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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: January 7, 1837
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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.- .M.PtenJ5. '4 are can and inforiied be m.i mxjuaintance aupplie.K.I l.v with calling Cotton on our Gins for-of : L itI1- ',I, -IN- 'wbscriberhasrecentlyorected addition to his old STORAGE:1 V V ,

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dit1t eiLher Cut Steel or Iron Saw 3rti.elllO ng 80 by 23 feet, forrecciving V
rd above -
; AU perofls whhing the rIoTIIYM'cAaTy. \:, .
aU on our a.gentS" TIZ-c. C. St. Marks, T *
: Decmbr271blS31. -
\ i ,.l-e''tQUDty: D. Williams & Co. Jefferson "LAISSEZ NOUS FAIRE." .1 V
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Jackson &, j m\t 'D'lIlQ WlltLCS DUQ 4l1LL a1 S ------- DRAPER AND I
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II JlIO pricf.-quaJity, CAMPBELL.JOHN D. .mlI 'Ji a \lLQ 7'all1eoei'IJJQ 9 TAILOR, I '
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AUC V TILL.-1SSEE. FL.1: V

M. GLAZE. souPACKETS. I 'New Goods. V (Next IT.\"rt, of f' TOldtJtcta. in.Vonroe st.) ,
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Geo March I .
Marion county .
NOTICE.All .
,itae. subscriber I FOR SALE. HASjut r. eivL.I from New York a supiricr: as- .
THE hasjiro returned from N. York, I j- .persons ha: vit'g demands riinst;, 1 the I I : tli. : r
is now opening a slack of Two Tracts of LAN ) nllrdr. CasMmer.ncl'e5iuo (
GULAH. !
: tE goods bought expressly I estates of Charles! Allis and Israel 11' situated in Jefferson among .\ |hid h .5 .
Air this market : Snare, ire re I ulille Fiorid.. art : nwf lshill.ILl clns and V
JCHOONEU Lady Was) consisting British, French I quested to hand I 'UU\IY, -the one containing lOCO( .U.'. .s -I Ii ihavi V
then\ _
without :
ilcl.iv appealJ 11 market
M. Swatm, maMer, aud American Fancy and Staple Goods He has properU liCit!.. 1111 i which thete are upwjrds. of ::00 ncr .w Yoa. ,
iD ton I attested 1 and those) indchlod : .5 an xifiisui.! : 'i-s-rlnit'iit% i II f [IJe-a.'y cl, V
schr Waibington Jff- I also a Rood sock of Ready made clothing, and Groceries ; to t the t-si.it.I a Te re CII':1l'd aid. femed-the other containing bet ten'i)0 thing V J
: 'Dd. master will run as. all of which he will sell hw for cash, coun'ry I quested I to, rita ki. payment I to JI ; !'j : nu," () ) a"n'o< uuh about 150( in a sta-e: c.f cit tivaI I ;VI rr'"I">V V i 1'iI"I&, i f nln.-li I i h-ran; warrant (to be aseol :.. V
and
I r ferOfl packets between St. produce or approvtd credit. I ES.J. n-io} ;s ;iiuhofized to sctlU- : i 1 1(10 I ho lot It11! .ot I these tracts is extren.e.y/ e-tlcnu: ill. .is fine iiesli cl-ihs as any ever f V
in s. ut!
-regular ern
1' He will also carry on the tin est.uo. OCl/VUS 11 or( "'lf as ie ;.ids ; lo arket. i C..III.llyafC\VMli:s of0'ilhs VI
For freight or passage ap- ware manrfac: orin! 1 t : i 4. \ifini.y being not more dill I Ii i ulsnv M..IIinr.ciiill.ij: and t
.N. Orleans. to Kf rr 4- business and keep .eonsianil on hand a first' ralC Mock : ,: '. l tot; 1 1H milfsfr m Magnolia, and in neighod iij; cloth car[ W, n.er.s V
MarK or hats
St *. : tilth and fur .
4. ai.. lAid, & Co ol tm ware which he will retail to customers or sell I Iec.tl-o I I,.,; ..od rennrkaLle !lot us healthiness :\rpit: anon I raps t.f\ a. ious qualtier, shirts t fieni, V
I ono to se.cull..ll.Jrs each
Titahaee.\ to country merchant- wholesale at low t t be made In CCTA VUS ADbDEN. am'nig wbch: are a variety V
ljtf: as prices ( and rutfled linen .
plain
tI8ki. .ltcan1* sold for in southern I GREAT ;\ i \ f. 17-10 plain and enibroidciicd bosoms -
4 any market. lIe B AU ( ; I .
collars su cks fine
will be ready at all tunes. to su*|'cnee rs, merino fl.mncl, $

M. scoITTOUXEY (the counlry in the tin Inc. execute W. H.all orders from Lniul, iMillsj:, anti ?'. A n"I TRATOR'S anton llannil.l, and ntt cotton shirts and diawcrs 2
lMES NoI'12 FRo\ CI.. eg-ro OTI .-Will be sold: I linntn, silk, buckskin and fur glo'es fur collars do! : )

at LdW, lltfI'ILF. TUlE S.ihscrilicr offers for I : a Iii: the, TI'\'.'n Matianua! on he tenth day of I white and tolortd! silk and hr.on handkerchiefs", Also V

; SuhsrnL"rau, I LLS, lvin rtel'i"cd
fSO returned to the Territory of }Florida N_ of DRCGS, I'wtellt just l\IEDlt..Ir-ES: 1fre1'h; 1'CIFu.UI lily tmles! S. L':. ol I Tallahassee I and t I : I I ..11 cuiur of : all t the NEGROES: : longing to .the es.nto 'I: according' to the quality! cf the goods as cai: be bought V V V
tl.e hue ,
I llchad L. Watson
deceased.
10
perwniil A
aders biB rroresc\lonal\ I'erVlI't \1 l Etl Y. &1'. which the irVl. I of St. '.li1rk There i is : liIIiit.eiIcy i the Teiril">iy V
among
aid CO" ueUii d Lulr.- I me follow in O- : s : I now III | i ol saul Negroes will be sold for rash' to I V
Nov.
u an .tUi/rII' Larpcnter's Kit.act. of Hark do. ,, I\III'IIIah', in 1 I-! iiu'u's fi.nn I 19ih la.'l: 15tfA V
I Courl! 0fJ,1eNofl\ Lt'- :I Pmkroui.V.i S .r I : i a) ilio tie: is duely: said estate, the balance on a _
tend the Superior and the count ICS of Lownl1. pan.l.i: d" Buchee ; Swaim's l'.ID.e.111,1> | V, rmI'UKC I Mlrr luIIJl'd ItI'he lest of pine : I l I j Ic.!!; of t\\i-lvr in.in; I. -. f>"r i.ocor< civing notes! [JJJW-- '

: : "mil len. Florida, addressed to bun atreff.Sncoun.y : : Rowand's Tonic Mixtarc CII true To.h. ; I her in aIIllIHI.I.llce. Also mother ; ; I I I itSi:, approved, ><"Miiity, tearing legal interest Iron rInIU: V V

': / : Florida post I-.d: on W Blue* h, Marnier 4- Weavei's English Oal. 11I, I Ilnl, I improved, I lying directly on Iho i I .I'c. :A..1L. L.; Oi-OMON.Adm'rofba' late. .Jl subscriber his rustc.mcis having dusisg Lc- II the cumpellfd! last:! to disnpp.ini from-
Builcr's summer
l.1u. i !
[ Majnesian Aperient, \ViUi-t-.u's, I navtir.itile, all of the : .niiiiULa, Dec. 10, l HCG-1'J sickness V V&&.
attended LO.U83G. ; seasons: ; and other cuu es, ha* V
1 Indellil'le procured an additional
will he punctually I Ink
ltatpbci: ry, Ginger, Lemon and S .
141f Syrups Evans' English Lan'els.le"-t. .rsaparilla I rafts from I these points to St. iIa t : I NOTICE."Lj" [ Watch Maker I from the NiTtb, and assure the public!;
I
do. &c.&c. J. EDWIN STEWART. rni"" I tier eMii he'shipped. to any port I i I During) : my alstnMessrs.! Kerr & Kirksey that he bel.etej! he will now be able to do work r,r IHpt. 1 '

y ...R. PILGRIM Dec. 3d, I83C. Next door to the Post Ola: c. I ihe riul.rf'ad to 1'aHabl: sl'l'. | ill.n..'t as niv 3\lhotJ7cll.-\grms. l ly He and has in the best manner. V
for
TAYLOR I nifiiiig or bo'iiing luiitber from ": 1 : : t IV.'. l.-t w CIIAS. HAIRE. sale an extensnr assortnif ntof V.'atchrs % t V
CHANT ra ii-rca d will exceed 1 ; i JewelrvSilv'cr'Spoons&c.( which he wi il:! sell:! on ac'L
: MORE VALUABLE PIIOPERTYIOR I not $1 per i t I t
=rw York, has taken the The 'I: iit1'l l I and Ant i-C.t lye 1'ills. coimrod.uirg: '
wvretarne SALE
:* by I R. IW ey, in JctTrrson er to ( of I tj .N K.i.b. ijiu II, e. l f the nii'iicroiij attempts to ( TOWLE. '
: uly uCCU\\ propttWI gangs sau i j jshingle P31111// Nor. 19lh I ie.G. laif -V
be) l u noW .pfnnK| a general' aaaonmeiUm.d COThe: Subscriber offers for sale Lot No. 94, mill and null. ( ","itii' 'M> n.i'ai.ns::! | of (low.lIIll's'allt.lltle : _ -V V

ere elotluns, cenalstln' of wy article in ((52 by 80 feet, t) with the appurtenance*, situated l I soil!! for rice! a rice the Is i l j!, 1:11: s .u tli. |>iiIK'-lit has terniinul tl to confidr} tli' TUflLlC SALtlOF LOl.-s AT Al';lL.\CIU .
on parlllr i :
busiae, $s,suitable W the season, xvhich) will j j.y on Monroe-stroef; corner (Washington Square, II also furnishes til a the'ye : .i. S < \tlu-ivoy=: in iixi hIs in ditFirenl pails: of the _I_ COL x .-1 1 1 h :i. ersigllc I I. Trustees of the Ap- f :

the most .ccommoilatin; termsU and diagonally opposite the Capitol Square having : i ill Florida.some : I .'11I.'. f, l Ii ..1 u win',.-ilvnt Iht gcir.iine: articles cai IM' I ,1l alachicul Land Company. huel.y give notue that V

hand Ii Cfl1ld>' assortment of *u erected therum two commodious) Stores twoarehousei I spring) ) water j .ttl, .u I!d (fl. :1111.1 I ;l.e mine elleclually riiiisl: the i im-I ,1v l their secon-l sale of l I.ts in the city of Apal.ichici.il V

,.. ?!? Caim.ne and Vestinci, rccci.tly im.ichewi1lKltbyth \\ ) /, each having fire places and, two I Also will be sold, in (" >l :, 'I j i .isii'i; 'i ,.1! UM.'iitlio'is! : \.uJersj; be. has instructed:. will take pl.Kv there on the second Tuesday t.t January 5V

*- yard fir !plC' U. and oflices, each of two roomsOne, of the I II pmtwrrly) or separate, a liimily! of 1 1go hl is ajeii's' III 1 B.istoii, Xtsw Ym k, l'hil.dcll'hi,1.I\IIJ| ",'xtln ill: i heHt.'i I t!' day "f| s.id( n'olilh. u :ucr! the I'
coussting
-- be made up for those; \ ho wish, at tbet" I > d character. l;atii': :: i u', !I'> ntiikti" suits to /,,ercqinhs! aud vthtrs of dinciion ot the Din-dors of s.H i (Jempany. V

oticc, nJ) in the most fashionable% Myle. said Stores was lately occupied by GeoLamnau.: I The above vain:ibe! properly >l l il!! (if;Ji' MC'iiciHrt, la bctnrritilStiulh far sale again.. '1 hey will aso! itiF. r f-r; sac: .t the sdiiu time and' : ,i

I ito mike Tallahassee\ ; his pennunmt resi is a new two story building ; the IIllter, was lately the most re.isonahlf terms gc ,;:taiililiis A pernicious article in imitation of I place. .1111 I I e tract 01 j arctl I of I.mil within the Inni-s :.} V

: ., lopes.|by perltHrill( "Pl'hcation' to business occupied by Messrs Fletcher & Pond a two siory (. purchase, will do well to rail ; ( he genuine Mixture have been manufaciuird l Iv Ln- of 1 IM r.*/'s |">i.ich.se; lyiu between the rivers Oklockony V V ; V V (

ire of plILhc ptrona:". builJing ;il.tn with a good caller, having a front MiUcnlter, al I his i u.'si.h-m-e, tlr J os S. Coir.stt'cK & Co. of >TpYork, and sent(to the 1 : aud Little liner, (ex'-ej tin, a trait if atout '.J V. V V

I..t Oct. !'Ih. 1 n tf r of ah.H7l32 feet. The wlule premises last year CO. their fur .ca;!. The name /'uc/unJ/ in!leutl..r .'<,\\ I 200 aes: 31 I, IM 'y il.k, Oae-l$ of) '''he said ti.tcl sup iC I .4 V
t. I at Stoic ill tl.is! .lace.
rented lor about Si500, .which like other things, : { ll.), i is on ll.e bottles of the niiilalion. The i:nuinc .1.1.i. I posed to coiit.'iiu. t 12,000! ) ,icrp. i.ioic c-r l Ic si. ,

Colton Gins. must rise with the markets of the present limes, .\.\ may be had of the following \I" rs..ns. \\ .,. ate n '1 he irrm of safe" ill l,e < M. !fourth each, or nipiovfil.il I s

Braintioe 'fJI\n. uhkh in Magnolia! Dec. l3Ui, l 1S3G.- ) ile unlygoj/? in ibis part of Florida and Gef\qi t I ., f.s. .itlii II) ,'ay", I/I.JI: I ,- balance in I, i, f ml _
w frair.4 cttu n gins from are, n.any: resixrcts, double of last year.A II III j V
:1\ ty cxEccte(1 daily' at St.Hwls ni the Bn; lonjr credit will be given to suit the purchaser, .-- I I:. U.ti iiirtl ji. &co. Geniral Agent I'allalnsbCe! 3 _dir i iii *'i jti nl lajmeiits, \\ith 1I.erutj: ; ai.dLeu( I J tj V

r alc at the mu/utuiurer'/i/: .ricr. if said A C.HD.JUS'II Wi'diain: If'rr i. Co., Thoniasvdle, I !.I.h! p :" to l, art I r: tide 10 fie t.u-ttca, a char ti'.Ij V a
l T. R- BETTOR required purchaser lo l furnish approved J times (C. lirclc.*, Cimiicy, will: lot L-ivi-s I y th in to S llie, pun'I.asers.Litn I
*security. &c. ; or the( subscriber will take in Swai'i' .. '! be o'ii.lined .5-
J Itr payment Lloyd, Ic l' St. .M.nks. tp..ie in iS'; may at the office of
\ 3Ii. Central Bank Stock or Il.iilro.ul Stock in :; 1.F.:; UF : Th'itnas Alt'xollltll'rlIid".tvlI.I the 1 I r'.u uii s, in ,ide tiiy of N>:u Yoik. aid at the olfic. f k

part or in whole for the purchase IrnuiediateOSSCSilfl I COMMISSION ML \ D.I/ nis illiams, &.Co.. .Mnntict lio, ." of tie I Ihi) ci/ri ut .\ \ppilat! uo'a.N :' : V j.V

.. J1tLlgjiIL-IJI. 1 of the premises can hegiven.CIIAS.i J. l P. Carpenter, 1i"- -aSl".k). .* lUlk, Oct. b-r: ISM.; V _
% HAIRE. I 1'0.60T.J\ : :>z 1'1. 1: The .'./it/of/ i K.: U.lrnardjr. 5r<'o. illlJevn",11!! mIteotLles LOLlSld..A,
( 1
,. Tjll-ihassee Dec. 2 1826.fBY I sold by the above 11"Is.Tnll.LIa..sl'C' ; cfniiLK> A ra. DAVIS, ;
I
Offers his, services 1 the -!, J I
I July 7th, IKJ7. 4f JOSEl'H. WIllTLTiostees.Oct2 .
'
I Geoigia and f Flonda, in t1 e -" ->,l U list 'a II. V 1 V
yrQ l1gg I %\ ares and Alprihai'd! '< I l.'i:t I t'.e : ; 1 .
: :II. T" ('I.e nlx "e Fa'e: is po.-tponed until the V
tmnnal mnwm. lt..ti>>rt l.loyd.ofthcla'efirm I selecting11 uf whole s 01'ks < f a. .1.| i { j. .v !u *JT; supply of this VALUABLE MEDICLMH: i \1.l'lidiy ni Man'h first V
next.

(;.>nierii' tIe LUIII 't ill in luture be continued und I ing of goods for A'ab.i( a, jt"r a : 1] I II iVVvNSj.Ilc;: % : }:. -- k )

< r ibeuju-ccf : \\ Alit & MAIKSK : I flatt'ts himself: *that riioidcrs' <'n | : I \ i I J II I JOIf.-. tt: \'Al. I as turntd to TalUhassre, .

H S\\ .\ 1.M.UOBT : I be with satisfaction: o (he |pUI; t ol : : t "(-_ .eihe I pra. t.ccof; the La .v. in tlt: : b V

;; L LLOYD I voi him with their bti'mi-ss. j jII :ufer.or C..int..f: Ja..k-oii, Ga d.lI. Leon and Jc .

LI.VY A viALh 'E I eter to Messrs .kl|; rdVl.i: t: ji. f.l.> I', .111,1.I 1 1" I' mi, !IV vi1'1"| .11 1He 1-;. V I V

: S:: .\iarks, De'cen.ber 13: 18. G win &. Hawkin, Ntm ork._ \\ : i I ran !)c ("iiiiil at I the Oluc: Lltlv CI'l r.jl'III.\! -V J V

;ii; V -SW.UM1"lJl.I':- re tievt a cnntinu, :,mce of the. has) <' e, Kl lo-i, m. G I'oiur. J\ !). l Call &. XValLvr.! ,V V .

ere''toic' extended fir and Craig N. Datlin. Si t JC'st-iiis| l..lo- \ !: I '1' .?. III'HCID I )..'. 14 1330 I
L p.l 'ofJat' i to!tae Lie ', : I m :
; supply of Lambeth su.irir.i, .aioi.B. /I Iruinion, A'a.' -P es on' \ I1? i ; I P VV b:
\ pi 'dpe themselves to sp 're no( cams touhn please ''la.'se ( Iw I- V tV
& Ju.lIJ'Hur. : eJIiJ'ul'l'U. aii.1 "arll" !'";: tcel\ disposid. to p,r.ruiuse: I ihem.lcembtr October!I 1 11'\j: I -- !{. I -M 1jEttFIf.fTQ V I II

I- I'LttKINs. 17th, t8.G.:! 19-3m: ,, I I I S 1111.1.I n( d I t.H'ers for. saltl.is! Plantationi

., 11J13. 30tf : FORSAIJ : i J*. win: rcnii he now :iivis, on |BJ.lrk J] Creek! in L on I

--- I f'oiini.) u the run! leadingfiom Tall!ihasacc Mmi-
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THE LAtl)| OF 'I 1 "LLA1I.rE Quincy Male and Female Academy. j i AT .'31.IG.\V/, t. !'.., r.iILtli.flV| :: ltd ;.cics. |1111;( of f pud; 0 ak and VV i j V

AND ITS; VJC1MTY. The Trustees of this ln feel I i cA."vth.! l I.. line ( od pine 1.11 d. lujb.
JjT tiuti: i
I ? .ME .\. % I I 1'111. 's ril. I" V
IE.TAYER. /taiing J"J"- ani"e(1 gratified in informing public that tlitcuied 1\.1 a d tl' rlh: .'. a .,1\ V '!'I I \> Itc.ed; 70 acres wf open land, ,V i V
I I : '-\.I., l.ikib link .. ,iil"..rm- the services t,f h'Uev.. S. Matthews, A. M. ill\ jll"l I.'1 I Y V w tlfpll. .-. o.1 I U> 1'III'n'! ;. -a first r.,ie .JJ saw t Un, and IV V V
dll
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dilll.lf I
( T.tttiasai nut jill virinuilia' the former Rector for the ((,iR 'i-.ii _i..il .V
incumbent -s. ensuing nw Sugar Mill, ar 1 5t-ed canu V
S. Y..oI. h .J I
\\ hIIIg \
'bl\A"'Otl. of t F.f'c.OUP'( ( .
tui aii'l and that they have also made V V V V' 11'11 h'I!
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year arrangement I. l .1' ci rn, more tr .Ics., .mot.
:;KI'. Articles, and would tx- baiy| | to have with \1rs. Matthews! to iak charg of the Female fond \iz. JT -V i. I i" .. jTi't,e I'r..s-J; I is 1 sto-k oll .

.J,! tcauitne them, I1tlJ .uUe formerly I Department in the some Institutiun. The qualifica- Rio ColT.c. St Citx' ti-g:ir, t l a.t ,t.I! e ,..-lledidt-s .\ :""'d Mill S t t. ;" V

f Mr llap il"1. lions as well as expeiienceof Mr: :!atth. WN, as an I i Rye (j 111I, I K.: RI.III, n 'i 1 "i-i s-1 ',!, :>. :!iis in tliHcomenicut ;'laec w..u%! 1 1o 1
.wing ii a list of lie III'ullipalutll.ks she instructor of stands > t.1 rxui.Dot'e.JAC' l Li 01 I v .' fl iai.it' i..tt: "y be '. r l l.sjsth.m, !
youth, dt-seriedly high. Tho-rf I Muscat: Maia;a, making cotton. J.:JiT I.
,Ie- ''IS I II'JI' L C ,j\ B.i, \hnli \ 2 V
in >iv.v may !I. t ti Dec. 31! l'36 f
of his hesitaie
vi-tf
lady. we ma to .say, from what we : SicilyanJ ,
t brocade anJ plain Satins rich embroider- and from I >ake ;,> \\'It ,'rl(< 'IM i|: i f.VI _cs & i 1,1,1 dis. "M s ; -- -..- V .
lave seen, the < xpcrience she has had in I \.jidt-ira WELLFORD."i(( i iCre j ja -
and Collais gauze and nlk Scars far teaching, bo h in the North and ou'b. entitles her a.at... Ah.i I id 1 i' I Hie, ::11.i l IIIr t'V.II'\: I i .
Jiu 'o. Frciuh fancy Cravats, chally and to our highest cudidenrc. The !situation of Q.tnny Bale Rofwc. i iI "", .\ |1/1 I lu< In I.... nil: '.111.IIII. II ,.i ti.tiirb .' .-1.. rrTI: I ll: mi>Ursi;i,c i 1':4i e .. fuly: informs the |>I.in-

i, kid and silk Gloves and Mill, gauze and as a | lace for a public Instru'ion, stands seiond, !to I A'ul' are| duly IXj"-; i.I;; fro-n, N : ; II I i I 11.I a, t Hill i I.. 1 'Mi .e i t U\ '.< i 1.1't Y 'PI Flux, IM n, i Ins la; I en ami ,,'j i-., nt c, unuia, t that he has 'made V
ut, Kn hbli ail'd straw B..nnitscxua, fine >' III.t. Ol'-tiuoiid. 1"II".rat'.IoI; A ue and t t'cn r : ,5.5' I II.\\/D .
none in the Soud.e'n country It is pro\ertial (for | LucmiJa, and >."'.r BY'I, 55. ii. I : : 3 a.'I"III i il C. H lI.oos ins utt irney lo sell' i V
raw do. r'fhfcilk do. fancy il end Dresses, its health and gooil moral society ; and he I rupees i lry Ciotiifg; R-. >y iiM.if: : riitbl.u I I '! 11.1: >or Remittent, : % I liver, 'I )|1"' Ft'r., S .irl> t J K. U. IM V |.auiu Cotton Cl" .' \ 1'UIS.: he V

ti Flou'ff, blond Lacts, bUck and white, will codes vcr to make is: advantages equal to that I h Riflel I '"nl..e.U ,s inlie.i t u '" 1 i l Ia\e; 'Illl..x. C. } i..I.ls.r tt. An.h"iiy''s, Fire, 'rin,> i/. .I 1'v) l\uibti.u> 1'iantcis 1.1 call! and, tXTnnei. V

; 1..e fork bilk: Sunk,ngu, auJ a tare airL- ot any similar Institution in our county. The ex Sho-s iy. S.uJdlc,11,01, Bii.les l Cru.. I i \ll": *.<.I'!, 'iilsy. .'ii, USD:., Yellow "- crCostiviiie j I i. r u I'M! '- -cv.: -!. C.; i'. CLABAUO'21tf ;. ': 34; .
Cirl&c.&c on i Ihl'! .* t'linacli, or I>o%% (.U, ercises u ill: t be resumed on
54W-, D.c.) 3, 183C- I i7tfNI uaiy, 18'57.: Tfap branches taught will be as hereto j i! diem; ; with a ge itti.. iI'I .rlln "t. l f ( ( 'uIIUIJ'ti) ,", I 1rt'Jl".za., Colds Coughs, I lnilaniaii,n T j TIVVJtVil' ;, i1..l.t.'. IJ." Y 'Lf, \VC.C.. tUI.1.. ti A L
I i the ehest. 1'ulsy, i"ut. I IMituinalisin: I!nsti. .
;j OTTON lTxibcrilwr fore-all fiuo'h as are taught in the best conducted I w.1! be 1o.IJ, gill Ilh r.11 c'na"-Ihp.\,: .1 I lnlla: iritLitry : m il.l. i I"- :..i.I.;! i InJd l : o.III.'l: in Jinuary in'xtin :.
Ci"ii Lie heart
COTToN > |
schools ofour country Young Gentlemen and La bushels lil'JIIoall' whioii I! .r. lllll.I. | .a'IIII..f Dn-pny, 1l'7' V
% diy care: I! d.el" I DiseiM of ..hiI.I.I Jaundice I 1I :, at ny (late rtbidcme, in Jti\\ : -o V
Dirluul.ji.
wil Culll.n dies will be iv ir, & : .l.
purchase and will received at any season, and charged I I :,.ual'.. t i i' I:.' ./Is.: ,i"i!, fur cash, allnf my stock of. f V
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ighest market prices. He is daily II only (rom the time IIf entrance, but nodeduction will I low.They have atid! C'.lI1l\1coJ. : 1 iiiakin: ru.ie.Gli. t, I }vsterieNei "its & "e.'a- ,I V
reJ laige < 1'! .. I l.' '. V V; .aI.: :! \(tr't rate milril! Cows) tt lu'csn
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w ill l Ire made removed ;!"u tr< .i.i.is. llu m oinrs: Iif ainenls: < r- j .r
now opening an assortment of Itefore the end of the quarter Cfton sheds for storing:: m ad..IIII.. z'. tl lid, Vein die.t5t" L Son tic. ttii'sts. V I II I r'I..1'\ i'! 'iti ut' i it'll-, Ci'in and 'odder, 4-.: <$Ttr V
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sis uNtie Jaltlot paterna, suitable to the I The scholastic year will consist of ten months- er produce, they will. ls.'li" .I! ,"',ul\l'ly t .inapiieon tli it day\ .if I'tll'.1 V .
I is..it'n.iu ure Lll-md
.he year, -low for cash approved cred- : Good board may l.e. had in private families from 10 l(I general I coiumiision I.,"".IeI, n. l i l I "-.:11'Io"il )I"'r' tuttle: $!. : | I j'I 'u'n. 1.11.1.' ,. t ii. 5,1 fall' ,!I"y till ri atI'! r, unless i.i--io-o; ; I ,
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I to l dollars per month- C"iion Moietl I \th : i ; Irirl' : AM'L. L.YNGLL.
iry produce. .. FORMY DUVAL vance money n :; .: : has | ( as 'ring anil vI pITa.y
836 9 tiii.rIoNs TEaMS PEil dCjinTEB, PiTADLE IN ADVANCE- pad to any port in the United' ; I .Tli. thote I l"wlful.f/c, :,:j U..e. ii I. I lFlb.! -21--2w
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Reading & /Writing tt 00)() attention nrlirc J.
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themselves, to '
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Grammar Geography and Arithmetic 6 00) i I Illh I---6
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liT trusted lo
ON h three bottles which V
TEEI The with beneflrd by using two or Ae\ York Cai.al Flour: '
above and all the
Philosophy
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nE JA"JI ; ; :
tu di ink or' diet. I ( .1. Nov Ui leans 1 FIIIIl". j
: .Y t.llCI' regard Many II ill i i '
higher' branches of an English education 800(
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L. M. PANETDentist Lttin French an Greek, 10 00 Magnolia, Oct. 5, 1Jr3u art diseased f,r the want of blood being pu- I 30 h. xrs: fn'!li l UJ..N i ns, V 4 ,
:
Drawing and :ied. Thousands of |H.rsons arc destroying their con. I ID I Firkiis G ilhell 1 tut cr, V
b'urgect Painting Needle Work, extra char .V
t ge. JNU. \\ W. DAVIDSON. Sec'y. N'Q Zg stitutioushy neglecting to apply a proper remedy ; tcudl :30) b I.tS! : Ruin, VI

tCTFULLY informs the Lad'es and Dec) 17-19 fiw j-DURING my absence from the i : ,; the Panacea will be more Luau double valuable 10 .1.) Mo'aabcs: and Sir: 'p, V

.1 men uf'hUaha tbal he has taken Ferguson and I James HI.ornll I II ; a ccilain and ctccwallln'oJH'' of rcttoring them u 50) b.i";sC"iir.c. V( ,

toolll next 19 Mr. Bertlwlot'i office on DBig g.qQ.D Il1Qg mZJl I Kov.i,18J6 ) health: v;;or. families are exempt 20( 1). r.l Is Crackers und IMot Urcad. V 'V V

i e on\:aslungton Square, whenhe will (AKDnAUh, 4c. -TLr subscriber' having put :: __ ') Scoibutic A Ifeclios: wilt h exhibit. various sym- j .; !! eaJso Suar

time t-niirely! lo hiii profession Hi modppncual I chased of %George Lanman his entire Mock ofg.'ods ('I 'l n I JI-ll; gm i as Erupllls.| Ulcrraii'in.s, Debility, Los&ot \\p- 5 sb! B.icon. V V .

'es, attendance, and new mode in the city ot Tal::ahassec, otTers them for sale und Digestion, all arising from impure bl"oJ ?j Krgs Duponts l'owtkr-Bts-kiiieat. Cr.sitr- V ; V

t lertli., (by introducing( gud in a pjs e. on accommodatidiciins: The assonment embra /4wX Qflers fur stieun, : if | auel.Jeltl are sure to ri, s, to:illn r \ jilt a larireastortn.eut of other roc- V V

i) lie btpe will enitle: him to a bare ot ces a great ,varieiy' articles: and by late arrivals I s'lifi 1 his HOUSE and Lo', : : : thl n"llr"I'ery lo the constitution. 1'anacta is reI ries, icccivid I y late tmivals, for sale by .
llJ.1 3 of
110 age (rom New York, is now complee Planters audI I Street in ihe city I ( m all seasons sat the year and in particu JIENItYBOND. V V

-aee.. Nu12.. 183G 14.:1 I Merchants are invned! 10 call and examine; the goods Lot?measures! lit fe -t froniby 11:0) as a nreventutive fromall t i eases in warm climates Tallahassee (Dec. 31 1 1SH6 21-3w!

-. and judge for themselves house i U a convenient spacious' nn ud those persons, when diseases are prevalent by V.

.JRIES J\JST RECIoaVED.: 44 THOMAS TILLINGIIAST. idenc'', ind p ndcnt ol that portion, the Panacea thr.e (four (times a weekur three BALTIM011E BACON, COARSE SALT, 4

,: Crig Ilo'dl we ". iUlt rcreiud a large cuui' d as n Fancy SOre: four table spoonful's \urn K(.''n? to bed, and the :3KHUbs,( excellent middling Bacon, V ,
iio.ceule. a&wrtlllt'Dl of Qj lie also ..fler for sale his unimr' 1(0( Bace-nliams ,
CI.RIES. "hich flNJl1l1211 m rJ ZZDt'U I : may f fear no nppiihension of being attacked V
on g xJ ler.no-viz METCALF is to make d JK( ) loot s'rIo"CI. measuring ICO feet ( (I : wlh the CI,11 ra, Yellow [rcnr, or uny othei disease 50 Barrels WhiakiyCurrants I lVV : *V
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prepared -or
repair
til l Baltimore Whiskey tubscrii-er' will aUo dispose : Citron 'I 'lamarinds Received \J'
nnu
: jThe i this is valuable lesUnative of the
..11'N E Rom Guns, ol( every descrip:ion, in F Towle's back shop. sys Virj V
a most for sale by'G II T E LINDENBEP.GEEti.eember'24tb
Lie will also Jo Job work generally in Trade comprising ,there by in vieoratin constitution and enabling 4- .

# Country Gin'Cts.ni.Cogiiac December 17, IR G 19-tf Fancy and S aple Goods : bear the cldllilll": tilects of all climates; it I is; _1H9: __:5)) _ _ VSV V
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| Peach & Apple Grocery C.&P.| His Stock is t
Brwidv | : -. by circulating fluids, and corrects their $ V I IV
CaoktUdilaga Wine sorted with such goods os are tind.ncy tall those discasis vvhirh originate in viii.oltd : ::1
DC5" J In of'.he increase tl.e
Ui Old Monungahela miiker LAND FOR SALE: market. consequence great in '
blood diseased liver, or
.- Madeira Port. Sherry Winea. K> The undersigned offers his Tract of LAND For particulars apply to II. J. dispusition, loallecli"i.s uf, dcuravcd!lungs.) aplcUC. plCI|. price .,labor, (the Subscribers are under the ..Ul'r. ., V

( ,Us Old Irish Whiskey warranted rnuine. Itt ale on reasonable terms, situate on Lake Jack Archer my au.borUcd. agent. I 11 resembles, in |x..ni: nf. tlC taste and tav.lr. a i licit I 'I CC"SltIII' charging the lollowing TarilFof tiel'S ;, ,

Mol aura, sun, five miles N. \'. of Tallahassee, containingabouuoOO i cnr.ial rather than a mod.cine.!: Eveiy person ames ] "roni the first day of January HCXI :- V- k
ttiltiroore superfine Flour Tallahassee, Dec. 7, 18CC. should have Storage on eich: bale Cotton 37 I 2cts
mourse to ,
,4.1. acres of first rate land, unrivalled in taking mercury, in any way, 'j
kt.r4': 1ol.ta Baltimore Railem.cured Middling and haiLs, beauty, Viith One Springs, and the best Overshot NKW: STORE or two bottles of tins medicine. In the decline cf I CI tu ('.u Barrel, first t month, 12 1.2 ': V V V V

II Pranc Will iu Lun county, and a valuable Chalybeate PROVISION & : or \bin the sys.c; has been impaired: by excess, det do every month after the J. :
I nomishrs, and it :-it is i ore8unhiI1g I. 6 V
strength snppoils first to. 1--1
lbs Spring. On ue, extensive t 'cd i :
tt Loaf Sugar tract are improvements, n-niE: snbseribers i.ave uni
l'es wa_ Crackers and if sold Stock also sold. 'I \NEIl tco fir to add, that it actually prolongs life. Weighing Cotton per bale, l 12 1;211arkilll'allJl' V V
and Pi o visions will be the firm PEACHY & This I'an-cea has the public (for 1 Vi

Lio&ea ILDd j ktgi Tobacco assorted quality. Also, Lot No. 5 ">f Section 19, and the West half en-ablishinr! m the 0" n of St. v: short tune, and has lI..el nu:ived ,more trslinion.uls in its : 6 I..i ,;:

.aL II aqulra and 11io of the N. E 2of mMQg 4 : Delivering Cui t.1II vessels where V V
.- Coffeetker. quarter of Section, SO, in township I'our for its efficacy, m so short a time than Ily'Lh I V
Wbi Lead NV H'fURK Their um LJcllI nn commission is paid, per bale, 12 1-2 -
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k:13est range and rear Stewart's Ferry- uiiig medicine ever disi-ovend, and its tianc at hoist; alldIlJra. I ,

ihds Snj Sears Also, lire E liallofthetJEqBarler of Sec. 22, and(I dious they likewise pn-pose, and. will, induce hmulies, aye, tliMUsands, to apply On all Sales Merchandize: 5 pr.d. ;V IV

tl.e.p Back ug the W l alf *>f the > W quarter of section 23. in jngandForardngofO0OdS. such ;. I it, to reaji the truc virtue thereof.Notwithstanding Collecting 1 Freignt, ) 1.2 V I V V V
Shot themv Ivi s to r V
of 3 they pledge pay attempts: be made to impair Procuring do, OJ V
1 N&E may V
tloC' Dupont.fland township range forming a quarter r, liberal share of < .. .J"I V
them to a (
Cools', entitle V.
.OXt% ateflU( Candles Powder on which theburveyor deisiguates a Mill Site, nearCol. Merohants and Plan'ers' of the : confidence of the public in the c11cicy all curo- Cash advances: in all cases, 1 ,V :
',I crof this rue''inns it will on to withcut funds in
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SmL$1 L po go ni.qntr Aiiviinciiig Freight s _
Uerriu'z. Bailey's! purchased by me at the first land I coun-ies of Georgia. I ,.
V boring
f'R. I the alllictcd', and earn for itself tic i' hand! 2 l t"
"kz ea Brown Ice So.vUitks sale lithe large tract remains unsold fir a few sold low for cash or produce. As Itic.se.opinion ei\""," and tens of thousands. Already I For 5 V j'\\( V

weeks, I shall wish to employ an Overseer for the to keep on hand a constant supply pin chasing articles p VV
;PT.. % Porter aa nf Grorenl'S and it has "arltl (ro itself 1 name which d.is'ardly .rt V- All sales of Cotton, 2 I l-2 .
Net'a bt-4t Cotto" eider. ensuing year. Enquire of the, Proprietor on tbcprmmes. perior quahw's Merchants Clnl"t relti ; that such is the (set, the nianbcr SWAIM LLOYO & Co. V

411i ., kODC Baggin1' ROBEHT BUTLEH.Dec. criplioD. eountry cRII. 'f letteis in [fl!M'I"ion.l'Jlllly' I S.II t isfy t the most it I. T. McCARTT, iC CO. V V V VVI I rVV

lilts 6C india Preserves JMh, 1836-19 find it lO their io'ere&1 to JOhN BL I Icduluus ; and necits.iry there could be ([, I V : ..iF. .. .
: I PtACHtY & MAKER. V .
."ria 1\0. 1 Shad open. WM. rlinec; numerous testimonials undcrthe banclity of ,! ; V V
of those who suffering the most acute and EDWIN W. DORSET. .tV ,
"Broom., Ch.eoIRte NOTICE.CO" :. 25. after V ,
PCI'p'-r A..p' St. Marks Jan. 16th, IffJC oats WM. G. Bonorss. I .
illness, have been entirely restored to ,
flhePriserwrd 10lg protracted .
I \ 0 The Subscriber continues business attid .
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) .iEEcgltih rarots. 1'.m I but il does not enter into the comps. ehrnsion of t St. Marks, Dec. 10, 1836-20 V V V
''ria' WaIDIItS! Cllllr.mnn Tur- "id stand. All the Merct andize, etc. on (be pre- 1'OH RENT.The medicine effea t
how it i if possible for botanic to V
\i'&at' Gaoowder.' and Uf&IJn TeasCasi r ".iiseH i belong to him. All the account due the rr Storo. formerly slch wonders, in the healing art, as cxpciicnce has; TO PRINTERS.and "

''lI.ro"n.. Innn: Oil, Opod&ldotk, vi", ,. I Store, and un the books tof account both beforeand ford at present by R. J. Hackly, : pi ovcd then compclenl to perform, but such are ihe A pral.tiral rriner! ofstead3' induslnoas ha d

.. .I'orulciow. 'Sirup, C.I.w VarDi It PCt Ibe first of August laul, are alaiuicdaa Room, and well known a* the '-. 1 I th.it they coiinot be denied. 01 s can obtain the higbesl wages uud anent pert \ .

E. b clue U huUi and nil perbtins are cuutiontd IICI I t" an aciivi- business it i is not The above medicine can be obtained of G. II. St T. M-uatioii by immediate appLtaupn.at ftJ IPfl ,

1t" hlj9L7. LIENERGEa. sudi deuU to any oilier tlun the subscriber. lion in the city. For terms apply E. LIN DEN BERG ER, Monroe stre t,' Tallahassee, of ihe Floridian alTnllabasi' r. .V J I. a SI V V

12" Pilbv(c. If, 1836.-20 ROBERT S. A1ILLEH. Dec 17-19 K. Y. : Florida, with proper direcLon. tor using It. 45 l I Nov.19ih 1836.1 j 1'1 .J ..Wif"d : 0:11.1..11"; : :

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asking that they may be indemnified. I would further recommend into the Union. ... does; not', upon a dUp tai iort rMiewoftho
Of the Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida at its that the memorial should represent the situation of The bravo and patriotic tfennesseeansvrho;; I subject, nequit the ,people of

15th session, begun and held at the Capitol in the City of those whose homes are covered bv claims confirmed subsequently relief at the darkest period of,the war, when came to our }Hgnda, u'.Ihe'; Ijndminioim charge&j

) Tallahassee, Monday, the 2d day of January, A. D. 1837.The to their settlements by the Supreme Court of the by perils on ''every hrfnd( ,and who have we been were surrounded < made against item m thai rdcr. j)t-
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following members appeared were duly qualified by the United States, and ask for a grant of the right pre-emption ncntly distinguished for their gallantry and enterprise so understand fb.Tattj 10 be. that a.. tsmall
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Honorable TIIOXAS RANDALL, Judge of the Superior Court for tor one quarter section ot land to each individual thus cir last campaign, lost two of their intrepid companions in in the I!: nt the band of Indian! (,W somber
the Middle District of Florida and took their wit arms, lime totally unKnow '
seats to
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: cumstanced. who became victims to the disease of ot r climate. I allude sudden intur8ion into ) nue c e.If

; From Escambia County, JACKSON MORTON. Another subject worthy to be presented to the considera-1 into I ilfaj.lVtlham Washington and Mr. Yerger, who died at i country more than 150 the he arl of thei, i!
'Valton.' ANUVS CAMPBELL. ation of is the of ( the this in the month of r.ilt'S f' 1
Congress, necessity fortifying princ pal place September last. We owe it as a I their boundary, in a pI!
Washington .' WASHINGTON' TABOR. sea ports of the Territory which yet remain defencecrP: .\|respect for their memories, and as a debt of gratitude to the thickly) y curt'd I, aria im bLohoOd :
( Jackson"' RICHARD H. LONG & WILLIAM From the of the in of the and :State from Tbis -ithmtt arms
increasing product country, one i j I generous patriotic whence they came, to place I Ptcrmtion oduced "'Jme alarm. :
ROBINSON. most Valuable staples: and the growing commerce of the Bays) over their graves appropriate tombs with suitable inscriptions; s amen: : the.. de felicele8S and CO". I t
"Ga sdell" ISHAM JOHNSON AND DANIEL L. of St. Marks, Apalachicola: and :St.; Joseph, they must in a'' and 1 recommend to the Council an appropriation fur that t hnlpitnrts: belor' 1Dilh.iih or input -

KENAN. few years become places of the greatest importance, and I purpose. cvetirg of.t. t tteir) atliu.k on Cot the
"Leon ARTHUR MACON, DHURV WILLIAMS without fortifications, in the event of war with a foreign I 1 he Banks of the Territory, so far as thoir condition ha. t ,, pl.t111atioo. 20 planters were' Camp J t.1t:1I

&JAMES STEWART. power, will invite invasion t from the enemy. Key West and | been made known to the Executive, continue in good cri dit f'd with. l lowhng pmeceand, i in pur.uii arm. ,.
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'' Jefferson a A. B. SHEIIEE Sc WILLIAM R. the Tortugas, from the capacity and security of their harbors': and supply 1 a sound currency to the community. In er anin-; of.the niernr.withoat- knowing itair j I J

Madison TAYLOR.Mc\EIL. affording safe anchorage to the largest vessels of war, should "! jug their several charters, it will be found that mush inequality nu.nbers, or calculating "onde<*lJeD- C'1

Hamiltoll" AUCHIHVLU NATHANIEL BKYAN.LLEWELLIX be objects of national consideration. They arc the only I exists in their liability to taxation, and tho same want res. .

., Alachua" (;ILLJLAND. harbors on the coast of the United :States south of the Chesapeake 1 of uniformity is found in the collection of the taxes from those JO8. '1I. WHITE.'I'I

.. Duval ISVIAH D. HAHT.DAUU where our ships of the line can find projection, either which are responsible. All of these institutions; are liableto i
from the elcments'or the force, of taxation the of WASHINGTON, Dec. 13, 1836
f to I
., St. Johns" LEVY AND JOHN M. FON- superior an cllell1Y.Vhen !{ according provisions their charters, except 8m : I ( 1
we consider their situation, on the verge of the Gulf Stream, the Union Bank of Florida and the liank of Pensacola. was informed for the firit t
TANK.CHARLES i time to
and the wealth and of the which is Ta\"tioll of the former is day, that my I letter to the Pre
:\Iusquito"' Dow ylaa.1)ule extent commerce passing I : expressly -prohibited, andthe charter sid Ilt"Or the U. States 1.
of
.. H r'11ABD FITZl'A TBICIt. by them, and which must continue to increase for centuries of the latter is silent on the subje':t. Under the charter of the had been communicated, May I,1str
,
On motion: of Mr, Tawrfr.: Fitzpatrick was called tn tlio jvt to come, their imponnnee{ as WI\I1 I stations cannot 1m l to 0' ('l"lItral Bank, a tax of three per cent. is required to be paid of (Inquiry, of which to the Court t
1 Chair, \\hcu the House proceeded to the election of Us officers by highly appreciated, and the expenditure of no sum of money i i I i annually! on the nett profits : while the Commercial Bank of to bo used as.rvidence}. ou. are President r
should be in their fortification. From either of these' Flog'da is taxed against Maj[ .
regarded ,
ballot. or.ly two per cent, on its nett pro. ts. The (;en 'cal Scott, xvho.se conduct '
is
!Mr.\ :Morton of Escambia, County, was declared to be unanimous. positions, in a few hou.a sail, our ships of war could be in !I charter of the .Southern! Life Insurance and Trust Company, under rx.irninnlion.This no\t; l

ly elected President. the immediate track of all vessels bound in and( out of the I j l provides that its stock may be taxed as other personal Pro I places me in an attitude

Joseph 15. L.mcabteras: duly elected chief Clerk. Gulf of Mexico. Should we neglect to avail ourselves of'i pert} the tax not to exceed in amount five thousand dollars I I do not .--hoo.> to !lhaii

James *,\'all. cc was duly elected Sergeant at Arms, and Moses these advanta ',s, in the event of a war with a superior naval per :>"1:i1Um. The Farmers Bank of Florida is liable by its accuser of the I'isrluguish'd oct.iyih.tan |' officer opt
f
Ellis \\aselected Door Keeper. power, they would certainly be occupied by the enemy, to I cd'r,rtcr to pay the same taxes as other! !banks of the Territo-, into whoso: mildly operations I
Ou motion of :Mr.\ Downing, a, select committee was appointedto the great annoyance of our commerce. The importance of! ry. In the two last cases, the Legislative] Council has made me now inqlli..ill;. }0u'
wait on his l Excellency the Governor of this Territory, and inform these harbors attracted the attention of the Government .. anti the date Of
manv no m I provision for the collection of any tax whatever, and untilsome that letter I have
him that this House is now organised: and ready to receive since. olficers of the in the Nurional
years Competent Engineer I Department: law has been passed on the subject, no tax can be col- Intelligencer over
communications: from him.Iessr: :. Downing, Fitzpatrick und ,and of the Navy, were ordered to survey thorn, and riltliounhj j i lected from either of them. I I. suggest to the Legislative own name,as an act ol'justice to Gem my)

Macon, were appointed on that committee. o'clock their reports are believed: to have been entirely favorable, dc, j Council the propriety of plac'ng these several institutions as Scott, rorrcrfed upon (better informal,
This House then adjourned until to-morrow at 12 A. M. r lion, the
TUESDAY,. January 3, 1837. subject has: been permitted to slumhT\nthJut receiving the ac- 'j nearly as possible on the same 1 footing ; and if the equality compiling uhuh I deemedit
ion of Congress. I would therefore iccommcnd, that in the cannot be cllected c in other manner that the rimy duty, as the representative of
The House and I any taxes now
tnet to a
adjournment, being
pursuant quorum the
present, thc journal of yesterJa proceedings was read. .! memorial proposed, these subjects J should be brought to the I I I I paid by the Central and Commercial Banks, be dispensed I him.Pt'IIpJe I of Flor tJ.I-o, make against

Mr. President l laid: before the Council, a memorial from E. J. consideration of the National Legislature The education of!i with, and that part of their respective charters by which the I letter shall am be unwilling before tlu-that the first

Wood, contesting the election of Joha Carr from Franklin county, the youth of the Territory is an object of the greatest imnpor- j f tax is imposed, be repealed.. ihe and I court without
econdr gave
together with tuadry documents received through the! post office tancc, and should excite the warmest solicitude of every enema \I The accountability of! the officers charged with the collection I it with me at as I lake Ill) copy Of

which was re.id, and 0:1: motion of :Mr. Fitzpatrick referred to her of the Council.-At present, there is no Institution in Florida I and disbursement of the Revenue of the Territory. '! region to Urn present t thiloc.
yalisticti.
select Committee., Messrs.! Fitzpatrick,Johnston and Macon were where they can be educated i in the higher (branches of learn j jxrhaps: not sufficiently provided for ; and I would, there i-[ .I luil and say impartial' review ant utihefncNindcirtutiiaMnces upon(

appointed on that Committee. log, and they are compelled to go abroad to receive that in- ) t fore, recommend a revision and amendment of the law on-l : cqinrrld: with

Also the memorial of T. Levingston, which was read, and with struction which cannot be h procured at home. Among the i I tiiis: subject, in such manner as to insure the most proms Fl< ri, campaign, and upon eviJcnre-tin

the accompanying documents, referred to the same Committee. earliest acts of Congress, passed after the cession of Florida| and faithful performance of these important duties. Tax not then before me that the failure l js
to Mr. Downing Irom the select Committee appointed to wait to the United States.was that in which Townshinsof land I should I
upon : two not .be drawn unnecessarily from the people : but not to be attributed tu Flat (;, mr, I
His Excellency the Governor, reported that the duty had been were required to be reserved from sale and be located for i Scott r
performed to where puhhc necessity requires them to be levied, a judiciousand :> nor to <:au aril I the Committee were instructed: by His Excellency' to the support of a Seminary of learning.; These lands were economical: application[ of the funds arising from them, i In* POVMT tu control or remove. 's

say that he would be prepared to communicate to this House at 12 generally selected with great judgment, and would now pr should be strictly observed.! It vva* my intention II) have avail: .

'r o'clock to-Jay. duce a valuable fund. By an act of the last session of Con- There is another subject of deep interest to the community;.j I ed my .cll*of'-the: first appiopiiate occasion .

Mr. Fitzpatrick; gave notice that he will on some future day in. gress, the Governor and Legislative Council are authorised and one in the opinion of the Executive, which, hitherto, has I in thlJ [House of Representatives

troduce a bill to incorporate the Florida, Atlantic, and Gulf of Mex. to sell one half of the two Townships' abovomcntioned, the I not received from the Legislative Council, the attention and to have declared tins in my

ico Rail Road and Steam Boat Company. Also a bill to e-.tubli-.li proceeds to be invested ill certain trustees named in the act,I consideration which Its importance requires. I allndf to the I |plane: n s a-i act of justice to a. dilllH ....
,a one term of the Superior Court in Dade County iu the Southern who are authorised to appropriate such an amount as may be i number and variety of charters which are granted at i gulsgrd "f1jn'r.

District of Florida. Also a bill to reg jlate the fees aid terms of required for the erection of suitable buildings. and to procure session, on the application of companies, the nern''s every"I of I In raying tin,. I confine-: therorri'[

T service of Notaries Public, and Judges of the county Courts. Also the necessary apparatus, the balance: to be invested in sonicproductive I which. in many instances, are non-residents of the Territory I ciulum; 10 his military ..p-Miri I : *?* I*
bill to repeal an act relative to the capture of Negroes found iu I I neither intend(
j'a. Nation. stock for the support of the institution. I would } ha\'il1.no. common interest with the j JlcoJlle.! The power of to explain r.o retnct
Seminole ;
M 1C recommend to the Legislative Council; the adoption of the j i) granting charters is a high and responsible one ; and should: I any ibis:; i saul! ol "Ord r ;Xo. ';3"
the
On mot'iu of :Mr. Fitzpatrick, Chief Clerk, Sergeant at Arms
reflecting:
necessary measures to this act into effect be exercised with !I on the People l gi Florida
aud Door Keeper took their respective oaths of office. carry guarding at j II great caution and deliberation. There arc a'i.1 uiuUt 1 ;
the samctime in the most careful manner against abuse instances where the interest of the '! rdmit thil tlwre u: much
Messrs. John G. Gunn, Robert Copcland, and Neill McPheraonwere any many community requires
in the expenditure or preservation of the fund arising from i! that thsholild be conferred while there palliation; fur llit- mgr ot a )laj.tu.(
duly elected enrolling and engrossing Clerks. arc others, w here .
t fuulIllnJ .
) His Excellency the Governor transmitted to this House die fol. I the sale ot the land. It will he proper at the same time, for( | the grant; would! attended with the greatest evil and :., ]us. I t I e.-i ottirfM on ,revolts and niotf"I l i\v< .flltc br -

lousing message, which was read, and on motion of :Mr. Fitzpatrick I the Council to designate some suitable place for the location i lice tu all, or to some part of tlie: community. I wo'i'a, there tHiz-usoi; Fl.uida. I can r Never o..piCllou think; I

.t two thousand copies ere ordered to be printed. of this Institution, either by their own selection or that of fore, recommend to the Legislative Council, a more guarded I that there wi> .mv jnrt.tAtiUn! f'jrilu
Commissioners tn }h p appointed for that purpose. action) in the exercise of this l hhli j l and}important howrvrr .

MESSAGE.GENTLEMEN The responsibility of public officers to the peoplevho are There IS no portion of the United f'*ales more power.susceptibleof II ihargr I ted, ur by whomsoever U may avouched have orijini-or.

) : immediately interested in the manner) in which their official improvement of every kind than the Territory of Flori-i, endorsed. ,

: As the Representatives of the people off duties are performed, constitutes one! of the first principles of da, every year its resources arc more and more extensively i i!i 11 my teller has been {laid hcftre irleouru -

Florida, I am happy to meet you in Council, and will unite republican government, and cannot be departed from without developed by the successful industry and enterprise of our: 1 have; to rrque-t fiat I you Hilt

r-. .. with yon most cordially in support of every measure calculated danger of an abuse of power. In our Territorial Gov- citizens. Its climate is found r peculiarly favorable to the I.I present this for their cunMdcrdtiooiiiiMderatioii

to promote the prosperity] and welfare of the country. ernment, Congress has conferred on the people the right of" growth of the most valuable staples, and its soil yields an ot the other.

f There arc many important subjects which should claim your electing= their representatives in the Legislative Council, and I abundant reward r to the labor of the husbandman. In a 1 hate the honor/ to be,

attention ut the present session ; and so far as the limited in some other instances of less consequence.! But there arc few years it i !Jiojicd that the different extremities of the coun- Your most ob'dt s rvt.I .

time allowed me to perform that duty may permit, I will en. other high and important officers who hold their places under I I try will be connected by rail roads, and a rich! commerce will I JOS M WUITE.I [ .

; dcavor to present them to your consideration. the authority of the General Government, and who feel no i I llounch in all our sea port towns. With these advantages'aid ;}. Gen. ALxx.thua,1lACOars.

I regret to inform you, that the war with the Seminole Indians responsibility whatever to time people over whose interests 1 cd by a judicious and prudent system of Legislation, in a I

so long protracted, has not yet been brought to a close they preside. Such is particularly, the situation of the Guv1ernor short time Florida must become one of the most prosperous I -- --
r The frequent changes of the officers charged with the direction ; the Secretary of the Territory ; the Judges of the **f* and desirable portions of the Union.

and management of the war, has contributed in no small perior Court, and the District Attorneys. Neglect! in t ..' That you, gentlemen, will contribute all in your power to XORTHWESTERX I 1 DI.\.3.

degree to produce this result. But it is most earnestly hoped performance of public duties, will}generally! be found( in I proportion promote its welfare:; I have every assurance ; and I shall be Information has DETROITNor 22. / s
been
that tho General now in the field be to the absence of icsponsibility, and the distance t leceivtd d:
f distinguished may at- happy to co-operate: with you to the extent of andability.
; my power r the otlioe ul Indian Affairs in this
I permitted to remain and pursue his own plans of operation which the officer is placed from the power by which he is ;' I '

,. against the enemy without interruption. Should such be the controlled. It would be, jH-rhaps, unjust to say, that t le II! Your fellow citizen, h cilj uulmlr, ol 3'| : :

case, there is every reason to be'icvc' that the war will very evil which I intend to present to your consideration arises R. K. CALL, I. Lluppew.i\ ot the tipper iMi.ouuippi.Tlie : .

soon be brought to a successful termination. On the seventeenth from negligence, and a disregard of duty ; |hot I feel i ( I f Governor of Florida. !I I pillagurs, a warlike hood of the
and twenty-first of November of -aincd to call your attention to a palpable: instance in
eighteenth a part whiell.1! I (aver 'trine, are incensed at the (failure
I from some cause the most :Mr. Fitzpatrick moved that a Committee be appointed to co;,itractj
the army then in the field defeated the combined forces oi the important; interests of nianv ol the authorities! at the pent t of St.
4;. confederate chiefs in three decisive battles with great loss, citizens are sacrificed by the want ofpunrinalitv;; and atteu-j j I for I the pri.iting of this House; which motion prevailed and Messrs.Kitzpatrick l'drrs to (pii'Mbb r the muid-rer of
and that Committee.
and dnne the Indians from all their known hiding places. tion in some of our public functionaries.!' The 1 several acts of Levy Long were appointed on some ol their eople, lur taejr .bad
I The House then adjourned until to-morrow at 1o'clock.From .
Their strong holds<< on the Withlacoochee, which they have Congress, organising our Judicial :System:; provides, that the been delivered up by the Siiui.Guelle ,-

J hitherto defended with so much success against our invadingarmies four Judges<< of the :Superior:; Courts"or a majority of them,I the N.,M"n.il Intelligencer, Platt the Chict ..I t the j plllgerr;

have all been abandoned, and t they have lied cafuchlct !shall!, hold annually, at the! Seat:; of Government, an Appellate To avoid all inisundcrstanding and misrepresentation on the has returned Irom a puhiicaf oufttt

It. and dispirited!; with' a loss= of power and of confidence, whicht. Court, to wlHch'nls of error and 'anneals II --., "m.-iv",- In.-- .tiL-r.i.... .. .fml..... I subject of the position I occupy, and the paper I recently !transmitted to La Pointe, nub supply otamrna-'
must soon lead to their destruction, or their submission; if the I pro>;ccntcd from the several Superior Courts. In mo. cases to thi :Military Court now engaged in the investigation: of mtionand has subsequently sent messages

success we have acquired, should be pursued with promptnessand !involving; claims to valuable property, or for the recovery of)I' tlu conduct of(Jcn.'Scolt, I have to request that you will [pub. \\'It lobicco, l>> a number of a

I and activity. That it will he, I cannot doubt, from the well large sums of money ; the right of appeal is exercised by the li-h the loiter mss;,-If. the surrounding villages, to furnish.

", known energy of the General who has lately succeeded to unsuccessful party in the Court below. hence, it becomes I It will be perceived, that this letter is nothing more than \vapublished volunteers' u large war party, oy
of the in Florida. a subject of deep interest the i in the National the advice ot a teacher !located at
i the. command army ] to ctimnu.nitthat every term t over my own name, Intelligencer more
.Since your last annual meeting, a portion of the Territory of the Appellate Court, should he promptly and punctually th-ui ,.i ix months e'en.en, in reference to and in explanation ol, a letter Leech Lake one of lilt chiefc. consented

l I has suflered all the calamities incident to war with a fierce held. Such, I regret to say, has not }been the case, and a addressed to tins President in May lust. ihdt their utficers plan should tiflhe communicated Indian / -

? and savage; enemy. Many of the inhabitants have. been driven session of this high and important tribunal t ) owing to the absence As that letter was transmitted to be used as evidence against t ) tbtl alul :jt.; Petcr's.FHe "

from their homes, with the loss of all they possessed, and of some one of its incmlicrs, has not been held for the (ieu. Scott I considered it nothing but an net of justice that the department Press.DANDIES.al Uclruit.

where they have escaped the pursuit of the Indians, it has. last three yeaJs. The presiding Judge of this Court has been : ul ,lauce of the other should also be made part of the record. : :

frequently] occurred that the fathers of families 'have become regular in his attendance, and occasionally some one of the It will l he seen by the recent letter, of which I send here with h I .
the r associate Judges have been ,t but sufficient copy, ihat I have retracted nothing. I have only repeated whatI
victims of disease, contracted by fatigue and pros not a number -
.1 exposure had p'cvioiitly) published' in relation t to an officer with whom I Duid.es, to mako a greater show
.t.: and have left their wives and children destitute of the means to constitute a quorum. These oJficcrs being beyond the '! li.ivc in.lint.lined .
the mo.-t t friendly relations fur fifteen Itis Wear us stuck out \\' tbpJdtallJ.pulling
co; :
;
control of the I years.
of By the bounty of the Government in Legislative (Council, I am unable to recommend j
aupporti providing due mbef! letter
1. m to say that the was conceived, wiitten, and
rations for( the unfortunate sufferers, immediate distress has I to you an appropriate remedy agr.inst this evil, so deeply 1 felt i I cit) before I [hud Any intimation tint letter to the Pres'dent ;
'. been averted but more should be by the whole community. But after passing through my And this u: surely app ropOf: ,
; }permanent provision made l a j. '- 1 had been read or comm.-nled upon as it is reported 10 have been
for their support, and it is most confidently believed that the riod of fifteen years of Territorial Government, I am persuaded in the Military Court now sitting. I had, inn conversation witha For what's a goose, without(tb<

Government of the United States, with an overflowing treasury that the intelligence, the wealth! and number of our mutual friend some time since announced intention if my tul1iillg
my
r and a surplus revenue of near fifty millions, 'will not refuse inhabitants i is now sufficient to enable us to assume a State I b'tti-r of May:\ last was made the subject of n charge against Gen.

t.?; to indemnify our citizens for the losses they have sustain Government, under which all public officers may be held me Scu'.t: : to communicate the substance of time publication referred to What better reason can you guess '

i. : ed in a war produced alenc by the policy of the Government, dia'':Ay, or immediately, responsible to the people. If I am At the period ol making that communication to the President, Why men are poor, and ladic ikw- ,

I t and in which they had no agency whatever. The act of the correct,n. in the. estimate. I .had. fo"-med of the capacity of the lh
.\ t Uovcrnment (however laudable me intention) to coerce the territory it is a duty which we owe ourselves as American FII rid'l. It was increased by the publication of" Order No. 48;" For thousands now for dinnerM.d t

aft. ..1.. Indians to emigrate to a distant, and to them an unknown citizens, justly proud of our Republican Institutions, to claim which I deemed it my duty, ns their" representative to notice. I Till n-iught w' left to dyers (at*ia'

: '" .. and unacceptable country, involved us in war, and many the right of self Government, in preference to remaining lon- have never retracted, arid never shall, what I said in condemnation lIer. ....
.. t of our people in absolute ruin. From the commencement of ger in a state of Territorial vassalage, under the absolute dominion of that older and in vindication of the People of Florida Cincinnstttt!.U'b'10'

: hostilities until the present time, many of our citizens have of the General Government. The only argument agnin l|the denunciations contained in it.But -

> been compelled to take arms and neglect their domestic pursuits which can be offered in behalf of a continuation of the present believing, as I did, that the failure of the campaign was The Bowery ;Theatre: op n:* Jao.

'l. &. they have not only struggled to defend their own homes state of things is that the expenses of the Territorial! Government owing io the want of previous preparations, the lateness of the 2season Thus, though fire do- geelischiel :ati1.
; are defrayed d by the United States. But the nature of the country which was the theatre of operations IOdu.t lry ruonu
.c fought the battles of the General Government, and on all occasions as a trifling consideration, when compared with the sacrificeof I and the character of the enemy to be subdued, I felt myself I rrpaiiit. Mr: Dmuetmanager. d 1:1 DOIf I lao...
independence and the bound, b all the obligations of honor and duty voluntarily to say huo all IiUCCt:>
they have displayed a courage and fortitude which rights and privileges incident to a > if I We wish
r which however, I ohould have been restrained from saying
; reflects the greatest credit on themselves and country. Under' State Government. In a few years, Florida will abound in I
had then heard of the language of menace (imputed,: hope
these circumstances it to that their claims wealth, and will contain a numerous population. If IMKOMeTU.r.If d
t ( appears me, to we can- without truth, to General Scott; before the Court at Frederick.The .
i Est, indemnity are founded on the immutable principles of justice, not at the commencement sustain the splendor of other State recent events have proved that alter a year of preparation, youth. b ua.J.-Uj tims;
and will be sustained the liberal and Govenments, which have been long in the : summer4 Y
of
by enlightened confederacy the
Congress wo !have not had much more success, owing! to the same causes A world of utreu-a ...
r of the United States. I would therefore recommend Union, let us be contented with a more humble a
to the display, until though the enemy was much more readily found, and the troops sWhat fs: in hli prime
;- Legislative Council, to prepare a memorial at the earliest I time shall have ripened our resources to maturity. I would, as efficient and gallant as were ever employed in uny service.I .- ere asn but a sti: .rn 1"

period of the Session, setting forth in appropriate terms the I therefore, recommend to the Legislative Council the adoption have gr:atly misconceived the character of Gen, Scott, if b o Is its remcm brace
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i The bill, I trust interpreted and executed in''I .. -- .
: ing been loaded,_ the xvhqle} nine discharges : u ; : "'I, -_ (_ J
I lhe spirit in which \\tsl'lsocd.: will allord relief! '
: F.oBI@N 1 1A 1 i uc-re made from the rifle before a second could LIST OF LETTEllS, \I UtVAUTin- subscriber has removed' to
to and citizen who has
every poor patriotic; : 1 h iz- i! bo made from the caibiniDuring Remaining in the Post Office at San on the RE lilt> Store formerly occupied by Jams S. Lint, I
the wholeof -
mlt'his\ Hit' and the service of : Iero.
: prnperW in his i j 5ih .
January I837which not-taken the Clerks Office door south
m !! I he I trial as i3i ok store and one
:11AtiS country. i not a single t' p mused fire ; a ud| 1st of April J nexl, will be sent lo the General Post M iner's. Where he has Oil hand a lupply of DR

tLtU.Tj.tI1tiTTTi : I laa\ bec-n rejoiced to see that our laic OJH> :lat: t a distance of loOjar wuh 1 1 10 grams ofpOW U.fct as dead le.ters. GOOD, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, 1

r' i I 1 I rations have' bot-ii moie sut'"faclory: I than: herein-1 I'l', I the hall prrlo- J'HI I m'h pim' bou l James: 11 Abbot d Wm James 6 llery Saddlerjc.. tf'., which he will dSp09 '

--AnsENAI.Ire-' observe- :,, .fore.: I bhall lose no time iu having ample! prov'i- atul was Uitlencd aguinsl; 1 a buck wall behind: .Naihr.n ; James Jackson 3 lo-v for cash or approred I THOMAS 1 credit TILLINGHAST. to'f 7
.i mndt1 I.ere iu advance tif
ERNOI4 I'ill : every emergency it. ( ,
; Alexander 3 Richard Jones
Moc-r OOU is included( I in the l'sti1a1e ;.tlhtlllg"! | I lie piM which. has been :assumed me by ;II I I ,Suut0 I, .C Tallahassee, 7th January, 1337 -1WNUTJCE..11
lindson i
o. appiehr-tiMons \\'cniCuitci t.uj,4otl that Aikin John 6
b.l tbe sum 1).1' tIlIIclit: lo, 1 187.hc ; I Hie pt-upic of t'loinla, i is neither haxarduus IUT : \Kennedy persois: indebted 10 the cst te ,
,
liom the
o.I I Lhe OrJllancc' .' {rliiiiou-, as iliit o|' inc iicld of halile, I neveillie, I I I Ilo .: oniicjiiit) ) or! the d1.lrges. :.uv.leta, | }IJ.>-.ijo J Abernalli Jonas IJellner 3 1 > required make payment

conllnue'l'lIr., workS Uwl pLHe tluimg tinC >s InM, iu mx. nioii- humble position), 1 ball; c rrj '> ijiiulion mi.dlllJc piuduced. To prove t the (C.1 P1 Armstrong Isaac: Kersey 2 the undersigned, and all ft'rlon. haI:$cla.ns; Iglunlt J ; -

b. to 1 on tlif ic( r hi-ie t III I thtir l atl tlucI; iuii.I I II i t-ntne !fit-edom. ol tin nlta froi.,1' ,, rI.III'r! : Jnlin A Hales: ,klex Kirkpatrick : aid estate. ate hereby requested: lo preset! the Mrne '

eCPt ,; I lam nnxv cuijii geil (II vx'inij :is you have seen .'I 1 Corhran placedQ\ (:,V powder( ( in "the| Thomas HariotJt %Vm M King properly authenticated wIthin the lime prescribed by

rfuiE.-ll is nut true, that Col.I/ i itt ihrotiirh Hit bdll.r!l : the plymculof) horses) in chamberover tin b il'.s, tlld,, uS uuuul| the, (Person Barbey 3 John Kirkpatrick Uw. W'.l. BRODIE.R.I.UnRRY.. .
Cps
( 1 lie J wrote a C'lhlt'.j\'III' i 10 hive prov iNiuii made for:, the indl'lIllIlIiea'lhlli I j I, allil so i IrCIII\1( .lal C [ '
uiscJ, to (.cll.: Scott.- .cel. it was dist barged as Shelby Hea-ley jiful Keys January 7th, 1337. 2-J-tf I
11/0/' I 0" : of our citizens, 1 1:1111: al tins III.'- i,' ali'la" IlC'li John ieo W :-
bas
of ) ol ". Bartlett 2 Ly YOTICE.--ix weeks after date I
t l'Xpl.III.ltlr to
thc Court Inquiry ] |IllIl'nl.t :a it I leaM kntc clap in I the I l.mof NalimiN i ;, "- I' ttal apply
)l"ltcrJ 01 lieI' ; 48 and I hive aiiuutt I ( :apt. .\': ( ob-eivts, that with the cloest H Burgc-gs 2 his: Lemon the County Court Jefferson folcter of aj.
I
011' the 'fdt1I4tI ; o. I u lneu Iot l I in I lie ham mocks "I' l picfOilenl .ancy : IIIj
ministratoii the estate of ftc late Dr. Jno. McLe- _
I hUi obserK1iO' nciling$ *;.ul itbjiucting) ( it, : ill cII.'a\'lIlillt, ) : IlIl'"Ilhli.lI.'h.1I| 1 tluiik, :I, -- > :,-nlinhe I could not discover any objec.itMi Samuel Hatcman 5 las Lewis 2 more. Q.I J. ..VcCANTS.Januiry _

In "hicb bc rctiact | v\ilh 'ir uithoul prernitiu. ue the un.l.iabte-1.: 'I' ,Mi. ( 'oi-hi.inV invention) ; nul Lieut James: :\ Hrv.son4 Hiram Love 7th, 1837.

'I rettrat |Ills| llclence( "f the lK'"lIe of* i riglll of my Millcnnj. '. !' \\' oili/ou-. | 'I.a ,.n *, that. (-implicity, II url' IS.CS any '! D.n.il Hums 3 I \m Lulon -

ppd IorU1a ,gainst. the foul a eisious ca.t Ujflthem f 1 am xciy i expect fully, \ !hi::,. .1 I i ili.' ;ivind )II. Ins -Vei; ern, an.l lh,il its Samuel Burrows 2 .\IrC\! J L\nch 2 A LIST OF LETTERS:

- } The tuf 1 i is \, ." tutIJo '', .. .. : John (G Burrow \ th post t Office at
I
I {l'ti. Scott. ( out Inquiry \ fl'liIill.a die' aim fan; be MIIUIH; il up inllni .iughhn Mcintosh Remaining <5 Quincy j

bY) :;EL'L: :Ii., \\ 1111'1': riiuin.iHaker; I lessee Alankinredel Fla. the 1st 1837 and if
I day January
iot1 at FrC(1fIiCI(I I i. MJ. The latclill \ : e: wonir is riurECT.I: : on ,
.
11 I.n .C.SI U 1I.LiA)1ILSti I ) I''q. Franklin, C Bmkley 2 ; ( .Mclntosh lot taken out before the lat day of April will -1
bc
"laJe
Cas'II1I11Cbt! likely % '
SccrctutJ. 1r. I \ ;-,4 Miacl lionia litg Hook oi\hip Fuiratti, J. I'h, uii.i; A HmcoI'Vrliiiand John \ McCrabb he sent lo the General Post Office as Peodoilers. :
t which will bc .saddled all \ .A"I GTO1, )1'(. I 10, 1&3G.Dc.irSir <
the Clpc. n. : Sloiii: toaster fio-n! Much to Ihllil/ fln'. iob'rt Bllfr henry MalpyiMcKniiht .

t ins of omission and commission, comjoe to the-:iejb I vv.oteoua taki.ii. :and lew in davs ag i <'I, ill regartl InIll'IallO1 I|I I Dec 8th IHJfi.1: 2 1 1'. ?'1. me ship XX.IN I Bil! J Atwater Elizibeth I: McSwain Flora _ t
CIIIIICllIl'llIi"1I1
pitted iluung As camjnugn of last winter.Go I ; I t." ihe I'r't"'lIlinu( ; < tenniaiiinin: I| nl'ilieHruli I ', -tiuek( by a Irr.'iiendiiniis M'a.; wiu.-h entic-l:: )' I Kr.uiois (U BUrcl i I L McKinney 2fames \vcritt Elizabeth \ McCall Elizabeth _

:i \\ t ll.e I uuilij us. 1 have to- day nreived! a : buried her under water, vvlien! She cry (.1 all I \II BitiicI J \beruathy G IIJrorket McDougald Alex 1

*'. CALL'-. AI>DUI>S.-In reporting thc i| Ifttcr on I lh.it: I Mihect] from :the t'l'r.iary ">l\Var,, upon deck was I Ibat the .ship ui 1* g';I"1 I II ; "'illriiii-.on Brown ["flac MeeksJoseph Wm McNeal Joseph _

\ of (tf en, Call to the commitlen nr oi.t., | which 1 herewith enclose, :am u requestou toI I I lliH time I tlu whole of the su:'airiciuiis! and }) Jn" or Thos[ B.hour' P Martin 2 Britt Geo \ Mt-cham J J -

-ply him, whrc .111'spealwl; of his re* j I publish) It lor;, l hue iiii'ni; nialinn of the \"""/. '. ch unicU tin the lib'.ml snl<-, .\ III! linplank |I H i ail I )' Honlm Levi S Martin Bourn Samuel L McCall Mary Ann

CJ( te receive 1 am, veiy uspecMullv, youts: k(-. -heer bloke in pioecs ;an.l eairic-.l; axx.y:: I i.ikmMtli :: ;i J'IIII B irn.ibi'r ''Villy loris Ulount PCampbell McThomas -
that I i
on.hc said
(Cm.; JarJ.- lie Patrick
t tn( mve) JOS. M.'WJIU'K.WAR :. i
lotions \ it everv tiling upon deelliii.; .- >puttop- ij j Llij:! di Ii tiller! Levi Morgan Duncan Mitchell Hugh _
UftC! (for his
him n debt If gratil ) fiicmUhip from in i-t and lovxt-i yaids xvcie 111a'\"I'I.' !hol., :'i III I II !I J.lr..n: or Jepllu tI PJ Murrry Chinch HepibahDarnochan Morgan MrsAlcKenzie .1
1 DEPARTMIINT) : i i: ______
lis voutbto( ) 1II.1I1110lld-that) his fl.dlltn.- tIi.'('u's sind xveie l firned ofl'in i nitimeiit willi: I } HiriiceII [Thos J Mattock( 5 John 2 Alex '
I December) 1 IDlh, 1 JS.iij.Sir I
uards him \\-'re tho'p of a child to a fathei; '-- | the bo.it, and evt-ry: ;:aI ticI.* ii; o'i cl.! '.;!i. Stub I : (C B.iflimnn, Lieut Alex Jroom Wm McBride. D SClemmol1 1
I I have lhi clay had; tho honor to ieiviyciut Mitchel '
he might command his life (should(! not I i u is ,the foe of I the I :1'1. I th I III I\'t. Y i>ui! t 1.1: t the I .J.lIutI..s Hurroxv Stephen X umen Thos Nicholson Dr M '
I
that{
f:(- I. letii'I of lie 1 17'h i in t. rin-lixinii 1 .
The I. I .I.c' I k wis '!.irokc-n: Oil: by whu'Ii) : allY llin.g; w.i', [L' U IJurrMadiion A Noel I Carpenter Richard: B Vewcomes John
honor., uoids ill italics/
touch ins / wriuomitted one i'liiin' John Loxvis! Ksq. ij lied Oi loljei
,.4 ':red. At 1. {this Ii lie lh> &i-a.I'a- m.ikiug a I Iu I ; Hrow.i John D Nowcll Darby Susan Nervvood Sarah A
ant the error was not diacovcied 26,11, 183G: :.mtl c'allill the attention iiI' iliv j .
( 1111tilnotJll't' ;
,fair:u j brc'It'h over I the :hijl; I/: all d-ii-otiou: ( *; I lhemen Mancn Hiovvn David; Ochiltree Dixor. Henry Oats James '
make the CMit'ciimi. Ire li.1.1.1Illt lel'rtltllu'llI) to the, st.Me civilians: in Fiol, id.1. 3
( .1V ( hid t to he ernied: In ihc pu.n| s by tiie; ,<, -larsol Brown Jas S Porter Edmonds R L Ochiltrec M 4 ,
I
TIle letter :.Mi.i
of Levxi will tloul.t-)
prcfCnJ :
a J3kC'r.: iKitrs' ; Ijesjdc-, \\o \\\cu in. a j> i- i I".ss have peiceived, wa.1 I ilk II iinineiliately) put ih- ship !h.-ori! lie(! wind l,u. -i! .: would I 1.F 1) Bodenhamer; J D Patterson Gates I'erry Wm -
alter I In' iadc ol ( ;Joverimr
'i\ nMio< nioveinenl i
fiom, the i(1kCt that' it : no) tall till', liii! laid III III.: tiouxli; o. ihe MMconplotely Thos B Carrol Franklin C Pinkley Eccles J C 3. Palcrson Alex I -
(flon so reim.te : ) \\ aslo 5: I ( .i IL's f'oice* I in October ,1:1.t.; anil nmler I the : .
) buried. I Having I secured the cabn: Win P Cannon las M Paine Ellis Cinq Uc::noIcU
fltxl an impossibility to hear distinrlly.Vtv. !i mfl.ii-ntc of thv:? apiiielien i ,imiows as well I as we eouU: by stuflrig: i them I Hugh A Catron Helen Mary Prince Giles J H iealy 4 '

1 event. S:'(- ilut I Inn? I th" cainpujrn has been with bed ami all h IUds Rufus Carter .% Galbrailh.JO 3 >reight M 1l
; blank"t\ \veuomploy r Vnlhony | \
{ Ur.iD arnxrd J ill tov\n last Powel p
evening.- nnic-il vxitb Inteih
rat; Hlinrncy. cnec I
le : rr
ell ill Mielt'htng I mall I iiijie-i cncr IIL-! : il.rl.for: Sterling C CrosnCol Martin Grdnth.ll A Shaw Jane : .
lie .nrct IIDIII ill tiC IlJa, been, teeetveil iml alRil of thief Pow.1 ,
(;lIne < Tumpd) oxoincl I- I JlrclIlul : W -
i the puiposc til ecurin: 4 I lhem-'I C'h while! n nl- I I David Catnfield John 7 Glenn 1 Rebecca.Smith J i ; ;

"u,'ntct< "Theq.." Nothing ol iin I Iu. i, "lIl"ce.o.ful I elu'uullle"1111, the funny and lag blankets' and pi.ink- cver ,l'i' .' I 111111 I$ h'. a". Ballie Cojin; : L. W Reynolds 2 Howard Henry Salubrity Elizibelh IfHolloman .

u. ""ortMwc: Jus l Ii aii"j'iied &in<:-e our la \ ud iCl'S. "1"1"1110111"( ; are -o uiii, on in a mnnncr uliuh I u and plankshccr. 1 H.iviu I ; dIututuI: that could I James Cheak \ C RobertoI: 3 [ F Shaw Daniel '

\ 1'ItIilIi l'S to bring I the war to a -potdy Icrunin.fl.u. i- be done it xvas tlecmeiluhiaMi: I., li:l.ti.n .\n-lin lardy 2 George- Ro'erti Hudnall Mary E Smith JSnycler '.;- 'u'Ilakitis

'.lm, >CK -A juiy of i mq'icst \\i; }held clIl ; ,. Michael; M
the hip by ttea iu'. t',n > ,1'U i II i 1. wnir'iwe : I Samuel Cornin Jas Roberts '

lji--J.iv (ttUiniiig ll\tr i llnj hotly) of K. S. MilJer \ !, lu i < >;pcito tu! : a icti ill of this DepartiiHMit, ; cotilmufil al 1i.1,: I I 10) i'i ,\111.i 1 ih .' Alfred Caniwny Foster Reed Hunter James 3j Sylester: VillotYoodard -
I
l t"r t'vI'r.11 \cars si ro'periall! ncrtl..int, : b4 Ic-rvo, to tier i *\tu to my antr.ial icpoit I toth I I 1\\ ind aljt'; '':tI, l 1..1\ a in,i j .1 hi-.iv s<..i. 'Iiltl i i | r.&n-e; !l : John Covey la* RcamesHenj Knighton Nancy \ Mary
'! !}" '-iiIi.itt. ditfd t the :tl 'm-taiit, hid bol"oii :

iflhis cl1%'. -lhe vnilict uftlw i j juiy i \\ .is thaI 1 ( with tin-! I I'ic-"nl.'nvV -, I the .ship to labor III .1 IIHI-.I ni..iiiui mninei, j Hc-njamm Davidson 3 S Russ Kennedy Allen \V\ arner Susaa I (

I ingns inesamand one pump cC/lislaal.y) : j mj. lii<- ..1.11'1'1'. / \ III: I .V J. Davidson 2 [L D Sanders 4 Kyle HitmillenLent Wynn W BWilliams .
ills tlealh I l h wounds flu-tod 1i
I Jtraine; 1""i y byJas ;lIIlJI'I.(1' at !1"1111 ill th<- (iluu! > ;atnXa.\ l
hei-n lendeiecl eii'in'i 'h'u-i'les-- : 1'hos J D I\'i hon 3 Thos Sanders Wa M 3 Thomas
2
; in eu.i i I"IIC"I.
_
I "T <
D. llu 1 1 oniu :iuJ J\udd' r. Thi-- lion,n mti.lli"i-ncc-r. tiv_ vvlm-h\ it <* nl he M-CH I '
j j',1 whieli iv\n .r ihf n11,, ,J. tl:5,1 .. j I in '::11"i .' I u ,., Wm, Dabney Jas M Scott 3 Lorimer J H T 3 \Voodbury Colia _
;ih it tl! n."" I liul!; -u-un-s; for a u ou'I.orlll 'I '
'nig! ; IllS, aaiior! pcipcir.itcd in T.ul.I.| i'<' I prn-: I uuahlci; to work ;any l-,,n' i i,1&1 : .\ S DenlonJackson "'I G 4 Robert Jr YOJ>{> Sarah I
Shirley
.. i n111 ill ;aliii l.i i.i i 11"ill-Hi" caf! tini> .ii u 11 in n lit
f\n\ t Us >s lik-iuenl; and 0 has ci>l ;a ;< ucialVuii : I Iding; Ihn ship hc'loic; Ili-s w.n-l! .itul ".-.i uunlI I Davidson John S Stokes Lloyd Daniel' 80 lettersLarkiiu
11&.1 l 'el' ilui- D"IIj'IIIJC'lIt :11alrc..lCl.v been ,
!
:
: i : .
:\ over ll.t- ClllrHlI1Jllil-lcollu'.h.tldy t .itis.f1.r I, dav- li-.. lii,, wlll'lI1') saw' .1 snip ii, ih-< > i'iii.\i'd' : Win N Dawson Calvin G Shelton Peisons ror the above letters, will : _
> of -
J .1"11. 'l't I iiii- nation Iaal: 1
i::
.' iiird. \\.Jld- ;iinp recoiltI | and. Kasixvnul I ; At !1)) :WJ. OJ''I; !{'' inci :.John K: DcinaatcrH) Thos J StovalDurrelt ; please; advertised. ''I .
ld- tit \\IS laru: \\ sy
; i i h.) 11"1/ 1-1< it.iit i'il, that; the!) lust 1 ileiarh-l ; : _
:
: i sloljl Malakc-s-cl, ii!' Dllkliurx.) : .ijit. 1 Diev) ,, Isaac D'incan: Sanfurd 22-3w JOHN S. GUNK. P. M. b
, 'Hi Iirtcd j 'tWIII <.1! the! .'l it.iiu.t l>atiion| | called; I fur 1 hy -_ ___ ____ ___ I, 4
llIrll"lluc.\t'cJ( to be ''ai"11 ol'l;'! I lu.: virirk.Lcj.ixiug :1 .\bncr Dyer 2 %Vii) II Soabury
n-riilM'r: : \ :., in cv('iv diiection III pl.r.lIt.. 1 ( ;Jciii-rai .1 rsuij)1 n-arhed Tatnpi, l Ii'iv abniil t : LiST Oi LETTER ,
; her in a .sinking: cond.it m, wi> with i Griv C Edxvaid- Vbram Slrcet
tintiUt'i( '! ; nlihit 119 I rt-L-ruils for tin11th .. R.m.inin in the Po at Tallahassee
%u.ti-iic : .
TtieiH-\t nioriiing the piivcncit wt-io 1 tr001.IItI ;( ; ,, .sointj diHicultv! got on I,'s.irul I the .M.iii t i!L i Il'l t.I 1 I Henry I ,; \ Elliot: 2 I haac Smith the ht ufJ.luary, IIni: not Urice advertised OI. :-
| ml'iiiliy, li-lt .\ &".\' Voik CMI the 1 lllh in'1., heretfl.lle
Jiviijiu/ Jud:c Thomp'IJI1.I1d were fully (:<)..IIt )- I ---- : Win C Ilvans Fredi-ric Scott ifaio. tahtn OUt within 90 day, wil be sent to the /_
I It :,di'H..llh.Jt t 'JO otlir lUiU pruri-cdi' !i I
.
H i I..f I < _
General Post as Dead
titled lor 1 1 !sal.-On; Thursday! I Kucklrr was : ( cItIoe. El.rtIDII'i'J' IN NAri i. 1I"l'UL- Don C F nL.y Wm :\Spradlcy Ufce .
t I from Now Oilrms t lot tin: -ame t le hue out UIIh..10th "I I' IJ7
; A I 1..1I li\ liieiiiiiit! : u' Uo-i: i 1.111. ,. it I 1111.,11.I j11 I II I- ..J"hX Fisher James \len taUJohlC3 1
\ iirouhl,: bc-lwn) Jtul e Rand.til, by a unt I ol : Spjadleynani : tC2 Jerry -
;
/ l'o'clIllH'r..1 tin2d iimient u ; i ati It I- .
citpu.-1'he .... !i .. ,.. imtLii in iiuie- 11.1111". \ .. : : .J"hFoazcr \ is Stamp Andrews Maj C 2 Johnson Elijah 1 (
r HAEtAS court ol Appeals bein Inl I )u ;cioiis, simouniin' jiobahly' lo :li.iOvvhi'h .nl.( I 'irj \ (1. \ jurb. .
: 1 .I.Min I.r %ttoo Jnlin F Ahoo&t Daniel I Lmn John W
Stroll
Imld itstlfm n-.idin- I "'Mil. 11\11I' "C''I'II'I! .;1C nf .1 t liV.il.-i; b I fa iz; u M'stion: the 'ICstIOfl] was I iclViir-d 111< it. was diiei-tcd in I : Tiiomis Fiance; Oliver Smith ,tdt1l'D John Lanmn Peter !
;iiid iul i ilinto-.i lliiincl Ia..g'1.. pliccil n beIvvicii
1111 .. I.. |' AtlercIe Lain
l'lorida iiioniciit'vvaiUMi Danuet Corneljatiuoich
I iinixc- to at : :: : ;
1. e. "c iindci-tiind; at the inmnncr of .1 huge tier bri-att-, iii-l\ily: \ .iiun.hn: .it mjli'! I i Le', i i \1 H (;i'inmJ !! : (1ilili .\ TcreCiptS : Andrew \lcRae F 4
llil- (1.1beeu or /'C.allli the tield. I
auJ.III.: '['ho c\'iJcllcc.Js suIJlIIllm:; ) I lo tinfnronei's : seethe lli.it \\YI\linn\ I ol" \\.iriuiii iuccs>.uy i<> IK.IiMstence 1-. J \ GI.I:1: 3 ( P T-ivl.r Blncher John \ Madison

:' j Vc y ,M'Sjiectlully !It'c'. durmiy illlllh.IIIIII.1: 1i.1I111at, ': ,J"\/) ;: \ illqufsr.:1? .:I IIP rXHiiuiifd I tf.'day.- I \ 1 TaUlt.il 1 .
Vi. oh'i. Mix't.II. .
III') tinif ,':IIIIC L., iciievc tin! n.i" 'ci.-iil chu-.k I li'llm 'ilitbrilllc : I I': (iraham ['a Be; Ige Cla.ll: \Iqckereth Richard

5 o'ilJ (be .JlItI cs urtitc sit i sl lu' Mimo' o.nclu- J L I', HUTLii!: \ cell o! Us; ronliiKMiirni ; llu :..111':1 i : \% .I-. II.is J Goodrich nes ens Collins John H \lilerVm C
S B ThorntonUarnett
flsn a* tin) juiy, we prc-sumc no bail; will I be I I'C'I"\' of War.III IMT.IMM.Hcm.Jo.si.ru jiercoplible by the :ippear.m lit'| I I'N: !,: i'e: lii-.II :! Graves ("b1 Edward C .\ WI I

.') 1J' i iIluuse thioii,'h the !.Ir'e t'1I.1..rllw, o.1dl--II'lt: 1,: -I, :an in'. 10r'ozo.J Trainer 2 Clrney usn1 \leIIuy J 1
nllov\eil. he oflii.\ .' tIer in : lIln:, : CraIL
Gunn Pcuina:
;is ( e charged is in ii u I'iiickney C Hore Joseph ii -
juiyloul., : .| :,in,e ta. '!lit- auin..ii \Iy inn pifi-.ioii.ui IJohn'rc ___ _
The tilll degree.IonEllEIr.N I I clf H"1 c.tlltaIIH'o: !i Jo-iuh I Hardin (olmsVw: Norris Belinda
1 a \vjIu lo clU.III"Iale: i it li-uii its I"[ I j".MI, li.c l.itlv
.f I,. ( Crom Jo'luua ewcomb H R _
f
< fiitueniy| .ipiii| :ll..1 l a clr ip ol water t.) J'IL! 'I"1! ::'!: .110 J Harrisonj : IJames Thomas John \V Newuiaa Graco '

) % ',Ns.-JCsSCe II. //Ttlli-. Esq The Si A tt'ISt un' I Heiall I ,1 :iys, I'rominformatic ,i her uutiu .1iui:, !rt-iifi ih!I j Buck Harris Aulden Tucker Collins A Culen ben G Pre'athomas '

Ins n-MjucJ I lie <.lli<'i! of I Collector I of I ru .ii. m< ,> n Clcll""'(} I'IMIII the, in'' !'rncs,1"1 I l'11"C'III' u\vii tie.aei.i.u: : '. Olii i m. I Hogan 2 '''John Vance Clerk-suip riOrcourt Penn Mary- Aun 1i .

{ i i were taken; ; by ( Ii'n. .Ifs I >up, the laliof Mr.KUWAHD ) It 1 1 appeared i ill ovuy reluct a' :p< I iftit.i>> if i i I \ James Daniel Sheirnan Park hi I Samuel _
.Ir I tit Di.jiirtof) : St. lark, Kin" ., the du- Anthony Hogan T Walker Dawa \\
n m PariheremiahKlis I
I 'loci.; !( IM- hceii( ao"I'lt..I/I'cl.. It bail been ie.irr.1: by n < iiitiir.il: mci-.l.i-r; ; biti. j n- .. i
lif ol which IIP has t fur;, rcialuais : I Hodges Win B Ward C S RGbutson David _
jic-rfoimcd t 1111 he '.Civile: led thit h" vv.is. one! of the lnlo'c -- Ir-tcr; ]pal-cut. liNt iliiuukiuug tier I.nk lilll"'III'', :al: .C..I:1 3 EUler John Ray W _
.
uiili anti l .itif.rM j' tended to it. Uctlni" with llif .isMclmlv' "; Helsey Joseph NVallacuJonn m:1 I
cicilit to hiniM-lf : : -n1o b.il'tle of llIllicKi 1 Fort 1.\ Ray
t I.'ho \\-11' ijM-d (ho : W
I t <-n.;: III : D id Holman 2 Williams AIm Saunders f
I the community and the (Jovrrnnvnt. 'Hw '( Diinl.nvJi.n on tin- Ihlhol' .lamiaiy: last, ind ': \'.lI.IUIII'rlI"c.'aI|) il limn mlil ; and ill dintun, ; iv ; 4 Flynn Thomas Rodgeu Sed ford t '_ _
;i li.nl 'the plea.'me I In Ii lid IIJ fine binl oil' pt'tl'c;i John Holmant We Weaver ".&rresLtr A J Ridgey! Richard _
; n-t jippn/.cd, ul f tin uppointmc'it of t In,., i ill.it he ,vam In ;au t-laml alter: tnu battle! was John r
r\\'lli and IH.i IIi.. t. B I Hamilton [I'hos J \Ventworthvn.t f'aunllery G L Iecves I J 4 -

; Accessor.ATICMPT. ; civei. '1 lie neiiioe-s: $ .slate that; lie was taken: I In i ibe CIIUI"'l' ci| three ,\ea.s: it !.;a l.iiu 300 ri _'s, ;1 i F R Hamilton I Daniel 1 H West Fisher .\.as.er Wm IR.mdolphWm; H : '

'tl'iln1. island i I\ thc Iiultatis and carried toHe and Guest Win A Leigh 5 V -'
I > bnincrlit up several: Imlll! of (iuIektIiY. .uul : A A Hill James B Williams -

10 DEIIIUOM.LOUIS Piim.irrc. '! their C tlllp.))! was wounded ill the ihih. I one of ducks ; but i is: NiticruLir b,:ibn. are :'I'tl.' bei : Garnet: Juslph R lSyIrlf: John 'V
Hackney 2 W G Winford 3: Green 1; R I
npnj :
p -By recent rnvals at4New Voik% illlP1I""lIf'! ". \{ and th'v hound} ui(' lnwoitiid: ;and othurwi i c'tieated .i cilia I Leti, dial are wlill de ervinjr I Hit I iii'I see .ii' I Hitciiri CharesT Hackney sen'Jno Thos G White Glenn 'Vm C 'wizer>hinu Alfred Henry A I 4
ill natural IltliMi.ei'.i* .I'HKS! .os
; history. !
', him kindly. Al I Mindit ihy slrippe! qu G.uer: .Ilbert D Richard -
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received of Hendrick
bas beer: nn altomjitc'l iinurrcctmn It tanllv *iion 3 ins D Webb ;tatfort
:annuiiicrotii. ciiii: > pteU i' Hie >e \\'IU 5
him of tuu" clothing and tcild him to that 1 Hal -essiQns _
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;211 : Hutchison '
at Straatjurg, near the Svvis frontier on II : :itid I 11r"l.tlllIl'.lIIol'l) u! i'S kind proucioi 1.1 I:iII I ol Klija John Webb Hat C -cOlt Lieut 'V ;
\VAS loo joun: 101.1.1.) .iJTd tln-v woul.l not h'irt, Chrb I
the BOth of October : the objc-ct of which was II ..WIII'c| &--, ;nid loWS a desire In" ar(0iiip.niy; J-imes Hughes 11u1h L Wil onI Hal'o lhorulon B
i hen.: I He .Marti d fic.in t the c-au: >ji,,
to place Louis Bonapirti, ion of tho K\: Kill;; about filly I y.nd-: when at a piciotictited ilii.iuiLii the name: of Taiiiiy,--.l'CIII.: In iin.lcr- i 274 letters Ia"san James C I Williams Winfrey J _

J the thionw of France. The insurgents I hf fll l ind IH lIIill'eo i' /hi and in.iiK-.uf al I- bUil L H Williams Robert
(Holland, on I sigiuu; |' helorthcir I IM'.K-IICHMIS p > IiuIIgu.: ; by : 1 Persons :
calling for the above letters | iWeedoit
MJ I
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rifles ixx'i-lvu Imll.1' lodged' ill hibcnJx', Irrliull "H"II\'S< It is lint HiM-llslble! (Iu < l.itlltldc. Ill Harley Thomas Elira
VMTC put dovvn without bloodshed ;
and .. unit1', it appears to hue; ",o.t m.llIlIt' ilur n.ilu- I pl..ase S.I y \'crl.cd IJUtCiUzij'tjichae1 2 Wikinson 1
dud
he 1'cioi felliAv -
wiiliui.t !
and even the soldiers who at first took i pirt % a gr .111 : hili.tudca: : i .).I'll.1111.111. bave acinrtd SOIIICiii' I: _. 22-3w A. :M. .McXKILL, P. M.MARSIIAI'S Hull.les Peter Wrighl Wm A J
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I IIK fain was u hard: one ; he dcsoixed l a heller.I Hers JalJs Wihon James : .
\lilh them assisted in lhcirairc.t.LiUTi I Ihe IK-SI ct .i.it.esul the human ranI: "l'II'C..r
\ I I He 1 had j jllslltl'rc.t t ihf 22<1 } ear of his agr.Ills ailarhiuent I and clC.'lIl'! I SALE. Hill Samuel Charles -
>iiol dale-s, up to N flV. lllli 1 1 t h:ve lieu'U and alt e..lu 1 a to ri-incily l1.df.I"rn'a.n : N' virtue of iiv rit of alias fieri farias, to me dircc- Hams James M Wilson J AI '
family mourn \ (
parents ( ri be.mA! .
: JLud the Clerk of harvey Edwaid Yoye Monsieur
\ tved N. Y. Sales d' limited I by tilt Superior Cmirt of Leon
at cotton
ftce
.
ueie i the falo of tin unfortuiiitc
i iiielanchcly ir MIll F jB I
"J.a:1:2' argq j County, I Sh.11Ifr'I' at public, sale before the door 118 letters .

I and at declining prices. I I and brother and the heart of his bereaved 1 'J.I U ALL r1\ 1 10.M 1 JLY C O AC KIl NT |jllur; HII!' in T..a.II: :ce, t... the lii hcst bidder Person calling for the 'above letters, will please S .

Gen. Jack:cH\ lias made. our relationsutli I mother bleeds at.ew for her ull>pring.I I W I (J I('ll;-'I h it all.Le.1lul, J on iiiy I a. the lor c-asli, all the right, title mid m'.eicst of Alara F. j say advertised on the 1st January ::4 -
Ial. (Juiey, uilitiiniitrainx of Y. I.G.SEARCY.P.M.
Garey J
1 Jul" ,
,
Texas the bubject (if a Special 31 l esage to /.I'I'II.I' aliii. 1.11',1 in and Ii,certain lots tlf f land situate in t the Jc..euCJ'j i TaflahaseeJan1stlb'37. :-3w 1
I I I; ) tin
(; \lI-lsr-1'h.: .. interest 1"lIIWY' "pal''Y ;larll.IICr Ilf.lt.IIJ
I gold ruining to the Tall ih.issee .
Conrcss.--Jlc) recommends the iiii Mill CHICK tlllll city \I -
postpone u ily .. lIa.lnll'1 rir liur. It, uil! l IJ': -- --- -
,:' fan: t IH a i one to the ] tin-roof a- 1llIluonJ &C, 7, ?, with nn- UUMFUItlS REMEDY: FOR .
nent of the of Tiari I piomisen vc-iy important i /.lt/c', alli-r :::1 aiknovvlfdgmcnt independence ilurcou levied
i, coniinonueallh I I oil \ iri lIlIa., 1 I hive M.-I-II an i 1"I..JI! lliiiii.ol L .it Cii.iiiiii! :, l'ie'! Jiii1e I"\ niLiits : on as the property ol,the The proprietor beg (leave to recommend ( -
until the ..iili c of I iht- !111, AliiMk I> ig.1d I i J"11'! V..l.ey( dco., und will bo sild to saliiify does with the fullest contide.ivcc of the v.ilu
re ( 'I'l'tlllioIlI/O\\ f'"IIIIJ..lc< ,ici-c'inly m.ide by gentlemen ulL ill.t i.n.: .MIM i.1 I I, I-T naviin :el!! : I ) one moat .
ii.\ ,. 1.1 junkmen /LuilcLm[ iim Superior Court aforesaid, able remetlitsknovm for thn troublesome S
t ill i I. > -i it "I] -.a..itiui.ti. ; i in ti roi'iilj uhl.toitt. and jninfu
(inpaiingtu; invade! ; Trxi-s shill bc kuuo\ .._ 'loii'ied car the ol the miinii'j : saiJ infuvui-of
tu.'tuu ; -Mle "pnalJolI", J. I' C. 1t.lAl1IN.22a U.II"t l.I'cy the t'ost Aiasicr Gen complaint. \Vith ut going into detail, be deems it t '._ .

( course any be prudent--and ill ati-onl.: 1 and of ihc- pro'p.II.IIIIII' now mailing; to enlarg' JIII iry 7, 1 l-j7 ual, rilUS. LSTON RANDOLPH, nougli to aay, he 1.1& jib his pose4sion the most ua fl

ace with the I tllC'lIl.lawh h-avea hut little I room to douijlth : ----- --- ---- -- U. MARSHAL.. doubted tesnmoniaU that it has more completely an ,
obligaiium ive'owc l tu'll'\It'f. 1'M'Ai: KNi.ii.llIl'NUI I I I I iCt--Thc: !Ih"cl- 4th J.ulr\t 1837. 2-td 8wered the for which it is intended than
through .il, I IJ.IIII'., middle: ol .sumniei, the products 01| 'lit I h.H"- tll eitu icd ( I purpose any .'
existing tf alieh ; but we cal/lIlIlhclp 1.1' iy 1,1. CO-JMIUI rlli A NUT1CEl.Lpti.ona other popular medicine,
I I Hi" \Ir.lIla inim-ai will I beeq-jal to tin.: rate oli in ilit Ali n'h,' 'i ijiiiiu' iituK r litu u.into nl t )' Il hTIL\'OHS. This remedy, is perli-ctly innocent in its application.
Coking that less !
a would il r Taylor dec. '
calcul.llingfluli'y., ; livehuiulied thousand clolI.lls'I, annum.I .- l. i iiu'.lw.> 'J I 111 M,tic 1: l.'j..l Mile on Iur"c .1..1.I A to all and Full il % -
Wlecn i : Lie Jtfl\.rsou \J iimty, arc hereby railed upnt'IUd.c c'lditiln: ages ICXCS directions. j
t moie acceptable to the great| lll-lhS ,I Tlic, 4 il' j ilsell( will contiibute greatU to lh: I II XI .\unl :1 f.Ml'I i. .'i ailuil A. ix roUAlVDUVAL.h II.III.I payment witlniul delay to the udmiltrul'J description of the cmiijil.iint; &c. accompany each 1J -

tflhe. American people. The horrid butthen ,,noindiif( of our banking; opi-ralion--, and i lln: I W.l.11U1Ciii.S. on his estate.. Ali oil persons ti> wltoin the said de- packet which cODsist of two hows. Ointment and '
I I Electuary. 1'iice, $1 1 for the whole, cr 50 cents
uule-otod u
ceiseil will their 1tit
: i/ietrdicd'/ : at the Alamo alt bull fresh in I i I prot ccli'JII of the people '.f' m I lhe inisehic ofj i J.oiiiarv., 1 lo.))4j.< ._.."_,:,11 I!.ittifinf.any. way rdn"u'v; nlti_ _"_lpil._ .irrnrilitifr prc.-eul I.., .ImvUAU1US ac-_ one of the articles i.s wanted. j
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it irmiuds, aud they would rather brave the i i j an extended \paper sy tcm. [ Kich'd. LIKJ. I I UIIO..';'I'm. : i..cti, "HI, I'UiciiuM-ll"r-I] \V1LLM.\1S---------0 Adui'r.n. I'. Forsile; by E. BERNARD & (0.L.'lW jy -
1' UN will ike liliti.il advaiuc.s !
I cio m .1 c'othl Mnn'icello 2d Jan. IK 17. 22dwruTlUll. ::
tl\lIill' than profit by the fiiunJ.hip a." a peoHt I '! l ic.l \ ..cl,11 I he: :iiIia4-t. NUT1CE-J\ P. DUVAL luaviic, .
hi :.-MX ULCK at'ii r date, iin| >ueatn>n will
i.UUVAL411UTCUINS.
1' 'p blcofbuch covvaidly baibaiitics.Flondinn ( Cochr.iiiV( ; > many.chambered: I nfle has i n. I 1 J hu made '() the Ilnii. !the county court of tll taLLth.ice wilt resume the practice ; -
Janiiuy I 1837. { : ot ihc Law, in tin Superior Courts Jocicson, (ads- S '
cent ly IJCCII1'JlJnllthcllti a fair' and utncl trial ----- county for IclliTs of aJiiiinistr.itio'i, on the estate ofJohl
-- --- -- den Leon and Jefferson and in die
-- -- or nri .Appeals, '
) To al the[ U. S. Arsenul \Vaslungton i under UTICI.-Tle( ; 1 MISCI il>cra_have: wn hand 1 lar. e Ii. (Gray, dec. late of said county. He cart be found at the office )lattly occupied by f

tit Editor 1 and well stock cjf liUUD.S t uliu-Ii they A1ARIA11J. GRAY. -
/ JKalker.January .
of Y liat
oJ/be the blip rvision Capt. Ra Itt:!) and I Lieut. !cccttd tI
or.ipprnvt-d ricdUUVALte January i, IS37. 22-6'
WASIf.S ntlVr low lor e.uh: country lucidiice 7. 1837 22-tf
tt2 TON. It-c. 17. 1 336. Scott. A cCJrrcsplludc.nt of iho liUelli eiictr HUTCALNfr.ii '

tll ttie Secrciry r.811'-1 Lta11 lJ \.this, day act.lrcsst.'tI' I letter gal tiers the following facts fioui ihe report oflhesi y. \-P arc duly: cxiertilIg| a Luge suijiy.| ofGItOCEItIES. LANDS AND LOTS FOR SALE. lt-'M'-"r .- 'R i

to 11 acarneMv, rccnuuuuicuuuiuI] I I t gOHtlomen on thc subject. ( UI. hs37: ) 1). &c I.'. I WILL 1 sell my Plantation. see 21, one nihe THE :
\ .g.lrlllllelli, t lei lJIa"'c :111 IlIIlIIl'cllitlC I ('.all ( North (Tallahassee: first rate. hammock land, FltuiI> I .
S. Carll "The I ill *, It seems. xvi Iirecll00 lilacs, TO'IIGI.-it( : ,;.le-r in l r that in the fu1Ia.iJUOiI
r. a and (_ eorgiu i; bllilrlli h :1 fUrll Ii. '; is finely watered, 200) acres cleared, and the usual imIroteut S '
llar.v '.'ree tit CUIIIIIIUC, 311.1 .! and was ill I It Fu same;% onler tt the rminationus ill ol the l.nil.unj.t ncnij.ad by the litiicial Post | on a Cotton 11"ntnlion Also I quarter r PUBLISHED EVERV' SATUHQAT MORNING AT 1 :
Ill Il'rlllillall', .'
; UIlIrll IHl\e and tli'la.8truus \\:1 1' i II at the c'ommoiK-cM'ient' oflhn t t Iii j ill:. I In ni- i Mine aL I the: ciiy which
: I I Du-cui'itr) : two cniuibi: utlifrn ar- i i
I I lilii \I.lls the vhole
adjoining nlanialJon. : 4opaperwil1lmilieontitueitunlessattIIcoptioaOf(
tlrta'ullKl requested linn In send, ) in the influ-tHM of andcl fioin Dlval. lily j.
nn C'lItirna Ie I tIer i lo I li-sl I I ram Ihc hii tltroycoI. I wouU be .
:1III adequate I n\'cJ u.i'li t II u \erI I t hOO ncrc!>. 'rite Editor, J bcfirtiiirear.igesajepaid.Ad t
t"UllAry: orations. approbation: t., .ulair Ihl'I\c' I(! oth'-i I ('"usesal"r was put mlo( I tin thun1 : kvtli I, C, fur all |>us.Hii \li.. ma> \ wrmcutuilic tr.L ANci for -sulc, Lots in the city of Tallaha: se, No's. verti euienta will be conspicuously inserted at se. I '

Ph"'o.., iHWmcb bdme Hie in and 256-and 560) acres oi[[ venty-five cculs per square for the insertion, and .. -

we have >* ILlIe' HvjHiiit conic cm. j "ti-s ; ihc iiili> \.i- then di-.c-'hir/'fd/ nud with l I"t t tli- Sin <-f Dcrc-.nlii:i to r.rwur.IIIUili.atc:. good l.ud. comineiiciritc one and 1 half mils south ol r til'tyoentz for each subsequent contiru:ince. Ail i advertiscnietrts F

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'r .1 Huccceded jot thtahlishinjj principles I lie S ] Jfect Tiniylindcr January 7.li. 1 37_; -if- 'rallah.vssec: lyin; ou the St. Mtfiks TICl, adjoiningthe wilt bc continued.until forbid or etb rwii '

Ii. atil sent you 'hcollcrda.v, much tllICJ C'IU am as previously. lij O l H't-; "I 'liiiiii wlionidy \\ hit IJnsirviccs: vI' PlanlLI.J of \V 0.Craig, Ksq.: About 3'ju ocre.sof I ordered.

l ih1 Haul was led to auiiripatf, I iu fI lIIun'j: iu, Uiu ijflc thus contained nine chamber ill I r. I IIAUKIMN.1 I "i I pl<:.. tu" "V him vullk"& ,' tin- land i is hammock, and "el watered, The [Misni'e on all letters and communications to '
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IIlbe have had properly iiuprcbseil, tir ; ; and in .1 compaiative; I dial i instituted Imtwceu out !Iohtiy.! as lie cMnnnt .niiliHin'ii! m 1'nhLiliasee.. JOHN.P.OUVAL.. ihe'E-lilor,. nmst b? paid, or they will not receive ai- I
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r 1Ce "fllie U. Stales. I t it mid Hall's curbiue, both piocos hav HWI\ I': Hotel, 3d Jauuaiy) 1 1837. Tallahassee, Jan. 7,1837 3J t Vtoa .J. I f


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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS I ...EGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. 1 I LEGAL The abe Ointment a ottered to th pabli a ,
ADVERTISEMENTS a
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1 ---- _u 1 -- ----- tale ant remedy for ob.tinat di u. .

i N_?, RC1D eSix week aft r date, I will art,. I i'VTICE-Six Mtmt..s after date I shall exhibit I SIX weeks after date, we will apply for letters of some science.tr which Lmve 10 long baffled Iki of medic Auctioneer Sf Commission Merchar)

\ I ply to the Hon. Senrs Bryan, Judge of the Co )fr.-I'y "Counts and vouchers and apply for 3 dischargeas I on the estate and effects of tin late 1st White Swellimriof dencriptton.2d )i

r Court ol Jackson County. for leller of Arl'jn;!,,. ra' Administrator, on the estate of George Paythress C. W. Stevens, Esq. of Jefferson county. Son Legs and Ulcersoflong every standing. gjU tt codys a Satardayi

J Uon, o* the estate 01 Sampson Pope late Of w".:,i to time Judge of the County Court for the county of I.I.Jacll JAMES GADSDEN, 3d Schirruwr Glandular
: I deceased. coun- <;on. Tamolt. particularly Sale or Rent.
,, JOHN JOHN. C. PAYTHMESS:::> OCTAVlUS GADSDEN. Fo
DlRD those hardened tnmonrsin women's breasts
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JadksonCounty,27lh Dec. IPjc. 21.6w( July' 30, 18fi-5l-fim; Jefferson County, Dcc. 7, 1:3G.J8NOTICJ limes terminate in ulcerated eanecra. "bicbfI 00 The DWELLING HOUSE and ;

i rADllINISTltA'' OR.'d NOTICE. 1>1RI$U S UlLLIAMS:::> *} III the Superior:; Court, 4th Felons. or what some people know by the name NftofoV*,Properly of Mrs:Ogmaby, aL.L

t '\ JOHN A.CRAIG District o Catarrhs, of every desriptIn.5th 10. m the North ddiiion of the
Middle
ALL per. ns tiairg rlmnnd" against( the estate ".f merchants eic. \ Jefferson County. ALL pf'18"n estate of the late Rheumatic Pains of thejomts.Gth ing a front of 65 feet, and loo < f
Parker fet
fd \r II\t": Jackson County, deceas. vs T J"lnI, will make. payment to the un Sprains and Bruilc,of every description or in desirable place of miec. ta, a d I : I

subscribers., required "Present! them without delay to the ROBERT VICKERY. ) dcrsi:ncdoi or the tenth dhY January next, whatever part nituate. having a good WrttofWaler.

enons indeed to the estate are requested TH1 II E defendants and all concerned are he re otherwise the same 'viii be put in suit imlillllaleIy. 7th Tellers of all kinds. In this complaint, the pa reran, one half cash, ihe remainder in .
to l.1ke persons JAS. A. BERTHELOT! one
imr-cdiate MATTHEW payment PARKER to us. JL by notified that a petition has been filed in theaIJo"e Attorney for Catherine Jolniioa, Adm'rx., out Lent of, water. applying: the Ointment last keep the par I from the day of 8r Apply to R. HACKLt y

case in the clerk's office ol said rourt praying Dec. 10 1S3C. 13JIX t lallahassee! Dee. 20, 1836-20
BRYANT PARKER, Admr's. the forecloser of 8th Chilblains, or parts: affected by frost.
a mortgage, on a tract of land designated
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Jackson County 22,1 pec. --- -- -'--- -- TO riitPUBLIC..
1836. 2l-7w
as the west half of the sojth west quarter of month's after date I shall arply to tIme I lion I '1 he communication addressed to the I TKUSTEE'S ALE! _
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ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.: section 32, township three, range six, north and east. Court of Jackson for Letters ofDi"lis.i"l following pre y virtue and it
County
/ J nrietorof Judkin's Ointment, from ihj 101. Johnrnlial'errw B ]ursuance of a deel of a,
J. M'CANTS, att'y 'for petitioners. of the of
ALL persons having claims against! the estate of 2uly 3O\h 183(1(; 5 Kim/) from the administration estate member of Congress,is highly I interesting.The made and executed April S 1835, by R
I IJlocker.Matc <,fLeon County deccasr-d I, nre the late Itichard L. \\atlll. Al prisons having gratuitous manner in which it is made. exhibits S. Miller and wife to me in ,

requested to present them duly authenticated wiuiota SIX: months after date, the undersigned adminU- ciaims. against said estate, are araiuI notihtd to present feelings of no ordinary character towards suffering Central Bank of FJmi.Ji, payment wcurt'
delay Those indebted of the estate of Dr. Thomas J. fc-nowdcn Ihe\ willtlt, SAMUEL I L SOLOMON, well 'un
the estate arc requested In humanity ; and is certainly deserving of public tour thousand with interest
make imaitdiate payment. M. C. ROBINSON, deceased, will present lo the Piobate court hisacr.ounl.'I Sept. Clh, 1 1836 !-61 adm'r attention. sums of money uolar may due, together Tor. j mt.wall ..
WM. TRADEWELL, for final settlement,ami apply for a dibcharc. WASIIIUCION, Jan. 23, 1829. ----- '--0 h--- -- n.."
NOTICE At the next March court i.fLe on the same, for &e. 1
D.'C.3I', IS3C. 21-Sw Adm.'s. EDWARD :bLIXAS.: county I Sir-Ithas been my wish tor considerable time, epens wil exp
on I shall the accounts and vouchers public sale trcash
Aug. 20, 18:16.: 2CmMIDDLE county present al to communicate to you the got*! effort with which on Tuesday, ;
; MINISTRATOK'S NOTICE ol the estate of Robert Oliver deceased. for a.' have ii4'd the ointment invented by Judkinsand January, in front of the premises, aUArsom

lut'Oiis having di-mtnds! against the estate final settlement mid ray for a discharge.JAS. which I IIIW understand is made and sold by agents of that certain messuage or tenement, and lo.
ALL John K.Pnnirk DIST.-LEON SUPERIOR COURT. S lINN, I have this ointment land, situate, lying and being in the city of Ta
late nf
said! county dec. are 1 appointed by Yturscf applied
Christian F. Ducir In !': on the case ( H .
4.li'l
hereby r quirt'd to present them without delay duly J> trespass Summons: ad rn upons for -----.IJI'r.lilk l uu ing th last years to every spece of tumor ha) et frntm n n Monroe street, therein, b

I. autheiircnted. Those indebted to the estate are r'';- John Dunn ) promises.$350. Attachment f"i $I lfO. I IssiudN I>..MV.S3'A7'0r.S -- and wound, without failure! to produce 1 cure in every part; of lots No. Ill and 174. in th original j
buested to make immediate J"OTICI instance.: I consider it the most decided and efficient of said city. Said lot has a frnt 85 feetMonroest.
payment.H. prev.-ul "
11. HALE, Adm'r. sail I CourUK SIX" viMi'-lifis$ lor linal settlement and my) re-iicdy in nil cases of tumor, l"e the cause what ii ). sunning baLk 1GO leer : i is at i

Df". :3I. 830.: ill.8| ,.. Defendant! andall others interested, are hereby I ths I I ium. Judge of the Couiuy c..url of Ll'/1 apply County] ; lo, may, and 1 hae found nothing so go for wounds of sent occupied by Mr. James D. llxguemn, a

; .... ory description. It be pi moper add, that the he sufficient to off d and
DMIMSTKATOIl'ti NOTICK: 11I'IliedIf lie instil UIIDII of said Mill l-y attachment Ilur I dHchargi; fiom the Adniiii.tiraiorslipof, ; the es may pay thart satisfy t

rr.-ILL per"on having: claims againstilliain nnd are required to appear and plead to the d.! ,. tlC of James Haley deceased. cure of the tumor called the \hitcsweIlinggiven Dye debt of four thousand dollars, together with

"'':ambl.', la c: of said county, deceased-are herd'}' clar.itio'i filed in said case; according to the iiaiu'e! in JOSEPH HAHLEV- by the inoai distinguished physicians as incurable interest due thereon, costs ol protest, and c

notified to piev.-iit them dully nile' ted: to t arius H'il-! such c.i->e made and proxidcd. Oct. 29 J iB;G. 12-61 all wliich they have JeclJetould, without ampul anti expenses attending the sal --the corem
hams of J. I D. WESTC'OTT Jr.ClIAS. lion, prove f.talto til patient, was under my iinrji '
: jlfmi.icello or to thesubscriber, in due time dime effected the Judkin's Ointment of said before it-lerred to (iCt. of trust hat
notice use
by
according Law, otherwise they will be forever' S. ilBLEY MIDDLE I : 1)l11tlCT.-LEoN COURT broken by the said Robert S.
% debarred for PI iff. UlE'Jt and the patient is in fine health ; his limb affected by ben Miler
of Att'y
benefit arising from said
any estate
(Hauford I Smith Sale to take between
Dated Nov. 9 1S3: *. I4tfNOTICE. \ the tumor being restored to a perfect state of sound ft. piece
> P.IUS
J I d Adm'r.ftlonfcf'1"
> ; Dec I Wm. Wii iiit, I I In n.-siimpsit, summons ad res- ness. Also, that the leg of an aged mal that had ben 11 o'clock, A. M. and 1 P. M.R.HAYVARDTiust.

21NOTICE. Hanlord Lyon. | jiondeniliini for $40IU.) AtlaehFni. wounded, exhibited one dreadfully ulcerated .

/ X.Clem, tra- fluent f.rU, issued October( face front nut knee to the fool, and which, for more R. J. HACKLCY, Audionee

(CO":: Letters (II' Adininistratiun. having: been ding ,IS :mith, ( Clh. I I8 !\<>. lellnaLI- NoWn than two years, had Lecn considered incurab't was '1 Dec. 17, 1836-19 fJa
AT the April Term Jjcksii.i cotuvy court, I will :granted to the undersigned, hy the Hun. Leslie ;ht, LJI.II 4- I \eiabcr Tern;, Id3j.( efFectually cured by the application Judkin'u Oint al.flas.ee

on the part: of my wife (I li/e J.lIIeVnrd) A. Tlmmpsiiii. Judge of the County Court of ;I Co. v> I- ment. I mention these two cases, which fell under UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
administratrix of John, Ward:. for
'troi.i
a
aid administration The and discharge Leon, on ihe estate: of Lindsay Foe deceased, all UCIP Lanmau, J my immediate notice and management, as a decided DISTRICT OF .'I IDDLE FLORIDA.

to the administration accounts will l I.e presented vuuch'Ti'ieative for finol: Arsons indebted to said estate are requested ''HIIIK I 1 l)<'fen; Jar t nnd all otheib, interested are hereby evidence of the efficacy of this remedy in cases of tumors To the .Mats..aZfor the OtiJdtt Iris t net .f Florida
n ol'fieJ of the institution the said suit andf and of ulcers. I have expenenced as
decidedlythe
lo make and those havillCilims o GRCKTU
elllement ami ,
payment
an application will also bo made fur
: a division of said e l.lIe. : are rrqueMed to present llieni within (lie the I lamiing of- :ujJ ittlafliuient, hnd to appear! ando good ctlect of this remedy in the cure of felons, Whereas, EIenezl J. Wood, by William P. ".

; EMANUELVOOFOD.[ time prcscrihct4! by law. JNO. B. TAYLOR. apju-ar, and plead in the <''ccliiralion filed in said and of every species of fresh wound. Il aeems to me valand Richard C. All n, his proctotshaexhithis
case, : ti the statue: in siic-h mide .
and
rase
,
Nov. 19 1336. J.-i-lim: Ore 17 19Administrator's acc.Tilir.g that any one who will observe on the operation of this libel or complaint the Superior Court for

---------- provided- J. D. H'CSTCO ri Jr. uiuimtnt, must be satisfied as to its beneficial effect.I District, sitting at a District Court of the UtState
the DatedOct. 6, 181(1.( CHAS.S:; SIBLEY.Alt's I can with the utmost confidence recommend the use ? for the trial of causes Adm.rulty and L
next January term of Gud NOTICE. Notice. for PI iff. of this valuable icmedv. auiae and
,. I the undersigned administrator oil jurisdiction, staling, alledging
the estate Willian D. Harrison deceased, will 4 IT the n--xl Jiilv T<'rm of id&den County Court --- 1 .am sir;very respectfully, ing, thai, heretofore' to wit ; about itie prop.

t his accoii,ills and vouchers settlement w jtll present said .. will present our accoiintbard uchcrs, us Middle Dirirt-I.eol Superior Court. JOHN -ALA FERRO.T. I Oc.ober, It3; a certain steam-boatcaKcd LIzard

I estate, and pray to be discharged therefrom. adininiitrut'irs on I hs estate of Cullin I Edwarela! Sen. Rufu- Fletcher & Edward Pond.'j Attachment for :1 i r. Charles Herstons, proprietor Oinl- the co.t.mand and charge of

l MEACIIAM, Administorof. D Jecea.Md.t..the Hon. Jude, vf Iodd.: Court, and pray trading, 4.ca, Filcler.Pund, I $:5037 .11<> inei.t, near Fredericktown, Marylard.itPILE.s Raphael Siu .es, in the employm of the Guv-
bo dli 'hai ed the rcfiom. 4 mep& of the United State. and U.ut.d up the i,
: vv lllhJame
t Harmon. Uuincy, July 23, 18:16: 6* .o : |luncler act ; : .
.- JOHN F.DW XROS, < 0. Ilugutnin. J Feb. 183; Before lea lug "uslr heard much of _"* Ouithlacoothee in said Territory, with a carg.
-
Executor's Sale. CLLLEN EDWARDS:: Jr.Adinimsiialors.. Hobel J. llackl y, ) Attachment (for
> costs, under act of 11th Ftb.James ictor, named Herslons' Judkius. **- Specific omtmciil having also irovp:'
WILL l lH sold in the city of Tallahassee on the Nov. 12 18.10-: 14-Gin D. Hu;uuiin. ) fN'M.: ; pi made (by C. Herstonn. car Frederick, Mary 5e>ard, \:> wrecked In the Gnlf'of Mexico near
January 18'17, a prine of 41 I h i-aij river and the ,
gang negroae- ) Summons arl rcspondendum land, and of Us des,-rieJ etflcacy in cures on persons mou iu-i'Je ouur Lam lilt
accustomed t.Ihe climate: and the cultivation of corn MIEDLE IJISTRIGT-LEON! SUPE'R COURT. William I I vc" Since residence i- That said steamer having swung acros>a deep c'
t | : the with 'vhoun I a*" acquainted. my
and cotton; six fine mules one hl'rlt. a wagon, ; and Charle- B. Gianniss, ) Ia tie'pas: .n the case upon '.II. Brullt }Ji tre-spassnn ClO" upon( in Baltimore, it has pertbrmea cure on a net, on each side of which was a hard oyser bar
narness-also on the 2d January some mules, hogs, John W. Granniss & I promises. pfmics-Ilam: e. 8- I bitikand having in the recession of ihe tide
I Jam I 1). llugnenui. I : ) rricii'l of mine iitllutjJ with the Piles. Having iii- ,gro
and cattle, a quantity of ei-rn and fodder, plantation Henry E. Gran IIi!'>, | (No I.) Anach't for $1112imdinp l I : J tachr"lt &Jlll.'cv seth' been a sutfcri-r tor. with this dua.rrss- ed i ne end on each of said banksstarted several

tools &c at the plantation of J. D. Mays deceased in &c. 'is C. B > Siimmons ad ics. for ;g.-OOO "I k.-UiHiiioiis ad r prlnJt'n- i ifig I now SHOe years : ointment amiJ.- 'y, and sank '1 hat sub .e nemly her c
t Madison countv 1"10. The conditions of I he sale! will Granmss Co. I (N,,. jAttach'l) lur 3$111.-: ; I I dttni in the dlsetsc. unhesitatingly applied your and all h r furniture mind apparel : t4mnoa1
: on case and that I .
I 1 1:1.r.Lk'rman trespass j ItOti) U\U c.sc. am gralitie-l cnn say &u-ctp.itle
-. be act edit c f I 12 month, with interest from date, per vs. | J7-loo. Sum ad r-137000 ( :,I vs. }} upon promises-damans I I it made a perfect cure. J. A. BENTS without grca. ditliculiyand part of

tonal security unJ a mortgage of the}\roperty.f Geoifje Laninau. j Issued Nov., & returnable James, l I. luuenJ. | i.riUU-attaclitucntforS'-H Counting.room, Lombard st. machinery and engine were taken out ct and 9
B.J. EARLE ) to next erm of said reiurt. I I I 18/1 her
/ Iron to and 'he
.ind was l de
Executors Defendant J CoIo.'j'IE : A frw \.els ago a case lfOntu'. bore lireas! i Pe"Ncu.a. "rally t
and nil others
D.H.MAY3J$ interested: are and abandoned ut a sunken aud sUauered condi
THE de'ren-lanf, and all oihers interestd, are the breast
f r can-e iiflice, "really (
t i'' Nov. 12 ISSrt. J4 td notified of the institution of the said | notified ofthe institution the:o.ai" suits, the my be Jlal and (perilous situation, aud became aDd w.5 eat

The iM il edpeville Journal, the Montgomery Jour two suits' : by II:lchment,& they are r< quir.d to appearand jind of III issuing of said attach uii'uuts,and to appear ly spoke injipIi'Se-arttly the to "eel-ht she was allcuntn: d'i de.dici. thai on the 2 1 day November, IKSt
1. nal Ala. will publish the aboe for four weeks and p'ead to M-e declara'ions filed in said cases: according gie.il misery hbeban' and of
:uJIe.IJ! to the de-clarations fled in salt! cases, ac- she lir. bet-n biilTiring three monthsilh timid bin part owner master ihestuJliderva
\ fonvarJ tin ir accounts to this ollic! for to the statute in sub case made and pi ovided. \ i ;. then said
Joseph, near
payment.MIDDLE J. D. \\ ESICOTT.Jr.CHAS.S.SIBLEY I I riirdinir to the statute in !such case made and provided carried to her bed ; she then had flax seed poultice toil | place,
Dated Dec. 1'J.h! lA'M.: ; other things had been tried. I advised Judkins' finding said s earner Lieut. Izard, in such coud
J. I D. WEITCOTT JrCius. and M.uau.'n.. hired 'large number of hands UKing
p D1S1. LEON SUPERIOR COURT Dated Nov. Ml? 1 I3fi.' Alt's ,for PlamlilT. S. for oi.tiuent, knowing it had been successful in like ca;cs th.clew ot aid:stt-amer .\ in.iva, uf SL J"6and
Silas S, .. SUB.FAI'y" PI'IT She and to the directions
T U. 1 In lre"r.$8[ iho caic upon prom gut appbcd It accoiding ticciirlfi.tning at expense, and by unremMed urn:
I vs vises. Summons res. f>r $>JUUO. vo.l ItBAll persons havmx claims against! it ; in 21 hours: all pain was goue ; it and labour giea., ai.dal > of litV, amid risk ,

RufuB Fletcher > AtUchm- fo'r $9 33. Issued Nov. l' the e..li1; e otCnandlcr Pendl"ton, late of Leon .UIJlle District-Let n Knpeiinr ( ouuit.I bioke, and commenced disclicirgin copiously, and s able MJCC.edcd reaiper.in getting her afloat lC,
proper y.
I. 8ih, iS3 ;. Returrable to next term of said Court. (eiumy, tlecexseil, are required to present: them dulyauhctuimeaed. u..n"a.1 r"DunTlr continued some days ; the relief frl extreme pin toned and her from the bar off tte mof
': Defendant and all others interested, are J : Wnliin ii... lim' r.lc..nbed by law, ori "l' R. Beton: dendutn m tres-"| ass to pertect ease excited the Wt man's astonishment il navigated d
Ouithiacoochie alore
; THE: : >e lu.ough
l / '1 indebted vs.! l on the ras.u.i'n' lew days reduced her tu iu usual f\'cr .
) notified of the Institution'! of said: suit liy i hey will loreter farred. hose to il-e Lre"S !tal,und in Gutfut' the tiverMarks
Mexi
,'.. attachment anJ arc required to appear and plead to estate ale re ue.ed t make immediate piymeni. I JohnV.. Sullivan, and. g' Irmiws1lagesJohl eight days ihe cure was compleie.C. HEUS'l O 3 .arJ Appalae-Kie Bay u .
the declaration, filed in said case according to the stat. j PATRICK KERir!:, ,I P. B.ti: hour I racin/, &c' I (.). Frederick county, April, 1823. U ihw i'hr.cl'tu'r' niid in order to .ave reI'

ute in such caw made and prnvi.'ed. R. Y. XVELFORD, Adim's. as ti II'al! K ham: J HI. n* I f .r So;J.*), BEWARE OF 1MPOSIT10K. absolutely ucte.-bary wiih her to the t>ci city pie-ervuiion ofik. Joseph mad in ,
proceeding
I J. D. WESTCOTT December, if-30 I 17-flw J isstipil Pec--I', IM J.fQl Messis: L & R T Low rules, nurciiants, CumnbtrtandUeuitlemneii.is uij ricl. mid ilia of the
r CI1AS.S:::> SIBLEY, I III I !'*, d. fen.laiitx iu said Slim:,ant I all I,lieu s ii.tcrJB. Mr H-istousnjjerit I Ir the sale of this. IiUellaiii clams.hy aid reaSO i is eniiiled expenses,

f Ati'ysforF .ViJdli Lii'.rid-Ltm Suptrlor Court. eMcdnll' take not ice iifthe, institution thereof, Dr Wm Jutlkir.'s patent, sp-cific ointment, I wful inform reasonable ulvitge upon said jUly steamer Lieut.t I; ,
;: Dated 14tf Charles Hai ) and ol"thf iv-uiii of said aiiaclmient this day, rcluinal.If that last summer I was atllicied
Nov. 9 1836. e
Sunimon ,in d.-l.t, $'-011-\.) nacho you a sore together with a.l ch.igrs and expeu.vrs ; and he
." : 1"lwt! i< rm of said (said '''efer.dam.s leg-ihe fame Judkin's Ointment induced to
rour me geta himself in the
( UlCllt f.lr $410. mils to give e:un y pre bet acting
t OTICE.-All persons having claims against; the Oeor e 4nman. ) lie njj Jon-re ilells) and thai: they ap; ear and jug of it-but it happened not to be of Air. Herston's 10 the rules of this Court.-And, whereas,

late firm of Heir &. Cameron, ue requi-stwl to rff,HEdefendant and all persons i inicrcsttd will lake 1"I't.: l thi: declaration filed in said ease, according 0111 used it accoidn>g 10 the printed directions, I judge ot die Court fur ihe dis rift aute uid, hall

present them, and all persons indebted to the firm are I JL notice of tie! institution of said sun, aiul of the biatulr in Mirh case made and provided. but. my.l.-g kept gtllinjf. worse.iur _.. dered at d directed as to wi- :

earnestly requested to wake prompt payment. I issuing of said aiiaclimenl this: day, rrum,able! to the J. I n, WEsiTCOTT Att'y ofPI't. iieiiiuiii- traveling- to- me west stoppea at my I AT Cu.tNEs T lolows." &, lit h, Dec. 183i

; EDW. A. HEIR, Surviving Partncr. next tTm of said r..urt, and to appear; and plead to __ ctatbcrlst I 183C. house during the lime, on !looking at the ointment I Upon reading! foregoing libel i L orderedthe

.. Dec. 24, I 11315.!': -20 3w i lhc dclaratt.ii h'l.dm saiei 1 cutse, a'Cordmg' to the: had, he nun ediulely pionounced it not of his make same be tiled and tlu>: process of ntlachnun

statute in sui h case made and 'rovUcd. Dated Nuven.berSOth OTICE.1 and furnished me with one which u Oit
Ten of Florida. ] \< > opening i issued by the del k e>i this Court directed to the t.shal
.. Messrs. Baker Johnson & C... i not y : : 18"6. (tO":: .\1 I! persons:wlni lnvcinydfinarul-i :ijjain and sir.elliug it I \nssciiMbe! of the ditTcrcace, aliho' 1 of the M.ddle District of Florida to attach

J() Assumpsilt ;in UlP ; J. 1). WESTCOTT, Jr. > Att'5. r illr PI'lr. the l...tale William J. Hancock, late of Jacktoncounty it looked like U. 1 then applieel the ointment whieh he to take into custody aid steamer Lieut. hard

Gf'orlPc \'S.Lanman. t) Leon Supe'r. Court. C. S. hlBLi-Y, dlnaH.J. are requested I I In uresent I Ibetnwttlioui gave me, to my I leg ; I became in 1 stale of amend appurtenancesaccording to law, to abide the fu ,

defendants and all others, lire hereby notified I I delay to the undersignedThose inilebt- 1.ll on using tie tn'at pi.,sicr, Iud so continued anti order and decree of i his court in this case-and '
THE (DTICE.-All pt-ibons claiming to be drtise-es orIf it well.Tins the said Marshal be further a
gotejuite summon
an attachment has been: issued in said i iC.Iw. I' ed lo said; estate are requested to make iimiitdiate tirerhtto '
I ntecs undi r, or ihli n "teul! in a certain alleged ointment i* certainly very valuable, and it respectab e and disinteies appraisers u> mak ".
t returnable to the trm of the LenaSuperior '
next I to
last will and testament r.f John tia\ in, late of Leon I payment us.MAKV \\ul.lle a 'Pity il should l be lust to the puolic by i iuiciitoryaiid of said L
Court to which he to appraisement :1t31>bat
is required
appear| deceased dated ihe 22d of March 1 and ANN HANCOCK Adm'rx
county, 1K3C : coiinierlt articlo, bearing the name and being not Izard and appur.tDaLces.allln case lib:
and! to law. !
c answer THOMAS agreeably HALTZKLL, AU'y. for Pl'fT. which was udmiticd lo probate"y\ ib.- Judge: of Leon DAK. ILL SMITH, Adinr.Jiirkson genuine ; WM K NEWMAN shall: elect .so ie do, than upon ent ring into slij l .

) Tallahassee! Dec. 10 HfS6.20ADt1NIS'l'IlATUlt' county court, May 14th, I 1336, and Icttcrs le"lam'nta., County, Dtc* iJO, 1836! -20K. Climb-land. May' 21, 't>31 lion in double said appraisement, \i b two H"
,
ry upon| whicl1'1'1' iniiiej by said Judge, May: I7tl>, }'IO'Rev Bmerit, H'oi'jrA ties, pyablf to said Marshal, conditioned that '
:::> NO TILE.ALL 1:;36, to Aoruham T. javm, as executor, will.lake ------ = I have known Mr C ilersions to be the propnetoofjiuikm's :.eam-UaL ut. Izard,and appuneuanees, be

t: persons indebted lo he estate of Malcomb nolict that a {prtiiioi has I.ei-n filed III the clerk s otl'u'eol H. HARRISON, j\i. D. I Ointment fur several ycuis ourmg my tebuleiice ly returned mio custody" toabi-ie said further c

late of the county of Gadsden, deceased, said court, to n t aside, annul and revoke said (probate I in .Iiryllnl an.l the oltnuDtladc by 'm.i and decree, e.r pay such appraised va-ue and
,'. and letters and, for the decree '( Surgeonenist.. i when that he the said hbellai
i are rrqtunlcd to make immediate payment the bub- leslinK-niiiry, < to have been iti repute. It has been frequently required, permit
t scriber, nnd all those having rhiims against said estate said court ih-U: aid .,llc:.:e-1 will i-, invalid and void for Jjr-Is in T"l.1ha"e ', No, 5. Brown's I Hotel. His I: ust.il in my U\YI family while tivin; in MaryUiid and retain the possessie>n and custody of .s-.id steam-*
,. set ,forth in said trillion jiiid that the willi VIiI. being annually, his the .' Lieut. hard and and that themonition
arc requested to !preseni them, properly authenticated Cans" same I responsibility i* iiing my Y residence 1 this Cl'y *uli surr.8 appurtenances
iiiiui the time prescribed, by law, or they Le heard and decided ut the next K'rmofs.ud court. arm,: as if he were permanently settled: I any of I B WAUGH. issue a.prayed, returnable to lay

;1 I will bcfoicxer L.iI r.li. J. l II. WE: TCU1T, ) All's for II. U his r.rm'r operations have no' >ceeded per.'ectly, I Methodist B.n.k RO.PI, Mulberry st.ISew February, l&tt.at 10 o'coel. A M

.. CAROLINE BLUE, Adm'rx. C S HIBLEi', Jr'l J Walker, ct at"ertmtei no charge will be mt.Je lor repainn"READYMADE Yoik, May 40t, I lo.'l: House in the city of Talahasee. in .3k1 Distrki:

," Q.uinry, Dec. 20th!., lb3G.-2Uf w .\ 23, IbJG.: ; S Pelilioners.17tf. J'elober :: I I :< j To prevent imposition, C Hersloiis name, i i. his said cerk. according to lie cour-e u'ihis court;
'- that : Marshal serve the same t>y personal
wrilinff will on the nvelope. Leiisrs sall
) "1 appear
.P.. MIDDLE DISTRICT-LEON SUPE'R COURT. (CLOTH L\G. hold paid, directed to him, in Frederick C.ty, vice, i practicable all imer; ste ?, and by pub
post
Job Chandler& ) I In assuiiipsit summons ad respondcndurn I SIX MON'I: HS afterdate, I shall exhibit my ac have I Ihl wuilbeaitendeIto I I lion the Floridian, a newspaper in said districtat
Aaron B. Marvin : I for S3UI 00.) Attachment for I : nnd \"oucll4trs, 10 tht: Hon. Judge: of the trvE: recuiteda' uppty of clothii- 5. Cln.inII For bale wliulcmlc. and retail, leas, lour week*, successively,once a. week do .

trading as $579, issued October Cih. |8.m.- county court. for Leon county, as admi .tration (,n will an.sell assortment small of advance boih e".irsi: : and fine, which we II I BARNARD LyE 4CO. Druggi.t sid time, and by posting copies thereof in at .
} the esa: e of Geo. M df'et.etl.V M. FISh ER at a on c..I.G three of the on said .
.' Chandler & Returnable to November 1 erni, oore, II T.-ilIahassee, Sept. 17ih 1S36 fr-eow.I y'r.ISEW most conspicuous places
Marvin vs J J8JG.: December 3, lSt;. 176tnNO 4T E LNVE ;BERGER and three other pub ic places in sail district,

... .' Geo. La u man. j FLUE-All persons claiming; i.) f he levis.ei.s -December.--- 3.- 183U :0. I,I .STOKE.ubscriber otherwi-c according to the usage of Courts of A

,. THE Defendant all others inU rested are here legatees under, or iituicaioJ iu a certain nllegcd POSTPONED SALE.- ''I U E ha.just arrived from New-York, ratl Y.
if. ( notified of the institution 01 the said suit and last will and testaineni tlf Ellis Burney, late of | and respectfully informs the citizen of Tixlla- Which i ordered and ruled accordingly-
: CO" The Sale of Lots in '
t ''').4 of iheutuingof attachment, to appear and Leon county, deceased, dated the I 171h day of February the City J\palaci-I, I hiasumee and its vicinity that he has U ken the new store 1 aO I1S RA3VALL
, cola advertised lot the I flu ii tfJa
; tium: ,
plead tu dijclaration filedin suid case according to next Clintoii-st. U four doors below 11 Post
1 8'Jo!: and which. was admitted to prubato, ai.et r I: on r y.IW, e
1 the statute in aw 1 h case iradt: and pro\iil d.l letters lestamentory upon wlueh were .ssued: by lhc bl't1 p.wi|>oiiel till ihe FIST 'I 1 UESDA Y IN 'I Office, here he is now opening a general assortment You, tl.e said: Marsha/.are/ therefore, antkor

\ >atJ Oct. 6, 1 8 JC. J. D, W ES I TCOTT, Jr Judge of Leon county court, 3Ulh March lbJ5, to lAllCl, at which wil! positiiely take I Iplace *. Seasonable GOODS-consisting in part of empowered and strictly enjoined peremptorih Snames
'-1 CHAS.S. HI IBLEV I I linen and bur ci.e and atLoo&isb tb* said Rapt.3.t ,
Cotton
L Guilford Burney as executor, will lake notice ilia. ap'tition Dec. 24-20 I bagging, cotton osnabargs,
jI
9 310, __ _. .. commander of the said ;
All's for PltlT. I bear and ravens duck 5-4 6-4. le8m-br LieoL.Jarlal
laps
.I\ has been filed i.he Clerk's office of saidcourt crtqullal. k

'r''r ',:I!: '..''''t'' '- ;'';_ .,,:: -- NOTICE." to act: mine i annul and revoke said prolmle suit Groceries, 1oviioiis5c.c. I IllndJO.- lh"cliJ!, lush linens, lawn linen any persons right, li whatsoever le, interest, having i>i elann in. or to the u
caml rica and line cambrichhkls. ,
letters testairnevitasy, and for the deeieu ol saul. couil, -i 71 LOUR J Butter Coflee Iticc bi'd' eye diaper, Meam-boauUenU Izard sad tackel,
S Sugar, apparel
Clleb.
'" months after date I damask and tablecloths bleached
will apply to the lion. that f aid alleged will is invalid :111I1'oid, for rangesset napkins and
SIX :: el, l mix Hcirings, Soip, Rusins, furniture, 4-c. libelled ngaia i aforesaid, by *
Judge of the Jackson R'Irk.1 drills bleached and unbleached and sheet
county COUlt for letters forth in the and that the s mine will shirtings
N. E. Rum of his least uu
I'nidJctitilln RUliV. Whiskey, licly affixing a copy mOil a1
dismusory' as executrix of the of I 'ham red
Elisha
,
estate Gates. heard ings, gin
and said prints
<)e next term of c uit. calicoes ; '1k Turkey ,
Siam.sli Holland of the placeson
| Brandy, Cogtiuu Brandy, Gin, Welch mol conspicuous si.bt aD
ANN B. GATES. while and flannel l
J. WESTCOTT: Jr. > A tte. for :Maiy :Smith::> 'I 1 >lioes Hau Rogers' patent personal service on the said J
Caps, Rphae S.'t
Marianna, Nov. 8 1836. I5tf obUCCIli"d\\UIC saddle duffil and blankets
C. S. SIBLEY, J tl al Petition.rs. &c. rose printed Whitney mander of the said .
; sle.bt
MIDDLE 1'fRICT-LBoN 1 SUP'K. ..V.rember3Olh, IttiS.; 17 ifADMINISTRATOR'S IdJluy emboiaed and f plain HouhtG and Paw-" in the Fax.
COURT. All of \lieu he at \\ Iolf'slf: or retail, at ihe causing a copy published
4i. .t Richard tiriffln 1 Intrespasson the case tlcke ticks, table and piano covers, black and plaid published in JLt
upon prou- warehouse of peachy &1\lan'I, 8u \ dian d newspaper sadiarid 0
vs MHDS. sumroonaad rcbpon'lendumfor NOTICK. I, I lsiG.-20: JABE/ LEWIS, & cravats, bandana., Spitlieneld and flagg bhkl die Florida for the space of at least four wec. >*

; George Fsher. ) $200 damnges; Attarh'l $IQI, .ALL persons imlel'lcd to the estate of Wiiy: Scar- -II' silk and c.otto.i hosiery, gloves, fancy hhkfa. and designated ?in said order as therein specified : aie

Returnable Nov.Term 1836 late of Leon county. deceased, ale ic- NOTICE. shawls,superfine blue, drab, black and mixed broad- oher lawful wayst means and methods wnat- .

:, THE defcndent and all others interested are here quested to make immediate payment to the subscriber, clothb: light mill doc skin, Niagara royal rubbed,fan al, whereby this monition may b made most p*.

c. ; ... notified of the institution of the said suk nod and all those having claims against tIme tame ate (: The Subscriber offers for sale his Tract of cy striped and black libbed casaimeres, Kentucky and notorious; lobe and appear at the time.

the issuing of raid attachment, and to appeir and .lequesicd pieseiii them properly authenticated: LAND, lying in the county of Leon, twelve miles jeans and linseys, indigo blue, grey milt, brown, plaid place aloresaid, befcre the aforetaia, w :..

.' t, plead to the decollation filed in said aasa acroidtnj 1 within the tim prescribed by law, or they will be I from Talahase containing btiO acres, and adjoining and striped l sauinctic:, rich purple alD. fancy fig'd so to afend upon every jig slOS thet.

--: ''\ (he statute in such case made and provided. t foievcr bnrred. BENJ. BYRD, Adm'r. lands tC John. Parkhil and Co!Braden. sniped, plaid and fancy fig'd. from thence until a MTINITIYK sentence l b.,

p. Pfttcd Oct. 4, I83C. J. I D WESTCOTT Magnolia, Dee. 5, 1836. I86w TIle land is of good nld equal to any cotton: woolen velvet, black satin and chalr'PesiG and promnlged in the said business uwmsun,,. 1

';, i. HAS. ilHLEY. or corn land in that section of the couniry. Thereare silk Vesting.-Ready made CLOTHING- any of them shall think it their duty 1 to d*. '>.
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t 9 31 Alt's for PltT. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. 150 acres cleared and under fence, and which is brown, claret, & invisible green frock 4-d rest COAt abide by and perform all nd singular SUCh

__ ALL person inJebled to Jonn George, deceased, rented for the present year. He would take pleasure fine cloth and blanket over Coat, acts are and\ ,law required l \
: t ADMINISTilATOItS\ NOTICE. of Jefferson county: arc hereby" called upon in shewing the land to any person who might Plushiug Coatee, Kentucky jean frock and dress and a neCcaF prewcy and finb%

i" ;l f Is hi-rebygiven loalfpt'rllonlcollcerned, to make payment without delay to the Administrator wish lopuichase. WAI.. COPELAND. Coals, cloth, cassimere and sailinctt Pi"t. n go and receive what unto Jw Id 'justice .nail

; ,- f NOTICE the April! ft rn, 1S3T, of Jackson Couuly on his estate-and all persons to whom the said) de. Dec. 17-1'JHwWM. Jackets and Pants velvet, satin cloth, Cs mere tin, under the pain of cte
ceased is in indebted swunsduwr ineiino, Marseilles, bombazine and toil- and s&at0t them,, < ,
absence
will their the eo
j: ,1..t Court, I shall apply lor a final l discharge frrrn the administration any way present accounts .
' (. of the estates of sJarah and Hectoi without delay.daly attested according to law. P. ) AL. who has returned to Florida, anctte Vests, lambs wool Shirts a.id. D wen, clocks, every of them, i* anywise BotwukstiinaioJ

..:r :: -.T. dcc. THOMAS B. WHITE MoJfeill DARIUS WILLIAMS, Administrator. to settle himself permanentlyand R. C. AL- collars, bosoms, fine fur and silk HaU and fur Caps. : whatsoever you shall do in,the premises, yj

q' adm'rx of said, Adm'rand Monticello, Dec. 6, 1636.: 18 8w LEN have associated themselves in the practice ol goats hair, camblet Wrappers.French, Mexican and duly certify nto the judge i aforesaid, a the I

., j estates.Marianna the Law. They \ill keep nn office at Tallahassee and American Saddle, Bridles and Martingalea, a full b place aforesaid, together with these presents
6ih 1836 5-Sm
,s Sept. 'N OTJCE.-Six month after dute I wil present St Joseph, and will practice in the Superior curlsir; ,riment China, Glass and Earthen Ware-Gro- Witness, the Honorable Thmu"RaAI

t (JTIC1.Miz weeks Illtera1e] I shall apply to my vouchers nnd papers or the i Cyrus the counties ot LcoiuJeflm sUlG tdsden, Jackson, and Wines and Liquora-single and double bar- of said Court, this 23d day t

f .l' the Han:>> Judge<< of the County Court for LeonCounty Dearborn, decas. to the Judge of the (county court Fianklin andiu the Court Apptals. They pledg. cerel. Pistols, Bouie'a Knives, Shot and game of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and]

";'t', for Letters of Administration on the effects for the county Gadaen, for a final settlement, and hemrel Ve to give strict attention to all business. con Bao-s Powder Flasks and Buffalo Robes. AH of six, and bixtv-tim year of American Iqdepei.HIUJAKD

. .. pf Drvid Kerr deceased, late of laid county pray for letters of therefrom. fidod to their management. WM. P. DUVAL. which will be sol low for cash, coaniry produce or \\ ,

-. H. B. KERR. JOHN WYNN, Executor. U. C. ALLEN approved WILLIAM CEN'fE. Clerk SUP'f Cc -.1

;. Ta1JAhAiWl, December 10, lf3G, U .6.w Noy. Sfitb, 1836 18 I FeI1'u.\11 b, 1836, S7lf TaUahMKe, Dec. 3, 1836.-tI _. Dec. 3J, 184Gb 214W

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