The Floridian

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The Floridian
Uniform Title:
Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee [Fla.]
Wm. Wilson
Creation Date:
July 5, 1834
Publication Date:
Weekly[Nov. 11, 1837-1848]
Weekly[ FORMER 1831-Oct. 15, 1837]
Semiweekly[ FORMER Oct. 18-Nov. 4, 1837]
Physical Description:
v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
30.451667 x -84.268533


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).
Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.:
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).

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tf. BRADEN as a Candidate to re- = coosoquenre. if the l loies of 1912 and'1.'ary

lion county i in the next Legislative e are paid, that some future Confess 1818
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I Ijr "LAISSEZ : those of 1814 at Pcn
11 > II I NOCsFAIRE"r rolcl. Any
"'itt JtV F. SIMMONS, will consent to be.Cdate m\tvm. -- .-- --- --- attempt against the report "f a committee
bUi 1 at the Election in I CJitQ add that claw of claims to
September _
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of the next Legislative Counal would embarrass ,
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Members ----"". 4h n .I nt destroy the
ra.8tt Jlbe1upported by r.'ANY VOTERS. NOTICE. -.----- V'< L V' funded for East indemnity
THE Female School I = J: --\-.... All-...,. Florid- ; and the further
authorise* to announce Col. under the TO THE PEOPLE -- sideration of the con.
Mra. superintendence OF "' subject
E are ALaI' E. FLORID ::I will be
Jf JOS. M WHITE, as a Candidate tot 8ession on the 11th of BaO\\"lf, will close its first FELLOW CITIZENS : Congress, and could not be removed without until it can be presented under more postponed favorable
tho Territory of Florida in the 24tU Vacation ofhc Week,, for the, when she will give a If I bad not in the sanction of Congress. auspices.The .

of the United States. 'I the children some reCff'ation purpose of affording views I _entertain of the accordance with the The preponderance of the two old question about the
S from extremes
tnrY' gre'E dnring the Weather. their studies tie to his duty of a representa_ appeared to be greater than the between Georgia baundiry line
The censtituents .
> authorized to announce Colonel School) necessities of came for .
JAM'DSDEN will prescribed their up discussion
< &re ; open on the accordingly rule t. ] local
mrscf condition
I'fl\ a candidate to repiescnt the tel for the in8tru 2th of July at the Parsonage from which I am unwilling t. deviate a : required ; and I urged I again, and a bill to run and mark the
jftion of YOUNG tle! end of at upon Cengress the line agreed
--- ofFlonJainthr: lhCongress of the United wiU take few LJ.DUS. She each successive necessity and expediency upon between the
a of commissioners
oj. l JUlY' 27h J P33. SO aged. SlDU BOj.s that can be easily man- gress to give you a brief session of Cop- bers giving to the middle district two more mem- of Spain and the United State

.Eire .RUthorizf t o announce Maj. WILLIAM From the liberal proposed to be d.naforyourbenefitT.kJd which has been done in a bill that has treaty of 1795, was passed in Commiieof
da1 y VATT.s candidate to the dv patronage which she has on the passed the House theYhaJo
W represent terrirriorkl.'v.inthc received, she tatters alrea- present occasion S apd will by a large majority. In
24th Congress herself with lave remained no doubt other
'fOr : of the United still being patronised the hopes of There has pass the Senate. words, Congress decided

'trS, ___ July 27th 1833. 50tf see and its by ,the citizens of TaUahas.. been, in the six months of I trust that this will OI ..agiinst._ the pretenSIODS -
viciltitvAI session the give Geor2ia. and in r. _
> n nr t---- not vet fermine' __ .... peace and quietude ._ .#..II".. i :.J
"' ...... 1 in OJ ---- -- 9..A &
a .V.IUL
riurhonscJ to announce her ucHlg @w to -- matter of .
/LL/.9.V C
tiE arc: B. imployers give little much doli; The
ample satisfaction rest, or of p ot jnta AI'"v .nn,1... : .a..a report of
."llTT.JLL as a candidate to represent the Terms ( 7dti congrau! ion7 h7t I mi"ht .'with which I have endeavored---- J &U" JC L, In sacola a canal route between Pirn.

try r r1WI nd in the 24tb "ongrfss( of the U ni:3tcS. Fo Spelling, 41 herttofi, gre at propriety, have spare ment to make an arrange and Mobile Bays was made at this
1838 5tf Reading, Writing fc Ari h"/ the recital of 8i you the trouble of satisfactory to all parts of the won of Congress, under sea-
ffietlck If Territory.I law
per causes which h8V the neeeS a passed author-
qatner rru'oi1
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Fo tne ----- ; a
/ Cllran"
LD ron Ql T.E. j jl:1b'criLcrs r Grammar, Geography, mt. rmiO' ) _confiidnrnrinr*. nf me deep and pervading "u"tJ W II UtJ it tne aofimota Th
tJust : offer for sale, on accommu__ w I sophy, Chemistry, Rhetoric &.History, 6 fln interest which have agitated the whole country n. difficulty in having such sum added, if it condition mence at of the public expense m tile $Thit
of excellent LAN be for revenues of the
tract some useful I
rJE the following object, country.
.kt which is: elcveli l Wtod for less than from the meeting of Congress to the present properly shall take
of water passing through it hand- a quarter, the with
; chargeable the
)iai.fen.. '-rtjam to United States. It was survey me to England and
.: s1 about 7 miles from Monticello, in Jcf- WM. FLAKE, I IV Aa time., hO'IYCYCI had that the seven new members w.uld supposed not Holland this summer, and see whether capitalists -
is'C Sv, to wit:-Th C.Southeast quarter and \ M. HILLYARD you a right t. expect that j I
.rill the ( the Southwest quarter, Section 31Thc.IItaOo WM. MANER, .,} Trustees I some subjects importance to you should be )receive( more than tbe seven disbanded clerks. charter can be found who would, under a good

( the Northeast, and the East half of the ROBT. acted it is incumbent that it undertake the work.I .
ten r t !;ccttO=' 32, In Township! One, Range Tallahassee June that the failure ought not to emit to mention .
of 20 to t that
..reiliDli East, containing: together 400 acres, 1834. [45-2w] despatch them did net arise condition of the country, ever to arrive the you

'per'Iths ;:Ofl I le L Persons wishing to examine the Und, To MR. FRANCIS W. CARPENTER from any want of attention, or negligence on at, in their regular order, any .f the bills reported Supreme Court have disposed of twelve
:t.r "who will show it. my part. for the Spanish lond cases, all in fav.r of the
!..ter'k. oCit. notice, that on the first of Territory, I asked, as a favor. grantees
r.Jt11C KERR STURGES. TAKE day Sept m- When I arrived the which will, it hoped, give a new impulse
here after of
next, at Prnvidcnce, in the State of a voyage to Europe as.igninenv a day tar Territorial bills, '
-. rlW.a55Cr! ,]nnc 14th, 1S34. ((44tf) Rhode Island, we, will proceed to take the deposi rendered indispensable by causes withwhich allc;!iug a.s ou, reason the necessity I was under i to emigration.

1 MARSHAL'S SALE.Vvnuevf tions .William J. Crews, Benjamin G. Arnold you are familiar, I found the whole to return to Europe, ia this month for( my i The Forbes purchase" i.; hung: up upon

two writs of Fieri Facias to me de- and George J. Tyl'i ; and at the Exchange, in country in the deepest state of distress and wife. The day was appointed, without whichnot the pretence obtaining papers in Cuba

111eLi1l I'ilnwlI, I 1"1'1.11 expnsc Rt public sale before the the City of New Orleans, in the State of Louisia excitement, resulting from a contest betweenthe a single bill would have been taken I which I believe any ene at all acquainted with
rdc; Court House, in the City of Tallahassee, na, on the first day of October next, we will Exccntive up I the case knows cannot be had.
1111 pro- and the Bank of the or acted We have however
fifth d 3y of July next, all the ntfit, title, claim cee d to take the depositions of lea United upo.i. succeeded The there
'.t'c-itrcsi'that JOHN Mclvca, deceased, had, or Levi H. Gate, Judah P. Farnrington, States. It is not my province to go themerits beyond my most sanguine exp(>ctations. agent demanded thrt", pipers,
Benjamin be the
i. f "jMJrtn administratrix of Mcher de- to read as of this only ones ho ever specified, all nt win h
John ,
Di.h x 1ii evidence in three nuils depending in the controversy. The \ bill has passed the House of Representatives
the following described tracts of Superior were already in the record
i and to of the of which ho
r ir Court for the respective parties usual was
: 'to. wit -The East: h3lf of the North-West County of Leon, in the Middle Dis impute, as all appropriating twelve thousand dollars utterly ignorant.
''Ct. 'ircf Section Seventeen. Township One, Range[ trict > of Florida, wherein Robinson It. Co., and the blame to their adversaries. for a road from the Alabama line to Appala- I

I1ef Lith and Eli, containing 80 19-100 orl'n acre. Robinson, Wecden fe Co., and Levi H. Gale are At the end of the preceding session of Con. chicola It was net my purpose, last spr-rjf when I

, iWtt'est half ".r the SOU 1.\"cst quarter of plaintiffs, and you are defendant. gies*<, the country was in a state of the most. Provision has been made for the ef left Florida, to have suffered my in me ,j.!.l ito
\'(% ? One, South of Range One BALTZELL survey a be placed before the
it Township &
::e1flt WHITE, unexampled prosperity. Commerce road from Tallahassee people O."H_ .1'1 i--r
on- flLMntaimng SO and 29-100 of an acre, levied on Att'ys for Pl'tfls and agriculture .. to Cape Florida intended their suffrages This determiuai- ,' .-.. .-
pro !htnropcny'bclonginsto thecstnteof! John Mclver, T .!lhassec, June 12th. 1834. (44 4w)' manufactures were all tlourisbinaVe ". to pass through the peninsula of East ed from a deliberate ri-
I I}: '4isJ W satisfy said writs in favor of Blake & \ had a sound currency, well regulated andsafe Florida.! consideration o: :ic h" u-

Lt. i-fvand:: : George D. Fauntleroy, agent for ThomasUiuicror. T0 F.V PROPERTY FOR MLE. exchanges, a correct standard of value, Since the treaty has beon made with the Indians liar circumstances in which I was p-i-;*}'! It '

eaid :; Sale: wil! take place within thc uslTIiS. li. THE subscriber offers f.r sale, her and fixed prices efpreperty. Now, the whole. by which it ia that will is known to the whole Territory, tha' in*" .-.:-.
ESTON IANDOLPH, Jtf. they tinued ill health of
: S13y .1 House & LOT in the of Union bears my wife rendered a. \ti.i
town Quincy: the of the u
A. A. R, I appearance vegetable remove next autumn, it becomes a matter ofereat
:::..June,163-4. (43td) _, The is situated lot is extensive,containing three acreso7Knd7uid kingdom after a black frest. Commerce and t interest to the whole Territory to have I ved Europe necessary : and if she had not dr.-
in a pleasant part:the village. I I I great bsnefit( from the sea .
manufactures voyage ann so
- M.tRSHAL'S'SALE.\ There arc on the premises comfortable, are languishing, banks breaking, that promontory thoroughly examined. and I journment in Italy it
the; dwelling is a two story frame changes disordered and fluctuating, and the I doubt not that tho small of HiII borough I was my intention to ha/o &
r.V pursuance: of a writ of H. Fa. issued from the building, on a plan : county resignedat the end of the
CIcI i's Office of the Superior Court, Leon counumc well' adooted to the climate. Terms Cash,--Noprocs currency deranged. Importations have been I I will in a short time, rival any one in I The late present sesaio: ::. (

drfected, I sil' Gn Saturday the 5th day of or approved credit. For further particulars, apply so far checked that a great deficiency in the East Florida, in wealth and population.The flattering accounts I have received
yrcrtojrcrnt! pubbck sale, before the door of thejJrtHousfein to the subscriber. revenue is the has encouraged the hope of her entire recovery .
anticipated sales will be
: Talhhl&cl"! "((', fur cash, all the right, SUSAN S. SNELL. diminished ; sum of fifteen thousand dollars has and it is my intention in a i.'\v Jays, t-j
claim of JAMCS LEMOX in and Q.uincyICtli May, 18"4. [13 tfl]) and a eorrespending reduction I been
,irr rc5, wd to proposed by the Committee of Ways and sail for Europe to bria her home. I did
'1TO.V' GJZO: SLAVES, named .Selina and Jenny: FEMALE\ SEMINARY. may be expected in all the appropriations for Means for the repair of the road from St. Augustine "se, from the incessant efforts of the sirip -
}t d\lll"wir r.z tracts(lql\rcebor; LJMfD, to wit: maritime defence, and the improvement ot tbe party ,
,' EV.: J. H. T\rSG informs tha to Pensacola. This sum l>Lin inclu opposed to
np wt st 1u11"If the SoulII-El\st quarter of S'ct.ioncen.rTo'n R inhabitants of: : in to pp.r..udde you that I was a
this City and its vicinity, that h* Territory. ded in a regular appropriation bill founded nonresident
bjp One of Ranee: Two, North and propo s opening I and (tram tho very grat indul-
.:!:; nJ: b.iS()the East: halffthe 0l1tJ1.\Veu qafircf / SELEL.T SCHOOL for rOttYO L.1D1ES, In this state of things, it would be as unreasonable upon a report and estimate of the QuarterMaster gence yeu had shown heretofore, that there
':- Section Township and Range, levied on commence nt the late Office of Dr. MeLemore on as preposterous to that the attention .
'j s ime expect General
, the! 16th inst. In this School, all brunches of thorough may expected tn pass might have been a small portion of friends
;::1 fr properly! of said Lemon, to !satisfy an execution a .f Congress could be directed to without my
education or: objection. who
be would have
J ra: oi filler vs. Lemon, &c. may acq.iiT.d. There will be their deliberations boon dissatisfied with my
; THOS. ETON ..AND LPH, .V. four quarters of eleven w''cks each. Tae; School interrupted, by any other Provision has been made for tho survey of r absence.If .

'5. By A. M. RANDOLPH, D-p Marsh-d. hilr will be in 8 session o'clock.four Lessons luursaday, commencing at objects: than those of such a paramount and I the east pass int*.> Appalarhi( Bay and Rivor. .:- this had be iI t June, 1634. f43[ ids. past : will be appointed forscholar absorbing nature.
: ) < with view
a to the removal surrendered
( h to commit while out cf school tor the ensuing o oiHtructions, into your hands the honorable
LEON ACADEMY.rHEpublu morning ; and :t is thought this amount of con. Hoping that, at some portion of the session, and the imprcvo uont of the navigation. trust co-ifidetl to me with the same pleasure ,

finement a day, is as mu.-h as health will admit or instruction we might find a little time for mere local and I T h'iro is but hull doubt that a liberal I aocepnd it ; became I have
too much
'i 1: t is informed that: this Institution will require<<: or due tuition in domestic duties nl- territorial business, I took the earliest very appropriation red-
'S will be
opportunity givui for this nect fur and for
for the reception of Students on Monavif low. It will of course be thai all will be obi rot A von., .mv<* ir. tr desire tn hold
n expected all the bills! "
: 2CiL infant, under the superiutendcnc
Ie hip:t ; II. MATIIt-: M. D. late Professor in the ChsJ : they enter. Sholars requested to bring with! them purposes. canal between St Andrew's Bay and Appa- b letoyou.

r Dcpariinciti) uf the University of arylanil,p whatever school books ihcy may have, that a properchoice We have obtained appropriations to carryon lachicola river, but so many restrictions were I cannot>> conceal from the expression
$JLr.Ga :t. you bo m JThtfoUowing ? the navy yard, fortifications and arsenal. proposed, and difficulties of the
TERMS or TCITIOS : suggested, it very great gratification I have received '

: i J.! CCWi,. .. . . . .J40 .ter annum.Si are the classification and terms : Provision has been made to prosecute the was proposed to mdke an appropriation for a from the assurance.. that it was the wish of allof

class,. . . . 30 do. Per Quarter. surveys of the public lands, and the private survey, by the Unit d States' of old friends I
! 1st class In Reading and f peiin! $ 5 00 engineers, a my should rmnim ia their
1 Payable in advance. 2d cl:1ssln"fJtlU Arithmetic confirmed Spanish titles. sloop and steam-boat be service. This
", Geogra- ) passage to openedat generous expression of continued -
*, e 'five hola.stic mo.ith yearvill he divided into two seswof phy and English Gra.nnur, J 00 A bill drawn by mc, giving the right of preemption the expense of the United States. Th confidence, under the circumstances; has
, 4 f ir)1of Ocuibcr and ea er.ding First on term the first bcgirningoi March:'I 3d class-In all higher English studies, as 1 up to January 1834, has passed the I cost must be infinitely greater than that intimated penetrated me with the deepest emotions of ;

Ssoa4: term Rhetoric, Ethics! Natural History and >8 00 Senate, and will, no doubt, receive the sanction in the and
beginning on the first of April and end Philosophy, tic. &c. &c. very imperfect report we had gratitude, has left me DO alternative but t.say *
toa: thf first September in each 3 of the House of Representatives. I the subject and whether that I
t>,-1 year. 4th class-In French or Classics 10 00 upon ; commenced am willing to serve the people of

""o 1 ,&wnEe tacation in the month w:the of month.brc.h.of September-Spring Each class will of course be entitled to instruction This bill contains a legislative declarationthat and executed by individual enterprise or on Florida, again, if they choose to honor me

J :cesa c.f one week at Christmas. in any or all the branches of the previous classes. settlers who reside in the pine woods, and public accouit, it j is better to have a thoroughand with their continued confidence. .

The mm'jer of Students limited to 30. Any further information may be had on application cultivate in the swamps are to take a preemption scientific examination. It be
3 .Application frr ndramion made to Ltsut A. to the Preceptor at L. A. T OMI'50S'S, Esq.. at either place. It was with some A bill has been reported this may proper te remark, thatin coming
authorizing a survey to conclusion
Tallahassee! June 5th 1831. I violate no
lip&! pledge given
O is! ,Treasurer: of
j" Academy. difficulty that I induced the committee t* incorporate efthe Ausilla, Chipola, and Suwanee Ri- any man ; and 1 deny that one has the

!' DAVID TURBUTJ R. BETTON' >. The subscriber begs: Lave respectfully to this provision, because they consi- virs, with a view to their improvement, and the right to claim such any i i

.. JAMES: B.McMULLIN MACOMB.' ; I a inform his friends and the public, that his dered it was'an act of supererogation, as, according survey of the route and estimate of the cost Neither of the any gentlemen, expressed who have or implied.
establishment the House presentedthemselves
at Light :: Point,
R. to their construction of the existing of a rail road from
Y. Tallahassee
WELLFORD to Jackson !
p will be open by the 5th of July, for the re- or been presented, as candiri.: :
CHARLES AUSTIN, I < ccption of company. This Point is beautifully situated ; l laws, that right is perfect without further le- ville.An for the station, has claims .1-
LESLIE any upon me oi
.' THOMAS A. THOMPSON, I e= g W an a dry sand beach, open on three sides to the gislation.A appropriation has been made to complete on my friends, so far as I know.I .
J&U.nssec. May BROWN, J J sea and refreshed by continual breezes: from the orean, bill has passed the House .f Representatives the improvement of Stllark's Harbor. need
23d, 1834. hardly observe that the silly
is be inferior situation story
and supposed to to no on the
and will doubtless become a law, directing Provision will also be made for placing of
3I ADMINISTRATOR'S\ southern coast for health. my having entered into a combination aero
; A :u- persons having claims against NOTICE.the The subscriber has recently enlarged kis estabish.ment : i the sale of one-fourth part .f the lots in buoys in St. Mark's Harbor, and for beacons with an .ld political opponent, with a view to

j ** BMAKT H. MCLLIK, late of Leon de.i of. by a number of additional chambers and he will the town of St. Mark's. Ion the East and West shoals. the next or subsequent elections, is entirely

, *i
) t k&T&>ttT*Tkhm er}birred.: the time Those prescribed 11 y law, or they w ill 1 He has an experienced fisherman, who will constantly of tho collector, be removed east end of St. George's Island. Upon the subject of residence, I have only

t 'e1 edto make immediate indebted to said estate are supply him with the choicest fish and oysters; to St. Mark's. i The following objects are also provided for, to say that I have no other than that in Florida q

,. -,F 31. (41.Sw) K. BENBRY payment., .idminidr tDr. and his table will be furnished with the comforts and The act to equalize representation in the : i in a bill which there i is every reason to believe -I have neither bone nor property anywhere

as many of the luxuries as the country will afford. Territory, and for other, was not in h will pass before the adjournment.For else and that all
interests and feelIngs
For those who fond of Le has ; my t
Coffee are sea-bathmp, prepared -
and Wine. a convenient Bath-House: And his boats will: all respects such as I could have desired, but a light-house Musquito Inlet, eleven are identified with those of tho people I

bfiS. ; SECErED PER SCII'R. SPY, always be in readiness for sailing etcurshns on the was the best that could be procured under all I thousaad dollars. .f Flerida.

JfjBiQS of prime CUBA COFFEE by the I bay. the circumstances. It is impossible for Con- i For a light-house at the east end t\r G* A.** o vtri..r li aar7Jv.oiO H3: llOOU IDlinUtS

i..f..A 4 quantity'1":..,.....or.&..single... bag. 'X'c .. An. excellent road will be completed from the Mag- cress tO layoff tho tJiKtr;-'- It u. XoilUuij Q\i- j. acorge's island, ten thousand dollars. ted to introduce into the political contests of
I...,"or .rOLn I "U. Diiugc to iiiia ruin, by which those who choose local divisions and For rebuilding light-house at St. John's
sale to population, or ten the
on moderate cording Territory
tM. term Apply toW. I t3I come in carriages, may have n mfc am\! cxoeditiousconveyance extraneous agitating topics, upon
1&y. C. MILLER, 8k. Marks. I ; and he h3 prepared: stables, and careful sub-divisions. This power was conferred upon thousand dollars. which the constitution and laws of the linked
,1834. [I42tf) and for those who come in tho Council and is still retain For
: ,.. ostlers provender may Legislative a light-bouse at Egmont Island, ten States hare denied us a vote, aad in tho
'S that way. No exertion will be wanting on the partof them. I received their resolutions thousand dollars.
Ofl3Onr fl Allen and ,. by requesting decision of which therefore
dt Allen, the subscriber to add to the comfort and pleasure we can have no
ts.-M:I under t.he name and style of all who may favor him with their company. three new members from certain designated A bill has also been reported, proposing to participation. Those who have rendered no
ALLEN. SAMUEL COSBY. counties, and had them referred to appropriate fifteen thousand dollars for the service to the people of Florida and have

T. Barr, Sam'L t.!. ATTACHMENT. Light-House Point June, 21 1834. [45-Hw.] the Committee on the Territones. I urged I erection of a custom and court-house at Pen other claim to their consideration and suffrages no
nr Slerret, and :

30 r ecland, under the t.'le COTTON GINS.THE upon them a general provision, to give every sacola. than a supposed concurrence of political

(I tiE T, BARR & Co. I' subscriber has on hand some COTTON) county in the Territory a member. The sum of nine thousand dollars has bean opinion upon theoretical and speculative doc.

I'J6Jjt: here defendant and all others concerned, are of an excellent quality, at $2 per saw, and It j is impossible, in a new country, to regulate appropriated far counsel fees and expenses trines of political economy, or constitutional .

I ha, bJ notified that Attachment in the above will warrent them to work well with good usage, andf this by numbers, because it would take connected with the settlement .f private land construction, find it to their
n sued out of the office of the Clerk of the they do not do well they w'11 be taken back: and claims. may interests to
01tjo 'Jer win of Leon county, Florida, and he and the money returned. The subscriber works within five three or four of the new counties to make up Judging from the general sentiment divert public attention from those subjects

: )1 it .arc hereby required to.plead! to the decla.rms miles Mount Vernen, Florida,on Flat Creek. Any the population .f one large e ; and yet the I I of Congress, this will be the last appropriation within the acknowledged sphere of your Representative

: of; the statute. order in the above line, will be punctua'ly attendedfOe new counties, in fact, require, in many instances for this c-bject The delays in tbe settle to such as he can never be cal '

Ap ta EDWARD CHANDLER, DUNCAN MePHAUL. than othsis ment .f the land claims have been injurious led
to act
lecal legislation the
8,1834. more any during for
.. upon period which
:__ [3B-3m) Plaintiff's Attorn June 14th 1834. ((45-3m J
( : ._ __ and ought to have a Rtpreseutative acquaintedwith I to the public, prejudicial to the Territory, and you elect him. Whether Congress hare pow.

C mXPSION RECEIVING AND FOR WA R- THE legal 1 representatives of Latinos Arm- their peculiar situation, and the persons ruinous to individuals. er to make internal improvement in tbe States;

!kJIJNQH! USE,At.fp alacAkc/tt.-Tbe und er- and all others concerned, wiil please beat qualified for the various necessary suboi- The President refused to have any estimate is a matter of totaj indifference to the
fiSr ]? formed a co-partnership under the firm of that I have filed with the Clerk .of the people
take notice made for the continuance of the
lta:i** Kimbrough for the purpose of transacting Courtfor Leon Middle Districtof dinate offices. When it i is considered that the repairs of the of Florida, so far as the selection of their

V;1110 i. Agency commission and receiring and for- Superior Florida a petition for the County division, of a p.pulation is daily changing, and that the Legislative fort at St. Augustine, and the reconstructionof Delegate is concerned. No oce denies the
buameas. .
',1.I: o 1Q Being prepared to make the usual Tract of Land, with two Houses thereon cerVed, Couucil represent the whole Terri the sea wall ; and without the sanction of authority of Congress to make internal improvements
consignment to their friends in New Or- the said and that there happily no geographical the Executive it is most difficult at any timeto in the
river Rockhaven in and
; York, Baltimore Provilrw on the St. Marks at tory, ; you are not
IXdw. Boston, and disposed, to Philadelphia devote their, time- county of Leon, containing about 560 acres of or sectional divisions te prejudice the interest obtain such an appropriation and especially called onto select an orator. debate tbe oth.
o thc ei:I ir:clar| the interest of those confiding business Land-.which land was entered in the name: of of one at the expense ef another, it is at this tine, when Congress have lefused to er vexed proposition, but to obtain as much

$I w forward, having made the necessary arran ge. Latinus Annstead and H. W. Braien; and that hoped that every portion of the Territory willbe carry on a number recommended by the War for the latter as talent and industry will enable
tI cottons to New York or else when a motion will be made at the next term of.the *satisfied. Department. him to .
Clelc Pedition by vessels of light draft of water at for Leon for the accomplish.I
Court appointment
est.ratu of Superior county Some alarm excited!, some I shall, however, move an appropriation of think I
On .. freight, a liberal share of public commissioners; to make; the: said divisiol was years ago perceive, even at this distance, a
ag respectfully solicited. June 21st, 18S4. [45-l7w] H. W. BRADEN.GEO. in the middle district by a pioposition to re-J fifty thousand dollars for this object. movement making to involve the Territory in

A. H. FALCOX4A.H. move the seat of Government, and a fear en-1 The bill for the payment of the losses i ia some discussions about State rights- As your

WM. \4.LKER. tertained that the east and west might combine East Florida has been ordered t. be Delegate will not be called upon to disctu

...1 r"ttREFERENCE8, 4VtT f Co., Gen. HowardJudge- Cdquitl.u& (ATTORNEY 4T 14W ) against Jallahassee. I never had any apprehension sed and I have every reason ts engroiill any other State right than the right of the

<- Urquktrt. P. D. Woodruff Columbus. in future regularly to attend the Terms :, of that sort myself and was surprised become a law. The numerous facts and de. State of Georgia to. take oce million and t
r.lf?ofler .E.l9.ew York. Ge*. R. K. Call of APESs of tht rerf1 ry. P.nsacoU I that any emotion should be produced, as the cumenta which I have obtained to illustrate half of Florida land: and as I hare .. ftr

: ; hitc-Fleti4A, Dr. D. L. FFW ',-Gadsj j II the place of hw reaidCCC.Jgnc I fixed of till ef the tki ...
"I.., 4tg. 31, 18 ', 3t- | 10&.11& 8fl. ( .tf) ..... seat of ovtrmseot vu by on. act 9tb article treaty. cannot fail I to successfully resisted 6tito right I t&nk 1


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orlo inielligence that could at all sionally spotted with Mack, .

had bcn instliutetl on session of such nn expectation. choicest parts, if not made evea eCitthe"
successful negotiation perfect 1it'! ,
General Post Office from becoming warrant the ndulocn
.....I I II -_ ----- clerks of the GoverflmCt, and I theref0te, that There can be no doubt
the Spanish
of that
tbe by Opinion i
ihall not be seduced into a discussion of any contractors, but he deemed that unimportant the subject President, recomnnended the adoption ef( Yo ur committee finn are legislative action. has arrived I. I cattle originally were wild ; but allSOrta citior TbdURn'

doubt but thai, I as his object was not only: to exclude ( ecoootervalhng the time for I and as
other. I have not the slightest measures. The be longer dc1avp.d C'HlSISnnd proceeded, the arts of ;
I the mail connot cultivatitQ
"when we come to take our position among the them from becoming interested in with the President in the expediencY that It I to the i important na- known, those animals which in CO

Union the I have always -I contracts, but to prevent them from acting as concur decided opin- tent1y with a due regard t for the appeared the
{ States of the opinions of such a course, and express a 100lved in thk controversy adapted purpose or domcstica difercion

maintained, and now hold, will be found. I agents for contractors or other persons having and decided legislation is cal- tiona1 mtNests ), selected, and gradually !
that nf
[ i and the io n rigorous Guvernment Spalll. rendered
I to correspond with those of a large majority I. transactions with the Department ; led for Two dollar and fifty cents tonnage I with the ecomrncnding such I to the power of man. According suh aDd r

: t of the people of Florida.: I have always been :I bill introduced by him, and the recommendation I American vcsse m I "The President III will !lebrated naturalist, }1r. to the staDCprGdr
charged Pennant
duty was upon that I they
committee embraced assures us t
the ,
I ofthe of distinctly
: and am a tj minority do II easures ro
attached to the republican party of Cuba while only one .Ir per ipof arc the characteristic
th induce
I obtainfor .I both objects. In answer to the third inquiry, e ports bo permitted, 10 n degree' to n rc- 1 disfmctiorj .
friend to State rights ; but I wish to ton was demanded in those"f Porto Kco. lot Minister at :Madd I g-nii3 of animals :_Cloven.footed or tG be

"I our Territory by encouraging emigration, Mr Grandy said that Congress alone, under This i inequality was supposed to proceed from I I la xatlon uNite efforts nt LJI1I without !horns, the horns ia' A"
this Irregularity.
: f i promoting commerce, authorizing canals, and tho constitution, had a right to borrow money without; a misconception of a royal I order, .(by virtue i' ri to effect a"repeal,of and cOlUmittec eight cutting teeth in the lower Jaw em carne

f Opening for a therefore, no hoad of a Department,, f fr negotiatioll : Your ,ann -
road, the reqUisite population ; o f which the duties were levied in both ISlands in the upper : the skin the
such he the ?
jt t I about State previous authority conferred by hhad wth hini in the convictIOn cpre lowei si M
ourselves .
trouble bacK cuncur
i" Stale, before we ) b/the inlcndent of Cuba. As far to him the neck pendulous ; rounded 1ent
: act of borrowing moneybv to furr horns .
How far the serve give
i i: right. was .s's, that might .
Jigbt3. misconstruction lathe \\,83
as 1829, this supposed : hiJwlllfY between their ba3 T'h'
would depend .
be excused by s.
U i I am always ready to discuss, in Congressor an officer, should under, which the to the notice of the I S pan 1 h J aovernbrouont :) ( inistcr's) reprcsent.1tlOns valuable, trade ,". ,*I':! cies o.of IUH genus constitute the rules

f out of it, the question of Territorial interests upon the circumstances ment"by eur Representative there, who, rccci- he dangers to which that whichsystem from which varieties have: been principal di tin

: r f and such prepositions as will tend to promote act was done. The necessity for doing so red for answer, that the duty of $2 50 per Posed by the obstructions I anU burdens: I inlcrcopulalion i and a produt i iprCeD
I L be aa to render it entirely pro of discriminating and ount.r v-ihB8necessity of soil
the general prosperity and the happiness might so great Cuba he bleevtnost
ot by
ton exacted in the ports and climate : and which
of the was act varieties A
: ad ,
In this the transportation ) 111 ,
to produces
) I would much prefer case utles
r; Of their inhabitants. per. authorities of that Island thus sustaining the : have
original or acquired,
;i. discuss! the policy making it road from 1 alla- mail must have ceased, had not the loans been: I Intendent the course he had pursued ; after can ho 1 better calculated to remedy the C..LV" permanent :tate by careful been preserve, se ,
of the breeders.
con.Juct I
Therefore of the r* ur to persuade
steamboat obtained. which complain
ha see to Cape Florida.or opening a made to HJ we or ns
which further effort was in regard The
no grand specilir distinction
would .
individual thltrade
i than Postmaster General, each Spanish Gover1\ment tO regulate which
canal from the Mississippi!! Augustine, the misconslrucli, but cur Minister was in- he ralist make in neat rattle beenhave
whether Mr. Madison judge j for himself. In answer to the fourthinquiry of reciprocity. It will demonupon (lndepeQdeatll
r .I to begin to controversy as to structcd to remonstrate against the glaringinjustice terms the variations caused
stated that there wa.3 has de I by ,
I -
his i Mr. Grundy the American Governm-n. or the
understood himself expounding that a
in better evidence tho subject before the 0- i of the order itself, and.lo use every terJlined: to submit to the lllilJsh e l cy of other causes,) is between the trusoa from
resolutions of 98, or whethei they are no upon effort to a modification ot It. no longer Ncespe

understood by others. When Mr. Maiison mittee ; nor had he any knowledge a'on' _tiiat_- rru. --.piucure-.--.- ..'-- .- iuu1ued..Qitil lS32J "IlltUuaiivT" of the present system:: and it wiCIflfCl IIif) tand llnoH.The; ..... r

': ". iJl i .L- _"c.nJ\iU dgJIUHlrf whether he spoke from his own knowledge,, nage duty in Cuba had bcen rcduccTfrom mus the Government ot' Spain citheto :r ... .I 3 natural; Urns-! wild"-state" *, D.U.-1't\exists \, anis a COD

mpefcerve what possible benefit can or from information, Mr. G. did not know. $2 1-2 t. 1 1-2 at which accede to a. t fair and .equitable) th'e"e'viU: climates: it has in tern, 'n tbe
rate it : in
result from an attempt to make Florida' a nullifying 1. As has continued or te suhi ... : (: general a curled reh
to the fifth inquiry, Mr. Grundy said that up to the present tim i.. .... warfare. But I ,
State in advance. -t ..;_.... I.... u MIICllVC we trust they arc note coat, r.-ipecialiy on the a OflS1beS
I foreheadth"
Although ; Mr. Reeside
had made a statement upon that been repeatedly given to our Minister to disposed to such warfare. .
Nullification pressthis carry on Cuba constantly long on the fore

I 1 of it a down great heresy, I was not in favor subject which was all Mr. G. knew about it ; subject upon the Spanish Government t, cannot weil affird to lose the American market I forehead, and depending from quarters neck t

,! putting by the proclamation and and not his and from the chin:
having deposition before him Ii letters received it
force bill. I c appearslhat no which is important to her and 1 sustainsto m neck elevated thick, and short ave
i t t thought it a disease of the bodypolitic could not be certain withth'Jong ;
I that he could state its opportunity has been allowed to !
pass unimproved a great extent the value of her labor and the red and
which eyes
!; ,would yield to lighter remedies:: contents correctly but of hi in these fiery, and the h
than ; impressionwas obeying instructions. In Sep here produce. The United States constitutesone ; thick and short. It t'
'I brimstone and to
I in favorof grows a
1 aaltpetre. was erroneous, the deposition would correct tember, 1833, (the last letter which has been of her if almost female large sin boschei
I" principal, not : her only! being larger than the
of the tariff
compromise ; or, to speakmore him. His English?
impression was, that Mr. Reeside received,) our Mimslcr at Madrid, informs th customer. France and of black )
I England have hot h a color I **
explicitly, was opposed to the excessive
had endorsed a draft for 6 or 7000 dollars to: Secretary of State:: that he has:: been and prohibited the introduction other The elevated homfl-
l: I and unequal tariff that made such pm-Iucls into crest, and lion's
1 a compromise )- enable the Deparment te obtain loan still is mane J
of the
a pressing subject of (the trade with their dominions ho
If.. necessary. by very high duties for the generally Characteristics of the Uru .0r'J
money, but he was inclined la believe that Cuba, the
upon attention of the Sdanish Government etherrou
>I- of and bull the '
I I: have been )ed thus far in tho expression Mr. purpose protecting fosiering their own : former mark
Reeside did not loan the Department any' and that he is nssun&d it has been columes. She has therefore taihed to the latent especially
; ,
of'my opinions, from a desire never to conceal] money. In answer to the sixth inquiry, Mr. taken under serious consideration." to depend I ina ; stages. of domesticlLl.
: : them great measure upon us, for the value of her IS seen occasionally the ;
upon any question, and with a view also; Grundy remarked that It in Devon hire. '
recommendation then Aide.
was appears that, from the opening f the and the of and cauShiol
1 to prevent rnisrepresentation on the subject founded his property disposal her prodlll tS. It I ne.y, some other breeds of
I on general knowledge of the imperfection trade with Cuba to the 1S32 domestic it
Americanvessels will
year not and
connot be to her interest neat cattle. This
during absence.I to species i i.s
my of the laws in carry now well
regard to the Post: t were subjected in the ports of that i is on a contest commercial lished in M Jp
; have only to request my friends, if any i il 1 Office Department. Congress had land to the restrictions with u ISi I the temperate and cold climates! brcc
never enormous
liberal assaults shall be made tonnage duty of Iwo On the contrary, your comrnitco are suad- the earth, especially
publiccourse pe throughout
upon my legislated the
:, : upon subject of'its organizationin > dollars and a half ton that from Amer tren
the ed
that ;
per the
: or conduct, absence year adoption of the policy \ j which has most :
during my to j the proposed probably become
manner which, 1882 to the stocks ,
according to his time
i! 1 bear in mind that, in fen.years of bitter controversy it present they have been compelled will lead to a fair and amicable tidjiistment ot i 'I i importations from Europe. ( soils
judgement, ought to havo done. It had to of< hi
at the of
pay rate one dollar the trade I
l' i during which r.very nrtand artifice have always been if he might the halt a by a commercial convention between The Bison, or large Bull, is a native of
use expression[ ton and k thatmen
per ; that
been employed, nothing has been allegedwhich : consequently during' the two Governments. Such an adjustment: but is sometimes met with in cold '
4 an irresponsible being;:, without those guards the general course of rej Qa>>
6 has not been refuted. I our commerce with that: it is obvious, would effectually : and its characteristic mirk ;
satisfactorily and checks protect our navigation isahunchbelwi
I being thrown around it which safe Island, our merchants and sol:
f I shall be here at the commencement of the and prudent ship owners ha"esum revive the competition ot our ship: I the shoulders, which, in !some' of the"
legislation would dictate. Before I rcd under :r I lea'nal.
a of <
t i next session of Congress, and in Florida immediately the system gross inequality owners, increase our seamen and tonagc, and; of the species, i is considerable
: and weight .
investigation was entered into his injustice. It :;ai:
also i
q 11 after the adjournment. appears a I. secure to our merchants a f fair and profitabletrade. the flesh
I mind [possesses an
exquisite flavor. !
was cs fully impressed with the of
' ;; necessity : tonnage duty one dollar and i half i is enacted :- But if this the
Providence be it
Hoping and system loreparls has the
; protect of the action oi permitted t to same hairy appe1rat1
L Congress, in relation in Cuba
I lo a duty of dollar is : !
one levied
only continue
I bless' that have a as it i is, tlm inevitable I as tlu twos the tafl
1' you you may healthy summer the organization ofthe in Porto consequencemust : ; : and legs are
Department, as it nowwas Rico, and still further I shlrrt( !ti
and abundant I take leave while a be, that our shipping interests whic-h t es fierce the - forehead
my and accordingly, in the bill which I he duty ef one dollar large, and the I hon
ton is levied :
with the assurrance that I ;.( per upon A- already seriou-ly declined will .
am, with high con- heretofore referred very be tot.llly extremely wide 'frieze ani.mlg
to there mcrican are ) -
were vessels reaever
J; eidcrations of provisions in the ports of Potto Rico, (Jr i- I drjtreyed, and the American fl.i sj
respect, your most obedieiServant. nt: contained this As I ue excludedtrorn :, must of the southern parts of the
the wort
upo'i subject. to ly and
; sixty.two
newspaper half
a cents is i levied ( .ill
upon participation in this valuably but with -
privilege ken of and which very andimporttnt considerable diversity in ; :
sp seemed I I English, French, and otllf'r respectssize
: vessels I
JOSEPH M. WHITE.Washington foreign ) t
le startle ; COifliflerCe I and form. In the i island of 3Iada
seme ,I
gentleman so much there was: thus demonstrating I I as:?

1 June, 1 II 1934" nothing in it to excite alarm or warrant cen- tion is by tins that injured as: our naviga Your committee, therefore, from ,1 t view of ail; :| (' in >Iniibir: and other parts of India ; in .

oppre-xive system it is nut tven: tue circumstances: : have dc-erned it their rfia, in-* Ukraine iPeU He
snrc. The Post Office law authorized I duly tn 'I alinuc T.irtury: Upper
expressly placed a l iOitiU of ]
!: equality with that of report a bill authorizing the
.ifthe IVc.i- '
From the WCJ. the
i to extend it te most favored nations sury to collect! such additional I p :
i GRUNDY AND WEBSTER.. any contractor as a of his In : tonnage duties iii 1': bison, or large kind ; mJ in Vfricathefts I by
part 1832, Cungrcs on Spanish: vessels: entering the of the United
i pissed ports
In the Senate, on Wednesday, Mr. Web-I G. read the law to that effect and remarked that vessels, owned wholly an act, declaring:suh-! Stales from Cuba and Porto Rico, as shall be equivalent 1- -otithern Jat.tudes of InJia. and some PlIti: lIce

I Bier suggested that he wished that he might II by Spuuish to the Arabia, they are of the snrill, zebu vat
: :: to make some now consider the suggestionsof jects, corning into( any of the United States discriminating duty tjiat would have : or kinc; t,

inquiries ofthe Chairman o' the Committee on gentleman on the other sido fully answered ports (from of tho been imposed upon the cargos of such vessels, in which the hair is finer, softrr, and BIOS! so!!

the Post Office, which be presumed the chairman who have supposed that the Po t- directly any or after Sp mish Col-jnies, either : respectively[ if the same had, been ex xirted from;; glossy' : than that of the common: cow. SOT Wl:

I from his experience and knowledge of master General was guilty of violation '( the touching at any other port.snail Havana in American bottoms ; and also, upon of the Indian cattle attain a very Urge $12,ij IRe
S J the business of that Department, would be ableto of the law in this p rtieuiar. But I he I on American pay vessels! tonnage in the duty as is levied Spani.h'e.ieic United States ; clearing out from the ports oft:tie hut are irregular as to the horn: ; many ben?|
: : such
I Spinish Colonialpoits additional
f answer ; and he was also induced to make would go further. It had been stated that a from whence such would be : tomnge duty a> Mitirely \\'ifholJt hem and others having TCI: 11 rae
Spanish vessels equivalent to the
; t the inquiries account ofthe recommendations centractor in N. last discriminating: duty largo ones, either hranchin 11
Hampshire who or pcndabusThe He
I : was friendly I departed. This, however has not had the desired p.iyible upon their cargoes, respectively, il im >()ir- : -

*, .r contained in the report of the minority to the administration, possessed this pri ( effect, and ship ewners and merchantsengaged ted into Havana: in bottoms. In order; oxen of this species are in much requisition ;. Jar.

!, of that committee.-1st. Whether the fact lege, and an inference was drawn from it tfiof in this trade, still/ to prevent evasions of the law, (should! this bill be I for the purpose of drawing carri.igesceing .

I I was, that tho prop asls! of bidders had been favoritism or partiality. Mr. .G. then producedlnli I disadvantages under which complain of the passed: ,) by vessels; intended for the/ Spanish Islands quick, and frequently of a tine white color I ,

lift.. opened. ,. .before. tho... expiration" of the time for a .papel. containin a- .1 li..,,t. ,\. _.. th"A......:n. ,LU..I..A"UULltU; I the Deration of the diacriminntmir they are placed E by I I clearing lor other ports, Spanish vessel with ca ir- These cattle h ave been occasionally iraportos: entitCi
fminnrro clearilli'.
.r. \\"hat their contractslo goes: for other port>;_ are rr.-miivil. .. fit. rriur. : into this
Dloolngf 4U. UpUHrecommendation information thl} by what i is termed the newspaper duties and the --.n-r.--: .--- -- country, and blended with EDH! I
{ urge to its bonds, tl) thf ;
government f
renew amount ol the
was founded, that no clerk privilege, in the Eastern section of the efforts for their reduction payable such discriminating! (duty ; broods. The zebu is a dwarf :sort ot hisoc I :
f in the Department should he permitted to be United States, and stated they amonted to addition to the inequalities or abolition. lands m American cargoes bottoms: if imported the ,bonds aito thosels- j j aii-l had undergone great variations: froroilferent
: above ; to
: cancelled
I come a contractor, or agent for a contractor ? aLeut fifty. He said he did not know the politi- ef: our commerce and complained on the production of a certificate by an A- -auses.: )
navigation have
i 3d. Whether it was. intnnded by the chairman cal party to which many of them belonged been subjected to another merican consul that the carries, have: bee.'i landed I The Musk Bull, which is found in theintfr cr

:' to insist upon the legal right of the Postmaster but he had heard something eftwo of them &; oppressive duties great iujury by the elsewhere. The biil also directs the "wreiary &tr rior parts of North, America, westward (t teI .
\ "c; General to borimv money from Banks, or they were as he understeod. editors of violent I produce imported into the upon gOds nnd to estimate the additional dutie;:, U) give such directions Hudson's Bay, i i\s mul probably a varietyprcdured -

k othervaso 1 4\h. Whriher' the fact was, that opposition papers. Mr. Hall of New Jersey in American bottoms. Spa tiih Colonies, respecting their collection,, as shall conform( by an inttrcopulution; ofthe bi'l'n: wti:

contractor had become, about the time of was a contractor several them to an"iolali n fElt may occur in th.vdis- the common European species as the f flesh[ ttthe f
loules and the
.., he rates of duties criminating duties levied .
their charged: the
receiving large extra allowances had this upon on cor ocs of American wild
pub- privilege by his contract. If he bull of the European continent retains
was impQrtations( in Spanish and Vm. vessels in the said of Havana
; lishers vessels! there port and it
t of party newspapers ? 5th. Whether wrong about his politics, the Senators from is, on some articles difference further authorizes the President ef the: ; a musky srm-1! This animal is de.scr'cytboi. :- I
a of from United
t of the 33 1-2
: any. contractors had furnished money, New Jersey could put him ri ;ht. Mr. Miner to 50 per cent, in favor of States to discontinue the operation of countervail bed a somewhat lower, but more bulk : It

t to aid the Department in carrying on its operations the editor of thc Village Record in Pennsylva- The duties rice Spanish 'bottoms. : ing duties, whenever a satisfactory the deer ; the legs short a small hunch 01I :
I ; upon and flour, arrangement : tlsi
16th. Whther the recommendation vanin,. was (i large mail contractor. He had ptl articles of our two priori i shall be effected with the Government of Spain." the shoulders ; the hair of a dusky red I ciIo!\ ,
export to Cuba have sil
contained in the minority report, to secure a this privilege. The Senater from Prnsylva- creased the been in- :. The committee express: a confidence that whatever very flue, and so long as to reach the ground;
I jnst responsibility in tho-'c who conducted that nia him by authorities, whilst the I mav be the consequence of the of beneath with
near could state to what duty adoption which the body is: covered .aa
t political imposed by our Governnn-nt I
Department, wa ash-colored fins.iess, -
upon any belonged. [Gen. McKcan: said and molasses India wool, of such exquisite
two produce that it
f/vnmed op. commodities
by the committee in the course position-opposition!] Mr. of the cheerfully borne by that stockings have been made of it: much!
of thuir Grundy then said that i island, has been greatly reduced. Coffee people, in consideration of the importance of
investigation: ? Also, what is meant he need no further the finer thap silk. The tail three inchestt: t}
ga to only
principle involved
by the remove the imputation indeed, is now, and has been for ; and they.etmcci.e that: the. ,
k exist in eicspapcr privilege, which seemed to ot favoritism or partiality. They (the admitted duty free. The difference some in ?, pass.--: : of this bill will not interfere with the tar- I length, is covered with long hairs, of? which! : 1:1I
of the
one the contracts referred to in majority of the committee) have cited one duties at Havana export iii'cqtcm.: as settled by the compromise act of i ihe. Esquinaux Indians make caps. Thehsrnsare ;
the case in favor
.j flf of
report majority ? where an editor, friendly to the administration vessels! i is two Spanish j, .March, 1SS3.;: : close and larg at the base, bending dwward. -

i.I. Mr. Grundy replied, that it would at all is a contractor and enjoys this per cent f foreign vessels having; I, APt>l'Idl"d to the report, is an extract of a letter .-*, or turning out at the tips, and are ab.flt ":
times afford him privilege, and (te pay four and a half per cent advance valor I from time ol( I
4 II 't pleasure to give to the Senate he had produced two where editors who whilst Secretary Slate( to whom the Bill was two feet in length. These animals are: very flCi
any information in his were em, Spanish vessels pay only twi an-I 1 1a submitted fir iiis ;opinion, in which he
1 power, upon any sub i opposed to the administration, and his expresses prolific, and their flesh notwithstanding its
are half cent. ad npprobati' of its
I ject of interest, and he weuld contractors per valorem. o : provisions, and asserts his
I the inquiries answer enjoy a like privilege. Mr. G. fur It is evident, then, from this I /belief that it will be well calculated to effect the musky flavor, is esteemed good and wholeSOllle *
propesed the statement and d
by Senator from ther remarked ,
that it. was object in view. food.
only from nil)) the .
Massachusetts, in the order in necessary to evidence connected w.Jh. n III the .. t
which understand ---- ;
-- -
they what The U domesticated
bad was termed the documents : Sarluc, Grunting Bull, or Oi,
l/ccu iua Jv. A3 lo iUw ,. ... ,.. newspapernot transmitted hy the PresicL th 'rr
KAptsuief LiJts. plilli/"F. L. :4 .AIlS.. O4I"J .... nt. 'u be:
Mr. G. observed that he had } .1. ;-VU1t1 I *u. :T "r.s-i.t- .,r i l1ha! AGRICULTURAL. in Tartarv and 1'hitiet. and t macvuMuureu /
no knowledge that be used are of a charac
I injuriously to the or ter : to oeiong to me olson sort, fiaviis
country decidedly (
it bad ever taken place ; that he had no knowledge political party. By it, the contractor secures any able to injurious:: to American, and favor From Dirk-son's Live Stock and Cattle Management. a hunch between the shoulders, and being: ca- t
I vessels.
1 that it ever taken place ; that in reflect- the right to carry loose, unpacked taKen. .. And the whole system Live Stock-in. the lantninm" of thor ---, f.1rmpr,-.,..-. nahie of ;irrneratin with that animal. Icba3 1,, (.
newspapers -
ing upon this subject, it had occurred out ef together, constitute such a mass
to him mail storekeeper,
that L to be distributed to snbsciibers of injury aud coinprthends sorts of domestic however, one remarkable peculiarity ; for in- tl

and malpractices might take place in that way who may live along his:: line and convenient Cemmittee, loudly injustice demands as in the opinion uf the : animals including the horse, cow, bull stead of lowing like an ox, it grunts; likeahog l
to the
guard against any abuse of the kind to it. This to interposition ox, sheep deer, and swine (
long before this p subscribers thus situated, is a of our Government. goat ; as well as : it alsi. varies from tho bison or zebojflother : I

inserted investigation commenced, he great convenience ; whereas if it was not The Committee those of the rabbit, pigeon, poultry and some particulars ; the body is covered jwith 1

a provision upon that subject in a bill they would be permitted are of opinion that additional other species. Beasts of 1
pasture those knees
are long the
which' hI' int rod ed compelled to go to Post countervailing very hanging down below ,
regulations would
u'' at an early day In the session Offices to receive their remedy quadrupodsof bullox, and kind cow which of
that his papers ; and it very these evils, and the mostly a black color, except An the ridge
; object was to often following as the chew the cud
prevent abuses happened that they the
should bad there were no Post Offices course they recommend ; are most perfect of the back or mane, which is white. The blrn
men get the of for several should be puisued: the ruminant class of
I Department into their management I when they thus receive the Your i-omrnittee animals ; and are generally are short, upright, slender at the extremities:
hands.-In answer to at their sincerely regret thai cirCumstances termed,
newspapers doers.
Mr. G. and like is
then observed should sharp the zebu's the tail
the second have ;
: introduced inquiry into the, Mr. G. stated that he had I that he had not risen at that time for that Congress should rendered decide it necessary ..YeaCattle ; or Ihelarge-horned Cattle.- to that of the horse, but white and bushy, and

same bill a prohibition I the purpose of going into a discussion of the so serious and now upon questions Whatever difference of opinion may subsist, is held in high estimation in India, i i iJ:

CUWL ogainstany D___.. '"--__ .L person#!_-'- &__ 'employed in the General I other question before the Senate. conseauences& -- t9-- .h....-... involving n1..ti.......,....g.. .into....such......",."L1U.....important;..i =IU_ .L as from t8 tho the heads beauty of the horns, which grow used for various purposes. It is sometime.*
1" : of
iiug in ; bulls. oxen, driving -
any cows, sheep mounted in silver, and forms a brush ftr
I commerce.
I contract, or acting as for They are aware that a war of and other
any contractor From the Charleston Courier. animals it is unquestionable that flies it adorn3 the
; or person offering to become I commercial restrictions, like all other is nature away ; occasionally
a wars
contractor- TRADE designed them
WITH CUBA. forsomtihing more than ears of dn elephant ; and at other times: dyed
that the necessarily injurious both of
information reason why he had do ie this, was the We are indebted to the attention ofthe Hon. they would have to the belligerentsand ornaments, as they used them Cor weapons )f f red and for mod into tufts, it ornaments the 1.,

communicate i in the deposition Henry L. for been highly gratified if defence against the attacks of butt,,
I Pinckney, a pamphlet copy ef the Spanish Government their enem .'Y. bonnets of the grandees.: The sarluc:
Abraham Bradley, aken several years the Report of the Committee could have been con- There are, however, some I in to
ago on Commerce, vinced ofthe benefit disadvantages attending 01 strikes with its head, like a goat ;
before a committee of the senate, (of which! ho on th of the which invariably flow from long horns, and indeed ;
? subject trade ot) the Island of the of hrns of all wild :state: is very ungovernable. .
Hr. G. wa* A member, in which principle reciprocity, in the commercial
) the witness Cuba and Porto Rico. intercourse of descriptions, which will be noticed under the Origin oj the different sorts.-It is evidenlthetffo?
t elated, that Phineas Bradley, his brother nations, and could have been head.Beeves.This.
The .
of the proper
length Report from' I Ii from the nature of the distinctions oft t
prevents us persuaded lo
while a clerk in the General Post Office adopt that principle in reference .
was giving it entire to eur readers, but we will endeavor I to the important trade i is a general name given in races:: of wild neat cattle, which have been
interested in a mail contract, and Mr. Grundy to furnish in question. But negotiation i several districts to and tl f
them with the substance. has oxen, some other sorts above described, that all the various kinds
then read from the of already been carried on in relation
the of
report committee a It that neat cattle. coon--
appears a convention was concluded to this such cattle now existing in this or other
part ofthe testimony Abraham Bradley, in in 1832 subject, unsuccessfully for years, nor Black Cattle.-This !!
May, between the United States and is there term is sometimes applied tries in tho domesticated! state have origiDallyI ]
wiucb he atated that Pbineas Bradley, ten or Spain: by which it any prospect at present of iti: being to neat cattle in I olneof
was agreed that all discrim- noon brought to general ; but is more ceeded. and are derived from one C r
twelve years before, with the consent of Mr. duties should a favorable termination. In properly confirmed to that
inating be mutually abolished. small, hardy breed, those races. The imw, or wild

Granger er Mr. Meigs, then Postmaster General The Islands of Cuba and Port Rico, howeverwere reply to an of inquiry this whether an equitable adjustment mostly of a black color, which occupies the has given rue to ull or most of the bujfl'ereflt.

had become interested in a mail contract. trade would probably be ef- high or mountainous <
not in this arrangement and injurious fecred with the districts er the more kinds which are met with m ibis kingdom another

1\lr. Grand/ furtberremarked, that he was not discriminating duties continued to be the Spanish Government before northern parts of the island. The beef of parts of Europe, as well as in 1Ithe(

satieticd.thAt the net .of 1825, excluded the levied there, oa American vessels. Ac un.i adjournment of State of the present Congress, the These cattle is generally of a fine grain, well cold northern regions ; and the bu 013, or
-6 ,. icftriaa Uf thai bo is in pos- marbled, and of a good flavor ; but i is occa hunched kind, has been tho origin of all *r



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various sorts which now inhabit
; .ftne COlTCIpondenc.e of
0 Charleston
climates ofthe earth. ,

*Lf warmer Descendants of each of these races gra- It. is understood WASHINGTON, June s:7s: 4. meeting Re-Solved be That the pfcceedinss of this =: 1-__

? >> that signed by the Chairman _.
additional of
Mr. -
points distinction and ---- u- --
acquired Bell and Speaker t coun MARRIED, -
,II the 'PresidentYha erslgnr by the
'tJ1\ differences situation had Secretary, and Printer Retrarded. ) EDWARD CHANDLER will*
L nuence and a Benous to the be forwarded Another Thursday eveningOF Practice Law in I the Middle
;c trity of food, the deviations and nbeira- son misunderstanding.has taken It appears that G 6n' Jack' Montgomery of the Alabama Journal I and F\iih4 'o !, Mr' M'lche11' Mr. HANCE IS.CHiTpRn'n Tallahassee, June and 27 Western, 1834. District of Floridi! -
ofibnce Advertiser MARTHA ( ]
\ of at Mr Bell for publication. nler't0rMJss A. M.
the cjpriciousness for
i of naturc, keepers ting himself be per ut.l1r. J.\.1\IES county. the absence
I t'rlI1:1n irrcrs. and other accidental circum.CC5 run by feKK ABERCROMBIE Cl' In this county, on Thursday evening last bv the DURING ofV'JrI H. FRANCIS, the
? Polk ? against n. will
: whom ? SAMPSON act as the
o Gen LANIER, Stc. ReV'. Mr. Mitchell, Mr. ELIJAH \v7sWEAT agent of EL:: S. Ro.
these have of BERT3 4' Co.
,;nd from causes been for the office. Selected Jefferson .
Mr. B. it ila County. to Miss JULIA ANN
( all tb 10SC natural varieties wkich is said, di: not evince cond FITTse' R. J. HACKLEY.
d are daughter of the .
Ja that contnh.n! for the lltf: H. B. Fitts.1JEare June 29, 1334.
Parcel \\nh in this sort .f cattle. a liege offence which became I. Colonel I NEW YORK June: 3. f46-tf]

t tjcr:1: n ; a* the art cattle' management be- Royal subject towards his aoverign ; and them i Way bIn Elliot informs us that 'the foll w109 I: authorised to announce DUN- !I NOT ICE.

and better I personage manifested his endorsement by the McPHERSON. SIX months from the date hereof, I shall
more< generally understood! the displeasure ter at Batavia Post Mis-: Esq. as a Can- of apply for
,ne roaring notes rs Dismission from
de3cribed the
:1-1 e -value of the points or parts of the diff son, when the Secretaries refused Col! John i P ost Office last' was evemner received' at the Alanv I! didate Legislative to represent Council. Leon county in the next .! on the estate of Samuel Gatrett deceased Administration late of

sorts of stock were ascertained, aud it 'their ladies to to compel GF THIS VILLAGE :=0.-0 NE QUARTER I Gadsdcn county, C. H. DUPONT, Adm'r
t visit
'eat discovered that by a combination of the court a certain favorite of the! FIRR-ALL IS II TOTALLY DESTROYED BY TOURING niy absence, Mrs. MACOMB\ is"-my duly -June--27th, 1&34. [466m.] _

natural each of CONFUSION HERE. authoizcd Agent and Attorney in fret< to iD IIXISTRA TOR'S !
Its of art Wllh means these The The a!! transact NOTICE
President aboveis busmgss.
1 and from my DAVID
some of the the B. MACOMB claims
persons having
t d curc points might be improved, and these are m great a I arm lest Mr. collar men' J ourna I oflast' eVCni"SB"taritt Albany Evening I lalUhassfe! July, 4th. 1834. [E47-wJ! ] 4LL T. WILLISSON, deceased against the estate of
Clay's are hereby noli-
1 Lavements might be multiplied, until the I should pass the House joint Resolutions ty town ef Gcnessetand is is tie I Coun- COTTON GIN'S. I fied to bring them forward properly authenticated

Jdattained that state which was considered and come b e- one of the most I and all persons, indebted to the said
: fore the Hero for his signature. charming villages, of A FEW of Campbell & Glaze's Cotton !f estate,are requir.
western for ed make
or desirable. Thus it will be with A sale-EnquIre to immediate payment to the undersigned
1 lOSt t valuable u High reaching Buckingham a population of upwards four th.1Jsan7.rk'Com. C. WILLIAMS,sor ( THO.
of time : circumspect" DUVAL
,tbatifl! improved process sorts of a multiplied neat cattle variety haven He is not half so fond of assuming Adv. __July, 5th. 1934. [4.4w 4.] ROUSE June 27, 1531 [4C-tfJ Adm'r.ofT. T. WilHaon dc'd.
j sibility I now, as ho was last fall receiving H1EEnujnths NOTICE.
which in their forms and after rom the date htreof
rlIsed, qualities I shall I
his apply
: degree of L L. D. and the homage COMMERCE AT NEW YORK fr letters of lhsmision from the Administtion SIX months after date, I will apply to the 110nor:1-
relation of
; little resemblance or to the race New the The 011 the estate of 11.
; B. Fi Judge of the
( England factory following is a TTS, late of Leon County Court of Gadsden -
girls. correct coun-
I ::3n" originally proceeded.occitam statement ef ford eceased, county, for
j f : they : eign a,rivals at the LE.\tUEL BItt"CE. ty a discharge from the Administratorship of the
of Mew
\ information can nobe obtained From the United States tune mentioned below port York, for the July, 5tll. 1 1S33. [ --3t mIX ] estate of Sarah Mashborn: deceased.

: the original breeds of this Telegraph, June 10. viz : mmllhs JOSHUA SIEPARD.;

ir-necting Lecture, However, may Uc \>""rdcd country; The Senate: we engngAd f r f ull i-- iin _... _FromthelstJ:1nL'. .... .. .,r"'n'L. .,,tTU, 6t.1.1J 1.0_nru Ii Uismission.n..I.... from from. date I will/ present my Gadsden county. June 24, 1834. 46-6 ..]
that Administrator
as ofthe
Ir n0TC'Y)' regions and low valleys, u i listening to the very interesting report ef 31st May, 1834, 795, giving an excess for this ROWELL, late of said county, of DAVID SALT and! AURELS, chp.ap-for cash.
L.'u ; June th, 1S.14. (46-3w
the )
"00isted t of the small hardy, kinds, and long The dcTaSifc?L Post,"Office._Department.-__ .. year.. of 41 foreign arrivals.' Among these JNO. M.: C. ROWELL, Adm'r. _

1 Jmddlc.borncd:1rICtleS, without any ofLberthorncd will astonish the people. The defalcations- -:.- .Swus of Dry Goods, and three -.--Skh- Tune, t834. [4 -Gm]_ A LL persons are foroid to trade for the following
i in I from the East Indies .diL described NOTEs-they having been stolen
which, it seems probable, the department exceed nil that was expected. more than in 1S33.Gaztltc.. the NOTICE.: from my dwelling house on the night ef the 12th iu-
of the
: next January term County Court
acc been subsequently introduced into E ng. Things are worse than was believed by those AT the County of Gadsden, the subscriber will stunt, viz-

dfrom the opposite continent. The ground most inclined to believe the worst.It prpaent his voucheis, &c. to the said Court for settlement One given by Ebcnezar Folsom, in my favour, for
b hundred 1Hars-due 25th Decembei
jin the 1 circumstance, that from the A TRIUMPH IN SURGERY. and thereupon pray to be discharged from the two next. -
rnth r M:! conjecture IS appears Report, that all the reports Two !given by enj.V.. Gause in my favor,amounting .
Lc such as the Highland, Welsh, of the for .'ld extremes J\Iorbos, exlrcma edia." Administratorship nf the estate of Edmund Gilchrist.
breeds department, two years past, rem June 27. 1334. f J7-S'II) .T V. MJ- '*. "" T. together to sixty-seven dollars and fifty ctnts- :
atVorth Devon, and the Lancanshire lonj-; have been knowingly and wilfully deceptive The writer of L this paragraph witnessed .. due on the 25th December! last. -p
it on ADMlNttAi "niV* .N I'.i.. One given by John Step lens, payable to John Ca-
-icmstavc from particular. causes remainednj -that nothing coming from the department Saturday morning one of the most ii.ivms claims for dollars
appalling ALL persons ; against' the estate son, fifty-five ,-on which is two credits
h1Ut much alteration by the admixture of any can be relied on. It shows that the contracts, and painful operations ever performed upon HtN'RT PITTMA.V, l late of Gadsden county, endorsed of ten dollars each-wis duti on the 25th of

kinds. In the opinion of some personstsiicvertbc or copies of them, have never been deposited, any !a'mghuman being, and while it reflects d ceased, are required to present them duly! authenticated December last. -
L. : long-horned sort was ongmallybwughl as directed by law in the Treasury Department I credit upon tho surgeon, and dee honor to within the time prescribed by law, or they will One given by Allen Adams in favor of Hezekiah
be forever barred. Those
indebted to the estate, are Brown fur twenty-ive llirs.lulJ on the 24th oi
( into tlll" coun'ry: from Ireland, be* and thus a check to perversion and a I the country, it serves as a convincing proof requested to make immediate payment. December last-on which was endorsed a credit oftcn

J:. ciusethe native: stock of that island consistsdaily change of contract has: been taken away.-It 'to Buffering humanity, that while there is life :'ilyj. 1334. |47-Sw] S. F. JON'ES: ArJrn'r. dollars. .

e : frthatlueon ; but on these points we also shows thai the department has borrowed here is hope and that none need despair even ADMIN1S FRATOR'S Su nE. One given by Hezekiah Brown, in favor of Wm.

h 21. better authority than conjecture. The money to the extent of four hundred tbousand i in the most aggravated forms disease. The ALL persons bavin1* claims against the estate ot Bailey, for ten dollars-Jate: not recollected-together
I :\'e with a number of othor IXote:. and -
account having no horns is dollars and remaines in debt about operation above -ferred \ HCSTE.R, !late of Gadsden county, dcc'd!, papers a description
nf reed which, on : six hundred to. was performed arc rrquiret-1 1 to present the.u duty authenticated within of which cannot be given correctly. The described -

1., :ycmed the polled i is ascribed by some pcr- thousand more. by Dr. Mott, with his usual skill and intre the tune prescribed by hw, or they will be forever Notes were contained in a Callskin Pocket-

joasioPoland ; bu! it IS probable, as a want The Report also states, that there is the sum pidity. The subject of it was a young man barred. Those indebted to the estate, arc requestedto D.ok, with about Twelve Dollars in Bank bills and
)1 silver change! One Dollar bill of the Merchants &
of the generic character, of $40,000 Irom the department in about :>6 years of who had been for make immediate payment.JXO. .
of:boms: is a part gone a age a Planter's Bank of Magnolia, an'J two One Dollar bills
:M. G.
.it t, lhat a mixture of thi* sort of cattle might former manner altogether unexplained is lost-.and l loi g tune afhVted with STONE, and which had July :Jth. 1534. ((4i-' w) HUNTER, Ex'r. of the Bank of West Florida, issued at A.arianna.i .

.1. !) have exited in this country, though now no one knows how. i increased with unprecedented rapidity until he remainder was bills ofthe Central Bank at Tallahassee !-

1 with ethers, to It also shows that the i it attained a size FIFTY DOLLARS RE\VAKL the size not recollected. I will give Ten '
blendt'J and intermingled as I at very time when the so great as to occupy then
for any discovery that will lead to the conviction
nst If discovering the Postmaster General whole of'the bladder in its Look out Jllabamaians and Georgians !
1 leave i no possibility ( ongi- reported to Congress the distended state, of the thief. All merchant and traders in J'al

ld : good state of tho department, it was at that yet wonderful to relate, this huge mass was R \ \ away or stolen about the 20th nf May last; lalu l ssee and Mouticcllo, are requested to take particular

, --,- "' time known be i in entirely and my negro man named H.RRHe i,> ubout notice. SHADRACK DIXON.
T" very to debt the sum of successfully removed. Several ,
! ralFLORID :w rity-iive years .,f agi; :-is a blank, low, well set June -2Uh, 1334. [46-31
ile I AN 240,000 dollars. attempts were made by the surgeon, both to t liow! and has the letter O branded distinctly on each -

.e : It shows that such had: been the miseiablc crush it and drill it into pie( pc;. m order thatit cheek. lIe is a rough blacksmith. I will give t"t, WM. D. HARRISON: ) Petition to tli- Sujierior ouitvs.

manner in which the department has been I might be tuken away with greater facility above reward for his apprehension! and delivery toIte V for the County of Gadsden for
2lL.: 1ll !B:19lTCRlAY' : b and for the arrest and conviction of the thief, or WILLIAM: H ELLIS. ) the I loreclosure ofa Mortgage. I
ISj managed, that while it was giving to Reeside as well as with more safety to the individual
; twenty-five: dollas for the nero alone. Several ncirrocs defendant and all others are notified that
4$ JULY 5. & Co. the sum of 60,000 dollars a year in but these efforts were all abortive-]leaving no I : and horses have been stolen in this neighborh. THE tition has been filed in the Court aforesaid, to

alternative but that of l .';,d and I that mine hts been carried off For,'close
o Extras"-it was! obliged to gel the credit ol enlarging the wound, apprehend a Mortgage executed by defcnJant: Ellis to
Tnc !iaic: arrivals) at New York brought the mc- Ueeside to borrow for the use of the and removing it entire. by some pers-ms near th* Florida line, Will arr suspected said vVilliam D.'n: on two Tracts of LAND
, money : of dishonest practices, one by the name of\V 111. .ymg in Gadvlen being the East half of thaSoutheast
:J:1Clj'lltlntl'hgt'nce: ; of tile death of LJL FAYETTE. Since the county
. ; bank. operation the his been
patient Staplcton und the uthcr by the ramc of Julia Owens. 1: :: quarter of Section::: Three, and the Eas*
. He died at I'41r1.on the Oth of Muy: in the 77th In fine, the Report shows variety of other doing well, and bids fair tt rec ver. The I There is a prosecution against the former far negro !half of the Noitheast quarter of :Section: "I CIl-J'It:1! :

yc; of !Ins age. In pursuance of a proclamation matters, which will astonisn the people. stone was ascertained, immediately af er, to stcalin;. 1 would caution all persons against purchasing : in Township One, Range Two North and ".cst.

rr t,: the PrcsiJcntof United States, orders have -a weigh 17 ez. 3 dwts. avoirdupois, which i is I my negro, as he will! bc easily recojr.ised by the BALTZ LL & WHITE.
rr brands on his che cks. June 23. [-IGeow4m] Att'ys forC PNiinnt
r bern transmitted: tj thc various Military and Na- From the Alabama Journal. nearly double that of any other ever taken MYLES EVERITT. ------

, Stations; :. to exhibit appropriate testimonials of POLE CAT SPRINGS, June 12, 1834. from the human subject, while living. Sir Hickory Hill, Washington county, Flu. 'OMMITTED: LImy care as runaways, three
I' June 23th: 1354. ((47-4w) 5 NEGRO Mnx, who say they are fret-, Hut have
Astley has remarked in his ,
Cooper lectures
sorrow for; the death of'uie to whom our country Agreeably to notice, the citizens no to .hat effect call themscUes William
previous piptrs ; they :
!JCP: The Mobile (;llIn. Advertiser and tar! Columbus
) TO sn much indebted in the darkest: hour of the of l\lucon county assembled, at this place for that eight or nine ounces is the largest size Enquirer, will publish! the a'jjve' once .1 week, for: J >nes, JIhn Johnson, and Chrisloper C"

, Rcwliition.! To r recapitulate the deeds 'f'one so the purpose of taking into consideration the that can pass the bony stricture in the gripe of, 4 wc'iks. and forward their .i.'cmmts t./rill" otfirv>. they are between 20 and ?0( years of age, ot vry dark
the forceps which is mentioned for the I complexion-Jones is a'jjut 5 feet 6 inches high-
T till known or to an eulogy on a character danger to be apprehended from a portion ef pur Johnson is
) pruiiounce UXITCD ST.1TES OF .'l.UERIC, | about 5 feet 4 inches high, has a scar bstueen -
of if
sov.vil' appreciated would be superfluous.He the Creek Indians : when, on motion of Col. pose conveying, possible, to the mind of I SOCTHEKN J C'DICI.\L Di-Tiucr OK FLU1 1D.\ S 1 Irs: eyes: -Chambers :is about 6 feet high and

fI Ii: uf> years and honor, and revered and Joseph Howard, Capt. James Abercrombie the reader, an idea of the great difficulty and I To the .Marshal of the United Slates for said Dis- stout maJe:: : They are all lilely-they say they
: l landed on the Eastern of Florida in last.
danger necessarily attending so important an August
:.::jsiea'-i! !b iy: boii !hemisphereV.j ; ?. II' was called to the chair and Sampson Lamer, operatiun.-N. Y. Star. 1riciGreetin'i; i in a sm.lI1IJoJ.t. The o>\ ners are request L. cr>.ne forward -

I appointed Secretary. On motion of Gen -WHEREAS, llicliard Roberts, by his Proctor prove property, pay expenses, and take thenaway. <

\ have received: a copy (If Col.! Nuttall's cir.2t Thomas Woodward the following gentlemenwere ". Eq has filed his LIBEL, stating LE WIS F. BRACK ., i
alleging anJ:! propounding! that the said! Richard Sheriff ,
?!.' :1'. :; v4a.1 I!. pubihit! I m our next. appointed a Committee to wit : county Florida
Roberts master of the schooner Blacksmitha: the
West June
Key 13, 1834.! [f46-6mj
Gen. f h.mas Woodward, Joseph Howard, The history of this singular man, who from the 8th day of June, 1B34, dis ovred bales (If t Cotton r'

T.nrj.Tji lue! weather fJIS In-cn ('xtrcmcl3rm I James Howard: Julian S. Devereaux, Isaac most obscure tank, has raised }himself an almost floaiing' on the high j seas, ab-indoned: ] anil dcreiict NOTICE.MR. .

lur.nfr tlic i independent crown in EO'ypt-mac.le himself"the$ I that with great difficulty the sud ROJCHS and the K. M. MOORE is the only agent appointed !
past MX weeks, tic town and country Ray John S. Green, James Dent ZachariahCloJgh
observed of all observers bhis wonderful s.iiJ suocended and Tallahassee receive
prowess i crew dt'the: sciiooncr in saving: in to passage: and baggage l
,,,;M.UJO{: i.caliiiv. Tiie j r\spcct of abundant Stephen Day, and Davjd Carter. and enlarged views of !policy) ,-and bearded bringing to the port of lv: yVe' t, t fifty-sewn. bales: of money for the Western line ofSr.. es" 1,

r.iite;!; oi'I! every description was never more flatferiag. On niotiou of Air. Bird, the Chaimnn was I the once mvii.cible; Turk even in his very, Serag said ';;otton, and prays Salvage! on l1.:: sanu : And A. B. BLACK WELL, 4

:: added to the committee. After having retired I lio-is nut( lei remarkable in his early career, than: whereas, the Judge of our said Court hath aj>pcm.tedthe Contractor of the Western lIne of Stages. .f
fir!>Monday of August nsit: (or all persons concerned June 14. (44tf
iu his later achievements. In St Johns Travels I
short time the follow Preamble and ,
a ing -
to be cited and intimated to appear at the 1
/ in T"llahasDlIll't be alarmed, planters, Resolutions were reported by Gen. Thomas; I is the: t following account of his boyish days, as given Court House' at Key West, in said District: to ; how I RE.1L ESTATE AT AUCTION.WILL .1

!KKjuur: : cation) hoss! < ms-We only mean that, Woodward, as Chairman of the Committee | from his own lips. cause, Ifany they have, why the prayer of said; peu.1, be sold, at public out-cry, in ['It" City CIf J t

'tI.rOUg'h of Mr. Bull; I will tell you a sLor.I. was bom ill a village:! in I iinn :,hould! not he ;ra1Hcd. in fr.>ni ot the Court House at the
our citi.cnsMteivcn and unanimously: adopted: Albania, and my lather had ten children, hesi'ies: You are therefore hereby authorised! empowered, I usual hours' of sale, on the first Tuesday m Octobernext 1

:..:: rrgulid: fur the first t with a luxury We, the citizens ot'Macon ceunty, have assembled me, who are all dead, bat whii" hvinjr, not one of.: and st'i i _tly enjoined 'OJ cite and admonish all persons) the following tracts or parcels of L.2.VD, lying

..!wci! none can l'reeiattWlh' ) have not seen: the this day for the purpose of taking into 'them contradicted me. Althimj'i' I left my native C interested: or having; any right, ti-.le, or claim to said I and being in the County of Leon and known as the ;

:M.frniomcier at n'antij for four veeli- in succes consideration the danger U be apprehended I : mountains before I attained to mannood, -t-the principa1 r.Ly-seveu bales of Cotton, by }puMishiii! this! Northeast Quarter Section 9, Township One, Range t
I : in some Ii' wspaper in the Tt-rniory of Flurid.or Two, North and Eas', anj Containing 160 37-100 '.
\\earchappy) tl add], that the speculation: [ from a portion of the Creek Indians whe re people in the place never look any step in income adjoining State thereto, at least four; weeks acres. Another tracts ofLqXD, containing 80 acres I

.uniefl out profitable: and will be repeated. side amongst us, and have on various occasions the business ol the commune, without previously' \ I, before the said first Moncay uf August next. and nineteen-hundredths of an acre, known as the

l recently evinced hostile intentions towards inquiring what was my pleasure. I come to this And wnat you sliall do in the premises, you shall L East halt of the Southwest Quarter Section 31, in 'J

Vesttrday the country an abscure adventurer, and when I was I duly! certify unto thr Judge aforesaid f at the time and Township One, North, of range One West. Also
4th of and t
July, was ushered in by; the settlers in this county ; on one yet but a bimbashi (captain) it happened one day I plioe7iforesaid, to cli er wrto this writ. the vest half of the Southeast Quarter Section 8, t.

sjfiitional: salute. A Inrhacue: was prepared ate occasion: a respectable citizen of our countywas that the commissary bad to give each of the bin I- ',Vitnes!', the Honorable JA'rtESVEBB, Judge of Township One, Range Two, North and East, cen- f

'-, Sjutli. i SJrjul; !'';, which! was partaken of by a murdered by an Indian who is not yet bashis a tent. They were all iny seniors, and said! Court for said District, this sixteenth day of June taming SO (Id-100 acres. t-

Jrgf number our chi.uis. F. Simmons apprehended and whereas we have icceived( naturally pretended to a preference over me ; but eighteen; hundred and I thirty-four. As ALSO-The following Lots in the City of Tallahassee !
Henry ; !
Esq I the officer said-'-Stand all bv-this youth, ALEXANDER HAMILTON DAY, Clerk, and known in the plan of said City, as Lot.
-:1'tcd as President, and Oscar White, Esq. as information from undoubted authority that Mohammed Ali shall he you served first and I ad By H K. NEWCOMB.Dcp'y: Clerk. number 125, 126, 127, 128, 129, 130, 231, and 282.
Wl'resuient.flcr the Indians are encouraged and sus I : ; Also Lots Nos. 43, and 50, and 44 and 47 and "f
: common tot
te cloth was removed, the vanced step by step, as it pleased God to onlain : THEREFORE, know ye, to all whom it may concern, ,
foJon-it!: Toilets: tained in their hostility towards: the white settlers that in of the above monition, from under No. 79. Sold by permission of the Honorable the ,
? drank
were : and now here am-(rising:; a little) on his scat, and pursuance County Court of Leon
cheWs and that thre.its the Seal of the District Court of the United States of: County, to satisfy the heir
r1 1The: day \ct ctlibrate-The coronation day by some of their ; : looking out of the viiidowvhiich was at his elbow, Southern District of Florida, to I and credit rs of the estate of DANIEL FACST, late of
for Lhe 19
Ci r Ilhrr1'\'. havc been made, and even the time set apartwhen ::>> and commanded a view of the Lake Mareotis directed America,and delivered, I do hereby give publh notice, said County, deceased.

:II' The Signers rf Declaration of Indepen- they are to commence violence on the and now here I am. I never had a master-(glancin" :- to all persons in any manner interested therein, that Terms on the day of Sale.

i.//let_Let tlieir declaration be emhossed and enaJ settlers, which we understand to be some time his eye at the roll containing the imperial fir they be and appear before the Court to be holden in MAR Y FAUST,Administratrix.

tJe.r upon the American flag, and American fred the next montn man) and for said District, at the Court House in the Cityof June 21, 1834. [4 5 Is.I_
!ira it ___ West the first Monday of August next, at
protect fur ever. I Key on NOT ICE.A.LL .
That *
.. we
0 n therefore then and there to inter.
rC'r urorgc n'ulliugIUll-Tht= Commantler-m- In the several factories at Lewd), Mass a ten o'clock A. M.of that day, persons having claims or demands against
of ly pledge ourselves to aid and assist in bring their claims for the same, and to make their allegations
I the American Army during the Revoluwmary and harmony :. capital of five and a half millions dollars:: I is pose thereof.THOMAS Estate of DANIEL FAUST lateofsaid County
"ar-thc the all offenders against the peace in support deceased, are requested tn them authen-
pure patriot- untiring sol- ing invested. Neatly 6000 are employedin EASTIN, U. Marshal present duly
dJtt- ae friend universal liberty-yes\; the Fatt of the good citizens of this section of the persons females. Two Southern District of Florida. ticated as the law requires, within the time prescribed -
4500 of whom of
them are
of his Country.! to or be fQrever barred; And all persons in any wise
country the with nine mills consume 246 By R. R. FLETCHER Deputy.: indebted to said estate called make immediate
4. hold companies are upon to -
GeneraLafayette-He has gone tc join the it jurlhcr Resolved, That we will Key "-tst.Juoc 17th, 1834. ((47-4w) to the undersigned.MARY .
wnstellation of bales of cotton week, and manufactur payment
Patriots and Statesmen, who es- ourselves in readiness at a moment's warning every LIST Letters remaining in the Post Office at FAUST, ArainistratrLr.

tlt iJisl.ed! die epoch of Liberty, and. numbered the to assist in apprehending tho murderer of 295,060 yards of cotton cloth per week. The A Quincy, 30h of June, 1834, which if not taken June 21, 1834. [45tf.] :r..
days of _
kino-s. Merrirnack consumes 5000 tons of be the t
Company first of October next, will sent to
S. G. G. A. Lucas late efthis county. out by
7?"""Jfftrson-His principles be die Beverly do believe coal and 1400 cords of wood per annum. The General Post Office as dead Letters. Notice. it

shied: by the votaries of Freedom throughout the Be further Resolved That we total annual consumption of cotton by all the, A-Council B. Allen 2, A. K. Allison. HEREBY forewarn all persons against trading t
\Twld .1, : of the citizens in this of the State L. Barry, Edward: I
in s' -rres the safety part and the of cotton B-Lemuel C. Bains: George for a NOTE by Julia Ann Hawell
bales amount given
tO I nulls i is 32,694 .-
fi. Alfied
an"T' ors and Soldiers of the Re\oluticnrv I requires an organization of a company of cloth made in the year is 36,244,000 yard Barnwell C-F. ,cCash John Bales, Benj., Lara Chappel Brown, Harris, Callin Bryant., Moses to Wm. T. Barnes, for S 205 25, payable) one day .-
the authority whose after date 10th 1831. Said"note .'
I 7 s tac \> ", mounted men, by The annual consumption of anthracite coal is Cox John Currer. (Sept. ) having

8' The Pn-5it\rnt of the United States. duty it should be to attend and assist the civil' charcoal 5000 bushels of t D-\9'illiams Dickson 3,10hn Dickson, Aron Dick been fraudulently obtained, it will not be paid. r"

j ilIlg' The first! Session of the 23rf Congress-A officers in the execution of their duty, and otherwise 7100 tons of ; son, R. S. Dickson, William Drew, Wm. W. Davis, COTTON B. O'NEILL. ,,
& :;:,." uiuch squablmg. and little service. the disaffected in awe. wood, 3500 cords ; of oil, 26,000 gallons. Martha Day. June 14th, 1834. [44-4w ]
Our Statesmen of the present day.-\\Je wish keep That the following The weekly salaries of the female operatives E-J. D. Edwards,James C. Evans.

e could see more of Country and less: of Parly in Be itJurtker/ Resolved, amount $14,868" 75-the weekly salariesof F-Freeman Fitzegerald. Freight wanted for JYVio York.
tJer: paLriol be appointed a committee, to wit G-Samuel Grange, Thomus Grey.
m. gentlemen the male opperatlves to $13,860. Total The scnr. WASHINGTON, Capt.
10. .Dura Governor lrm. P. Duval-He; carts Gen. Thomas Woodward, Joseph Howard, week 75. Total per annum H-Janus H. lext, David Hallaman, PriestlyD. StVAiM, will sail hence about the first

: with him our warmest wishes for his Ifealth James Howard Julian S. Devereaux, Isaac per 493,894.$28,72S These facts ar derived from a .J Hicks-Rardall, Francis Johnson Hyman.2. Andrew Johnson 3. of July next, and will carry freight t

MJ prosperity. John S. Green, James Dent, Zacha $1, low, ii early application is made. A
l. Ray, published in the Bunker K-Samuel 1 Krightan 2.
J1! ttd: His Excellency J. H. Eaton, our newly ap- riah dough, Stephen Day, David Carter, statement recently L-John Lany, John Lester. f few passengers can also be very comfortably accommodated -

Pt Governor\\ e are ready to give him a James Abercrombie J. P. Clough, William Hill Aurora. M-Mary J. McKenzie, John McLain, .John Me. by applying to

aSsui wclcome amongst us-we will judge of his E. A. whose duty it Millan, Henry lashburnVJlltam larUn) James KERR &, STURGES.June .
and McBryde
Waker A Brattleborough, Vt. paper says that a Mayo, Mary McRae, Archibald Mills, Ftrdin:1OMaller. 14th, 1834. (tf44)
J 12. The should be to a meeting of the _ __ _
request .
Territory of Florida May her Rail- of that state calledon
within this woman in the western part B. A.N e:1l: William Nelras.O 1. PI.ANTE&S' HOTEL.Iih.
i"1 soon roll her into the Union, and may she of the several Towns county since, to borrow a few N-J eremiah Norman, B. Owens. t
not long Meredith
*ve herself them the of exercising their a neighbor, -Solomon Owens subscriber the PLANTERS' HOTEL
when propriety nab taken ,
she there. state to : :
IS. The fairy get with the common Indians to prevent pounds of flour. The neighbor told her he P-Wm. W. Paral ore, Capt. Jesse, Potts, Araey .1'and ukts thisojportunityofiMorminghiS friends
influence Charles H.
honest to thought it would be better if her b sba"ndwould Painter, David C. Patterson, Dupont. and the public that his HOCSC will be open for their reception -
patnot, drink to the fltwing bowl threats and attemptlrgexecute Reed.
them from making R-David Rankin, John
wheat the mill the of March 1834.
Smile of his to instead on 1st
To n the bonny Lass that's brisk and gay, them.Resolvedphut. take some S-Thomas Sinisan, Dr. A. G. Sweet, Peter Sim- 28tf K1DDARM. MOORE.

day independence Iwells the freeman's soul; Committee consisting of of going to the stale every morning 1 to mons.

Aa for Temperance societies,they'll do another a buy a gallon of whiskey-what in the worldsays W-David L. White. Richard Wilkinson,Harrison '1'H& schr. ORION daily expected from Cuarles-
Gay Joseph Howard Julian S. Devereaux with so much whiskwy ? Wooten, Collins Woodbury, WestG Winfray, Sim- with 500 bushels of COJ2A and a few bar-
do do
- ( James Abercrombie be appointed whose dutyit he, you son Wilson. reis ofMay FLOUR-Either will l fot csb by
John Oh," the woman, a gallon of whiskey Yonse David D. JOHN I R PEACBV.
& address his Excellency says Y-Henry F. Yonge, Phillip 1
?D8INIMA in to
editor speaking shall be
tfi country in of small children like M. BLUE, P. M. 31, 1834. [41tfj
I is nothing a family Yonge. : .
dLeambQ&t "she had births in her and forward -
twelve of
sap, the subject our ,
\ t4bln.V Gayle, on thereof ours, considering we don't keep a cow." July 5th, 1834. [47.3w] (75 ) A" J B.-RICE also for sale by the tierce.

I &Dualling there must bm been! him the proceedings


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NOTICE. K RR iicureof Tallahassee. THOS. Q. n< P &-C
: rSwTUmR'IY 1.11inmS, t petition to forciosevs l\IOl'T&RAT'S COLUMBIAN VEGETABLE 20th May, 1834. (f42tf] () i
I : tA- partnershb formerly existing between assignee } Dz La
tIyU hath : SF subscription -
: P. Booth and Jsmes D. W. tcott Jr. for RAIL eDQr- s.
valUAble remedy ever yrtdlscovered office and will be vta ,
I hn' by agreement I II lWrOTICE is hereby given to toZS&l the most Cold, ConSufflpti0 IJdlama for sixty days from the date hereof, forivT "
Match Coughs '
all the KBr ,tnJ of the Tallahassee e CaS
.. 1X1. tard and to persons _11 interested and 'all diseases Stock Rail Road,tuW
I under him, and to persons Spitting of Blood, Philaddlphi3. It bt received at the above E2J1 *
jt A CARD. through, or, on lots in the Prepared by J. BOYD, place durin(p ? !
JAKXI D.WMTCOTT lemon declined a continuant( In SALES.-The subscriber having loca that a petItion to foreclose I a mortgage No. 181 182, & Ltt'ng the disturbed nerves, gives strength to the t by CHARLES

I U It tte ttJ'office of Becrettry! of Florida and aowpud dWI pommiMiooef AUCTION in Tallahassee, proposes to do a general cit, .of Tallahassee,William(oil lg103.I Williams nian!) and' by aid comp'ses, reDairs he Appetite.i improYcS the bottle Spirits of, etc.the Secretary&nd Treasurer to the Board oJ -J);... .
to Lungl each Tallahassee 22d t
mortga4Cd February
chiefly tft 201 1834.
U B. AitoroeyJor the Middle DUtnct commission business regular sale days,Tuesdayand William Kerr Dlrect10ns accompanying
tO of
tt e practice of Williams[ and transferred Bill mannerSpecific
j devote bU time .uluINl sad unnm Mngiftn assigned conspicuous
in the in a most ER schooner Charles Ldmoni.
1 ftM Ltw and he infonw bU friendi in Florida aDd eltewtere. Saturday. Robert Sturgess has been flied this day pointing out of the disease P
I,. M'l all tauine entrusted to him in the Court of Apj'!&w, i io He will also attend to administrator and othersalcs and of the Superior Court of Leon County. all the symptom.s In their different stages while ter, the subscriber is in daily eipSI'Jceiving ,
.nyoflt Courts of the Middle DUirwt. or in tbe Superior in the county. ROBERT J. HACKLEY. Clerks office directions respe ttin the treatment from Charleston, Carolina, aSrgJf t *
and particular
I Doirti of ek.oft and Franklin CountUi la Writ npridt. or 3tr Dated this 18th "diJ834.BERTHELOT well authentiC3ted certi.fcates ,
,I' .f DecMur and Tboiaai CountUt, Oeorg$, will r the March 23d 1833. executed with?neatness using it, together with many : CORN FLOUR, SALT, &e. !
,f I rx>it punctual and awidiioui alUOVloa." N. B. Instruments of writing march 22, ((32tf. For petioncraKcff&Sturges of cures, et.c. increasing demana for sale on Consignment. Individualsof h'e.
HACKLEY. : and
I. r TilU&baNee. May 14. 1834. ___ and despatch, bv R. J. of the great did:
In articles
, consequence the above had best
the immcJ
"" r h> 'i. Court-Middle District of Florid&LEON is enabled to reduce an ply 'In}
I1p; MIDDLE DISTRICT : :\ G IN 9, manufactnred by Ja$. 1SoatWrlsm, 'Superior for thil specific, the proprietor enabling it to come JOhN BLAIR PEAt Let
I Superior_ Court-Leon County. 3- South Caroliny, for sale bf COWTT. price to 75 cents perbottletherebY st Marks, April 8th, 1834. ((33>n CHT..Ilt .
I, JNO. BLAIR PEACHY. WILLIAM B. NUTTALL, within the reach of all persons. i
WILLIAM W. BRIGGS, > In.aMUmpsit. -"Lo- Actiug Trustee of Co.1 Asump6it: Dr. CiiAfMiN's Anti-Dyspeptic Pills. a Superior Court for the ..\liddk D

; VCS 11,050. 1,1OObushl. SALT,coarse and fine-apply as above. WILLIAM L. HAS KINS 4- 1 been successful used by thousands Florida, Leon County, tJ
; : ASH jM&rch / In A ttne hment. These Pills have,
issutd 1834 for llSO.I February 8th, 1813.(26tODYSPEPSIA [ w. j who can testilydebilitated to their superior: efficacy (over He'd! at the City Tallahassee on Th rept
'Atta.Ghnunt "* 1 LAUDAMAN. of Dys. the 24th of 1
i AND IVER.COMPLAINTV- JOHN other remedies nOw i in use) for cure day April 1834' Corrirr
of Phynolcgical Medicine above cause has been instituted, and a wnt. many theircomplicated i formsthey give strength A.SLAUGHTER & C. LABJJZAN, >
Professor in
made returnable pepsia
I I t In debt. who for several has devoted his entire, Attachment therein issued and the organs of digestion, repair the appettiteremoVeS Complainants, \S
vs. years The defendant to
;t, LAUDAMAN who is 3uxnmoni$20X( ) attention to the treatment of chronic or inveterate diseases to the next term of said Court. nausea and sickness of the stomach, habitual against
imf f
pleaded with James S.linn. J I has succeeded by chemical and synthesis and all others concerned, are filed hereby notified said casea*Wm costiveness, head-ach, palpitation of the heart, CAROLINE JANE RINOGOLD, t In C Bt1t
from several proximate and plead to the declaration 10 affections. They contain no administratrix of James G. nct. -
I Attachment issued April 5th, 1834 for 01,290.In I in forming a combination Att'v Pl'tffslated and many other nervous Rinegpld
I J vef cfaUe principles, to which he has given the i inz to law. 11.Y. BRADEN, 9r Mercury nor do they sicken the stomach, they.are a deceased, and ichard and Mary Ring:t \
I EDWARD LOOCKERMAN' name Medicine StomachicK et Hepaticic ; which has : March 28, J834. [35-3m.l] and'safe cathartic there is no restriction in dietml gold. Defendants. S

6" WILLIAM P. CRAIG tra proved far more efficient than any remedy heretofore JOHN: \v. !tEA YES. } or drink or exposure to wet or cold while. using .hem. IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Conn (t t6r1
ding under the name, style, and usumpsit. discovered, in curing those distressing maladies of r,. Dill of directions fill accompany: each box ot Pills, the defendants dn n/ rn.dD in th* TVrritl;; Ijjlt StAt-
firm of LOOCKERMAN & CRAW mind and body, which arg.K JoJ1XKlffiPrSftn!? &tlar -' VHt ... -* cy.T ?r.nwni tune notice that suit winrn will tuUy explain their efl \ts. i ix'r*- t.t. "r eorgia: On motion of theen'1. '
ment of the SPLCCS. .dft. has been institwed by Attachment: in the above From/ the well known reputation of tneseJPuls\ Jlf( f counsel, it is ordered that unless tne d ll1p l\
Attachment issued January'lst 1834, forSC9152.THE Among the symptoms of Dyspepsia and Liver-com stated case, returnable to a Justice Court to be held man Y-y' anN!: l1&S/aW1ttr* ) ive/ T -ni"furth r detail 4 of dants do appear here on or before the fust Mend dtrtQ. ll l teirtfron
by R. J. Hackley, esq. in the city or i uuuucwcc wit Them. has"been received and for sale October next, and answer the complainants ?*
in fresh
A ,
plaints the
are flatulency sourness or burning stomach supply *
defendants in said and all others in- in next.The defendant and said bill will be taken t t-.e!
: cases in the the first Monday April P. B. PERKINS.Tallahassee pro confix, andtU
melancholy, ,disagreeable taste by
irritability by appointment
will take notice of the issuing of said all persons interested, are required to appear and I thereof decreed accordingly: Provided 1Zl.1t1.! 3 I
I mouth of which is Nov 23d I5tf
Attachments as above stated, and are also required ; voracious; great! irregularity appetite, sometimes plead. FRANKLIN S. JOHNSON this: order be inserted in the Florjdia'published : a ( PJ or f

I to appear and plead to the declaration filed in said thirst, fetid breath and, nausea at other, weakness times greatly of the deficient stomach; March 27th, 1934. (l36-3mj) Constable. FRESIIDRIJGS.ItaiI in Tallahassee once a week fursuccessively 10Urm"ne"SP3, 1 !
eases respectively, according to the statute in such !' previous to said first '-?
and eructations palpitation,drowsinesss, irregularity CORN AND SEED PE \S.I'r Monday of0 1 star
t I! e: made: and provided. Dated May 12th 1834. of the bowels, pressure on the stomach after meals ERR & STURGES offers for sale at. T Ua. Gnpag tpwm i>> (DeJ (A copy) Teste, w > ; 0

!: .1 JAMES D. WESTCOTT, JR. pain in the henJ, dizziness or vertigo ; confusion of. hassee and St. Marks, .' received a full supply ".t fresh: drugs; apices, May 10. [f39-4'u) J \
:- 40tf Att'y- for Plt4fts mind, attended with the loss of memory, a nawinin 2,000 bushels CORN and perfumery, etc etc a Superior; ollrtjor the .:lJiddlt DiJtritl? '

OF FORECLOSURE OF MORTG- the stomach when empty, chilliness,' affection ofsight f 100 do. PEAS. Also) sugar boiler's Thermometers, graduated to 300 Florida Leon County tin
I' NOTICE All persons interested will take notice that and hearing, pain and weakness in the back degrees, on brass scales of 22 inches ; Litmus l'umcr- Held at the City .,f Tallahassee! Mond due
:, the "Central Bank of Florida," intend to institute languor disturbed sleep cold feet and hands, tremor June 7th, 1834. ((43tf ic, etc. : Maynard and Noyc's celebrated Ink and Ink 21st day of April 1834 JIb 1 C

.. cuit upon a certain mortgage made and executed by uneasiness in the throat, caugh, pain in the side 01 405 REWARD; Powder Lowe and Reeds genuine Chlorine tooth JOHN ROBER-IS/CciiipIuinant, Ion
William G. Ilttrges* and Mary Ann his wife, on the breast, &.t. PROCLAMATION wash, the best article known for diseased teeth and against Un"nat.i3. 5nd
t. 13th day of March 1333, unto William! Williams, of The above maladies lead to organic affections of th IT gums ; Bullards Oil of Soap for cleansing Woolen ELIZABETH ROBERTS. j tr a DI.
h and upon the south half' of lot No. 95 And the whole of stomach, liver, and heart,terminating in Dropsy,Can.I cloth; salts ot Lemon, for removing ink and stains in appearing to thc I satisfaction vore. C
;r lot No. 96, in the city of Tullahassse, and the stores, .I sumption, Apeplexy,&c.according to the climate, habits WIlUJLl! .Ut tPg ID'Jt\f .!L:) cloth ; Lucifer and Phosphorus matches ; O borne's IT afudavit of the complainant: of, tht Coiirt ir.'J'

dwelling house, kitchen, stables, and other improve age, sex, and temperament of the patient. GOVERNOR OP FLORID celebrated water colours, etc; beautiful glass ink stands d(ant resides in the State tit"OU that the
.1 ments thereon to secure the payment: of a note for :1 Prepared by J. P. PETERS, M. D., Milledgeville TWO HUNDRED DOLLARS is hereby offered L and Pounce boxes ; fancy and medicated lozenges ; motion of sid C"mplainant 1 by counsel l Carolina- "? ten
2,000, given by said Burgess and Green II. Chaires Inventor and sole proprietor. the apprehension of two runaway slaves, patent barley, powdered, sago, etc. etc. All!of which that unler, the said defendant do it ando (as security to said Williams on the same day, payable ., Testimonia.ts.-Numerous tertificates might be adduced charged with the murder JAMES ROUNDTREE, will be sold cheap for cash or approved credit. bill of tin. appearthe *
complainant:: ,on or before ?
I January: 1st 1834, with interest 10 per,centum, relative to the extraordinary cures performecby Esq., late of the county of Lownds and state of Geor E.: B. PEl KIXS. in October next-the said the first V wi'
day bill
and have been using these medicines but the gia. The deceased was murdered in Leon County, will be taken f'co.ifesso 4 tia
S from date, antI which note mortgage: ; following arc thought Tallahassee, December 14th IStff and the thereof! .
: Msigncd by said Williams to said Central Bank of sufficient to satisfy the minds of the most skeptical : near the line between Georgia and Florida, nbout one matters decreedProvititd m"",cord 'Ilt en1sit'
,' Florida"-And that said Central Dank of Florida"has From Dr. James Ewtll, Author of the Medical Companion mile above R. Mannings, on the night of the 2*'ti; E'.V DRUG STORE .1U.1111'l..V..V.'l.-The subscriber I, a copy of this order be inserted in th Fif
; this day filed its petition (f.etting forth said note or Family Physician. inst. The persons charged with thr murder aforesaid 1.. has just received by ship American from lillian, a newspaper published at Tallahassee: : ':oncei
... : i and mortgage and the assignments I thereof and the amount NEW-ORLEANS, Dec. 20th 1833. are a back man belonging to Col. R. W. Williams New York a complete assortment of fresh and genuine week, for three !mcnllis.successively' previous tcstd: Pt:

, I j P due upon the sune: ), to the Superior Court for To whom it may conctrn.-This is to certify, that 1 named CRITTENDON, formerly the property .. Drugs and Medicine, also paints, oils, glass and first Monday of Ucto er. of
, ; the Middle District .f Florida, in and for the Bounty have witnessed the operation of Dr. Petei's JtifdicinaStomachicc of John S. Shepard, Esq. This Mlow is about' dye stuffs, patent medicine, perfumery, surgtn.- if.. ( A copy) Tcste, '; IIW
l 1, of Leon in the Clerks office of said courtnt Tnllahaseet et Hepatica in a number of very obstinate five feet eight: inches high, active and well made, and:L struments, etc. etc., comprising syrup, sarsaparilla, May iO.3-3mJ[: : ] J.\R S. LlNNcl' I !

II I -and have also filed therewith said ortit1 mort-:- Dyspeptic and Liver-affections, of long standing,likewise about 20 or iJ3 y'ars old, he is a daring and bold viI. ext. Belladona, ext. cicuta, extract quinine, pru \iute 13t
It age, and have prayed for the foreclosure of the equity in several cases of the enlargements of tho pleen ; lian. Th<* other slave is a mulatto, named JOE' the iron, sal martis digitaliss,corrosive sublimate! turpeth lii'I '
redemption said mortgagors and all persons claiming and its aiTects were truly astonishing. I have no hc-: property of William Wyatt Esq. and former y belonged mineral, isinglass,iodine,gum kino Henry's magnesia laCu.
r'f I by, through or under them, in and to :aiid! ; mortgaged Hitation in declaring it the most valuable preparation L to Littlebury Jones, Esq. of Gadsdcn County manna, sulphate morphium. musk, oil croton, English .
; i I property, and that anplicaUon will be duly made for those di..trc sing ailments that has ever come with. JOE is much cked-has: blue eyes, and is about !i blue moss, pulv.ontimoniales,hellebore! squills; sago: : '
I, far euch judgment foreclosure, and other proceedings in my knowledge. JAMES: EWELL, M. D. feet C or 7 inches high, and well made, he may at ergot, forerugruk ced, cephalic snuff, isinglass; issue \. -
;It had on said petition according to the statutes m such Wilkes County. Geo. Jan. 1834. tempt to pass: as a free man arid may change his name; plasters, Swaims panacea, ditto Vermifuge, quinine, (
; case made and provided. Dated, February 2id 1833. The undersigned cun bear testimony to the superiorefficacy he is about 23: years old! DONE HUNDRED DOLLARS strychnine, morphium, breast pipes nipple shields
9 I JAMES: WESTCOTT, Jr. of Dr. Peter's Medicinae Stomachir et Hepatcae REwArtwill be given for each of the above cupping instruments, complete with pumps, stomach Tv
t, SStfJ] ..'lttonuy for Pet ithrner. in the,cure Dyspepsia and Liver Complaints I described sl. ve*, if delivered to the Marshal 0:I pumps complete with metallic pumps etc., electrical
I from personal experience. the Middle District of Florida, or to I the Sheriff of the battery, glass funnels, glass: stopped vials, lamp glass,
MIDDLE DISTRICT : WM. G. JOHNSON. county of Leon, or secured in any jail in this Terri male'and fcm&le urinals, crown lancets, turnkeys, a to.
Superior Court-Jtfferton County. Dr. P's Mcdicinze Sto-nachicac Hepati are put up I tory.! hawk bills, surgeons needled! pessaries, trusses, gold lADE J and sold wholesale and fie- : J.t\
1. .knesL.ParLh4), in parcels wi h full directions for using. From one Given under my hand at the Cry! of Tallahassee !. leaf,,camel's hair pencils, water colour! paints, Frederick cnnr.ty, Md. by C. Henton t"t
: ,tlarhn Palmer, In Covenant. to three parcels: will be necessary to complete a cure. this 29th day of March, 1831 and L carmine saucers, self syrcnges some of the very valuable concerned in the Patent with Dr. Judkin.. 4- L'j
; : Summons. ad "cspnndcndum for The price i is $5 a parcel.A of the Independence of the Uni ed States the! preparations: of Air. Gr.ORGF. W. CARITNTER, The above Ointment is offered to the pablicaii i

.J. OItf'HJ lZ. B"..,. j 32,500( d tmages. great quantity of the above ,'cry'nlullble preparations Fifi y-Eighti! year. Philadelphia( .") ext. sarsaparilla, tot purifying the date: and certain remedy for 'lhoe obstinate tl.icuM.; j lW
,. t" Attachment issued May 16th 1831, for S 1000 will be kept constantly on hand by WM. P. DUVAL. bleed and invigorating the 'ystttn generally. some of which have so long balled the skill of medic: !> ..

: daraagei.Fames E. !3. PERKINS, Tallahassee:! $205 Dollars.IN Ext. Buchee for complaints of the bladder, uretha, science. I'
I Who is authorised to di poe of them, either at whole- addition etc. comp'd jryr. liverwort, an invaluable remedy for :1st White Swellin"sof every description.
the above
to reward the citizens 1
I \ L. Pnrih, 1 In Case. sale or retail, on as reasonable terms as they can be: ] \ f'e and vicinity offer TWO HUNDREDAND : coughs, consumption, etc. citrated Kuli for making the M l Sore Leg and Ulcer?! of long standing. -
I vs. > Summons ad for obtained of the'Proprietor. FIVE DOLLARS also such further neutral mixture, Harrowgutcj salts! the celebrated medicines 3d Schirrusor Glandular Tumours! particular!
1 Oitotll E. Burt. 3 2,000 damaEes.j ,I JOS. PRIESTLEY PETERS. as may be contributed by those; who have not yet had I of Mr. Thompson Kidder, (I ton"iz.. kelps those hardened tumours I in women'breajtsKhichofta:
j Attachment isued May\ 16th, 1834, for $ 1000 daTEiE The followirg are few among thc many persons that an opportunity to subscribe. botanical drops said to be a most certain atilt effectual I limes terminate in ulcerated eancers.
I J1es. have been either eniirely cured or greatly benefited Tallahassee, :MarSh 29 h, 1834. 31-tf remedy for every disorder arising from an impure 4th [Felons or what s'nnepeople kno\\' l the nan U
; within the last twelve months, by the use of Dr. Pe state of the blood, and humours, Relf's B. drops, asth- o Catarrhs, of every description.
: defendant i iR said cases, and all others inte. ters' Medicin* Storaachieat et Hepaticx within the ..I rr.atic pills for female complaints, obstructions, hypo- 5th [Rheumatic Pins of the joints. 0'
, 4 3 will take notice of the issuing of :said! stats of Georgia.[ OTECn1 I chondria, etc. :anti-billions pills, vegetable! speci c for 6th Sprains and Bruiser of every descriptioa oriswr.atever .
Attachments as above stated, and said defendant i ic Mrs. Abner Hicks, Wilkinson. dyspepsia and indigestion, rheum.Hie lillamcnt,HunI part situate. .TT
., f also required to appear and plead to the declaration Mrs. Capt. James Willis, do. I Urs syphilit.ic medc. Dumfrcy's ointment, pile remedy, 7th 1'ettersof all: kind In this complaint the pi
filed in said cases respectively, according to the statute Col. Win. F. Bond, do. eye water, British anti-sceptic dentrifice, albion corn heat, ir. applying! the Ointment must kc.p the par g
in such case -nn. e and provided. Wayne W. Elands, Esq. Laurens. W plaster, cambrian tooth ache rills.! 'Vith other articles out of waler- p
Dated May ISth, 1833. Bryan Allen Esq. do. too numerous to mention) the above for sale low 8th ChiltJains, or parts affected by frost.
lI Itf J. WESTCOTT, Jr. At.t'y for Plt'Ts.! Col. John W. Porter, Morgan. [ =\ for cash, or an approved credit. E. C. LEDYARD. It is also one of the best remedies fiir Barns and -
-, Sanford Chapman Esq. Jones. : Marianna, October 26th-11 tf Druggist. Scalds It eases the pain :and draws the fire oat ia a
Ii AND.-For sale a valuable tract of land contain- Alexander Irvin, Esq Washington. ; short time.
I [1 ins 560 acres lying near: Monticello. Jefleraor. Col. Geo. Mathews, Green. 34 DRUG STORE FOR SALE. For Inflamed Women's Breasts, and GlaadnJ!*>, ]
county, Florida, belonging to Lawrence Hill I of Ncw- ,1 I THE subscriber wishing to close his Swellings, it is superior to any rredicine yet kaowatothe ;,
York, this tract of land, is about one half hammock, JOHN: HENRY,-Will business, will sell his Drug; Est: h.-hment. medical faculty It is much safer than narcariil Itt
V, 4nd the balance of oak,and well watered with a spring stand at my stable _. 1r consisting of Fresh and genuine DRUGS of any prepartion of that material) becatse iidti ,
oranch running through the same : persons wishing in Marianna and will be let .s & :MEDICINES, Patent Medicines, Sur not lay the patient liable to injury from eipou 1 .t
see the land, will apply to James L. Parish Esqr at to Mares at Twenty Dollars !- geon's Instruments. &c. &c. with the fix cold. rf
Monticello who will show the and for the season, which has Tins Ointment has cured of
.. i same, terms tures and furniture extremely low. The assortment : sores many years aa. ,
1 which will be liberal apply to me in Tallahassee : I It now commenced, and will is well selected and will be sold either together or in ing. Where it is impossible or imprudent to h | \

!! will also sell the remaining lots, in the west addition continue until the 1st day of August ; payable the 1st INSURANCE against loss or damage by FIRE can parcels. Druggists and Physicians will find it to their external sore, in consequence of the bone becoming .
f ; to Montic llo, and give a bargain if applied for soon: day of January next. the most favorable terms, on appli- interest to call and examine the articles and pu'ces.E. carious or rotten, it will stop the progress of the caniJj !
. : I Nov 23d 15tf| TURBUTT R: BETTON: John Henry is full 5 feet 2} inches high, a beautiful) actionto the Subscriber, agent of the Protection insurance C. LED1 ARV. increase the quantity of the discharge, remove the Or S

i t WAREHOUSE ANP COMMISSION: BUSI-1 red sorrel, &c.-in his form and action may be seen a company, Hartford Connecticut. In every application Marianna, W. F. 2 April, 1834. (35.3w J fonsive smell, and easo the pain.It .., f
; T ELORIDAThe a perfect model of a race horse : his colts! from the the fair Cash value'of thc property must be cures the worst Felons or Whitlows! on an appliCation sI

subscribers, having associated themselvestogeth, most common Mares would do credit to any horse in stated, and satisfactory evidence, furnished of the cor DOCTOR J. EDWIN STEWART, of 48 hours.Rhelmat sr I

er under the stile and firm of FORD & HARDIN, America.. He is 8 years old this spring, & was Sirtd rectncss of the representation, and the good moral) RESPECTFULLY offers his professional services nn which have stood so long as to became .
purpose transacting a General WARE HOUSE aad by the celebrated old Muckle John, his dam by Galla- character of the applicant. The solvency thc ( ':lice Tallahassee and its vicinity as a systematic disorder, requires medicine to bet elun. i
COMMISSION Uiisincst nt Jpttlachicola. Having tin : for ft further knowledge of his pedigree,reference and: its fairness and punctuality may be confidently relied a practitioner of medicine. His office is on Jeffes son warily to remove them entirely. Bat in mot comma direcua! tC
made suitable arrangements with se'eral'esell for may be had to Col. R. H. Long his present owner.I on. E. B. PERKINS. st. next door to Mr. Perkins' drug store. case applying this Ointment externslY8!
the direct transportation of Cotton, &c. either to New have no hesitation in saying that that this Horse Tallahassee. Fe.. 22, 1831. 27tf Tallahassee, Nov 23d 1833- I5tfA it will give relief. And even people, wwi 4
York or New Orleans ; and having facilities at all possesses both speed and bottom. In all the public races WAND'S TONIC MIXTURE. I pains have been of longer standing it will LS3CthO
he ran, his order and are so well known pain.
management '
: times within their to make reasonable advances -
power Warranted
their and that. deem it unnecessary to mention the perticulars, a perfect and lasting I To sea captains and masters of vessels this ointmec.
: upon prodr.ce consigned to care: management fif the Fever
.! they would respectfully tender their services and solicit ; his race, however with Thaddeus and Ajax, was very cure wholesale and and Ague. For sale must be very valuable in winter on our coast it beiej ,
a liberal patronage in the above line of business respectable, distancing the field the second heat in 3m & retail, by FLETCHER ,' very its etfectson Chilblains orparuafwc :
I pledging their personal and individual attention to all 58s., without his plates; up to this race J. H. had never cola WESTCOTT, florida Druggist, Jppalachi- with frost likewise proere its qualities ia all climates
been shod or plated. After which he matched ..
race was ,
business consigned to them, either for sale or other- I
vie.t against Thaddeus, Two mile heats for f 500, to be run hereby appoint Mess. Fletcher and A large mass of testimony proving the value ortna
Their Ware Houses and Close Stores are undergoing over the Quincy course in April following, and received Westcott ind's Tonic my Mixture"agents for the sale of"Row. AERAIVTEDIi most excellent medicine will be shewn to thoSe W1 w
be one half forfeit ; on that day he could have run a in the Territory I wish further information on applicalioa to Df" e
a thorough repair, will large and commodious, I ,f Florida, Eastern of Alabama L I
respectable race against horse distance.In part of bis authorized .
tons to
situated in a desirable part of the town, and as exempt any any or any agents.The
p from the dangers of fire as any other house, of a a private trial before the day of his race, he runa Western t.ut of Georgia ; who are able to furnishthe above medicine sold by special appointed *
similar character on the Point. dash of t mile with a 110 pounds (in a heavy pairof said medicines to nil who may apply to them on the patentee and warranted genuine.
*: t WM. P. FORD, late of Augusta, Ga.) exercising shoes) in 1m. 53s. ; in a few days after as favourable terms as they can obtain from the proprietor E. D. rotKin DRgO'JJ.
I EDWD. J. HARDIN, (Apalachioola.) his return from duiney he run a dash of 4 miles with himself." Signed, ,/ Tallahassee. February 24th IrtSl. 21
110 pounds (a hot day, about the first of May, (two "JNO. R. RO\V AND." j, -
REFERENCES.-Stewart fy Fontaine, Smith 4- times in the stand), one in 7m 58s, the other 8m 2s. "Philadelphia' Oct. 24th 1833.: 21 tfDOCTOR'S FULL supply of Landreths' superior garden, DR. HUNTE i,
Evans Morgan, J.Co.S.WhiUitk Calhoun Greenwood Jtf. W. Perry, 4Co.. T. fy M. In the summer following he had a violent attack of the WILLIS & RANDOLPH have herb and flower seeds just received andwarrentcd yE1I: izr B''

Sf Co.-c.lumbus.. I blind staggers, which caused him to loose one of his in the of as fresh ; by E.B. PERKINS. the use of Dr. Hunter's inestimable FJ1. ?'
Kneeland- Jos. practice medicineand
Begart Hamilton
Pitkin. -New-York. & Son John R. eyes. In the fall he was again trained and let downin offer their professional services to the public. Of October 29th. | tf.ROWA1ND's By of either sex, if they carefully folk liiivery

E. W. Gregory, Bogart 4- \l1thom.-N. Orleans. a sweat. fice between the Planter's Hotel and ambert's. 2tDOCT'OR valuable plan, and copious Direction *tt8l"
St John fy Leavens, T. W.McCoy.-Mobile. Those who are desirous to raise fine horses woulddo panying them, are enabled effectually to era',,,*
A.l 17, 1833. Itf well to patronize him. JAMES J. PITTMAN. JOHN McLEMORE. CERTAIN DISEASE and to restore ls ..
Marianna, March 1st 1834. 29tf RESPECTFULLY inform his friends that he has I TONIC MIXTURE.A with ease, safety, and certainty in a few .. r

FLORIDA LJ2AD FOR SALE.TaE STORAGE! STORAGE! STORAGE duties of his profcssino. FULL supply of this valuable medicine is just ID"The .exte uive.saa ana unexampled"sucttthis D 1
I undersigned having purchased of General] Nov 3d 15tf received. I shall hereafter have it Medicine, in other cities s
addition to his old ware-house the constantly on 6xtrc'uzr-
? township of land in Florida,gran. IN 1\\TO'fltJE.-The. office of the "Commissioner of hand. towns throughout the Union, for the last c
i ted to him by the Congress of the United States, offei has recently erected a spacious build 1.. the city of Tallahassee," is at present kept in IT IS WARRANTED TO BE A SAFE AND EFFECTUAL i during which it was satisfactorily props the same for sale. '. ng 80 by 28 feet, for receivin :cotton and goods. the Treasurer's and Auditor's office in the Capitol.) REMEDY FOR FEVER AND AGUE, IF TAKEN AGREEABLETO way, incontei'ibly prove, that when Jtised with tiesl
This land is situated in the immediate neighbour TIMOTHY M'CARTY.St. 29tfj WILLIS ALLSTON Commissioner. THE DIRECTIONS. Reports having been circulatedthat JECTION POWDERS, it effects a tioroB/ia'I. ,
I hood of Tallahassee and is Marks, December 27th 1831. 19tf this mixture contains speedy of that dreadful disorder, dpnnn -.
: be'ieved for fertility of arsenic, I am directed by I cur
J4xa A. m mWwmtL< .
and local ad f) the Scourge .f the Human Race.a _
to that
soil vantages, to be more valuable than BROWN'S HOTEL. Proprietor say these reports are utterly false the caM i
Any other land in the territory. (COUNSELLOR AND ATTORNEY AT LAW,) -and 1 am also authorised to offer a Reward of J 0- .i The PILLS are accompanied, when S.wa
The Southwestern pan of the township adjoins the ON the Vest side of the Capitol Square, between ; practice in the Court ef Appeals ;-The 000, Dollars to any one who will prove the existenceof quires it, with the INJECTION POVVDE towwiw: J!
rlty of Tallahassee, from which point to the shipping Augustine and Pensacola Streets, Tallahassee WILL Courts of Leon, Gadsden, and Jackson the least particle of Arsenic, Mercury, Antimony, CERATE ; these constitute amost powerful. dl.1! ;
port of St. Marks a distance of about twenty miles, Florida. This establishment (to which the sub in the Territory ef Florida ; and in the Superior or any other poisinous ingredient in it. applicable to the various stages of this P telV; !
a rail road is M contemplation to be made, m a short scriber has removed) i is nowopen for the purpose of Ceurts of Thomas & Decatur counties, of the South In order to prevent imposition from counterfeits, no der. Frf!and plain dircton with and a P0PBbrjJ5si|'
time. public entertainment.Sept. circuit of the authorised explaining the vriol9 symptoms, me J
cnn judicial Stateof Georgia. Residence persons except agents will be furnished by
The navigation ot the St. Marks river has been ",- 7th 1833. 4tf THOMAS BROWN. Tallahassee. November 23d 1833. 15tf the Proprietor with the mixture to sell again. I am treatment, accompany each box. s that pTD !

Gently improved, to a point; within six miles of the mmW(1I.Q( 4TD m t a< ai1m sole agent for Middle Florida, and am assured by M. either sex may core theIln. powder..I
Pills the
Southeastern of the which will JOHN J ADAMS Rowand that ( a small lot (Price of the $1 a box; Injection J
part township afford except sold to Mr. Eccles,) ,!
navigation for a cheap and certain transportation of A.LARGE and cemplete assert- (ATTORNEY JIT LAW) not a single bottle has been or will be sent, er sold by and Cerate 50 cents fiom each.the)original Recipe! .in MS 11..
Drugs and Medicines,just received removed from him, to any person in Middle Florida \IET Prepared I
produce.This Quincy Appalachicela Bay. except to me : .
will be sold in parcels to suit those wish frem New York end Baltimore ,vale, wholesaleand HAS will regularly attend the Courts held at the If .traenie has been discovered in any mixture called .... late Dr. 'Y. T. CoNWAY, by his T. MjiW 'f, 1j j

ing to purchase on a credit from five to eight retail. Co-Titiy merchants andPractitionerssup. Bay, at Quincy and Marianna ; and the annual term\i Roipanfs,it must have been in some of the spurious- imi- cessor, and the Sole Proprietor, KID'D
at reasonable prices-those wishing to purchase will plied on the nv a orrr odatine! ternsErW of the Court of Appeals at Tallahassee. Letters ad f lotions. All persons therefore, who wish the genuine Chambers whom they may b. 99, next at door to J. KDD t R'3it

make application to either of the undersigned 6EIXAS, dressed to him, post paid, will bo attended to. Tonic Mixture-should be cautions of whom they purchase Store oyer of COQ and H&Dve.s t II
WILLIAM B. NUTTALL, Mny29 4 "'** Is O-r liaFlorida. _February 7th, 1834. (26tf] it: My label will be on every bottle sold by me: near Drag Concert corner Hall, Boston, and by his tl I

HECTOR W. BRADEN, ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. A CAHD.BAMLZIT E: B: PERKINS Sole Agent for Middle Florida. ment, (together with ail those as valuable! aJ rd I I

WILLIAM P. CRAIG. persons having demands against the late _Nov 23d istf. cmos, u pnpa-d by the late Dr. C.KW,) by

Taliahiise*, November 1833. 15tfICPThc ALL BROOKS, of Jefferson County deceased, V. SNBI& SURGERY, &c.-':'DSctor W. W. E. B. PERKINS, (No.6)

StvanMk Georgian, Charleston Mercury, are hereby required to present them without delay tothe ATTORNEY AT LAW, TALLAHASSEE, FLT :MEDICINE respectfully announces himself to JaQCGUT.
JbWtt Cuutituttontot, Southern Recorder, Milled evi3.tajeoreui :sublariberId all persons indebted to said estate, 1 Will' attend to business confided to him with industry the citizens of Tallahassee and its vicinity a practitioner Talahue Ap 1831. .
; lHcAin ftrf E nqidre,,' and Star, Raleigh are also required to cattle the same. I an:; punctuality. Dec. 21st 19tf in all branches of the medical profession.He that mone aregenuiAe wito1 t.W I II
fit C,t will publish the above! for czghtwcclt3 and forwArd HARRIS BURNEY, dclminbtrstor Refcrencei-BEN CHAIRES and JAS.P. WEST- has taken the office formerly occupied by Doctor nsVatwiflf T & s' th|

..' their reoBBtt to this office Ji c 7th; 1&31, [43tfJ 1 1I OTT Jr., Eqtiie.ww ,. AUcn, and more recently by Dr. Crag _29lf mapp r. ID

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