The Floridian

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The Floridian
Uniform Title:
Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee [Fla.]
Wm. Wilson
Creation Date:
January 10, 1835
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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T authorised to announce Col. : a.-
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*, ins. M. WHITE, as a Candidate tot Jl Summer Evening and night in Slf.'e.lrn.

I the Territory of. Florida, in the 24th THE I FLORIDLUt. : Evening now closed upon u*, utncrompati'rJ!

; of the United States. however with that dusk so neiing! ; and irr;rtefti
I W I're to announce Colonel JAMS? to the eye overpovvr-nl l.y :she Wmng Via: re of

'botJi' I authoritd candidate to rcpiosent the tcrf1orida the| 'ay.' Tbeco Mrast Ivtwen a vimr, -evening
;n the 'Hh Con rul of the) United "J in Sweden and Enghrd i is uffinriiiiysTikiij: ;. In

S J u;" 27'h J "13. 5'' ---- AISSEZ NOUS FAIRE. the latter the husv hunt of th** c)-'ntry gradunllysuhsuliujr
i ; _______
----1 -wat : _-7 -.- I the barking cf the villrge cur nitagied; !
the 11c1tli* It l1uth fri candidate d to represent the tcrriSi yntQ WatLClCDU'Q W Smm9 U l1U1.trr a D a -------.- with the noisy g'dnbols of the chilJrtu itpr.n the
,I foil, 34lh Conpre&s of the United ,-. -- ,- W'Uf.fQ 9 green, are borne by the pale tJi'O'l t-.e listcnil1fP'strant'r

C t f.DfiP July 27th 1833. 50lfttwaui. Plantation and JYcgreesfor Sale. UNEQUALLED i --S -" in the sweet notes of lwae .M.,! harm -
Lzt. flytitI the !rt'Y'cst of nir'? t "l'at- Hind an4-
i3.i1 Cotton ; i I" .
Lines I
.LI.' I .
The $
ed nnnouncc subscriber FRENCH Shirting '
being HOBBY closes he In the H .
willing c. ( scene. >rmer :J' : "s r hctaM
candi-late the :: ED r
. "i a PTT1LL as the a 24iV> Congress to represent the Uni- a.I to dispose of his estateon reasonable terms B Lines Cords, Cotton Lrailin SCMITwine: ? Lines, Superfine C..":toi ly quits iaj horizon at clr vei*)'cl,rc! his Iingeft, !
1 fFtorida,1fl offers for sale! his well -w: Con ;i inincv.for :/
known PLANTATION BaltimoreAanagerie
: even at midnight throw streak of
"tDtYI 1833 Stftl I bale hi'< I!un l.t at Manufacturers rays crj-tnn.
_ of twelve 1 P"il'C*, '
consisting hundred br
--- --- acres, more or less the heavenand l
CiJe5. Jan. : across impart
toge 31 I ls3; (si-'u-: flO.1..NVAN a fiery tinire to the s

het jIIIT.d.i canebrake ther with SIITT NEGEOES, more or less. Tne land is CIRCUS. I I ____ -. Ianc1ear.)., a dead sikaco r.'in- -.. anti cre5tio:1. -... .rl", I.j-l-'
nuinelit. in the Courts fMidFIrid3. hammock bottom, lying in level nnd 2'o Uollais leeward. the al of :
Lov I undivided p.S(< in 'enre ninM. Even in the small
if! L PRACTICE body the Chix la river
and the Court upon ( > seven miles i TOLE ('a id*: night of He'. I hamlet fCJttfr-d I 't'lron}b the
Ja. "I dl; County above Marlanui six hundred acres of which THIS splendid tabishment! is worthy of p.irti- 2. th) from the rcsidciKoof thinly immense lore -

,.. .t& OfFICE, Tallahassee.i the highest Hate cultivation it is free and arc easily under -- attention to the learned alltl l cm ions. i I -! :the subs.-rib, n-\ir TalJ.ihnssie: formri .l. nl a very early hour of evening no traces of &I -
;-tals. ; The proprietors most inform i -iy ('cupiel by \l aj. A'hi--a i lai C'f' .(\', '!her-B'd inhabitants! The
S5 [ f.] tillalJc, and veil suited to the growth of respectfully the cili-t j and appear ploughman's! whistle, J
f: I
H!, sugarcaneand zens of Tallahassee! and its vi-'iniiy! in H'-d-Clotlip.and l several articles \\'(,'lri'lg Appnrcl. I the of
cotton. The i improvements are complete, consisting ceucral, that I Trii Dollars ill lowing ihe herds, and} tie! deep tone of the
A. BERTHELOT" i of their Company will arrive at ln.s! place on : le given for: the c1d( -linn of tlir evening curfew encha :
n buildings Saturday described
rnnre two hundred so utility
and fifteen 'I I hief, and Ton } I hy our j
the 17th ifS )lbrs for
\i- AND ATTORNEY AT LAW,) I''foel in length, intended and well suited to the manu- day The( January 1835, and "remain"for a few ler!}. T.:' reroverv of the pnw hard [fGrn. in his exquisite arid well known Etcgy -
MC5SELLOR : days only. proprietors feel P. II A LOCK. I
Court of The facture of svgar, t<> v it:-A grinding mill grent: confidence in l Oar. in a Country, !
J-tTLnractiecin the 1 Appeals ;- or rooma saving that they have the most extensive 9C. li. 131. 2l-w I Chnrch-yar are unheard ; and
het tl'iupcrior'' Courts of Leon, Gadsden, find J nrl(- boiling rotn, funhcd with '\vo sets of kettles-a ion of Wild Annuals and riinicecolled -_ not a sound. strike upon t linear, except perchance ) .
s sand ever exhibited in this
fc.he' Territory of Florida ; and in the Superior cooling all rnoiti or ) ery, of brick! and a distillery. try. Theyjhavespaircd no pains nor in coun EXECUTIVE OFFICE, the distant tone of the lute, IJown by some Swe
the fitting
"ft. .1 lr{ Tl-ora-tsic Decatur counties, of tile South screw IH, of the best b
.or.'any. r rtdjrialcircuit loftlieSlatcofdeorgia. Residence srri&t jnill! of ,s' ructurc and worked, for he cotton horse crop-a shall be conducted in a respectable and orderly To tie Marshal nf the/ .Middle Dlttrict of Flori TIu .hipt'rin! bree/e, crePT ing thnnurh the
-nr '
I'") .lotstt. \tvcIulwr23d' 1S33-: .i-'tf by power- ncr, and every exertion uacd to render it da, and to nil 'Officers dark fret, sfgh in !
.../J : rCcjrro IiousesrAt -amed, with brick chimneys and wo: thy of Ciril till )Tiliktry, pin'ioly accentssweet :

- oiiWi. ADAMS plank floors-yv' .' houFc, kitchen, stables, &.c. of public patronage. within the Territory of Flori'la. as the 'Eoiinn lyre, and fills the mind with the soft.rst I

the host and niov-. > uient design and! frame. The The Jtianngcrie consists of the frfloicimg .1I.I1S. l\ TIIEItEAS, \VILSO-J I LU n't\ IX, Governor emotionwhile\ the rye, darting "InMween the

(.iTTOR.\.El" jr Ljir.) plantation is sir "t ? J h a good supply of large and The Male ELEPHANT TIMOUU, from i V of the State of Georgia, Ins represented! '. till straight: trunks risinjr ii: quick succession con

cton 'mot-frf from Clnincy to Appalacliirola: Bay. valuable mulesrJ <'owsc.. in good condition. Africa. The performance fif (1jis animal me that Dennis Adams. lately of said ral", !las IN'" jure.* up a mid I the surrounding ,1,, *"? f.UlJlb 4

Ill'February He "iil rcglllnlr i: attend: the Courts held nt the Xost:' of the N'i U1 : 'able bodied men. It is not n.ot be ( r-vl can- charged! by the Grand lury of t'lat' ?lIf'. with \- I tir'is of fancy. Tl.u.. fi,! -short! tml'! evt- I.cU4 : '
I '! ata1ul)')p and M.xrianna : and tl-ie annual terra intruded! to CX1't li?h. ii advantages of this or to surpns-t, ing cirnmuted an a<;niilt n" Jnmt"! I P. Tlionawith sive hour, elides! silcnllv! on t undisturbed and tincnjoVfil '

' &:'eCoujLd Appeals at '-\laliasse! Letters ad- disp.imge the claims i of other estates, in suggesting The Muie CALL; trom Smyrna,-the inlcnttn Jill ; and that the: li,1! A ditn-! l J.i:,g .. f _ttive "by man. who? wrapt i in Sleep thinks only! ofpr'enanriir
tl !
willN s&tdtoI1in\.llost[ :; paid, will bo attended to. that there is not in Florida, a plantation of better position Jarppfitcver in America. from justice, is now within the Pciirs! of.Td fFers-);! !f himself the toils!: of the coming day. 1

"->' l3S IGf __ quality and improvements than the above. I The Asiatic LION PIZARRO-thc Inr- County in said Tcn'itorv of ri ii.a! : i 'o-.v l b. r : I.,
; At one ('d )ck the nnimnl crrntion retttrus to !ie! ,,
known that I JOHN !
will dispose of the above described ircst ever exhibited in this: U. RAT'Governor of f Florida
A CABO.HAMLIN"V. property to any country. At 2 o'clock each ;I
ami the of various birds LaprI3achf
sinjoriniT the
* individual, or should it be desired] I would sell the day, the keeper will enter with the Lion d w.mton ('n hereby, and by these pr"vnfs; rt-fjtiire; a'i'J! 1 annoutice. !
SSTELL i land I and command you"and all oflcers Ci\il i i I and t of irtorn. A separately, and make it to the purcha : 1 ?}.arin.. ISAAC FORT. A female LEOPARD witliin; said Territory, to arrest and i'-tiin him withOUt J 'diuu! : th*" !i'vtnS. anal hart:1frer.'ard.l the fiery
j jW. :
s rr1r:.\E1 .iT ..l1r, .U'.lI..IC1J'O.I'l.! Fh. Perriv.ber 20.( -19-1 w beautiful animals of the -one of the most !nil or ma/iprise, within RO'OO comrpon .1il ; or orb (of tl lu' sun sho.ifs! aloft!! nnd irihls! t the ining-! I

'-. ." u'tcnd to .IMIMIKSS confided '.o him with 'l1cJl1&-1 ;w--"Thc Augusta! Chronicle will publish th<* above cat Species,-now I 11 I years else hand him over to the mil majority ili. State I 'lod !iin-Nrap:! "' of m-urit .:: Like nnd f.'srt-st whlirtiie

,,' .J' ,..iii'm -'v. H'c.'lln 1 fIU'd.:5, and forward his account to this office for o'd.A full TIGER. of Georgia; and you arc c-.innini.eil. "n ui:<:inj sii: ,! I ro'Iitp; Twists of n'p'ht? 81.vy!. retreit :il hisprcniT. : I'I'I
= rEC1IAhItESandLS. D. \VEST1 grown spotted I It
arrest, to pt.c him in the cu t \\v t.f S.rntin! B2"wr
i 'R" l rmf" : Thus durtrir 1 th' fi 1. : i __ __ A Male Kangaroo frem Yew I, t I conimissi-ined .
I I" : Holland pgrnt, duly : !!1"r?!1 y the ( >v-
tlif! r.f! t'-f
f. :
------ ciiun, sun! Iiiglicr
.. --- NOT-ICg of the crnor of the State of Genres: ." '
one most Singular tnimals: c\or xliiliiu-rl. : '; i ihi? r.; !, :be jvu'authniitv -
iH24p A LL person's hiving claims against the Estate of The stripe or untamable HYENA from and warrcnt fir so
SI '. /m ::IMPSOV WILSON. late of Gad. dcii County, Ethiopia.; {jaH: Pcnnis Adams i is abmit! lWCJ'Hy far year of djrl.uess! i is lud.tviwn. To d!.,' iinco.'i :snir day con

/ nrf hrrc'jy notified i to present them, proper! authcntir.tli'd A Hhck BEAR aj:c, ftf down cast appear.i., fi- O'uxt.t' xi'-ii :, -il orit t tiriurd ni; rit! Ii, 7-rvcr '"nn <.!C'P'T,!S. ti-c!! extreme t

.3 to the Mibsmljrr, wilhout delay--: n!!l'uvfd I by l.t! i'' cold, a nil i in tIle lh.i j,

indebted! to said Estate are requested] to make payment The North American PANTHER. J' inches hi i: Ji.'U1 I scJiCi of the! nieriifpn: :-n.! !*ie nmon, dicing 2 of ''i

23 i SX f?> i lI'lti.\tch'. Al. HG nETVILROr, Extrx. The Nine Handed A1531ADILLA.The .+', +,44. n i. ,-.. I'Y,p' ..- ,...I.. ..,n.1. -.'i.'" .'..,_"1 '.r ". .._ ''I h. T qunrffrs n.-(.-; !hi.-,! ; > tlW, I heavens never set- '

. r; LE'TI WILSON! Ex..r.Co BADGER fron: lilinoise-one of the + OlfiroatTitrCa.; i !i, l.>.; lbldu-.t* JetH'r'H ', "
:can I --Q.uiii"--- ._fh.t"illr.n -,-F>cc. 0 1)7SiNo'ricE. most playful animiN of Lie ki'HI'r exhibited? nary, l, .1.:. "*" .. i i JJ.l. .' V 1*
H"rO!: .
ijJi.I1HI.; ,. '- :- The black W'OLF-Th\ CATAMU.VD By the. Governor, t .>, 'J' ri..; 1 l B"e:1!;:*, rtisliipg! thrnn h i t'ie! firmnnient, light up

IX wrr|;
"tie'\ TES RACES S Court of Jcfferwin county, for Letters of Ao'minisUMtiun The EMEW, fro'rr New .South Wales, only :tn. 3 rt-u' f ttv-ois: t flr; tif! lf><. i.f; the! dav-[bir Ar
.t : the suite of THOMA-S COCKSET late of t Iliur de C.ijH! flroo-s -' v's Sweden\ fcc.
IIU ( -- -- ]
I I 2' ,
nine months old, 1111 1 early ic\e.i l--et: li.g.! '. f fIr
cor.Hire I i.;. M I -r>,:," :.' i coins oT! OM said county, deceaFOtl.Dec. n.- (-n'2 rt 'r\ _f1. :.

t OV7J ;" sJ.'y; ;'L'' -* ;. (if .1.1 1I1I'Y" ; L.xt, ami (,11.J"II .- 15; 1SJ1.: rJl.G\\. ; FETXMI COOKSEY. .A large \\hitc .StfAN-one of the mot\ : : : I in ui-I I ['0".. ,,-....:.:.'.C a; .1.'I.,: .. C";'fr'-'T ; ll.wir.-t.--F>-r frw; the rnftcr a
R',1'1'4" P
.!::1j. '. -- -- -- -- --- beautiful !birds, of the \III1rfd: l ''1"C. : 1533.I I c!l' s1 r iJiiirr of one: in,'. tl.lck! ; : (.':'"ne,) iioard: ,

I'rr-. i. .\ ; :.II--2 m!!<' 1if'a--$ -20 ('trance. JAMES M. SCOTT, _1.nuagreat\titii't. of APES, .'1 IONi17.Y.BllBOti.NS ."., ', ::."i 11-1! .i.I\. : ')-. I...."... ILI ,.r"- antI t'if} :n'il>* n ': lw'nt t'f Ir>:!j'd,'>!nsfr of Par-

: :.v ''''''Iflai: !:: tl ,. .ITTOR.VEY .rr LAW. &c. UU1'Jad!. and |IsiI, |I I I .- ut, .;1. .:'. II.\m L ''.d I I'f! i iO'in tn": rub jt n qattv; of sharp! Sand.! (or
if I --r,;ilf jF--; ; $;JJ do. l hwted himself Mouticollo JeflVrson An.-! Tlio: <. J. -,, .' what isH'f{ tI lt| '
v. 'iyl..0 1f'r.VTG I v.-ill th -ir -.v. J : .1;" ,\rm r s f .f lui-j-gs: :>f conri-o,) and} let
- a , :at't1--: r. 1"i race, S 200 tio.f Il Cnun'y, Florida' tenders his piTifc5.un.-.I: sor- poney, go lh.Hljhjila peifurunreach <> .i r.. i'.i-r.y, c..;. :A., ..... .. .'-.. ..'.t':., i .." I I I ii hrw I tro'yvirodsrr.'u'.Mi! ; v.'hrn! prrPctlv dry nivc a"

rn-iri-torVd: jotifnlci.1! that nrach rpuvt may \'fl'es to the Citizens of the Territory !l"nCI'.lIr. lIe d:1\ !B'--\ I..mJ.; 2, \1:(: ;'. !M. :. :' 1 j c )tt.f pnitit. ?.Iy or.inio-t; : \\t I lh.! I thfs! mode of

". ',' .,-.1:, .,.. ,No 1'I1:1S i w di I ''j: '.p rcd 10.h"'.o thiujrs I will pracf'c; in the Courts of the Counties of Leon, The abnvo Ar.iovih: will i n- e-iijiited! ] rro !I'.Ir. f1rd I i Il'k'T:: John I ,.,k'-ai ., !.....[ I I'I c\"rr.I! hn;:.;? : is jirt-f-nMe l t li) r.i! cthcr.s for
\ ':',i''. :" i i' -v* ry cx'rnsivo! preparatior.s; are viai J .1cffrsol ?nd G:1t15den, ftll thc Courts I Tilo'1asnd : then the Perform! n'-*' of th- r,Mebri'-d j>;it-i-riai.; : < t I1IW.M! 1i't '_ J'f'l I ': '
i, i '-j-:! 'd.itc :lD.: -{ \1.> ni..y favour/us with :! LownoSj Genr ii. lie n' tcniicrs his services. I with their usual .i nl! unusual i'nno! >!S'litic! ,1.tI their// I. ovl, lienvyI :u .i "". JI' ii : .I 'P.1Jnl'' !-t, glriLhv; ;! :. and i: r-rrloctly! secure from

;; -.17. !I to jv-rsoiri in central- I, ns a collector I aivl I |.'eil-ics I heelsaii'lnith. I th, ir pi cir; sp c'n,it of rl:" i puiii:;.., win ? --'f..i-l! 'Hi 1 .s.M.: \ ih.r, IV.I I I I I Sire.-Tiv. therxr'Tri.rn'_: .__ fNat !utc!.)

"' ., -" ('f; ", '. ;'.". Ci! ; < viM be pcv<, J 3)y tiif 1..! ch; as tq jiuiciuality atU'tition. .OJice u '11m-I !nhe a bold k m.t nllin1'1'-: d lisi.ur; :! ; (.f-licir: -'ij;,' ri..ri.! IJ''.inli, Wilriam 15.Bncnt ..J" ', ;.11-y J. I! (.r.-r.--T. \ I I0t

\. oil V: i:I k* I'--s' At! cir.:5rs 1" ',c' .''.iti' % ll. tinrv'vl'i'clocli :.ird10.Dcr.. I iie: to the ciiizcu; .!f ih* pUct-uTl it! vifj-iity. riirw llitchard ",o it. ; t\ .t I' : t.1Uifl\I. TO'i-Jtst a5?

l, : '! P.1. f '" tl:1 ;? ".' j'"f>viivi toi I ((1 1-tf: ) Cqn .tri.\I\s arc j.eit-elc-1 fro'n lli : comj,atiks! 'I B--o-.Ii'! ', \\.'l1. r ;" ;.,1.r I..:.. t.1:03 11. ;. Hnc-.vtII! ha'! Hcconiplishod! I.H improvemnl -

i I. 'ajinr" J A S J. PITT. A X. Sc. v. -' travcllinr.MR. : nII'I'I Bryant, AbirailCallnvJcr : ;;.,.,.!}:. B-n I I,I" fr I.1-lt!.,);"!,._o vrnflatinjr! and at the ?arr.rtimn
, ) oil l n..I. -* ;1. pqJ.'j j i iJW.'OJ'dTLVG IHi--A. PISR OK & (jOe tAIic.N. \1un '. I.t\IOTT, : .rll' 3. L. i'l.l4)rc.'. '," .'IItH. I I !Lorphs thn rain: from vaults 1iT r. ParKorronio

-- -------- --- ---I t t CAT.ROL, I ?.I: ':\t"CLOt'l' Caii.'m.: A. \ll'. e p.irrs f'rvrd with his
1Cica- } j I Jonvso Carter: ',11'. I plan for making arlrtciril :-
LIQUID :;, GII."A"-:? O sf v, A!.-:;andcrClll
I1r 1''iiJlJz ,! I Icy Ii. ?. I It "Riding 'Vaster Mr.: Pooj, ,:,,;:. :1.E. 2, ;,1:::;. II ?tf 1f"-!?v combining! the two, rooms mavho
BXtl.VJnDiDrK t II
'.. 11 I (Late frnr.i the TJ-iston Ct' ) Co'ib' fttamvJ I;. Z, ::Hnid i :, Efiiiei! mad n* ti-jht; ar.d dry'as if ,fhpy were cn't; .

Sn :/.11,.VO1 ro;. J'UIGLVU.UIVSRKXOVATING j I CImv.i, MV.rlin r. I Cu'.o, Afary Ann: 'I"M3-ri-'l--} .r'_.-t: t.(tI"a. I i o ut of'a s-ili'J ro-k. I5v. ions f- thosem I \ -

-, -- haspcrfi rnv.l in all the piii :",p'Cit! t. s in A-j Collin. P.'iirijj; SHlfti1; ; 3 I

..tearlv \.'_ 1 N..9-, -.1_l. f1 JI"i\-Q.II t"1I'I2. .1. I m'sri .i wii'u uni\.... -'p:,lme. J C.1in.1hnry: OW"'h Ss.p-i; f:: ;nrov.Mi.rnts, rorr.forliblo: rooms imy hn made '
The ..( t'ie Cirrus ; I Crn1:! ,' Lu'.vi; ,' Hla! our S1.O vnfl-!!;=;: F'iffl.u'ntlhgt for
r.: ..Cf' ".;\ LlCtUin for JilcrchantTAi.i.A.HAS Tnilo.c performii'i' .ril! rommenccvvit'i! [ : PC ik.Pats. J. .a : t _or*
!1.I i- 'inSnc! vaulting !' :the ,}i..lp. (: Til P'r" din-.ry cmf ,
I 1 1 I-;!,.!* <.ro! !j-, F;. ,' -, Tr, niiJ Giva-c y iipa: rhorsemanhip :< M I prp'cr G'I"n \ streets bccorruj.
J hy D tOiI.1 A dum pj'r1lI. A. t :
I I, $; L'!: !1 -:1'j' ( !!. \ Satins Cjo'.J. I li''I 'I"I-, OH'r. FU .tiTi11; r'lrmitoriicrllll '
;, 1 The daring 1 !". !'>n'.anI vho v.-iii i ."> thipiiti; his Davis, Col. V/m. \\ I'c't'-. Ft.t .; !! ; \\'Ir ,' __ _:_
: ', I' : :, : ;h j.ij1 iuju! in2 il1thtd kt I I ;4. :
en j I >r.r., 41 LonitA. n:t tnnishing and plea:iug pjrf..rmaux his horse at Dickinson, .'omI I ...j ::. the ofliccof
I i i-.i St$ brr.ay be at
u pfcnibor
: !1' 4.r ; \ 'Mtr.T. :
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ruB speed. }.>r.-v, J !It, fcC. W. n. )" L ", .- ".. ..:1 ,
; l'1. r.i.1 vsJ: di> "1./'mi'rJ is of- : .he AneicT.u I nstitilt 1\o. Jl Courl.lnd
miin -rorory iotvJ..r l Will-! P.. ;,"V/.. I !. t :
H i iI < l |j. -f. !k ti! ? "'oh! LlibeIt ::1 lt>?o:.t V.:' Ground and Lofty Tumbling,
> ieri" ; .n.l c'-i.r.rrrof !Mr. nod-\\'cll'
D.jrslt <:.. Fl. Ptt-.vlf!, 3JP=:. Vi-s'rt! i tr.'(t. : :-'i n |> ;
: :, ,:;I\' fo'J\'in: md :j'.e Sc-'urc-r's if r '' I'n.wd ; vatrlf !ii h's. vVc ot-i? hcnr of thc bbnr snvitiz -
finH n S WiI:1: vil!! ecurc a l y Sir., .
.-I-: it" '.. hj-c -!. from I- Il .- :'I!, .1. 'V. 1'-i. '., f.:'Z'.! (4. I i; -t{!ii': called a lot -
( cntj-ivf* f-ir twelve I11 TIt in IIiPI'I! < -r-imn.-ISurinr, !Iii. nerfuniiirs"iic : I'I"!'. r, M.E: ;/1.-ib'vtli )''",',10'I'! .' '.1'.... .T. .l'" itnpr.jvrmr.nt3 .
;rIa ,' ,'. ', 1: i ;- !ik.iji
:art 1nd i' .11... i, i1'l"d''U) ; : Iic :. jrrs of ;ren o, I 11I h nrse at full njwt.LHi : K.ii.iy, Mrs. EiizaG rtav.'l. JolinIIsy I .1, cnt'r ;>-iri i of -'tr ri'y* u !r' re* I I. ts so valna-t
ij: : ; ;< :uf ftju ihu fll: Tic i sHf the ,' emaliIIii.! l hy .lr. Joitvsnx, : I
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n.O'bs > ,
.t" way, : : r, "p" : : /
*I" '' V ': ," ]J.,1Hl'i'n;. If'< wax Jiji'in Coal collnis j I, The cfle \.1t'Ipl'd\ .lrmcr on two( hoNes, Lite! from ; ; ..f:, '..Yilltaintt : .\1. lb.I'H; ::p r"Jar:1 C' 1 _' r
t r I I L .' dtt4 !t'ef, '<* 1 :.111..11. 11 j ib .- 1 II I II the New Yo.-k Cir .. I -
ijo jwck< : ;\< "
T Cli'trzzirTt
',,. I I I JWe (.. ''0." ( J --'':10,1.. i: .1"" I, t'.';: !icst cm mm jl'e are certain I.i-
, l .', !it ,5. ,,(-tk:4dLJri4. 't'n.| m,3h. of uyu ee'is' Ill"! i .- derail ir ';":.-;(:tJI". .'.!\.\- I.r dit-s, (.:'.:M II.IM:! '!h :.M.vlrn fl"''n beinirflmb."it5 -

i '":4':11, :.:tJ i 1 ticntlc!.i'!: .nt !.'!h'. a'H eav t imruruinuie t. "ot"Il", -. !! I) I H E C T i O X S. cc--!1.I .C 'Cl I'1 in !ir.-o \\ ill 1 ehi. u-:;*; rarjEvruin Green,- \ViM5am TI.Hail .I f gr.w, .Iorj D. I !i i arc rclourw.cZ! irises, and tvhiii.lcil. :

\r, : "CJJ.J phial, an-l all j I The '1rs. A\\hey l 1:1..1.: : ", t\' ,,. .1. '
Height indispensable.
::11'"rsri nf'.: .-rik; <*U''t h re it at the Comic S"oifi-5 I .t I 1. ,,tike a Minn ('v.r1iiit'r Ivif: l.[??y. They
yarnprif ( "
\ the
10 *- 1. Round the ehct und.-r By ')7r)1. talc M.vLtntia Sa !:.'r,
t ,
.iI 'j' .11' 'If I 1r: l.r-uilc.1: in it !I acquit: tt'IIl.In') p'M'Inps 5f t 1:1":' T.i4 ?'1fltS (':
u ing '' .
,IIc. npj up n ; There will be ":it s fit-1 I : iM/K-v.i-,1 plin: I
.. I 2. 1)o.Vaist.. > np on a ) Hall, J. B. ; it"J"I', r. '\ lot .
: : :1/,1! !!', ? d"' :It, Silk*. if- liL-c tp j'r.rbut I in "o uti r"nci"fis a ,.*:; nscleirly *
; -n -r ii j f or the aceomni'Hl.t'ioii of L I.i; mid! (! : prove I
-.IM ,
( S
t .'.. : 3. From La-k-scain to elbow and knuckle! join:. Ila.t. J. L. S;-Xr.'II, 11. H.Riierinu .I I
i ;.iv! ndx-r i e'1 itt our days, w'utli I I :h. v 'o :v>t find t!?ir p'sawc in it. T. it
hy which will acromniodatc from live to tix !'JvJ '- > :c
4. Round thc lhirh.f | I liarfa-d I Lieu: : : ClMrlasSif : E.V.m.Ierf .
',-:1' ;
? o t. i : m".t invirialilc; Jacc nioler j I' ;E. count of nvnt f 1 th.-vshojiM 1 : run two ,high I ifcyalmv :
11)d .
]. From he hip-joint the ancle.By ons.The 1 1.' !L'n. Gh s. Rvi.! I
7.1Wl't .*> it aM'uiv the prcparaiivc Baltimore Ruid! "f ,J"sicil!1 iii< thenr;rlvfs to be uiijA-ns.! in -
iManasoric proportion
t1).c 'i' at' "niM'T the hbo\c scale of mnsarcmcnt. entl men at a pfimpiny; llaxxkins. Jamis --':th, J i'crj ij.F.
,'''' Ona! Inile t'nuva1trlull lean } ;>s ho'' irou and II! distance may l Ic cn.i'ed! t-t fjrw.inl! their measures, and Ci..u'nlHI pcrPrni a V..Hi. ty ofWaltz's I IT.iyalip, 'Grc'ii IT. rjr .LltJ, C.I'MC .f ns i!uy are r. cl':::!, not n\;n.-fid'Ting that it i iy

I'I.U.' iv vvntitir : \llt'f, accord :o the which will cveT rrt .i ih p-. -1 "' mention.! Scotch air, 1)iie. aivlics ovcrturt.kc.. llinson t ) IIad:>y T.! .::!}. Jolm: \L .':nn't tiI"! -vo-xt s.ort: of domostic immorality toSPOllTi
Oil 4)) fijvase (f a iy. kind Music selected from th! ( l 1..' 1.11"1.,1'! ,..,a ,
' ; st I
'. H.'M.
"ratted fr *}1n 1 I ,_I- .JL.AI ITnW.y! 1 Jos. i !.1'':is, S. .n.. I IC di3.1r.e Ct&h'.
, -in hI: d-hratc; ru 1 ned car- Doors will be OIKhud Hotu oVlo-kP. ?\1. ,
: ; Ii 1'1,1 i
I f iea! I L.'nvis P. TI'ma!}
a.'h"U; iy -
r.u "\ m idinTtn! tiic! U"I the .:'ilslc ir: :-rtiuns ofikin: will them up.1 .- I I I N EV GOODS each day. Evening performance toc.itiiin-'n'.c .it early n-vjon,"Thomas I:. Uni! .,.,-!.' ..\'':."..". ..r' tny !I _.'iiJ AXKCDOTES.L.II.VG -
at once l caudle liaht.ICj !
v; AND Ivy, I'fnjrnin! lTi-r. DI''t I I
-'wrv i 1- .1 1'1111"lf. :::lk: \vi hout from the fi.ic; Cloth 4 1lJ1lJ 7J fJ J. 3J l1 11 Q NJ A. iittiuce $: !,no--Children! under II years J3'.%\;:.-- C. J).| C. I A WAO n\\ Ir.r.-\t Brighton, in
injtuin" in the) least of half price. Otlo'nM1795.! Sir John Lti'Io for a trifling
age J"n Mr. Yalkcr. At! '
'ororu-x'tire. A. PI Cn.SO\ & Co. woiUd respectfully in- ? 11 !e
: IN N. Ii. f-r .1 full description of nni'inI.11:1 Rfpi ;- .lOIIN.PilI1cma3! WThrlGc'rc! T. I \vaj-pr. nndcrtoo! to carry: Lord Cholmnndeler
!? and the .
:1'.n -'in'lv tif the al" ve valuable a'liclc _. f>rm their customers publick gene- .
,.nd ".lid 1m; l 1..v re- ""II\*, tint tlicy arc now opening their new Stock of trians aces Performance liiroujrh the Cil" 'C. lar,c bills posted in prir.ciil Kemp, fJ< o.\r": ','". \1'' ;:", ';':I.H'11 on ht I back t from opposite[ to ills Pavilion,
j' } Ke'iisyi Vv'riira'ii
\Vitd. Stm1
: I
p5 i. ; F. B. PERKINS, A {t ALL & WINTER GOODS, Good order during :ht' pcformamf.Fm Kindrirk,, John I I Williiftis, .T:1:1"8 I I lwi:'( round the teyne. Several I Jetties at-
r-P. f-"rlt.
10 0 h__OJ_ _1_' ,.L 1.A "__h____(ifll._ just received;: Com New York, consisting ofa splendid ) iking :prohibited( Her, R. l l'P'!:;", J"ll. t t Icrtdo:! a Vpectators of this extraordinary feat
: .: Y. YJJ lr.U'Dt.Y 1 ':iSIrTflIit Cloths, Cassimeics and Vesting Pn-vi'i'is: n;.CMfcheirar.-iinl* this 't'hce, they will ecilnttd Leiic, Jo'mLaPatte :) \iiSOI: ; 1'u: o1 C'. r of the dwarf carrying the gnnt.: When lts:

:It. I L \ItG E and} of a great v.iiiety selected from late tmporta- h : a' .T\':1m:1 on tc! 7th! --it \11'li.trw1n Count I I:1::!')11Yn>. c. I i I l IorJ.hip: declared himself ready, Sir John d.iirod -
complete nssor fasliionaMc! order. LLkcwise (.n the: ;1 Jh! ad: ) tinin.-y: n tho I HHi! if Januarj', I 1935.De'eoh'r1. Linn, Mrs. Eliza \Viclicad: JoinVouuj
" tins of the most a I "
II '"".If X W 'P'r.h" r'-M'taiid% :""kIr-ii JiCS! ua rite general n rtment Faucy Articles for Gcntlf-mciTs (t'21hi1'I)) LinnJ., J. C. of C. ,:: \\'jil.iicl', JOII1.: j r .. him to strip. "Strip, exclaimed the

..t, \w (11"t1..'" H.tltinl..rcfor :wholesale drc&<, vir. :-.Stocks of every description, Gloves, Sale L-xkerman, IXi\ii! HIi>=? Catlicrire i! 'otUer! : ";vhy surely you proposed to carry min j

',3e Country ;] "'iant; a -J >ra-iiii'jncrssu,'- Suspcnd-jrs, Pongee Ilhdfs., Fronls and Collars fine For In/ /Indian. Loftin, 'Ii-". An's ((110 'otters)-21-"w m>* clothes." "By no moans," replied the

. IJ rUtJ.t C Ul11ljNJati1 t Pl;. I Liiu-u Shirts, Hosiery, &.c.-Sjjlcndiij Soil, Fur, and THE PLATTER' HOTEL( tbrincrly( occupi.--! | Persons calling: I lor the above Letters \vii! pkssc'yjidycnjseJ. j Baronet ; "I engaged to carry you, but not an

f f-n\v. S1JXAS, Ch'.h Caps, fine Silk, Plush, and Beaver Hats of the Tht.mas, EMJ. and at pre"fiit !II,vMr. I I. G. SEA ItCr. P. M !
; r 1..1.'.-.:',''.., "r..n.n;: r.1rJ". :I. la*.test fish ion.A Kidder Ioorc, we'l l known as one <>f ihe b >t inch of.cloths ; so therefore my Lord, make
--N- ci'j..llJ E -- I g. nlral assortment of ready-made Clothing made situations for a Public HIl1"'c now in TaInha.s! FEMALE: : SCHOOL. I, ready, and let liS not disappoint tho ladies."

f :'.'t TJ that I '.itlI npj'Iy: to the Judge of iip by the subscribers, in the most faithful and fashjdnable will be offl-rcd at Public Sale on the premise on THE next term of i ihe! S.'Ii'oliu charge of the stib- Alter much laughable altercation if vraa at ,
Monday the 12th January Irttj, at 1 1'J o'clock. The will its duties the first Tue
d' '. conristing Overcoats Frok. Dress resume on <- i[
(Iur of Hamilton! Cotmtiix len lh .dcriJed that Sir John had
'. Letter of f Ad ;nistraiin the Coats led Coatees, fine Cloth and Goat's hair Camlet House is in good order with every necessary convenience day in Janinry. It is *troigy! advised: that pupils be I won his. tva- .
t 1'' ,TAM lTNniuivj3n, :hi.-1 i 01 t said on Counlp Cloaks and Wrappers, Pantaloons and Vcstsof almost attached to it, a paiticular: description ofthe en'oreil( at the caNi1cic'n'nt nf tie: sessi'ri. I gcr, tho peer having declined to exhdwfhfs

1, ',t- tl CUi d of Da.-* mhc183t. every description, among which are rich figured and property i is deemed unnecessajy as it is presumed U is expected that the! Tuition fees of the last term t twill puns mturalibus.
iy Double-breasted Vclrct and fine black! Cloth) and any disposed to purchase a property so rapidly increasing be paid before the commencement of the nezr. I '

. : I' .:;-i, [ to._cjcc JJ\S..DU' f CA-. Cassirncre, Vulentia and white Marseilles Vests &.c. in value, will examine ft and judge for J. [1. mDec. 'G.2Q.if 1 A COURTSHIP IN IuNs.-A certain Mr.*

J Foe Marino and Lamb's Wool Nell-Shirts and Drawers themselves. 27 I Parr, being smitten with the charms ofa
r'\: ccr-
. i'OR'S Terms of Sale-One Ihi'nh the balance
NOTICE. on a
. .,tI I%- :.... ', ld excellent-fine article Nctt Silk for: invalMs.and Doc-skin Undcr-Vcsts, an credit of one and two year*, with Interes' fiom tlic NOTICE.fFOP I t'i il Miss Ann Marr, a provincial% belle, 'whom ;

'. ,' ji Mondaytlic 26th day of Januai'i'l.r suitable day of sale. R. J. HACKLEY, An.Tallahaxsc :. 'lD all persons payin any Note or Account }: he met at Harrow-gate, was exceedingly -
: ; out-cry, on the premise*, tho A quantity of course Clothing for Negroes, Dec. G [IT-:f] ...ncs Wcscott.. of the Etatc of Anthony I contrive how perplexed
: : and assortment of Irdia Rubber Surtouls Pea- j to ho should his
; : an ,
.ASO, couislin; of the East hilfctinn : open
N. B.-50 Shares Central Bank Stock for sale byR. LHml- 'JOHN LAMBERT, Admor. t
., .I' <" .-: E, uud the west half: of Jackets and Trowscrs, warranted very durable and J. H. D27 20-tf I hrart to her. At length he met her, and it was
r' .., i", S. and E. perfectly water-proof, are offered for sale by the sub-
tip one, run 50 one, (or ihe last time that season, at a public breakfast -
n't of DAVIS FLOTP, decease:!, and I scribers onvciy low te 1'111 S. A deduction of 10 per lly the President of the United Stales. 'ihzc Hundred Dollars Reward and in the dread of her
losing l forever ho
: will be made for all orders with ,
iff the Court of Leon rent accompanied .
County I Ac' of -
the Congress I
4 WHEREAS by approved JILL be given for the delivery to me I in resolved even there to make
.t. in hundred of which the cash. a desperate effort
-MIC acres I day of June, 1834 the President: L V
DJ" The subscribers return their sincere thanks for V Thomasville, Thomas County, Georgia, of to the
> the widow of said deceased I is authorized to direct the Register and Receiver ofthe L pop question. Fortune favored the at
'r..etis, sold suhjcct to that r s- the vrry liberal patronage heretofore received and Tallahassee Land District, to make sale at Pub ELIJAH R. TUCKER who escaped from Jail tempt. It happened that the
: opposite
: f-. would still hope by their assiduity and strict atteroiyn lic Auction of one fourth of the Lots in the Town on the night of the 24th December, 1834, or Jiffy there to gentleman ,

1 ::N "iI.\nu'., gx'r. to business: to merit and receive a continuation oftlicsame. of St. Marks in the Territory of Florida, according dollars for his confinement in any safe jail in Geo. was a plate ,of Parmesan cheese,

iJFTSL'.V FLOYD, Ex'trix. 1 : to the plan of the Surveyor General of said Territory : or Florida, so that I get him. He was comitted; and near the lady stood crystal dish of mar-

I- i .- i4 l't d!) I JCjF All orders will be thanitfully recived ; and as; : Now, know ye, that I, ANDREW JACKSON, for the offence of negro stealing. mcla e.ViII you do me the honor to accept -

they have engaged in their employ 6tcaliyand first President of the United States, do hereby declare and Said Tucker is about 45 years of age and about o'fa liule Parr Miss Ann' said the lover
OTICE. i aw WOUK.MEN, they are prepared to execute all orders make known that a Public Sale will be held at the
five feet three inches high built
dark 1 with
. 1, 1'\ ', ." H'.hle nt the next March at tlC shortest notice and in the most durable and[ Land Olfice at Tallahasse, in the Territory of Flori stoutly. a look full of meaning, and moving his

[ "oui.iy Court for Leon county, for fashionabc: style.- //Tallahassee.. Oct. 25. [1 1-Cm da, for the disposal of the undermentioned lots in hair and the end of his nose off hand towards the cheese. 'Tell me first' said

I :: .'. f. :" ::i tInt of the Estate of UAVIS I STORAGE BUSINESS. the Town of .St. Marks, Florida, on theour.Ucn- JNO. C. OWNING, Sheriff. the damsel with admiral readiness, lifting at
; .:' wii).';\ 'tll icernr-d will take due : I next viz D c.21 (20-4)
Jay of January :
BKN::: f.MJ.AniEs. Ex'r. THE: : subscriber has*old his Improvements in Lots numbered 1,519, 13, 17, 21, 25, 29, 33,37,41, I the same time, the top of the crystal, 'whether

.' ., ICT1rt.Yi), Ex'trix, town of St. Marks, but wishes it distinctly 45, 49, 53, 57, 61, 65, 69, 73, 77, 81, 85, 89, 93, 97, 101, ? ESTRAY. or not you are fund of MARK MY LAD ?' -Above -

-p.-- F'H_ l9tAI61_ understood by his friends, that he has no design 105, 109, 113 117, 121, and 125, as represented upon STRAYED or stolen from all things in existence !' exclaimed the
-- leaving the Territory, and nas rented the build the plan of tile said town prepared by the Surveyor enclosure of Col. Wra, enraptured youth. The offers were

I0 TIC E ing sold by him for the enduing twelve months un General of the Territory of Florida.: Bailey, Jefferson Co. a few accepted and understood mutually

h-;. /U't.oJII hi-L. ..:.Urns 1 thc estate of der the expectation putting( up more spacious The sale will be kept upen for two days only. weeks since, Chesnut Sorrel as pedge! of personal

:* '. y o*<,e. if of Gadstlcn county, are I I and convenient improvements before the expira Given under my band, at the City of Washingion HORSE, about 5 years: attachment by the .rties, although nobody-

'."\.'i(1Lj. .; .. j to tt.\I1 htlO prop.ry! l\l1thcmuca-? I tion of the lease. this 21st day of November, A. D. 1834.ANDREW old, having a white spot about six inches in diameter else comprehended ths equivoque, or disco
,". rry! tt thcti.ura: An persoils ID JOHN BLAIR PEACHY.St. w.EUUH JACKSON.By on the right side of his,belly near the fore leg. *''H e vercd any thing in the transaction but
i. : : f. ''J' ', :-l"Mt"d tomr.Jte'immedi:1'-C the President: paces and trots. $10 reward will be given for his return
r\t. \. .; : 1.\LONE, l Marks, Nov. 14th, 1834. 14tf HAYWARD, to me afTallahassee, and if stolen, I will ive $30 civility. The treaty thus opened, waa soon

&:. KAi S E.xccutors. Liberal! advances made on Cotton for New Comm. of the General Land OfficoJ for the horse and tkief. J. WESTCOTT.. ratified, and Miss Ann Marr w&s.iqreated with-

Ii..,. 4'hJ" '.,"oI. ,,...;." __ York, I. B. P. D .c. 13, (I -7w) __ ,. Dec. .2t. the t.Jc c ilfr,: Pan

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!{, .-._- .. -- -------------_--------.---- at all limbs, receive' a prompt and ready S\1 porl. In the roads which arc mostly used, should be enumerated ; and ety. How unjust, too, IB it, in a task where -
. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. management of such affairs, harmony is altogether essential some fund, other than the labor of the neighborhood be ders another, that while the y o .:rnr of the 0 er'to.." ;
.r should be for the of keeping them in good order remuneration, !the other by the law \is on f
; and to attain this each department content set apart purpose I to be a
A Journal of the prorccJmga! of the Legislative Council to move in its own orbit-neither laiming, or asserting and in proper repair. Of this I feel confident the fanners sated. In such a case, i if payment be fully i S w

.,. \ of the Territory of t't lorih.t its thirteenth session, a right to exercise authority, which rightfully belongsto will not complain; for the experiment being fairly made, be decreed, that the owners of each be extended alike l It ,

=. Jjegun and held at thn C-ipitol\ ia the City of Tallahassee, the other. The beauty and good order of all governments they will discos it to be the easiest and best mode, and I reimbursed : certainly this should be the and SAi

i Monday: the 5th day of January A. D. 1835. depend: upon a strict regard, and rigid adherence eventually will prove to be the cheapest. in such matters is to be consulted, and Justice i : case; if t i

r' .v. The following gpH'th't1JcllIembers' elect appeared, to thoso well poised ballances, which organic rules! impose. A close attention to the collection of the revenue of the I That part of the Statute of 1832, which garded. NIt

-.. to wit : There are matters of importance to this section of our Teritory ; and to its economical and faithful disbursement gaming, is found to be entirely ineffectual seek T! to re *. !
From tic of the first importance, In imposing necessary and in view even of the public Pen oPIctjas.
County oj SEscantbia country, which should not fail to interest those who are are subjects authoriti,5: th: ,
, : THOMAS 11. BLOUNT. S charged with the management of the affairs of the Terri demands on the citizens, uniformity should be regar- indulged in. III other places 4 as In this Terr P act1et

' Wal'on, JOHN L, MrXiNNON.SAMUEL tory. Allho' some of them are of a character upon ded, that every species; of propel) may alike in fcome: I led attempts to arrest it!, have! been .unsut Of1're The '

"Washinslon, MITCHELL.Franklin which no definite and conclusive action can be had by degree contribute, for that protection which it derives from and with all the penalties, which from time ceSSfuI!1 mad, ds1 to"snajori

s EBEN J. Woon. you; yet the reasons which may be drawn in aid of applications government. The present plan of collecting, seems to j been declared, nothing of success has been reacbet to ti hi" the!)

Jackson' f WILLIAM s. .Moimisc) and to !be addressed to Congress, can not fail ;o carry demand improvement. Instead of having persona ap I I! of two remedies should: be resorted to -In't and

{ i HENRY f .!. HOLMES.JOHN with thorn, such convincing: force, as to have their proper pointed to this responsible trust, by the County Court, posing a t fine as a preventive, for :peld')ni in tea dot'1.1. stTytoyh

.. Gadsden, C. LOVE, effect. which may be assumed or declined at pleasure: it wouldbe i any who infract the Iiw be rea.:beet f, let ri that taa:t1 (

'SAMLTL II. DCVAL. An accurate survey of the coast of Florida, is of interest preferable to make it the official duty of sheriffs of the : rcMirtetl to, that the individual! who n+renrfdniily imp|/ onme k; lJ essts

Leon J ..-\ nTH Ull :MACON, not merely to the people of this Tcritory ; but to respective: Counties," to undertake the trust of collecting : : :siiay bo made to suffer : or otherwis.. *na'tDot\W\ *"
'"\I.J IECTonV.., BRADCN, and I the; whole union. A statistical view of the country will and accounting for the levenue ; and beside placing them i|I jecl of revenue to t the I Territory, and thin tolas': J' 'I lIen7elected

lJnH D. J'.DW.'nD i show that more than a third, and nearly one half: of the under bond with ample securities, to require that none :Mice I which I by experiments made I is: foun/I\0Vffi) ..lm 5>
An RAM BELLAMY, and: whole export trade of the United States }passes throughthe I shall be re-elligible to office. who fails: to. produce at the 1, be restrained.;: 1 questionable I if the |latter ",Ut' !* ceent'

Jefferson { ,JAMLS L. PARISH. Gulf of Mexico and the tributary: streams which belong time of his electionflies a receipt from the auditor for all mo- {!not !prove to hoha preierabb: on '. ]B y attach mode i ill untoCur':

Madison, ARCUIOALD :McNciLL.WII.MIM to it. Interest being the influencing consideration in his hands, belonging to the public ; and in c.ise of'I'| penalties, the effect is, to compel those "t sheered"? hi aIa,

Hamilton, :M. II UNTER.Coll1lJ by which mankind are governed, it cannot be presumed, any default in payment; the auditor to be authorised and I ito violate the I.into ser t places I wherc'hidji,.PO td last for
:! i'.i: ft OH CUT BROWN. that those who are authorized to dispense favors, if favors directed), before the Superior Court at Tallahassee to have i the view of friends; who might interpose and nli m4) son :I

AI.ic-hua: GABRIEL PRIEST. they are called can hesitate to foster this most important a judgement, on motion rendered for the amount unaccounted ,,'I the inexperienced.I and! unwary, are often(j timesinvV, retrain: the? ton, TbdBr

Pnval.St. : ). JOHN: WARREN.JySETTI commerciiil channel Notwithstanding the many facilities t for, with such damages by way of penalty as mtv I'I ruin. it .. Derive revenue from the !- ",.

Nas-lu, ,HlO{ INBOTHAM, I and advantages it fiords, it is vet without that protecting insure punctuality. This will be a simple and plain rrA..JC. I But at the same: time, that none nnv.I "nlv-Y !",.',Yond p?:ttce Shine,
f .!(tsr.ii L. SMITH: and ''I care, from tho government, which its importance of effecting( a beneficial: ) end. Thc entire business wp' *5 i lunlly possessed money capital[ let it he declared. a t.
a H''f: 'f I tI:: .J.\ its :\. PUTNAM. demands soundings arc the principal criteria I by under the care and direction of your fiscal agent hire; I contracts, promises and agreements, shall 1 he utterly tht trl Th-

Toql&l\., Ctt.rttr3 nnw N11G ; which navigators are enabled to determine their true position morn directly, than by forwarding delinquences to the,.,; t. t i which I rest upon or are in any wise connected ; ice (uM-l'
11.arm': jltuaIn: : #'ITZPe'IiuCic : oil the land; and these arc insecurely to LJ .relied ferent counties' as is I now the case; there to be pro'ojp, rid: j sidcrations! of (hazard.: I Ibcou' by thepresit:

on. The employed chart.-, are compilations) from Frcl'ich\,I to judgement]: ; and withall. Having full notice of wKt'..-:.;c ;, Permit me to say: that to afford the moans' of
Who hau* .i-ie';. qualified accordiiig to law, by the research and these examinations, of late office \! his been desirable eaucati, Whll,1dined
and British being: requites' when the is assumed, your collectors ; always a consideration: ( With !?
llonn; :ablo'! Thomas flundall! Jiulue: of the SU"f'llll''l'onr1. ( years gone by, must necessarily be impeifert: : from: th.' will he without any just cnusc of complaint as to the man- (. legislators.; It is the essential means by \\hich IUOIH!fretJ"11'erimenls the
1h11I1Jl: .i istriet of Florida-took heir to
: jflect of tempests, and! from the many alterations: oiueed ner or as to the suggested sunmary: jurisdiction of the are to I bo maintained.I 'l.I) effect( this !let\.) createnitF<
"," .11:0::. : by the currents, which have fines
On motion of Mr. Fitzpatrick, :\11'. Uellamy was calledT the depth of the water. The frequent accldcntwhich charged with the fiscal department, it will be seen, that I penalties shall cons:itf1tc a funds for establishing! soa."d boundw'e <
) thv ( hair. \\fl' n the I House l : proceeded to its oiganiilr. at !]' .
happen, from iiFaccuratL' reckonings, and the cons nearly two-thirds of the assessed revenue, which was due healthy position, a respectable Academy t for tin oJucnr h;
!:ati! tn. quent driving on : shore serve to prove haw necessary il'I and [payable on the 30th of Nov. 1833, yet remains. un- I I of youth. The Execirivt? will be more reluctant !: Ii i Sol1pPOt (
? DJ.V 't movi-d, that the voles given in the electionfor is for some precautionary mea IJ1'c's to bo resorted to, by p, id: and the same proportion of the revenue a rung: in mit penalties to offenders! when they arc this ailraata h t vfth;:

officers t !f tljf Legislative; Council, be taken viwivocc, which a recurrence of them for the future, may be preven tbe past year, is also:: outstanding and unietlled.rh :, !!i I ly to he applied and even !if an pxr-ea'sive tint'>.lie '.f'li-'>

t\hi-h b, ii.; p'd f Jf 'the Hou-c, was lost. ted. There are important and neglected l points, too, facts: go clearly to show that some rnoae collecting I lime f'xaetcJfmrn soni'r viol.itur of tmI I Ilws, herive a Ltnn; Tl.BpObl
Mr. WrtM-e-i fleeted President! of the Legislative )uI:l tlU. :)
W.I where M., houses arc needful and necessary, to protectcommerce more effectual than the present should be essayed or con- satisfaction from knowing that if injustice id d1:1eiq
-Council, r.d I"'in2: thereupon conducted to the Chair, and give security [to our coast navigators.; The >tant.drangeme.nt! must attend your finance, !him, !the :sinn:) ;raid will go to {form the JOfit!:fill; miJidnr.j: +i have 3.t.

made an aj-prujmate;! address. cost, contrasted with the advantages; to be derived from Your criminal code appears to mute need revision and givi? future character: and henelit to the country. II\i1l r.J fl:Ja; '
tt. :I.-incnstcr: elected l Chie.fClerU.Jamt's ) w .
Joseph t i them is not worthy to bo eonndered.Internal torr dim. I Desirable! as: it may be to restrain the vicious veins the fund thus created, may coair: to l b. ant I'.. !. that! : ,
R,1'\11I, junV. was elected Scr eant-al-Arms, ;'' ''I'
and MeKllis was elected DoorKicper.Mr. improvements within a Territory, it i is believed, propensities! of mankind, experience shows;, that: it cannot taut one and be fully adequate to the tad and oVc.! cot trI
have not been questioned constitutional grounds. The ee. effectually done. Ot"asionally, will outstripthe .I s11g )'e4ted. t th'io'-
R:. '.:..t <.IH\'C'f1! !th',< a select eouimittoe,c of tlsrne be1l'P'
Executive has: i not interposed objections. as to the right of judgement, and lead persons to tho commissionU'acH J'I A r'-prrt from the Central Bank of f Florida end ( otiS tli
'irite.: ;! ':' ;iI' ;':\-lleiKy the Governor ofthe'Territv ea* ,
: \ : t.o'i"._ | in which is often { from the Bank of I> r)tit
,, making appropriations favor of such undertaking, when even by.the offending party reproved ) .nsacoa aceompinit this i
: ; -.-wilisfied: ( of their expediency and general advantage. [Under : and! repented of, wh-n brought! b-v-k to cooler mo- !; in ('coL'fm'mitv the provision-: of ;an' act 1a"sij the 9t: .>o n
; att n.adv io rercive
is nou) oif'-ii't'/: ii any communication this slate of things, and win :n objectio is do not arise merits, and to d sound r, (lection. But whore the law imposes 1. 1 Kebnnry 133-The: Union !B bJlhas: not n't pneiatjoperation I-It.Mienttlth.,
he tn;,.\ lu ye tn "-: k".-and they be required to1clwr '
as to the t xcrl' :-e IIi any constitutional power, measuies l penalties dipruportind; to the offence corniiiit I I i : but will do so, it i iexported: i i-i; a f fl-.vdnvs. ,
: e;:1 i.i-nioirov1 ,* -.iiu-h IH'ailed,1'8.: Blount ;e't
l : : ,
calculated to advance the interest ufhn Territoratlll l tel!; or \\ hen di ,:.rr.lI'rlJl'll.IlI1-hments. I are inflicted instead I,: (.olIml..slonero; hive t'e' 1& "I'P'HlltCtl.lh-, >'' nothing: 'linm.j ,. frtr;
:: tit 2 J'.val that committee.On .
; 1' ; on
tn .u: i
(nnir> Hf ",!rf.' Fitz'atliC'k: the Houso then! particularly whcrn Munrlhr; in connexion with .the general of occasioning; ;cr:" i.-iti-jii; which should he the object of I j i live has t.iken: place, relative to the Act of the la-Ue t tj MH I lie ;\
d un'.il at 10 o'clock iuteie of the States, .should receive, as:: they de-em-: puaisiiments: a r.u\-ere effect is most general ly produced. I crrtitled \n Act to pnnidV for the complctionnfilrcaptjtol. : ,-' 1 fu. r
< :0 : :Mjrfow n.-iMUUij to ter"it'e, marked attention. Th"[ time may possibly Tl.o offender beinjt: :)mped; with ignominy, is thereafter, j j I !." Tome, no report Ins !>WMI made. It will Lc I 0 I oath

'F;" ,). "&,1\! ., :illiavy 0.Jituse soon.go) by. when those advantages! will be retained.! rendered a u dangerous: member in society- I the power of the Commissioners, at th ;Ir!.... r.f; (a I the I
t; '; : long this Territory_ may become a State, elothed! with all Corporal 1 {punishment on a tree citizen, is hardly now to hemet rive you information of the exact condition ofuV Ta'.hbs: '! tat
'fit, hid puus-itn.t.: : to, adjournment: a quorum the rights: and privelt-ges of the older members of this confederacy 'vith in any criminal .odo It has been stricken from I see fund, and( thereby enable you to ilelennui, \;lilt't.r!; 'I
1''ln'tit.' 'I)reir'..t.'S the ;-,it-'ti'i! of .\ (':;Icnla"rotcCtliu' s...was subject to her sell'coetrol, and :governed exclusively our army regulations ; and should be stricken from your :f i i and further legislation; will be necessary to acconpis&tin! te]

1 by her own regulations, without dependence .n, or Statute book.. No hope of reform or feeling, other) than I](i'i objects of that law. C
On:1)1 of! \11'. BlqtlIt.! Walker \
fjoO'ge Esq. :
: a
: '., of Escauibin aid to be derived from any source except hei own councils cherished hatred of country, can reasonably be expected i i ny an art oi ongrcss r pa3"cfllhc iSth .June last, sOme *jlt ]
men.1 '--d f'flti1. site un'v wamiahlied: ) : awl her limited re.urces. When ilns eventfrill take from! any one who shall be so harshly, and so ignomimoiiily ;, expenditures considered by the Legislative! ('''uncilto !k
iiccor.iiii 1 :. ',; i .W, tut)!! :,.J'iiitl''d to tnke: his \. II,
.. place, tho-e. improvement so dc.-irablc! :: and useful, must I dealt with by the law. necessary, were repealed rnd annulled ; and, tVaceiortk! ) !
: that select
ul committee
of three11L.lu1)1's
\Ir] I : a
'i.ttuy. ,.lI1\ and will encounter all tlw-M objection* which air so repeatedly It i is advisable) too, that the right confided to Juries of i it was enacted, that the entire annual expense should! CM t I
-'iiicd t drift Ilu'es' f for the
bv t
ajjs I ; urged in favor of the sovereignty; of a State. fix mi;, at their discretion, penalties and punishments betaken : exceed $ 7000. This amount i is short of what rmtceisary < ;i! IIPI'
Kf ion if th'iCoullriland
of the{ < Lq : '
p rc' : Hence do wis considerations dictate to present agents away.s the practice now is, they are fart required .:: : Congress, however, his declared otherwise, and it f B .)!
until\ tl-! ih.ii': : I. Hrt 11t' .u tho! rules in (force at the la :t.
\ : :
\ ;p
not to neglect the golden opportunity; which in- union-: to determine.: ti! ,j guilt or inocence oi the accused. Next I not for us to call ,heir derision ioi q'etiou t ; hut! to restrict: ;; t-.o .
5 .t J 71.e! Session which was carried- :I fill;
)e l j jin-sent ; them; but ot once to press those: claims: hich reason.and whether i if( guilty the penalty shall bo fine or imprisonment[ ; all future expenditures: to th'* rule thi laid down and pre.
Smith lld I'-lount lion
:1h\s-T were appointed on
.' policx sanction; and strongly tll solicit (.Iii' ngr.--s-s lo hear or Corporal punishoinnt, :iud lastly, having agreed ns to I scribed. Kconomy should I.e l ]practisrd! hy all goven-/ utaa;I
that t.'lmnlilef: rOn their application\ and to act. The ai: )i'I! cannot 1 fail of I thuoc, tJi>- ijiiuntllni of punishment lo l 1,0 c-lerulo l>ct-omej !1 meats, that th? people m-iy. have nothing of unr.pwsanr! : tion

_,,9 m'.1L. >n)1'T Mr.-3lount. -.., f.,.",To i 't'h Jii;B..;l5.rut Lanc'f3ter.A1II-al- .\nns, took: success. It ts riot Florida merely that is concerned: but I IJ =a matter of diuicult !solutioi' ; for on all llinpo point, the |t( exaction: imposed ; :;id could; any thing of prodigal extent b-tell. t
Y!. ivspevlij.-'.- 'aiiof! olUec, as required b)' law J 'be western States ; and the entire commercial and n:1viI'j jury must be unanimous in their determination. Thus, t)iditure bo imputed ur perceived) ; :-it) far [!:0111 pncouruin: elll,
:Jr. Lo\v <)iricdiho I Preambl.'and ilcsolutions follow- gating interest of the United Slates t These will: I by referring to them, three pen plcxin! inquiries in the saint I should be ready lo reprove it. The export!* trO1 this tw'

;s.-, IV, t' v'I't. ti ,'1 with, and support you. It is i their interest to do so; and j I chat : their diflii-Uitie.s! arc increased and the chances of territory are conidt'rableun.ue} ) iipreasin: ::; aril the COButnption Ihl

\ Iiii !..\S, It bath pleased) the Jlluiixlilil Disposer of % interest dictates to be i pursued, is rarely, if ever neg- 'I I conviction for crime diminished. The law ought to affix < in return, ou which 'IiMiXs!! are parinul! whcnoe piIV',.

'events, to i.Tiiiitiatu the mortal career cf the Hon. DAVID lected. The annual losses sustained along the t ,Iaot; :t of j adequate i and certain penalties to each enumerated offence. revenue is-derived the v.I: *:ieral:! Governni! !. i is 'f-rri-

tCttc.Tt.t: :, !K-sq.: a member! acct from GaiLsdcn I Florif| concerns the States and the people of the St.ites; j The guilt or inoeericc of slue accused should rest with the I I p.' t-iuch excrtds:: what i r> expended i"M 1'1''
county: ii .
And H'licna, It i ia both proper and becoming, that while and they! as much as the citizens of this 1'crritcHL,1I1d, I tI jury, and when ascertained l, the Court alone should declare I within your limits. !let:
t rw t
wo !h\hV to ihu decrees of Pruvidance, to express: publicly entertain an anxious desire to sec patronised whatever js-uch: judgement by the statute may be authorised.[ But tho presented question! : i i- not one of DiH.irsnnicents :
:Jr K'--: ',)ef'r departed wet th measures may bo calculated to give a different: and better ,l I Instances oernr where persons clnrged with mime flee : in that point of \ iew, it i i.s: of (litl: importance.Ilijjhcr : .

Uil th'- <->::;ro Resolved, ihit tie Members of this Legislative aspect to things.Vere losseshich have: been sustained f from the Stales into this: Territory. Recently demand I considerations involved. Tla-* !'rrrttry !/cilzdo'thrd If.'

F ; C(.,'wil, -io{ wear crane on tho left arm for thin Ytlavs within a few: yetis past t. aeeuntely computed, they ,, wis: made by the Governor of Georgia, with :a certified I i| with -uithc-! i }* to select reprrsvnf.'tiv I ':j :., m-t az6I ti Mr:

:in tt-v! -u of rcspnel for the memory of .said deeeased.He would perhaps be found equal to this expci'diluros of I copy of (the indictment forwarder!, and a citizen was iequired I I I aitl control their! internal domestic aff.iir-t the' eue,( .;toni3j !! \\"::1PilI

.olv.-; -' lu-.uier, That} a copy of the I above PremnMc! all the proposed improvements.: It is recommended to to he delivered over to an t2: ont specially( chtrg'd: Ito j wheih-r when such rights; exist, Co-i:;;rc.-s shculi! not per. }
':)ul lies h"-.n!! bpubli<:hed ill "The I'loiidian." you tha (these things be considered -that probable losses I j j receive him. To meet such; emergencies:: the act 01 mit the ItcprcsiMit-itiv, :s of tht !psoo!lrl to {present to them t'k.v:I

\VJin::i ,u-r;.' rend and adopted. sustained! be calculated, accurately as! a iv obtainable data (Congress of 1793 is not sufficiently explicit ; nor i is the \\'ht is, or is 111 It, a reasonable expenditure of public 3'.

Mr bi ..m:, from t.::dY select committee, appointed tovyait can be had; ana the whole submitted to the paternal care I any directory statute. here, which affords furlhur information : money. \Voro cvtravagince pni+Mic. ,Ml, which cannot justly rottthe

upon <1'ii' Kvcellencv tlie 1 (Io\'crnor-Hcpol'/cd, That, I and guardianship of the General Government, that their i than is given by that act. It saythat: in cast: of ap- I bo unputed, then might a pretext arise for inliiJiiwM': [ Hien',
that duty had been pt'!"''JlIllcd, and that his Kxrellency wisdo'ii may be brought to act upon them. I admit they I plication j it shall be tho duty of the Executive "to cause to bo imposed, and then they should be imposed. E: *i.

would this day, at t 2 o'ell;ck, transmit his annual Message. are chdraeTiTs pot matters, uhic.ii properly pertain to your )legislative? II j! aid person to be arrested and secured." But hofo be mates 1 for the 1 present year, have been forwarded lota! fri,

Mr. Bellamy moved, that the UOU) do now proceed tot : tho in sonic degree they stand in connexion arrested ? Shall the Executive direct the marshal or the Tieasury Department, based upon the declarations and re T1ha:
' there EngrosMiig and Enrolling Cleiks which was with them, as affording you at (least the opportunity of I|, :-sheriff to dw it ? The law; does not make it their duty; 1'I requirements contained in the act of. Congress to which I

put and adopted, -Messrs Robert ( 'o I pcland, Joseph S. bringing: to the consideration of Congress, by respectful :'II n'>r does it impure n penalty for the omission. Shall a puh' have alluded. But I respectfully) suggest to \ ou. t to take f'h,

t:anchuz, and John G. Gunn, were severally declared enactment< those things, which, being unadvised by you I j j proclamation go forth to all officers, civil and mililary, requiring the matter under advisement, .in.I present to the vieW or edrh'

4..ll11dl| .:-totl EII f(.. 5it1r and Enrolling Clerks ul the Legislative they may not be informed of ; they will
; ; Council for tho n present: session.The Unit attention and consideration which their importance I *..t of such publicity, by warning tile p Irfy ol his dani 1: I i[I cossarylo an economical atlministiatiou of ait'.lirs here, no

llou-e then tool a recess until 12 o'clock. merits. These suggested improvements!: are not fo be i ger, may be lo enable bun to elude the dv.n-uid and to !1 with Mich reasons as may be considered proper, that at 3i agLi.
The !Roast: again convened at 12 o'clock.I considered merely in reference to the commercial ; but I make his escape1. j i future period tin; same may be presented to the consideration ;

His Kxce.iicncy, the Governor, transmitted by Mr.\ Well- also to the military: operations and defences of the ooun, But the Executive; shall cause the offender "to be se-: :! of Congress. Thereafter ymi will know, on what srat

ford, his Private Secretary, to the House, the following try. Large xpenditures have been incurred ill building t! cured." Agiin: the manner is not prescribed. Shall he, I to rely, and to what extent your expenditure may pro

communication, to wit :- a Navy Yard for constructing ships of war, and in erect I I} when he is arrested, ho placed in close jail ?-or the offence ceed. ,+deT,
"iig a 1 Fort to protect the harbour of t Pensacola, that in time i JOHN 1I. IITON.
'] f being of a character to authorise. :; it, shall he be admitted Ica.Ih
EXECUTIVE OFFICE, } tf danger and of war, vessels navigating thegulf,may find'I : !t i to&iil ? Being arrested wilhpi ibis Territory, shall \ Which having been read, on rio i r of :Mr. Fitzpatrick, .

JANUAR1835.. safety under its guns, against any superior force. I Butl!j 1 he SMJ denied that privilege, which in tho State where the one thousand copies arc ord-r-: "! i'* '-< :printed.On ;th sit.

To the Legislative Council of FlQ9'cla- on the land! side, reliance for defence and protection must '1 offence was committed, he could claim and receive.- motion of Mr. Belarny--;: ;li-I .,::,Q then adjourned :
be had on the Militia. The settlements for any such These are difficulties in reference to cases which have until to-morrow at 12 oVlod ::
In !meeting with you for the first time itaflbrds purpose and t for furnishing necessary: supplies arc too '
sparse I arisenand which may arise again; and I respectfully submit III
mo much {pleasure! to be enabled to congratulateyou in the vicinity of Pensacola) ; and hence in case of'ar, 'j' youwhether| s.nnelegislative: enactment be not ..d1III .1

on the healthfulness of the Country ; and on the he interior must be. resorted to. To make this resort ef- t' to explain all future doubts and difficulties that necessary may take I DR. A )),;\1 FKKGL'SON":i : .

general prosperity which is attendant on the agricultural ectual, roads calculated to ensure expedition are needful I place. The late celebraieu Dr. Adam Ferguson, tvho lrss
pursuits! and industry of the people; and to offer as and necessary lo be und6itdke.ii l either by the well re
you public, or There is another subject in connection with criminal chaplain{ to one of the Highland rcjji.neistrf: "
r I frankly do, the assurance, that every co-operation in by a grant nit'such advantageous charters as induce your t went through< h:
ruy may law which is worthy to be considered. As the rule membered for the t fearlessness with which I he
power will be cheerfully extended to aid still further! enterpnzing capitalists to embark in their the hottest s.
'4 you construction. exists at present, when ;if slave i is executed, the master or I his aHuctiu( . to advance the prosperity of the Territory. While in all Con mion. roads also require attention. As the labor ota owner is entitled to claim the assessed value of his engagements. On one occasion, when the rcgune a. 'U.

t:communities! f'JI ctrhl'nt3Ild: penalties are necessary lobe : country constitutes its wealth, it is wise to guard it a- perty. This rule has obtained upon a construction of proI that I I. to which "he belonged was taking its ground Prepuato: d,

resorted to, permit; mo to say that too much, and too i gains all unnecessary: exactions, and to ;afford in aid of it, constitutional provision, which declares that private: !property to battle, Sir Rob et Mnnroe perceived the chaplatntu: (lJt};

frequent legislating i arc never advisable. Perspicuity, all proper fdciltios. If owing to had roads, increased cx- shall not be taken for public uses, without making the ranks, and with a friendly caution, told him there tvas d

certainty and uniformity, in the lawn' more than any pense be incurred, in convoying tbe products of the soil just compensation therefor, but the idea is a misconceived : no necessity for him to expose( himself to unnece3sarl! a

thing cNc arc.cJeiirablbccause; thereby the citizens are to: market, and bringing back other articles for consump one. It is not talcing: the property for public uses. The I danger, and that he ought to be out of the line of t 9Q

enabled to understand: and practice those things, which tion, it must of course operate as a lax upon the laborer. slave who violates a law, is amenable to the law ; and I Thf'Uocfor thanked Sir Robert for his friendly aice; tlfi

arc required of them; but which cannot be known where But beside this, delays which are the consequence of neg- whate his life becomes the forfeit of his crime, it is an e.\ but added, that, on this occasion, he had! a duty WP I: fih
frequent changes in leirislalion! are tolerated, except! to !lected roads and a failure to reach the market called !< Accord: 1,
; when piation to its demands arFd<$ot a taking for public purposes. was imjKiratively upon to per mn. gh'J 11P
persons engaged in professional: pursuits. prices:! are good and fluctuating, often cause material; injury As well might it be pretended, that the life of u while he continued with the regiment during the whole of.1 FI]
y The Executive Department oFa Tel ritory, acting with to the buyer and to the producer. It is submitted I man who has been guilty of a felony, is taken for public action, in the hottest of the fire, praying with the ding: IJt 1e,

in its proper sphere can have nothing to do with the af therefore, if policy does not suggest tho Propriety of some purposes, and the forfeiture be made a charge on the public attending to the wounded, and directing them to oe cried r
fairs of the general! government. are without the wholsome and !effectual zeal, his impidity
legislation, by which roads may: be treasury. i to a place of safety. By his fearless or ,
scope of its influence and action ; and hence whether as preserved in proper order, and hazardous streams bo rendered Owners in some degree should be held responsible for and his friendship towards tho soldiers. (several -
regards approval or censure, should be alike exempt from at all times passable. 'Good highways are not to tho correct deportment of'their slaves Privileges incompatible whom had been hid: schoolfellows at Dunkeld) his arota t

interference: It will not be questioned, but that every be looked for, so long as their preservation i is regulatedafter 1 with their situation and condition in life, ought nut ble and cheerful manners, chocking with seventY) wbea. 1 1I 1 te ts

citizen possesses au uwloniable right to entertain and to the present plan. The practiced mode here as in in be extended, m as much as the effect of such treatment necessary tf among them with case and famlhan1'o ; .. tt
; express opinions, as to the administration) and course of other places of confiding thorn the of of them with a poem or berolCand
to custody same is to do them injury. )That this may be avoided, is it not being as ready as any
the government: ; but official agents here, acting as such, citizen of the neighborhood, who for a time is made to act t advisable: to hold the owner so far responsible for a tale, he acquired an unbounded asccndcncy over theft

should consider themselves restricted to the affairs and as overseer is found to be wholly ineffectual. Those t fdithful: guardianship: over his slave! that in case of

business of the Territory. Governed by this salutary agents cannot call upon the neighbours, for their laboring his becoming answerable: to the law, he should receive U Why don't you wear your ring, my dear!". said a [fa

a rule, my course will be, to bring to your consideration, hands, without being: under the obligation also to furnish if any thing, not more than a third or ]half ther to his lovely daughter. papa it hurts me

Y from time to time, such matters, only as may be conceived their own ; ana* it being scarcely ever exactly convenient his valucarefuf e ? Such a course will make the master more when any body squeezes my hand." '* hat bustaes;.

necessary to advance the quiet, well being and prosperityof for them to du this*, non "are called for ; and hence the of his servants, and more particular not to concedeto have you to have your hand squeezed ?" "' None, ce

: the citizens of Florida. Objects of this character roads remain in a condition to exhaust the teams, and to them those-privileges, which in the end may impair their tainly- but stillYou know, papa, one would Iike.to6 el P'

rill demand attention on your part ; from mo, they shall wear out the.wagons which are travelled over them, Those : usefulness, and with it, the peace and good order, of soci- it in SQUEEZABLE- ORDER., ". .,

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him to be a

: feel ng-s or interests malicious are incididtfs concerned mjfa and where his again driven from the Basten on the 7th, by Gen.

LORIriI : credIt;' unworthy of Ovna, at the head of4000 men." NOTICE. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. I

I the I had not then seen a letter of Cot. A. Belamy's to PARIS, Nov. 13.-The depression in the French afl: Will be sold at Public Auction on the ALL persons indebted to the estate of WU.L _

A .W.Q B WhICh Governor then, and I suppose now, ou file, in funds continued. Thay left off to day, rather low- 25th inst. the corner HOUSE in which the WATSON, late of Jackson county, dereaaare"requested
I he pronounces a charge made than Superior Court is hsld Also to make immediate '
er the
by Wyatt, false \ yesterday. tenements lately payment to the it :
UiiIAYJANUT 1o- of nor the letter of Mr. John Belamy, in which he say I occupied by the County Clerk dcrsignad as indulgence cannot he given ; and iho* _

a certain report (one of Mr. Wyatt's charges) From the West Terms-one half cash the balance on the 1st July having demands against said estate, arc requested to
x----w'faj11ias been ivwved since the .!th the father of that report is a liar, and the truth does Indies.-TIle Orbit at New next. R. J. HACKLEY, Auctioneer. present them duly authenticated within the time pre

5;oeh ;"rtbern.. that the new arrangements will be not abide in him." I I I York, brings Jamaico l paoer. to the 14th, Novem- Jan. 10 22-td scribed by law, cr they will he forever barred. \

d It IS boped Another gmtleraan of high standing and charac! her.'l' THOMAS M. WHITE,
in a f w d3r ter, gives this character to Mr. lC spirit insubordination LOST. Administrator
WyatL .
He is "a had ex ofHcib.
rlttf' man: of moderate capacity, very ambitious of even in .Jamalca,1I1 several'nfthje appeared ON the 1st inst. Pocket Book, either in Tallahassee Marhnni. 29th Dec 183121.6ml(

e urtof App ab has vc-cn xdjournrd from lar fame, but has not intellect, talent, honesty popu- editor of the Despatch! in parishes The or its vicinity, containing hundred nnd i

a Tbe (44ing to the absence of ihe Jud'.,s ; a I age, to sustain himself. Through the force or of cour his'.I ult., states that his that paper or the 7th five or ten dollars in Bank Note*, and many valuable! Quincy Male Academy.
v correspondents .
d I #! I s :whom have.l-een. detained by ill-health Tavern, his duplicity, &c. he was elected to the Le report that the in the country, P-ipers. A liberal reward will be given upon its de THE Trncces take a pleasure in informing fire

'f. of gislative Council. He has now returnrd to his peasantry are quiet, but will not : livery either to Robert J, Hacklcy, or to the subscri thit the exercise of the Institution lot
p j of the weather.BIVK t 1 ginal! stale of ori work either for love or nwney/'-that ber. J. F. C ,
the th
A the state S insignificance slumber in obscuri- prospect e ensuing year, will co-Timcnce on the first Monday
Intl 3: ,. ty.. I did not hen agree, in all respects with these of f the next crop was remarkably fine, but there ____Jan 10 22-2 in January next under the superintendence of the

11&I. or FLORID.-At a nicotine: of f the gcn::1mn, and insisted thaL these were not sufficient was reason to fear, that at least two thirds of it LAND AND NEGROES FOR Rev SAMUEL MATHEWS A M '* gentleman, whom :
tlca. f' In jijntion un the 5rti mtant.nVrhairrs iva sons why the charges should would l be lost f>r the SALK. have } ,
..' ftui'; < be investigated. Mr. I want of common industry on tf? ACRES of first and they every reason to I Ml ?, is well qualified for
ca.b .C ( T. RDetlon, n. Haywjnd t, '\ yat: charges me with ingratitude, ireacherv and thcpart of the laborers. l ito UPLANDS in Gadsden second quality the business, hiving bcf ..srnged in it for the last

.f vS R. I wani! of !moral principle, because I do not From St. Lucia, the miles County, five four years in the S' .,' Virginia. The offlStrt'fti'fl
MaliVm.. ,WiN.-n G. H. Chair, C. held (" quit the intelligence is nearly as bad from Quincy, and thirteen NKGROF.8 course
h' 1' him tifferC
on account of his will all
]1'R Ii r-ev, and I Win llilltaidvcie han dbiin!! defence of himself having put out a from. Demerara. The negroes are doing' little i cnt sexes and aijes-Apply to the subscriber on the liou compose the branches of Educa.
Qb., and me on the taught in the best Academies in the
n. of and
eve premises.
nothing country.
lit A'.. I the forming themselves I DAVID WHITE..
for the eiisuiug yKL1. 1 election. \Vhen into Thc
>rs gangs,
ac- ret. notwithstanding this character I Jan. 10 Academy building eand quite retired from
are 22-2 -
t i.If'J (..,..10? of the B ard', fl.n Chaircs, Ksr.. wasPicsidcnt. imputed; to him upon the authority of those gentle less.perambulating the Island, indolent and recV 1 the business pirt of town. Few places are more desirable
ttevy 3I pll t t f-t'ICi"tl'd men, I insisted that he should! not be treated as an NOTICE. either for health or good! moral society ; and

'ill I ;D'IDJ J .._ : oh.crt: too i-.isigriificant and depraved to have a fair ALL persons indc'ted to the Cstat.r of e believe that its advantages will he eq .l1 to that ol

.-no" -An dl'1] ion wa" held on Mondav I I hoarin. leave the public to estimate ihe extent of It will he seen by our congressional deed will co.ue tnd make JAMESa pay ny similar Institution in the cojn'ry. )
ed'II Cr.1: fcilnf the city of Tallahassee I ; '\T 111. Wil.jorotnof : "\V critical gratitude for his not taking advantage of my that Mr. Polk. Chairman "of the committee proceeding ment to. PAUL 1l.\HLEY. Tcrin* per Quar Payable in advance.1st .
1, siinai! m' in ofV:1Ys .
( : "kCH'111j1'rlJlltnt, and M'-ssrv' I'. I).. Betp I wliu-h, I he he knew Confirming cliargeaainst me \ and Means, has introduced some important S Jan. 10 22-lf class $5,00 |f 3 class tOO p
says to "absolutely fal e." I very 2. 10. 6,00 I 4. do.
.m'I i .1hll'; jlrIwrn. Wm. IIili.\rIi' H. Ha\wm'. ', Ja I I ihink every one must'e that the debtIf gratitude bills. One regulating the depnsiles of the NOTICE. Scholars will be received at any l'a.3m.: and 10,03 only

I :::1'1 : B2; .1.,. fv :-vin. Chas. Ilaire' and 11. A. wa-discharged. before i: incurred by equitable pulic money in the State Banks. Another, rvi- 4 LL: persons having claims a .\jnt the estate of charged from the time of entrance ; but no deduction

1 f:; Ojc.ul l Co ;neiinen! for the cn"'lIu: .-' year. I s t.lff. ding l for the sale of the Government Stock in the :5A. MATUKW HESTER late of Gadsden Connty are will be imde for Scholars removed before the end of
ce! verc
11 e :1i'Vva't hai circulate- report in all the Coun- Bank of the United States. A third, to repeal; so !her;!}' notified to present then to JAMF.S \. "GIL- ths quarter.

lc:1aU I Iid '" rfijuuH'JJcc-l) its S. li-- on ihe .Jeoiiria line, among the owners i-f cattle much of an act as requires the Bank of the Uni CHRIST my duly authorised a ent, projvirly outhenti-! Board can be had on good terms in private families.JOHN .
5Moa that 1
IV L. Hinv: .iave been the calls; of the repeal by Congress I ted States to perform th
r.. ;'It..t -Cd ..JisxVMui.N| it will b., .cen of aw'c_ ig non-residents cattl- To this it would I of Loans for the several :tafes.- rpi-ttcd to make immediate; payment as indulgence Cl'iincy Dec.. :10tll, I3.3t. (21 :-w)
In.:1 r: .."" ; ". Vs !ll'h n"c !'nlH"Jr.IS again e1cC'tci] !! !h.llLIi' .' MiJi 'Ogj-//M// me to ?ive ttiiqualine denial. I G lobe. ] cannot be given. JA.SE I HESTER, Adm'x. -

.'r.....'.'T.I, \11:1..11:: 'l)(.u on- F. ,un ?he winner inno ,I'illn..t tbu'n; bhHIha: such a law existed, nor hadie G.idbdcn 2d JanutN33 I |122-S\\., Trustee's Sale
.slightest 1 a ...entry in prule"ithe: Bill to amend Y virtue r>r an uppoinrment midc the Hon'ourhlc f
has been by
h.I"I": '. co'ntnencev' are ii-: I'm Gadesdcn B -
onfol f.. '. ..t, ,,'.,,,.\., Ik'1; 1111:00 i w ill ]'ri;*.' .\ u.cfu: \e.ui 'dents.act IT.mjviMiig ti !h a lax on the property: of non-resi STEAMBOAT DISASTER.-The Steamboat ELOI- Jon.v R CHAPMAN' County the Judge of the Sjperior Court for
.1' ii Lcd SA with 1-er entire the County of Leon Florida. I
no shall
I I penn nonresident cargo, consisting of630 bales of: proceed to sell k
) '"' ':11'1". < uiv. KtT. )\ S* far. sc. :.,is. to have Mould' vcr purchase "i- hold property in Flori- cotton, was consumedhy fire on last. : J R. rs. I To January Term, 1333. to the highest bd-ler; at puWic! sale, at Tallahassee! on .
I da. Tuesday OilS HARDGT.OV "ll' .I." \,'1\.' "-5'," 'ahle! .Jnlrr "'ltM I:I 1.I C:'1/UJU- The ('; deno-uncc.i it a> tin .u... and (dis morning about 5 'l'cJck-the th'- 7th day of February next, the fullowin? dcscrili- "

...-Hi- inev.a-e is: plain! tnt! U'-afTs'led! and a' honest I, bit tii..> i-i a matter tlf inditlerencv to Mr. sx) sudden that the conflagration was : T tIE defend:nL and all other persons i interested, cd prnprrty, heretofore emu-eyed by the late Thomas
Wyar, if he < an 1 it. passengers and crew werecnl1lPelleJ will take notice tint this suit has been Heir
DdDC I"T'-m get vote-by The t fact is that: I j ; coinmnrrd to till Lite Jom! V. Garey. in trust to
W ii.vj- satisfy a
v.1 srn): 1 !: :. zesii. .nc : t IHI such a l-iw I was voidvitnout! au a-'t aimu'di'ig! it nn- j j to jump overboard to save their //i\'cs- by ATTACHMENT, NSUIH! frvn the Court, and tick diK l by the said Thomas Heir to Messrs Betton

1\ I ..,: i;.. 'o1. !t. "k" 1 ''3C C IIJ 'i1 "'J.1 I lt"* r'ltH': I. 1\1 I j, der r
one. .: .,: :.r. l> 1:1 :n '..-' cV:i irt to 'lev !"t'e he rcJrtc. I bidding; Territorial governments from laws I I j'free coloured II13 n'as drowned. The Elosia required to appear and plead to thc deIa-ation filed] quarter of .Secli"n twenty seven, and the North half

: :.f..; T-rr-: tiix-j.igik- 'operty ol non-mu icnts higher than re-1| was a new and splendid boat, owned and com- i in said crv>e. II. [I. M. AVIDSON, of the! East:: I Iiilf of the North Eist quarter of Section

is. .-- I .. n.s II vc .hhl'- pinches a little. Mr. Wyatt I mantled by Capt Britt, Columbus Ga. had just Jan. 10 2- -1rn Arv. Cpr PaintiT! thirty f>ur, both III Township two, Ran one, North

Lv ';'. n 11.1.: ;. 1 '1& (nn Cl'.tir! w .i.1 \\4' would! pes.a: :' tht s:o -k owners th T they are not to ;, arrived from Pitlsburg, Pa. where she vas built ADMINISTRATOR'S OTIUE.A --. and East of the Meridian, and containing one hun

I I :. :..h'h; i '1r'hi Ii ".! -Li1 Iv ;'-(((i. 1m! if ally uatm Georgia cattle CHC d" wnu t during I the lait Summer under the ; LL porsoos having! demands[ against:! tin late d red and tu-fiily acres of Laivf, together with Stock
!! :' ; ; ; I u ? nul' 1il1lti.. :u'.ion ;:loritI.. grass, that they 'obI.) SujA'nlendance .SL and sundry ari'Is of .
'lo I I :: ..:.J ; ijjw, !.t" ijrt i;i Jus pJ"f.JJt L 1 !t..' .:I.\L-.{ and H' Congress s thi< is the "OIr.manJer-she was ;erformiiio '-er of GutUdf-n r.'J11/1'Y. arc
ivs no' jn' t a nil UID CHANDLER
: : : 'h''r''J.'J2jd'L' ? t/J: }'lr.! \'; 1 tirst trip between this place and Columbus "ii hereby notice I 110 render tiicni inproporly air.heittica S Trustee.
: ':1'1 'Tm-l I : y..1t'oilid' apn 'a-l in I those !-,w and :is ted within fl. J. II.\cnLEi, A'J-'tii'
idw ....I, :- .;. \ : ,' !i 'ifr'rt '.In n..a". .U.'tlt." I 1 yr-'v 'Hin-r! p >*jnd: .* s on the mbjc.-t. I now enclose: [not yet ascertained whether; there was any insurance tlis tinc: directed by hw !o Jan.3 2dJust

:: '.' "!; ","r: f'14.mrk: ''i StS 1 1. 0 JlI"F(1'I:1 (. you ihe ori \1e'll"rall'rc' : entelt, as you will cc I effected on either boat or eargi.palaiiaci1a JNO. CAHNOCHAN, Ad u'r.Of -- -r S

''r. i S ., 'li-M/ia ireed in'U $ 1:; th> paper, Iyh.. ."" l'r'l'r. of Vinr-riin, and the} ; I Adven llc'rylash urn. dec'.l Received
;'r\- :' : a. 1:4tj: : : it I.r d h"ti ( cr. Jan. 8th, I I.1I. (-JJif.j::
; c-iJx'. ;i-i n" ; ( rt f.f! the Committee. I did! I not ull'! r tlc amend 1l III V llio s I i'!' .cribcr a < ntril of \
,rL; 311j,, | ar> rr.t tt1..m, i'ljtn i5 ii S jt assortment Books
.nI thai
in a\, beatise uc'i (-pposj on 7 would haveluade From the Pens.icoi! L>
.,.i: .I 1:1: % ;-, Iii\] : -5; -.e1r, Iil i1iv'l'e. "f1tinh'd! : m .' ohI.! :;ioK in ( fntHt would have Gazette. Valuable Neirroe* For Sal**. J Jtl I at.1 131: 'ti -nary-The London and Americans r
( Our harbour has this week IIIIII tv.I 15; 5-Music for the Phno Forte Flute
,1'1! .; .iv-.l'J:' 'V f "ri: ':atI"-, tbf! p e .ple a reI l-ecn i. <':!vinal. If 'he} Ge rKia: -ac; <.-(>nu- down presented an a- PRIMK sail.*. nf2'; fEGHOES arc offered f for an.I Vioii-.i:;; Gnirar ami Vi Iiu StrinqFlute'iolinm, i

.S' :,1q, .1..1" '1": "t.J 1"* i,'" 1 i. 11(:. :::i-1 'M III"fl :Ht.1: riorula 1: gra ,"-. as 1 think I t :'If.r ,10,* aiiiih! *I I ]mount of .shipping with which our cyns have i s l/; ', \vh-iarc well acquainted: with the e iltnre 'If I fl nd! I'inno i ; Pcric Lstru.tnr5Ilal> fined Cocoa and ''f

; ,in my "i'ridi.uhood as ,n .thcr 1 do how I Iran been seldom gratified. Amon the Cotton t and Sujrar Cane. If not sold at privaic sile I
of 1lo e- !!: .1. 'l' 'r''tu'u l niiticli any'I'l1PU't".iI'e -.ny : not >'e. L LI ; ; vessels in g.'i wnnrl] Fi'ircs-Georgia j Car,H:;>:i Almanacks If
I Ll JlI W "L 1''f' GC l..s WJi11J ..s JJ'Jeht. \" t d-j l> -tt"r linn to matrcpristtts, byIn'Jn ? [f I port wrro two of the Steam Boats; distiucd to they will he p: cl-d ai puhliII'tion., at T.ill ilps i?, 1 lor I.:J5, k-. S..l'1: WILSON.
; r- t-ir I 4-a'e; : over to cat Georgia t-ras. 1I 1'am quite !j to thc hi;he:;f l i-ldrron tie 7ih II >y of February next I Iiii. Jan. :3
: 21tfNOTJCK.
'!iv i :l:.1 f.a'i'c c S.Afljn rCIIIH' ,'" JIi:: tIc luge a siis--lc .iwncra ; :tr. Wya, he will ghe me ]i <::irry the mail between this oily and Cedar L [ .' first Sai'ir., iy ol t" said .] _

if- ; .-!;d M l"ar; ;ilsra ii? vrill; nj ""':iii- on8 i i-i t iur min: crest in the question. The petition Bluff. For the present the mail is to to tri S \ R. Y. 'VHtiltl: J.imt-s i1C'bluLiflVm!! .-Dunno; absence

....... ,. t\\1 ... ...1lJ rsi.d l rej'or! : wi' Ibis I but Wyitt, arc j.-f.-rcd to for fll tIU! my
)I :' 'II' d : ; SV, : ) ;f I" 11 ;.'- put snbjcc' to .lest.This weekly, no doubt is entertained 'that tit : ptrtii'tt1urs.'Ilic from Ihe Territt-rv. Cd. A. MURAT will 'ut as

1\\. ;., !':-.L 1; adr; :) !I y .-'I's'' tJ 4' .dittr iti m tJ.h. f fii tr.ip. .f h s :s not so wll arranged as one he 1 greater facilities for cairying limit mail uponthis of NEUKOES will positively) be fcvld l as the! pursuits alIIIII"Y.! ; C. D.
: t in : ):nc time ago. I thpoiMrure cntirt-ly (litL'rfut fr..m -
Into I .: .. .U"I'.". .j.. ': :.114t. 4.fik' ii'ti.... :l1J.t. 10 rltoCf 1 1 The L.i i'!a-ivc Council were arranged with rer.Micc routo, will'cry soon Jring this way, the and he has en aversion to own tlu>t Kind of property pt.niti'i Jan. :i Ji.-f .. ,-

;. :h.:.111.1:: '"In: t4..e, I."jtto. \Ii:', c.m..d- {.' o thf! pon
s. -" .', \1".; 1't 1 'j'lC.f 'ot.'U1.\1 'c iu Ci2 :.r_ .Sl S I \\/Ii a ]prl"bllll mat. as.thc} population: incrc.i.-tl l the j Jan. 10th, lS3t. ((22id ) I J." I hive Par sjlea! fiat HORSE-rides -veil, ant
I jim; Jt rs vho-.ld !It. -
nnporii-med according tt' :
ii inn- '
| j is i i.-.e in haruts. J 13. TAI LOR.
'rIe i tli'r.. T-e lvi nearly I
Pr:: m' CT'OX. I AADVr.rTtIWt19 Cor.c 1'.lhln" liK''i'f: r 'Vc4I d civc ; v.- -.\ few days .
r. !1\I.: : : 3ii: i1.! not uj any .o t..e Middle! anden well known Plantation on r> Jii-k-m! !: I ------
J.I I 17
rt w -- t'VvM'y lii-ernl! and generous man would l he inclincd t ago, there sailed from this port, bound for I as the lands of i 11)1IJ,.' H'dtJy! E P i LADD
.\\:. ;; : j'hut.' i: Irlli'-\\ .
n io i to rf-c..n. ile! the dim'ultlr.. I Iaidii Texas 1',rt, I li ivin, the b
Wya tvas a nvcr.boat of about 15 18 on premises iit fify IIr .
c ,1 ,! t'\"dl'' or tons: I sixty acr s I \S just rei civ: l from New Orleans and NewS
1.1 1f
a 15 .m :! h.m-c'f very at the diliic, llif I f fiT. ofol'cn LuitN.! Fcr/f/J ; '
was f burllnMi. On :*,-apply: lu tore JO'II:5'n:
this frail S York of GOODS
I craft a jreueral assortment
' ; .' were embarked ,
Ue I
/ < in by hi neg't'ct of in !
in J.
'Ch duty pressing good 1 : or F. C. Il.irl v T.illahassee; or i-, -.u'J-.crihu'! :
: '| the and lulled f.'i' at tl is ""0l.! He has the
fa t1&)1 of
L i'crnutnal la'.v to cqnalizrepresentation.! persons property thiity eight SARAH[ WHITEIURST Adm''x.n .

'f: rTi::: n. ;':ilmr. j t M 1? h 1 ni i ivi i h ar.' tn- la\v: to pa.", and boa-ted j',;' iuumn beingii. There is a highly poelicitl and 9 h. 1831. [r22 q| Kct or N York and N Orleins! Flour

:. !, .J! ', 'I.I'< 'lint! after Jhffpuhlic} min.l l li 1.1.1 .."C"I. 1 : n: In: Jnd me in a po .i'id:1. where b' appealing: to !jj beautiful theory of th; Calhulrcs, to the oliect UNION Goshen flutter, \\'esLerri.IIaiii ;
'-i I! iM-j-7:i.; v-'i'; eCi' :nlit, & satia'r.l ,.vili! |j '.'" prei'-.dice", I wat.t.) b? Action l ly I1lJurc,. Thc! |* BANK OF PLORIDA.NOTICE .
I Mess and Pork
; > r/i r '\\'">:y. Jliii lic! p'ip'i \vuuld hara l xlnldle DiNtiii't loudly d.Mianded} ihir pav.! The 'I that every child is watched over and protected i. hereby given, That an election for prime ,

t ;...:. i* :.) ,tcl. 1 ''*irir.5)re..fltti\. '{ \\'l't..1tt f K/i-t niri; '''r(-;:.had the power, ind determined\ to hold,! from harm, by its guardian angel it may bo 11en'n Direc'ors' ot' th's Bank, will be held: at t lasUrn Potatoes, Onions and Cheese; .

. .. .t: .'Ji'I':1 t : -! g'f ,>," t'j..l \.v 1:1ll1': (' "tH'l1:1 LL L- ,I '.;j J i'ii: rid! of il'ilittle J r-ull trap !l-y increasing the I less poetical, but it is not less pious, to hope the Banking not \luJdtthe 1C h
: '. ; : cu ,'we,. l'V tht: iinbrs.. The} : February nt.ROMEO.
. : : ? a'ir1i:1 1"Y1ic" of, I II' : Diri -t I.fIdle: trionda increa-ed'' that Niter Hall Powder
I : .1 ,:,.1 ,1:'. .j:,,, :;.. I,,:1 :h!' e !t: '_'r ;.l1u. r a ::izil ur 'i1 the people: t-ilc! l 1 'IIlr.ti'r: e.jnality of'In ignorance has its protecting deities LEWIS, Cashier. ;
: "'1'.1.1,1.I ', .1\.1 : It is seldom that which }look Tallahassee 8th January [tt r' 5.1I1 J Country and Holland! Gin
: ;
: thing S
v nu t. vat ''t aI-*?. 1 '.1::!! ut t"Pp'utatioH I (.nJ :\-I-'i: azai:i in (I') Jtlt1.: (. j any occurs *
t i. : :,,: I':i V. )jiU "hC 't9-i.5. ; .. li.--- like The Editor of the Pen-icola: Ga/ette. Florida Iiiiporiul Tea the box
S I'C'! 1 sla ,' ." r eai:: eqrrilijy: in n'.nnber-. so a tempting of Providence, a.. docs this I ;! : I by ; ij
; :, .1. ,!-.- :,-'r1l JSia !! A f''ll'lt 1, :: f. and he -ei.T.e- IL-rald, and Apa'achi o'a'! Adve-tis will
" r -a. ; nullijy nn t. wl *? C T--C: /'vcry '.pp'-riunity! ente/prize. The chances are ten to a-I j please Domestics by the bale;
I' :: ?'j i 'tlr % *4$' ,'. "jd1j'!' v-.m: e I h.'r ;r i. ;p'r" :: .' "):rie Couip't-s' : tl&JU: -tieo' hns not lieen I j insert the ctbove notice thirty days, an I frwara their
All kinds Cut Nails
s :,'; '. : ". !j I t iiti-t, their reaching the land} of promise to fur and Brads;
V1.-r' a"roun
t.- l' 'I' t1sV in- jh.It. ,',- f dm 1 ?, ]buthe! rs.\cr tclh otlu-is tI tht-y have t too payment'
. ';:.. 'I,' f :.I;' :, 1.,,. ':;.J ii.u :. H,' 11 1..1., a '- u) -h. V.'hc:. <'\*,'r'' :.. and ;"-t iirni would( |I I\\htch they arc destined. Our adventurers NOTICK. HoiowYare ; X. Orleans Hum;

1 I i.i.'i. i >!is. '4V vi1 1 m shave h!.criii J I ..,.. tl'1 .-hr; l.h..r: ""1" ..".'- gi''a''\. i-i-tvc t the whole I. are the hardy children, (or rathei rani-chil. Poach: Apple and Cognac Brandy;
I ( b sold Au.-ti'--n
H' : I' \ ':L 1.1 'u1etia $1114t'. I I.b I -nitory 1 !hv iti.'ivasj'i nsoii'ir and' "TILL : at o'? the firn far ni1tt ;, '*
. ', "H.l! ? jvjir-'SXMiintion I! dren) of the land 'o cakes and are last I from "V of All kinds Shoes by the trunk case, &c:
a splcndi.l assortment
: I Eu-
; ; ; > M:2: auy ifiiiaj: 'ai I'j 1 fa inn '1) 1t''j 4 xi''tn:; to j':(' : Gurry n mrnln.r.! ;and !ias leli to the) very superior
. : .' : I : j Uchce Valley.-I b Rravin at my Auction Room. I lie v.-i.shus to purrhasv CO'.!f'l.JUT Skins and
'l J I
in: Legislative! ( itiijril. '
WOO 4i <%jjj-i3h! ', as 1 to :rs ;) >rt ;!! mure ctiiial'v.! if it I ?
.1" I.:..i i Jinin.-y lOrh 2Mw R. J. IIAGKLEY.N"Arl CMt' !ilt'. .-? h noi.\! DC.1 ?, t l.VI.19tf: l
v "iiie.o/ifcif "avii.j.Mevho.. c mr3"I 1 1. ii..i-it't \1',1t.! ; t'n" r'prsjniaiion.; \lr. Wvaiti. ,-. ? ____ ,
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: .v i .1.\ aid ni-jf.i of .r !. .. s itl ly nvn!; 'IIn I he T/'ir< .
i2't'a "
I .. 1" l. yn : J':1'ov nn rpp'-al 1 : I :: 0111' I1lrb-lll'-lI1\ bus b.-cn done but much 1 V' TJ NOTICE. }
::1' l J' J ii tit.i. 1 a' ij.k r;' : nl'., o j. : t, :n fi .! H--i; J'.1 I .1."j.oa :' .I'lj." L:">n and JL-JMTS.-. > :
1.. r .j,.L.. .ro- j yet remains l : to be do-ic." It was U! C IX wcus flerl.t I will apply! o t1J! '.l/c g* f IX m'>ntis! from ll.\tc.1 will fir) -si-nt my vouchersi(4(
i tl" tirit I I suggeite/ i I
i 'he!
of *
aciv ofTl iii .H" .th' .' j ; j\\ 'insM>r4iiie !( inr in I-jlis-oii! with 1 \ !, )
.". Ci Civ.trtof L'i f .
IIfh Lt-te"r.f
r j: ..' r..r Ie w-fl 'n' J 1 t tiie other day in conversation unty oirity >r -.3 I for a s ttlcin-int, and sluill! apply! j to the LIon> k
to 'e fli;' ",ifJ !Ilr".r 4''X .1"J t vij-i o tii n. }IIH In1 In- I'mIH' 'd nn na K oi nv j by two gentlemen! i "
\\duiinj- itiin the -tale: 't$ TIH -iHl.US l R.. TtoMAS "
on I. ( Dis-
: I C'nut O'adsdun Cttifltfiit Letters of
of the :;t.iiv; : '
: i" ''HII'" .1 "u1e" 1 "4.fl a, ia. \\ bl.1 j :1 ir' T:'j! c ni'in-.c it. I In fssii-sts! w.'h;: nIIt'r't: i lIanut !less high! in: the eslinntioii 01 ai!' lectru.'tl.TILlfI. j1ni '
\ la'O of said county / : .i;ioii; aJmraUiratvr! ot the of Thomas A.
,1. \I'j..t.:! : : :. .IJ.. lit prl" ; lit flj' .. J-". itl! siij.'". iinpVm bfir hoi: "rablvnifaie; ';11V: wouiil' j who know them I than in the service of thegovernoinent I- \\ TttAPKV/ELL as esiatc {
'I .jt'ea-si-il.
ll' \ f r',"" "-:'I'j'.f !Ja .lbt'hl" c' w.'. J'nt:' :1'H'.--. I IriMiinl. -."'Vtl.. !Jat with him I d-ire only! 1) exuec-t I .I that .there should! b-a: h.riji ve'sel placed 1 !;ii Tn.nrr Jti. 1, 1::. 'l2 Gw Ptt.I.JI: :, late of VKPHK.V"aiJej'i'Uy, S.; : PIDDLES, Aglni'r.N.ronr -

L.4:...... 'J'r,...:! a r. "j1'c..efJ :"i\;'. ndl} in 1' W-i.\! :., !. I ii's .pl t ti''li ',II1' I lii'Mid, many 1 ii I(.rii: j l upon tlie I middle gmtiml, at I the entrance 'ol the ; -_ 2.1 J t'4. 1 1f1
: ,4.1 ,1 j. ..rtJ lcm! Ju, ",' I c 'II1dmll for : -ii-'lif-t: ', him. j j LIST OF LKTTEKSiIAINING j
j uf r; :' iofl'. I :noi rne p.Tvingtli! : iiliiia) u j Hurbnir. rue i ihou!!lit was not !'\\' lo I thl'l1llJut i S f .
",. I .I J.t'S I.ifr) .ii' L n 4'HI'lt."; u-chir.T'.. jl b.j; as :her frc so..e in.'n of good intentioiis: who'jn 'j I the necessity! of the tiling seemed so obvious tons : 1:1:: \ i-i 'the Post Olllcc fit (t.ilw... Hu\ty n. ATKINSON, 4 4'S.: I II IS.

S UJ'a-I. !:id-,. <', fr: -.i eJ, .tt .I hc \.It i ini'ienced IIliUJ.. I 11:1\'t considerril the-e) to tint it ____ (.tii"n CoiKity; on the first dav of January, I .
:"I ''; u I, .1 b.i', ")'a'm'-a '11.1al' e :I.SZ'e J a H"I' JJt 'y ivinaikwithin l : the bustle of business, dtif to !i! as require should l lie urred_ IIHHI| the proper t 5535. \\hic.h: if rot taken ont before the 31.t j.iy ;,:- \Vt.Lt1i1 G. flzRE4.: \ !

III; ':,.1:t",'3.,11. .5.. 1 ',:d P .em.i I'ih.';' .; .ti'l"l C'iL! j m v-elf. JOS. M. WHITE. authorities. Toe meie commerce of the place j, Mirch, '18 >5, will be sent to) tile General ['-).f OruXns !II 1 II Defendant is !hei%''y n-nine-1, that me Plain I
: !iI,1 't-'i.\: siier id would nut, pcrhi: ;>.>, j-isiily I the additional expense rfi
I. 'j.f1l I"i in r( .-- I : I .VaJ L'tters till' has fiU\riit PETITION in tlie Superior: Court !

:, AI t'I.',...I\'J'I". : l t..(h1) in il.c-. rd.ttiulh ) ":i'I'-1 which 1 the maui:linuiT I 4f Sch; a Jg would: oc- 1 Brown, C. A. Grant, Joshua t"r the county "i" 1..1"IIJnti ,1 i.idle Oistl.t of Flori
''S of.U
: T UIUI""UI..' ibk. at ofr "' :I V LATEST FROM ENGLAND. ca i in; bu hell} I it I is conMsL-rcd tint the I j'JverrTment i: Burton, Teuerton -* Grc.T.CN.M-iry Ann da, t!> Fji'trl'ifg; a Jijftiigt ""VI:11 hv :j ho Defcn.lant toProperty

'S -", .... -ni', '.: .l,i-!llr1 t\ ,,'' rr1f'J'f". in'orar.o.: 1 t Oar; nt-vv.s runt '1' If. .Si/j/f/i/ Capt. Hirely. :j has millions at sli.\ ', ii: our ships of tva rl he |I Hrutcn, G. V.Prje H-mter, John M.'G. the s5'd{ Phltil\ ir.c h.HRiid -.'" 1mg describe J ,

: );; :.n'n Hei.nnio.| an invesii-/t .>n. :nd wyr- I l boirdcd (lie p.-ickct ship Europe, Cal). Marshall, j expense i is lost fo!i .riit olj: in tie: va-t: utility: of the I : J :m's J. S Janes L. H. 'wl I P.-r-r.i-xI.tto-.vir t :)-TV- Northwest quarter

,,4 f',1 U'1l1'1I1t.(1.1 "IIlflri: i'hGurcrifir and hM. *. i-ndx .I t from' Liverpool, at J 10 o'clock yesterday morning, object. I'y having !there a doubleiVif. in aihlitinn II I Bake! John, Kin.Micajah 1.:1I1Ih,! \\Vst half of the N.r'hua-t q'm irter of section

::. a 'Ilotan'. 'h, : with. \1- \V\3tt, nd ( .) flfl'fl... a til;) ante up to town at half past 4 in the afternon, to.t I Ie light I house on: t the shore! vessels! I Barr, Bartley. Kersey, ROll twciity-ei The North appronching )
( .
,1' Wtif'
"I' } II I (144! nol illtl'U} Bur: : Huc-li A. L''Trim-'vre James and North
to and
'ilrt HIl1"i. ; briiiVmj* the sliips ;jmsensjiTs and letter bujj*, the liarbour could the tIYtl1lyine, Township one I ange one,
.:: ; l'd U'11 'llJtin: .., it never experience Cro.nn E. l1rtrBriltt.- HetCroon \\r.oor. sit"t\ .1 in the Leon
.. 'J.1',1) :a ( c'otnty ()t and Tcrritnry
.11j nI from Lonl of November "
r' 'Je01 :i our ;ipors: ; : )ii I slightest) .
all the cmJJrraslIllII.-LI / /.
: 'il't'wl"itaIJI (s. J 11'1HoW h [ / < Hariy B.Ci'rncichan May 1, J.nnes 'If :o-it.l.! The West half of the L.l deinated.op
'it and of the dale. The E. saileil
": ,' rX.rc.; .. nf II\.rc'! ; to-In .1\.". I mn". Liverjiooil same John Nel'inWilliam: 2Campbhl. the urjjna1 pLm ff TaHJ.uJ.5sco. a; nUmber ninety-
1''r.. :hl.! if I hat "cu 3:: III 'xlii- o si i ilntl'I\: the! 16th Nov. Duncan NeKo.n Sjloia.n \'e--\ !
". I' Tae' .. .):,.ti' Tlie manners and ciuiomsofsuoVty are sometimes fesmlc: slave named Martha, about
.'- 'WI'" 111"1,11(' I "'.1''I' '0 J fr n'n cir MI>nPVrr The Europe had: l been 20 days on the coast, as cr.icl arlJitrarIn New 4 Ca.wcll.\I1. Oats Jains K. I years: of acf; :-.1 female slave named Sally about thirty b
.:.: :I II ) the tar I sij-! ,, Jmvv with constant succession of : She as they are Pe.ersjn ]Jartholvjmc\rJ I
endor>ol: ; a westerly gales. Cad -y, Thoina* Vovsofaire-and her chJ-l Kitty Ann about two
':''" i' !",I".r. or !tn\' l1I.l..H.d I it, :It "IC fir..t pc1'1 i iias: a n'ry'aluaIJle cargo, principally of dry York it wis: a t few years: .ig I, the custom Illr the DyKe-j, Josep'iDaiis Paul. Louisa J ofa.-e. C.LLV.LKER., i\ -1
: f: and retail I I
il.l\c cd
fancy dry f.lo.1tllrt'S beatieiH
.,. :: ,,.. tak'H Inr 111:11" tilt: I cJt'II1tIl'fI. : "'j,oll .. 'to on, KiahDou Rai-tchford, John PaJitl's! \1 oi-neys. ;
... ,'. :!'j .!ne t'. tH !)IJirilllJ:11, to :hc DISSOLUTION BRITISH MINISTRY ino/t whojy) : by young im-n. It I was: compnratiively hlass, D. B. Wym>, John I Tal.llnsse.e: o'.h Dcr. -17- .-\ -'r'1

Vio; I ",.: ):1.111. Itl" ;(v'1:1ifT.: It VJSS. r.l'u..f'.I: OF THE a rare t.ling: to see a young wonnn: bciiind a Daniels, Jessee. "' .'arren. Mo es 5 ----_ -

1 ". I r'" .i. .1,". I I 1 had I 0I1t.1 111 f.ormtllou. bt'I' .'/ tin- Itondon Morning Chronicle, o/Abu I 15. cfltI ii 1C1. I-.i Phihdflphia: j I il I has long been other- ',sties, Villiam C. .i '.on'e, H. F. For; &ale by /tic'thIE 'on. -

:: .rl"it.t'" t1r. '.\11 !J.:1t, he c'uul\l We Invc communicate the asloundin! intelligence Farcz Ann I letters: )-22-tw: '
S u" at II! I nnt II/Itiec : III : wi>e. Mttst: oftlll' hireel Irnjiiented by ladies: are j S (11 ? PLANTERS HOTEL ur.nerv occupied

..''t'S r ".l't'Ih"n" r" 1.CI tins) into frotH ih-j P :
:00.,.' t:%I. I, t"'n'1tn'I: I to exist. His Lordship repaired to the a; thousand times more agreeable for a lady to be say advertised. M. BLUE, P. M. S Mr. Kidder Moore, weil: known as one f the best 4

t n1 :1' retj t.t'1111" to'l in ) .) I K Thur--hy and returned last to situations fur a Public-House now ii Ta:laiiasse.
.JUr l"U"f .ay r'pt. iug on night announoe wlilctlllP in by one of her own sex whom she may TTIRGItI.1 ,
a h'n1p.1Ilt-llt, III til f ih" ILh l in."., that if !/.;I wlI 1 pre'nt tl) his rolleajjues the event. His Majesty consult matter; connected: with her: will he offered at Public Sale on the premises on
; hew CITI CS if-ainvt Govc.nor ) upon many I the 12th! 18'J5 at 1-3 o'clock.The
1 Monday
n- January
learn dissatisfiiciion: with Lord STATE LOTTERY ,
I rl\.lIl r"c we e pre-.1110 purchases that shv would( not! speak ol Lc e men. I
ipt au
a 'pnl bc
iu"S with House is in order
appoint, good every necessary convenience -
I 1I 1 h" \'(.. :., Ihem. M's Administration hut let it be understood, that -It i is however, in another p, of view, that we CLASS No. IF- \R 183i; attached to it, a particular description of

L Lt 1 tie honor j Uilw, \'n' rrsprr-f-rir: ,stIr "h.Ir. l he considered it an end with the death ur! the late regard this custom as particularly beneficial. It Drawn at Alexandria : dJanuary, 1833.Ii the property is deemed unnecessajy as it i* presumedany

t .scrn-- AN-JUE-V J. UONKLSON.AUJJ .- I En: I SI-ENCER, and the consequent removal of the opens a branch of business to a very extensive disposed: to purchase a property so rapidly increasing 5

til} >( ti 'an"11 )rcsctmt Earl to the House of Lords.-The i connections cDt4.OGO in value will examine it and for ***>"
: on the Pfe'ilCfl1, and h.' l pros- class of young gill respectable. ,, < nut judge
2'",..':.'1i? 'l'\cr.llcI'CfOO.| to rea-1 invui.-h 111:1'1 the pcrily of the country and the dissensions among who are tliereh>' cnab'cd maintain themselves I themselves. 4

S& Gtr) II' 0.( "-'111-- myself! (.uirar'wuis'y ab-tveJ hy the \Vbigs) and reformers, have it would apper, and learn:; by which they can advance i $ 12.000 Terms of Sale-One third cash, the balance on a
itud, in lnfrien1... It afj>cars, 3.1I aft,TW'l inspired the Court Parly with the hope of being llielr fortunes. credit of one and two years, with Interest from the
car own
that tho 1.000 &c c.. day of sal R. J. HACKLEY Auc. '
lIt! cjrlcmaiunot having his now able to make stand against all further rc- The number of employments which are accessible 5,00r400, -
d no'PL"3"It' on, had l.n-1 hi< hand on the private f that if Lord Melbourne's Ministry Tickets $500-Halves. >250. Ta'lahasse, Dec. 6 [117-nfl
irm--'FIiey see
females in this to fuse
to country, owing N. B.-50 Shares Central Bank Stock for sale
lnndic by
'e r anl! 1vas rcadiu what} \VM. WILSONSale .
? For sale br the subscriber.
ren11} call j Jus'CUf were to remain in office, thesinecurc church of and the ol custom, i is limited I R.J.H.
: pride, rigor very
'te! : vT. Jll111)l.ri'lil'! I I. Sale iiiTickets will doso' on the 12lh ins t.Jail. .
.1 that Ireland would be pared down and that the their best idleness -
glaring in
thousands -
.d I V'e cnars'((;< should! be inves1iuet and ) arc wasting days IQ.'h: 1835.: ..i11wNOTICE.!
I abuses in the Church would likewiseInTiciucdied. __
5>/ n'W chirps' and an agent t-uj not English only becaus: custom does not warrant them

It I jell: to'.llUVlSatc| them. The pledge) gi i.\11 ina The intervals between this and themeetingofl'arhment in engaging in certain ;pursuits for which they arc THE next term ofthe Schootin charge of the sufai
r \1' >l r"de.iej I t will enable! them to sound I subscriber has j just received and offers forBL will resume its duties on Jhe first Tue .
vitV ? fo'ind f ? inyi15 1 in c 'n3jl just a s well qualified, by their intellectual and physical rgliJE I in
the It is advised
inl fu'7: (' c.f the ivermneiu here, and at the members, and should they find them refractory men.-[JVit'/i Gaz. sale on very reasonable terms, a choice assort day January. strongly thatpupib he. .
:11. )powers entered at the commencement of the session.It .
I ) ,' a> Ill foadiiitor I ob- what men' grocerie*consisting in part of Coznac Brandy
? was was will be done
( )
ij 2 0 they try, no doubts can by Ii.IUUEL'- I is
lUae J h'iji S and old Rectified I expected that the Tuition fees of the last term
Rum Hollands Wines
) ; "i of Jam. Gin
nnn hmilitary ,
''JD'a someinsequetice .r- intimidation, of the constituencies in the counties.
will be paid before the commencement of the next.
S 3"tlwr I Coat un h:m. 1; under this pr' s- mistake committed. From 1 i ; Whiskey, Fresh Teas, &c.
e a greater 1 J.ELTYNG.
'.* I lari Pnivatelytu him or w*" c respectfully of"tddoT 1I I On Wednesday last, bv the Rev. M. Dubois, Col. S -\LSO-
this moment al! the dissensions reformers Dec 27 20-ti
\rl ,
lsc! among An of saddles bridles and l\Iar- -
assortment choice
t niy error, and wIll promi>e ncv- SAM'L. REID, to Miss CAROLINA J. ALSTON .
I h are at an end. Tlie question is now not whether linsaies.-purchasers will please call and examine for NOTICE.

Co1Iffiiakrajn R. W. William's le'ter: before I more or less ought to be demanded, but whether themselves. ALX'R. FORMY DUVAL.Jan. .
us will made at the next March
\j J h lL r cOlnnWed, I .hould never have been in we shall bend our necks under the yoke of the con 11ARIMLIST. -Jd, 1 835.Jltf( ) APPLICATION Court. for Leon county, for

2cE I It was not until som* time after this servatives. The fruits of ihe new administration: JilX weeks after date, application will be made to a settlement of nil the accounts ofthe Estate of DATJS
dsthp irman of the Comnittee: placed ia myth will be soon felt in Ireland. God grant that Ire ),*S the Hon. the Cixnity Court for the County r FunD deceased, of which all concerned will take due

| Pres1TrS: fl'':>1 h)' Go/v !ural, and those Sent Imd: 'may not become the'thealre of udspeakable; PORT OF ST. MARKS. Jcffers m for Letters of Administration on the EstateofGRASDlitON notice. BEN CHAIRES, Ex'r.

') when} I aw, for the first time the I -- GLOVER BETSEY FLOYD Ex'tr%,
calamity. : ,
Kf:Mfkibed e Cltres!o Vya"1 hy C<>"Williams for'his The Morning Chronicle the 15th, contains S AURITED, deceased.WM.. P. CRAIG.Jan. 19h! December, 1834. [I9tds] _

rnt Perm t him, to wit. : the refusal! of the the risnew8of the 18th. Information had been Jan. 1 Drig Dromo, Kearney, from New York. 3J. 1835. |121.6wl -
Indi to s ll to NO T.I C E.
spirituous liquors _
:rV! nCot. Williams tlju characterized received by telegraph, that the Spanish Chambershad Jan. 4 Schr. Lady Washington, P. H. Swahn, from Executor's NotALL .5 having claims against the 'estate of
New persons
Ill/dtt ey are old and -xploded agreed to recognize the foreign debt, inclu- CLEARED, persons indebted to the Ef.D" G. H. ALL F. YQKGE, late-of Gadsden county, are

t. Jn k'i. ri/lliatiur: *" a sPirit of revenge, and theGuebhard loan. By acconts from Bordea'ux hannah Wilson with Cotton for wis, deed., are hereby not$44rCqU1re(I hereby notified to present them properly authenticated -

?* all 11 b.? Some lcnw to be false tnd be"'this of the 10th, Espartero had beaten the Car- Jan.t York.Brig Susqu to make immediate payment to the *&iVid: and I without delay to the Executors: And tenoM Indebted

a *"itho.n foundation-"nd: m1.1i ius.- lists atSournorostro ; and Don Carlos, in lear of New Jon 4 Brig Juno throp, with Cotton.Tor New all! persons having demands against ** e estate to the estate are requested to make immediate
. ht vmd.cti\'e ,
l of the ran.-orous hosti'ity, ascribed Mba had removeJ from Ognale to Santa Cruz de York. will present them duly authcnticotROMIO ii.j.-; payment JOHN W. ALONE, ) UCU ' Ilttlla.ll the Governor to permit him to sell I Can 1lero. A telegraphic communication from Schr Daniel Webster, Stephens, Cotton, far New LEWISExor. of Esu i. ;1J ',.ewis. T. J. KENAN. .. '

Indians. "the ) Tallahassee Jan 3 &1-(, :. !"1. Quincy Dee 4Ui, 1834. 18-8w
"J acquaiatanc- with Mr. Wyatt I believe Bayonne. ofthe 12th says- insurgents were. [. ,


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WOTICE. 1 NOTICE. Gerardin & Way, the Books of subscription for the residue BOW AiD'

between BLINDS wanted to work on the Tallahassee RailRoad Watch Makers and Importers of English and the Capital Stock of the Union Bank of TONIO .JJtXTU .

THE Law partnership formerly D. Westcott ex ting Jr. hath KM. for the ensuing year. Persons having French Jewelry and Fancy Articles, Florida, will be opened under the superintendence ot AND 1
P. Booth and James ,
able bodied hands will call on either oi HouseJn the J
to hire, please ceived at their es the Board of Directors at their Banking ANTI-COSTlVfcpU
ftn dissolved by agreement. the undersigned, or to Capt. I 1. F. Simmons. HAVE r Mon roe-ct. of Tallahassee, on Thursday the 22d Januarynext. .
March, 1834. CHAIRES : '<'nt on City IN consequence nf the atfem.t
late arrivals from New York, :\): to impose ', .Whl h.
WILLIAM KERR, by will be to file their \"Illnahic : or thte
A CARD.T it. BETTON. I a large assortment, among which I Subscribers appraismouts .fef1icim's on the ,fbtat"'M
viz title to the property, and Clerks Certificates eluded in the following : I papers of .'
contlnunnre 0 are '
n. Ys: "C' 'Tt' Jcj trtR a Committee on behalf R. R. Company. I
th-t ofliw of RrrofU. ," r' '' Ha. nnd nccvpU'd the(}omllllil lon 21tf .. I Gold and silver Watches Ladies at the time of subscribing.By turf to en few esIab1js-I 'b't ,t .f a.-

S Altftrn-'y f '1,11 l, District,chiefly that Iv' rniht Tallahassee.,. Dec. 1831. __ Watches, Gold Earrings, order of the Board, ltpplf.the regular dtmflndAIIu1It: : *'"-' ""

devote !u8lin.: fi' .d i urcnittie(9 to the FactlCP of Orleans Packets. Breastpins, Fingcrrings, Watch ROMEO LEWIS, Cashier. Medicines will be t'tPpll or tr.
the Law ant h" in- n* friend in Florida and rlvli re. constantly krnt I
; Tallahassee Dec. 20 ((1 9-fw) whose the
that all biisin; "!" f'1. -' <\ to him in the rvvirt of Appeal", mnnyof ;i:1t The schooners LADY WASHINGTON Chains and patent Keys, Gentlemen and names and residence' ore arT. *fr.

the Couru of II;- AliJ.ilc! Dislnct. ."r i in tho SuperiorCmirU ) \ Capt. P. H. SWAIM, & WASHINGTON Guard Chains, Shirt Buttons and Studs, plain! and NOT ICE. "3 proprietor wishes it cli.ttilclili fm';CTstooJ $, anit
('OUII'It-* 1-1 \\ rt Florida or j4 !1.2t :
Franklin be
of Jackw nut Ink-stands.
the M. SWAIM will cut glass Beads of every description: no responsible jar the Ire './ .yf' h ti
ofDccaturand Th.':a* Countiort, G'nria, will receive asd Capt. run Stockholders* in the Tallahassee Rail Road u.ln..
JIIo..t punctual' and assiduous attention. regularly during, the season, every month as Packets, Bronzes, &c. Perfumeries of the best quality, patent THE :\y, are hereby notified that an Instalmentof W at 1s AV any Pe r.'mu. eZCept .isquj nt1't"al1! MirtiI ; :

Tallahasseelay 14, I 31.DISTIUGT between New Orleans and and St. Marks. Pens, Ladies' Boxcsttf every size Scissors, PocketBooks two cent is required to be paid on or before the Spurious mixtures have bc-n mileniblc -.,,'j'.". nI 1.1. b- !'".'

OF-MIODLE FLORIDA. Per. J 3th, 1834.-IS-Gms Baskets for ladies and children, Bea,l-Bacs, 25th day per of January next at the Treasury offic inTallahassee I qualifies ov two pVGadden ,-'. -" ;,. '.1 Pffl
India Rubber Bracers, Pistols: Percussion Caps, Look ""I !! counties. and perhaps h.. : Lelt III
In the Superior Court. BOOKSlTSTATION By older of the Board. .! -n, .
t. ARY. j IIG I.lsscs, &c. &r.TllIahn.c dou.nlcss! be imported from New: aDa .
; R. K. CALL President.! I or'\t I. ttI
Dee.JO. Is34.
In [ ]
M. )
subscriber has received a general assortment .October 183-1. (Otf! ) therefore, who wish.1 to .rarticle s' 11t.

: STEPHEN versus K. Bxnox. >> Attachment.fKTOTICK THE AND STATIONARY, which he offers to A PAL AC--1 1 ICOLA IOTKL- Watches, Jewelry, &c. I can lie sure of getting i jt ,'"-JJ-tntHfg, I. t Ie g.J&(1.I'....

is hereby 'sivcn, that process of AttnchJL his old customers at reduced prices among which are above Establishment will lie open for the re The followingccn'lemcnarc( t\yva9n '

slated THE Boarders nod! Travellers by the 20 in : subscriber has just re r.'. B. Perkins Genera! Agent ;, 1"1fu.
"I mcnt has been issued' in the above cause The Token for 1835 : T'WE at 1.a'' Il
odd i if;ions! see.
and made returnable to the next Term of said Court. stant. JNO. T. MYIUCK, ProprietyAp.'aolicoU.JSth ,.'- stn supply Kerr 4. Sturgrs, Agents for sJnmes r 'I""k

The Defendant and all others concerned, arc notified Affection's Gift ; Orts,shcr I "31. I()-3n1: __ of WATCHES, Jrw ET.RT, :n.TKR .- C. Erre! do. n. 3I ]
: and Christmas Box ; f- Srooxs, &c. which he offersfor I Guiding & Folsoni, do. ,=; .kn" ;
of! the same, and arc hereby required to appear: 1;jl! S liIr.Ui'INi .' 1 'of'L
l.le.ul! to the declaration filed in acr..lnbnce'lth the The late Novels, ti" ? ) sale on his customary reasonable units' jVilLir..v.''C o d'>. 'r. I''1. ".
.,.- e fJ
Instruments I term v Tho.vm It':vuuler: do.! .
z. Statute such made ami pro'itlctLJ Surgical $c. j U'
m case Jlii'l a great variety of FRKDKIHCK; TOWLE.Oct F. Potts, do. tI'WI1. J:

2(1i October:! IftVt.A. BERTHELOT.((18if ttndtrl1111'' :I isccllncousVoics] ; SHAVE just Deceived a full supply ol fresh I : 4th, IS.14. (Stf) :)1.\1.11',1 Fiirflpisnnt d,). TI J .UM h a

-_Tallahassee ( Srhf ol and Blank Bo'>ks, of every description ; Medicines and Chemicals. Pure The subscriber has employed a 1J'chVke1dirert P. \\r. Gamier. Jr. ihc!u. ,l nll\.fi. tcIf

: For Sale, Rogers Extra: fine Pen-Knives ; POUT, MADEIRA & 3WSCATELLE H7.NT, from England ; and assure tie! publi, that any work I Holmes. & Williams, do. LT'.ii ".t:i1J.. Ifc1'

a: A cood PLANTATION( in Gadsden Ink, Ciuills, Paper, Tape, Scaling-Wax' i in bottles t i imported specially f lor I the use of the entrusted to him in hi> hic; shall be done promptly!: JOHN R. RO'"...\'.,'. IjElR ;,.'Cla...........
Pocket Globes, for Childrenc.. $rc> .t r.
AMPUTATING and in the brst minni-r. F. T. 1 (
4 County, I 13 miles from Tallahassee: 10 that his Cmi sick. Weigaml & Snowlcn's superior I :-. I-SrnI J .
The subscriber a ho informs the public, -
vulcsTrom Q1Iincanll11 miles from thc OchlocUnee TREPHINING, OBSTETRICAL, EYE, DISSECTING -
Lir.nAUY is and one can become Commission Business.subscriber StormyShipper of Cot'---
i CUi.ATO now open any Storage $ .
T, containing'SOO acres, 700 in cultivation, with a subscriber with the terms. and POCKET INSTRUMENTS, in cases. wi" .
-c commodious Sugar-house 3rst rlfe'ertical a on complying STOM\CH PUMPS and 'PIPES, Silver Lancets and r.UE will! receive COTTO: and Goons is' VSTURfJKS attend to S- ,1I and ,
> \lltI size and all the : &c. JL Storage, of Produce :."'commission. ): G"tton-they Il1) "
'-\- Kettles ofhinre necessarylaralus Lancet Cases, anil Nurse Tubes on or dispo ) I CY.ioii ,
for tafinjr off a larsre crop ofSugar Cane- November 1st, 1 1834 12-tf An assortment of D1UED HK11RS from the His Warehouse is comparatively '.?".Tf' from 1 entrusted' the I' Ptutss rare for .I.u.'m", r.3market "7 b:
framed Gin-house first rate rnnninir-arcar.and fire. "'. C. MILLER.I or elvwherc', ,.-' !
large MIXtURE Shakers '.vhich Lemon Balm *
-:imon are Vatnep, '
ROWAND'S TONIC purchase at cither their Stores in TaHalm 1 ,' .
Horse Mill. Up-
i.O saw Braintrec Gin-A good Fefir 1- '11'I ;
Hysop, Mint, Sage, Sweet Majoram, Savory, Marks. (J. *..r. 'A ,
Irds of 20 tOOl Negro Houses, all with plank floors, CASTOR OIL, QULJXE, c. &c. Air. 'V I. MANET., Tallahassee; __ -- --t I"1..1 f.J .
.l all OttBuildir.c.vlhc purchaser can Thyme, Cellery, Col. JAS. GAR Jc.lTcrson .
>BCX, or
necessary Also the celebrated ltin LIT EXI" for Rhcumali.Mii -
1 furnished with Petit Gulph Cotton Seed, gratis10 50 cts. bottle Me' srs. CUISOLM t. -TAILOR Charleston. >

-:' bushels Corn and 10,000< His. Fodder, for sale on etc. SPICES of every Kind-Genuine INDIA CURRY. Marks, Nov. ), 1834.-I5-Gw ,
Medicine !
excellent OTElj :

". place: All of which will be sold extremely low hoi tiC. English French: and Prentis's Soaps and Per
in colic bowel &c. cts. .
cash will sell for half cash, the balance In 12 complaints, fumery. Mrs. Miller's celebrated SNUFF. May- ,..\.I'"f! \
,- onc" 1)r. STOUSE IKFANT DiioW1 for bowel complaints 0 Bargains 13m'gai1ls ]lots of llargain3 ,. ., 1 f I'e I'C
"'nths. Those disposed to puHiase, will do' well to children 25 cts. bottle. nard &. :Noye's celebrated INK and] INK I POWDER- r \,,\ ,,-. ..: '"-. J4. ,
received: Gertrude from p't1imllrf"! I :
which will be shown per brig -.. ., \ '. 1
til and examine the premis, : THERMOMETERS HYDROMETERS, &c. Jl'ST ..
) ,
Dr. WEAVER'S EYE SAI.VI: EYE f. sale low for cnsh -- "' '' -
residing] inUuincv 2- cts. cacu >r a general assortment .
v Overseer on the place, or myself,
my WATER,' ) E. B. PERKINS. of ft IK 1C Ell I ES, consisting! nf i =

' .Nov. ,I.Gadsden|(I2tf| coantv.THOMAS PRF. TrN. Jn._-- no.V'.mn Do. Itch Ointment Tea &,Salvo, 25 37 per Tallahassee, Jrly:: pM( !S31. [ 18tf] _.__ I Ia Fresh Flour, (this year's crop) I --i.1i- 4J1 6 \i

FRESH- GROCERIES. Do. Tooth Ache Drops, 25 cts. bottle. LOOK ATStore THIS !cf".tL I'acon and Hides, :.New Orleans ar, I r' .j ... 1.i t 'tI

t The subscriber Itns just received and offers/ j Pickled Herring, l Iice, Soap, Liquors| "c. I .'=, #.-f" '. .,'.:.L..k. .. .I'o._, "."; .-1 ]
"THE ROICH & BED-BCG BANE, which offers nn t. 'fli..oo i.I. .
GllO.: H. f ; : -7 fi
BBLS. Flour, rill-etna! of &c. of Roaches and New Monroe-st. I r _;\i "" h, '
means clearinghouses :
30 I October, 1 Q3 t. [rs!f ] i :1 "Ift" Eo.
10 do. Kiick-Wheat, BcilBugs.Sachcromctcrs' -- ._. I 'tl.-J-... .4- )
: ----- -------- ---- -- --- ---
.\"exl donr to R. .1. Ilackleifs Auction Store. I -
S do. Writer Crackers, II y'l ioinCt' ers, Sugar Boilers, Thermometers III the Cciinly Court r.f Leon County Florida.EllWARD 'S1r: 11,
with a general assortment of fr'-sh!. DRUGS, 1"1 EO. II. LINDENP.ERG rives noti.'c. tin1T I tt- :.o.rt. i
-'i .
25 boxes nI isiu-! PERKINS he has recein.lpcr schooner riitrmn.! of IJnIti .. :
&r. received E. B.
.just by .j '> .
vs. Asiltfl1p1t.1.DWARD
20 do. Choose, more, a gcneial and compl. assortment c>GOfMS, .\ ...( . '
(M, -1, 1 M: 1. [S-Cm 1 (nt !lst. UARSWCM. 1..1" f' I" .1. .
: Witlfnn -.rtmentof all kinds of Groceiics for :- : ___________ consisting of Dry Goods, Hardware, China and GlassWare ) l-T'II j: _.L( 't UI; .1 hni. -.' fivt,r.d,:itactioiito a
NOT ICE.:: Shoes Hats Groerri'-s and [Provisions &c. &c.I r 'lIE dcfcndcnt anJ cdl nth"rs concerned lirrrin, io
_Je at the lowest r; ,11 111'"s; I lire! rsilj: ', ', .'zMUol"iu\ I1ranee
GEO. H. LINDENBERGER.December persons arc hcicby notified, that the under eel great confidence in invitinir the attention of the _B_ arc n"tifu-d that an ATTACHMENT ha< been su -d C'lIt'lHlL.tI; Crnncctim ., 10

ALL nca1 Administratrix of l AnD JOHNSON, late citizens and in .Jleral to this rstabli.slinient out of the Otiirr of the CU-rk of tin said Cntirf, and : .
G.-17tf country pcfttioiith3! fair C.t. h v:/c tft.n! .
_ _ _
----- of the county of Leon, tlc-eascJ, intends at the next as I um determined to make every exertion to supplyall : they are rtquir* d to :ipp.-ar anl plead to t1.-! deflara- 5tat ;tl, ant sat.stC'I": : .'*-. furcirncss "-, .

!ij1JDf/L/Jt\ FOR SALE. Spring [Pbrctl! Term of the County Court of said who may f.1\'our me v. itli thcircu&toni with fir"t. ra'c lion couforinubly Jly uijh die Siittut of the} rejr/s.-jcntatt >!r, .1'1,1! .

; undersigned hr-.Mi; ; purchased of General County, to settle he account of h her administration, articles, and at siHi prices as cannot fail to give jier- I EDWARD CHANDLER, characteri: :"ti!:: ai'iieait.j 1:sjts---: : .: .- :. C

TIE Fa 'ca thctovrn! hin L-.jnd!: in rioridafran-; and procure her dismission and discharge as such. feet sat i iSfaction to all who have reasonable expectations Oct. 11 1 18'il.-[Iiw3m I'or Phinlilf. 'II'! i-s tV.iru'-iSiinii< ,'tinci-niii 1'; sv :' '

ud to him by the Con; r.. >-, of the United Statcs, oficime Sopt. I 15, I 1E.SI. (fitf] MARY_JOlI SO.'J. Adm'.v. --Tallahassee'- --Auu.--9, I 1S34.-:---r2tfJ I _ -- tif.(;}. : L:: i;. .; .. .. ,. .

same for sa'c. PLANTERS' HOT3S1 I alhha5 "(. '-i.', :. rCa.:
This land i is situated ri the immediate neighbourJnodof CONSUMPTIOTC I
is for fertility of aj? 1 tIE snhr.rilJf r hag taken the PLANTfr.Hoi I -.1.. 1 -
Tullnhasscc! ami bu'icvcd
) rT.TCTION- :. : : 3 nnd' {tnkf. '. his friends I
toil, and local advantage- Ijn more valuable than i a F I) tiiisopportunity : *

insy other ]land in the t.vstory.: DC MONTEKAT'S COI.U1JJIAY'EGr.T..\I.r : and the public that :his itoi5E >\ ii! be open for their re Il
::ion on tjic! 1st of Murh 1 ':11.1.24tf l
The Southwestern p.t.; t of i the tow nship adjoins the : SPl CIFIC. j! tcp II

ay of Tallahassee, frn .1 which point to the shipping! the valuable discovered furI I .KIUDARM.! : .VOOKG.A .
most remedy ever yet -- ---- -- --
jrt of St. M.uks, a die ucc of alnm wenty miles, IS 'F! I
: cure of Cough, Culds, Ccn-tunpluin, .'?,/.*/\ j
rail road i is in contcm.i.xtion. to be made, in a short anil
A SALES.-Thcsnljsci-ibcrhavingloca- Spilling of Wood, and all I diseases of the Rrcndl 'I

"I1C.Then \'h\ioll! 01 tl.St.. M-iils river has been rr- .ZlLlcd t himself in Tallah.irsec, proposes to do a -en- Lung Prepared by J. llOYD, Philadelphia. It I !
the disturbed give.s strength to the i -, : : ?? 14 % 4I
end commission business sale composes iLnnirs .
regular days, Tuesday
: '
ntlv improved!, to a ;v)intithia six miles of the #- : t:v'n7 -
and Saturday.llo repairs the Appetitein.proves the Spirits, etc. -
of ; which will afford
out'icnslcrn :u township, T.Tias-.P.'G.A--J
part -
certain of will: also attend to administrator i and.1 olhcrsalts Bill of Directions a"roiopanyiiig < i>'-i bottle ofthrj I II (

iavi jntion for a c.1IC \' i and transportation in the county. ROBERT UACKLEY. I Specific, pointing out ill a nin-t cms'-picuoits! :; Il I : A.DE 'iiul 1 ?ot1! wholesale! ., :. !

1rodiice. March 23J I I.tli the in,t their dilTcrem sla-ic-s (,the j ? f .
1833. ,
33tf: symptoms 4.
Tais land will !>r ; M in parcels to suit those wishH2 t:.1 in Vr'deriek J ('PflJIV. Is1.' by CronePrith :
N. B. Instruments of wiitin? executed with neatness I and parI icular dirccl ions rC' pecti.I: lhf: treatment while :
) to purchase on a credit from five to eight years, i..i tIie l'alcnl s\itIa Bo. Ja.ikIli9
despatch, by n.. 11ACKLEV.. using it, together with Many well authci.ticatcd certi- The
fit rrasoniWc! price- -III1st'Jo,1alJ1 to purchase will! nb.-.vo Ointment i.4 otVirrd to 'h.paI

J'1akeapplicatiul1 to t-uln-r of the un'dcrsi ncilM'lLLUM YSPEPSI.\- it-CO\lPLAIN'r.-1 "atcsof cures, etc. ? ar.d certain remedy for 'I.I! J nhstio-
In consequence of the great and i increasing! dt mano .
Ii. XUTTALL some ofviich! have so lo'jgbatlledtjie .-,! .
PL?Dr. J. P. PETCXIS, Pr.-Jisor Pbysi.lcgicalXt'r.'Hf ,. for this specific, the proprietor i is enabled to reduce the .

HEOTORW HRADKN, \vLn, for several ycnrt, has devoted his entire pi ice to 75 cents per bvttle,thereby enablnigit to ro.c I
WILLIAM P. CRAIG. While! Pwnllinfr every. 'ri"*
the trc-umentof c'nv.jifcor inveterate dis. I
to .
within the reach of all .
I Tallahassee November 23d iS33. 13tftfovjrran oases, lias !tt ec.' :led, by flu-.ruical analysis and syn- CHAPMAN'S persons Anli-Dyspcptic Fills. FULL supply of J L..udrt.I.-* superi.r gnrden, I. "d S.i--j, .[.";' .and LrcoKofl-'n!: ?.
:uJ'TIie Ni'cJI"fI' ( Charleston Marury, I tbesis, in f.r.'i:: : a C'liubiiiation from several irox I- i ji.licrb and l!.>u cr aet-j: j'ul! mul \\;ir.iitesllich I : r.'Irl'll! >or jlantidar Tu.ii'ur 'r
lutitlltiJlficf Sa'rll!' Inoln' \iiillcdgeville I These Pills have been s'lectssfully u-od by thousands I!vehr"ned! I lRinnur.-tii women"*'j'fs i--
:C5tr C '. J
: mate rtf '(- ;.' }1'I'iloictn! which ho has <;ivfi tl-- ; ; by I:.. u. PEliKiriij.October ; .
an,1 Stl.I' : who) can testify to their superior cillciu-y (ovs'r limps |--ii\nte in ulcerated .
Georgia; ]!:t"oIO d E11-JII:: 5), Pilcigliic name l 1'dicin.c Stnma iii'a et Ilepaticac ; which has I 20th. I Itf.ROWAWD'S can; -
-. C. ; will publish hPo aho\'r. for ciglitweeks and for proved far imrc clacient tli.m any; remedy herctuforc many other remedies now in uw) I f.r tlu-: cure of Dyspepsia -- I 1tfj r.jS.Mis or what same poopfe! :Liiow by .

ir'iil thir accounts to this office. discovered, in curing lln-se distressing maladies ofmill ( in all their complicated furmsthcy give strength 1,1 I Catanhs, of every dtfseri-tf--n.; h
to the debilitated of digestion repair th-j : .
organs appc- Rheumatic !Paiiiiof t'lejoi'! '
( );: ) BUS- : and 60i which arc jrf:crilly comprcacndc.1 under I
ttite and sickness of the stomach ha- 1.1 .
,removes naurea >
WAREHOUSE Sprain: and Bmi"P\'l'lv'rli;
\, ELORIOATiie the sweeping terms Dv- i'ci"'i\ and LIvEnCFLATS1t -' I 'I'ONIC \1IX'I'LrRE. 4'I'
bihial c.o.tivcness, head-ach, palpitation of the II rt, 1\1ttp.H itIJ1f.'.
: p.l't
subscribers associated themscU-rst! ctliruruler is likewise an almost certain cure for enrtf ,
having the SPLLKN and many other nervous affections. They contain no f. FULL :lI'I'Y| of this i \ lIlU!'!lf M-'di-ii'C: ih i- just| I 7th Tellers of all Lsn-R hu It tl.;.f.-.ini-'air!;:. J!:.
the stile and fnm of TOUD & II -I1UIpurpOC :. Lrgeniint i '
\1110n the iaanJ Li\ Mercury, nor do tiiev sicken the itomac':, tlicy are a l .received. I tall hurcahand. :)' .ivc i it CI.i.}st..U1tiy on ; ticnt, ir. applying! the I O5ifiner.t must k"C:> "J
transacting a Gvcril WARE HOUSE aidOOATVSSO.V ; symptomof Dy&pcp
mild and safe cathartic : their is no restriction in diet 1 out of \vanr'j !
Unslness ul l'iqac!,icvi. Havingnade }plaints, arc llatulcncy, sourness or burning in the stomach
inth or drink or exposure to W(t or cold while using 'Jiem. IT is u'AUii \NTKD TOr.F. A s.\rr. ANDnnMKiiy EFrCTAL t j Sib r Ciil'l.'! I: in-s, or p.rl aHlcte.11{ t bV' fr-nt.
suitable arrangements Tvith several vessels for melancholy, irritability, disagreeable taste (
which is Bill of directions vill accompany each box of Pills, Von rp\i.u ANI'uu.E, IF TAKEX ACKKF.AM.ETO : | It is ali( ., one of the fn" t renti'd.'rs f for Ha-
theI'fcl tfinsrorlaiioii: of Cottoii, .C. cither to New mouth; great irregularity ot appetite, sometimes .
which will their cfiects.F'ou1 1
vnracioiu and at other times deficient fully explain TilE Djr.ECTioN.s. llcuiiti Laviiisr Li :.i) ciivuartd i Scalds. It niusth'f: pai.i :;nd draws the: 1UT:
Vork New -JrV'ins and at all greatly
having facilities
or ; ;j. the well known of Pills f.r .' r
reputation tr.ese I that this niixluru rontniu'j arsenic I dire<*tl.j t 'ilort jIJlf'.
thirst futi-1 br -\lh weakn-ssof the stomach S-y l
within th nuke rtasonnlte ilwictsnoon n-iusen,
tames 'irp-iwer to ( ,
and nictations ndrov.-sinc3ss many years, tic proprietor' (J. BO VD, Piiiladt-lphia) the Proprietor t'i >:.y that these IT portun: IIUCI ftltand ; For Inflamed Wonicr/s Urca.-?. and (;.:. I,
alpitui' % i-rcgnla
prodrcccoi.-iini'id: to their care and management j/ rity I ,
tlir services and ; of the bowels on the stomach after deems it unnecessary to give any further detail of i I nm alsulItllllril.d to olTcr: a II.Kurd (ij I 10o ,- H%LM 'Ii!ing o. :-ti-! superior: h) -my If'JiciJ'f"'
would tender meals
rcsjM'-tfully so- pressure I
they : them. A fresh supply has been received, anti fur sale dlhllars to) Oily one who v. ill pro\c the exislciiCt th-i! medical? I'utIt! j is much safer t IMI! ". \
in the head dizziness: I
confusion if
1J.'.it a liiid :ul h p.itr.inn in the above line of business pain vertigo ; ,
by appointment by K. B. PERKINS."Tallahassee the least particlo: of Arsini;:, Mercury of prepartion of that m.iteri.I.) Ler. :'
iilcdjing I 'heir ""r Otlllt.11,1 uiJirfrfiuxl attention to all mind, attended with the loss of memory, a gnawing I any :l li
] No\ 23d 1 l"tf cr other poisinous ingredient in it. I not lay the patient liable! tu luji'.ry from I '-
imshiess consigned to them, cither for sale or other- I in the stomach when empty, chiilincbs, afTL-clion of I any

i, vise. sight and hearing, pain Jut weakness in the Lack Salt, C-1l''t 3aggigBile Rapt and Tlt'l1u'. : In order to prevent imposition from couutf rfr 15, r.o ; roM.!
Houses StcJrcs disturbed cold feet and hand.4 tremor.uneasiness I persons except aulhomcd agents will be furnislicd: IIi \ This Ointment has c r;!dorescf innny *w? (11
Their 'Vnre and Close arc undcrpjoing languor, & ei-p, I. '
a thorough repair will be large and commodious, in the throat, caugh, pain in the side oi KERR k STURGES OFFER FOR SALE, i I the Proprietor} with the mixture to sell n ailP.1 ing. Where it i. ii>i>>o-io'ble; or iniprw-l;nt t' .

situated in a dcriraMc: part of the town, and as ex breast, &c. (. O SACKS Liverpool Ground Salt, in vie n;''-nt f-'r Middle Florida, and a'm ass.ned !t'y M.Ilov.iind external sore, in consequence ol" the bone |IC

cnptfrorn the dangers of fire as any other houoc, of a The above! maladies lead to organic affections of th( p .: order that (excrpt a small lot sold to Mr. Kcclo: ,) I can us or rotten it will s-toptiie progress oft t1!!'*

I not a single bottle has been or will be sent or sold hy I increase the quantity of the discharge, removefuuiive
sunilarcharaiMcr, on t5io: Point. stomach, liver, and heart, terminating in DroJlsyCon. 150 pieces 42 inch Dundee Bagging ; ,
WIT. P. FORD (htc of Augusta, Ga.) I I sumption, Apoplexy. arcordinfj to the climate, habits 100 coils Bale Hope him, to any [person in ;Middle Florida, except to me : I Kineil, and case the psiu.

EPWn. J. II.VRUIN I sex and tcmi{(MMnmit of the patient. If 'Irtenic! has hem tliscocefct' in uny inictt're caltcfIJ.7r'i7zi' It cures th:worst Fclo-ns or Wliitlows tI" ar.sucation
( Apnlachico'.a.) nije, 250 I hs. li(>st Rmrlixli. Ri I.ill'" 'I'ttri1TbIIissceAig.3l C
nEFERKMES.Steicart Fontainr J. P. PET Ell; M. "" .Of, it must liuvt bee.i htsuine o///c/ spurious i.'i- i of -1? hours.Rheumatisms .
$ Smith <$ Prepared by Millcdgcville ; ; : : iH.j:. : 1.1:1'T'Olt ; awbs&: II
Morgan, J. S. CllfWH1.! JV. Perry, $ Co. T. $ M. Inventor and sole proprietor.Testimonials. [ tultoits. A 1l1'[ 'r.>H13 lheTforc, i ho \vibh: the gfmilni.Tvnic which! have stoo-Jso !ton!' !.

Evans Co. n'iiitirl fy : % ,- .-Niunep/us --ertiP.cates might be ad purchase I

Pit1in.N cw-Y cde.R. by using thc&e medicines; but the following are thought 333)3) PIECES DUNDEF.!. BAGHIXG l" lb E: 1): PERKiNS! Sole Agent for Middle! 1'h: 'rda. I cases by applying this Ointment externally! a \ '

\\V. Grtsorii! Rix-rt $. l/.wthfJ'II.-N. Orleans. sufficient to sntisfy the minds of the most skeptical : to the 'artl.-And (Q3)> COILS BALE ROPE, ofbc N oct.: t r.t!. it will! give relict And even in old llt tIhlI P'P E,: P.I :
.t 'Itw1iIre daily led the! Sttbsciiber ---- --- ------ ---- -- -- -- pains have been of longer! standing, it
SI John ff L' jffrtv. 1'. W. .McCoy.-Mobile.iir. expe by i
17. "HI. Itf From Dr. Jumts Eiccll, Author of the Medical Compaii per Brig 'l'ahIahuaie.P1anteiaiid STOKAuK! STORAGE! I STORAGE I p'ljn. .

.: ... ion, or Family Physician. Merchants can be supp'i! [ on tin- I' lIoN addition to his \varc-liousc (the I To sea captains and mru-tfirs j of .. 3cI,thi. t;ullnr.IJu.
INOT1CE Dec. 20th 1831. be iu winter on our cont: it_
;_ most aCl'ulUmodalingtl'l1n. payable in Couon iSri-. -t \'cr.y.dua.Jle
the next July Term of Gadsden county, the I To whom it may cOlltfrn.-TLis is to certify, that 1 JOHN BLAIR PEACHY.St. 1.l1. subscriber has recentlyercctcd a p.clous build i very certain in its etIct on CIiilMainsorprtsaue: i
AT have witnessed the operation of Dr. Peter's JIedicinaSlomachicc \ yoby8 feet, receiving : cotton ami "oo-H! w A.
and vouchers of HENRY W. Touu, ad- Marks, Sept. 5th, 183: 1. with frost it likewise pres'C: its ijuahuos

ftiinistntor of JOHV H. Tone, deceased, late of Gads- ft Jfepatica in a number of very obstinate I TIMOTHYl''1'Y.St. mates ,,(..

den county, wll be jircsented to said: Court for a final Dyspeptic uod J .iver-atfections, of 101l 2tandiug, likc LEON COUNTY, FLOIUOA. Marks, DccpmocrJ7llilS3l.O 1. 1 9t1T ) A large mass testimony 1-rvingthe''T winottRACcllent .ItIf -
------ ------
settlement on the put: of said administrator. At the wise in several casesof the elllar mentsof the plecn ; 7/i the County Court of said Cottnly. ; \\ AiND'S-- -- ---- medicine will be shewn lot. j3,
? 1I' TOXIClXTUiE.. | ;
Jamc time, thf viid admini.str.ator: will apply to said and its affects were truly it the astonishing. 1 have no hesitation James Edwin Stewart, } J? !! Jl /WiTiiuitcd a perfect and lasting \f wish further information on application! to Ur t
in declaring most valuable
Court for from his preparation authorized 3o1ns.
of his
a discharge Administratorship as Attachment. .. tons, or to any 9Tiie
vs. > cure for the Fever and 1 ttie. For saLwholrKiilc t
: itfcresai'l. JOHN J. ADAMS, for those distressing ailments that has ever come with Edward Barnwell. ) iin.l.; rctaiU I by"'FI.ETCIIEItvls'1cO'1"1 I above medicine sold by special anpointoie .'
.4 for TI. \V. Tod I in my knowledge. JAMES EWELL, M. D.
tI'y Administrator. the and warranted eenuine.
;. quiney, Nov! 3d, 1534. [13-Cinj Wilkcs County. Gco. Jan. 1834. THE Defendant and others concerned], arc notified & I: ', Jf.fofcr, Jppaluchicola patentee 1:. n.. PERKINS. DRCCCWT.Tallaliassne .
the i issuing of said Attachment, and arc required FloriJu 27tf.
The undersigned can bear testimony to the 21th 1331,
J Nev Book Store.THE Dr. Peter's Medicinre Stomachicac Sllpcl'lorefficncyof et lIe- to plead to the Declaration conformably! with I hereby appoint )tcs:. Fletcher and February

subscriber has received and will open imme patcnc in the cure Dyspepsia and Liver Complaintsfrom the statute. EDWARD CHANDLER, Westcott my;airrntsfortlip sale ofjlow- I 1U1MEDY FOR RHEUMATISMTIIC Ior.. I'U
Oct. 1st, 1831. ((8-,m) For Plaintiff. nnd's Tonic Mixture" in the I'C
Territory I and
door South of Mr. Maner's personal experience. WM. G. JOHNSON.Dr. decrepitude
(next store) excruciating pain-the d
t___ jf Florida, Eastern part of Alabama, & which> :rt
' nn assortment of BO.OKi and STATIONARY, and would P's Medicinnc Stoiiachicre Hcpatiaj are put up NOTICE. I anrf the premature old age, I f
be glad I to his friends and the Western part of Georgia ; who arc ibc! to furnish snfierea by ffi;
supply full directions for
community in in parcels wi'h using. From one usual attendants oQhe disorder, are
subscriber his thanks the
returns to the
pcneril'W-'th any articles in his line on th. most reasonable to three parcels will be necessary to complete a cure. THE the liberal he has received public favourable said medicines to all who may apply to them on from despair of a cure, or disappointment in thtt I
encouragement as
terms obtain from the f.W
' terms. Although his ass-vtmett is not yet The price is $5 a parcel. as they can proprietor eyofthc numerous pretended antidotes w.
since he has been in this place, and solicits a continuance himself." Siiietl Io
trta I'a
' very ,enef.1lhc expects make it ho by shipments already A great quantity the above valuable But those who have made a fair _
: very preparations of their Just received schr. Delta purpose.
patronage. per JNO. Il. 110 WAND.
i::: madfl, and others to be made by the first vessels will be kept constantly on hand by CELEBRATED LINIIJ:
from he "Noi th. direct from New York,a encral assortment of Wool "Philadelphia, Oct. 24th 1633." 21 ItfSTORK. DR. JEBB'S

JO E. B.PERKINSTallahassee, len, Staple and Fancy GOODS, Shoes, Hats, Hollowware even 111 cascsof long standing, nnd ofbe 1Jl0l 1.", ]
He has also the Christian Almanack, published expressly \Vho is authorised to dispose of them either at whole- relief. azd lIlanl
and .JYETV received ,
Cutlery, Iron-mongcry, Crockery, 4c. consisting character, have P'
J. .
for JlJl'Hlcal
\ltted for the Mtrediao of !
sale or retail, on as reasonable terms as they can be of blue black ad brown Cloths in21 hOU9 3":11
blue black
some 'f
I ; been cured in a days, .
Tallahassee, anl containing: local matter in relationto obtained of the proprietor. Also by I THE subscriber is about to establish himself per ,'tho
drab and double milled Cassimercs Cassinctsand her of in Boston VICInity : I'e
the Territory, which h" offers for sale either by the Doct's. HOLMES & WILLIAMS, Cambellton, & grey French and American; Prints in Tallahassee! as a Merchant, and persons with Itheumatbim. have 'er ryfu"Jmeny I
. dozen or single ; will for sale'in a few days at his store aimciuu ; fwfffied.
gross, riyy.Dec. \-. HALSLET, Drugjjist, A Appalachicola. black Lustring and Fancy Silks and Silk Shawls,Gro opposite Certificates are in the possession 0f1 : y
Office the greg
of Floridian
: J3. ft3.11. IStf JAS. S. LINN. JOS. PRIESTLEY a small assortmentof C
"" PETERS.The de Nap, &c.; Jackonet, Swiss and Mull Muslins ; Hats, Clothing. Shoes, Brushes, Woodenware, tor, proving the most thorough and surprwin C81e9 ,..p.1

CAUTION. following are few among the many persons that 3,4, and 5-4 brown Domestics, of a superior quality ; Tinware, Crockery and Stoneware, Hardware and) means of this powerful LINIMEK1. >railed.n

cauti.tncd! have been either eniirely cured or greatly benefited Cotton Bagging and Negro Cloths ; a genera! assortment other approved applications! had utterly ,
ate against for Cutlery, Sugar Cane Knives
persons trading: two Agricultural Implements
ALL within thcjast twelve months by the use of Dr. Peters' of Shoes of Ware HollowWare W TE.
dated about th2"! Oct. last, payable ; a variety Crockery Rope and small Cordage, Kitchen and House- DUMFRIES EYE .,.-

in Febrnary, 1836 to C. C. Williams or bea'l'r,--ono Medicinal Stomachicae et Hopatico; within the Cutlery, Hats, &c. Also, Cognac Brandy, keeping Utensils, Carpenter's, Cooper's, and Smith's For ore or inflamed Eyes, gives immeJia. *tJ3I'j3!it-
the other for $100 oust state of Georgia.Mrs. Holland Gin ; Sicily, Sherry, Port,and Claret Wines; Tools of all kinds Nails Brass the effect is 1r.(
IbrflSO, signed by the sub Goods, Locks, Dolts, relief. On recent sore eyes J&i I
Abner Hicks
Wilkinson. other tedious OI
articles mention. Pur-
too to "
scriber. As I Imvereason'oupiirehrnd, a failure of many Axes, PocketBooks, Snuff-boxes: : and Fancy Goods, ry.-Wherc the complaint has been of jr" .
'Jrs. Capt. James Willis, Jo.Col chasers arc invited to call and examine for themselves.ALEX'R. mot u !
4 *consideration for which) those n" e'3 were given. I which he is disposed to sell on reasonable terms, and and in some exceeding bad cases.the : f.fe
Wm. F. Bond .
am determined not to pay them, unless compelled by do. FORMY DUVAL. respectfully requests an examination of his Goods. and desirable relief has been found ID "[.. d
"\". 'VOynev.. Elands, Esq. Laurens. Tallahassee, Nov. 4, 1833. [13tf| GEORGE LANMAN. eye water. after every other remedy hia4s&i. :,; e ..r

Ids proper to stte, that Mr. Williams had no Col.Bryan John Allen W., Esq.Porter, NATHANIEL TURNER, "i Tallahassee, Nov. 1st, 1831. (12-3111)) ersonswho have used it, pronounce 1*,' fl|.!r

Offency whatever in transaction a!>ovc illudcd tv,. Sanford Chapman Esq Jones. vs. 1 Attachment.-In Superior N. B.-Wanted to purchase a likely NEGRO BOY, aration for these complaints they have especially atl., .n I

Dee. 20th, 183 4.--?0-3w F 11 WHITING Alexander Irvin Esq, EDMUND SMART and / Court, Jefferson County, about 12 or 14 years.of age.ADMINISTRATOR'S. in cases of soreness or infla*
"" Mathews WILLIAM KIDER. J Middle District, Florida. standing. Price 25 cents a bottle. the 0-
CoLGeo. Green.
-- defendants and all other persons interested, NOTICE. None are genuine unless ineu &

LL persons having: claims against John G. Smith, JDMIMSTRATOR'S NOTICE. THE take notice that suit bas been instituted as the next term of the County Court of Leon printed wrapper, by the sole prpl1ctor.TTK(,

deceased, lite Jackson 'oll1tr. are req-jpstcd ALL persons indebted to the estate of BENJ. G. above, returnable to Nov. Term of said Court, 1834. AT we will apply for Letters of Dismissionfrom immediate successor to tha I Itua Dr. *.'.. tf),

to present them to the subscriber, lecally autheatica ALitER, are requested to make immediate P3Yment The Defendants are required to appear and plead to ths Administration of the estate Henry B.Fitts For sale at his Counting Boston..J':-..omfo.treet \ aW '

ted:; and those indebted! will mtke arrangements for. and those having demands against said estate, the declaration therein filed, according to the Statute deceased, late of said -. near Concert hail ;'

an early settlement, as ind'Jl ence cannot he iven. will render them in, duly authenticated.WILLIAM : in such county.LEMUEL BRUCE, cial appointment by .It.1Ta1IahAuee \{\1'5), .
DAVID G. RANEY, Adm'r. J. RHODES, Adm'r. GEO. Y. WARNER, Att'y focPl'ff. ELIZA ANN B3UCE. I E. U .&

Aspalaga Dec. 15tb, 1331.-20-8w Nov. IStfc 1834. l4-8vy) With the Will annexed. November 17th, 1834-4I1f&i Tallq\1b.Jsee. 18th Sept. 1834.' (Gtf) I i, March 4t.f i31.s.

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