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

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ublishedevery FLORIDIANIs Saturday, nt FIVE Dollars per I Charles S. Sibley, '

annum, paid'= within the )'ur-or, FoUR Do.larsif. THE FLOBIDI.&N.1 u. S. Attorney Middle District'of Flo>>,

paid in aavanceADrEKTr .
at One Dollar | : his Bertiees
f.ME'-TS inserted per IcJ-OtTe.r proTeMional u Attorneyand
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square of fifeen: lines or Jess, for the first mscron CooneIIor &t Law,in'tta collection of debts,
,, and fifty cents for each subsequent ..nsen.on.Advertisements ._''''oJ> ___ J etc in Middle Florida. H. will attend alt tb.
marked with the number of "I FAIRE."
.nsfitiuns required not, will; be continued until forbid AI SRF.Z YOUS C: Courts in this DUlrici. Office next door to the
and! charred for. residence of J. D. We lcoU,Jr. Eq.

Letter to the Editor cm he buMn! sill ss iti 9o Qttm !! 1o I f !bb3 .'JlA tt h 1SISJ1ta ::u U i 1i>Qo Q.. .):[io.T I o OtlQ'' Tallahassee, January 25th, 1637. t5-tl'
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ACTSor a Branch of said bank in the Town of Marianna: and that the appropriation of the price of said land to the benefit of said infant measures; to appoint and regulate patrols, and to punish > remove -

TICLEGISLATIVE: directors of said bank be, and they are hereby required within children, according to their respective interest. vagrants; to establish quarantine regulations for the pre-

COUNCILor six months after the passage of this act, to establish a brrnch of Passed 10th, Feb 1838.-Approved llth' Feb. lS3?. servation of the health of said city (not incorrysatable} with the

THE said bank in the Town Marianna: : provided, the slot knolders laws of the Territory); to tax pleasure carriages, and carts and

TERRITORY OF FLORIDA. in Jackson County petition for the same on or before the first drays; to tax slaves resident in said city; to tax sales at auction,

--< >-- day of May next. not exceeding one per cent on the amount thereof; to tax real

"o. *>0.-AN ACT 10 authoiNc; the' Tiu>ie.... of Jeff r-on Academy, to rent Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That all laws so far: as they estate, not exceeding one-fourth of one per cent, on the cash valuation -
-cl.IJul Lards! "i.lI'n i ihe rood yof J di". rs-on, .in i f'.Ir 411 ih' r purr -Sf*. No. :56.! AN ACT to suppress tile t Issuing or circulating of Change Bills, an" estimated under
be
the conflict with the provisions of this act, be, and the same are for other purposes. thereof to by appraisers oath; to assess -

Section 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative hereby repealed. and collect a poll tax, not exceeding one dollar on every

Council of the Territory of Florida, That the Trustees of the' Passed 10th, Feb 1833.-Approved llth, Feb. 1838. Section 1. Be it enacted by the the Governor and Legislative white male over twenty-one years of age, and not exceeding two
Council of Territory of Florida, That from and after dollars free coloured male over
take on every twenty-one years, resident -
Jefferson Academy, be, and they are hereby authorised to
possession of the School Lands within the county of Jefferson, the passage ofthi; act it shall not be ]lawful for any person or in said city; to tax, restrain, or destroy all dogs, hogs, or

to use oil proper and lawful remedies for the recovery of the I I company, to issue any Change Bill or note of any amount below goats roaming large in said city. The said council shall have

same: in case possession should be refused to them, to lease the i I :\". .'4 -AN: ACT to iueorjH.rate Hi.. D.\ le InMituie. : d Flo-ula.' : the denomination of one dollar, under the penalty of one hundred power to pass>> all ordinance and laws necessary and proper to

dollars for each and every violation of the true intent and the and provisions of this act into effect, and to
same from Jear"to year, or for a term of years, not exceedingfive I. Section 1. The honoring! of the dead: and educating of the carry powers
meaning of this act. for internal] and order of said city
the police, good -
and to add such and conditions to each provide peace
years, stipulations living, being the dearest and most sacred duty of freemen, therefore -
I Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That none other than resident to establish by-laws for the proper transaction of business,
!lease as to them shall seem just and reasonable. I ( Bc it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Council of, ;
chiteiisofthis be elected director bank attendance of members. It elNlU
Tf'rrituryhall of
and haw and
a to compel ,
.
2. Be it further enacted That the said trustees Florida any
Sec. arehereby
<< i That the t following persons, aud their !uccc: sur> in of 'he
Territory. exercise control over the public cementries and burying
a general -
authorised and to receive such rents and office be and
empowered declared be and constituteda
profits ,
they are hereby to ,
Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, That in case of the insolvencyof grounds, used by the inhabitants of said city.
hereafter accrue said lands so leased as aforesaid and the and _
of the
as may upon body politic by name
style
corporate my bank, or forfeiture of its charter, no stockholder shall re- Sec. 9. Be it further enacted, That all taxes shall l he assessed
and to use all proper and lawful: means to recover the same Trustees of the "Dade Institute of Florida," and as such shall
ceit any share or dividend of the capital stock or assets of such annually for the said city, and taxes once assessed shall be con-
when neglect of payment occurs. I. be capable and liable, both in law and equity, to sue and be baths, until all its creditors shall have been fully paid and sa-' sidered as a debt due said city, and may be collected as such at
Sec. 3. Be it 1 further enacted, That the said trustees be, and I sued, to plead :and be impleaded, and shall have power and authority *
tisfiej. time within five It shall be tie duty of the
any
i common
they are hereby authorised and empowered to demand, sue for' to make all by-laws and regulations:, which may be necessary years.
Passed 11th, Feb. IB38.-\pprm"cd 11th, Feb. 1838.No. council at least once a year, to publish an account current,
and all such rents or damages as be due for the and
recover profits, may organization government of !said Institute, I
the whole of taxes collected and
amount the whole
and accruing upon the use and occupation of the aforesaid I provided such by-laws and regulations, be not repugnant to the I II showing of for the ,.

land,;, at any time heretofore used and occupied, and under) laws of this Territory, and to the laws and Constitution of the amount expenditures year preceding.Sec.
I 10. Be it further enacted, That all Jaws and ordinances -
whatsoever} pretence, claim or right, the same may have been United States, viz: ::;. AN: ACT for tIle relief ot"J. J. SanJ ; of the said common council shall be signed by the
used and occupied. The Governor of Florida, for the time being. i j maj.orand
Sec 4. Be it further enacted. That the trustees br, and they The President of the Legislative Council, fir the time being. Section J 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative-! ; clerk, and published in a newspaper, or posted up at three

are hereby authorised and empowered, and it shall\ he their duty The Judges of the Court of Appeals.Twelve ) ;. ., Council of the Territory of Florida, That the Treasurer' pay to : public places in the city, at least three days before they shall- be

.
to apply the moneys' !so received as aforesaid, in the education Trustees to he appointed' every five years, by the 'John J. Sands the sum of seventy-seven! dollars and sixty three; enforced.Sec.
it further enacted That
And be the
of pour children, within the county of Jefferson, and in such I Legislative I Council and Members) of the Council. cent* as a f full compensation for his services in guarding John;' W. ; 11. mayor and
of said Academy Twelve Davis indicted 'for'( murder '! aldermen of the said city of Key West, shall have no power to
proper and necessary repairs and improvement I| Trustees to be appointed every five years, by the I
as to them shall seem best calculated to advance the welfare President of the Institute. Passed llth 1 Feb. 1 1833.-Approved II th, Feb. 1838. j; fill up any street, or build or repair any bridge across that part
i of the city, known as the Pond, except such public bridges as
I
; and I usefulness of the institution.Sec. I The Guicralsof the U. S. Army, while] in commission.; II I
erected until the of the Jots the
5. Be it 'further enacted, That the act of 1832, incor The Generals of Florida, while in commis'iotJ. I, are now proprietors adjoining
I I Io streets across the said pond, shall have first filled up the said
porating Jefferson Academy, be so amended as to authorise The Generals who served who in the
or may serve,
I present 58. AN:: ACT to inc rp note the ity of Key We'.. lots; nor shall the proprietors of the said lots fill up the pond in
and empower the present trustees to appoint four- other tru Seminolc War, of the different States: during their natural live
i whatever so as to obstruct the of
tees'j ingress
manner or
to hate equal with themselves! and that the : The President of the Institute. 1 any egress
power ; Section 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative: tide water to and from the head of the said pond.
trustees,; from and after the of this act, shall consist,; often The Delegate in .
Congress.Sec.
passage Council of the
of Florida That
Territory all the white inhabi
i I Sec. 12. Be it further enacted, That all acts and parts of
and they, or .t of them shall have full to 2. Be it further enacted '
majority That the
power Trustees and
tants of that part of the Island: of Key West, comprehended within acts inconsistent with the provisions of this act, be and the same
fill any vacancy that may hereafter occur, by death or resignation. successors: in office hereby incorporated under the name tllf'ir'l the limits of the city of Key West, as designated by the plan are hereby repealed.

: i Trustees!; of the Dade Institute of Florida, :shall and may or map of said city now on file in the clerk's office in the County Passed"llth February, 183S.-Approved 11th Feb. 1838.
Sec. G. Be it further enacted), That all acts or parts of acts, j''i and use a common corporate seal and the !same may alter and I Monroe: (excepting that part at present, or that may here

inconsistent with the true intent and meaning of this act, be, destroy or resume at their pleasure. They hall also,; have I after be occupied{ by the United States for siilitary or naval purposes

and the same) are hereby repealed. I! power and authority to appoint{ such) I professors, [the Presidentof ) be, and the same are hereby, constituted a body corporate -

Passed 10th February, 1838.-Approved llth Feb. 183S. the I Institute only excepted] and teacher, and other officers j' by the name and style) of the City of Key West: and by I Xo. j3.! -\y ACT t. atnen 1 An Act illcru poraiisf tb&East and South Florida

as they may deem expedient ; and also to confer and )bestow annually said) Cot purate name may sue and be sued, plead and be implea-; Canal CcuiFany.

or otherwise.such diplomas or testimonials: of Scholarship ded, grant and receive donations purchase and hold real, mixed WHEREAS, owing to the existence of the Indian War which is

I in the arts and sciences, as; the student.! in said! Institute, and j and personal: property, and dispose of the same for the ben-I now raging in the Southern portion of the Territory, Flo-

;\0 31.-.iX: ACT the to prod coun 1 IP ic*f.r of for I'tanklm rr!ction'and Caliioun.f a Curt Ilnusv ui.J Ja'l 1 in the t graduates of other Institutions, may merit and deserve.Sec. I efit of said city: and do all the acts, possess all the rights, liLer-1 i rida, it is doubtful whether all the capital stock of the East

3. Be it further enacted, That the TiiMees shall br, ties and privileges, that a corporation, body politic, or natural i; and South Florida Canal l Company, will be subscribed for,

Section I. Ue it enacted by the Governor and\ Legislative: and, the same are hereby made able and capable of accepting, I person, may do, or possess,; ; and may have and use a corporateseal by the first day of May next, when, by the provisions of the

Council of the Territory of Florida, That the County Courts i holding! and being invested with all manner of property real, I II which may be altered at pleasure.Sec. books of subscription i to said capital stock, are required to be


the Territorial tax, to be exclusively used 1 in the erection ol :i immunities whatever, which may' belong: to the said Institute, at 'I' city shall be vested in a Common' Council: consisting: of a flavor Section 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legi.I t'-

Jail; and Court I Houses.J :j, any time, or which HMV be conveyed to the said Trustees,; or and four Aldermen, and soil "r6n.l ....--.---TU.:-...- -.. .i.., C 0":1 -f .uT _..?. -- ., -e 11",1.: Th all IhA, _.hal
r sI.l :;it .. : .; ... : ,. .. : -".'loT stub eoirl oon p any ot> -J..M
tin.
Massed February 10, ISJS.--\I111ro\'lII'-,11 i FVtiNo. 1R'tB. i tnes nt. :" :" V'1 :niie free ind exempt said mayor and I aldermen may appoint.tcc.
'Iron alJ and every kind nl taxation: |,.'. "'rrnrnorafionooiiniv j. i-U .1 I.'. wd .....-...a, That the annual election for on the said first day of May neil, the said hooks may be kept
or lerntory, for the proper Use, benefit and {beliool\ ol said( Institute mayor and aldermen shall be hrld. on tile nrt .Monday! nf De- 'open for the period of one year thereafter, unless the whole of

:32.; AN: ACT to inc rpoia-a the For; da St'-.uu' Pac':.tt Aou' aion. ; and the trustees aforesaid. shall be capable of purchasing cemher of each year, at such places as the common council may ]1 i I I he said capital stock shall be sooner subscribed; but wheneverthe

Section 1. Be it enacted htIle Governor and Legislative! !holding, selling and conveying. any property( real, perso- appoint, and the votes shall he given by ballot. Ail free white i I while of the said capital stock be subscribed upon the books

That John G. Gamble Ilial.[ or mixed, necessary, or expedient to the object, and! for the male citizens of the United States who are over twenty-one tears aforesaid, it shall be the duty of the commissioners to close
Council of the of Florida ,
-
Territory I benefit of the said Institute. I of age, who shall have resided within/ the limits of said: city three:i them, and then the same proceedings shall take place, as are

John Parkhill, Samuel Parkhill] Uoberttm, William P. Sec. 4. Be it 'further enacted], That the following members I mout11r, t next preceding; the day of election, and who shall have I!!t'required by the said third section of the said charter, to be
i
G. K. Walker
William H. Kiinhroiidi E. J. ,
Crane WoodJ
: of the Legislative: Council, be trustees:; of the Dade Institute: of I paid all legal taxes that tray have been demanded of them, shall adopted at the closing of' the said books in May next.

William; R. Damn, John D. Gray, Ben. Chaires, and J. Dayton :' Florida, for five years, v iz : E. Drake, W. J. Mills,;, J I). Hart, have a right to vote at election: for mayor: and aldermen author Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That the books of the St.

Wilson, and such other 1wrsois as may he hereafter atsoriated j 1). L. Kenan, \\'. Wyutl, '1.'. Brown, T. Livingston, R. Fitz- ised by this act. I Augustine and Picolata] Hail Road Company, be continued
with them shall be and constituted and declared ,
are hereby, | patrick, I hos. Douglas, J. S. Bell, A. S. Dozier, E. E. Black Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, That it shall }be the duty of the I open until the first of l\Ja'I83J.!
and of
to be a body politic and corporate, by the name style burn. mayor of said city, to order an election fur mayor aldermen, Passed llth February 1S38.-Approved llth Feb. 1838.
"The Florida Steam Packet Association and by that name
\! Sec. 5. Be it further enacted, That the following persons; be and appoint judges:; therefor, at least five days previous; s to the
and their and shall be capable in law of! _
!\ -
they successors assigns trustees of the Dade Institute tf, Florida, for five year"!, appointed day designated: fur the annual election; and if the mayor !shall

slicing and being sued, 1 pleading and being impleaded, albwer- \ by the president of said institute, viz : J. Mortem, R. Mays, I IIt. neslectto orlerand advertise, said election, it shall be-the duty

lug and being answered unto, defending and being defended, I J. llackley, .\. IMlamy, J. Parish, J. Scott, \\'. Bails, J.j! of the clerk of the common council to do so; and I in case of the rro. 60.-AN .\CTo: inco poratethePensacoIa'Ciiy: Company.

in allrotirls and places whatsoever, and shall have ]power to j, Warren, J. Cooper, A. A.: Fisher, R. Gamble, sen. A. Steele. ;: neglect of the clerk, or should there be no clerk, it shall he lawful \VIIEP.E.'iJliam H. Chase; Walter Gregory, John A. Ca-
alter
make and use a common seal: and the same at pleasure to I Sec. G. Be it further enacted: <<1, That there !shall he at least f for the citizens of said city, who may be qualified to vote 'for meron, Thomas M. Blount, Charles A. Davis, Morris Robinson -

and amend, and they and their successors= by the same name: and I j one annual meeting of the said 'Trustees, for the purpose of. members of the said common council, to assemble at any comenieit Sampson V. S. Wilder, Thomas Biddle, Elihu .

style t shall be capable; of purchasing!' holding, and com eying the, !' transacting,; the business! of the said Institute, at such places as: : place in said city, appo judges of the election, ;and then Chauncey, Samuel Jaudon, James H. Leverii, William A.

any property real or personal, necessary or expedient to I'I'otJjt'l.t I! the trustees may appoint, at which meeting, a majority: of the proceed to elect a mayor and four aldermen. The mayor and Booth, James D. Graham, Jackson Morton, Henry Hyer,

of*aid corporation. trustees shall be a quorum for the transaction of all business of aldermen so elected, shall immediately enter upon the dischargeof and Charles Le Baron, by articles of association,bearing
Sec. enacted That the stock of said j
Be further
2. it capital the corporation, but if it should, at any time, happen that such'! their official duties. If from a refusal to. serve by any member date the thirteenth day of January, in the year one thousand

corporation, shall! be thirty five thousand dollars, with the pri-I'. annuallllecting't should not be held, the said corporation shall not, I Ii elect, or by the occurrence of an equality votes given, or I eight hundred and thirty-seven, associated themselves into a

vilege; of increasing it to two hundred and fifty thousand' .i for that cause, be deemed tube dissolved, but it shall and may be''Ii other causes' the mayor and aldermen or either of them do not Joint Stock Company, for the purchase, bolding, and sale
lars divided] into shares of hundred dollars each, !
one transfer-1 t i lawful, on any other day, to hold such meeting in such mallller'' enter upon the duties of their office, the corporation for that of certain real estate in this Territory, which articles are recorded

able direct.in such manner as the said corporation by their laws shall :.I as !shall have been designated. by the by-laws and ordinances) ;I, cause shall not become void, but another election shall take in the Clerk's] office Escambia county: And whereas -

lof said corporation; and in case of any vacancy vacancies: ) place wiihin five days thereafter, nntil which election) if the : on the same day said real estate was conveyed in trust for
Sec. Be it That (for the of l
3. further enacted
management occurring in the board of trustees, by death, resignation or i. new council cannot he organized, the preceding mayor and aldermen the use and benefit of said associates, as in the trust deed,

said corporation, there shall be chosen by the {stockholders, five otherwise, it shall, and may be lawful, and the remaining!-\ shall continue in office till others are elected and qualified bearing date the same year aforesaid, and recorded as afore-
Directors of whom shall elected President i
one be chosen or tees, or a majority of them, are hereby authorised to fill such I to fill their places. And it is hereby made the duty of all said, to William H. Chase, Morris Robinson, anti CharlesA.
each share shall have and directors
and the
one vote, president vacancy vacancies, in such manner as shall be pointed out. |judge of election! acting under this charter, to make returns in Davis, Trustees, as specified therein, as by reference to

shall have power to appoint such officers under them, us they by the by-laws. and regulationsof the hoard oi: trustees aforesaid. ':,;writing of the result of elections, to be deposited and recorded said record will more fully and kt large appear.-Now, for the
deem to the of the I
may necessary carry on concerns company, Sec. 7. Be it further enacted, That J. A. L. Norman, be I; in the archives of the corporation. confirmation of said articles anddeed, and that said parties
to their duties and dismiss them their
prescribe >
t at pleasure. and he is hereby constituted and appointed President of tlu..1Dade I Sec. 5. Be it further enacted, That the meetings of the said may be better enabled to carry the provisions and covenants
Sec. 4. Be it further enacted That the Directors of the said
Institute of Florida, for the term of his natural life, inI I common council shall be public, and he held at such places, and therein, more fully into effect,
shall be chosen for and that in it should I
company that electioifof directors one year should, not be case made the i I consequence! of his zeal and perseverance in the prosecution i I at such times, as the majority of the council shall think! proper. Section 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative

happen an on i! of this matter, by him instituted. Nevertheless be it provided, I The mayor and at least two aldermen, shall constitute a quorum Council.of the Territory of Florida, That said parties above
day when this act it ought to be made the said
.pursuant to dereliction he shall for the transaction of' business. I of the absence inability named I their associates and be and
corporation- shall not for that cause-be dissolved, but such election -tThat for any malpractice _or gross duty> .. n case or I ;. assignees, successors, the
be removable by a vote of two thirds of the Legislative of the mayor, the aldermen shall appoint one of their own same are hereby constituted and appointed, in fact and in law,
touU-\\
be held other time and the directors for the
lime may shall continue at any hold ,their offices until new cil of Florida, in manner and form of impeachment, in number as }president: of the council, who during said absence or a body corporate, by the name and style o("The. Pensacola

hall being have been chosen in their to places a majority of said direc-ones case a president may be appointed by a majority said trustees. inability, shall exercise all the power and authority conferred City Company," and by that name, they and their associates,

; Sec. 8r Be it further enacted, That the compensation or on the mayor by this act. successors and assigns, shall have continued_ succession, and
said
shall be all business of
tors tion. competent to transact corpora- !salary of the president of the institution shall be at least equalto Sec. 6. Be it further enacted, That on the death, resignation, shall be capable and liable at law and in equity, to sue.and,be

any professor teacher, with any increase or perquisite, that or removal 'from the city, of any member, or in case of the absenceof sued, plead and be impleaded, of answering and being answer-
said shall
Sec. Be further enacted That the
5. it company I the trustees, shall deem proper. any member from the meetings of the council for more than ed unto, defending and being defended against, in all courts and

have ]liberty to transport passengers, produce, goods, and mer- I Sec. 9. Be it further enacted, That five members may con- two months without leave, it shall be the duty of the mayor or places whatsoever; and shall have power to make a common
New Orleans] and
handizc of and from
every description, to stitute a meeting for the transacting of business. president of the council to order an election to fill such vacancies : seal, and the same to alter] at pleasure, and to make by-laws for

the intermediate ports, to St. Marks\ and from the St. jl/arys Passed February 10, 1833.-Approved llth Feb. 1833.No. within five days, in the manner prescribed in the fourth the government of said company, not contrary to the laws of
via St. Johns rivers, or to such port or ports as may be designated I section. this Territory, or of the United States; and by the name and

by the said directors, and the boats of said association shall Sec. 7. Be it further enacted. That shall be the duty of the style aforesaid, shall be capable of contracting and being con-

not be compelled to take a pilot at any port in this Territory, mayor of said city, to see that the ordinances of the council are tracted with, receiving, purchasing, holding, possessing, using,

unless the Captain may think proper to do so. 5e. AN ACT to authorize Augustus Pongand [Poijaul I IJ] and Francis faithfully executed-to recommend for appointment all necessary selling, granting and conveying all the property and estate,
Sec. 6. Be it further enacted, That the directors of said com- Cue, the attorney of I'I J. Avicnior.ll andcunv l ,'y c sr am properyin land
city oftcers! and to recommend their removal, whenever by real or personal, now held by said parties under said articles,
fir the benefit ol! the chiUi en of aid Francis J. Avice.
pany shall settle the books and accounts of said corporation at I neglect or misconduct the interest of the city may require it. or said deed of trust, or which they may hereafter acquire, expedient -

least once a year, and submit a detailed statement of the transactions Section 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative He shall preside at all meetings of the council, and be entitledto and useful to the full exercise and enjoyment of the objects .

and affairs thereof to the stock holders at their annual Council of the Territory of Florida, That Francis Gee a dAugustus the casting vote-he shall recommend such measures as he of said company; and of leasing, hypothecating-pJedging,

meeting, and declare such dividend of the actual profits thereof, 1 Pongand, [Poujaud] the attornies in fact of FrancisJ. may think important to the public interest-he shall have power or mortgaging the same or any part thereof; and generally under -

as the condition of said company may justify, and the stockholders Avice, be, and they are hereby authorized to sell and conveyfor to convene the council at extra sessions-shall be judge ol the corporate name and style aforesaid, to do and performall

shall have power to make such by-laws for the governmentof the benefit of the children of said Francis J. Avice, accor- the inspections of the city ordinances, and adjudge fines and acts and things as fully to all intents and purposes as said

said company as they may deem proper, and not inconsistentwith ding to their respective interest in the same, certain lands in the penalties for the same. parties composing said association, or said trustees, could do individually

this charter, or the laws of the Territory of Florida. Territory of Florida, according to the terms and conditions set Sec. 8. Be it further enacted, That the common council of without this act; and said trustees,in said deed named,

Sec. 7. Be it further enacted, That this act shall be in force forth in a deed of conveyance from the said Francis J. Avice 'said city shall have power and authority to prevent and remove and their successors, shall have full power to ,act and do, as in
for
fifty years, and no longer. and his wife to Francis L. Daney and James Black, which nuisances; to regulate and establish streets, squares, and fencesin said trust deed is provided, and the acts and doings of said association -

Passed 10th;; Feb. 1838.-Approved 11th, Feb. 1838. deed is the only one between the parties, and is record in the said city;to establish and regulate markets, and provide. for i and of said trustees, under and in conformity to said

County of St. Johns, and District of East Florida, which said the safe keeping of standard weights and measures; to provide articles and deed, as well heretofore as hereafter, and also said

c. deed when so executed, shall be, and the same is hereby declared safe storage,of gun-powder, and to encourage efficient fire companies articles and deed arehereby'i; atifiedand confirmed.Sec. .

:\ to be of the same validity as if executed and made under ; to regulate and fi.c the' assize of bread; to prohibit all ., '2. Be, it further enacted, That this act shall continuein

"union 53. A Bank N ACT of Florida to repeat 19 far An as Act it relate to incorporate to the establuhment the Stockholders of a Urancli of!the in and by the authority of the Superior Court for said County and sorts of gambling; to license, tax or restrain billiard tables,:nine force for'the'term often years from Us passage; and no, lon'

*"" rianni. District. or ten pin alleys, and oilier public games, shows, or amusements ger Provided, That before this law takes effect. ,the said: incorporations

Section 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That said Francis Gue, and ; to license, tax, or,restrain keepers of bar,I grogshops'; shall 'pay i into the Territorial Treasury all the

Council of the Territory Florida, That the thirty second sec- Augustus Pongand [Poujaud] shall, before signing a deed for and retailers of spirituous liquors; tax hawkers,. pedlart,'and taxes ,due .the Territory, for. auction, sales' .cf, the, new town. of f

the,original charter of the Union Bank,..,be, and the the above mentioned purpose, file with the Judge of the County transient traders,,retailers of dry goods,:eommlssWtoerehantt, Pensacola. '*' ? ;' '* 0.

II.rne'11 hereby revived so far as it relates to the establishment of Court of said County a bond, with sufficient security for the I and. auctioneers; to appoint and license weighers, guagers, and Passed February llth, J J838Approved llth Feb. ]836.TMr .



b J

AND RESOLUTION No. 12. Mobile was grit settled by the. te1\tla in 169 "',1"11i39
\ act aud things as fully to all iutents and purposes as said come destitute of subsistence for their families, and unless PREAMBLE De :oto landed at Tampa Bay, with 1000 men u from I Havana,

Ia-ties composing said: association, or said trustees, could do individually some protection is given them, they will be compelled (h>w- WHEREAS, the erection of Marine: Hospital at some pointon and spent three years infighting the Indians, whom he repl'c1t_
w'ulmut this 8CI; and said trustees,in said deed named, ever unwilling) to abandon their homes and remove fromthe the Gulf Mexico: within the limits of Florida, is calledfor edly vanquished. He closed his career near the mouth of Red I
and their successors, shall have full power to act and do, as in country. It is believed that one full company of dragoons bv the claims which sick and distressed Manners have River, having: penetrated thus far from Tampa.
said trust deed i is provided, and the acts and\ doing of said as-, will entirely prevent the inroads of the Seminole on the f frontier "the aid and c sympathy of a humane and commercial people
fociation, and of said trustees, under and in conformity to said of this part Middle: Florida, and enable the inlubi- upon And whereas the of St. Marks! Apalachicola and
articles and deed, as well heretofore as hereafter, and also said tants: to remain at home and cultivate their farms for the present which ports annually from thirty to forty Correspondence nl"ih Chr\tl >sfon :Mercury.WASHINGTON .
of
St. each export .
Joseph, Feb.24 .
: : 183$
articles and deed ratified and confirmed.Sec. : Therefore,
are hereby year bales of and enjoy a lively commerce in
thousand cotton,
2. Be it further enacted, That this act shall continue Be it resolved by the Governor and Legislative Council of destitute! of the means of accommodation There is a duel on foot to-day, and much agitation prevail
in force for the term of ten years from its passage; and no lon the Territory of Florida, That the President of the United Statesbe : other commodities relief due to are the intrepid, but often times unfortunate at the Capitol in regard! to it. )Ir. Cilley, of Maine! and Mr( :
and
ger; Provided, That before this law takes effect, the said incorporations requested to order the Secretary of War to station one full sailor And whereas, the citizen? of St. Joseph, have made Graves, of Kentucky, have gone out to fight, with riflPI, at the|,
shall pay into the Territorial Treasury: all the company of mounted dragoons, armed with rilK's, on the frontier : and eligible site, a donation! of murderous distance i of thirty )'anls. They' are both dead shot| tat
taxes due the Territory for auction sales of the new town of of Jefferson County, and that they remain on that frontier irar !said Marine city, at a healthy for the accommodation ofsailors, sixty )"ard Mr. Wise has gone second to Mr. Grave,; ajMr. ,|(
Pcnsaeola. !il until the Indians are e'ntirelremunu: for the protection of laid to a : Hospital :: Duncan, of Ohio, as second of Mr. Cilley. The result i j.
from that and the adjoining
r ports.
Passed February I llth, 1838.-Approved llth Feb. 1 1rco. 1838 I :Middle: Florida. Bt it therefore Revived: by the Governor and Legislative waited for with intense anxiety. .. '
Resolved That this Preamble and Resolution he I HALF-PAST 30 CLOCK, r.M
a COPof ill Congress
That the -
of Florida Delegate
Conn. il of the Territory '
Chief CKrk of this Council, and | The parties went out about twelve o'clock.. 1. evert Was
i President and }
01.\ -AT* ACT to nn-.t-ri'l An Act entitle!, An Art to tncorpo'ate the signed by the : to urge t that: body the necessity of anappropriation die
requested !
Southern C'ilicg'j{ at St. Au-ustine, 3I'pro\'e.l1-\brllJrr; llth, I4I>7. 1 forthwith; transmitted to the Hon. Charles Downing, and that : oe of for the upon erection of Marine:: Hospital! at hour appointed; but )Ir. Graves was not ready:, not \Ila\illS'\ }
he be requested: to urgeand procure the station of said companyby t money Preamble and Resolutionbe 1 I completed] some writing. )Ir. Clay, it U said, has ((, ( rc
Section 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative j the War Departuunt. the Citof St. Joseph", and that this Downing.Adtlptctl i parties as a mediator, I but t. fear to no purpose: Cilley! i is an
Council of the of Florida That if time hereafter (forthwith t forwarded to the Honorable Charles ...,
at
Territory any I Apopjcd :20lli l Jan. 1833.-Approved 30 Jan. 1S33. Feb. 1833. obstinate man, and will listen to no accommodation, upon
5th
any trustee of !said College\ : shall cease to be a resident of j 2d, I eb. 1 S38.-Apprm'l'll terms that )Ir. Clay would he likely to suggest. The District

the Territory of Florida, his situation as Midi trustee: !shall he I RESOLUTION, No. 7. Attorney, Mr. Key, has taken out a process against all the,

considered. vacant.( I PREAMBLE AND RESOLUTION. 13. parties find a posse Ins: been patched! to arrest them.'e
Sec. 2. B,. it further enacted, That no person shall be eli-) j i 13(' it resolved< cVslc, to the ofiice! of trustee ax aforesaid, who shall nut he, at the Territory of Florida; That our Delegate in Congress be, Wll1mIfrom: ? the Destitute :and ruined situation of the County The quarrel} : i U not between Graves and Cilley, but between
the( tiin elf big election, a citizen of the United Stsea; : resident : and he is hereby; requested{ to mice:; his best exertions: to have a of Duval in consequence of the Indian War, which renders -j I Col. Webb, of the Courier, and Mr. Cilley.) Col. Webb thai
of said( Tc'rrh"I'al1cl vv ho shall: not have: resided therein mail route established from :Monticcllo Jefferson county, passing it altogether! unable to raise money by taxation, and ''lclIU'l'cIIr.:: Cilley on account of some personal allusions made
at 1 lenM:: fix nil+nll," nt-\i: jnivnlmp Oic, du.> of election. :i j through the northern e( nlomont) of Mni1i Sec. 3. 1 Bt' it Im-lhcr enacted, That :all appointments or c'c- thiuiigb I Hamilton county, to the Gadsden Spring on by military companies, in the service: of the United States and Mr. Graces bore the challenge. Mr. gluey declined the .
lion of president or pro fetors of said college, shall be made: J Suwannec river. used: as quarters, and from the causes: aforesaid! the said CourtHouse : of II/ebbs invitations, but !signified his willingness ac.ceptance
at a Mated nutting( of said board of trustees, or at a meeting,| I>e it further resolved, That the President and Chief Clerk, J has become so much mutilated and broken, that it is consider :Mr.: Graves Webb's representative! if Mr. Graves to

. specially called 1 for' that purpose{ of which latter meeting and :|sign this Resolution, and transmit the same forthwith to time Im u. almost useless: to the county.Therefore should choose to take up the affair. Mr. Graves accordingly

the object thereof ten days notice at least shall he g'en.. I, (Charles Downing, our Delegate in Congress. Be it resolved by the Governor and Legislative challenged) Mr. Cilley; and Mr. C. accepted it, choosing the
S'c.1.. Be it further enacted, That so much of the act to i Adopted January 2Gth, 1833.-Approved January 30, 1838. Council of the Territory of Florida, That our Delegate Congress I rifle as the weapon, and fixing the time for the next niorninr; ; _
which thi, i j.. an amendment\ as provides that the lands acquired : be requested! to use; ; his best endeavors to [procure the [passage this morning. They are well matched in regard to skill and
bv) said trn.\I'r.! shall be Mild within t five years fiom the date of; : of a law appropriating! live thousand dollars for the repairsof ''I practice in the use of that fatal weapon. They are on :
an
their' :ncrnn-ition, if not wanted for the of]; PREAMBLE AND RESOLUTION No. S. Ilnll
necessary purposes the said Court e. I equality in other respects: -both being married men, with families
said college<< and oilier parts of !said act, inconsistent with the And be it further Resolved, That this Preamble and Resolution little -
} of children and both
I WHKUEAP: it i is important in all new countries where the population i being 'mmg-a rising! thirty.
provisions of this act, be and the same are hereby repealed. the Prcsidentand Chiel'Clcrkofthis1Ion-e: I
} be signed by The observed and when :Mr.
(as in Florida) is rapidly increasing, and especially greatest 5ecrecwas ; Graves
Passed 11th February, 183S.-Al'prm'cc111th' Feb 1 1838.PREAMBLE under a republican government, which) i is based% and relics for:j''i 'and when approved by his Excellency the Governor, it be for If left the city, he informed- his wife that he wag going to attend

its: stability upon the general intelligence and virtueof the pco- '!, warded to the Honorable Charles Downing, our Delegate inC public dinner in Baltimore. But notwithstanding their pre-

AND RESOLTION, Xo. 1. plc} the source whence all I political} power cminates, to provide i ougress.! caution, the affair got wind), and J/r. :Mercer, of Virginia was
| Adopted 5th, Feb. I 1838.-Approved 8th, Feb. 1833. Blaclen hur with officers I hour before the
I as early as possible, and in the most ample manner which | at police Jin meeting
'rJIlnItlae County of Alachua, has been for the last two the circumstances: \ the communitx will permit, for the education took place. Owing to this, the parties! drove to another place,
years, deprived of t the advantages of the mail, either from the of the rising generation: And; whereas, Florida i is al- HESOLUTIO0.14.. about three mile distant, and where there was no danger ofbeinb

East; t, North, or Nest, and no letters or papers received by mo>t entirely destitute of the necessary nwan..lir that purposeon j I' molested.:
the citizens, except by private conveyance. the account of the !'trrilitof, a coni idl'rhh'llOrtioli of the RESOLVEDb\:! : Governor and Legislative-Council of the.. t! It a pears: that Wise and Menifee acted as second Grave:,
Be it therefore resolved by the Governor and Legislative i !sixteenth sectionwhich have been reserved (for the .support j I I Territory of Flo.;rich, That the Delegate in Congress (from the I| and Bynum and Calhoun of Kentucky, for Cilley. Thcywere

Council of the Territory of Florida, That the Delegate; in I ol'Srhoolanti: in con Conmvss: and he i is: hereby; rCIx'ctlitihrcq1n ested to enquire try hI\'ing-Iw,11: granted to private individuals! by the British ; approprfation i) of (live thoiismd dollars for the opening and put-j h across the wind, which was blowing very keen at the time. The
into the rau- "sof the failure: ol the contractor to deliver the I James WatMUi and oilier-! :''first and second round attended with effect it
and Spanish Governments l before its transfer; to the United :j till'g in repair the rlli"ullaill out by <.r* was no as appears
mail at the different po>t offices in said county, and to urge a J jcoatIIr States, without any reservat.on of school land.-: And \rhcre-I from point near thehnu-enl'PeterlV.GautierseniornnSt.Aii-I they fired too high, and were much annoyed by the ir.tensecod!' !

\nc! (' with the contract. 1 as, also owing/ to the great extent and conformation: ( our drew?: Bay to its:;; intersection with the compass road: thence: vs ith i land I( high! wind. At the third fire, Mr. Cilley wa< :shot in the
Be it further resolved, That a copy of the fore nillC" Pr'am-I I sea coast, the number islands: adjacent thereto, ami the i that mad to Dry Creek, near McQuai, Mill, thence to the ':j Iichif'and:; instantly fell, breaking the stock from his rifle in
ble and, Resolution, be Mgned i by the 1 President! and Chief Clerk, numerous large rivers and lakes with, which the interior of nearest;,; and be"t route to Webbvilk- the county of Jackson.RESOLVED ( the,, fall. lIe expired in about three minutes afterward'.

nml:)( forthwith :, miI".1: I to the! Honorable Charles }Downing.Passed ) the c'ollnti1JOlllllh( there arc, and I necessarily. noel l be, a : 'l'hatthec) Resolutions niter receiving neces-1 j It appears that :Mr. Clay, of Kentucky; followed the parties
<< Janu.inSih; 16J6.-.1 p novcd Jan. 15, 1638. this Delegate in Conzress. with view amicable of the matter
great manv: (fi nctional township-: Territory containing i sary attestation, be transmitted to our a attempting an adjustment ,
less than :- \h'l'n sections each, I nOlle_of which have any Apoptcd) 5th, Feb. 1833.-Approved 8th), Feb. 1833. 1 but arrived too late.
schoollancl... j Another account is, that an attempt was made to adjust the
PHEIBLEXD:: RESOLUTION No. i!.
It is therefore Resolved 1)the Governor and Legislative REsOLUT&O! | affair after the first fire, but it was rendered ineffectual 1 by the
PREAMBLE:: AND No. 15.
WHEREAS: the navigation of the Suwannce and Santa Fc Council of the Territory of h'lurida1'hat our Delegate Congress ] j refusal of Wise
be requested) to use his exertions to the enactment i :Mr. Duncan of Ohio, attended as physician! and he, onleav-
rivers are considerations of great: importance) to the counties procure WHEREAS:;: it has been usual: in the United! States Government,
of Alachua, Columbia, .Madison and Hamilton from the I of( a law, authorizing: the selection, in such!) manner as the Governor ; to confer brevet rank upon meritorious officers/ of the Army ing the ground, is reported to have said, "that it wasa d-d
jrrat: bodies: of t fertile hind: bordering the said rivers and the and f Legislative Council shall direct, other land( in }placeof for distinguished: bravery and ;good conduct in the presencenfthe cold blooded murder and that Webb should not leave Wa h-
adjacent countrx\ ; the shipment) of the product+ (from v.hic !such sixteenth sections, as shall prove to he of little or no enemy. and more particularly when that enemy hasbeen I i ill,tloll City, if he (Duncan) could any how get him to fight."
districts: must naturallx\ )pas>, through said channels. And it value: on account of the sterility of their soil, or other cause, and beaten and routed hall inferior/ force( and whereas, the I i I It i is also rumored, that there was much unfairness in placing ,
also the selection and l location ;,1'a of lands ([ Cilley in a bad position. I
quantity equal to
beinr; moreover ol great: importance to the government of I conferring of brevet has been continued during the Seminole
th: United States: that th, ii- i-icr: tJoii of co"1; crn..u,* !lu-. Iln- one! thlrtv sixth: part of all the lands which may have been gran- War for similar services, and this Legislative; Council, he- ; I have no idea that the matter is endedand I predictthntue I
prO\fo Ati --,.. ,- -I'C Str irnllnalc now employed<< in tnuisinrtjug t.>.l out as aforesaid by the British: or Spanish Governments licviii"that tin1 pr.';"":" nl" 1,.." .... .....I .* '* t .>.oritoru u? vf ;!; shall have three or four more duels growing out of the atllair.
supplies\ ) fur the u'1lIY.u ascend at all times w thoutdifiiculty. and of i ho said fractional: to1151I11'.I .....1...II..III:$ LIIe.u'[ Oj r...... ,:.- f._ ---*- cnll"C !been overlooked.Be The South have lost' a nook, a generous: .mil a href1fUlf.r : .
said laudncl) of l'nil ..(!I.<., l.m-U; appropriated' the support of( it, therefore Resolved, by the Governor and Legislative! I I Mr.r Cilley was ranked as a firm, warm-hearted!, and devoted
Be 'it therefore resolved by the Governor and Legislative common schools in this Territory, in such manner, and upon Council of the Territory of Florida, That they entertain the : champion of Southern rights, interests, and feelincrs. He was
Council of the Territory of Florida, That the Delegate in such terms, conditions provisions as are prescribed to the Ilidl..'>;t opinion of the meritorious services of Captain Daniel: : descended from one of the noblest bloods of the -rr\clu\ on'-
Congress, be respectfully requested to endeavor to State of Ohio' in An Act entitled An Act to authorize the Leg \ ;; His grandfather, Col. served
procure an I) :Tomkius of the 1st (Regiment of Artillery in thv; ;erviceofthe Cilley, through the whole war,and
appropriation of thirty thousand dollar, for the of islature: of the State of Ohio to .sell the lands: heretofore/ appropriated ;' commanded the famous New
: purpose removing United' :States, for the gallantry and good) conduct displayed: by Hampshire regiment, which was:
the obstructions to the navigation of the Suwannce and) for the use of schools in said state, approved 1 1st February him in the different actions in which he has: been engaged, during distinguished alike; for its gallantry and its success.

Santa Fc rivers. ]1820. the present war, and particularly; that of :1n Felasco, where
Be it further resolved, That a copy of the foregoing Preamble And it i is further Resolved: That a copy of the foregoimrPreamble he charged and beat the ('lIrmwith an inferior force.

and Resolution: be certified to by the President: and Chief l and Resolution be signed by the President :and Chief Be it further (Resolved: ), That the Governor be. and he i is NEW YORK, February 23.
Clerk of this House, and.I forwarded to the Honorable Charle Clerk of this Legislative'ouncil. and transmitted (forthwith to hereby requested to caws a copy of three Resolutions; : to be (forwarded THE LATE FIRE A r WEST POINT.: The burning of the
Downing. the Hon.[ Charles Downintr! our Delegate in ConirressAdopted : : to the Hon. Charles Downing! our Delegate in Congrecs building at the Military Academy) West Point, which 'we gave
Passed!' 26th Jan. 30th, Jan. 183S.-ApprO\.t'll 2d, Feb. 1838.; nn account of t the day before yesterday will
January 18bS.-Apprm'c 1 1838. with a rctIui) ( t that hen ill tat them before( the President: prove a serious
of( the Uniti-d I =Mates, and that he will use his exertions to have loss to the Government. A friend on the spot writes iis that be
the brevet rank of aIajorin the United States cenlrredl estimates the damage at 50000. Thus in a few hours, says
PHE.IBLEXD::\ RESOLUTION, No. 3. PREAMBLE AND RESOLUTION, No. !0. Army he, "what has been the labor and of h'as
on Captain Tomkill"coptl'lIHth 'workmanship years
has been destroyed."
WHEREAS, The citizens of Alachua, Columbia, Hamilton and WIlr.nFIh": Congress! of the United States, by the "" -.11-1 .:\(! Feb. 1833.-Approved Sth, Feb. 1838.PREAMBLE .
.Madison counties, are deeply interested! in the !speedy navigation teenth section of an act entitled, 1l1 act establishing the
Suwannee and its tributary stream, and there having Territorial Government of Wisconsin' :approved 20th April, [ AND RESOLUTION No. 1C. FROM THE VERMONT: FRONTIER.
)been a memorial from this House all cally, so1idtin!an appropriation .183()," appropriated' the sum of live thousand: dollars, to be We have received the following information from a source-
: for the improvement of Suwannee and Santa Fe ,c\pellcll.'dllndcr: the direction the Legislative i Assembly of.: WHERTIA.S the County! Court Jefferson County\ have by direct entirely to he relied upon, to which we entreat the attention of
rivers, and -whereas! this object of navigating said rifer, said Territory, in the I purchase of a Library (for the l aecom- tax on its citi/.en< raised the sum! of about five thousand: |i members of Congress and of the executive; authorities :
cannot beadvautageously accomplished without a port of entry modation of said Assembly, and of the Supreme) Court established i dollars:\ for the building of a Court House in said County I Extract of a letter to :a gentleman in this city, dated in Vermont
at or near the mouth of Suxvnunee: by said act : And, whereas, ('wrrerriton' of the which amount has: been expended, and the building ha? not February llth, 1S3S.; ..
Be resolved: therefore by the I Legislative Council of the United States has equal claims upon their justice and; libpr- been completed; the citizens of !said county request an'appropriatinn "The Canada fever i ii in some degree revived here. Ilk
Territory; of Florida, That the Committee on the State of thc ality: And whereas the same reasons: exist i lH'rels prompted i for its ('oup1)letinnand( that: the superior court of this t I supposed than an incursion into the lower Province i is soon to I
Territory, be intruded to enquire into the expediency 1 of me to that appropriation. I Territory be entitled on all occasions to its use, free of tu. be made, and that at the same time a general rising is to takepbc -
moralizing Con; s l for! the establishing: ) a Custom House at or TIll( rc'lim', Resolved by the Governor; and Legislative: Council and charge: Provided such appropriation be made by Congress : The arms :and munitions of war collected and purchased -
near the mouth of St111':1I1II'C. of the Territory of Florida, That our }Delegate: in Congress thereforeBe in this state, (Vermont,) have, in the course of the last week, I
Passed January 18, 1837. : be requested to ask of Congress; a similar appropriationto it Resolved, by the Governor and Legislative Council of been transported to the frontier. From the increased vigilance
be expended by and under the direction of the Governor and the Territory of Florida; That our Delegate he requested to an the Province, and the collecting of arms and men, it is appa .
Legislative) Council of the Territory last aforesaid, in the purchase urge before Congress an appropriation of four thousand dollars I rent that the plans of the Patriots have been communicated to
PREAMBLE I AND RESOLUTION No. 4. of a Library, (for the accommodation of said Council, for the purpose! of completing the building of a Court House in he Canadian Government. The efforts of the Patriots: I think

\VflrRfTII: trade between: the towns of Apalnchicola and\ and of the Court of Appeals of the said Territory of Florida. Jefferson County.Rt must fail. The force of the Government is too great to be over

St. Joseph and the commercial Cities= of the Union, has increased Resolved further, That a copy of the foregoing Preamble and' -s01vel, That; a copy of the foregoing Preamble and Resolution come by the means now in the hands of the Revolutionists. We
to an extent calling f for the notice :and protection of the Resolution he f forwarded to the Honorable Charles Downing, he signed by the Prcsidentand Chief Clerk, and transmitted ire expecting every day to hear of the attempt to enter the Pro-
General (;iovernrncntand whereas, all vessels bound to and Delegate in Congress from this Territory, by-his Excellency the to the Hon. Charles Downing. vince.-Nationallntelligenccr.COMMUNICATION.,
from thoseportsac well as! those employed in coasting trade Governor, with a request that he give h"immediate attention. '| Adopted Gib, Feb. 1833.-Approved\ 8th, Feb. 1833. >-

between New Orleans and St. Marks, are necessarily exposed Adopted January 30, 1838.-Approved 2d Feb. 1838. j IRESOI1UI'ION I : .

to the dangerous navigation:: around Cape St. Bias: -which is I PREAMBLE AND RESOLUTION No. 17. :MEETING AT MARIANNA.
regarded by :Mariners as the Hatteras of the Gulf: its shoal No. 10. i The suspicions of the citizens Jackson County having been

projecting from eight: or ten miles to sea, and which in many Resolved, by the Governor and Council WHEREAS: the character: and merits of Captain G. S. Drane, excited by the conduct of Samuel Pasmore, a meeting of the
of
instances: has proved dangerous to human life, and destructive Territory of Florida, That our Delegate Legislative in the i i i t of the second Regiment of Artillery ol the United States Ar- people was held at Maiianna on the first day of January 1838,
And whereas ( Congress be re- my, entitle him to the esteem and notice of the of this take the
to property: a Light House erected on the people to same into consideration.: The meeting was more
jspectfully i requested to use effort the
most eligible I point on said Cape, would be eminently useful I'I a law, giving to the counties, every: of Columbia to procure and Alachua passage of;'I|i Territory, and to the consideration or his Government: And numerously attended than any ever before held in the county.It .

to all vessels bound in to Apalachicola and St. Joseph, or entire I I; quarter section of land each, to be located in of, one !I whereas, in the opinion of this Legislative Council, his mer- was organised by calling Peter Simons Esq. to the chair, and
employed in the coasting trade, I i j unsold lands in said! counties; the funds of which be any the 1 during the Seminole hostilities, have not received) from his appointing; Dr. //'m./ B. Cheesbarongh, Secretary.The .
Be it therefore resolved the to appropritated ;,' country that award which they have merited and which
by Governor and Legislative> to the building of the Court Houses and Jails has objects of the meeting were then stated to the accused
Council of the Territory of Florida That our Delegate Con- cou ntles. in said I II II not been withheld from his fellow officers, therefore/ ,i and all the evidence read. He was then asked to select whether -

gress he requested to urge upon that body the necessity and I i f i Be it further Resolved, That the President Ue it Resolved by this Legislative Council, That the President the meeting should pass upon the question of his guilt or innocence -
and
utility of erecting on Cape St. Bias a suitable Light House, and I of this house, do sign these Resolutions and that Chief Clerk : of the United :States be, and he is hereby, most respectfully or that the same should be referred to a committee.
that this resolution, properly authenticated, be forthwith trans- led to the Governor for his approval and, thbe ban- I i solicited and recommended to confer upon the said! Captain G. lie preferred the latter course, whereupon the chair appointed
mitted to the Delegate in Congress. I possible! despatch to the Hon. Charles, transmitted: 1 with loll I S.; Drane a brevet promotion for his services in Florida, and the following gentlemen, as a committee, viz : Saml C. Bella

Passed Jan. 23d )J838.-Approved 2Gth, Jan. 1838.: Adopted 31st January, 1838.-Approved Downing.2d Feb. Be it further Resolved, That a copy of this Preamble and my Win B. Cheeshorough, D. W.Home, D. Pittman, S.
1838. Resolution, be forwarded to the President of the United :States:; Daniel, Win Garbeft, Win E.JIarvey. A. Hart, D.. Patterson,
and another copy to the Delegate in Congress. Williams Dickson, Jas. O. Baxter and W. Horne ; who, after
RESOLUTION No. 5. PREAMBLE* AND RESOLUTION No. 11. Adopted 7th, Feb. 1833. consultation, reported as follows: That agreeably to the evidence

RESOLVED by the Governor and Legislative: Council of the WHKREAS: at the present time" the Mail from Tallahassee to -- before them, they find Samuel Pasmore guilty of endeavoring
Territory of Florida, That the Bon Charles Downing be requested Jacksonville is only conveyed once in two weeks; and whereas, RESOLUTION No. 18. to entice slaves to run off with him to a free,State, sad

{ to introduce a Resolution in Congress to extend the' it is necessary: and proper that there should -ben quick and Resolved the of endeavovoring to get them to steal money, and commit rob
by Legislative Council oldie Territory of Florida bery for that Signed all of the committee.
Franking privilege to thcxGovernor and Secretary of the Territory prompt communication between Tallahassee, the Seat Government purpose. by
That his Excellency the Governor be and he is the
of Florida. of the Territory, and East Florida hereby, It was then moved and seconded that thcmeetingsustain:
the Seat of
the
Adopted Jan. 26th, 1838.-Approved 30th, Jan. 1838. Indian War; authorized to cause to be deposited at Fort White on the Santa report of the committee,which motion was unanimously carried.On .
Fee River, Fort Palmetto the Suwannee River and such motion of resolved,
Therefore, be it Resolved by the Governor and at Captain Pittman, it was unanimously
Council of the Territory of Florida! That our Delegate Legislative in Con- point in West Florida as may bo accessible for the inhabitants I that the proceedings of this meeting be published in the Flori-
of Walton Washington, such provisions as will afford diau and Watchman. Said Pasmore of
PREAMBLE' AND RESOLUTION No. 6. gress lequested to use his best endeavors to have Semi some is about 52 years age
weekly mail established from Tallahassee to Jacksonville.a relief to the suffering inhabitants in those districts: The suppliesso a cabinet maker by trade, red complexion large eyes, dark
WHEREAS, the recent depredations of the Seminole Indians on Be it further Resolved, That this Resolution be! furnished, to be placed under the charge of commissioners to hair, stern countenance, peremptory:in his language, very quarrelsome
the frontier ol( Je from some quarter the of drafting has been distribute the same to those inhabitants who arc destitute of his and is
; system ) pursued the Governor be requested to forward it forthwith provisions gait, generally uses a cane when walking. He supposed
until l the patience of our citizens has been exhausted, they have Delegate in Congress. to our or of the means of transportation from points where to be in Philadelphia.' PETER SIMONS, Cb'n.

been dragged trorn'iheir homes until many of them have be Adopted 2d, Feb. 1838: Approved' 5th, Feb. 1838, they may be purchased. WM. B. CHEESBOROUGH, Sec'y.The ,
Adopted Feb. 9, 1838. Philadelphia J>ai>ersa. C, rerjucsted to publish the'abow.all .



----.-. Now it will be observed, that the Secretory \. S T. AUGUSTINE, Feb. 17-OUR WAR.J I -

iijroiiw IAN, of War does not say that the letter of the -Theschr Amelia arrived on the IGthj I V y K anatitbori>ed ;announce C.'p:. THO- ---VIRGINIA- STATE: LOTTERY. .- ; A

Chairman of that meeting, him the first v / AS REmor.Ds of M'ecosnkie candidate MARINEINTELLIGENCE.
gave frelligence. Indian River as a A
'J'ALL.tIIAS1E, om Inlet, which place she to PI TAL Pi izcs,3OOOO, 1OOOO 6OOO3OOO _
re.-rrsent Leon in the State Contention. C
int But this matter is put to rest left on the 13th inst. From letters which March 10 County SOuO, 5U of 1OOO. &c. Sale will PORT OF ST. MARKS. '
MA1JCH 10. 1833.Vc by the letter of Gen. Jesup, of the ISth of close on Wednesday 14th inst. *4
February written before hare been received from the army, we E are authored to nnnouace LESLIE A. WM: WILSON March 1st, Cle-ared-Sloop Yetn, E. Nyc, master
by any possibility, learn that Gen. THOMPSON EQ., ss acandidatr to repre- .March 10 ,for New Orleans,24 bales cotton.
\ understand that some of tho Stockholder the letter of the Chairman of the meeting Jesup was at Jupiter Inlet s ent Lei.n County in the State Convention. March 2, Schr. Evalma,Joseph Baker master
,
of 1 the I iOhI H->'>k have expressed could have reached Washington, and a letter on the llth. Two Chiefs (Tuskegce and March 10 ICE ICE for !*ew York. 231 bales cotton to Hamilton If Co.,

their di-SHlMartion I I with I tle: course) pursued from the Secretary of War could have been Halleck Ilajo,) and about one hundred "|HE friends of Col. UOBEKT DCTLER spfcTi:; I HAVE just re-cived and deposited in my Ice and others. -

Lv a Member of 1 the) Council, from I this I countv received bv (Jen. Jesup, inasmuch as his letter warriors, visited Jen. Jesup's camp a few _J him become a candidate for the S ate Con3Ia ton Company House.a fn'l Ice' cargo and expect of the soon best quality to r? .eive of Bot-an- for zMirch_ New York.t, SchOlintlms 261 tales! cotton, G.to D.Hamilton Norton,and ma'er Co.,

iniiilruduciii2 ;.1 i hill to withhold the further to the Secretary of War boars date the days l after the affair of the 24th January. I rh 10 oilier carp ; so that families have an assurance Blurb 3, S-'hr. Atlantic Asa Steven* master, for

pinto' of the f.iilli 1 <>f tho Territory, in : 4lh January, and did not leave Tallahassee) They i said they) wished, for peac.?, and asked E "Ie 'iith'irise'l tit announce A. M. G.'rS that t they. can be supplied daily through the whole New U. S York Mail., via Key West; 212 bales cotton, and

of the IVion Hank. As tl.c. t before the morning of the 20th. This would
favor appearance permission! to remain small v.iv. as a candidate to Leon Persons
upon a portion represent wishing to subscribe will pleass leave March 3, Steamer New Castle,Thos Lewis toes-
: of that bill IN probably in vome meaning have allowed but 23 dns for the letter to of the territory. After holding"talk" County in the State Convention. their names nt the bar of the City IIoel. Payment t'r for New Orleans via St Josrph* and PensaeoJa.

attributable: to our o\vn ovvrsisrht: and as it INIa I reach Washington, ( vii. Je up to have te with the General Matcb 10W quarterly in ndvimre will bn required. The 3d Schr Amazon, Randall, for New Orleans, 12d

1fl \IIfl wall u U wind'' we shall ii'lisrioiis- j ccived the letter of the Sec. of War; for bin they agreed to conic in L are au hoiiscd to annoiince Jons S. Ice House will be orxned on the first day of April, b ales of Cotton.
with their women and children md await Suiitn and Ice \7ill b j delivered to regular subscribers, 6th Schr Poicmac F for
lv adhere in our Editorial, course, to refrain i 'to have ordered troops to the frontier and Esrj.as a candidate ton p.e cnt Jefrey, Baltimore! 157
j until
the decision of tlie President Leou County in the Stale Contention.Marrh cry morning 7 o'clock. THO. BRO VVN. bale cor t n.AKRIVEDMarebfel.
vhom
lromdoi'52 unmerited! i"j"r.v 1 to an.v one.eilher have infoimed Governor Call of that fact ) to the 10 Mire'j2i8t.S. 30-tAprI Brig Am. hawthorn ms.ier, from

1 by cr2 WE < mailer,from Savatmtuah-
in. kfn5 ihi'' following ('N tLt nit iiii. i mails, know that ',]? davs i is the very shortest !jtime Tu>kegcc and Halleck Ihjo, have DA are authorised to announce SIX weeks after date I shall npn'y to the Jud,. will

I LiU'; IT tiP! M' f'on, tin* Member I alluded to time a letter can I be sent from here to Wash promised to furnish truides to diow where <10 ffersoti County Couit of Leon County fur. let' Kfy Scbr-W*Wirtaw l and Tamp F. flitner., inercbaodize m*,t r.lo from tundnat.New York.and V.via$.

presented to us t the bill in question, :and dei") ton.)) and an answer received; and it wouldquire ) Sam Jones' biding) places arc, and the ar- ii ters uf administrati-m on the estate of John H. Mail.
Gore
late or said d Captain F Ow
::
(l7' are authorised : county ceas-cd. reports arrival at Tampa of the General
jju-d tint the impulsions j.houM ail!I be handil .- probably the whole of that home to j my will I continue in active operation.Lieut. .---- Jo lo announce MICHAEL PITMAN.MirrhS Marion, in l3dajri from Baltimore.KEMAttRS..
HI N. PATRIDGF. .-
I'.sq, \* a cinili Lite to .
to him when printed and l not ji\ento the '' a letter from Gen. I repie- lS3. .TO-wt!
Washington to .
convey Linnard. aid TVri
to Gen. Jesup, arrived s in! JcITei Soil Cuuaiy in th : State Con tnUon.Marrn ha* born hipped froiiiSl Markf imrr IheCnt eTJu.

dor keep'-r or
jiHirTjJi"j! a* n'aMis b 4r, tl.e request, bis !eic When 'iiihl: we hive Gen Jesnps letter to I patches to Washington." : arc authorised to 'ccIIEEtEAS JameiD. tilaion and V. S. Wil- more(o. pre.enl-aiid money U

> to see v me bill Ix-lore the I bou>e, imjxi-; the Cliairman) :) of th' town m etin,.!? When I h. JAM; ('Ari announcer -(ill I as advertised! i htt I have o'rtnined a L March 8th. a venal in the bay.name unknown-
We do like the if v f>* n candidate to
ix1t reMiictions Hanks ill the not proposition about r"precut nt'en p roiniv>nry no'e: fiom them for somu two
Governor
? on or ctiruilinj: t-e wp be removed? C.in tbe JctT'-r><>n Ci un.vin hit fitate Convention.
of lhit if anothc remaining, in a small portion of the terri Mirih) 10 huinlie l and f.\e tii it firtcen do'I.ir>, fraudulently,
< wor Mime : ; ;i \vis proenV% tellJnx! ? \Ve trentlemer IOI.A.A .
suspect thi.bay" lold! a m-toiious Ii-, 1 hate
ai had 1
','.1I! on uhi< h ihe artion of the Connr I ro'ild 1 you< have reckoned without your host. t Ory. The breach is too wide between the ti7VE.'are: authorised to announce any* dialings uith them, nor any o-hermaii never in Fort sale of the lots in this town will commence on

be jtii1icioti>ly <-\eicised, lie Mould) not offer Indian and the Fioridian. ever to be heal Co'. 'BHM Bn.t.Ar as a can'iilatf Games for three years past the first Monday in April next. The terms
to will bo
bis :it idl!, am! had, in f.ict. no uixh to sec j it rt Ertract from a Jrtfrr from Gen. Jrxi/p tn c d. The people Florida will not submitto Jctfers n C-'iu.ty HI tie Slate Comen'ion.rrpre>eiit G d den JESSE McCALL. fourth two one yiars fourth, and cash the, one remaining fourth one fourth year,three one
> March
county. 3. 1838
lu'foine) a law. I In the hurry of I n''s, ', fiof. Call datrd, Head Quarter*, Army r it, and it has eot too much blood 31 n'b 10ae 30-ifINFORMATION years credit. The rnrchaser will be required to

Miih which we were at tint lime pressed, the '\ i\f\ the South Camp at Jupiter Inht, 1'cb. and treasure for the Government lo gheup c i: m h ,.j.e.I in .in""'!"' r> :M i j-.r JOHN WAN ED. give his notes for the credit payments, and the?
jes TAIIIR 01 Pit lic as'lti'!,.is a e.u.d dale Ihtvc ascertained tl.at fify-tv: baits of chiton. Company willpive certificate* lo wake titles when
jiriHied *
(; in
\\rrt inadifrsantly pi\en'to sffi in Irlfrt
I 4ij ISJS rrplitn a of Cor.q the war in this style. rp.esenl Leon County m the SLime Convention. estate of James Black, of the crop of all the money it raid.

liie Jour Keeper with 1 other bills, and ttI) Call, rfin-sting him to detach a part of' The national honor and dignity !.irh 3 iy<6, were brouglu to 'I alIutinsee.|| ard have rcc lo'a is sir oated at the termination the railroad

ftund their$ w.iy to tin* Capitol, whither tin his font for the dcfincr nf the frontiir.t too ate Earc_,iuth"rij, ived account sales ol but thirty lour; any information on the river 28 miles from fct. Joseph, and 75 milt
deeply concerned for G-n.
it listen i auno'in I.KIGH
to for of the
in
Ildilnr: inner which the other eighteen up the river ipalachicola!
;himself soon after repairing; was nc On the 24th of January, I met, beat and I one moment lo the We fear ,' |U! KP, as a nndi latf l' rercs nt I. -,.n bales were dispo-edof, will be thankfully received. larhicola, entirely above the, above the town of Apa-

bthe author of tho hill with an! rarmM: re- : dispersed the enemy on Lacha) I Ifatcbee, four proposal. (t.I'nty in 'he Stale C- mention..Ware' ROUT. RAYMOND REID. Elbow, and all the narrows, the Devil'
however dangerous of that
| I bat the Indians '" navigation
:<
inonstraiire;) fordi! re ard uf instructions) : miles from this )post, with the loss of se\en I I arc temporising Pcr o"s willing t'> C'>riirttarK 'e with me upon river Al>>, same week immediately after the sites

\\e think, it t probable that tli" piintipal$ ohU h and thirty-one (iw self among the num-) (. aiflI j,JLtIiat the scenes of last spring are tobe %-I-" Ear. n huiivd to anno In.-.' M j. UKOKCE this Mil'jecr, will epjvly to Mr. R. U. Berry. atl'Ia.all the lots in the city 'fS.Joseph, remaiaing -

jctt 6f the billv.i< to) til-fine and limit the I her) vou niled. | enacted again, that Indian diplomacy T. WARP, is b o rai.d d-lit- to npictent Leon .NOTICE. ) unsold, tr-tjethcr with the water lots on tech

sni! uul 4)1 the Trrritmiiil; % pleil to the t Life1([ I was informed, yesterday, by .some Indian I\ will again outwit (us, and the suffering inhabitants Mnr.-li coiiuiy 3 in the Sae! C'om>..iitin.. SIX we' ks after l.iie apjjlicilion: will be made. s'da By.order of the f wharf the Board c n the of time Directors.terms as the aboTe-

I Insurance and Trust' Company; a nil if ii be; rv rroes who have come) to th's: part of the'' l of Ka-l Florida, kept from their cf b the H.III. the Jud. e of the County Court o! THO3. BERTRAM
tie > horded Lron
u to ami. UMCC (Jen S,MtEi. County for leave to sell land the Secy:
line th.it: the 'IVriiloiial pledge] to ill.it I iu>ti- country to collect their families and go to homes h another year. t I'APKIIILL.) ns .iran.'idute' tticprt eut Le- estate ofllubard C. I'arishd'ceas.d.belonging t<> Office of ihe Lake Wimico and St. Joseph Caal -

liition lie iir\Hniii f'fl amount, if it claimed) I Tampa, that% ) a part of tho Miccasukeys. with'I The people of Florida are willing to ctn- ,n C.'ijtttv> ni tlie Stale C.-n etitlon. J. D. itilSH, Adm'r. &38.! and rail road Company, Ft. Joseph, Feb. 20,

under( it> cJi.uler'ln) >lu' extent of, four or lor- all l the Tallahassee*, had one to the Wacas-i grate and leave the Scminole in full Ii a Mar,-h.T, 'SS. .0-wfi 31-tApnJOTICE

t\ millions the bank 1 i allcd-M-d possesion \t. E ni. ..ui.ii} I"PCL t.( aflhIfl'ifl" J I> COTTON
; :K < his sa, A nnnit,1i.ra, and NYahoo Swamps. Tlirse's MKS BKUKCKAGE \ .

clearly: forfeited IN 'b.ntcr i ly its -fiival, lor ] are; uo doubt! the depredators and murderers., them tar, provided their Government will pay j re .'if-'eni. TEMCOTT.Lion county JR in tic EQ.?.tltr nnventi-ran'li lat': .* to And Commission Merchant. SIX weeks after date, I shall apf-I/ to the Judge

Jiinetyd.ivs to pay 9)vie, and if ''he I Ivi:>I II vvlirhave, lati-!lv been abioad in Middle im11iia. properly and their tosses Nn'r'', 3cr7"ve{ HE
tf tlut Member% W. N to take adxantxci-i 1 cititi. I rerret the recurrence but) I feel that > ibev have iiicti rretL-I Herald.i arc authorized to announce G'ov T the puWic in gei.eiul.ihit he hnsenmmenced \\Vker!of admiriis'ratin deceased! !Kve,, on of he sai-1 estate rountr of; Little Berry

!) < circumstance only sii l fa* as lo brinu) I t tint t I lM\e; done my (!IIV.) 1 left the greater m Joas I'.KAStM a> a caiidi-laie l i Leun the 1-iisine i.f Cotton Urfker and Commission LITTLE Rmrp.JRKER.!

bank tn terms, and romjirl jt to re leave: the ofiilJi I (ten. Nelson's: 1 biijrade, and ( 'ol.] Snod-j part I) i!>O\S) ui.lnij'T) -o Ir.nt'l rjilu r north .1 '_'t fl'y in' tin- s't.itc Ciinrenti'in.TWKXTV u-j-re-ont \ eicl.ant, m the City of New Yoik, and is now March 3. 1923 0wGPUBLIC
i prepaed' U
> rere. Cotton, and other
of i liiailid; ; U fiii. 't l to A |p < a i.i ista! w 11 do \vtil -o :ti.-. Ii 3I ; produce in-
ill.Tmitury In. amount, cr.iss\i ihei battalion to the pay udt-d !for Uii-i irk
ccner frontier. Iiotht iitti-ni.iui! to tir Il.on m. I nr'i.n i ti-. m >-r, which hu H ill d spoke of en AUCTION.

MJ firfiom tl'iiliitsfiiilt: ] nith lhi M'hf'ine, II'lr tJid! Tst-:)nil. I bave been :actirelv i empo\t-d! I,'' A newt I ft' Ii' c ii; (now i-Jtt i! tisti, -1 fioT> '1' it'a. I 1)01.LUISKY\ .ID.{ nuiiiBvo( anti flitters Iiiuntf, /tut from Ion i House and Lot for Sale.ON .
iiaj! : .ibjecii i) tn tb rotidiict of our'a'' nti I li ,-ict1< li.iii: 1 I OL.KN Fnd "C'liiaint.ini'e; in ih N'-rihtrn and Siuihern marl -
thoiijli they have often beeii) on tl.o trail! mi z I'V w iv < f S'ew irtV Untilein.il & i-it iv ev. ni.g id M irch, fr< m l in.all Saturday t'-e 10.h day of March t
1 lAttI Men.hr-r 1 i thai: he failei! m exeri him.plf of 1 llic1) J Indi tis, have met 1 ut few .f them. 1'le.t- i.' dioie. uvin : T,iil :- 3 >> y hoi>c r.ct-, lea I beuca'>I-d loi'netatisfaciion baud m : sell t., the Lizl-est bidder on the next,
iJiNf'' e-l t' premises
1t ty ''li :'' :ins ;.it rj! u'f : I ; / 'i ig'it' ('r tli -iVi-r m-iy i> > |Mrroiu.e linn, nut o.ily in
ii C.I.J1x1:11 nillr
A.in < vi tin :
:! JiiMjeu. cffct. rv r alias \ a > > iil on the Lot N101 in tic! IS'ortb
a'i
eerv: a To ti addition of
the salt the
L' prevent nil dilTiruhies! in future in ret t ll. *4. iIcr, !uui i. i ,p ..ir. 1ja fr.'in '1'i1 t Kit a m, an-1 ;no'h of lie'! l.ntiotis; alb.-> hip ar.ne .'. nt tli--ir produce( but 1.1 the luvesimrnt ofai.y of Tallaha City
I with the
v4t1, (1)t) -. mrd: to the sunplv and pavment' 'if t the I troop* *!*- t IJi-n uJi: '. fitd flit., Irom Han.iir.d.c rly u'5'! Wl.ovir viI! de'e t the thief .iui.I re- part of the pr -ceriis, they may -,ii'er' or direct consisting of a P, beau'ifa! two irrprotcmrnM thereon,

I Jf this < pl.l I i ie. civ- the above JUSTINIAN No. 60 F. DAVIS Wane completed, and plastered tir"u! sto hout y btii1.tinjusr-all the necessary -

'.u.icitmt. our ninerJs i onm Josinvln') ifl.I ordered Gen. Arnmtead to tbe foiruer witha ii out w.li !.c peil I r.i. ed alio eti.er in ti.' di t'. reward. AARO.N" LVJUUl'T. New Street, outliou.e-., agyod well of water,&< &c.
.
| iiI I York.REFF.RCSCE3.
I ( MS ev. ry tllt.n) \\i L'ir.nJe tn mire Alarch 10)
Jbiuk pr< per lo ti.l]< r. I a of Xdson's brigade. The generila R. J. HACKLEY-
pirt troojis \u nf.u-j-.ii tli. to !kiIi'! '
Ihlier '
r .einMl\ that
$ .NcTfici;. iJr.. Wi.ams!!: Sim'. Keid, Gov. Brar.ch Tallaiiassee. March 3, 15 8. 3)sv3'riioits
have found it U.ty i s> i iI 1 lia 'Ii -
call
-The -d1'.r I neres rv to out, for' I llic-1 c !.JtI".n.c( : tili n rou pn1 lie.V. .
< I\Vatehman foiled j ii; his j ; \ II SIX weeks ffi in date, t e >hal! a- ply t<> tl.e h"n. Jjs Lanier. & Co., Uuincv-. B.

ttes ( i 1mt.i.r! <;-ireM; iti 1 iiiKlinj, thejj* : protection of the inhabitants) ) are i iccozni&ed j For i'.as.i "- ,t'ihy at i it t.e CASSKLS tlice. Acnt. 0 tht't.muy Coin f'r Leo-i C.unty, Ci''Inis>. Moti ictllo. W. J. Bailey, Magnolia. BALTZELL,

jifMple tni) iliitijj; to snliiiiit% ) t to ;a pr* jm'ire% ) of') vrvire, and if (ten. .Xrmi) ;tead de-cm tlic'ineCe'aI'V 24Ia(1i 10, IcLc> 31tLljts.I' Migc t l l I) after; tho anival of those ordered E Richard Pariih i tIc :-caL-J. Jose iii. TALLAUASSF.E, FLORIDA.
thci; i i-iteie-.is %Va-1im \
at : lon bv IIIN ahi e off! J. R PARISH, 3. IS."R 2J-vI regularly attend to business in the
\loi' 1 WILL
) 'llI)) li'jade! be will continue( them | NOTICE.I .
Ui-'ir l
'lcwtc; in (Jnti ic-ss has ;ajj.iintlei; MILKS I5LAKF. irt Appeals, and the Superior Courts

i'iilcni4n.! Ftir in-t.iuce ery it 1 of protection ill the cultivation) of their fanm | ,I li" {*< ((''(114 and vouchee, anl I t!y tn ile I lion. T. Tl'RMiLLL, SALE AT AUCTION. He will be found at his o'lcc on the hundred foot
at one time I b)I. iiiii y C.jint < f L on C imtv. 'r-r a final M.-I- 31-irrh 10 s treet East of the
1 I-3' C Hone
and 3t-C IIIE urt
Trustees his
Ill's, ihe plantations. I If the war cannot be i-ln-ed, !, and and Directors of ihe shove com- Sinnre, near to
met d I
1fS4y: lh 'v ate)t in dmner; lli it no cl.a rz'' 'roni I the al linniis rat in <>f r csidence. unles absent
*'cdc i I will dctacb the wbole I of t lie 2d lepiment of 'il Lo e.tc of J.iinisLeBi late of I I'Oll 1tJS iO.\. puny, h-ieby give notice, that a public sale of on professional business.
j-uul
11 Dec.
jvi-te j: fatis baie beti f Cumity, t the .f 30, I37. 21 tf
pioijji" <>""jdrajioons! ) to the frontier d('ee *sd. HE Hrig ASID, C.ipt. IlarthornFcrfni.lit .is. ID City r Ajriljchicola, will take place __ -
'ir dfeuee.. jiid lint the including Middle j' T t ere on the second
SocitMaiy of \\s\t j Wedmsday, being the lourtien'h -
Ronr.RT r. or piis-igf, apply to
j I Florida, so soon) a it can be dKcna; <.d from GRIEX: diy 'March next under the NEW DRUG STORB.
iUU1 te ; j plii 11.t fur i lint -'. j ;; : A'l'n.r TAFT, HOLT direction of
prole iu->aiinaiA. 4Co.NOTICI
j its, present! i-rvjcc. ( J 'epli Del idelil, l Esq.. tie of the THE subscribers
Mir ii I agent Company. hare formed
1 J' j CJiceu; w I a co-nartnersh.0
nu-m. %gi in li e :)y" t fmtiKilv S Usi: (lila A. Ltiui'ii. _ _ The agent is also authorised sell i the
to at n Urujr business under
I ilan.1. 10 Ih.I'j 21n.'fl private the firm ot
,
tit'iv. is 1:0 I: d,4i) er, and that a do en old j :. silf, that j.art of the Company's 1 ui.I lying on both \VaddeI

ivuiiioiKaii$ utibid all tlie defence mv-ess:ir\.. j! (cnrv.) I I TOCKIIOLDLUS in the Tallahas-ec Rail ;ide- of the llailroad, between Tallahasste and Randolph, & Lewis.

CwiJiHirhave Iliad Quarters. Army of tlie Smith Camp .NOTIC t:. lload Ci iiijiany are hritby ioiti'il: I, that an Su Marks ; and als the hind lying on the Ocklockonyitnd They have just received and now offer for sale,
tuleitamed: this opinion v\h.'ti j I I cck. from d ito ap >li"ition will he rr.a Ieto iiistalaunt of Little rivers in one door nortlr of Mr Birge' Clothing es-aMish.
|
lit. tin Jttpitfr llirtr, Florida. January US M.-veu and a l.a't t p-r r< ni the such qu unities as may be
at.d btj f t1Ira m-- dtbiicJ i i !he J&i.fri i.l| th- C"untv C-n-ri fl. tip.m meat, on Munroe street .>aal
> ;: t'iji-ti-r; t 1H. *.* .. ... .. (-otiouti- t Cnpiial >*t >ck 'n saul 'onifany. \iijl be -rtquitedII agretd upon.: Alto, any other tracts wInch may a gen as orim'nt of
t.Jt!) lsmnon.i town mceliiir before tip rir t \I- untiteJ. -\ company of s'irveyors are now employed FRESH ORUGS, MEDICINE, P.1INTS. and

< \V .1 toa'Toid us ii.snin'.ance tobosi 1 flhifliit) received by of sud founiy..' : dcrea-c. .IIX I- "b"-* .-" A stuck roi utierijetj 11 w ill in Ia> 1114 out s.iij tracts preparatory to aahe. OIL?, together with a variety of Perfumery and
letter abj -Ct fQzeV loliclc-i T.
ct.upjtcs i ('t' S your of the -lih iti-tant, cov t..lof-mre Kro'er > r'lie .ot'et
: Ituh.aisho) ) bid iiHirdi'p'drur I St. ifiik :ttic'.i 10, :tI-t; D. oftiLtiard: of .111
rector- Taia.a orders from
c ritiz etra'tfio.ni a coire>pondenre$ with : : se Rail Roul ('Olathilty. The terms of the public s ilc will be one fourth PiiysiciariPlanters ana country

iM-i hbuts and binned tlmr) dw 'I!iii -< 1 IXcelleiifV i I: (jovt-iiior Call in relation I In i\YI'ICE. T. U. BETTOX, ecreaery. cash, or j Droved drafts al u'O days on one of the merchants, will be thankfully recciv-d and fauh-
I lo
: .
Jlo v ji 0, IB.S. : nortneiu) cuith. The balance fully attended to 1J tf
t iItAprl.M.1tS1IAL'S three I -
\\n ? in
neighbor) Did lliat I equal annual
incctin) m.in'ti'- >
tho] luiblia -mil-ue, 1 biiall to theJu l
\ apply
called
; I into service for th" defence | Ige payment with interest and when W. \v. WADOEL.J. .
yniciits .
if II.
< Mitldle r.d's ) are clear RANDOLPH.B. .
mi t it Flond.i. and mpirst- j couiple.ed, a title will be given by
<:ik'im itjh.iiiilaiit tri0fl tl.e n'lwi.Mrat: on if t i ii'- ) or to put JO'AU j ; ; lit/ ichat (IuhoriIltzcs ; Joi--.n! d c-l. JOIJ.N) of
thf
< IAMii.VJiiifi.
< Conn, _
oieiijor ? Oi ha riupi-rior of the if.I.jI.- District Liih-'gr-iphed of the
i *; lebufl's maps ci-y and of land
d jour fiequent i tltxciU (;, irrrc called into rrvitcl l\/ien\ t/ic :M..r i h 10, I-H: 31-H.6 j ol 11 'iida. for Jifit-r-x Ciiirv, in x h't-li Lrwts eml'racing! a ti.illii.n amt! a halt' or acres tract be LESLIE A. THOMPSON.
i atcr Ij9II-h( IIuns$ i lor oh J %. I I may
\ouciJ; '
th. call iras inadr' And what teas the nr"csiiy i I 'OK SALK.: Pc'lun is pldir.titf, and C'a'idda: Ja-quemmot' obiai'ied at the oifitea of the Directors, in the 'cily; ATTORNEY fr COUNSELLOR AT LAW
*n JiiL; M ht of to IIKII.UH t j d> fendant. I haw l vied and! f New Y
nirfiiy for iff" The I oiclcird into < up-.n w ill expose furS < > rk, and at aiacli.culd.; -
were
O.ir) rein-uks, a: ihe tune they vre pensjud -i\ire troops | u h Ie.t %% IiOe I'ine I.uuuber, i iI- at p'1! lie vendnct > the I iyhst didder, nt the For furth'-r paniculars, apply to Thomas Balfll. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA.
( iiv tin* Gnvi-iini.) ns he ulales ii: lii- p ; 2:riO'l( ) \Vln-cP Court I II-us-in I 31 resuneJ the prict'ceofhis fesiJoit
WM<- tiue.a'uill readiK nc Siiiu4k. nt-c'-i! J T> tT literally I b.0
ae- <-(jqrtIuriit ii rcfcnc'd, l tli Ap1'I a.tuc Ka I Ku. J 1).- Tal aIa.! I thin I h's attention
) ))) to bv I''iytna-; : i jH/t, tII. ISttUT'iiiy Tih April I nex'. I in K-jpl I hour( the LOt'lSMLANE prompt to any business
kii'n\h'd ,
t d I by mo.-l: of mr) i-niz-n: ... We |ti.r Cii-ncrnt; ; for tlio flr-fenci* of .Middle and AKCIIKU..rcli : j fiih.iwuuug! projioity, to wt : Eastern half ..( sec C//AS. A. D.I VIS )\Trustees. entrusted to his charge, lit the Superior C..nrtscf tfce

luJ no dei-liceiiot! ciei) a PtIiIY patio t !. I In- \\\Vsi 1:1 urid.t. The Crc Ks nnrl SciiiinnW, ) .. 10. J---J: :31- %ilFelkil tio-i 21 1, i-oit'i: "C-tern un irt' r i.t' N. E qmrter c-f r rS J0<. M. WHITE } Middle' .! District f Florida, and in the Court of JppeaV. -

to in tiei hboihood) ] : I'-'i' ti' ( CURTH
hi'tm ,
; \ ihos-u i rip \V (M 4>iic|| (l into >cr\i -f, iCip ig '; tIe. t itiii a) us*. Al-, the South I.a's N. Office on the south side of Washington Square.
of l E.
*f tnile' with litiK* .. A ; quarter of section Pres dei t of the Uord of Directors.
Iweiity or no l ie to j ; t tirt J.iy ul .VJrrli 1 Feb. tS33
j ut-n* tiiMttcii'd 1 i in snuill: hiitul- ever I the nholcTMiMitnl' I J9 /fe-t half cf the 8 >mh west quar.cr of s cti"ii Jan.20, I8. 21.7wtMtr7. 17. 28
nppothe nu and a uitmt attark 1 ccrild hat e ui..t I.eI 'i ittvei-tp ed. t 1 10! N. W. of .
tflO*<* sorlioiis( of Floiid'i. I \vis'not lilerm Jaii-a ; (jiLirler) > W. quirier of sec

I)9) -uees fid, by exeji) a le>s nunibcl 'l.an I' :itil tti'd. But L'vicd n| on aid to he 'old as the otsii'l I Virtue and in pursuance nf a writ issued out
v\c aic pleased to sec inch j .' t.irr property WINNER of the IN
an I Itliliitflt and the Cnvi'itior Moore Vi1i! iiiT3AIHIt'rstil ,
] n-lv great
\\is; cninpfllci I to on, dt f rdat.t: to satisfy sa d writ cording to law. f the Court of .Appeals! of the Territory of
$ of ctturH i' in the Parson. I'er- j j.-ind this ) 'atker M.ii-min %Iu-s tti'liard' Te .. ,,'swepst.Ike& post-stake, Florida
cmplov, lor.-il I mi itia-th'it a l.trfjof ins c tome directed; noiice hereby given, that
: 110))') :; IiI! iii JU (fT ) iI 3 and 4 mile heat
,
iiap ihe rie\t time \oliintecr.-t arc ta'h-il' f f'. ; uirv AIs. at the tim aril a C I shall on Saturday, the 24th of March
r '
same
j'' loll llirj) tinops '.vuic iiprt-ss try, I hi-i I \; iiIiIIer %Vrn'f h 2 p'ace, the fi'Vowin; 'J t I I 'A Tallahassee, will stand I day 183d/
i>emay bo as illng \ulunti-er to 1.bt in- ; I 1"'Pt rty, otd under 'xecut on, ill whic'i I). WilV sell at public auction to the highest bidder, the
i loUt! .I I
i ititui no ( ) at the lim) ;itid] have no ilouhl jd.i lit 2dari-Iic tr uvk GOaiI I IAl &. Iv al Alarianna, the present
Co. and
jaHI4 R
.IK to g i no\v ; a ini) ilIt('I In iiiiii t'at' : ] defcti'-'at'! t, Lot of land No. :r.i Her tackle
!
hPl furniture
2(1 apnarb, and
iixb''. lien tlrC4It IL1iLer commenced at FIFT
-
thruis nppnrtrn.Ancesas
Jtnlicularly dinyr 1
no <.41! I that foiii e und Mib-isU-nre h od! lie fig y, of) friction I Mwriv'i 3
> r. .1 olin M.tt el 'j'I.onasIi p Range, North and I f DOLLARS, said vesel now lies in the Port of Peneaco'a-!
% In n tonerny is to be locnd. Hope i in-lied f"T ih'-in) by tin- ptojx-r uuiuiy! : iii'! ,, uu..l Ja.ie Ia'o'i Mrs \Iautht1at Hast: niuinifiR W) : errs, more or hess, let ied up..n payable Said sale to take place at the doqr of the court
lie .vou'l tkulk out a .iin when diafled. i art to Le fcolJ losati>fv aid eiP'-i.t on affording to on the 1st December next. All thorough bred hotise in Pensacol.t.
: ) j p.uliiK i iIVuin 1 ut' '" I iiiu* -cpaijitcd from) IllS (idpcr.sI 3-eli 1'liDfla4! 5 ftiliv (.1 IIIT law. SA3IL.I'UVAL.3Iar.li.il.' in-m Ut this time owned in the Territory, will be for between legal hours, and to be
cash. Sud
4tIIfli.an1 Julia M IitIiCI writ bninj 1-sueJ in a in
the I IIHJ have lo \\rix* fuun niciuorVt but it oc.cuis Dr Iaitc 'IV nv .MINOR \LKER, 1ars1ia1. served gratis. For fur her particulars of perform in which case said
subjoii.ed) eltfis if) (Jen. Joup, Hr a ii hi crt 'durat A"IiIIc, : Dip. court the United States America
it appcvu that no) fuilher dilficuliy exists in .; I I to tin) tiiJit 1 inaile a rail on itu (Jnvcr Ii 1'iiu zor ., ii S Jhititer .MairhlO 18 31-' .4pr7 Times once aol, and pedigree American, see Turf handbills ReiLer., Spirit of Hie libel ants,and Charles G. Cia, master, clainnnt.ars

the pa\ment) ) of 1 our troojK. It I t will be veen, i.or some linn- about) the latter part? of M-iy, (liaiis (1 k1.ril CjarjjJ UNION IJ\NIi OK FLOKIIU.OTIC'E 3'.). PIT I'MAN. SJM'L H. DUVJL.
'fur font hundred for ll he drfcuc" '.,& iliui M ()4lJCfl Mrrd tIiIt 3Iar=.hat Mid. Dist.Fla.
from a cop} of) )his loiter to the Secretary of i iVarthat nn-ri I olMi i is hr< bv siveri to the subscribers t"tiie Ftb. 24. 1533.9o.3m Feb 15 1833-28tf
\ be fu'dy ust.iius f : i iddht.? Ihns jil.i. I had: -oiifrn'nro) about i :Ie l1riuJ4 '. \\'ni I I J'ne I IIt I,. -.t-rk' f this Hank, that the r 'ire pi.'i; 'Sh The Irvvintin Herald, and Spirit of the Time,, The Pe, acola
o\einor tall in .1 S 1'ibt Gazette will the
un Vi11i tam ref ir'd !' publish above
the course be has pursued for the (it-fence of ,j''th i up'n payment.r
the frontier. Indeed no other measure could '(if fV('sl Flu ,ida, then overrun I by lliv Crri-ks. ) 11 IL h.'rL PuUti'ziscIit '1's.omsIL inmlga.es and bonds \\ill b" sent 10 t1-e rurties f.i t I -

have been adopted by the Territorial Exe- Whether the whole force called out was noI i-i ha u'.( i,* rIt A P y.'zi ijsejIt 1) eicuiion.. JOHN PARKHILL, Cashier LAST NOTICE. NOTICE.
I (;1 l.l Miiu31 2 J't-.ty Ja'iieCitt3cnd.in MarrhlO personhaving claims against the estate Stoclvh-Mer of "Tie Winnea tn-t St.
cutiv e, than to cull out the Militia for the de- j ( f'sarv, I have no nie ns of knowing ; but L d Parsons'lliuni is Ae.tuiar ALL Jacob Horger deceased, are hereby requi. THE Cimi/ and Rail Rvn-l Co npsii." are

fence of the country, as (Jen. Jesup states I; when the extent and nalnrc of the country, itaion I'eeL 13 (.j.tiiiifl IiCu NOTICE. red t 10 present the same duly proven to T. R. Bet- hereby notified; that an instnlmeiu of ten dollars

tliat, fie had nut a man to spare fur that | einbiaciri" as it docs, more than four decrees r fl er 1'lornas P..it. r Le I CC B yiitueof 1 a tlar e.r Iroin time Judfe' of the I ton Ksq. for payment, within thirty days from date:, per share on the capital stock of this companr i is
jtif longitude. arid ofu ) irk VniV I'e r.sli J AC. IIIM-rinr, Court for the M dd'a District of ; o nerwisc they will be barrtd from all :', hereby required to be paid nt the Company's office,
;;u/y04r, during the of the time, i iIJiidtr COfliStig)) uueres ion recovery
pit-atcr pait .: mielaulil %J irh1.t J'oe .J.t I) I'lurida. I sh ill fxi-os-t'isilf .11 public auction on and al the expiration of sa-d thirty days I shall on orbef.ire the first day of April next, and alt stock
these circumstances, what was the I IJovcrnor jof bwainps and hammocks, is i c nsi
(; to do? Thrown entirely upon the (J will be readily perceived that a very small ( WaV t'aiuer Vm It 3Ca hours a' 10 in the m irivn? and 4 in th-* evening to be discharged from the Administration of said shall remain unpaid on the third Monday of February

resources of the Territory for the)) defence of I Indian force would jive con-laut) cmploy-) cr James I, trn r 'Vi,. 11Crn.k.'v the fo'lovu'ns tr teL nf land, Iwloiming to the estate estate. STEPHEN W. SNELL, next, shall on that day be declared forfeited,
1 Tho.nas G, Jhphee, di-c'd : the north west agreeable to the provisions of the charter and solJ
Wevl ment to a large militia J..seph Ityit P' nelopy quar Adm'r Jacob forger dec'd. ,
Floij.In fotre.
and unaided in tho
(irotection Until Chia ViII nun 1tos %Vitlj.iuuCiii ter of < 'tion hirty five tnwn'liip three, range six:, Feb.2t, I i38. 204wBROUGHT at public auction for the benefit of this company.
. of >liddle Florida, had he remained inacti'e 'I< wu h.tvra competent military force ifl.tfl Joint 1) Item ziI Jonathan norm nn.l east Terms mad'1 known f-n the day e f By order of the Board of Directors.

through fear of tic factious opposition in and t j; nt all tiiiK-6 rrndy to ri'pei! nnd punish Dgyreflion. ->- Day Jo.u' ,$ ( ) J : sale 1VMUY SHKUER, TO JAIL. THOS. BERTRAM, SecV.

<*ro'.nd Tallahassee, (for ive believe it is i alniOit ,[ the country \\ill be .snlijrl: lo the enorinous Iernullv J L & (' t) Hiz J in sDtmiii ,'dm'rx of Th sG Shchce ON" the 191i Jimiary Ia.t, a Boy, who say.S .St.* Joseph, Fcb.17,1838. 28-if
at I.C%% IS V Rand'itriIu I) Jas IItiMeho _3Inrc 3, !i3: ?,0-tMarJ7 belongs to Wm. t*. Young:, Columbus The Columbus Enquirer and Tallahassee Fioridian
entirely confined lo this place,) which j e.peIeu IenIUIZ upon the irreguiai ry aaii V Itudi.tpti AndiewI MARSIIAISBY SALE. GM. n imed H ud&on. aid b. y i is about 5 feet 1 or 3 *ill please give the above four insertions

li.s originated either in personal malice, or J employment of the militii ; for when a sav-: I).) I .1 tilIti It'I:; lioti 1t.beu t ItI'wev virtu? and in pursuance of twwrits offini inches high, yclw| complexion, tolerably well spokt I. and forward their accounts 10 this rffi-e.

tl.ioujh fear1 that the I iriditi'Juals who com- I J age em-my nppear.-, and there i* no force J et ltinzg'Id S imuetI fariis, issued out of the Superior Court n ; the owner is requested to come forward, prove

P'JSC it, might be compelled to perform niili- j to meet) it, the executive a state or territory I).. Ctta AntlMny C Itauiitulptt Ad ..Iph1)avs of the Middle District FIoiLu i n rLe )n county' pioperty pay charges and take him away. CLERKS OFFICE LEON SUP. COURT
District Florida Jac.
Middle 6.
trfrydnty; had he, \\e repeat) at that time fail j I cannot, ven if he has accurate infonna- I) ckis"n( cor.e Iiikty N Spragu'.iWltZI Mis Lorti.o inr. 4 in which defend U. II. Berry nud la pl.iintiff, and Benjamin A.Chtvpell St. Mark. Febrtnrv 22.! HUBERT 1838 LLOYD 29-ftvr Samuel Hale Complainant, ) 183d.

'i1! to rally the strength of the country for its ;I lion of I the extent f.f (he danger, wait In <-aliciilaiclhe Elliot Ju'iii Se: 'ii' ni \I is Ehizabeil 1Fr p'ninriff mr; and, sai tliendministratorsof Chappell tlclendant FljzaBryant I NOTICE. TS. > lu Chancery.

I'fiiice \\h-n the ounties i I precise niiount) ol forre I i' ( Satf'ird Ezekiel Slaughter, Labuzan, others, }
of r orc
< Walton and j required have levied* upoo, and will expose to sale, at public the East half of the S. E. quarter, defendants.

Washington, in the Vest, were almost dejol |j by the exi enev. He must lake the force Fin Sarnul Shcre A Flu1k \ endue. on Wednesday 4th day ot April next. WHEREAS 14, in township 1, ot range 3, TTT appearing satisfactory: evidence that tfio
tavk S Swim ,
l udted! bv the enetnv, and the (lames of the i' that oiT'-rs and must have sufficient, t-ot (,)nly )- r Jack Smith Tlnrz-i lturii in fn-nt of the Court House in Tallahassee! three North snd East, has been wuhheld froia private en- defendants. Labuzan. and others together -

burning houses, anil the shrieks of the) murdered I l.> nn-el the enemy, but lo quiet the alarm, Fauntl' y Jcorge L Sci.! me 'htirn A 3Iorgan the negro fellows of, named said Edmund..1 Alirani, and Aaion t>y, in o.mscquence of the plat! being erroneously with the unknown heirs Augustine Slarghter,
Benjamin defen
properly Chappel, chtcked. I notice that the 19th
now give public on
inhabitants to the East could be almost I :.nd restore the confidence "f the com Gross -V Snirc cpfr; Bethel dant. Let led and deceased, are not inhabitants of this Territory, bat
upon sold to satisfy said execution day ofManh next, applicat'ons! will be received forslid reside in some of the United States, it is ordered
**tn and hratd from our Capitol, he would munity. I have the honor to be, sir, (; try U.clurJGasow < William uiiif: ( llokv Dr2Stcp'iens according to law. laud. that the said defendants do appear( here on or before,

l have received, as he would lian' merited, the Your obedient servant, Gallinitn; y Mi i s SaiahGmham John BcnjiminSpyry 1 SAUL.30nhMAIISIIAL'S II. DUVAL, Marshal. R. J. HXCKLEY.Rerister. the 1 5lh day of Mjy next, and answer the complain-

''Xfcrations of the whole comnmnity. (Signed) TIIO. S.JE.SUP, VV'i.Jiam Supens! WmB Dr 31arfhl.iaT8. Tall aha ssep,Feb. 17,1833 28w4 ants billor the same will be taken for confessed

We congratulate the Its Major Gcnl Commanding. Gilrtiili Wallace 4 Sj ..ight Jiretmali T SALE. LOS OH STOLEN. against them; and the matter and things thereof
country on ap- Griffith JVHu Scott Hannah 7ILL Resold on the 1th day of April next, Sehminalkedder with its "no. decreed accordingly. And it is further ordered that
The Hon. Compass ease,
I'foacliipg release from military duty. Gen. J. R. 1'ojns.clf, hrs; Isa.icIliriclmian Shira A A 'II st the court house dnor in the City of 2'.sI.1abasee 1- A 2160, C." the n'edli- altered for the variation, a copy of this order be published weekly! for four

Jesup, on the) application of the Governor, Secretary of War, Washington Cily. William II ShawSimuelT.ite between the usua! hours ofale, the following ndthc case marked Win. R. HopkinsCivil En months, in some nevrspa.ter printed in this District

iiavinj ordered Eds' Jcs L property, to wit One ne ro woman namid Teste THOS. H.: DUVAL, Cl%
so strong a force to the fron- llzywo mH'IOC ph gineer. A reward of $5 will be paid to the finder
1i'(tr, that it t is'b-licved further from For the pailicular( gratification nf the Editor K-iberi E Taylor John i Phillis, aged about twenty-six years, levied on on his lea ring it with J. B. Brown, Tallahassee, January 13,1838.THOMA8VCLLE. 23-Inn

Florida wilt ttoops cube Watchman and those of his Jordan Floyd T4Inr Win WThusky m the property of Robert S. Miller deceased in or at the office of tht Fioridian.
not be required. party virtue/ fi. f'. issued fn-in the ACADEMY.
Johninn IthHm P J A roorip s" Boperi- March 3, IB3. 30-tf
Bef.iro clobing; tins article we will make a who have endeavored to thwart the Govern James J'lhn A Van Brim Richard or Court ofL on County, in favor .uf WiPitm G. itZJ"TheTrustees of this Institution take pleasure

remark on the attempt that has been made in or in his exertions to obtain payment for the Jacob Walter Virgin J A Ponder neainst the administrators of said! Ill uh1er. NOTICE.ALL in informing the public that the -school is now j ia

"''is hee, to j.ioduce the imjjression troops of Middle and West Florida, WK ore Johnson! Or DDaniel Vaughn JiroesWycbG.oi S.JML. H, DUVAL Marshall person indebted to the subscriber are re- operation, ander the wperitttedence of Mr.Wilson
*Uatever that Korubiw eJVatel to call and settle their notes or Mrc'unts Scott; late Jefferson College, Feoncy Irani* with
defence MARSHAL'S
the SALE
orders hnvo
enabled that been ,
Gt-ncral) Go'ernnicjnt to state received hiIIgoe C1'L it II BtnjiminrillisJim. with C. 8. Sibley, Eaq., immediately'M BO an assistant teacher. From the character and qualification !
"lay furnish for the protection of this fronti, by the Paymaster in TJUihaesee, Kii ,ey ClilooLonjjmorj ? .- C 'JWils BY virtue and in pursuance of n writ of fieri erindulgence can be given. And iuu wilt be of Mr. Scott the Trustees feel eon&den}

*J1 be ruruu>hMl in -corurquenco of the from the Secretary of War, ordering the Mrlyick.mcy <. n baac issued out ol the Superior Court of mmenceHsn all notes or accounts unpaid by the in promising parents and Guardians,alt thai can be
iliddle District Florida Leon
tinu for
pro County, first day of .Jpril. F.. D. COLEMAN. '
ttxdings of a Certain town meeting held in troops to be paid. This no doubt would David Wright Dniel: W in which A A Fisher is plaintiff, and Jf illiamV.. Feb. *8, lSiS.-30tt. axpected *from a man ofia'entsandejicmplary moral
Liven James S Watson Jonathan habits they also expect daily, a Lady,to take
Jallahas reso11, the letter to sale nt public endue, on W edne dsy the
of the the Ex- reasonable
Secretary of War unjust and opposition lo William private families terms.
tQ ungeneropd Lamb Charles Henry of in front Court House indebted Joel
the 4th day A1r1lnext of the person to Walker, late of r
Clialrman of that, meeting is referred ecutive. Those who have disponed nf their Lnhmn Thomas While John B ALL BY order. of the Board,
] ii Talla'iassec, the Ware House at St Marks, now conn y, deceased,, an,,requested to
DONJLDJtfAcLEAN.
IkltLtd:; ] > the Secretary Rays, "As soon ai claims from necessity, at a lost of thirty and Livinirsion Thomai Wiltno William occupied by tf. w Doriey Levied upon as the property come forward and make immediate payment, also ThomasTille Feb. I4ib 1838.

Uepattment.learned' that that section was forty, per cect, must fee) themselves under Pen in$ calling for the abof letters, will.*please. of said d fendant, and to be iold for cash,.to those fcavi -g demands Igainit said deceased will pre: 23.3ff1
aikfor advertised tollers.
wout adequate satisfy said writ according to law aeatihetnhimt.rmsot. the law. -
piOtCiion, orders,wcrr, iray lasting obligations to the party who were so J.: G. SEARCY, P.M. SAML DUVM Mar. JESSE W&LKERAdin'r. I'EeINTI! t ofevery'du.rijtiei, jwff,

despatched to Gen Jcw"," &c. regardless of their interests. 1 March IJ( March 3, 18 W 30-tMpr ., Jan. 77, rS3896- :- -- &VtzecldIda1tAi'. fficg '; J



I 4- ---
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_.. I NOTICE.
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EXECUTIONS. I THE subscriber has just recs-ved per brig Lu I I LAND FOR SALE sell three va 4 LL person will take notice that 1 have tv.
authorized is
hum New York a assortmeit I Subscribe U to the office of the Clerk
rirtue ofa large THE 2 day filed in of Cadsdra
taj execution issued situated within 5. l ,
by me as Tracts of Land
B Groceries and Provision consisting in of final
Florida
o
,
Court ,
part County my report and
tax: collector for J t fie I'5OD county, in the Middle Common and 25 miles from Tallahassee. The first contains account
Whiskey; as Guardian of the late Henry S. Ma-hbam
District Florida, I shall expose to public sale Od: do about 19JO Acres, I.Ml cleared The second 520 I tnd
Rye that so the law allows shall
; soon as
demand
in the town of Mouticello Jefferson 830 Acres about of
county, on the Acres 60 cleared. And the third ,
Common Rum
the said thereof
Court the settle meat
; ana
first day of April next, one tta-t or parcel oflu'J.1. Superior Champagne and Cognac Brandy, 200 cleared. These lands are equal I* any in .Mid charge as guardian. 'THO GRAY.my dis-

situated in said county numberS unknown, levied Madeira Claret and Malaga /fine, &c. die Florida, and will be sold on tenDS advantageous Oct. 20th 1837.
upon as the property t.Lewis & Allen, and to be Common //oney-dcw Tobacco to the purchaser. DQ D.2 tre 6 Qm DJr It

Bold to pty: taxes due Territory .and county aforesaie. Soap. Sugar, Coffee, Raisins; ; H. W. BRADEN. AUCTIONEER NOTICE. -

Amount(f taxes, nile dollars and seventy- Pickles,Cide.. Porter, Candles; Tallahasiee March! 15th 1837. tf 32 AKOCommitson ALL persons having demand against the r

five ccns, besides co't. W. C. S\IIT I Segar. Yint'gar.l'owdLr. Shot, &c. Merchant. te of the late Dr John M'.r. orf', are rtl
Tax ClectorJeiTess.n (>uniy. NOTICE. quested to hand them to the subscriber'
il"o, a nandsomc ainsortmciit of Dry Goods. .1L1B Da1r \fndayslnd Saturdays. poperi
January 4, 18'8 3-tf Clothing, Crockery, Saddliry, Hats, Taps, 4c.$ THE subscribers having formed a copartner attested and those indebted to said estate ire r!

ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS REWARD which will be sold l low on acoimtdatumg terms. ,will hereafter conduct the Drug businessin N. York & St. Nark line of Packets quested to come forward and make payment.

//f / W1LLI.4M CKNTER, the tame ofSTEWART J M'CANTS.Ad'mrJno.tf'Lem,,.
Ko. 4 Berry's row. & BARNARD. f nt'tllo. Dec 8, I 183?_l-8iNOTICE.

TiE above rc.d wil be eiren for the an.ehenM..n Per Tusl'twillldaily expected 25 bbls. superior Then siop will be found at the old! Maud formerly a -

ot GREGORY, formerly Flur, Rice Bacon, A.C. occupied by Mr. E. B. Perkins, opposite the market A LL persons indebted to the estate of the

J of "hOI as "ou'ny, Georiria, charged under in- Oct. 15, 1 It37. 10 houst. JL Charles A. Nelson, are requested to late

eltrtment m b:4.i: C"iuity, with the murder ofNichulas They will keep full assortments of Medkines.Drug' FIRST Rate Vessels and experienced .Wasiers the undersigned and all make

Lewis aVn: two years since. Gregory is i o FOR SALE. Chemicals, Patent Medicines, &<*., and be employed in ihis line tf sail from either ; Claims*ymentt'HI the ame for n.h"'IDr
A fresh orthisALU ABLE A1ED1CIN E present payment,
about fhe let t1 l4Jur inches high thick set, light supply just ucciied.PREPARED Lisht Jersey Jrll: i n's with har pledge then elves to ell not'iin' ; but genuine articles. pott-a vessel will sail on the 8th and 24lh of or the same will be barred.propffu.uthenticated

bttr blu. cy'>s. florid complexion resen'e and SEVERAL completeAKo two or three horse J. EDWIN STEWART, M D. every month, and oftener, should patronage re P. KERR,

,iMant in lu!l\lllfr, blP a scar occasioned by agtan SOLELY from vegetable matter wagons. IKM11.. FAMNCISDec. _47-tf EDWARD_ BARNARD quire.WM. JAM. A. .nE
shot wound .n Ids heel. Of: the above rc- HOUCIBal nwrf which! maybe 30 '837. 21-tf WYLLYS PRATT, Agent. York, 1IElOT'
wards, $200 i olVerid the Go'el nor of Georgia taken with perfect safety by all ages &. in lldi;>. TO TilE ASThMATIC & CONSUMPTIVE. ROB'T LYON Agent St..Lmrks. Admimstra.ors.
rVl llE mist and fatal of all Disemetincideit Jan 20. 188-24-
the residue by the citizens of Thomas e.lC5; is cures are lor the lolloiving diseases :-- prevalent St. Marks.lpril 15. l&tt.36-Iy'r. __
Dyspepsia, Loss of Appttitc, II Infl.imuidtii'ii UNION BANK FLORIDA.. JL to civilized society-tho Con ump/ion Office Leon
county} and io i row 'ready and will I* paid upon Indigestion NOTICE. Clerk's Superior Court.
oe traced to thy least Alarming o
the e'enTy (If! said Gregory in the jailofThocounty 1Ih.S of ihe Flux SIIMh.Fistula.Heart Burn, Dla.1ura.Mensiua-D) s. AT a met'ting of the Board! ofDireitors on the -lOa disorders} generally, a .fight but neglected cold. cBy estimationit person who are indebted to E. B. Middle District of Florida Jjnuary 6, I85g.
Georgia. Gregory has lately rest- cntery or Pill uslleled : Dec 18.J7: ordered that Books ofSubscription THOSE
it is
: Richard Complainant
vr Co Oeiirsw and is lion, Acne and Fever, Billions 1 or Remittent l-'evci. appear tkjl one hundred ai'-l tiny thousand per by note or account, are earn Hayward, J
( ulll for the whole
bf ulOlt uIII.to ''ex surros.cd Typhus Fc cr, Scarlri Fcxer, Small Pox, Erjsi o- pon die annually of the consumption. t of these .-s.ly requested to make immediate: payment lo TS- /lQ'hinrerv.Thoman .
to
THE "MZENS"uU irmcvinE THOMAS::' COUNTYJan. l las, or St. Anthonj's Fire ASlhma.llc'lrisr: Measles TWOMILLIOS OF DOLLARSof dreadful resells may be attributed to common cold. the subscribers before the first ol September all I JefTrrson Green, defen-1'r. \ '

6, I S3*. lH 22-ifColumbus Yellow Fever, C.>!ti\ICSS, \'illt thl Mon.ach additionnl Stock Iw continued 0)11at their and a negligent treatment of the harra.nncough account remaining unpaid at that dale will be put I I i r appearing by saislaemory: evidence, that the

I or bowcU, Cholera: ) .) Consumption, Banking JI.Ht..e in TlIohass'eIXIY) days from this that gennrahy ensues-which is usually followed byditlicult into the hacds of an attorney for collection.E. defendant Thomas Jefferson Green, is notj.inhabitant .
S ntinel and and !
r ,. Enquirer I Irl'ucnza'! Colds, Coughs, I li.flainmation, cf the dI1l1liutJaet.* nvjllc am' at St Augustine thir breathing, pain III the side, and at last Ulcerated BARN.IRD .CO. of the United. States but resides j iq the
their RC.IM 1 r vll this pi oil'ci.:Mi: h the ub.c and f r\Ud ihcst, Palsy, Gout,, U m.\ism. Infiaiv.atory)' sore Iy'd.mys, and that nil appraist'mt'n's' and title papersi Lungs. Violent and repeated Asthmatic attacks July I I. I8't7.: -47 For E. B.P.rkms.COPARTNERSHIP. province of Texas, it \is ordered that the said de

,.accounts- tl -- --_. C.lup.lll1nlmatln: of the. ri, Dropsy,. h lIe tiled in Bank ai or before ihe expiration atao bring on Consumptive symptoms. One fendant do appear here on or before the IStfi Jcto.

THE srnSCRIEI. he jr. nernl] A etT of eiM! I. \ J.1IJitf. DitEcultynf of said sixty days. ortwo dollars_expended.in tht_purchase_ subscribers have this diy entered into ber next, and answer the complainants bill t, ot lhe
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LAM CU\U'A. mahl'l Unnc, Hysterics Nervous andscrofuKu JOHN P P1HKJ/ILL Cnsh'r THE same: will be taken for confessed against him, md
Glct. DK IIELKE'S ASTHMATIC PILLS, under the firm of Taft, Holt!I
N V, will pcn ali ohe in the city of and ligtnciit.Mrcurmil Dec 13 I Alaladl"ol p Ill ( mfmbll .Co.
for the sates! eif f the LO Tcs i-d' LA beonging and Vcncieal diseases, Ulct is, t All the Florida papers will give the above t\o and a little alteiition I to their timely aeiministm S. S And it is further entered that a copy of.tt.ia ordtr

to thc Couipnny and j(sir the ir.in:nction ofany I icctions <>f the skin, is all ditaes .1.iriMiig oru.AI. Insertions. linn, will usually insure a mitigation of these GEORGE TAFT HOLT be prin:ee! mor.thly foe nine months in some DC-*}.

siness relating. thereto. Extensive surveys :f: pure D.uJ. &c. Price pir bottle $'2. disorders! and usually effect a cure. The Pills GEORGE MILLLR., paper published in this District.'iVsto .

r.uvr niaUms lor the fuqe of salt*. 111110\1 Thi> n"llicill has a poweifulctkct as a SJ'fng.l. MISS PARUOTTRESPECTFULLY are also an easy and effectual remedy fr the St. Marks, July 1, 1837.cgp 51 TH03. H.DUVALcrk

conc nl> I the Mirxejod u'n cxploicj I .Full. Purifier, ill th"bc \\ h"e cviisiuutions requue informs the Citizens )f symptoms prceding and accompanying the Jan. 13, 1838 -23-lamgin

may t>e btained b\ SPI.II""t on Iii nu> at Aa'|.a< hi* iiouiishmi.nl 4Jid new \isor ; bitch poisons vic.nity, I hat her' iEM- Asthma and Consumption, I for celtls coughs, 1m 11AnT NOTICE. '

cola., t to M r. A tnPJBUOWN at Tall.il,a-sxoo, \\uIJ be much bfiicfittid bj ustns; two 01 three. 1- .\ltY for Youso LADIES, will commence on difficulty ot* breathing lightness and stricluieacruss i 11 unile-rsigiieil respectfully inlorms the persons indebted to Lester CiooV late

who is au I ho.Z..I.o it-ciivc' projKvaU and i> prepared botttes t Ilch may be taken wuhvut repaid t<* drik.r Monday, October 23d, in the Uixjins lamely occ.pir.1 .- the client, wlict'/.ing, pain in the side, planters of Leon and a.lj.i-enl counties, that he has ALL either by note or aecountsr, of

to give tiLb e'a* of much of the pn'peity. dul. )Many IXMSOIIS ate .tie) \l..II\lr) the wan by Mrs. Orchard a n1"ary. spitting of bluod SfC. Few cases can ccur ef. made ami appcmud DAVID C. FTiLSOX his attorney) queued to come forward aid nake imrtltdlle re
Application may abu L e. inae-c to John Cart-oclmn of blrn-d being Thousands of pi rsons arcdestioymg The instruction pursued in this institution will | to sell iv.; Pitt's patent Cotton CULTIVA the subscriber pet1'
ofthi class of diixrders in which the ment to auit.
at ciuincy. their constitutions by iicslectiiig to apply .. embrace a complete English h course also the Modern any purchase TORS. He respectfully invites the Planters! to call I andjr..vent
JOS. DELAriCLD. such the Panacea will be Music and gf Dr. Rell'e's Pills will net find a rich and examine fur themselves. Aienm.
l :proper remedy; to Lindulge: Drawing, Painting, Dec. 1837.
23.
.fpalachitch.Van.::. 1S3J,-i :?;tm. more Hun) doubly valuable as i ccilam and ctTecl- r.lncl'e..dle Work. relurn 1 for tlieir trifling; expenditure C. r. CLABAUC7.Tillahasaee. 10-lf

OTt CE.-( ( 1'ld1: !:drr the date hereof, I I I ual menus of restoring: ihuu to puled health andviror I The present term will open Monday, October Price-whole boxes, 30 pills, >I; half boxes Per 26. I ISSfl. 21-tf CLERKS OFFICE LEON SUP. COURT

1' shall% apply 'O tin- J uJP uf 1 ilnL\.unij C.nnofLeon I ; l few families. : are exempt. Irom b'cmbuticAffect : 2 Id, and close July 23d, comprising tommy week- 12 pills, 50 cents. CAUTIOX. Mield'0: District Fl-rida

("'ui.1v, Kli'ii'.a: t.l>0 discharged! fr.l1 all .l ions which exhibit vnuoussj mpionibab EruJ"t.n ] The term divided into lour ir.Cessions, each succeeded Fnrsalc STEWART & BARNARD.Dec. persons alt hereby warnedazainst trading Eliza Oversireei January &, ;

further duties us administrator /.achauah C. I Lerti'1IS. Dibihty},, Lo: of ApjH-litc and by-1.ohdaj a of hall a w e. k. 17, 1836. ALL three certain prorais-oiy notes, drawn I.i;) I vs., Complainant, \) In Chanrerr.

Fort, deceasedTucl! ) l I t'tr!falmihistratioi, eri- lli"ton. all arisirs [r.)1 impure blood and it TERMS.For the underxt<;iied.and madtt payable lo Joseph B.ff'ai' Henry B. Overstrect. defendant. )
criLtedto the J of the said nttendtd to, aie sure to thegrenlet tuition; in departments English studies
: me I) idge county court t pnxhice LEON COUNTY COURT.Jnsiah :>, or bearer, as follows.
e.fLcon. S. G. UECKtMMJa.i.27 injury to the constitution. Panacea i.s re- : per Year t.'f l forty week, S O.("', tor those over I I'2 ELi n, ) Assumpsit : Attachment for One note dated on the 6th July. 1,37, and IT appearing by satisfactory evidence, that Hen
163S. *n"mIVm. ; commcnd in all seasons. of the ytar, and in particular i years of ac for those ever 8, and under 1'2, $!IU<>; 'ihe first of payIIble B. Overstreet, the defendant, is not an inhabitant
Summcns ad for 80 561 dam. on day January 1833 for three
vs > res. ,
as a tiom all! di eaSt.s in waimchniatcsand and fur those under d, 8:JO; halt payable in ad of this Territory, but resides in Inc Slue
P. Dmal au.i I lreh'lti1l\ thousand dollars.
i. Returnable
Itq., my attorney per. Willis AMon, ) to I.h Term I8J7fYlHE :
ordered
those vance.Mjdern. of Georgia it i* that the said deftndiitdo
hen diseases ,
; a bUUH.SI\jt I the slate, Millcilloihi : I persons arc prevalent : defendint in said and all others interested One note of the same date, aud payaMe on the
I < l each 1500. cast here on or before the 15th of M.
) he
day
three Languages ,
by taking orfmr times per jear .. appear iy ner,
..n. S. G. B. 1..I1l'ca 1 will take notice of the institution; of first d y J.lnu.lry, 1839, for two thousand dollars
week or three or four tll.le spn lful's giii Draw in-j.: and Panning ft 10. On and answer the complainant's bill, r>r the i h'\e will
wll(1 of the date
note and
-1 1 11\'.\: \MiALl.A OO1)), ajunsL-r the tCued. and the pcisoii r fear no of: J/iisir, 3100! for the lum.Etnbroiut.r said suit by attachinci a< aiore-a'd-and they areiequiued first same payable on the :.e r air'0 for c.n'ess .1 l against himard the matc
noapprthension
!
may It4o thousand
dayo tot ,
Col'imbus? cotton .fii. II r} \tie, C ,html>u! Gi. being atta.-kcd with the Cholera, Ytllow Fever, ur }' and Worsted Flowers, and work,$;- to appear and plead to the declaration tiled ihetiaid Januuy.I''oM-ph, B. \,..all two has : elolhrAs the> ai.d things thereof decreed accordingly.
ha\i-. coi'sui' tlv on h ind a supply tt f cotton vain* ,itnyothci dise.tse, as this medicine is valuable rtsloiitnve > I 'l TEHI.-\LS-EX1'lA.. in said case, according to the statute n Owh case consider.ttionareetI not given us .2nd it i> further decreed that a coy of this order

anJOsnl'iirff* ti''m :the..bo\elattory. MerchuusnnJ ; ,if the !)..lem. ihcitby invigorating; the Each Young Lady to find her own stand and made and provided ULY.LLLI: pay either of the upon said ,notes we are until d lermmed he notlu be piinted weekly I fur iouirmnuothsia some ne''pa-
complies
hers c'a" supplied by ululesalc or retail chair. .Jttys for pltff! : in this divict.
o hI constitutionand enabling it to U-ar the tebi1itatinffects with his per punished
until lw
low for cas.ii 4iidv e of \climates ; it is n\eycd by the circulating :- Boarding can be hal I for the pupils ut the Seminary September 25th, 1837 ti tf agreement, or J.JRTI a ilue course PAL3f of r.R 1 TextTHOS II DUVALCrk.

F.b 17. I I":V2wG" I IFii. JuiJs. and corrects their h'IHI'IH'Y t>> all those m and in gPtJll'ell'ri'ale lamilios. JAME L. January 2C, 1S38-2 -4m
.' r.o'idun: ai.il. Watchman will please miortil d : orIginate in v mat''d blood, diseased Every attention ill be ;paid io the _Vmd and STORAGE STORAGE PARISH "
wl.d.
'e nli'nc f > allec- M umers of the Younp Ladies committed io the THE subscriber having again rented those lare DARIUS WILLIAMS..Vonticello NOTICE.Samuel .
depraved aj'petitc, ( r i rcJisjHi ition to .
Jefferson
lt : 30 1 1113;.
th..t1i'f', ,_ __ _ lioi.s of the Iuns. cl.irjie of Miss Parrott, and it will !V her effort to commodious wanhou"c5.l.nuwn us Hel.xjs 'l-If county, aepu II. Duial Complainant 1
-' I merit the approbation c.fllI'r friends and warehouses will continue tn lei', .ue Cotton an.j
of Ia
TIN I nseml.lcs.lllinl taste and flavour, a rich patrons. against > Chancery.
\liE.1 Young L-idiej. di -niiecied Goods on storage. From his ('*ipcrieii'-e in ihe lousiness .JIarsball's
uuh the Seminary Worm Robert
E: t-ubvcnbi'r :; on the miniifaitu crJit rather than a medicine. Every person after > Syrup A. Forsyth, Defendant )
II.tnU8 cany can if desim ed re--cue in.t in ol he\ flatters himself that he can give satisfaction recommended all
times taking; mercury, in any have ic tiuetion any the to parents, hU'1rS. and others to thesaiisf.iction
mi; 01 'finV'tre, andill .it a'l I way !h"'IIt ourse IS Tapp inng cube Court that
thoN< who exliiid him I
-ranches. to their
: to li1trun- who
to two bottlea of this may have th--mana:rment of f chtlJren.
one
or In as
on hand ;cni r 1 .is-omi.enr, (ithcratulocra nlcJilioe. the decline that R..bert A. For'ytb is no' an inhabitant
!Mi
1.\t. l'tnREsnII'-Gell. Brown RandallGov.Call age. : watthcusfs are III g".J older, aillf1.:1- the met eifectual .
: rot..il, oruu ic.ivon.ible terms as be sold I cf life, or w lien the system has been impaind ,Ju.lge / won DESTROIINC medicine: yetdi this T..rrtory.but liv.sin some oldie United States
r o cal Col. Bu.ler.Tailaha fectly secure lioni tire a* also Iruni iiiunJaiion by ed.
>c'>\:I
in Ul.\' Southern m.-rkpt, (lfi\erable! at my store in by CJC< !: it nourili's. strcngtl and siipjioiUit tides ,. It it iheief.re decree. and ordered, th.it, unless lie
1U14tlt5.1'C.! WM. H. i :-it is hot piesunimg too f.r to .add, that it uctuaU ee, Ocr, llth, 1837 10-4w high to which in my places on the .I -t.arc This syrup belles being safe and active rem- appear here and answer the com.'hiinit'x bill on or
FIt\XCIS. luble. %WILLIAM J. BAILEY.Marnolii.Q. .
ldC.'J'jiis muittuge, is agreeable and ,pleaoaui to the and
\ taste, before
the fir-t '
prltns
I Ila .Monday in the will
: 'ins noan e'peienced l; t.4. I RJ7. 9-4", child May next ssme
no Wilt refuse to take
all ariiclesM:1 te! made to order ill the above line: Pan'cea has been introduced to the public TO TIll PriJMC. it. be Uik'n and confessed 1 a;nnsl him, and the nutrs -

and !!Jobork dOI.cI'h, ut di-lay, cither in th: for a.stout unitand, has ucnvcd more testimonials. hi it due to Miss PARRO to s-ate, that the ilOOK-lilNDEUY. It is also happily other calcuia! 'ed for preventing and i" thcrcot decreed accordingly.' And it is further

tin ware iDI .\ c'N iron l l'u i"t.,!t. W. II. F. 1 n i.s f ivour tor its tllicacy, in sa short :nmc, tl.1 charges in her school, both in their re- THE Subscribers have (opened bindery' in Talhhassee I- are removing many such bowel disurd- lo which: hiKlrn I' o 'dred ard decieed, thai this order of puthciutBbi
present subject as
Jan, (i. IStrJ.:l 'J-2-tf any (lher medRine t,ei diarrhea ur summer compiami-., piloted wcekl/ ins me of the public newspapers

and abroad, will induce hUll, e s, aye, thousands I l.y the afticeof her friends. In the firs: instant business in as good b:) Ie as can be doLe or KMsene, vumiimg and purging it i isinvaluable t ot this Territory for four Months.
LVM) rK) & .\ LI':. to apply lor it, to the tiuc virtue a friend was consulted who. having children e, ebew here for allaying those pains which ehildrensutfer ; Tex'e, THO. II. DUVAL. C'Ik.

I will nil nttract" o' Land coiiMklm, ; of 32'') thcrtof.JSotwihstanding: rcol <,ducate, from monies of delicacy advised a higher to Paper ruled foi bills, le'ter! 5'C- in tutting; 'hur teeih. and if previously I Del'. 23. 1315. I Copy) o."I
used will reuder this
acres, 170 in t 1'uh. iii .tcol cuh'ation.'lh :attempts may be mode in impair rate than rirtnmvance w.,uld juIIInnJ ihe mai- Particular ai'enu p nd to re-bmdmgod! books o1.eraion( : of nature fTfe 'tly _

good gin louse and :screw 1 sufficiency < f nejrcab'ns .'I l the cnnfd.I'fe! frt t1i public in the tlhcacy sid iurat.e cr in const quener beingsulinnteJ for; nconsulcraU New-pip*-r-, M 'gizinesc.. mild and free from danger. It "qual.r: ctficaciou:> LEON SUPERIOR COURT.

and provisions en 'ugh to SUpply| the plantation c r"1 fr this medicine, it will go .n to L Oie undtisi ned. aticrinaiuie
the flirt \ear. 71ie land is S tua'f. d lilt conquer disease, rtln'vcheatfliiti.d.ind. earn for lil- UK) >n the present rates, asihe lowest r due,ion ders shall be executed with ne tiles and tie-patch. is recomm. nJed with the as urance that a is fully \"S. I J At.1bm'f
Iron the} M\ road and adjoin' sell i-d ( of thousands und of thou adequate to t ) the puipose intended and that much Thomas Jefferson
T.Uahb'n 1'c.l.uke tieg< opinion tens which in .e..ou it ;possible to make. It is with CUSIJ.1AN.IIAy.Atm' ) ,. Ho_.11' .. lariTCet rrlIU 114 Green De.' .id.int
ing Mr. Lori me r and other luimeduie posses. sands.! Already n' tamed fur itself a name real pleasure thai the Tall.ha.-e. October 15'h. KJ7.: 'oBY OUllPCI.- anti 10- .
und"-rs'gne-d jtTi' r ,},i. pvr>> _ n.encc, it annul do any harm. :ssrr.psit. .Juarhmentane! samnr.oM, ad retp.
"ion will be given. l'ur &rm.apply 10 Du\alln.1 I .liirh iei irilly *...lc.t reach that Such IS nuion, and recommend i. ine palion:se of their -f'r .-.r >6io.'ics. Directions for 52 J 60, damages 33000 returnable .
"..",. .>., i rtiiJIMSCOB. A. the fact, tl.e iiumbtr of Iditis .. acconipanj each homile.tIamIiall's to April te m
ClA 11 m possession mu ltu'ily f ilnu oniiunc, o k mmary in which ihc high moral arrivals fiom Baltimnie and New York, .f said court, '1818.

Jan. 6,'1-!.to.- .-.-tf l :.1&f}' tile iu.sL incredulous ; and wio nc'cllal jinl isle It-dual character of ihe accomplished) > have just rcc&ivtd, and are opening at compound Syrup of JMendant in said case, andaflothcra inler-
,)', there could be obt.nncJ. numerous Itstimo! cip.il IN sufficient guarantee to the pupi's fur the ac- the Store i 1'ervort. THE
:co'i'ie') formerly oeCAipied liy Mr. James Me.\lul-' ied, wilt i.'kr notice of the inssitntiOB of
.lal9 under the sanc.ny, ef tIc oaths of those who, qui ili ,IA ol'dll that is useful and ornamental in len, a large and choice For coughs cold--
-
mmd* ', .dn't ihcouie polite ass..it.nent of G l lICE.IUE asthmas, spitting of blood,, Soid! suit by attachment, as .m1r.-said and tl.ey! aie
; atur the I
sutlcrnt and
ALLpersrnslannqd! il. b pl as.,d to ;nscni illness!: have been entirely moat acute ret'Jl1 to lonp healthbut', protracted, u education. Thomas Randall the : and! PROVISIONS, whuh are offend to of liver the c 'breas m|>iamis' and, witooping luog cough, and all diseases required loapi"ar and plead! n. the declaration filed:
town or trade in said
, them mimediat ly -oKOBEUT does country on very accommodating: ca-e according to the statute in sn-h tuem
not tutor into the ::cnsionof 'J 1 be
c'lrnjIi nitnyhow terms-viz: reslurativep.werofthjs medicine in .de and
Thomas Brown dis provided. .
: RAYMONO REID orCIIAULESH is for botanic DUV.o\L. ALLEN,
it possible medicine to clTe.t such eases of the Lungs have been
AUSTIN. PROVISIONS.Sup aie'ied by the mos; Feb. 3, la.-26.3m for Fill
wonders in the healing art, as cx[>ncnce hasproed Francis Eppes, Baltimore cured canvassed I Hams respectable physicians both of Europe anti this Attorneys

Jan._27. 18.:; tS-t them competent to pet form but such arc the Richard: Ilaywdtd do d. lliu.Jlins.1ltil1lt1rc country. It pu-.se& sedative, expectorant and NOTICE-

"OTICEAllrvdton' legatees, and per-ons fjcts. that they cannot be Je:1ld. Robert J. llacklcv.Oct. New Whe it Flour tonic properties, and hence abate fevers, mitigate I

_. c'Ui'lcd to di! <*rjbiiiiiin of the estate of \% 11tonUO Thc 81)0\e medicine C.1 be obtained of G. H. Si'T. 22, 1S37.Rowaixd's "W No- 1 Butter and I ard coughs and almo-l instantly removes slight and ALL persons late James hiving Mennie claims of against St. the ejtataof
MaiLs
)' il de ea,, late of Ja t $on C"untr. FIs.. nrehe'fHy E LDEHEHGJHIonr.e sire. t. Talluh.i Cod :h, Maektrel, arid Cheese. recent colds, whilst it give's immediate: relief to quested to them are re*
and all
toificl ti ii ;pie ell their demnnds I filly sce, fJ:, wlh proper uircclvl! for usm it. LICU'ORS. th'jse w.nch from neglect have assumed a more I! said estate present per.-ons i. debtti to

aUlhtilt''ateJ. whhm two \ears from the d.tlr of Perry TOlnhip, MiJJlit tCJlly.la. May 3, IS:i;. Tonic Tlixlnrc mid'Anti-. Champaigne, Cognac, Peach, Apple aid Spanish dangerous character, and seldom tails to cure the 1 m-nt. are requested to G.m.ke G. immediate puj1 -

this! or t'i.ev: \. ill ''c fo"ever barrrd. Ainl all per- :It. JACOB IluteH->n, niyM.ll ctm.traineil Costive Pills.IN Brandies. must obstinate ca'.''. Feb. 1838 27 tf HOLT dm'r--

FOI.S io. eLte-d '0 .ij c.llfe i*)Up itcd to make inlorm lOU ot the eiiects thai jour Panacea consequence if the numerous attempts to, Holland Gin, com.try Gin, Jamiica Rum It will be found surerior to any other medicine, -

i rmediaie pa\inent. ANN ROYAl. Adm'rx.JOSEPH had on me. In the year I IftiO, during the montiis palm spuiinus mutations of ll..w.lI"oalu;\ Monongahcl.1 and cllm""n"h'.key' fur the cure of 'shortn of breath, hoar*enes,

IR\V1.N. Adiu'r. of Jauuary.Febiuary.Maich and Apt ml, I was emlIloitd -- ble Medicines on the public-he has determined to TOBACCOES. heczmga, and promptly! remedial in soreness ot TRUSTEE'SL .

Feb. IO,1-1 in thrashing with a thrahll: machine,and confide the sales exclumvely io agents in different Superior old Principe" Cigars. the breasi and lungs. In woooping cough its cor- I N pursuance of a decree of the Hon. JuJjtof

cai'jrhl cold Hnd be dust teemed 10 settle on my jiartsof the ce-umry, fiom whom -done the genuine Cuba k Havana do r':me efforts will I be speedily d-scovered the Superior Court of Leon County us lie

ilAV.NASEGARS.. limits. I MilFett-il much pain, und could no l longerattend articles can he h.cl. and to guard the more etFectu- Fine Cal chewing i'ubacco in papers Marshall's. Tonic Jlixture. Clan-ery si'e of the said Court in ths weof

OOO very -tiperior Haan SEGARS, im L- TO my business; ; the pain was located in my' ally against the impositions of unauthorised veid-. Complete assortment of chewing and other tobacco For and Ma cus A.Armnistead,survir jag partner 4c.stain

e 1"llotl dref, lUst icceived and for sale at the bieast, particularly on the 111 liJe. I wa'.'Ko :fliued f- ers ; lie has instructed his agents in Be>ston, New. ATicrvoau, Scotch &. happ| ee Snuff. Agtie Fever. the heirs and legal representatives of Anthony

.\%:cTIl : JI% "iT. bv II. IIACKLEY ( with nmghiisweatsanil lever, I ought Ihe aid York, Ph--idelphia! and Bilitirore, to make HO Goniowder, imucri.it;
:eptember' IiO'h, 1S3" e-if .1 1 yam It'U'Phy-ician* in i ihis rcga.l, but a'l J to no salts l. .lerchanls. and others ot any of the Mtdicihctla 1.uaaiand brown Suirar, .V..I.is- I bTEW RT it BARNARD, 16th instant I will, on the twenly'eycTX h dif of

purpose; I lien traveled lu LLcaI r coiui'y, aidaUoto be carried South, fur sale agimiim. Large quantifesof ; I Rio HavaHA Coffee. coai e and fine Salt! next door to the Post Office Jfjrch next, between the hours of 12 O'CLOCK .M.
FOR SALE. Chest r ('o. and I Doctors Jan. 28, 117 -25 6'1I and 2 o'clock P. M
employed c\ral a pernicious article in i.itlliolf the feiuime Cotton Bagging and Bale Rope. on the said day, in (met o'the

1 ti flLs! *'' Lime rn board of the there but lUrivd no benefit ; finally, I had iccuuise \Jil'\lrC' have l>rrn manuf.iciuitrd, by LIICIUS S Corn- I liloom Raiv.m, Chortilate nlm'lnde. Mustard water DH. LIUNrEIt premises, offer for sale for CAsH.'all tlutp f'an
1 00 : brig Olive Branch, exprcied to te your Panaee.", al.l ued one bo.tie: uhtch stock & Co. of New York, and sent lo the Sou/A far aiuPbuttf-r Cracker Sperm Candles Sweet portion i-f Lot number one hundred an.f >Uty v0)
I purchased at LcwiNtown n, Pa Hut it setmed at al/!. The name of/Ioif/ouJ instead of ROM ; Oil TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. in the ori.inat of
an ive daily, b tiWAIM; &M.IUDLN, and, is Limp Oil, Rifle Powder, Shot. t t-. t tc.-For pla the City of TaIgh.mC,
at til. :11 -. ) fiist not to d I.i me any good, for I l-eca.ne wlker. on lie bottles of the imilttion. The genuine article II sale by G. H. ic T. E. LINDENBCRGER.Tallalusote Bi' thea!eof[ Dr. Hunter's inclinable Pdla heretofore conveyed by Latiaus ,iriBixt'ikJ mt

Dec. IS::". 17 tfGROCERIES. aid was obliged to keep my bed. My I friends may be hall of the lotIon* (KTMIIIS, .n arc Oct. 41. I lltfCOTTON. wn. of either sex. if they carefully follow Marcus A. Armistead, to Anthony Lambert,*>7

alcised; me i
: it a faIr trial and sent for anotht'r bottle; this Biniard jr.. &(0. General A-cnt, Tallahas&cc, I accon pan)mg (them are enabled effectually t0 era- much thereof will be sufficient to pay off sat.i'f
aifordcd! relief at.d\ soonsirenqthene'i and William Kerr & t THE: subscriber i is now mealy to advance or dicate CURTAIN and discharge the
1IE liive ji.-t\ re.uvcd lr m New OrleanHan inlprt'ved Co., Tbomasville, upon I a DISEASE, and to restore amount due and owing wilts
me as much ws'tLe firm had caked I purchase Cotton, at ihe hi he-t tll1l"J.'t 'e.WLLIAM lost health with said complainants and
itivoicfot Bacon Claret Wine Madeira me. sent James C. Eccles Quincy, pri ea>e, safety,and certainly in a few ihe t arenas attenairgxusale.
Wine, I'ick.cc, IF1iiaey' 4c. which we sell fur a thud bottle, and am now restored enjoying; Swaitn, Lloyd, K i:.. Si. Marks. CENTER, d:'ys. Dated at Tallahassee. 1i Feb. ISJ3.
low for \\1 bet'er health than 1 have done for the last len Thomas Alexander Hickinwn, Oct. 15, 1837.-1Q N.". 4 Berr>.'. row. ar The extensile sale and unexampled successof L. A. THOMPSON, TtuIe.

cash.G.. II. J5- T. E. L1NDENBERGER. jcar*-1 am aanm enabled to fuHow the 1.luuh Darius Williums & Co., .Moniicello, ( thus Medicine, in this and other cities, and 29-td
Ust FOR SALE. principal -
July 89, 1S37. 51 4 vcr s'lice: Auguct. I am flld'ol1'illC'ltl that J. 1). Carpenter Mid-asocky. towns throughout the Union, (for the last fifteen

-- -- your panaiea, maybe takm without any injury, The label of E. Barnanl jr. 5r Co. will be on all 100 Bbls of Flour, and year*-.daring which i il was satisfactorily: prepared LEON COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT.
by
B.P.1IELS1'each ai.d WluTkcy.A and isu useful medicine. Yours, 500 Bushelittf Otis bySSEAIM
lo Urandy peclully, the bottles sold by the above agents. Dr. Cwmway. incomes'iblypnne. that when Richard Hayward
T
ned
,
.t) Pitn DAVID EfeHELUA, Tallahassee .- ..VADDEX.St. .
:B..gilg. July 7th, 1817. 43lfNOTICE. with the LVJECIION POWDERS it
The following remarks hthe Marks Dec. 2 effects a TS- 'Ima Chincery.
Lot of Twine, edilorol the Stark 1837 17-if and of
20 Das ColUc, County, Canu.n Ohio) Democrat, are extracted! thorough denominated the speedy cure of the that dieadful disorder, Thomas Jefferson Green, 3
LTvTNOTlCE.S7ITI. Scourge Human
panuh and An.crican Frar from that paper of April .t. l.n7. 'rn. PILLS Race. I T appearing to the satisfaction ef ihe Court th t
,,lIE subscribe are accompanied, when
In blorc and for sale at the Ai'dicn Mart, by DUCK'S PASACF4.'We invite the attention of hasjust received from Georgia L ITJ. RANDOLPH, ATTORNEY requires it, with the INJECTION the ease the defendar t, Thomas Jefftisoa Ure.n.isnolan
tt.J. IIACKLEY, the citizens of Canton and the public generally a first rite 50 saw gin, mind three of 40 f.lWS. I T V5T LAW, will practice in all the Couru and CERATE these constitute POWDERS inhabitant of the United Stales ofNL'rthAm41-

Tallahassee, 0.', 17,1837. 11-tf to the advertisement in anothei column of this paper cast steel plate, which he wishes to sell OB accommodating Middle Florida, and will>u-nd tosuch business applicable; to the a most powerrulmeiicine ca, but a citizen of the Stare or Province !tit*.
.,
---- -' ,under ihe above head. We have used the article temmi. JOHN ISLER as may be entrusted to his care. Office in the building Protean disoidar. Ful'.und: various stages of this it is ordered by the Court, thai lithe saiJ defendant
NOTICE. ourselves ana can recomnund Eijit miles east of Tallahassee.NOT. occupied Call plain directions, with a Thomas Jefferson Green
safely it to the formerly by and Walker. popular treatise does not appear
15 I9J7. explaining the
STRAYED from Tallahassee about four weeks public, as an invaluable remedy for most of the 15 October -2Siti, 1637. 13.tf and the mode of various svmninm." answer the bill complaint filed by said KiC"

6ml horse with a light mane an,J diseases with which mankind are nfflic'ed. Having that treatment, accompany each box'so : Hayward, on or before the third day of the next

tail, and bald dce. Alt! ft small bay bort.e, w.ah a for a number cf years been sublet) to the Is- B. E BRYAN, Surgeon Dentist. Meml er I DUMFRIE'S EYE WATER (Price persons of the Pills lie either sex may cure themselves! Novermber term of this Conrt, to be held w

star in his (onhlad. ROlhere.n g< ol I order CCBCS or NIUIITMARK, to an alarming extent, the little "Society of burgeon Dentist of Ihe .'u sore or inflamed Eves gives immediate eaa and and Cerate 50 $1 a box ; the Injection Powder city ofTalLshas, ia lb. Tern'torj OP1U' "

when they left home. They were lat seen near Panacea was recommended 10 us by Dr UoucL- City and Stale of New York" Respectfully offer .i i .,jet On recent sore eyes the effect is mOl .11. cents each.) fame will be taken ns confessed. ihedeert1"

the Georgia i line ill< tIle lutghborhood! of C puin himself and \v? Rr. happy '0 MY"e have l-ecn his professional scrvicrs to the L
Manny's. A suitable reward 'il be paid for entirely relieved frm that distresvjn? affliction. Tallahassee and its vicinity, and feels confident 'I standing, and in some exceeding bad cases,the years -f the 1.eDr. W. T. COSWAT, by his immediate said bill of complaint. By order of the JUd'
their the thi offire.Jan. As a family medicine we have hesitation from his l 1.111 in the difficult [ most Soi-ccsswr, and the Sole Proprietor T.
delivery to owner. Apply at no in : experience 1 most unexpected and desirable relief has been f found in KID- Thomas Randall. THOS. H. DUVA1-, tTk

,,. C, 1833. 22-ifDROUGHT saying that_ we believe it is unsurpassed. cases, during extensive practice of many years, the ute of thit Aye water alter every other DF.R.of whom they may be had at (his Counting By L. WD.. STONE, Dep- .
in the City of New York, and in various remedy Room, i iI Chambers oyer No. 99 door
parts of had failed. next to J-
REMEDY FOR Mans persons who have used i it February 3, 1818-16-61
TO JAIL RHEUMATISM.T 1. the South, ef his ability to insure their entire satisfaction. it the bet preparation for these pronounce KIDDLR Drug Store, corner of Court and Hanover -

th.12th: il t., a Mulatto B.jy. who says he I IIE excruciating pain-the decrepitude and they have ever mot with especially in compLaints of Street near Concert hall Boston and also COUNTY OF JEFFERSON, 31. P. F.
ON
sto D. A. CJill.iid! of Floiida he nays deformity anHthe premature old age, whichare corruptible, Porcelain, and Natural Teeth, in. or inflammation of long cases sureness by his appointment, (together with all those other James Gadsdens

ho left the'.,plantation of Col. Alston tome four the usual attendants the disorder, are suffered scrteel in the beat manner, from a tingle tooth to an cents a (lio'.tle. standing. Pric : \alaabie Medicines' as prepared by the late Dr. \ ,

\etk since. Said toy i* about 5 feet 10 inches in by the many from of despair the of a care, .r disappointment entire i.rl.Teeth None are genuire unless signed on the outside Cen\VAT,) bySTEWART Wm. H. Redding, Ana Jane \ In Chancery.Holloman .
efficacy numerous pretended antidote extracted with
inMruments I
atksankwzirdIy. Die owner is constructed ona the BARNARD, No.6.
reque.tet printed wrapper, by sole ) and others.ITappearingby .
pmpiiulor T.
KID
to effect this purpose. But those who have mad a new mind improved which .
principle, by
to come foiward: piovc prcpeity, pay' cha the dmipcr DER, immediate successor to the Uta Dr. W. D ruuaHn.
fair trial of i* obviated and the T .1 June 2 J
take him away. pain oftimetupom ation :rea.t. Cun\u *itaiiauOe. 1H35. wu that A""
satisfactory evi fence,
JAMES A. NEWMAN, Jailnr.Thomasille. Dr. Jelib't Celebrated Liniment, 1y diminish Tetth perminrnrly filled wilhgnM. For sale at his ROUGH T abo e *
It Counting Room, over No 9i to jul j on the Slur day of Ftb one of defendants
ef"rrnt't5-Jud B
Dec.. .14, .J HJ37.. 20-tf even incuse* longstanding, and of :hc 11101.1 re- M. Bluuut. L. A.Cameron Judge Drake, T1io. Court street, near C
WATCHES JEWELRY &r. ten character, have received certain relief, and Esq., Thompson, Esq., Thomas his special appointment bSTIWART> Georgia, a nesro boy by the name ol JOE county he ia the Mate of Georgia,it is ordered, tW
Baltzrll R. J.
many liar: heeD cared in a few day, some in i4! Esq., lladdev. Esq. he ; says she de and file ii iliOi
& beleng io George Washing Dunam appear| her defence in
)'cnbpr: has on hind a handsome N. B. Specimens of Dr. U' BARNARD of L'her
tup- hours! a* a nun b<*r of personsin Boston and viciiiitj workmanship and -.
TIu TallahauM March suit before the '
IS. but on or first ofjoly1'
the bEI'e articles, which testimonials of character and 14 (No. 3 'y county Geoigia, wln Mi the plantallon of Monday
\.i.dltm who were formerly aflbcted with RhcuIl1Bti many ability 'B
m. may !, else the bill of beU
J.-p Cn.n near Qu Florida. complaint in said soil will
his usual tern.s. lie hai in be seen at his office. ncy Said bo is
t\o experienced have fully ttlIll lieu. Certificate. in the CITY *
very are poi STABLKS about 35 for confessed decieeof'11
Match makers and he assures the Ladies will ha waited 01 40 years of age, 5 or 6 inches hich against her, and the
public essioc of the the upon at their residences. *
Propritor.l'ro\'in most thoroughand *
dark in this AB
be will spite no pains to have their work done1eronipLly ot this Ll Office at Fi.sher's Riot,). THE f- L1owiu rules and rrguaions! : are adop complexion and has some imi-edimeiU; in hisspe.'clm. I court behalf awarded accordingly. ""
cure bj means
surprising powerful is further l b
for the The nrt"cied that of this order P"
own a
of r or .
I a"d in the b"bt manner. NLMENT in' whete ther lovernraent the above stable, munaer of said boy is requested copy
Mr. B. AfciCAlfhai resumed the Gun Smith bu had utterly. cases failed. approved application GROCERIES GROCERIES.WE and will be strictly obaerted ; it is hoped they will to come forward, prove property and take ted weekly for four months in some ncwjp1published !

.in"s in my back shop and will he happy to attend givegeneial satikuction, and prevent u.iaunderae- Him away J. .'. N EWAl.N, Jailor. in this district.
to any jobs in that DUMFRIES REMEDY FOR THE PILES have just received and offer for sale dmg. Feb 10. 1838-27wl Let publication be made as prayed for.

line.FREDERICK TOWLE. The proprietor begs leave to recommend (which low The hire ofa hack and four, f 15 00 per day. A CARD. THOH S RANDALL, JJ-
10OO Ibs.
Jan. C 1S3S. Bacon Hark and pair A true opr, WM. BUDD, CIcik.Ma'ch .
hcdoei with the of 7
fullest confidence) one the motvalnabla 50
t2tr OOO Ihs indebted the na''>scriber .
to
good Cheese Su'key and boriei THOSE are earnest 3. l.38. 30-m4 .
THE Board of Directors of the Union Bank of remedies kuowft br Ibis troabl*oni' and 50 Boxes Candles 3 50 to call and settle their accounts. ___ -

Florida at their meetiujf on the 6Ui inatn ordered painful complaint.. Wit boot going into detail IMdeeoi 25 Bunch Sperm Raisins Stajlo do hone, 2 00 Administrators and Guardian who owe for advertising ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE.

that a farther extension of time be altowid the subscribers > it enough to Mr, ha baa in hi. pocMuioi l,0001b Cod h do prweek, 7 00 are informed: that their bills are generally to an order of the County Court

totha new stock, to bring in their .pi. the mOlt uadoubled teitimonial that it hu more 85 Kegs Butter) Ho do>e at Live y, pr month, 25 00 of so small an amount that reliance is solely bad AGREEABLY will bs exposed to saw *

meat and title pper namely nntil lh. completely an.wer.dthe pzpoa.furwbieh it U intended SO Laid do prday, 1 85 on their koner for payment as they are not worth publictendue on Monday the 5-.kdaT of Malt

oesday in JOHN RKHILL. than any other popular medicine S3 bbl Seed Potatoes Alt SinelrfeeJ, 63 cent*. the trouble off reed collections. ''bis remark will at the Court HOMO Door, the rOllowmImgtnc
h.rsei
hired
Feb. 10,1838.-27tf Cashier.. This remedy i* ptufectiy Innocent' in' it. application W bbls Whiskey the baa mnaibe paid f nr in advance, unless also apply to the distant PAt,, ot the Floridian, of hod, viz: West LaU ofoorth eaiiq ,
all condition a
to Fall anac'-ouot with
pen
tfetand sexei. direction Hi bbl. Sweet Malaga Win No tan dehvt, the stables. who owe ibr subscriptions) prior lo 8th April 1817. of section thirty-five, township two, range
of eel w'lhoul
Ad4tola: api.raiiers ol tbeUnion Bank otFionida description tht'ootbplaiat, Ao. accompany Jl., Mackerel, Dried Apple Filberts an order f o:n the ow The subscriber is very ptientbutdeemsii bat & E.; West half of the south east quarter oftk
each which Sugar ner or to his known ,
packet, MmUuortwe boxe Ointmentand servantSmtkmnp
of Oadsdcn, Wm. B. McCall, John fair to notice tint his elan sir >
Cotree-All of which we will dispose whole- give list will be >A twenty township iwo, rang twos
ready
Inlfa. For the of Jackson Briti Electuary. Price, 91 (for tht" whole. g 50 oft by in th._attbles U I'robib'ted. Persons tor 80U
the the ,
county Jo tale it a mall advance on cost press,on first January 1939.: and will djowiaftha lands of Braden and Gosa
8e; Brktf Jr., Josiah 'Dank Bird cents if bat ooo of the article U wanted. entt4rnc, will please eo.t the fate.CANNON. be warded Texas of BMurray. -
'" Q H. AT. E. L1NDENBERQER. Arkansas, and eb where. th benefit of'the ereditnra of Ui estate
Luke Loll, John II. XUnndcr. .- '- For Sale by STEWART. BARNARD laa.I', I llM.-11-lf Ja.. l I.. & RUSSEL. WM. \VILSON IfM- S. MURRAY,Md'.
,
99-3m
Jan 13 H .-23-r, F.b.183&5w

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