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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: January 16, 1836
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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AttorneY-inCLuincr Gfodsden CounHAS TIIE j 1 FLOItIOLU"LAISSEZ F Phitadd ia'Paper:

located lm tfc Court of \ I'!
practice in Ap- : tIlPL1Tucktb1diuba .
: will '
an.j'the and SapOr. ; Courts of Gadsden, Leon and : aodexi&ted. ,tUie& sympathy! ly the *mef-
icwJly itit
riiNewVQrt.Ve publish -
)Jackson Cow1U t.IJear.anuan.21 all ihed. fMttIratwbieh'. we have been :;

] _- NOUS FAIRE." able. Coptcr .3,4 _t..h.'Io i.....
STURAGE !u 2 2I .
: 'OiGE! STORAGE'! The n w-1t. : to have cast: :a solemn rtoom over 'pi

., 18ddition to his old ware-house die m'\t mQ WmraClfUQ U! uur e"lzen*- fcyihyatlrsF ito'tlie d ,stresses of '
Sr erected spacious build W. .SlSlIIab U 11. .m'\I aQl a'OOQlQJ'C their New Yp* bretliren was most and :t
I has recently ------ . VU! > STCD. &0. pn4owid
23 feet, {orrecci\'ine:cotton and goods. -- -- TIN : .-- -. .- active, TItt:p p1combted at the Exchange ri

1I..80b1 TIMOTHY M'CARTY.. I UTIC}' APALACHICOLA. -- on Thursday denipff,.called a Town leeting lor
I A S I shall
be
much of
Decemberi7thl831.St. my time in the Western NOTICE. yesterday uoo aLtthe councils abut
t the
k., Extensive same
ltlar m.. country, all persons who indebted Sale of Town Lots in m.
arc to ;
me by Subscriber time : similar
note or otherwise THE returns his sincere thanks to his resolved"jpon? a measure.
JACKSONVILLE.The are
STAGE TO and those to requested to make immediate Appalachicola. s, and Ui public in general, for the liberal In ihc monjng several Courts cow sitting
payment: whom I
public are informed, their claims with my for am indebted will file THE whole tract of Land called Forbes' Purchase, encouragement he has received since he has been in 0 this city ad turned for he day-ail business 'fr'
agents
settlement
this
that a regular Line of Sta- I shall return to Tallahassee. by the lime to about TWELVE HUNDRED place, and solicits a con'inuancft ofthcir patron- of all kind scei ed, to be suspended.Atnoonth .

w nr"TBesig "63 haso been established TH. JEF. GREEN. THOUSAND ACRES, situated in Middle: Florida, age.received He has just returned from New York, and has great .nozueI tIe Exc 13nge was .RJ

J and Jacksonville via SuwanncelrtetnTall New Orleans. Nov.27 1835. 18 tf together vrjth! the Town of APP A LAGHICOLA, : gcrcral assortment per brig Somersett of direct from that place, a crnwdcd-ciiiueotalLaerptirties ai standing t".'
full
cc and the and winter
) 1eaVig. TaIlahassce!: every Monday morn- EAST FLORIDA RAIL ROAD COMPANY. been adjacent vested Islands in the in subscribers the Gulph Mexico, having sisting of the following Articles, to wit GOODS:- con- were cougre ; ed, to join in the propotcd expression l.f
; from as trustees
,; Spring a; Jacksonville Saturday- TICE is hereby given, that a and for all the use of all the by Super blue, black, drab of sywpa ly. .,His ThflO1tbu M..TO: was J.
;jug and Ilrr"\"IIIr" North will find ready con- N meeting of the proprietors. green, and adclaid P roadCldihs. t
called
I to tIle, on lo r eside and the Hen. GSOKQE M.
.Rente S and toSaannabbjthcS1ebat. Stockholders; of the East Florida Rail Road Com Notice is hereby given, that on Tuesday, the 23d Ji
t' \l1"'l1stine% by F"ges pany, wIll uc held on the first day: Do. double milled/ Cassimcres DALLAS and HOMAS BIDDLE Esq. aced; as Sec
%cVanceloSt.: ; : Fare'thrc "each wy $25 00. Monday of February February next, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, of different colours. f",,::;
IS36 -
,, at.31 o'clock! I'.MtltN'O. I Commercial'Vharf the Directors of the Apalach.cola! LanJ Company An assortment of super Snttincts retaries. ,tl

.25, 11\3. l 2Stfl 3AS. M. HARRIS.Ian. in the City of Boston, to choose Directors for the year, I will expose to sale, atpublic auction ii. the Town 100 pieces:: olNegro; Kelsey:, Linsevs and Fustians. 'riLe ,Mayo.opened. themeeltne, by nating its .

ensuing, agreeably to the act of Incorporation. : Apalachicola, the Building Lots in llit sai d trwn l.nlish, French, and Amencaii Prints. bject, and alliaing to the painful cin umstances \i

I NOTICE. SAM'LS.: LEVI, President agreeably to a certified plan thereof to bt exhibited I dinted Muilins, Fancy !Shawls, Handkerchiefs.and under which at lad been callexl. rt..

r lHE subscriber, respectfully informs the public, O! '_ )\. g4th. 1 1835._J8td" at the time of sale. Super Pon-ces. Lustnn- and Fancy Silks.! Mr. DALLJB (pruposed the principal l resolutionsone :;1"t;
taken the store immediately opposite The terms of sale will be fourth cash the residue ilCS.Rp.dy
NE\V CLOTHING one ; of which.ve will be otmediaiey "'
sincerely
_l_ STORE. hope, -
rillaVard and Austin, where he has just In three annual instalments made Clothing &c. Cotton
with inteiEst, and ; ; Rasinjr.o /1
M !?5ncxwnsi.huh1L choice assortment of season- THE Subscriber having rented the store formerly when the payments arc made, and seemitiei far the )U pieces brown, I'leichedpaid! -:tnped Domes- acted on bj Congress namely :-the: apjpro'prh- f
41tntd of DRY GOODS, Ready occupied by the Messrs. Lindenbergers adjoining the instalments given Bale Kopc; black castor beaver lion often nulitns *dollars, either as i gifxor a '
ns'slins' according to the Deed (f Tiubt, drab, and Wool
a \\d Clod'in" Hard Ware, Groceries, China, Glass Auction Room of R. J. Hackle, has open.d there a and the articles association, a clear title infec, simple Hats. loon, to New.York, .;!!

Jl fa \ \s''r! flats. and Caps, Boots,and Shoes.f arge assortment READY MADE CLOTHING, will be made. A few dozen \Vilcbone Bonnets. Col: \V.kTdoqoiIofferct\ a resolutioi: i which is !{fit
.nd &'cd rl les,TinV re fJruw: ,, -. {which.or he offers to th.,se who will cull and examine New fork, Dec. 15th, 1835. JUO pair Uussett, IJro aii5CU Shoes. incorporated(Uahe prtkeedingc.Alaoy 1 '

SJddlc_ 6\t.\1" \, o\\J 1 loX forcash.b tJiciiiM-lvc: !. on the most reasonable IUHHS>> for cash LOUlMcLANE. ) ) pair 1 lj'Jt"t Ci-)>nn S hioes. pjMjositbp i *. were: made tie. people's 1j

THOMAS: HA YS. -._ R. H \ LSEY.NOTh CHAb. AUu'ti D.\ VIS, > Tiustccs.JUaLPHAl. C ciii:':: ti's ar,. i. :.. 'eo; \\'afl.in Shr.u. I, J Ise2rLim wtf* "'If |i4.iu (reanxiorj todosoaae

Tallahassee! \.. 29 I35. IC-tf E. \VulTE. ) 250: juir: Nr=n.. Blank.IK Jar;:,. H.,sc IJ.tu.krts: &c. buig to aid the ji .. ufferemihe! ijv rightspic >was.. Uiefe" 'lift
WILSON The Dircciois uf the A hit'd.ll.l "i;< ( 'h'I"> ,. i), ,".Iy! J.uii.iio.1; I Hum I Holland; Gin.
: Sir A
NOTICE.DO. JU Having been authorised by l'a1.ll j..un( Company !n. .tif. tI I 'A proposition:: was madeiihat) firemi( i be allow'd n
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a .fnend tu ao\"eruse. his property/? to be sold with referring tu ihc auutc ad t1 List iii ni, .1fA' ui [.i-.iI'aie 1 n'C'r'H'I:*r 15c.s.aidS e to proceed lo'New York, nder the anction of
WILLIAM B. ClIEESEBOROUGH, mine and he bale, in suci ,iniuio "i Si: : .iuiii:". tivl Jam ic.m; i.'ulilo.VLI : .
nw declines, I offer lor sale my Mick- qu *>> as may ucaiud, me Ufe cimiiiiittee and several volunteered.

F.orida offers his PLAN tract ol Land known "Forbcs' \ .tti .tnn: LSI-HI of Cutlery and companies nobly 4
.\VING located himself in asooky rA fIO.N containing 1800 acres of as > Purclubc, lying Uiockerv, .-Mr. T. Biddlein
B'profcsM.mal wnices to the inhabitants! of !Ma- Oak and HjcUery, chockolate Mil 400 between the Rivers Apilachiculo. und ::)t. MarKiuU H-illow Ware, &,:. reJy: to jome ques 1l
:
1 found all acres are extending within six miles With many ojjpr\ articles tedious tion about getting there, remarked tat!; he fell. !
and Jackson COUI1L). lIe will! be at cleared and m t. state of cult \ tion, with effective ot l'ali.tlusace. It this too to mention. r
rlnll:1: the I twenty tract is to be found of the All (which mil be sold low for CASH free to state in behalf the Camdtq >nd Araboy
when not professionally engaged, at res- hands consisting of first rate Field Negroes :some: nueai cotu.n tlilJ sugar or appwed 1:1f
denretf times: the late Maj. Poythrcss. a CarpenterBJacksmjth, and Shoe maker, togetherwith lands in the Southern country; also tracts of the Credit. Country Merchantcaa be supplied Hail Uoad Company tlia e\fery'mca .:of conveyance :!i

flov. 2Slh, 1835. 17.8w all ihc previsions on the place, Plantation tools finest pine lands and extensive tractsofhjvc tuk; buts at a small advance on the New York prices. which they had at their d l3pos'ah.wou1d be _

and utensils, welve or fifteen head of good Muies and purchasers will examine for themselves, a jartbu-i rsew The: subscriber! ,will advance, and ship Cotton to gratuiousJy: allowed to the firem n. (I'ur: ,citizens, .t!.

NOTICE. Horses. If the above property is not sold before the lar description is unnecessary. The title to .purchasers Cotton York or Charleston, S. C. He will purchase l feet'and talk like Philadelphians, and t icy will act ;".
third of will be the same as for the town lots, of and give the highest market prices becomes their
informs the Jantarr at private sale, I will then commit it : ApalachiThe as character. The conmitlee appointed ( tt t
subscriber respectfullY public to the handsof Mr. cola. ALEX. FORAIY DUVAL. the
Hackley hy officers of the meeting will assemble :iJ
THE he will}! hare the 5>2i4XXJir33Uia9nri JNO. lownof Appalacicola is situated at llx mouthof September 5, 1$33. 4-f
and fitted lor _. McLEMORE. this day, (Saturday) at No. 15 in the Merch f1
: :.Bli thoroughly wbo repaired willing to up ov. 21st, 1835 15-tf the river of the same name. on St. George'j; Sound, By the President rift/ic United Stales. ;ants': E.xcange, and cuter upon the duo ies assigned
of those: are patroniseJHMby in the Gulch Mexico. It is the of ihe Rivers $ : law ANDUU.V jr
S ell110D tenth, of December nest he n'leifees him-l Chatahoochcc Flint seaport, fNPUKSl/AtNUttof. .. .. ? ._ ,!.,*. -I ,C'Ol_, _. JACKSON.. to tbein. : .
the Regular Panels between ::}I. Mdrk Sf JV. Orleans. Clup-jla, Apal cliitolaandtheir j i rcaiueni.: ui me unueu oiaies: 01 America, do The'
of
,e\f\ that even1 atttnnon ihall: be paid for the accominodauon tributary streams, and is connected -vilh the licit by declare and: make known, that a public sal I ;ve.nvheJming amount loss, ihe.mighty I'
and convenience( of his patron The schr. Lady Washington flourishing towns of Columbus and Inviaon, and will be held at St. .lugestine, in the Territory of Florida <-j general ruin that has swept with tie besom of tU

A. A. FISHER. 1\1. Swaim, and schr. Washington, with large districts of rich ai.d ferule pUtnutions in Monday, rhe 7th day of March next, for tht I destruction, the fairest portion ofthe city of New fork

'fjl.l\&hass'e\ Nov. 20th, 1635. 15- tf 'Vm. Leeds, will apply regularly thro' Georgia, Alabama, and Florida, '1 he expoits of cotton disposal' the public J.1nJs1111111 the limits of the has occupied so much! of the public atteo>: "

.- -" the season. from this port have been icgularly incrci&ing for undermentioned townships an.I Iraclional townships lion, that individual suffering has not yet been euquired &::1.

A ORDINANCE f P. H. SWAIM, at St. Marks andTallahassee. the last three years, and it is supposed: will this year in the East Florida land district, viz into. '"h." ...:..,
TO a-nemJ l!Ordinance, passed 7lh day of February Agents. ? exceed 50,000 bales. Jforl.'i (1 tlte base line and East of the meridian. -

w rc-ulatc die Police of the City of rf Tallahassee. I N. W. STILLWELL, N. Orleans. Twelve to fifteen steamboats already find constant Fractional to* nihip 1,2,3,4, and 5, (East of St. PHILADELPHIA COU CILS- 1}

Scc l. Be it ordained by the Intendant and Common Nov. 1st, 1635. 13tfNO'r _ _ _ employment on its waters, and few countries have finer Mary's River,) of range 23. Thursdiy Dec. 1-.
Council of the city of Tallahassc, That whenever ICE. prospects of ad vanccinent a ill agticbliuro and commerce Townships 1,2,3,4, and fractional township 5, of SnlPATlIY WITH NEW YORJC.he J lollowingprejmble 1.-
than those bordering on the rivers ubo\e men 24:
Inr.endADt shall urderout a Patrol or Patrols, it range
the or person so ordered, sh-\ll refuse or negIrttoapearfld ALL persons indebted to the Subscriber either by tioned. 'Townships 1,2, and 3, of range 25. aud resolutions wereUll Thursday adopted t
any
person perform the duties required of himor or account are requested without delay Apalachicola has been settled but a few years, and Township 1, of range 26. byjulh Cl>uncils. }

them he or they shall pay a fine of not less tha settle the same,with S. S. Taft, who is authorisedto those who have hitherto resided there, having no interest Fractional townships of 1 1,2,3, and 4, of range 27.FracLioliallown.lups Whereas, by recent information o 'the city from' 1!::
settle the sane. R. FLETCHER in the soil have ailentiun its improvements N. York it that a large and valuable '
and
one nor more than ten dollars, at the discretion( of the paid no to 1,2, 3ofrange 28. appears por-
Invndant unless satisfactory excuse be offered to th Tallahassee Uth Nov. 1835. 15tf further than suited their individual conenience. Fractional townships I, 2, and 3, of range 29. on of that city has been destroyed:: by fire, and :,fi.f

said Jnlended, fur such neglect of his duty, and said NOTICE. \' Sales of about thirty lots have already South ufthc base line and East of the mtridian.I I whereas such au extensive calamity is calculated i'''''

fines to be collected by the city Marshal, as other fines been made to individuals residing at Ai'iLl.1chicula, That part township 11, East oi'buwannc: llher, not only to excite our wannest sympathy for> the r1
& T the nex January Term of Gadsdea County Columbus and New i ork'ho, have agreed to erect of 14.Townships. '
la: ordinances: heretofore (passed are collected.Sec. range utferers, but to excite the active benevolence r". lf
2. Be i it further ordained by the authority aforesaid 1il.. Court, the undersigned Administrator and Ad- fire proof buildings on the said lots without delay, and 10, II, and 12, of range 15. our citizens for their relief. '1

That tillS ordinance: shall be considered force ministratrix of the estate of Francis A. Cash, dec'd, other measures will be immediately adopted lu make Townships( 10, 1 II 1, and 12, ofiange 16. Teerefoie Resolved, That the Mayor be requested '1l

from and after the passage; of the same. late of said county, will present their Vouchers and such permanent improvemeuts as will, no doubt Townships 10, I II I, 12, and 13, of range 17. call ol te citizens of } }
Passed in Council and approved by the Intendant Accounts for scalcmcnl with said estate, and pray to make It as healLhy a place of residence ts is lo be Townships 6 and 7, and fractional townships 11 I to a town meeting ;
this 15Ui day of Dec. 1835. be discharged llereCrom. met with in any city south of Virgi.ua. and 12 ; (West Arredondo's claim,) and township Philadelphia, in order that the pn'per measures ,1-r ::

WILLIAM IIILLIARD, HARRIET( A. JARRETT, Adm'x. St. Gcorge's Sound is capacious, and has secure an- 13, of range 18.Townships may betaken to relieve our suffering leVow ,citizens "i1 !

Attest :!ntczidnt. WAAC ARROTT, Adm'r. chorage in blue clay bottom, and is defended on all 5, G, 7, and 8, and fractional l township of New York, from the effect; of the recent ; }

L Cliailes: Austin, Q.uincyJaly' 1 5, 1835. 5O.6msCo'rToI4 sides from the sea. It has two enirancts-one by 9, (North ot' ArreiJo.nJo's claim,) fractional townshio conflagration in that city. i

{19-SwJ J Cleric of Common Council. the "East Pass," admitting vessels of COO tons, having 12, (Soutl: ofArrvdondo'sciaim,) and township 13, Resolved.by the Selct and Coat non Councils '\i )

BAGGING-TWINE 16 feet over the bar at low water; tae oiler by the of range 19.Townships. in the city biladelpbia i that they have heard j; .;r i

A CARD. "ti$ 'OPE "\ Pass," having 121 to IS feet at low water, ad- 1,2,3,5, 6, 7, and 8, fractional town : with u EI sofrtgret, 11lt a destruc- J..l J
..;. ';_ 'S'c. milling vessels of 350 tons burthen without any diffi- ship 9, (North of Arredondo's claim,) fiactional town-I tiv azid' .. d conflagration has occurred 'iin..a [ j

JOHN H. REALM..lltornry THE StfBER-willbe supplied this Fall withan culty. Vessels drawing 8 feet water usually loud at ship 12, (South or that claim,) and township! 13 of I IIUIIC _.."cuve. sea.t9 ofbisiness in our .:
assortment fGOOas selected rjy: nimReu lor tnis me wnarves, mose uf i"i ivei. ui aou 1015 uuiinen, :co. ,
at Law, Monticello, Florida Market, and offered for sale on reasonable terms as carrying 100 bales of cotton, within 3 miles of the Townships 1,2,3, 6, 7, and S, fractional township ;istertty" OC&k; and that they deplore it ;t f fa

4 WILL practice in the Court of appeals; and the heretofore for cash, viz : town: and those of 600 tons take in their cargoes 9, (North of Airedodo's claim,) fractional township as ;aftlictm' to the immediate: suf- i.erers i..
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Courts of the middle District of Cast Iron Enamelled Pot Ware-English, Sweeds within sixteen miles, in secure anchorage in the 12South Aricdondo's claim,) and townflHfcp 13, 1 Dd" ..community: at larje throughout r.i

Florida._Nov. 28 1835. 16 tf_ and American Iron-Sandersons Cast and Machinery Sound. of range 21.Fractiollaltowllship. the United e*-- r;',

IX LEON SUPERIOR COURT, Steel--Sheet Iron-Braizers and Nail Rods- Letters on the subject of the abo.-e lands to be addressed 1, townships 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, Resolved, TCbat"the President of Councils be requested t.

Hoop: Iron-Hardware-Cutlery-Mechanics Tools; I lo Thomas} A Baltzcll, Peter Mr.chel, John and 8, and thai part of townships 9, 10, 11, and 12, to Ibrvard a copy of these resolutions to :

; To .March Term, 1835. Looking Glasses-Bonne's: -Cotion-Seine Twine Carnochan, or Benjamin A. Putnam, at the Offices of lying East Arredondo's claim, and township 13, of the President* of the New York Oily Councils, 1 rand
Lash Cord-Rope and Leading Lines-:-Furmture- the Apalachicola Land Company at Tallahassee or 22.Towiunips.
t range the citizens of N York through ; -
Charles Haire ) to expres&to 1
. V$ \i ATTACHMENT Blank Baskets and-Gioceries other Books-Carpeting-Willow-and Boots Wood and Shoes Ware ; Apalachicola Woolsey, or Hogers.LithographIc in the. city of New York, to Benjamin 13, of range 23.Townships 1.. 2,3,4,5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, and I them, the deepsympathy fell threw :hout the com'i[ i'

I Ira Sanborn, ) Axes-Indian Rubber Goods-Iron AxelsWheelBarrowsPloughsCultivatorsTin munity, at distressing intellige which has
and 1. 2,3,4,5G,7,8,9. 12 and'
Maps Apalachicola vicinity 10,11
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i THEde en .1nt, Ira Sanborn, and all other per. Ware-Sperm{ may be seen at the lollow ing places :- 13, of range24. beenieceivec, ami their dispositiot to adopt sueli ;, ""J

,l interested, are hereby notified, that a writ Patent and Faucy Candles-Ready Made Clothing- In :New York al ihe office of the Trustees, or of the Townships 1,2,3,1,5, G, 7,8,9, 10, 11, 12, and measures: as may alleviate the distr:ss arising from Ji ."."' ':
attachment has been sued out of tho. Clerk's Office Saddles-Harness-Hats and Cap*.--Dry Goods ....1-
Hon. J, M. While, at Washington, D. C. 13, of range 23.1'ractional the t calamity.John ;
of Leon Court;in, the above stated case, and that they Drugs Palms and Oils-Stone Earthern Glass and ."
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In Charleston, S. C., at the office of Richard Car township 1, of range 29
tru ration hereby required' lo appear and plead to the decla. China Ware-German Toys.GEORGE nochan. The sale will be kept open for two weeks, and no Howard Paj ne, respectfully begs the citizens t.
: nccoi the Statute in such
ding to case made and LANMAN. Savannah, Geo. John Williamson. longer; and the land; reserved by law for the use of Georgia, tosuspend their opinion for a t few t i'
provided JAS. A. BERTH CLOT "
Dec 12 1 1M5. I8tf Attorney for Plaintiff.PLANTATIONS Tallahassee, Sept. 20, 1835. 7tf Colnmbus, Gco. J. Djllin ham 4* Co. schools, or lands reserved for military or other purposcs days, udoa the subject of a recent ; rrest within the
------,, Tallahassee, Flo. Thomas Ballzell. \\ili be excluded from sale.
--- chartered litcits of 1 ennesbee bi the Geon! a h .
FUH-'S.-\-CE, Apalachicola, Hiram .:\oursc. Given under my hand, at the Cty of Washington Guard of!\1r. PiJyn iti company vith Mr. Jotui
New Orleans. this thirteenth day October A.D. 1835.
ON A LONG CREDIT. Ross a priiciplo chief of the Cr: erokee Nation iJ,1.Mr. .
Mobile, James Inncrarity. By the President, ANDREW JACKSON.
THC subscriber: off.rs.for sale 640 acres LAND, Fensacola, John ImltraI: ty.i ETHAN A BROWN, Payne of course cannot i identify the State of lt

I lug \Vltlullt100lcs Monticdlo: : 210 acresof The lollowing Papers will publish the above dailyfor Commissioner: of the General Land Office. Georgia wit this gross violation )f the constitu- !);t

which is: cleared and under a good fence, a good i one week, and thereafter once a week until the lion ofthe United States, of the lights ot an American -.

( Gm.Hous, Gin, Packing Screw, Dwelling: House, I 15th February, and send their bills to the office of the NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION: CLAIMANTS.: citizen, and of the known hospitality ot i'

Stables and JS'cgro-Hou&cs.: J will also sell 1000 Daily Advertiser for payment. Persons claiming the right pre-emplion to any of the South strangers. But as :ic is conscious

Uuhels Corn, 10,000 !BJ'. Fodder, two .Mules\ & threes Boston Courier, Philadelphia N.: Gazette, the aforesaid lands, are required to prove the same to that every act that can be devised will resorted :r..
Jlorcs
t PkiiuiUoii Tools, &..c..ALSO Baltimore American, Charleston Courier, the satisfaction of the Register and Receiver, prior to to for the'purpose of endeavoring D coversu& an --t';

'I Savannah Georgian, New Orleans Bee, the day of sale. act from public indignation-""\%he t links It due to ;:: t

t5 acres of LAND lying on Mkkasooky: Lake, and sold wholesale and Re- CincinnatrGazetee, Nashville Banner. General Land Office, that a fuil! and i onest statements /{
**0 of' whitli is cleared, &. Corn, Fodder, Oats, Mulesand MADE Tallahassee, Dec. 30th 2id October 13th, 1835. 13-tf justice to promise_ '. y. ..-!t.I.
Uorccs., The most of the abuve Tracts of Land Frederick county, Md. by C. Herston I :shall be submitted, the moment u ::an ueynepareu.Calhoun
Je rst rate Hammock, and the cleared Land will concerned in the Patent with Dr. Judkins. i DR. STEWART has removedhis DR. RELF'S AROMATIC PILLS FOR 1'E I Tennessee, Nov. 23 835.
The above Ointment is offered to the public as a MALES.-They purify the Blood, quicken its I
produce f,Jon' I VII' JlJs. to 1800>5. of Ci:>tton per acre. I office the \vesiend of new Brick dreula-I I
J>ec.5.Jd35.: t7LVLLIS ALSTON.P !ale and certain remedy for those obstinate (diseases, to the New Maj.Post Wyails Office. tion, assist the suspended operations of nature, Robison Crusoe.What a chaJ m there is in the-
: of which have so bathed the skill of medicoscience. building, adjoining a general remedy Tor the prevailing complaints
spme loop I among of this most Moved cf books! Whata
Dr. particularly; thai those who are indebted I I1 name
requests very
I will a'so! sdl : the female part of society.-The Pill are particularly
Negroes 16: of which and
,
are calls
to iiim !l'.r medical services for 1834 and 35, host reccollections: it up, boyhood
pod efficacious thu Green
effective hands. In Sickness Palpitation of tile
.*. 1st White Swellingsof and Olcersof every long description.2d standing. will make immediate jr)'ment. Those having accounts Heart. Giddiness. Short Breath, Sinking of the Spirits fresh feelings, and spirits undepn .)ed by care or k' '
Sore
NOTICE. 3d Sohirruwr LPgs Glandular Tumours particularly against him will present. them forthwith Dejocjion and Disinclination to Exerciscand Societv sorrow, anti winds vigorous and elastic with the

1.N tlec'ion: fo n'ne 1" irectors to manage' the con- those hardened turnouts in women's breasts which often Jan. 1st lrf.:;6. 21 4w Married ladies will find the Pills! equally useful HZ buoya icy of youthful expectalioi I How it makesus :5

held terns of the Central Bank of Florida will be i limes terminate in ulcerated cancers. cpt in case of pregnancy, when they must not be taken look back with regret to the Ippier limewhen
J u ths banking house in Tallahassee on Monday AN OKDN1ANCE neither must be taken of hectic an enjoyment -
wellth 4th Feloni. or what some people know by the name ; they by persons lo read Robison's strange adventures was
of January next. L. A.THOMSON, Furtler to suppress disorderly conduct and breach of orcuusunitive habit i'rice :$1: 50 a boyALSO.'lime worthy of theGodsand to encounter and
_DeC.t2lt35.t 166w o Catarrhs of every description.5th time ot T l1ahasscc.
Caihiet. the in City
peace celebrated Cambrian Tooth Ache the ULTIMA THULE o 4'
the like was
of perform very
Rheumatic Pain ihejoints.
lilt Inieiidant and Com-
Sec. 1. Be U ordauiwd by
NOTICE. 6th Sprains and Bruises of every description or ID 1'all.ihassce Th..llll shall Pills which give immediate relief: without tIe:<<: least bnyish ambition Grownup! men fix their ad-
ot
I Council ot the ,
city
mOil to tho Teeth. Oa trial this will he fiund of '
one
injury
SIX I months after date I shall: submit' my accounts wnatever Nit situate. the be lawful for the city Marshal or Patrol.who are legally the lJ.cst remedies known for this complaint. Price 50 miru.tion upon great warriors, or statesmen,or authors I ,
7th Tellers of all kinds. In thiacouiplamt patient monarchs or musicians, as
artists
toucher* as Administratrix of the Estate of appointed, when any breach; of the peace or box or or
flcnry B. .L". im;, dccta. xJ, to the Hmi. the County it; applying the Ointment. must keep the )part uttHr disorderly condu-t hali lake plao; in the cit)' cents a their fancy may determine, but Robison is the .f

. CuLtrLvfLeuit County, an.1 apply fur a ducliargr. out of water, of Tallahassee: III Ills or theIr presence, furlliwuh tu None is genuine unless! signed on the outside prin. universal hero of iuvcn lty. He unites all suffrages -

LLIZA: A. BRUCE, Adm 'x. 8th Chilblains, or parts affected by frost.} take such di&ordeily person or pe-sons tutu custody: ted wrapper. by the sole prop t>ton, T. KIDDER- wonder and emulation l lit m 6 up to iGjtheamazim' .
J lily l Stiil It is also one of the best remedies for Burns and the imtnediale successor to tha late Dr. W. T. Conway
835.t96m without a warrant, and if necessary, to summon vicisitudes ofNapoieon'acareerIave not JSi
Scalds. It eases the paiD and draws the fire out in a l.-.i.. .nra... tf... A CICf .hl.ll. .. IP. lIllMll...____ LO Lake! Mlfilgj _. Bersun For sale at his Counting Room over No. 99. Cour. !
W D 4A 11 V "*** n.u.u. -- f -- -- -- .n. j ---- half the interest to school l*> that is awa-
Concert Hall Boston and also his auy- y
NOTICE. short time. before the Intendant to be dealt with- according street, near by special -
KLX weeks after date, I shall apply :to the Honorable For Inflamed Women's Breasts, and Glandular, or persons law. appointment b) (No. 5.) kened by the achievements ofC-; usoe and his man -

the County Court of Leon County, for Let- Swellings, itil superior to any rredicine yet known to Sec. 2.to And be it further ordained Iiy the authority E- B. PERKINS.. Friday. ,At length weare.happy| to say, Robison
tlr$ of Ad""niilral on the Estate J,OUM T. JOHNOI the medical facultyIt is much safer than mercurialof aforesaid that ordinance law of the Corporation Tallahassee. Feb. 22, 1835. 30tf DIDg i3t. is presented to the public in a st vk worthy of his ;.
<> /, laic: vf&iud County. deceased. 4' prepartion of that material,) because it does ar.y lie has been cruelly ab idged hcretoi ie,
any of the city of Tallahassee, conflicting uilli this ordinance Observe that none are genuine without the wri- deserts; !
August CATHARINE ;JOHNSON. not lay tho patient liable to injcry from expose to be and the same is hereby repealed. ten signature of T. KIDDER, on the outside primedwrapper. and published in multitudes of :heap and by no

.-.- .I . 51-<,;imKOTICE. cold. Sec. 3. And be il further ordained by the authority means handsome editions the HARPERS, have
-. This Ointment has cared sores of many years stand aforesaid, That this ordinance shall be considered in brought him out as a holiday viI itor,. that is to say
Where it is or imprudent to heal the Public Notice.
ing. impossible
t'' force after the passage of the same. they have issued a suderb editk n, in.the highest
bone
I will sell 75 acres in Fowl Town external sore, in conseqaenee of the becoming Council and approved by the Inlendant who. nre interested in the settlement >f and elegant
Swamp, DeCatur it will the of the caries, Passed in I | } style biblipolis luxury: with n jraerous .:
I county Gwrgia,-120 acres in cult.atlOn cari.ms or rotten, stop the progress the of this 15lh day of December, 1835 I THoSE estate of Cant. E. While, deceased, late engravings of the f fist quality, most .\
ncwclImfortable increase the quantity ol( discharge, remove paper
10. WILLIAM IIILLIARD infonned that I shall "
ho : are qualify
Jefferson
se water of ,
a new gin on county
a and in tccordance'It is 1
Sever fubsive rmell, and ease the pain.It beautiful type, binding ,:;
failing slrearaThLj Ifroru IntcndanfCharles Executor ; as soon as 1 to Floridr and
!? tract its local Attest as as s.xm get '
lllttlOn Whitlows moreover w-itten De Foe
' cures the worst Felons or on an appli the whole hook as by ,
character of soil is equal to any other Austin, tint: every thin .conneccied with his debts or cosi- !
Lodv of the cation of 48 hours.Itheumetizuis Common Council. attended and wilhotu without ogiiision.or or ':lb tdgem nt. ).very body
Clerk
Aoniv nla.L same extent, east [of Flint river. becomea [19-Swl| tracts, shall be to promptly,
the premiie.\ JO N B JSAUNDERS.InlmilesofBainbridge.. which have stood so long as to taken inwArdly regard to the delays which the laws permit. In the hou'd' have a copy Wit were bi t for old! acquaint '

-- oV.41835. If..tf systematic disorder requires medicine be LAND FOR SALE mean ti tie, all pipers filed with Maj. J. D. Edwards, ance sake.-Eve. Slar t,
in
them Bat most common
to remove entirely. will be considered and attended to, ns the exigency
NOTICE. cases by applying this Ointment externally as directedit The subcriber will sell his ofthe case mayrequire. JOSEPH M. WHITE. Slander. Ii is .soul th t cannot bear anI
LL in old whoa I a poor *
will relief. And even people,
A Wi6011indebled to the estats! of Harris Bur- give Planation,with the improvements, containing named as one of the Executors.Jan. No without itat -
will tho dee decent mau can get. Jilpng
pains base been of longer standing, it ease I _
of Leon thousand It is situated 21 4w
; county deceased, will make one acres. 2d 1836. .
Payment i least that actively engaged in the
to the none are
suhseriber. the West side of the Micasukeyand '
All iboM de-
2fld aga.inst having pain.To sea captains and masters of vessels this ointment on struggle[ ol business Ufe. ,Havr, a bad fellow in'
said
< land. For -
and terms
estate will their oak hickory apply
rate
accountsadm'r. nrfct
presellt is
4tily auLhenticated for paymenL : most be very valuable in winter on or coast it being on the premises to S. *. CHRISTOPHER. your eruploytnent discha rg;him he goes round

.., SIMON very certain iDht.i eft"od.on Cbilblsorpartaaffecte4with ) 21 4Choice and sIandervyou-1eyOUr; conduct'be such as 'to _
T 1'YLOn., Jan 2d 1836. \\ :
'OT. IG 1835.1 ..8w '/ frost likewise. pros yea its qualities in_ allcli create the envy another; ht goes rounkl and

I II matesA Groceries. 'Jnfine'aawesa dltoreWte'would!
ADIUNISTRA.TOR'S/ I large mass of testimony proving the value of this slanders you.-
1JLL.be I has received from New '! not cent for a thu is not slandered;
givea person
just
sold to the highest bidder on most excellent medicine;will be shewn to those who I ,
II l' JanUAry 3<*, at the late residence'' of Saturday Elijah wish farther.information on application to Dr Hers GEO. choice selection of the following\ : articles itaIOW&.1.hat1e: :! is either mili:sop or a fool. No,

a Yariey of Household and,Kitchen Furor tons, otto any of his authorised agents. which be offers low for cash. London Porter ROHKflT. 'UKL1Y, no.,.satnta bad name from a I ad fellow, (aud you

is.l Bix seven hundred bushels. of Corn-Scve- The above. mod.cine'sold by special i l ,appointment ,of per bottle, Old Madeira Wine.Box Cider, Champaign Auctloneer 5* Coinwission lerchant.SALE can easlly;3oso by correct conduct) i it is the only

II n l1.I&nd weight ot Blade1-Fur or five work the patentee and warranted tenaine: No. I Mackerel, Codfish, Cheeso, Goshen Butter, DAYS Mondays & Saturdays. "way; to prorcj.th.nyou. are entitled to'a good entr.
and one Colt. JNO.. TATtiM Adm'r E. B. .PERKINS. DRLUSCIIT.TaUi'uvi Lard, Raisins, Figs, Walnuts, Apples 4.c.TaUiuc 4. .o w j7Vtoi: : Q
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I. ,.*""'..:: EXECUTIVE. OFFICE, ) intended that two-thirda at:, least of'thoxwholo\huml>i er Hof-1 Htlation of the brief authority, "'wuich ati't cum '
-
y 7th 1836. j the members of the Council, should constitute, a, .:quorun, disposed, can practice, either fir;his own adyalCeJn Jtt
G of the Council.Thursday January '
; Legislative
t' Proceedings inexpedient with to prejudice tho "
To the Legislative CouncilOf for the transaction of business, and that it would be design rihts| ef the people *"*y
!i I. with less number. Another objection understooJ_ to be entertaineiadopting .
a
: t ; 7. tho of Florida to organise
January Territory : ',*
r I nominate II. to bo All of which i is respectfully submitted. any salutary and prompt measures' is that P'nst
Richard Long
t The House met pursuant to adjournment, a quorum t
; States,'and not the Territory of 'U.
;. SAM'L. H. DUVAL, Florida,
being'present, the Journal of yesterday's proceeding Judge of the County Court, for the county of Jackson, in of thb Committee.'I. force the execution of those : are bound **
Chairman I ompacts and
.
t \\ Gautier .
of Peter w r
the resinned.JXO. 8
rend. place Mme
: was 1
which ba roused *
the Indians
EATON. Which 1 read, and concurred in by'th.e House. o revolt. Wond *
1lr.'ood notice, that t he will on some future day,, It. was I err l* i
gave Select 'orn.mitlee : grstion: And who is the
introduce a bill, entitled *' an actto amend the several acts Which, on motion of 31 r. Hawkins. was laid on the< On motion of Mr. Blon'nt. the Report of ( i communityh t&e
and St. Canal Company." table. and docnnvnts of John L. Melvinnon, contestin;;! ; Uniti-d; States 1 Is it not the p3opla! within .
of tho Lake Wimico Joeph's "
liunal limits the
; ;' : Also a bill, entitled U fin act to incorporate the town off On motion of l\1r.. Duval, the Ifrtu'o dreg: udjournn i i H. fj. R .rnsty's: seat in tho Legislative; Council, were taken I inhabitants o this Territory' wh"1 C-,

St. Joseph's." until to-njorro\v at 1:: o'clock.Friday l{ from thM ihlr, and placed among the orders of tin stituto. a portion of the great :onfederacyp'( Ua
f dav for (to-morrow. in its; f favors-sharmh in its prot jction: and hence SM *
i Mr. Wood the petuon of a number of the ( _
presenl.ed
. .. )Ir. I lloJInjnan otH-red th'" f tl l'nvn! ;: Preamble and it i $ defence! As well might aassenger or bo rd.J ...
J citizen of Franklin county, for LID removal of the County January S. j ;; Re-I
I his motion, aid on the table for the ;,: ); t") \\It- I foundering ship, refuse to toil fr her rclierand Vf'own ::
Site, which was, on t
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a tI \\\iia >il Almighty Ui oft : safety on tho ground that he was passcnalr
fcscnt. The House met pursuant Jo adjournment, quoiun I U'ljcur.AS, It : pra-t tu! IHHH'r a

; ,} Mr. )Biount, chairman of the sect committee, to whom I being present tho Journal of yrt="s- ;ay's proceeding'; M\pit-: N> fc mi ntr tin ir.ortai: caiocr of the j Htm.I KVRmil nut responsible for any cOllseq fences that might ensue' ,

i! t was rolVrred the petition and acconpanying documents of was road.Mr. : ,rUITI.1 i tnnnber elect: from Ji-tl'-r-son: ct.milyAND : I appeal. to you as those wh ) represent the i impoJtt
i nt
, t John J I.. ?tic-Kinnnn'contesting' tie I seat of II. (x. Ramiy : President appointed\ jHHoujni.; Standing Com: \ WHLuciJs, it id i both! propi-r nnd: In-romm;;, tha'wi i inter* -ts of this: Territory ; and whose vigil ance and

.. i -" mule the following i i muto '> :- :iiove bow ;to tilt drr!..,>.-> tIt Pjovidcu'-e. to C\in'-. I ti'.ity should he unceasingly applied, to carry out raitb; ,'

i ltEPORTt ( Jrrirs! ',T'f., .v I L .tr r'II'. 1M t'tatRITORV. pnhln!; 'ly ourr
' "! 't,.,.t ;." .t!: tr, ,j ;nt toe, to whom I was n-frrrod! 1 tin I |ptai' ; .'\"..'i. (f''I j.'.H" \\ ,i lt..11.! i He it thorHort1! lif- :tv-l, Tji} : tin- :\J"lnhfl>; ff" .tin.. nrr.i..!!*m"nif by which security may be given to

.: -.,.' .J. .h: L. .Vu'\;vi.!.j i'J'I1, c.iiostin rpjht\! ol Ii t._ ;.j '. ... ,," \ .. f. 1.{ :!;i-1',ihvr t'"ulI..il. rlr't (-ir: t'rk'f'; on 'ho li'St! ann I" rtN 'ri".II',2 i |' ; JM I desolated: frontier. The blow which raUao:

".. .II.l ". to rcir..r: : ; :II":..*, .+1"\ 11i: Icjiishiixv l \ i. .jll:..: .\, OnI1 ; t ,1. lit.V d lil\s. i't f.I j\t f ,t f I;' ;'H" J" i l.' r Ih.1 t'> '!*''rt v- 'trt --IM! I Ih) ,",". alit: next be yours ; when the solace to be deuW
, ': \ ,. ......d friini rror construction, and of
It' I supines-cs
nth tiu' d! m- action
: )her \ 'cc;)r.lp"n\!: ruin\ :: .
.I', ,, .. ronvt-rii-d into d and hs
,
&llIhl"'
, Hcport l' I t U' :i irtin. 'I t I'll."l :i I' ; o TH!; .1 tilt- ;S'i' pp ing repentance ror'thoa1

l" That they havo: investigated the natter with all the diligence 1 t. : I" i i.I.1 .'.il' I.. 1| itt I i-h I dill I lilt i |Ittl|(il.lit. ruiisrqiiriirrs' \vhirli may es 11 II, The l people ahead y !are

and attention which the imjortance ol the subject IN IN ..L t &, .!., l'., ... I I filth' \\.rc rc.id, ;and) I Ut11I11111n1 -1 roncurrrd! : in by tru; alirad of their advisors Brave and patriotic they arc D

I demands. It ), that nt tin election held in the Messis.: UUlli.t; I ,!:.;I ;,1....tt+,,l 1 l.u.f ;,.. P.I red tit act. /nul r*>, t\y (? go Mere danger and rf"onli.
county of Walton appears, on the secondJHondny of October last Wood, ill IIX ell\, 1'lic liuLi.x ihi-ii adjourned until to-moriow at 1O O'ol..ol&. tt id only needful for the mode and manner of C\t'i1 r
Holloman Joiii-oi! \ them into service to be definitidy pointed out,
for a Member to:the Legislative Council-128 votes I and cot,
past
,\vere taken of which #enrj- G. Ramsay received 65, and Morton, Kenan Saturday, January 9. rectly understood, and doubt aid apprehension of they
John L. McKinnono3[1 votes. Hawkins. Hunter. The House men pursuant to adjournment, a quorunbeing and of their alacrity, will be at !an end. To you ,*, the'

:.: Mr. McKinnonin his petition, assumes two positions I I __ present, the Journal yesterday's proceedings was: -natter submitted ; and on you must rest all tea P oasib'ihty

why the election of Mi. Ramsay should be declared void. II I BANKS. Ci.v IMS. read.Mr. for consequences that may ens-ie. Should good or eyjt

: 1st. That h* (Ramsiij) has received and had counted ,. Messrs. Wood, Messrs. Duvil, Stephen V. Walker, the member elect from Ala follow, the honor achieved, or the: reflections which ma r

lor him, illegal 1 votes, by reason of which, illegal votes, Blount, Kenm, chua county, appeared, and on motion of Mr. Blount, was arise, must alone be yours. Rising: already! advised that]

he has beep declared elected. Hawkins, tammy, duly qualified, and admitted to take his seat in the House BO competent authority, to meet the exigencies of the' Present -

2d. That the requisitions of the law regulating elections Brown of Jackson, Iligginbotham, A hill, entitled An act authorising the Governor to times abides with the Executive, it will not require

hare not been complied with, in as much as the Poll Morton. Brow, of Jackson. organise: a Military force for the defence of this Territory," any deep research on thu part of the people! to determine

book of the Pea river !precinct, in said County, was not r was: read a second time by the title, when on motion olMr. I upon whom shall lie any mischi may arise. I speak

i : p filed in the office of the Clerk of the county Walton.. MILITIA. AGRICULTURE.: Wood, it was referred to a committee of the whole- lo you frankly, because the occasion demands it. If wit 6-

y l t As to the first point, it is alledged by Mr. McKin- Messrs. Duval, Messrs. Macor, The House went into committee thereon ; and after some t knowledge of the dangers which portend, nothing can

, non, that William Charles and Dempsey Fennel were Hawkins, Brown, of C. time spent therein, the committee arose, and Mr. Kenan 'le done, or is intended to be do 1e by the Council, infa.

j illegal voters, because the said Charles voted under an Holloman, Dennis, therefrom, reported said bill to the House with all but the nation of their determination is i at least important, that:

1( < i .assumed name, and acknowledged} that ho was a seaman Kenan, Taber, title and! enacting clause stricken out-which report was tie! citizens of neighboring Slats: may be appealed; to,to

,' JR the service of the Navy of the Unitee States, and that Taber. 1 McNeil.INTERNAL concurred in by the House. I protect the soil, and give security to the people of Florida! ,*

I : said Fennel was a minor. From the depositions and The report of tho select committee on the petition oj und then tht pleasing reflection nay be indulgedthat others

t proofs adduced before them, the committee are of opinion, SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES. IMPROVEMENTS. John L. McKinnon, contesting the seat of H. G. Ram rot ourselves, have defended ths tire.sides and homes of

I t that the votes of said Charles; and Fennel wore given for Messrs. McCants, I Messrs. Berthelot, say in this House, was taken up from the ciders of the be people from assaults-from pillage, and from burnine

i Mr. Ramsay-that they were illegal, for the causes al- Berthelot, Dennis, day, a-id again read-On motion of Mr. Morton, the t JNO. H. EATON/

:. ,:: ledged, and that he ougU not to be entitled to any benefit Brown, of C. Ramsay, House concurred in the report of the committee.On Which was read-Mr.ond moved that 500 print.2d .

r ,,. from said votes, and that they should be considered as null. Johnson, Iliggkibotham, motion of Mr. lount, a bill entitled "An act authori- I copies thereof be ordered--The yeas and nays be-

It is further urged by1 Mr. McKinnon, that the votes of McNeill. Hollotnan, sing the Governor to organise a Military force for the de- lag required on said motion ly Messrs. Hawkins and

A. P. Vaughan John Porter, and John Anderson,,should Browr, Jackson, fence of this Territory," was indefinitely postponed.Mr. Wood, were yeas Mr. President Messrs. Berthelot,

dso be considered illegal I, on the ground, that they are not ENROLLED BILLS. Hunter. Hawkins asked and obtained leave (the rule being Blount, Brown, of Columbia, Brown, of Jackson, Dennfe,

residents of the Territory. The committee aro ef an Messrs. Hawkins, waived for that purpose) to introduce the following Resolution Duval, Hawkins, Higginbotham, Holloman, Huatei,John-

. .opinion, that the proofs, adduced before them, is not off Berthelot, to wit :- ion, Kenan, Macon McNeill, Morton, Ramsay Tabor,

I ;, .I. Ahat character which can justify them in declaring the said Dennis. Resolved, That the committee on the Militia be instructed Walker and Wood, 20. Nays, nor.e. So said motion
r. votes to bo illegal. The committee must shrink with diffidence And on motion of Mr. Blount, 50 printed copies were to inquire into the expediency of more efiectually ircvailed.

from a decision, or even a declaration of an opinion ordered. organising the Militia, and report a bill at an early day. llr.V ootl, pursuant to previous notice, asked and eb-

I on a question, involving as it does, the boundary line On motion of llr.V ood, a select committee of three Mi. Blount moved that the rule be waived, and that tamed leave to introduce a bill, entitled "An act to incorporate -

: between Alabama and i I his Territory ; a line extremely members were appointed to contract for the Printing of said Resolution! be put upon its passage-which motion the City of St. Joseph-.which was read the first

:: uncertain i in i its !location, :and must necessarily continue so, the present Session of the Legislative CouncilMessrs.Wood I prevailed, and the Resolution passed.On time, and en his motion, placid among the order for a

i lit least until \* is left to ,some other arbitrament, than the Hawkins, & Duval were appointed the committee.Mr. motion of Mr. Hawkins, the House went into secret I second reading on to-day.
tnere opinion of individuals, which if clothed with an official Berthelot gave notice, that he will on some future Session I IOn .
on a nomination for office made by the Governor : lIr.V ood, pursuant to previous notice, asked ;andob-
{ : garb or authority, might have the requisite weight with day, introduce a bill, to be entitled An act to establish: a motion of Mr. Biount, the nomination was laid on the I tamed leave to introduce a bill, entitled "An act to amend

this committee. tribunal for the trial of Slaves, Free Negroes and Mulattoes table, when the door was again opened. hn act incorporating the Commercial Bank of APalacdiolawhich -

.111' It has, however, been made to',ap'r.latJsfactorily to within this Territory." The House then adjourned until Monday at 12 o'clock? >r ] was read the first time by its title, and refet-
i : the committee, that the ]last cb e pitfividuals, serve as Also, a bill entitled "An act for the relief of Paul Meormluk :... fj,. committee Banks.
jurors, taxes and ale subjectiMtmUy'' other citi- or Leon County and t gritn'.the on
:
t pay 11. !
JMonday, January .juMr.: 'Berthelot, pursuant to previous notice, asked and
zms: of this Teritlo; all tho'Mrtben; of its i govcn A bill to be entitled, An act to alter and amend the :
obtained leave to introduce a I III., entitled "An act to establish -
1 and it would }] pecuharlll1l! that while 4th section of an act passed 10th 1832 entitled fhe House
e.t tc niHit, seem they February, met pursuant to adjournment a quorum a tribunal for the trial of Slaves, Free Negroes d
subscribe: their quota of expense\for its support, they "An act to prevent the future migration of Free Negroes being present, the Journal of yesterday's proceedings Mulattoes! within this Territory''-which was read the first
"t.' should be deprived of participatiok in its b'nefits.-It] or Mulattoes to this Territory.and for other pur was read.
time by its title, and referred ta tho Judiciary committee.
I
: 1 that 'I at the las March term of the poses. His
Excellency the Governor
moreover appears transmitted to the House, Paul Me'ormick
'. Also a bill, entitled "An act for the relief of -
County Court of Walton, the Jury Hats were examined i iI in Mr. Wood gave notice, that he will on some future day, the following Message :_ -which was first read by its title, and referred to
I:i'' pursuance to the laws in such cases provided, and that at introduce a bill, to be entitled An act to amend the several EXECUTIVE OFFICE, the committee Claims.

, i 1 that Term of the Court, Mr. McKinnon was one of the acts of tho Commercial Bank of Apalachicola," passed llth January, 1836. } Mr. McNeill on notice tF at he will on some future
Justices of the Peace present, and that these individual February 1834. 7'0 the Legislative Council- gave
day, introduce a bill, to be entit ed "An act to declare the
were at that time on the list:: of persons snbject to Jury Mr. McNeill! gave notice, that he will on some future_ The Message which was submitted, at anearly
'eneholloway River in Madison County.. a navigable:
...
duty within the county of Walton, and that they were con day. Introduce a bill, entitled U An act to alter the time of day of the Session, brjnght to your view, the neces- stream. J J'

sidered citizens of the Territory.As holding the County Court of Madison county. sity of making material amendments to present Militia
your
Mr. future
Berthelot will
notice that he some
to tho second position assumed by Mr. McKinnon Mr. Holloman gives notice, that he will on some future Code. Since then, the Volunteers have returned, gave on
day: introduce bill entitled "An alter and change
the committee are of opinion, that although the law in relation day, introduce a bill, entitled "An act to regulate the leaving the foe, exasperated, not vanquished. An inefli- the a act to District of
Middle
terms of the Superior CourM in the
] to Election returns has not been strictly complied Patrols of this Territory." cient force is now in the field. and hence, the necessity of; Moridii.

with, yet the neglect or omission of tke inspectors to perform Mr. Wood, pursuant to previous notice, asked and obtained prompt action on your part, that the border war, which Mr future
Morton notice that he will some
t all the requisites of the law, cannot, upon any principie leave to introduce a bill, entitlcdn act to amendan prevails, may have a speedy termination. I take occasion gave OK to
t. of sound policy, affect i i; the rights of D I r. Ramsay.! If act, entitled mi act to incorporate a Company to bo therefore, to urge that some prompt and active day, ask leave to introduce a bill to be entitled all act .

l. \ : the principle be established, that unless the .1 inspectors of called the Lake Wimico and Su Joseph Canal and Rail measures may be adopted. Your Militia laws are,wholly incorporate. The Florida Insurance & Banking Company.Mr. day
future
x .nn Election precinct perform all the of law Road Company," Feb. 11 th 1835: 'hich ,,, Blount gave notice, that his will on some
prerequisites passeJ : nil +m !' "' "; to the attaining any useful and salutary results ;
I t regulating Election returns, the Election at such precinct motion of Mr. Blount, WIS; .read by its till.;-placed aniot.I _. '' ;'' .- '.i... effectual means bo: not resorted to, ol drawing ask leave to introduce a bill, to uthorise Thomas Cooper

should be null and \'oid. lie door would be at once openedto the orders of the day fur Monday next, and 20 prints 1 ill 'L.. :.i i..ld, an active and suflicient force, fears are enter- to establish a ferry across the Ei cambia River.Abraham Mill-,
fraud and of+the ordered. Also, a bill to amend an act, a ithorising:
corruption most revolting character- copies tuned: ih.il the Legislative Council of Florida may afford
It would at once place the whole elective franchise in the Mr. Wood asked and obtained leave; (without I Previous room, fur tho malicious to heap opprobrium and censure, stead to establish a ferry across the Escambia WrighUni River.
Mr. D.
.hands of three individuala.! The Committee believe that notice) to intr ducc a bill, entitled An art authuriingthe and call in question its patriotism. Biount presented the petition of B. Pensacola

there is scarcely an Election held in the Territory, where Governor to organize a Military force for the: defend Wherefore, should there be 'delay, in relation to a matter others Steam, prating an act of incorporation for referred the to: the

all the| prerequisites of the law regulating Elections, are of this Territory"Which was read, and on motion of so important, as preparing The forces of the Territory Saw Mill Company-wh ch was

complied with. Tho laws regulating Elections, are directory Mr. Blount, placed among the orders of the day for tomorrow for active operations 1 Already arc the savages embodied committee on the State of the T<<< rritory.Mr. RailRoad

in their nature and if a strict compliance with all their and 60 printed copies are ordered.On in considerable force, and manifest a determination to re- : Duval presented the petition Florida-which of the Union was

provisions was exacted, many Elections, from a variety ol f motion of Mr. Wood, the petition of the citizens of sist to the last, the just demands of the Government.- Company of the Territory of Daal l,

causes, would bo nugatory. The inspectors have not at! Franklin county, requesting a removal ol the County Site, The recent battle which has been fought, and the blood] of read and referred to a select committee-Messrs.
fill times the laws before Biount I; Hawkins, andY ood, wen appointed thereon.
]them or within their reach and was taken from the table, and referred to the committee on your citizens shed on that occasion, testify to a settled
.owing to the sparse population in certain sections of our the State of tho Territory.On and determined course of hostility. While de- Mr. Wood offered the following!; Resolutions :- of
are
'f-Tilu0r/i selections of i inspectors cannot always be made motion of Mr. Blount, the Reports of the Union, liberating in cold debate," desolation and you war gather RESOLVED by the Governor an 1 Legislative Council for
nice and requiai e care as intelligence, qualification. Pensacola and Central Banks the House his the Territory of Florida, That it s highly important%
sent to by along your frontiers, atad women and children are driven. of Middle,
., und competence}: to the prosperity of a large and important portion
discharge their duties
; and Excellency the Governor on a former day, were taken into insecure, temporary forts, to save themselves from i the -
it would seem contrary to;all notions of from the and West Florida, that a law should be passed at present
and
equity or right, to table referred to the committee on Banks. butchery. Encouraged by our supineness, the Indianswill i
ebar} a representative of session of for the ejection of a Lighthouseon
.Ihe his Congress,
people seat for The select committee that
any cause was appointed to inquire soon become bold and and from their .
confident con- also on
;
in which he had no agency, or for a want of a literal com- into, and report the number of members, under the lawsregulating tiguity, may presently march tho Council Chamber the Southern extremity of Cape St. Bias, and
the lawl the upon i one of the at the entrance or the Bay of St.
regulating mode of points
Elec-
tfcCtuWi making Terrrilory: necessary to form a quorum fur which you are occupying. Shall each one, single handed, this JOep'F'I I
the transaction that the City of St. Joseph should also at
of
business
made the following and at his own fireside, wait the assault
forth
nor venture Delivery,
The laws regulating Elections, have Congress be made by law a Port of Entry and
always been con- to meet it 1 There is delusion and
REPORT danger in the thought I be established
trued in every portion of our widely) : a debenture Port ; also that a Post Office should
extended
with extreme liberality and legal technicalities country, That they have examined the laws throughout from An olden fable shows, that while the sticks retained in thereat, and arrangements made as soon as practicable

been is'egarded. An and liberal have i always requires i, 1825 to 1834. By the act of Congress of the :3d: of bundle, could not be bont, when taken .separately, they for the conveyance of a tri-wekly: mail to said cir/
?enlightened! policy March 1835, it Is provided that the Councilof were easily broken. If you would vanquish those likewis' *
; that it should be so.. and so long as the of the Legislative savages \by land, via Marianna, Jackson (:goofy ; and ,
sense Florida shall consist of thirteen Members be and quickly, you must carry the-war to their homescompel harbor ol
people is clearly! known, and its voice heard the to appointed that an official nautical survey be made of the
I and end of the elective franchise is answered. object by the President and Senate, of which nine shall them to the defensive nor \\=ait their approach. St. Joseph and the entrance thereof.RESOLVED ; .

f The Committee had aho be necessary to constitute a quorum for doing business. Promptitude in Indian warfare is ever important ; and That ten certified coj( ies of said Resolution

: ". tm ants and depositions in referred to them, sundry docu- Afterwards, in 1826, the subject was again taken up, without activity and decision onYour part, this cannot be be forthwith transmitted to the Houarable! the Delegate !"J

:'. t, them, is the deposition .behnlf of Mr. Ramsay ; among and then the change took place, which gave the right of effected. Your laws may do: for a state of peace ; but Congress, by the Secretary of the Territory ; and thesaiDelegate I.

,. that be is of Mr. Thomas Albin, who declares selecting the Members to the People, and took it from the they arc net suited to the purposes of war. Are you fear is hereby requested to use his utmost exertieas
a foreigner, and has resided two President and Senate. The only law to found which ful of tho
in the yenrsonly confiding to Executive a right to compel the to promote the objects expressed in mid Resolution.
and
that
for Mr. I1lcKinnon country therefore at the last Election, he voted speaks of a necessary quorum to do business, is the act reluctant and unwilling to discharge, a common, duty to RESOLVED, also, That a certified copy of said Resow--.
; b' deducting the votes of of 1825 above referred to, and that fixes the I to
their
lVilliam Charles and requisite country ;-an authority which some are pleased to ions be forwarded by the Secretary of this Territory
]Ir. and the Dempsey Fennel from the poll of number at nine-the whole number of Members being at consider, improper and dangerous ? Place then the .power the President and Vice President. of the United State, to
Ramsay, vott of
1\lr. McKinoo Mr. Thomns Albin from that of that time thirteen. Since that time, special acts of Con !1 any where that you choose. Let it, if you please, abide head of Department to the Hon. the Speakerof 4,haeach
,
Ramsay still
The Committee have. bas one vote majority. gress have, from session to session, been passed, increasing with a committee_ of your own body., The Governor. un- House of Representatives, and the Honorable l the Senators
q lion after the unitnimoual\y como to the conclu and enlarging the number of Members of the Council, ambitious of possessing any misplaced and hazardous in Congress from the States of(te rgia and AlabamaWhich -
most mature
1"4,, Ramay ilt the eJected reflection, that Mr H. G. without ever indicating, that any number greater than that power, will cheerfully admit the rust into the hands of any were read, and the rule being waived, put OA

of Walton legally Reprelentative from the which is fixed hy the act of 1825 should be necessary to safe depository, which may bo d signat d. His only object their and passed.

live county Council and for tbe'resent that Session of the Leg .la- make a quorum''. Np doubt is entertained but that at this is to awaken a feeling of patriotism, and to inspire,if he Mr passage Morton from the committee ,on the State of the

f from the further consideration request of they the may be discharged period, Congress meant, with a view to safe legislation, that can zeal for a bold: and fearless discharge: of those duties, Territory to whom was referred the p triton erthe citizen

All of which is a.ubject wo-thirds. should be necessary to give force and validity which may give security to the frontiers. But what'sig- of Franklin county,praying a change of their County:; Sue,

u respectfully submitted. to the Legislative acts of this Territory. And it may be nifies those school-boy notions, about. dangers to liberty, r Reported ;that the committee having bad the same under
4 THO, M. BLOUNT, fair and reasonable to that a failure to from tho in im.CI o
suppose: enlarge granting this. Territory, necessary ,authority : consideration, i .had .instructed n conformity.to ,-
JACKSON MORTON the number with the increased number of Representatives, for the maintenance of peace, and good order. Are ,our wl.he of the petitioners, to report a sill. entitled "Aft a 1

Li hOAX Jojansoir, vas an unintended omission. But /of tbis, and the intend- institutions of that fragile form, that every fancied blast to, change the County Seat and place oC holding the Sup e
t G. 8. HAWXuIfl, meets of Congress: your committee are pot called can move them? or is it untnowh to those. of Franktro
uponto are''char
.., .,.,, .. ...t who, tior.add; ,J County Courts of te. our :.
E. J. '
Wood judge-They can only speak of the law as it is, and ged with the, administration of.a1fairs.herei: that.tbeY are and for; other oiir ores"-which was 5rst read and orde(
", Y!, Which WIM read and on his motion, laid on the table. that latr.requires positively no'greafer number than nine to mere trustees for the General Government. ndtbatanyact edfoc olseQond: reading, .. on tomorrow. ., .

Tho following communicatAOO. ;Jrai received from His institute a quol urn, yetyour committee is decidedly and of theirs, if improper and wrong, can be forthwith [To be Qoxtinued ia our next.] ;;

Excellency tb, GOY& or.m,. t.ch. ,;;: WJ'oimouJll of the opinion>> that tyr implication, Congress. scinded 1 hence., is there abundant security. against the > .

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following ; ;
I sentiment" Our bleeding Frontier to,teach their oppressors that they had beads to con- Lord ExmouW fI ,
= : -Protection to ceive, hearts to Iceland. .:.rm. to execute.and svene. Caiucjbr going to &a.To -
FLOBIDIAN the living-revenge: for the dead." Ai the call-of their country they rallied around its escape a threatened .flogging at the grammar I TNOTICE.., -

6th. Our brttkrin of South Carolina and Georgia standard with an ardor never surpas-ed, from the school at TrurOi for having been the conquerer ins % TREREA ,1.11 wife gebecca shick, has desertc&fii .

!BlBgs1TURDAY They have acted nobiy in our critical situation. hoary headed veteran of more than 60 to the beard- pitched battle with one of, his school felloxvs, he I Y bed and board, with juv any reaauit-

JAN. 16.veandY 7ta. The Indiai U ar-It only wants a sufficient less youth who had scarcely mustered dozen }'ear.. ran away and told his brother that rather than he able and just Cue, and ha refused to ,return to r. .

: number of men ol' heart to put u at an end. Each ruan acted upon his own resoarces, and brought flogged for flighting he would! go to sea. Happily this is t foreman all persons from Hading wil m her ..
8th. The Peyle of the cvimty fJ f Gadtden-Disposed with him his own gun and horse and other equipage. this inclination ''was his on my account, Is I am determined to pay of
the to an- to do their duty us Citizen Soldiers.otb. :Thus entirely indulgd; though her ;
InteUg1oa:1ce .-Westop press undeciplined, hasuly assembled, and grandfather who wished in contracting. JAM1 s SL1CK.
e.liSence. jus, receivedfrom The count! Jt.D'tncm-She deserves much on inefficiently equiped, they have in the short space of merchant's placed : Jan.'tl, 18361 23-tf n
melancholY account of her name awl the two months ofc strongly opposed the step. "So
the achievemmt of her ciii- reduced by storm the only :3: garrisons of
Tampa Be "_Major Dade's command, cointose zens. the army in Texas-ihey have driven every hostile Sir said the when the boy came to ,.lllsot jor InvaVds. .j B

Gardner and Frazier's companies, 10th. The Eastern COICutiu-They are entitled to soldier out of Texas with a loss of only 5 killed, and take a farewell dinner with him,' -' are going ug settled bin sell on InJiar. n=
of Cart.
d whichJeftTamPron our praise and admiration. with a loss in killed to send to sea. Do know that THE
one hundred and twenty men, on the part ofthe ecemy ot between you you. youj may has determined to open a House for Board '
Bionnung 10 the lfilh Of Dec. with one piece of llin. Tut county oj LCOH- Ever ready at her country's 2 or 300-moreover they have taken!500 hor- be answerable for every enemy you ki? and ill ing and Lodging Believing it to be one of thc mOlt

bas been surprised and cut call. ses, 30 pieces of brass artillery, with small arm! can read your character, ynJ will kill great ma favorable situalins In the Limed States for

1tj1tery l\ for Camp King, the Seminoles.- l'2th. i'iie Lrgitlalite Council-The laws they may ammunItion, provision, and other public stores, ny." "\Yel, grand pa-pa, replied youivgFellow from julznonary, dispeptic ind numerous personssuffering

at Hdhborougb, river, by lass at this sw.')ioii, we hope will be salutary. amounting to more than 50,000 dollars. Does not "and if not kill them they kill me. Osier's chronic diseases,and obl.ged a cfuge from tho
1D pieceS three mcne5C3pe d, one of whom receded seven I3th. H i/mtM-uud's best gilt to man. and this: say to the enemies of liberty, in language louder Life of Lord Exmouih. "i chill bIastofa.orthmn \,'inter:-he ficlssafu! in say 1M:

Only Many Volunteer Toasts were oH red. The followIng "more impressive than the thunders of heaven, ing Indian Kcytannot be surpassed Ib beauty health

ouDds. # only wcre handed into the President.By Tyrants, beware, man will not be a ilave." MARRIED. and climate, Irttt has never bVesi, kno\i n here. Thc

the engagement: on the W. H. Bewstel-Gen. R. K. Call; our Com.mauder A convention of the representatives of the peopleof On the 6th inst. by the Rev. M r. Forbes Rev. JO- Thermometer aldom below 55 or 56 u winter, nor
: mtllolt ,irar.-Since' Texas have solemnlyjdeclared that the social SEH HARLEY to Mrs SARAH up to 90 in Sunnier and the
S( -Evei ready and at his com- WHITEHURSTall entirely exp> to sei:
ofof always : he
f been 1 had post sec
has ;
) inlenllil'cl1cc may act between them and Mexico that of this breeze from of thc jHtfW
J WillatJC[ ()() 1 n( never want brae adherents In the hour ot"danger. P is dissolvcdand, County. every point compass. fare of ;
b'Jy the Indians. The situation of By it. H. :M. Davidson-Our absent thendaud lei-! Texas has a right to form herself into an indepen- acknowledge the receiptofa nice slice of cake. hiq taMe, and fair, will be as good as tint market will

the main east- lIf the 8t John's, -d southhe' low soldier, Cut! Ssam'l.! Parkhiil, distiuguiihed lor dent government. A provisional government is now : al nand attended I hy experienced servants, with l 3
habitants established, and on the 1st of March next a new convention rooms lit ,either ( Gentlemen La-
t New his active aud energetic services in the battle of \V ith- private lodging or 'rV ".
0fSt. lupine' i-J truly deplorable.( Smyr-. lacoochee.By will meet to organize more fully and eth- PROCLAMATION dies, or Familial he hOlts by diligent xttenuoa and ;

been burnt :nd all the fine plantations. inn the President of the Day-The Volunteers cienth' There are between 1000 and 1500 volunteers By the Governor of Florida. steady industry meri custom of 1 is friends and I a I
I has: from the U. S. in Texas the 1rf
rho..Jnre i broken UP.. Many ol the I they nave given the !bot evidence their patriotism and they are hourly TROOPS are and to the law S. FENCER. i
,
b increasing. The Commander Chief onel agreeably .
that} n e' \ of the in has called enacted Indi:1 Key, Monroe Co. Florida. 23tf
Ule'tJig tall: chimney-corner I raising
Ilie
off have joined the sa- patiiutsio contrary force for
'havebecn carried ,or fr.5000.? They arc admitted to all the of sllfcient f.rt
privJeges the field
tJell'rlles uoiwithhtaodnig.Sent six hundred are declard required for I.T"ASSC1S3A AiNlJ OaClLLA JSAVlUA- !
dISICNeJ m s maII parlies.fnkii citizenship obtain their head rights of lanl besides six months, until .
I'Iie I Indians nre by Leigh alt-Gen. Clinch and the Officers their rations or discharged. Volunteers are TIONCOMPANY-An aim ml meeting
and preferred of"l
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3ui pursued they take refuge in the I thicketsI I unu.tr his tumi/mait ut the Haitit of the .1maxUI a- time the war will compensation be carried beyond in money.the Del b a Norte short ; and if they can be obtamel as earnestly it is the stockholders of this company will tike place on .1' 1

"vi.r .. and fisrlil c.With despe Brave enough fur any field or any loe. in-c' the enemy's and will be made hoped may be the case, be placed under Saturday the ffith day of Jan. at 12 o'cljck M. at the :
CCI'.r they to
which! I aft/rind what Hy U. H.Ll. Davidson l lie healths of the onV* rs inasmuch country Company Officers of their own choosing!-Captains Society at Wusanssa. A general attendance requested -
dead no mallcr uy num- support as their injustice and oppression t7-it.11
nniil tl KV are and soUluro woundcU .n ihcbaiueoi and Lieutenants of as of
*'lipn, Wuhlacoociiee. have alone rendered it Companies, (of fifty men) will be male importance will bE submitted to
niav'bc assailed. It is literally a war ofextermination By James C. u ells-Gen. !t. K. necessary, and the tyrant I elective by the tu., .
Ulf
JlCrs tIe I : Call-A gentleman : Santa Anna will feel and know from blool Companies respectively, and be commissioned stokholdelt ?1 AC It LU,:, Sc'cy. -', }j
boughtexperience J
is entertained of at home, and a :soldier in the 1 eW. after notice of nn election received. The 13 2w
and no hope put- thht although his countrymen nay submit : -.---, _ _
.1 to it, hut by the most vigouros me3S.t'1ffRnt'IIU I to absolute slavery under! the mask and rame of force assigned thus place organiscl will be required where to meet at some G.qRDEJ JiHiJ Li;;ll
; a selection will
FIt THC: FLORIDIAN. I centralirm,-as for the colonists
c time the number of the enemy they have adopted be made for the higher of Officers SEEDS from thc New Seed
In the mean grade to commandthe GARDEN
Mu. EDITOR the facts the motto of their Endant
ures. lullowing in relation to this I ancestors, and with one tniied For sale by rin:
increasing by desperadoes f from other I 1 collected"( voice, exclaim with their Regiments. : i 1
is daily I interesting personage:! from auiheutic' Henry ol immortal memory The number 23. if GEO. LV'MAGrdy'iPhi1ade1phiaPiie .
I required appearing be _
The I :hc saLe "give us liberty or death. wi organised
sources
and
jibes: a nd absconding) slaves. Mickasooky during campaign, may be relied give us ino Regiments, and be placed suitable com Ate. ;.rl

tribe is c.nsidercd ihc leading band of t the I Semihave UcbOi.A on. or Powel, the head chief of the hostile From the Courier of last Evening. for mands.should If, however, they, a greater be received.number than is called :'Hl!!: suDscriberwill receive fur sale, in I few days : l':
noted the appear
Jl0rt; I.!-Tlicy I always been : as mostjetermmedaml Semuuies., Likely to iigurc In history, with Pialip LATEST FROM TAMPICO. But if the number wi for be 2l b..cI! of this Ale, whch: is uc known l<>

ruihkss, of the savage: : race Their of .PUhliuo' ce,I'ekuiasy1 possesschaing ail their Horrid butchery of the 23 prisoners taken from I deficiency must be supplied ''hrough notfrthcominf'ald.the be lhe best article that! can be made, it put up so as : :
noble daring 1111' love I requisition to keep certain tf time
and brave. He is deep ol counlr J with more J\Iehia's\ : Draft lengths -each wrel 1 being
i i-J cool \ a \Ve Officers
C!t. 'f., Pct\eli, daring, intelligence! and perhaps, mor He expedition.- are informed by a passenger by Commanding in respective numbered. The be consta i'ti1
lerocity. is subscnber.wII uly supplied
half-breed, and unites the gallantry: end courage halt bretd (uu latucr an Englishman) of the Geek a arrived ibis mOl fling in Ihe hrii; AiUuapas, Counties. I is earnestly hoped, that this resort may and I it will be sold low. inquautities to suit purchasers. .. :". !
not become and lhat .t
nfthe white man, with the subtlety and cunningofthe Nation and RtdStick 1 rtbe. lu person he is slight whence she sailed on the 17th inst. thai: 23 Amer to repel invasion necessary and, thc will quota asked for, GEORGE LAtNMAN.

I Indian Besides he is said to possess some \vcll!I proportioned and active, complex :arbetlight icans, 3 Frenchmen and two Germans, were shot to defend the Country.aggression, promptly appear _Jan. 16 183G. 23 tf. ftJI

doej ic less eyes, and a remarkable clear and there a f few days previous to his departure. The LAI'EI1l
1 13ro.\n '
Soldiers who volunteer auJ Jark Mixed
knowledge\ of military taclick?, having drilled I ;.\ shrill aid to be from 30 of the Mexicans must da so, under an expectation P :.lHll -
voice, supposed to 33: object S
yearsof was not only to kill them that the duties required of them, are rigidly to. lUICLs,Sup. Shirting \> hue Cotton 1'
Tampa, !lor nnny: years as often as lie thought age. He has brought himsell into notice, and hut to make them suffer as much a's possible b- be performed. No desertion-no disobedience, or hull"Hose, ConJeii Skirts, Osnaburg, a !large assort' : ;.

\fI'pcr.-\\ the bitile: \Villilacoche, he sporied raised himself! his present station, by his superior fore this was effected-for this purpose. ther: guns neglect of dhly cm or will be tocrate! *.; all who em mcnt of aadiUery, London Porter, BoJled. Cider, 'J' ,
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} uniform ofourarm.v, and continued to occupy talents, courage, and amblllOn-not, having inherited were fired within a few paces of their bodies, and bark, must bear in mind, that they have high and important Chamjhii, Old L.P Madeira \Viue. Alexandria ;,
the any title or command.! Formerly he was proud S2g.ir [U boxesj i\l..R. Raisins, Drum's Figs, Barrels
aimed at those vvhiclrwould trusts discharge: and these must be
instantaneous perform
parts not
a convictions position, where he could observe gloomy, and itsJcnt, and on one occasion, in a talkwith tleath-in this cause of CL!. The vicious t and*the bad, if any such Walnuts, half iwrreU M..kere Cutldsh\ ..)lot Bread l..f:
lie i is he de- the late lttintedAgent, Gen. Thompson burst ; way some them present Cheese, GoshenBultcr, and Chains'all
every: movement an enemy not to were shol ten fifteen times before themselves, cannot permitted: to degrade the character Log
of or life became '
into for .al 1
a paroxysm passIOn, declaring thaL the coun- on liberal terms by GEO. LAN'MAN.
of the
:MiibeJ, as every one present on that occasion, will that/ extinct.-Our inform int further army by practising excesses; or indulging "
theirs that
try was they wanted no Agent, and that : says, their in any course not warranted by the rules and articles Jan. Ifiili 1b: 23tf
Lear witness.IVe l.c had better be off; fur this he was arrested and clothes were set on fire by the wadding of the as established by the U, States, for the government of, Sale Kent.

are sorry to ntaerve hy the Charleston papers confined, atterwnrds he appeared penitent, became guns, and suffered to burn off them. Among the army. or f"I"Eor
cheerful, signed thc Treaty, and was released with the number shot, two Tft ACT ot Land situated in Jetfersin county,
that Gen. Enstis, is wholly uninformed both were youths apparently about Colonels of Regiments agreeably to the requirementsofthe A
14 of
east Tallahassee
many fair promues.He 17 years of age. A large pit was then dug, act, will cause an appeal to be made lor volunteers I IllS oi 410 acres. 2UO ".l)
:Ii it) the situ31iiI: of our frontier, and the re&our- then made himself very useful to the Agent and after these unfortunate, but brave men were and to register all who are efficient and able bodied ot which is Hammock, 100 Oak. and Hickcry, and the :
of lie Thickets almost and officers at Cmp: King, perf or riling ballance Fine Land and Swamp, 170 acres.s rut down .
tes l enemy. itnpenatrahlcabound I : many daring stripped of their shoes and boots, 1 hey indiscriminately ana if a sufficient number do not come lorward i
were and 130 is fence with
feats in criminals the mostly ullcr a D\\c ling House
:I every where, which mcy be regarded as Micosukees arresting ithwhich tribe among he troublesome thrown in. A few moments before voluntarily, then the dcfficiency must be supplied by and out buildings aitacued, 1:
was at variance and
made those who refuse
; volunteer. {
draft to
national) fortresses. from whence it is impossible! to for these vicesreceived repeated marks of friend. they were shot one of them an Ameriaan imploredthe The law upon which is now in requires nothing ALSO,

tbloiljje\) them, but with loss proportioned to their ship from the ageit, and gained his entire confidence. guards, in the presence cf a priest, {for a drink more, than that every Soldier operation shall be true, and A tract on the AuscilU t river containing about 480 ," 'J

numbers for several occasions dozen :Suddenly::) he tlrew of thc guise of friendship- of water which was refused ', It will be recollected his All who acres, mostly offrst quality and being vei'- level .
:: on a have faithfully discharge duty. enter the JOHN CORDE&PliiOLEAU.Or
murdered Charler-Mathla, a friendly chief-forced that Media's expedition wes filled out at this place ranks whether Volunteers or Drafted Men will be rorttrmsapplyto .
,
kea InniVii\ to resist ten times their number a in his ultocine to DIL SAML.LAJNGLSY.
as long his followers him ,
to received
join as allies the those who shot learn
Among were we the names required practice and obedience to their Of- '
fidelity
asone survived.. They fan probably muster thousand l1icooukees"hc" were glad to have such a leader, of \\"m. H. Morris, J. Ives engineer, and Mr. De- ficers. These t cannot b dispensed with. To do ao, uloOCt Topala: Jan. 14 183C. 2.i-3m 1

to fifteen hundred warriors, and have the advantage -and knife. raised forJiwith, the fire-brand and scalping mausen, who in a particular manner distinguishedhimself will be to endanger the security ofthe Army. Ry the iNOTlCE t. i

. : ; ofchosing their position, as well as the He. it is suppled, led on the party which attacked with a courage and firmness seldom equaled. obedience laws which g\'cr mutiny such and desertion, anddis- SIX months after date we slal! :submit oi accounts !,1
On his executioners are high and j .
manner ol fighting.-That i is, either in a body, or'' and defeated ;he advance guard of Col. Warren'sregiment wishing to tie a bandage that the orrs him vouchers, as on the estate of Hardy :.:
abontthe 17ih December. round his eyes, he indignantly repulsed them. Do ces, (Commanding) persuades : Vickers deceased tothe Honorable COUIty! Court 'J
detached: parties. The best judges in these self, and earnestly hopes) that the painful duty will
( i
On the 28th he was seen at the head of a band who you think said he, I am afraid to look death in the of Leon cuuuty and apply for a discharge.JAS.J.VICKEHS.. .1 f
be him of be tried for such
140 ltcrs arc of l!lie opinion, that two or three thou rushed upon Gen.Thompson and some other gentleman face? NoI! die the death of a martyr liberty soldicr-like spared demeanor.causing Improprieties any to of this character un-- .t:. t

nJ men will he require! to bring the contest to within range, of the guns of Fort King, and -he then ordered the soldiers to shoot, and on with deep regret,have heretofore been witnessed; ,- WILLIAM. HART.
Nov.9th1t. '
successful: termination, so that the army may be shot and scalped them. the first fire, more fortunate than the rest, he was but the entertained belief was, that they arose from . .I5.Cm ..'tf
On the 31st, be.made a sudden and unexpected attack killed. We told .. 5. -, 'Reward.I
he
did
divided into twcror three parties, and each divi- the are every thine to inspire thoughtlessness, and want knowledge of the conse ,-"-'' .. t
division be whilstengagedLn upon r'under Gkn'b. Call and and Clinch, his comrades with courage and resignation, andto quences. Clemency has wiped away the accusations, T OST3EKtitKCfl at Tallahassee, t common I'
capable ()contending with the unitad crossing a deep dangerous
meet their fate is became men. Two hours and all are redeemed. That those misdemeanors and JLJ leath'erj feSfcEookcontaining between 10 and :
.i
force of the enemy. It is not intended we understand stream, the WiLhIP.coohee-attacking at two points, charges will not arise again, a will be had 115 itfc: | William '1%.
4 and alter before the execution, Mr. D. wrote a song, to the guarantee dollars j. simultaneously, only yielding a desperate '
,to renew oifeusive operations until I an efiioeotfiirce struggle of an hour. air of the Marseilles hymn, which he sang from in the bravery and good intention of those who shall I dollars,Iu tbe.rIday of this month,one nntefor 14 rJ1
be the to the .f execution march to the frontier, to meet and repel the savage I dollars 50-ltjOon Wm: W. Loltin, all several '*
can organized, and arrangements During the action he was recognised by the officers jail place The song was i
foes of the
Country. 'other small notes.. The above reward will be for
: and mm of the regular army, fighting; several in French and will be found on that of < paid .
rfurnishing supplies of provisions at J the pacesin part our Six months is the period service limited the taePocket Book content:!. 1)
his and b lh recovery
advance of after
men, each discharge of Thus has fallen brave ant
Rcwie poin.11'Jcrc! the progress of the war will his rifle, wiping .t with the utmostjcoolness and his paper. twenty-eight men law. But before the expiration of sixty days ,HOWELL, li
; Comment is 1)unnecessary barbarous and savage proper determination on the part of the volunteeis, a Jan. 19th 1S3G. 23 3\v
reQuire ie! presence of the army.- In the mean voice was distinctly heard when his men were flying, "
a procedure, cannot but create feelings of indignation confidence is entertained, that the campaign may be :
usw' we line ca dotiLt, from movements which trying to rally them. and detestatiion in the breast of ended and peace and quiet restored to our suffering For Liverpool.THE J

brc already taken place! that the neighboringcatttwiHgcBcrouily treaty He is of, orprettlis Paync\landing to! be,is ofthe the belief only ,binding that thc cue old, man susceptible of feeling, against their fiendlikeexecu every frontier. The Governor feel that he may securely good and substantiallriish Brig Wi konson, J m t.>|oaJ .
on the patriotism energy of the people of CapUMartin, will port al out the
repose :
:: !! ) forward aid and according to ns'account' tUe time fur I IInners. t
step; lo us in I stipulated the Territory, to suppress this unprovoked spirit of 25th inst. for passage only apply to the Oapt.nn n boardor .
sruicctuin* a wrar, fttr which, the resources of the their removal by that treaty, does not expire for live We are further informed that martial law had revolt of the To that patriotism he confidently to TURBUTT R. HbTTON.CoDlgnce.

Terriiorj arc entirely: inalcq! ua teeTHE I years that yet: and of time.lit says he can fight the whites for been put in {irce-the ut nost consternation pre ap Indias.agreeably the requirement of Received by siid vessel, pieces btst np bagging e ti

length R. vailed amongst all the foreigners-they considering the law, sends forth this Pfudamation, that all may and 30 tons Iron for sale to merchants on as good i

-- their lives and preperty unsafe; indeed the lower be informed. terms as at any make r'. R.ii. i.;

EDITOR: ot THE' INTELLIGENCER in his last From the JT. Orleans Bee. classes people had threatened to rise EN MASSE ( GIVEN under under my hand at Tallahassee Jan. 14 1836 23 tf ,.j,

We are indeb'el the politenes of the Editor of and murder the whole of them. J\\\\ lorcignersarc 1 L. S, the 15-h of Jan. 183G. iUinDLIIsrniCT.-GADSDN SUPERIOR C >URT. t

erys3ffely I asks, "ivhere is the Eastern boundary the Bee for thIollowing.GLORIOUS considered as Americans, and are stigmatized ( J JNO. H. EATON, Daeid G.lla.y, t Assumpsit summonad res- ,

RofIlie first Brigade? and in what capacity NEWS FROM TEXAS.uFreedom's bv the Mexicans as "Infernal Americans." A Governor and Commander of vs pndendurfor.IUOOcamaes
ouU any of our officers appear, or what autho"t.v battle once begun, short time previous to thc shooting these captives Jan.ICth. 1836. 23, the Militia of Florida. John Fagwi .S : tr'.r I i
Attachment for 500. .

:. would behave if it a store belonging to a Frenchman was bro- J
were questioned\ beyond Bequeathed from bUeding sire to sun, defend,int and ail others interested w ill lake

:!It further banks of( the Suwannee?" This is Thu' bafled ofc is surely woi.', ken open, and ofthe robbed Mexican ofits contents by the mob. PROVISION NESTORE AND GROCERY.! I THE of the institution of sat suit and t Ie issuing j,."iI:a 1,

:r-; 'lIly a question worthy to be solved hy Chan Su Antonia, the fortress of the despot Santena, in The report ports being closed have united themselves under the of said attachment, and to appear and plea( to the .tfi]
C.lot Kent Texas, has fallen against American vessels! i ia incorrect; it no doubt THE subscribr& Maner for the of deIaration filed in said case according to the statute i'!
amhhe, 'mipnunderuf it will Peachy purpose es-
[ no doubt originated from the f fact of the port of Tampico in such made and provided.
\ The valor and preseverancc ofthe colonial troops in the town of St. Marks, a Grocery and case ':
nsnalized hy the discovery that an officer were irrcMsiahle. This ever to be remembered event being closed during the time that Mehia was there tabJshino Store. Their buildings being large and J. D. WESTCO'iTfAtt'y Plaintiff.: :

t. JULg: a regular commission in our Militia, loses took place on Thursday Dec 10th. On the Saturday but was Immediately opened after his defeat and commodiousihey likewise propose attending{ to the Jan. 16 1836. 23tf > it

W uihoniyUj2 moment that he, ohediance\ to previous (the 5th) 300 ofthe Colonial troops entered expulsion.A Receiving and forwarding of Gos and Cotton, to NOTICE.

|*: Bperiors, inarches. his ip :he town of San Antonia, under the commandof Conducts fir Tampico wilh 900,000 dollars which they pledge themselves t pay such attentionas firm of C. F. Duerr & Co. was disolved ,

Gfhis! men beyond the limits Cot! Benj. It Milan. They could not at first get of specie, said principally to l belong to merchants will entitle them to a liberal share of patronagefrom I THE mutual consent the first day of JI.nuarr. ;

particular regiment or brigade! As well possession of the public square owing to the walls and ofNew Orleans, had been stopped at Sr. Louis, the Merchants and l'lanter of the Territory, and I I All persons indebted to o the firm, will plea make

3U captain lose his authority on a muster day ditches across the mouths of the streets, each of hy order of Santa. Another, with about 90,000 neighboring counties of Georgia. Their goods will immediate payment to either of the subsriberwhose ,
:*>use he which was likevisc' defended by two pieces of artillery be sold low for cash or produce. As they will endeav- lot the be good until further
receipt same
may be out of the limits of his had arrived safe at Tampico part of which has ,wil ,
The compa.r. and in consequence of this, they occupied some this the to keep on hand a constant supply ofchoicc and inferior -. notice. 'hose having against us, wil pleaseorescnt
been brought to place by Attakapas.
Governor i is the and of houses Here
Commander-in-Chiefof buildings tops adjacent. they of Gioceries and Provisions of every I them forthwith.
!ftILl' Militia ('f ihe Territor3nd. can order them remained battliug unceasingly night and and day, There was not a single armed vessel of any qualities Country Merchants and Planters will find C. F. DUERR,

:3 ervicein until Wednesday the filth, when they forced their way nation at Tampico. The Americans complain a it greatly to their interst tc call. Their Store is now JOHN BLAlit PEACH1.St. .

any part of it, where the public safely into the square, and drove the enemy across ihe river great deal of Ihc neglect our government, their i open. JOHN BLAIR PEACHY, Marks, Jan. 9th, 183 aflif

I require. The oflicern authority continues over into their fort called the "Alamo." lives and property being thus at the mercy tif a I WAI. .

I Iii 'n men wherever they may be while un dulv. In these relative situations the battle continued Mexican rabble, who it is said are always readyon St. Marks,Jan. 16th, 36. 23-tf NOTICE.

ooi pretended that Gen. until the 10th, (Thursday) when the enemy capitulated. any occasion of popular excitement to rob Ibrforeigners. subscribers beg leave to inform the pabliclc, P
J Call
or any oIlier otfifrom LAND FOR SALE. THE this time well provided with
It is to be hoped our they are at
: 'this district, can exercUe authority over By the capitulation, upwards of one thousand yiel. seeing; the imperious! necessity of the government will senda undersigned,as the agent and attorney in Mechanic to carry on tht Cabinet, CI.rul;e Making -
case
!IIUa! of other districts. The ded 10 less than 300. The town itself was surren- THE Captain J mes M.O. Baker, of Pensacola. and Carpenters Business, m .41 its i aiious I 11
taken Intelligencer dered with 24 p.ees of brass artillery, 1900 rounds naval armed i'otcc to that place withour delay. offers for sale the following tracts of Land viz; branches; and would be glad Jo fnrDs4h.clr sericca -

trer 'stronger grounds on this subject, than powder, ball, grape and canister, with the public I Since the above was in type we have conversed The E 1 of N E 1 ot sec. 1, T 1. S of R 2, East. containing iu nnjr )part of the c-oauirj. \

ventured to be maintained by Governor stores of every description.This with several respectable merchants who have received :8U 14-100 acres. f* THOS D.VILSON&Co.

rong, urtog the last war, who a.lmlu.d the ou- gui iuus conquest wa> achieved, with the loss letters from Tampic, who represent the TheV i of N W i of sec 6, T 1, S of R 3, East, Quincy, Jan. 15th, 1836 aj-eowtlstMar., 4'
: r y to order the militia on the part ofthe conquerers of only 3 killed and 30 circumstances of the death of the 28 men who containing 80 3-100 acres. And -

'*ot beyond to any part ofthe state wounded, while the loss of the enemy in killed is variously -I were shot as entirely different from what we have The E iofN W i of sec 6 T. 1S of R 3,East,containing MIDDLE DISTRICT or FLORID*-LF.ON SUPERIOR ::oa.Johm .

the Canada" frontier. Public opin- estimated, at from CO to 150. stated and that the barbarity which our inform{ 80 3-1000 J acres. S. Shepard, )] In Trespass on the cas<.
*>U Dot the law, was against 'him but it But the joy of triumph was sadly diminished by I' the Mexicans this The lilies to the above described tract of land are vs. Summons ad respondent! :m for
.athe 1 ; seems the circumstance that brave Milan the dauntless ant alleges against case as i I
has the and the terms will be made acommo- William (Sajictt, S2COO damages.
now indisputable
some chance of being relieved of i quite unfounded, Our endeavor is always to arrive Term 1830.
ium leader of the storm, was numbered among the slain the Oliver Simpson,t'a- to ,
itOQI which he then incurred, since a 'new He fell by a ball through his head while fearlessly at truth, but when we are compelled to take dating to purchase THOS. M. BLOUNT. dingimd rlhenafle:, |I Attachment fir. $900.

;) n has proposed to establish principles animating his men to victory. Long! Longvill verbal information it i is very ditfculL \e there : At Fisher's Hotel. style, end Jinn / [

cb, If maintained Texas and ihe friends of liberty remember and lament fore give our account for \ hlt without Tallahassee., Jan. ,!183G.EXEcui'ORS I ilL GauetL it- Co. I I
ratter.lpubr. cannot fail to vindicate his his fate. Among the gallant band who stormedthe vouching for its auihentlcy.coniniercial I'th n,HE defendants and all others interesieil will

town were more than 100 volupteers from the A frieud had been so l kind as tohand NOTICE. JL take notice,'of the insiisution of said suit, and

U. S. of lhe South. The New Orleans Grays and letter from a highly resdectable! merchant having claims against the estate of the issuing of said attachment and to appear and .

...' Dinner was.j'fl0fl Tuesday last by the Blues oonstituted a great majority of these, and the us a The conduct of Mehia's ALL persons Goulding, deceased are required t pre- plead to the declaration filed in the said case iccor- :
:zens at Tampico.
of Leon remainder from different of the State of such made and :
the statuj'in
were parts authenticated, within the time pre ding to case, proide.
county to the
Volunteers them duly
whoserved censurable made tent
is they having
the anattack
recent Mississippi. The whole of them were among the troops very wlI be forever barred. Those January 13 183B. 23tf
G. tUCf campaign' against the Seminoles. Gen first and foremost where the battle raged hottest and upon a commercial house when they knew scribed by law, or they ar&requested to make imediate '4:
the estate
'y'Loa presided, assisted by Messrs. JOUN 8. displayed throughout, the undaunted bravery of dis. there waa q large amount ufspecie, indebte t REiJkSEN MANNING, LIST OF LETTERS.
and J.u. payment uVthe\ POt Office at dainty: on
A. B !
aTUELOT- At three o'clock, a cipJined reeulant. ELIZABETH GOULDING. REMAINING
're Com pan}" sat do\\'n to Texas will reward with something more than u. 8, Braneh Bank Riehmond.We I learn, Ia36. 23-8vv-p'd. .Qnuary 183G,and if not taken out
a entertain- 16th
General
sumptuous Jan. of be sent to e -
kiiL.000d 31st next will
tne day
by
cheer gratitude and empty compliments that generous between the Bank of the I t
and that by an arrangement .
good feelings the order will be made to Post Office dead letters. '
were date as -
application
ardour in the of which promptly alier -
teday. so
cause liberty
After the cloth I U.: States and the two State Banks in thjs city, al .lX the of Leon for Bull Rebecca M McPhaul, aq
3 .
Tig was removed, the fol- drew them to her aid, and that invaluable assis. lion the Court for county Dupc .-
:t The ltenlar Toasts were drank tance which they rendered her in the hour that tried the active debts ofthe; Office here are to be Iran letters of AdminUtration on the estate of Munson late Bowen, John D. Matherson, .

CETc-fIc16'--Hcrciiizeiis men's souls. I ferred forthwith to the tater Banks, while thesurnen&d ofsaid county deceased. ASA MUNSON.Jan tJlunt, Wm. McVane, John .

e d dut-tbey will have here- Let us for a moment reflect upon the unprepared' debts are to b collected by the ofc 16th 1836. _. 23 6wAPMI1ISTRA Baxter,John McCuinis, J obI
The continue
a'Mllj P resident or the United States. to do so. situation of the colonists when forced into this war- itself. This arrangeme&t. has doubtless been en- TOR'S NOTiCES Bryan, Joseph McKenzie, Allen
.1110. IL Edon und what have and both for the convenience of Baiter, Edward Murphy. Miss Mar) .
astonishingly
by : our Gut1tTner-A upon they so suddenly, so tered into by parties, I shall accounts
man date present my .nuelCcarnolanJo
reCe4 nonthsaftcr Uuaulebone
'11who IX Bozel Jacob A ,
,
To know hIm. accomplished.hen the dictator, Santa punctual who have been ;
debtor and
"h' thus .acnmmo ( seiUeojent, apply to :
h, Anna the constitution and invaded Texaswith and vouchers or. fpe 2 R-Rnkeo.1rs.1 ary
l11l1 Governor Eaton made an destroyed : dated with loans at the Office of the United States the Honorable the Court'of Leon county, W.
appropriate
etq COncluded by offering the a mercenary army for the purpose of biipgjng Bank, and who would otherwise have been com- from the AdmirtisUator5hiipgf the Estate Gorge W 2
e fohlowiug entiTh the inhabitants un4er the yoke of centralismtheywere for a discharge E- \" L Stephens, Henry *
t fte?"tr People of c loriaa--oo prosperous to ,without [experienced officers, without disciplined pelled, in many cases at a Hcrlfc t meet all of James Hughes dceasedRENBY G-Gibson, Sylvaans r-Tison, Mrs. Martha
and the 6 F. 4dm'r..
4." too brave to decline it when im- soldiers, without arms, amnnition, money, or- engagemenuby nex.U We SIIUIOlS. H-Hebron, Ctur1 Thomas Whiting&JGille].

I,ith. C ganized government or.'any thing else that was necessary understand, also that fi similar arrangement. wit September 5. 1835. .! 48m' J,-Jones, Dr. ThmasiJo. .
nolict a! ClinchA in such a crisis 'except dauntless hearts. regard t the Office at Norfolk, iin progress. ,' jJ OT C'E. Ja kson,'Geo. W.1Jerninghamf Taylor,
Commander who
or the General deserves resist. had before : E. V. W-Woolen, Howe I .
I GtII GovernmtIi From physical inability to they Rsc1ot4Enq.LoitDON rd.t app.i.toni. h. made t W.A'allace ..
K. under the harr&s- SIX Wm. G.Womacb, .
Plorida. C41l--The Volunteef'i and Militia this long groaned and languished hopprable the J Col(or
tp
I ta.t d In J: full confidence in his military! sing uncertainty and unconstitutional oppression Nov. IS.Co the of Qftdsdcn.fsr 'of Dim on' Eelse'f.e '' H.B.letters.
37
county
Archi -
I l tr thi.t bravey.tl consequent upon incessant revolutions of Mexico. The market has revived and prc the estaterof John p. $'!aU, I.tB of- county Kelley' a' above letters will least
Persons >
toast ihat the of bitterness was
wU.dran1c They felt now cup HARRISON,Adm'r. tb
done for ; D.
business ,shipping at de'V A! FORMAN P, M.
: foil to the overflowing. That the rod of persecution C 8a say advertised. f tu.l. ._

jjjjjjjjjdjjerjJjjr; ,_had smitten sufficiently severe, and tbey determined vDceot-1b. I Q\iC Jml1S.: .; r'-' ; J' ff.' ., -



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NEW
.t t. .. : r B. BULL T the next April Term ( NO't
"' 1- J. from N. York '
JAMES JOHNSON BI1KJE. R. HALSEYMerchant subscriber has just received A the.underlined Adthisi\ "__
4 & TAILOR THE of DRY GOODS, among ,
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DRAPER general assortment William' Spear d ceiad .ort
; DRAPER AND TULOR, I which ore Black and BlueBROAD CLOTHS, CAS- and .o for Will pr

; TJLL.9HJSSEE, FLJXxtdoorjforth > 4l lln1 3 E.MERESlEW and of a superior quality. be discharged l.het Ite eDt n,. it aid tte'
FLOKIAA t l'
( ofF. TottleJttotlerin ifnroe st.) ALSO -
WILLIAM
., *1 t w ould repectfully inform his fiends and tTrc OULD respectfully inform his friends and for RIADY MADE CLOTHING- Marianna,October 'SPER', .,

4? ME public that he has just returncdfrom the North W mer customers, that he has just returned from Coarse and Fino HATS, 1183. .
TIN
W:
GOODS in 1 1 with and assortment of CAPS &c. ir---- ..
itu n new And splendid assortmentf ,N cw York, a new splendid ; andSIIOESA .'
I' lu1 i hive. Feeling grateful for the liLeal share of palr.mftce Gt )OLS, which he is now opening at the old and well ConTS and Fine BOOTS MANUFACTORY

.. t 4 heretofore extended to him, he lopes by strict *1HI Tailor ,no :n stand of R. B. h J. B. BULL (recently occupied supply BLANKETS Negro Clothing, THE subscriber would ir.forn the orT'I

u-ulionto OTCT'K a continuance of the SlUlle. by the late H. A. Picrson) and to which he invites Singlt. and Double GUNS. RIFLES, frc. I and the public g:: c that
those who wish to purchase cheap for Cash, to The above are offered low for Cash or approved I re-commenced the TINNING erIT. h L

.. .fltirze' rnd neneral ttusortmtn-l of .IBi Q De. FLORIDA. call and axamine his assortment, which consists in credit at my store, in Monroe st.A.ROVE. business, and is now ready to supply SHE
<2& Q2$ 28 consisting oftltfulloutllg) : FA1.LAIIASSF.F 4 wish to favor him either ;
'* ; $ part, of tile following, viz-: ) whole ale or -h\
I'.luc: black' mixed, green, bottle' do invisible and Blue, Clack Brown, Olive, Green. Dahlia, Mulbcrmr WM. U. FRANCIS, A ent. any article m that line atihort rt llmake

'Ir.lke ncck: do. London and Golden Irown, Plumb, anti Mixed IDm'D 1 :n. concealed violet and victorir.e Drab ll mgo. be on hand a general assortment, U ..: ****'!
Ad dade, mulberry. Black, Iixcd, J gJ.JJJj months after date application will made to supply,
I J upic.. Drab and brown Petershaut/or aver coats. Black, Lavenc'ci, ana bicci-muvu II LO'AOHu .& the Hon. the Judge of the County Court of chant and whole sale dealers, o i reasonable 17 e'*

CASSIMERS. n'ncvv and superb Article, never before ottered in lhlMailed. Jackson County for Letters of Dismission on the Store, in Monroe st. next dO r to Robert*t. jR tt

s it V jiIcJ, diagrral buckskin checked aid printed of 1'ESTIJfGS of every description consisting I' Estate of Andrew G. Mays deed. and opposite Martin and Hart's ttorc ",

I l .-. richest colors. of Black and Blue Cloth superior B luck Silk Velvet I H. HOLMES, Adm'r. ADNA ROWE, Blanufactarerof

BOAT'S AIR CAMBLETS ofarums colors t, Fancy Figured do., splendid patterns, Quilted August 22 2-6rn' Plain U Japan Tin Wart

AJI: Cloaks and Wrappers.TESTINGS.. Silk, do., Merino, Valencia, Chnlliec, Marseilles Silk, NOTICE WM. H. FRANCIS,Aren
a new style/ of English. : Fane-'Silk, do. Tallahassee, Dec. 19th 1835 J92mNOTICE. ,
t IX weeks after date I shall apply to the Honora- -
silk fi lU'silk Velvet, ALSO, A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF : -
t I Splendid English figured DIUECTIONS roil MEASUKMENT k tile Judge of the County Court Jefferson for Letters I
i ri; -:h Velvet, figured and painted CbaJo, iutcndcd duiltjn for The Height indispensable. R E A D Y- Il\.DE CLOTHING. Administration on the estate of John Brown, A LL persons are heieby ftrewarned from _

", P'lusjs, plain and figured MarsaiMcs, fi-ocade 1. Round the chest uudci coaU deceased late of said county. 1JL milling trespass or waste upon the Land,
.1 ;., figured Weltings, 4-c. Buff Casaneres, Stockirifit ) 2. Do. Waist. Among which arc the following Articles, viz- ALLEN DROWN. other improvements on the trict known aiPH 1lt4

expressly for parties checked, strpcd and plain 3. From barl- ram to elbow and knuckle joint. Blue, lack! Brown, Olive G"ecu, Dahlia, Violet, Dec. 19th, 183;). 9.Gv Purchase; and particulaily! from rernynn* tut iIlt
I'n-iinoCascmcrcs, different coluurs,socks of e,eryi 4. Round the thigh. Mulberry, Green and Mixed Dress Sf Frock Cuats- ______ destroying, or otherwise injuri ig the titn&'r

.i.. cription, Linen and cotton shirts, bosoms and col- (I. Round the knee Steel mixed Ocer Coats, German Camblei Box Culls, NEW GOODS. land, unless by special leave fram the proprietonar oa tJi;

\hit;, Gum Elastic Suspenders, linen ind buckskin 5. From the hip-joint to the ancle. [lined with merinond silk, quilted throughout P. new arc now receiving, and will have open by their agent. THOMAS DALTZELL

iJUvcs. merino and silk Hoes, half Ismbs wool do. By the above scale'of measurement crntlemcn at a and) supert. arliclc. Superior Blue and Black Cloth WE the 15th inst. at APAL/ CHICOLA, a general August28 3lfADMINISTRATOR. gei1tfrthp7..

:: : ))1.iJ nad plain silk' Cravats fancy Haidkerchiefs of distance may be enabled to far ward their nicastues,, Cloaks lot Gentlemen. UI.ldi. Brown and Olive. stock GOODS, to which we invite the attention S -
NOTICE.
Nell Drawers and :shirts flannel Green dofor Ladies'. Blue Bhck and Drab Cloth friends and dealers generally.-
S v -:y description, which will ever meet with prompt attention. of our Dormer months after date I will
1 :nd cotton flartncl do, R. HALSEY would respectfully inform, his customers and Cassineie I'ants. Black Mixed, Lavender and I Prompt attention will be given to aU orders entrustedto SIX vouchers for final ..it present mcm my aecounq
,
READY MADE CLOTHING. and the Public generally, that he is CoUhiIlU- Corded Bucksin do., Blue. Black and secl mixed Sut- .I u. HARRISON 4- UANEY. 11 enon. the Judge of Uie County aM inni 101
and"l.1in t illicit do do Humid) Jackcls. VliliTiS of nil descriptions November 1st. 1833. ia-3ui of Lena ll .
Threes and frock coats, Pantaloons, figured big the Tniloiins Business in" all its lirancliei., as discharge from the administration of the euii.
silk velvet ,vcicutia clotli, silk, satin, and plain succc:ou N. Cu., at L Bint and Black Cloth, Black Silk and Fancy NOTICE. Willoughby! Whitchtirst, decea;ed. rf*

.111.1 figured marsailks v&ts. Goats hair CambletI'Sualtsand his old and well Known Stand, on Jetierson .street:, Velvets o'all Patterns t. Figures, Quilted Silk, Black SARAE. WHITEflij
: : } Wrappers.- Indian Rubber over coats, opposite thb Store of Air. Don ', where he iSl'ccci\- Satin, English .' ilk striped; do, Buff, Challice, Valencia SIX weeks after date I shall apply to the Judge Dec. 19th, 1S35 19.6m wADiMINISTRATOU'S

Kvnck cuats Wrappers and Leggins. ing a fresh upjily!, of Icnllo, ami all the most approved patterns that the County Court for the Couniy of Gadsden, -
of Silk and Furred J arc to oe found union? the latest importation Also, for Letters of Ad ninislration on the eilatc of Elijah -
full QQ1Jg NOTICE.
sunplr
Also a t4 W
4 ,S-CAPS &c. a lar o assortment ef Fine Linen Shirts, While &. Red W. Sweat, deceased. JOSEPH H. ADROOK.Dec. .
i H.\ [ of FahionahleSuperfmeCLOTH.CASLMEUS i GIX MONTHS from this date, I shall
: His cloths were imported fiom the Western part of Consisting of splendid assonmcnt' and VEt INGS, Flalld do do. Drawers, Stocks, Gloves, Silk llandk'Tehiffj 19th, 1835 19-Gw administration account of the estate of Allen preleUq

England and he will warrant them to be equal to any of great vanety, colours and l s'ylc, tosrethes- witha ,, Black Silk Cravats,dim Elastic Suspenders G. 11. & T. E. LINDENBKKGEH: are I dy, dec. to the County Court of Leon, and MeQ-
( this market he AV ill also warrant them lo ::lik, Cotton, and Worsted Hosiery,{Gentlemen's Fine I be therefrom. F. B. ap..a,1o
discharged
If nought to complete ssotmcnl uf FANCY All I CLERStocks receiving per schr. Chase, from Baltitioie, and daily WHITING, '.
the I'eavcr y/.7Ti' Satin Beaver do Youth's Satin Beaver
immediately on : ,
I": frcs.li, as they were purchased of the latest style, Cravats, Gloves, Supcn- expecting by other vessels, a general assortment of i St. Marks, Sept. 26,1835. -6m
andc do Fur Scal Umbrellas and article
f .jival of the ?ckei from Liverpool, onsequcntly Caps, every 1-
p ders Linen Dress Fronts and Coliar Hosiery, GOODS of Groceries Goods Shoes ----
consisting thy --------- -
hand. He has in his employment which is needed for a Gciitlctnan'soulfit.J. 1i ---
i
I tint injured by lying tn Handkerchiefs. i f Pungee Crockery Hardware Farming <$-c. MARKs
the best of workmen -and he will make up B.T!?. would also notify th.\l'lIrin! ; the past Summer i
f. Likewise a general assortment of Fashionnblc and I &c. All of which they offer for sale lovi for Cash or subscriber having rer ted that
work in the best manner and at the shortest notice.- durable helms been engaged in inamif-'Ctnrinjj the abovearticlcSjdrsigned THE large and com,
f attended to. : for this market which country produce.Nov. Warehouse formerfy
from the country punctually particularly occupied
!t All:. orders EdD Y-..!")DE CLO THIJVG. 7th, 1835. 13-tf Judge Crane. takes this opportunity of b
for and be inforjn
Xov.21 1835! 15-tf rlicii'ness durability, an- not to surpassed
Consisting i of Over) Coats, Cloth and Goats Hair friends and the public generall r, that all
by any III this section of country : and as the work hag I oodutoM
I i. : ; Camblet Cloaks, Press amlFrork Coats., Co.ilees NOTICE.THE with him, shall have his btricttat attention
= iyi\nNIsTRArowsNo'rIcE. i been luodr. up under his o\vu inspection, he can with nd tk1r
Pantaloons and Vests of nhn"st siyle; 01 i
every some degree of confidence, recommend the same lo UNDERSIGNED having purchased the entire orders will be attended to wit' promptness and du
Six months after date \vc will apply 10 the Judof tgc :' goods and fashion Also Linen and Cotton bhiits, those who \\ I isli to pui 1'liat.e a first rate article. He interest of Mr. Gideon Emory t.ie l\1erch ln- patch. ED\tlK W. DORSEY.

i the County Court of Leon County for a dis Nett Shirts, Drawersc., ivc. would! m-j'tly add that hiiiClulhshavu i been punhasedlInlllel1JaIcly I tile establishment conducted under tile firm of Bet- April IS 36tCNEW

; cliargo from the administration' of the estate olVrn. r, The Suli.scnher ha.ingon hand a largf and \vell] from the Importer, and uc from the la- ton & Emory in this place, notifies his friends and
S : I laid in stock of Goods, will guarantee to furnishthose customers that he is now receiving general assortS GOODgTi
Ball. dec. late of said counlv.f test arrivals.Tallal.assce. !
; favor him with their!
who custom -
to
may please Goods selected hnru-elfwi.li
melt ot by in Boston
J. C. HALL care '
f. :! "Win. HALL, with any article in his line. on Ihe lowest t terms -.--...,..October..-.--.-12.., -13.. -...-..--.-I2-tf.-..---- .---- New YOI'Iand Baltimore, and offers the same STAPLE It. S. MILLER& has just net W(! a toaplrte Stir
FANCY
: Admr's. for cash or pro.nyn payment, and humbly solicits., abe S ltO\\\) D' TOXIC l\lIXTUllB, at reduced prices at retail, at the staml occupied by. will sell low for Cash QQ whitHeo
.:' hopes to merit, a generous >hanot patnonag.. the late fiirm. ALSO- Coltor or approved credit.
Tallahassee I8lh Sept. 1335. GifJSUTKJE. Tallahassee, OctoUr 1st, IRJ: :. !J.lf> AND Tallahassee, October 31st, IS33.
ilizliCo.slivc Pills.Ix Expected daily per brig "ilarmon/1, direct from -_______________________________ 12-t
5As:: the suh-cnber keeps constantly in !his cm- Liverpool, on consignment,
.. f the
(< numerous
ploy steady and first rate werkmen, : will guarantte consecpucnrc! attempts to palm 30( tons hammered IRON Watches, Jeve1ry, &c.!
imitations of ltc\\, 'S
f months after date, as Administrator on the to execute all orders at the shoitest notice, in tlicmost ) ) \II valuable Medicines I :30 Crates Earthern WARECOTTOX

SIX of Henry Murray I shall present my durable and lashionrble Mye.! It. IIALSliY .. on..,..the Iuhlie-lie. .has..,,dcti rmined.. to.confide. the_ 180( pieces BACGI'. THE sub sciberhujlUtre-
d H,_ __ jO_ _.I __ _..dnccounls ".,1.., .". '''U'.1..1..;' '.'. ."-- """....' .i.. .lit1'u.u"...t,. Ul-S ,1.LOt -- -- --- aii rneu from New
; aim vuucnvia: seluemuliL. ---- j'IIL' York
juiSt. 1020: sacks
I fiom whom ',OIlC the g'-nulne articles be Liverpool grouud-S-, wIth an extcnsive
AdmV. country cap
G. G. HOLT, Sib which ASSOrtment ( I
E he offers at whobale Merclants J\\ -T T'v c
at
: or near
; had, and to guard the more elle thc Goods in his line
: Marks, July 18 19Gm. i". -- Uially against im- New York prices. ,JI which k Of.
", lu'S": inns of unauthorised I venders; he has instructedhis fers for sale on
Cotton accommodating
:, : jt F agmlsin BII"lolIcw York Philidclphia, and purchased as usual. 011 0\\ terms. His purchases were
EXECUTOR'S NO ICg. % ; TURBUTT
I. BETTOX.
Baltimore, to 7/1/7Are no sales to merchants and others of '- mostly nade WIth cash
months after date I shall accounts : : Tallahassee, Oct 1, 1833. 8tfYSPEPSIA" ; sad ie
SIX present my lilY of the Medicines to be carried Smith fur sale a vain.Laigc belIeve he can sell as good bar-
r or.d voucheis for final settlement, and apply to \ - (piantities ota pernicious article in imitation: of. I AND i IVER-COAIPLAINT. gains as can be bought in this: country: He would
the Hon. Judge tf the County Court of Leon Co. the Mixture have been Dr. J. P. PETERS
L genuine nianufactuied by Lucius Professor Phyiiolopca'.Me'ilicine pal ticularly rail thc attention ot purchasers to bisscrtmenlnf'flJTh u
j for adibcharge fron the Executorship of the Estate A1ukwTilDY '. ComstocL & Co. of Xew York, and sent'lo the who, for several years, has devoted his entire 3 AND gJm.TTO

: of John K. Campbi I I. deed. C South fur tale. The name ufltoiclunil instead of Row- attention to the treatment of chronic a inveterate diseases jy: .ISISg lo the selection uf which he paid purutular r

1. FRANCIS Ex'r. : Nr md, is on tl.e bullies of the imitation. The genuine has succeeded, by chemical umly.is and syn- attention : Among his Goods arc the following (

-August 2-Cm fsz t El c t article may be had of the following! persons, wto arc theses! in forming a combination fron1. several proximate artirlcs, viz: Gentlemen and; Ladies GOLD LEVEB.
!
) Storing & Shipping of Cotton. : '-' t inconly Jgfnfsin this part Florida! and Georgia.E. vegetable principles, to which hf has given the WATCHES, Gentlemer S ilver Levers, Plain and

I : .. B. Perkins, General Agent, Tallahassee name Medicinal Stomnchicie et Hepaticie ; which has Horizontal Watches, Swiss Valches at very low priI I C
: i: STUItGES will attend to Storing and r "ii=;" ""- William Kcrr & Co., Thomasville, 1 proved far more efficient than any remedy heretofore ces ; Ladies Gold Neck Cha ns, Gentle'en'. Gwrf I

: j J Shipping Cotton:they will also}advance on FULL supply of Lan reths' superior Jnmcs C. Ecelcs, Quincy, discovered, in curing those distressing maladies ol and Watch Chains, Seals anJ Keys, Ear and Finger
; garden
, Cotton markot entrusted in the United to their States care for .shipment' .to any will A herb and flower seeds just received and wni rented, Kerr& Stuigcs, St. Marks, mind and body, which arc generallycotnurehende/ Rings, and Bosom Pins o'M rious oatterns; a grtai

L t or elseWfiirc; and fresh ; by li.II. PERKINS.Dec. Thomns Alexander, Hickstovvn, del the sweeping terms DTSPErsiA. ana LiVER-CoM- variety of JET JEWELRY gold and silver double
purchase at cither their Stores hf Tallahassee or St. : Ifith, 1815. 30tf: Darius Williams & Co., Alontictllo, TIGHTS-!i is likewise an nlmoatccrtfllh. .cure for tnlargementof und single eye Specials, ext!ra e'atscs for do lo nit
i t I L '!ark. Oct. 4Ih 1 ';1934.; ((8tf) Golding l Folsfun, Miekasooky.I the SPLEE.V. ;t-v: all ages ; gold and silver Thimbles! ; Alabaster% t&I

: -- TOWN of St. JOSEPH. I The laid l (ill::. B. Perkins will be on all the bottles Among the symptoms of DysnepsiAnd Liver-com Ebony CLOCKS, warranie< to perform well,' good

TREASURER'S NOTICE. I{i sold by the above n ents. plaints, arc flatulency, sourness or burning in the stc- article, at low prices: An ex client assortment of ail

TREJTUREWS OFFICE, LOTS FOR SALE. Tallahassee, July 7th, 1837. 4Slf mac h, melancholy irritability, disagrcablc taste inthc vcr and shell COMBS ; n.volving plated Castors

I r. TALLAHASSEE, March8th, 183;.. \5 THE Lake Wimico and St. Joseph's Canal Com mouth; great irregularity of appetite which is some plated! Candlesticks, i'nufien. ancTrayi; M use Boi

I ttp B.Y an act passed 21st November, 1829, .ItS. provided having contracted for the construction of a LIST OF LKTTEUSEMAIXING times voracious and At other times greatly deficient: cs of all sorts ; Accordians ; Flutes; Violin Strings:

: thai all Bonds executed by Auctioneers Rail-road from the Bay of St. Joseph's to connect \\ itli I I i in the Post Office atTallahas- thirst, fetid breath, nausea, weaknessof the stomach.! Ladies Work and Fancy Bo
jJ.. ehall be forwarded by the Jud;e of? the County C.iurt the river Apalachicola, via Lake Winicn: -uUo t for I| see, on the tbiity first day of December and eructations, palpitation, drowsinjsss I irregularity Salt and Musterd Spoons ; soup and Cream Ladles; a

i'/ ,: to Treasurer of the Territory Florida; and that building wharves and warehouses, at beth ends of i 1S35, which if not taken out before the 30th day of of the bowels, pressure on the stomach Sugar Tongs Pap, and I essert Spoonstf.Gente!

all Auctioneers shalt quarterly in each year commencing the road, 'o be ready for the transaction of business Much ld3G, will be sent to tiie General Post Office pain in the head, dizziness or vertigo ; confusion of men's shaving Cases: An alsortmentoCUTLERY

f on the 1st January, transmit to the Treasurer I by 1st December next, have hid: off into convenient as dead L ltrs. mind, attendee'with the loss of menory, a gnawing : consisting of Ivory handle K rives and Forks; Rogers .

1 I under oath, taken before some Judge, a copy of all t lots, the ns\v town of til. Jo c.h's: on a beautiful elc- ., Parson W Attains, R C A lien. .i, Samuel Ander-- in the stomach when empty, chilliness affection 01sib"t best Razors, Knives and Sis sors; Best Needles; Gold

) sales elKcteil by him, with the amount and at what valed plain, about half way u.b t the bay, on the Eastside j. son.Itev Th
1 time mid place, and for whom the s.ime: was made- 1 at i the j point vv here the ra i -i oul will tciini tia ft. ", IJciuy C -Vihton, John E Allen.li languor, disturbed sleep, cold feet ant hands, tremor. Pocket Bonks; Cora), an 1111 other sorts of Beads:

i Now, all Auctioneers arc required to take notice of i Theharf to IO carried nut; to I 17 feet vvafr, mul "lli. .on BIOVVII, Benj.iniin I Brown, Jason Brin- Ul.\siness in the throat, cnugli, pain in the side oJ Good double barrel Guns ; ?islok; Cloth, hAir.shaYi .

, j bait Uw, ant conform to it, or suits up.m their li'inds I the rail ro id Hack to <,\K'ud] '<<'s tinrxticnic end "f i:, :I .-n; iiganolu! i, FlizA; Unt: -c, Martha Bloxham.I breast, &c. i ingand tooth Brushes ; Pi< miss' best shavin Soap, j

must be insikuteJ Judges,
,'I.3 requested without delay, to t forward( pioperly! certified the cars. i" Bunny, ('hitI! Baker, Stephen Boon, iacob Bul- I.I."I' stomach, liver, and heart, terminating in Drpsy,Con.sumimption any part of a Watch, Jlusic Boxes, &c. thtl5 i
:ind approved, the Bonds of Aui'ii-mcors in their I Apoplexy &c.according to the climate hab deficient he has employee! a Gun SmiM from the
postcssi.'n The lots in the town .nf St. J" i'j//Ia \vil! be .fli ml ', Tl 1'itadiord: John! Blocker, MOSLS Bryan 2 ,
l.i C 1.ltLIS[: AUSTIN, for sale at public alle-ttolll, 0" u.t: I 1 lib I nf I |)rr('mr : Or. oryiD.I IMackic, FhilipBIouut, 3Iary Jane Barlow;, its, .tgc, sex, and temj erarmnt of the pitient. North who has just arrmv. d ; and he confidettlj .
131 I tfj Treasurer of the of I I II Prepared by J. P. PETERS, M. D., Milledgeville lieves. with his ussistaflet nd that of Mr.Bryant 'w
UVrnnry Florida. ,
next. Terms, J cash, the I Inland-I I hi(:(: equal h p.mcnts .'}'- : A.nd Uovvzer: t'.lIwoIJd I Biidsall] 3 nines Bryan Jr.
I : NOTICE. I for winch notes will Le rtijnnciJ, at I I-, I and J 1 n! LilllJ'J..y, Or Edward Bradford.C Inventor and sole proprietor.Testimonials. the Watch Making line, that he will be able to do all .

i 30 months, with interest fiom the .j.ty III -air: Title i --A.aj (. .ilS Uoale, \\ III I 11 Carter, Elijah B Clark .-Numerous certificates might be ad- work entrusted to him, as ull.1nd as cheap as. i can .

t : Six; months after dale I will apply to the Honors bends will Lc i issued by tlicotnjmiy; t- I ilic ,H.I ,-i.as. : .I ]e.j F LiIlIan, HCII.I y Casey, Elizabeth Cannon, dud relative to the extraordinary cures pcrformec be done in the puntry.

4". .l ble Judirc of the County Court of Leon County on their comiilying with the t, nits of 1 sale, .t mid a l Ii.i. I I en A V..l'r11', : CI p lIly, Jacob Catr, Harriet M by I tibing these mcilirines; but the ml bowmig are thought He will continue to reeve additional wppHes of
t to be di"clj the sini ole title executed when lie I: iiisialu.eni 'I C.oxvell WinV to satisfy the minds ot the Goods the .
rge4l from administration of'I I the .- I : :t ii paid Cn UII11'! : ivcluruh: M Chri:iman sutcirn most skeptical : throughout seas in.

estate Samuel Urv.-in, dereased, Lie of said Co. 1101JEUT liUVEillUUE I ; '\' .'t Hi 1: .Ij l F (Jii; ipjM Ii, F F J1.\ k. From ]) James Eutl .'.ltIioiof, the Mulical Compan F tEDERICK TOWLE.,:. C
L. W.ivi.J.C.. JJ-Mido Ann JJavidsoit i Tallahassee October 25'' Ii 1835. not!
C. _
LEAH BRYAN, admr'tx. li.unptoii; J Do) cl4: Geo. or Physician. L
: Tallahassee, Ifitli Sept. 1835. f Gtflilanchard St. Joseph, Ocut.crlt, IV:* > I l-.Jw!; I'. i iiini.--) 1 ilo'ii! :': I )I"I..I is' William Doylf, LuuisY NEW-OIU.KANS, Dec. 20th 1831. '

UnliMis. li!< nigu Divain-, Edward Dickson, James To 1 hul il may COIl CI 1.- 'his is to ce-rtify, that J NO'j'ICE.
i : & Hider, SALE 01LOT& .'u i i..1h.. 1al"I' UtvvKiiiN i Airs: H i civil Daviilson. have witnessed the operation; oj Dr. Peter's Medicina T subscribers having established a CIGAR( .

vs \ In the TOWN of ST. JOSEPH Beiijan.iii LdvvuuU I Kratu'is Epll'lrs.. Mary An Stomachicr ft Ilrpaticcc in a number of very obstinate MANUFACTORY in Gadsden CoiiaL7.-the
p.. Ogle iby. NOTICE is raiiM, Jlli.1I1. !I' It'H.I J.ilm Franklir, jr. Dyspeptic and Livc-r-alfrciionsoi* long SUmdinglikc- da, within two miles ofQu ncy, intend to carry on
r to all persons interested that! the above suit herbey has given p o s T P o x i: J> ii.o,. J. Uieo a 4. At fl.tl1 Uiunni, 2, Arthur wise in several caStsot the enlargements' of thc -pleen business extensively; the/ will fulfil orders tf the C

,1 COll1nH.ncnLy\ attachment on tiC following been The Sale of Luis: in tile'Town UlIlIlI1, c;&.8 Kiusil 1 v Uciuld'! Kenan fy (Jilehnst, and its affects were truly astonishing. I have no hcsitalion shortest notice : Any quai.thy from fifty to one nffl'| 2
J: levied on as belonging to Elihu Ogle by, property, ItoLeii Gamble, P J U niJcl Utter Uoiicr, G re. in declaring! it the most vaiunllc tired thousand can be furiished: And they WW'their.sclvcs Oi
viz preparation
1 ,
p 1 yoke of Oxen 1 Horse, Saddle and Bridle : 2 Cart I ot ST. JOSEPH; : h.-slKM. p.." ;;"'11' d I mill thi 1IIId.: 1 ).IIicl! Ciantt; Carnal, William Garrelt.dm for those distressing ail men ti that has ever come with that their Cigars cannot be surpassed, "
and Calves and Cows 18th of January IK-JCI, \\ !1,1 u they will thc ? "ii Haw in && ****
jIZLC h km"
2
one-eighth of Land, in Mis.I i Eir/.iitili: liowan1 Andrew my knowledge. JAMES EWELL, M. D. equalled, by any made in Florida, having t
the
range: 1C North and East, being the West township half 2., same terms as tln .elicu t t"l .-atlvi-riistu.. j I .William M lluiitcr( J. Iliggcnbotliam Wilkes County. Geo. Jan. 1834. workmen from Havana ai d the North. and good a aterials.

'. ter, section seven. Win. M. HUNTER quar ROm-.Rl'1 IJEVMMDUi! :, IWi.: ];,' )!It .'I Haiiison I Edgar I UuiJ&Kuper I l.saac Llainilion, The irdersigned can bear testimony to thesuperio'efficacy } JOHN SMITH {CO.

-ScJt.12,1835.. 13.13w for PJaintifT. LakeYimi!(i & St. Jo,r1's; Cau.ii 1 Company.: : VV D lIan'isonlnud IlaysM D R lIarri on11lJiJcl'l of Dr. Peter's Mcdicinae Stonachicze et He- October 24, 1835 11 tf -

FltESlI St.Joseph's. F. JS'oV. 10, I S..k: I 17-11UJan.I( j., : ''witness, Isaac L IJnin, Edward Houston' pan&in the cue Dyspepsia and Lirer Complaints -

DRUGS, WINES : weeks nltcr lute :Atail Coilr l'tcr Harris, Tlios. L Hall, L R Ilarbour2 from personal experience. WM. G. JOE1NSON. Cheap Cash Store.
( ,
: SIX "j 1'.IIIllun'Jlj/ be made to
Surgical Instruments, fyc. i honorable the Judge 1 of the County Joint fur Finning Huh, Tolly HendersonJulni in !parcels. P's Medicinro WI'h full Sumachicae direclions Hcpelia: arc put up HE subscriber oners for sale low for us.e}
for T
the of Gad dcii Isluv.Tlios. usiig. From
HAVE
county furLcticr.
of Adiiunisiialioii one FshionablcZflSGoods.
.tv just
a of
I Drug*, Medicines received and a full supply of fresh I on the estate of Elias ''jarncs, late of said county deceased Joiner: L'enj. A John&on, Alexander Johnson The to three price parcels is wil be necessary to complete a cure great His stock variety of Goxls nw having been PUrtJlP'' 1
$4
Chemicals. Pure iw. 2f tll i 1--3.: :. Dr G. \V. Juson, i. 'I.1J Jones. parcel
PORT, 20" Cw .. .. ....._ ,. .. .. _.. .,. A on the most advantageous terms; he is confidential
M.inRlIM & AWfiC.1TEl.r.K T." I .I ..i". "t T". ir T .n.L- great qlan auovp i.i.irations ... _____ .
U'/A'E WU1IK.J .V.U'H'lT,4, J..UIl" '" oJ ""-.u. *- --" \ 1P" --
,.. in bottles imported specially for the use of the, The City lintel.( ard, i! jj.cbacl Lcis, J 4" B Luifc''i.-Ue- Vasta, Cm I will be kept constantly on hand by .1ljccpa. I tic can him make a call.it the He iniere wot.Id.1 or particularly planters ano-can"TVgive P*!.. i

: fciclr.Vigand & SnowJen's SHALL, after the 22d iust. ven Luckct, James b Loin sJ.. I Ur li..13. PEIUHNS, TaLl ahassec "
superior AMPUTA. I ic.sumcmy owncisliin; ui clerk Vho is authorised I tention of the Ladies of : .lUKaSBa '.V" !i
TING, THEPHINIKG OBSTETRICAL, EYE, DISSECT I of this property to be continued as a Uotcluuder Derry \IiIlcr, Jaimics Mathcws, Anna J\in'.V; ; John.Maloncy I 1. sale ofjetail ofthcm, either at vliotcI I the great v. riaty of.U> a'it and fashionable of0 .
the sole conduct on as reasonable Ito
ING, and POCKET INSTRUMENTS, in eases. and management of Mr. Uamiltoi Peter McDonald, D Alosely, Eliza ,I.t- cCormic1 |I the terms as they can be I which he offer for sale, v.S well as the plantw"_ .
"udson. of |
obtained proprietor. Also
4 STOMACH Pris and PIPES, Silver Lancets I I THOMAS Uil0'YX. ,. by I would do well embrace this opportuouy of"JW]:

Lancet Cases, and Nurse Tubes, &c. and Jan. G JS3G. :2 tf Miles Nash. 2 Grace Norrmnn, Malchom Nicholson I Doct's. HOLMES &WILLIAMS, Cambel ton, &I ing the mselves with NegrI:ClvthJO and SttllMC' "

J, An assortment of DRIED HERBS from !, TAXi5iiKL1Wioit'j SALE. B Putnam, 2 Hannah Ponder Henry Penney Lou. I 1r. IlALSiEr,, OS. PRIESTLEY, Druggist, A opa I at extremely low rates. C.C. VI J
the ;
: Shakers! -among which are Lemon Balm! I SHALL 1l'OS at ale on the firM Monday in is Pslleiiue, 2 Joseph Pebvvartii, Thomas P Purchase PETERS. :I December 5ih, 1835. I7tf A

'P Hysop: Mint, Sage, Sweet ,l\f Catnep May next, at the Court House door ill the town Thomas Penney 3 Nathan I'oweihiruian Powet, 2 The following arefevamong'1 the !any persons that .) N. B. wish it to be iistinctly underst0Mtt inWIll
joram have '
SavoryI; been either or benefited
I Tliynie of(Quincy.IaJ"l of tlmt valuable Tract of Land Jeremiah I'owel eniirely cu. great/ I not sell Goods on :
Cellery &c. 1,11I1II I actof12mO..U
j as Forbes.' Purchabc within the last twelve months, by i "so of Dr. -
LIME! JUICE and LEMON SFRUP. lying on the waters of the Uobison Regan, G Jonathan Robison, Cotton B Rauls Icra' Medicinaj Stomachicae Pe'j I Iii Gadsden Superior Co rt\ ;
Rocky Comfort Cane et ;
SPICES of and Sweet Water Creeks, and ltlJ\\clllt'lrass, Richard Uiggrns, YOHIIJ Rhodes Hepattlhm I I
every kind-Genuine INDIA I between the Apulachicola W state of Georgia.Mrs. Henry Gee, Compo
CURKT. B
Little Ilivcis Rives Samuel |
, I Robison J P 'I
; or T
; as Randolph H
: English, French, and Prentis's Soaps and Pert I much of it with the im prc>v cmcnls, as will be sufficient Randall. Ahner Hicks, Wilkinson. I vs.Luilebury .
, I fumery. Mrs. Miller's celebrated' SNUFF. satisfy the County !'axcsdut thereon Mrs. C rpt. James Willis, do. ; ; fl. Jones
[ iiard & Noye's May- : for the ytar Timothy Saunders, H V SucH, 3 Elijah W Sweet Col. Wm. F. Bond I -
I' E I celebrated INK and INK POWDER- I eighteen hundred and tlmly-fivc, unpaid, with costs 11 bodstrown, belli U Stevens Jane do. i Henry V/. Peebles IS' CU.1NcE.ar.
:" .THERMOMETERS HYDROMETERS, kc. and charges; being I icturncd by the Assessor ll'r said L Siiiilli David Sheller, 2 Miles, Scruggs, James Wayne W. Eglands, Esq. Laurcns. I: Gabriel Smith and "

l< I E. B. PERKINS. County as unlisted ; and the propcity ot Cob" Mitch Col. Wm Tauey, Joshua Spear Alexander, Bryan Allen, Esq. do. I I Benjamin Ward, J
ell Peter Mitchell Taylor, Tent Col. John W. Porter
John Morgan.
Curnachan
! .r31IahassceJuIY91h Thomas Veniiil- James It Tucker John Respondents.
1834. William
, .. .. ....- -.- [4SifJ yie, David 1). O -dco.. l>. It- -- OI'IIL1:11.-D--> '1 .....J.? .T,.. .". -P J- 'l'llIlr- It.. -1> l"-. 'I'I.. ,_Tompkins....., Mi. .- r*.ii.____. Tillery Sanford Chapman, Esq. Jones. .: ppcarf.om MliSractorYdeFchI ki
John T y I --------J "VJ II LUll V.vUlIlCLur. Alexander Irvin .
: J iJiai' 1ttJ'y JiarcenAndtcw S Gar, Jos.cph AI. U hite I Washington IT Defendants Henry br
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and Wdli-im : 'I B Wabber, NatliatiVihliaiis, Isaac Walker Col.Geo. Malhews. : the "de it
'. I [ Christie. Green.
' DR..rIAlRISON has Just arrived 'I Messrs Wyriek & March Gabriel 1 Smith! and Benj'tini.n Warddonotr I ee
"; and tenders Sale to take place within le Co. Minerva Weathers. A 'Vatsou. 1st. J835. 30tf -t &I.hin1
/:. '! services to the Jadies and allaours. Terms Cash. LUIson Warren, Thomas Wiggins this District, but reside i i the 5iai.cs t& .'--.r--IpparLouisiana "
offallahassce gentiemen UOBKIIT; FORBES : Drewry that they
NOTICE:
and
thereforiordereti' l8
i Vicinity, HIs Williams, Isaac Winston, James Webb. John I : It is
& 4 nt the City Hotct Jan. 2d 18\52ltf roozis are Oct. 19th, I8': . : David requested to meet I I District (SltttJ1&.tCf1 or
N01'ICB. Young on the first Monday in of Florida,Gads Icn County, J e.

,. r weeks after date wpplicatioi FI1HE subscriber has now opened and offers for Refused Letters. February next, at their Banking House, in the cir'.of 1 I cery) on ot before the fir it day of the flC oJ tail"
:- SIX Hon. the Court be made to JL sale at his store in Tallahassee, a general as- lallahassee, t elect seven directors for the ensuing I 8aid Court, and answer I the bill filed by the :." I"
r. a (or letters of Administration County for Gadsden County sortment of goods the prices ofvliichwiI be R C Allen, 2 A Alston, Wjlljs Alston year JOHN PARKHILL, Cashier ant in this case, otherwis e the same will OJcO'ufUo.
1. w. Sweat _.ate ofsaid on the estaic of E.lijah; lated by the market. i hey will be sold on liberal rej'n J J Birge, James A Braden. Dec. 26th 1135. 20 td tli

, ];ov. 28:, 335. County.'.tf JJlo. L'&TUIf' terms bqth as to price and time of payment. Mer- John Floridian.A, Craig Elizabeth Chapnell, THE PARTISAN. .- Dec. 19th,'1835 194mNOTICE 1t1
chants in the interior can be .
supplied with the
--- goods to JUSTrecejved Partisan tale
- Revolutionary
-- I Thomas .
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, NOTICE finish their assortments' on "resonablc terms. The Hayward ; 111
the
I SIX WEEKS after date I shall apply to the I subscriber feels bound publicly; to' state the xibliga- J.S Linn, CSC George Lanman. 'r' see> The mi.characters oGuyKiversand and incidents. arc all-ema- IS HEREBY GIVEN, that. Elizabeth *wii"Jd ; :.J
Ui T "r tTV :i" non tion Samuvl l drwn
lIe is under. th Parkbill J B Peachv. deceased
: 3. the Judge ofthe, CountyCourt of Jeffer.wn I I to .pJantcr and citizens' of''this J from realIJe-Mario ''Sumter Green, will widow of Cornelius C. I''u Pont, u.t1 'th
County for letter of community, for their .liberal patronage he bbuephard.2Nathan & b ai Term of the Gadsde ,
1:: .. Admuullitroaon on Uie eatate I! that hopes leading characters '. the January her pI
. ctJerenii&h Drew, late of said count| decense.d renewed ,exertion to meetv the, wants of this Vickers.'Villiani"Vy'au lawlin South Carolinaduring the. thrilling scene i for a'writ of Allotment o f Dower- '' aSSlP : '.41i

rf... RACEL DREaV growing country, will find. 'a reciprocal dispusition'. !' : 216 letters: riod o* the revolution. Tfiis mot should be in the in the estate of said dece wed: Cr gJ J Jare'alspnolififd 0bet II'

r lIoDtieolo"" Dec. 16 1835., Of OQ Nov the pan 2. pf its citizens.' Persons calling for the above Letters will please library of over oQe.wh ke bo in the achieve to'prese' 'it their.demands ,e '*

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