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: January 2, 1836
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
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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and the Superior Courts Gadsden, Lee I Four 'in..advance-or Five in six months .
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STORAGE! STORAGE "LAISSEZ FAIRE." 4 arrearage are pa
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.:t': "r the ; .Advertisement i will be conspiouQi aly inserted at se-
J: JNaddti0h1] to his i Dt VTiUQ 'VUtLQCD venty-five cents per square for tho )irst insertion,and
, ,. recently erected a spacious build Q i tLtL W Q nnB ITWAt4 1l 1i a.UU fiftycents fof" each subsequent
cotton and goods. I = 'YbIL a7\ cent irmance. All ad-
forreccivinjj 9
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? Marks, December 27th 1831/ i I S I shall be much NOTICE.of COTTON. BAGGING-TWINE vrsc ; ; :: : ,

A country! all|! my time in the \Vestern NOTICE. S The postage on all letters and nunicatwns to

STAGE TO JACKSONVILLE. note or otherwise are persons requested who are' indebted make to me by THE ROPE, #c. THE Subscriber returns his sincere thank to his Editor must!* paid or they will not receive attention. .fi
: to immediate
The public are informed, payment, and those to whom I indebted an SUBSCRIBER will supplied! this Fall with and tht public in genera), for th .btnJ .. Si
am will
Line of Stages their claims file assortment of Goods selected by himself for this encouragement he has .
with received 11
that -
a regular since he
has in
; my agents for settlement ; Market jien
by the timeNew offered for sale this
I shall on reasonable terms as place, and solicits
i has been establishedTallahassee return to Tallahassee. > a continuance othelr i- tp1B\
__ -_-.-. ,- heretofore for cash, viz : age. He has just returned btron tBtce
and Jacksonville via :tiuwnnnce: JEF. GREEN. Cast Iron Enamelled Pot Ware Sweeds received from New York, $dhasr 4 :
lIct en Tallahassee! every Monday morn- Orleans, Nov. 7 18 tf anti American Iron-Sandersons Ca-English. and Machine, gercral per brig Somersett direct from that ,Ice, a i LATER FttOM FILl NCE.
leaving assortment of
springs;arriving at Jacksonville! on Satun.layfl'omInt.n EAST FLORIDA RAil ROAD COMPANY. ry bieel--Sheet Iron-Braizers and Nail Rods- >iingof the following Article and*winter GOOD cans By the ship Utica, Capt. Dep< yster, the New t J

to the North will find ready con- fICE ilial Hoop I ron-Hard ware--CuteryMecliani..s! ; Tools to wit- York Journal! of Commerce have received Paris '
tmvcl m herrbyg'Ven, a Super blue
and Savannah -Pi S.n meeting of the I ; black, green, drab and adelaid iroad- 'f
Augustineby S'igcs, to East Florida Rail Road Com Lookn.-Glasses-Bonne.s-Couon-SeineTwine- Cloths. papers to the evening of October J Oth, and Havre :

;jheCSteamboat. Fare tlrc each wy $25 00. pialy, will be lid: on the first Monday of February Lash Cord-Rope and Leading:: Lines-Furniture- I Do. double milled Cassimeres J to the 31st. The dates from Lon Ion are no later t ; :
1S35. [85tf1: JAS. M. HARRIS. 1836, at 31| clock! P. M at No. I Commercial Wharf, Blank and other Books Willow and Wood Ware : An assortment of of different coburs. 'than befi)re received. tt
] Baskets super Satlinets. :
an.3 i in the -Groceries
, City of Boston to choose -Carreiing-Boots' and Shoes--
Directors I 100
the THE
pieces Negro
-" year Axes-Indian Rubber Kersey, Linseys and TLEATY.
: NOTICE. ensuing agreeably to the of Goods Iron Axels-Wheel : Fusians. :
act 1'r.glish .
Incorporation French
Barrows-Ploughs-Cultivitors-Tin and American Prints. Letters from the best sources bv the Utica .:

: subscriber, respectfully informs the public' Boston Nov. 241h SAM'LS, 1835.: LEWIS r8tll'NEV : President! Patent and Fancy Candles-Ready Made\V are-CIotng erm.- i Painted Muslins, Fancy :Shawls: Handkerchiefand? that a conciliatory Message on .he pan of, our say
; THE taken the store immediately oppositeMessrs Super Pongees
he has __ Saddles-Harness-Hats and Caps--Dry Goods- Lustring and Fancy Silks. President, would put an end to all difficulty and
Austin where he has I tics.Ready
I I .Hayward and just CLOTHING STORE. Drugs, Paints and Oils-Stom
ensure of
Earthern, Glass and payment the The American
of made money.
and choice assortment season35 L'I'HE Clothing &c.
extensive China
Subscriber Ware Cotton
I an having rented the, -German Toys. ; Bagging. Consul at Havre
store formerly informed
b goods, consisting f DRY GOODS, Ready occu-ed,- by the Messrs. Lindenbersers I GE3RGE 500 pieces brown, bleached plaid t -striped Dmes-, Japt. Depeysteron
adjoining the LANMAN. Bale the day of his that ...
Wade Clothing, Hard \Varcj Groceries, China, Glass Auction lluoni of It. J. llao.kley, has openthen! Tallahassee] Sept. 26( 1833. 7tf Rope; black castor, beaver, drab, and Wool sailing, he had no news respecting
Boots and Shoes I a Hats. the departure of Mr..Barton.
Earthen Ware, Hats, Caps, are assortment READY l MADE The let- r.

Saddles and Bridles, Tin Ware Drug, .. c. All of which ho offers to those who will call CLOTHING and examine, Regular Packets between St. Marks Sf .]\'. Orleans. A few (]o7.en "VValebone Bonnets. teN say that nothing had been cetermined, and .
livh w'ill be sold low for cash. for themselves, on the most reasonable pair Russett Brogan Shoes. whether he would leave, remained undecided.
THOMAS: IlA YS. terms for cash. The schr. 500 pair Kipped POSTSCRIPT.
Lady Washing Brogrfn -We have just into .
t. R. HA L EY.AN Shoes.'r. \. co ne PI wses-
Nov. 23 1835. C-tf ton M. Swaim Gentleman's and Ladjaa' ..; sion of
Tallahassee and schr. Washington, a document which we havt flu) doubt givesus
OVERSEER( : WANTED.< Wm. Leeds, will apply regularly thro' 250 pair Negro Blankets, large Rose Blankets fc*.. the exact history of the tranaaclions: nt Paris '
1 NOTICE I A MAN who has had considerable experience in the sen.son. Old Cognac Brandy, Jamaica Ruin, Holland Gir. The intercourse between
DR. WILLIAM J B. CHEESEBOROUGII, the busine.ss of piamiujf' and who is fully com- ( P.: H. SWAIM. at St. Marks and Rectified Whisky, Wines, Teasand i French Government Barton and the :
Ketent to inanag.' the (genial Agents. 1 : Cuba, Si. Domingo, and Jamaica Coffee. had been entirely courteous
himself in Foridoffers his concerns of a Planta Tallahassee.!!
AVING located tion ID the absence of his ( With an assortment of *id friendly. The Ministry repl! ed to Mr. B'smqt.iry
B tirc.fcss.iona! services to the inhabitants of Ala- employer. A man with STILL'WELL, N. Orleans. Cutlery, Crockery, and
lie will be found all :-malllaui ly, and of honest. sober, and industrious Nov. 1st, 1833.: 13tf: Hollow Ware, &c. that as Mr. Livingston's letter'was written -
ra'ii.a! : and Jackson county! Jit } be required- With other articles beWe the : of the Bill
the -h'V none other need apply., many too tfdious to mention. passage ii Chambers,
times when not professionally engaged, at res>i- .2 h Dec. I8.U: 18-: w M. All of which will be sold low for CASH they were desirous of
G. ; SomttlimcT
WIKOFFNOTICE. subsnument and
or -
di-ncctf the late .Maj. Povtiircss. NOTITRWILSON s...*..,,...,..i-... rr ..._.uu.. apn'n'prl !
1------ as the President
vUUlHry iiitTicuaiiia call of the Uni;
uc ed States
t supplied had J
I\0\; '. 28th, 1335. i7-8w l\1R Sir at small! .J
IIavinbecn authorised by a advance on the New York prices. said lie could! but
IX weeks after date I shitll a friend to advertise his The suhgrriber say no more, siould refer the tl
--- S apply to the Tlonor- property to be sold with will advance, allli! ship Cotton to
Stop the Murderer iU II lo the County Court of Leon Cour.ty. for Letters mine, and he now declines, I olfer Tor sale my Mick- New York or Charleston, S. C. He will purchase matter to Congress: : they \Va lei to see what. l :

HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARD Administration) on the Estate JOHN T. JOHNSON asooky PLANTA! ION, contaning 1800 acres of Cotton, and give the highest market prices would transpire on the meeting of Congress, and t"l

ONE late vfsaid: County dccrascil.CATHARINE. Oak and Ilickery, chockolate:>oil, 400 acres are ALEX. FOR[ MY llUV AL, In the mean time !Lad forwardei despatches to ;

1 WILL give tile above reward for the apprehension JOHNSON. cleared and in a state of cnltivaLon, with twenty ef Septcmbc-, 1835. .JUtf the French Charge at \Va hinglo I. Mr. Barton .!-

sion and! Delivery to the civil authority of AIusco- AlI mt. 1 51-Gm fective hands: conMsiing of tirst nte Field Negroes, "Jay possible retarn! and perhaps, as a consequence 1j

gee county, Georgia, of DA\11) :MCASLES i who in the NOTICED a ( arpenuer, Blacksmith, and Sloe maker, together By lite President (1ff/Ic United Slates. the French: Charge a be: go home, but l.r.t
horrid and shorkin! ;: manner, murdered \V illi .ni with "III mime ihe ; Plan
most provisions on piece, tal ion tools these events :
: ought not to be Iou:cd
the 7th inst. SaidJca :N Ejection by the Stockholders of the Union Rail and PURSUANCE of law J ANDREW upon as .J
Riley on SaturJay.evcniii : A utensils, twelve or fifteen heal of good Muies f and IN JACKSON, it is <
tiles is about 33 or -10 years of age, rather rawboned, Run Comp.uiy: in tile Territory of Florida, of Horses. It the above property i; not sId before the ent of the United States of America, d l"> importance, as confidently expectedthat "j)tj

)licht hair: and red b.-.ard; has rather a weak voice, thirteen Directois for the ensuing year, will be held at tillEd January at private sale, Iwill then commit it hereby declare ar.d make known, thai u public sale the explanations made at the neeting of Congress ; .' ;f;
andtalkiinamunncr\ which is usually termed ihroiuh Tallahassee on the 1st Mcnday m January: J 183G. to the hands of Mr. Hacklev. will: be held at St. Jugcstine, in the Territory of.Florida will be sufficient. 'i'

the nose. 1 have no doubt but :Measles *\'ill alter II is By order of the Boad.Tnllnhassoe "J.vu McLEMORE.; Monday: the 7th day of March next, for the Mr. Simon, uditor of the Clnrivari: was on tile I

name,ache is an accomplised villain. If paiticularly! Oct. 24ih, 1835. 12-td Nov. 2lst, 1833 15tf disposal lithe public lands within the limits of the 2Sth:: October sentenced to two JUt. nth::; imprisonment '

examined, 1 think there can be found some old! scars, NOTIUE.I undermentioned townships and fractional township- and n fine of 5000 francs, for exciting hatred 1

about bis head or face, as he frequently: cnjrajjed i in, I IX weeks after date I shall apply to the Judge of PROCLAMATIONBT in the East Florida land uistrict, viz and contempt against: the government. The editors i- '. :

combats. SHEPlIEttD. lULliY. )O the County Court of Gad.sdeu County, for Let- ..\ Jrl/& vf the base line and East of tilt meridian.Fractional of the Bon Sens:: and "Quolidi*iitie were tried 'f

November 24 17 5Lr. ters of Administration: on the e-ate: : of the late lient. '\ low nship and on a si lIi/ar/ charge, for it-publishing[ [ from the "
r..4 j !CT'Tlic:: Recorder, ISIilledgevil Ic, Journal, 1\10ntbo Charles 1'ttigrue. L. AI. GOLDSIJOROUGH Mary's River,) of range 23. London :Sun a very violent article m the new law 1iit

: ;ncry},and Floridian, Tallahassc, will insert the above Tallahassee: Nov. 1 hh, Iti'M.( 15-tt; Sect dory and Jlcling Govtrnor: of Florida.J Townships 1 1,2,3,4, and fractional township 5 of relative lo the press. They were !both acquitted. t
i one month) and forward ther accounts to Columbus fur \\ HlillEAS, an Election was held on Monday range 24: 1

payment. NOTICE. V'i the twelfth day Octolrr, eighteen hundred Townships 1,2 and 3, of range 25; The following! we copy from ,he New York .. ;t

indebted to the Estate of Jas. Brooks and thirty-live, for Members. 'e're ellt the several Township I of range 26. American :
TO PLANTERS. I. County, will please make, Counties of this Territory JtjC next Legislative Fractional; townships' of I 1,2,3, and 4, of range 27. The only i-em respecting our affairs, hy the Itl!

I HAVE for sale a Tract of Land, lying in the immediate payment to the subscriber, who has been Council : Fractional townships{ I, 2, and 3, of range 2tf. Utica, is the f following article, !fro the
County of J ifel'sonaho\lt I 10 miles from Almucejlo appn'iiicd A-lmininistratorof the goods and estate of ASD WIIF.BEAS, At said Eleclun, the following individuals Fractional townships I, 2, and 3, of range 29. des Debat.s, which we deem n Journal !
containing 560) acres, ona half of which is first- the said% Brooks leftuiUNhninibttred received the highest:; nunbcr in the following imp< riant, because l ft"ff}
Harris .
: by Stiiilh !
last line this is the
eft e and East
Burney : of the meridian. paper organ of M. de
rat Hammock, and the other! excellent Oak and Ilukory dec. late administrator of said Counties, to wit : Brogl-e. The
extensive !barren estate. Tiiobe having That .part township 11 I, East of:Suwanno River recall!! of t our Charge is, it \\:111 be se MI,
) bordering on an pine as a demands 'tuist the mid 'cstale are here1-/" notified In the County of Alachua-Samicl V. Walker. : anticipated, {
ran c for cattle. The improvements consist of a Two that unless tlrir claims are Do. do. Columbia llidon Brown. of range 14.Townships and it is announced that France will recall hers, .Y.t'
presented within the time .i :
Story; Frame: House, fifty feet by twenty, and a spa- prescribed bylaw they will be forever liarn-d Do. do. Duval-John \V lrren. 10, 11, and 12ofran p.15.TOWIIShll.8 and I wait.Frtm. .2.t. ..t
10 I II I I and 12 : :
ciou twelve feet wide ofiang 16.
passage extending through it U"\
JAS. It. Morton the Journal des
BROOKS adm'r. Do. do. Esambia"k\ \n. Townships 10, i 11 i, 12, and I 13 of Debats, of 26th Oct.
17. '
feel below ,
iwo the range
large; rooms,twenty square 1st Oct. 1835. 13tIJ,1ADE ( 'II lios. ., ill ollnt. Several 1 i
ujipcr tory can be divided into four comfortable Do. do. Franklin-A bralitm! K. Allison. Townships 6 and 7, and fractional townships J 11 papers have: :spoken of t ic recent news $[

rooms. There is an excellent Spring of Water at the L. Kenan and 12 ; (West Arrcdondo's claim;) and township from Ueited States, in a way to produce an impression {

bottom of the hill, upon which the house stands, and Do. do. Gadsden J( ft"1'1 Juhnson. 13, of range 18.Townships that the relations of the two countries .t:1:,

a never-failing stream. Do. do. IJmiltonilliam >'1. Hunter. I 5,6,7, and 8, and frartiorol; ) township: are soon about to he interrupted, and that Gen. ,,t.r.

This property otTers to the person who buys it n Do. do. II 1 ilbblroughamud :Miles 9, (North of Arrcdfsndo's claim,) fractional town hin Jackson, refusing! all explanation o the language .: \ .

rich !harvest in time, as the land }is not surpassed byany Do. do.: Jetrcrslm-EnretL While. 12, (South Arredondo'sclaim' ,) arid township 13, I of his Message, was about to have recourselo ,j_"f.
in the -it lies adjoining the of of range 19. S :;.:*.1 hostile _
county property 8. Hawkins measures. We have the J.
the late Abraham Cabcll. '1 1 his property will o- soldlowlirC&h Do. do. J llson7ffr| Townships 1,2,3,5,6,7, and 8, fractional tovr.ship -"' for believing that there is stipngest reasons
North nothing in this- that
!9. of Arredondo's
( claim) fiactional 4 i
application to me as I am township :
upon duly Samuel II. Duval
f our relations! with the United States
authorised to dispose of it. 12, (South of that claim,) and township 13 ofrange are still on
I Arthir Alacon "
JAMES Do. do. Leon-c 20. the same footing, jn a word, that tile whole aflat ,.
Att'y. at Janus A. Berthelot,
Tonships 1,2,3,6, 7, and S, fractional remains precisely in the uncertain t tale in
M-iniicrllo township which
; JelFuson Cnty: D<:Co 19, 1835. l'J-Uv.: l Geomc E. Dennis. E
I.r._ 9, North of Airp.iinMo's claim.t.. frartion.nl. truvrf.liin. Mr. Livinirsiou left ir. ,i. .
5Irg:; Plantation for SaloaO J and sold wholesale and Re I Do.Do. do do., Nassau Madison--Joseph Ardlibah.llcNcill.lliggmbotham.: 12-, (South Arredondo's claim" ,) and- town4Bji- -- -- --.r 13, Whatever may be the personal wishes!. of Gen.
of 21.I
range \ Jackson who has
Frederick Md. C. Hcrston L. Smith, already once ben? obliged to
1 by Joseph
county 5
_j a thousand to eighteen hundred acres of DO. d st. John's- fractionalto".ns1aip 1, townships 2 3 4 5 I 7
concerned mike Patent with I"r. Judl<1l1s. o. :; j |'uhn; \1. Hans.n. , yield to the opposition hi Congress upon this
., same
LiiuJ: four
hundred of which arc cleared and in andS, and that part of townships 9, 10 I 11 1 1, and 12
IT'.urntiol} fifteen miles cast of Tallah tssee, on the The abov-j Ointment is offered to the public as a Do. do. Mosquiloe-Claries Downing.D lying "Hast of Arrtdondo's claim, and township U of, question of hostilities, lie wiI hesiu: te certainly in

'S lad Ic\clin: to Monticcllo\ -On which is a Dwelling sale and certain remedy for those obstinate diseases: do. \Vasllill \-Washington 'l'dL.cl' ran' e 22.'IWnsnips. taking measures, upon his own responsibility,
some of which have so longbnOlcd the skill of medic do. 'Valton-I1. O hich lead to collision
nousj, Gm-nuse. other buildingsScrew 5-c.a! well Do. Rumsey.Do. 1,2,3,4, 5,6,7,8,9. 10, 11, 12, and might a anl he would at
and sprin
- enquire at ihis office. 1st White SvvcllirTgsof every description.2d As a|>jicars h by the ruutrns of said election legally 1.2, 3, 4, 5,6, 7,8,9, 10, 11, 12, and obtain their sanction to resolution of so much

Dec. l-jth isi.i.: l4vpNOTICE. Sore L;gs and Ulcersof long standing. made KI me : Now:; TiiEKt.Fer.E, In pursuance ot 13, of ittn:.:,e-24. irnport lC'.e. Nevertheless, Gen. Jackson does not
:3d Schirrusor Glandular Tumours larticularltlioelmardened 1 lie I the aforesaid individuals Yfr
1 luuld
} -tby jtruclaini I
womncn'shreasts whichoften i Townships! I 1,2, 3,4,5, G, 7,8,9, 10, 11 1, I2and permit his: intentions to transpire ; it is unlv
tumours in cleclid Mi-mlers of said Council.
duly :; 13 of 25.Fractional .
mange known that he i is seeking to excite .
limes terminate in ulcerated cancrrs. C i v 1N under my hand tt the Capitol, in the 1 among the
T lIE subscriber respectful informs }the public 4th know the of township of range 29. !lower classes: of the population, a din! of animosity
Felons or what SOllie people by name City of t Tallalms&ee. this the 4th day will ?
that |he will have 'IP sale kept open for twn'weeks, and no France
i\Xf'tiaJ12a9 sgainst to which In would .
December, A I). It33.17tf : after
o I Catarrhs of description. l and the lands reserved
.D ::a:1: every lonjjer; bylaw for the use of
repaired and fitted lor wards be
up GEORGE K. WALKER. appear lo yielding, in
5th Pains of authority
Rheumatic schools
be of those who thojomts.Glh i or la.nls reserved for military or otner
{ reception are willing to purposes
patronise from break
Congress with the
and Bruises in i ---- French
Aim by .hctcnth Dccemb He himMirthat Sprains every description or wili be excluded from sale. governuient. -
every attrntion shall rnext.b.' for pledges the whatever pait situate. PLANTATIONS FUll SI1L, Given: under my hand, at the city; of Washington But among all other classes: among all

modation.: and convenience of his paid accom 7th Tellers all kinds. In tliiscomplaint the patient this thirteenth day October, A.D. 1835. men of substance and reflection, or{: ininn is loudly
patrons. !. in applying the Ointment must. keep the part CRCDJT.rWl By the President, ANDREW JACKSON. against any measures of a hostile ttndency.
lblalmssec! r.ov. 20th 1635. 15- tf out of water- rlH: subscriber ofl'rs for sale 64U acrcsofLAN. ), ETHAN A BaoiYN, Mr. Van Buren, the Vice Presidnt, who is of
__ 8th:! Chilblains, or parts affected by frost.It Ji I lying within two miles of M"iilicelo! : 210 I acres Commissioner of the General Land: Office. Gen. Jack; (ln's parly, and the clnnee of whose

NOTICE. is also one of the best remedies for Burns and of \ r1ch is cleared and under a good fence, a good election daily increases! does disjembMus' disapprobation ; '-

I IX Scald It eases the pain and draws the ire out in a C lin-Uousc I Gin, Packing Screw, Dwelling! House, t
weeks: after date, we ehall apply to the Hono short time. :Stables ami JNegro-llouM J will also sell! lUUO NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIM: ANTS. of a rupture and in case. of his suc- .

t Letters orable of the County Court of Leon county, f.-r For Inflamed Women's Breasts, and Glandular, bushels Corn, I IOUOU His. Fi ddcr, two flutes ci three Persons claiming the right of pre-emption to any of ceeding General Jack o1he- woulj readily lend .

Administration on the estate of John C. I Swellings it is superior to any iredicine yet known to Horses, Plantation Tools, kc. the aforesaid 1 lands, are required to prove the same to himself loan arrangement like cjnlbrmable to it: ,.
Dcmilly, late. of said county, deceased.J the suiisfartionot the Register and Receiver the imerest of the United States I.
:. the medical faculty It is much safer than mercurial ALSOI5c20 prior to ] a id the dignityof } -t
L. DEMILLY, the day of sale. : France, The election for the
Dec. of prepartion of that material,) Ivecatise it does Presidency0:
5, 1833. 17.Cn- L. any "acres of LAND lying on Mickasoolcy Lake, iij
C. DKM1LLY.: General Land Office
not lay the patient liable to injury from expose to 'i"20 of which is cleared, & Corn, Fodder, Oats, Mules October l3'ih 1S35., I commence next March, and it is no probable that i1 j jI
:: 13tfti iJ
One liuntfdred] Dollars! Reward. cold.This and I Horses. The m< bt of the above Tracts (If Land I the American Government will tak ? any uosltive s.1 .;. :

ROKE Jail Ointment has cured sores of many years stand are first rate Hammock, and the cleared Land will 1)11. IrEFE' steps belbre that time. If Gen. J ickson" should
U last "''S1'1' my man ISAAC. Where it is impossible or impiudent to heal the :
S3 ing. produce from 1000 Ibs. to IWUUlbs. of Cotton per acre. think fit to recall: his Charge d'A.Iaires, France
Isaac is a small black man, about 5 feet 7 external in of the bone m : ria IDUiC rP
sore becoming a
consequence ON.
n.ches ; Dec. 5. 1835.: l7ifVILLIS ALS:::; i would recall her's, and wait-this position is
has l
week high ;. a remarkable hih; forehead, bi-h: carious or rotten, it will stop the progress of the caries, one of the most em'cactouscorntounds| m tho MA to her by the vole of the Clumbers. prescribed
wer bones, two of his front teeth far apart: and ra- increase the quantity ol the discharge, remove tho of P. S. I will also sell 20 Negroes, 18 of which arc I TEKIA MKDICA, for the cure of thou class of invet : .. ,
The National
round face: lie has a quickness of and fonsive Kinell and the effective hands. an opposition and republican paper -
()ftcn spcarh, cio. pain. good crate Disease: produced by nn impure state of the
WIth spits while talking. He no donbt has a pass It cures the worst Felons) Whitlows on an application blood and a vitiated habit of body, and usually exhib- thus speculates on our affairs :

wind he l will deceive; He will make his way of 48 hours.Rheumatisms OTICe.A ting themselves: in the forms of Scrofula Salt Rheum. The American Congress caniiol give any explanations

tolt Atonce: \ for ,hc North, either by St. Marks, Aj.ah.chf-} I which have stood so long as to becomea N election: fo nne: 1" irectors to manage the con Leprosy, Anthony's Fire Fever Sores (even when demanded of it, the Constitution not

the sea, bile, or some other seaport, as he is used to systematic disorder. requires medicine to betaken inwardly 1- ccrns of llie Central Bank of Florida will beheld ihe bones are affected,) White Swelling's( olied affording lo them any means of obliging General

*bo'e and will attempt K ship as a free man, The to remove them entirely. But in most common I I' at tli3 banking house in Tallahassee on Monday with Dr. Jebb's Liniment) Foul and obstinate Ulcers Jackson to make explanations, if he j jj not dispo-

paJ reward, with a1!! necessary expenses, will be cases by applying this Ointment externally as directed the 1 11th January next. L. THOMSON:: sore legs and eyes scald head in children! ,scurvy and sed to do so.

.D upon hisdelivcry in Tallahassee.19if it will give relief. And even in old people, willis Dec. 12 1835. 18 Cw Caihiei.NOTICES scorbutic gout Pimpled or.OorbuncIH: Faces. festering
c. 19, IdJ5. JOHN A. CRAIG. pains! have been of longer standing, it will case the euptions. and venerial taints throughout the body. It is not understood in France w lal the power

r- : __ which last case the drops ofter cure when mercuy I a Chief Magistrate, responsible foi his acts, is.-

NOTICE pain.To sea captains and masters of vessels this ointment fails. They are also the best Spring and Autmir.f The President, at the opening of eich session, is
must be very valuable in winter on inr coast it being Q IX months aft'r date I shall submit my accounts physic to purify and cleanse the sygjem from humour hound to communicate a messrge i to Congress.

ALL Arsons indebted to the Subscriber either by very certain in its ellects on ChilblaiM or parts alTecte-l and vourhers as Administratrix of the Estate of which frequently appear at ihese,easons of the .vear This is an expression of the personal opinion of

et"le the! or account are q"cstcd without delay with frost itliUcwise prcs vcs its qualities in allcli Henry B. Fills, deceased, to the 1-lun. the County. They also aid the process of dig .tioni and, by purifyingthe the President ; he is bound to make it franklv, and
Same'wilhS-S'Tafl'who i is!' authorised I Court of Leon County, and apply for a dislmarge.ELIZA blood the secretion of
prevent humour
to settle the males A. BRUCE Admi'x. owes no account of it to any foreig
Same FLETCHER- of proving the value of this urthe The proprietor government.
A large mass testimony lungs. confidently relies If the
Tallahassee =!Oth Nov. 18 18th 1835. 4'J-Gm( upon American Congress shoud decide the
15tflir excellent medicine will be hewn to those who July the vast number of cInes: effected ,
most these
surprising by
.. .. _. .. -- explanation was to be made to I :It
--- wish further information on appiieanori 10 iniiei- LEON SUPERIOR COURT drops, not only in linsiun ana u$ vicinity, out llirougn- ., y't ranee- must
II NOTICE. tons, or to any if his authorized agents.!; IN out 1!It! Union for the best proof of tlieir excellence reverse tne-L.xecuuveiuucuon in ( ruler to render

AT the next January Term of Gadsci The above med.cine sold by special appointment of To March Term, 1835. an unfailing alterative medicine, in all the cases above such explanations possible : for the nessage being

Court, the undersigned Administrator*and.County AH-' the patentee and warranted cnuille. specified. This article has recently been pronounced the opinion of the President, and the President

:mstrainx of the estate of Francis A. Cash dec'd E. B. PERKINS. DHUGGIST. Charles Hairc, ) by aPhysIcianof lespectnbiltty, who had wit having acted in the sphere of his c uty in stating

tate of Mid county wiJ| present their Vouchers, and, Tallahassee January 1st, 1831. 27tf. VS SlN ATTACHMENTIra : iiessed its surprising efficacy! as entitled! in his opin his opinion to Congres?, he cannot be required to
accounts for Sanborn, ) ion. to take the lead of all the popular articles known that what he forth his
be settlement with said estate, and pray to fH 1 HE defendant, Ira Sanborn, and all other say put as ()orinion. was not
discharged therefrom. AN ORDINANCE pe for the above complaints, and indeed it is fast gainingthis his opinion.
JL sons ilHcrestctl, arc hereby notified, that a writ point in public estimation, throOxhoutthe
HARRIET A. JARRETT, Adm'x. TO amend an.Ord inance passed 17th I day of Februaryto attachment has been sued out of the Clerk's Officeof Price SI a bottLe, trG bottles or $ 5)) country Congress has only one consfftul tonal mode of

QuincyJuly ISAAC JA1UIOTT Adm'r, regulate the Police of the City of ')f Tallahassee. Leon Court, in the above slated case, and that theyare ""> RELFE'S ASTHMATIC dissenting from the personal opinion of the Presi..

15, 1835. 50-6ms Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the .Intendant and'Com hereby required appear and plead 'to the declaration PJLLS, dent, that of not voting for the mrasures he re-
mon Council of the city of Tallahasse, That wheneverthe according to the latule in such case made and and a little attention to their timely inlministration, wil commends. Has this
not ?
NOTICE. Intcndant shall order out a Patrol or Patrols it provided JAS. A. BERTHELOT, usually ensure a mitigation of these disorders, and gen decide happened Did not

"ill sell 750 acres, in Fowl Town Swamp, Decatur any person or persons so ordered, sh ill refue: or neglect Dec. I 12 1S35. I8lf Attorney' for Plaintiff crally effect cure. The Pills arc aUoan easy and effectual into Congress consideration that there was no ,ground to take
-* county Georgia-liO acres in cultivation to appear and perform the duties required of himor remedy for the symptoms preceding: accom the suggessiona of the Presi-

fltVCotortab1e I log house, a new ,water gin on them, he or they shall pay a fine ot not less thau A CARD. panying the Asthma, and Consumption. For Colds, dent ? Is not this all the satisfaction the Government -

never failing stream. This tract from its local one nor more than ten dollars, at the discretion of th Coughs difficulty of Breathing. tightness and sirictuc could require? The amendment of Gen.

lltJUlOn and character of soil is equal to any other Intrndant, unless satisfactory excuse be offered to th JOHN H. BEALE. across the chest, Wheezing, pain ire the side Spittingof Valaze, then in seekingimore, has only attachedan

)Ody ofla.nd of the same eitent east of Flint rive said Intended for such neglect of his duty, and said Jlttorney at Law, M.mticclto, Florida. blood, &c. Few cases can oc ur of any of this impossibility to the vote of the Chamber: andas

Apply on the premises to JOHN B SAUNDERS. fines to collected by the city Marshal, as other fines practice in the Court appeals; and the Ins! of disorders in which the purchaser of Dr. RelfeV that was a shameful l vote, we SIW; wi.th pleasurejhat -

-Nov.4 1835. 15-tf hid miles of B ainbridge.NOTICE. in ordinances heretofore passed arc collected. WILL Courts of the middle District of Pills will not find a rich return for the.r trifling expend: jt was annulled by an anendment absurd -

-___ Sec. 2. Be it further ordained by the authority afore. Florida. Nov. 28 1835. 16 tf iure. : on the part of those who ,
I That this ordinance shall be coBsiderCd in force ttT None are genuine unless signed on the outside reallf' thought the

A LL persons indebted to Hut estate of Harris Bur- from'and after the passage of the same. : JVO MISTAKE! printed wrapper, by the sole proprietor, T. KIDDER, 25 millions due..

j tley late of Leon county deceased, will make. Passed in Council and approved by the Intendantthis who wish to purchase a family of five mmediato 8ucc.es80rtu the late Dr. W. T. Coiwn.For .-- Ihe Temps, on the same subject and of the

"Ytaent to the subscriber. All those having de- lthday of Dec 1835. THOSE and the produce of my small Farm sale at hi* Counting Room, ojer No. 99 Court same date, says that M. de Brogfi; is unwilling

: zaDdsagaist said esta te, will presenttheir.accounts WILLIAM WARD, cen do so: If there is any disagreement! the prices'we Street, near Concert Hall Boston and also by hfs spe that any controversy about mere riatterolfurm,

!fr 47.IUthettticated for paymeDl. Atteit Intendant. will call in men to decide what they shall be. appointment, by E. B. PERKINS No2) should interrupt ihe harmony between the two

I 'a.r SIMON TAYLOR. adm'r. Charles Austin, : Rob'tLARI INSJr. Druggist countries; wtuJeJJiL.Huinann, the Minister of Finances -
"10V.J. 1835. 15-By [9-5vrJ Clerk of Common Council. i Nov. 23d, 1835 .16-6w Tallahassee, February 18, b2 in&is' fta'ijfeolute. and clw.exp.nations.

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II 1 Hence disagreement between them. The Temp either side,-Opposition or Admlnistra-1 Bar ton will return, probaly without the money, .j no A a topic of a novel cbaract in such lDt4 t t 4,
parton ins ructions *
I which he must do, according to positive The Postmaster Genera b -i.en P .
I continues: yesterday a long conference was t10n. the Government uf! the United Statesare I respecting a matter of iHe f serial bactme
of but mo nU
; held between M. de Broglie and M. Humann, : \Valsh is right-There is more danger :;I ; of the fact, that if the message I I t. lie was to weigiI\fen the { t
'0 subsequent to a visit made by the Urge d'Af-- warom such suggestions and glosses of the Na- ( i in possession hostile declaration, the money will be I action, in a case in whicfehc saw that ranftor.1I 1
faires, of the United Slates to M. de Br glie.I .- Uowlntelligencer; than from all the statements contains no .I charge him with the assawb* of a eonCS"011d:

M. Humann, it i) said, was more pertinacious and3urses oft e President put together. paid. this view of the subject, difficultiesshall ,I ne of the dearest rights offrt emen-ihw: OCOJ i, OTn
than make without Vt the assertion, that the President does "Ifunder I sh.n.Ffhe case was wiihbot precenti ILligations ,
ever, not to any payment previous repeat difficulties hieh France I u
clear and satisfactory explanations." notlesire war, if it can be honorably avoided. arise they will be the unfortunate I I ,of the principles- w mffiV '&?**
should he ? What inducement can I herself will create. Regretting urged.as imperative, though itidently::; :
The article of the Journal des Debate was subsequent Wh possible of 1834, thereis I M VIel't
his into war ? He is \ n-enace: contained in the Message I with tie requirements ofa fiijn; r code ,
to the interview above leferred to, and lie lye to plunge country
helm of affairs AN hat ob- !! still nothing more remaining for the American i I The conclusion to whic 1 the P05tD1utear 9s.
speaks, we imagine, the opinion that will prevail. aboi retiring from the I GQ.the
submit to
must / has been
should to do. If war ensues, we i I eral! came, doubtless : satisflctr
The Journal of Paris of 28th says : St. Se i jectfhis ambition could it promote \hy I people and privations, and nerve the public arm mass of i.'ie people of ail th j SiaSs. Theory to
illustri- evils
; ; bastian's is again blockaded' by the Cordova I he Bk all the glory and good, which its ol it and think port
Caris1. should he sustain the honor of the nation, and triumph I rests w safely, -m permanent
has followed Don Carlos to a ous3urse: has alreay prtducedY h.. run to ific l I plesofconstitutiDnal origin The PfUltt-
division upon the Arga to superintend the fortifications up mew public debt, just after he had so glorious -I the Ha"'; an'!, therefore for the increase, Jllthe of spe the navy appropriations and the I right of abolition iVs to the use of the question mails '.of

._t. especially those of the bridge of Larg. ? discharged the old one ? Why run the risk ,I required of maritime frontier shouldhe cheer !! I it appears, practfca.'ly' sealed by the Depart
t .t Tht Cat-lists are in want of arms for tk-owing the whole monetary system of the protection onr I It remains to be seen whether the Postmaitej eut.
)levies they have recently made. The Central coutrv into some confusion-and thus encourage I lull".' and uns.nimously atforded. i I eral shall be overlooked by hij htr authority .
j t : Juntas are maintained at Cadiz, Grenada and thenonstrous Bank of the U. S. to rear its sink- From tlicVllcxandria I The necessity ofa reor!rania:aiion of the
'.We have seen letters from respectable cominercir.l ment suggested. The vie' 's of the
: the renewal ut'an expiring I POSI
,r r Malaga. ingleall, attempt I I' houses New York, which slate that: the I IspiJil J General on this subject, are c laracierised r
1r The Court of Assizes have condemned M. Sar- I chater? lice chargegof the National Intelligencer ,111 frJ
% and position assumed by the Presidential t tendency to promote the effic:ney of the ,
t tens, editor of the Nouvelle Minerve, to imprisonment 'l' graph, &c. &c. is this; that the President is |I with regard to our relations with Fiance I I and introduce into the Departr cut whol omtl'\iet,
; for and 2000f. fine for calumnia desirous of war with France-and is cun-i I Message: f ,
a fortnight, secetly \ of there by the businessmen ? would think, considering u>revenuemor.t(
the ,! highly approved
ting M. de uuHy contriving to bring it about, 1st. by i are 83,000,000)), indispensable, che,'ks in
Broglie. :I and that the Message is not thought to ; j recelV D
.' :. General Latapie was condemned to the same naativeof: Message, and 2dly. by the recall general, I I bursing and accounting for the public money. ''i
t t.t,! enahics. ofMr.! Barton. nut can they expect to cecei\"c I be belligerent in its design. I organization proposed, whilst it would inirodn be

PPRIS EXCHANGE, SSthOct.-Large sales at the an enlightened I people by this species of sLing I system and efteciual al checks in lieu of arbiira
: caused a gradual decline, which went to Fist let them show what interests the resident NAVrilEl'OUT.The I and fluctuating executive regulations, has alsot t/1
"peniug) the three p.cr cents. The Spanish lunds ha? in provoking a war-what possible! motive he I Report of ill? Hon. MAIILOX DICKERSON, I merit ofreducing ihenumbcr )f persons necessar
make such ndiciUms I of the Nay, furnishes the following\ par- I for the service. This is no sn all merit when I.
likewise fell, to unfavorable reports. cal have for it-before they Secretary:
t The owing Poland which sailed hence the impeachment. \\ care .-cl- 1 ticulurs'relative to lie condition employment I consider that the nnmberofpoHma tersconrneto7
ship on ant
extravagant per
I and other be
';/ 8th Oct. with many arrived at Havre ly:ssured, lint: he wishes for Peace, if it cal be ) of! our naval force, showing I thai I we can: easily be and will continue agents, to to b;employed ronstai tly and increasing supervised 1hlt'"

\ cm the 28th. pasengr urserved wilh Jfotoi.\\TCIIaVC. a: letter- before, ; made ready I for acton, if necessary, 'in the dcI I already more than double the number :
$ i it
iia from a gentleman of t the best in kruia Lion, ami I III ell I of our glory, The ship of the line, North I the the time of the adoption by )law of the !
:2 From the Richmond Enquirer. I on the most familiar terms with the President! I Carolina' has b'eea thoroughly repaired i in her I ?:'nizaiiun, and force emplo] cd to control i cLeI pr .
, : THE FRENCH QU S rlos. Written from Washington on the 30th November, I hull, is out of dock, :and may be filled] for sea in I The Report concludes wish i merited tribute to tie-
The N. Intelligencer still! pursues its tirade who declares: Uirt 1'Iie President is :is sincerely I eighty dayjs-tiie Independence, of t the same class, i I worth and virtatrs of the late Fosimssier General Z.
: against the President's Message. is one of thc desirous for peace as you and I are." In fact, I i is now rapidly uii.lergoing repair, at lltoll-the ; j A tribute bespeaking respect as well for I him w'u,
; cards which it is now attempting I play. The how can he possibly be otherwise ? I frigates i UII:11 1 ill tilln a nil Constellation! i a IIlI sloops ( i it, as for the memory of l.im receiving,.

game is this; Fearing that the Whig presses Even if Mr. Barton returns in the next packet, Peacock and Vaudalia! have been equipped, and Glce.
.': might generally come out in a manly: IOIK in t favor I war will scarcely ensue unless I the I Whig I presses sent to sea ; and the frigate United States and
"; of their own country, the Intelligencer hasten I shout mislead the cabinet of 1 Francc.Vh:"t sloops! Concord i nil Boston, have been prrpa-ed( I From the N. Y. Com. Advertiser, of Dec.11
i cd to give them the cue-as well as lO rouse the : be the course of the two countries? France and are reach;/ tlr; crews-the hull of the frig.iteColumbia ( ( i DREADFUL AMITY !!!
)>ride of Fiance. In the mean time, the Intelligen will wait till she receives the Message.Ve will! : al Washington' is now nearly I complete! I New York has been! for 13 haurs ia flames! They
l' cer takes its own cue, from the desperate politicians wait t ascertain (the effect it will have on France. that: she may be munched in the course of this I not yet eXl ngUl heti. A l'trge section, and thit
"J around It.Ve do not hesitate to charge at Such at least, we presume, will be our course, unless month-ihesloopof! war Warren is taking in her r oldest and most wealth po '.ion of the city, j is in
once Messrs. Gales and Seaton, that the in- some gros.: indignity should be shown in I ihe crew will sl;: 1 in a few d.ys-IIII'. Lexington : ; and whether the progress of tIle Destroytrb
J upon rec comjilsiely arrested, we 1IInot tel!.
f s'.dious Nos. they are putting forth are not their mean time to the! U. States.Ve agree 'I t IC will lie ready for: t crew ill a l lew weeks ; :JIdothe ; amlion Moscow, no calamity; : i ly fire Since tie.

i: OViI-bUt the views of Mr. Clay, Clayton, or Baltimore Republican in the following views, I"a hinou thi and Nileheand schooner Grampus, i \ and so dreadful!, has b.'fatten any city,so ia exi tl.t
Southard: -or some other of the Cabal. Which which it takes of future events : have been receitl) put under repair, and may a Nobe The fire broke out in Merchant street,in ilie
f ;, )these holds the pen we know not; but the opinion (Wilh} regard to the state of our affcirs with ready for crevs ii a hke lillie The building'I I! block formed Ly Wa I, "William! ,and Pezr
!:T4 I" 1. at Washington, that they are not the work of France, and the consequences which may be expected of a store ship! Ins been ecnunenced at i I Philadelphia ( I at about 9 o'clock last light. A fierce -id
,u' the Editors themselves, but of other Whig politicians to result from it, we do not think there is and. seau: vessel, at New York ; but the I I blowing from ihs IN"orlhest, and the rt..Mi.:
: who work the wires behind the curtain. much reason to appreher.d any great diJlicuhy.Mr. 1 Litter will not li reaily Ir: service until the next I I i>o intensely eoli as to rentier the efficient work.
lucubrations Barton willno doubt conform!; to the instructions ; of the engines impo*:>ibl ,. The CGnseqiwace
But whoever be the author of these sumni'.T.: Thoships the lie;: AhhalJll.l'r
t.l they reflect nothing but discredit upon him. He which have been given him to dem.iml from mont I, Virginia! [Poniiaylvania, and N;*w York, that the with lire hcd great! the and mas destructive e"iy through rapidity."it the niattspreading

J has proved himself, on this occasion: only the slave the French government an unequivocal answer! respecting and the! tIl'S: San tee, Cumberland; Sabine, I F. an awful night! for New Y )rk! and fir iLe conD-
of party. He loves Rome les, and Ciu.sar: more. tlc: r determination :in rehliou to I the payment : I! Savannah: : I Ku c tan awl St. Lawrence, are in the I But we can neither dc crue Ihe grandeur oth:

lie has forgotten all the duty which he owes t of the indemnity, and he will, we d-mht not, I stocks, well I {pio'.ecled l and as nearly: : completed: I pt cta.e': IIHr its terrors, nor the desuiaicn; ; bran.;t
his country. He is taking sides with France cither receive no answer, or one that will be wryunsatisfactory. I as I I ICJIU: :! be, until I I it i i.; er.Tiir.u1.! to launchthem. disinctly 10 view by the monnin;liht. The
,, and if the present controversy shonld.unfortunate-! : :; Acting in cmlitlityitil his instructions .I The s.p'; of I ihr line I Delaware, frig.ue Potomac I i ol"man was powerless! ; ai d many of our fellow
t, ly end! in War, l let all the credit ufit be laid at the it will become his duiy to leave t ihe I sloop Jiil.n Adams, awl I iheschoocr Shark, : who lel lcd to ih'eir pillows in affluence,
door of such reclessincendiaries. But the French country, which we presume he has done, antI he: have: been employed i in the Mediterranean i I during: I bankrupts en awaking.
King ought to know that il is from no love to him may be expected'ery soon to return. \Ve do 101Iwe'cr I' the I last year. The frigate i Constitution t sailed for; ; : The fact ut the powxrleMaie. of [the firemen,frcn

that they are enlisted injhi.s behalf, and are ultem- ( believe that it will he the means of ;pr J I t le S.c cue station from New York, on I 9 August 1 1i ,' I almost the benumbing instantaneous influence congelation;of: the coW of ,the iacieajrl wire:,

,0 r to rouse his resentment and his pride-but to ducing any further difficulty. On the contrary i I h: >t ; the I U-.iite Slates returned t!"?lIce on the ]I I : conticrnatiun which preve Bcd among iliethtn-:
: serve their own selfish purpose, ant to rise upon we think thai when the presc-nt mes-age; lOih IkCt"I\orlasl! ; and I the Di-I.iw.ire is ordered r| ands uf the agirated mmiiiud ; who \vercwicesw:
;. the rums of the administration. \e say: therefore i is: received in France, thc "vlrnlellot I home id: is l\ity: expech-J. On tic: West India : 0! the calamity: -many of then deonml to s-taml and
:. at once, that if the War does come, we shall lay that country will perceive that no rUrhcr explanation I station, I the fclotps! Vandalia I : ol. Louis, and Fal- I II II ee the destruction of ihfir own fur un.s, wiihoc:
j .' the fault of it at their door. will l lt given by ours, and IhJ we are nolonger I luonih, and I the schooners Grampus I and Fxpcriinrni [ ; ; able to lift a finger for t ic rescue. To arrr
The President desires peace-Martin Van Bu- to trilled with in relation to I Hitmutter.. I, I Irive!!eji employed-I the Vaudalia: afterrepair. j.imcs\vas; at once seen to )e impo."i t ,sa\bl
ren desires peace-Ihe Cablet .\V=shingtlm de- If they de.ire a war, they will then perceive that ;I ; .; at Nut I dk1 sailed! thence on I tIle 1-liii i Ja iiI : I howin! up of ranges U-iiMtegs: uxadnnceof

I .' fire peace-the whole Republican Party desire it.if they can be gratified in their desire; but if Ihey do nary: last u, rtMime lie r st: linll !Jin I the \\ e .I"III- I : : fir the', that dillicuiiy i's.prngre' was to uiighllius'be oh Jill: pcvrder inerrnp'.ei-noneu
be But it is these not, which we are is the laet, will dies I hoe Falnonili I
it can preserved persuaded they ;; retmned from that Million on I I I ( cql1ence being allowed in the city. A iaificim
men who are doing the mischeif- and most prop make : merit of necessity, and pretend to regardthe i J he 1st of/ uriiNt, last, :1It u is now at \nrticIk-! :heExperiment i'' ; ) theiefove, could 1 cot be tbaiied! lturt of I lh*
erly does Mr. Walsh lash their insidious stricturesin messi'gc as containing all the explanations ,; >lso returned i in April! l.i.-t-, and has I : Yard-whence, a-o, the mayor vras cblijfda!
the following just and indignant manner. which th,y can rcasonbly require, and that they I been employed! in the survey of the c.ast-Ihe: : for a strong inili'ary force, loprescrx'cprjpcnf
'The spirit and toae in which the Whig papers c.>n conply withlhe stipulations; contained i in the (':.111I pus etu.ued to Norfolk! on the 2Jd S ;}1t'm. I : ; I the swarms of robber \\ ho are e>er ready oa
J gcneally have treated that part of the President's! treaty, wuhouianr I national degradation I and dis j her last: i i--under repairs, and wi:15011:1: r mme I i oCi'a.i Il5. [Wu-t a con memary upoa the dc-

; mes-a' e which relates to the French question, are honor. Under these impressions they will probably ; her ste! I;,IiOlI-u uul i the frigate; Cunsteliali.m sailed I II I It t pi iaan !!|
;: j f laudably just and liberal. Every true patriot and pretend, I that t they have properly si:.>timed i t thither: I from Norfolk, on ll.e i 8lh t! October last.: i : l I Such! is of tIn! working confusion ones that prevails, art the! tJcl MHOW the,

II every one il particular/ war, must I their reputation as a nation, so lar: as their honoris ',| The: sloops! Naic.ieErie! :11:1;::! Ontario I composed I Ii I : : i! : : lire, ar.d i lusted ruins, wiy t lat among it is iinpos>ille to
f desire that the French King and Nation may be concerned, and give, I through some proper channel i the padron: 0:1: the Brazilian -lnti.I.-- a'l'i par-iculars with any \l'-'eieush-n to accuracy.
fully satisfied: with the text of the message. Thereis an imitation I that the money will be paid: to : The Natchez! arrived at l'York, on I I I we have given the ace cunt prepared for the
.. that in it with which they ought to be content. the agent appointed by oa goverim.ent, and thereby her return, on twc :3d October. The; enterprise :! :ilc td'erteion! ol the two surviTicj
' .4 We can suppose that, whatever has been the ef. pu an end to all further controversy v or dillicully ha* beeii" detach E.tI and! ordered 011 a crm/.c in the I I papers-a: the late lonr at which that pa-
i t of Mr. Barton's application .at Paris, nothing on the Kubject.' The French: governmentmust : Ea.sl: IIIIcs-slI; ; sailed in C'IIIIIJ.ilia the sloop! I i was nut to press. The omilagratioa: continued.
of c:hostile or irritating purport will he done or I see that they have been placed; so completely ) [ ;''of war i Peacock, from Rio, on i ihe '1 2c lh July, the I I I I I ) cjuenu fur some hours ab.r--anl. The rea'

'I''i I' said by the Presiden or Congress, until the effect I I in the wrong in the mailer, :nd t that persistingin : !I'.cock havingsailed! t for i that I station, fiom New I: 1 : form i some the opinigot C\t"lleo"the magnirade! : of
calamity, by following prepa'
in France of the message shall he known on this it will degrade( them in the eves of the wh'u'civilized Yoi!:, osi: the :Jcd I l\Pi'll. The On tOIII) was order- I! f C'insuitincj the nap. alter w !"! walked'

I. bide of the water.-Appropriations for efenccpreparatio'ns world, that we cannot believe, under sichiCrcumstanccs {.J, ill June$ !at, to the coast of _'tfi :ic.i, with in- I )s for the purpo-.e: of a d<*li )etesUrVey. .
for a possible rapture arc not to be they can, for such : c\ll idl..iol, 1 struclions: to vijt UK I l-la 1: >:\i of St. Thomas, BJSsi I I South side of Wa1i Street! 'rom William sr "
; deemed of that purport. desire to be involved in a war with! ts: ; but if they : : Cove C.pe Palrna, Mesunulo. 'll ;qua- : : I East river, inchulhig the MerhaifsEichang;

'Among the many instances which we have ,i desire anv such a war so ardently us to seek, nwilhout i droll t-mpio\edin I the I Pacific, consisted of the fri II \ ct.-epiing some three or f>ur buildings! beIerchant
had occasion. lo note, of the obliquity of party: vi-i, justiiLlt cause:. w; need not hope by j gale Bran.lywue, and sloops! Faii 1i-hl and Vin- ; ; )I street former'.v: Hanover) and Pea
sion, we do not recollect one more marked and lamentable any means ( sustail our .:ca tiolallulor) I aud"iJ ;: cennes! iiui 1 .st-j.oners!: Dolphin! and Grampus t from William U> Broad, building not dsuo,
than find in the series of views I Ithe' We conceive the injured in lice rear.
we aconlest. lhrnflre, inui- j ol.vhich I Uie Vir.cennes: has bien ordeied! home, I I bro: sree: /.
both sic from -
1 ) Nationallntcltgcncer! has taken of the President's ter has: been brought to issue, that the ihe Exchange street, C3,
al : by way of tIle EHI: I Iiulies, and I the Fairfield I crossing .William to Men-hint strce-:-the baw n\\ ,
:. exhibition of this treaty subject. That paper whole mailer must tis very soon sited: ad: sel- has: lately armrd a i Norfolk.: -Car. Gazette. church was embraced n this section.
. labours to detect sinister intentions, and make lcd to our satislilclion.Ye Merchants s reeL t former! r Hanover) both site ,
i some discoveries truly wonderful. We to that the Whig II
proceed are happy see, pieces \,- \ I,. 1'OWI'. iValf to Uacoversquaie.
i to quote a few uf ii iem. have not yet !followed in the wake: of tie Intelligencer. I : William street, both aides: from Wall toHanortr
" *' We cannot conceive a paper more artfully Several I 01 I hem I have: e: lC out t i:: a bccom- I The Ucport of ihe! Hon. LKWI-S CASS, the! dis-: } .
. contrived to 'Tan the sparks that kindle war," ing spirit on this subject. In :11.litill to the :extracts I !iiiriii.v.lial! head of the War Department, Drives the J : ( I Pearl street, both sides, fr m Wall street to Coca-
, than that now before us. We cannot for a mo- we l furnished in our last, we lay the! following : i I I| following' account of I ihe condition: and rmplovj : ; tiesfip, including the whole! \veep> cf hanoverI
j ment of I I lie Mi'ii.iry' force of the Union. 'The I .
i. doubt it
ment th:1 was composed for the purpose before our readers. tw !lane
. preparing the dominant par to respond to the (l.'I'om lialtitiore Gac lie.) goner::! positions: : of the! Army remain as they were ; : I Stone street, from Hano 'er square: to

,: cry of War, whenever: it shall please the old chief.Ian : "One subject t more than: a any other-the delay l.-istyear ; I M Companies: : have been pkitvdunder leading to the head Coco-ies and of slip-:Beaver street, Crom
to sound it. of the French to comply with! the lerl ula treaty uencral Clinch, in Floiid.i. with a view tt) check [ Exchange street part
F I neat I v to road.
i ihebeminole I Indians, who have exhibited an nn- sup ffl
deliberately made will the U. Slates, and solemn : Water I feet, both sides f-on Coffee l house
tllt is not possible! to rise from the perusal of the ly ratified hy I the prpl authorities of l I both nations: i; : quiet bpirit, and to Sl'curc the execution of the I .ocntle. $ ir>. ,-
t, whole of tins portion of the message, whether we -has excited a deep 'Ilcrest: and: greatly t increased : trejty lor I iheir reiova!. The Regiment of Dragoon.s I Front: street, both slues, foat Coffee house sup to
regard its careful elaboration or its general spirit the general: desire: lo know how it woy'id! be noticed !has: been employed in penetrating, ; the In- I : siip.b'oulh : .

without coming to the conclusion, that it is preliminary by the Presidelt in his ;h' :agL. .Awareof j than country, tu illlprl'lilt: savajre-s 'with our 1 I I s'leef, from the sorus to the same.Pearl str t
: power to check and ll.eir hostilities South side of Coffee h'oiis slip, from
to a recommendation of hostilities in some this, and influenced by its iltrilsic; IllpH1l'ehe ; punish and in I ;! I
.' form or other, if public opinion in the United has treated it with i that freedom ;jnd fiiilui-ss adding to our gcog\.il5hical I knowledge! of thoseremote I ) the East river. the Fr.wlb
States shall appear to authorise that hazardousexperiment explanation, has necessarily occupied a regions. (Coi. KI:\I >ZV, wish i; one detach- 1 Both sides of Old Slip, (including river.
wli'J ; the EaM
from Pearl
upon the public prosperity, and the I large portion of interesting communication | !menl):.' matched thAt.'gh! ihe legion between the } North; ) side of Cocuiies street S U ip, from Peirl strert t tI
national ; Momes .and the iMissi.s--Tpti i rivers Col.
famt. "Whatever div :rsitv of oninion mav exist ; river.
U a throughout' country; to the; uutaciiueroi; ; .'; {-noticing ;I DODGE, wilh another, slrelch'-d Soulh of Missouri i I Jones' lane, Gouvcrneur"-, Cuy.crs iwjjii

"It is a mater history, that, if the President the other Mibjeets of the ..Meagelherecan towards the li: cky Mountains I ; and Major I rt of Mill street. -tani
had l possessed power which he has not, we be none as to the French uclioz-ehe snlivient : M \ O'i, \viiha? thiid.joired by a detachment of [ j I Seventeen blocks of buildings, of tneiarBc.u ,.Ie
tihould have gone to war wilh France a year ago, we think must be uuiveiva1mi it is tn-alfil IlIiI1I1IY'as; empl.KCi: ia duties, connected with I cosily description, a.'e totally destroyed pa!' ,,
when lie recmraended reprisals upon French pro- with thai dignity arid Jll'DJ1ritly ii'ltich Icconics tIc irj! ::iK:--lJlage! ; of a body ol Indians at lice Cross 4 I\r9c bluet between Wall s reel and ExcnaD that o bJ3tthL

perty. From the Message we learn, if we had Chief Magistrate ofafrcejitojjic; who}rf'Jcrlv estimate I limbers, near I Ice (lu-ai Western Prairie: to c i I on the west nea"cstreetfrontil1goI1Cr B"oad street

not known it before, that nothing has since occurred ; the national honor. i I lIi.h: i perin.inenl; c p.icilic relations: between the : I 'reet,r.ge and place that between and a..e1'3od Mpst,2r jj-
to mollify his temper, or soften the resentment From tlte'ho' York Evening Star-/\"aall. i:; rcnujic: wandering bands, suid i lie inure arieultu- on Broad, are gr ally injured, ana

which: prompted that recommendation. On the "It ought not to he disguised, thai; ilnl: part ol! i i r-.l: Indian, :, have migrated lieyond the Missiv : I be said to be des:roye-1(except jj'esl fcruC!
contrary, the writer of the Message seems to have the President's Message relating :o the French in-1!. =ipi:>i.The i. I I : of stores fronting on Broa I streetThe *I Itl.i''. :j.

taken a pleasure in placing the conduct France : denmity question is satisfactory, generally! to all !! discipline and marsh of the: army are satisf.ictory. \ it is impossible II as.eriain amount, but (pro-
in' (he most odious light he can, in a billofarraign- parlies. Il 1'sulllcienlly' warlike to satisly thai j i i : : The; ollieers are ClIgagl',1 in a great between 700 and KW; The
, ment drawn up with a cunning and subtlety of of the President's friends ol dutieo j l :ny destroyed( i is mca'culiible.: r-
portion who, having no-1 v :ri.-l.Y : under: ( acts of Congress! clot con- 1 ( will at ol1e' pe
with city
which we do not suspect" the President, but we do thing to lose in tile contest, are willing lo httxard j I neced: with I their j proibosional! I :i vocal I nis. The ive Those that acquainted nearly the cnlirl:our seat of its grC3testcO

f feuspect somebody else. the consequences of war; and while its lone is j ni,in her of ollieer.s!: in the Kn ineer Corp is not I transactions has I,een destroyed 1tISDC
"As, last year the Intelligencer immediately: undertook nOl very.pacific, on tIle contrary, harsh and uni i siiiiieient lor the i performance"of. : I the various duties bbIc that ihe destructi.m of any given seciw j
; to apprize the French King, that he was courteous to the French King, The !friends of peace j committed to it, :fti J their compensation is inadejuaji : ) oilier *;y in the wor! I, of "qual C1tc [, \Vont.
insulted in the Message, and that the American: arc satisfied with admitted concessions( uid : (j : -, and I ll.e I consequence: is both I delay and i impeifeciinn involved a greater struction of pltl Th/,
people would not support their President so it hope and believe that it will settle the vexed question :in the public \\orlcs. TJelIlIe cou- 11. the, fortunes of a greater number! ,ofinen.tbatcate
I would now cause his Christian Majesty to think i amicably.-Will France be saliijiid'Ve: I suderi hulls :ijjly, ill a coiibiderable i : dwgree to the truct1.n of goods, of cry dcCr2ptI and whaLyt fl fr
that the present message is on the whole insidious think she will and I ; has been imnense:
proceed to give our teasons for Topographical Corps. l lalnit is the fact, that iheCen
; er magnifies c : ,
studiously hostile, and explanatory in an insulting arriving this conclusion, &c. &c. The also ;
ji aW warlike : Report gives following items of IOn of iiie city thus des.lro>ted, is onewll.lCfiTg7r siX
sense alone. Earnestly do (Here Mr. Noah makes some objections to the information! : The portion of the Cumberland entirely rebuilt within the last .eBltst
I we hope that this representation, we blie\'e President's/onuer Message- and then adds:) J Road, hcl\\'ccnlhe lown of Cumberland and the and was covered or every hand Wllh, *cdiCeS
I to be utterly mistaken, will not prove as "Bullayiug aside these objections, i ii there sufficient Ohio River, has been surrendered to and acceptedby and substantial ranges of mercantile

': f as did the Intelligencer's counter-message of December in the present message to satisfy France, the Stales through which it passes, and those! in the world. bloW1J1 up
i: 183 4. It is not of A&ory [ Before the was used in
: matter but and restore the amicable relatiollsLclwl' the two States have made arrangement to collect the gunpowder frog .j.
, f. merely old of'paity declamation, that either countries? We think there is. \Vubeien-l nee tolls, and keep the road in repair.Vithc the exception there were of manl! loud and reports casks ,of sp ''.-
the American Government explosions poWc er, aTrfui
or any portion or will be satisfied and that the will he fulfil I 01
. po treaty of a Jew bridges! and necessary repairs, the the whole) night he scene was one o':
\ lineal denomination of the !
,;' People desired at anv led. Although there i is a display of great: firmnessa road is nearly finished/ and passable in i its whole and Indlscrlbabl j:andenr. fhe dr 0ugbt 01
I' ,: t time a war with France, or would have undertaken determination to risk like! I combU5hibY
. .. mnhing explanation extent. Another importantork t .t internul improvement season had contribut to tie ftc'
.' ( .Jt without superabundant reason of any or apology, yet the following ia so full, so ex plan tile removal I of the raft'cr the Red matter, and the rapi ily witti which hOuse.J J
: ": kind. Let the present message h understood in atory, and so apologetic that all doubts on the River, is in the progress execution, with unexampled ) and range after range, were _**?Pl"'higl[
,. I. FrlC:5 it is here almost universally understood'I subject arc at once al an cud, &c. &c. facility. Timber extending along 111 was truly astonisl ing. Thefindft i '
and thought to b designed, aul according to the "Here is a full and solemn disavowal of any miles of that stream, had covered a large portion flakes of fire were I ore whirling fearful s.rtI1 dor
". clear, round .import of disavowal and : intention to impute bid faith to the King; hut the of its surface, shutting up a great natural highway dark vmlt of heaven with wind-to/ v'hicb und
: all'will be well. Otherwise ihe tha airecnon of he 'leci
lv-1 : most important and feature in the
ntion satisfactory and inun ating a fertile and extensive region rovi the salvatioa perhaps the\ *:oled '
will be nearly unanimou!and( invincibly resolute. on this point remains to be noticed .oDSl '
, message ,- injecting it with disease. This work : ..owing-the city of Brooklyn was ( .
t "There ismore danger of war, from ihe tendency : the President abdam'fi'OfJ hostile has in borne aJoII
) recommending any been l progress, on the present system, little I Dge.r and the flakes cf fire were
:- : of surh suggestions and glosses as those.of i measures, either prohibitory or warlike towards more than i wo years, and about 8125,000 have beyond Fla btsh. .
the Intelligencer, than from any slatemenst and I P'allte-iJud this omission to reiterate the offensive been expended upon it, and in preliminary exper The buildings on Exc lange place I1'f
I recommendations of the President, or occult cleNigns recommendations contained in the Message: i incuts--617,715 will be requisite to finish it, in .I volved in the conflagrition, tbC ames tn*,' "
and artifices of his assistant scribes. The : of 1534, we know will settle the question, bv the addition to *I 0,000, now in the Treasury for the to the Merchant's Exchange itself: t 'i k

take is two large and precious for the game,of : immediate payment of the first instalment. Mr. same purpose making its whole cost S185,715-1,. large of which acjowt had of been goo Is;ostrOnglyC'was .deposited th '

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U'Ci. COllJ.b rcmovcJ and the! nuj i j I5tt1' I CT The Poa Office, in which

Before of ecmcc c( ultl] rcmo'c thcir saved hlS been f'cmovcd to the Cuitom cyrLhlilg was 1 The editor of the Key West is .
fi HnuSeNo paper infow4jliat
tenan.s to the toffMi mails -- -
ierLlS coinmunicaied have' been delivered in J -
'rale i property, the. H'carncd with it the wall at to have a delivery, this' us yet to-day, but we arc I that speaking of the wrecks at Key West, we. ted MARINE -LIST ---r I'I' t- T' _. 1,
afternoon. the OF
win" goods liable LETTERS
soon to
this which scvenil silvage amounted to fcJOO.OOO
5DJ beneath POST CIUPT.-2 ,
end of the bUliding, o'clock p. \1. not that the .
LuricJ nll'c.The' MIrage in the Post Offiic
tbtta..t Jve been The l fire l.as been masured and! amounted to that sum. He is REMAINING atTallahas-
are said to a ttr tendjng columns did we rejoite to learn further informed that PORT OF thirty first da r of December
perMflS of rhe ) changc, not cross Coent.es'. Slip nor we are intimately acquainted ST. MARKS.
dome I advanceany farther 1835 which if not) .
Iendid height for half an south wan' -- out before ho 30th day of
jinhllense IVarl every of the -
au upon street. part coast from -4
of tbme to io a body ot fire, fell w.lh JtrV F'Iori.aand Tortugas to Cape ARRIYKU, March 1836, wilt be sent to the Gel eral Post Office

b"ur, lliVh' reduced t..e. elegant .latuc of that the banks arc with gratifietlthat: we are enabled to state have crossed the Reef at five diffVmu ,. Dec 25ih Schr. Waahingto:!, Jones from Nv Or- &3 dead Letter9. :
tarjrirtff leans.
one accord
are acim" in this cmerjrtncy points. We allow that Kt'yY est ) is rasonV Adams R
!light C
a good one Allen 5 Jlamucl: J
7 Andcr.
11arnil1 in the rums. reached Hanoj j upon a s:ilcof the most extended liberality. for vessels entering that but'is Brig Robert Bruce from St. Joseph's with tish Iaborers. son.Rev Thomas Alexander ,
: time the fire on Pearl trcct J IT,>, day the officers. 'ia\c "1. ltcn the port, ofno use to vessels Thoiras J. Andrew
At tbt ground was tilled with j jpiKd in tU 1 responsibility bound coast-wise. Is the editor 1 Henry C -\shton_ John E Allen. *
I of afraid that the ,
the 18r1e pace necessary cases, "doin Brig Williamson
: It as they would be done Liverpool mdrto B
wr Fqnu't' (ullu l) toircthtT, and much \} by." A merlin.of the bank prosperity of Key West! would be TlL Bet- RiyJon Brown, Benjamin IBn wn, Jason Brin-
( S pruml Iur.clPcctcdlJ : directors is to be held injured by additional ,
g valuable Kind. So 10f6b1 I toil.Scbr. rrignnole 2 Fltza A Bruce
piece ; Martha
of the ino> to-morrow ,
tar farther
"IS lights at the .
;lrcpcrt) did the lames extend on I consultation I places indicated 1 Would Othel- Trcmont, Ulmer from N. York with t)0 bbls J B Bussv, Cornelius Bcazly. m i. Bloiham John
anJ raridl POSTCR1PT -vi'rlf P. Hi. lu's occupation in that case be 1 Lime to R. Lyon. T ,
o1 the qUirt, t'hat an u:1mcre-ful attempt The FIRE IS STILL PUOGVlESSING gone 'I Barney, John M Baker, Stephen Uoon, Jacob But.
both ijt 11mI'll o1' it \as 'J -tflln 'dIn TOWARDS CLEARED, ler, TM Bradford, John Blocker, jtlosea 2
THE Dec. Bryan
r3* InaJc to rerawv--and thc* inMduc., tiJ.r il.mmh deposited at a Wall stiect. BA1TERY It had NOT crossed TALLAHASSE, FLO. JOCKY CLUB RACES. with 259 26th bales Sloop of Charles, Spencer for N. Jrleans George D. Blackie Philip Blount, Mi ry Jane Barlow;,

the trcct,.1to.tance 111 t ties a..ti o.ll ,, ,, ?' i( The Uacesover course ihis commenced Tuesday 27th cotton. Edward llowcr, l.llwOQu l3mrdsall, James Bryan Jr.,

".1111 erra'cr aierW81I 1 't'IIJIH'J. Hr. ):u Iallh w' ChtH'h I K- --- --- tue 13th Dec. 1835. But from the impression 3 >a hales Brig cuiton.Somerset, Lewis for Charlcstc. trith J B Bilhinslcy Dr Edward llrndfortI. .

.borl1J' Iliade :1 Jep'I.ilry lur roods in tl.c: early t I FLORIDIllN which generally prevailed, that they would be post- C-M4Cnas Coab, \Vm H Cnru r, EI' ah B Clark )
had oftlc firc, WH':I 'orca' t'f IUI-C .ItilVlV COI1r : poned, on account of the hostile attitude of the cmi- APALACHICOLA. Benj F Colcmao, Henry Casey, El zabcth Cannon,

;art will': the IJuIt.hn: ;, clnll' nllhlw: !but tic I nole Indians, which had called etf a considerable Extensive Sale Win A Carr 2, MrCopenly, Jacob Carr, Harriet M

i tmcd .l .il21. SJrnillS portion of our citizens into East Florida, there were of Town LOB in Crowell, Wm \V Croom, Mrs l\.etur ill M Christman .

.1 bare Wh w3lb.II;. Exchangethe puWic 1 :has sustained a Us; 1 11D SATURDAY JAN. 2. comparatively but few to witness the sport. The Appalachicola. Benj F Chappell, F F Clark. y .

ilW! t r cgieucd.Vc \ I llact-s, at Columbus, Georgia which had HE l D-Miss Ann Davidson, Hampton J Doycl4: Geo.
: g-rt'liIy been whole
dc tmc.UOlU. .' h. ,,. ....._._ I --- -- ..... .' _,_ tract of Land called Forbes' Pjrchase
: ncl\'l'rliol'lll... .. _. E
.vI" -I L. tin,. -- .. I L L' .. ______ .. ... : Dennis Robert Dickason William
: I In ill" 5'"t'JC: : (IL ii.X.' LI- j x"i >-I uou "J -- -- .u. vu: UUI! lIe \"ct UC1UIC, had alI ----- -,..--.-,--."... .I. mI.r Doyle, Louis W
rc 'cr SE.MINULE I so : v uuuu. JL H 1-.La \ t* IIJ JJ |J|\EJ\_* Dubois.
oi onr m.-ichnnt*' during; thepicent WAR I tendency, not only to lessen the number of our THOUSAND ACRES situated in Gcorg D.tvay nc, Edward Dickson, James ;
": t f.'c.'nl'e t :ecen'reoi ihc lu'tir.da of lhat liuKling.yii : An espies arrival from the Indian Nation on Thurs- spectators, but to take off some fine horses that had together w-th; the Town, of APPALACHJCOLA Middle Florida, M Davis Francis Dawkins Mrs He:en Davidson.

III 'J ...a n for ., is :nfimintht. !'av.but: brought I been relied on from Tennessee Alabama Benjamin Edwards, Francis Eppc; Mrs. An .
; : Iud wa dc>:?r.e to re 'e no intelligence importance. The In- j and Geor- and the adjacent Islands in the Mcict Mary
Gulphof having
: ;piciii'iiacd' fmn: if. pedcMal, and is dun.', en the display (:force in Alachua gia. But if. we could not boast of a full nel-l and I been vested in the subscribers Fanst, John M. Field, John Fraiiklir jr.
{ it Co., l.ad re- ntl rate sp ,rt, we were favored: as trus.ees.by : Thus. J. Green 4, Alfred M Gcthm I
rsVn < vih tLC nuns of the ill-fated! .iruciure was t 1e.1 I to their with delightful w ea- anti for all the use of nil the 2, Arthur
: Hron holds!
I ) ,.IvrI1.Th" within thi-ir: own limits. I (her, and a brilliant disdlay of ladies i.nd splendid Notice is proprietors. Gnnii" JMessrs Uusscl *t Gerald, Keian 4* Gilchrist,

cccd, 1(1 : 3tflon"t rf prop--Jty wasted and dcs- The frontier is in tIle enjoyment of tcmpjrary secu- equippages-and high minded honorable competi day of February hereby next given at, 10 that on Tuesday, the 23d Robert Gumbl', l' G Gnbben. Heicr Gotier,, Gre. ;.
1:1'rl o'clock in the
trnc'1.' lHot by the ftiHc..l.lllt m iic C'l fuidl, flt1n1and riy, tnt on the withdrawal of the .:.rces their former tors Mr. C. Robinson, of Alibama, had the (only the Directors of the Apalach.colu! Land fcrenoon, i nadd, Daniel Gdutt, Garnctt, \Viliia n GarrtL. ,

t dt' t1t"ttl0n tit 11e tJll C. i I' prllhtLl equal depredations he icwaredd, unless! the war stable of horses not belonging the Territory, and will expose to sale, atpublic auction in tin Company: Townof .. Geo. S Hawkins, 2, Mrs. Elizabeth Howard, An I

; 'cnure kl s it ()onll1u: : y 1ie. h.i i is lancitible! shall dc caned into their although he proved uusucreaslul: in the contests for Apalachicola, the Building Lots in tilt drew Howard, William M Hunter. Higgcnbolhain. I
: own This sj d tcwn
L..C Pmses
0 country. \ve jthe he has lost R H Harrison
l11! cuslly fl1r1llme-n: I1I1h 'ganv(3LhS nothing in the favorable! im agreeably to certified Edgar Huidekopcr, Isaac Hamilton,
to H'C the rH' lear.i: i-:, :li8 intcmi"ll of Gen. j plan thereof to be ahibited
C:1110 pression which lie has W
his left of Capt. D Harrison
soon his Samuel
,,iJ i: jiar1.'h: 1lj;$. 'hl IJnlslfls, &t. &c. as I character as a gen at the time of sale. Hays,M D R Harrison

tlrl.kt"/I 3nd JIt'3l'ot 111' like i wUlll1k.! iii ..bi:.h ;inch foice : .aillie Mjfiieicntly Mroug to warrant the at- I tleman, aud made many friends, who will be always I The terms of sale will be one fourth cash he resi: Robert Hanncss, Isaac L Hoin, EJwurd Houston
l.r\:1.i:Oih" : An' additional j-lad to meet him ugain onour turf and ; Mail Contractcr Harris '['hmos. L Ha.1 I L R Harbour2
jl'fcbmJiz'-o--l: k., o..llIIlS. 7 I. inn"1 tcinpt : battalion: of mounted Volunteers they hope due in three annual instalments with interst and ,

i its 1.:1 e crv species :.J i ucy hy J-ootJs) namjltrdnuler i : fn.m CJ .cN' lcn, Leon, & Jefferson Counties, under The more.first day's aupicious circumstances. I when the payments are made, and securities for, the John Fleming Islet.Holt, Polly Henderson
:ialt lnu nt-JlJ.xt.s! (.f ('u.J Icry racing commenced with the Sweepstakes I instalments[ t
loot ; pacaases one htu.died anti] fifty left given, according to the Deed cf Trust
strung, yesterday und-r for three olds Thos. Joinor
liii.l l.arJftaic Jjui:. t"I,ifl.J iiieir contentscatticd! year -three mile heats-sub- arid the articles association Benj. A Johnson, A cxandcr Johnson
-4 the co'umand of Major llsiyward. Ca s.cnpt.on S'JL'O( -forfeit; S10J a clear title it fee simple Dr G. W. Juson
tit ml1d--'l) Ji x4ii 1.VjLC JJI'uJC'l1-uHl in : !.nrt.1 Capt. well to which were five sUb- will be made. Lemon Jones.

t:1 111 .: dlTun ."r"- .ll'r:! 01. 'houvinds: of d-jl-ars I lyii I''I commands the company from Gad.-deu, and ( .o1. Augustus j-rioers-three paid forfeit. :New York, Dec. 15th, 1835. James Loiimore'J, Romeo Lewis, 3 Thos.K Leonard

. ,ii-: v.tcd around, in the fun of utmcd lucrehanCariasn I Alston the tine from Leon. Tlie (deachiicntj : Col. J. J. Pittman, of Wtst Florida, named LOUIS l\IeLA E. ) Michael Len is, J 4- B Longna lie, J Casta,Craven -

S. i composed moitly: of b c American Citizen, Ly Marion, dam CHAS. AUG'rf DAVIS Trustees. Lucket, James S Linn, or cicrl' S C.
t JZ I young men.-They are wHlmoanicd >
and pcrtrs: were hcnpin: ? ROO.-JS upon and made fine by Harrood, weight Sti Ibs. ] l JOSEPH M. WHITE.The ) Berry Miller, James Mathews, .A nna Mills, John .

ba.T-j-.vs in I cojclcs aud oi.ui.l-us:; site U.n j a appearance. ll\1r. C. Robinson, Alabama, b named of the Maloney, 1'cttr McDonald D M' >ely, Eliza A..C-
flTI, We ,!. it ._ __ __ Apalachicolala Lund Comtiny -
studied with I Ioi cm our dmy! tt coj rrrt an t-rror which has .:. r .111':1. hv DL.'a ,1 L Cormick. '
f1y c-lli,lingGivch arc hiddy ; j pi"'S" --- j -v-- ** *, --J \#nIVLIH uy rclerrmg to the above advertisement, offer at -
j jjuoii*, ?>-'::ie ii. :liu-ics; lII.b.'l"JUS: ab tiu-y] were : !l-Cfii widely! ciicalated! rejecting the force under (Galla'-n, weight 83 Ibs. 2 2 sale, in such quantities as may be wanted, private the Miles Nash. 2 Grace Norrman, Mj.lchom Nichclson

siaxlicd: i.,-ia li.o .shelve.-.: n.u.e.- ii I l.sed; b.tyoiiVjunolnig t the command of Geneiat ClmJi. It cr.ly: amounts I Time, first heat, 6 m 15J; s. Second heat, G m 12 s. tract of Land J known as "Forbes l'urchase," lying U Putnam, 2 Hannah Ponder, HClry l'cnneyLou.

nuiT-:;: Jl-.in: k-r p-oo.iiun an-unt) 10 nvo hundrtd and e'-ghly! men lank and file, and at American Citizen' is a dark brown bay, of the richest between the Rivers Apilachicola and St. Marks, and is P'llerine, 2 Joseph Pel.wuiiii, Tl om.\: P Puithaae I

uiarau-'cis au.l all ( yes fixed i'n! lie vo3un. >< of the : color, and lh* finest coa*-with black main, tad extending within six miles ot Tallahasace. In this I'iiOinas Penney, 3 Njlh.ui Pouel I, .in-rian Powet, 2 J
ijcwc blac-: sm.kt'lIi! Iir.? wny 'bclm e il 1.UM i !- i j jJ'SBJCS commenrcncnt oi diiii- ultiewa.s, much l snial- I and legs, awl of nncbize. He was pronounced by tract is to be found some of the finest coitua and sugar Jtrenuuli Po\el- j t

: darting' ai IIJ uianii;: lI'ul.1! tliC ii-oj's bd wuicos :1 i !er. He nl'1'f.'alO; by: a letter from Gen. Call, to trood judges before he made this trial race, to be a lands in the Southern also tracts of the Robison Regan, G Jonathan Iob.OM: Cotton B J2aa!' r!
: > vfiolt: Miect.: -waiJ' nm.Llill'.u. the ground 1. have: acted wi.h prudence and diacjetiuii! and to have perfect model of a racehorse. When he wai brought finest pine lands, and extensive tracts; of live oak but i Iloswcll Rt-s1mss, Richard i Ri-jin.: Young Khodf:>,
jm1 the: fnc'iieu woin o-u v.ih; their: < icitu iis, lIJ tucll! for nic -afety of the frontier that his means to the stand, and Gripped, there was a general burst ; as purchasers will examine for themselves, a p ul'u- .: Randall.W B Riveo, sauuelRobi3jnwJ P Jan 1Timothy T 11

-trii-'oui'gcillroni [t.'II'r cJlorts, vaihiy unf(I admiration trom mite by standers I description is The title .
Je I wi.3tiiu the unnecessary. to purchasers
har-xaiding t'e.stiucujn of the
'.in":; io ir.n1! i'iad av'iins.. :1.} e 'lauio-: ', .xiiK'ii fcCtJiiiL-d t J Jtu Mary Lucas is abo a (hark blood bay, slight of will be the same as for the town lots of Apalachi SaiiivJers: II V Sp.el,3! Eijai; W Sweet, .
!\ le'Ano 1 p miller lii;* comma .d.Ve learn that} form II Soiisiruu'ii :cih C Stevens .
& Jan
two apparently ,
n: "vk all! i.uiin; s.; il. and! ptnvei i active & :timid as fawn. She cola. tJcruggs Junes

AHut' '!;;:. tlicjdiu; ties 'ajvtu-n. we are 1 h-r'V: 111 I I Ir.n hiir.di\tl IIr tIC! leuular aic acting with the volun- vas thought by some of the knownmg ones to he in The town of Appalacicola is situated rt the mouthof L Smith, D.IVK! Shellcr, 2 Miles bj tar: :

,u n, e tat tie 5iJJfll ? have ]WIu sai..e: i J' any trcr?, snd as sunn .. I the tiorp j-haK hcionceiitrated 1 the Lest older f lIr thiee mile heals ; whilst the condition the river of the same name on George's Sound C;!I. AVm 'i'Miey! Joshua Taj [hoc, Alexander Tcnt, oJ

lu'.tall'JtlJ.: A -.Jts :J..1.y oHhesi vtic 1vi'.; at in 111\ nai l lull, the t! my 'c ill act ( i ihe cfilii>ive. of thf cot: was i-oiiaidcrul too high ; he ws neverthcle in the Gulch .Mexico. It is the eupou of the Hit ,- 1)Janus k Tuclver, John Tt>iiki jlls, \V illiani Tillcry! :

!.hl'b- iIf..,' (..:tJ ".I1j r.Y''hHf : h.I-' c :t.t1- -.il''o' j >i> dcoidedlv the favurite. and odds were offered I t vcrs Chat ilinirlip.f, Flint., Chit,,'mta.. An.il, urliirfinnrt. .!.. J Thursley; U 1 korniun. 'I'yx Collector. J
; ;J t, nnJ :!ll1ne .inc ue :aii: our ilJl>. ir.at: I'm* uiiol'Wowi I. -- on him,-h- hail the track, and at the tap of the their tributary streams, -and-- is- -connected-- -- -with-- -the- S \VaObcr, Nathan William, Isaac Walker, 4

i Lave: it-en tt.': '. rl': 'U.1 Tiir water "...'"i "U j* i iJ. I Tan VI.TJ. Ltv.Thi o\vcr of the Governor I drum, went oil'well, but the filly at the moment the flourishing towns of Columbus and Irwintnn, and Messrs ElIi\Vynck & Co. \JiiervaVcaihers, A Wat- *1
j son. Warren '
J.r. :aJ: f.y 'Oiiol; 4..1, jtr: f ..-r.i-lj.-e, ge; a.u.; tap was given, suddenly dashed across the track to with large dibtr.cts ofrich aiid fcnil-j Thorn is U ii'irins, Drewrv
to or,' l' out : .e Militia fur t.o! di-fin. ,if the mime inside rails with plantations in Williams, hatcVi lstoa. JmiesVhb.. John Av'
her head and neck
7::' : nr' I'uk-a at: Mas :i Ji.e, but it \\..iyr u vx- country doubled Georgia Alabama and Florida The .
of -
U:.: l I'-to'l. a'.u1 :ill, ccccj t < n.: Ii!'. brT 'ii l\-cijo.- J,\'iti ;:: l'C'IJ'iy btii q .c:!ioned by the Editor of the back, from ihc .startingpost, in a position which made j from this port have, been legularly, exports increasing coltnn for Walker, J \Ye.HcutL\l, G Wyk ill, il Withers. ;'

.NIJI! i.'iiaiiyrut! into the t>i esinlacre: u.ey' arc no 1 Gaz,-'!", we fed l it our duty to 'ct the public iiylit; in it so evident! she could not gel oil'm time, as to pro the last three years, and it is supposed w ill this Davit Yuun:. .:.
.Let duce a general exclamation Jrorn the stand and the Refused Letters. .
at : r.
thv inatwr. In duiog so. tJu 2h! we have had the adVAiHagfoihciVin exceed oii,000 bales. !

JurJi cn"c ff great pull:: .nrir-diraJ-.a: calaraiiieoj i I/ ] {reada! : !htiKlavwe! confers diflij crowd, come back, come b.1ck-no start." And the Twelve to fifteen steamboats already find constantcnoynlcnt R C Allen: C A Alston, WiHLs Alston, :',
; .1.:.J'IIj": ; '.,.'. occa.>j,"::ngl 1<..... uf }pr..jtiv.: the titt I|I . a I next moment Col. Pitiman's grooms were seen lap- on its waters, and few countries haIi- J J Birge, James A Braden.Jclm t
:I oeti.-e in expr>iiijr an Op..WII] ) oppoitl 10 that I of a idly crossing the ciicle to the colt: and
iij! ;>n ->i' :;<, rn i taH n->ir .s, .rt.' (If H)-Ir.c r.i jat y I i stop bring him nt-r prospects advancement in agricUlture and commerce A, Craig, Elizabeth Chapr1l. \ i:
ri-7'; d. ,, 1:1\. .n r < y j.nJl-; > iun. Yet e.xpeiienve sliov.'s! that baek, which was done b fore he passed the firsrt Fioridian.
: r.itoJ. AuJ i'eluc; n-jic't: liii-* ..:js: lias'y and i i1 i quarter than those bordering on the rivers above nen- .

vyIy juijii-jitv: al'''un1, xie Jake l kve: l.' ('au::-n ti:2 i: j j jI'll1 .:I the -'renu -t jtel.ecs: ; innyso-ne LIlies ci r.. r.srfur bro- I t J plls-": when he was brought' bark, a gentleman tiuned. Thomas Hayward, ,

j'cai'ioailJ'jj-in-t! ivj'ijctctle! re l" jits jepoii i iT'.c Ih.r editor willaiizLowlcdghile the \\x-akia tpovv- j I said, Cu!. il you had permitted your roll to go on I Apalachicola has been settled but a few years, and J S Linn, C S'C Grge Lanman. i

calaiiu: L i .de.d! u icrulile! tu-e.) 'iti i ihc J.i .. i1'> of .':.*jun :nay, by cliauec, discern the 11 uth.- I I'I ;yon'OIlld could'' have claimed the Pur" >f.n I presume I. those who have hitherto resided there, having II t interest Samiul Parkbill, J B Peachy.Nathan : ;,

v.ii b; i.nij..se. l>ul s ill:J we lr wair -..It... .n ifj' ;i was the prompt reply, but I desire a fair II i| in the soil, hare paid no attention to its iaiprovements J S S.ieptiard..i 1 t
j TljiN- on'idcraiioi c nib dens! us to t'.at in trial and unless 1 win the Purse tail I do
:av. onr ly VicKers. ,
kit Jh,-t tic! b.ri1ei: v*ill piinripal y. I'aU .0 udt n I not want {[ further than suited their individual cou- .:

lar.uer!: 11.:.: it wli !v lui Wit .-\till hiiakhi; !!' the'jvewc-f t..c 1iIh] auihoiity c.f the Go\crncr to I it. This incident is mentioned tJshow. the character venicnce. Sales of about thirty lots have already William V/yatt. 21fi( letters: -

ne it fi ue, ,_.! y, or iLorK ;
< ui'.:dvral.ie I 1 Ini;l'- '.i l.u -1..1. '' :niii.i.ml all L.t .dj. well together, the colt taking the lead, and the, fil- ..
(I tu: the l.rc Inj! fire the said lots without and
and proofbmlJlDgs on delay
j .i.'l.vput.ib: 'I 1 hat our readers judge forth l ly lying ct'se! to him for the "two ,
may first )
:;..a.ct'! I t'II.'l':1. *> ti' ui* iPt i >v.ate will! jjbe j I up miles, when t other measures will be immediately adopted to make I -DIl. : rr.E\l"\R.flm ;

zJ.Lt.cI1! _t"ll* (_*4M_%. (_II__ 1_ '.-,' i"_..dhl'... cf. JI".j...1rtilj.,.".i....._ !1 I < ur.ch'e I we nuh i"}h the I AjlLiwinir rsrtrnfis! from I the space be'ran sraduallv to widen between them. _._.I u _ __. __:. ; removed :
: n- : Lnvx of: lh.J. ; ; fIj j : and the colt: came out, taking the heat withrft I I illUI penllanen iiiipruvciucuia tia WII., jiu u-juuu his office to the wcat end of Maj. Wyatts Brick ;
new t
\ t ;:
a.1: itiiers!' pCi.iaj'S: j. I -a re t.;!::..41 U.t.-tiU* Ii.*cLi.c :e By the l first section ) } law, in make u as healthy a place of residence as is to be '
ca,(. 1 heecond l.eat was brush for building1 adjoining the New rust Cliire. .1t
a the first ,
\\ uiheis may 'in. ia:he: ru'ie' 1m1"ZI'J <'. I I lijjienJ i ii.L : war, instirrc.-tien, or irvolt, all able: bodied j i mile I met with in south of 'irgtai3.t.Gcorgcs .
.u.'Jl ., '. f i and 'n>ne mIni .10 b-but it would: not do, the colt any city Dr. :. particularly requests that those who: are in- t.
i.t( C ; ,
tj; 0 ill
} t.1 tl.S jS ir* ",!, 4.tr !.c of J ..vliiUitjhiiijjt'tiits between : Sound is and has
; j li.c age? of eighteen: and' j il.n'yfive < t hieing ktpt ahead and won the heat capacious, secure anchorage j debied toiiim for medical Cervices for IsUl and 35
l\.I. : V \; ;.j .ll'C (1:1 :J. : l 4 ".:" :'. .'_; a..1' ,..t h. ; I company as !!' in blue clay bottom, and is defended on all I .El-
.y 1 ; s-u h a ) 'befulc.I will make inured tate lIt- hose .
t'-.: ,; ."' ; .:-k j except Ire eX"1J1'111) the laws of i ij j'lht (1aym having accounts -
1 :> "" a. \\.l u- r.II\.U.\t..1. ): ab:c :t. A i sides trom the sea. t.has two entrances-one by I'
K'iM lIt' .ttjL l V ? U:'tl'd 5tae; < areliab'e' do SECOND DAY. against him will present liio. i lb.-thv.-ih.
I fr r .i jiJcuil c.t Jc: .a-rs 1,1 r<.atU.i.i! A Po--t Jan. 1st IrioG. 21 4w
free for all
Sweepstakes horses
m M..:c:, lia'.ocs u..iah-u ti'u: i'S, at i Vjni m'iciy g -ttkm".!! can pias> desolation! of our Irontier | 4. mile I I 1C I feet over the bar at low water; the oilier by the
j hea
1:0I1: .f J.I.ilfo.. :,. :;I' ;i( ..1.1'.';. (::111:1:11; ; .!n; twenty 2Di5! on its v.-h:le extent, I by u relent- ';I: one paid s-OO foiieit.Col. subscription. forfeit $IOOsubscribers, West Pas," having 1'21 to 13 feet atly.v water, admitting AN ORDNIANCEFurtter [
: -l-i) & I.IIII..I.! i:1 uVc'vd' ..
-ib y HI ::tll""S < .* ''wirr! I lo'-s an.i savage fo*. uruVr eith r cf the above terms, t I J. J. Putinan's g h (Judge Robinson's) vessels uf35U tons burihcr without.any difficulty. -
.t'\Jut l..1I1J1lIi.s. 1'Jf'c,( ""ll.lttl:1 j i-, I:1": flt'itt I i Vessels drawing 8 feel water usually l load *,at to suppress disorderly cond ict and breach cf ;
'war, it.::uneeU"ti) or levo't.:': American, by Mr Archie, dam. by Pala-
JI u:1dv.i m the of Ti-llahasscc.
; l2.1V4 h. City
I s't.r.s 351) peace tSM.
(.c.: ii.ii--t: intj the wharves, those of J 2j feet or tons burthen, <
sari ,._ !(\. i.jjii! d ics iiv-t* nv.ia .- j Se-. ')1. .!?cJaiothat, Iia sudden! invasion or J fux, f years old, weight 110 Ibs. 1 1 baits of within 3 niles! of the
; 1100 .
; ni/: : < .a .1..t! Mr.l C. Kobinson'sgtn Pabaefo! : Bob canyiig cotton, 1. Be it ordairu-d by the In Cln, ant antI Common
i W' .1..1:" I..ifh-i'.i '..- J iiistjii: ci! n .s .a I 11.i..c place, or I be t i-i .ds or t ..reat- by take in .
uj.n :; : n ji Roy by years old
-i u "-:. t .. 1.... .. ., cried "' :.iiiv'p.i ::o.i ol 1.u.n.i "iVr.itory, I II I.' CullllTt.tll- ,
.llItl'l11 c lu 4<; : :. .ur. f: Ly :J.i" .". weight 97 II"- L2 i within sixteen miles, in scuru anchoa-age in the be lawful far the city Marshal or Patrols who arc Ic'i
t'.t& : IIJ ..: tt :.I'.t It. '.I .. : Ii diu; uiu rot 'II111111:1 i or at.v ;>':':In .hereof I
Utll"; i.' ;.n. : 1. :'.l' .u1 gally appointed: when breack of the
Tune first hca 8 TO any
Second ALetters or
m s. 8 :::5 peace
flRti ;:J :i fja I MIli I !b and j is : autlir! m s. :
,' "r. : r.n-t1.It 43c (';1.1 t J1k'-t..n ; ..f ; ii :"i; lot'tl. amid th'r.' : l'l.. orJer; ue in-ieliy In tinStaices'.If! ihist'ay Col Pitliiun :intended i to i on the subject ofthc alxwe laid? to be ad- uihtf onleriy comlujl shall take placo iu the city tI

", II II i 'i vi ;'-.U ii-i! iSrt..K .i.uti! ilwiu! : .'j4j-:> on ,i iijoji-c' 1'1 out 1ft111 la undeiI 1 have entered FrmncisIa ion bu: receivedan i: d rsed to i''i uias .v Ualtzcll POUT iMnchel, John I i ot Tallahassee! 1-1 his or their prcaciica, forthwith to
I"" i. \\.It ':\11. Uott.: ;: tbq iUHt I ni: > i-ii'iiMi.-! :.11! I tu repel .ir '11)1'(.s ; he >.t .e, and! 1! 1 II (, rim.djcmn A. Putiiam the Unices take SUCh
1":1 : all'e" '11, inju.y 0. the I I. a Kick a few d's bt-io-e or Ieiija niim at oiihc disurucily person or persons into custody i
I'-I'.1 I ,
,I ,
.I." ,!, i 1 iJiii* ordeieJ. JI1IOt"r'lc ;, sh.iil be subect -
t: \ 'i-t< th l-i.icrs; irujp- Land 'fa.lal.asste
; : i-f llhvu and it"
jh ru.il c t tit : '. luJed unsalc to Ajuilaciiicula Coaipuiy at or \ [ a \varrjnt necessary, to summon the
it. /atuin lun nun -(indeed Col. !
"i ii 2 4 'C :... -.1'uiu ffrid l.ar op tniicr tlC l"s a"d arHes: of iI i:,,. P. i fearful: th t he wi.l. no' be able ,to bring him on I A pt".U hICIII.t, or in the city of i.\ew y.lIi, to Benjamin l bystanders jn n-si;tlum or them, to tae! such personopCiw.i.iKfL f t.t
\1 i !
\ \I. \ ,. \\ : .;'ii. pIC-1 1',1'i t tg iveuiinont 0): the United *
u < ; o it I \.4llle;:I i m tha ,
> t. ijt, i !:jt lh re I| .I II i the turf an this season j and American was enter- Woolsey Rogers. re Intendant to le dealt with ac-
\\ .. j oiiie*. .""- and! the SJ'H j :;i ier sh.ill firtnwitht4r '
.I:1;: :I.a; .J.s cf :t.uJ'JW'.I'p,1: : t., lIe I ; I cJ in his pla 'e. This was a well contested and in- I Litlm"grt'phlc taps Apalachicola, &nd its vicinity t.urdi'l! t"II\\. .
I.j'.-..! ii.l-i-I i : :I!t pi'itihe "iin-' to 'lu- utiiJiidin' oiH i'f'r, and to I Seer-.
be the
p.'rttaditiJ'ii.it :*l rtwrin-: tit.jT4pcrty. .- u j t icie.-,:tmg race throughout-anW the issue doubtful to may seen at lollowing places :- J\ldb it further ordain' h.the authority

I .-,. .... ] I ..,':Fkl :.;:.." a..crl'\.IS. lilc- ii.e! E\ccune! by expicss. i iI c J the last ;; they alternately passed each other and were I In :\tukattlme oluce'of the Trustees, or of the rcsaidlhti. : .a'.y: ()ordinance law )the Corporation tl-:;

\.M', ,.1..1 r. o ..11'1,'s ail ;,.rc'j ti'er st.,'... '1: :.h..S t.JI1 Section 1 17th, confers the following additional -onlltimes locked for half mile at a time-thc first Hon. J, M. White, at \V hinj-ton, D. C.In of the city t.f" l ;,.,[.lh.1SSCC, c'.nillictii g with this ordinance t

( t.:, Cj::;: <: ) c. 4; .
;- 'f' i..Ji UK {-:,(1H 0: !.:... V.ikv.i' di-Mii-Ui-.4.! j H the t'.vo last inil. the! horse showed strong dispo>ition i- nochan. 3. And be it further oniaii.c 1 by the authority .'
'fl.I I I.- .', ..i j, *..M VC.ly i to IjcScii: m:*J d< j.i-ne.1.I.jil! ,| Sccl. 17. Ue it further enacted, That it shall be J : to become restill'thc! first turn from the judge Mivftnnah, Geo. John Williamson. afort:aiil, That this ordinance shal be considered in j

In. :.HIM ..J v.iJiiv", \ JiliC u.plil.i.; >, *..4jiwc 1.4.4'H4ty llJS i j: hwJul: for the Governor ;o 1.lllll.efililia into pubi stand, blOt by the superior manag-ment of his ider Columbus, Gco. J. DllJin h.1m 4- Cu. fl.rcafter the fhissagc of the same.

li,'..i 1.1b'C lit t;.,. .;:. j I I *' (service, '..-; .:>\.cr he m..) deem it r'qnbite for I I I I, l he was pcis'unded to keep on ; and took IHKU }heats Tallahassee, Flo. Thomas Ualtzell.Apalachicola Passed m Council and approved by the IntcndiUit

Wt i..1\'! '.7r.tci: ll.us fir, V. il".l1 a .ll! ii-f: ,nnl l i II dJ ..1u lic' :1fcy.: by very ht.Ie.;! Hiram Nourse. this 15th I day ol December, 18 S5V1LL _

C .:.C.IK.I c.ui! \.. jjtj:.. ; :.(j'Vjy.! rarnb.i-! : nu-i i i I THIRD PAT. New Orleans. \ !AM. I11LLIARD,
I Under ( i'.berof:} the above sections the GCI'ernorIl.H
1-,. :-i;( ". I It. on'::--n'!id'nv-. .ie..ry: v. i;!:1 our (i'-fl. JlIckClub Purse of ;.))-2 mile heats. Mobile, James Inncrarity. Attest intendanf

'Ltl: -.Li.1 >ae: ilcbn.i-ii; ; :. > ',: io. 7'.1. It I n. rifjiit: and is b'-uid to at.t:1S in his opinion the Col. J. J. Pistman's eh m Mary Doublrday Fensacola, John I minerti ity. CI1.lriesustin.,

, V.Ct' 'lii1t.; ,' t:. '.. a:: ,,; 'J i 1..1'..: jj j wid i\' ii: r.JtU1 .i pu '!lisitfct}' may require, and on the present occa- I by John Henry, dau by Dungannon 'rhe following: Papers will publish the above dailyfor [19-5wl| Clcik Comrion Council.

' 1.\\:.1..".u. t1.:/ "., ..1.II..s:.1. .._.j.1. LL1'0-:1 ,l"lll'sAu.l i I(;I ion, he has acted with a proinp nes and judgementj 1 I years old, 17 Ibs. 1 1 j i one week, and thereafter onre a week until the SALE.

I *c I -u.Uv; the: -.alac: r-r :eicWitlise! ii i-ach buiidii.g j has secured the approbation of nine-tenths olj Mr. Willis Alston's b h Andrew Jackson, I| I;lh February, and send their bills to the ufnce of the TAX COKLKCTOIl'3

at t\* .!ty t :'. ".:\.d diiiais (k'tI'OYllI, it will give t : j our ciliz l1,. \Ve have been induced to make the j by Timoleon, lam by Whip, 1-Jllbs. 2 2' ]Duly Advertiser for payment. I SHALL csposc at sale on the first Monday in

i-U'iiich.--! !ii ii.iii.-iibn..i'; uin -ii l:' Kit fouiiccn I Andrew; Jackson was entirely out training, and Button Courier, Philadelphia Gazette May next, at the Court Ilous j door, in the town

mI.I.IHS> a..J a h 1r.nJ: \h... li it M.IV t -uar 111 it !i; fooillg.cmarb; c-i.icily with a view to prevent any I had hem taken up only a *\.ek or two before the races Baltimore American, Charleston Courier, ol"Quincy, Fart of lhat valuable Tr teL of Land, know

llle LLi1iatc ot, lie: vs.luj of .l.e ne.xu.J.te'! ; | uf carJi i om1, through jjj.iorance of the' law, from being in- :: and was in no condition to run. Savannah Georgian, New Orleans Bee, as Forbes' Pnrchase," lying on .he waters of the

Hurt is luw jet i: i' bthevcd 11llhl)11'! saved i j Vdived: ia; unpleasant diiudilties, by throwing himself FOCUTH DAT. Cincinnati Gazctce, Nashville Ba'mner. I Rocky Comfort, Cane and Sweet ".Valer Creeks, and

'nlln.lurc' lc:; ::111.0UI :.> l--! ;.\Cric. j.eitv\V4-ihirds: j I j on his lescivcd rights} or rather by adapting this novel Jorkv Club Purse of$;>00-3 mile hes-s. Tallahassee Dec. 30th _21 td_ between the Apalachicola and Li.llc Rivers ; or as
lrllll Col. J. Pit'inan's American Citizen 3 much of it with the improvements, us will be sufficient
l'I'l'I.c.t' i. is hlic'c.j: ,
) ": IS it.l1rt.C:1Y! tUl: tpecics of nnlii catiol1. Thc Governor has full Public Notices
il.u.is: A.d if the iW years old, Sd. lbs. 1 1 to satisfy the C-mnty Taxes due tl ereon for the year
anruera-c tlure, their cj'U'iiiiith 1.lr. jlc': coaip.ii/u-s c.le.ad' I authority! to order out on public duty, every man on :Mr. Willis A ton's g g Peter Davis, by r;hOSE who are interested in the settlement ofJL eighteen hundred and tl.irtyfivempaid, with costs

; ar.j scci IIII.d'cJ11,1 l'm uils tll"u tu e'eUiimiaons 1al- : the jmMcr-roll, or any portion (,1' them ; and in case Escape, dam by Director, 6 years old ot the estate of Cant. E. White, deceased, late and charges; being returned by thu' Assessor fer said;

:iJ.r wtJ 1J I'.ille: wh\.k Ii'' 1ut; iVty.: ; j jtluti. j (If reliance, wpuiu be bound to enforce strictly thc 115 Ib:. 2 2 of Jefferson county, are informed that shall qualify County as unlisted ; and the prop rty of Colin Mitchell

ttiJl! jc iVmml; th.\l11l nl'lll'cIt'ld L ; amclca of Thomas Brown's (Co) Humhries) b f Dio- as Executor as soon as soon as I get to Floridf ; and Peter'M itchcH, John Carnachai, Thomas Vcrmil-
of war a.ai1s' delinquent.
tR4iinuoiiits! <-oveied liiv-n y I I.aJ'l1t I L j I' every meda, by Gohanua! dam Lady Sterling, that every thing conneccted with his debts or con- yie, David D. Ogden, D. R. Og i3ii, Mary Jarvus,
J .ttocct, hue fiken by \\in\K\ otl.tr!I of our With regard to our own forlorn and defenceless 3 years old, 83 Ibs. 3 dii. tracts, shall be attended to promptly, and without John 1', Barcen Andrew S? Garr Joseph M. White, '

1:415. I.i t! ) an. a-mmut I f.u-. c.\o. <:vdin-jtln-ir. rapEjit J cond.ii'Hi' we will only! remark, that we still have, Time, G, in -Ai s-G m 17 s. regard to the delays which the laws permit. In the and William Christie.
a.Ii' lat ttat I
<, and riil.vJtli prJ:) z, :; tM i'iraire. '';!.Ifl' t,1 I. eight hUll led men left in the county capable of bear- Diorncda, was in'ended to be cn'ered in the Colt's mean li-ne, all papers filed with \1aj. J. D. Edwards, Sale to take place within legal hours. Terms Cash.

t I'jiijiur yilj c une isi to hear a snull I in In thc ol Tallahassee alone one Stakes, but having been received too late to be got will be considered and attended to, as the exigency RO ERr FORBES,
jjii Oj t.t 1."". Tc iiljor.' l ; arms. City ,
matter although! nire in order she paid forfeit, and was entered for the ol the case may require.: JOSEPH M. WHITE. Tax Collector for 4 Jadsden County.
I (flpil.iulI. til I Le armed and !
\\ !ht-lp o.u* citlzu; fr' flic cJa.i: hundred .seventy-live men can
P'vutocojKct: ihis I Jockv Club 1 ursa, of three mile heats, against the named" as one of the Executors. Oct. 19th, 18 5. lltdROBERT
\ estimriti', or Jbrin o-iaiuiis for' mustered in minutes lIfter an alarm shall beiren.
: ,vmsclvcs. : twenty winner ofilmeColt'S Stakes, merely as a trial, and Jan.2dJS36. 214w

! A There are now no Indians this side of the having made a ; ood run in the first heat, she was
faggfsijon of LAND FOR SALE
Wy.iutloriues great S.nporMnci is nvi.lc: l by thc I Smvannce' except a few dozen on the ApalaehicoJa. suffered to start in the second heat, but flagging in

: It is tl.\t ..vry o-rupaut vfa house the second mile, was dropped out, without trying to The subcriber will sell his
of white
FkUirc, rrLBi'ding! cf ajy d.bai-tuii.t.| ilce: t-mnc iu.-a I There is-i decided majority persons overI her distance.

lures: to keep watch Jili n-ht.! Thc.'joiO: anJ engines, : I I,I all other descriptions: in the 1iddlc District, and in save FIFTH DAT. Planation, with the improvements, con-

Ire"ft uckss the' lireir.en, 1ro.I thc ice with which Uicy arc chiik--d I i i r Le-.n county the majority of the black population: Propiictor's Free Handicap Purse of 8300, for all ted taining on the one West thousand side of acres.the Micasukey It is situa. :

arc exhausted: and u4iri oit: ; :tII.J l I I j, over the while! does not exceed fifteen hundred souls. aires, best three in five.Col. m land. For
;. oak and terms
!lUi: : its 11 fire ilg 1.11Lrc.d.. out, JH-JC! \\\r.. \ : ;lie n-.i inner to !I Allowing! both rac's to be equally armed and t of eq'ual J. J. Pntman'sch f Mary Doubleday ammo on is n the rat premises rate to hickory S. ClllUSTOPIIEa.apply
progress j\-cry one' nn t tiicrefurc ;keen :I !W711)S 12211 J.
\ratcl1 for tIC; U4! (t3 s.f hs: tJWn prcriiists.: j:j courage, this trilling majority is more than counterbalanced Mr. Willis, AIston'.ig'g-Peter Davi!,971b 2 I 1 2 2Mr. Jan. 2d 1836. 21 4w _ HKLEY

.1.A ciuciu'ionsor. :.an.zcil:: bat it is all important:: *i by the unusual proportion of young men C. Robinson's b Mary Lucas, 83 Ibs 3 3 3 3 3 Choice Groceries. Auctioneer $- Commission .Merclz ant.

L ll.t.I ilus: \ I idi ,'i1u.cc be IJn"ltittill I I.I to be found in the white portion of our population. Time, I m 55 s.-1 m 51 s--1 m 58 s.-1m 58This sO .-. LANMAN, has just received from New SALE DAYS, Mondays k Saturdays.

rc:1 el to ih not a tiii'c! to suzgct. in"dc' r.f f\ "'s.ance (lr ; Bin ills-cad c.f beins physically or morally: equal, the I __ 1 ,j. GEn.: a choice selection of the following articles Tallahassee, October, 1835 11-tf

:' the hundreds whiarc ruined L-y %this tcrubU, white! race superior in every respect-besides, w uiyt bat something must be iloue. Thc govern : : I it will be seen that Peter Davis had ran three mile bottle Old Madeira Wine. Box Cider Champaign: NOTICE. -
then excite fears ,
mCut \ have all the arms. Is it not folly to per ,
of L ill doul'1 bee the! Prorr-ay find| < ccos:iy: heats thc day before, carrying 115 Ibs., and add tn No. 1 Mackerel, Codfish, Cheese, Gohcn Butter, fgjl IX WEEKS after dateI shal! apply to the HonO -
the Hack:
-.rhJ tskinj h. instasjt mC.l llrcs so l'dll'the merchants I. that would be ridiculous, were population I this thc fact that he had traveled[ upwards of tight Lard, RaIsins, Figs, Walnuts, Apples, <$-;; > orable the Judge of ihe Coin.ty Court of Jefferson

\ \e cuv.om h..uscI>oiuUarnviiiatii4itunty i ; !but ten times as numerous as the white: as the experience hundredjiniles! but a short time before the races, and Tallahassee 28th Dec. 1835. 21 if County for letters of adminis'' ration on the estate
""t .
; uc done for thc fire msuninrc companies} of everyVcst India colony will show that has had been only about two weeks in tratning.' In the: of Jeremiah Drew, late of said cot nty dccease.d
more thla '11!avo doulLlt6s 'lost all their capital, is been left so its ovn resources for projection and safe first heat he had a bad start, and lost lully forty ViRginia State Lottery. RACHEL DREW.
WC cail and out about a length behind-the second Dec.ZSth It-35.
cunjcclurcl'he cotisupicuccsl and when thatis yards came Class JVV 27, Drawn Monticcllo, Dec 16 1835. MO 6w
mUst, Le drea fl1l. Tile prosicrily of this city has t). Let us be prepared for any event, and third heats, he took, by tully a length each Tickets .510, shares in proportion. Sate to closeon

6uLjcctc.l to n dwelt so terrible accomplished, it is the duty of every one to dis hea .-the fourth heat his stait was slow, and lost by Monday next at 4 o'clock P. M- subscriber has opened. and offers for
Ourug'! the lli.ht.:11Jc needless excitement. fifth heat his start was WILSON.DENTISTRY. THE now
in the ,criptitir.scf earrings were countenance less than a length-the very Jan. 2d 1836. at his store in Tallahassee, a general.-
to inimuliatc. \iaciniy of iho fire, either waiting bad yet he came out up to the girths of Mary Doubleclay sortment of goods the oft hich will be refu-
In rtmo\'e ') ks'Jriv"n uwuy with wcrchandifcc, or Gov. EATON arrived last c'cnrngHe made a very and was gaining; under ihese circumstances: lated by the market. They will be sold on liberal

ucnddiicc upon tho:c who were watching tlie pro handsome addrrss to the Leon Volunteers, which the time in five successive heats will piove him a L DR. HARRISON has ''ust arrived ttod tenders both io and time )f payment. Merchants .
terms as price,
of the and bottom. ThisTrack i and
names. llbe Jac3JS
horse of no ordinary speed professional services gentlemen -
PearL was received by them and the spectators present, with in the interior can be supj lied with goods to
street, from Hanover Broad is also known to be ltil J feet over a mile, and L ofTallahassee and VICInIty. HIs rooms are
"as made square to street 'repeated cheers. He will immediately resume the beds of sand in it well calculated 2 1835 jtr finish their assortment on reso 1uble terms. The
to Jdh.
a depository ftr ds has some heavy at the City Hotel.
piece > val state the
tied go : piles, subscriber feels publicly, t: obligation
Perhaps: at Haifa millon'er. huint. Duties of his office. make our time slow, as all the other trials: of speed I NOTICE. he is under to the planters a id citizens of this

L1eOld 8lp, was also! filled| with| tVery Iopecics of v aluz upon this course will show.for this and lX weeks after date application will I tIe made .to community, for their liberal patronage, he hopes
which Thus end races season although -
property our
was destroyed. We have further advices respectingthe Gadstlen exertion to meet the wants of this
COTTON- no the Hon. the County Court ftr County that renewed
A field boast of have the >s7
Urge number of the I we had not a large to we gratification I
prop ihroa-h militia were ordered out to pi ice of this article in Europe. The market in: to know that ve had as much quiet and for letters Administration on tie estates of Elijak growing country, will find a reciprocal: disposition.
JJ J the
ascertain jrty how' ni"bt-we have not been New York "will be seriously affected by the late disastrous good order as ever was witnessed on anyrace course W. Sweat .ate 0 said County. JKO. TA.TUM.NOT. on the partouits citi ens. .
Or many, but understand that the I W !35. 6-tf Nov. 21 15\f OBOWSLMHUH.:
ra eaibrasc Mveral rCtu1enta. fire for some time. S THOS. BROWN, Scc'y & Prop'r. I



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JAMES JOHNSON BIRGE. -ft. HALSEY 1'J. ii.DRAPER. .BtJg44., subscrib.* has ju>i. teceut-d from 1'. York,? I.i T Inc iiexiApr I Term or JII Coum

). DRAPERAND TAILOR & TAILOR, TIlE genc.al aisortment, oj tilt.\" UOUDS:: among William undenigne deizaied. \of the C.
Black ui.d Blue ILUAV CLOTHS, CA=:>- Spr will his
TALLAHASSEE, FLA: I'J m lli1iXB8 which lire and net .lement with p t
EMERES, NEW and of a sui j.I rior quality.
(Next door Jfortk trJ F. Tovile,Jeweler, Monroe st.) FLOKIA *, ALSO to be discharged tel efrom. a ttte I

t I would repectfully inform his friends and the inform his friends and for- I READY MADE CLOTHING, WILLIAM SPEARS, &d
L .. I HE ''7OULD respectfully Marianna.OctnbeMANUFACTORY' 17, 1d35.
j .. public, that he has just returned from the North Y" mer customers, that he has: just returned from I Coarse and Fine HATS,- 11-tA 11

1 : witn a new and splendid assortment of GOODS in \ .,\cw York, with a new and splendid assortment of CAPS,.&c. I. 1TR1VXRE -
.- :; his line. Feeling grateful for the liberal share of patronage G'uOUS, which he is now opening ut ihe old and well Coarse and Fine BOOT i> and SHOES.A I

t. !! heretofore extended to him, he hopes by strict Mcjchanl JIHl Tailor 1 Known stand (..f R. B. &. J. B. BULL, (recently occupied su.plv, of BL: NKE t-S If Negm Clothing, subscriber would ir.form the dti

J attention, to merit a continuance of the same. /HI by the late H. A. Pierson, ,) and to which he invites Singluand Double GUNS RIFLES: tSc. I THE ard r the public encrallv T" o 1a

,. .. .1 large and general assortment of @lfi41..Det. those who wish to purchase cheap for C &h0: I The above arc offered low for Cash or approved I re-cornmcnccd the TINNING and SUEET,

< ,: :. 0&! S; >#$ consisting of tAt following: TALUIASSEE, *iV H FLORIDA.II call and examine his assortment, which consists in credit at my stole, in .Monroi: st. I business, and i is now ready to supply those. IR3

part, of the following, viz A.ROWE.WM wish 10 favor him, ciJiei ut whole 1bo **
" t Blue, black, mixed, green, bottle do, invisible Plumb and Blue Black, Brown Ollv: ,.. Green, Dahlia, Mulberry FRANCIS, A!!ent. make any article in hat hue at slcorreti !
drake neck do. London and Golden Brown, r
and victorine antI' Mixed 23UJigJiID3JlLSU13( Blnc NOTteB. now two experience workman, willat 1
Adalade concealed violet alhim
; mulberry, black Mixed, 4-Drab &&8&iE &S&& on hand a general aswnmeni
Drab and brown Petersham for over coats. *> tx months after date application will be made t-: to supply h
; purple. II .
Black Lavenccr, and Stce.-mued flOC'A'aAJ-A chains and whole sal i dealers
r .__) the Hon. the Judge of the County Couii..iJackson :, on reaJjonabk i'
-.. CASSIMERS. n'ncw and superb Article, never befoie offered in for Letters of Dismission in the h his Store, in Monroe st. nextdoor to Robert ? *

1 : Corded, diagnal, buckskin, checked and printed, of 1 I -'I arket. VESTL\"GS of every dscri ptioii. consist'iiujof Estate of County Andrew, G. Mays, decd.H. and opposite Martin and Hart's store c"Wfcr,

L tUe richest colors. Black and Blue Clolh superior} Bluclc Silk: Velvet I J. HOLMES, AJm'r.26m ADNA RO WE, Manufactu
: f GOAT'S HAIR CAMBLETS of various colors, 1 do. Quilted,
j.:: Fancy Figured splendid patterns An < Plain & Japan Tin
, !1 for Cloaks and Wrappers. Silk do., :Muiino, Valencia, UhallictMarseilles Slanta H WM. H. FRANCIS Win* -

. : i VESTINGS. nc'w style uf English Fancy Silk, do. 1\0; [ ICES Tallahassee Dec. 19th 1835 | e

i F Splendid English figured silk, figured silk Velvet, nEe T IONS FOR MEASURMENTThe ALSO, A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF IX wicks a "ter date 1 skill apply to the Ilonora- N 192/_
: cloth Velvet, figured and painted ChaJes, intended for Lie Judge Ct the County t..UlII't Jeffeison for Letters 01ICE.
tf.f : parties, plain and figured Marsailles, Brocade diall Height indispensable. READ Y-_ l.A.DE CLO'rIIING.Amung of Adiniiiisiiaiion on tIme e:)tuic ot John Ciown, LL persons are forewarned f
; Buff Casameres, SiockiJiett 1. Round the chest under coat. lateofsaid lj nuliinj trespass or waste upon the ro C
ings, figured Weltings, 4c. which are the following Articles, viz- deceased, county. Lands
I expressly for parties, checked, striped and plain 2. Do.Vaist.. Blue Black( Brown, Olive Given Dahlia, Violet, ALLKNBHOUN.\: improvement on the tract known a r I
stocks of 3. From back-scam to elbow and knuckle joint. ; Purchase} and parti Iay.fr,!! m ,
merino Casemercs diflerent colours, every Dec. 19lh, 1835. 19-6w rcrrovn
Green and :Mixed IrtFrock Coals- ea
4. Round the Mulberry, dt- other
shirts bosoms and collars thigh. -stmyinSf or 'lse injuring the ?
< description, Linen and cotton ?tce': mixed Ocer Coats, German Cambist Box Coats, NE' GUOIJS. tmur
linen and buckskin 1 6. Round the knee land, unless by spec al leave from the 01 Ue
Gum Suspenders 5.From the the ancle. lined with merino and silk: ; quilted throughout, t new 1 and ViII I have open by their pr
Gloves merino and silk Hoes, half do. lambs wool do. I hip-joint to \,TE arc now re-reiving, agent. THOMAS BAL reto
Cravats Handkerchiefs of 1 By tie above scale of measurement gentlemen at a and superb article. Suj/crior Blue and Black Cloth 9" the 15th inst. at APAL/ ClllCULA, a general A i19ttSL 28 3tf -for
;' plaid and plain silk fancy and shirts flannel distanc may bo enabled to forward their measures, Cloaks for Gciulcmen. Black, Brown and OliveGreen stock GOODS, to which we invite time attenr 1 .ge11t tle

every description, Nctt Drawers which vill ever meet with prompt altt'lu"n.: do, for Ladies'. Blue, I'l.'ck, and Drab Cloth r ion of our 'brmer friends, and dialers, generally. ADMlNlS'hiTOItSNOTi .-
: and cotton flannel do, iuf"im his and Cassimcre Pants. BI.ckI11'ed: Lavender and entrusted IX months after late ( will present njy
R. EALSEY would respectfully ens- Prompt attention will be given to all\ orders S
: READY MADE CLOTHING.Dress tomersand the Public generally, that he is cin.linu- Cordcd Bucksin! do., Hltu. Black,and steel: mixed Sat- to \1s.- HAUIUSUN 4* lC\N BY. and vouchers foi final settlement, and ftp1j atl

and frock coats, Pantaloons, figured and ingthcTailoring Business in all its brandies, as linctl do do Round! Jackus. VEST3 ot all descriptions November 1ft, 1S.V 13 3ui1X tie Bon. the Judge of the County Court of Leo t

plain silk velvet, velcntia, cloth, silk, satin, and plain I succour: to the late firm of H. A. Pierson it Co., at Blue and Black Cloth, Black Silk and Fancy a discharge from the adannisinnion of the f

And figured marsaillrs vests. Goats hair Camblet his oldand well known Stand, on Jefferson street,, Velvets 'fall Patterns
Cloaks: and Wrappers,-Indian Rubber over coats, I oppoj>ifc thb Store of Mr. Dor ey, where he isrel-eivn. Satin, I EiIi1i'il k striped, t!'", Bull', Challicc, Valencia weeks after dale I :shall apply to the Judge SARAHVIITEUR8

Frocl( coats Wranners and Lesrffins.f. : : ';'',..,. .A. .rr.._.."ch.. .cnnn1....t'I..J. nr : :\lcrino, .1 ':d all the most approved! iat,ems that K9 of the County Court fov thc Couniy GarUden, Dec 19th, 1S35.

:.1 .. Also, a full supply of Silk and Furred u.WRNl 11i q QQll are to be found among the' latest importations. Also, for Letters of Ad 'linistratinn on the estate nf Elijah A DMINISTItA'I'OR'S -

\1 HATS,CAPS, &c. Consisting ; His cloths were imported fiom the Western part of assortment Flanel dodo.! Drawcrs, 'Blocks Gloves Silk Handkerchiefs SIX MONTHS fror this date, I J
Dec. 19ih! t IS5: !9-6w shnl
.Superfine UASIMERS and VES I ,, pr eDt
f.i f.,t England, and he will warrant them to be equal to any of Blade Silk Cravats,GIII\1 Elasiir Suspenders: administration accou'it of the estate *
brought to this market, he will also warrant them tr great variety of colours and style, together witha :Silk;I I ("nit t-'i s. a Worsted! Hnsierv,$( complete ssotment of FANCY ARTICLES,, ,
:1 be fresh, as they were purchased immediately on the Stocks of the latest style, Cravats, Gloves Supen- Bca\',-p IL1TS, Satin Beaver do, Youth's Satin B 'a- receiving per chr. Chase, Iroui B.illi .:oreanil, daily I b-j discharged therciDm. F. B. WHITIj'admV-, to
i \ the from Liverpool, ande onieQuemly In Fur Seal Umbrellas and article other vessels .,f St. Marks, -ept. 21.1835.: 7.Gm,
..J. ariivaljof pfcket ders, Linen Dress Fronts and Collars, Hosiery,, vcr ( Caps, every expceliug by a jrmeral: jissoitmenl _
... not injured by lying t n h'and. He has in his employment Pungee Handkerchiefs, &c. which is needed. 'for a Gentleman's outfit.J. GOODS, consisting! of Grocc i)1 Y Goods, Shoes, -

I the best of workmenand he will make up Likewise a general assortment of Fashionable and]I B.B. would also notify ihaldtfring the past Sum- Crockery Ware, hlanv!' mire, Farming Utensils, 4c. STORAGE AT ST.. MARKS. -

I work in the best manner and at the shortest notice. durable mer, he Iris been engaged: in manufs-ctaring the above kc. All of which they offer for sale low,. for Cash or TB1HE subscriber 1 aving rented

4 All orders from the country punctually attended to. RE2D Y-JlI2DE; CL 0 TIIIXU. articles, designed particularly! : for this market, which country produce. JL modou., Wcrchouse fonncrfy thl large an C

Nov. 21st, 1835 15lfADMINISTRATOR'S for cheapness! and durability arc not to be surpassed Nov. -7111, 1333. 13lfNOTICE. J I udge Crane takes t us by
Consisting of Over Coats, Cloth and Goats Hair opportunity of i ,
Camblet Cloaks, Dress andFrock Coals, CoateesPantaloons by any in this section country ; and! as the work has ti.euds. and the nuLli--. generally, that| al!informl god ;,l
and Vests, of almost every style of been madtii under his own inspection, he can with with him, shall have iis strictest attention, and )

f: r months after date we will apply lo the Judge goods and fashion Also Linen and Cotton blurts, some degree of confidence, recommend the same to THE UNDERSIGNED having: purchased the en- orders will be attended to with promptness andde.tj.
Shirts ( those who wish to pmchaM a first rale article.! lie tire interest of Mr. Gideon in the Merchau- plch.
of the CounyCourt of Leon County for a discharge Nett Drawers, 4 c. &c. Emmy
[' administration of the estate of The Subscriber having on hand a large and well 1 would mcTly add thai his Cloths have been purchased tile eMablishmenl: conducted under the firm of Bet- _April. J
: from the
:, ;;. laid in stock of Goods, will guarantee to furnish 'mmediatcly from the Importer, and are from the la- ton &. Emory in this place, notifies his friends and -

"NYm. Hall, dec. late of said county. HALL those who may please to favor him with their custom tl"6t: .\rn vuls. customers, ''hat he is now receiving a general assortment NE"J7 GOODS'! -
J. C.
.i I HALL, with any article in his line on the lowest terms i Tiihassrp!. ..,..Ot"rober.... 12, 1335.: 12-lf ol Goods selected: by himself with care in Boston IS. S. MILLER has just received
-'-'" --- a
;,1,1"r m. for cash or prompt payment, and humbly solicits, as i -ItO'ANL'S) "TOXICTlTXTUREJAnliCtuiiee -- New York and Baltimore; and offers the same STAPLE & FANCY &QQns conplet P SIf

'. Adtur's.Tallahassee he hopes to merit, a generous share of patnonage.: i at reduced prices at retail l, at the stand occupied by will sell low for Cas I, Cotton or wbichl
18th 1335. 6-lf Tallahassee October 1st 1835. 9-tf i .'-Sf) the late fiirm. ALSO- approve
t't'J'j t Sept. Tallahassee, Olo' )er 31st, lS crei
3 t
Jjj"As the subscriber keeps constantly in his employ ... .Expected daily per brig Harmony," direct from
r ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE steady and first rate werkmen, he will guarantee !JN consequencef. : tile !numerous Jillcmpls to palm Liverpool, on consignment, .I- Watches
; :, persons: irdellned to the estate of the late to execute all orders at the shoitest notice, in the: is. spurious mi;:'uibns of Rnwand's \'aillableIcdi! : i :30 tons hammered IRON JeveJry, &c.
: ALL. A. Pierson, or H. A. Pierson and Co., arc requested most durable and iashionrble style. R. HALSEY.: cines on the public-he has, determined to confide.! the I I T: O Cra-es! Earthern WARE

t I to make immediate payment, and all those .- 4 sales exclusively !o agents in diffcicnt p.ittsof; the ISO peces: COTTON BAGGING THE sulscribrhajUr

i having claims duly authenticated will present them country \\-hnmalonethe genuine articles cap bu 10-: () sarks, Liverpool ground SLT, l wuh an extensive York

:. : for payment to R. HALSEY, Adm'r. had, and to tiuard, t the more eHectnally against the impusxionsof which he otfcrs at whobale to Merchants, .at or near I \\ ,- Goods in his I.I line,assortment which he o.(
;1 Tallahassee Nov. 14 1335. 14-tf unauthorised venders ; lie bas instn cted 1 New York prices I I"t! \ fe-rs for sale on o

<; .>: his n-'intsin linMmi, No\v York/ Phil .dclphia, and I Qptton purchased! as UMial.TUUBUTT. 1" 1 .tP. term His accomnuxlatiV
purchases were
; NOTICE. Ih'I.: Ire, to make) no salcflo merchants and others nf R. BETTON. mostly made with cash! '!

. :
Estate of Henry Murray, I shall present my <' quaniitics: of a pernicious article in imiiation of YSPEPSIA AND J { as can be bong it in this country : Ht would
accounts and vouchers for settlement. BRANTDi time jrenume :\Jixwrc have licun maiiufaclmcd, by Lu- | Dr. J. P. IVEI.CU.\l)1AIXT.-i j I!! ihc uttrntion ot to
G. G. HOLT Adm'r. cius S. -mslocK &. Co of New Yrk, and sciiftn the *Mr PETERS, Pliyiiolvgica'! i!I la ticnlarlyC'al < purchaser nau-
I t' The dicine, who, for several : has devoted his ntire rmlnlor $7,&t SlQSQ Q32i722
St. Marks, July 18 496m.EXECUTOR'S South for sale. name Rowland in lead of Row attention the years ,I ) & 3lifo lu 'lime i--iecuun (,which he
tu treatment of chrome pad.nx.
t: I aim!, is on tl.c bolllcs of the iniitation. The genuine or inveterate diseases : |
i has succeeded, by chcmicirl ctnalyois and aUln.tou : Air ong Ils Goods arc the folio.;,.
article be had of the follow
I lug synthesis
may persons, \\ .10 arc viz Gentle and Ladles
in : hen GOLDLEYEIVA'I'Cl1 l
I NOTICE. forming a combination from several .rfdes
months after date I shall present my accounts tile only Agents in Lids part of Florida and Georgia.E. mate vegetable principles, to which hfi has PlUXI.1 t \ ES, Genii jmcu's Silver Levers, Pl m ind
SIX B. Pel kins, General tcimt, Tallahassee! Horizontal I 'V atches, Swiss Watrlies
; ant vouchcis for final settlement and apply to ,1 name Me-dicinrc Str>machire et Ifepaticrc has at very low prices
the Hon. Judge if the County Court of Leon Co. ; !jA. William Kerr &: Co., Thomasville, proved fa more efficient rh:11 any remedy; "J1c I I ; Ladies Gold N :ck Chains, Gentlemen's Guirfnnd

t t. for a discharge fron the Executorship of the Estate FULL supply of Landreths' superior garden I James C. Ecclcs, Quincy, discovered, in curing those distressing ma'adios i of Watch Chains, seals and Keys, Ear and FD'e

.] ;. of John K. Campbi 1, deed. .herb and flower seeds just received and wlrl'cntcdfrcsh I Kerr &. Stuigcs, St. \larks, mind and body, which are generally comr1rcledc.' un Rings, and Bosom P ns of various patterns; a mar

i FRANCIS EPPES, Ex'r. ; by K.B. PUIK1NS.MJ1RUNNA I IDec. Thomas Alexander! IIid.ldwn, tier the sweeping terms ) and LivEp.-CJoM- variety of JET JE\\ ELR.Y, gold and silver duobi

i Arniist22 2-Gm -.- 16th._ -__. I-S- 5.- 301f-n 1 Darius Williams. &. CII.. Monticcllo, :. P'.AsTs-lt is likewise an almost certain cure for en and single eye Spec \Ir s, extra jj'ajses for do t nit
11 -- I Golding Folsum, \lickasiMiky. 1.lr emcnt of the SPLEEN' allays ; jjold and silver]I Thimbles; Alabaster aal

1 Storing & Shipping Cotton. IlJlCJ; '. sold The l hV'lab I III"'c'!! oj"\t !I... B. Perkins. will be on all she bottles A Iln!the symptoms nf Dysncpsiaand L 'er-com.' FInn CLOCKS: w :nanle to perform welts, p
.i rnis.I'ali
\io f 4STURGES will attend THE RACES over the Marianna Course t, plaints, are ; t somntss- article, at low prices: .An excellent assortment of
1.t Ii' KERR Cotton-they will also to Storing advance and on off on odaesday, 13th Jan. next, md continue: will co:our'nc !|:![I I ,',: .. -i. July 7ii! IR ?" .I mfr. ,......., I.", -.-.I.,.lalnluw.. ....-a. :"..11'1......1 .1:._, _:,',or-Il burning"-".:,."II.' lit in SIC tinslo..mill. \"r ll sill It COMP.Sr rC\llvin! nbted Castia.'aiidkstirks

f Cotton entrusted to their care for shipment to any days. :I: .- i'- .: i.i > vuv \ :\ 1'0 .1, ; I.I ;1"Ijtr:! af ".Pi..tt; ;: \lli'1 I i is ,.iiit. phtC: ( inatlersanc: Trays; Music Ik-) :

.. market in the United States or elsewhere and will First diy-A Sweep-Stakes for 3 oil f roi I p I 5-j' J' :'1"0,1, :, ','1 .i ..f :. r : .', c> of al!I! sons ; Acco'dinns ; Ftutes; Violin Slrirp:
; year s, I () rf vi.5-rj ) .I. v b t'l' I ah. (.e: '> 'iit :
1.'J 1 purchase at either their Stores in Tallahassee or St. iwo mile :aeats. S-'OO entrance, half lorfe it. Eutne.' i i i't i <. i tI L 1 h. i A t.,. ..*. ,'; : r.n.:. -; i.'i' :>,.. i.'h.: ri i ',. i "vi .>!.I;;-:."t' :i ";:0.'": :' h Ladt. s 'vV.rrk :mFnp.cy, B -xrs; ;ilVr,TaMe, Tci,

; larks. Oct. 4i h, 1934 (Stf) to be made by the 141} Dec. nex:. *. I" \ ,, (-_ ;< i" n Jvj '-'' ? :-: .' ,'r' i .. !: .I: .!' .1" "'.. '!! 'Wv\;,. "-,:: r, /'j .-. ,; ; .1" .ui-. Mu"t11! I I i-'p 'oii"s: ; Soup and! Cream LdIe'!

Secondday-Jockey Club purse 203: -two mile _. ;i_ .1. II L. t .1 .. ,;, .- ,'a- 'I.. .1'. .-.. :,:. -.. a ti" si- 11.1' I It il 1 i i I: tal J I Su M'I on, s- Pap, ami Dt'sser Spoon*; Gwiil!**.

TREASURER'S NOTICE. --- heats-$JD entrance. i: t U I.:.... I I""I: I' ". I. .. \ sly. : :.o : .'n r' i 1"* 'Il!. ilizzii, i -, '1 vriii. ; ''disill| (:iftiiiimsi r men's shaving Casts : A n ass.>tmenttlfCUTLE. .
Third day-Jockey Club purse S-100-fuur mile xO.li;() <.I l Juii.ir\ 1Ie.\t ; .i. 1.1: '..viththiI's ot lumiorv, a consisting o? Ivory h: ndlc Ir nne ;; Rogt

TREATURER'S orFICE, ) heats-S3) entrance Tin Kouti( .. I i.ii.i: );. 11\\ tli| I II. .? f ;, ..i Vi/: L :..xiurCiijrlcston I. in tin: simna.*h win! M e-ii'pty, cl.iliuc!! alKrtion gnawiiij ol host Razors, Knives i mid -jissors; Bagi NeedlesGonand

TALLAHASSEE March 8th, 1835: Fourth Day-Proprietor's Purse, to consist of the i i :, 'a,' :-.I\IIII.a, i.. vj II'i' \\ ,IIi; |IOIWil| IL GI sight and heating' ;: pain} and weakness I in tile I lark Ivory mounted (Janes ; Porcelain and Morwxc .

BY vided an act passed 21st November, 182U: it is pro- entrance noney of the :second, third and :ourth days j bi.tllar. .. here l'a: <: pany \\ ill tia\t> :ni lit p.ituuitv. of languor di"turhrl l -.lei-p, rold t tuet anti hands, tremor Pet! Cooks ; Cora and all other sorts of Beads.
that all Bonds executed by Auctioneersshall -mila heats, three best in fh.e-S15 II ; lh! I lioc-k uneasiness in the throat Good double barrel G Pistols Cloth hair '
be entianci- aicciid-rg: !: andiSinng il.t i -; aifj! ici-nl Span- caugh, pain in the side: ol uns' :; ,sha
'" to the Treasurer forwarded by-tho Judge of the County Court Entries to be made with the Secretary, by 9 o'clock I i.vi| UAVIIS. From fi;i'bralia: / ,the ship it ill| I proceed tt) breast, .c. il.. and troth I ushe : ; Premiss' best shaving Soap,,

\. all Auctioneers shall of the Territory Florida! ; anr1 that ot the evening preceding each Race. AlarM.-ill.-s: and the PortnTid! :i Fran M, m the r\uuh The above maladies lend to organic affections of lh< Straps, &c. The su scriber is now prepared t repair j

. OB the 1st quarterly in each year commencing The New Market Tules to govern in all instances. I iifFuu.Cw. .\'iet uring distant I I\ ,nu.i-s fiom the latti stomach, liver, anther r terminating, m !n. ..-sy.Con- 1 any part of a W itch. Music Boxes, &c. that I

;. under oath taken January before transmit to the Treasurer The Track is in first rate order, and ex.ennvc arrangements r place.! -Thence: to Union iinil, Li-iorn.!) when: the sumption, Apoplexy, &c. according to the. i'/:.ate, deficient, he has e-n"ployed a Gun Smitk from the j
.;:. sales effected, some Judge, a copy of all will be made fur the comfort of Visitors I pany \iiitihcciti.-sof PaJ and Floioncc. Departing i its, age, sex, and tempeivrmnl lIt of the i i hal North who has just arrived ; ard lIe conilentybe.'!
time and by with the amount and at what Several Turfites from Alabama and Georgia, have i I I iionj Le-ihorn, the ship will: p-ocrcd t o the Prepared J. P. PETERS, Al. D., JMilltdgevillt! lieves. with his assistance, and that of Mr.Bryant htha
place and for whom
Now, Auctioneers, the same was made- promised to attend with stables of good horses, and )II. rl oi Civita \\cchia. near in {omc. Aficr n miiui'ii Inventor and sole proprietor. : Walch Ala iKg line, that he will: to able! to Jo all! (

", W' said law are required to take notice of more than ordinary sport may be expected. a reason.iblc lime at Koine, the : will depart entrusted. ti> hill: as well and as cheap a it cm .(
and sip ''crlificates wor
conform TtstimcliCts.-Numcfll
to or suits their Bonds A. H. hUSH : might be ad
upon : Scc'y. for where in the!
( must be insiituted. of the Naples, they u ill visit.the Judges County Courts arc I Sept.21th, 1835. 8-13 w ii>d Heiculanciim also .Mount \ He will continue receive additional ofG ,
j : csm'il\s r
) i requested without delay, to forward ; and the Isle by using these medicines; (hu? time are I supple
certified 1
properly floing
'4 I 1 and approved, the Bonds Auctioneers in their I +. .The State Rights Sentinel, Augusta, Ga. and the ot Capri. Lc.i ving I Italy, the ship will s.lillir "c il1a sufficient to satisfy the minds of most skeptical : noils throughout tim : scrisnn. I

:,: session. CHARLES AUSTIN pos- Columbus Enquirer, Ga will publish the above until in Sicily; and also the small port of Catana, near tow Front Dr. James Jlulhor the FREDERICK TOWLE
: [(31 tfJ) Treasurer of the Territory of Florida., the 1st Jan. and forward their accounts to the Beemtary hich i is lnuntBtna, ((1.1 miles.) After which tIme : iO;Eutl l, or ? MedIca. Compan Taahascl October! 25th, 1,5. 11.1 -
for payment. I' rty will! sail for I'ginu:; and Athens in Greece, and!
AD HNISTRA :roiicl-ingat of the NEW-ORLEANS, Dec. 20th IS3I. ]1O'1'ICE..
" TOR'S SALE. .-- many ancient( Ports on thc HO.L .o To whom it .
ALL persons indebted to the estate of James POTSTPOJ\.ED the sea J/auuoKi, they \\ ill arrive at Coiibtairtinojilc. have witncssi d may the cOllc/r.-This of is to certify, that 1 THE subscribers having established a CIGAR ,
... late Jefferson county deceased hich RACES. I operation Peter's Jlcdicina. ;. )RY in Gad den CouatF
which was left unadministered by (the late adminis- THE RACES atMaaianna are postponed on account 1 Ktturniii! :.': thrnu-h the Aichipela''O of the SiIClCL. : Ilcpallctz in a number of very obstinate da, within two mflR c fQuincy, intend to carry tM I
., many Dyspeptic and Livcr-alU-ctions (
I t trator Harris Burney,) will make immediate payment of their conflicting with ihos'* at Ghiincy, which co m- beautiful Isles of (Jicccc wjllbe visited, aiumoim.; which wise in casesof of iong standing,lile. I'usincss extensively; they will fulfil orders! at u e ,(
' on or before the first day February next,or therefore menre on the same day. They will commence on may be naimd, 1\1j'tcllllt', bcio, and 8:1I11'J5. lliuuiing and its sc\'erl affects cnlir emclof, time" jIccn ; shortest notice : Any quantily'lrom fifty to one hundred f

'V...,-. steps will be taken to collect the same, and all persons I Wednesday 13th Jan. 1836.i' d.J\\1J ihe :.Miditcrratican. on the, African side, the ship sitation in declaring were truly it the astonishing. I have no hc- I thousand can bl furnished: And they Wtwihenselvcs !

having claims upon said estate are requested to will touch at the I Island! of Malta! Tum, i<, and Algiers.: lhos most valuable preparation that their Cigars cannot be B
the present ::::: Papers that have inserted] the fo distressing ailments thai has S\Je
same the may original ever within
to come
the will
? -
for ship tor mad Florida
adjustment. [ dquii Teiu-riile, one o the equalled by any } in ,
of the Marianna knowledge.
publication Races JAMES
J. R. BROOKES, Adm'r. de bonis non the will plcasu alter Canary hlands.! wIll n she will fin' .illy depart for ray EWELL, D. workmen from Havai a and the North, and good oa-
Nov. 14th 1835. 14.tfNOTICR. : advertisement so is to agree with the postponed I Charleston, or Savannah, by a southern: In Wilkes County Gno. Jan. 1834. terils. JOHN SMITH *<$.
passage. The
notice. ALLE" i II. BUSH, Sec'y. j this :latter Home: the weather is iftild and settled and undersigned can bear testimony to the superior October 24, 1835 11-tf A.
Oct. 8, 1835 10tdTOWN .II"..'-, .-\. .in.1.... .".."..,.,"."".."..",,..1.-.1. ./.1.1.....UIUUItVI:. ... :.'HIIIII.-.-:,:.-._--.i ltllllC i.','', efficacy of Dr. Peter's ;!lediC'inr Stnm- _u:_i/..>l-/--v;"% .... ITm .
;; C3 the
-- W I.
Six months after ward. Besides time principal ports hcicin inoiuiont-d potc cuc Dyspepsia and Liver Complaintfrom Cheap Cash Store. p
date I will
apply the Hor.ora of St. personal expelicnce. Wfll. G.
the will touch .
ble ship at many t.(the inltnnediate : '!
Judge of the County Conrt of Leon purls, P's AlcdicinoSlonachicre subscriber otrcrs for sale low, for c.UI !'
County particularlyin adverse Hepalir
case winds.
to be discharged from LOTS FOR SALE. m wi'h full directions put up THE ,' Fashionable and Dr
the parcels t f
'- administration of the The entire v.ivai.e will be limited to six or fr using. From one variety < new
estate Samuel Bryan Lake Wimico and St. Canal Com seven to three parcels will be to Goods. His stock of Goods having been
f..; deceased, late of Mid Co. THE Joseph's months, from time departure ut the South until the arrival necessary complete a cure rr f\
LEAH BRYAN having contracted for the construction of a at the same ,plate. price is $4 a parcel. I on the most advantae ous terms; I he is -
: I admr'tx.
Tallahassee, J 18th Sept. 1835. 6-lf, Rail-road from the Bay of St. Joseph's to connect with The number Passengers will: be limited to A great quanTity of time above very valuable prepa- he can make in rest of planters and owtflt f(*

the river Apalachicola, via Lake XVimico, -also t for airl mil under forty. The pi ice fixed si $150 I 00 fifty, rations, w ill be l kept constantly on hand bywi give him a call. He vould particularly! call! tbC'teimtioa '

( Blanchard & Rider, ) J uilding wharves and warehouses both ends of iiioii'h-ihe first month lo tc paid in advance cvi-per E.: H- PEHI INS, Tallahassee, of the Ladies. i.f TfJlahassee and 'ICIUlt11 1rtides; '

va > the road, Lobe. ready for the transaction! of business ously to the ship's: departure, and the balance pi ho authorised to dispose of them, either at whole the great variety of elegant and fashionablewhich ; '1

Oglesby. ) NOTICE is herbey given by 1st December next, have laid off into convenient the tcimination ot each muniii- winch payableat will 1 sale or retail, on as reasonable! terms as they can be he offers for sat, a wel as the planters" "

to all persons interested that the above suit has been lots, the ntw town of St. Joseph's, on a beautiful elevated ; be found in Wines, Liquors, and Provisions: ihcy of the ,, obtained of the proprietor. .Also by would. do well to embn.ce opportunity ofsupP1l'

I& 4 commenced by attachment on the following plain, about halfway up the bay, on the Eastside : hct clllality.The staie-ioou.s will be and I Doci's. IloLsins &. \\ ILLIAMS, Cambellton, & ing themselves with Nero Clothing and Swl ., '

:- levied on as belonging to Elihu Oglesby, viz property: 1 Cart, ut the point where the raj'-road: will terminate. wc.1l H'lllil.\tcdj; beds and beading: will be spacious of the first I M". BALSLEY D"ug! i8t at extremely low rates C. C. WILLA .-

'-". 1 yoke of Oxen, 1 Horse, Saddle and Bridle, 2 Cows, The wharf lobe carried out to 17 feet water, and qu.ilry, ;md aite-ndanis, Lolli male and female 1 JO: 1'RIEsTLGVWrEUS. December 5th, 1335. 17lf *tl j ;,

;:m and Calvesand on .cighth of Land, in township 2, the rail road track to extend to the extreme end of it, mcrou. .1 lit! well qualified for their si tmll, ions nu- Thc folowlg arc among the many persons that N. B. I wish it to bi distinctly understoodt

range 16 North and East, being the West half quar- so that vessels can load and discharge cargo alongside Each scivantwill be el ai-ed at ihc respective j rate of $J2<) UI). have eniirely cured or greatly bcnefoed not sell Goods on_: credit of 12 Lh1s.c.c.ytwill '1
ter section the within the .
last iwelve .
1 seven. Wm. M. HUNTER care. month. The is m iuhs, by tc| use of Dr. Peters'
per ship now ccr.structinjj in New
:' Sept. 12, 1835. i3-13w for Plaintiff' : Thelots in the town of St. Joseph will be offered York, and: will be i.tuoul5uu ions burthen. She will lcdtcna. Siornachica et IJepaticot within the In Gad dc n Superior Court,

for suit at puhlic auction, on the 14th of December! be suitably titled in, c\ery i lespcct fur ihe excursion state GCGl a. Henry Gee, Compo ]

FRESH DRUGS WINES next. Terms; i cash, the balance in three equal payments both as it regauls capacity and swift sailing.A Mrs. Abner Hicks, Wilkinson. vs.Littlcbury -

: : for which notes will be required, at I I'J, 21 and select Library will be attached to the ship, A Mrs. Capt. James Willis, ,in. II. Jones

Surgical Instruments, fyc. 36 mouths, with interest from the day of sale. Title splendid :rianno: will be pluci d III the Ladies saloon. Col Wm.F.Bond, do. Henry W. Peebles IK ClUXCERT. j

I HAVE just received a full of bends will he issued by the company to the purchaser, Each individual will bui-ntithd to his ur her porlion Wayne 'VE& lands, Esq. Lauren's. Gabriel Smith and "1
Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals. on their complying with the terms of sale, and a fee of the lower hold, (reserving; sulfici Mil space fur waler Bryan Allen, Esq. do Benjamin Ward, 10 I
Pure Col. John W.
r PORT, MADEIRA & simnle- title executed when the last instalment is paid provision, and ship srorcsso: thai all statuary, Paintings Sanford Porter, Morgan.. Respondents.IT ncelhat
MUSCATELLE WINE i ROBERT BEVERIDGE Wines and other Chapman, Esq. Jones. e .
in bottles prcs't inerchundize, j.urcliuscdby appears horn satisfactorythe CY .
%,: sick. specially for the use of the I L. \V. & Si. J. C. C. iach individual in Italy and other parts of the Mediterranean Alexander Irvin, Esq. Washington Dcfeadants, Henry W. peblcS. ,.Gabriel "

I.t TKEPHiKiira Weigand & Snowden g superior AMPUTA St. Joseph, October 1st, 1835 11-Cw I will be -permitted to -no in the shin----. n fn-n__ of-. '.'Col! Geo., .. .G..;Mathews_ Grceo. Smlh and Ben iamm.Ward, do.not. rcs d.f l .
\I! TING, OBSTETRICAL, EYE, DISSECT freight.! 1 UI1 ISL, IOJJ. .IUl this District, but reside in the states ot Aia" "- t1

11 UfO, and POCKET INSTRUMENTS, in cases. EALE OF LOTS The ship will be commanded by CapiR. W. Foster NOTICE:-- Louisiana: I is therefo ordered that they dO ( :
I STOMACH PUMPS and PIPES Silver In the TOWJY'of ST. JOSEPH Stockholders of before the Judge of the Court for the.!: t.
: J I Lancets and now commantjing the packet' ] ship Mille'lgeville' who THE the Union Bank of Florida Superior )
; .Lancet Cases, and Nurse Tubes, &c. POSTPONED.The has visited nu si of the ports in the1 edit rrul1can icqx-esled to meet on the first Monday in District of Florida, Gad:den County,(s ttlDSj li

h .:, An assortment of DRIED HERBS from the and will l he maimed by experienced officers und a sc>, February next, ut their Banking House, in the city of cery) on ot before the fi. st day of the flC1tT"said COIP'5ant J

Shakers-among which are Lemon Bairn) Sale of Lots in the Town Lei ciew. ,i tllahassee. to dect seven directors for the ensuing Court, and answer the bill filed -* time P' !

.r Hysop, Mint, Sage Sweet Majoram, Savory Catnep, !IIfif, ot ST. JOSEPH, has been postponed till the All applications must be made previously to the year JOHN pAKKHILL, Cashier in this case, otherwi to the SWe Will b UC :jgconfesst' .

Thyme, CeHery, fee. JSth of January jjext,.when they will take place on ilOth! January next, until C. iJeguine, Esq. New i Dcc. 2Gth lb.15. .yo tdTO .
: LIME JUICE and the same terms those heretofore Votk, or to the undersigned al this place. Dec. 19th, 1835 19-4m -
c LEMON SVECP. advertised. COTTO.N' Ai1 SUGAR PLAN ERS I : .____- 't..:
SPICES of kind-Genuine ROBER!: I' BEVERIDGE, !)I'es't. STONE, WASUBUUN. &CO. ,
: INDIA CURRT. Lake Wimico & St. Joseph's Canal Savannah, Nov. ::1, 1835. 15-IsiJan. WANTED by : aged Man, a simation NOTICE
,.;. English French, and Prentis's Soaps and Per- Company. IS HEREBY GIVEN that Elizabeth S. FOC j
fumery. Mrs. Miller's St. Joseph's, 'V. F. Nov 10, 1835. 17-UUJiui., The Charleston Courier and Mercury\ the Mobile He has had WJ apPl
celebrated deceased, !
1 SNUFF, May- KCIJJS.U and New Orleans) ma-y years experience, nnd can product widow Cornelius C. I'u' Pont. Ctrt'tbr
jiarci&. Noye'tf celebrated INK and INK POWDER- SIX weeks After date, application will be made in ubu\u twin: u week until I ls l.ullelin, will pulilish the recommendations irom his last e:employertiw ith at the January Term of the Gadsden yW dO ,, 'h
THKRMOMKTEKJ HYDROMETERS honorable the >i Jannaiy hell; Federal whom he lived several and left solely in writ of Allotment Dower, to assign her f !
: &c. Judge of the County Court for U nll) *, and Journal .\1 iLIede years con- a 0'
; ; I \ilk and the Tullahas- of ill 0fthe t :
health .
E. B. PERKINS. I the county of Gadsden, Letters of Adminiutatiuii: set Fiondiun, ; sequence liberal wacs; will be expelled, in the estate of said dece.we J. Creditors tare .
? on the ciute of Eliaa Barnes same period. and forward please apply at Brown's Hotel, Tallahassee Mr. their demands to ncr .\
TRh1h,2eeJuIy 3th 18S4. 48tf late of said county de lb.eir accounts to the O to also notified to presei it
ice for
{ Georgian
;\ e <" ., ] ceased. Pec. 26ih 1835. 20 Gw (payment.? 1 P.-or to Thos- Baltzell Esq. administratriX. 'a
s. W. & CO. Dec. 2S 1835. 20-3w p Gadsden County, Dec I9th,1835 I*.*


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