim. morning ; i aw the fictitious items, barring the sydcl and the.. possessed almost entirely by the Americans, who The liner blazon.We learn from

I : The early settlers of New England were enemies fled at the first advance of daylight '.1'. grunstancs, though-mind that-barring the say come from Baltimore in ballast, to Mocha, purchase I shire 'reletrraph, that Lieut. 'Vin.Smyt the! U j.P.

Rot unfrequ<*ntly incommoded by the. numbers like so many cowaidly murderers.-We waited dels and the grunstanes. Non, seoul, up and their cargoes with dollars, and take the same ., Frederick Lowe, mate of the M'.

and of the wolves which prowled until the sun had risen before we venturedto close, ye deevil--soom up and close." to Marseilles, Leghorn, and Genoa, journeying left at Calho when that vessel sailed for -*'

t t ferocity ,. The hunter crawl oWn from our resting place. Wewerechilled A 30,000 miles from the day they leave Baltimore! ,I they han volunteered their services a ,

aiouml their rude settlements easily through-every hub was numb Srr.kNocDuEr.-Ianya duel has originated till they: discharge them at these Mediterraneanports of the Peruvian government to, at.the request -

overpowered them and with one discarge and Mason was de- and and occupying twelve months of time; Lima, for the purpose of embarking Pl'OCetd.
the ,
with cold and terror; :poor most trifling cause, many a on :
'f' of hiE musket scattered them from about his nbout tkedrcadful whereas the distance, if conveyed by the steam branches of the rn; Amazon foexnU or
world ,
delirious and raved wildly man has fallen for an unpremeditated u
: I ellinff. They fled even from the timid he had witnessed. There was the Woo uninlented insult. But the following duel company's vessels, is 1550 miles and "n twenty way unulllJ junction with the main sire! ?,do.r i
thing an
: ehil-Jt u Uj0 broad glare of day; but in the thick days frnm getting the goods on board the steam winch they were to voyage to
flnd "solitary tiit., .* a'.. r .._.....-. .'-.. .1.....":...- Hv trpo. nnJ two or three long locks of hair fought in the reign of Charles II. is of the boat at Mocha, they would reach Cairo and there to ascertain by survey, the sea. The objetj

< f man, they wore terrible from their fiendish were trampled in \he snow. most perfectly ridiculous origin of any we have find an immediate sale at great profit (100 per ing goods up the river Amazon practicability, to within ofj!?'

appetite for blo'
I I: have heard a fearful story of the wolf from were met by our friends from the settlement, laughable, the result was not so.Ve gather : article respecting which the gam of time is an ob. the commerce of Europe with Peru, without channel]

4 Hie lips of some of the oldest settlers of Ver- who had became alarmed at our absence. the particulars from Mrs. Jam 'ion'i "Beau ject, must go by the steamers-I may enumerate danger and loss of time; Consequent on a the

f. monte Perhaps it may be best told in the They were shocked at our wild and frightful tics of the Court of Charles Second." I letters of business antI importance, passengers generally round Cape Horn. The Peruvian mveron voyae!

appearance and brothers oftentimes told bullion and specie, coral, parIs: jewelrylaw has promised every assistance: in thf t
_t ,: language of one of the witnesses of the scene. ; my Sir Harry Bellasys was brave and generous : r power,And
me that at first view we all aeemed :like so ma- papers, newspapers, periodical and monthly an escort of soldiers, ,n hut of
in the 17.- of rash and On
'Twas a night January year a fiery disposition. publications, valuable freight of every description intelligent native officer tf Encnneers. an

"We had been to u fine quilting frolic, about ny crazy and brain stricken creatures. They night, alter a late revel, he was conversingapart that wiU fiord to pay freightage by the cwt. instead dore Mas')n was therefore induced 1 to Cnmnj.,,,...
assisted oirc.
-two miles from our settlement offour of five us.to reach our homes; but Harry Mason with his dear and sworn friend Tom of the ton (or by value). and various other mission to those dicers I) remain f for that .

rather late about twelve never recovered fully from the dreadful Porter of the chamber imtters which time and good are and from the known pu'
i. fog house Twas ; i groom to the king. \s management pose; s>!c II, enemy andne)
I oVrock I should guess-when the party broke trial. He neglected his business, his studies, they spoke with animation and rather loud certain of bringing into the concern, particularly severance of Lieutenant SIHJth, wliowaitfC

and dull and his friends, anon muttering to himself a- if a' that most extraordinary man, the Pacha of Capt. tteechytn the Blossom, .,11
up. There was no moon, a gray some one standing by asked they were quar- bermaarf
Jlhadow or haze hung all arouud the horizon.While I bout that horrible night. He fell to drinking telling l E\'tt! is about to commence a rail road across the dUcnvery aloni! ; the north westcoiflof: tl.e South
Desert of Suez, to benefit his own country, an American continent there is uoil
soon after, and died a miserable drunkard j!
overhead a fcw pale and sickly looking j I Quarrelling/" exclaimed Sir Harry turning reason to ex-
that will Indian JhaMhcse
fore had whitened a hair of his head. I objt-ct materially: expedite our ,. peel enterprising! officers tv'Jlsucccdia
stars, gave us their dull light, as thry shone age round, "No I would havo you to know i trans J. across the desert. The Pacha has aheady their useful, though arduous attempt.Jin .
through a dingy curtain. There wcro six of my part I confess I have never entirely that I ne\er quarrel but I strike i pledged: himself: the Governor General of India

h as in company-Harry Mason and myself and overcome the terrors of tho melancholy circumstances "HowF said Porter, "strike/: would I to comPlete this rail road, and I myself know that .! excellent Suggestion.-\\c cannot Wierp

t ; four as pretty girls as ever graced this side of which 1 havo endeavored to de could seethe man that dare give me a blow!" some apparatus" for this purpose is preparing in though it i is asserted by many, thy. France ts fa.sirousof .

the Green Mountains. There were my two scribe. Tho thought of it has haunted me Sir Hairy, flushed with recent intemperance this country. fightintr with tHe United Srat :,. And

( .I AiskTS and Harry's sister and his sweet heart, like my own shadow, and even now, the whole and ont) sensible to the defiance implied in we are sure that !trw, if any in this country,wo-ild,!

of next neighbor. She scene comes at times freshly in m) dreams these him. Poupei-The excavations of Pompeii have I wish f for War with the Frcnr.i; or wirha'ny other
the daaghtcr: our ::; wasa wcrds instantly struck They In
and I again: rodlloed'ery important discoveries. I nation. Those in the two cop.tnes Ious
start with of the : wht are .
down handsome girl that Caroline- up something same drew bul their alXi :
right were immediately separated by the house ciilcd that of Ariadne a magnificient to appeal to tl>< sword.o -nt Ly
I }bert. I never saw her equal, though I am no feeling of terror which I experienced: when friends. Sir Harry having got into his carriage 1 icniriuin: has been fround. The nich for tin1 image i, be transported to tome waste place! agrtvmcnt m Africa
4 iranger to pretty faces. She naa so pleasant more than a half century ago, I passed: a to return home, was followed by Porter, 'i of the tutelary divinity is at the back. On I to Borne island in the orein: where :..y may li III'!

and kind of heart-so gentle and sweet spoken night among the wolves." who overlook him in Coiivnt Garden, and the side> are paintings of a Leila, and a priestess' eaeh other without m,Besting tlieir: fe:'iw-citiztns' !,

: and so intelligent besides that every ,body called upon him to fight -having told one of who is in the act of offering a sacrifive, assistedby who ara disposed to !live in neace.Ye are sure

liked her. Sho. had an eye as blue as the hill THE LOST SADDLE. his friends, that if bewailed till tho morrow, a girl' who has the sacred utensiL in her hand I there is need.tl.ere! can be no .-.ed, ot !hostile

,, violet and Her lips were like the red rose leaf The following i* an extract from the "Ciuiso of I.I he knew they would be friends again and the Some ornaments, in \'tryeh.-gant anti delicite II proceeding. Let this couutiy be forbearing',and
the Midjje," as published in the February numberof I' style, of'a yellow colour on a red ground, are introduced dignified, and honorable, and Fr.lnl'twillllOl'u
in June. No wonder that Harry Mason loved Black wood. 1'I disgrace: of tho blow would rest upon him. as borders in the intervals of theee rep come ti> aii :m1 ic:)h' adjuMmtn "" .ne Jifflcuhy.: |.
fcer-boy though he was-for we had neither Swords drawn second time and the' .
1 "Saunders' quoth the oldest in the were a resentations. J: She will rot d-'ql'ld.} ::i. -. "-:r -i.; T.ch': t> with-j
of us seen our seventeenth summer. turn/"hac yf counted: the saydels man?" saiic: parties fought, until Sir Hirry, finding himself: In the house called that of Daedalus, the wallsof I, l hold what she has al e'I.I ly :..:.'",,,".:.-c' etlto bept
Out path lay through: a thick forest of oak "\:.es, uncle. twice: over, and there i is still onemising" severely wounded, staggered and had nearly a garden have been discovered. Tliey! are -_ The Landmark
With here and there a tall pine raising its dark fallen, but sustaining hnn-ell by *an effort, h; covered with magnificient landscapes. The first ,
Disc/lan.'i ld"e*. Ttjj ?
; n ; :ite Ju'lgDo.
the of vlnch i is extremely
.. full shadow against': tho fky, with an outline "Vera extraonlinar the i desired Porter '' said he affectionately gives prospect a temple-
| replied small buskv to fly.uTQm, I of "
interesting on account of its details, :md which: ly, Georgia; was rc !' I. k.tb! >> fir his wit, asweila :
; rendered indistinct by the darkness. The voice from the dark corner-:."Vara cxtraonlinar. i "thou hast hurt me; but I will make' seems to be dedicated to Apollo, whose! :: statute : for other tilenis. At ore place! where heattod

I : Hn* v was deep-deeper a great deal than ever Then after a pause"-" hae ye closed aw the accounts a shift to stand on my legs till thou 'nay cst stands near the entrance. On one side is a por.d in 'd court he was not iell y'tased with Iiia ente.-!
falls of late the surface frozen !, Saunders? t.nninent :It the nvrn. On the tirst of LEt
t 'cars-but was "No sir." withdraw for I would not have the troubled for which many wild ducks are swimming; and on cay

i; trongly enough to bear our weight, and wehurried "Wilk them what thou hast done!" He then kissed and the other fiver in whichare .sCtn some C.KVS. The court a I IHVJ, 'jtI&rtlt,, :i.-icofa pig had kr:a

on the white pathway with rapid steps. "Mr. WandcrsonV 0 arc open yet? embraced him; but Porter, unable to speak, second landscape is a delicious [r.ll"ine'iew in I. cooked vIce and laid 'Oil the table. No persng

L, XVe had not proceeded far befjpro a low longBow "Yin," said the voice. could only show him that he was wounded and Sicily. Polyphemus i is on the shore. Gala ica, I attacked: it. It v.a-? bio;:ht the next iby:and the
.. > l in thp nutlet ,, f the next, an.j t.vnted with if-' :*:arne respect; ml: 2
peau< ona dolphiit ) W3L ,
) came to onr OU h Wo ull know U In R .iitinov aim uiucHiuiurfe.! Moving. *" ll113: atJie tney were carried I
"Twa." teems to he listening to the singing of the Syre1.A *. \v.I01) the! table on the: day on which the CUDS!
foment: ; and I could feel a shudder thrilling home. Sir Harry Bellaeys died of his wounds
"Skinflint and Peascmral. combat of wild beasts in Tin amphitheatre; is '! adi-ti-iu! 'i. As the party: finished their: dince,
the arms that 1 folded close to mown as u within four days after the encounter: ; and thusin in Jiiuge DiJ 'ly! frome table! and in
Three." painted large dimensi )lls. A imjestic: bull is ; ree a sterna
,. sudden cry bursts: from the lips of all of us- "His honor the Bustos." consequence of a foolish and diunken outrage I running from a lion which pursu's him, hut a tiger | m:inner i addrc'seJ:: tLc clerk! : "?1r. Clerk.'*said uJ ,

? : the woK'os! the wolves!" "Four." pr.rihccl a young man of high hopes, I II more swifthas already eizerl him un-Ier the Le r. f "lirniss i I!ttat ilt) !Jl'on ti'tecoiruance unilde ;

: Did you over see a wild wolf not one of "And Gabriel Juniper." I ;!cneious feeling and approved j-alantry, by Meanwhile a courageous bestiarious strikes with J tlrst day: 'o}'!-, 'xt court. He Ins attended so( fiiffl-[

,L ,our caz d, broken down show animals \\hirh "Ay, there's five o' them. \Veel-awcel, Satin- : thf hand of the man he most loved, and for his lance a wild boar 'upon the snout, fr\>ui which j I fullvt1tiig the Pre 'nt term, tint: I don't thiskit .(

.: arc exhibited at six pence a sight children half der, \..-e maunna lose the value of the saydel: at i whom he would willingly have: shed his blood. the blood spouts up. A little further off, a second I will le necessary to take any security.. : "j t.

price-but fierce half starved langcrs of the no rate-sac just clap in 'item one sydel to ilk : N. Y. Transcript. huntsman has laid at his f feet, a bear, in whose IiUhc Houso of Rc-'scnMtivos--- of the Stale! I..,
body a remains while another hear flies in
1 the 5 hae read ofl'the spear ,
t) seriawtimthe'll
forest and the ye new -
ttintry howling hurryhg on over of M
issachtiaetts resolve in favor of a t
a terror. Two stags are standing still. as if coa a pe
barren mad with ? ThereIs no aw objeck-anc we will surely stick- 1IEA \VITHOU r FIKE &c.
snow actually hunger ,
maybe mair." templating the destruction of their enemies. The lilton! from UishFeu, -vick, for an approprla. C
The following wonderful l article is
no one ofGod's creatures hich has such a I was a good deal amused with this, and while : the London Chronicle of January 1 copied from compartments between the landscapes and the f lion of moony by'.lac! State to ptj for damages : t,
frightful fiend sh look as this animal. It has : hunting piece are filled with of helmets aswbol
figures t
the others the destruction
;: were inspecting: some sets of names*, When the properties of steam and its by by
the form as well as the spirit ofa daemon. and the quality of several open boxes of soap, I were first Ascertained, it was supposed that human power : drums, and two small palms. The top of the thu Convent at -hirlostown, his been rrjcct- ;

Another and another howl-and then wo could not resist drawing nearer, under the Ice of I genius could extend no further, still since then we i wall !is finished with some cornices of stucco, of ed afer debate, by 413 votes to 67. More ,

Could hear distinctly the quick patter of foot I the partition, to enjoy the fun of the thing. Pre- have ffHd our streets and houses lighted by gas, I, colours elegant workmanship which and wonderful painted: effect.with various than half of the votes in favor of the measaw .
behind us. We all turned right about and sently Twig joined me. and noy: we are to have our residences warmed were esectitives ofBoston. tiieCityol
Lo/t. Lit. Oax. given by rep
looked in the direction of the sound. The conscience of the younger of the two in- anc": our provisions dressed without the use of"fire, ,i [ .

The devils arc after us, said Mason and vincibles seemed to rebtl somewhat at this unusual flame, smoke, steam, cas, oil, spirits, chemical pre- The Quart els of i Benevdencc.-- The ----Th- _-__
but characteristic method of ;
balancng an account p.iratioB, or substance =
dangerous whatever.
to line of dark bodies. And intact any is liberal ; FOL t\LK
: pointed a so and of a exemplification of the doctrine of ,
making'gain the loss of saddle. provoking
a Incredible this
as it i is less St
may appear, no true, A well \A.J Piauwtion on tie
whole of them bowling one another to works. We take it sc'
they were-a troup "Really, oncle, none of these parties the good 4.
got an ingenious: having invented machineby
a roavl from Tallahassee to Uaincymii
like so Indians in a wOv.r c saddle: 1 certain of that." from the Cazenovia, N. Y. Monitor '
many pow am positively which it may be accomplished. It is m.-ide: of ,III'' l between 'he two named towns. ForfJto
bad no weapons of any kind; and we knew "It's no' my fawt if they ihda-we canna lose brass, about 2-2 inches high, 12 inches wide, and A strife: of rather an unusual character, was ther particulars, enquire on the 18eZ& .

Enough of the nature of tho vile croitures who the sadyl, Saunders by no manner of means. six deeD, has the appearance of a miniature chest carried! on in Buffalo, durilJ ,the last cold weather A pi 4, t 83.). :u-\w! ciU cie.
"0, but sir," persisted the other, "?Ir. WanJenson The Mayor, Ebenezar Johnson, gave public notice -
followed us to feel that it would l be useless to of drawrs, and is surrounded by an inverted crescent Marshal's Sale. .
r for instance, a person you always speak so which is hollow for the p'urpose of in the city papers on the 16th of February, *
Contend without them. There not containing the Cle
was a iii o- [ e.ii
tint he would virtue of a writ of fi'ri facias
cords of
I highly on""Haud! It i is calledVenn's Q5 Wood, to such l IN
meat to be lost-the beasts were close water. solar stove, andis office of the Superior Court for Leon Conajj
: savage your tongue sir, and do as I bid yeit'II heateJ poor fymilies as were unable to supply themselveswith ,
by "elementary heat, produced (according I shall otTer for sal at pu'lic auction, for C3S
: Upon us. To attempt flight would have been no l he charged conscience and a proviso that 'none need apply whose in e
.( ycre yere to the words of the inventor) by 'separateand Lota with! r the improvements thereon, snrate:
t hopeless affair. There was but one chance no the keeper o' mine." conibined elements.' It may be used with poverty has been caused b> intemperance.' i City of Tallahassee, and designated j in the R

Of escape, and we instantly seized upon it. I was amazingly tickled at this. !CLer a pause, the greatest safety in ships, and in manufactories This brought out Manly Colton, Esq. on the I I13th there ofas lots No. 114 an:I U-\: pointed out and*i
To thf tree; let us climb this tree! I cried "Hne ye charged the saydels yet, Saunders?" and warehouses, where, in consequence of the who gave a like notice, that he would give !} on as thy property of David Thomas and W'' 1'1

: Springing forward toward a low houghed and "y s, sir," said the clerk, doggedly; yes, all combustible nature of the stock, fires are prohibi to shivering mothers and children of the city, who sold to discharge nu execution ia favor ot Iii(
I and I have become and destitute in William!', v:!'. Alston, &Co. : : d,
charged, am just the accounts/ i
oak which! I at closing ted. The heating is so clean and simple poor consequence tie ooro;
gnarled saw a glance, might proceess t the first Saturday in May.: next, befc-e
uClose o' "rthe crime Se
nane the accounts-devil's in beasily intemperance on the
the ladwi'
be easily climed into. that a lady with white gloves on may perform part the Court House: between Ieg.il hours. .. .
his hurry; close nane o' the accounts, sir-so it without soiling them child three of of their natural protectors, twenty five cords ot'> \NDOLPHT MOITallahassee. 1O
or a T. E. 0t
Harry Mason sprang lightly into the tree, noo charge twa three odd things till each o' the age without injury. years Wood. I March i8. 33-t" !

and aided in placing the terrified girls in a five, just to smoor the sadyel l, ye ken-what are Yesterday its powers were exhibitedat the West The next day, O. H. Dibble, gave notice that i dl

place comparative security among tho thick ye growling at-do ye no understand yere mither India docks, before capt. Parish, the dock master: he would furnish 25 cords of wood to such familiesas To the Public. .(;* !<,

: ough 1 was the last on the ground, and the tongue-to mak the charge less noticeable, ye T. Shelrake, esq. engineer, Beck, and were unable to purchase it, without requiringthem 1JOT, n)wns the place! of residence ( t:1
Whole troop were yelling at my heels before I ga wrna rd." a number of other gentlemen connected with esq. thedock to prove either that they are 'beastly (drunk 1 "A. Case & Barber," we give nonce LcjJJ
the of "Really sir,?' said the rounder of the two. "1 ards' or 'that they have never expended money in that we have received 2-1 boxes CharkstoJ!.
leached rest the iompany. There was company. who expressed the greatest astonishment their account brig Aldcberoflt /lorn
noftbe do per
have to action intemperance. Co-
courage so unjust an of > &:
1 at Mr. \" invaluable DUERR
one moment'of hard breathing and wild exclamations ennis discovery, and The C. F.
mysplf.' day following, Samuel Twichell,jr. offered
satd't considered it would be of incalculable 1835. ((33ttJt --
jey March 20.
lieU calm
among ua..aad i a leeling 1. Marks
Haud ycrc tongue, and write what I dictate, service the &c. Heat to ;give 25 cords of wood to such as were destitute noU td brta
.. to
thankfulness for our escape. Tho night was then sir-wha's first! Ay, Mr. Wanderson. Let invisible navy, was produced by and unable to purchase it, 'no matter. from what A LL. persons interested, are hereoy the C;, :
means in less than two minutes and in in
the subscriber has filed
.. a
Cold and wo soon began to shiver and shake me sec, an I L hinge and a lock and bottleof I cause they became so.'
negro COt1' 1Ol\l
three minutes Gadsden
afterwards which
water had been of Court of
._ like so many sailors on the top mast of an Ice- blister flies to Mr. \Vander.ionHe's always put info the crescent, boiled with such force, that On the same day, Alanson and Julia Palmer an.. division of the County estate of Sherrod tcCalJ,dec J.lal\ iiU

land whaler. But there were no murmurs- giving poor people help and medicine, and he'll the window of the room in which it was tried was nounced that they would give one hundred dollars I of said county ; 'lnt! will at the nexsaid JuJ1.! toe

complaining among us for we could.dis notice them. Whas neict?" compelled to be opened to let the steam escape. in provision and clothing, to the needy. They I Court,move foi the appointmentcrs OfC0'I

tine y see the gaunt attenuated bodies of "The Custos, sir." There is a drawer in the machine in which a steakor say 'It is enough for the applicants; to be poor-we to divide and apportion aid estate agl--1, 111))
"Ay, the Custos," said the voice; "a jovial chield be cooked in wish not to know the cause of their misfortunes, : the claims of the respective titione'*-
chop can its but !
Wolves own there DAIflDSO" hI
beneath and and then ; ,
Could us, every now we I is his honor-BO, so-just clap down, item, twa not being one at hand, the experiment gravy was not but wish all to be, temperate, industrious, and .'111C'l" R...'U'Call, 1 R. H.M. for l'eut oI1 tillrt
the AtL'Y
see in
great glowing staring corkscrews. He's Petitioner.
eyes up no very muckle gien to payin', tried. 1 hree hours after it had been heated from happy. '
ttee where we were seated. And then their but ne'er mind-1'41 it John Whelock butcher also Q.uincyI'arch2l, 1835. (33.3m
screw out o' him in rum and which time nothing had been done to it, it was a gave notice on .
yells-they wore loud long and devclish.I.know .' plantains." And here the creature laughed found to be still so hot that it could scarcely be the same day, that he would give to the suffering NOTICE. will 3PP1 III rk r

not how long we remained in this "eldritch laugh," sounding more like keek, keek, touched with the naked hand, although it had been p.or of the city, 25 pounds of beef for every cord SIX \\"ceksfter date, the subscribers the-' ; J

;. Situationfor we had no means ofascertaianing keek, 'than any common cachination. "Wha's carried from the dock to the city. We; understandit of wood that the mayor would/urnish-and would Judge of the County Court wr on :ka I edid
the time ne'ist? is the intention Viol go into a detailed examination of how they Gadsden, for Letters of Administration
-when I heard a limb of the tree of the ingenious inventor, who I SiIT
ofC Hills
"Joliffee and Backhous. JVc :
; needy. pt. .tAlfduincy
: Cracking as if it were breaking down beneaththe 4tAy braw English lads has expended all he was possessed of in bringing March 23, 1835.33-6W1[ ]
are they baith, Iccberalchields it to perfection, to exhibit it to UK public bi
weight of some of ua; and a moment after and fond o' _
guid eating clap a round o' the museum of artc and iences in Leicester Premature OldJlgt.-Drunkenness has NOTICE. .
: a wonderful -
wards a shriek went through like the Jew beef the o't heir be ::;
ears on tap : r
my sayde"-Keek, keek, square. effect in anticipating effects of It causes ;; wecits after date, application1 ,
piercing of a knife. A light form keek.-uWha's neist. SIX o! Gad eoCap' t
J. went plunJpnfc ._-- time to pace on with giant strides-chaces Hon. the County Court
'4 .,. through the naked branches, and fell with "Skinflint and Pea emeat, LIT." NEW YORK March youth from the constitution of its victims-and for Letters of Adnunialration on the estate
4du11 and heavy sound the stiff "Bah-nasty Scotch bodies," (and what 16. clothes John Hills, late of said county, deceased.ftt S ;
4. ; upon snow. may The Constitution them prematurely with the gray granitureof ROP 1
'Oh God lam you be, thought I) "and well I wot I 'J would be frigate sailed yesterdaywith JONATHAN )
} How eften do the'sunken ((32.6.-
gone I glad to savdeithem"-keek,keek-"hut orders to stop at Havre, and if our rela- years. we see eye, Gadsden county, March 18, 1835.
they'll no
the shrivelled
It cheek
was the voice'ol the feeble and
Caroline rADen.) Thef tottering step, NOTICE i
be fitted that I tions were of amicable character ISTItATOR'S
gate, trow-they an to ADMIN
are owre gleg; pro- head in eseat!
hoary who
men have entered into
scarcely the
; poor girt never spoke again! There was a hor- sell them )loose, and if he claims against
, a wanted .a lei; or the ceed forthwith to the Mediterranean; if other- the autumn of their existence? To witness this A LL persons having req U rtd"

I r.' .. i-dizziness and confusion in my brain, and I fud-my certie, let slice finding it oot, they wad wise, to return with Mr. Livingston and fami- distressing picture, we have only to walk out ear- ./5L SHADRICK ROGERS, deceaSed with,- v P' 0

;. ...1, :.:.. spoke oot-and I stirred not for the whole was plea it afore.they payed it-sae pass them owcr. ly. This fine ship, the pride of the Navy, has ly in the mornings, and see those gaunt melancholy scribed present by them law duly-Those authenticated indebted to the n'JLifc _
&t that time like ,nut wait awee-I loath let Skinflint
un ugly unreal dream. I am to
' 1 only .' Hoo escapea.fter I been entirely rebnilt; and with the exception shadows of mortality, betaking themselves to quested to make immediate payment. oG $ *
: ttmember there ,vera cries and : aw. many grunslanes did their cart the gin of dreadful 31-Sw) Ra1 R ...
shudderingsfaround for the other .: of a few of her old timbers, may be said to shops, as to the altar some March 21st, 1835. [
me; I joined with them-and that day'r be demon, and qua filing the poisoned cup to his honor Jl'' bJQ
Two dozen sir. a DCW vessel. She carries with her the C ---' )& t.
there.1ii; smothered groans, and dreadful as the Carthagenians propitiated the deity of FEW sacks of boll.vy bLiCk S

4 t feowls uadtrneatW It was all over in a min- "Twa dizzen the like ffrunstanes did ye say?-heard best wishes of the country' for' her success. their worship, by flinging their children into the ..& bushel!* to the sack,for. .ale. r. .jjjUA14. 1 14*
aortal o1 that four Star.
ony '. and l twentyca' fire which burned within 11it:: brazen image.: Must .. 34- w W. V


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killed three hoissfts, ..aa A J.&Jy'acddent)
LOBIDIAN men place the th
as on:
many more. .
: The captain-General of Aragon nIt..in the coal-mine of Bolda-Labord! belonging NEW YORK. : PROSPBCfi1O. -: .. ..
Minister of War acquaints the to M Bcco THE Coppered and h ._ ,. .
that the rebels had over-run that ,Burgomaster ofChockier, in BtlglUm. Cop a.stened I .: t t

=A1Ta1aAm 13IB i Province, and that his exertions are directed to e-- Eight men on descending into the pit had arrived Brig New burthen Hampshire.about A No. I, Captain TaUahasset Go:tilt and Gene3. "

APRIL 11. General-in-Chief terminate them, and support the operations of the at a depth of about 140 feet, when the rope by _ Lery having, part of her cargo 500 bales cotton will I THE undersigned propose publish in the .Cit9' .
SATURDAY. of the Army of the North. which they were engaged, Tallahassee, Florida
a weekly enli.
suspended and they
From the details &v way, commence loading for the above I paper
place titled the
clude our readers will con were dashed to bottom. Four of them and proceed with all despatch "Tallahassee Gazette and General Adter.,
\ hare seen a certified copy with us that most of the were necessary tiser,, its columns will
e be devoted
r**- provinces of Spain nstanUy killed; three survi to Politics Iniert
a. r infected an hour and W. c.
are only IILLER. .
Court in this case-Itrf with Carlists, and that nal Improvements, and
therefore the general *
eof the Supreme the eighth died on the followi 81 l'iarks, April 9th 35-2w intelligence comprv
of the -mght. The bo
**d full extent of the Queen has its hands full. die sing the news of the day, both foreign and domestic
the icrFor
grant Sale
to the claimanls: The latest: dates from Lisbon received were horribly mutilated. One. of the victims *obbls- Nova Scotia seed Potat es wither civil or political. ,
ru1S SL Marks) extending from Cape St. were of the 1st February. The Queen at Madrid j had 1 his arms torn off. 30 do prime Philadelphia Flour and 5 casks prime .In accordance to
Fort and her con- : R'ce custom, we shall proceed il\o3
[f&P the St. Marks' river, including the towns of sort had returned from their excursion to Oporto, i A cutler, at Lyons, is said to have succeeded 10 brief manner, to lay before the public an analysis very of

&: *.V and Apalnch The present proprietors II ble where, it is said, they were received with indiscriba- I perfecting a mode of tempering steel, to such a NOTICE: the plan, on which the Gazette will be conducted.

1 16lift tcd be in this place in a few days. It is enthusiasm. high degree, that he can, with a knife so tempered Strayed from the owners residence on They will endeavour, steadily tn keep in view, the _

tttXPnodthat tp the land will be immediately brought cut through a two sous piece without the edge Sunday evening the Slh April, a sorrel landmarks of the Constitution of the United Stales, .

*"* liberal terms to the occupantsjstflinarkct'or' FROM CHINA AND THE EAST being turned!! d Horse, about eighityears old, he has a by which they hope to steer there cour e aright, ag ____

the most A dreadful earthquake occurred In the Island of London, for the three months previous to Feb. blaze face, and I think three white feet. moderation and firmness will be our motto, we shall _
Java the l has been He was seen in Tallahassee be slow to brand with political herisy those '
scute3LOUMha- on IOth October harfpast more healtay than for on Sunday politicians _
o'clock similar
I ,3d: in any period evening last at dark. He is likely taken who may honestly diff'erin onnion from
the for by ni-
morning-said to he the many years. up some
severest ever felt within person-the same will confer favour It is our design fairly to _
a the
week in ration Political
icnnrkrd: last to i the of the Amorhie by speedy in. I report passing
\ memory oldest inhabitants. The con new worki Js "Selwyn i in search of formation to me. A. news of the day, the political views that
J aniearionof Mr. Wyatt, that except as far cussion is represented to be most awful, and al}- I a Daugl ,'.' by author of "The Moors." Lake Lafayette, Leon Co. April l'l, 1335.: 35fj.en / I occasion to advocate, will be done dispassionately wo mar so _

1. infiurncc of our editorial I columns goes, no one most teyond description. Tile governor's palace A news paper writer, alluding to Sir Francis I 'I' .. .. far as_we arc concerned and we hope ourFnVnds wfc : :t _

the other candidates possesses any advantage over 1 1t I and several other houses at Brutenzprg, also the Burden, says "his heat of brain has subsided under 1)ollars.I'ewai-d. may favour us with communications, win observe the 1 ;

rH* Floridwn is equally open to all-We have fine house Poudok Sedin are destroyed. The the frosty influence of coming age"-meining 4ct STRAYED from the same rule, otherwise there publication, ,will not take j
t It* the establishment of this paper, charged a Government offices, the Custom-house, and several that he is changed from a radical to a aenserva- I y plantation of thc subscriber) with place strict; in the observance of this eouisc, we shill tori I

1 since wllich liavc pub.i&icd a"dflljL other large buildings have all suffered. l ive.Mr. YkY (Mickaspoky Leon impartiality. ;
artiflc wc Four county, It will be thc aim of The
f pn'c to cite an instance to the contrary.: ]For';.: small houses in the Moorish camp have fallen in. ? 'Co"ne11 says his election cost him only a OIAII on the r.igbt oPtha 7th inst., there patrons all the satisfaction publishers they tor render to ,; !' Y
A whole 1001 while that asorrel Horse capable of
) station sixteen
post dJF'I hands
charge all alike. near"Tjieessaenay, including opponent cost 15,000/1 bearing mind however the old
and hanuoills, we adage, "iheythatwould
stables Mr Abeicombv high, a in his I :
papers horses 10 the reform forehead i .
: dwelling houses candidate for
e fyc to
was speaker remarkable crooked hind legs, and well The'above attempt please every body will please no- t
swallowed up, and not a vestage remains ofit. A is son of the illustrious Gen. Abercombv, who reward will be for jointed. todjr" _

r 1_Waif is now in the Territory-He came by reporl had arrived on the 13th, f an irruption of 1 Jell in Egypt. Horse to the subscriber paid, or to Maj.the Edwards delivery of said AI though it is our design to pursues'-"f1 .un-.

rtvof( P'n-acola, and nvi> be trcc.\c here in a the Gunong G.ediee, 40 miles distant from Balavia OTer er. HENRY R. EDWARDS, or his tramclled, by the shakles"'of. any poirK* Partyrnrnakiurr J

"D'lcrsund that he will rccclve a'Jlny having: taken place which it II th lOR:. 3)rr ibis avowal w. _. .u tie understock. as 'I '
;Vys. ''Ve ) was hoped would act [COMMUNICATED.] :April t/ving Yuuiuticui. lot the importance, of correct pnnci- .

't clcomc through thr entire West.nr as a safety slave. No lives Ire reported to have Died in Quincy, Flo. on the 18th ult. of Consump- FOR SALE, (at less than cost,) pIes. i I : E

been lost at Batavia, or its vicinity. Several }lighter i tion, Mr. DANIEL BOWlI1ANY, (son of Frances A N elegant Fall-back PIURTAK, with double Harness They wish however distinctly to haTe it known,

filTh i1)ct. for Pen- shocks were felt in the course of the three dayssulsl'quent. V. Many, of Now York) in the 21st of his Fly-Net, Pole and Shafts. All handsomely that they will neither lead the van, or foIlQw in the}
left this place on year 1 train, of Designing political Intriguer who "men I
Eaton a;e. The deceased mounted brass. The Carriage was built by are
it. where he proposes spending a short tune. A Chinese Junk from Maulmien laden with, has left although a stranger among us, the most faithful workmen in the City of New York of principle in proportion to there Interest, *" I

c, ? und.rsmd: ihr he will p,\ s the Bummer in Ten- rice, was run down by H. M. Sloop,of war Harrier his J loss.numerous fiiends and acquaintances to lament and the work has been executed in the neatest and Several Columns of the Gazette, will be appropria '
his He was regarded by all who knew most substantial It ted of Essays of Moral Miscellaneous character
be ,
Lf business ofimportmc.e I cquire near Prince Wales Island him, as manner. can seen by immediate
hou-d- no about
;, r' the 10th a young man application Mr Patrick under the head Readings for.Saturday evening. P
.. Dur ng his abs nee thc October and possessing principles of the strictest to Kcr \ Tallahassee.
*:1, r.e.1iCC m the Territory.: totally lost, together with severalof b.ty, and a character pim llth April, 1835. [(35-3w1] M. G. WIKOFF. The publishers ate fully aware of the difficulties of
Mr. WalKcr who unexceptionablc. lie bore
I! t.Iuve cuties will devolve on the persons on board About 20 contrived to ill.iess! his there undertaking, but they place great reliance on '
1.n occasion dis.ircdhem' to the en-ire i get on board' the Harrier. with much fortitude, and gave up his spirit to LISTREMAINING OF LETTERS the public liberality, and believe that a diligent atteDt

t'I I former of .h- iitlc.'e h f-cc the GorbacV .I SINGAPORE, Oct. 30.-By late accounts from the Being whence it came, with the most becoming in the Post Office at Quincy, tion to business, and zealous effort to 5er?e the pujK .I.
I *: fLjion Malacca resignation on the first day of April, H% will secure to themselves liberal share .'
a urnfi'r the races to discharge his duo we learn that a horrible: event has re- ; notwithstanding "it is appointed for all 1S'J5, which if not taken out before the 30th day of I a OfpftLfon-
: ,
IS Present of the Club. Until that: time we7o ccnl'y taken place at Lucoot, where certain tin men once to die." The premature: exit of this worthy June, 1835, will be sent to the General Post Office age.The City of Tallahassee being located in the cert-

ol f nothing tlwt he will be called en to perform mines ;uo; situated, the Tuank\ Rajah: Soo Boo- and promising young mm, will long bo regretted by as dead Litter I tre Florida anti surrounded by many natural advan. I

W importance than tu sin a acoaiiwssion, to fill s.O, }having been killed! by the Chinese inhabitants his numerous friends. A. S. B.iniuijrt A Mclver, Alexander tares, }possesses in a give space around its centre a

f mere flt1riug jiiv.icc, who plundered him of every tiling he possessed, Anderson John f Marr, 5arahiArmistead larjrer population than that of any other portion of the I

l t1 ep:1cecof! some specie to the HII'-lIt it i! said, oftwenty thousand Fabian Muse & Forman, 2 Territory, within thc same limits, has but one weekly ,I

dollars) ; besides gold! and other valuable.s His ti Alky, F. P. Monroe Thomas newspaper. .

"',:;sh to day t.Ca1Ui1)ed ) pr .p.-ctns of a new pt l r houses were also burnt to the ground. We have Arnistray, John E. N In addition to this there are many valuable tracts j
? B Nilson, Solomon I of Land: which wr doubt will be
TaII.J1asce. This, if WI' recollect not heard the causeof this outrage.Ve not soon brought ":
) presumeit ST. Burton Tcnertou
t u iii cultivation should the
i fourth proposal ofll'O.' kind whichTl.c was either cupidtiy on thc ol the Chinese prescrtt prices of the great- .
the tliidttr part Bcill, Duncan Pot James ILBalehe I
::I\t\ IS i CLEAlltn.9th staple ofitte country be maintained-which must considerably .
truth is there is not or oppression an that of thc Rajah. We learn also !- John G.
2 Pirket
th' pa- Bright
!aft2Lfl 1'171. Brig FusquchannahVjIson! for p.ognum thn p'pulation of tIle country.
Liverpool I
I lit b ill this place to sniport, two 1apcr that numerous murders and robberies have R. Lyon, 306 bales Cotton. by Black! James Philips, Ksil.tr 2Beck .Frr.m'iiu- ii;ici!.'rarions stated above, we have .
; r iiVtsWIl uf lie Lusinrsswi.uM& ruin j l.o'Ji csuUibteit occurred in the iutcrior towards Lucoot and Lig 10, Brig Tallahassee, Ratioon, New York, by R. Elizabeth Pope, Wm. th rdun. no hfi.:it. ii .n, in believing that we may with '

All tqual Ifll\ one can hope to cxi:t on a sT.lllrr.be.rc. uey, sin'e :he above transpired. Lyon, with Cotton ann Hides. Booth, WilliamBerrinan R rmiEdri.- rv tor the cnm].iete succcs of our under >
. offi..e ofcomvnnctiuliiliconp SINGAPORE Nov. G._,'c regret to learn by private ---- -- -- -- --- Elias Read, J }lmRrJ.ertson t&::n::, ('Ii the l1pr'ort of a'generous public.
14lfa c.ipal.Io -
prinljne: C
1'heco* Mary
accounts from China of the 15th ult. NOTICE. CONDITIONS ::
, in existence wHl not be ( that Chosse Nicholas U. 2 Rowell Valentine
alrcndy I The cTt.lla..GazeLte! and GeneraljAdvcrtiser!
. esstlmn$1WOr.nd J the Annual cadi cxncn.hiurr-s ofIJ Capt.which) R.:left F:. Lapiinjr, of the Dutch brig Harriott, TilE undersigned* will apply, six weeks after the Cherry, John V. Ragals, Margaret 2 will) be ;pili; -t5! on a ?uptr royal sheet, at Four dollars,, _" .
: "
( tin t for China the 14th hcrroi, to the honorable
port on
Sept.) County Court of Cratidick James S ,
! office during its short'lifp, l.jt pr nnniii", yae! i in advance, or on delivery of the :
,(HiO.$ TteCenrI'r wasinurdered by the crew of the vessel the County for permission to sell Lots Nos. 19j D
I on milcy, John A. 5 first no. f>nr Jo'Lus' fitly conls after the ;
t xpliation of-.
I tI '2OfIO, )), iho' it ,UIi b1ed I'Yllmoctrnry p-.iMir ofIcir passage.; Thc vessel! it is i said}, vas retaken, and I 10G, 197, and 138, in the city of Tallahassee, feeing Dickson, Aaran Jweet, James L. : six m..nths or five tl.ll.irs at the close. of the year. I

,, m the Terrilu!)', :hI conducted with more tact is in posscrsinn of a Portuguese guard at ,Mar.Q3'j part of the rcal c.n-itc Antonio La.nbert, d'cd to be Dickson, John Sweet, A. S. No st'tacrifMion will be received for a less terminal .

tad sbiL'y than: i<"fcn| the case with a countr}" newsp&pcr Much i is siid: to be due t to the exertions of a passenger I old fur the purpose of satisfvins thc debts of the deed. Dertctt, Washington Scott, n.. one yeai, nnd (he pijierrill: not be discontinued with. :

ad jet it failed, paving a he.Joss to the pr,. supposed to bc Capt. Linstcdt, formerly II.JOHN B. BULL ) Adm,rs- DjcJ,5011T rtho Smith, John oii'l urilers,-:inj all arrearages are paM up. :

rlurs. Since thut tim, the ability} of the countryiBinj'portnewFjM of the barque Alexander! ( in causing the vessel to April 1* 35-lf LAMBETlT. 5 Dickson, R.E S. Smith, E.S. The t.rsl T'i.IU'r'iU! le issued during thc ensuing I
Shaw Roderick
a !t
be retaken. sttinii, or r u-ly in the fill.
. \j>, K has not inrrcvsod, but rather j j Edwaids, CullinG Shock O. \V.
Union C'o-.r.rnunict.ions: sddresd, to the publishers must be
.- td4nCi, Prices i f.n: pr.ntms }h.ivc f.\ll n, al1.th pitr.ma j [r(raG! cfn Hltrfram Canton, ,altdtn'.l 1S3J. Bank Stock. Stevens, lie ry t post pud. JOHN BALDWIN & Co.

;t: of tl.r l."id OlTirc i jq now next to nothing I ItunJTiakinjr The Blaclc! Teas of fine qualities are purchased 0.- SHARES Union Bank Slock fir s.-lc. ApAiiU Grant, JoshuaGregory T Tahl.srrif!' ; Sth, 133>. .. I {
:j up for the ngii>h market: as fast as they arrive. ply to R J.JIACKLEY. Jesin Thomas, Mary
.uM it wit!h
'nL psnt na any en- t t1rJl'Jt The Greens come in slowly, and, as is usual', the: April 9 25-lf Graham, T. B. Towers, Gcr \1. EVGR/1 VIX 6. .
and mht:1: If M bilc! .
1. "li\U'\flmCltt, will ; ultimately. ) finest chops arrive first. I do not think the prices MILL SAWS Harris, J. B. U il. Th.-o-w. Enrater of n-lnk Notes, 1\fa\C, ,J
11 sustain twj paper;, as luc bc<*n pmvrd l byicvfral will he settled) before December. Early in that; English and American Circular HubJardVm.! H. Ussary, Eii'sj.rxthWinn : : S r.'nrt't! Heads of Bills, BasHess and Vi6i-

. succcssiv fiilun*, h.iw cinTnllahassce: with:I month I think the purchases will be made for the BOTH\ Wining Gudgeons, ,Files and SAWS, I W tin-j- <* i.iDii;!>!''I; >% Notarial and Sciely Sea!% :
1.r .tsjraiteineansn'id: : p'jiaUtion! ? nOW vi'r we arejt."fteiytiilmc I Coliseum, a* she i is now in demurrage. The oth- I machinery for Faw Mills, either on hind or, furnished Ingrim, John & Balch, I Poor l'i.ivo,
re tail: the ixj-cnnirnt should he tried er earl.e. od.* will not I hope, think of purcha- ; at mod.'rate prices by G LO. LANMAX. J Woaks, James I i ertrr.l in a nf en.v manner. Specimens may be se 11 '
: i Johnsonoeph Wilcocke, J .mc? i I{I at i.II'i",'o B.ftl.c,where odrcrs bo .
a .Vising' mat lh' priMicittoj .if.tr a loss of a cool thouI I sing lief ire the! first January. Several fir thc I, April 9 't5-tf _ J.,.'.n, Daniel Winn, Thus. P.. I I TalmllO.Iarch; ;; 1 19th! iS'Jj. may left.

B Pf.1.d(!two. \\il!! 'I' o-tjc-ni to ".\t their own bread and I American sltipsare_ going lo Manilla for Sugar_ j 'r.llwfJle! Town Properly at I'cndne. Jcrrott, Hiram Wilkinson, R'uhard I? jtU"* fci i-" ttl1 d ornamental painting executed as a-

ere .;T;:,.r,.,..: X:..!.Cir jcgaDors alone.' and Hemp, and several other are unuer such SHALL sell! to the hishrst; bidder on Saturday L 'Vooten, John !!! i\" .
..t I limits for Tens: that they will be obliged to seek! J I thc 2d day of May, witho-it reserve, that well Lancir, JohnLarrimore Woo rl1, J. A. --- -4

-r cargoes cbewhcre. known property, -'The Planters Hotel." J. H. T. V I UAtW I
% Flfn THC tLtRIIJIAN.rfreiAsoiv : J Terms-One third cash, and the balance in two instalment Lackwoud, J. D Youngc, Davii D. I .4"1 Jf: iO1.: GIJHNLUND informs Professer of Musk .
the Ladies
M bun Maithii jwctfnily and Gentlemen.
*of 9 and 12 months. ;, \
,ae Ttf' opponent*object to in/ upon the CHEROKEE INDIANS.In R. J. HACKLE Martin, Martin [7SLettci-s-3J-3vv] ofTI11.th! t he will be happy to wait on La4;.

i:BJLI. :thai I xivali have r.o influence: at Washing-} the jflobn of the 7th ult. we found the treaty: April -twElection Mel I vain, Johnston r dies h.i\ i.i; Tianno Foites thnt.stand in need of slringin .

e ta To say that :r. r ure that m'siitb? ( rioncludrd with a portion of the Cherokee Chiefs, Persons rntlin for the abo.c letters will nlp.ir-e !. ard uimnir' and he assures those that may honor .
>- any prcposeifu'ihcadrasi j[ for nn ext in uishment of the claims of tlse: tribe to Notice. say advertised. M. BLUE--p'M. i him v.-jili <; rnlil.linl! the inst r men ts shall be tuned :a ..
::t : t:. :. .: the Territory founded on land of the \tis"ls This is \ ;in .'
cast a
j ; iippi. arrangement supp<:r.ry-< >tm r manner.
,w "f auj rLt: f>.\ <\ not bo :1.t tr.l 1.1' u to, i- a slani'Ttipja I' to receive the assent of the tribe and be ratified by NOTICE is hereby given, that an Election for De ma U Una1r A['}>:\' tu rc: City Hotel. :..

the A tj.itar, C,.igrcvj and itv oxir.Iiw the President mid Senate btf-,re it can be carried in- Congress from the Territory of Florida Mns.FRESIIWATERbeos "%Ir. (i. rf'"cfnll"refersto Gcn.Thomas Brown.

1I ',:: :,rint.hI h'.v :lwars bcu: !:ai to believe I to e1fct.Ve Miail, as *.oon as we have room for it, will be held in the county the of Leon Monday the 3d leave to inform the : Sl.twil and Mr. W.Veitcb.J t th.T. .
d of
pubUsli tl.-is! tieaty as agreed on by the parties. In 1e i i.I. .!!.tI5. _
'wt: our !
punnncM act in thc ihaf.crs uponprintaad I. At St. Marls under the superintendence of Robert
before readers the addressof thai she -
the mean time, we lay our vicinity, H prepared -,
t.' I' -? 33; upon( the low rrovciling! intrigues of the President of the United States to thc Chero- Sturc-'s, C. F. Ducrr, and Win. C Miller. I to filial all orders in CST faixcil p'r last arrivals from New York. .

- i I! Lwarho reckv-ti tl.cir p-an-.tism by > vnluc! of kecs, and the principal feAires of ihe treaty, as fol- 2. At Walker's stor, under the superintendence of 6.T the above line ; and thai C inrl riso. Lady Washington, from New Orleans .1
Ift ;. .Ito aad low. T. Jeff. Green, N. W. alkerand\V. C. Campbell.I she will make and niter: I :;,I.(,! !iI.! >. B !,-.n Hams, Sides rind Shoulders. !
rr.s. Ii' i t'.l! I : ; ,
ca shr.U
etc expect 10t JO.) la.ls.! Now
3. At Winslow's, under the superintendence of Eli : York) Canal Flour, i I r"
be submittc-i the of the i
1. The : to people BOX..VL'TSagrccablytctheir
: to
'i1'toltin: treaty t
- : tJ ht' iL;.: that vlu-h} the interest ofaaJ sha Winslow, Isaiah Pen and Daniel S. Rich- :V> do. Western do. do. 4 .. ..
for that he assembled \rvJs. .
Cherokee nation to atNow I
: purpose
| sit ;. .
ro ci:12el.: ths Territory demanded ardson. "J> (I'). Pi iine Pork, -
Echota. Commissioners appointed by the President would also rcspcpcctfully .
o TL lsli
Jf : t.5 It rt:1t: ,r ,1' ?.:. Tiio hi.h minded peop'cxfcot 2.: Besides the tract of country secured to the tribe Tom Peter Chaircs, and Solomon Walker. to the benefits to be derived from the proc, .', Willis.. J (I o. Sugar, I I ..

'. tlt South do i. ,t their; liepicientatiycs to on ihe other side of the Mississippi, by fonnar treaties 5. At Tallahassee, under the superintendence of of BLEACHIXC, to Leghorn, Dunstable, and cr.rll.nr.r: .I :-. K. 's New Leaf Lard, C
I C. C. Williams John Rca and Win. Hilliard. 7 :J-T:. :'S porto Rico and Havana Coffee, .
I:. Ji ti another tract estimated to contain 600,000, is to Straws, a btanth which she perfectly understands! I .
' ocaTiiy ciuu h to C. < for their ri L's :,'I ) b'dlg C0111 ,
h b., coi.vcyed ;:0 thnn in ftc simple.! C. At Edwin Hart's, under the superintendence jt and to which she will Devote strict altcniion. .

.. f.l Ji-'ntn. But the idt-a i: rttcinptcd: \0'']: :3. Tilt] 'land; ceded: tl'< them never to be included, Edwin Hart, Hardy Whitakcr, and S. Parkhill. Irr"Uer residence 13 Monroe-street, nearly oj.posilc .- I !.:;pc.- Frcr.ch; Brandy, .
t :'Il:1 d upci! tll' rku;):r of lunda by those} traj- .vi'l'oiu} their con-t-nt within thc territorial limits or 7. At Tatum's, under the superintendence of John Mrs. Daniels'. r'JI *: Brc-.id, Crackers, &c. ,
m"n, that we have lost all tho c rights! I jurisdiction of any sate or territory. The Chero- [133-3w1] mill1'f.CIItJ I
sortment. HENRY BOND.
0" : 8. At Stewart's under the superintendence -
of H. -
:: '-r Jiees'ohc their laws
: f.o povrncd by own municipal,
That if we set any thing NOTICE.THE Ttitl.!! -> ?Apri4,1815.! 34-3w .
C James Stewart and
t..e: :.Jf: i of the United States regulating Indians Affairs. .Withers, James Kendrick. .. .
- tIJ'r: l ve mn itflucncc of CUQC '- rfcl Rich'd Parish Joyner and indebted to the firm of n.. B. 4 J. B. BULL,
Joseph E.
nan, or by some United Sla,es, a?aiiist all intrusion. &.c. George Dennis. I 1 i." nxt term of Leon Court, as &d-' I : t
tlaJ.dUlary' AtHavis' under the superintendence to call and settle their with J. D. Bull, who County :
10. John I account
-Icc manajrement this is ad c.nplandu.flJ 4. The Chero We Nation to be entitled to a delegate of uiir.isTjfor; on the Estate of George L "
i j titue Havis Reuben Manning, and John H. SIaenen.I wishes to close the concern. lie hopes that this; request Dewey, 1.
on' United ,
of of the .
iy. I IWO fj to those irAiw.fr "..r-yAflnU who in the House Representatives shall reai-nt n-j accounts and vouchers for settlement.
-tl 0"11 .1 I States. I. At A. Cromartie's, urder the superintendence will be allcndcd-lo without delay! by those per 4..'.
I pocket JOS. W. KLEIN.
bean :r.mare than oilers under ihe puj'and show of'' 5. The United States: to remove the Cherokee to of A. Cromartic, Win. Roberts, and J. L. Vickers. I sons wht> are in arrears, as it will save him the tp."b'e! January 31! 23-Gm. ; ::u

I Ithkthatit CLuld do. I their new home, milt to subsist them one year after 12. At Magnolia, under the superintendancc of dunning. J. B. BULL. .i J
:ed I t. is high 1 lime that thc peopl1 of Flori- their arrival there. Benjamin Byrd, L. Crook, and It. Paramor. I Tnllalias-rfi. March 3 J. 1835. 34-3w N(1TIIP! ... )

be ] c1ouli21force their own influence over their} own G. The sum of four millions fivehnndredthousand Given under my band this ) .'lD.'Il.'ISTR.1TOR'S &1LE. B 00 f:1 fur subscription to the Stock of the UnioB .i; j .

, bicniaters1, 'and think:: and act on mailers of pubS dollars-, to be paid 10 the Cherokee nation, for the Olh day of April, 1835. $ be sold to the highest bidder, on Saturday Rail Road Company in the Territory of Florid f .
; r V th"Lr\I\c1re1 no de'nc1"1 the cession of their lail'l and in full for all their claims L. A. THOMPSON, Judge. WILL 2d day of May next, Lots numbered one will be opened to-morrow at 10 o'clock at the office .. .

o. p of a few who are' Upou ?uar- jfc\-t.ry kind, now existing against the United States. April 9 35-td hundred and forty one, [141 ] and one hundred and of Wm. Wilson Esq. and continue open sixty days. ;

ies lords and masters beginning to Leheve thexa- Theexpcnditures, payments, and investments, agreedto TAX ASSESSOR'S NOTICE. orty-four [144] in the original plan of the CityofTal- -Tallahassee, March 27. 33-rf'. .
. of the Territory, lnd anY' be made by the United State in the treaty, to be the lahassee, belonging to the estate of Samuel Maullsby! NOTICE. 1
ltruler SHALL attend at following the times
places at
that lScumC5 to himself] the right of paid out of the above sum of 1,500,000. I deceased, late of Leon county. :.
:ui herein mentioned to the Territorial andlour.ty are cautioned payin
- a.nd assess persons against ftny
acting for lAi2fleII 7 According to a schedule annexed to the B. F. COLEMAN Adm'r. ALL .
when this shall be! treaty, Taxes of Leon County for 1835 or Accounts belonging to the estate of
'Lt :
"I 'ore 'il Ice tl1l3 containing! an estimate of the several pecuniary stipulations Tallahassee, April 1st, 1335. t-5w .
ptltarrog'l1ce sink to theand At the house of John Kciidriak, on Wednesday Anthony Lambert, dew> # .t a >' 'U t---th r.su.breoiZici
.cs..xt; : :e1o1j OWn 111igniflcar4c : providtd for, the items agreed upon amount 1835. BOOKS OF SUBSCRIPTION : wuu is alone authorised to receive the sairnr.
l' "
. honest men have lConstitutionalist. t. thc: 22d of April, .
I. :. S-S-
WM. WYATT. to At the house of Win. RoWrts, OK-Thurdsday 23d the Stock of the East Florida Rail Road Com LAMBERT, AdmY. .
TO March 23th. 1835.
oo.b I. April.At. will be opened at the Central Bank of I3-3w.) .
[From Foreign Papert. the house of John Havis, on Friday 24th April. Florida on the first day of May next, and continue NOTICE. t, 1.;f
> the ': }'. Couritr and Efl'luiru.kL'rtt' VARIETY. At Parish's store, Mickasooky, on Saturday 25th open for 30 days under the direction of Commissioners my proposed absence from the Terri ;' 2:

rROM Sr I'l.-The Since the pregnancy of the Queen of England has April.At appointed by the act incorporatiug said Company. DURING Florida, Edward Chandler and Claries J-I

*L: :ht.paJ N from hip Moro Castle! has I i been generally acknowledged by the English press, the house of Edwin Hart on Monday 27th April. I April-2, 1835. 3 ltd H. Du Pont, ES J'rs are aullioriseJ to aetas my Agents T
flavania i
to the 15th inst. coni I and combinations have into
existence 23th Anr-1.
new parties sprur.g of John Tuesday
tllt lig: At the house Casks Lime, and Attorneys irwfocl, and at Law, jointly and severally .
3 ttozfle ce from Spain to the 5th uliinr, be- calculated to obscure somewhat the rising At Magnolia, at Mr.Thompson's Tavern, .V ed- 1 00 100 bundles Hay, in both of lhe counties Gadsden nnd Leon. t 4 .
* da.s Victoria. Should the .
a later than glories of the Princess Queen
our previous advices from nesday th AprilAt 50 boxes Lemons, JOSEPH H. SEABROOK* -
I.e Eter COunlry. The accounts from Spain appearcause give birth to a living child)and,will England assimulatc will have inprocpcet St Marks, at Thomas Harvey's, on Thursday 50 barrels Potatoes, March 28th, 1335. f33-lmj) .i -
faroraLle a long Regency, so nearly -
71 to the of the Clnecn as the offi- that when the nation Oth A JritAt 21 barrels Onions, NOTICE. ::
1epoflt Which! to our government once experiences Walker's toie, Shell Point! on Friday 1st May. f dozen Rush and common Chairs.:
i had reached Madrid from the the resulting from a chtap and J subscribers having associated themselves in
Y0tthe art advantages At Daniel McRancy's office in Tdllalribscc! ,on Monday Wallace from Boston on THE
. I' i or.b, tate that military oration in the elective! 'lead: the hope of the literals is, that the the 4th May. Expected daily and will per be brig sold low for, cash. under the style of HAYWARD & *i

ere tllhtsqu prO"Ulc.es and Javarrr were carried on people will not readily again put on the shackles of a I shall attend from 11 o'clock A. M. until 4 o'clockP. consignment, AUSTIN, respectfully solicit a continuance of the ,i .

- r&ol'dinary actlvi> dotard King or an unexperienced boy. The future M. on each of the aforesaid days. The brig; Wallace will return pattonage heretofore extended to Richd. Hayward. >

l"l":, idt l* lunted down y and success; the CarJht.s: surely is big with events to englandX: I will receive any Tax Return made me during the KUf to Boston without delay. For freight, apply RICHARD HAY WARD.J .*.

s of r on every point b> tile di'C POLAND.M. present term of the Superior CuutU I shall be in early. BETTON & EMORY. THOS. H. AUSTIN.

yt,0tJ. Tbt nera.ls Mina and O.m3.be Isambert, ndistinguished deputy of the opposition Tallahassee from thi until the 22d April. Tallahassee, April, 1835. 34tf March 28 33-w .??

ProvS.7ffdaaUcfPled to raise a guerilla force held in the French Chamber on January sMUb; JAMES BRYAN, jr., Assessor. N. B.-Those indebted to the subscriber previous .

?*AZt SeVille., A adventurer, cal- the following bold and eloquent language with reference April 9 3S-lp NOTICE.PURSUANT to the first of January I last, will pleas come forward
of ned out of Gibraltar in the be1 to the recent Polish claim put forward br to an order of the lIon. Leslie A. and settle the same by note or otherwise.

1 tfettedT"71 at the head of 40 banditti, but Russia:- Territory of Florida. Judge of thc County Court of Leon RICHARD HAYWARD.1 t

.' the Baico dcl Rosario by the After referring to the present situation of Poland, In the Gadsden Superior Court. county, I will on tfr-e second Saturday in April next, New Goods. J :

role.rba.na, and compelled to desist from his en-k He observed, that if Russia made a claim in her own Hardy B. Croom, Bryan Croom] offer at public sale to the highest bidder, twothirdsof f .
own name, the treaty in 1818 might be brought and Ja ies Mills,COffiltainants. the Lot in this City, on which I now reside-Said THE subscriber has lately received from New -
, Genera) of Valencia writes also i in forward in proof that France owes nothing. But if IN CHANCERT. property belongs to the estate of the late Saml.Bryan, as follows, a small assortment of DRY '
rv t .._ .. .. _. ; : ._ .__ Y"II_____ VS. f GOODS consisting of articles
e L. 'u 10 lue Mm ster of War on the dI I the claim were made in behalf 01 roiauun -v | John Phogan, Jas. W. Exam, deceased. LEAH BRYAN, AdmV. I usually called for et
f l' 1 iO oia. ed OVer the Cart ts by the troops and I denies the right of Russia to put forward such a demand and Joseph Russ, Defendants.J! I Tallahassee, 26th March, 1835. [33tds] this season-Together with a general assortment. '

'ell. as e Province, From his report, however, I I inasmuch as the latter had not fulfilled the It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court I NOTICE. SHOES all kinds,
that i
Mens fine
from Catalonia, we gather hat the I treaties of 1815 with regard to Poland. There was, that John Phagan resides out of this Territory, and ; Honorable Calfskin BOOTS ;
.'I degie have lately increased in both provinces to however, one '\\debt which France owed to Poland- that James W. Exum and Joseph Russ live out of this SIX weeks after date I will apply to the the of do. do. do. SHOES, _

.eeJ M to give alarm to the friends of the I her glorious companion in arms-but it was a debt District but in the County of Jackson, in the Western Judge of the County Court for county do. do. HATS dec. ;,:3
,1 tt of blood, which could be paid only on the field of Florida Leon for letters administration on the personal estate With many other articles which are offered toe for _

" atUJLeIleralof.Old Castille informs the battle To the payment of that obligation the nation -: District It therefore of ordered, that unless said defendantsdo of John Burks late of said county deceased. cash at my Store in Monroe Street,ijext door to Ken _
,: all France will owe it- JOHN D. COLEMAN I & Sturges. WM. II. FRANCIS, Agent for
tt various hands of Carlists that : would consent- say-we appear and I'nswer the complainants bill herein, I k
4th 34-6w
tOYine' "e likewise pursued in every and but give the word, and the eager youth of France: before the first Monday of September next that April 1833. ADNA ROWE. -

S. .1 ta.4 .tollDtry i that the Curate Merino has will rush forward to discharge it-I hear hear!] Let on the or same will be taken pro confeisv against them and & IX weeks alter date, as the principal creditor, 1 Tallahassee, March 28. 33-4 r, .

> at ppea.ra.nr.e in the vicinity of Guada- Ministers demand from the Chamber the means of it ii further ordered that copy of this order be pub shall apply to the honourable the County Court CP The subscriber also carries on the tnanofkcr

V he b a head of 9 men, in consequence of det8yiR it, and they should be granted ; but tbe lished in tome newspaper printed at Tallahassee, once for the county of Leon, for Letters of Administrationon tory of TIN WARE in all its various brtneaei; _

V I1j deta.tched partr of troops in search Chamber would never vote money only for the benefit week for (our months successively, which' is ordered I the Estate ofWiUiam Kinnard, lateofsaid county, persons wishing to purchase the above article eitherat

.t XCefleneju.hrr writes from Ona, of Pola'nd's oppressor-fcrtes of "B"T0i"i- let I a accordingly. THOS. RAK DALLJudg deceased. H. F. SIMMONS. wholesale or retail are requested to call and ex-

8ttacke1S WoQ & surpris- it KO forth to Russia and the world, that that debt- l April) 1U S5-4rfl March 7tfc, 1835.. [30tf] awe for thcIns l\"es. W. H. F. Ag't. for A. RI _

lie day before thr band f ViUI.1" tad tat debt only-will yet be pajd, .




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I. .10 -1--I- IJ 1:7, We are authorise to. nrlhou11Cc STAGE TO JACKSONVILLE.\ ItOWARD'S [l subscribers NOTICE. \

REASURER'8 NOT1CE.TE.thEws GEO. E DENNIS, Esq. as a candidate to represent The public are informed Sta-, TOWIC MIXTURE THE of Joshua Croom having, tate adn of'Leon n llend: -

Leon County in the next Legislative Council. t. that a regular Line of .ANDANTICOSTIVE request all persons having claims co aaJ' et"
OFFICE, March 28 33-tf ges has been established PILLS. to present them properly

TALLAHASSEE March 8th, 1835. S NOTICE between Tallahassee and Jacksonville via rfuwannee consequence of the attempts which hare been t time prescribed by law, < authentIcatedithin they will th
C be "
BY! an act passed 21st November, 1829, it is provided Gadsden the Springs; leaving Tallahassee evcry Monday morn- IN :1e to impose spurious imitations of the above by the statute; and all persons indebted 1Cq

.that all Bonds executed by Auctioneers :. 4t' the next and July vouchers Term of of HENRY W.county TODD,, administrator in.? and arriving at Jacksonville on SaturdayfrOfllv M e 1iciucs on the public,the proprietor has cor.- tate, will please make payment immtdiatcl to. et

shall be forwarded by the Judge of lae County Court deceased late of Gads- whence travellers to the North will find ready Conveyance eluded on the necessity of confining the sale oj the Mixture I. N. CRO
of JOHN H.
to the Treasurer of the Territory of Florida; and that said Ceurt, for final to St. Augustine by Stages, nnd to Savannah to as few established agents as are just sufficient to 25th March, 1835 |33tfl rjj II.
den -w-ll be to a MoqRE.
all Auctioneers shall quarterly in each year commencing settlement county, the presented of said administrator. At the by the Steamboat. Fare thrc h each WPy $25 00. supply the regular demands. A full supply of these NOTICE. -
I on the 1st January, transmit to the Treasurer time the said part administrator will apply"to said Jan. 25,1835. [25tf 1 JAS. M. HARRIS. Medicines will be constantly kept by the Agents, persons indebted ,

under.oa.th, taken before sqme Judgre, a copy of all tame Court for, from his Administratorship as 'whose names and residences are annexed, and the ALL S O deceasedwill to the estate oft!

ales effected by him, with the amount and at what afcresaid. a discharge JOHN J. ADAMS, Union Bank of Florida. proprietor wishes it distinctly understood, that he will vnent, and those having demands make i im; ediaieALII pay

time and place, and for whom the same was made- not be responsible for the genuineness of any Mixture will prf'8ent tb
Administrator law diiects
forH. \V. Todd the to
Att'y 4-c meeting of the Board of Directors of the A. B. s'-
Now, Auctioneers arc required to take notice of AT sold as his by except his authorised agents.
Quuicv. Nov. 3d, 1834. [13-Cm] Union Bank of Florida, held at their Banking any ptrsons, Feb. 28th 1835. 298wllE.JVOJITI.lv"'G
0 aid law, and conform to it, or suits upon their Bonds Spurious mixtures have been made and sold in considerable -
must be insiituted. Judges of the County Courts arc Orleans Packets. l House in the City of Tallahassee, on the 16th quantities oy two physicians in Leon and

requested without delay, to forward, propcrly certified The schooners LADY WASHINGTON February! 1833: the tollowing Resolution was adopted Gaitedcn counties, and perhaps by others, and wilt Prepared and Sold by R. S. LIQUID--
and approved, the Bonds Auctioneers in their pos- & :- doubtless be imported from New \ ork and elsewhere. BER.N./IRD Dru
P. -
Capu Resolted, That each and Stock-holder in the *'
every gi .NORFOLK
aession. the riRGwZ"
Those therefore who wish to genuinearticle ,
M. SWAIM wilt i
Capt. run Union Bank of Florida be, and he is hereby, constituted -
of of Florida.
Treasurer the
[31 tfj Territory be of it from the
can sure getting only agents.
regularly daring the season, every month as Packets, I and appointed an accredited agent of said Bank
CENTRAL BANK OF FLORIDA. I between New Orleans and and Marks.. I I for the purpose ot carrying into ctttvt: the provisions I The following gentlemen arc Agents in Florida. m a DJ 1fa

I Tallahassee, Feb. 27th, 1833. f Dec 13th, 1S34.-19-6ms of the :3'.5d: Sec. of its Charter, which Section is in E. B. Perkins, General Agent at Tallahassee. R. S. BERNARD'S RE OVATlNGLfOTrm

., subscribers of this institution, are hereby thc -e word?, to witH :- Kerr J. 3turges, Agents for St. Marks. xtracting all kinds of Oils, Paints Tar and A' fcr
THE that an instalment of Two Dollars Gerardin & Wuy, Sec. 33 Be it further enacted 1 That in all instances James C. Ecclcs, do. Quincy. from the most delicate colored Silk's Sa'tin pea3eBombazines [

: on each share has been called for by the Board' ot Makers and Importers of English and in which slaves: shall be mortgaged in virtue Goldinc. & Folsom, do. Miekasooky. or Velvets, without iararinSlhs

Directors, and that the same will be due and pavatlc: French Jewelry and Fancy drticto, of thi act, the possession thereof s-hall be and remain -, Darius Williams&Co do. Monticclo.! heir colour or texture. 'lnthc'eastThis '

at the Banking House in Tallahassee on the first day with the mortgager, any law to the contrary Thomas Alexander, do H ickstw n. recent and valu..b'e chemical j
el May next. L. A. THOMPSON, Cash. Hnritc.h AVE received nt their es- notwithstanding! until by the covenant or covenants J. F. Potts, do. Chattahinchcc.Malcolm : fercd for sale by the Fubscriber-It d"ery is 0-
: tablishmenttonroc.t..
-Feb. 28 29-tdp. contained in said mortgage, it shall be lawful for the Fur uson, do. Thomasville. sedes the necessity of dying, and :he SconrVrV. T"cation
___ I late arrivals from New York "
by aid Bank to seize the same. Anti if at any time the P. W. Gamier Jr. d.,. Marianna. is gone. Fifty cen's worth will L "

I rchant Tailor, a large assortment, among w Inch President of said Bank, or any accredited Agent lIc.1mcsVilliams, do. Campbelltown. Bacon Merchant's breeches from crili"ismforfU'stcu

Three doors norm vj .... -.. 4.__ Jl arc OaM the following Watches:: La thereof, hall make oath before any Judge of the JOhN R. ROWAND, Proprietor. I month It acts like a chirm up.'n silks Of 1e tinT*

? JJ. BIROiE respectfully informs the public that di Watches and silver, Gold Earrings, County Court, or Justice of tho Peace, that he verilybelieves I :'\. 1. 1834. ((126.nlROWAND'S. t texture by instantly removing she tam-s of zrest

t hu just received general supply of goodscnitable \\'achChams that the said mortgager intends removing 1 without ia ths Last aflTtctin? the fabric izcj '
Breastpins, Fingcrriiifrs f
to every branch of his profession, consisting and or is a'''out to remove, or has commenced it) remove, most invettvate lodgments of wax upon Coat

4 in part of Blur, Black, Mixed, Green, Invisible Green Guard Chains patent Shirt Keys Buttons, Gentlemen and Ladies the said slave, or slave-:, beyo'ul' th- reach of the fir bef re it likcda..t before abiu5h. It1SM: tor
Drake neck Green, and Brown Broadcloths, striped I cut glass Beads, of Studs, plain aivf :i l laws of this Territory in volition of his covenant ry hut the true cundum artcm moreof! q aa e. e.

Drabs, Lavender and Tea coloured Casimcrcs, Vest. Bronzes, &c. Perfumeries every of description the best luk-stn.nds, I I i with the Bank: it shall and may be !lawtul for said TONIC MIXTURE. deccnnn o;'f f c'oth-s' at the fc. i i irna" ::'leg Pnn! Isoaps

ings 4c. All of which will be made order. Ladies; Pens, Ladies' Boxes of size, Scissors quality, patent :, Judge Justice to fwue an \'ta. hmcJ\t aganl\' such A FULL supply of this valuable medicine is just j( Ii i; oflcrcd: I to Gt.mpn! at : o cents t phia1a: .
dresses and cloaks made in the fashionable every rockets :\ or jdaves, directed to Marshal comniand- other sort of :
riding r.osi Rooks, Baskets for ladies and children, Brad-Bags, any 1&.received. I shall hereafter have it constantly on 1h ; people car n.\"e 11 at th ;tme pric.
him to vize and take such lave or slaves lmer ne .1 -
ing a/id
ttyle. ; nd. ? .b apprehenJcl
India Rubber Bracers,Pistols, Percussion Caps, L ok- j in u"ing 11
In hinself the he make return thereof to the next Court having competent tIle tinetazid mot dC'lcatOll
public states
presenting simply IT |
i injr-GUsscs, &. &c. is WARRANTED TO BE A SAFE AND EFFECTUAL I rhr :t i'ljkc :
I that work shall leave his without entire jurisdiction, in the same as is provided common adverted
no shop tne Tallahassee. October 11, 1334. (!!t f) way REMEDY FOR FEVER AND AoCE, IF TAKEN AGREEABLETO I y in onr diVs. which b
I satisfaction of the owner, and warrants his cutting: by the general law of Attachment : Provided, moreover TilE DIRECTIONS. Reports having been circulated I II removing o-te evil rv.most invariable rro-irreanmi.,

f equal to Philadelphia or New York. lie will use Storage Business. that in any case of mortgages on a slave or I that this mixture contains arsenic, I am directed by of doub'e* s ze-nor l d.o it require the prcparaive"

every endeavor to please every one that patroniseshim slaves, by virtue of this act, theipcreascofsuch slave the Proprietor to that these arc uttetly false "ans O! all other !enotier5l.ehtc f ii.
say reports
and as he is a permanent resident of TallahasAc THE subscribers have united under the style of or slaves shall be subject to the same lien, created 6y -and I am also authorised to oiTcr Reicard of tO00 ,- .like. Only a 1 htle clean ater.'i\'ci-rJiiwffc

identified solely with its intercst, he asks. the support F. P URH & Co., fur the purpose of carrying said mortgage. 0 Dollars to any one who will prove the existence .Jircction is wantm;. Ox' cr Grea"t Of arV Imi
1 the Stoic Business in the Town of St. March 7'h 30-20\v. be extracted from
on can th"
of the people. must tlelicafe
of tho least particle of Arsenic i ior eor?
Mercury, Antimony, vd
March 14 31-tf Mniks, and) promise the strictest attention. They other ; pets t v.-ith"ut ie:! una! 'rouble! of takin u5j -
pr.isinous ingredient in it. :! ? them
f" t decline doin;; a Comaiis) buriness, and rcpcctful- Watches, .Jt.\ycJry &C. any j If used cordm? to the -hr 'Mon ir .-
New Books. In order to prevent imposition from counterfeits, no j will *
Iv *oi'! il the patrl u.\r extended to John Blair Pea extract every par; .'l 1? rf sren>c !r. in the L'est'ciS
authorised will be furnished
received, The Cavaliers of Vjr i1H:1. Fii i4' chy.: C. F.DUERU, ) THE has just re- persons except agents by |J or mo;t delicate Silk-*, without injuring in
JUST an additional; 1 the Proprietor with the mixture to sell a aiu. I am J I the learr
tlit JOHN BLAIR PEACHY. sup- color
; Pumvkin, The Coquet, A Winter in ; the or texture.
West Presentt. } .3r. Mar Fch. '2 4tft ,_ ply WATCHED', J En-FoI.r.T, SIL- I sole ant for Middle Florida, and am assured by M. A l
Allen Sharp's Letters, El'ntril' I I-TRC -UP .ly of the above valuable:
fc : TER SPOOKS, &c. which he oners Rowcutd that (except a small lot sold to Mr. Ercles! ,) i a-ride! rn.
Characters anda variety of i Miscellaneous and :School ct-ived and for sale by
Books. A-L-S-O t FLOJUDJ L.L\ D FOR SALE. : tc for sale on his customary reasonable ,: not a single bottle has been or will be sent, or sold by ; E. B. PERKINS
; \ I terms. him, to any person Middle Florida, to rre : : A"'t
The Religion* Souvenir lor 183.V The Token and I I j i ; Tallahassee : lOIn : R
IJlllE undersigned i having purchased of General) I '' jrsrnic has been discovered I ept. 18' t. ,. .
FREDERICK TOW'LB.Oct If i in ami mixture called I
1 Souvenir for 18J ,. WM. WILSON. 'I fl. LaFavelte, the township o(land\ in Florida rran- : 4th, 1334. (Stf) I! Hotcand's, it must Hare been in some of the spurious YSPKPSIA O I1vEiiFoipiAlNr.
& March Nh 33-if JLf
I. ted to hiiii the of lha United States
by Congress offer
p The subscriber has lFatch-3Iaker direct : tations. All persons therefore who wish the : i/lti-I Dr. J. P. PETF.KS, Pnjesi'or'of Phyiio1nij'
I employed a .
beHild in frxmt of the Court-Rtoiu HI: the: same for !all'. j Tonic Mixluff-should be, cautious whom Jicmf, who, for several! has devoted
WILL from England and the that work they years ins
Marks for cash the CO li of I i This ''and i situated: in the immediate neighbour- ; assures public, any (( I'ntrt;
( ) Monday attention
S entrusted to him in his line shall be done chase it: My label will be en every bottle ,old: by me: J to the treatment of chronic or iitTtteralf j.
Nero Girl named Delia l levied hood uf Tallali.ussrr! and i is bc'icvnl for fertility! of promptly I t
April next, a on as I j i! I j eases, has succeeded by chemical
and I in the het m.innir. IT.. i E: B: PERKINS Sole Agent for Middle! Florida. analysis -\r.d svn-
the property ('fIr Mary C. Winn, to s't."fy: nncxecuuun I j I it.illI loral .\.h'\It\ c's, to be more valuable than I t Nov 23.1 thesis, in farming a cohibination! from sevcnl

i' ned frcm JtiMire Bribes' court ('.1 the i any other land in the ti rriti.ry. H. A. PIE r!: 4) N & C l.lt. |I! mate ttgft /!' principles to \ lolch h'n! i pMt\-\
14th :nM. in fv.-otir of F Whitinir. as admtinstmtor j I The Southwestern part (.( the tow I)-1i11)adji iins the name ledicincc'' S"r.iachics \hI

of the c-M.ittf of the lato Allen M.:<"iia.h', de-'d.. j city .f* Talliliee, fn..l \\liirh), poiiit to the shipping i I I'I [ "CONSUMPTION I j i proved f.\r more ciHcicnt! than et any Hepatica remedy: ; heretofore*! his

q for the us? of<:ai.l estate,arams '=:aJ Mary C. Winn.Sale pit "! St. .Maiks, a distance n f abou wcnty miles, i .Ji;coHre"f, in rnring those diztresinmaladj..sGf
\vtLn the hours pre> u1'd< v law. a rail load is in contcmnlatiou. to be made, in a short : I I CURED. ;;! mind and body, which aie
G. G HOLT. C ':5ab1e. time. I DC LA Mo.N'TEr.AT's COLUMBIAN YEGETAEI.E tier die nn-
I sweeping terms DIPEPIA and
-St. Ajarlts, 11'!!h Ma.h._ 1SS::3. (fr2-3rtds> I. The nl\.jatic-n ot t'lc St. Maiks river !II.T; boon rf'cntly SPECIFIC. j j i 1'L.\-TS7"1t is (likewise an almost certain cure LutR-C for J..

.5 New Book Store. : iuiprovcd, to a point within six miles of the I'I'I i iI the most valuable remedy eves yndsccnrcd for ::j ementof the SPH.EN enlar
Somher.s-ti.Tn ., I IS
I I part < f the township, which will afford of Colds .i .. I Amonsr the of
cure Caught f/
subscritxr has received and will imme CIJJBmJlpiCi71. > .a.Spilling sytnpt.-m Dysrcpsiaand Liver-cora.
orcn a navigation for Merchant
j a cheap and Ta iloi's
THE : ', (next door S.mth of I Mai.cr's: store) ; produro. ccrttltrallsl'l"lnat CJII of| of Blood, and all diseases of the Breast unJ j plaints, are ilatulency! vtnrness or burnin in the s'o.i .

an assortment i'f Bnoss :m\1 l STATION ART, and v.-ould I j Tins land will lc srd! in pirccls to suit tjiose wishing i j Lunps. Prepared by J. BOYD Philadelphia. It i! m.ich, melancholy, irritability, disagreeable taste intf.fmtuth
composes the disttir rd nerves, gives treRittli to the ; great irregularity of apetitewhi hism.i
friends find the in
be e'.a-l: to supjily* cor.iiiumiiy I urohase
; ] to credit fioia the .
f on a to cuiit .
S : I Year TALLAHSJF.E miss, .p.\l'S the: Appetiteimproves Spirits r.t, ti. .cs vuracious nna at ether
rLORIJ\ j times greatly deficient
: : I. tt pf.rhate Bill t" Dirccticns accompany each bottle of the ; thirsf, ftliJ Breath, nausea, weakness of the stomad'i
term!. Although! his assortment is nut j'otterV : make! application to either 01" the i j
ready ma'Jo, r.r.-i others to JE made by the ir(5 HECTOIl. iI the symptom: their ditTcrent stages of the disease of the }iOWc". pressure on the stomach after meals
ads from the North. \\WILLIAM. !I .particular\ ( \.!.. pectinthc treatment while :j pain in the head, doziness ori vertigo; confusion of
using it, together with well authenticated certificates -!i mind, attended with the :loss of
He has also theChristian: AlmanacV, jniWiaV.cd ex- Tallahassee! November 23d l33. I5tftLI many memory, a !n3'1fW
nresslv for Florida, eaKV.atcd: for the .Mere.Hm ofTallah'issee I of curcfr, etc. lit tlm *much whn! cnip'y, cLJlliness; arftcticirci
and ctntaininsr local matter in rfl.xtiinto / Thc SarannnJi Cenr;itn, Ckarlfiton"Ittgusta .1erruI"Y, In consequence of the jrrrat and inrrcasinjj: demano .' sight and hearing pain and \Tc.kn;3 in the tad

I the Territory, which: he offers for sale either by thecross I Constltntionliit So if.? (rtt n'fll'fr1ill:(- 1 t'...r this specific, the potii-ji! : r is eniblvd! to reduce the j bn'uor. disfirbti} sleep! c >!d( feet ?nd! hands, trtrxij!

: dozen or single vil e Geori1Ridmoad Enqnirtrti\n\l Sir, Raleigl price to 73 rents per lv-' IethT'y: \Lmgitlocomc! 1 uneasiness in the tliroat! c.nb! pain in the SIde ci
C'llp) N.'C.vill .
publish the a'ii.\ tor .i r ecKs s\d forward
within ihc ic.ti.i of all breast &c.
Sf Dee. 13. I31. ltf JAS. S. LIV:. r.'r"'!! ,
tluit t'.i: onlce.Wooden .
accounts 'o : I The abvve miindlts lend
Dr. CIIAP.MAX. Anli-Dyspeptic Pills. to trgciM tffi't'tiI'11S0f'lf.
TICK. sron.icl:, Tver, aod heart.te.v..ia.itiiisin D""FSY.'IIo"

wan*.d to xrork r-\ the T.ilihas! rilii'2 to the climate! : '.

HANDS forth; ensuinr vear. Pro:1' ha.in-S I TAINTED Pails (ii- !, Lnund.) Nest Tubs, The Hrisht indispensable. sands who can testily; to their suprri ciKcacy (..J\ -;r I Its, .ir-. st'x. and tiirccPTht ot" the pdrient.Pr.rp .

S able bodied hands to hire, >iif pla o call; en tiha 1 Half Bushel and Pctk Measurer, 1. Round the chest under coat. many other remedies ni>w iu use) for the cure of Dvs- I rct! by J. P. PLTEl, M. D., .3Iiede\:: ,;

he undeNigned, cr tj Capt. H. F S-mnicits. I Fluur Pail, Mu'ioal C.-.ncs, -2. DCWaist.. pepia all tl&circumplieuett forms they give strength \ Invcr.'or(!.s..:"- cr-orirr,)r. '

BEN CHAIRES. I Churns, Feather Dusters, 3. From bark-seam to elbow and knuckle joint. t o the debilitated organs of due.ition i repair the apje-f I $ !,? .-N\rrr-u.- rti:.cafes mi:;ht lx ii

WILLIAM KERR. t 1/O feet Wood Bowls. ITurn" I 1. Round! the thixli.J ttlte,rcmo\'cs nausea and ,Lkness uf tbc tonur1! h.1bitul.l ;t du.-ed! relative tj the -:'rt.-'t.' ury cures pert ntti
-.) Ware, B B Pails, I l eo.tivcnc, he.hl-adl, palpitation uf the : 'inirthes'iiicdrir-s b'
: TURBUTT R. BETTON. I 1 J o. From the hip-joint to tho ancle. hear' f byu ; r :het1inarethoc4: 5t
S '4)tmitteC on behalf R. 11. Coinpiiiv i: B B Foot Tubs, Cocoa Dippc.T, i Fly the abuvv
Dec. 1S: 1. 21'' { Shaker! Dipper, Knife Boxes, distance Mercii-y, n.r: do they: sicken the stomach, they f '
.Tallal1asrth. > may be eu.ibled to forward tlieir measures.Lch 1 are a From Dr. JUKI'S Eir. !. .';!. :{ o' I'e Jr : zt:! CO'ltkin '
S. Lucifer Matches, Hair Brushes, will 1 ever .ert wih mattention.. mild and safe cathartic : there ij n-j restriction in d'ui : 0r'm;:! Piir.
Storing & Shipping of Cotton. i Do\t J l"k* I II I j or drink or exposure to wet or cold while Using -Jiem. I NFiV5L1.F:;S'D:: :',, rh 1:31.

'; STURGnS will attend St rin< and : White and Orarig. Lamb Skin Mats, Bill of TIctintls1111CCOII.1P.uy each box of Pills, ;': To whom it 'iia CJCtTi1.-Tl. to ctrUly, ikatl

1jEIUt Cotton-tliey wiij! als.i advance, : mi I Expected by.i 12JL .O.lta, and will l be sold i NEW GOODS .j which will fully explain their effects. I have vritnessf-d the i>,.t.-nton ot" Dr. Peer5.Ulit.l
Cotton entrusted; to their care for shipment to any I i f I j jrtiarket I factory Feb. 1.1.r nric' 0 GEO. LANMAN. I: A VIIHA. From the,well the proprietor known emulation BOYD tlf tnese Pills for j I' i.'or-i.tckict" tt // pn'.T.e in a rrtJ.'xr' cf vry ? s::: ::
in the United States or lsrwhcrc l ; and will! I r I 11' 411 I1QM deems many years it p. Ptiiladtlphia)I I Ith 1y"pl"t.tivt Lier-ttreci.'is. of Icn ::.I.fUJ .:c'
to give further
at either their Stores in Tart.uia.ssci or St..1 1 .1' unnecessary any detail ot wise insevcraie.isesof'ienareiercrfthe! } pct! ;
purchase ,
PIERSOX & Co. uould! in- lU. A fresh supply has teen recvivcil.
and tir
larks. Oct. 4t! ii, 1&U: (Stf) rojx-ttully sale \nd its ntTccs were tniiy astonishing have! '
II IIXOTE. I I FF1 their customers and the public generally by appointment by K.: B. PERKINS. Dilation in dtciirinij it the' m'J..t valuable! preparsM

\ 1 fr that they arc now opening: their new Stuck of Tallahassee, Nov 23dmm 15tf for lho-< distressing CI/IMOI/S that has ever come*cL

subscriber retains his dunk to the puWn-: ;, FALL & WINTER GOODS in my I lOwreJ; JAMES 1V. CLI., M.D-
THE:: : ,
liberal he has rcccivtd I'I I I "
: the cncoiragemcnt received fnm New York of \VJlkes; County GPP. Jan.l3l
I, just consisting a splendid
since he has been in this j'lace7 and solicits a continuance .t, Cloths The u'decsl-rncd: can boar tes'inuny to ttsup Wf
S assortment superfine Cassimeres and Vesti
I ,
of their Just received schr. Delta! etE$
?3tron\ c. per ABBA.WTED efficacy of Dr. Peter's Mcdicina Snmachic
; i of .
'g?, a great variety, selected from late
direct from New York,a 'nerlll\ rtmcllt of Wool!'I tons of the most fashionable: order.-Likewise importa- ,; |utc* in the cure ofDvspt-p. t.i and Liver Curoptt-3
fen, Staple! and Fancy GOODS, Shoes, Hats, Hollow. I a | from ;icrsona5: cxi'nencc. W3I. G. JOILNSOY.Ei .
S I pcneral assortment Fancy Artirlos for Gentlemen' .
Ware, Cat'.cry: and Iron-mongery, Crockery, .\-c. con- 1 f1.g1; 'cress. viz :--- toC'ks of description, Gloves*, I} -. P's Mcdicin.T Sto-narhijy Hcpatiz ars pin ut
of blue black and brown Cloths blue! black! every
3 Ft
vri'h full directinns il
Suspenders, Pongee Hhdfs., Fronts and Collars, nc parcels r using. 1lo
drab and grey double milled Casimercs : Casshu-ts S Linen Shirts, Hosiery, &c.-Splendid Seal, Fur, and I to three jurceJs: will be necessity to cl.'mpttta! .

and Sattinets; English, French and American Prints; t 1"1.6 or:' .s::"of .. .. Cloth Caps, fine Silk, Plush, and Beaver Hats of the r|, The pries i> j>5 a p.U' d. _.
Silks and Sill Shawls Grn ---'j
black and l
Lustring Fancy : : (
A '
:.astcst fashion. I I great quantity of the tbo"c"errYtulb.er'C:
de Nap, &c.; Jackonet, Swiss and Mull Muslins ; I 4 FULL supply of Landreths' superior garden, A ___ l\ rains, will be keptconst.inty! on handby
general assortment made |
ofready-madClothing & ._.
3 4 brown Domestics of .. hCrb and flower sccdstat received 1
S ( and 5-4 a superior quality ; and warrentedfreth up by the subsciibers, in the most faithful and fash j AJJlL: and sold wholesale and Reiv.n ; 1. U. rtiKi- .!!:,'

Cotton Bagging and Negro Cloths ; a general assortment Or.tobcr29th.; by k.B.I)EItKI S. f ionable style, consisting Overcoats, Frock & Dress j tail in Frederick county, Md. by C. Herston }i,i Who is authorised to dispose of them'h 0'
of Ware HollowWare
of Shoes; a variety Crockery 1 tf.
Coats and"Coatees, fine Cloth and Goat's hair Camlet concerned in the Patent with Dr. Judkms. t! sale or retail l. on as reasonable terms as thY!

S Holland, Cutlery Gin Hat!, &c. Portand AM! Cognac Claret Brandy Wires FRESH DRUGS WINES j; Cloaks and Wrappers,Pantaloons and Ves-tsof almost The above Ointment is ollorcd to the public as at I[ obtained of the proprietor. Also by

4 with other; Sicily articles, Sherry too tedious to mention. Pur; I every description, among which are rich figured audI sale and certain remedy for those obstinate ,Iiir'ases'i!i Doct's.lIoDIE"ILLU'I e.lm 1 nt,
many Surgical Instruments I Double-brcaited Vel' and tine black! some of which have DruirpaL1chico*
dlas.nLn invited to call and examine for thcmselvcALEX'Lt. c-c. | et Cbth and so long batHed the skill of m I!: Mr. HALSI.ET.
HAVE ;. Cassimcrc, Valentia anil I white Marseilles Vests &c. science. JOS. PIUE TLEY PETERSThe -
DUVAL. a ot fresh
: I just full.supply Foe Marino and L.lmb's Wool Nett-Shirtsand 1st White Swellin sof th*
Drawers !
: : every description. folluwirz few &e many: petS3
1'allahassee.Nov.4,1633. ((13tf| II Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals. Pure : arc aaions
I -fine Nctt Sill and! Doe- k" Undtr-Vests 2d Sore and Ulcers of LrueSCI:
po an Legs long standing. have been either er.iirely! cured or P"11// 1
$ STORAGE! STORAGE! STORAGE PORT, ..U.lDEtR.lIUSC.ITELLE VINE, excellent article for invo lids.} 3d Schirrur-or Glandular Tumours particularly ;! within the last twelve weniiw, by the use of Wtors' -l't'

i addition to his ware-house the in bottles, imported specially l for the use of the II A quantity of course Clothing suitable for Negroes, those hardened tumours in women's breasts which often lethcuix! Stomachics: et lienatics wi a -

S 1 K b DerU &-.aj -....Aa snacious build sick. WeiganJ & S:o 'Jcn's superior A IPtT.\- and an assortment of Irdia: Rubber Surtouts," Pea-i I t limes terminate in ulcerated cancers. i :ate of Georgia.

Re 80bv 33 feet, forreceivms cotton and lOOOs..flOTHYl'CARTY. : Tijtc, TREPHIMJ.-G, OBST:THIC.U., EVE, DISSECT Jackets and Trowsers, warranted very durable anti// 4th Felons, or what some people know by the name II Mrs. Abner Hifks, Wilkinson.do. : .

!>a, and POCKET IvSTHI'MEXTS, in C3SCS. perfectly water-proof, are oi1 red for sale by the sub Catarrhs of- every description.5th : Capt. James \\" llis, do.

St. Marks. December 27th 1831. ir STOMACH PCMPS and.PIPES, Silver Lancets and: scribers on veiy low terms. 1 iberal deductions from Rheumatic Pains of tbe jom13. Cot. Wm. F. IkonJ.d-

I Lancet Cases, and Nurse Tubes, &c. the regulor established! prices -.vi'.l' l lie made on all!1 orders t 6th Sprains and Braises of every description or in Wayne \\". &laa-Js, Esq Laurcns.

; I A Mill, Negroes and Goods for Sale.THE An assortment of DRIED HERBS from the fr cash. I whatever part situate. B-yan Allen Esq. do.

I:. p. snbscribers intending to close their business Shakers-among which are Lemon Balm (Lr1 The subscribers return their sincere thanks for I 7th Tetters of all kind*. In this complaint, the pa Col. John W. Porter.IilrgcI
the Catnep the very literal patronage heretofore received and ; uent, in applying the Ointment must keep the tfanford Jones.Mr. .
ASp ensuing with
summer, a view Hysop, Mint, Sage, Sweet Savorv.j part : Chapman: Esq
; opening at Apalachicola. next fall, will sell a bargain Thyme Cellery &te. j ould still hope by their assiduity and strict attention out of water Alexander Irvin, Esq ""ash 1totoD;

;, S in the Saw and Grist Mill. The Mill is situated LIME,JUICE ]I to business, to merit and receive a continuation of the ''I 6th Chilblains or parts affected by frost.] f I Col. Gco. Malhe'.vs, Gree _

[ one mile and a half from the river on a Creek affording and LEMOX SVKUP., j samoa It is also one of the best remedies far Burns and' PILLS

: an abundant supply of water throughout the SPICES of every kind-Genuine INDIA CCRRY. !, Just received by the subscribers, by recent arrivals, i Scalds. It eases the pain and draws the tire out in a'' RELFE'S -\STIDI.\TIC

sear, and commands a good supply of timber, was English, French, and Prentis's Soaps and Per a fresh assortment of Good- suitable for Spring end : short time j aai: lialo attention to their timely! Iidl1li i3trztOlli:

formerly owned by Mr. Dickson, and has lately been fumery. Mrs. Miller's celebrated S. CFF. May Summer wear, among which are Crape,Camlets, Bombazine For Intlamed Women's Breasts, and Glandular, ? uacallv ensure mitigation of these disOtdC1. IJ

rebuilt by us. The Grist Mill is the best in the neighborhood nard & Noye'a celebrated INK and INK POWDEU- Ciica.-sian, Lasting. Marino and LeopoldCassiincrcs weHings. it i is superior to any edicine yet known to j crally effect a cure. The Pills are alsoao! vjfectoal

and commands nearly the whole custom. THERMOMETERS, HTDROMETERS, &c. ; brown, white, and fancy Drillings; grass, the medical faculty It is much safer than mercurialof remedy for the symptoms preceedmg""!fpaaying

We will sell with the mill, desired, four or five ery E. B. PERKINS. cloth, white and butT Valcrtia! and fancy Marseilles any prepartion of that material,) because it does i the Asthma and Consumption.Cou for ,
valuable slaves and Vestings, ice.-All of which they offer for sale not lay the patient liable to injury from pd
two waggons and teams. Apalachicola Tallahassee, July 9th, 1834. 43tf on reasonable expose to :hs. dilBculty of Breathing. tJS'lt''e3' \
[ ] terms. Made to order in the tbe ,ide, '" '
fashionable in
affording a regular and an improving market up most cold.This across the chest Wheezing pain
for lumber makes this a desirable property for one mm1Jl\ itID stvle. Liberal deductions as usual will be made Ointment has cured sores of many years stand of blood. ic. Few cases can occur ol UI '

who can devote his attention to it. The property m wal ita1 Q for cash.-March 30, 1830. 1 lni. ing. Where it is impossible or imprudent to heal the lass of disorders which the porzh' toi pre I

Trill be shewn at time I A LARGE and Citernal sore in consequence of the bone far tlierf tri1U"upd
any to any person wishing to I complete ass l1 NOTICE. becoming Pill will not find a rich return
carious or rotten, it will the
mcntofFresh stop of the
purchase. Drugs. Medicines progress cane,
: We will also sell our stock of Goods comprising nft New York end Baltimorefor sale,just wholesale recvedlrom -* SIX months from date, I will present my vouchers increase the quantity of the discharge, remove the of lue.1)J Ladies4f.J!
To the
good assortment for the season and will sell or rent and retail. Country Merchants and P tjtiunerssupplied a settlement, and shall apply to the Hon. fonsive smell, and easo the pain. 0fflfl
of on the most County Court of Gadsden county, for Letters of Dis- It cures the worst Felons Whitlows White and sound Teeth are both .aD 'SO
our improvements, consisting a Store House and a accommo dating t-rni.ED'V. on an application ;
: large and new Warehouse lor storage of cotton on SEIXAS mission as administrator of the estate ot Thomas A. of 43 honrs.itheumatisms blessing. The best security for their : .
the river bank. It is ko\n to be a good stand for a _MAy894l Druggiat, Magnolia Florida.'! Peebles, late of j aid caunty, deceased. which have stood so long as to become found in the ise of theBRITiSH 'E

store and a tavern, and needs no further recommendation STEPHEN S. PEEBLES, Adm'r. a systematic disorder, requires medicine to betaken inwardly .YT1SEPTlC DE.iVTIF '

'; from us. We received duringthe.last season November 24, Id34. 196niflOWAND'S to remove them entirely. But in most common This elegant Tooth powder. with a 'erytrthe.

. eleven hundred, bates cotton, and rxpect t. to receive TONIC MIXTURE. casei by applying! this Ointment externally u directed eredtcates the scurvy in the jnms and pre etJ
S about the same quantity the present season. it will give relief. And even in old people, whos cumulation of Tarter which not onJl
; The terms of of the NS : arrect and lasting pains! have been of longer will accelerates! their decu1
above the
toy properly will be l cure for the Fever For sale J standing, it ease loosens the teeth and '
S made accomraodatin', and great bargains rosy be had wholesale and retail, by FLETCHER pain.To Dentrifice thus removes the prevaihaj ca1l 001i -
S of us in goods for cash or on a short credit. & WESTCOTT ea captains and masters of vessels this ointment siTe breath. preserves the healthiness MO .. .
Q .- HARRISON & RANEY. cola, Honda Drtrgguf, 'lppaJ chi- must be very valuable in winter on our coast it being the g1Inu. and renders the teeth burt'] S .

5, Atpal&g 21. February 1935. 28-tf .* I very certain in its effects on Chilblains or parts affected Price 50 cenu. b&I!
.5 hereby appoint Mess.Fletcher
and .
with frost .
AUCTION likewise its ia'aU climates 30 Pills, 1 dollar
pros YeS
.: BALES.Tbesubscriberhn.vincpJoca.1)lted Westcott for the qmliuea Price-whole boxes .
CHRISTIAN F.DUERR is my agents of"Row-
hereby fully author ) himself in Tallahassee, do 12 Pilla 50 cents. ,
: feed to collect tlw debts of the late Arm of.PEACHY commission business,regular proposes sole to a general L ind's Tonic in the Territory | A large mass of testimony proving the value of this ttJ None inless signed th1 iDD ; .
. days,Tuesday lof Floridu Eastern are genaine T
fc MACKINDER and those ofthesubsci.jicr. Per- and Saturday.Ho : ____ part of Alabama, 4c roost excellent medicine will be shewn to those who printed by theiote propne nr. 4
.indebted to either will please make Western part of Georgia ; who are able to furnish wish further wrapper \V. T
5on* immediate will also attend to administrator and oversales | information on application to Dr Hers mmediateslIcceasorto the late Dr. C99CFor
: yment. Indiridaala who made purchases of Cotton I in the county. ROBERT HACKLEY. the said medicines to all who may apply to them on tons, or to any of his authorized agents. sale at his Counting Room oter NO b1

-og end Bale Rpe are earnestly requested '0 i March 33d 1833. 33tf as favourable himself.terms" as they can obtain II from the pro ; The above medicine sold by special appointment of Street, near CoocervH BostoDw an(o ol ,,
prictor l
S etut. JOliN BLAIR PEAChY.St. I Signed, the patentee and warranted genuine. E.
; NxkiFtb. SI 28-tf N. B. Instruments of writing executed with neat- "JNO. R.RQWAND." I cial appointment, by PEBEID
despatch by R. HACKLEY. ."Philadelphia! OcU 24th IS3J.P. 21tf .
Tallahassee -
[ February 21th 1831, 27tf. TAUahassee, Februul16a

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