The Floridian

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The Floridian
Uniform Title:
Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee [Fla.]
Wm. Wilson
Creation Date:
January 24, 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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authorised to announce Col. i1THE . ,
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1 q1ios.: M. WHITE, OB a Candidate toegent -- --

the Territory of Florida, in the 24th FLOitDj SLOOP TRANSLATION, :
Creen Matter. For
freight ft>
of the United States. .
Charter ,
S apply to-
Col1 .
n,are authorized to announce Colonel JAM59QlDSDEN Capt. GREEN.
W a candidate repjesent the let Jan. 17 23-tf
1 Florida} in the MthConrrcw; of the United' "LAISSEZ.NOUS FAIRE." : -
r10C Jwv27th J33. SO: -- Trustee's Sale.
1 rSr authorized to announce Maj.WILLIAM m'\l f b ZUT0 Uazuza I. BY irtue o' an appointment made by the limit

I IT wYATT are a candidate to represent the terri- .v..M1W.'. ea n f)1.LQ 'rn" 9 10 onwbTe the Judge of the Sunerior' Court- (\.

Florida,in the 24th Congress or the United County of Leon, Florida, I shallgroceed sei
1IJ1or July 27th 1833. 50ffv NOTICE I to the highest bidder at public sale, at Tallahassee on .

__> : ALL persons having claims against the Estate NorrICE.-During my absence LNDND NEGttO FOR SALl the 7th day of February next, the following .

'E are authorised) to announce WILLIAM B.'UTT.1LL ) WILSON' late of Ga.den County .; from the Territory, Cel. A. MURAT will art as my tf9 ft ACRES cf first and second quality property, heretofore conveyed by the late Thorn
I as a candidate to represent the are hereby notified attorney. C. D.IACMI'iOT. 041W3PLA31DS .Hetr to me late John Y
,! .\ to present them, properly : in Gadsden County, five Garey, in trust to satisfy a
tflntory of Florida, [In the 24tl Congrrss of the timid tic-fed, to the subscriber, without dela Y--lDd: Arsons I e.n3- 21.afJOSEPH-- .- _. miles iro.u Quincy, and Thirteen NEGROES, d ffer- debt due by the said Thomas Heir to Mew Betton

SwKf: 1833 5tf_ indebted to Mid Estate are requested to make pay! C cnt sexes and ages-Apply to the subscriber, on the and Emory, viz: the East half of the South East '

rncnt immediately. MARGARET WILSON, Ei rx. LADD Premises. DAVID L. WHITE. quarter o! Section twenty seven, and the North haU
JAMES M. SCOTT, LEVI R. WILSON Exor. Jan. 10 22-2 oil the East half of the North East qwmer of Section
Umncy, Gads.len Co. Dec. HAS just received from New Orleans and New thirty four, both in Township two ( -
RXE I .'T L. JV. 6 ft 7-81 I NortS
.q TTO ork
general assortment of GOODS usually NOTICE. and East of the Meridian, and containing
located himself Monticclb, Jefferson( NOTICE. called for at this season. He has the dred and WJ-
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persons inde'i'.rd to the Estate of JAMES twenty acres or Land, together with Sto
11.YI un.r' Florid3 of,thc tendcrs Territory his professional ccncrally. ser He STX weeks after date, I will apply to th.e County Best or N York and N Orleans Flour; ALL : LEY, deed will come And make, pay- I. and. sundry articles of huabandry.

% fS the Citizens of the Counties of Leon of Jefferson county, for Letters of Administration Goshen Butter, Western Hams mtJlttl- PAUL IIAULEY. 1 EDWARD CIaNDLERTl"UItee..
rU'ire the Courts ; R. J. IlAcsLzr
the of Jan. 10
on estate THOMAS COOKSET 2- -tr Auctioaeer.
i11 late of I
and the Courts of Thomas Mess and prime Pork
and Gadsden, said county, deceased. Jan. 3 21-td

JjersOfl md LO\fuds Gel"lrgillIe olso tenders his services Per, 15, 1334. [I9-G FETN\H COO E7, I Eastern Potatoes, Onions and Cheese; NOTICE.A .
id entral l, as a collector, and pledges him- T1icjse afflicted
Sperm Candles I with
family Beef in half bbls Ll. Corns.
10 persons andcnlior" Office in Monticel STORAGE BUSINESS. ; persons having claims against the estate of
clc as 10 puntua1it Niter Hall Fowdei; tA. AUTIKW I HESTER late of Gadsden County are THE celebrated Albion Cern Plaster affbnfemsfant
THE has sold his Improvements in heroby notifiod to nt them JAMES r. and at the same time dissolves and draWl
Country and Holland Gin pre to M. GIL-
ceo 20 (( town of St. Marks, but wishes it distinct. ; ctrRisT my duly authorised ajjent, properly awhenti.pcrs.ns the Cor'ut by the roots without the least pain.

jiRVIIITE.VI y understood by his friends, that he has no design Imperial Tea by the box; ,'al'II-\UII indebted to the esUtc, CataTIi.&TE.-"To thee afflicted with Cor Moa
are re-
-0 of leaving Territory, and nas rented the build- Brawl Domestics by the bale; qu.>ted to make immediate payment as indulgence! their feet. I do ceru/y that I have used the Albion Corn

TILL PRACTICE LAW in the Courts of Middle ng sold by him for the enduing twelve months .n All kinds Cut Nails and Brad; cnnnot be ivcn. JANE HESTER, A IO'x. ptaster, with complete IUCCCM. Before I had used on*
Florida, Jackson County and the Court tier the UaJsdcn 2d Jani t 1835. box it completely cured a Corn which bad troubled
expectation putting up rifcre spacious Hollow Ware ; N. Orleans Hum a-y ((2i-Sw.] IPr me
.tUatJassee.Jul12 ; maI1J I make
le.u this
ctr OFFICE, public forthe benefit or
ppea\s.\ convenient improvements before the Poach those i
or. 1834. [48-11.) of the lease. expiration Apple and Cognac Brandy; Gidesden County Court. afflicted wit!)that. panralcomplaint.VAl..

All kinds Shoes by tho trunk, case, &c. JOHN R. CHAPMAN, \ SJlA\V.
JOHN BLAIR PEACHY. Flushing, L. I. Feb. 28."
J( WS A.coVSE0R BE TIIELOT. St. MarksNov.I4th, 1834. 14lf He wishes to purchase Cotton, Dur Stint a.d JOhN R. ". > To January Teiw, IS35. 1'1tICE. cents box.
Cow Hides.-Magnolia, Dec IS,183J. -IPtf! HARDGROV J ,\
AND Liberal advances made
on Cotton for New .\ A CEETAIX CURE 1IOV"'EVER
( -"IJ. FOR
defcnfr.lnt THE
and all other &on interested ITCH!
C.mrt of The ,
in the Appeals York pcr
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W ILL practice Courts of Leon, Gad deu, and Jackin Jj!. P. I ait cbti tLm mm .Il will take notice that this suit has been commenced r' inveterate in one honr' .pplicatioi f

Superior Territory of\Florida ; and in the Superior H. A. PIER5ON it CO. by ATTACHMENT, issued the Court, and< from taking cold by Using Don
in the
the Post Office returnable fnes
in at Tallahassee to the Term Olntme .
abe T'9-'
Thomas 4c Decainr, of the South spifid They arc r"- preparation, for plcasantDeq!
Courts of 1835. required to appear and plead To the! delaralion filed safety. ease and
of the Stat -uf Georgia, Res'idenccer23JlP33. .rPedlt10? certainty, gland nnrival
ern judiri\l circuit 15tf Addison, Jonn 2, Long, Henry I in *:.1! case. R. [l. M. DAVIDSON, led for ( this troublesome! OImjaint. It is

_Td1cart.! 1'\ Anderson, Willam Loyd Nicholas Jan. 10 2j- 2L_._Amy f.irPhntifi"ADMINISTRATOR'S rapid, 'T'r38'! certain hl it&0P tiona., i. care this as
Andrew Thos. J.
Mason, Mrs. Ann :
JOIN J. ADAMS Bellamy,Col. A. May, Miss Cl\ NOTICE. Ssr! / only j! most effectually in one Iionr'- ap

(.TrOR.\"Er' .IT X.JH',) I Bircre, James J. 2, Maxfield, O. S. L-'i.,4 LL p ?sons having dtman-h against the late It does not contain the least particle or
Blocker, John McCoimic Paul HENRY M\SHBURN, of GcuNden couy, are oilwrdansPrmi., a,33wi2
rciimrt d from duiiicy to Appalacliicola. Merchant mount Thos. M. hereby iioiific-l: to render them aulLentic-i ingredient, and may be i
Meadows improperly :
John : perfect
JBB Tailors safety' children
H\, viI! r.'jru'mly attend the Courts annual held at the Bond, Henry Maige, Mestier ted within the lima dircctrd by law 'o the hretClI. by pregnant /'emares. or to at

\1\.11' Qnury111: I.lriltnanllll..1e term I Itrc Bradford Thos. M. Miller JNO. CARNOCHA'f. Adn.',. .
Dr. rricft' 37 1-2 cents box
:Tallahassee.. Letters ad- a ample direttiont.
of ?. Curt Branch.Villiam B. Mills Henry J. Of He .ry :\l.sI1)ui', di-c'd: lF Nofle
J i i.r.n, vast paid?, ill bo atlcndfcd to.rcrury7Lh TALLAHASSEE, 4-W F Lon III A. Brient, llitchard Moat David Jan. rh. I IS3J, (2f.) printed are ffcnamne unless signed on the outside
the sole
r wrapper by T.
I 1'31. [ 6Jl Brexlie 'Vm. proprietor, KIDDER,
r Malony, John Valuable I immediate successor to the late Dr. W. T. COKWAT .
-" A CAnD.HAMLIN Bryant, AbigailCallender Moody, Benj'nMoore Negroes For Sale. I For sale at hi l Coantirtg Room, over No. 99, Court-

Thos. L. Benj'n & Nelson A PRIME gang of25 NCGROllS are offered Pi.sji I i V. SNTELL Carr, Wm. A. Moore, Charles. ", w hi art well acquaintidvith th,}c-ilturc ct !, special appointii.cut, tar (No. .)

jrroruvcr .1 1' /..1 IV .2I'4 f..fl Clll COL.1, na.Will<cnJ I Carter, Mr. Moscly, Alexander C(:tloa and Su ;ar Cane. If no' sold at private& s d! IB PERKINS, DRUGGIS'T.
him with indnstrvMpunctuditv. it Cobb, Mrs. Mary E. 2, Myers, H they will ho offer,'d at public Auction, at Talialnssrr! 'l'a1aTiasir-e! March 10th IdJJ. x 9tf
:'scollfi.Jed'o II Cobb, Rflmund B. 5, Myrick, Elizabeth to the highest r-iddEr.ont'ie 7'h day of February n.vxt -- ----_. _,-
D(.21 I 5l IPtfS Cobb, Mary Ann Myrick, Capt.John [the fi'st Sauirtinj, of saitl1\Iontll.j'! ) DUMFRIES REMEDY FOR THE PILES '.

Rf.mlm-Bl! "i CU.\I R C and J AS. D. SV ET- Collins, Dennis Norman Mrs Grace 3 Me< rs. R. 1. \Yellt.,.I, Jarnra :1cttllnan.!: I J'li l '- proprietor begs leave to recommend (which he -

CllTT Jr., ES.pIH'S. Cowdin, Henry Owens Stephen Wvaf, arc fired to f>r! particulars.! tines with th! foiled confidence) one of the most valu-
Cruise, Mrs. Luisa Patrick John The NEGROES will positively b-j s.\ld. as the pursuits aWe remedies known for this troublesome and painful

Dalton Trustani Payne, James A. of the owner arc entirely d'iffercur! fr-m pI lIHin:'. nmpkmit. \\'ithoutgoing into detail, be deem. it e-
IIIECTIONS. Daniel, Abraham Pierson, H. A. and Le has an aversion to o'n that kind of n-opprty' n'uth t.) say, he has in his possession most an!

f\ttjL JC.' Ktr The Height indispensable Davis, Col. Wm. W. Peterson, Ball JNO. CARNOCHAN.. dotiliixd testimonials that it has more completely answered
1. Rcntfd the chest under coat. Dickinson John Ports. Joseph E. Jan. IQih. 1S3I. ((22ds.) the purpose for which it is intended, than
2. ))L1. Waist. Durscy, J. R. & E. W. Pope, Mrs. Husan other popular rned iue, any

5Slig %- 3. From !.vk-sram to elbow and knuckle joint. Do\\'lillg', Willis Post, Wm H. rro Rent. This remedy: i is perfectly innocent in its application,

t. Ss4Wi 4. Round the thigh. Duval, ciam'J. 11. Powell, Mrs. yiolct hAT well known Plantation on I.ik-j .Ta"kcoll to all conditions ages and sexes.' Full direction, ,

;>- t.- > ?2 5. From the! hip-joint to the ancle. Fuircloth, Robert S. Powell Jeremiah 3 T kui.-wn as the lands of tIle laf,<; WUS JrhiteI : description of tho: complaint Ac. accompany each

Py the above scale of measurement. sentfemcn at a Field, J. W. Priest, Capt. G. I hurst, h-ivinr on the jire.uisr&ab.vit: j !packet which con.-i.-ts i of two boxes. Ointment and
LA distance may be cnxhlcd tu forward their Fisher Mr*. Elizabeth Miss I fifty tr sixty acres Electuary. 5
measures, Randolph, Lacy of open: Ijuds. Fur tenn:,-apply; : to Gror c Johnson. Price $1 forthe wliole, or 50 cents e
iviiidi: i>ill ever ntf-' with nr-r :): Attention. Fitzpatrick, Richard UanJolph Dr. J.ll. or J. F. C. lL.rl/;v lhiuss'jft ..r IP the nibsmN'-r! but one of the articles is Wd tcd.

THE RACES Frccncy, Mrs. Eliza Raw,John I S ,\ RAIl WHITEI1U'ltS1', Adm'lx. liR. IIFJF&11'S. f

/>"..: r'. i'i-: Mir-\nn, ', C "M', WIll cfT oil NEW GOODS Gibsor.GasscwAy, .*,'illiam Win. M. flcu.ngtondmund Ray.ur, Capt. C. i I Jan. O'h. 1-iTj. f-2f.J J ID l"la(9d! 1 m p 3I :

\ .ff :AVi' u-sil'
!', tr.tH- l1l'P l1i:1 Ql tJjJl Goolsby, 'i. H. Rutland, Mary i is hereby given, That an election fo TEKiA MKUICA, for the cure of that class of invet

(4 y 5 t.tll--; 2 mSJf! lcm2'. ) entrance. A. PIEnSON & Co. unuhl in- Green William P.. j Ryan, Joseph D.lI.lit NOTICE Directors of ih-s Bank, will be he'd: at erute Di ase, produced by .in impure state of the
2 d.\ >.;ih)-:; ,ml }h' its -:< V) dj.
form tlitir customers end the puMick! "Mrs. A beyHair Rhodes, Wm. J. the Ban kiug IItJu'-'e, in the City of Tallahass-e! on blood, and vitiated habit of body and usually exbib-
.* -
.i-mhh'ats:1;! : .1'1. that they are now opening their new Stock gcncaliy of Mr*. Letitia Sadler Henry R. Monday the 16 h Febnnrv next. ting n'elves in the forms of Scrofula Salt Rheum ,
.t:4:: i V..MI I.'heats-aP.--Srrvcr, $20:1: lo."f Hall, J. B. Sanders. Levis ROMEO LEWIS, Cashier. Leprosy. St.nlhonY'9 Fire Fever S"rn {even when

:'-4'ir.or| : .,k.'I ls conti.JcMtlliat, nvich sport IJ.hs'N..I. Just ALL & WINTER.. 9aJp lltt.L, f....-. Sf.ttwo.JJ___ Tallahassee 8th January l8-5. ''-td he boes arc aflctcd} White Swelint'sif! "Dlie
W&a to
; jh he 1'r..uclt .ll'\\t % lonr zts. n.ns.isur endid H in kins. Chat. E, Sikcs, D3'ldHawkills Herald antI Apa'acnicora: nuvei-u, .n t-iwc-< ;.;;; : p Faces. (bate ri!
: uivnuumicu
,' .-..'I. :i-1- cvU-ns'.vc prp.r\HtH! ato niaa asvjrimeni superfine Cl lhs, Cissimcrcs and Vcstings tilc "c fluul. UUjticu
viry I f-rward their
Jair.esHayslip Smith Joseoh L. insert bovc notice thirty' days, an taiuts the
aid venerial ,throughout body,
f.svour with: I euprion
110 of from late
\ I"' : r. 'n .utilatc thoac \\ may us a reat'ari'ty" selected Importa-
Green H.Hinson S.ncklandCAnTally accounts for payment'NOTICE. which lost case the drops often cure when meret
t' ; ."V. tions of the most fjusliioii'.ibie nl"llcr.-Llkew a 1
1 1:1Ht'l111': '; : (s. the Club v.-tll. .'e jsovonicd 11" the assortment of Fancy Articles for Gentlemen's Iladicy I John W I fails. They are also the best Spring and Autumn

N'."> Mk--: ,I.. ..'cs .\'IL Cl r"s to ,lie wide! to the i ;stress! viz:--Slocks of every d5crintion, (Gloves Hobby, Jos. E. M. Theus, SimcJo I. pJ.Vr.5c to parifv and cleanse the: sysiein from homo? .
Sc"ury ;.M :J,.\:1.cJ., P. '.T. lV di' ,ru' previous to 1 I Suspenders, Ponjjfe il'idfe., Fronts an-1)'Collars, fine IlolaJay Lewis P. Thomas, David I :IX weeks after date, I will apply to the Jadcrft of ivhichfi equally! appear at these seasons of the year. ft f]
for Lftt-s
uh r .-inil JAS J. 1'1'1"1' .1 I .V.\, SecVy..r.tntFlo L'mcN Shirts, Hosiery, &r.-SI'r.'fIlJtd Sci I!, Fur, nnd- Huson, Thomas R. Umphrey, Miss Nancy of the County Court of Leon TnEnr"nLCs county II. They also! aid the process of digpt-tion.! d, by purifying f-j

_ 1 j'.h 1)cc 1 1i1. I II t-J J I t Cloth Caps, fine Silk, Plush: and Beaver Hats of the Ivy, Benjamin 1lm-r. DavidVauderford ministration on the ectatcuf THOMAS the bloo:I, pre\e..lhe &ecr tionof malignant hnmouofthe
_ said derra jd.WILLIAM.
of reliea
I l.istst f.l hion. J.icminoi, C. D. Capt. C. county. lungs. The proprietor confidently upon
1, f:. \.u f:q'I'I'VG LIQUID, 1 A general assortment ofready-niad'iClothing made I Jones, Mr. Walker AlIcnJohnsDn TRADSWELL I the vast u'urhhar! of surprising; cuies ellected by the cdropc

PrcpartJ aid SOld? fi. s. RKRvVJRD, Druggist up by the subscribers; in the must faithful .ind f.ishinr.ahlo Thomas Ward, Gt.orgc T. Janl1:1ry'h, 1S13. 22 6vNOTICE. nr.t only in Boston and its vicinitybut through
I Kemp, Gio.V.. White, I oul tie! L'moa fir the best proof of tlicir excellence u
style consitiin Overcoats. Fro-.k & Dress
\"OR F OL KVIIIG IXL1.bnrc. :; .
nil above
alterative mediciii>,in the
KemsonV illiamVhtford Snm'l unfailing cases
Co'its and Coatees, fine Cl.,ih and Goal's hair Camlet ,
Cbals r.w1 Wrappers,PantoWns and Vests of almost Kini'.rick! John Williams, James &: Will be sold at Public A'.v.ien on the I rciiled. TMH article ha* recently been pronounced

:r.t J1 iTtf ID D every description, among which nre rid ficrired and Ker R. B. Willis, JohnLan'e .i-** ,**..23th inst. the corner HOUSE in which lh*. by Physician of the first IC'Ipecttully! wh o bad wit

R S BEItNMt''S UHNOVATING LIQUID for Dcl\!'. -brcast. d Velvet r.nd fine black Ciol band JohnLaPatle Wilson, Da\idC. St-prrior Court is htld-;Alsi, the tenements iatfly S ne-jsed! 'UP #pricing efficacy, a* entitled! in hIs opin

trn-uiiga.:! kind of O.Is, Paints Taaui, Grease Cnsvimcro, Valencia and white larscillcs Vests &c. Count Wilson, Wm. C. occupied by the County Clerk. tal-j' the l lead of all the popular! a Ides known I
Satins C.o h Linn Mrs. Eliza'hitches.J; John half 'ish thc balnnre on thc 1st July for the:ih.'ivoconi|'luiaU, and indeed it li lait gaining .1
t'rimihc: WM d.-li ae colored "ilk :, ?, i Fn'-Marino and Lamu'Vool Nett-Shirtsattd Drawers Terms-one c :
B withuut the :least Linn'. J. C. of COlrlVhittiker, John. R J. lIACKLEYAuiwr.ccr.Jan. lltis palm Iti public c lin arioa, thrnu:houtthc country
.11l 'i11.Jlf", cr V\- vet% injuring M : -fine NuLL Silk and Doc-ikin Undcr-Vcsts, an next.
t. IfCJbl1r lr t .xturl'. tirdlt-nt article fur inv.iluls. Lockerman, DaudLofiin Young, Miss Catherine 10 2-J-rd Price 1 a bottle! tr G bottles or ;! 5)

Th:\ r','en :aid v.ila'ibe! chemical discovery is off A qt&anit'/ofcourse Clothinq suitable for Negroes, Mrs. Atncc ((1 :loiters)-'21-3\v DYSPEPSIA OH INDIGESTION.Of .

.'"i !'v.i: o t bv the :uW'nbc.It alu>os>! s 1t'1rd :!)(1 nn assortment of India Rubber Surtouts, Pea- Persons: calling for the above Letters will please DiCe HUKTE : :Jon?standing. and ofthe mot obstinatecharacter.

s i' :iie n.env' dyjuj, and the JSc-'urer's ,t vo-1'I Jackets and Truwsers, warranted very durable and say advertised. _I. G. SEAltCY, I P. M W311J lt Ut Q1 S '!!) _e S1( has becirimmediatelv! relieved and olten permanently i
f'.Urt .xtjnae"; Tittycnts ".or il.11 :: l>cif ectt water-proof, are ofFered for sale by the sub- inestimable I'llK. cured in a variety ol ca esthat have occurred in uoston
tJ').' 'U- chan 's brcv-hci from rriti. IWO for :wel\e 1 1 wribers on vciy low terms. A deduction of 10 per LIST OF LETTERS ..Jt Y thc use of Dr. Hunter's if follow PC.-the and vicinity. by using for a short time. I.

1J't:1It a -ts like a charm up IJI HKS of the Hne,tU'ini rent will be made for all orders accompanied with in the Post Office at Quincy, M Sons of either sex and, copious they carefully Directions neeon Dr. Relfl'i! Vegetable Specific andanti.Billons Pill,
>. 1 tv: : the ain'-s: of rca;c REMAINING very valuable plan of which Ire taken together.aeeording to valuable .
l. tallY rciaoing f he OKh.HP I on the first day of January, enabled effectually to eradicate o I I both nrs to
'.'G,>:r iu ths! l- .tct art'-ctin the fabric i:s<*li-t'ier thanks panvin" them, are and practical direction accompanying tijiS1'eifie.
; : The subscribcr return their sincere for 1S35, which if not taken out before the :31<>day of CERTAIN DISEASE, and to restore lost health! |j plain t
!x.: :,iv-rpijite lodf mcnts of wax upon j Coat collars the very liberal patronage heretofore received and March 1815, will be sent to the General Post Office and in a few d.ys. P.::"C 5l cents each.
t.\ ** (f u lie dust before a biu h. It is no quac1rer would still hope by their ;\s'iduiand strict, attention as dea-l LtltersBrown with ease, safety, sale certainty.and unexampled successif j i j jtia I None are gemine unless signed on the outside pria :

ll'; tru. .e "':'ir :i. o-! cloh: s at the ;.can imaginable expense. same. Burton Tenerton 2 Greaves Mary Ann Medicine, fifteen immediate successor to the late Dr \V. T. COHWAT.'
Union. for the last -
I ait'red to GcntU-men at ,"0 cen's a phial and all ;ICp All orders will be thanrtfully rccivcd ; and as Brulen, G. V.'. Hunter, John M. G. wns throughout ie. satisfactorily prepared by Dr.years Com i For sale al his Counting Room, over No. 99, Com I

8-er >art.of people can lu'vc it at the ampric". they have en 'rove
t.1 N:ji cr JC .j! |v. appro5-jlcJ in using i it upon tate WORKMEN, they are prepared to execute all orders Blake, John, King; MicaiahKersey way, incontes'ibly POW .'ERS it effect:* a thorough and I.. appointment,by E. B. PERKINS (Ne..1)

: tnt-,1 and m',i delic.w M'ls! -n,T is it like the at the shortest notice, and in the most durable and Barr, Bartley. Rod.iLearimore of that :tieadful] disorder enol1linahd the i Druggitt.,

tr n'J"i HA.5 I. *o".lnay... .".il; aihcr invariable Ssod in onr daysvl another ich by fasliionaftic, ; style.Tallahassee: Oct. 25. [ll-fi-n.. Blnn', Hnh A. James speedy Scourge cure of the Ha'run Race. I Tallahassee. Fob. 17, 1831. 26tf.
mOt :rojuce *" Mrs. McBride Rev'dMayo
I.4dl'th '. > Groom E. The PI LL3 are accompanied, when the case re- TO THE ASTHMATIC AND CONSUMPTIVE
f Lies NOTICE.
it the
-Ti.jr preparative Groom, HarJy B. : James 1I INJECTION POWDERS.and I and fatal of all Diseases inct
"an,fr cnires it, with ta' most prevalent
a11 ( her f'no'at'rs'l1c'b as hot irons and ffy FX months from date, 1 will present my vouchers, John 2 Nelmus, William 2 ,1nstitute most powerful medicine THE I
these a to civilized society-the Consumptionmaygeneral1.Je
i hl {. Oniv a li'tlc i-Jt-nn water, nfcurdiii" to the : K9 and shall the Hon. Soloman ( ERATE ;
fur settlement apply to DuncanCaswell.M Nelson I
4Jeti.j a CampbMl to the vrious stages of this Protean dior traced t8 the least Alarming of disorders, I
n', j i".lntll1r.. Oil or Grrae of any kind Court of Gadsden for Letters of Dis- M. Oats James K. applicable
county, ,
tnb Comity Full and pla.'i directions, with a popular treatisef I a slight bal neglected cold. By estimation it appears
!ractc.l OAn'd der.
fr lllh deiirntc:
: most CllriS tnission: administrator of the estate of Thomas A.Peebles Cad-y Thomas Peerson, Bartholomews and
as the mode of
the va 'OU$ symptoms, that one hundred arul fifty thoosvnd persons die annually -
with ut t' ti-ual of} explaining I
; .e iroibc! -
taking up..w.4d late of aid deceased. ? Jo epUDa'.ison Paul, Louisa
', t> cmnty Dyke accom .ny each box, so that persons of of the consumption. Most of these dreadfal results
a c-rJingto hc ,:ir.ctions. it will at once STEPHEN S. PEEBLES, Adm'r. IsiahDouglass Ractchford, John treatment, I
I ur h m"st dtitt': Mlk", wi'howt injuring in"tin; least -November 21,_1831. Daniels Jessee., Warren, Moses (Price of the Pills $1 a box; the Injection Powders of the harrassin? cough that generally ensues .,
teCO\Ql\ 50 each.) -which is usually followed by difficult breathing pain
or texIUH' JENnY D. ATKINSON, iv C.* 3 Yon< II. ('. and Cerate cen .
William -'
Kstics re,
A tarpc sup ijy of the above valuable article rc- *. > Farcz, Ann I j ((44 ers-2-2-3w 5T Prepared f ui the original Recipe in MSof in the side, and at last Ulcerated Lungs Violent and
oe\"ed and for sale by. WIILUM G. unEss.'I ) the late Dr. W. T CoNWAY, by his immediate Successor repeated Asthmatic attacks, also bring on Consumptive
Persons railing for the above letters will please T. KIDDER of in the
3 le Proprietor. One two dollars expended
and the symptoms. or purchase
E. B. PERKINS, At Hr. Defendant is hereby notified, that the Plain M. BLUE P. M. i ,
advertised. his Room i in
Counting ,
had at
-- !I"c.t'e 'Pt. nlh 1""1. ColO.D'.B'j tiiriias filed his PETITION in the Superior Court say whom they may "J of

U .1 Eb l :lY.t.jO Q for the county of Leon, and Middle District of Florida NOTICE.I Chambers oyer N 99 of, Court next door and to hanover J. IilDDER'8Drug Streets, I, TAr. RELFE'S ASTHMATIC PILLS,

to Foreclose a Mortgage given by the Defendant. Store corn r and little attention to their timely administration, wiU
Note Account also hs
LARGE all or by appoint
and FORBID paying any Boston
A .
persons Ha
comjilete assor Phintil\ the describe near Concert
the said following Property, D. Wrscntt, of the Estate of Anthony all those other valuable AJedi usually ensure a mitigation of these disorders, and gen
21tg1 rresh Drti and ,just rcc. Real and l Personal(to wit:)-The Northwest quarter to James JOHN LAMBERT, Admor.Dec. mem, Te4fronc..w: !! tn<\ Raltimorcfiir(, wholesal and the U'c&thalfof the Northeast quarter of section Lambert. cine, as prepared by thc Po.WAY. fectual remedy tor the symptoms proceeding accom-
t2 20tfCJIX B. PERKINS, ( )
: rej1. Couatrv Merchants and PrJictitiuncrssupKDW. twcnty-ci<;ht. The Northeast quarter of section DnUGGIST. panying the Asthma, and Con88IJ ytion. For Coldse
unthe o\O:5t 111. 1 twenty-nin.P, Township one and lange one, North and weeks after date, application will be madcT) 1831. n36tf Coughs, difficulty of Breathing. tightness and strictur,

,., I SEIXAS, : 'West situated in the county of Leon and Territrry L the Hon. the County Court for the County! of Tallah3! ee. Ap across the chest, Wheezing, pain in the side, Spitting
\v 24j 1 Dru ht, Srapnolin, F'orida. I Florida. The West half of the Lot designated on I JerTerarm; for Letters of Administration on the Estate RELF'S AROMATIC PILLS FOR l"ElfALES.They of blood, &c. Few cases Can occur of any of this

By t.\e the original plan of Tallahassee, as number ninety- I GIUNDISON GLOVER DR. purify the Blood. quicken its circulation ,!ass of disorders in which the purchaser of Dr. Relfe'c
Pnsidcnt of the United Stales. A female slave named Martha, about fifteen deceased.V find rich for their
five- I. P. CRAIG.Jan. assist the suspended operations of nature nnd area Pills will not a return trifling expend
V VHEllX\S by the Ac* of Congress approveda of -a female slave named Sally about thirty ,
years age
t 3d. 1835. (I21-6w] remedy or the prevailing complaints among
a 0:: ," -*) day of June, 1831, the Pr.-s.dcnt years' of a,c-and her child Kitty Ann about two the general female ofsociety.-The Pills are particularly iure.DrTo the Ladies I-Ct
tLJ'lll"'l to tliret the Register Iud Receiver of years ofege. CALL & WALKER, : part Sickness. Palpitation of the
t Green
,foeT MUhas i >,:e L?.nj District, to nnke sale: at Ptb.iwcuon Plaintiff's Attorneys. NOTICE. efficacious In Short Breath, Sinking ofthe Spirits White and sound Teeth, are both an ornament and e

c. !;, : ofne founh: of the Lois in the Town TaM\ha sec, 5th Dee. 1834.-17cQwf4m_ f H1HE subscriber has just received and offers fur Heart., Dejection Giddiness and Disinclination to Exercueand Society blessing. The best security for their advantages to be

t t brtIn the.Territory of Florida, acrurdin Executor's Notice. i sale on very reasonable terms, a choice assort Married ladies will find the Pil!. equally nsefulex found in the use of the
plan yf he 'Surveyor General of -aid Territo- in of Cognac Brandy AJVTISEPTW DENTIFRICE.
P ment groceries'consisting part in of when they must not bela- BRITISH
r -'owl kMW ve,, A.NDP.EVV JACKSON ALL persons indebted to the Estate of Dr. G. H. Jam. Rum Hollands Gin, Wines and old Rectified cept ken neither case must pregnancy they be taken by persons of hectic This elegant Tooth Powder, with 4 very .little use
t. .1dtofjhe Uniud States .horeljy declare: anG't deed., are hereby notified and required \Vh key, Fresh Teas, &c. orconsumtive; habits. Price 1 50 a boy eredicatea the scurvy in the gums, an.preveots the ac.
. kn'wn, that a Public ;a'e will) i,-' hcU at the in make immediate payment to the undersigned: and -ALSO-- ALSO.-The celebrated Cambrian Tooth Ache umnlation of Tarter, which not only blacken tar

.f.r'Le ftfjep at Tailahasse, in the Territory of Flori- all persons having demands against the same estate An assortment of choice saddles, bridles and Mar- Pills which give immediate relief: without the least loosens the teeth. and accelerates their decay. The
r disposal of the undermentioned lots in will present thf m. duly authenticated. call and examine for
t tin"ales-purchaj will please lha Teeth. On trial ibis will be found one of Dentrifice thus removes prevailing causes of offensive
i f,.Tuw4 J of l' Marks" Forida, OIl lhefJt'h ..Ut'ftr ROM1O LEWIS, Exor. of Eat. of Dr. G. U \cwts. themselves.S ALX'R. FORMY DUVAL. injury tbe best to remedies known for tbil complaint. Price 50 breath preserves the healthiness and floridoen of
I Wary '.rl. viz: TahlahasseeJan. t 2 1-if 1835. (21tf.) .
Jan. teeth
box the gum. and renders beaatifilbwbiU.
cents a ,
. tl..: tb rl'.i I, 5tj( 13, 17, 33,37,41, Just Received None is genuine unless signed on the outside printed Price 50 cents.

I lr 'J.-.l'.I' ". :.1,6:,. W, 73. ;7, 1,8'). 8,93,97, 101, ADlIINI RATOn.'S NOTICE. by the sole proprieton, T. KIDDER- Price-whole boxes, 30 Pills, 1 dollar, halt boxed

1 : .'1, .f':3. 117. h1. and E j, a repre.ented upon BY the subscriber a general assortment of Book persons indebted to the estate of WILLIAM immediate wrapper successor to tba late Dr. W. T. Conway, 12( Pills. BO cents.

I y! r'pJ lf h' ''-iiu iiiwii- prerared l.y the Surveyor and Stationary-The London and American ALL WATSON, late of Jackson county, deceased!, For sale at his Counting Room, over No. 99, C ar. BJ None are genuine v nnfejs aigned oa the outside
;, Music for the Piano
1835 Forte Flute
Annuals for -
I T/ Territory of Florida. nre requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned street near Concert Hall, Boston, and alan by his special printed wrapper, by thowle propnetor'r.; KIDDER
S\r..ia. 'la '"': eP' uPen fojr two days only. and Violin Guitar and Violin Strings-Flute Violin u indulgence cannot be given ; and tlms appointment, by (No. G.) mmediato successor to the late Dr.\1i- T. CoawiT

. V. >i'11* r.1cr. rav f'i'Jd at lie. Citv of 'V hinglon and Piano Forte Instructors Metal lined Cocoa and having demands against said estate, are requested to E, D. PEIUClNS.THahassee For tale at his Counting/ Room, orer':No.99 Ce ru

lav ,November, A. I). fS3t.i Boxwood Flutfts' -Georgia and Carolina Almanacksfor nrctent them duly authenticated within the! lie prescribed March 17. 1831, 30tf Dlugadst.It. Street near Concert Hall Boston, and &bo by'lasTfcial *-
1 .. A DRE"VI.ACKSON. I9J5, &c. *c. WM. WILSON. will be forever barred. PERKINS ; No9
i f by law cr they without the written appointment, by E. B. .( .'i genuine
t Jp : Jan. 3 Sl-tf THOMAS M. WHITE, Observe that none are Vg
i L'u.nD, g xaQi'orsatetuS Administrator officio signature of T. KIDDER.on the outside printed -
I jn Q. of ftA J.U1'A ex: Tallahassee February. 112.
the Gane '
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r.:: : On Motion\ ,tr. Putnam. it la ordered that fifty copies boundary line between the State Alabama and the Mr. Wood gave notice, that he will 'f.
:. IE .R I '>i .. (. ff- 1t ;: -U. II J.. : of the bill entitled "An Act to provide for the partition of ritory of Florida, at such point*' as they may think," P5 Ter-1 introduce Courts Franklin a bill to alter the time of holding* 'ft? !C Wi cue:

real and personal property in the courts of law and equityin I or a canal to connect the waters of Pensacola' baj I Mr. Putnam ,
16. be Perdido river.-Also, S previous notice asked
this Territon printed.Mr
Friday{ January and
assoCiates tained leave to introduce.the following ob.
be- Priest-offered Resolution which was read and A bill to authorise \ II. Chasw, and his billa
The House a quorum
met pursuant to adjournment Grand A bill for the relief of Elias B. Gould.
laid the table. to construct a rail way or canal between the .
proceedings was on
in!? irescnt, the journal of yesterday's Perdi- A bill for the relief of John C.
Mr. Fitzpatrick, from the Committees to whom the Lagoon emptying into the bay of Pensacola and tho Clealand, \vV _
I read their titles, and with
9. Wood :raVe notice, thnt he will on some future day, several mattnis! in sundry petitions, had been referred, do river. with,by were on his motion sundry refered documents field th-:;

nsk! leave to introduce n bill to amend an act entitled reported the following bills, to wit: Mr. Blount presented the petition of Margaret L. Anderson Claims. to the CODlInittee C,

the Commercial' Bank of Florida, at A bill entitled "An Act to divorce Alexr. Patterson andEliza praying for authority to sell certain real estate,-
an nct to incorporate Mr. Priest presented the
; Path'rson. which on his motio.i: was referred to the Judiciary: committee. petition of John 0 T
I ApaKichicol.i. and other inhabitants of the "
On motion of Mr. McNeil, a select committee of three A bill entitled An Act to divorce Mary Ann Child and I lumbia Counties of Alachua aM P"
praying a in the
r of !Mr. the of certain inhabitants change boundary
members w.w appointed to enquire into the expediency Hale Child. 0 Bellamy presented petition Counties which Ietweet laid
I A bill entitled "An Aot act entitled act of the Jacksonville for the establishment : was read, and on his motion
: the Sawannee river, at or near a to repeal an an town praying refer
dinrlerin* r ferry over to the committee the State rted
: called Hamlcn'n Old Store, where the road leading to incoipornte the city of K?v West, which were severally of Corporate limits as therein expressed-which was on of the Tl'rrittut-..;"" '1.
place A bill entitled
:. from San Pedro, in Madison county, to Ross' Mineral read by their titles and made the order of the day for a read and laid on the table. the of Walton act to provide for building a j jail

Columbia crosses said: river-And second reading: on Tuesday next. Mr. Duval from tho committee on claims to whom was County was taken up from the orders *

L nlo Spring to enquire, in who i is: the county most suitable person to grant I Mr. Duval from the Select Committee, to whom wasrp.ferred I referred the petition of Samuel B. Fitzpatrick, made the day, again! lead, and ordered to be engrossed for a orabe third

with.leave to report by bill or otherwiseMessrs. the petitions! of John Roberts and James Johnson I following report. reading Wednesday next.
i Charter to ; A bill entitled
McNeil, Tli:!:!iubothatn, and Downing, were ap.Vointcd praying to bt divorced from their wives, reported the following The committee on claims to whom was referred the petition Suwannee river an. act to establish a ferry arras, !be

thereon, nn-1' on motion of :Mr. Priest, Mr. Browns bills, to wit; I of Samuel B. Fitzpatrick, having had the same under was on motion of Mr. Downing,posponed

; said committee. :, A bill entitled an Act for the relief of John Roberts. consideration, beg leave to make the following report. and made the order of the day for to morrow.
added to
notice, that he will on some future day, And also a bill entitled an Act toMivorr.e James Johnson That from a careful investigation of the facts, thev find A bill entitled an act to incorporate the St. \ugustillt '
:Mr Priest
rsk leave to introduce gave a bill, to incorporate a Volunteer nnd Dorothea Johnson; which were severally read by their that the said petitioner was employed by the Legislative Wharf made Company, was on motion of Mr. Putnam, pos!P! !!

the. Alachualo be called the Sparing titles and made the order of the day, for a second reading. Council of 1829, as one of the clerks to that bodythat and the order of the for to-morrow *

.t (Grove( mptnyin Guard. county" on Thursday :next. for his services as such he became entitled, (according to The House then adjourned until to-morrow at 10 o'clock.

'!\Tr_ nntvmn
day! ;:i introduce V' bill to abolish all Taxes, Territorial, ] Preamble and Resolution, to wit: nine dollars, but owin to a deficiency in tho uppropria-i .. Thursday, January 22.The 5

Whereas, the Cou.ties: bordering upon the Suwannee finn made by ConjrrftsH. to meet the exnenditures of that i House met
and Corporate. pursuant to adjournment
:Mr Duval :gave:: notice, that on some future day, he iver aud its tributary; strenm, comprising the Counties session, the said petitioner receivecl by wav of compensation -J being present, the journal of yesterday's proceeding?:

HI ask leave to introduce a bill, to change the mode of Madison, Hamilton, Columbia and Alachua, in the f for said services onlv the sum of one hundred and reat1. R IJ8 j i

inline v at Election?. Territory of. Florida, containing a population of several ninety-six doll \rs and thirty one and a fourth cents, leaving Mr. President laid before the House

Mr.; Putnam, pursuant to previous notice, asked and thousand inhabitants, and including large bodies of rich a biillanco: still due of one hundred and two dollars and transmitted to him by the Hon. Joseph sundry M. White! win!

bnincd leavo to introduce a bill entitled "an act to incorporate lands, which must rapidly increase the number of it* inhabitants sixtv-nine cents. I' were referred to the Committee on the ?

the St. Auguslino Whaif Compmy"-which: wa ; and whereas, also, a largo extent of country Your committee !being fully convinced of the justice of 1 Territory. state of t

)r\d-nnd made the order of thfi day for a second rend immediately north of said river, and its trihut tries, in tha this claim, are anxiously solicitous that some measure Mr. Braden gave notice that be will on

i ig> on Monday: next -and five written copies are ordered. State r.r f Georgia, and furnishing exports to a very con- should b.; adopted, by which its speedy adjustment could ask leave to introduce a bill, to secure some future(J fa.
Mr. Duval presented the petition of John Roberts. sidorahle amount, all of which togethervith- the exports hn ensured. From the very limited amount of the appropriation the collection and distribution of tho Revenue effectual

praying a divorce from his wife Betsy-Which was read and exchanges for tho pfiflucoof the above name-J for the expenses of this session, the comnr.ttce: Territory. oft I'

and on motion of :Mr Duval referred to a select committee Counties, amounting already to several hundred thousand arc cqnyinccil that they would be trenching upon the I Mr.; gave notice that he
dollars tho of which must bo I rights of others, should recommend that this claim be will c-agoaa:
Messrs. Duval, Blount, and Wood, were appointee annualy, principal part they future day, day introduce a bill to tax
thereon. conveyed upon the waters of said river ; and whereas, I, settled out of that appropiiation, they would therefore respectfully cattle. noa-n-sideati:

Mr. Wood presented the petition of James Johnson.. there is not at this timo, between Tampa Bay and St. suggest that the claim be recommended to the Mr. Bellamy notice that he will
prayinT a divorce from his wife Dorothea-which was, on Mark-, a distance of more than two hundmd rnilns, any justice of Congress, and that the same may receive the day, introduce a bill to establish! a on soms futr:, 1
his morion; referred to a select committee Messrs.:! Du- officer stationed: for the protection of revenue, and the Legislative! sanction of this body : they bog I leave to recommend nee river, at Reuben Charles'. over the SUWM.:.

.: val. Blount, and Wood, were appointed thereon. insecurity of the coast between theo points, preventing the adoption of the following resolutions.1st. Mr. Fitz;) itric, pursuant to previous notice
in aid from tho Cutters in the service Resolved bv the. Council Territory askedud
Mr. Braden offered a Preamble! and Resolution touch a great measure any Legislative of the obtained leave, to introduce a bill entitled J

I in-r the npointment of an Inspector: or Surveyor, to he from being eflootual, !' of Florida, That tho Delegate in Congress from Provide for the collection of 'against"fa\n .lcta t

i, the month of Suwanncc river-which Be it therefore( Resolved, That our Delegate in Congress this Territory, he and he is hereby requested 1 to use his: iud other judgements; t
located at or near negroes, persons, therein named lj
be requested his inn with the r best eflbrts to obtain from whirh! '
laid the table. to ue ie.nct plo Congmss a speedy settlementof read :
was read and; on and ordered for a second reading
Mr. Holmes oflVred certain Resolutions, touching the depaitment, to have an Inspector or Surveyor appointed 1 the claim: setforth in the foregoing report. twenty five written copies are ordf rcd. on to-morrow,\IJJ: 1

formati ., -f f new Judicial district-which was lead 1, and at some point at or near the mouth of Suwannce river. 2d. Resolved further, That the foregoing report with Mr. Duval, pursuant to previous; notice

]laid on the table. I Whieh/vere taken up from the orders of the day, read 1 the! accco-npanyin! resolutions, be signed by the Presi- obtained leave:, to introduce a bill entitled "An, a kd 31Ii{ (

Lnrolled bills I and adopted.Mr. ;lent of the council, and forthwith transmitted the clerk Acttoafo! 1
; Mr. Putnam from the committee on re : by and amend An Act, concerning the Election of
: Holmes offered the "following Resolutions of this House to the DeI"' ate in ( .Merahenof
ported as correctly Enrolled: "an act to authorise .Mary on yesterday, ; .Viiuess.Which : Lime Legislative Council of the Territory of FltHiJl

J. Fontane, to sell and convey certain real estate therem to wit: vas read and laid on the table. which was read 1, and oa notion ofIr.\ Love, referred! :

tlecribetJ-which w:\.; signed by the President.Mr. ::; lteo otvcd. That his Excellency, the Governor, be requested _u Mr. Bellamy from, the committee on the State of the t IC committee on Elections. J

? Smith from tile committee on the Judiciary, to to transmit, by thfc first m ".l, to the Delegate: in I territory to whom the same had been referred, reported a J Mr. Mitchell, purMiHMt to previous; notice! asked r

whom was referred the petition of Sundry inhabitants of Congress, from this Territ >ry, a eer'ified copy of the bill entitled an act authorising John O. Scwnll, to cxta-! II obtained leave to introduce a t bill ,-ntiti.jtl \ Art retitii'.11,!::
'4 Jefferson county, praying; for the relief of John McDow- Memorial] of the Legislative Council in 1 H32, to the' Scnat" li-h a ferry across the Chipola river near Mariana,-with to Kotids, Bridges and 1 b'orriys.vhich ; ;

cI Son'r. reported 1 unfavomably on said petition-and and House of Representative: ? of the United Stales, in amendments: which was again rt'ad-and on motion of ( Mr., Blount, read by its title, ud referred was to on the mocIt' I

,'. moved that the committee: be discharged from the furthl'rconsirl'ration favor of the ostahlish.nent of an additional Judicial District Mr. Holmes, made the order of the day for a third read mittce on the State of the Territory. co;: e.

; thereof which report was concurred in by in this Territory. jog on to-morro'.v. Mr.
Bellamy presented the pvtiir of Elizihethf..
the ftouse, and !s: ml committee were discharged from Resolved, That the Delegate in Congress be instruct- The House then adjourned until to-morrow at 10 o'clok. tegrove, praying a divorce, wliirh on hu motion \wrc ,
'd! to use renewed efforts to effect, if the 1
further consideration of the subject.Mr. possible, passage furred( to a select committee.M.s-r-1 : Bellamy, Yfcpitnc
Smith fro n the committee on the Judiciary, to of a law: agreeable to said memorial, at this session Tuesday, January 20. l and, were appointed threoa.5. : J'.

whom was rcferro-1 a bill, entitled "an act to provide for of Congress, and the constructi-m of such a court, so -. Mr. Bel tiny presented the petition of Lewis NO/! t

the partition of and personal propertyin? the Courts of that a term thereof can he held in each of the Counties The House rnnt: pursuant' to adjournment a quorum being praying the c.siablishment! of a Ferry over th SU\VJ..

I said (bill without comprising said 1 l district the next present, the journal of yesterday's proceedings was
4 Law and Equity in this Territory, reported proposed during spring. River, which. 011 his motion, was:: referred to thsconni "

amendments: which report was concurred in by the Which were taken up 'rom the orders of the day, read read.Mr. tee on the State of tho Territory.Mrv 1

House--and 'on his motion, said bill is ordered to a so- and on motion of' Mr. Blount, referred to the Judiciary Fitzpitiik gave notice, that he wiH, on some future Brad.
-n presented the [ of Darnel GaaJ,
::1,-. t' ____-_ _.:'__1 .-a.---. .._.._______, : 1n "rfiln } ilffll' H 'r"f."I 4? s'WrYiniirAT0, provit 1' V"u; !the.""collection,."?! *U" Apf of nnPfl judgements 2Rth .1:10u- prating rciici a* thprein expressed petition, Inch, oabismo". ,
by his pvivatc Secretary Mr. Welford, the following communication. Mr. Blouut offered the following Resolution, to wit: I free negroes; and other persons therein named--and: to was referred 1 to the committee on claim '

Resolved, That His Excellency tho repeal an act 16th M r. Putnam, from the
; Governor, be requested -: passed Januar* 1834 to repeal the committee en Enrolled I
EXECUTIVE. DEPARTMENT, } to transmit to this Hou.-e. a copy of the memorial -I :forernenholled aet. 'I reported as correctly enrolled:

6th January, 1835.: to Congress, adopted by the Legislative Council at :Mr. Braden presented the petition of James Stuart A Act to divorce Alexander Patterson nod
ii To the Legislative Council of the Territory; of Florida. the session of 1832, praying the establishment of an additional upon the subject' of a Bridge, over the'Ockbcknee I Patterson.: }

I have approved signed: and filed in the Secretary's: Judicial District to be composed of the Counties which, on his motion, was referred to a select Com' River. "..\n Act to divorce :Mary Ann ChILl: and Hale Chi' (
t>flr<*e, the following; acts :- of Gndden 'Iessl's Braden : And "-\n ,
Jackson Act
and Franklin. ,, Holmes and Downing for the relief of John Roberts fc fcwero l'
"An act to divorce Hosier Burke and Burke." Which read and the thereon. were appointed
was ( rules of the House being respectively signed by the President. (
";tq act to inroiporate Methodist Episcopal Churchin waved) on its and I ;\lr. McXeiH! .'1r. liell.nnv, from
I put pussage.: passed.: : f-om the select committee, to whom the the Select Committee, ttW '

551. Augu.sline.5': The House then adjourtted until Monday next at 12 : matter had been referred, reported a bill entitled Ac was referred thi subject of drafting; a code of llutef! ]
And! an act to divorce Indiana Cordelia T. Ritchards o'clock. I to> establish a Ferry across the Sinvannee Kiver, which the government of thd Hous': *.-Reported, lint Slid t
a-id Wolcott
Ritchards. Monday, January 19. (the rules of the House being waived) was read the first nittee hdd bad the subject roasidcntha: i anJ t,
JNO. H. EATON. The House and second times recommend to tlu, House the of the Rneg '
Which read. : met pursuant to adjournment a quorum by its title, and ordered for a third wading adoption
was being present tho journal of last Saturday's on tomorrow.Mr. force at the last session, without amendment, which?

Mr Filzpatrirk' from the committee on printing reported was! proceedings Priest, on a former day, otThred' the following was concurred 1 in and adopted hy the House, and l K j j
S to the House the reSolution -
following communication.
printed copies of slid
Excellency the Governor transmitted to the House : rules -ire ordered. r
the Resolved, That! the i The House thua resolved itself into Comnmittetthe '.
TALLAHASSEE, 16th January, 1S35. following communication to wit. Committee on the Judiciary be a :.
To the Committee on Printing: directed to take into consideration the propriety of givin ; Whole on the bill entitled "An Act to provide for & a

EXECUTIVE OFFICF, > to the Magistrate*, in the several Counties, in this l'Hrrl-" p rrtiign! of roil! and personal: proporty in the court'1LJW t

GENTLEMEN I will print in Pamphlet January 19tb, 1835. } tory, jurisdiction over all cases of assault: conirnitted : and Eq.nty in this Tuintory."-Mr. Love ID *.
.5 form the laws emcted by the present Leisative! Council, To the Legislative Council. within their respective Counties. and Chair, after ometune spent therein. the committee aro l
to define
by )law the
in nd thn same form and manner as last year, for two dollars Diligent search has been made in this office for a amount of fine to be imposed, by them, for uoh offcuceo and the Ctuinn.m: reported progress, ami, asked! IcayeU f

r fifty cents per pane, furnishing seven hundred nndtift memorial to Congress, adopted by the Legislative Coun- which was again read and adopted. ; I sit again. which report was: agreed to by the House.
copies ; the work to be executed within six weeks "cil at their Session of A bill His the II02. t'-
1832, praying the establishment entitled An Act to divorce Alexr. Patterson and I Excellency: the Governor transmitted to
S after the adjournment, or sooner practicable: ; & will pub- of Eliza the
additional Patterson
li.-ih the an judicial district, to he composed of the was read the second airl third ti.n.a. following communication: }
samo in the Floridian for one dollar and twenty- i "Counties! of Gadsden, Jackson: and Franklin," (the rules of the House waived :
live cents per pine. I will) print the Journals in agreeably being ) and the yeas and EXECUTIVE OFFICE I
pamph- to Resolution
a of the Council being
passed the 17th instant. nays required I by Messrs. Fitznalrick
; form [ and
et furnishing five hundred copies for two dollars and ---- 22d 1833. J
The search has proved unavailing.It were yeas, Mr. President Messrs.: I January ,
fifty cents per. pnge and \.ill publish the same in the has Bell tiny, Blount, To the/ Legislalire Council I
not been the practice of the Downing, Duval, Ed wards :
:Floridian Secretary of the 1 FitzpHrick! Higgubotharn
free of charge.! thet'-{
Territory, to preserve record of the proceedings of the 1 Hol.nes, Hunter, Ic eilllitche1 I nominate, as Directors, to (
I Such bills rcpoYts an.1 1 miscellaneous!' Job-work as the ( Council, except in cases when the Governor interposes Priest, Walker and \\"oocl-17. Mooring, Parish, Bank of Florida, for the present year, I e.followin:FC
Nays Messrs.
S the House order will be 3raden: -
may printed for four cents the Macon sons, to wit
objections to act done the Council McKinnon :
by and
hundred any no record of'their Smith4. So the said bill
words is
each .
counting word in the first JeIFersOm1C01HENRP
twenly.five. doings, has been made upon the Executive books. passed-ordered that the title be before ROBERT GAMBLE, of I
copies, and extra will be furnished as stated. CR1CHRDC. o
copies for
tour dollars A GEE of
A full bill
narrative entitled (
complete of their "An Act )
the proceedings, being to divorce Mary Ann Child and
hundred'copies not e.xcecding.two sheets, if more, placed the Journals of he Hale Child ALLEN "
upon ( House, it has been con' was read the second and third
five dollars per copy. The bills will he printed on fo j tim'es (the HECTOR W. BRADEN of LeonC? with blank us. aidered, and perhaps rightfully, that no notice of them is rules being waved) and passed-ordered that the title be }} pAUGUSTUS
cap paper margins the work to be executed ALSTON. J 1
necessary to be had, on the records, of this oflu-e as above stated.A .
with the proper ,
utmost after it JOHiYILEATOfc
promptitude be ordered.
may accordingly: reference was had, but with no successful bill entitled An Act to repeal An Act entitled An P
Yours respectfully, resultto tho journals of |832, to ascertain if the memorial to incorporate the City of Key West, was read the Which! was read, when on motion of Mr. BrouDt n
WILSON.. could be found there. and third times (the rules second House went into secret session on the 0ouninatmnnth f.

SS Which was rem] and laid on the table. JOHN II. EA rON. dered that the title be as above being waved) and passed-or- in contained, and did consent to and confirm l&9 I
-S A billl entitled "an act to provide for the partition of Which A bill : when the doo
was read. entitled An Act for was again
Real and Personal: property in the Courts of Law nnd Mr. McKinnon asked and obtained leave to was read tho second and third the relief ot John Roberts, I. A hill rntirled."AnAet to establish a Ferry acre;' a
introducea limes ere:
Equity in this Territory"-was taken up from the order bill, entitled "an act to provide for jail waived) the and (the rules being Suawnee river," was on motion of _Mr. Bellamy.n I
building yeas
a in the
of the day -hen on motion of Mr. Smith the House nays being required on its passage 1
r } county of Walton"-which on by Messrs. Macon and committee on the State of tho Territory.A
I Duval
his.otion was read )by its were Mr. I11JSI.
went into committee of the whole yeas President A .
S ;-afler some title Messrs. bill entitled "An Act theSt 1I
and to
made the order of the day for a second Bellamy, Blount incorporate btl"
I lime spent therein, the committee arose, and Mr. Love on Wednesday next reading Fitzpatrick, Higgenbotham, Downing, Duval, Edwards, I Wharf Company," was read the second tin6 by t }

therefrom, reported progress, and asked leave to sit again Mr. Putnam gave notice : that on some futuro day he Mitchell, Mooring, Parish, Priest, Holmes and,Wood Hunter, McNfill, and on motion of Mr. Smith, mHle the order "r i_4 I
which 16.
report was concurred in by the House when on will ask leave Messrs. Braden Nays for another reading on to-morrow. S (
to bill for the Macon 'eJ.
film a relief of Elias B. MeKinnon,Smithaud 1 0
of'Mr. WaIker-5
m ) Blount, 25 written to-morrowat11 }
copies:: were ordered. Gould. So the said bill is The House then nritnurnnd until

S The House then adjourned until to-morrow 12 o'clock. Also a bill for the relief of John C. CIcIand.! before stated. passed-ordered that the title be as ,I Counce o p

Also a bill regulating the mode of A bill entitled An Act LAW "ANECDOTE.ou have all heard of n
Saturday, January 17th. suing out writs of to divorce James Johnson and in df'd4: }
., error, and prosecuting appeals in the Territory of Florida. Dorathea Johnson, was read the second Higgins. Ho was: exceedingly C adroit '
and .
I Jb The Hout'o met third times \' C
to cdictmcnt
pursuant adjournment, a the and would sometimes almost hugh
quorum Mr. Blount rules prisoner,
notice that (
gave will being waived
on some future ) and
Up:1: feeing tire day passed-erdered that the Son ) c'
.., present yesterday's proceedings waslead. ask leave to introduce the following bills.-a bill to incor- title! be as before stated. for a small offence. A felloono 0tICIDP1
+; .
. i 1\" A trial for stealing a turkey the councellor ; a'
' porate the Escambia bill entitled An ,
Manufacturing Act
11 1; Mr. Macon gave notice that ho will, on a future day, A bill to authorise Abraham Millsted Company t\ establish a Ferry authorising John 0. Sewell to give a good humored turn to the affair. Whl' a
1 i: ask leave to i introduce a bill to > establish a across Chipola River, near Marianna a 'e 8.
: compel the defendant to Ferry across the Escambia river- was on motion of Mr. men of the jury, said he, this a really
l' and bill to Blount laid
a authorise '
bail for hisr in actions on table until Mon such a .
give appearance at law. Charles Hall to establise day next. affair: I wonder any one wnuld bring co'h.1
a ferry the Perdido
t Mr. Putnam moved that the order across river. we sa 1
of the rate
House directing into court-If at this
Mr. Putnam On we are going on
,I' s five written pursuant to notice before given, asked and motion of Mr. Blount, the bill entitled An Act hand I ret.-otlec' di
copies of to
twenty a bill entitled "An Act Obtained leave, to introduce bill provide for the Partition business enough on our !. Why, | ;
pj a entitled "an Real and
act to.. Personal c0imnoa
to piovide for the partition of real and Property I that more
) in
personal was College, nothing was
property amend an act entitled in the Courts of
1. an act to establish TanffofFees"which Jaw and
; in the courts of law and equity in this Territory, be re-con- his a Equity in the Territory was fo out a foraging. We used to have many a I hi

;ft i'l: idered and rescinded, which motion prevailed. I -mittee. on motion was referred. to the Judiciary com next.postponed, and made the oider of the day for Thursday per go in this way.Ye did not get the poultry t.o oRela! .. "

11./ On motion of Mr. Fizpatrick, the letter of William I .Mr. Walker The House the same place, and there was no harm ?one, 00it "

2 S Wilson,.making proposals for printing, was taken up from will ask leave to gave introduce notice,the that on some bills future day' he then adjourned until to.monow at 10 o'clk. found." Notwithstanding this appeal, the juryC ur1' It
following the
'the table for consideration, and op motion of Mr. Blount, A bill to authorise : the prisoner. After the Court rose, one of ) is
m. H. Chace and his Wednesday
the House advised and instructed the Committee on printing to construct a rail McAadamized other associates ** January 21, plain old farmer, meeting: the counsellor, COO1pba:

.to accept the proposals made by Mr. Willson! and to from the waters of Pensacola to or the artificial road The house met pursuant to adjourment quorum his ingenuity in the defence : and now sq lik:to

inter into a contract with hint.c nver to the 35th bay Perdido' bay or being present, the journal yesterday's proceedings waa he, fixing a knowing lookupon him, I should_ '
S degree of north latitude
being the read : you a question; which road do you take in g?log


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t" The lower, said the S-r; Charles Manners .
1 lo't"cr Home
F or 1 I Sir Robert See'y. crushing this monstrous! evil is to remove th(' From the V. F. Prices Current, January 3d. :
| it's matter on- Peel
J- "Prr ? \\Vll then no ; Chancellor of the Exchequer real'grievances which COTToN.-Arrh.tls Tallahassee Rail Road.
that from in
tIIJI''t ohsc'rv(' that if yon were uoinsfT& and Leader of the House of oppress misguided Europe uncommon *'I'-.i"l'oI.} ; i' ih,-
Commoas. ; anen through Jay.QQ.
irtl to people, and above alf. lo check at that ly passages: ha vebnnghr advice which seem TIpi .
b ** and lock I Lard once :>dath -:6 h instant
before Ellrnborounh at the TreuteiOtTh'e
) wouteliu.-t .jog on Foreign S cretarv. frightful evil the not to have met the of purchasers :
lr.1 I starvation of the introducing expectations .
I poor, by to rnv I ve f'Om ;.n StockhoIUers of the lbit
r hOll.t'-\Varrt'n Star.F119RIOE Marquess of Chandos First Lord o'f who have
in i
the consequence withdrawn (from the Road -
of the instafinent
vlwn Admiral' V' tem compulsory relief. Company, of two per cctrt, on
y. Our own resolution respecting the Duke of market. There was nothing done yesterday, Included each share, ordered lo I Ixi paid by directors of said

Lord Cowley President of the Board of Wellington is to deal with I in our hst report, were two or three mi .. cpanv. CHARLF.-* AUSTIN, Rereirer.Jinury .
kiN : Control. torn as we have derate IarcePor !oo.1! UptanJat 13 1-3:1 19 1-4 22f ti5 !4 ,.'v
done with Lord Gray, and with Lord cents but
Earl Gray's ; the sites r.iiiceembracabom 600 bales i
laTl1RD.Y !'] Sir of Rn 8tvn, Lord Lif ut. of Ireland. uecessor-to watcb him closely to oppose New Orleans: at 17 a 18 cents; 150 Upland Corporation of Tallahassee.lOI .

. !AL-- ----- henry Harding, Secretary for Ireland. hi.n vigorously, thrngb not factiously, when 15 1-Q a 17, ami( 50' Florida, 17- -:II:1kl a i total P! >Os\LS will t. received from .this date,

J.VNU\IIY24.! Sir O.Wcthercll.Lord Chnncellorfor Ireland he deseits what we conceive to he his f>r thr week of 2SOO bales. By the si l rip Si'via! until "W'-dn ihy the 2 th in-itart, 'by the In*
, \ E.trl of Aberdeen duty; ; tie Gnsse I icmlant and City Council, for keeping the ROAM
-- -- Ambassador to France. and when difficulties beset him in I aCCHllIlIIa'1Vt' been received from Ha
. ijr- 1 'us d:1tto noti -e th report t th Lord Stuart de Rothsav or Lord iMunster. the faithfulpert'orinauce vre as late as the 12th Dec. The sales there lor and STREETS of said City in repair, and for cutting
< of his duty, to help him with the town the WEEDS in the same at the.proper- seasons,
7b that Governor General Inoia. week previous to the 8th. were only! 1476 hules
time of
.(es in circnlat: on, some equal vigour. fnr the presnu vrar. Persons wishin; to take the
.1'Vfra't' has was in pocse10n' 0 r.important papebw Lord Marylinrouah: Master of the Horse. A retbrn. Minister he be. hut no chrtiige in prices. The arrivals had bwirnumetous. contract, are infonncd that the Weds will requirethrer
I r. must or no Minister a nil the stock on the 9th amounted to rutting within the seasonFor
tide 1 C in Sir E a more
f'r a :rc to. o'l ress Sugdcn, General. -
kp \ttorncy i
tSl-' ofYillaam the IV. His Grace will t fully 30,000 bales. Advice have al Jl bt-nn rei-ei disr.ription of the work to be performed, application
ii.The: I'ap.r a'lafcd to, arc fo-ir numbers. of 31r. Follett or Mr. Polloek, Solicitor Genera speedily find that he his no longer a borough v.j from Liverpool, by the ship St Andrew and mrtstb' i.ftflMotl e Intcndant.

I n'. t )C ;.Id In 5I1'i':I'in the seri *) two I. Parliament to dial with. Columbus, to the 4lh Dec -The sales 1lr: the By orJer of tire InUndant. *

J1I11.wb onr'! were pnMishe.i Th-T are not the Mr. Goulburn is to be the candidate for theSi'cakr'schijr week ending 2 lhov.., "ere 29,2000 biles: about : CHARLES AUSTIN,
"f 'S for the Pre"s' and conainl"i.- two thirds of which The I Jnninry 22 1835. 24 td Clerk of the C'lv' CouuciL
.roD,1! b tt 'flP1 : ; and the Sladdard intimates From the J\etc York Journal of Commerce. was: to spt.'cllbtur| --
:: ; and corrections of errors made! that if tho Reform d House of Commons VERY LATE I nnrket then became I inactive, and on the 3d December ADMIISTRATOINQTIC. "

: c' mo!t ol'nhichvcre made by the Editor. should refuse install FROM EUROPE. onlv 1-200 1111crf' sold, an.l.those at a I THE accounts and vouchers ofthe estate ot Ro-
to him
; vUi : at the Duke's word .
'r .\f '!cm fir other persons I ha been By the packet ship Montreal, Captain Chad decline of 131. to 1-ld. By a comparison of the B. OLIVER, deceased, will be presented
nor'ion of
IJ. a th:> Cot White's hand writing I. command, an immediate dissolution! beth wick, W(. have received London papers to the fluctuations stated by our correspondent, prices to the County Court of Leon, at its next March term,

) z 'red bvso-tie.tWO. or h'ce' UI. 'tanrc", thereby ftierringe consequence Until Sir Robert Perllmll eVCitiiItfDeC. 8th, and by the Silvio Je Gr.isse, leltolTS Sd. to l-2d. above what tl.ey were l for 'a settfcmcut, so far as the same has been ailminisd .

l rrur' In author. In regard to he handwrit- > return, th most important question( Parts p.1 per. to the evening of the 9th, and Havre on the I6th '\'. The stock ot Cothm in Liverpool Jlluuary'2tth by 1915 21 6-w JAS. S.with LINN.admr'
\:*, hr34 however to the of the Nwt estimated hales will annexed.ADMINISTRATOR'S .
1 : of tho e win have ?een the manu- as to when the dissolution shall take evening lOih. ? (30th at 117,500
2.f' 'he opinion' divided. The inference place, if at aU, will not be determined. The most iinjHirtarit news bv tips arrival, is the of all sorts, l being 100.000 less than the year belor: NOTICE. '

;!'<,, are a''out cquallv first if itf're London Spectator radical victory ijaiiie.l by the French Ministers in the at the same period. Liverpool dales ho. of 6th I THE ac-ounts find vouchers of the estate of PKI&.

,tfltS r\ deny.-In t'sc place, paper. Cha.libc'r Deputies Dec. 6th, after an animated Dec have been received, via Havre, which left .. WHITEHCRST deceased, win be presented
dM'.rllM t" rev ,-e his almost forgotten con. OPINIONS OF TilE PRESS. contest oft wo da's.Ve consider this triumph the market in the sane state as on the 3d. to the County Court of Leon, at. hs next Mvrch term,'.v per* ns can be produced who saw the From the Times, JVbc 18 "Measures!, as nearly decisive of the soccesof) the bill providing: Import here, since 1st inst.-from for asi>itlemcntf so far as the same has been adrninistrredliy -

'urn ,wV before l'' was possible! for C<;1. : lor: time execution the New Orleans SARAH WHITEAURST, adm'r
rpnt l ? not men, as o'>j"cts of attachment or opposition ,5,000,000 Treaty. We d a 1518 January -21th. IS:.i 216
.c'n l "'.ii.-In th second plac-, ad1n:1hf not find that the bill had bt-en South Carolina 714
Wh.le'tO ave ( i is a motto uhich has oSten been severelyrenured actually presented T --'-
mritmj ,, ., hand: : inasmuch as ia a ruled by having given: its adhesion to the 13j9 4 LL
nublUhed! but the four 1 country policy of the persons having dem/iivls against the
recollected thit: we : government; by a mjjoritv of 67, the .. stVe
, party Combination, certain men are regarded; ofAxnuExv G. MATS late
J: Jackson
of th<> 'cries '" question and stopped way was f fairly open for its jjresentation and Total 3012{ bales. ,!"-ceasd County,
crs will
< :
MBIT" as l'l.lri1l1teei, and they are frequently' the with the present them in tIle time prescribed! by
.lira ion of the num!>crs, on account of their best 1 prospect of successful issue. Export, from 1st to 31st Dec. 12,513 bales. law, duty auil.eiiticatn-1.:

1.'n'' person'1' h rlctcr. On Cot hitesarrxalthr bt.'st jiuarantecs, for purticultr 1Of isurt.s. But Sir K.ibert Peel had pn: ed through Pans, on Export from the United States, I IILINRY J. IIOLM: adm'r. .

? numbers were put in 0 his ha'i is in order when the r,ijn of party is i utterly .tt an end his way from Ko-ne to England. Immediately on since l'St October 179.765 SUSAN M. G.M.kYSa-Jm'rx., .

, tefl'. Injure of them himself. lIe rend them HJn the whole "people! ," a name unknown, illS arrival in ihe latter country, the Ministry Same time last year 172,031 T'cen1."r 1 1811. !Itfiiiiiiii4 t
:.,! ke (U' would be vt'nr.befnre -
Same time
Burk said in 100,617
-is his time hook of
and a red a' once to the propriety! to any text
'n h1< olic-c: the English constitution \\\\rn\ the hash London Morning Herald of Dec. 8th ac- Comparative Prices in .?\' tc- York For B. S'rEPIIENSillornt ,
lej ir paMir
It l
; !Im.IOll a rc :c: ariiciirani a* all. '
"Ir x knowledges the receipt of New York dales to Uplands / at Lau \
: ,babe hat Co' \Vhite ('om; ils predominating clcm Mit.-when thc !/
V* 't' i. vn.v pr. MHmg at ,a !' Nov. 19tn bv the Britannia. January 1, 1934 iSi a 16 c. per Ib -IAS )located l himself in ftuincy. Gaclsden Conn-
'. IIZ:;: mMcm'.sbefor 1 1 him, should or- essential pf-wcr of the State the representation .According to the London Courier nn.lid *
ClI r' fl"1 ofthe 8th, it 1i3i 1'2 i a 15 do. .. pra-tice in the Court of ApIi
reel amlt1iphich: } "2 }news intended for I of the people in Parliament, has devolved was announced that Sir Robert Peel, slept the 11-126 l 1-3( a H; do p-:U. and the SuperiorUotu-Is Gadid.-n, Leon and

,'., )res' and tfhvh c-niaiucl! uch phrases}. as "'* upon! th<-molveand on tln-ir own fice rhoi e, previous night at Canterbury, and that he would 1:3:27: 9 a 10} (101S2S Jae: ch (itifl15..!

, 't,',,'. u'( !.iiivir, a,id n,(r prty.. by < n'tniinr 1 "T'a ad: when no given number itniivi-lu; ls or of ;probably arrive on the f blowing day. 8; a 101 duJSJ J 'i..ry !1 Sllyear.Superior .

'3.'i r ,'r. Th" w rd 7t -".r'I '..vritt- too C'nl1lptC'- .imlics can b) any roui'erJ, however knful! LONDON, Saturday evening, Dec. 6.-The ' : 91 a 11 dl Dueling Pistols.

I t :;,Vjf,,{ hi- min ', l'ido' i s emb'an -c to the /r tl'lcrniit.titioi, however fixed. pVesont the firmness of| the British Securities dunn ISm: ( 9 3 101 ell -J n sit t : low' f.rrash) one case superior D1c=l/in.g ,.

I rrnRni:'! 0'' :':< paragraph i j.; very striking. Our I least effectual; harrier to the declared wishes the past ten days, oas strongly 3nil singular 1.S31 91 a 11 (1(11S32 -aI'it.1.. co.i'i !lftc, wit; all the necessary appa-

, iv thnt it his band wri'ing GI'-t11'* at ly- illustrated the general confidence which has 7 :1 10 di) rittu. Co-tt in London P l) pouinl stcriin Apply\ to
, oTtin! *
iii 1 sud ixth nunil-er and iul: resi'lutions of tht' 4peoplr. 1I:1m.'s be- prevailed among the capitalist. of this country 1833 10 a 1 n ell J. F. IX\VI, At '\\ Mar. r's store.
f.fh \ wa"J
oj ?.i1. v I i- inhe rontf, as we have :iready] : stated, in a con: with regard t:' tile future projects of the community IS34 10 a 1 do TnIaln'sce: .Janutry 2 t ith, I Id.i5. [pt-tr i "
esICl1 nlv'nc'l' 1
J j KaJn:: : 'h"* m'11:11.'r..u! (-' um- pnrison: between the 10'1 curb and English and our foreign policy! under the embryo 835 131 a IS dlJ
: \n:1 '". l"V.iio: in linJ, wcr1 n-1 jniblK c-1 a Admini tration Superior Cut Glass.
\ :' I Goveniments-names become as mucli a this confidence appears to LIVERPOOL CO TTON MARKET nee.5. .
01 L:1: t hl1lh'; ', .iicr rcadi..g' I11. V."e have increased with the W"ST icn ivvd direct frOfnlhe Manufi
I al: mailer to inditFrirenre in approximation; ofthc time The chief If th ctory on
approaching England; t bu. hi" d
>s C.utor. tins
part jnc in D
cnnsi and Tor
':'sr' sate
,.f itnportaarcto: matter aud hive \vl'.-n these low, for easily two sett
r '''UKiitiiin, necausp of the real supremacy of the nation important political changes are about weeixcurr d on .Saturdiv l'.d1 mtav\ {v.Jt si;-rior 'r.r ( LSS* UEGASTERa with. WINCS
'.1. '11t'f" 1u satifv pnbli : < ii-i tsiiv.f.T to he con' The to M'm ,
umntate British
UJd I' Stocks which and Dc. !Ntj -
: ; w en speculators bought: very Jr eat an itch. Apiy! : '
do iu France from ihe absolution
;! ; am into Mr.l"ya.. '0 hands byJM -as they I during the |l"ast: week have, shown every disposition I advance of full id pT H,. on -ur lat fI1.1ltinnsj; 'of J. F. DAVIS, .it Wn., Maner's
1. T/. \VI.n a''o-: in cm '.irk for the Xorth, the of th'1. Crown. The Duke of Wellington I II to firmness, :o-day have rather improveduuo.'i Nov. '8h: : but vmce then the mar-'e hasbrcorneex- T.i1arIase JaIL 2ith !181. 24 ifMarhafe p

} r .,.s.' n .lie!
: ,:I, -Mh v e'-er b2 the ,nan of "rtting 1.1ir.cul-: I hhown itself to be of a somewhat mitigated licgan s-i !92J, and after being done at D2J, dose thou/h nut ninny aid t to Jd decline the highestp Sale.
and this without
int, ; a'terati' in the
I ',, or pirtics eit'icr'ir i colour. in ('ontrastith that of IIH seller! ? nt 92j. ny reason 'If:: T virtue of writ of
rn I; "(!11 ai.y persons were suppoiters.thrj i wh ch au cd tic!, late imp-ove : e ;' in pn '.s. Two a Fi'rif Facial tome deJ
-, "n": r". ::'nt-l I I' ir proper nvners. Thox. 1: Dnke. we say, inn -t have th- countenance The King in his reply lo an dress from the ve>>eU rom Charbe .ton and one fro 'i New Oilcans iivtr.-d I sh..ll oxposr m pu'jfijlc! hefnc the

1 r"H': : handed] Mr. tvym by ::us a>:t'. The : of a freely chosen; Hou.t of 1 Com.non-j: city (London) Corporation gave the following i arri\"cll'1J-da\, : have not yet reporf-d their cirr; :>. I .10.. .)f th,. ('n1"t JoIHe inn tle! City of Tall-btmssee, .
I ;answer :- he i 13 779!> and the .n the fir>t S.1lnr.ay in \br..h n.xt nil the ti-
. .,. up rt is>, sale! > HIP 15.710 right,
;, -'i nr.n were burnt.' We leaI II for his entire and for each !
: er r. [
r I policy sep' It has been, and ever will he the object of bass viz1- 0 S''i I I-lain-- -0-1 to ..; 50 stain d I (. chin! fHl ioircst \Villi'i G. Burgess, inn
W' I;' *o jii-f\ himself tu the public for t'e 11.1 .- I measure by hch! it i i- illustrated or hf mu>i earnest solicitude to correct abu>eand to improve my- ''I 'd to 9d; .J j 0 B'iwf' !", Od I 1H : 10 0 X\\ 'd.-I'I I t'j the r"lhwin: d "srIJcd! LOTS, to wit.-The .

V h. l Iris niad.'tif! jia'ers 'o w ich he had nor I from the hour at whi--h that countenance i- the condition of the ronmry.I trust the .leans, 9ul to 1 li'l ; 1H A ahama, cr. 8 d to IU .uuh half! of Lot No 95, an I the wholi of Lot No.

. ." r'l i'i!1 > 'h"c.! w- ptve him full leave 141 avail! i ii. } withdrawn! from him cease to b Mmisa-r o' Ministers I may appoint; will, by the sncce ffulrosMiitionof ::90 Pernams: l"-d 0 1 <9d ; liO: Cahin, ld; ". lid; : n i:>, with the improvements thereon, which was leviedon
:IHO Maranlnm 11.-I t-> 1 Jd i .!u D.-ni ns popety of said Bargcss to said
nra Uild to satisfy e3l' -
I i. <;? d! nl Muular nc-iJcnls fur the J'u'ure. In n j ) I I this the first wi' h of ; I
Great Htitam. To the Duk of Weiliniiton heart
IIiun ii *
imagine my I5d )1 \Vet India, S.d; t.> i-i1; (-rgypti.ui: IGil.o ; ftvor: of the Ccn'.nl Bank of Florida.
!!: : ', ',T i confidence and obtain that of =\villtake
y ny ,
l or that any man with a titli "! his sa my. peopie. 1 ijd, and 3DO: urats, 7id t6'd per .b plare wIthin the usual hours.TUOMYS .
1 : '. 'f:'!"' ca-'c w '1 he >ouht} in ;ius ifi! *a.ion- acity, could undertake the administration of 1\ c. :.-OnU a mode'-'te: bu"i'--s h-:" been dorn E. R\NDOLPHir. I

C : \V arm n.ludlig! to tLc j jnjx-is shown him > t \1 This is considered by many as an assurance in Cotton 'o- to-, MIR, sa'es not' exceeding 10.-0 Lags Dv A. A. FISI1ER D. M.
. \\ :.!iiinii: ,n, ;r ni.ia ly col'odt. o i ihccsrr-spr'tlcnte a country peivaded as this i is i by a universal I that the new Miui'rrvvil nnt be firmed tore- at about the price of ye ,enhy, J an. (-"t. 1"'J;-. 2'f 1'.
consciousness that .the application of the reform vent those irrnshich: t
; ,; K i.f 'jon. Ja ',:so1), meanii'p: m'*re1v. that) it ( re its predecessors vere I N .
\.- h trdlv! po'-!'blc that pnp} rs, so entirely: pcrs"iial] principle to many"gros- n!):isrs of the i preparing. or pare tem: down to such dimensions FRIGATE UNITED ST A TES.-The arrival of -roes and Land at Auction.On .

,,. 'h-i-, ''un t '!HT, could have If'en'ritte} or filedr I Church nn.1 Stito still remains iitMHected, an as may accord with the principles of the Tories or this vf' s1'a.] nnnoiifcJ on Friday In this !11( lOlh hy of February 1833, Will be sold'ot -
: thai nithuut its furtlcr and : Conservatives.Lo.f Ifs is lirllo ; I') i/.k- k A.i.i. ?r th.? U use of Culesbcon: '
v n- r'Ihlc: d ('11jLt.t1) ;. tHa': the systematic pro p-tper. return < hive 'boon ln-- "

T P'-) "' of ,he :iinmi= rnt on and the writer, ha. eX-I'I gross the pence and well being of every: raId : without DON, DEC. 8.-Thoo'clockp.and business m.-We remain t-ne'1 1 hy tnn iijiprmttm, "r cl.. Gh..-!,". w.. :I? "I iwctl.. ::1""JI in D-TUur:_',."C-3:unity, f>.G.x._,.at'.:__Public r.e "Inn Auction\Vo.nt:1-, 15
II news in the Money I
!: ".t'\: coisiru.t ji! tf> a breach (.f imp-ied: conflir I of society must bo altojelli- lOiN'urc't.Iimagine any hoard uhilst it was lymyj at nn '!hor in Port'i A.I'! Children :-Also a P! m'a:lna of 33 1) acres of '
market is
ir :""'n'! !] nnn nivl l iinn. Th ,.trnh! I5". -he ..a- we nay. that the Duke Wellington tion. very limited, and without fluctua Mahon. It i im stated however tint al'hou' i I jvh-t lin'l with: a cjmfirtlUc, dwelling! and Gin
: L>n-e 1 iO( uiklcra o.Id fence
ncrcs also several
I II ,
]If' IIIljI""lIb'Te,! : pii'i'ic' docum! >nt -They ('('fl- I could undertake his IUC'lf lIt office in the >.-\ Several meetings had taken place throughout! th J whole shir.. '! CnlJi'HI"rrp.: tnore or l--s I I j: !)!::it'r-11 l b-islurls: of Corn, with Fodder\ Sugar Boilers,

vin.-i I : Gi'V.'ir. i Dir nl's "o'c tlrli-nrc n-jainM the I pecUtiou of being able to ob>trmt the rcgula 1I i the British Isles in relation to the change of minisit JifTi'Ck'd sit the t lime of 1ivinir AIihf, in r I" s J I mill: I, an.! '":11'it other Fanning Utensils-ont'4 horse

chare'-Tliw v.i eon fi'c in 'he Executive officethsih advancement of reform principles, and in j i try, but the excitement does not appear to have than n wtnknOrrvpi;:hin2aiifhnr all I 1 cm ho.ird 'o ;J W *<), one CtmTi'e, one Jersey ? Mucs.! and
: a'i.l l w:f v > exhibited i and i if i i' will be one tl, 11 .;iscjr td F'urniture, and other articlesI
any d 1 hin ,so, to 'resist th uhule inU'llpctunl 1 and so great as might have been cxjx-cted. wpru n.tor'ci In) thir 1111 il I h ':1Ith.! and e\'ry -
n-n'a'inh' to he -H'Mi: .na'i, we wi I add that Political Unions. II I >o.i p1. t of the present J'rop! 32 ba:s prim 5 Cot-
: I'.rycr. moral force would -Extract of a letter from Mr. ih..tiia-4 h Hy
of England, stamp him for e 1,1. ii"i' o ul,1r"'Iwarf-tc1. LI. .3 ,>r C b'ol: Sitar, lo and Cat-
Syrup, Hugs
,' th! 'tnnJjjid by whi-i h his ,har esa-am'-t.t Go\\ Alt wood, M. P. for Birmingham :-"With regard .
he nvrivcd iron
I a nv.miac. (-ji-arrixa! I tiers It\ e n I II I t1.- .
II> ;ifH'It' *'.t fnaicd. AVc in the' to the Political: Union favorite and cherished IF I
( no pirallel The downfall of the Melbourne Ministry IKnow I my' I tile ab-P 01 the line D 'la.\ ;tr" -a-J extract I Iron I If F! Terms made known en the dayotsale.t -
tU't'\ .-. Rut admit the ftct, and we snll! till say, )political power and erf" national safety. I >:ir CiAlLK8 -l. S iAWELL.P. ., ,
irretrievable and the nation det. f of which in the'iztlo.. W(! fixing
that! !tw'II ,r '(I' g\ will not make one rig'''neither must :.Tmine I that we cannot efficiently) set it in mlltl m.Ve no copy :.-Tho PLintatujn is3 miles from Tallahassee. '

*iltwa\ t.t. ci'trracbery uial-e one of ',o id f 1'1t. I coolly \\ hat is to be clone -One course, I must have finances -ii our hands and we must au ncrounf of thO e.xrurs-ion of! the wilier to Jn. 21, IS 53.. 2tMlFQl .

AV T-zrc. tuadd the :m' nrolOly} {ar'T. that} the! ? ub0"M and one ahme, is possible: it is to support, know a little mOl e of Lord Durham. If the public II th" holy Land. SALE. -
under all of and c.iroumsfance ; Spirit of the the people should be awake let 4'0n the i 15th September, the author' I
f tli, a 'ide"; Jh" four num' e-s "f Juniiis, have changes men >, say A VALUABLE d LAND, sitnatedin Leon
fi..ei(>:, c "t<.f t'jc Capulet-"'-There] let their ihe practical reform of every definite and accessible them give proof of it by contributing their subscriptions Commodore '*atl"'rsou, family, aid; i Iargc i.sL Co .ntr, appraise in Uf. Union Bank at six

"lIe "cst tn pea e. Abo'it tno oVJoclr! P. M. on t'eiMmv' abuse. On this point there can be and h.\ placing I hc 'sinews of wa r' in parIft thehip for Joru.attii-10! miles in t0und d lbr.;, which Siick will be transferred to
our hands. Without these in hand it is f folly for I ch A cuniiilerahle: of .he above
11111 the >s r. portion
I of the
,11t' were cbs ovrcd on fire, and "before retrogressiju/i, there can be no stagnation.Every th.; interior. Of course was pirfy.
us to attempt to move. I land is upcn and unJcr a goo'l fen & The buildings
asv silvan coull lr. rendered, were complet- ly I grievance unretlresscd-every source .Manchester.-The contest betweeen the master We 1 lauded at JaU.j, and after two or thn-tr .ire convenient and in a good state of repair.-Also,

envied in 11l'U: t'S. of corruption unpnrifir- -cv'ry unsound spek tailors and the journeymen, wlrcli; has Ireen carried! hours di'l-iy in eujz-i 'IIi! mid' s donkers, we j j i :i Iaxg j pian i'j of Cora wilt be sold to the purcha-. '

in any one of her national institutions is a de- on for nearly six months, Ius tenninaieirtn the unconditional started at 5. P. M. Our party con ,i"'l'd rf 64, !\, Sc "f the land, if desired. .

We arc m.el.lcto\ a catloman from Xtrv Yorkfor poitory of the sced, and an assurance of the surrender of f the men. The employ-: all armed with a Iwe <;f jji.tols and a cat- For term, apply to ihesuhcriheron, S. s. CHRISTOPHER ihe premises

:lie uiai of Ann: i cwvpapcr, from whic'i' we ,return ol that rnal idy which: the Reform; Bill era require them to quit the union before they lass: tl-! ') a guard of four \rthwell mounted, _Jan. 21 2Mw

lire iude out foreign i ex rac.s. Gen. Seiry '.as : iudf was destined to extinguish-the peslilence give them work. and armed Thn (first evrniiijj we slept! at

f'tle with tic iu\rltion of4iverjnz, if possible, the of :.FHE HAGCR.The conscripts for the militia of Raimi, a villain* nine lIIjI-s from Jalia. Started I Notice.
1IR'e where our Mails! hvc been iieiOjited for the i unjust: government.The 1835 are to be Called out ,in tine pn>portioti of one -1N: Saturday tho 24ih ins. 1 shall hire to the
the 7. \. M rode through
11'1 ninth. I Duko of Wellington must be well aware for every 300 souls, winch is considered i bv some nl iniTiwnffal ; Ji' highest bidder tyui! the ls diy of December

that pucb is the feeling which animates j to look warlike. Other measures, h-jvvever, ap a broiling) SU.-T, tliii"d urid-r sow fig trt'eai1d iii'x1, five Xcro Men and five Women, urless the

the gloat bulk of the community, and in the i |>ear to be demonstrative to the contrary; among stopped; } l infon;" of ih* I II I ,Iy City at 8, men shoul I b-i previously hired out. The_ women

!T ". .tts nij 1 teeth of it we are il! our own minds, satisfied : these may reckoned an unlimited fur'ough' 10 the.I P. ': ;fir a most fatiLriin. journey. The[ will bo positively pufup to thc highest bidder on the

HIGHLY( I IMPORTANT IXTKLLIGKNCK.Ottrthrawof that he will) never venture to act. I Con ps ofRifl.-men: of Van Dam, and P''il.I bly to n-iolorr, and family: put up at the EnglishMiiiornry't : aim'1'hi'ae'-"* named: day., I ant 7 R.'32ff" J. HACKLE

the Whig Vinhlry and return ofthe We stated yesterday as tho allegation of. the other corps volunteers.! It is said' thit tlJtPr'lIcl t house hut th. ie-t of u. poor
> Orange (who has recently arrived from i IT II weeks after date, I will make application
Tories to pnifcr. I the Duke of Wellington's triends, that he is I Berlin) i ii u> nroceed to London to renew the reg. I dn iI", \\'I re conducted to the Greek Convent. j 1 to he Jude of the County Court of Jefferson

On :I'mdathl'' Km:: came to :::5t. Samr-s's : deeply 'lIIpreosedth the necessity of a.. illations relative to Belgium with the new Biitiahministry. \Vh a was our horror after anticipating a dc- county, for an flrdcr to sell_the. Ktst: half of_8. East

Plla .b, and received the fO mal resi tiationslite thorough Chuicb reform. I If his Grace be so hghtful ui ht's rest, to be ushered into a row i quarter of section 29, tonsmp 1, JNortn range,* .'\$1r

If hIs servantthe Duke of \Y tlIintoll'H convinced with regard to the Church of England SPAIN. of miscrabl!. little cells each capable of containing cotuainin? eighty acres, belonging the esiate'or
David,Elolder. late of said county,
sworn in as Secretary of the H> ne DeP'irtnio : h.w much more profoundly must he The Sentinelle des Pvrences of Bayone-of the six or night persons, with stone floors Jan. IT. IS35 ( ::14) CHARLOTTE HOLDER.

; : t. and was also commisssoncd by his i entertain tho conviction ns to what concerns 4th inst. has the f following:-"A bulletin addressedto I and walls, nothing to aleep on but a bare mat, : '.

ilaj-sty tu conduct ih'e businnss of the other : the Irish Church! In persu.iding ourselves, General 1 Harispe states that Mina has completely I and nothing in the shape ofa table or .:hair.- LEON COUNTY, FLORIDA.In ..

Pfln'"ipat: d.-partnu-nts of the sate. with the 1 1b however, that the Duke ineditit Tfornr1we be:iten the" Carlists, and has taken and killed I Miserable as it was, wo hid down, had just the County Court of laid County -*

15t'1nCt of the Undr secretaries s, until (ICwte 1 must wait for his artion be/ore th<'ir sut- ; 1,800 Extract) men. of a letter of the M: 1 Dec. from the began to dose, when the fl"as attacked us EN James. Edwin vs. Stewart, )> Attachment.

) arrangements are fntored into. On I ficioncv can be relied upon: ; and if they fill Aludes:-"The news of the execution of Lieut. MASSE ; and with scratching kukin and turning Edward Birnwcll. \

Fliay he further received tho senla of the I ISerr"luyof >hori of what the evil requires, if iht-y touch Cot Maucko and the defeat of the 9th bittalion, out several times to shuke them off we T FLE: Defendant and others eoneuned, are noti5eltoC

War, Paymaster of the For,-es, : but the O1J/ face and leave the root unmolested \hi.hVa.. tinker his command, i is confirmed. spent our first night in the Holy City. the i.suing or .Attachment, and are ,required -

and first Cf.rnmis.sioner of the Woods andforests. : the country will soon display its sense of tin- Ah'>iit the mid.lie of November, Brigadier Linares Th,, next day we visited Calvary. On en- the to plead 'to the' EDWARD Declaration CHANDLER conformably with

The Duke J its attacked fiis Carlist battalion: when l least expected; tnri-Mf the church built by the Empress. Helen statute.
is therefore p.'o ttmpore f failure by taking the remedy: iLto OWN Oct. 1st, 1334. S.m) -Foj Plaintiff.
}"*l which being panic struck, tied m the utmost confusion I shown is a marble slab -
Lord of the Treasury. Secretary; ol the I hands. So respecting economy at (home and I the first thing you are : NOTICE. '
to the mountains. Mancho was distinguished washed
}!.omo, ornj n, and Colonul D ;partments, ill our distant possessions -so, for reform of by his red cap, was pursued.and taken by 'on which our Savior was of aflor his A PPLICATION will made at the next if arch

:IN Lord of the Admiralty President of the the manifold ,,buse of our corporations, Die slmrt shooters ot Linares, and immediately crucifixion. You then go up a flight stepsto SL Term of the County Court for Leon connly.'for
B'lard of and then the monks point out the settlement of all! the accounts ofthe Estate of DATIS-
Control, Secretary at War, and First with what is i wauling towards a butter arrangement I afte-w.irds shot. Mancho, at the commencement a

COmlnlso iomT, of ibe Woods nnd Forests! of the criminal law, and the law of real. of the Insurrection, was :llca e of Ocnugayia, hit spot where our Savior and two theives were FLOYD notice., deceased, of which BEN all CHAIRES concerned will Ex'r.take doe

HewilJ rich and had sufficient in- crucified, the rent in the rock &. You then ,
: continue tQ act in those manifold rapacities i property. If the Duke of Wellington proceeds InlitllVIl; was very BETSEY FLOYD, Ex'trix,
terest to induce a great number of the young menor descend and are shown the Holy Sepulchre, December 1834.
und in any ()thC. we pn sume, that with these iu sympathy: with the people 19th [19tdslNO'rICE.
be the neighboring values to form the 9th battalion which is built in another part of the church.
doomed Hubert of faith there is
Jdy necessary until Sir. and in a spirit good no man .
the command of'which was given to him by the church we wont ttt the
After ,
who has gone to Italy, returns. The from whom Englishmen accept a benefit the Carlisle Junta." A LL persons having claims against the estate of

t ('ce ()f any office i in the Government, in- moro cordially or gratefully than from hun MiiM has determined to bring the troops of, Mount of Olives spent halfan hour in ram- 3L HENRY F. YONQE, late of Gadsden county, are

I dmthp P'letnuMvhij for has served them. If he abandons who has been bUg amongst the olives tiee, saw the Dead hereby nolifted to present them properly authentic- J
tu ), i< reserved that vh'> already Carlos, under Zumalacarreguy, ( without the EScecuors And indebted
Jordan 20 miles distant and in ted delay to : persons -
t uporunt personage. It will prouatilv bo I the duly prescribed! to him by his country waiting to measure strengh with him) to a general Sea and river ; to the estate are requested to make immediate

I fUrhl1g11l before he can arrive in Kngfacd, the result is clear-neither the people nor engagement. He marched from Pampeluna' on returning stopp-'d at the tomb of the Virgin payment. JOHN W. MALONE, ) ,
aDd till then will maintain alliance with him the 27th Nov. at the head of 5,000 men, with a Mary and tomb of Absalom. Tho day following : T. J. KENAN nC\ltcrs.
at least, the Dike& will remain I the press an ,
** ole corps de reserve of 10,000 more. Our next accounts went to Betblehom l 6 miles di-tant, saw Quincy Dec. 4th 1834.. 18-RW' .
: responsible his Ministry draws to end. -
Minister of th- empire. and an decisive.
'n e state of is relates to the affairs of Ireland generally wilL'probably" bring something lh- place of our Savior's nativity, dined and NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
l thngs wo believe, unprece As On the SStli he arrived at Esteletta, where he
dented. -if there be standing grievances; to be removed found the columns of Lorenzo Cordova, and Lopez returned in the f'vel11n Having seen everything THAT the Books of subscription for the resJtl!
. in Jfruak set out the next day on the Stock of the Union Jfcmk of
is doubtful what arrangements will J; so i* there a lawless and intolerable whose united force amounted to 9000 infantry Capital
be the :and arrived on the second Florida, will be opened underthe superintendence of
our return to ship
.60 ally made. Conjecture bus been 'busy I power to be subjugated power which aims 300 cavalry, and four pieces of artillery. A the Board of Directors at their Bulking House in the
'ith tb. ruin for the sake of at-1 fish and supply of arms had arrived from Engltnd la the : day.-[N Y. Spectator
take names of those who ale likely! tol ut the public I City of Tallahassee, on Thursdythe.22d Januarynext.

oflice. Premising, therefore, that noth unhnllowed gain. That power, we say, must Queens troops. *"
flg Don Carlos was, on the 2Sih Nov., at Elite, NOTICE. Subscribers will be reqrfred to file their appraanvuts -
certJiu neither Government
10 known, we may mention that it be crushed ; nor society within leagues of Parapeluna. creditor I. title to the and Clerks Certlficatee -
is seven jIX Weeks aftf r. ale, ,(as the largest ) papers property
fumored and almost expected that: can exist in juxta position with it: the English I The Duke Wellington intends (says a correspondent ) shall apoty for Letters of Administration on at the time of subscribing. *" % *.

1"ord..Lynhurlit will be Lord Chancellor. nation, and the best part of tho rishlnation, in the Morning Herald) lo combii.e the Estate of Wm. T Kilbee, deed. By order of the Board, '

Sir Jane8 Scarlet, Lord Chief Baron (with concur in.denouncing it as the mastercurseof the quadruple aUianrt;and his policy will be directed SO; O. SE >VALL. ROMEO LRWI

.lp eerage.) Irelftud. Tte best-modo, however, of to induce Dot Carlos lo quit Spain. Marian, January: 17 93-6 Tallahassee, Dee 20.tt9




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} NOTICE. will made at the next March '

: Law partnership formerly existing between HANDS wanted to work on the Tallaaassee Rail WILL be sold on Monday the 26thday; of Janua the APPLICATION Court for Leon county, fora i J .J MIXTUJC '

: TIlJR: hn P. Booth and James D. Wcstcott Jr. hath for the ensuing year. Persons having at public out-cry,on the premises,halt settlement of nil the accounts of the Estate of DATU 0
; able bodied will call on either oi following TBACT OF.LAND, consisting of the East will due '
h n Isoh'erl) hands to hire, please FLOTD,deceased, of wl.ich all 1 concerned take ANTWOSiftvE
byagrceme\t. of the S. E. of section 8 and tha west ha.f<>f I PILts 1
'.1nrdl'i 1831. the undersigned, or to Capt. H. F. Simmons. quarter notice. BEN( CHAIRES. Rx'r. N Consequence or'th '
: !:_ of section 9 Township one, S. and E. attempts ,
, BEN CHAIRES, in one rang BETSEY' FLOYD, Ex'trix, made to to "
KERR the real of DAVIS FLOTD, deceased, and 1.pollC spunous --miuiwns 7L11!
CARD. WILLIAM being estate 19th December 1814 [19tds1 valuable Medlcmelnhe of
J: TURBUTT R. BETTON. sold by permission of the County Court of Leon eluded on the publi ,11 F'1Jrid.l.

't: -JIMCT I>., OTT JPKIOR declined a eontlnnanw in Committee on behalf. R. Company.I cjunty. A life-estate in one hundred acres of which NOTICE.4LL lure to *, few necessity tstahiJlted oJ confining lAc lilt tf 1fti
f. k'fjv tf flecr-tarr o FlorMa,and accepted the Commission lard has been the widow of said deceased : atrtnb 4J lAc.
Tallahassee Dec. 1834. 21tf assigned to of .re
M. S Attorncv f-ir th%Middle District,chieb that be might 29th I persons having claims against the estate : the regular rfmonrff. jut I
and that .
: for her dower the is sold subject to re-
anll to the practice of tract Gadsden are Medicines
d|; \9 bin tineulufr.I' nnmittifly Packets. F. YONOE, late of county, will be kJSffifr tfl
) Orleans
. t'i nw: unit he informs his friends in Florida and elwwhere., in servation. Terms Cash.BEN hereby notified to present them properly authenticated whose names and residences constantly aiS S ? 9*
Court of Appeal ?
hu.. all h i-anrss enlra"l" to him in the The schooners LADY WASHINGTON CHAIRBS, Ex'r.
I- 1M Courts of Uw Middle District, or in the Buperiorf'nurtli WASHINGTON FLOYD Ex'trix. without delay to the Executors: And persons proprietor wishes it distinctly ,miJSTft N
of Jickfftn andfranklin Counties in Wwt Florida, or Cant. debted to the estate: are requested to make immediate 7\ot he the sS2i f
\. ivr ivcatnr and Th-mas Countias, Georgia, will. receive metn Capt. M. SWAIM, will run 19th December, 1834 [20tds] payment. JOHN W MALONE, ... ioU In TT"'yor any persons, IntJ
: 't"i o-iBCtuil an>l aiiious attenliou. f l larly during the season, every Packets, T. J. KEN AN, T -iT ,3 Spurious mixtures have except his w tor
T"Ul.luauechy 1-1, IBM b and St. Marks. Gerardin & Wuy Hcen mtde
; v eon New Orleans and 18-Rv derable ant IOtd u
Dee. 41h 1834 ita
Quincy, quantities uy two -
,- M1HDLE, FLORIDA. Dec. 13th, I 1834.IS6msBOOKS and -- iyieaBs, b T ,i
DISTRICT OF Watch Makers and Importers of English Gadsden counties, and perhaps bv n.V N ,

'. X the Superior Court. & STATIONARY. French Jewelry and Fancy Articles, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, doubtless imported from New, Qtkand.: 3
M. RstnatDs, ) In Assumpsit their FIAT- of sub fr the residueof Those, therefore who e teir
.TAXES assortment received at es- the Books ?cirtion wish to '
subscriber has received general
. versus > THE I AND TATiOAftT which he offers to HAVE on Monroe-ct. T the Capital Stock of the Union Hank of article en be sure of setting it oily faJ/ STJuffollowing ttd-
, ftr.1'n K. BAHOX> Attariimcnt. New York, Florida will be under the superintendence of *
:K Attacli- his old customers at reduced prices among which are by late arrivals from opened centlcmenare Aeent PI"
is hereby given, that process f a large assortment,among which the Board of Directors at their Banking House in the E. B..Perkins, General W0"-
. 'NOTICE issued in the above stated cause The Token for 1835 A Agent at T
. been : 1 ore the following: City of Tallahassee, on Thursday the-22d Januarynext. Kerr 4-Slnrpes, Agents for jlal1l31Jee.
said Court.
: nnd mido returnable to the ncxi Term of Affection's Gift ; Gold and silver Watches, La- Jam,tSL Ecclcs, d.'. 'farka.
Thr Defendant and all others concerned, are notific.of and Christmas Box ; I cies: Watches, Gold Earrings, Subscribers will be required to file their apprais- Golilirr t'Jho0l (10. hilley.

t the same, and are hereby required to appear with the The late Novels] Breastpins, Fin erril1 S, Watch mouts, title papers to the property, and Clerks Certificates Darins'VV"ilfaB&Co i!I do Mikasockj. Jjr

fJen.1 to tho declamtion filed in accorlance Chains and patent Keys, Gentlemen and Ladies at the time of subscribing. Thomas! \le er, do. l\1nticcUo.

Statute in such case made and provided.JAMES And a great variety of I Guard Chains. Shirt Buttons and Studs, plain and By order of the Board, J. W Potts, do. IhcbtwD J

A. BERTHELOT.T"n Standard and Miscellaneous Works; cut glass Bcuds of every dosrrption; Inkstands, ROMEO LEWIS, Cashier. Malcolm Furgosfcn, do. Ch.'ttah -

, h'sef'. 23h October 1S 14. (12'H Schc 01 and Blank Books, of every description ; Bronzes, &c. Perfumcries of the blsl quality. patent Tallahassee, Dec. 20 ((19-fw) P. W.Gamier, Jr. do. Thomuti1Ie.

FRESH GROCERIES. Rogers Extra fine Pen-Knives; Pens, Ladies' Boxes cf every size, Sc.issnrs, PocketBooks Holmes& Williams, do. 'MaTlanl'04.

and Ink, Quills, Paper, Tape, Scaling.\V I1X, Baskets for ladies an.1 children, Bcad.Bags. NOTICE. JOHN R. ROWAND l\mpbenro'i1.
received offers
:' T 1l1) tri"tr has just Pcckct Globes for Childrenc.. $-c. India Rubber Bracers,Pistols, Percussion Caps, LQoki THE Stockholders' in the T-illahassee Rail Road Nov. t. 1834. (l2GmStoring | rrlpriet

. BBLS. Flour, The subscriber also informs the public, that his CIRCULATING i ing-G Kisses &c. &c. : are hereby notified that an Instalment

: 80 10 do. Buck-Wheat, (I LIRRART is now open, and any one can become 'i'allahassuc. October 11, f IWl. ((9tf 25ih of two day per of cen-t.January is required next to at be the paid Treasury on or before office the in & Shipping of Cotton let ill

a subscriber on complying with the terms.
:. 8 do. VVnter-Crackers, WILLIAM WILSON. FRi S?5 DRUGS. 1'1 ;S allahassee By order of the Board. KERR f STIJRGES will attend to 5ff
Raisins ) 20. 134. ; R. K. CALL President.Watches aSH
25 boxes ee. [19-tiwJ} Cofton-ihey will also
November 1st, 1834 12-tf Surgical Instruments, ( -c. Cotton entrusted to their
20 do. Cheese, care for shipm.. iL
I'' With' an assortment of all kinds of Groceries for ROWAND'S TONIC MIXTURE I HAVE just received) a full supply ol fresh Jewelry, &c. market in the United! States or elsewhere and t 4
- purchase at either their
.,!So at the lowest cash: flrices.GEO. Druirj, Medicines. and Chemicals. Pure lTsubscriber !has just received Marks. in TallaMC ori
U. LI DENBERGER. CASTOR OIL, QTOV7JVJS, c. PORT ..VjnKIlM& Ml'SCJTELLF. irf.VC, .; T nn additional 1 sup Oct.4'hSNSURANL' 193.1 '((8tfJ)

:.. December 6.-I7if'FLORIDA Also the celebrated RED LISTMBNT": for Rheumatism in bottles, imported spccinllv fir the use of the 'iz plyof WATCHES,JEWELRY, :IL-
, &e. 50 cts. bottle .' TER SPOOKS,&r. which he offers
LJIM FOR SALE. sick. Weimnd & Snovvlen's superior \MPUTATING c
"JANE'S CARMINATIVE BALSAM," an excellent Medicine TnnriiLviNG OBSTETRICAL EVE DISSECTING ;((3 % for alc on his customary rcaI f
It un1crsigned having purchased of General in colic, bowel complaints! &c 50 cts. bottle. ,__' I sona'ilc terms.
. T LaFnyettc, the township; of land in Florhlagrnn "Dr.SrousE INFANT DROPS" for bowel complaints o and POCKET INSTRUMENTS, in casrs. C' FREDERICK TOWLE.

tHO' fr.11to him by the Congress of the United States,offei children, 25 cts. bottle. STOMACH PUMPS nnd() PIPES, Silver Lancets and Oct: 41h, 131J. (Stf) F J

for slLle.r "Dr. WEAVER'S EYE SALVE EYE > Lancet Cases, nnd Nurse Tubes. &c. -
I thc same 25 else each The subscriber has employed a Watch-Maker dirrrt k\
r This land is situated in the immediatehood ne\hhonl'-? WATER,' ) An assortment of DRIED HERBS from the "rom England ; and assurc' the public, that any work 4OIL-

i of Tallahassee and is be'ievcd, for fertility of Do. Itch Ointment, 37" per box. 1J..kert1ntn which arc Lemon Balm.C tncp, entrusted to him in his line, shall be done piompllv j *
advauta-cs, to be more valuable than I Do. Worm Tea & Salvo, 25 cts. each. Mint Sago Sweet !1
soil, an local I Hysop, Majoram, Savory, and in 'hebrs; 'runner. V. T. -
_ ryiv other land in the territory. he Do. Tooth Ache Drops, 23 cts. bottle. Thyme, Cellery, Sec. = ; T1k

" The Southwestern part: 5f the to\vnshipndj the -ALSO- LIME JUICE and LEMON SYRUP.SPICF'.S Bargains Bargains lots of Bargains ,
of Tallahassee from which point to shippingport "THE ROACH & BED-BOG BANEwhich offers an I.
city of abou wenty miles, &c. of Roaches and of every Kind-Genuine INDiA CURRY.i GST received brig Gertrude frr.m Baltimore :
. of SU Marks, a distance: effectual means clearinghouses, J per j
I. n rail road is in contemplation to be made, in a shortlIThc Bcd-Bugs. English French and PrpJ1ti* Soaps and Per- and for sale low for cash, a general assortmentof : jT

Sachcromcters, Hydrometers, Sugar Boilers, Thcr- fumery. Mrs Miller's ed!>brate-l) SNUFF. May- GROCERIES, consisting of .

r navigation ot the St. Marks river has been rrrcntlv mometers, with a general assortment of fresh DRUGS, nard & Noye's celebrated! INK and INV POWDER i Fresh Fbur, (this yearns crop) -- -

improved, to a point within six miles of the &c.just received by E. B. PERKINS THERMOMETERS, HYDROMETERs &c I Bacun and Sides, New Orleans Sugar, -4aI
Boutheastern of the township, which will affordnavigation Oct. 4, 1834. [8-6m] Druggist.. E. B. PERKINS. .
. part and certain transportation orproluce. Pickled Herring, Rice, Soap, ,Liquors, $fc. I L.:1 tinsc lOS or trtnu'i-by FlREa I
for a cheap Tallahassee, July 9th, 1934. [4.3tf1 the
NOTICE. _ GEO. H. LINDENBERGER. moM favoroF.kicrnis r -on
This land will he snll in parcels: to suit those w.shin ALL persons are heicby notified, that the under- BF LOOK AT THIS 1st October, 1*3t [S'f1 action to thc 'Subwriber, a cntof thePruf'.fon flUOr MV.
. 4r rance Hartford ConTl'
ued Administrairix of DAVID JOHSSOX late company etl'nt.
credit from five to eigh years ----- Incverr I!
.. ?reasonablepriccs-lhonswishin-to to purchase, on a purchase wilt of the county of Leon, dc-easc-l, intends at the next In the County Court of Leon County Florida. plication the lair CM value of the property.mtllt! 1-

ot of the undersigned! Spring [March] Term of the County Court of said ''DWARD LOOCKEKMAK, ) staled, and satisfactory evidence, fmiiuitcdofiheicir.cas resF
to New Store MQnrD
I ePPlicalin t of her administration # '' of the representation, and the
V .LIAM D NUTTALL, County, to settle tke account rf > Assumpsit. good !vj
HECTOR BRADEN, and procure her dismission and discharge as such. Next door to R. J. Tlarkley's Jluctiun Store. INWARD HARNWELL, ) 'Isiirdcrcroftheapplicant. ThesdlrcncyofiheOJi I ;

WILLIAM P. CRAIG. Sept. 15, 1831. ((6tf 1 MARY JOhNSON Adm'x. I''i EO. H. LINDRNBKROERffivAs n:.tire, tin rgrViEdetenderit and all othfr concerned herein, 'In'; its.fairn{*sand punctuality ni-xy E: B.fc"con5ti.atvn.Hcdon. !| I

, TallilIassee.Novemlr2' 1833. 15tf lqglie: has received per srl "ontfr Criterion of B ll'i M. '.i: iviified tm} an \TTACn !EST has been sued Tallahassee. 22. PERKI. ), irhv
S rsu. ISU:
t cf'rbc SrJVlUmal Grgfln, CluTluton .Vel.t"f1I, more, a general and complete :i!rtment of GOODrnnsistinjr -' on- vt'th,- O.'llce of the Clerk ol tie said Court, and II'- 2t* :

: Jnt'iila Coiutittttionlist, XoHthern: Recorder, Milledsevillc of Dry Goods, hInrdwreChna and GI-H 'Lev srt> icquii'1.: -ippoar; nnd pr.adto! the declaration -

Gcorcia; R'c'won-l Enqulrrr-*ntl Star, Raleigh Ware, Shoes, Hats, Groceries and Provisions 6c- conformably with il.o siatute.EDVARI 'J

. N. C.; will publish the above for eight wccl and for I eel rent confidence in inviting the n'te-nt11 r.f jh. > CHANDLER r.JI

tvald their accounts to this oAirc.WARE __ citizens and country in n *rill to this estahlish-ncn!, Oct. I Ht'? J 81-1.-r.H\[ : For I'lnmtiflT.

HOUSE ANT COMMISSION lUS!- as I nm determined! to mnkc. cxvry excrti'm 'n Mipply
ELORIDA all whomay f..n'ourmeuith thelrci-storn tviihfir iarc
articles find at such prices as annul fail to ij v nr--
The subscribers havinc usociMcd themseh'cstoetl SALES.-The subscriber hay ing loca- titM'
, AUCTION satisfaction i to all who have reasonable'attons
FORDJIAn DIN, in Tallahassee do
' wonder the stile and film of proposes to a gen
IRE JIOUSE aad business sale\ Tulhl-ass.-c.! A I:!'. 9. J 14.r f-:qCONStTl'IprrlON
mmtwctranaictintfa General 'V eral commission ,regular days, Tuesdayand

C03fW/SS/0V Kiwi;rss at Jptdaehieola. having Saturday.He I
: "1\,1", !Htt1ilC \rr:1n''m n\s with several vessels for will also attend to-idmtnistrator and othersalcsin -- --z ::. ., :.

the; 'direct'-Iranspor'rlio- .' of Cotton. &c. either to New I the county. ROBERT J. HACKLEY. CUR CD. ItI1\1),8 fill solrj! \'ilChSt' ? tilldl .'r
at all March 23J 1833. 13lf ,
O.-lci'is nnd having facilities
limes York within or New their vn 'cr; to mnko reasonable advances N. B. Instruments of writing executed wi'.i neatness I DE LA MONTEflAT'St'OLUMflIAN VEGETABLE .,, tr1. Frederick ror.nty, M:.l. 'f-y C HerStjfconcerned _I I
-- --- -
and and by R. J. 11 r\ ILF.Y. SPECIFIC. in the PatenIlh' Ir Jti-kin: !.
prmlcce consigned to their; management; despatch, 1
upon The
abivr Ointment i H 'ipd the
"u> t.) pbiic.ii
tirty; would respectfully tender their services and so- the most valuable remedy ever yet discovered for ,
AND I IVER-CO.V.PLAIN ?. sale and certain
-- IS remedy Ibrsho'pjome !i'r"
; a liberal patronize in the above line of business. DYSPEPSIA he cure of Co"ghi, ColJs. Cwstimptwn. .jAma.
of which have ll'1tJamclr! .Iif IIrlUJra
?, Prq/ttsor of Pqjsiica'M'licine so -4
plying their ptJ'stmal.\nd individual attention to tyit'infr cf Wood and all isca.scs! if the Bi-east and -
who for several has devoirIMS; nth; science.
: business consigned to them cither for sale or other- luieiuivii, iu, iiic uciumentot years c/ironic or under f. diseases J.ng7. Prepared by J. BOYD, Philadelphia. Itr.l'ml''w'J 1ft White Swe'linjrsof !
" t Their? Ware Houses and Close Stores arc undergoing has succeeded, by chemical analysis and synthesis Lunas, r.'pairs the Appetite,improves the S Ii'rits,'tc. A FULL supply of Landrcths' superior garden, 2t Sort L.gnnd l"Iroruf fans *
a a thorough repair, will he Urge and commodious, in forming a. combination from several proxi I nil of Dir etio..m accompanyinc eacu bottle of the herb and flower seeds just received and) warrente.? 3d Sc'itrrtifor fJl.tniluIir Tumour rartk."IIIaJ

ituatf1 in a desirable part of the town, and as ex- mate vrge/aMc principles, to which he has givrn tl-e} Specific, pointing out in a most conspicuous; manner fresh ; by K D. PERKINS.. I h-e( ha r-!PflP(1 I mou rs in wtII1'rrea l whici..fta!

wpt from the dangers o.:* fire as any other house, of a name Medicinae Stomachicae et Uepltie'hich has all the symptoms in their different stajres of ihe disease October 29t h. I tf. 'ilm' tprminnle in ulcerated i ctnrug. a
limilftrcharaclcr on the P int. proved far more efficient than any remedy heretofore 1th! rp.h1! !', or 5omf* people know by the MS I It

P WM. P. FORD. (late of Augusta, Oa.) discovered, in curing those distressing maladies of and usius particulardirectionsrespcctintiho it, toother with many well authenticated treatment while certificates I ito WA ND'S Catarrhs, of every IJe! rirtlC10.!
. EDWD. J. IIARDIN, (Apalachicola.) mind and body, which are generally comprehended < "- of 5th t Khriiniatic Ia;nof t'i'joint.
cures etc.
. ,- ,
dcr the sweeping terms DY-rEPSU and LIVER-C fith Sornms Ofiwratovcr
nEFERWC &-Stewart S- Fontaine, Smith 4 In consequence of the great and increasing demandfor TONIC. iIIXTUtF. and' Hrnfejs of every descriptifltt
PLANTS-it is likewise almost
Morgan, J. S. Cal'imn, M. TV. Perry, $ Co. T.&MKPO.IS 1arementof the certain cure for cu- I this specific, the proprietor is enabled reduce the FULL supply of this valuable medicine is ju. paitsitunt?. t
Co. Wiittick Greenwood, .. Co. -Columbia. I A 7lh Tellers all kin,h. In thiacomplaint p pi I
i price to 75 cents per bottle,thereby enabling it to comewithin received. I shall hereafter have it
constantly on
Begirt 4Kneclaml', Jas. HamUton! Sf Son John It.ilU Amon the symptoms of Liver-cern. I the reach of all J' rson5. \ in apply| l ing the Ointment: matt keep (pall|
? *. -New-York. plaints, are flatulency, sourness or burning in the stomach 'it ,)fVa'r'
K. W. Gregory, Jlogarl fy l1acI11oTn.-N. Orleans.St melancholy,i irritability, disagreeable taste inthf Dr. ClfAP J.\ Anti-Dyspeptic Pills. ii WARRANTED TO BE A SAFE AND EFFECTUAL 8l ii Chilblains! or parts aflTectcd( by fro t.

'i'm 4- Leavens, T. IK.\fcCoy.-Mobile.Aug. mouth; great irregularity of appetite, which is sometimes These Pills have been successfully used by thon- RF.MEDT FOR FEVER AND AGUE, IF TAKEN AcnEEA!.I.E It i* al<5', one of thin host remedies fir Barni aiScsIs. _\1
17, 18t1. Itf voracious and at other times greatly deficient- sands, who can testify: to their superior efficacy (over TO TilE DIRECTIONS. Reports having # n oircuUuu! It rases the pain and draws the fire out ill| .{
thirst, feti.l breath, nausea, weakness of the stomach many other remedies now in use) for the cure of'Dys lint this mixture contains arsenic, I nm directrd :,'v short titnu.

and eructations, palpitation, drowsinesss, i iregularity pepsia in all their compliratcd forms they give strengthto the Pi oprietor to say that these reports are itf/ci ly fue For Infl.imed Women's Mren'st and ClaDJlE.Swetituys. "
na > of the bowels, pressure on the stomach after meals the debilitated organs of digestion: repair the appettite -dnd 1 am also authoriscd to offer a K sard of 10,-. :t i? superior to nredirine yet known* j
AT the next July Term of fjadsden county, the pain in the head, dizziness or vertigo ; confusion of ,removes nausea and sickness of the stomach, ha- 000, Dollars any one who will prove the existenceof the medical faculty I' is ony much safer thaI r e'1iJllJ

; and( vouchers of HENRY \V. TODO, ad- mind, attended with the loss of memory, a gnawing bitual cor.tiveness, head-ach, palpitation! of the heart; the least particle of Arsenic, Mercury, Antimony, of any prcjiarlion of that materi.d.) bccaosc dJcf
Uiinistr.uor of JI)UN H. TODD, deceased, late of Ga'!lstlcn in the stomach when empty, chilliness, affection of and many other nervous nt1' tions. They contain no or any other poisinous ingredient it. not lay the patient liable to injury from expo* ii

county, wMl be presented to said Court for a final sight and hearing pain and weaknebs in the tack Mercury, nor do they sicken the stomach, they are a In order to prevent imposition from counterfeits 110.. cold. F

: settlement on the part of said administrator. At the I languor disturbed sleep, cold feet and hands, tremor, mild and safe cathartic : there is no restriction in djet persons except authorised agents will be furnished by This Ointment has cured sores of many years *vIng. l

: mine time, ths sud administrator will apply to said uneasiness in the throat, caugh, pain in the side 01 or drinkor exposure to wet or c<>ld while osinjj 'Jinn. I the Proprietor with the mixture to sell again. I am Where it is impossible or inipruJ nt to Tin I t W |
;. Court for a discharge from his Administratorship as breast, &c. Bill of directions vill accompany each box of Pills. sole agent for Middle Florida, and am assured, by M external sore, in of the hone becoa'sjCJiri e

I cOcrcstid. JOHN J. ADAMS, The above maladies lead to orgautc affections of th which will fully explain their efierts.From I Rowand that (except a small lot sold to Mr. Kcclcs,) .ui oc rotten, it consequence will stop the prepress of the c2t*

: Alt'y for H. \V. TOf.l, Administrator, 4-c. stomach, liver, and heart,terminating in DropsyCon. : the well known reputation of tnese Pills for I not a single bottle has been or will be sent, or sold by increase the quantity of the chargc.: remote the j jTensive

_QuincyNow. 3d, 1831.: [13 Cm] sumption, Apoplexy,&c.according to the climate, habits many years, the proprietor (J. BOVD, Philadelphia) him to any pcrson in Middle Florida, except to me : nnell, and easa the pain.

,' age, sex, and temperament_ of tlie patient. deems it unnecessary to give any further detdil of If .lnmic has been discovered in any mixture enlted It cures the! worst Felons or \Whitlows IIUPrU
.- New Book Store. I Prepared by J. P. PETERS, M. D;, JJIilledgeville them. A fresh supply has been received, nnd for snk- R:.iD'in
THE sobscribcr has received and will open imme- Inventor and sole proprietor.TestimoniasNumerous by appointment by p.. B. PERKINS. tations. All persons therefore, who wish the genuine Rhcnm't:Im1 which have stood, long as la befO1

(next door South of Mr. Manrr's store) certificates might be ad Tallahassee, Nov 23d t Stf Tunic Mlxturf-should be cautious of whom they purchase a systematic, di ord r. requires medicine betaw: *
of BOOKS relative the it: My label will be en every bottle sold: by me: mostcolllJllCl a
cm assortment and STATIONARY, and would duced to extraordinary cures performec wardl}'to remove them entirely. Bat in
J>c glad to supply his friend and the community in by using these medicines; but the following art thought Salt, Cotton Bagifig Bale Rope and Tic me. E: B: PERKINS Sole A ent for Middle Florida. case applying this Ointment exteruallY3Jdiref

jtcncraV, with any articles in his line on the most rea.tihle sufficient to satisfy the minds of the most skeptical: KERR k STURGES OFFER FOR SALE, Nov 23d 1;tf. it will give relief And even in people,

... tennn. Although his ortmeLt is not yet From Dr. James Ewe, Author of the Medical Compan .O,. SACKS Liverpool Ground Salt, in STORAGE! STORAGE! STORAGEt. pains have been of longer standing it will eL!wj r't;
very gencrnlhc experts to make it so by shipments alicfvdv ion, or Family Physictan. V order ;

made, nrvl others to be made by the first vesel NEW-ORLEANS, Dec. 20th 1831. 150 pieces 42 inch Dundee Bagging ; IN addition to his ware-house the pain.To sea captains and masters of vessels this wn 'J
I ? from the North.! To whom it This is must be valuable in winter on oar coast it of ?
concern.- has
.. may to certify that 1 100 coils Bale Rope ,r recently erected a spacious build very '.
.. He has for also the Christian Almanack, published expressly have witnessed the operation of Dr. Peter's MedicinaStomachicc 250 Ibs. best English Baleinij Twine. ng 80 by 28 feet, receiving cotton and goods. very certain in its cflection ChiIhIainsorPa'with sllc \(I
Florida calculated for the Mcredinn of et Hepatictz in a number of very obstinate TIMOTHY M'CARTY. frost likewise pros yes qualities. ia
Tallahassee, and containing local matter in relationto Tallahassee, Ang. 23d, 1834. [[2tfJ 01
and Liver-affections
Dyspeptic of long standing,like St. Marks, December27th 3J. I9tf mates ftbii
the Territory, which ho offers for sale either by the wise in several cases of the enlargements of tho pleen A large mass of testimony proving the TaIJ 0II| !
cross,'dozer, or single copy. S and its affects were truly.astonishing. I have no hesitation ;- FOR SALE RO/ANDSToNICl1XTrJrth. mp!excellent medicine will be shown to & '
Dec. IS, 1834. 18tf JAS. S. LINN. in declaring it the most valuable preparationfor PIECES of DUNDEE BAGGING l-21hs wish further information on applicalioa to D.

those distressing ailments that has ever come with to the yard.-And (Bq>$ COILS BALE ROPE, of ure for the Fever and Aguc. For sale tons or-to any of his authorized agents. J

,- NOTICE in my knowledge. JAMES EWELL, M. D. best quality, are daily expected by the Subscriber, .p : wholesale and retail, by FLETCHER The above medicine sold by special appolotmt

ALL persons having claims ng.\instJohn G. South, Wilkes County. Geo. Jan. 1834. per Brig Tallahassee. & WESTCOTT, DrvgKlst, .' 'alachi- the patentee and warranted enuiie.
d, late Jackson county. are requested The dcrsisned can bear testimony to the superior Planters and Merchants can be supplied on the I : cola, Florida F. B rERh. NS. DKt18GUf'tt

to present them to the subscriber, legally authentica efficacy of Dr.Jeter's Medjcinae Stomac.hicse et He- most accommodating terms, payable in COlton Ac. I hcriby appoint Mess..Fletcher and Tallahassee. February 21th 1831, _

led( and those indebted, will make arrangements for patcsc in the cure Dyspepsia and Liver Complaints JOHN BLAIR. PEACHY. I Westcott my agents for the sale of Row- RHEUMATISM.
an early settlement, indulgence cannot be given. from personal experience. WM. G. JOHNSON.Dr. St. Matks, Sept. 5th, 1834. md's Tonic Mixture" in the Territory REMEDY FOR 114 .

: DAVID G. RANEY, Adm't.&pI1 P's Medicinac Stomachicae Hepatiae are put NOTICE. ;)f Florida, Eastern part of Alabama, & I TilE excruciating pain-the dccrepitBje J

; 11 Dee. 15th, 1834.-20-8 vr in parcels wi'h full directions for using. From one up subscriber his Western (',\rt of Georgia ; who arc able to furnish I and the premature old age, \\'bidllllllJlDJ
bp THE returns thanks to the public the said medicines all usual attendants of the disorder, are s ner
to three will be to who apply to thorn :
parcels necessary to complete a cure. the liberal he has received may on !
The is encouragement as favourable terms as they can obtain from the from despair of a cure, or dijappointmeotlfl eed"
price $5 a parcel.A
since he has been proprietor
Male in this
Quincy Academy. place, and solicits a continuance himself." of the numerous pretended antidoUf h
of the above "Sincd. J
quantity valuable
great very of their trW
prepa- Just received schr. Delta fair
i Truees take rations will be patronage. per JNO. R. ROW AND" purpose. But thoe who have made a
THE a pleasure in informing 'he kept constantly on hand by direct from New York,a general assortment of Wool LINE'

a : that the exercise of the Institution for E. B. PERKINS, Tallahassee, len, Staple and Fancy GOODS, Shoes, Hats, Hollowware "Philadelphia. Oct. 24th 1833..." 21tf DR. JEBB'S CELEBRATED most I'I
I the ensuing year, will commence on the first Monday Who is authorised to dispose of them, either at whole Cutlery, and Iron-mongery, Crockery, 4c. con- NEW even in cases of long slundin, and of the
in January next, under tho superintendence of the sale or retail, on as reasonable terms as they can be sisting of blue, black and brown Cloths blue, black STORE. character, have received ruin relief andJD"1. tt
; !
Uct. SiMotL MATHEwS A. M. a gentleman, whom obtained of the proprietor. Also by drab and grey double milled Casiimcres Cassincls THE subscriber is about to establish himself per- been cured in a few days, some in 24 boars. it'ber .

they have every reason to bel v, is well qualified for Doct's. HOLMES & WILLIAMS. Cambellton.- &-- and Sattinets; En lish. French and American; Prints: I in Tallahassee as a Merchant, and of persons in Boston and vicinity. \Tbo'f. 1.

the business, having beer ..gaged in it for the last M-. HALSLET, Druggist, Appalachicola.i black Lustring and Fancy Silks and Silk Shawls I ,Gro I will op*-n for sale in a few days at his store on- merly afflicted with Rheumatism. have Vu PrtP!
tour yean in the Sirol' Virginia The course of JOS. PRIESTLEY PETERS. de Nap, &c.; Jackonet, Swiss and Mull Muslins posite the Office of the Floridian, a small assortment fled. Certificates are in the possession of,U*__"Jtor \If

enstrucuon will compose all the branches of Educa. The following are few among the many persons that 3, 4, and 5-4 brown Domestics, of a superior quality ; of Hats, Clothing. Shoes, Brushes, Woodenware, pro\injr the mostthoroujh and sarpriSi0g'meausof ; .
lion taujhtin the best Academies in the country. have been either eniirely cured or greatly benefited Cotton Bagging and Negro Cloths; a general assort.; Tinware, Crockery and Stoneware, Hardware and this powerful LlNlMKNT.: l fj'.

The Academy building is large and quite retired f ronithe within the last twelve months, by the use of Dr. Peters ment of Shoc3; a variety of Crockery Ware, Hollow Cutlery, Sugar Cane Knives, Agricultural Imple- other approved applications bad utterly fa *
: business part'oCtovn.. Few places Medicina Stomachic ments, Rope and small Cordage, Kitchen and House DUMFRIES EYE WATER
arc more des et Hepatica within the Ware, Cutlery, Hats &c. Also, Cognac Brandy, -
,. ''. irable either for: he 1 1th or good moral society 1 and state of Georgia. Holland Gin; Sicily, Sherry,Portlnd Claret Wines; keeping Utensils Carpenter's Cooper's, and Smith's For sore or inflamed Eyes, gives imme'
we believe that its advantages will be equal to that oltny Mrs. Abner Hicks, Wilkinson. with many other articles too tedious to mention. Purchasers Tool of all kinds. Nails, Brass Goods, Locks, Bolls, relief. On recent sore .Y.", ,the e1TeCIi51fl'"_ '

similar Institution in the country. Mrs. Capt. James Willis, do. are invited (o call and examine for themselves. Axes, Pocket-Books, Snuff-boxes, and Fancy Goods, ry.-Where the complaint: has been ofye't'..

Tm1ai' per Quarter-Payrik in advance. Col Wm. F. Bond, do.Laurcns.. ALEX'R: FORMY DUVAL. which he is disposed to sell on reasonable terms, and and in some exceeding bad cases.the mOIU JOt

1st class $ ,OO I 3 class 8,00 WaneV.. Eglands, Esq. Tallahassee Nov. 4, 1833. [fl3tf| respectfully requests an examination of his Goods. and desirable relief has been found in the

.*. do. 6 0 I I. 4. do. Bryan Allen Esq. do. GEORGE LANMAN. eye water. alter every other remedy had laweo.irsonswl.o '
? .ooSchcJars NATHANIEL Turn I
> W. 1 Tallahassee Nov. th8
: 'willIc received at I Col. John Porter, Morgan.Banford 1st, 1834. (12-3m) have used i it. pronounce it r1t.I
any and vs. I Attachment.
only Chapman, Esq. Jones. Superior N. B.-Wanted to purchase NEGRO Boy aration for these they have ever-
: Charged Irorn the time of entrance; but no deduction EDMUHD SMART and 1 Court, Jefferson a likely ,
t; will be madfi lor Scholars removed before the end of Alexander Irvin, Esq Washington. WILLIAM KIDER. Middle District, Florida.County, about 12 or 14 years ofage.ADM1NISTflATOp'S. specially in cases of sorepess or inflamao
the Col.Geo. G. Mathews Green. 34 standing. Price 25 cents a bottle. ..
:; quarter. THE defendants and all other persons interested, NOTICE.A None are genuine unless signed on the JS&pr&ntp.
'Board be on good terms in
can private families.
7 : JOHN M, W. DAVIDSON PLANTERS' HOTEL: take notice that suit has been instituted a? T the next term of the 'County Court of Leon wrapj er,by the sole propiielor.T.' lit .1
sec'y. above returnable
to Nov. Term of said Court, 1834. ti& county, we will for Letters of immediate the lata Dt. W. '
Quincy nee. 301h. 1S34.. (iiI 1\ subscriber.has taken PLANTERS' HOTEL Defendants apply Dismission successor to \. .ut
THE takes are required to appear and plead to from ths Administration of the estate of Henry B.Fills, For sale at hU Counting Room over N i spI"
opportunity ofinforminghis friends I the declaration therein filed, according to the Statute deceased late of said Boston aDd alsO bJ
'ROBINSON'S FOR county. street,near Concert Hall,
MS for apd the public that his HOUR will be open Tor their reception I in such eases. P:
oo the lit of March 1834. LEMUEL BRUCE, ciaJ appointment by PERU8LP"i
Sale this Ofiws. GEO. YL WARNER
; at SSif SIPDAB Att'y fgtPrff. ELIZA ANN B2.UCE. ..- .. .
MOORE. 17th,1i46W
j lfonmbcr Tallahassee 18th Sept. 1834. ((6tf)' TAllaha ee, Much 4,1831.



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