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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: February 3, 1838
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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v' *. red A resolution offered on yesterday by Mr. Gautier, was laidon
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niary 2Gib. 1838. t tied an act to call a convention, rt. i, -. .; 1.. 'j., \ u- "/: us, was re- the table till tomorrow.Mr. .
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........... _. ..::. U....,...., a bill entitled an act to authorise Which report was concurred in. .' ".. '. : i "I. f poor chil- Which was again read and Hopted.
"0 to render the Ocilla river navigable, was: taken His Excellency transmitted to the Arise by his private Sec-
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Bdlatn His Excellency, the Governor, tran ] :c :t' H ,.' *; . i < rr '- i xpedientpies -
njtiie table and placed among the orders of the day. following Message\ : ,- of said retary Mr. Copeland, the following Message:
four. Hart pursuant to previous notice, asked and obtained To be illsl.'Tltcl1Yo [To be inserted No. 19.]

to introduce a bill entitled an act to establish and rejru- Also the following, viz : i a bill enti- Which was read, and the nominations therein contained- were
pilots and pilotage at St. Johns! bar,in the Territory of Flor- the consented to and advised.
,,f \ To be insertedNo.. 29. tled An act to amend an act emui\.u .... .w incorporate
( wich], was read, and ordered for a second reading on Mon- I When the House weut into secret session, and consented to city of Apalaclhcola-after some time spent in Us: consideration A bill entitled an act providing for the safe keeping of the
V. '.\ Jjt'xt.* I and advised the nomination therein contained : the door the connniiiee rose, and Mr. Long chairman therefrom, reportedsaid Records of the county Mosquito, and for other purposes,
",err Gautier: gave notice, that he will, on some future day, was then again opened. bill amended-Which report was concurred in. |I was read a third time and passed-ordered that the title beas

1.,;fate to introduce a bill entitled an act to give additional The House then adjourned till :Monday 11 o'clock. His Excellency, the Governor, transmitted to the House by I above stated.
/(jjdictJon to the county court of Franklin county. his private Secretary, Mr. Copeland, the following message *- I A bill entitled an act to provide fora general system of Internal
jr.[ Blackburn, pursuant to previous notice, asked and ob- To be inserted No. 25. improvement in Florida, was made the special order for
..,,IIt'd, jlcave, to introduce a bill entitled an act to suppress the MONDAY: January 29th, 1833. Which was read, and the nomination therein contained con: Thursday next.
of bank A quorum of the House met pursuant to adjournment, and resolution heretofore offered Mr. Douglas concerningthe
-afujjor! circulating change bills or any notes unto sented to and advised. A by ,
the denomination of( five dollars, and for other purposes : the Journal of last Friday's proceedings was read. An engrossed bill entitled An act to authorize John Bellamy sixteenth sections, was again read and adopted.A .
which was twice read, (the rule being waived) and referred to Mr. Shaw cave notice that he will on some future day, ask to render the Ocilla river navigable, was read a third time and bill entitled an act to amend an act, entitled an act to incorporate
leave to introduce a bill to extend the.jurisdiction of the Sup-I of ordered be
banks. the to engrossedfor
committee on its final and were called for city Apalachicola
passage-the
put upon yeas nays
rior Court of Munroc; the
the County to County ol'Dade. '
}lr. Gibson, pursuant to previous notice, asked and obtained on this question by :Messrs Drake and Fitzpatrick: and were, l a third reading on tomorrow.A .
:are introduce a bill entitled an act to incorporate the Flor- Mr. Higginbotham gave notice that he will on some future Yi'as, Messrs.-l3cll, Brown, Dozier, Fitzpatrick: Gamier, resolution heretofore offered by Mr. Gautier, concerning
Bail; Road ;and Canal Company: : which was twice read, day, ask leave to introduce a bill, entitled An act to incorporate Hart, Higginbolhani and Levy. 8. Nays, Mr. President, j the compilation of the laws of Florida, was laid on the table.

,, ral" being waived, and referred to the committee on InterItnproyememit. -. the St.far.r's; Rail Road Company. :Mess's. Bannerman, Brokenbrough, Douglas, Drake, Gibson, I A bill! entitled an act to authorise J limited partnerships, was
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Mr. Gautier gave notice that he will on some future day ask ___ .. t .1
'Or 1\r u read third time ana passcu-oruereu mat the title be as abut e
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.1 i John-ton, Kenan, Long, Shaw, Vanghau and nyau, ii.Sasaid
I Loner pursuant to previous notice, asked and obtained leave to introduce a bill, entitled An act concerning corpora : bill was lost. I stated.A .

J"J"r.to introduce a bill entitled, An act to authorise the St. tions.Mr. All'i act to establL-h Pilots and Pilotage at St. John's bar inj, bill to be entitled an act to authorise the trustees of Jef-
drews and Chipola Canal and Rail Road Company, to es- Hart, pursuant to previous notice, asked and obtained the Territory Florida, was read a second time and referred!' ferson Academy, to rent the School Lands within the county of
lisli the records of said company, and such other papers as leave to introduce a bill entitled, An act to revive and continue to tli Judiciary Committee. I'I Jeflerson, and l for other purposes, was laid on the table and

ie company may have lost by fire.-Which was twice read, the in force an act establishing) a ferry over St. John's river at I A bill entitled An act to authorize Limited Partnerships, was ,,I written copies ordered.

:ale being waived, and referred to the Committee on the State Jacksonville.Mr. ordered H to be engrossed for a third reading on tomorrow.A I| A bill entitled an act to amend an act, approved the 14th
>if .Ir. Blount, pursuant: to previous notice, asked and obtained leave to introduce a bill entitled, An act supplemental to the taken from the orders of the day and made the special order for tory from carrying arms secretly, was laid on Abe table, and
tai'eto introduce a bill entitled, An act to incorporate the Pro- act incorporating the Union Rail Road Company, which was written copies ordered.
rstant; Episcopal Church, in the diocese of Florida.-Which twice read, (the rule being waved) and referred to the Committee I to-uorrow.A: bill entitled An act to amend the several acts regulating the The House then adjourned till 11 o'clock to-morrow.

ras twice read, the rule being waived, and referred to the Committee on Internal Improvements.Mr. County Courts in this Territory, was taken from the orders of
Gautier presented the petition of Delafield
Joseph
> on the State of the Territory. agentof the and made the special order for Wednesday next.
day,
the Apalachicola Land Company that certain WEDNESDAY January 31st, 1838.A .
Jllr. Blount gave notice, that he will, on some future day, praying mon- A resolution heretofore offered by Mr. Gautier, was laid on
I !&ukleave to introduce a bill to be entitled, An act in relation ies be refunded to said l'ompany-Which was read and referredto the table till to-morrow.
I :otbe Union Rail Road Company, in the Territory of Florida. the committee on Finance.Mr. A bill entitled An act to change the times of holding the quorum of the House meet pursuant to adjournment and
Douglas offered a resolution to instruct the FinanceCommittee the Journal of yesterdays proceedings was read.
Bell offered(] the follow resolution ,
Mr.. : fur
tH! County Courts of St. John's County, and other ,
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I Be it resolved by the Governor and Legislative Council of) to report the probable expense of a State Government was read a third time and passed. Ordered that the title be as :Mr. Blount, pursuant- --- to -previous. notice. asked .. t .
ieTerritory of Florida That the Committee on the Judiciary for this Territory, for the first three years, and also the above. leave to introduce a bill to be entitled, an act supplemental to ,
amount of taxes for the Which read. the several acts incorporating the bank of Pensacola.-Which
period
instructed to to this House whether not there is same was
,x report or The house then adjourned till lo-morrow 10 o'clock.
l wj? law of this Territory now in existence; authorizing the Mr. Gautier offered a resolution to approve of the conductof was twice read (the rule being waived) and referred to the committee

:unty' courts to levy a tax for the erection of public buildings, the Governor during the present war, and express the confi- on banks.
neb as Court Houses and Jails, and prescribing the mode of dence of this House in his integrity, skill and patriotism. TUESDAY January 30th 1838.A :Mr. Wyatt, pursuant to previous notice, asked and obtained
I Which was read. leave introduce a bill to be entitled, "an act to amend the charter -
(for said .
erring out contracts buildings.Be
it further resolved, That should the committee, on exam- Mr. Douglas offered a resolution requesting our Delegate in quorum of the House met pursuant to adjournment and of the Union Bank of Florid-Which was twice read (the
wtiou find, that there is no such law in existence, they are Congress to ask of Congress an appropriation of five thousand the Journal of yesterdays proceedings was read. rule being waived) and referred to the Committee on Banks.
rreby instructed to report a bill to that effect. dollars for the purchasing of a Library for the use of the Governor Mr. Wyatt gave notice that he will on some future day, in- :Mr. Shaw, pursuant to previous notice asked and obtained
Which was twice read, the rule being waiand adopted.! and Legislative Council of this Territory, and the Courtof troduce a bill entitled, An Act to amend the charter of the Union leave to introduce a bill to be entitled, "An act to extend the-
Mr. Dozier, from the Committee on Enrolled Bills, reported Appeals.Mr. Bank of Florida.Mr. Jurisdictions of the superior court of Monroe county to the
J1 act, amendatory to the several acts, incorporating the City Dozier from the Committee on Enrolled Bills, reportedthe I :: Johnson gave notice that he will on some future day ask counts of Dade, and the Jurisdiction of the county of Dade,
(St Joseph, as correctly enrolled.Mr. following bills as correctly enrolled, viz- [ leave to introduce a bill to be entitled An Act to authorize the to that of Monroe.Which was twice read (the rule being
Dozier from the Select Committee to whom had been re- "An act to dissolve the bands of matrimony between James I[counties of Leon and Gadsdcn. to build a bridge over the Ock- waived) and referred to the Judiciary Committee.

med the preamble 'resolution concerning the protection of Trathcn and Ann hit \\ife." I locknee river. .. On motion- of.Mr. Wyatt, a- bill entitled,.an..act. to provide.
lii frontier of Jefferson county, reported said preamble and re- "An act to amend the An act to regulate the foreclosure of I Mr. Fitzpatrick gave notice that he will on some future day 'for the raising- of two companies of mounted militia lor tile protection -
olution\ as amended.-Which report was concurred in, and said 'fo'tga cs." ask leave to introduce a hill to incorporate the Florida Steam of Middle! and West Florida, was taken from the table
,rcamble and resolution adopted.A "An act to establish the County Site ol Hamilton County, P---H* :i'-<-'-,,vjto"Mr. and placed among the orders of the day.
bill entitled, An act for the relief of Tilitha) Brooks, was passed' the 15th Sanuary, 183G. : Long pave notice that he will on some future day ask,l I Mr. Fitzpatrick, gave notice,that he will on some future day
iken from the table, and, on motion of Mr. Wyatt, placed a- "An Act to amend! an act entitled an act to incorporate the 1"ave to introduce a bill to authorize the raising: of a fund for! ask leave to introduce a bill entitled, an act to Incorporate the
lonp the orders for Tuesday, next. Bank Jacksonville, approved February 14th, 1835." the payment: of the troopordered into service by the governor : South and East Florida Rail Road and Steamboat Company.
The House went into a Committee of the Whole) on a bill "A resolution to extend! the Franking privilege to the Gov- fir the defence! { : of the Territory, the payment of whom has Mr. Gautier gave notice that he will on some future day
nlitled, An act regulating county courts in this Territory, at-' ernor and Secretary of the Territory of Florida." bee heretofore( refused or defered by the General Government. ask leave to introduce a bill to be entitled an act to incorporate -
:some time spent in its consideration, the committee rose:: andIr. "A Resolution concerning the establishment of a :Mail: Route !Ir. Gibson pursuant to previous notice asked and obtained the East and West Florida Rail Road Company. ,
Brockcnhrough chairman therefrom, reported progress! from :Monticello\ Jefferson County, to the Gadsden Spring on !leave to introduce a bill entitled "An Act to incorporate(- Mr. Gautier moved that the several matters embraced in the
slaked< leave to sit again.-Which report was concurred in. Suwannee rher." ( St. Mary s Hail Road Company" which was: twice read (the correspondence between the Governor of this Territory and the
The House went into Committee of the Whole on a bill ended -I And the Preamble and Resolution) calling on the President rul; }being waived) and referred to the committee on Internal Secretary of War be referred to the Committee on the state of

An act to amend an act concerning dower, after some for troops to protect the frontier Middle Florida." Imorovement. the T'rritor.r.-'Vhich motion prevailed.On .
!ne spent in its consideration, the committee rose and Mr.:\ Mr.:\ Blount, from the committee on the Judiciary, to whomwas ?Mr. Gihson; moved that the vote previously; taken on a bill motion of Mr. Gibson, a bill entitled, an act for the appointment -
nJ chairman therefrom, reported said bill to the House!. and referred a bill entitled an act providing for the safe keeping milled; "An Act to authorize John Bellamy render the Os- of weighers of cotton for the city of Tallahassee and
ked to be discharged from its further consideration.Which j of the Records of the county of Mosquito, and for other cilh) river navigable be rpronsilered.Vhfeh motion prevailed town of St. Marks in this Territory, was taken from the table
l purposes, reported said bill to the House without amendment. :ind\ said bill was referred to a select committee. Messrs: : and placed among the orders of the day. .

I Coin-tee. : : Which report was concurred in. Under, Gibson, and Lon?! were appointed thereon. :Mr. Gibson pursuant to previous notice, asked and obtained
wited;: thereon.A .... Also, from the same committee, to whom was referred a bill Mr. Gibbon presented, the petition of B. G. Thornton which leave to introduce a bill entitled "an act concerning rail roads

bill entitled an act to amend an act to regulate; foreclosure entitled an act to incorporate: the city of Key West, reportedsaid wa-5 read and laid on the table. which was twice read (the rule being waived) and referred to
4 time and its >. biil itmr'llIlcd.-\\'hich report was agree to : and said bill Mr. Blackburn moved that the report of the committee on the Judiciary Committee.
monga e': was read a third I put upon passa (
pan which question the yeas and nays were called for by ordered to be printed. I schools awl colleges on a bill entitled An Art to authorize the Mr. Gautier, pursuant to previous notice asked and obtained -
I Ws. Fitzpatrick and Levy, and were Yens, Mr. President.: I Also, from the sam! committee, to whom was referred a bill I I Tnhtl't's of J'-tTrrscn( Araemv! to rent the school lands: within leave to introduce a bill entitled, an act concerning corpo-
{its'rs. Bannerman: Bell, Blackburn, Blount, Brorkenbrough. !; entitled ni art to amend an act, approved on the 14th d"'yof" ';the county Jefferson and (for other I Ij purposes, be taken from rations.-Which was read and 01 "> .': ; ," ..*".

'ra las, Dozier, Drake: Gautier, Gibson, Hart, HiirginbothJohnston I February, J 1S35, entitled, an act to prevent any person in this i the table, also that the said! report be disagreed to-which motions to-morrow.
'. Kenan, Levy, Long, Shaw, Vaughan, Wyatt-20. Territory from carrying arms secretly, reported that further prevailed, and said bill was: placed among the orders of Ir. Gibson, ofierred the follow .
tags, Brown, Fitzpatrick, Livingston lUilts-4. legislation on that subject was inexpedient.-Which report was II the day. I serted No. 11.) Which were reat

v "m3! bill\) parsed : Ordered that the title be as. above.A ._ laid. _on the table., On motion of Mr. Blackburn, the repnrt of the committee I Mr. Hart, offered a preamble a ..'t .
fill entitled, An act to incorporate the Alachua Land Also from the same committee, to whom was referred the petition schools and colleges' on a bill entitled Au Act to amend An delegate in Congress to urge the < .1> '. 1-, ,
''iiipmy, was read a second time and: referred to the Judiciary of F. B. Whiting, Intndant of St. Marks, and sundry ct (approved 0:1: the 14th day of Febnury 1835)) entitled AnAct mail from Tallahassee to Jacksonville-which were read.
ramiuee.t other citizens of said town, with regard to public wharves in lo prevent any person in this Territory, from I carryingarms Mr. Gautier, oTered; a preamble and resolutions requestingour

A UH entitled an act to establish the County site of Hamil3 said town, reported the same to the House! unfavorable, and I s'crrttwas taken from the table, disagreed: to, and said delegate in Congress to urge an appropiation to build a
:J County and to repeal an act to make permanent the Countyt asked: to b edi-scharge.d from its further consideration.Which bill plcH'edllon\ the orders of the day. :Marine\ Hospital at the city of St. Joseph-vv hich was read.
of Hamilton County, \\iJS: road a third 1 time, and passed.- report was agreed to. Mr. Brown ollered a resolution to request of Congress a :Mr. Brockenbrough moved that the rule be waived and that
Hered that the title be as above stated. Also, from the same Committee, to whom was referred a bill quarter section of land each to the counties of Columbia and! he be permitted) to introduce now a bill entitled, an act making
A bill entitled an act further to amend the charter of the (entitled act to change the times holding the County Courtsof Alachua for( the purpose of building court houses in said coun- office copies of certain instruments evidence; and coloured per-
t.ihern Life Insurance mid Trust Company, was read a sea St. Johns County and for other purposes reported the same ties--which was read. sons competent witnesses in certain cases.-Which motion prevailed -
!"' time, and referred to the committee on Banks; and writ- without amendment.-Which report was agreed to ; and said Mr. Long {from the select committee to whom was referreda and said bill was twice read and referred to the commit
:a copies ordered.An bill was placed among the orders of the day. bill entitled An Act to amend An Act concerning dower, reported tee on the Judiciary.Mr. .
Uncrossed bill entitled an act to divorce George Flem- Also, from the same committee, to whom was referred a bill said bill amended. Which! report was concurred in, Dozier, from the committee on enrolled bills reported as
:i and :Mary\ M. Fleming, was taken from the orders of the entitled an act giving a lien to Mechanics and Master Builder, said bill laid on the table and written copies ordered. correctly enrolled, the following bill and resolution, viz.
T, and& read a third time. \\'hereupontessers.. Gautier and and to repeal certain other acts relating to the same subject, re- I The House went into committee of the whole on a bill entitled An Act to change the lime of holding the county courts of
outr called for the yeas and nays on its final passage. ported further legislation on that subject to be inexpedient An act to call a convention &c. After some time spent in St. Johns county and for other purposes.A .
And were Yeas, Messrs.\ Bannerman, Bell, Blount, Brock- Which report was not agreed to: and said bill was placed consideration of the said hill the committee rose and Mr. Hart preamble and resolution requesting an appropriation for
\trough, 'Brown, Croskey, Douglas, Dozier, Drake, Hart, among the orders Wednesday next, and ordered to be printed.Mr. Chairman therefrom: reported said bill to the House amended; purchasing a library for the use of the members ofthe Legislative -
ietrinbotham, Levy, Mills, and Wyatt-14.Kayt \ Long, from the committee on Internal Improvement, to which report was concurred in and said bill ordered to be engrossed Council and Court of Appeals! ; alada preamble and resolu-
-Mr. President, Messrs. Blackburn, Fitzpatrick, Gaur whom was referred a hill to be entitled an act to provide for a f for a third} reading on to-morrow. tionsconcerning the sixteenth sections of}land in this Territory.
*, Gibson, Johnston, Kenan, Livingston, Long, Shaw, and general system of Internal Improvement in Florida, reportedsaid His I: Excellency the Governor transmitted to the House by his Mr. Blount, from the Judiciary committee to whom was referred -
iughan-11. bill amended.Which report was agreed to. private Secretary Mr. Copeland, ihcfollowing communication, a bill entitled an act to incorporate the Alachua land
So said bill passed: Ordered that the title'be as above.An Mr. Wyatt, from the Committee on the State of the Territory [lo he inserted No. 13] company, reported said bill amended.-Which report was con-
engrossed bill, entitled an act to dissolve the bonds of reported-a bill entitled an act providing for the sale of certain Which vas read and with accompanying documents referred to curred in, said bill laid on the table and printed copies ordered.Mr. .
ttrimony between James Thraten and Ann his wife, was read I I Quarter Section of land by Congress to the Territory a select committee. Gautier, from committee on claims to whom was referred -
,bird lime, and put upon its passage. Upon which question Florida for the erection of public buildings in the ity of Tallahassee Messrs Blount, Fitzpatrick, Gautier, Wyatt, Long, Douglas the petition of R. C. Lester, reported a bill entitled for
*'vtas> and nays were called for by Messrs. Gautier and Long, -which was laid on the table and ordered to be prin- and Brockenbrough. the relief of Robert C. Lester.-Which was read and ordered. --- --
dwerc : Yeas, 3fessrs. Bell Blount, Brown Brocken- ted.Mr. A bill entitled An Aci, for the relief of Teletha Brooks was for a second reading tomorrow.Mr. .
Drake from the committee schools and colleges to read third time and its final the and from the committee I tr'rJ! ,
'ougb, Croskey, Douglas,Dotier, Hart Higginhotham, Levy, !I on a put upon passage, ayes Long, on Imp rvwempn! f>
"Is, and Wyatt-13. Nays : Mr. President, Messrs.\ Ban-. whom was referred the petition of J. A. L. Norman, "reported nays were called for on this question by Messrs. Gautier and whom was referred a bill to be entitled a 1C' to i in:, :'irporit' tl, '.
man, Blackburn, Fitzpatrick, Gauticr, Gibson, Jolmtson, a bill to be entitled An Act to incorporate the Dade Institute Brown, and were-ayes, Messrs. Bannerman, Bell, Blount, Florida peninsula road and stear 1 \ "I ;- ,: v repcr; .
of Florida. Brown Dozier, Drake Hart Higginbothum, said bill to the House and asked to bee i. ., .
jaati, Livingston, Long, Shaw, and Vaughan-12. So said Brockenbrough, : oj c !ts ""mhc.
!"passed! : Ordered that the title be as above Also a bill to be entitled An Act to carry into effect a gen- Mills and Wyatt 11 nays Mr. President, Messrs. Blackburn, consideration hich report was conci ,ml raii ,', I "'1'-
The House went into a committee of the whole on the bill eral system of education in the Territory of Florida, by the education Croskey, Fitzpatrick Gautier, Gibson, Johnson, Kenan, Levy dered to be placed among the orders ". o-n;<'lro\t',
tided an act to authorize limited partnerships i ; alter some of school masters. Livingston, Long, Shaw, ;and Vaughan: 13,so said bill was lost. Also from the same committee to whom was' referred a bill! lobe
fie: spent in its consideration, the committee rose; and }Ir. Also a preamble and resolutions, praying the United Statesto A bill entitled an act to revive and continue in force an act entitled, An act supplemental to the act incorporating, the:
.nag as, chairman therefrom, reported said bill amended. make a grant of land to end in carrying into effect the provisions establishing a ferry over St. Johns River at Jacksonville, was Union Rail Road Company, reported said bill to the House,
'inch report was concurred in. of the two bills herewith reported. read a second time and ordered to be engrossed for a third rea- I and asked to be discharged from its further consideration. '

A bill entitled an act to amend an act entitled an act to incor- The Committee, in consideration of the importance of this ding on tomorrow.Mr. Which report was concurred in, and said bill ordered to be
rate the Bank of Jacksonville, approved February 14th, 18- subject and the high character of the memorialist, recommendthat Douglas offered the following resolution : placed among the orders of to-morrow. ,
I\was read the third time and passed: Ordered that the ti- the aforementioned documents be laid on the table and Resolved, That the Committee on Finance be instructed to The House went into committee of the whole on a bill entitled
be above. printed.-Which report was concurred in. report the probable expense of supporting a State Govern-. An act to amend the several acts, regulating county courtsin
I bill entitled an act to regulate license on retailers of spir- Also from the same committee to whom was referred the petition ment in Florida, for the first.three sears after such Govern-: this Territory, after some time spent.in its consideration'
|>e 1 liquors, was laid on the table, and written copies ordered. of J. M'Cants and others, trustees of the Jefferson Academy ment shall be established, and the means and resources which committee rose, and Mr. Brockenbrougb, chairman therefrom

Resolution, before offered by Mr. Kenan concerning the and a bill.entitled. an act to authorise the. trustees. of Jefier-_. such State will possess for VA that- purpose. including.. t 1 direct.9 taxes, reported said bill to.the House amended.-Which report ..was.i
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bis Mitt Excellency the Gorernor, transmitted to the Honse, bjr FRIDAY, February, 1838. i erred a bill entitled an act farther to amend the charter of the ; It is believed_that jhe larger portion anBt--1 i t,
private Mr.
Secretary, Copeland, the following message : A quorum of the House met pursuant: to adj nrnment, and Southern Life Insurance and Trust Company, reported said have landed on the adjacent parts of Grand Ifbnd,haS j JIII! .

EXECUTIVE OFFICE, > the Journal of yesterdays proceedings was reader bill to the House with amendments.-Which report was con- viously sent across the muskets, &c. belonging to the h.

To the Legislative Tallahassee, 30th January, 1838. \ Mr. Johnston, pursuant to previous notice, adl'il: and obtained curred in, and said bill ordered for Tuesday next. which were commuted to the custody of Col. Ayres, **,

GENTLEMEN Council: leave to introduce a bill entitled, An act to vab/rise the Also from the same committee to whom was referred a bill flier movements of the disbanded force are [left to cos .'

cf tho Secretary of, I have approved and deposited in the office counties of Gadsden and Leon, to build a bridg ;? rose the to be entitled an act supplemental to the several acts incorporating Our messenger passed Schlosser, from the Falls, iV Jj

An act the Territory, the following acts: Ocklocknee \'er.-\Vhich was twice read, the rule flQp f r aiv- the Bank of Pensacola, reported said bill to the House, 8. As he ipproai bed Tonawanda, the steamboat LI'tt

City of St. amendatory" to Ae several acts incorporating the ed, and referred to a Select Committee. Messrs. Jjhuston, Which report was concurred in, and said bill ordered for Tues- was putting oo steam, at Whitehaven. But when be *

.An Josephs- Kenan, and Wyatt, were appointed thel'e{ 1. day next. opposite, she had left, in what direction he could not teU. l

act" to amend an act to regulate the foreclosure of; Mr. Gibson gave' notice, that he will, on some fnCe day, introduce Also, from the same committee, to whom was referred a bill A boat from the Canada side lay out in the river o& ,

mortgages." An I a bill to be entitled An act concerning bankt.3n entitled an act to amend the charter of the Union Bank of Navy Island, early this morning, on her oars, ap.
act to amend an act entitled an incorporate the /( motio of Mr. connoitering, for about half hoar. ---,It-
Sank of acLJp I Douglas, the peen of B.rhornton : Florida reported said bill amended.-Which report was con- an
I have Jacksonville also approved Pfe&ary Wh, 1835." wa .taken from the table and placed among the'_. Is of the :I cured in, and said bill ordered for Tuesday next. Two schooners with British flag flying, were 1 lyin

A resolution approved the following resolutions : flay: \ I Also! from the same committee, to whom was referred a bill. one mile below Waterloo, which were observed fay the g a
I
exertions requesting our Delegate in Congress to use his Mr. Johnston gave notice, that he will, on sou- r ".1: ., entitled an act to prevent any foreign banking corporations or below Black Rock, to have made their wajfpp from'ly ..

to have a Mail rout established from Monticello, passjug ask leave to introduce a bill njtjil" d, An act lo :\ Companies, from exercising corporate privileges in this Territory I this morning. Another is lying at Waterloo. T hey ,

through the northern part of Madison County, and directly holding the county courts*'>4t Lne Aunties, of Gadsden- and Jackson -I)I reported said bill to the House. Which report was agreedto doubtedly those which have been at Black Creek, jam 4

through Hamilton County to the Gadsden Springs on the Su- ,and said bill made the order for Tuesday next. Chippewa, for a week or more. The object of their ore t

wannee A river. Mr. Levy gave notice, that he will, on a future day, ask leave Mr. Dozier offered a Resolution to request our Delegate tion can only be surmised. pos,

resolution resolution requiring our delegate in Congress to introducea to introduce a bill entitled, An act concerning free negroes. in Congress to urge the appropriation of four thousand dol- Two o'ctacx P.3f(.

Enid! to extend the franking privilege to the Governor Air. Douglas, pursuant to previous notice, asked and obtained lars for completing the Court House of Jefferson Connty, Gov. Marcy and Gen. Scott, who came up from the FA
of
Secretary Florida. !I leave to introduce a bill entitled, An act to amend an act Which was read. : last evening, left in extra cars. accompanied by Gen. wj

A resolution requesting the President- of the United States entitled, An act to incorporate the Southern College! at St. Augustine llr.11'yatt from the committee on the State of the Territory, about half past 12 to-day, for Black Rock, and.will j*,

of t<> cause Jefferson a company of Dragoons to be stationed on the frontier- approved February 11th, 1837.-Which was twice read to whom was referred the correspondence between the Governor proceed to Grand Island. Two companies of artillery,1iQ

Countv.- the rule being waived, and referred to the Committee on Schools and Secretary of War, made the following report : two field pieces, also left here for that quarter.

R. K. CALL, and Colleges.Mr. ) (To he inserted, No. 37.) This step, we understand, is in consequence of intem

Which Governor of Florida. Fitzpatrick: pursuant to previous notice, asked and obtained Which was read and ordered to be printed. that an armed British schooner, (probably one of those an!

was read. : leave to introduce a: bill entitled, An act to amend an act Mr. Mills from the select committee, to whom was referredthe i to above,) is lying in our waters, down the river, with U

Also the following, viz: concerning attachments.-Which was twice read, the rule being petition of sundry citizens of Alachua County, reported- a intentions toward the steamboat Barcelona, or any craft rU

EXECUTIVE OFFICE, 7 waited, and referred to the Judiciary Committee. bill to be entitled an act for the relief of Micajch Dean. Whichwas may have been employed in aid of the Navy Islanders

To Tallahassee: January 30th, 1838. > Mr. Doughs gave notice, that he nil!, on some future day, read and ordered for a second reading on to-morrow. While writing the above, several discharges of cannon h1t
the
Legislative Council ask leave to introduce} a bill entitled, An act to amer.dthe militia The Governor transmitted to the House, by his private Sec- been heard from that direction. A gentleman, just arrited.
GENTLEMEN= = I hereby nominate Robert Beverid e of : laws of this that the schr. alluded has been
;; Territory. rear: :Mr. Copeland, the 1 following communication : says to firing at (he L
C.ilhoan County, Judge of the County Court of said County. Also a bill to be entitled, An act making further pmi-ions (To be inserted, 1'0.39.) either the Barcelona, or squads of disbanding NavylslaDders 1 :)
And John C.
M'Gehee of Madison County, Judge of the county relative filing claims against the estate* of deceased: person I Which was read, and with the accompanying documents referred
Court of said County and Lewis Church Justice From ii!... Baltimore: Arerican.2Oti, : !
; of the and reviving suits against executors and administrators. j to the committee on Schools and colleges.Mr. n"l.
Peace in and for IMPORTANT FROM THE MICHIGAN I
the FRO
said
countof Mnilison. "
Mr. J.ongirave notice, that he will, on some future dar, ask : Fitzpatrick, pursuant to previous notice, asked and ob- 1tR.
R. K. CALL, leave to introduce a bill to repeal} an act, to amend an art entitled tained leave now, the rule being waived, to introduce a bill entitled The following letter, from a source of the first rest l>eaal 5(| .

Governor of Florida. An act to incorporate the subscribers of the Union Bank, 'n act to incorporate the Florida Steam Packet Associa I at Detroit, conveys the particulars of important en'Du.hij :
Which was read and the nominations I have just transpired) in that Quarter, in reference to the
therein contained 50 far it relates
con- as to the location of a branch of said buJv. in 1 tion.Which was twice read, the rule bt."ingwaived, and refer- oat I
senU-d to and advised the Hotjte. iu Canada. We.have here the development of plans
by Marianna, and for other purposes.Mr. red to the Committee on the State of the Territory.The wbicLhnt I
Mr. Brown offered 1 the following resolution; Levy, pursuant to previous notice, asked. and obtiined House want into Committee of the Whole, on a bill en been herotofore occasionally hinted at in the accounts that fat] a

Resolved by the Governor and Legislative Council of the leave to introduce a bill entitled, An art to Irgilize certain proceedings I reached as from Buffalo. r

Territory Floride-, That our Delegate in Congress be re- in the superior courts of East Florida.Huc'i was'Improvement DETROIT. Jan.7.183s.; I
-jue} ,ted to use every effort to the of a law twice read and referred Our city for the three last days has been in great confu o.i 1
procure passage !giving to the Judiciary committee. the committee rose, and Mr. Long chairman therefrom
the f I report- of the extensive plan of invading Canada c
to counties of Columbia consequence bj
and Alachua, one quarter section Mr.: Blount cave notice., that! he will" on tn-mnrrow-.idclr.ive rrl ,pro rC5S. and asked leave to sit aerain.... -Which renort. was rufnrro.1 and nthprs havinlT! been dilcovtled. etrtii r
of land each, to be located in any of the unsold land in to introduce hill 1 - -
? a to be entitled, An act to amend the act incorporating agreed to. Nothing of the movement was known save that

aid counties, the proceeds of which to be appropriated to the the Roman Catholic congregation of Penacol: : I A bill entitled, An art concerning corporations" Was been held and resolutions passed but it was! thought meeting lh<. l

rebuilding of the Court Houses and Jails in said counties. Mr.\ Levy, pursuant to previous notice, asked and obtained j 1, read a second and third time and passed. Ordered that the titie would stop there. It has turned out differently, for .on Tbani.r alt
Be it further resolved, That the President and Chief Clerk 1 leave< to introduce a bill entitled An I be all the in
act to authorize Angu-iu- n; above written.A night slate nrois:: our city arsenal were ecr"I'11abt' j
of this House do sign these resolution! and that they he handed Ponzard and Francis Joe, the attornies of 1 F. J. A\ice, to sell 1 resolution offered on yesterday by Mr. Gibson, was read a away; on the same day 400 Stand were openly! seized at 3Ionrv,

to the Governor for his approval, and transmitted with all and convey certain property in land:, for the benefit of the chil- ccond time and adopted.A and on the succeeding night our jail wa* robb.-d of all the arm "

possible: despatch to the Hon. Charles Downing. dVhich of said Francis J. A vice.-Which was read and referredto resolution heretofore offered by Mr. Hart, requesting our fixed ammunition which had been deposited there i safe kerp. .
\ was again read and adopted. : < the Judiciary Committee. Delegate in The next morning a vessel with about 800 stand and abuat 100
Congress, to use his exertions to semiweekly
!
An engrossed hill entitled! An act to reviand continue in I Also nn act to authoruf J sale of the lands of the infant chil- mail from Tallahassee to Jacksonville procure a read- men departed. horn our wharves for Boia Blanc, a British 144
force, an act St. I 4 I was again distant 19 miles hence, and opposite Maiden, al the jurK-tinnoffc
establishing a ferry over John's river at Jack- dren of "'m. BucKnor.Which was read twice and referred to. and adopted.
onvillee was read the third time and I River Detroit with Lake Erie. Attempts were also to barebcq
Ordered the '
passed.: that Judiciary Committee. ,\
j j i preamble and resolution requesting of Congress< an made Dearborn
he title be as above stated. Also ( appropriation upon our city powder magazine at which ten
an art to amend an act for the taking of a census of; for the erection of marine St.
a hospital at Joseph. frustrated by a guard being despatched from ihe city in time
A resolution heretofore oflered by Mr. Gamier, was! on his mo- : Florida.Which was read and ordered for a second reading on I Was again read and adopted.A Besides these daring operation*, supplies have been Purdutl
tion, laid on the table.
to-morrow.< hill entitled, An act for the relief of R. C. Lester,-was and sent down to BJH Blanc; *ub"cri|>tion paper circulated, ...
An engrossed bill entitled, An act to amend the act entitled, I Mr. Levy, pursuant to prexiou notice, ask.-d and obtained !I read the second and third time and passed. Ordered that the now containing 1000 names; commissions:: Jrom Navy Irlasdtr .

an act to incorporate the city of Apalarhicola,-was read a }leave to introduce a bill entitled, An act concerningbauks! I I title be as above written. tiered and accppled J; enrolments of about 700 men made ia tbe tf

third time and passed.-Ordered that the title be as above Which! was twice read, ordered to be printed, and made the? .\ bill entitled, An act to incorporate the Florida Peninsula f fVrent counties ('0 th, river: regular drills: held; and, to cap the cS.

written. special order of the day for Monday IIPi(. [ Rail Road and Steamboat Company, after some time inconsideration nax, .1- Sutherland from New YOlk, i* hourly expected:k

'rhc House went into Committee of the whole on a bill entitled Mr. Blackburn, pursuant to previous notice, asked: and obtained -' its the committee rose, and Mr. spent chairman Once from Cleveland: to arrive at Gibraltar, 16 miles bear tkpoint

An act to provide for the raising of two companies of leave to introduce a bill entitled, An act to amend the, several therefrom, reported said bill to the House amended.Croskey : rendezvous( ; and to uke command of all the forcei.
mounted militia, for the protection of Jl/iddlc and Wet Florida acts in force in l j As BOH Blanc nveituok Maiden end has upon it the remain
: now
thiTerritory sale Which
pecting
i imarshals. said bill
I report was agreed to, again read and} ordered
after time ;m old breast work the patriots design making il a depot and it-
in its ,
some spent consideration, the committee rose, ,-Which was t+ice road and referred to a Select! Com- lo be engrossed for a third reading on to-morrow. '
tend, after heating lhreon! guard, to nlltckIald
and Mr. Dozier B n. proceed\
chairman therefrom, reported progress, and mittce. Messrs. Blackburn, Livingston and Mills I The House then
were adjourned till
asked leave appointed to-morrow morning 10 S ndwtch arid London and effect a junction with Mackenzie it<
sit
to Which
again. thereon.
report was agreed to.Ilis" o'clock.
I Hamilton r Upper Ciinad t. .
Excellency the Governor transmitted to the house, by On motion of Mr. Blackburn, a bill entitled, An act to an All the operations have been conducted with efficiency tad M.

his private Secretary, Mr. Copeland, the following message: thorise the trustees of the Jefferson! academy, to rent the school <-iecand a- there are many dia.irT.ct 'd on the proposed" rode,
EXECUTIVE OFFICE, ) 1 lands within the, county of Jefferson, and! for oilier purposes, Corre
Tallahassee, 31st January, 1838. \ was taken from the table and placed among the orders jjf the EVACUATION OF NAVY ISLAND. take :Mnlden if they try.

To the Legislative Council: dGENTLEMEN <", BUFFALO, Jan. 15th, 183- From the nutuh:r ot men-engiged, the about of money MJWded -

: : I hereby nominate Levi! F. Miller of Washington Mr. Long moved that a bill entitled act to amend an act Dear sir.--I avail myself of an express, on the eve of starting ', .Iudlfw J concert of actionhovvn( in this enterpri-e, weconclui:

: County, Judge of the County Court of said C01Jnt '.- I concerning dower, be taken from the table and placed aiaong for the east, to say that the force assembled on Navy Island that s-onie iMe heid is at work.

A. G. Simmes of Calhoun County, Notary Public in and for the orders of the da\, .-Which motion prevailed.On evacuated last night,-that they are now where Governor ;Mason i issued his proclama'ion three or fonrdajuji,
!some
said County. I also nominate Thomas Hard of Jefferson motion of Mr. on our I but it was disregirded. Yesterday the U. S. district attorney deI -
'man Blackburn, the bill)) entitled an ar. to shore it is understood, endeavoring to make their : I
way to some spat'-h'-d a ste.imbo.it with the marshal and after/ the icboosr.
County, a Justice of the Peace and Francis Darkins : amend ; posse
Auctioneer an act to
from
prevent any person carrying arms sec'ct- point higher up, embark. for where is not precisely
hut they uere defied and threatened with the contents of U
in and for said County. R. K. CALL, ; ly, was taken from the table and placed among the order: of without anus. The state cannon are (being known-I eighteen pounder if they approached nearer than hailing: dutanet:

Governor of Florida. the day. marshal is on the qui rite with his deputies, (directed by the Our riiizens held a public meeting! and passed resolutions el-

Which was read and laid on. the table. I !Mr. Douglas gave notice, that he will on a future day, i>k district) to serve civil process: on the leaders, if they can be pressing their disipprobation: of the Patriots' and organmii

An engrossed bill entitled, An act to call a convention, &c., I I l leave to introduce a bill entitled an act to exempt the inhabitants i- t Hili cJ. guard ol 100 men for the protection of the town which was fa

was read a third time and put upon its final passage! ,-the aye s of East Florida from the payment of taxes during the continuance (;0lUarcy and Gen. Scott are here doing all that existing I without any arms save those.ofonn volunteer corps, and liable abe

and nays were called for on this Question by Messrs. Mills and of the present Indian war, and for other purposes.Mr. j laws permit to maintain neutrality. The governor has been :. plundered! af its stores by the patriots, or fired on by the iff

Fitzpatrick, and were,-Ayes, Mr. President, lJles/ rs. Ban- Hart presented the jH-tition} of Jonathan Thigpin{ ; lich r I very active and efiicient. under circumstances of great difficulty. t i iJ"r"I" i; alists un the opposit"lIiJu of the riter.

nerman, Blackburn, Brown, Cro key, Dozier, Fitzpatrick, Gau- was read, and referred to a select committee. I: Upon the return of the Marshal, a requisition lor arms wufndt
tier, Gibson, Johnston, KenanLivingston, Long, Mills, Vaughan i :Messrs. Hart, Brown, and Levy, were appointed thereon. ih- I'.uff.lo S.r Extra, J'n. 15. : upon General Brady. U. S. A. which was granted Arms 6 6r 6-

and Wyatt,-16. Nays, Messrs. Bell), Blount, Brockrn- I On motion of :Mr. Cros-kev. a bill entitled an act to charter IMPORTANT NEWS. I r Dearborn were brought i in, and an enrolment of 200 citiz-n3mw

hrough, Douglas, Drake, Hart, Higginbotham, Levy, and 'I I: and intoPp rate the Trustees' 'of the St. Andrews College( m'.I. 1'an'1o1311d evacuated-the cannon belonging to the tate :; however lo seize ,he( she schooner has rea if hd found her point within destination out JunsdltlOu.fe1w'this.
Shaw9. So said bill passed. West Florida taken from the table and surrcndeied-the patriot dispersed. ere
was placed among the; army j f The P.itriothate a Urge body nf IHPII al Gibraltar, deuWl It
The title was amended, to read as follows) viz: "An act to I orders of the day. By express: this mcrning, we learn that during the night the : co-operate with the vessel above alluded to, and to-morrow BOTIK" .

call a convention for the purpose of organizing a State Gov :Mr. Levy offered the following resolution, \iz : I }patriot army retreated from Navy Island Laft'r having conveyed ing we may xpect the grand move to be made upon the ton *

crnment." I Resolved, That the Governor be, and he is hereby, requested -! the cannon belonging to the state and the United States to !' Maiden.

A bill entitled, an act fir the appointment of weighers of t, to furnish to this House topics of the reports of the Pao. -, Grand Island, and lelt them under the care of Col. Avers of the ;; I have thus ;given you some of the details of an enlerprwt wWj

cotton for the city of Tallahassee and town of St. J/arks, i in i I i. mater: General, referred to in the letters of the Secretary of'lWar militia. j: h tH,:ver mUf'he may sympathies with the Canadians, u g _

tills! Territory,-was laid on the table, and written copies or- I of the 13th October, 1637, and} of the 30th December, i Fro.ii tie BuHlilo: Coin. Advertiser of Mond.,y eTtn'.nj.: I flagrant viuUiion of neutrality and national faith.

ered.! 1837*-Which was read: SC1ILO:-:SER, January 5th. '{ That nil these enrolments should have been made-armsbk ;

Mr. Fitzpatrick moved lhat, the rule being waived, and he be I Mr. Long offered a Resolution requesting an appropriation Navy Island was Evacuated Last Night.-The cannon belonging men drilled-and this whole machinery of war put into npeiatitmr -

permitted to introduce the following: : "That he will introduce 1 i to Open a road from .5t. Andrews Bay to Wcbbville. Which I l to the U. S. have been returned, and arc lying at without ih.- the knowledge of our police, isn mallet which nurti
bill I verntnerit will find it exceedingly difficult to explain lo the _
a to amend the law regulating attachments in thisTerritory. was read. Schlo'er.! I!
: tar, -h +R of the British nation.
-Which motion prevailed.Mr. I :Mr. Dozier from l\\c\\ committee on Enrolled Bills, reported as Thus far the despatch of our correspondent. give be- '[ P. S. Morning Jan. Sutherland has arrived at Gibraltar 6
Fitzpatrick laid before the House the bond and correctly low such additional information have
enrolled learned.
agreement i as we subsequently 'i Cleveland with 70 men. and nu attack! upon Bois Blanc, ef dd
entered into by the Governor with John P. Duval, I Il' An act to authorize Limited Partnerships." :I the British are said to be in poM>s"toR, is contemplated 1bi.dIf.

: q., for the compilation of the laws Florida,-Which were I An act to revive and continue in force an act establishinga -- .-- -

received and laid on the table. Perry over St. John's river, at Jacksonville.) 'VE art autho i-ul ndr, quested to !I.y. 'hat FOR :SALE. UNION- BANK OF FLORIDA.

The house then adjourned till 11 o'clock to-morrow. An act to call a Convention for the purpose of organizinga \\ M. 1I1LLIARJ\ bo" acaudiale: 'for" A Tract nf( land.conistltgo:1': SO acres in the E.t1EtAL meetings of ihe Stl'Ckb"J.JerII
I rlt IIf'lle'
t'oui.ty Court at the next tleviion tor G
"
State Government." Le. (; centre oi'Hir LaFay..ue Town!'hlp.an.J shrift aid Bank will bc"hed! on the I'oarih *
m t
'UI Iv.
*. : 4 miles ip>m Tat I1.I"s'.e It consists of ihe 9 h day in Ja uary next, likewise, en the first *.*'
An Act to amend an act entitled an Act to incorporatethe JIII ( IhJa. 22-teJ end I 16th ferlionsol hit township, whih lie contiguous i'l F'e..rnry next, at their Banking HI/usc"-
city of Apalachicola." \\ K are authorized In announce DANIEL lor tneir whole Uug.hand f,'rm an obit-nx! ; cIty of
THURSDAY, February 1st, 1838. An act providing for the safe keeping of the Records of the McllAKNY ai a candidate I f.ir re election to ot I by 2 miles. Thre. t"'urihsof sorti >n 9 consists Tallahassee.JOHN PARKHILL, CdfrPec.
die Clrrksliip Leon Comity al the next elec of :Miiafuito and for other the best li has .
county purposes. lion' in February.1 quality been pronounced by c >inrKjeni -
The House met pursuant to adjournment, and the Journal 1 And a Resolution giving to the counties of Columbia and J.UI. G, JS3! 2i-teWK Jmlges lobe one ot thebe ts.ction5iDlhlt A GREAT BARGAIN ;
yesterday's read. very f rule and v.iluibie: Township.! Sfiion 16 IT,be had by early application! to ,be";
proceedings was Alachua ft&IA
a quarter section of land each, for the purpose of rebuilding nre authorized to announce t Captain is: gent tally ,'od oak tOll hickory land, |w>rtions of who wish t* sell their FAM ;J
Mr. Long announced to the House the death of James W. the Court Hou-es and jails, in said: counties" JLFItKD A. FIMlKltatf' candidate lame; IL it'a superior quthlyandutthe character of soil mile N. W. of the MI au'l1.e' conlalfW'lJ.a, '
Exutn Esq. and offered the following preamble and resolutions Mr. Fitzpatrick, the rule being waived, notice, that he dt'CIIoIII to the ollice Sheriff for Leon county which. lidS been prove I 110.I.l I..? bet adapted to the Aces of first rate oak and Hickory "' "
viz :- pave al llit lu-M I flection.Jan. l production of iutr!! .'ps f of ine cuff"a n. Fiom the nearly 900 open in A high state of eul.I&d
will on some future day, ask leave to introduce a bill for the 6 183 lactlity o' citaring l-is last se'li.n, it may be made improved with lust rate vt j'ri inT water sit( sy.
: g-
Whereas, by a melancholy dispensation of Providence, this i, relief of the Clerk of the County Court of Dade County, and te ,err. s..ooa'ii.ab.ea.a; i "".lali,..). a good neishborhord and known lo"- (,IU';!iii
: nrf r. qu rsed tonnnonnre J. :JI. Hu-jpn, 'I he tra'tls well healthiest pnrcp'xtty
House in the
thai
has been visited by a calamity grievously deplored, in to legalize certain acts of said clerk.; 1T watered having a large stream pace section
I a c imlidaie for Coroner, at the next election running: thr-ugh it, in a liealtlttul: .section of the have provision of all kinds on the PI ate r falIIIIC
the death of JAMES W. Exult, one of its members ; And whereas Mr. Douglas, from the committee on Banks, to whom was in Feb uarv- country, "i d utF. rdm? beautiful smations fora utensils, with slock ol all kinds. .d
this Legislative Council individuals and Jill ;fit, I -QI-t"t res.d. uce. The Had R ad fi-nm A literal credit be h\d\n the rratetrT -
as as a body, enter referred the petition of sundry citizens of Jackson a king Tallahassee 10 may !
county Sr, Marks, no\v near us completion, will atfo -daclirajxml of the purchase moneyB.. J. B. R
tain 1d flCE >
a veneration for the of the deceased 9t
that certain .
memory commcnsu- alterations be made in the charter of I he Union ,
I WAI. (
Alt notice tl reedy ( to markc' tor its
irty day ann the date hereof' Ih"Cl" pr ucc.
late with the respect due to him when living. Bank of Florida, reported that it is inexpedient to grant the I hall 1 upp'y' liy p<-iiion t" tie' t Memorable the A I Inj credit w' ill be givtn for the greatest pan Dec. !23,19X1.;! Id__

Be it therefore Resolved, That a Committee of three mem prayer of petitioners'Which report was, on motion of Mr.i f Jude o' tic Sijvr.or: Court tor the Midd His- of the the purchase money. For terms apply. to the NOTICE.R .
bers be the President confer with trim of Fl riI", at il appointed by to Committeeof laid cl
the'table.
a Long, on Court f. Leon Jan li, 18J8-i3-4w: .H.M. DA &REUBEs N .
snperior r to II :
County s certao VllDSt ,
the Masonic order and such others as may be constituted, to His: Excellency the Governor, transmitted to the House, by I lants I IH .ai'I I County, belonging; to L"'J7.a.h Fort, are my ., transact any bus_-...'.--.
adopt the most appropriate arrangements for thc order and con his private secretary, the following : /aolr-nali C. Fo.t, infant Iensof ZaehariahC. DROUGHT TO JAIL mine in Gadsden coant,. Mr.debtsottbabaw Darnd*1 ** -
message a )aced receiie and the!
duct of the funeral. F.orr..tc..I. which np. lie To ON nays ,
be inserted
( No. 28. Grai of and
) me all the ?ua dia" l e-?ally appointed bytbe coon- bt 1 Ionsto I IK A. tiilturd of Florida, he sun WJLD -
Resolved, 2d, That the Legislative Council deplore the loss Which was read, and with the accompanying documents re-.f e.'urtrf. Twig county in the State nf Georgia.S. ; : he left the-plantation of CI. Alston some nays four lYti1 1837.B. _I'
'Iwnich they and the community have sustained in the death of an erred to the committee on the State of the Territory.Mr. G. lHCKLUI.reu .",nre. Said l>oy is about 5 feet 10 inches ApaUehlcola, 1st August, -
& r .,!7, 1 1838-255 bib. "alku15kwINly. Tt is .
estimable man and a worthy officer. Shaw, the rule being waived, gave notice, that he will to com"ef".rd.plo'el'n' owner requested GROCERIES GROCERIES.WE -
Jly, charge and ''
Resolved 3d, That as a testimony of respect to the deceased, ask leave to-morrow to introduce a bill entitled an act to amend NOTICE. take him away. par hare Just received and offer jot "

the member of this council will wear crape on the left arm for the Pilot Law in the county of Monroe. ALL. ,r< indrbiett to Lester C,0011c. late of JAMES: ) A. NEWMAN. Jailor.' low,
the : ej.h.or i by note or account art rev Thorn.mille, Dec. H, 1337. 20--tf 10,000 Iba. Bacon
space of thirty days. His Excellency transmitted to the House the following come qu6 .e.l titc<>rue forward aid a>nke invnwJiai pay- 54000 Ibs food Cheese
Resolved 4th, That this House do now adjourn, and that tit munication : 'i.ent to the subscriber: and pn vent uit. NOTICE. 50 Boxes Sperm Candles

officers thereof furnish a copy of these resolutions for publicationto (To be inserted, No. 30.) DI'f 23 lg:<7. WM. J. BAILEY, Affcnf.lo-tC THECo-p-utnersiiip furmerlyeliatine between S3 Bunch Uaisinsl,0001WCod&ih

the offices of the Floridian and Watchman, and that a copy Which was read, and the nominations therein contained Marks Joseph' R. Rowle', at St. !5 Kegs Bauer
FOR 8ALK. trading under the firm of T.McCarry,4r ClLard .
SO
thereof be transmitted to the family of the deceased, tendering were consented to, and advised. A PLANTATION in Jackson County, about Co was dissolved in July: i&1All persons indebted go bbls; Seed Potatoes
our sincere yet unavailing condolence, at their melancholy b eAlso.the following : 'uur rules (rum Mariann.i containing about two to said firm are hereby .notified that pay- 60 bbls Whisker .,.
reavement.. iho'innd ac es.>f lanJ, between four and fire bun- mrtt taws be niad to the sut ruVr.who u alone era bbl Sweet laalap Wine
To
( be inserted, No. 31.) .cord of wbi-h are.in cultivation. Possession Gtr- entitled to reeeife the f.amei and no receipt will in Al I Messrs: Long,_Drake and Gautier, were appointed the com Which was read, and the nominations therein contained were e-i inmetlidtely I Vor terns apply tn Peter W., future be alk.wedntcu o signed by him, having Coffee,-All whkh we will dispose ol,b1 wblr. .;
mittee for the aforementioned purpose. consented to, and advised. G.rutiet.jr., TallaJiaisce, or u the su'-scriber at furnis hed all the capital aDd paid all the debts of tale at a small adfance on es .. 0
Th H.<<'altthn till bu Joseph PETER W. GAUl'IEtbe! firm. T.MeCARTY. O. HAT.. E. LI DEmEJ1G P '
adjourned 11 .'clock tomorrow. Mr. Douglas, from tW Bank comnitttv, to whom wu -- Ju. S7, t li3i--w4 Jan I*, 1838 t3-,( ha. ,1R -e.-11-tf _
0
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I which may be imple.that groat and critn.u 1 i -- __l [I : ii. :: ., .
-- .1 .r : 1 I 1 1
FLORIDIAN eA m neglect on part of the Executive or'I NOTICE. Edward .kerraan Attaehmen-t : -- -I -
E 1 for WO nd
tlH Territory. Bt it therefor resolved, that J "r ILL be so'td at i.nblic nurtion on Saturday Tf- >ert issued by justice R. DR. E. BRYAN NOTICF

Q us the spnlimBnt expresstvl by the meeting of.! 'Yhe t. ntii or fei nt R. J Uarklry's) Auction LVi* JLv<'s"rd. ) J HackliyOudayof'.r7 Sarreou DeBtist. IS hereby given that t'
:'he 23d: mat. are hilt the language of r'f i i. th. c.ty ufTaUdIIIl. .iItyor seventy T c-: deendtntand all others interested are Member of the M 8oeic!y .of Sargeo i Dentists of taking of half a Inui.ioaoftloUars ol Stock
I ni. \ i the.Union Bank of Florida ',iIL be at
-ypBRu.ItY3,1838. I buhs ofColion, more .-r less, the pioperty Tcl-y uotified! of the institution of Said nil the City and State of New York n opened
,
'jJflCahIga :ity of our citizens, nnd we view with regret Drury Willian.s, dec'd. Terms rash. u by au.. .hmcnt and to appear and plead to said suit RESPECTFULEY offers his be following places on the Itfth day of this mOIl:J1,

Convenlion for the and painthat nnymiseonception should G15EFNH: : CHAIRES according 10 III,. es to the Ladies Gentlemen professional Tallahasaee aeryicu and the directions of the following persons and
purj,3ve TOM PLTF.R Jan 13 1838 o'remain open at Tallahassee for the space of CO
have arisen fioin the said resolution. CI1AIRKS. 23 3m its
vicinity and feels confident his
from
Government" in long expe- and at St
.niiWg a State Frb.3. I88 -26-2w -. days, Augustine and Jacksonville thirty
I h became law. The 2d Resolved, That it i it hid opinion of I AJm'rs ELECTION NOTICE. r tence in the mOlt difficult cases, during an extern d ays.
and a
idl haS passed this (hat our chief magistrate, ha LEn. SUPERIOR COURT. OTICE is si-e practice of mlDIlear- the City of N"York, Samuel Parkhill \
of St.f hereby that ajUlcctioo ,
iSTo;: meet at the city O.D aneelinl : N given, for a nd in various ; of his ability tonsure
rCfl tion of Uectambcr next. done 81 be had the power or means e!| Rk-hard I.y..rJ. Ptlinlil. j Couity officers to viu Clerk Sh rff' Con I their entire satisfaction. .' ; Ed. B. You, \ Io Tallahaxsee.

Ihe fist day effecting, in providing for and giving PrOleCOfl I j Thomas V Attachment. i.er uii'\.' nryl.r w.ll be held in Solid County on Incorruptible.porcelain, and Natural Teeth; inserted Tom Peter Chaires )
Jeflerson G Oefend3n ?d the
&ih
reen, onde.g
ti not only to our frontiers in Middle FftI j t ) day of February nut, at the iu the bcstmanaer, from a single tooth to an Jonepb B. Lancaster \
t;correct an error which we fell -uumpir. At.'achnient: Suoim!.d. resp I follow inf precincu,viz : s ntire IIt'LTeeh ,
\1" in relation to the defente or rid.i, but in West Florida l, and without any i fu r e.*WOO, lurnable to April term N A .v .' I.arks under the superintendence of G. extracted with iastriments coBttvacted Isaiah D. Hart, V Jackionville.
0**at tfrek. aid' in men or from the Gen-ral of saId court, l38. !*** r& "Criinsand, L. i. Madden. John Warren j
tIIattIC made money, % o n mnev aM mpr.iprijpt,.by which the dan- ,
' frontIt. It *erms promise I Government the Executive of Florid. with f I iljHK I defrndaniin siid etce, and all otherfc'.1 'JfiCC1'' store, Shell Po l. ndr the suji2rinteodcc.eeot" a ct obviated and the pain of the operation Abraham Du Pont
,
er&I! Jcsuji of placing the Georgia ,,1 inestid! will take iiulire of ihe in.ti'ution A. J.Fomsur, Edward C, Wal. I gre-t- ?. ,
,ein situation to guard! Middle Flor- ihe brave \olunteers, who came at his request s:id: s'ii. by attachment as af.resui.l. and they a.e o.. : ktr, and C. C. Ash. di'tiioishtd./ertctt-Jvdre Tr ihpermanently nlle n"Hk l with Thos gold. Edwin T. Jenks, J J) St. Augustine.Dauicl .

a ] conditional. The contingcn- 1 1I : \ have manfully and efficiently di'feii required to app, arnnd plead to the declaration fil.d At Blc cker's cross roads under the superintend- Blount, EMJ, L A C.meron.1u'I.Thompson, Esq. Thus. Blu S. Grin word,

I *5 i only \|. ed our Irontieiaas it was practicable, II sac: case arc.rding to the st-tute in such case I e are of Hamilton! Madison Tom Peter Cham, g ell, E q, R J Hackiey. Esq.N JOHN PARKfllLLCash.
which they were to be removed il fn:5 m. In.1 provi, .-d. ALLEN and John Kearney.At October 14 1837.
upon I UUVALt Specimens of Dr. B> and ,
I with the means ut workmanship,
occur, and a portion of them were ] F.b 3, 1838,-2C--3ui. Attorneys for Tallahassee under the superintendence of r any teat rooniaU of character ar.d
j. not j 3d Reso'.vid: Th.it it i is known to PI't. Scmuel II Duval ability, may THE following navies are tlie appraisers
. on the Suwannce, here they still'! many, Richard Shaffer and John Rea. bAt seen at his olike.CLadlt.will ap-
,ntJ Indian who made till' Lite .: at this meeting th-it n.ar one week pre louslo 1. AUCTION. Smith's Black Cr Tlc at- to
v I lLL4cs..ld Mtlie highest bi.Ider on Satard.iv iCe of James Hart, John Smith and Frederick scot d"nces.nOffice counties, secure subscription* to the extension of
the resolutions of the 2:1.1: inst. llint Govj
Upon Ille!' settlements, eluded the force 2J inst.>n i, 5 Urls Pork, 25 UrIs Flour. 50 Kgs I S :. i at Fisher's Holel.PUBLIC the stock of theUNION

d MlliKjiolnl. I j\\l i lcvlco'nniunication Call had authoui-ed l GCI.J.UlCI G.tds- L.nIL&.' & R. J. HACKLE I At Tatum's, under the superintendence of John BANK OF FLORIDA.

j op received Ly the Gon. \- en. lo iaie an vtlI.ivuit corps, permanently i'c Tutum, Famuel Saxon, ard Lionel Fletcher. SALE. County of St. Jtrhns.

leat that the I 110' defend the Irnntier, ol Mubil" Flotid.i q IOLL.4ilS nEW ARU.-I I wil1je At Stewart' Ferry under the superintendence a decree i-f the H n. the Jnd-e of the William LivinZ4ton, Frederick Weiden Simevn

.;frtwnl'apt. Bradley, we n : and had his (foriune to M 0 the a'xivc' reward for the of Il.iracc C. Withers Elijah: Johnson, and James UNDER Coort for the Middle District of Fl.-rds Sanchez, Joseph M Hernandez.! John M Fontane.
committed the late murders pledged puvale PiY apprehension 'V
ijjisfrho r were j' illi1s. i aid d crre of the Hon. the of County of Duval.!
: oi I a colored boy natmrl JUNE, antI his wife > Judge tI'eCou1ry '
'0J ov 'r thij Suwannee, where the trail the brave men "h<' might \IIltrcr in this I J1-/! TIT j4. wIi.\ > hire been absent frora At Parish's Store under the superintendenceof Court( ]>un, I shall have sold at pobliructioa Joseph B Lancaster;Wm B Ro.s, John Warren
;'j serviee. if the General 'G.Icr:1nl: or the. my Miles Blake Joseph Joyncr and Andrew l in of the J Dart, Josiah Gutes.
-ttd mid it was found impossible to pursue p ilatio'i in L on County, Lafayette Township b aya front court house in the city of '

' further. They were supposed bo i Territory of Florid.i, should nut pioridc fur : some MX' month* or /'ore. It is supposed tluy are lor.At fallahl"Me.oD I Monday the Pth day of February County uf Alachua.
4 Shehee', under the snperintence John Hari neub. ext at twelve o'clock all the riht title B M Dell 1'hos Cold Samuel Cotton
their compensation. in lie nCIghb thoM of Col. Bellamy's, J. flersonc e'aim and mi, Piles jr., -
,iV one' in ihc party, as that number of I. f4ul. ills y, as thy hiveb'A seen there It n Manning, and John H. St. lte. i merest oi Wm. B. Nottall, dec'd, and his heirll.to Rowles,Jesse Manly.

t/ras found in one of their descried Resolved{ Th.it we have undimiu- I June i is alinut 33 years u' are, rather recently. At Cromarl 'a under the sa rilltf'II6e.ce of' A. seuMu-.s: 26. 35, and 90, ot Township: one, range County (Columbia.

1p5Th report of the engagement of ; i hed confidrnce in the virtue, capaeily. en. I II I I HH "ife i13t y. ars of A:", ratli r tnt tout built.likely.The Groinaru-At Bannermau, and J. L. Virkers. o ne north and e.ist. Terms. two-third cash the Seaborn Ross, Jacob Summ-rlin, James Knee-

T.\i'lson's troops in the neighborhoo l of iTjy, and ability of Guv.'. Call, to nl-ove rc\\a.d will lie paid to any pehOho will Magnolia, under the 1I1I1|. rint ndence of B. esiJue in payments of on and two years with in lack, James Livinvbton Robert Brow n.
prftl'c Win. J.
and : del v r in Tall .Jiass. i or at illplin'ati'n of id 1.u'erber Byrd, Bailey, and John Hamlip.JiveD trest. MARY[ N. l' UTTALL County nfHamiUou
j guard frontier- and that done j
, is also conj lI1l'd. our he has -inder
\fhitc ; hand TaiUliavv 'his,
at 1st Adninistratm ,
my Wm.
of B. dec'J.
'I s iln- nboie d-s and w .; behe.vc he will do all that vvilh his I negroe They day of January IfcGH. L. A. THOMPSON ,
Jan. SO ISaS.
24-5w
; I I. \el e p "vli ised uf Co!U l.ntier, H iCl1lowl. in the W. Law, Archibald Jf-Kae. Wm Huntertfenr, ,
\e arc informed, that about two weeks 1 1a limited mean, any Ilal; e m accomplish., wi I I.er.f It C T. F. 41t. Jan.-20l83-24-vI J. C. C. L.C. James Duncan, John L. Sie .art, SolomonHall..

'I detachment. of General Nelson's I 5th. Resolved, Th.it the df'av' i et flheS1cret.iry t *- Fd>. 3. .iS-26tf -- _ _ PUBLIC AUCTION. County of Ma JUnii.

FOR SALE. n.\ \ S tram the date hereof, (Mon John Miller, John C McGehee H S Linton.R J
ncit% had an engagement with a p 'rly of of War, t lo b.ut iho Florida | I AN UVEUSHKK THIRTY ,
U
IW"I.i ANTED..I' 19th of I shall Mays Samuel B Richardson.
Fort White and who ndere, J I II broke nortlurn h-"o110 n Bupey dUI February next,)
ians between Clay Landl l pud, ere ( 11111 0crvire I : 'n -: uuc ril er wishe. t. en;ige nn OVER- A. Inch lasbetn in but ih En-, e ipoe for s.ile at public auction to the hignest County of Jefferson.
use a irt
I time.
in which four Indians were killed, and f this office ..i-ider, at th" rourt hoD door inlhe elt) of Tallaia F McRae, M..SCS :iIj.i, James M Scott, Wm Liv

:nibcr supposed to have) been wounded, | to Ihe ,I fence of our country, and I I e ntM.lv. t" biiii .tt his r S den':. it JelT r'un co.nuy. J n. Oo. IH3H-04-.r. .s. e. the Ilown t.acts and parcels of I.nd. to i ingston, Paul Uimer L. M. Gold-borough. E.
I' K"BERT GAMBLK.Jun'r. .t: The weat hall 01 ihe tOoth.west quarter of Carrington CaKell. tb-nezer Wm Black
>.ore carried ofl" The whites lost two | Cutinot l 11 juMili d.I.j Folaom
?
Frb 3,18 G- { ew Confectionary.F.SSUrt. eclion 15 the east haifi'f the iv'rth-wesi burn James A G off
.1 ; John
I & quartert B.Collins \\ alker C.
-d l and two woun (',! Five Indian prisj I Win. P. L. A. 11-\ VlS ,
j UI\.II Joseph Crnskey, hip one rage two, north tf Snith. James Tucker.

were taken, three squaws and two war- I j'Thomson I Iai Llill. R. Y. \t'II lrll, FOU HLTI..\0 I E. sa.e, ncen'ly imported, and all of the first quality: east; the west half of the south-east quarter of County of Leon.

,. The warriors subs qUl.ntly made j Koheil LV.OII, R'ttiert' Kr, Allred Ev.ins. I 'I II regular! packet brig EDWIN, Sail IJ Oil, Sq< etion 15, and the cast haf: of the souih-west, David C Wilson,Jas F Trotter, Thos Moore,
C iptain Speigh will sail f.r the abovepon CloVtS, |U. rter of secttm 15, t..wnsnip onf, twa, W Daniel
range Kenneth
that i S.iinutl ureo Wm. IliLiard
The ,
: ; Tiger- ll'-ul G. IC Samuel 1 S. I I Bembry ,
:escape. MI"aws say about
W.ake Capers
Ih.
18Ji inM. iorth and
For passage easL Sold by an order and decree of the Wm.
HOD I ilk side i,) the Suwannee committing ; '?illlcJ, Richird .1\1 1 ward, R. G. Wellford, I II apply to the Capt on board at Si Marksor Mushroom 1 ? Catsup, Ion. the County Court of Leon Ccua.y' fur the Copeland.County of Gadstlen.

,..ilit1lIs. His fotve could not be asrcr- J. I U.) Bull, \\ m don, T. R. IMOn, II.IF. to the undersigned in Tal'ahaosec.)!' Lcm- Syrup, b enent of the heirs and creditors of the elute of D L Kenan, John \fc Iilen, Georze WBruton

.J, :.s the! Indians refused to j"i\eany furI I >' C4iIa'id, U. G. MeLean. Iiaic W.Ml'rhcll I T. R, liclTTON, Consignee.i as-berry; Vinegar, he late Ja-ncs Lemon deceased. Terms made AnJrew Johnson, T P Randolph. Thomas Mu&ror -,
Fd t 1 :1
-hv: Rispbtrry Syrup, the day of sdle. order of the AdminIStrator
cnown on
iiifoniMti n." The above is not oflici.d, j j jfnmi Win. Le-ter- R. l Cuipenter, H..J. -------- Hninins, and Administratrix By of James Lemon- Joshua McDjniel V m. O. Kenan A. II. Lanier -
the from which it obj' ( *> COTJR T. Candles. ,I Neil Blounly, Jar U. Wilon. Gco. Lain',
source was hIarkkyV.. B. lall", \\ M. U. ,M.jilolph. I.EO.Cl7r n'EIIU Sperm dece.ist-d. ). J. HACKLE, Anct'r.. John Bull, J. R. Freeman.

ed, tvc believe is entitled to credit. j jU < 1) :S. W.ilker, E-gb-b. R.ilu. II chard Hayward, } tv)coa Nuts, Jiii.:), It13824 -5w .Jackson.
Cftunty
v,.. \ In [-0 liijcs fine Scotch [Itrnngs.
----- W.: \NilIi.iniMirciH:: : .\. Armi-tead.
ta mectinc Jackson Lodge, No. I. \Vilii.ini..Tohu G.( Gamble, I 1). ]L. EvanW. -', I nppiarn K Lu thc satibfa-titm of the Court that COUNSELLOR Peter Simmon-, 5.imucl C Btilamy, Jacob Robinson -

at their Lodge Room in the city of Talcecon H. Biodie, j F. Eppe II. \V. liiuden' I IT".* de'! ii'Iauit Th"tra fTerson Cleen. IN pot NOTICB.ALL tf JtTTORA'EY AT. LAW,, Wm.Mc>'ealy. Joseph Ruvs, D. Piilmac.Cwunty .

I in'i.iliii.uit' } f-he United State of Nor h Amer- persons having demand again*; the es- TALLAHASSEE:, FLORIDA. ot Franklin.
. the 1st instant for the; ofDC :.M. J. Allen J. homas EstonHandoljth i al
potposc Illtolf.h, ,, of UI.arh regularly attend to lulliae-s i in the Wm G Porter TOrm.in// Simmons P W
I ic 1-11 iZ"1't i the rmvii ,.f 'I'ex- iii n.ackl Hill be pliaaid to pteeui WILL t ,
, the last tril.ute nf respect to the memof WH. : ", Robert IJ (,11I I I"S it i.n.drr'lll(I l y the C"url.:t.I.r that it the -aid ilei s them immediate ly toROBERT ef Ap. as! and the Superior Courtsof I tI Gautier, a l'., Wm M Ro. leu

Col. James W. Exum, deceased, the h land, John S. Sl.eji.ird, Samuel 1ii : i h 'ant Tlima.J. tfeia 'n Gie'n l"ts not apper| RAYMOND REID Leon Gadsdt, Jackson, and Fr mklm C"on- County ol JFashingtoti.Wm : .

nine preamble and resolutions were Kerr, T. McCtuiy.IMPOUTANT. ali I a \er ihe bill of (complaint fled by sail R ch- or CHARLES .\ USIlN.Jan. ies.. He will bt found at his olfce on ih! hundred L M Loftin,Josepn Cr-sky JTdshnston Tabor

-tirnoudy passed.THERE I II j.0I\ud 0" 'ir l"clbie ihe third tay! ihenexl 27, lS33.--2 root s'reet Ea't of the Court Hoi e Square near Wiley Jones, James Bright Joi.ah Jones, Henry -
of this ,. t.ohia re.sidL-nce: unless absent f.n professional busi- Clarke.
tf b
Iii
\ "er r.nitt, to held in lie city
, i*, it Ins pleased the supreme Area FROM TEXAS. of I Tallahassee. >n tie, Territxy of Fl- rida the Nonce.irTTVS tlnP.S8.De County IFalton.

of the Universe! to call from the l.i- I HOUSTON, (Texas) Dec. ti5.We same will be taken as r(,nf.ss d, aid the decree ordered by the B..ard of Directors of the 30, 1817. 21-.tf James L M'Kenan'H J Rar.isey, DanI McLeodN

,of our Iraternity our brother this wit hI' eat red : a'-cordm Ii :tie JL Uni"n Bank..f Florida, that the subscribers H Mitchell, Neil McLellan.
worthy day to our subscriber. jicamsthi-n ;: ) piaycr :
a'
I present I .fiJ l II of i 10 the nw ktock in aiJ bank, b; requested to nle SUB>CRIBEU! the general Ant nf
, ( THE of Encambia.
rtimpla nt orJerof ihe Jud. County
By
, \V. Exum P.ist GranrJ I I ,
Mister the
i iFxtra
s : Cbrstnla. gift, in the form of a Telegiaph : THOS I I I heir ap.iraivint-nts and titles in bank oi or before; APALALHtCOLA LAND C >M- Jackson Mort'-n Willi John M

id Loilgi1 of Florid.i ; in whose decease although, to most of our patrons TlltasU.ndal By L. \V. D.STONK.DtpCTk.II UUVAL.lI'k. t he first day I.f Marrh next, or in d. fa.ut! thereof: Pt\ Y.'IJI open an office in tlierjtv of AfH lachicola Thomas M Blount, F George J Cummyns,<,Henr; Ahrens Hunt,
: Jrivc with irreiliie P. ? .InmV.m t heir subscriptions tn said stock wi.l I be null and I i for the sals ot the LUTS and"LANDS be-
(ihlyilie fraternity met an unexpected, we are confident will not be I 1 IS**- '; Henry Hyer, Timothy Fortchrll Jas Forsyih.
oid. I on to th! and for the transaction of
Company
J< )IJN L'ARK hILL Ca.Iiier. ;ing
i KIN but the widow the the of Nassau.
orphan. t and however different it County
unacceptable ; business leiaiin Extensive
maybe A I JMJNIS'I'RATUR'S I SA LE.GREABLY Jan 27, IfttS.-25"f any thereto. survey
fi'el ordr of
10 an
bnd. received at his hands! the charities, proud in reflecting on the of joy 1 II I Leono"niy will be thfC'innty osed to a'e court' NOTICE. ation conrerning the Lanes already surveyed or inbotham James J Cooper, V. m Franks.
tUtll1 li1 exj at of Dade.
1t1.lo\'t'r11uwinC'. In all the lelaticns I oftwtli r it i will IW.kl1 in the the brave. I pl \endue n SaiunUy th--3d day of March at A LL persons are hereby trrworned and can5L explored. may l-e .biained by application I' nt mAjaUhicoia County
( / 1 .6. uond from trading f'rlo a.tes given by : or 0ir.. JOStPtI BROWN a t County ol Hillsborough.A .
, piivate and public, the coodncss ofIifart I TO ARMS TO ARMS I ihirtMdeoc.- B H.Mu'Tny. thr full.wn gtinct-, 9ts.l.
me to John and James bitter as ih y have failed I Tallo\hlssce. 1110 ho is antnorizdt receive (rop(' 1ls

was preeminent : He li\ed for oth- I Capt Rodriguez has just arrived in this I j I of s-c!la1"/'III.i!, \ 17t ty five, to t hah.n.h'p of two no-th, range east iwii quarter, noith of t OC'IIIII| ly 11Io tilt a mnteiial consideration for which> I and is predared R give descriptions of much of County ofMusqtiitto.County .

,and nut fur himself, ; as many a widow) ciiy : lie states tllat on the morning of the I 1[I In.1 l east ; \\'e.r| lulf-.f th.S.iuth east f f"id noirs ere KID, and 1 saI: not pay tile same ibe property. Applica-Jon; may also be made to Munroe.
: '! quarter ( n.ttr'.s i-ompetlid by law. The s.nd n''rcs ae Juhn Camochan a: Ciumcy. FA Brown C .M l -llvJ A !
Tliouron
, Geerga
but he, has ,
orphan "lIulllj"'li\j ; guneJlhattlllflle : 20th, about nine o'clock, a heavy: firing of : sei-i-!' n twnty-sii, wnshtp two, range t>\<\ n->rthJ I .
m nud |>-ivabe! one on the hn d.ly..f lanuary 18- JOS. DELAFIKLD. E irsver Alxandpr I'altp.r I'n.
from, whence traveller J: "1.d loinii'g I iIitanils I of Brai' anil Go ,
no re- musketry was heaid; in thin of Conception i 1 (.If' | en !.s.i :r 19 and the ttiero-i the fir d. I83S23 3m
Ilin'clill < tf <> >t .y >f January 1810. Apal chico's.Jan.13. This advertisement wiU! l he sufficient amhr>rity for
t bci-elit
I I <.I.I| r t'.e of the ot the ol .
is"iitvl a< i is rarely th 5 case with the )best I I cf'uirorl Mt.le The fi'II. is .'
and in..tlt.fl'l wards! a large hoI 1 IL lot GOO, and the other for the same ih- Ir'p.serl: and o'hers act.

IQS nllt left an enemy behind. I IBe dv) of .%JI.i.1 I \. chained the: pa it I I n Mun.ty. U'M. S MURRAY Ad'mr. a.i.oun-. J ruN GRAVES.Mo TIN WARE. The appraiser* will pea! stjte in their return,
npun ..tiell., Js-,. 27, 1931.-: }S1. t O'8Cri,r tK1 whether the lands of the
eowtinwo tat 2d
it therefore unanimously Resolved asstimonyofour of liexar near the public Colonels F1h3 I 18J8-26-5w TIre tertrrr fO man they appraise are ,
square. I I --' -_ _ _ of Tin Ifjre. and will at all limes or 3d qoili'y. -
- respect forthe nvmory of I j Karnes and Wells immediately, collected their I -- of Northern Pota'o--.s. lor.: CONFECIIONAIIY.1rsits. have on hand a enerl\ll8JOrtm..t, either at wh..leI'ale Any three of the arpraisers will be competent to

deceased brother, hat the btethren will I soldi'1) into a body amounting lo about a I. Orcs> H. J. HACK LEY. : DAVIES & KI.NDONS offer fur or retail, on as reasonable terms as can be sold j act.
die/ inl of for there Q K: '. ) 1' cube fir't quality in b..tiles. !in any Southern market cdivpraMe at JOHN PJRKHILL
rr u> : badge mourning : hundred and tWt'ltICI, and) received them 6\ I my s'ore Cashier.
. -- Pepp. rs d.t in TallahaMiee. WM H FRANCIS.P. October IS, li-3T.
nmnineiv d lIV'
with determined, Just the !
ci uirie. cnm- COTTON BICOKERAGE Salad Oil doPickl.s
II .
I : Having now an experienced workman I All the pursers in Florida will publish the above
DC it further resolved: That: that the above bat commenced, he, wa <'evp.ilched by Karns And ( ollmh lon Merchant. do al! articles will be made to order in the above line!, for one month, and send hcir accounts to the Dank

mile, and resolution be published: in the to procure a horse in order to convey des -- \ lIE suiisi,i'" r wouM inform hi t IricmS! an,1>l fan.liepIrish Irom the Factory. and all J.b work dnn without delay either in the fur collec'ion. ll-lm
I f iu eneial) P.ISTV omit kinds furnished :ur parties. tin ware or sheet iron business. W. II. F-
Kpapoisoftlii city patches to houston.VIuile he was thus en > 11.1 I'utilir that he has rom'lene,1 l ltlei.usi..essofC
:
1 Jan. >. 18 M-24-if. Jan. 6, f&. 2if St. Andrews and Cbipela Canal and
l A. THOMPSON W. M. the surrounded ci- JOS BROK U. and Com- -
j caged, ) entirely the j .
I enemy Rail Road
I Company.
mi.iu'l r.rrh Lit, in the city ofNcw York, nnd i NOTICE.Samuel
Vnr II. MICH int., 1St'c'v. j ty, and heavy firinc, :; appeared to he.c'pt upI I 1 now (.r'r d tr,.ceiv" O ttun. aiid oll.r prollr,! RICHARD G. WELLFORD, NOTICE is hereby given, that the annual

-- --- I in aUlart. ot the place! : I he could distinctly into nd.I lor this irurke:, whicMie! will il!>sHie ol; H. Duval, Complainant 3ag.iinst Attorney and Counsellor at Law, meetingef the stockholders trill be held at Tul

Thursday February Kt 1S3S. I Ir tWe field pieces of the Mexicans '; < n coniniiss.on, and fla'lrt' ?, hmiM-lf, tllt from l-"'f r Robert A. Forsyth, Defendant. )> In Chancery. TALLAHASSEE, FLOUPA, basset on the first Monday in February next,

iii! session of the Court of for the the Ho a cpia nuance in the North, rnan I S'uthet markets attend business in the (5th) for the of officers far the
Apjcals r near public square ; attempted to jretin t t h. -nmbl'd II( api earing to the snti-iacti-.n of the Court WILL regularly lo purpose electing

rhory of Florida, continued and held atitityof to receive the despatches: from Kaines, asunv, Ih.11< ] 'lispos I to io t give "ali tl.ti"n. not oiilv to IIh ioI I thai Hubert A. Forsyth is nit an inhabitant of ihitTerritory of Appeals, and in the Sooe.iorC..urtsf ( ensuing year, and fbi Ihe transaction of anyottoer

Tallahassee on Thursday the 1st but being unable to do this. Ill wait.d until I I i the!: sue ot t.eir c IIII'llli.e tre in.e lm' nt oiany hut ins in some of ihe United Statea.li Leon, Gadsdenand Jefferson Counties. business which may 1 legally come before
pr..ule Office N. E Corner and Monroe
I II. is thi refore d<'creed and ordered that unlesa he Mt'arty sts. them. RICHARD H. LONG
or FcLrur) .\. I). IS33.iitlie 3 o'clock in the afternoon, to learn the event part of p10ccd'. iln.-v inn v order or d r,1 h're and the bill J.. 6, I83. 5rJ-tf ,
F. \VI app annwer complainant. on 6, 1833.-22-td President.
court was about to a journ.Ir.. of the contest ; but tile firing still continued 1 I. J No.60VutH:, Sirert, or before the first Mo!!ay in M IY next, the same NOTICE.

X1.ac? announced the death of James W. even at that time, he concluded to set out and New York. ill be lakt-n for C'>ne! ,seJ against him, and the NEW DRUG STOltK.

;*, Esq laic: marshal of the Westernfcictof I convey the intelligence to this place. Before: I krItnEscr.5. mat furthei rrs ordered there" and dt-crced decreid arrordinply.thai this order And of it is IS hereby o.' the given Apalnchic-la, that JOSEPH Land B. BROWN.agent Company, THE subscribers have formed a co-partnersh.c

Florida, anal) at the time of his III left the city, the enemy had brought up 1 \V WILLIAMS t TllWuissee, lc:11; ion l he piiiited! wc kly in tome of I the public putt- will attend at Q.ninry on Frid.iys and Saturdays I' in the iJru? business under the firm 01

'i member of the Legislative Council of their two c cannon and commenced dischary h"L. hElL), ) (;es1!iiu|>ers of tins Turrit .ry fjr four tnonthi. and at rallahu. e. during the J first days of the Waddel, Randolph, & Lewis.
.
I I JAS I"I.! kC Cluinry.r 'Jerte TlIO H. week to such proposals ds may be .nad either They have just received and now offer for sale
UUVAL.Clelk.Dc
"Tirr'miry, lUllIlo\'(( ih.it the, following i.r:r them upon the qiMiter occupied by our j B. ;.. M'.niic-.
COI.LS 21 185. 20 for rent or sVe ot Lands belonging' to the Company one door north of Mr Birge clothing esablishnient
4m
(Copy.) -
"stm-Jon ihe, riiinulcs! of the Court : [ troops; he could) distinctly'hear our soldiers I \\. .1. H w.n. :1 a/.I<, on Forbes' Purchav. .fF' !lit'ltlion. made 10 on Monroe street. a gen -aal oriment o

Ls31 red, That the members of this courtxici'iy t| huz/a at each discharge, as if in defiance; and: I \ILUAI. G l'RTIR. "palnchic.l CITY STABLES, him ir. person or otherwise, in ftn-ncy at "'ithers'HOld. FRESH: ''RUGS, MEDICINES, P.JIN IS, .td

* |! deplore the death of J dines W'. j exultation : He therefore infers that they oct: CRAIG Feb. ,3 IIA IIH ns.. (Formerly Peter Robertson's. and ill Tallahassee at the office of Thomas OIL, together with a variety of Perfu;cij ana
E 26ly. Baltzel! E the Court house
q. near Square, wi m! talkies 'Jie
fancy fr ioilei
iI1IIEsq.just announced, and tender to the! I a strong position states that longr .
, I copied le -- (1.11 WM'g rul s and reguati! ma an adop receive prompt Utention.Dec. .111 d.

I'k1 Iud J relatives of the deceased, [ after hl lef even until he (.>uld hClr I NO rIC} THE for the government ol tile above tal>le* 30, I8.\. 21-tf merchants 01 rs, will in>m be PnyMcians'lantrrs thankfully! ( received a and>;d country lai.h-

Idt'St'J'm pa I I I iI's. i the roar of the cannon. The firing"n ALL neisons indebted to Joel Walker, l.Ue o it .m-l will l-e strictly observed ; it is hoped they will; fully attended to li-tf

,*oM! That in the death of Mr. \ : near Conception had ceased IIor lit left :: I I ffrson. runty, diceas-il l, are re ;I r..iiiiforwnid' an.1 l make immediate piymsnt at 0 derstatiiIin virtue ot a tax execution issued by me a:s J.I
J.RANDOLPH.
wnntry has lost one of its most. zealous there were only forty of our soldiers engaged I'h"s,' having demands against Sdid dfCeabed WIll The l lure of Hack and four, $15 00 per aA\ BY collector for Jefferson County in the B C. LEWIS

I cPadtr:f)1 a faithful patriot, a vigilant and j in that quarter. I He I thinks they were either i,resent ilxm in erms 1'1 the law. 1 lark and pair, 7 50 ct Middle District of Florida. I shall expose to public _

ta"us public ofiiC'r.1nd society an ami-IiI j captured; or retired down the river-The ci- JESSE WALKER, Adm'r Sulky and horse, :3 50 sale in I.e! town of Monlicello, Jefferson Count)r. WATC 11 ES, JEWELRY &r.THU .

"lrtUItJS and) honest who for IliI isI.ss ([ tizcns ofBexar had received no Jan. 27, 1833-25w4 Single y/orse. i 2! 00 M on the first day of April next one tract or parcel l sul criber has on hind a handsome sop-
man
previously
l di do per week, 7 80 of land situiied in said County, numbers unknown of the ub-oe articles, which he will sell nn
i and benevolence few equals, and I| notice of this attack, as all .heir spies, except NOTICE.. //ore at Livery, per In'-n'h. 25 00 levied upon as the property of Iwis & /i'len.snc his usual terms. He ha in his employ two
experienced
I z IQ the various relations of life public, ', one or two, who reached the city only a few | is5 IX months after the date liTCf'f, I .slmll lppl}' do do 1 25 pi day to be sold to pay taxes due the Territory and watch makers and he assures the public

lZf, foeial and domestic, it is bel'.eved: !, moments before the Mexicans, were rapluredb !' to i he Jndc" o'the County Court ol Lenn County r Sinl l A ed. 63 cents County aforesaid: Amount of taxes, nine dollars he will spare no pains to have their work duDe
1 Kl'MJda tobeili"char < il from all furtlitr duiu-s a. All horses lined must bepnid for in advance anICSK and seventy five cents besides cost. promptly a"d in the b-st manner.
superiors in the exercise of the This be
LIO especially
L enemy. intelligen'e ma) rc- i Administrator nl Z IChSI lair C. F Tt, dereai-cl I Ii. the |'erin has nn account wI'h the st.'bls.Nohor W. CSMITH, Mr. B. -Vetc.ilf has resumed the Gun Smith business
'r.lOblf) duties of charity and) benevolencesolved. I IlitI) 01.'c forbear comment i mil furtHor which l Ii-tu.'IB of A,'intMisiniiioiirrre ran ed ton:i e ilehveicd wuhoni, an order from the Tax Collector Jefferson County in my back shop and will he happy to attend

That his honor Judge Cameron, ; intelligence shall ha\'P been received. i i by the Judge of I ih-; !..id County Court of Lf on. owner "r to h.s known servant. Jan. i, 183$. 2i-if to any jobs in that

'Thomas RI. Blount Esq. be a committee only fellow citizens ri I I :. G. BE KLO r. Sm king in the Ma bins is entirrly forbid- Tb I.< line.FREDERICK TOWLE.Jan. .
wi say prepare your I Jan 27. l85rnffii'Vm b.jshtneni will Lei-lu'd I.t 10 o'clock. Pili FOR LIVERPOOL.
Let nnd confer with 6, 1S33. 2'2-ifNOTlCfc.
committees of the for
this lias mark .
f's ; probably encasement; : P. Puv.il i is suns 'i,1 I nlt-ase clo. the ; The At.ICri: is _
!
Evq rny ato: n"y, and rnieiiDg c fraie. Brig Knapp, mnnler
nic "
and of
the ( "
Society Legislative oul i- I'tKUL on the walls! of Mexico. I j-er-ons having any I u.i ini'b s \ jib the vs air-, n il It c A NO"\" & RUSsKL, Proprietor now n ci irmt; ca.gn, and will! sail will .

?hui\ff to the necessaiy arrantrementH for \ -3-. c I I on luiii S. G B Jan. 6, 183! *' Wral' I of the deceased ROBERT LYON. Jame Watson, late of Jackson County
l vjvcd .1 I MARINE ITEr.I.I( ENCE.I Apalacliicola Land Company, I s.L 1By ;. deceased are requested to present them within the
That this mark) of
court as a rc- De 1837. 20 tf
* I POUT -T. .M I \UK.. SALE: .' JL'CTIO.V. VItTl'Eand! m par'-uancoofa writ officr lime I.r.el'ril..ed by law, or this notice will be plead
tothc memory of the lamented deceased I UJ I issuid I.U'< nllhe i Superior C"utt of tin in bar of their recovery. The claims can be pre-
a j ; -. Sdi-on' "II 11I I E TRUSTEES( and T-inctors: If thcabovCfunpaiiy NEW GOODS.
!Harriet ;
AUllV.D-Jn Louisa
j'u-n and) attend his funeral.) I 9 Jl iie iVlindie! District of Hot ida fir Leon County, i ii sented to my agent Allen H. Bosh. Those indebted
Ap > notie'ihat
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clarl.I; hercliy : a plJl..lc receivd from New York general
a aa-
It\'d J That these be rnllh.. winch Hiiiivnini; &. C>. are plaintiffs, Itn.1 l Wm. BSlicit JUST ti said estate are requested to make imme-
resolutions pub- Bug .'iwi'', Spetj; 'I. Tampa Hav; nil If ildchic, will lah de'end I \ of DRY GOODS, consisting of the date nt to him.CAROLINE.
I lIocl> a copy; thereof transmitted to the J >n 30-Sc'.ooii. r A-i-eih\, |.t c"ml h. Tn'I'pa.; puce there on the ..e.ond'ednesJuy, bein;r th L. i.n for sale int, have levied upon and will eijiise principal article* in that line Also a lot of paym. W. WATSON, Ad'mrx.
) vrndur the b
J'Juf' ihe deceased. 3lS.emer N.'\Castle, \Vson.! N i' loui'eenih, dav' ol" Mardi next, uncli-r the dire tic al public io highest dds Ready made Clothing,
(1..I ; at the Court House in 1'ulldhasse; on Saturday Ma ria itna, Dec. 29, 137. 22-2mIXOTICE.
.c 8. hlOle, Mai as<-, Haw k", New ; ol Joseph Dtlnfie'd: L'vj., the Agent of the Com tlie.! Hats Ca1s| i... ifc. which the IUbscJ ilJer offers _
THUS. II. DUVAL, ClTc. IVbS 3d day {March next, in legal' hJUfS. th* following -
SchrMe-iiniicoik. % .
.
CIi.trstoii) : low for cash credii.
\(; ; piny.The or approved .
viz
Bri Billow LawrencNr. is also! nuthoiisrd to sell property : Lot No. I. Tract S'X. :3Township ,
Yak agent lit priule WM. H. FRANCIS.
\ ; weeks after dale I stmll apply to the Hon.
; : 1. Rate I I. N. and \V. containing 80
,
i[:Fen Tilt FroRroiAN.] I'ASSI-NGERS bilc, that | art of ih- C'>mpi titles of tIe Railroad! b"wcen Tatlahavoe:
PUBLIC MEETING. Fcr Strani Packet New Cas le, CM': rT WjNon 1 ,. ,ks ninl nlso the land, the and SM it Tountliip; I, Range I, N. and VV., containing K!9 LAND FOR SALE. adminzstr Ition on the tsl.lte of lizioeth aDd Nancy -
lying on OckWknnhii1
ita from New Orieans vi.. P n..Iul.I. an-l s-i. Jo-ef'li ; ) 44-K'O acres. Chupm.in deceased, late of said county.
'public meeting held in TilUhaisee. Li,Lie rivirio 511 It quintine as way bngied will sell my irnct of Land n>n isting of 3'2 0
JOHN
Jacob Poison, T.:1 I Lewjs, jifr L,tried and to be sold! thr ( I HOGANS.
tht B.lar.J. upon as o .
property
f citizens and others t residing in till Mit.-l.cll, E. I lane I ) Call., .I lr. Il .we LIMfl. AIo. any other tiacs: which ma) said dulVnd-tni, lo satisfy said writ according to I"w.I I acres, 170 in a high state of cu'tirati': with Dec. 30. 137. 1-6W'

_1y or Leon, on the 29th d y of J ('(pl. Bradley, .Ilnll$ Keith Anion T.,ylorV.: be wanlcf!. A company of Surveyors ore nowe.ployed Terms, tush-:iobe paid in specie. good gin house, and screw, a snffH'ncy ol negro CAUTION.
Inu" said the
in lading out tracts cabins and provisions enough to supply Jllan"ratioo
ta
preparatory .0 ,
'
l38 J. W. Cott'n ,Mr.
W. Mitch-11 Hu-sdin-ion (,. SAMUEL
for 11. DUVAL Marshal
the of ,
purpose considering bale.Tl the first year. The land is situJied 8 miles persons are cautioned against receiving a
.1ii ( lulion adopted by portion of H. Pa sons, Capu Gotham, MDudley, James e tcrnit of the pub'ic sale will be one fnincash Lb Jan. 1C, I83M-7w t3JIar- from Tallahassee, on the Mtrasukee road adjoining I. ALL note of the denomination of 1100
Gn M"S< i C. M Cain and ten
:'"riitzcns, rccidcnl in Tallahassee Deck ei.leif :nllh, J1 or approved drafts nt l>0 days on one of the LAND FOR SALE. Mr Lorimer arid others. Immediate PO"- drawn payable to the order of Cits.' And re' w..and
: {'as1ngerS. norihern hits. Th* l>aanre! in three equal annunl sun will be given. For terms arpylB! Dnvsl and by him assigned to the order of Lieut. L. f3. Big.
23d inntant. after due inquiry and .- 0 p ly nienib with intereat ; and when laid puym ntaie : A .alual.lf' .- of OAK and HICrC 'RY land: llu'Cin ToUahassee. B. A. CHAPPEL- land the "n tier of tile bill is not recoJJ
OlI1nfl. the.(..lo"inl resoluiionn, were f UUI: Steam W I t.n, coinpleteil a cleir title will be given by th: '1'.-... ..uin: oC': acre, lyin. on LaFayttte'sTownihip Jan. 6, !8Ja 2i-tf Said bill was stolen from the subirriber but as my
ed IIY will Jew Cnst. C.II't 'rlut.s.LitIiograIieI. within four mute of Tallalia see Pet name is not npoo the bill, it will not be paid nn
Duval and subsrrib St. via St
Governor leave of the and II"#" **! a. to purchase can view fb sa>r-e ly aiw'jfafio' CLJtRlv'S < FFICE, LEON SUP. COURT, less forged. Tea liars reward will 1 3 paid f.
rill of Ian
J the Jcsepb end I'ensacola. mare tract id
Lb
on to-morrow.
undersigned riiiz-'ns. Fe.3AKE < mbia< iitg a million and a half of acres, b v p1' JOHN JUDGE. Middle district Florida Jan. 6, I84 I. the bill. icturued to L. O. RA6Jan. :

I real, a the re olulions, passed I:y the obtained nl the oftins of the Dire etors' in the may fit) Jan! 13, 18.1e.-iJ-3w Samuel Hale, Complainant, ) 13, 1 838.-i36w

hr.?, ht1 at the court house on the \ PATJCULA-U7'/CE.-The uf New York and at Apalachic 'LERi'S OFFICE LEON SUP. COURT, vs. > In Chancery. CAUTION.

c by some individuals, mny probably I Mi. .t i Helce on Mkrsll.ub For irtlur pirticnlam. apply to TEomasBaItz:1I MID: I IST. OF FLORIDA JAN. 6, I8J3.liza Slaughter, Labuzan & others, ) stolen, on Wednesday the JOth De
r'ne kie Le.n CountyFloiii'a! on \'ell/e"day ihe 14ihofFfbruxry Tallahasseeor, Uiiara Nuurse, .ipalachicnU. Ovcrstree', Complainant ) defendaats.IT LOST.or
public wind 1837 three
with Ih evidence that the promissory notes One
regard to l I( '05t'nll JIll l| his LOUIS .\ cLANE In appearing by satisfactory ,

Vt'1 d *', Rod ,xerion. of Governor ,oii ISlil{: of1t.r", U">ike%p Su iHiablpropery. Chancery ( Labuzmj, and others. together riven by Charles C. Ash, for sixty t'fmere two dollars and
Lull with the u.known heirs of Augustine Slaughter I- fifty : \, payable to Joseph ; one emn
,: in n and guarding 1'I. ( and hitdi.Furuituir..' kcNine JOS. Al. WHITE, T appearing by satisfactory evidence, that Wet Wiiliam Campbell and Elizabeth Campbell .'
refrl. inhabitants of this Territory by or
will be sold in l tvor of Trustees. A iLOveuslreeLtize is not inhabitant deceased, are not ,
A. defendant
IteI.a an
at.'oinst in Negroes
iduou l'UilHand ry
and .
de but reside in of the United StateS, it is ordered sixty dollars, payable toStephen Bryan ; one pvtn
W. Tindewell. Terms : LEWIS CURTI President of the) Board .! some
t r libcial, and of this Territory, but resides a the Stat for fifteen dun",
.dl.lf our nnd the raid defendants do here on or I by Stephen Bryan payable to
;_ that appear
? savage enemy known on the day of sale. of Directors. Gr-orpia, it is ordeied that the said defendant do Ulmore. This i. to caution all
'uattiug, that l "id: meeting 610C!- A1.W.CHR1STMAN. The following pipers will"please jpublish t< e api-ear here on vr U fore the IMh day o? May nut before the 15th day of May next will end l b answer t kcn ,tneComplainants for (Joeefls iJVrhaaing said note as payment baa per been ocaTOJB
; bill, of the lame *
; ho steps bad BEEN TAKER to op- Fcb.3,18I826-2w 8>>ove ihne times a week inside, until 7th March, and answer thecomplaitiant'sbiII, or the same will ro"e.ainlt them, and the matters and things stpp-d. Any person who may nnd said ,wta-,
GrnJml I and send their l hIlls t.i the office of the New York be taken for confessed against him and the mature favor this
Jesup of the renewed thereof decreed accordingly. And it is farther r- 'wib confer a by leaving them at offioe nr
"I FOR SALE. i American for wllc anon Boston viila Nation
: II and ihenolilecre-d accordingly.
n our border I ; things kry Las wbsriber I? NC'Dtlet'II"jnJ..ft"essoa
mid of this order be wre e ,
whereas, it N Lore for alt! 50 Brls P..rk, LO fins Flour. I i G'azettr, Philadelphia ; 1\imeriran Ba'tmore ; And ii is lurther ordeuodthitawpyrftlriiO r- dered that a copy published Fhjf ria. The paiticuLtr dates and time ".f.

.h# i In adequate measures have been Cask Hams, I Cask 8dc 2 i Krgs Lard, tOO boxes Qobe, Washington ; National Intelligencer ilo.'ouiicr ; der _be printed weekly! fo. four months, in BOOM for four months, in some newrpaper pruned n itMt of baiil DOltS are DO' rrect'y. remembered.JOSEPH pay..

L to .I.ecore tbf p permanrijt prolec- dried Herrings, 50 Boxes Codfish, Rope! COUMBasgin Charleston ; Enquirer, Columbus Ga. ; newspaper published in this District. ""* ? : T"THOS.. H. DUVAi Cl'k ULMOAJ.Vjss

.CIDI,r of Middle Florida," ill Teba?, tc. &r. R. J. UACKIY. j Floridian Tallahassee; Evening Journal, Albany. 'felte THOS.' H. DU VA U CUrb >,T.S .. -. IB tsatf .
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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. KoPOR sa. MISS PARROTT A frtab MPpry oCt.i.V AL.U ABLE MEDICI aftms' tt.tdIt 1p e

THE Subscriber is authorized to sell! three ra- just receHed. The ab.vo.OiatiMit in ofl rad
NOTICE. Tracts of Land situated within 5. 12, RESPECTFULLY informs the Citizens of UIED SOLELY (rem vegetable matter a Mta and c rui. r* *dy for shoe te

SIX month after dale 1 thall present my touch- and 25 mile from Tallahassee. The first contains vicinity that her SEMINARY PREP HOUCK Baltimore which IDJ&J eases, Ma .f which b.t. 80 long It

and apply to the Hon. the Judge of the about 19iO Acre, 150 cleared The s e..01'd 52) I for Yoono LiDics wiil commence on be'taken with perfect safety by all ages fc in all di- medical tcMDCe. baIae4..':,

County Court ol Gadsden county, for a imal aeiU.- Aries 60 cleared. And the third 850 Acre, about Monday, October 23d, ia the Rooms lately occupied !aies-' its cures are for the following diseases :- lat While w.ma.r _
eTft'J
meat &discharge fr the administration of theetau 200 Hrared. These lands are equal to any in .&11d i by Airs. Orclnrd as a Seminary. will Dyspepsia Lou of Appetite, Indigestion; Inflaromalioa SM Sore Legs ad Ck rof Joallt I

CaL John ilills.lL of Gadsden countjr, die Florida and will be sold on term f&Itale..ul The instruction pursued in this institution also the Modern oflhe Stomach, Heart Burn, Diar h ,a. Dy.. 3d Schimwor GlaadahullioM T umo -
embrace complete English course
a
to the Flux Piles FistidaObstructed Meruura- hardened
purchaser. or tamavrs j io .
l'lwd artery
I
JONA. reAUCTIONEER gm R H. W. IUDF.N. Lnng .ge.Music, Drawing, Paiminj, and hoG AUe and Fever Billiou or Remittent Fever, terminate i io ile rated wou'1oftentimes .'.

Attguat 12. 1837. Tallahassee March 15th 1837. tf. 32 I Fancy Needle Work. October Typhus; }'uu.&arlet Fever, Small Pox, Eryaipc- 4th Felons what one ea.
AKD The present :erm will open Monday Fire Asthma Pleurisy Alelc *- psi It.
SL k
I las, or Anthony' Mme it Catarrba. of "
every
MerchnnttQmrS MILL SAS&r. 23d. and close. July 23d, comprising lorty weeks Yellow Fever Costiveness, Wind on the tl" Cth Rhe watie Painjof the .
I. LL persons and .i--r ".i-rr- *-' *,;' T'., 'o led into fu'ir sessions, each succeed- > bowels. Cholera Morbua, Consumption, jutn..
Mondays
w % Saturdays. FORTYMill iach or 6th Sprain and Bruises of
:"U day filed in M.! .'.** r.-p. '. .1.t ; 1.- ',| half! wek. Irflnenra, Colds Coughs, Inflammation of the ID wg.ateer ..i&aa1e.IItit e.oey.'ri

County CourtFlorid, & !t. Mark line of Packets ,,0ncon lnm'nll' ",d. .,-' ,,. :. -k-i' "-, ;"V TERMS.lj chcsl. Palsy Gout, nheuinaiism InfJamatory sonthroat. .- 7th Tetter part of all kinds. Iapa.ient
GI1. i .: \11:, .. ': R. 1 < .1 IT nan"t'pHlmt'olsrEngtisb studies
IL Guardian of the late : Cw'P. Iitfiaii.inali-n of LIe heart, Drc.pny ic the ",
applying Oiatm
iLii &o the law iO 1=37. :_ / ,..et IV weeks, S 0)1'," for those over 12
July
soua as Jaundice
of the Liver DirT.culij
Di-ie-i-uf
.
Rickets of waler.'I*
out
the said Court the .- -- ? t" f.r those ever 8. and under 12, $ ;; |1'3r.
6 : c.s. t4' _jr under, $iO; half payable in ad- of making Urine Glret Hysteric, Nervous and 8th CbilhUui, or part affect* ,'. .
charge a guardian. ubscrrt -. : i Scrofulous affections of the members and ligament TO'lHtiPUBl "
: ; ,
Oct. -2uth, 1b37. -T ill: he -A---. ._ t;... Sfc each 815.00.Drawio Mercurial and Venereal diseaseUIcer., t>res. Affections i '1 be following! cumtnunicauot
Rate Vessels and .Vasters I ship, : "" uages, per year, I .
experienced from Impure
the skin & all diseases '
of risiiig proprietor of Judki Omtn.ei .
iniUe ofSTEWART and P.untnifr. 1 10. vitt
in Ibis name g :
HEREBY GIVEN employed line, to sail from ei I .MI'S S.00 f..r the terlll.EmLroid. Blood lie. Price per bottle $2. John Taliaferro, member Congrti $
\
IS vessel will sail on the 8th and :Mth of V BARWAICD.Then ,
'
term of Gaxbden and oftcner !' .ry and Worsted Flow rs, and work7. This medicine has a powerful effect as a Springand tcreUJ g'. I.he gratuitous manner in .iJJ
should re- will be found ihe old Mind formerly
'i .ed. the Executor of patronage shop at AiATEUlALS-EXTUA. Full Purifier, in lh.se wli.'s.e constitution require nude, exhibits feelings of no

executor Benjamin B. PRATT occupied by Mr. E. B. Perkins, opposite the m.ll'Ioet Each Young Lady to find her own stand! and nourishment and new vior ; such pet sons towards surfcring humanity ; ar.d ordinary 11

and settlement of Agent X York house. 'I would be much bei.efitud by using two or three dcscn ing of public alieutiou eertl.
I ihair.
rIr LYON Agent St..Iarks. They ill keep full assortments of Medicines, bottles! hicli be Uken w ui.ut reg.ird to drink W.
i.-j.u ti.e. date hereof will 15 1837. Boarding can be had for the pupils at the Seminary may 1frrCTOJf,Ja.
.7pnl 30-ly'r. Chemical Patent Medicines & aod 13
Duigv I
.cuersdisinissory from & an.l m genteel piivate families. or diet. Many (persons are diseoscu for the wan Sir-It has been my wish bra Crfiui&rjj
\or *f said Babb. NOTICE. pledge! themselves :o 'e'l notl'inc l-ui genuine \ruclcs. Every attention ill be paid to the .Mind and of blood: being purified. 'l'housandsofpemonsdre| to communicate to you the good effect
J. -DW1N >TE\VART M D. "kX
July: ll, la.i?. who are indebted E.B. ManneisoliheYoungLad.es: committed to the drstroyiig their constilutious by neglecting to apply -have used the ointment invented by ) _
persons
47-tf ED W AnD B.\RNAtD frj
und will be her effort to proper remedy ; to such the I'af.ace will be land which 1 understand i
charge Mits it now
ol Parrott
-
S. by note or account, are tar- -- --- ----- I I made aDd
NO (. to make immediate pavmcnt to TO THE ASThMATiC t"cT)NSU.M II'TIVa. merit the approbation! of her friends and patrons. more man doubly valuable as a certain and effectual j a-ent> appointed by yourself. 1 l.ae *
n.oi.ths after rBlHC mo-it and fatal of all niftl'a'l"s viih the means of rt' I..rll1J.U.1 Io perfect health anti : ihe I last IpPI
SIX ( before the first of September, as all prevalent Youiif L-idx: :. di->nnected \ Seminary. j ointment during three years
tir.d @ unpaid at that date wil. be put B incident ti CR Ilized *ocift)-the Con
Ce-ufliy; Court of : of an attorney for Collection. generally je traced to the! least Alarming 0 i iJi.onlcrs tranche*. \v hieb exhibit various symptoms as Eruptions duce a cure in every instance. I eooii L

tiiuil and discharge from E. BAll _lR[, Jr. CO. a IIl'KhllJut' neglected cold. By e.lunation I I Rtrk.KE.NcrjGen. Brovrn,Judge Randall,Gov. Ulcerations Debility, Los-s of Appetite and i most decided and efficient remedy ia '

ectat:. of J&Dlealal!, lat .- 17 For E. Perkins.. it appeur llut one hundred and fifty Uuu"-Iud per '', Call Col. Bu-lcr. Digestion all arising from impure blood, and il i tumor be the cause what it may, tod j i.Ttolhiiig 4i|. l r

eons die annually o the consumption. Most of these I Tallahassee, Oct llth, 1837 10-4w : fill ropcrly atiendctl to, are sure to produce the : so good for wounds of dejtrrnT :

Aug. 19, 1837. 2 Gin (0 PART! EWHHP. dreadful results may be attributed to common cold : H'.1le.t injury tn the conkliiution. Panacea i is re-: may be piojjer to add, thai the any cure If

hate this d.iy enured into and a negligent treatment of the h.&rrassing cough TO 'filE PUBLIC. cuii.n.ended in all seasons of the year, and in particular called tIne ";niLe sv tUiiijr,given o' rby the

Lip, under the firm of Taft, Holt that generally ensue*-\\inch is usually fullo eJ by as preventative from all diseases in warm climalesand distinguished physician as incurable |UI
-iIX weeks after date It is due to Miss PAltnOTT to state, that the .
those
when diseases
difficult breathing, pain in the aide and atliUil Ulcerated i persons, are prevalent they have decided nould, wtihomprove :
Jude of the C.amy S. S TAFT LUII'". Violent and repealed Asthmatic attack I ch Irges in her school, both in their present reduceii by taking the Paiincca three or four tunes a ("talto the patient, was under :1Ii"
Ii
for lelter of adUinb GEORGE also One and in their original' form, Well" determined \ eek,01-three or four table Siooi.tul's when toin Ji
G.IIOLT *, bring on CmlouOII.tlslmi'tolllt. effected the
| ate iiotice, by u$ of
of JFuIiam the aavice of her Irier.ds. In the first instance JudkiuOl
ibis
by ,
couLty) GEORGE MILLER. ort\vu dulUrx expended III tin puichaM _fDK. lobcd und the pcrs.n rr.ay tear no apprehension of: and the patient is in fine health hit
children
deceased. fl iellt co.isulied who, having toeducae ; lilllb
a was ,
"a:1 Cuuuty, July! 1, 1837. 51 being attacked with the Cholera'cLiow Fever, or lb.
RELFE ASTHMATIC the
PILLS advised tumor being restored toaaoumlnciu.
HE from motives ol delicacy a higher perfect
this medicine i. valuable I
ulhe. dse.tseas
Mount Vcrnon Flo. and a link alu-tition to their tinit-l.v atil1Jin. tr3 rate than rireuuivance wi-uM! justify, and the matter allY a rt.- I Also, that the leg of an Ii

g' llZ J lion, will usunlly insure a initi-..lion i>!f these in c. n,. qnenee bein;submitteJ lor rrconi.ilera &lor.iti of the system thereby invigorating the lud been wounded and exhibited one dn
it
i uiiik-rsigned, respectfully/ informs the i disorders, ail usually cli'ect a cure. The Pills! tin, he ui.iUi9i.-ned.altrn.aiu-eielileraiioi! >,de constitutionaiidtiiabliiig to bear the eitbihutingctTecti t ulcerated surface from the knee to the j,
Leon and a c t cideJ the lowest .'due1 i..n which, for more than two had
also and eifrclu.il l'r ll.e I up'JIIlhe prc-int rates,as r j years .
t j
of are an easy remedy fluids and corrects their t'J all tlosc
: tc
DAVID :
C.
persuai.cc a H'ILSOS hinuttorney I I nttrncy
I ered n.curab'r
I IN j \vbich Ulle.I"OIIIL >s [posMblu to make. It I ib wi h I was etrtcLually cured L. U
foi Jfiddie Florida, ( ; I: \V. Pit tt's patent Cotton CL'LTIVA-I symptoms |prnce.Jing and accomp.ii\ii: ll.e I I -. a11.e| : is'ire: that the unders.gned otr r this -ipl. distuscsuiiKli orijinutein titiafJ bhxxl, diaeaaed ', cation Judkiu'b Ointment. I nritntioa

*ale alTallahasoce! on j respectfully invites the Paiatci.: to call Asllnna and Cou:urnpii 4 ext a tract of Land in fur thcln III'l and -truiuieacn ll.e lunge,.
c\'es. difficulty breatliiiin, fijrlitnes>s Ii 'lo.. cuuen-, eminary in which the high m-rul management, as a decided evidence of Use
the Negroes, C. F. CLABAUGDec. //. the chesl in if.e "ule It rcbembles! III point of taste and Savour, a rich
"i.1 ss f. wliee/.ing, pain s> and i. le'lfc'unl' character of the accomplished prin- ; of this remedy in cases of tumors and of at
tLe estate ol the late: T. 26 193(. 21-tf cordial rather than a medicine. Every person after
uf. .
ifbluoj Few
spitii/iir < ifC. cases can occur cip il i* ilicieii guarantee to the puju tor the ac- nave experienced as decidedly the good i
erty wil be sold on a CAUTION. any of tins cld s of dijfinlrrs, in which the pur I quisiti A of..i: thai is useful and oinameiiul polite taking n. rcury. io any way s.lnuIJ have rc curse this remedy in the cure of teloru,tod a '
to .. ad bottles of this medicine. In the decline
sec u i by to nile or t\1o0 -
ate hen by warned a raint trading cln"e of Dr. Rtlle's Pills will not find a rich education. species of fresh wound. It seems u nat II '
far/scttian has
been
when the
made known cf Life, or system impairedby
ree certain pronus'ory Ilotes. drawn by return 1 fur their trilling expenditure Thomas Knndall; nouii&het, strengthen and one who will observe on the operation of tl

& and nude payable! to Jose],h B. Price-whole boxes, 50 piU! SI 1; half boxes Thomas Brown, it:-It ticiss.it is not presuming too far to add, that Ul'lo it actually I rue I ut,wuh muSt the Le satisfied as to its Icncfkiii

as follows. 12 pills 50 (Cllt Francis Eppes : prolongs: life. can utmost confidence rtcoma
-
dated the v Jih and use of: this aluabt nlU JeftVrion county 32d on July. 1837 pay- Formic !IIV STEWART & BARNARD. Ri'-hard Ilaywatd Tins I'uii'iea has been introduced to the public
: first day of January, l 3s, fur three 1 au sir, \iry respectfully,
Dt-c. 17, iS3t.i.( tor a short tune, and has received more testimonials
Robert J. Iluckley.C2 JOHN
<
\ in i us four f"'r its efficacy, in so&hort a time, Lh..11allY TALIAFE1
,:f the same date, aud payable on the! ct. C2, 'I'I* T. Mr. CLarks Keriton, proprietor of J
other mtilicir.e tlisCovered.and iu
LEONCOIJ.N1'YCOUItI'. ever nan-e ttt
N pursuance of a ,' 18Ja, tor two thou-alld dul.ars. Oiutmeiit, near rtUerickum n
u..ry. ,
MoU'lQ
I for Middle: Florida, ('1' the .same date, and payable! im tde J-,siah EJs..n, ) A 'lHiljJt : .\Itach.." nt for F. \ST FLORIDA RAIL ROAD CO. ""m and abroad, will induce hundrc s, aye, thouianils. lL clJl

Sale at Tallahassee on, 1810 ioi l\I oih u>anJ roll".. \> } tiuinmcnsi a.i n >. Ir l l'Oi tl.I .\... -'tJ" l ICE: i-. .l.ei ey! en en, ih.it a m ell' < of the to apply fi-r it, to reap the Uuc virtue Before !es\ K''. *.., J had Lear4.

Tt*, a tact of 900 acrs Jo)fph U. Wati b'.! not given U3 tl-. j I 'VWitbton., ) tliiiiub.e t. .M.!.tr. h T rm, lo;7f l' -KK.'ldtrs..f tl.e Last FIMirlR'il Hoa.lnianv thereof an aiiicle iu .lmat epptir before lh.aj

cleared, belonging to .1letd upon we are d> lenntned no. 21HK: cetndir.t in saiJ ra,e and all tlieis 111Ji. '.a 'li 'e hell I ..n the f.r .MonJay of Fe- Notwithstanding attempts may be made tA im ..r"'I fIwr> i.acieii Hen;,,"' Judkins' P. j j'fc'iumeu

Stevens. Terms one I of the said note, until he complies: ten std w ill take notice of ihtin l.ttl.n: o: ;>runy, 1-3", at Sirtii-jM-t 3 oVik! F. :M. at. \0.1 I ICt'in. pair tic contidi- ,.ftlec [public III the trt.cacy Ill:' I j jcutaMe ,J :, tirade by C. Heruoi.s near Fn

credit cf fie years. : or unt.1 JUt course of law.31JRIIN .aid awL iiy atacIin.t: as aiorc-a d-.md tmy arcquied ...!rci.U /-3rf.n the city 01 Boston, to ch.1t St' [o' tr of tins medicine it10 ill go oil U MJry lan, and
I'AL\Tr.R, >- ti ap; ear and pl aJ to UK! oeclaratio-i lil,:.i Direc'ois frthc ei-sL.ii i YOdr, agreeably l<> the act Joq\Itr iliicasi, relieve; he.1fillcLcd.and earn for ii- persons ruth iHK-ii. 1 trc til acquainted til

Jan 6, 1838. JAME L. PARISH, III ...IJ case, acco:< n.g ILI tI..- JUtutn su h case of mcorjiorut.on:; and to tr.uuact any other buunesj sell the good) opU'ion thousands anti tens ofthousai.iii. my rh id tl.c.c in iisMjinf-rt! n has pcrl'a

.t1JMJMsrRA DARIUS WiLLI.-\1.:5. : made s-uJ provided JlJ VAL& ALLEN, that inay legally come be lore it.D.iVID. Alieaiiy li. as canned: for itself a name cure on a fro od of ouiiie afiicttd with the I
Jefferson county, t*pt. 30 Ifc37. I .1n I'r :tn* IlENSIIAff' ,.hicb das'ardlyHtncka rannot reach ; that such IS
p. p Having i my s.c.l.tz; a s.Etrtr lor sonic
ALL haTmg I September 25t;", I ISC S tfTOU.la President E F R R Co. the fact, the iiun.bcr of Itueis in -PO&MSUOU n.u"tluilysjtifty this disirtksu.g disease, i cow unLtJiUunj-jtt
& Bost.nSeptI2, IS 7J.: 916tKoumid's the must iraueduluusIu.d wcie it ne-
present them duly Worm Syrup S : STOUAUE crssary, there could be obtained numerous testimonials plied your oiiitiaeniiu my own case and&

prescribed by law, and : to all parents nuts, ard oth- subscriber Ii.Hlllt a; lIn rented ihose lar_. Tonic Mixture audAsiiICostive under the sanctity .f il.e oaths of those ho, tificJ that 1 can say it made. aerfect{ cure. .

ted to make payment to Lave the inana;rmeni of chll.Jrell. as THE Pills. the and loi J. A.BIM
rutnini.Jious warehouses, Ui.own .is Senastioues atler sullering mos acute g protracted
N coii"t qutncef tie uuii.trrt.us attempts to Counting room Lombs
IT. ) WORM DEsTRou.Nc medicine yet will coiitinj' t,. C..tton I illness, have been entirely restored to httlth. but it ,
: : re..uc .
i iinit.itia.is of [li-w.nuJ's A few
Jan. ISI. palm SIUI sus tulu.ij.lc weeks agrta case of woouu'i nrt
<. Goods .>n storage. From Ins III lie:1..j does noi enter into the"vll1PI e..t'llsiou of how
txpcuii'e : Mcdicini-s on the public-he Siasddirnunru: to in.iny came under notice the biean ,
br-M.d Jes b.-ina safe and active toy preatlyia!
ver-
.iik55, he fljt rs liim-elf that hran.vf satis'.tcLi.n i lit is possible for Ixitai.ic n.tclicine to etlect suchaoiides
1.011.10! tU sales! exclusively '.<> agents in dilicrent.irt the i.ipplc scarcely to Le seen-Ler
_' /! the '
z\\ t J
-i ant to table an Ippt.
... iii the !
tIlOwi. extf-'nl li.or: I has
art
liim healing
t'i in ty t" patr-i its cxpenencc
.
weeks after ,! relnse to take of tlc country, ft tocO whom ulout Ike ge.tu'.nt I ciuariy *{H>ke the great misery she vu i
it.
FOUR age. Hiwarclii.iiM c; die in j;..,d outer and .- I juoved then coni[>eieia to jtcifonu, but such arc the :
the County happily catcuiavd: for preventing and j.c.ecly aftniei CUP be h..J. und to :uard it.: more ciro.iua'ly : I Lord me she had Lti sufiVnng three snouthii.
100. tin ais.i! ( l IJ f.icu tli.il be denied.
; Set ure liorn as tout inunjaiioii > they cannot
leave to.l the real ." other
  • yrd'.rs td which rlulJri.ii y .i ainai the imjM'Miions unaulhorued Vt iid- tlltJ "as curried l., her bed ; she ikcolu
    } i.Sti t.il-s The rnrd'cini be obtained .f G. H. &
    to \li'cti iinnv placth on the i"t arv. tIe can
    late of County, d such as boe1 or UIntIe complaints: table.V1LL1AMJ.BAILEV.: era he has Ih" fUo.ttlllis rents in UO.L'.IIe\\ I 1'.1. LINDKNBKRGfclU, Monroe sire' t. Tallahaaace ril p JulLice -to it; other things had beta in
    \"ork, PhilnJl'hia.. and Baltimore: to make HV advUtd JuOkins' oi.tnitnt
    it
    looseness knowing U
    anil ,
    omititig purging it is 1..In-i.!! 0..1.t, IS-J7.;: y-4-n I Florida, with proper directions fov using it.
    Jan. 6 1838. ___ tales to ,nec'nunta.ndothers Ike AJcJitinettu successful like
    for allaying those pain winch children of any of in cases She got aDd aprta
    ; 'hur teeth. and il yreviouvy llOUli-BI nLHY. Le carried lS<.ulft far sale again. Large quantities- I Pray 'foittuhip, Muffin LwntyPa. May 3, l 37.MK. I CunJuc to the direction accompanying IiI ;

    : this u( eraiiou: of nature ptr/e/ .tly THE Sl.I 'cnn..r'i hate opened I bin ''cry in ThaN ..fj |'if-rniriou> article in "'iinitAiioii of the tnUlr.p. JACOB HovtK Mr, 1 fed mybett censiraineil -I i Lours ail pain "as gone ; it broke, sad oa

    weeks after date : from danger It iqua ly .iliaciou% I .ee, and are |vt pared .o .-> ecuie a'l t Ilra..chc, .MiT'i'ic hat c lictn inaiiiifdctnrtil Luciui C.imcr to inform you of the! ellects tha: your Panacea td discharging copiously, and so cociicacd

    SIX McCall ,. ad ill the inlantHe reniUK'titl-vcr.; I h of'htir bu->iiies3 In <, gooda &;_, le ab can be .1"ne -.. > Si Co ol New Yr-iXm, .il text to tlie South far had on me. In the year 58 iG( dur.ng the months days ; the rtli-r rum ,xircme pain lopefa

    01 tbr county court nded with he suiancc that 1l1* fu.ly cl..e. h'.T\\an.t, ismi of JalJuar). February.March ai.d April, 1 ai employed -'cJUiteii tine iru.\n's I.lollistmt: a fc. ti

    of administration on 11m p..p.. n.lcnoc-t, ainl that muiU ('"*, rule foi lnllle.ter1". 4C Lie l..ui! !> i.f t1,: 11I1I..1tWII.r ie g< nuine arlir'e in thrashing with a tnra hi.ii; machine,and[ :; ucca he r breas toiLs u.suaistateaiu1intigf4 i

    Ji.jid C' ul.ty deceased We .lenved from simplicity) and in- Particular atclI'l' n p nd to rc-bi..ding old h..okse"p OIlY Le lio/l of ll.e lolu\\! : p'.r.r.I1,, wo ar r.iughi cold, nnd he du.t s-eeuied to &e-tte! on inytings. j the cure \as c.mplde. C. &

    .ati'resof' said S. cannot do any hurm. : .,".r,. M 1ZIIiC', \c. infciJy 1gtnh in this (!i.irl cl" Florida and Geotgij.H. 1 iuffcied much pain, dud could no longer rdtrrckcoullty-\t'ri13.182 .

    accompanying each bottle. The bub4crJI.ers ple-f .e ih mselves that a'l: orders I',n nard jr. A.CO. Cieneral A;tfiit, Tulldhasacc, atiend ;tu any bU'ID'Lhe am TV as located In my t JE"'A"1. dF hlrtJ.aTlell. i.

    Jan. 6, 1838. compound Syrup of I iha'.l'! be e-xeeutcd with ne itne-s uul despatch.Tallihas'e. William Kerr & Co., Thoinastillc! LI iea"', particularly or the 1-tiMUe. I \\:1S>il-o al- Messrs & R T Low %merchants,Cur&rf
    I
    ,
    fl.s.4w&u I ver wo" CCIU\-1 & IL\Y., AltJ. J inics C. Eccli", duiricy, dicted with l.iigh aueatsanJ fever, I sought the aid! tlILt'u.t'I-\s! : Mr Uer ioua agent jfcrtLl

    *, cold, 8Mb in as, spitting blood, Otto'.er 15 :', Iwi7.:: _I 10-if S .vj "', Lloyil, & l\. >t. Marks.TiioniHs .,f v .iuui i'hy>n.iin> ia .his regi n, hut ah:I to i.o 1'''of(' Dr \\ illiaui Jutlkit.'s (aicnt Speck wnut

    A LL persons ', whooping! cuugh, aid all JI'a: FOR SALE: AV.xam.lcr Hicksti II.l uipoh'-':, I t..eu traveled to LL. a:.. r c. an y, ale !, 'C oulil inloriu you that last summer 1 vu tf

    J 5L Harley late of : lung trius.IIII..IIS & Co.. Mmtiicillo a so to Chester co. arid employed several l oetor* f I with a ort leg-the lame of J udkll".. OinumiUvCil
    A LIGHT JERSEY: ,v AGO'o. and a good J. I 1). ,\1iol here but dirivid
    bcuent.
    CarpentT. bad
    10 make a t.I.J. no fimly: I recourse of it-but
    rquoted at I ve power.sof this medicine in dis. | me tu gel a jug it happened
    HuRaK:
    fivisg claims against i> Lungs have been afcMcd' the mos 1 BL. draught Knouin- The laltit of I Iv. B.iri.ir.ljr. 5r Co. will Leon all to your Punace ',maid used one to tic. which' j Lie .f .Mr. lieraiou's make. I u& dittcrttii
    oy \lcl :\\EY & l1.'ti [E':. the 'mules .:Id th' .lb., 1 1 > t'a. Lut
    tified to present them physicians both ol Europe and tills : by e agents. purch3: al Levn-tuun it >ecmed aifi i tIne prnueJ directions, but my leg kept g I I10
    Nov.
    I. IRH. :
    the time prescribed by po.-s.es-.es sedative, eipeciorant u.J I -tf Tallahassee July 7t1ip.47. 4Stf si not to ..' me any good, for I leca. e weaker, ore.

    .. will be iorevr l> GncsGro c i'C s.B and was obliged to keep iny bed My friends Mr Hcrstonj
    y -, and hence al!'ate fivers, mitigate 7> OT'IC E traveling to the west Kfffiiy
    JOSEPH y rivals ixnii Uakiiuiiic Yi.t tk idviscd me to use no m-'ie ol it, but 1 resolvol! to "
    { almost ias.antly removes slight and a..1t.' Thl' SnliNrrilicrs inviii: associated then h use elarin:; the time, en look i.n; tt liiment
    Dec 9. 1837 uhiUt it gives immediate' relief to we ha\e just rei-junl and ore opening; :it I I !thts Mercniiie!t. business under (lie firm oIc e'Me it a fair tn.ll.and and sent for another bottle; this I had, he loin ediatcly pronounced k t

    ; h from neglrci have a>.umeil! a more tl.e Store IIICll1l..rly"ceoJjllciJ by )Ir. Janii Me '.1 tiI !- \ Itaeiiv & Haues !le.tve inlorni\ irtbrdtd relief: strengthened acd improved Ins lI1..ke. and furnished me with one wheatOn .
    their
    beg to me 3" much a> the first hau weaked I
    character and seldom fails to cure the |kll. a bqc aiivl cn'iirc 1I.t.I1ClIt of (JitOClllUESaui : iae. sent I oieiIbg| and smeilifi, it, 1 was sensable
    I'linidand the public uer.illv! tint I hey areI fur a thud bo tie and am now restored '
    having cas. PIKiVlsil'J.NS( I ut.Kh arc .Ifc..d l', I jjt enjoying iitTerencc, nlil.o'it looked like i; 1 thcniffioniimeni ,
    AIL person in (lie iurmrrlv bvihe bet er health than have o*. for the la,f
    iinvv i'M.-nihir shire ne ten
    I occupied
    |
    ihe LILJ .
    l found. town or tm be
    of the late Dr superior to any other medicine country on very aLComiuou: ; wlii.'h gave me, to my leg; 55
    oii- ted to hand them (If shurtnt-s ef breath, hoan-ene, terms-\iz : late jtoltfrf S. Miller!! on the vvel I Mile nfMi'iiroe ear>-1 am a.am tabled/ .o follow the plough in a state of aineiiumciu ou using the in;pi
    Pit' )VIS ION S. St reel ind] H.ileV asliinutoti ever since: I list August. I am fu.ly convinced thai and
    and Square
    attested, and those promp ly remedial in soiene of I I | saconiinueii anti/ it gotquite'well.This .
    qjesttd to come forwatd and lungs. In whooping' cough it: cor Sun Baltimore: cured tuntasscd H.uns I ill the City of Tj'ljl-js, a general assort your pana-ca may be l.Jk.r without any injury ointment i a cerumly very valiubk
    and isa useful medIcine. :
    Yours
    J M'C A will be speedily discovered. do d<. Middlings; uncut (;t 1' Dry Clouds, Hardware and. Groceries, DAVID EbHELMA'N., pecifullv, noajdbc a pity it should be I lost to the J&a '

    Mont'nello Dec *, .1ltirnore.w When Flour winch they ufler for b.ile nccoiiuLiiiiK' counterfeit article the _
    a
    Tonic mixture. Xo. 1 Butt..r and I arJ on 0 ternis.S.tMl. The following remarks by the edit.,rolthe Stark not Etnuine. bearing nV.lu name EW31.
    1). lclL\I K >
    For and Fever. bounty, C'antn Ohio Democrat are extiaced
    Ague Codfish l. I MacKcicl and Che I e. CumUiIand, May 24. S31.
    LiaLous.Chanipaigoe .. F. UAiVES.TaH.il.fosceFfh. from that paper of April, 4,18>7.HOLCX'S .
    .
    C. Marshall
    by Phila. and for sale bv Front Ret Bertr'. JratrtL

    STEW KT 4c BARNARD, Cornar Brar.di, 1'tl.ll. Apple nnd Spanish ; asrti '37. 29.11 he ci.izensof PAACia.-Wc Ca' :ou and invite the public the :attention generally of have known Mr C Hcrstcns to be tileII'tur

    next door io the Post Jihce. Judkui's Otnlment for several jaai
    H37 2:: CaisDR. !!,'.1a.d fii-i, cr.nnliy Gin, Jar.Tiici Ilumloll.woh..l. UROCERIKS.K to the ad verlls ment m another column of this pa- residence oiclfl
    ) and ""11111I flyV b' kcy : have JI.-t reived from New Orleans PH. ntder the ab..ve head.Ve have used the ar. my Maryland,and die
    V Y tide ourselves, sa.'elv by him to have been in :noen rtputc. Itfrcipjenlly .k
    HUNTER T( IU\CClE-. invu.ci of Bacon. Cl-irei Wine. Mideira ana can rcc..mmnd it 10 the
    l Wirt', 1V: >ub.'ic: as an invaluable for of the used in my own iuii..ilywhi1t111(
    Superior old "P'ill..J.r-: L irs. ; e*, IFhikey,4-c. which we will sell remedy nio-i
    13
    ; IT :MAY CONCERN. I Maryland, and during residence if ht.vith
    I Cu n i. Haan i d,) low fur ca:b. d.s":1s" with which tJ1:1rkn.J are atfl.c'ed. Having my

    VLL pe'snn in ; j use of Dr. Hunter'* ine.itimaMe: IMU Fine Cut chi Will; lubaK-ii .ii ;i.ipcr; I G. II. 4- r. E.LINDENBERGCR. for a number cfyears been subject to the I.sCLBCS success. lAte

    .L \Vau.rs of fither, sex, if they <--aielull\ (,lIow i.tufc'i: Jny! 21.), 1-:: 7. 51uorFiufE's"EYE or NIGUTMARE, to an ahrming event, the
    C'-niple.o'is- itin 'rd ctlicr toLacro
    Is ____ __ Methodist Book Room .
    WIlt inaiio payment to ) I 1 valuable plan, and copioiM Directions, iItc'tjiiotrh.., -. -':'P,-",- : Simtf.Unnpowdcr I'anacta was rccomuiend to us by Dr. llouck Mulberry sit.New '
    .s authorised! to rec,' i iii them are enabled effectually to era lin .ri.il, A- lison Teas. WATERIFor himself: ; ai-d we are happy >o say we have teen York, May iUih, ldJ5.
    1)1L.'C and ; s-ne or tinned K giIIlIl eJiae and relieved fr To prevent imposition, C Heritors W
    es
    J "teJo aid estate in to restore L.,af .lIul IJ..w II Micar, AfnL\s.s..sllio ea entirely m that distressing affliction.As .-
    py.ntnttoamuc1 'I with ease, safety and certainty in a few I t*. Ilavani CulII.! ai.d file Salt! relief. Unit-cent sore e>es. the etft-ct is rr>o,t salutto a fanny: medicine we have no hesitation in his on hand writing, will appear on theet

    and pursons ha\m; Cotton Hsrgin'4 nut Da'e' l -\\ICI e the complaint has been of jearsbUndiii saying that we believe! it is unsurpassed. Letters, post paid directed to him, in fill

    v. :i'' pi eent them extensive sale and onexampied success ( lJpe.Ul't.m *.', auJ III some exceedm.* bad cases.tlie most City Vfd. will be attended to.
    1 1w h tie above :, in this and other citIes, and prin liaisons., hiK.ode! nlinontl.Jfnnard: water anexfifcte i and desirable relief has been found HIJ RCMEUV: FOR RHKUMATISiM.HE For Sale wholesale! and retail by
    and butler CrackeiN.
    they will be i-arred. : throughout the Union for the la.t liucen lip* r.: : Caniles! Smtt .:, tho us- of tin: PVC water alter eeiy other rciiidvhad 1. : excruciating pain-the decrepitude and STEWART BARNARD, Drt?
    1 Rill.
    Jan. \\ IfeM.-23 i iris which I' was t>aiif
    )', iiicoutcs'ibly proc, that when used 'ialLihu..ser-Oit. :!I. ,:, flounce it the best preparation for these complaints arc the u>ual attendants of the disorder are"utTereJ I -
    I : i ION POU'DERS, it efFect a I U-tf i they have ever met with especially in cases of*orenesjf by man from despair of a cure or disappointment j those atllicted with Cos

    N pursuance to a j jJ speedy cure of that dieadful disorder COTTON. I II i or iiill-iiunutiuu of loug standing. Price 25 in the ctSc-)" of the numerous pretended antidotesto TilE celebrated Albion Corn Plaster J*

    I i'ines Mills to me the Scourge of the Human Race I THE ..I')s'nbcr is now icaJy t9 advance 'Ip'lrch:1.e I cents a l.o'.tle. effect tr is purpose. But those who have made a relief, and at the same time diwH
    ; I PILLS upon or None unless the outride fair trial ofDr. draw the Corn the wttboil &'
    '. adtbtdue ih .
    "f Charl< ion, South ]I | with the INJECTION l'OW DElLs. : CLNTER pure.IHLLIAM I I printed vvr.ip-ir[ ) by the sole proprietor T. KID Jebb's Celebrated Liniment pain.

    r-r.;md in the Clerk's! j! \1'1.: ; the"o constitute, a morfl powerful Oct. IS, IS :;.-10 No. 4 Kerry' row. Dl'.i:!:, uiiiiicdiate )ucccs jr to the hits Dr. \'. 'I'Coiiws. even in cases of long standing. and of :he most !even CERTIFICATE.-"To tLo,e afflicted with! .1

    J &ctcsuu County, I* j I ilPIli'ubl| In the various blages of this character hate received certain relief and to their feet. I do certify, that I have used!*si
    I Full:and directions For ale at hi. Cuuuting Room, over No 9! Corn Plaster with hj.ls '
    r3. Jjt..on County, j i : plain with a FOR SALE. many hav been cured in a few days some in 24 complete soccew.
    i cxplainiug the various Cour street, near Concert Hall, Boston, and also bi used one box it cured Cora *>
    lit AUrch next, symptoms, 100 Bbb of H ur, a-.d hours! as a nun ber of persons in Boston and vicinity cpnpleiely a .
    ced in kJiJ deed, to ) uf tl tieatment accompany each box bOO Bushel of CMIS, by'sivIM his sl'ecial"llJuintlll nl bySTWAtT who were formerly aillicied with Rheumatism troubled me for many years. I make r I'.II

    the ale and COIlS (nl ,>f either"ex may cure thenisehes. .. .VADDEN. : & BARNARD, 'have very fully test lied. Certificates are in the possession for the benefit ol those afflicted wither.I

    U ray" the debt due ( the Pills $1 a box ; the Injection Pow- St. Marks Dec. 2, 137' 17-tf '1'"U..h.ee.llIrr.h lt: 14 ( \I\I ur the Proprietor, proving the most thorough I complaint. "

    "' 50 cents each.) Pr 111 d.. :".",.-n: :.I lIola Just reeV'i U p\.r 0"" LUcinda sail surprising cures b] means of this powerful LI- Flu.hing. L.I. Fe.28.HI.i

    : fioin the original Recipe in MS- TRUST SALE 01- LAND. JL from New York a huge assortment NI.MEM' iu cases wheie other approved applica. PBICE,50 cents a box.
    Dec. 30 1R37. Dr. W. T. COI WAr, by his immediate ul Uroceiies and Provision conoi tin in of lions had failed. r
    Y yillTUKof a deed of nu.l executed by ; part utterly O:: None are genuine unless linedti
    and the Solo Proprietor, T. KII). B IFiliuni II. C& bell, '.fi the State of Virginia, Commnn Whiskey ; side printed wrapper.by the sole prop tfllT:

    they may be had at his Counting :..i i recorded in tie office of the ch rk of the couit Old: Rye elo; DUMFRIES REMEDY FOR THE PiLES I DEIl:, immediate successor to the aLl DrCo.U ,

    LL persons Chamber over No. 99, next door to J. of Jcfllrioii county, in the Territory: of Florda Coiunii r.U.11; The proprietor begs leave to reconmiei.d (which -For sale at his Counting IIo'

    . L Charles A. : Drug Store corner of Court und Ha \\ e, as surviving, trusses: will on M"n..lY! th-: Superior Ch impngnc and Cognac Brandy, he does with' the fullest confidence) one of the most IK, Court street near Concert Hall.

    to the near Concert Hall Boston, and also 5th February, l38, at the honi dt>.r .! Brown's Madeira Ciaret and Malaga! /Fme &.C. valniblc raiMdieii knowufor this troublesome and also by hit special appointment, oyTalbhawce.
    piyrntnt
    ,lairn will present the Medicines, (together with all those ether T.ivern in tl-e city of Talhhas,ee. s .II to the high- Common //oiiey-dew 'tobacco; painful contpamU Without going into detail ho I EWART 4 BALI

    1UtliXtLiC31Cd, or the as prepared by the late Dr. et bidder a1! 11it tractor pi reel of :land in Nud Srt.ip, Sug If. Collie, Raisins; deewllitenou-h to say, he has ire his possession 1,_

    ) by county JtfferMjn, ntaining by estimation 1120 Pickles.Cnier Porter, Can'I lea; the most undoubted testimonial that it has more Feb. ifs
    STEWART BARNARD, No. 6.) I acies "blchbram lAbell tesi-ied Scgari, Vini'gar.Powltr. S.iot &c.
    on J. : at tie completely answered the purpose for which it i. in.lendud. -
    DR GGln. time ".flijs death ; a'id b. ir'g all the laud t. "h.elil 1 .'lIs.,, a h'.ndtiomc snrtnicni of Dry Goods. than tiny other popular medicine NOTICE.
    ,
    June 22, 1835._ : 3 Jlf. he was entitled in sa'd: coun'y. The sale w ill le on i: Clothing. Crockery Saddlery Hats, Caps $c. This remedy perfectly innocent In its application IIESUBSCRIBER intending toIroio

    A CARD. a credit of SIX months, tie! rurcliaser: to give b nd [ which will: be sold low anti anoii>tnodaling icrms. to all conditions ageand exe.. Full direction T the Territory, offers 'o

    ti-h- Ht. DOUGLASS of East will nnd appiovctl 1 :security; and also a deed eil trust on I WILLIAM CENTER, description of the complaint &.c. accompanyeach tract of LAND, situated *b..ut sue miW*
    Florida the nnd, to secure the payment of ihe .nr.- .n.- No. 4 Berry's row. packet. which conkisUofl\\u boxes. Ointmentand co:1taist5
    ,;L ; : the Court Al'peah during the whole lahas>ee, nr Lake Jjcksoo
    | | muney. catifla, dilly expected, 25 bbl. superior Price $1 for the whol c**"
    Electuary. ; $ 51 ond T
    .11' *1. J, ioo which is to commence on the first n'e i. .. 1 50 of w hi. are cleared and
    have dnuht &c. rT0P'aund
    no of the e, Bi\CuIl.
    5 cents if but one of the articles i is wanted.
    He also offers for sale the giowioe
    ,
    tint, any profebJ.ioii.il business beinz g
    : l37.
    ruste- '
    will
    e Warra 10
    ." .t' .. to his care therein will receive prompt we have deuved from the or Sale hy STEWART1J.RNARD.. a set of Blacksmith tools a d faro
    atu-ntion. FOR SALE. and cotton gin.
    appearing by aa act. JJHiJOHJ a
    rr HAY ANA SEGA b
    1837. 17-tfBLACSMITIIING. tAL Light Jers. y M-jgsjon's with har- RS.6OOO This tract was formerly onSUPERIOR

    inhabitant of the all completeAlio two or three horse very superior Havana SEGARS, im- Simmons, h is on it a valuable
    ..
    .
    province of Texas it Tallahassee Per. lgt7.: .'- IKM. H. FRANCIS d direct,just received and ti.r sale at the its location po&sesses other conder.For
    : b
    icndant do appear here HichoTif himself ec. "0. H37. 21-tf ACCTIU iURT, by H. HACKLEY termsnpily to the TFLO'iA881iAuns25thiS37.

    ber and answer September 3Olh, 1S37 13NOTICl ,( Ito". .
    next ha
    opened a shop on Jfonroe LAW NO TICK. UNION BANK OF FLORIDA. .
    oame will be taken for ed by Wm Mun-
    oxup opposite
    the matters and things House wh&e ha intend cairying l'TM. M. ICANDOLPIf, ATTORNEY I AT a meeting of the Board of Directors en the :. COURI.

    And it a further buMucs He is now ready for LA '\ will practice in all the Courts : Dec 18J7, it bordered ta.t Books of p"LIE subscriber hd.just receive from Georgia FLOP*

    be printed monthly for his line. which will be executed with in Middle Florida and will 81t nd tsuch businciuas Subs"i lIi..I) f.ir the hole JL a fin: rite 50 saw gin, anJ three of 40 saws, MIDDLE DISTRICT

    oaper published in thii and despatch, and ui reasonable prices. may be entrusted 'o his care Office inil.e build TWO MILLIONS OF DOLLARS cas steel pUe; which he wish. a in sell on .-ucommodmin flo'ert, 11 Berry AssumIsit AIt1Ch'vs

    Tele, to business, and a desire Lu satisfy the ing formerly occupied by Call and Walker .f ad.iioi'at! Stock be continued at their. :; tctms. JOHN 1SLER l Sum's for $2Q0, '
    JtA. 13 October :!<*ih. 1637. 13-ti open Ei..ht miles east of Tallahassee.Nov. S 1837 Retun1iathl8I
    William
    hopealo receive a share of their patron Banking //une in Tallahassee sixty oays from this Bryan, ;

    WALLACE. NEW GOODS. day and at Jacksonville amt at St Augustine thirty 15, 1837. 15 HF. defendant in said casa jad all

    Mill "ork anti Plantation arid that all T will take notice of Lie
    ner Lucmda ad-Htional days, appraise menu and title paper FOR SALE. ested th4
    penon in the best manner. RECEIVED UUODS.an sup- t>e filrd in Bank at or before the ei pi ration sail by attachment as forfnuirtd

    ALL are Dec. 1, 1837. 0 o-Flour, of said sixty Bbls of Lime on board of the ti appear and plead to ibe decI1t'
    Lard .Kalt and !Moa-ses! and a general supply days.JOB I 001) theformof t'
    Olive
    P\RKffiLLC.sh'r. brig Branch expected to aecon'ias to
    said
    neat te Jtfartin .. of Groceries (for C..b or Cotton.) ill case, S
    C
    create an left, of entry dttcription, ntat- MARTIN d HART. Dec 13 1837 ltd arrive daily,.by SWAJM & MaDDEN, such CM made and provided

    Jwuf, $. III" : Jan. I J.ili.4... All the Florida papers 'Will giro the above two at 8u MarKt.D Jryeptibr
    ,
    I.rtion.. .:. t, 183T. J7-tf 837-