The Floridian

Material Information

The Floridian
Uniform Title:
Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee [Fla.]
Wm. Wilson
Creation Date:
January 31, 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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Vos., M. WHITE, as a Candidate to'i --- 'Pi'
tfio Territory of Florida, in the 24th 'T..i : HUNTER* ; "

of the United States. awiit :
u __ BY the as* of Dr. Heater1* inestimable Pill* per.l.

7re authorized to announce Colonel JAMS e- of either MX, if they carefully follow tbff .\
candidate to the tel valanble plan and -.
fl ADSDENi a repicsent very copious Direction accotn*. $ .
r Florida in the 'I'.b Con rc&H of the UnitedI1 ponying them, are enabled effectually to eradicate, r-

Jair7fhJ '13. 59 .V S "LAISSEZ NOUS FAIRE." CERTAIN DISEASE, and to restore lost health a' '.

V wilh ease,'tafetj, and certainty. in a few c ""
authorized to announce Maj.WILLIAM :ut "mea V V HIT The extensive /
tare vatta
I tale and
W- a candidate to represent the terri- Q W 1BIBi D : nnexampled soeceaaof :
a Alm ou U this Medicine, in this and other cities
the 24th Congress of the United I _. C tLYaQ JJa and princtpl ?
0fF1oridA,1fl -- -- --- towns throughout the Union V
V for the last fifteen .
July 27th 1833. 50tf STORAGE retrt- -;

sz&re authorised_to announce WILLJ4JtIB.p THE subscriber has sold his Improvements in Executor's Notice. A CERTAIN CURE FOR THE ITCH !,i way.daring inconte which&i'jbly. was prove satisfactorily, that when prepared used with by Dr.the:Cora IN.

%% \VTTJtLL as a candi'late to represent the town of St. Marks, but wishes it distinct. ALL persons deed.iadebted to the Estate of Dr. G. H. HOWEVER inveterate, in one hour's JCC1ION POWDERS, it effects a thorough and

Florida., in thc 24tb congress of the U ni- J JyrtWY0f understood by his friends, that he has no design to make immediate, are hereby notified cr from taking cold by a.inK'Dum application speedy cure of that dreadful disorder, denominated the
payment to the. undersigned fries' Scourge of the Human '
t 1 1S33 StfjIUELrEIENS leaving and Ointment. Race.
Territory This
? and
"t.1t nas rented the build- all persons having demands preparation, for pleasantness *
mg sold' by him for the en uiu? twelve months un w ill present them duly authenticated.against the same estate safety l led for, the expedition, er*e and certainty, stands unrival I The it, with PILLS the 4re accompanied, when the case reqaires -
cler cure of this
the troublesome POWDERS.and
expectation putting up more ROMIO LEWIS, Exor. of Esu of Dr. t complaint.! It is so CERATE
spacious these
JHlormy at Law. and U ,c\Vis. rapid, as well as certain in its ; constitute a most powerful medicine,
convenient improvements before the Tallahassee, Jan. 1 21-if disagreenble operation, as to cure thi applicable'the various
Gadsden Conn expira disorder most in stages of this Protean duet
himselfinQ.UiflCYi tion of the lease. effectually one hour's
l.kSceated) mn1J1(S ATD plication only ap der. Full and pLtin direction, with
H and will practice in jhe Court of ApauTthe mmDI'YtlT.B' a popular treatise .4
tr JOHN BLAIR (Q It doe explaining the varioas
Superior Courts of Gadsd.n Leon and V PEACHY. LARGE aud not contain' the least particle of symptoms, and the mode of
St. MarkNo '. A complete o th' merrnry. or treatment,
d % 1834. Uif assort; dangerous ingredient, and be : accompany each box, so that person ef
\\L-t.-oD Counues.'jiAul1TY Liberal advances made K1t'ntofFresh Dru sand .Medicines perfect may applied with either sex may care themselves.PALISADES .
24-1 on Cotton for New ,just ree by pregnant females
2! year. ved from New York ;ml BaJtimorefor the breast. or to children at I '----'r- V V
Yorlc.J. B. P. bale, wholesale] ". _-!
. JAMES \. SCOTT retail. Country Merchants and: Practitioners Price. 37 1-2cents box with AND STONY
li. plied the ample directions.
.irroR.vEV .ir LfJV.AVL A. PIER ; 0 N & vO- most accommodation t!r1 O None aro genuinne unless signed on the outside The scenery ofthe Hudson river bears nature'

EDW. SEIXAS, p riutedwrapper. by the sole proprietor grandest imprint. The band
T. KID that
M\y2 framed
41 lER
himself in Monticello JeffersonCoun'Y <; Druggist immediate an uni
G 1 lowited \ftgnolia. F'nda. successor to the late Dr. '
rr For \\ T. CON\Y A T.- Terse of worlds has thrown
tenders las professional ser- sale :ihi3 together allon the
H Florida, Counting Room ?
over 99 this
lIe NOTICE. "streot Court noble stream a wild
jjzcnSPf Territory gcncrally. near Concert Hall assernblacc of
- till'iB rsrtice the in the Courts of the Counties of Leon, THE accounts B. OLIVER and vouchers of the estate of RO special appointment, by Boston, and also by his rocks and mountains. The Palisades, as they are :

and Gnd den, and the Courts of Thomas to the deceased will b presented E. B PERKINS (No. 4) called, commence on the western side of the Hud.

3 ccIsOfl Georgia. He olso tenders his services I for a settlement County Court of Leon, at its next March term, Tallahassee. March 10th Ic $i. gtf DnucGiST. son, just above the Weehaxvk or Weehawken. and

d a JfL i in general I, as a collector, and pledges him- MerchantTALLAHASSEE a Tailors by so far as the same has been ad ministered extend about twelve miles! up the river Thev V

011 :"JuwpunAualityand atteut.lo .. Office m Mon- Jauuary 24th, 1335 21 6-w J AS. S. LINN, ntlntr'. The DUMFRIES REMEDY FOR THE PILES are Md, abrupt demonstrations of omnipotence. ..
with will proprietor
) annexed. begs leave
to-recommend (which he nMiuiJed by Him whose is
does with power not bounded
'il. L.i.fIet.1 iO (I!-tf) l-B H ADMINISTRATORS NOTk! able remedies the fullest known confidence for this ) one of the most yak time or CI reu D't..t t&IICes. Thc cannon of a thoiuand by
-ji5tifVliITE. 4 THE accounts and vouchers of the estate nf PFL,- complaint. WIthoutgoing into troublesome nnd painful armies might roar out their ineffectual veinjeance

- WHITEHUBST deceased,.will IJG presented noujjh to he ha detail, he deems itt i- against this natural battery, which frowns
sav in his oijj'
LAW in the Courts of Middle to the County Court possession the ,j.
PRACTICE of Leon most un
. TILL for at its next M irch term, doubted testimonials! that it has thel hroad bright stream at an elevation of from
Florida Jackson County and the Cour: asuttlcmcnt! so far as the same Ins been the more completely answered
to V
I for sixty one and
tered purpose which it is intended fifty feet and the
IS by S -\RAIl than para
K5": OFFICE, 'Vallaha'spec. \VHITEAURST other any
ntfak .adm'r popular would
January2-1thIS:15. medicine, pet bush in scorn at the of l little
power .
fir I 12,1884. [43-tl.] 24 6 w to This all remedy is perfectly innocent in its application, Alter the Parades-terminate! t country of hills
NOTICELL ages and sexes. Full directions and vale.vs succeeds ; the ibrmer rounded V
IiI ,
A like
J.UIES A. B&KTHELOT, 1.: ANDREW persons having Jcntnds' : against the estate description packet of the complaint, &c. accompany each' loaves of stijrar, ami the latter indented like up dim.

I {fcowcsELLon AND ATTORNEY AT LAW,) de"d- G. MATS, late of Jackson Coun.y. which consists i of two boxes. Ointment and pIes; on the c.-celcs of beauty. Occasionally
will Price. how
present them $1 for the ,
in the Court of Appeals -Tin Uw in lc time prescribed by whole or 50 cents 0 ever, nature has
practice ; but projected into
duly authenti' (MUHiSNRY.'. one of the articles is xvantcd.S stream"one of
'W-ILL Courts of Leon Gadsden and JackULIO
: her IH>M li'tit-a miniature 'formation .
. the'rerrito;v of Florida! ; and in the Superior J. HOLMES -ulrn'r. n q. R F 'S hills of fear which of those
SUSAN ca M. G. l shadows
Decatur counties, of the South alaiVx.
Ciiruof Thomas circuit of s.t he Stll'of G eL gia. 'nccTMvtsrc The Height indispensable. December I 1S34. 21tf"uperior m: jlUrIg.I Jl: 3 arnws thc; pass of the Highlands.! One of thes&

-.4 _ttiadirul November 23d: IS3:$. J5tf I. Hound the: ciicM; under coat. :: V i one of the most efficacious rompniii.Js in tIll MA I [pro'CIOIi! i I'; Stony[ Point. It stands out in bolt -

2Do.. ,r aiH. Dueling Jislols. TERi.i MEPICA, for the euro of that class of iuv.trat relief irom tic! rural sci-ncry ;ust below, and cha1l -

JOHN J.HSrraowrf AD.\! S 3. From l1ad'--I'Hn to elbow and knuckle joint. FIf: sat: :OW, f'r cai, ',1111. "a'. superior DiieIinL -: Disease, produced by an impure state of the l lenges the z z'Jrntion of the pasongfr who has

. .1. Round the ihili. $?liJh, complrtc; WIt'l all ':he rIcetsa-y Mood and a vitiated Imliitof! body and usually exhibting heeii ivli'VfiHi.iiii! : the! suWiniity of the basaltic "

(.iTfORSEr .n' I.7W,) !;. From thc hip-jjiut to tliR ancle.ry &: tus. Uot in London : f. POUI, "tcrlin .tppy npp"! to themselves in the f.rm4ofrrllf..I!t Jalt 'Kii-mn. rocks of :;,e Pj:;,adcjfc.ui'l/ him for

all from Quin-y to App'O.ichirnla Bay. thc ab jvi- scale! of II1J (rII1Cut. scn'lerncn] nt adisiaifb J. r'. D.VIS.. At 'V ,\'sstore, he bone"y. St. Anthony's I'i.-o FIH'fOr $"K* (over u'ii.! n wililiT: tic.ei! .pmet t of natures prepare Btt

nl\.h' intend the Courts held at thc sty be enabled M forward their measures, Ta'nhasi";' .Tiui.y tlh. I ii:;;. !t.! -If with! Dr. are afn.-cte'd,) Whito S-.vpllin! Vif 'ili'ud theinipre-wiiis: winch crowd into cramology.the

Ii.U. I Via'Q.uinry Jtir.ntft t'i.._.*- mind spcctatoAj
U.'h ii'Cou.tof A|I" ci;. Letters uJTo'.t.irt Superior Cut Glass. syro le s arid eyes scald iiead in .hildrt n,'iCUI y ar.d j this rcirton are nut all derived from river

'I tie' "J : ;' jutf r'ii-l!, will! bo attended lu.Ft'iruirv : -' --- JtST rec.-iv-d direct fro-n the M.imlfact/n-y. scorbutic, gout, Pimpled or Jorbunc! I'acpd. festV/mg ,ruountjii', (>r vsiHey: -tradition and history lend a

H.. ? 'I.
' A.MIf'TS superior CUT GLASS VECASrJ.nS tWO seLl which l.-i-it cnsfi the drop ofton cure when m sr'Miy the ngbt ur the eastern f link; stretches away the:,
mlV A C\Ki_>. 4 43m QMJe IULtch.: Apiiy .0 'VINES tfJ fiiils. They are also the I''itprir. and Autumn; r.ekl'rn! tt'l '.ventral ground throughout the entire V

'T J. F. DA"J phvsic to purify and c1]'-a lIe the >yst 'iu frtun humour extent ffl!* \\c:lche ter where
AtT.TT S27SLL A. .n 'VII1. ''s county reijubra
reIP- PIRRSON \ Co. would respectfully! inform Morc. which: &equei.tlv
allbh1cc'e(' .Tan. | appfar at those seasons of the .iviiiia
, their] 2 hh, I".. 2ltf year. COWLS, horheandcontinen1alswy0< V
f .rTOR.\'Jr .'" 1..Hr. .11:.' LJCIIICOLJ, na.Wua'.end .. customers. nnd the public; gene- ThovnUo aid the pro ,cu of di!p'-tlnn. ,:(. by purifing t and Tories appeared and
\1!}, It'lttllt'Y ;are n w op'fiioj; their new Stock of the blood, the disappeared like tffe{
- to '1"j:1o.o t r-mliii-.'I',:j iiiui with in idus11 Marha1's Salp.By ofthe prevent crptlonof '"ali 'rtant bnmour. actors ol vldRi nd Woody trngwlv. On the hit .
:., r.un: i'.rv.!: !U. < tIt lutft FALL & WINTER GOODS, virLc! tf tl writ of Fifrie Facia the vast number, The of proprietor confidently relies ripe n I f Stony Pi-int i* allictl! to associates of military .
I -r\ClJ.\IllEra'idJAS.D.!: : \Y EST."n received "nm Now > to me do- surprising cuifs olFiTtc'l by 'hcsp; I I achievemcuts
: -' just York, c ijistin ofa splendidssortineut v('r J, 1 !hall HUli
expo pu'j.'kale' before the drop" not only in Boston and 1 its fl tufufiiig renown-while farther-
i \irinity but thron
Jr.. Csi'its.iJesJLw; supt-rfinc! Clothe[ Cshsimercs and V .1.! Vie h-I
(.st- Court Iou.e the
tl./fi in the City of Tallahassee, out the Union for the best proof ofti-eir cxeolJcnrc! [, up, memory of Arnold's treason, Andre's
i.i s, of a fcclectcd from late 'ioU r.san cap-
G County! Court. of the rreataneiy.most fabhirmuljie; : order. Likewise iruportfilions lIe, claim::t Saturday in March next, nil the right, ti. unf-iiliiig alterative medicine, in all the rears above I i|: ttiraul; uiilirnely fliouuh merited late twines a- V
a: mte-rcst of
William G. in specified. This article has round tIlt'! memorable:
:!:\ R Cl1P,1.\S', ) _' neivil assortment of Fancy ArlHcs f ir Gentlemen's foHowin wif-TJ recently bean pronounced |I rnrli.s of Vest Point.

u. Ta Ju.wsr. Tnt, 1J35. .'rc.,?, viz :--Stocks of every description, Gloves, Souh.thfr. of LotNf'dcicrihctj LOTS, to by aPhysicianof the first ic,.pccta tlti! iity. wit! bad'h j Stony Point w aluut torty miles above Now

,fa !si.tiirncnotr. ) ( Suspenders, Pongee Hhdfs.-Fronts ami Collars, fine I I :,r, with the '" 'rovcments 93.antthe, thereon whsl., of Lot No.n ion.nested its surprising, an cntitird.! in his cpu xr.ik, ;:nd! ten or fifteen Mow" West Point. It is
to take the lead
which levied of all the
H-Jf.H'lVivhni: : : :':' aU
I \1..1 i.ike ii.iti-'C thvit hIS snh has I lieen ct iifd !- Cloth Caps, fine Silk, Plush, and Beaver Huts of the in fJ.\'or of the Central Bank of Florida. this point in public' estimation, thioc! pining the *trrim, and connected with} the main JIr.i f.

'!')} \TTiCi\iBVT, i JNsa'-.l fr"'in the Cur, I nd l ln'i lasust'.uon.! a1cvill take place! within the usual hours. Price SI a bottle,
'". ; i t. ;!:11' T<.r o jbovc sp. rifi-il They nrfvdwa A ".jneral 1 assortment of ready-mails Clothin<; made THOMAS E. RANDOLPH, IT. lie tide wnt I It wis fjrtije! l :in the rr\ I- V
rtKaraiul: pl'-id to the il.-Kiration filed by the bul'si'ribcrs: in the faithful and DYSPEPSIA, OR IXDIG-J. STIOV.
tip most fash- tionary and ,
:urn By A. A. FISHER D. M. war, occupied[ by :i sail t force mi- :M
...!'i: ft. 11. M. DAVWSON, i".ultJc style, consKiin; uf Ovcrcoa'5! ;, Frock it Dress Jan 21. ,,335. 24tf Of longstanding, and oftlie! mo ;t oh-itinatocharict), .:r, have been considered a ;
::. ttl' A v. fr PtiiivtilV! :.'oJt& .1Ut. Goatees, fine Clc/th and Gout's li.iir CunaleiIiiil.5 has been immediately rrlievd and often peimanently rezott'. outpost toestrong ? -
IL I fortress of West Poinr. ?
( 2n: Wf'PPcrsTantalpons] and Vests of almost Negroes and cured. in a variety of caqcs that have occurred in Boston It was capturnl J
!l'Ii,,, ADAlISISTilATOll'S NOTiCK. .vcry"tlevyTjJti'.iffPMIJJ ftiich are rich fircd Land at Auction. an/1 vi initv. by usintr for f4hOlttim' by the; Bihish in the} year 177?, and strongly: rr-- .

Jica&ily [ LI persons iu\ing il.-t.ianJs: ac.iiiut the ]laiciusii 1 Vet[ and fine bK\*:k Cloth and On the 10th day ot February 1 S3j. Will be sold a p Ot", Rdre'. 'urot"I.lo .' po.ifi 5flj.3fltl.flilIJU5 Pill.. ,.:lIrcCi iiift.cozumauuetl-o.r:._'rl,1 v .---- .1.-. *,:? u_ jJi J 1

MASIIEIT.V, of G.idvli-n count:. an' C.ibaitjiO'c: i Valcntia anJ white Marseilles Vests &c. 10 o'clo-k A.i.. at the House of Ciiarlcs! Macun hnih of which are to betaken foget'ier. arronling to valuable I- soldiers, by the brave Lieut. Cui.Juim j'J

iv no' ri-ii'Kr. liit'ii; injtropcrly] njuhculicaiuu :; I r'nr Marine und l.ntvib's \Vo\)1 .Xctt-Shirtsand Draw. Sew ell in Decatur County Ga. at Pul Auction, l 15! ] plain nnd practical directions accoii) >. .} ing the "on. ',t w

.: 1 tL.umc d! 'I'"tl..ll1.w'o l 1 r N,:it Sik; and l>.:-.k1iJ Uuder-Vcst, an or ? Likely Negroes J (tJontii'in- of Alen \'lom'\li. Specific. Price 50 cents each. A few diiys be((>rc tIe sixteenth of July, in tic!

ten J"i U.. CARXOCHAN, Ad'n'r. rcllesit: article! for inva i\ls. and ChildrenIso a PI motion of 330' acres ,.J! None are genuine unless] signo/1 on tlc; oat-.ii'e priu s'lmc year, :i t;lllrnmlIdi"g pcronage, mount

Of t i "e .ry Mudilniw, dcc'd A quantity of course Clothin* suitable for iKime land with a comfoiiablc dwoliiug and Gi-i tAd wrapper, by the sele proprietor T. KIDHKR, | cd J on) a Elronir charger! \ soeu 011 the eminences
IBM Jm.h., 1t. (;'!t( nnd. un asSvHlincni. of Ii dia Ruuotr: : Surll.uts ejjroes PeaJackctb House, 1.0 acres \1ndL'r a gun] fn-e, nlso several immediate successor the Into Dr.V T. Cu\wU'- above Stony IulIIl.-IIe had! a glass In 1 his
huntI'f.j bushels of C-.ri, x.rl Fo.ider; SU Cutlers.mul For sale at his Counting Room, over No. 99, Cuuit hand and : V
and Trr.wscrs, warranted very luratle and -tT appeared to study the character of the V. V
Valuable! .Negroes For Sal1.P1IMC prrfccilyvatrrjiroof, rvxoficred for sale by the subscribers .irul vari.\! ' Farming (Jten;iU--nn'4 horse street, near Concert Hall Uo.ton. nnd also bv. III* 'IpCeial :- dt fences with an intensity of interest. Johnson

rjidVig..n, "!,; (V'.l lri .!.-, Jcrs.-.v 'I Mules: nnd l lI'C appointment. by E. B. TtRKINS. (N. 1)
low tit
of A ,
..rupa I pnj: -25 XEGRO53 *te ff-rcd for on vciy terms. deduction of 10 per who was returning the gaze of the horseman
'i'uuWivvcll, juainted.vt'Mhf: culture uf'Duj I .:itt. will be nude for all orders accompanied withI.P ) ill'! i tf, Iiw'' M.MFuri.uv: : a'i.f! other arue(s. Drugisl.Feb. with hiV spy glass, turneit to one of his staJf; and V
j lsj.ipi: .tr: l!... lIa11aUt'1H.! J1. 1 :31. .'
'f ni 32 b's nrnneCot
S ( 'j.r.
( af ;wc. h"not sold! at jirivate sale.jficr I I' : "-h.ITJ" "NP, __ temarked ihal the nparnion on the hill!! ,J -
t ri.'!: '* -d at p. !J!Auction, :it T.Lll.1111SS'C!, |I i I I The Milisr.ribrr.? rcturii heir sincere thanks fot tl.( II,5-. -.o.C t l--'j. 'J ,t. Syru ', IIj.", Cat TO Till: ASTHMATIC AND CONSUMPTIVE.[ I jGj.wjd. Humors were float about the portendedno entrenchments -
_aiitt t t"UJU.- . THE had
same been
I'ktenc I I \'lrdliv of' "aill: '1'.n!Ii..1] ; n'ne. civilized society-the Consumprto-:-ma1 figure seen

d .ij'fcn It. V. .Vellfj-xl, James' McMu'.liB} to bu.incjj, to tiiun .nJ receive a cuiitiiiuati-m ofthea. CFIA U.ES .I. SKAWELL.P. generally .ic tMCcdt* the least Alarming of di-.ord-', j j xeross the) river on the opposite highest} : eminence,
: *.-The Plniuiti.-ii\ i2.." riules from fall iln I the day: before, like a horseman painted against
i in i itfvJto | >fu.ijcr ,>a.rt5rulars.I2e.ucrci. tin ir.t > : :s a slight but ncglectftd cold. liy estimation it *.

: ; vm pu .ili\'dr 'Oo >.,'.i 1, as theft nur ; [ jr* All O:1's wi11lJe thdiitffully rc-civcd ; and asI Jan. 2t, 1J <3. -! -'.i: that one hundred aivl fifty thousand rironstHe appears annually { the sky. r A. iv-.. .1 hoy. said that_ this! .: figure. was thep.iriiofl
r"'I'l'ral'l' I tliflcrrnl] lV--in t.; I h.ivc in their l of the Most of a oi \\ : ami that it
:iltr, cntiivly jla .nt.a I ILoi I ") Ciig.iijcd: employ .steady and firsts FURL consumption. thee dreadful rC'1ult t as:1iigttsn never was

:nto ::11r1.1 aj lj own that Kiln! ,.f( ;PJNO. rnj.rt} v H1! WOIU :,Us, in! 'y are prepared t.) execute all orders VALUABLE of LAND situated Leon I' mrty be attributed to common cold, and a n.irent! seen exc'-'psim: ; belore a brittle: or a thunder "

I CA :\vCIL\. I Iih a.t the shortest notice. and in t.e! most durable! and .4 : in : : III -treatmont of th h-irrassing cough lli.'H generally I.'n-uc ; siorm. B-Jt while these rUffiM'i floated around
County, a1)praeJ he Union Dank six
Joe* :-ii. L ) 'a.------_(.td.; ) I, I.t'.I'WIJ.e_ t My! T-alhhapsi-e. O*. S.S. 1 111-6n.! : tiiousand doilar, winch S7 .{. will be nMtrred at to which is usually fulluwcJLy difiicult: brcatl.inff: piinin : the atmospiicrc of hc ci rp, the real WashingioAfi'oni
to V I V i the sidf, and at last Ulcerated Lun 't'iot! nnd
t nt : ohservaii niaiU with hi.s
i0 TIC EaU i NOTICE. t heiirch i s'r. A clJnslJerah portion of rIle a1rll\"t own eyes, was V
t\!?WD l land i is open and un.'er a %o ul fin.e The buiii'in repeated Asthmatic attacks al.illlJring on Consumptive : CU'crrtinu' :i soWier-like plan I for its surprise.
I.rsJ paying; ny XI't. .or Account j 4 IX months from One dollars :
andtho iJatv, i will; vouchers symptoms. or two expended in tht '
whines, D. Wescoir of the kita'e of Anihcny !II f, nnd present my H. are convcnioiit and in a go.-d stale of repalr.-AI', of jmrchnso ; Oiithie night or the sixteenth of July, by the"f.vil.hiij '
, r A scitk-iK'nl, >hairuoy| to the n.Ciiiuty I
a large quun i y of Corn will be sold 10 the purcha light of the.stur.' riiat broke'over and
JOHN LA \ir.llT '
uiDrJ AJmcr. Cf'Uit ol" Gadsden county, for Letters of Dismhsi'l \ RELFE'S ASTHMATIC I ';
.t 7 "O-tf I se."f the land, if desired. PILLS, ttirouuh the clouds! txvo columns of soldiers might
ndninUfraur of the Thomas A.
;: as estate. For terms, apply to the subcriheron 'he preni.'s. and a little att'-nlion to their! time'y' ;1f1ulitli tration. wil l hiive been Sfirn ut.'dir the brow of the eminence -
of' Pcc"I late 4)f.Ud lle .eH.aTii ,
:j ca
) UVIOX cjf.iiy S. S. I
BANK OF TT.OUIDA. CHRISTOPHER.Jan.'J4 u'iu:1l1r ensure a mitigation of the diiorders]
) and
? ,
V :en : i-i i irallyetThctacuro. the ivarof ti ll" 1'lrt.
)rr" r1' I : in\. PEBBLES, 1\llm'r. ; They were stern men-
herd ,' tat an cjec'ion fo 21lwFUUR c The Pills aic al-oi an and l effectual 1
PJti'Dm' tII Dire ''.. 'Ii' \o\'cflllwl' 24, t T 4. 19n easy tileil!,::t. tnouglitltii men of New England. The
/ ,
; r.- th-s Ua-ik. will be hell: atfkajHUM remedy for the symptoms '' .ngind acctmpanying -
weeks after date I will !1 cjjj'e! 'eyedVsiyne was at their head and hs:
itl City uf TaUahavs, oil"JU.eltohFujru Ilcxnr 1) ATKJXbus, t make application the Aathma, and Coi--uinpti Tor CuMeCoujliJi ,
: ryiK-xt.: : vVU.J.IAM >. J Jude of the County Court of Jefferson difficulty of lJr athin tightnr-ssaiidstrictur, hc.irt was like that of a lion. The regiments ot

nhv n.\UO I LK\VIS, Cashier. \ G.Brn.c. > c.iunty, for an order to sell the fut half of S. East across the chest, Wheezing pain in the Mde, Spitting Fi-biiitv. and Megis, j\-ith the youthful Major

1O&ded -.ll.l.s-eo S'h Jannarv !tH"!. !-tli ; Defend \Mt! is i hereby notified, that toe Plain qu-irtcr of serlinn 29, township I, North ranjo 3 East, of blood, &.. Few cases can; occur of HIV oflhit! : ILiU'o tJetaqliment lonned the right column; But- t

.|'l hE4tiotth Pens-ico a Gazette, Florida TfIC : filed his PETITION in the Superior Court containiiii; eighty acres, belonging to the estate ofDavid lass of disorders which the jiurchaner Dr. ],][c':: ler's re<4 went; with two companies under Major I

.hnI s&htnelt t s, L'l1 Apa'aihi'a: hvrtivr.iviM n1' i ((23-4)) HOLDER. .
we.jyw! iJti, ii,4-lV, t.:-n.' -uj.! fortvart.f thcIrvr : to rort\oe a JJortgnge given by tlw Defendant to i;ure. I I was limned of one hundred and fifty voIuntteW J

1'.Iym1n' tlic s-iid PI lintiP on the 'following; describe Properly, NOTICE. TQ tIle Ladies !. Cl[ ''I j at whose! Lead stood the brave Fleury: one hun

XOTIUIafici llr l .il and Personal, (to wit :)-The Northwest quarter FPLICATION will made at the nC'xtfarr.h White and so-tnd Teeth arc both an ornnfm anrl n dred volunteers! under Hewart, composed the van

t 'rdts : -. and the \V cst -ilfof thc Northeast qurter of section A Term of the County Court for Leon county, for ble3"ing. The bast security fur their advantages to bound : uj' the Jell. And still further advanced, the noblest
lieU : I' tl Jtf, I will; a;> f 0 the Judes twciiy-ciiht. The Northeast qu ,rter of section f in the of the 'I
th a scttl mynt of nil the accoivus of the Estate of D.\> ia use post of nil, stood twu 'forlorn! hopes' of twenty
County C' nfL nun'ty L -tf* of and North and
.urt on )r s -nine
,Township one range one,
tI r lK.n the II. 1'110I I twenty FLOTD, deceased, of \vliich all concerned will take due BRITISH J1XTISEPTIC DEJVTIFR ICE. I men each-one commanded by Lieut. Gibbiav
on ::aeefr1r1III.vs West situated in the of Leon and Territory
;thil 4' notice. DKN CHA1RCS, Ex'r. This Tooth Poxvtler with 1 and the other Lieut. Knox. .
< elegant a little by
use Wayne
very :
.. ofsaidcoun'y deceased. I of F: rida. The West half of the Lot designated i : on stepped V
WILLIAM TIlAD \\TELL. i the original plan of Tallahassee, as number ninety- FLOYD, Ex'irix, eredicates the scurvy in the gums and prevents* the accumulation I from man to man through the vanguards, saw

lers 9)) 4'h.), F35. Gw I five-A female slave named Martha, about fifteen 19th December, 1811. [t9Lc.fsl| of Tarter, which not oyly blackens buj II I them take their flints from their pieces and fix the

it cfstl E VOlr.iJ1'1 VG years nf ae-a female slave] named SaHy! about thirty NOTICE.ALL l loosens Dentrifice the thus teeth removes and accelerates toe prevailing their causes decay.of_offensive The I death bayonet. At twenty minutes past eleven, V

LIQUID, years of a c- and her child Kitty Ann, about twoyears having claims the estate of the two columns moved to the bloody work before
persons against breath the healthiuess and fioridnes.1 of
. 4411d&1dby R. BERJMRD, Drugfrt.MRFOLK ofac. CALL & WALKER, F. YO ;GE, late of Gadsden county, are the gums, and preserves renders the teeth beautifully white. them, one going to the right and the other to the

.ct VIflGIXL.Et1tAR4s PlaintilPs Attorneys. hereby notified to present them properly authenticated Price 50 cents. left, to make their attack on opposite sides.

- -- -Ta'MnsseP, 5th Dec. 1834.-ITcowHru V without dcl.\y to the Executors: AnJ persons in PricH-whole boxes, 30 PilU, 1 dollar, half boxes The inhabitants on the eastern side of the river

Dli1 IDt Y.D mn Q Just Received dcbted to the estate, are requested to make immediate 12 Pills; 50 cent first heard a sharp crashing as the fbrlorn'hope on
:" JOHN W. MALONE, ) ur I'\une unless the either side broke in tke double
: payment. Etetwt-rs. arc genuine signed on outside row of abattis: the
1ENOVAT1NG LIQUID for the stiljscriber a general assortment of Books I
etit'g at "'ds orO.b Paints, Tar and Grease BY and SU\tionary-The London and American T. J. KENAN, printed wrapper, by the ole proprietor, '1'. KID LER, muskets of the sentinels flashed suddenly amidst
Dec. 4th 1S34. 188wNOTICE.
.a'I6It .m'St tdch-jie colored] Silks Satins, Cloihs, Annuals! for 1835: -Music for the Piino Forte, Flute Quincy, lI1U1cdiatcstcccssortothelalc Dr. NV. T. CONWAY.- the darkness, and in a moment the fortress vomited -

'Cu ;%, or Vevet', without injuring in the least I and Violin-Guitar and Violin Strings-Flute Violin: For sale at his Counting Room, over No 9J Court out flame and thunder, as if a volcano had V
Street Concert Hall Boston and
near his
I1rCrt"xture. and Piano Forte Instructors Metallined Cocoa and I IX bv ape b e *ignited, and was tossing its lava
1NT. Q Weeks after date, (as the largest creditor) I appointment, by E. B. PERKINS NI upwards.
'bl't."tntan.d vahllL1e chemical discovery i, of- JBoxxTood Flutes-Georgia and Carolina Almanacks shall apply for Letters oT Adiniimtratjn: on 2) The cry of battle not to he mistaken, shrieks,
, bt th? "u!!Ncriw.-It almost "for 1S35 &e gfc. WM. WILSON. Druggist. wild and fearful broke
the. super"y the Estate of VTni. T- Kilbee lccd. Tallahassee. February 1)3. h2 upon the dull ear of night.
e'f'eIt 'f tfvoMeS
IS ," dying, and the Scourer's Jan.3 21.tfNOTICE.During JNO. O. SEWALL. But all was in vain for the fortress. Under the
baTs'fit. ? Pjtty tens worth will secure a Marian 17 23-6 DR. RELF'S AROMATIC PILLS FOR FE
i 10, January showers of and full the red
absence grape, in
D-. Lt 'jxaaat s bree-hes from critu ism for twelve my MALES.-They purify tho Blood quicken its circulation eye orblltJe.
rtvo still
;bf acts like a charm upon silks of the finest t from the Territory, Ccl. A. MURAT will act as my r Trustee's Sale.Y assist i the suspended operations of nature, and area the gloomy unwavering columns moved .
.. .in tnstantly removing the taints of grease, attorney. C. D. JACMINOT. general remedy Tor the prevailing complaints on, and the two vanguards met in the centre of
the t kst virtue oe an appointment made by the Hon among the work. The British
I atf.ct nz the fabric itself the an. 3 21-f B the female part ofsociety.-The Pills are particularly: made an instant surren-
Jt f. in5 i-t Jrgmcuts of war upon Coat c01111ietrn ourable the Judije of the Superior Court for efucnciou in the Green Sickness Palpitation ofthe der, to avoid the extermination which awaited the

1 dust !before all> U6n- It is no : I indebted to the estate of WILLIAM to the highest Bidder at public sale, at Tallahassee on
mote of
: artcm appearing persons Dejection and Disinclination to Eierciseand Socie Sixty three British soldiers dead
: ALL lay at their
clothe late of Jackson deceased the 7th of the following descril guns;
day February
at the least county, ,
imaginable Married ladies will i
expense. : ty, find the Pils! equally useful except I five hundred and forty three
to Gentlemen to make immediate to the undersigned ed heretofjre conveyed by the late Thomas were made prisoners
rJJ1 at r.o cems a phial, and all 1. arc requested payment property in case of when be .
. pregnancy, they must not taken and the
ofpeople and those Heir tnc late John Y. in spoil were too standards, two fifteen -
can have it at the amp price. as indulgence cannot be given ; to Garcy! trust to satisfy a ; neither must they be taken of hecticor flags,
.tMJIII er lIe'ld ** aPprehended in using it upon having demands against said estate, are requested to debt due by the said Thomas Heic to Messrs Detton coasomtire habits. Price 50 by box persons pieces of ordinance, and other materials af

D a& and most delicate ks-nyr is it like the present them duly authenticated within the time prescribed and Emory, viz : the East half of the South East ALSO.-The celebrated gl Cambrian a Tooth Ache war. Of the sons of New England ninety eight
.mon1y\ adveriised or they will be forever barred. of Section seven, and the North half were killed or wounded. Of Lieut.
in onr days, which by: by'laxv, quarter twenty Pills, which give immediate reKef: without the least Gibbins for
= I OIe evil almost invariable produce another THOMAS M. WHITE, of the East half of the North East quarter of Section injury to thd Teeth. On trial; this will be found one of: l torn hope, seventeen were no more. Of Lieut.Knnxe's .

.:-aor does it require the preparative % Administrator ex officio. thirty four, both in Township two, Range one, North the best remedies known fur this complaint. Price 50 about the same number were slain.

''*: OitI "r010."*-such as hot irons and Marianna 29th Dec IBM ((21-6mJ and East of the Meridian, and containing one hun ceoU a box, The spots, where the Jife-blood of the free hasbeen
. r a little clean waterk according to Uie drcd and twenty acres of Land, together. with Stock]
;Is 1it NOTICE.ffPlHE and articles of None is genuine unless ligned on the outside printed I- poured out like water, and where the traces V
Oil sundry husbandry.
Grease of kind
1.cted from the most delicate colored any subscriber has just received and offers for EDWARD CHANDLER, Trustee. wrapper by the sole proprietor, T. KIDDER- of the revolutionary ditch and mound still remain, :

' i 'gout t usual trouble of them car- B sale on very reasonable terms, a choice assorinpart L. R. J. HACKLET, Auctioneer.Jan. immediate successor to tba late Dr. W. T. Conway, are altars sacred to the high recollections of free -
taking -
; Vtording up. of groceries consisting of Cognac Brandy For sale at his Counting Room over No. 99, Cour. dom. Green'be the turfover
to the Directions will ment 3 21-td these departed
it at once pat .
Wines and old Rectified street, near Concert Hall, Boston, and alto big
: Hollands Gin br special
Rum ,
&rtid of grease from the finest Clothe Jam. riots. The bold bluff of Stony Point h classic -
C- Silks without the least Whiskey, Fresh Teas, &c. Cotton Lines fy. Shirting appointment by (No. 5.) Hither
: i tenure. V iUjL1X1fl in -ALSO- E' B. PERKINS.THahassee. ground. in future time shall the poet and

':t,uPI)11 of the An assortment of choice saddles, bridles and Martin BED Cords, Leading Lines Superfine Cotton March 17.,1831. ,30tf Dingcut. I the sentimentalist come, to 'pay their tribute of.*

G V for,de by above valuable article re- .les.-purchasers will please call and examine for Cotton Seine Twin*-on Consignment;, *J Observe that none ire genuine without the writ I II affection and honor, where V

. E B. PERKINS Ag't, themseiTe!. AL*'R. FORMY DUVAL. for sale by the lot at Manufacturers prices, by I tea.signature of T. KIDDER on the outside prints : _' ou-fatbers knelt 1

Sept. loth 1834.. f .J&,, 1835. '(21tt.) Jan. 3d 1835. (21-3w GEO. LANMAJtf. I wrapper. : In prayer and battle for a Wgrldi '



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: .LF read and nado aa o er of the day for a third reading on the Members, and with the hope that be may return and spend | on account of the sterility of tJieir! soil) ,

&GSL4rFIVI COUNCIL. !Monday next. the evening of his days in.the land so I long benefitted! by his And also the selection and I location of a QUlbtit' ....r
faithful services and by himotion 4 bospilality. j i to one thirty-sixth of all the lands which h
A bill. entitled "An Act to alter the time of holding the may hay +
) ed asaloresaid the
the rule out said
I Which were read, and unembellishehisd ( being by Briiisli} and '-
Friday, January 29. County Courts in Franklin County," was again read, and they were adopted. !! meets< and of the said fractional townships SAa b -

t' i Tho House met pursuant to Adjournment, a quorum be- ordered to engrossed for.. a third'reading on Mondaynext. Mr. Bellamy offered a Memorial addressed to Congress, with ;:> the sale of
dii in i present, the journal of y'esterdaJ'a proceedings was :- I accompanying Resolutions ;" which were read, and laid on the ': support of schools therein, in such manner and Itei :

rt'Rd. : A bill entitled "an act to incorporate the town of Mon I table 'Intl! to-morrow. j i as the Governor and Legislative Council shall upo direct: t n

Sir. Priest, pursuant to notico heretofore given asked ticello, in Jefferson county"-was read the third time and Mr. Downing from the Select committee, to whom was referred ceeds thereof to he invested in some profitable stock J**

r and obtained leave to introduce a bill, entitled "An act to passed. Ordered that the title be as above stated. the petition of sundry inhabitants of Madison! count/, interest to )beset part as a fund tar lice Indbe!
praying for authority to hold an election in said county for Schools in this Territory: to he annoES mot
provide for the establishment and organization of theSpring His'Excellency the Governor, transmitted to the House,
select site-Reported unfavourably 1 the several counties therein ate
I commissioners to a
county according
Grove Guards" Which read by the title, und : his Mr. Wellford( the com to the ratio or p
was following
by private Secretary, on said petition, and Prayed that: the H11Il11lteeo tie f dischargedfrom I pulation in said counties re echve::v. Iltpo.
made: an order of tho day for n second reading on to- munication. further consideration of the subject ; which report was Resolved (fun tier. (That a certified cony of

morrow. EXECUTIVE OFFICE, concurred in by the House, and said committee were digs Preamble and Resolution lie signed by the arty the f orLI

:, Mr. Wood, pursuant to notice heretofore given, asked 24th January, 1835. } charged. I Clerk of this House, and be transmitted foctliwi;dent and: Ch JtC

and obtained leavo to introduce a bill, entitled "An act to A bill, entitled "An act authorising: : John O. Sewall to establish Ju-;. M. White.Which Cothe oa.

alter the time of holding the County Courts in Franklin To the Legislative Council oj the Territory of Florida. .1 a ferry across Cnipola river near Marianna" from the order : were again: read and adopted.

( of the"dav, was on motion ol Mr. Love, laid on the! table. On motion ot Mr. Bellamy, the Memorial .
; county"-which was road, and made an order of the day I have this day signed and approved "an act to and Reaol
A bill, entitled "An a".t in change the name ot" Elizabeth t tend hy him 01 yester.tav, were laid on the ut oa rl-
; for n second_ reading on to-mom?w. divorce James Johnson and Dorathea Johnson"I table
t Underwood to that: of Elizabeth Murrhee ; was read the second A hill, entitled. A:, act to prevent .
Mr. Parish, pursuant to notice heretofore given, asked return to you an act to repeal an act, entitled an act and third times (the rule heillV3ived! ) and passed. Or tory from carrying arms secretly! ;" wmim any pt-rlon in MV" '

and obtained leave to introduce a bill, entitled "An act to to incorporate the City of Key West. tiered that the title be as before( stated. I I patnck, ale( red in a commutr of the whole motion Fl of 1ft.

revive nnd amend an act, entitled an act, to incorporate This act provides in case of refusal by the Mayor, Alderman Mr. Parish on a former d.I.V,tltlt'rl'll the following Resolution : H.,ose went into coniimUee-thcreon; and al'frsomf't.1)U8*-The

the Town of Monticcllo in Jefferson county"-Which cm &c. to pay over certain monies declared to be in Resolved! That the committee on Baliks, he instructed to I therein!, arose ; when Mr. Smith, c'nirm' III nf tilt ?tnt

motion of Mr. FilZp trick, was read the first and :+erond their hands, that fur each refusal, a judgement insta-rftr! examine the state and condition of the Union Bank cf Florida, Ill-ported said bill: (to l this Ho.ise, \" ,itil! ir.j .IImt'UIt.i' co wincb, tt,

time'by the title, and ordered for a third reading on to- shall be rendered, and hat no appeal from any such 1 jmig'jment and report the same tai the Legislative! Council, now in Session; I' concurred in b'. the H.ssc, a iiidsii? b-M: \1'1, tin n n on'J tt
which was again read and :adopted., call
shall be taken. ; : te second ti.ue, :Itd ordered! to been :
morrow. A bill, entitled H An act to incnrporate the St. Angus-tine fora tiurd re..dmgoa, iu-morrov. ,
Mr. Higginbolbam, pursuant to notice heretofore given, This 1 provision contravenes the first section of an act Wharf Company: ;" was on motion of( Mr. Smith amended iu The Home MI-U adi'"lrol..tlufiril lo

asked: and obtained leave to introduce a l bill, entitled "An of Congress passed the 15th of May, 182G, entitled ":\U the ninth section, by adding the f following words: -n ) one oh- -tunrrow atlto'd

art to change the name of Elizabeth Underwood to that of act to amend! the several acts for the estaulishment of ,I 1',,'crimr. -" Bat any. wharf erected and "established! or to be \ VVultiiI.jy: January: {,.,5.

Elizabeth llurhec"llich was read, and on his motion, Terr tonal Government in Florida," which declares that erected and established! within the limits of the City of St. Augustine The in.'t )
|iursii.i-t : i -lj(
made an order of the day for Monday next. the Superior Courts of the Territory, shall have "appellate shall be subject to the ordinances and by laws of thecorporation .I b''iaJ pre:oIlmt; thjounril t 01 \ et.r.iu'Mr. I'H'lIen' a guts,!4

Mr. Fitzpatnck I gave notice, that he he will on some jurisdiction of all crimes and offences committed flgams1' ofs-iid City ; and spechlly, shall he'so subject as I! read i proc t"dlO t u
tl) the nites wharfage charired! or to be clurged tar the use
f'lure day, introduce a bill, to prevent persons in this the laws of the Territory. of :any IICl! wharf."-Ami said hill was "motion of1 r. Blount! pnnwHf+ lo notice given
on op yesterda .
'I'+'rtitorY from carrying arms secretly.Mr. Imposing a penalty! as this act doe, {for omitting the Smith, read the third time by its title, and passed. Oulcrcd: I and obiairv-d leive t.. J'ltr'd'lce., n }Bill|( entitlt.l ";In act ..k(

:Macon gave notice, thin ho will on a future day, I performance of any duty required, constitutes! an ollVnto: that the title! be as before stated. I rise ttitFiond.I ., M.Oa-na .n.d I "in-o-gi., I H ul| I{hld, etmn toroth! ,

ink l leave to introduce a bill, to regulate the Pilotage of where the ommission take.s plaee. A refu.-ial to pay, is declared 1 A hill entitled An act to provide for the establishment and ;',I I'. tneir ro.i.inn I \\ i.if ;10"1.1 I. lit ween U be;rCIHlI1'WC s!*

St. Marks, and for other purposes.Mr. to be an offence punishable by a fine 01 1'+ tiny dullar.> oriranizatHui! of the Spring Grove Guards ;" was reullhc third I Alabama: md I the Te,rii >rv of Fioruh f ter the wic; ,of Viti'Pro

President laid before the Council, message from in a summary: way, and the right of appeal, by wmcb any Uu.e by ,its title, and pas l'd. Ordered that the title be as be- sacola b /y"-wruc.'i' was: iead .ind referred to the cum mnh

his Excellency the Governor, as follows : error may be corrected is inhibited. Believing this to ho a fire stated. .. on the. St Parish I..c uf'the Territory.M noiire.

violation of the act of Congress referred to, 1 return th'. A bill. ntited! "An act to prevent any \person in this Territory and pur.suani to given on teri terdaT, akcl
li ., : ubtuuie.f !leave to ihlnni., COt: a bi:|. entitled
OFFICE ru carrying arms secretly ; was again read, and ordered an act ,
EXECUTIVE that this feature be removed the
bill, objectionable r..r
by fir ,
} may for the third reading on tn-morro-.v. ding ue: removal.I f J unices )1 f I ihe Pe.tcv in certain

January 23d, 1835. Council. A bill, entitled '"An :,ct to :provide: for the partition of !Real and t lor ot purpu'ilos-wlll:, was; : rend hv the title and p,1)

To the Lesislrilice Council :- JNO. II. EATON. and Personal Property in the Court;+ of Law and Equity in this i dead t",r arc m t reading, on J I.u: day: uext. *'

I have: approved, signed, :mdIiI'd l with the Secretary Which was read-when on motion of Mr. Fitzpatrick, Territory ;" was on motion of Mr. Putnam, postponed and I On IC.UI-M "f Mr. D.val.l1r..- Braden i> added to( the ftniilteenn >

of the Territory, the (1lllowinet : it i is ordeied that the House do recon ider the vot taken made the order of Ihe lay I for Monday next. fJ.uks.
Au engrossed bill, entitled An alter the time of holding On rn.ilioti of.1lr. D.Wiiiig, a b II\ entitled! an
An act to authorise: 'ry J tot Fontan- sell and convey on the passage of the said bill; and Ihat the same be committed the Revenue Latvsot 1cttorr !.
the Courts in Franklin read the trsfernlory, jn.l tilt
Cotiuly county ; was otiJt'rp"rp,
certain real cst ::le therein deseii'')ed. to a rommittcft of the whole Hnusu for amendment.The third time anti! pa->')ell. Ordered that the title be as beforestated. f was: taken from the table; and! referred io the cunimiiteT
An Act to divorro Many Ann Child and Halo Child.An House went into committee of the whole on tht Finamv.Mr.; w

Act to divorce Alexander! Patterson and Eliza Pat !bill entitled tale Act concerning jurors in Munmo County, An engrossed; bill, entitled An act concerning Jurors j in tinnier gave n.)tc.thnt he will: on some future far(

terson. und for other purposes," and also upon tho bill entitled"An Monroe: county, and for other purposes ;" was read the third l ask have to minhliicc a will: lo repeal certain: secti. w of an If!

An Act for the relief of John Roberts. Act to repeal an Act entitled an Act to incorporatetho tim.:-when on motion of Mr. Downing, said bill i is ordered lobe regulating; Execution*.

JXO. II. EATON. Cilv.or K.+y W.. st. Mr. Blount, Chairman, after some recommitted: to a committee of the whole House, and made Mr. HL'ginbulham: : pre.-cntt'll rile ()E'Liliunberle! am} .M

m t. Which was read. limit spent therein, the committee arose and the Chairman, the order of the day fur Thursday next ; and 23: written copies ler!, proprietors.IriMii; the operation of. Ie.Wood olltlc:' Bisect Doan::' SIt! Lnv.s-lIn Saw 1111're.lel prs!

Mr. Edwards offered sundry Resolutions, which: were reported said hills to' the House with amendment which are ordered. tor the It-rtarf!
The! House then adjourned until to-morrow 12 o'clock.! I years. which was -efi-rrt-il to a seftrt! cn.umiute-M..1t\. ,
read. und laid on the table until tomorrow.Mr. report was concurred in by the House--when! Higginbojliain} '.!!tier! and Putnam, were apj>toted (:lema.

Putnam fro-u the committee on Enrolled Bills, reported On motion of Mr. Blount, the bill entitled An Act inn Tuesday January 27. Mr Smith Irom on rue Juliciarto V.C.1]

as correctly enrolled, cermni!; jurors Munroe: County and for oth';r purposes: The Houso met to adjournment a be- \vis referred a Resolution o.reeling said cornaiitiee t:;i.1qli;
puisuant quorum inn
*'.1n Act to divorce James Johnson S: Dorathna John is ordered to be engrossed for a third reading on :Mondaynyxt the .. ? the pn priers of giving! jurwdiciio.i: over Jr'I :
ing of
present, journal yesterday's proceedings wa
; to Magistrates: in this Territory-ilt-ported that
son"-and ; and the bill entitled "An Act to lepai I : an Act en I I-e VJ it
i stnll'ted by the comrniitce AJV
t "\n Act to repeal an art to incorporate the City of Key tilled an Art to incorporate the City of K.>y ,1 e..t," was rtMil.Mi: Parish islaliol to tmtat present, they.tsnj
gave entice, that he will: on to-morrowintroduce! {I e, on thisMibj'Ct! iiifxnedient.aiHl; lratl'doe! dr.c-J!
West Also a Resolution} touching the appointment of an read the beeond and third times by its title (the rule being :a hill, providing for the removal of Justices of the Peace, and L'1 i f soot the tnrthcrctrlsidrruion.d'rhestihi"rtIticichrcttya : : t :. i

inspector or surveyor at or near the mouth of Suwanneeriver" ; waved) and passed.-Ordered that the title tee abelbi( t- for oifier purposes therein named. ... agreed tu, and said committee, ,<- Ib! ; arfo.l.:

-Which were signed by tho President. stated. Mr. Downing! pursuant to notice given, on yesterday:; askedand j Mr. >im'iT, from the!: .J1I'ticiaPi (C. mniitt-e, lt, \vrvirr.ra: +|

1 Mr. Bellamy fr..;:i thn committee on the State of thfTerrilory A bill entitled "An Act to divorco Elizabeth Uptegroveand obtained leave to introduce) a biii, entitled "An act to incorporate t fared I!hi* tt'tlilIl of :M:.-=.nret L. .\ibis: "'="'',,--'>ltril':1: r|

to whom! was referred a bill, entitled "An actto Green Uplegiove," was read the second aud thirdtimes i I the Sontnern Life Insurance and I 'I'ru t (.'.I'lIIfU.'Iucit "\'"- I tit nuthorise :\fa t .t"..-.r;{ L. A 0.1':1., .;.mI.I .. "cl C:'>:-'f.::) :I'.ol It t"Ia';
; was read by the title, and on motion of ,1Ir.13ehamv, i which WIS read aud orJct'e! ttlr '.
Suwannou liver" (the rule waived and its iMm ar.c;;:a ': : oa ton;
establish! a ferry acros-s -Reportedwtd being ) put on pl swigc. reieTed: to the committee on Banks. rlJ\\.-also,

hill with nm lI.lmcnts. which was read the secondtime yeas and nays being required: thereon by M-srs.: M.u-o.i Abu, a hill entitled: .' An aci to establish the County site of .\ bill emitted I .IP act, to anl-'n-: ai act: <' .: "'. .f J ail; a.t

by its title, nu! I on motion of :Mr. Bellamy, the ruleof and Downing, were yeas Mr. President, M yrs. Bellamy, ,\I'qllito c'llUl.v"-\Vhich was read, and on m"tiollof Mr. establish. l'o.rilf 1''c'l'stt'id'.n! ; : lli fl''(' w.:simtiits lt,\1'1;

the House In.: 'i waived, was read the third tim.- andpassed. Blouut, Downing, Duval, FilzpalricU, .tliggmboth-im, Downing: (the rule being waived) was read the second 1 and I and orido! ;!'i o-'dt-r t>fHIl' 'I l i y |l.I,' ,i *.;;,'d 1 .t";;'tJ; ;'

!. Order t tvit: t th<' title bo AS before stated. Hunter, McNeill, Milchell, iMooring, P.insh, t tf third times by its title, and passed. Ordered that the title be J Tursday isi'Xt, slid: f fitiv ct'pi.:s attar uft-rrrf h tit fw .i.r!r.It'I,!.

:Mr. Bellarn)'. f. 1111/ the committee on the State of theTerrilor Walker, and 'Voud-15. Nays, Messrs. Uraden, Brown, as hcloie, stated. Mr. Fit/rwrirk: t lioru li.-. *>;, tJ.,.:.,". l'tt"Ilnl).

x \. ), to whom was referred the f Presentments of the Edwards, Love, Macon, McKiuiiou, Putiur.n, and Smith, Mr. Blount: gave notice, that he wilt on ter-aorrolvlvk leave relt.'+"I't'I:1; l" : (": ).. S. 1 I'rl} i.t; :.. 113nfdf'X.
.. to introduce a bill, to authorise the Alabama, Florida ant I ( Trust C'lrniMuy -I le-Jurf.1 l t le :s.sncwitli: h
Grand Jury for Monrnn ullhoR.port..l 'ill. entitled -b. So:) the said bill is pa.-wd -- rJorod that the tiil: b Rail ; aliotor.f.t.\t)
Ut-orgia G nnpnnytncontinuetieirroa+iou the line was read }hv i'till.. tiii-f I ; '
ordt-n-fi i j'r ..
:J .mi act concerniuir JurorJ in Monroe county, and for as before stated. between I a ::car"rc. :: I'DI
$ the State t Alabama and Territory of Florida! to moT"w. an.I! 100 .. ,
r c ) u s r -irdored! ttiir rirettt,\
other I furPoe3"thich' was read by its title, and ordrrcJfor i The House then adjourned until Monday at 12 o'clok. the \Vatcrof Pensacola Bay in said Territory. I Mr. Smith from tut-: .Jiltita'tri iMii.r.tJ: h) r.l.I'! iTSJi

a second d reading on to-ntorrow. I : lr. Mitchell gave: notice, that he will ou. some I future t.l.n, to. red a hill! entitie.i! an nc: to rcviv- :'11 rf, tn prtiy.irf rr

Mr. Bellamy from thu select cotnmitiee, to whom the Monday, January 2d. I ask ic''ive to introduce a bill, to be tilled An net to prohibit r eol.lclor: of.Jlhlt'iu.als a.r';fI"'t fre. \c!!rcc.; ;ail

.;'\tnl) had been referred,Reported a bill, entitled "All, Tho House met pursuant to a-ljournment quorum the Banks in tin's Territory from issuing notes under five sons ititTfia IltlCd-tie.d't, : ; .*:) against r'ae! S.iilllrl.aiNlQr':

act to divorco Elizibei'i' Uptecrove; im.l} Green Uple- being present, the journal of proceedings on Saturday last t' .' dollars.!!: j tint the iinimtt1'' (bf (!i-ciarfr nl Irorn l furrier[ ctil i>"tJei! 1 1I j:

provc"Which was read, and ordered fur a second read was: Mr Hit,,,lI1faotham, pursuant tn previous notice, asked: and! i I th..rt'; reportvaa .:g.el to, and aid cnmlllitte: '
I obtained leave to introduce '- hill, entitled "\n act to regulate ; Ibsrt;;.rU'J.Ir. .
1114; on tO-mflT3W. Mr. Putnam notice that on tomorrow he will ask.
The House leave to introduce gave the the driving or bringing!_ iiio this: Territory, nt-nt entile bel.wg. ,\ Puinsim+ from the' committee on EnrolIt-J Bilkrepf'ci ;: '
3 whole on following to wit :
ing to persons" citizens of the several; States"-Which wi: > ,< ci tTP'I'Ctt'!. rlnnl! >"|, tit.. i iMioflp-in.r hills.
the bill entitled "Au act to provide for. the partition of( A bill to etuble! Married omt=1l to convey their real estate read its title
hy and referred to the cui,.mitiee on tile State ofthe uAu. :tit. to I sclhitl( a bVrracross the Sinvnpee; river."
real and of inheritance in this Territory. And a bill to amend severalActs .
personal in tho Courts La .
piopf ity, of v and Territory.Mr. Vu
act to t'IcurrrteLe: S;. Ans si ;lne rihlilCtril : nllf:!,-
in force in relation Justices of the Peace.Mr. .
Equity in this Territory." After sometime spout therein, notice that he will future Putnam; pursuant to previous no'ticejked) and nhtninrd l "\11 fict Tocst.ibii.xh iheCo-iiy :Sing ,cf \11)1III'J) : C.IIID:1 :
Downing on
the rommiltee arose, and :Mr. Love therefrom, reportedsaid introduce the following gave Bill-,! :, some day, leave to introduce a hill! entitled HAil act tit enable! married: I I ".\ art t.' r.:1t:1.0: tn:* n.iiie 'If! Eizahd! : t Lratlerlriea l
bill the House women to convey then real elate of iIIII'ritancc"-wllica that ufFJi/.ih! h1 1 ."
to !' with the first .section and enacting' 1. A bill to establish a furry over Inlin ton creek. :. To : irrh" .
clause stricken out-Which report was agreed to by the amend the acts concerning Elections. 3. For the relief of read, and ordered 1 f>r a second reading on to'morrow. 'An :ict t I.. j I'ro>>>; rile {:..' thl" cir:111!!:-.1a :led n.+,rt7lldCui, : : :
Also, a bill entitled *' An act to amend the several file S Gr .. ,."
House. \V m. G. Davis. 4. For the} relief Mrs. Garey. 5. I'o abolish acts in ;>riig; utr G-i rd
A. Bill the f irce, m relation to Justices of the Peace"-which was read, hAil I act tt) -IHT! the ti rw 'f!h'sldlng t It' C'JUht.C'II. ;:'!
entitled "an act to incorporate the St. :: present County Court syste/I: anti organize another.
Augustine ;Iud ordered err! second "
a i Franklin !
: were'eI
To amend reading m to-morrow. rounty. A i-l sundry!; >; ills
wharf the Judiciary proceedings Civil Cases. To
r.nrnp.IO-Waoi. on molten of Mr. Smith, posponed 7. :Mr. McNeilf, to notice heretolVe c..iliv
pursuant given, asked andoht.i'med I ; signed! ) by the: Pres-nlent.!
and amend the Act relating .to Dower And atn To amend tiie
made the ardor of the day for Monday next. several Acts leave to introduce a hill, entitled "An act to make Mr Duvl fr.nn ,ctunhtitsec! : on cbi.iis! n> wnom >.t3S.
The House then until concerning Divorces. permanent the County seat; of Madison and for fem-d of D.. bf rrrt
adjourned to-morrow 10 o'clock.Saturday AlbO that : county, otherpurposes" : the petidoii: ulrl G.iiitt pnying l lit .rernu
:: will on to-morrow ask leave to introduce a hill,
-which was read by its title and made fora ;&: "
he I entitled : the order of runaway slave-}Repotted, that the committee:
to "An act lo Southern Life Insu
January 24th. ranee and Trust incorporate a the Ilattr. a second reading on to morrow. find the sane under consideration, deemed I tilt> saul I claim'M I '

The IIou Company. Mr. Duval, pursuant: to notice heretofore given, asked and I nlisjhle. and , tn he discharged !torn the further'11''
o met }pursuant; to adjourn.neut; a Mr. Downing, to notice hereicfore
I quorum pursuant given, asked obtained leive ands:
to introduce a bill, enti.:.'d .\n act more etlec- si.'Jeration ihereof. Which report was agreed tn; :
l being present. the journal and obtained leave, to introduce bill entitled Act
yesterday's proceedings: was a an to repeal (flatly to !prevent Breaches: ni' Trust: and fur other purposes;"' committee were discharged: therefront.Mr. .
the Revenue Laws of this '
tend. which Territory, and lor, other purposes: which: was: read by its: title, and on motion of Mr. Putnam, Love, from the committee on Elections; lienrJa I
Mr. President l laid before the House a communication I was read and !laid on the table.Mr. made this order of the d.iy. for a second reallinlot'on. Saturday entitled an act to change the lime of holding the FJecw ,

from His: Exit Heney tho Governor, as follows:- others Bellamy! the presented the petition of John Bnrney, and next, and 100 copies" are ordered to be printed. Members of the Legislative Council, and! for other """*
praying establishment, of
the East Florida
Company\\"I'ich was read and referred Un motion ot DIr Fii/patrick, Mr. Downing i is added to then which was read bv. the tile, and ordered flir; a second
lo the committee -
EXECUTIVE () committee UallliIr. A
OFFICF on ; .
the State of the Terrltorv.Mr. on t. morrow.
n January 23d, |1835. } Putnam offered Preamble. and Resolutions !\ Macon presented the petition of Elijah Andrews: pray An engroi-ed! bill entitled an act to provide for builJicg? "
To the Legislative Council oj Florida. the School Lands-11'hich !' touching ing (fur authority to sell certain real estate-w Inch was read, Jail in the coiwiy of t \\ alton, was on nioti*i of Mr. B1! .
were read and laid on thctable! tit ,
and on his motion, referred to a select committee Messrs. ; comraitted to a committee of the wo.-hule.-The HJSt:
I nominate Willis \lstoit, of the county of Leon>> to becommissioner to..murrmv Mr. Macon, Duval, and Bellamy were appointed on said committee. into committee thereor't after M>me timespt'nt therein,the

of the: Tallahassee fund, he having he e" Whereas Bellamy the offered the following Preamble and Resolutions : Mr. Edwards: presented a Preamble and [Resolution on the mittee i arose, and Mr Filz patrick, ciuirurm thcrenf-''n.

appointed; to that otlice during tao recess of tho Legislative : :portions?,of Florida river ,Ocilla and also runs in through Iwo Counties one of the of the most State fertile subject til to- of a Senate-which was read. and laid on the table! un- progress, and asked (leave tu sit: again; whichrex[ waS lg 1
to by the House.A '
I nominate John McLemore, A. R,, Murray, Robert Georgia of;said but river in consequence, at and above of the the obstructions" to the;' navigation the Mr. Putnam, !from the committee on Enrolled Bills/ -Re- !bill entitled an act to enable married women,trJe tn co:' 1}

Gamble! \ ported as correctly Enrolled, "An act to divorce Elizabeth their real estate inheritance -jtr.iiti rt.JtI. and>> ,
jr. A. F. I Holmes, Joseph>> McCant*, of JeftVrson public lands contiguous to aid river are rendered of much less!' I L'pfegrove Green : was: and p f
value and Upte!rrnvc. An act to revive and be engrossed t far a third reading on to-morrow\ *
County to be appraisers in the Union Bank of Flo/ida than they would be, were such obslruclions removed, and urnend an Act, entitled Act ",
an to incorporate the Town ordcrnd.
of copies .
they having been the ; in consequence, a great portion of the has been 'unsold were .
appointed during reds the Legislative same, Monticello in Jefferson ." And "An several acts inrelation I turre}
and remains the counly : art, to repeal an A bill entitled on act, to amend the
Council., I also nominate M. C. Livingston an settlement yet property of the United t3tet: and whereas Act. entitled an Act, to incorporate the City of Key West ; to Jtisiices of the Pe.iceas again re'iJ, and t .I.s
appraiser for Madison to in growlh, and irosperity ol'the Territory j is wliich-were signed the President. nest; .sr
County supply a vacancy said thereby! greatly retarded by to be engrossed for a third reading on M> Jay
county; und.lti irt. Livingston: and Jno. Miller of said county river, by an Engineer of:the and United whereas, upon a nurvey of said Mr. Bellamy, from the committee on the State of the Territory written copies; were ordered. y jI

,, who were appointed in the recess. Engineer Department Washington States it,has now been or eslimatedthat file in the to whom was referred a letter from J. L. Sullivan! upon A bill, entitled an ac to) make permanent the CJII' I!;

JOHN II EATON. the obstruction, at the Natural' Bridge, could be removed the subject of appointing a civil Engineer: for the Territory of ,Madison county, and f for oilier! piirptist"', waJ: agaUl

Which was read, and thereupon on motion of Mr. Blount, by the judicious expenditure of ten thousand dollars : And the lo'lorida-Ueported comrnillee'be unfavourably: on said letterand moved that and ordered fra third readingon t.i.morrmv. hf j I
discharged from further consideration of .A Preamble and lie 'olutiol1 ntlereil I
the > on yesterday
whereas in : iJ'
the House went' into session thereon and consequence of the General Government the :
consented being matter ; which ofIr..
report vas agreed to by the House, and said Edward was again read, and 1 on motion
to and confirmed the nominations the 'n contained principal proprietor of the property which will! he benefited: by committee discharged.Mr. : the table till to r
t when the door was again opened. said work, it is considered for that Congress t should make the necessary Braden, from the select committee, to whom was A bill, entitled an act to authorize Jamiti Stewart' toy tatBridge o

4 Mr. Fitzpatrick notice heretofore appropriation the same And whereas, the peopleof the, 1 r'lition of James Stewart-Reportt"d hill the Ocklocknee: river afjain re:ad'
pursuant to given, this Territory memorialized { a entitled across was 1
Congress at its session of 1831 o0row.
asked and obtained leave to introduce a bill entitled "An for such aid, the same being transmitted to the from, "An act tu auth' rise James Stewart: to built! a Bridge across motion of Mr. Braden, ordered for a third reading r
Delegate the Orklocknee
which ordered
Act to prevent any person in.this Territory from curryingarms Florida fur presentation ; and as it i is highly! important :o thecitizens cond reading nn to morrow.; was read, and a se- An. bill entitled 0 any. pxn'I' ,
secretly," which on his motion hy the till resident contiguous to said river, that such lmprDvementa Mr. Putnam on eiirros.seil an act to "oas trail. Il le ate
offered the
yesterday, Preamble and Reso tins Territory froth carrying anna secretly,
and ordered lor the second reading on Monday+ next. in the navigaliun should be made as early as possible; lutions following: tune Tiie and ;being required l iier i ire 'paw I it 1
On motion of Mr. Brown, the vote on the bill entitled Florida Be it therefore Resolved! By the Legislative Council of WHEREAS, It is important in all new and growing : Messrs= L.arul yeas 131t,IIHVS oat, were as t follows: Yeas: W r.Messrs. p tJII
that the .
An Act to provide for the partition of real and personal] Delegate iti Congress, from said Territory, be and especially under a Republican I GOoernment'V1ich: is based Bet lame B.oiint Downing; Du Post, FZIrln +
requested lo his
property in the Courts of Law and Equity in this Territory the session use of efforts to have such appropriation the rft : made at I upon the general intelligence and virtue of the community, to ginbotham, H llter.l.o"c1cNt'i! ;Mitchell,.\ tht
present Congress and that Chief Clerk forward 1
provide the .
education the rising generation And Putnam Smith, Walker and wVuotl,17-S qs .
by which the Houie concurred with the report of forthwilh, this Preamble and these Resolutions him. : where DSo f O ti
to as, Florida is almost and -r
"v* the committee of the whole, was reconsidered, and said And be it l further Resolved, That the'Pcesideut .t"the( Coun for that entirely destitute of he necessary means den, Brown, Duval, Ed.vards, MMCOM, WcjJ .as atto
purpose, on account of the sterility of a considerable the said bill i is passed. Ordered that the tittlestated.
bill is recommittal to said committee and made orderof | forward another thereof the
i au copy Delegation in CoiTgres portion of the sixteenth sections, which have been for ;
i&i the day for Monday next. from the State of Georgia, and respectfully call their attention the support of schools, and of: a large portion of the counties HOUS.C then adjourned tinlil to.morrow 11 0 cJotkorhe
I to, and solicit their aid "in of suchmeasure. 1th
Mr. Duval gave notice that he will, on'some future day' support having been granted out to prIvate individuals by the British
r introduce'a bill I to be entitled "An Act Which were read and on his motion. (the rule being waived) and Spanish Governments before its Cap- F1o '
transfer Castle
s more effectually they were adopted. to the United ISLAND OF CUBA -Bv. the !Moro tbave.. 1
prevent breaches! of trust, and for other purposes." Mr. offered the Stales, without any reservation of School Lands: editors of the New York Mercantile Advertiser Il
Bellamy following Resolutions: And whereas, also, owing lo the great extent and conforms. their of Havana to the 14th ult. TheHard t
f: Mr. Parish presented resolution, which was read, Resolved. That the members of the Legislative Council, lion of flC 1 paper o i
.. are, and necessarily must be, a from British ; U>e emanct
and laid the table until entertain deep of : Cruing
on a sense the many obligations of the |people of fractional
many townships in this ainougpulation
; j On motion of Mr. Love, a bill entitled u An Act to Florida, to His Excellency: Wm. P. Duval late Governor of less than sixteen sections-each of which have Territory no School, containing} Lands. slaves, had of the pnidnced Island( of some Cuba excitement, but General ,rllc! G",' Zr'W lalad

revive tin' Act to provide for the collection of Judgements the Territory, for his long and faithful J services, his integrity of Resolved, therefore, bv the Governor and Legislative Coun of the Island, had: taken energetic measures tn keel <
free and other therein named purpose, and his devotion to the interest and welfare of the cit of Te-ritory of Florida i That pec1ple.Hls.Exc l t' 1 b
against negroes persons ou- Delegate in Congress the shve and the free colored I
was, .referred to the Judiciary Committee.A Territory. be requested to use his exertions to procure the passage of a declares that however liberal the system suedk dJ..
Resolved! That the President phcltv away h
of the Legislative Council be I law the of i
authorising selection in Island
such manner as the Governor with regard to
bill entitled *An Act to provide for the establishmentand th
requested to Communicate the foregoing Resolution to his Excellency and Legislative Council fthall couutr.V Usf 11
direct other lands ,
in place of made fi Ir
on II
orgnniwU'ion of the Spring Grovo Guards, was again VYro. Pr Duval with Uie individual kind b
greetings of,\such sixteenth! eeclieaa as shall prove to be of little, or AO value, further Uun ta prevent the importation oi save

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Iil ---Th---- any th is false honest and man has been mislead story to and the coutrter.deceived by Ie granted Sec. 2 to And the be said it railroad further enacted That the there be which they had inspired, that he 1 could get
FLORIDI4W : gratuitous company
ilu lem t hint read the Treasury imputation eslimate.-of corruption, which! the said road shall passed thirty feet on each over ly any one lo assist him. He spent three

I It ember the ma71 who to his him Fesi de of the same; and the said company shall have the on the coast trying to catch the Justice,

> LUa.mA""mB i nas told a hundred that I assisted promote in own interest, privilege of using the timber on the public I Ian is for still at large.These .

'81C the Treasury $10,000 for obtaining from one hundred yards on each side of said railroad in infamous wretches used
Messrs. Call and Allen for the to lie in
-. ThANUARY81. their support, which I never and repair of said road. # coasting vessels hoist decoy lights .
erptcled or thwf\l of. : Sec. 3. And be it further at -.
.1'Jtoo I am yours, JOS. M. WHITE. 1 be, and is enacted That there shall the shore, to ensnare vessels passing and -
eived copies of two bills intnxluby granted to the said railroad I sing: and it in this their
JtooIt have ICabycoI. company, ten acres of land the way, cargoes
at of n Bostonii
One allowing the clerks' ofT Ertrartfrom the Treasury Estimate. Maries and junction the St. I their crews murdered.
|. While. In Waculla rivers Thepirates would
page 1-1st Item.C (the point where the
It0. rat district and superior courts in Flori- A gent, tc. under the act For allowance'to Law road UTtnuiaiev with the exception of such portions the morning with their spy glasses look l : Key West
the cve o f private providing for the settlement as shall be actually; improved by individuals j! wr cks. As soon as they saw one --b.
and compensation for their at- Land Claims in Florida iu and now they
mfet'S their
a3the l } gt n.ciem1" (it should be, including I IThIS occupation. notify thesquire; he would comedown 1)a m N" Y..
0..t their respective courts, as has beenarndlDficere arrearages.) on the beach
on Item is imposed as follows ; his scouts would tell the

allowed to the clerk of the Court of Ap- Law Agent . . . .:. 81550. ."LIVERPOOL, Dec. 16.-The accounts re the st..ndedshlD that if he wanted to from Charles.

lee : The other, establishing! a new JudicialInrict : Assistant Counsel. . . 2,500. c tvt'd yesterday from New Orleans to the 8th protest, there was a justice of the peace N. 2

'. extend from the Apalachicola river to I District.AIorncy. . . .-. 1,500.: : N ov. are understood to be more favorable as to hand. In this way the latter would Orteanz,,

to I $5 550 the crop, the weather! having been very fiuc and cargo the vessel had, and tell his ol seamen nt&
understand that} the} gang
flz. the Ch ac tawhtchf c. We Arrears due Dis't. Att'y. (T. ) M the picking' still going on. As our market had! and in the nitrht! they would be sure to ; !! Boy M'Khmj

* f .t .-. on the Judiciary, instructed 1 their} C.lalr.ClItlml t i Arrears Douglas) prior to Jan. 1, 1833 i ?-*'' previously! been flat.'jt1j Jinle, doing, these ac- J' the vessel. They have e\en heen known : assenge, M:,.

: nM report against the latter bill In conseciirnce I for 1th qr. 1833. . 375. counts' (with newspaper estimates of a crop of the budgets clothes! away, by force, Council, an4

n- however, of the} explanations! and arpu- .I 3 1,305 1,:250 to 1,300,000 bales,) lias, rendered hoidets! ; Passengers: that were saved from the

' S more willing to sell; there has beentno little 'I l latterly; they have: become

.he.nt It'D?IS oflurJletC, the committee airreed to re- $3,875.We _. : toa .
CiOSlUl'r' tile instruction, and finally left the hill oLIamI shortly buy more freely, we shall'have more I day time.Too .

'- as introduced. We understand that it is : publish the following extract from the Journals l, business done, but that will! we think, be freely much praise? cannet be given to ,w Yo.k, wits

rtfro sncertiiti when thn hill will be acted on, as there I of the 23J Congress, to show that the Act repealing met! by the sellers; and if these more l favorable! adVIces I ton for his activity and intrepidity, and we for New Ot. -

several pperial orders, including 1 the J navy I the law of this Territory, imposing a tax on if are confirmed, we shah go a little lower, but that the Stale will now be rid of such a set '-
.edI. |re n-hich will have, the; precedence. The coinS the property originated with the Virginia delegation, not opinion again prevail tHat vour crops will K-a-i and heartless rascals. Before the York, with 'f '

bill m compliance with. exceed 1,200,000, we'shail then probaly; keep an olfer was made to him from tie! : .
Ik.In and Means intended to call theippmpriilion petition from citizens of that firm. -
iftPeof Ways tip : S tate. The public will be Uplands of f the new crop of some "of I tne (throngi'i; a mediator) to pay whatever the :1rleston' with :":
now able to sec how unjustly best -
hill the 21st inst. Col.Vtiite I !
on shipments are ottered, rance Company
!, our delegate lias been : ti-ilay at lOd. Our claimed: and to restore

flit* up a hill one hundred acres nf land !I The law wa, in fact, unconstitutional blamed in this and matter.the tax stock lias increased from I-!aooo to 150,000 bag plunder but this, of caurse was rejected. = '._

Inti1 ilk termination of our Rnil Road at St. Marks; on the slaves! of non-residents ; Corfcsp ndencc of th; Jo'ir.ial of CYm urce. .
impolitic, as we be VERY LATE z'. to ;
FROM JAMAICA. me Llth- ;
itS committee of the iSenate on'v inserted lieve all will b'-- LONDON Dec. 1i.- The gre.u demand for< Cot '1 !
hilt, Ihe! ready to acknowledge who have hadto ton, wui h jj.evai.ed By the arrival at Philadelphia, of the IrJ l li tle. hefor- the "
during the lasi
h. and
> jf-j acres, over which the road passes, timber, fee. payne hundred and fifty dollars per annum for whichjp..raiing on a smal. tock, iuluued! mon dI1.\d,aice C apt. Milton, tiles of the Kingston Tallabausec, :
hired sen'anlsJ besides food and clothing !! ol near.y ld per !pound, haa t-oiisidera.i.y abated: :, the ii3tb uit. have been received. lIl1tbc right, ti'
; I
. ti. We thought, the mistake nf MivWvatt! about To the Congresi of t >c Unil'd States. and a decline on ihepre-'iimsadvan e of about 4 ::a The great ma'tcr speculation, i is the i I a the Ntgro "-i

aleen. BillinFT'te, ton tOld to he Rtwilt, but it is nor The Memorial of Jain- M. Garne.t, Muscoe Gare oeen\' ,the to disturb con equcl'ce. b'.iou.J: : n thing "-ccar. how- of the apprentices, the late slaves; and writ on.a 11. f\vour pro- .1

tetter than was made by several who volunteered) j jto nett, and Maria Ga-nett, ol' Essex County; Virginia, peace j oi Europe ihe, we currency t-on fa deii oi ihj t u' l1lry.the and: the question the Govenor and Legislature of ,vnllll1 the I .
' respectfully tibuweth-Thtt: your Memorialist will r.y expect and are clearly at issue. MarshaL ,
'tftkl'd| sethimrJglIt.} are revive m the .
ti owners of a uu-iibcr of slaves in East Florida: that from the United .Sta-es prin, Oar suj>:>hesnex' year A commit tee of the legislature has had .
will oS
We unrJtrc-f1nr l .hit! "'1'\tlur motion *ill he made several they removed 'hem froz1Tlrgenia full to that Territory the same as this-our supplies, we from supp.tse.F. pt,b-Brazils nearly, examination I large number of property '
years n of their
ago .
being India aslo thc effects of
' ; \ the of Forbes & Co. on nrrount of tf'd from all and protec- coiiaiderab y more this year. Iu the mean the new apprentice Sale. .
cave paruai .
'vi.Ml ,tl'1fi1\Ile unjust taxation by tha part time, the SIOCKS of Co ton w.ll be low. set-ins to be tile opinion, that under some j,
of very I .
the .Ir. nCIInOll.he! :: U. ?. acut at C'lhT \( our Coasti ution which g.-.aran'.ces:: lo the citizens Lie jP Lot, j in which

or. further d 'l.y.ip permuted. wi'I lie unjust totheoKiimnwani of tack State all hc printtga an ifllmnni'its of citi Jrum liit AVtr York 1'ransripr. management but under system might have : will be sold at '\.
existing circumstance "
zen* in the strtra' Statrs arM thai *, there the
to hiih.
>tn- '! 111'1 rim ntal to :he T'ru1try.'e, bfliovrthnt :: at leas:, from retrospective; exactionBut they were .Ife if LARGE GANG OF PIRATES .{'JKEX UP. lit success, and the cultivation of : t.h b.zlance in

ct"'n the srtlfi-s on the Urn! me now anxious for Territories could; 1 lo! what States are plainly as and Huntington, one of our m >st ao ive police oilicers, be given u,). with interest .J

of the matter.COTTOX positively prohibited from doing has ben lor the last fortnight engaged m I'hc Legislature memorial Auct.' ..
1I1 adcciii the Flond Ilegiso and icrreiin ; sent a r. : ;
lature has nflt only! imposed a Territorial ol ten ut arresuug the membe.s of me of tu-iivjst the Governor io appoint special ju..iccs,' or | ( ) :
dollars a head on all the slaves extensive gang-s of land pirates tha- ever infested "
The latest r of non-rc-dents U. te m-jgisiraiea, to aid 1:1 preserving the >cace ; ; J
onlay rI1Irom Liverpool & 1'\\ Slates. |
"hi 'Ii shall} tliTfb- hired simple tacts of hc .
out, without an referenco ; case =:re the 'sir,lUl''<1lm, <; in the pre nf ('ottnf\. pnt-hirci! by thef : the amount fur wh cii they may hire ;} bu- amx." About two mouths since, th James Fisher, bjand such reply his excellency Illl'utllm I ,' .... :1-

Ers of ti'! <* junnfi-'turcrs, in,l speculators. Priorj j! 1J'JtJ'ac'i' was given tw this enactment by app.ying; it !hence tor Pniladephia: and lad-jn with crockery. appointments might be cun&diTcd: m : I :' '. of ,
act; to slaves lured! (but severalveks, stll.s, calicoes, iiiuvins, &c. to th; vauie ot sitiou to tiii instruction I from Lie Colonial! I J --"
uefore of 183
imtr airrr! J..J\ flAn a rent to ". rpn and a half inV the law was f .OI: nearly I ,.f.w- -
\\-.n ..stilvJii, .-h was thca:e, at firs, witu th:- slaves of 1 was cast away on the beach of Barnga. ment. He refccred to the evi lencc given 4HARt. .;
,... > fll h-H'l'S scorn to t be confident! Uovvcvtr.thiuiie your uviT.unalKs. A further provision in the same, Inlet, Munmouth, county, New Jersey. The nigh! till coni.iuttce as omtr.idicio.-y. TT.c : r [ i,

.lilt'l ,!.idme is only tr-tunor.ay. or p'-rlnps another IftW. subjec's .iiiy nonreideuit'o alter, she was cast ashore, she was !boarded by a g-'iig i-j very severe upon the Governor, :and \ l'
t: ..1'av-.s, laalllllY !.e sl..d in the Temiory, to another l ine hundred i iuud pirates, who carried orIhe tl.Itik the endeavors of tiii Hui;i: ti :i

Tile wral.r. iLe ] 'of the! f; tavif fif 'tn dollars; cncii. whule uf her cargo in smalt boatsand \tas it new is uJJ1:1: bt t I. t.iat ; i informed
liS". ( j\" : nry pjut 1Jrc-:t'I1' unavailing : pa er of ;) -
'.. i i.I' ,5.1 2 ly fO''! Jil i il rlli. .I In I Both"hes.nactinents appear to yo-irm(!in',rialists appears! ) ultimately : creed the tJlJtb m their own it is observed. of Sta- ,
1. Vib: \a a ( < < i. .u. -- i .sjiur ]1' d weliuig lie main land
so mn'ii.'cstiy: to violate, net ) th &lross the bay, leaving
only ? established
..1tlnlui I r l' ctfltetit1&c1'hcrnofl.Li-' Oirf'S beV. 1'1'0iOl1S and the ship wher she "Ti; : efforts of the colonist are pa raliset] :
t" fry Kuataiitocbof. OUt Coiisti uiion, but the ? now is, on the shore. She was I Suwarnec
piauies priucii -
.. ter.1 If'. justice and goo t [al' :' your ine.numlists not injured. at every' turn 'instructions arc flung into .I ) '4

JU':I c rely!: on y. ur H )rae' Body for i.niiiediater TwvCCKS afer the wreck of th* Jimes Fi>her. ces, thus adding intuit lo injury. I'hu f-morn-f. '
d t-f from on'ircssion. the .v-hr Henry Fran;-din was stranded: the tions of the Colonial Oliice of; om
In to.r All which is same are mere .
!'. Wiv.iB\ *f Georgia, Juts: bocn nominated! > r-sn-ict- :: ready con ,
'nlt'11dr'r iyIVsilr fully submitted. J AIES1. liARNETT plac1 She wab.mid fro a Boston to Pailade.;-hi:1 to tne tl'an the snfcty 01! the Island of !lills !
: >' ..t to l h. JjJlt; uf the SupiOfac Cylirt o? and was 1.>a l"d with 01..tlec barr .
bags Is of
M17SCOE G A R N ET T, Mak1 is the ullSyerthe Governor should : $25 00
ili U': sau -L(!. ere:, &.e. T.iisvssel was insured at the Unit .d
H. GARNET aid ( : .
" !"I 1'. lurncd, not spoken about 'co tlp .
:.States _
and the Convn .nwei'.th: IiiMirance Oilier
l lie Assembly! has manifested!
M r. Williams,from the Committee the Boston; and the cap-am made his protest, stating the repeatedly .
on Territories .
' FOR TIlE FL03IDIAN.OTEMIMil.V utsi desire to but their otL'rs .
r.. iade the iulJvwil1 circumt ces of 'he wreck, &c. to me Justice! of the co openiic;
, t. 0 MOJIESlh !: REPORT P ea.e 'Vii ham P.att, E q : hv ng dose nyand told! ojcr.uiou havettcen rejected with scorn I.! :ii : ,

I't'IlK. 1r.lli! !il fmnt-r arc chau ed 1 a-ul: the lattrH t1dJJIoi- : turn wh II Ins cargo consisted of. The n ght after, and insult !PIn J

.; I Ttuh ihay iciiaiiily t.f cal''e'! tli-. a -e of imcii 'F ce Coinnit'cr on the Tir it rifs, to whom trot r'( T't. aboqt one hundred of ihe.e piratcs partially dis- bt. Jag on the 21st of November,

{ ; Tt bcih ;i. )politics and iviuj I'ioralfn'- d ?!-e Men-' rial oj Jar Af (;"r irlt, .'. Carlirtt, gait ui.'d, and withluckened faces; boar-led tiies.ran- convicted ol insurorihiuIaiiOui anti l : do.

ot J h\ Wyati, m l1s: last ca' n .tiust our lt-l- :. Maria Gacll. of Essex Cuunty, Virginia, tied vys-el whi.e the Captain was on hore, ordered t\vaids tHeir employers, were taken lo the .
f.-nt '.a- 111,1'tcau! i fully r p rt: the to leave her, 'hreatened tile with death
'''1 : fXfinj\ it e : th.- fact, in kel place and publicly whipped under the .
'' .!ta atviTis Max.iiu: in Mini! ii j'l very great' in The Inemoria'.y' nllege] 'hat they arc the owners if they interf red, drove them off orced the hatches! tion the I c-

1 I1 nt ui:.. The1: j jjroiriin! i.ced lijs s< uihble of a number 01! si..ves, removedeven.l years ag.- open and carried oil 71 Dags of coi'ee! [va'ue: S 7b8iOj oi special magistrate.A ; [
v.'iith s lauJcs proln: '!f. I "r..,: :ted against;enter- I j'j'i Virginia to lilc tel' lun' of FJoi ida. that the ] and .::5 barrels; Mackerel [vaiueI3 73.J The motion was about t.i b'." made: to Petiti

I Vian' :r: ::1I1.J private jvr "ia.! ties," t nf."- 'it' j ii ul h... Lc-gi i>la'ure of said Terriioiv" ; % mate went and told the captain what was going on liiug to repeal the non intercourse act .
imposed a tax lit ; !(
'h. ... ,, __ __._ _._ ., __ I .._ -
ro *
.. t dollars a : .. n" t 1 S '
u lie 11.J. 0
I 'tIa"J.p> < h ample horn'.it the! Territory iu > U uic>.u-ui>, ; ? J. .
with them arms for the av: ol the wuhaa Al Babtisi Ah'oot was !
d"ra.1" jT WUl'llsJ) O most .!lu.ju.SU. : w .:c.i: shah be hired wit wi'hout' r' f l'cnce lo the guard clergyman uauie p'a.[
i b ool\\, I uo'.v a-Jmit vnur superiority in a Bi1i.K'srjate !- amiuut for which said slaves mabe hired: that an i.ecu d'lvcn from the wic k, went down and put a. before tne Legislature to testily, but he l I") i'I":: I J
slop to plun ler. or th. entire aro wouH hav- "
con rovcrsy." Ii(1-' llt.le Tint wrier! | cry si faftu operation; ti\'cn' to this <-nauncut, b taken As refused, and was committal, to prison, '\
?en away. soon a* thf Boston Insu'ance
8 .I Iii! ?a n 'i B. l nte. attained ihe hiLMiev. honur>HliUji h y upp'ying; it to<-'tves .irod out several wee'{, hefure C.maJiies received in.o/mat'on ufthe vas once or twice brought by a writ ol' and offers '

: ; ( .jj'os'ioj.11: ; Must 1l.IM", Ii1t.; '. I Ii! you keep the .asag- of the law, and that: the same: orp rhaps (1 ; the New York robbery. ,> they C' pIUS, t hut as ofit'h returned. .
rrprr> ipaLched an a -ent rj P' )ice jfice.He .
OD .. sold in thc gave powerto
to of
\ unl. and maybe Territory a tax :
e ca" c aim with \
yrca. he \ e uiidersund that unplvasant: [
proceed' as thought an-1 to spend very
IK Hi' tl sleft 4. rim Bi'lmpvirate.'!! O\t"r P1'.ll'flt'IYt I fifteen illars! each. They liicrefore a>k Congress proper any
I for relief. reasonable amount of money in ordor to arrcit the have been received from St. Ann's. The |
1 Hdm
I Ji
.lte finctIf .
ialPr M'f'?1 t .e younger, an-l)"makt-s', the \hjllr him! 11 h-i hiir just tli't> t 1'hf commt'tce are yntisficd: that the memorialists pirates and recover fit ptop rty. Huntm:tp'i' immediately ot'them we nave not yet heard, but it *,

Mil' by in th.'d 'shOv.-s aj pa- t\ are entnleil 10% relief. It i is cvuainry agai't the started on the s-en and beiore nisht he Uiai they were considered of such
stepmas; I&an
led M.. retd.Tv, i i- a fish market in Lon- I: pjlicv of the United! States, a; wed: as the dic'ate arre was then one on btardhk of the ringlca slop Jers, 'heNi.'Vx'Jerse, C p1. llul-.hart. of, Bar who. the governor as *o require him to dispatch -

4 'n. 'ttdthlllri.1U"i f.r: the 1'J31Jrrilfth wsmeu who j of common: justice, to allow. any territorial: L geslatuic in he North. ,jre5s with orders. Itap'pearslo; us quite J
naatj lying : River. After: he hail l ;od-
i' :'t..:1! it-. nd is sntii'.iiK'S: tivil:. by p luiriaas for i I to ,--x the property: u: non-re.'l lents higher than geil the cap am in our B.-utewell, i.e sought 'Hit and thai lne Execnitve has received !: '

I.IIIY.101V., f'U'lit-r'. :. ,: .. rroin whvnre! n.j doubt, h? c<.> sfitf r I the.4 property of resident fi'uens.h. seun.d! t\vj siilorIlaltjmh: Everin ham and .'nother from tie: (JotouinlOlficc-,1101 to adopt; any $ I for sate at
e I J' H n''. as he tlJ! !\>, a ma'i, d i her of Jiin'.rjt j'j'ih. The pr"uvi mary a.t 'iity appointed. under th? > who were alsojncericd or until blood be actually I "
I R plunder ng tiLe1tnrc vigorous meu-suses, |
or ino.-Jorn da;*". H- mi..h' wthhe oct of -.Vil !1.'lnnn., 1H13, having PD.' .(,1 a-i .linanf.eprovulm .
I Fra.iklin. .
of .
H th *n procured a wa: rant from Be tins as it the day;:
od ; foi- the naturalization; of the inhabi- may .
rJ i ''f.eU'. np'. ":'nifv' any other town or pa! >,-(. | ; B.t tf
Judge I) e.npowvr him to rem-'V.? them to N. and ministers will compelled
aid .
1 hiil"' 'hMi to'bornxv Jack : ti.nts of Florida, the! City Council ofS. Augus- proaching,
: .<>r Van
Downing 1 Jcr.- and to have t. ell tried :in the U. S. circuit acknowl-
| er .
} J oid the demands of the colonists.Since
ub. bavin ceitain to
.lOll u1rL i: *; .e t \ holt a J 1-itdeeper! iu the t ? impose by nanc : taxes upon
piciuris. j ji.tiij ihcre. and he lodged them safely in ''he Newarl. gaol.i [ he has
er:: 1.. \Ontn" f. t1Jler. I tIC! inhabitants, ai act of Conzrtss v.'as passed on writing the I foregoing we have lv'' :
I :i It! is h re woithy o': notice !that uie-irv .wenty Bar- 1 on his part c
UnIt' he ;'h of M 1--: Tcpe'\ing-lwtI1: ordinances and estates
ris i ".It k p close t: s'ir I I1..111 y nl.ial'c, els were lying ill the N'or River, co! :e to J formed that lie apprentices on two ; ) general.
.he execution See
7th vol. LavsU.
(' Lare.' one re-itare unking penal. ( Ann's of them named Windsor have
eK'is many more. lhe New Jersey at the time ol Hu --liart' ; arrest; and (one G.I1.I..
Tt"i< c nn utjiji \- "11",.h to A-e! .,unic liue! plea-u eii' .I S. page 09! chnp. SO.) they all set sail, !'c.'t: ;hcity t-.c samcnigl.t, and havenot'bcen. work and are at this moment! a slate of
hs I The cuim.iiucelh: nk Conirrccs should
ml D. '>"i< man'f IiuW always protect what li
n m-Uiufaruo: : inBily htrdJf since I li on. ShjuiKI Ihis- be the case, in ; ;
**t 1 the property of th" citizen ; of the United ates .
B-i-l-i-ia-gs-tjate. U- The of the of of Jamaica '.'
era'am< _______ ____ t when sub cred to the np' rat t>n of unjust l i'i-1a.iuut! scene robbery, and the residence? Wie unltftunate inhabitants
the pirates, not bcin ; wi bin ih- Jnridic.ilt of our h line of conduct pursued by the : t : owners'apd
. : 110's- .ta'ircs. Dec 20u I l bv tlie territur al Glln rnmenls. In the case above
fRrprw 1931. Alabama
police, H'icting'on next appli.-d ti Garrett D Wall, with
I the
tiinH. DtvH: r-lVrml; to. that pri- ciple of protection is ass rtru When we reflect upon dangers wili
\ Sin I ( u an set of jus-ice to the j.nv''i<- n.lIll(I | E to and mi-tamed! in practi' hue: sain- practice now wo are threatened, and
r :41IS) an-v.I'I, I .' ;; : .
in t..t n { tlu- p-iMicrion Sciiator: ] Jersey, for him to issue pr'ce"" asjainst: the off nd- '
I s"i.'> Iftter. Mr. Wyntt to ins iv! his; sia.ulfs: and'! K-r that jtti.pusc he committee: herewith! reran a L in : pa ties. Having procured tli--se, Huntington and lamentable stale of lhe country has .p : l from day

!lQ tn., itir! '.- hoit; the 1'1'fI'lt'turv, aj-c't: to b' icvc I i bi:! toot Gen. Darcy, Ma :hal ot New J ".eYI al--ng l Iv been submitted to the consideration ot : I be one fourth

a 1tjk I n"11cl hini to tu: I'revidcntvhi -Ii tiC d-\I with him-applied t-) Mr. Sxvartwont, the collector: cellency the Governorthat herlras been in jprelre
JII-d hl I. 1f at th i HOL-SB or Rr.rsr n\TATUT.s, Jan. 8 h, 1933. of this l tor the I our Assembly io ( ; ,
1\11 t'Ian.I, very ar fully sav port, re..enue.schr. Alert, Cant. Gold-,r 1 1which JV advised, nay, urgeJ.hy j I pioperty
hd 't fItll (> .. 1 OMr .Str.-I sendy-'J to-day two bilk, which I I[ t l clear and in-
< it it. Bui n )w WUlIli rnVrns5f was placed und'T his direction, and ;c also tuu'pl.'ved only means hv vvlfcli the island might j I
I Iliii k'T au HOW'H! ieves it ul! the an Jutnty; of this I! nave pro tired to bo l 'introduced in the Senate, for' c Cat. H-nrv chcnck, with his vessel, to, I I saved from impending ruin! and ;perceive I t I situated in
: I i-i Florida. The Rail Road Bi'lave
--r. THIS Itttcr pu's douu another (:a!. mny inr rovcme' ts aiJ u inarresting diP rofhers. They -ailcll from here,.I Excellency is still, even at the eleventh hour I! upon the
. 2.stLe Treasury: 'estnnnte pu: to rest the (ball! "..i: i j n. I dr 'wit) but the committ-e only granted: what and mel one of the pirates, Cart Edward Warn-: .' on a hi'hor
I the :
'. xvill! find in the bilL The other bill I have parently: deaf and callous to ,
t't got .
iU III \e ha.inr bt UM-it in /Jff mb!r, an i Gen. you \\ i"'Jll. wIt" wa> coming to New York in his ''e:01'5elwith L 1 e water
II li' : <.tl.1l\,1| here mi\t>'-r'. I n-n up, wi Ji such report as I could procure, to be a load of wood. They arrested him and proceeded I and advice pf those who value their k is just-

, \v.1p YuLlrs, j. M. WHITE. |I II I\ undo in their favo-.r from the Engineers, and Quarter up to the inl'Jt ; they surr.mnded 'he '.Iea.h: ,p :J propcrtv, we cannot but deplore whatever JI1 l spot oa

leCi'' Mater General. and Hunting proceeded to Ihe tav-rn of Air. Jno. ( c cellenrv's secret instructions may be, and It sur
!: The b.iI appropriates SI 50V) for thorough repairof The old had made his but Jamaica lor we have every dr of land
' ul: W.'hi,::'on, Die. 211l. 1631. Allen sen. man ( escape I. ) never came to lying
Jilt the Roal from St. Augus.ine to Pcnsacola, was he his three Isaac and Abraham I and Cowikcc
agitt M. WHIT!, FSQ--Tha. I ever saw : in the arrcs'e.l sf ns, J. hn I I Salt OIl to f ftar, that the apprehensions
yoi laid the table a: ihe last session because there
on trade for
1'T'tseflcc Of Pre lJ-n pirates ; he searched the house and f-unJ goods and by the Assembly are nON
> J'kMn, i is not with'iu; expressed
rav r"colle other impovemcnts ill the stfitcs in it whi-.h of''
tlOn were whiHi! ha knew to have formed part of the cargo were up
r belicf-
I certain lhat l ila\'e : of realized.
am being
Coa '' been orcveti- very : !I were suppose to 1C\'ove.a! Constitutional (jUelion. the James Fisher, for he h ul been on to :Phil -delphia eve shipped (torn
hebeen nd at any convcr.-ati..n which may I will endeavour to put this item out of lad company r, to obtain the private marks from the rner-'hants who beleiv-

Grin y* h'. wan-nrai, helwsen' you and President Jackson, I an 1 have it passed. owned th He next arrested Reuben Grant, Frum the Petersburg Virginia Intflligtllcre bales
n. I have heard I .
you 1 am truly, PETERSBURG
e any yours another tavern keeper on he bea-'h. in whose: househ this quantity
represeuiatioiisio Presideni Jarkson, or to JOS. WHITE.. in the N. Y. Journal of ;
roc, 1V ether j also found irods 'hat w 're stolen from the James the following : There
person, unfcvoraMe to :Ir.Vttt. If
Inlt1I1J Iatnue Has been my Fisher. He then crossed tIC: bay to the main shore, merce, copied trom the Philadelphia Inquirer: that can
', used .o Mr. Wya't, as present at allY A bill for the completion certain improvements and arrested Joseph and Thotnas Bunnell, sons of i.iPORrAN T l-'ACT.-Uur Yankee i Boats can
8hai-0 mjDlcalldn by you, there has been a Prcaliu in Flurid stir themselves in relation to American
: nr tat Or Bnunell, store keeper and farmer, afer this i lie must of the year
5II't >c f''eas' >lire in tl'.iup \'ou this act ofiofts lie il c.iaclcd by the Sew a".House of ."l eprtStnta.I visited the hon e of no less a person than William factures. We have it from the b -st authority s for

.r t.Ot1 requested table m your letter of the iHth, which I titci of the Unite States!*ric.a Congress ai- Pl.itt, Esq. a Justice of the Peace, for the purpose m
Yuur.& my absence.GEO.M. srmbUd That, for the purpose of executing certain arresting him and his son, hut they had fled'; in this s l1in' in this market at a lower rate than I ,and.residing t

I _ BIBB. 1 I internal improvements, herein after designated, in house Hun'ington found some ol the property that tern article can be obtained for, and the I to any t
by1laid I the Territory of Florida, the following hums be, ani LIthe had been plundered from fie Gen. Putnam, wrecked gentlemen are satisfied with their present ;

D 4;f Rrpns.-nialites, Drr. 22rf, I same are hereby, appropria to be paid out of here in 1832: when goods 'o the value of $ 0,00) This yarn i is the produce of slave labour, and >

3ec.ab SIR-1 dij not believe that there was :. res- any money in the Treasury not o'herwise' appropriate were stolen from her. Zeph. Johnson, a p rate in the said tll be equal in all respects to that J "

bi i1 e; or nvible man in al! l- jOritJVIm, had the !f. employtnen1 of th Justice was however arrested New England" The period is not remote w ) Proprietors

in.1 1e belief in the rid'ru'ous' tory of a coalitiyn !I I'th For clearing out the Ochlawaha river from the St. Three of the priso-iers, 'Wainwright and the two proper tariff will be as popular at the south as 4 4north. 5

iit/v Gen. can and w.sell'lor anX Poilicai! object: I''il Jo'mstoGlaMili'sSpjingnear camp King, for tb etransporta.iun Bunnells, were held to bail, by E. E. Boudinot l, Commissioner (
to-s (IiJ.t I hat nj desire or motive fur such an : of provisions and mili-aty stores to of the District Court, who went \vi-h them So much of this article as says that the _

,! i anrll had slJppOsel that our cluaraieru, a s I II I the garrison at that place, as estimated: in me report for that purpis; the others were ironed and put onboard Yarn manufactured m Petersburg, is the "

rsonPn aJa" our pre'iou'r'lation, 'quail' fh .I" such I Quartermaster General, ten thousand dollars. Capt. St-henck'.s schr. to lie sent to Newark to of slave labor" is totally unfounded. The county, '

d itrL.d nDr lllve a letter to-d.I) frum a much es- For opening a road from the head of Pensacolabay await a trial. Cotton Mills in this place employ none but to St. Au.

Cr tnend, l'nquirin 5 with solicitude into the ap- 1 by Pittman'-s ferry, on theChatawhachie river At least two thirds of the inhabitants of that bourtis. Not a pound of Cotton Yarn spun a! ; former place,

,1k atl t eiLent nl.tlon: f.r ''he Co jnsx1 under the act for the sCI-1 to Wcbbvilie: four thousand dollars. district for an extent of four or five miles, are in. Factories is produced by "slave labour 100 oak.and
of. L:1I111 For cominu the of the navigation and Journal of Commerce correct an 170
I Claims-nd cn uirin why I did : improvem-nt : in this dcmoniacle business in which they Inquirer acres
Q', >pose it. I send you the oriujna| csiitnafc from Chatawhachie river from Cedar Bluff to the Big, [plicated have carried which bears the appearance of an intention to is on the
ur 'ou wilt I in Florida according to the of the were led on hva magistrate. They : prejudice against an article of and oat build
I tie\im; 7} s e that f the sum (f$ ,., Spring, report as- an improper
Ien. ta of 4 8'r> was for the Histrirt Attorney of si tant Qutrtermaster charged with ihe superintendence I- on the work of piracy there for year? past; !it has manufacture 1 mill out of re .

n.bc tt1ratc.s Florida' ?Ir Doug'ass: 1,3-25 of which was for j I ot" the removal of obstructions, two thousand been the main slay of the majority; many of them :_ and planta.

; 1 : under a <'olla act made with the Secretary: do'lars.; have grown rich, and bought larms with the proceeds DIED, negroes,

liltl'i 1'reasury. 8l,5'>0 for Col. Alien, and $2>00 For removing obstructions in the Chipola rh'er. of their plunder.-Heads off\mtltes.r..rme In this county, on the 26th inst. Mrs. j orick-
r. \
k. I Virt, and Gep. Call.enquired ; in F.oriia five thousand dollars.A stoe keepers, &c., have, for fear of punishment, SANDHUS, aged 33 years, wife of Captain ; apply to the

I11Iteer and never tne w before the sum I absconded and left their fimilies and property be Sanders.

cry. tit.} I for the assistant Counsel. I only know bill to authorize the construction of a Railroad hind them; hut measures have been taken by --- ,- .

rtCt" i wance the Counsel in the! Superior Court considered upon the public lands, from Tallahassee St. Marks, which they will doubtless all be arrested; for theirnames NOTfCE. _
to Mr. Win i in Florida.
small and1,2
entirely too :
c( f ? Wa ever made in Congress in relation Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Repreicntalivttoflhe and persons are all well known, to the number AT the next [March) term of Leon county
Q of *Cr or Gen. Ca1l' if it had been at anytime United States of Jl-ntrica 'in Cungresi of above a hundred. In fact so uumeroushave administrator on the estate of Geo ge : ccmrnission
cd en, C. the authorities and I I shill may accounts and vouchers for for building a
II lioo and myself were on the worst terms, assembled That the president directors and stockholders they been, that although ( present W. '
oft! Iu "j have moved to increase, and not diminish it. organized in virtue of an act of incorporation a few others not implicated) in the neighborhood I, ment. JOS. for the cooa-' -

l\fe.1 ad i? \ .i,01 c:iar5ed wi'h a coalition with Col. Alien: (rom the Governor and Legislative Council of knew of their piratical proceedingsthey were absolutely Jan. 31-25--6t for*.

I VLLnose to who calumniated me on this subject, the Territory of Florida be, and they are hereby, afraid to give information, or to molest NOTICE. Mooueello.. ,-

r a \ know| jwiy I did not move to strike out the authorized, to construct said road upon the public them for fear of being murdered or ourni in theirdwellings public arc informed, that there is no
dt .gent, I have only to say that although it was lauds of the United States, so far as the line of said: at night and when Huntington started THE m business existing between Blaj. '
"1tB tid 1.: 'ce by COngtCSS1 the President continued,%nd road has been or shall be made to pass through! the ; that and the subscriber. R H. '
m them the general impression was Wyatt
"I ut of th. xarxellaneous fond and would same, from Tallahassee to St. Marks, in said Ter ui arrest ,
It ,
Jan 2Gl835. ((25-3w
l&ut. ritory. i he would not return alive; and such was. the dread S

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NOTICE. Rail persons indebted to the Estate of JAMES just .re ei'rN from New Orleans and New' TOJVJC JIIXTuj

n Law partnership formerly) existing between HANDS \ to work on the Tallahassee Persons baring ALL deed. will come mid make pay.ment HAS: a general assortment of GOODS usually AXD R t

John P. Booth and James D. Westcott Jr. hath for the ensuing year. call on either ot to. PAUL lIAR LEY. I called for at this season. He has the ANTI-COSTIVE

'npisolved by agreement. able bodied hands to hire,will please Jan. 10 22-lf __ Best N York and N OrlH'\nQ Flour; PILLS.
the undersigned, or to Capt. H. F Simmons. or IV rnnst-qiifnce of the attempts which
March, I8S4. BEN CHAIRES NOTICE. Goshen Butter, Western Hams; .:. to impose spurious imitations of S" L J

A CARD. WILLIAM KERR A LL persons having claims against the estate of Mess and prune Pork, ..llm\\.!c .U-b'M.Hsonthe- public;lAeprwrw I

TURBUTT R. BETTON. A. MATIMW HESTER late of GaJ den County are Eastern Potatoes Onions and Chr-we; :1..lJttl on |5, n'res.ily! confining/ the sx'ie qJ' "

Ji.CU D. Werromr Jrino declined a continuance.jn Committee on behalf R..Company. notified them to JAMES_M. GIL- \\rt to as "tlJb.U'lt l agents at are
ut ftLlt1
office. S Attorney nf a-cn-iary for tM n Florida Middle,and Distncl.acceptH ch fty the tbat Comnr 1K might on Tallahassee.! 29th. Dec 1831. 21tf CHRIST my duly authorised ajrent, properly authenticated Sperm Candles family Beef in halt bblJ; Kpty. the rc-Ur,. tmtrnd,. A full 01'h

t. his time ezc2usirelp and .r..utti-r" 10 the practac.e of Packets. -And persons indebted to the estate, are requested Niter Hall Powdri ; edicmes.vilf! <- coasr.intly kept byP& these'
Orleans Atrrnnl"it'
gtr' ; and be inf.inn bit friend* in FlotWa and CIIf'wbe to make immediate payment, us indulgence and Holland Gin wh.w n:1-1' in-! residences are anneXede
hat all business ent"< t"d to bin in thr O>urt fir Ap'e&l'. .In tI4k The schooners LADY ,V A HING- JANE HESTER, Adm'x.GaJsJcn !,-r tr-,V i! dhtinetly unltrslooJ u'f1 th
of tbs Middle Di tnct. -r in the Superiororts & ASH- cannot beg1\.en. 1 Ten by the box ., '. .
Court Imperial
J or the aDd Franklin Coontiei in Wvit PU lda. or t. P. H. SWAIM, W. id Jam-a-y 1S35. [2-2-8\v.] ; 1IJ'If -n 'e fo' t'ie grt'Iiene" or n '
of Jackton the J\GTON M. SWAIM, will run Broun Domestics by th hie: ; toU to
Decatuf and Tli('inr Counti- Georgia win receive i ?__- Capt. ,1J iy rty! ptrsms, except hit C.LikOTi.Ir.ucl
pUld'lal and auHon. attention. resularliirinz the season, every month as Packets, Gerardin fie Way, All kind Cot Nails and Bra-! ; S.viM-His; tnifures r-ave ecn nrde and sold U

KlUtotsee.M5yH.I3MIDISTRICT between New Orleans: and and St. Marks. and rtnm Jer.ible! qua nn<.* .>y two physicians :
Watch Makers and Importers of English HolowYare ; N. Orleans! ; Leon
Dt',. 13th IS31.-lS-6ms rJad.r 1 'n counties, and "
perhaps by others
OF M'ODLF FLORIDA. French Jewelry and Fancy Articles, Brtnslv ,
( Pl'achppJe and ( ,grte ; dnu ,tlr.s. i i-Kiricd fom New \

In the Superior Court. BOOKS & STATIONARY. ..' WAVE nccivrdnt their es- All kinds Shoes by th'* trunk e'8, &c. I h"sp, therf .. uho whh i to procure ork and the eh \"w t.

juts\ M. RET OLDi. J In Assumpsitversus subscriber has received a general assortment .ii: tabiNhncnton! Monroe- lie wish" to Dtr.m a'-l uticI.! rui *>e sire: o j.-itin- (.try from. the ::
THE p'.irrliisCtloi. a
offers to ) -i-\L York :
> STATIOSART, which he \ tv 1 lite arrivals fromew
N Att1.rhmcnt.OTICR :OKS AND ; which COlt fJi.lts.-\lar.ou.! JV I I.?. I".iSM I ; r Th Miwiv! ; .tn'Pll1l'naroent3in' Florida.
TF.rrtEKK. BAIIOS. which are ii" ) !
his o'J customers at reduced prices among large asst'rtmentanlong
}- EBP- k'ns.; Gi-n<*rju Aet-nt
: nt
that process.rtt:1 the Tillahasia/
is given, vi following viz _
: : are :
J. ment has been issued in the above state-l cai-!s". The Token for 1835 ; : i t. Gold and 1 silver ,-atrhrc, Ladies To Ront. K"-r -?-.-rs. Arpntsfor St :. "

j. Term of said CourtTbe Affection's Gift \_ known PUman L'kc J.kmi Jim,. r.-s. 1d d'. Q.'IOCY. ;
nd rnidc returnable to the next ; pc Wato'.ios: Gild' Erring>, on f. C* i _
Defendant and all others concerned. are otfiel Christmas Box ; Ureastnins, ringcrrinss, U'a'i'li THAT.n the II'Iof th) !la"-; IMSy Whilehurst Gntilii ;. ?':, do.! "rka l. r

lof the same, and arc hereby required to apar and The late Novels Chains nnd patent Keys, Gentlemen and l .Ladies iKivini": nn the pro nisesabom fifty ft sixty -i-rr" i n.ltis !h .f chi M"n'icel: !.. )

[plead to the declaration nl d. in ju-toriance >MIU the Guard Chains Shirt Buttons and Studs, pbm and I of open Imiils. Fur fit r,,u,-apply to Geor '- Jr.snn, i'u"nac! \l.x t ?ider, dIllrkstr1lP.n '
And a zrrat variety of subscriber.. I J. F. Potts, do. Ch\t' "..'..'
\nJ prnvied.JAMts
Statute in such case .made rut glass Bojids of evrrv description Ink stands.ilrze l.r J. F. C.lI.1rll'TJIth:1 or t.> "e e.
A. nEt1TTlELOT. rm.lard and Miscellaneous Works; &c. Perfumeries of the Lost qu.ility, patinlPens SARAHviii I I-EHURS, Adm'fx. I .Mil"! Ini Firirn, !). ThonusTi2c.

Talbhassee 2b Oc'.ber. 1 1314.FRRSH It"r\ Sch'.ol and Blank Books. of every description ; Ladies' Boxes of every sic--i Siissirs PorkiMB.M Jin flh, l't1. 2.1 P. W.fJnut-cr.Jr. do.Holmes \ranJnnt.

GROCERIES. Rogers Extra fine Pen-Knives ; I 'ks, J5kct for Ivlies an.! rhildren' al-Baes. i k ;Villi.ins: do. _.aml1he! ..ltuw.JOHV .

InkS, Gluills! Paper, Tape, Scaling-Wix, I I India Rubber Br\c 'rs,Pistos! Percussion Caps, LaokinsGU'ees :h.4 J IX \\ tk-i I\i' r U.Ir, \f'J";. Jton: 'tul nlot to' R. ROWAND.Pmprktor
The "" ,.tcriber bis .;?tf rfceicwi and offers P(.ckct Globes* fur Children! A/c. 4e. &c. &-. r tin Hur.. the: Ciunty >tirt fi. County 01idi'ersrn ? 'Xn\ 1. 1-1. f1.rciI
fjr Letters uf Ail'.aimstraJnn the. Lsrate !
n A BBLS. Flour, The subscriber also informs the public, that his CmccLATiso T"lIhO"'nh'r t 1. I lS1. 'Otf) -
become (GRANDSON Gtotcn, dccc\ ctl. "tOliIlC! & lupping of Cotton.iipr 1
and one can
WV is
10 do. BuckWheat, Llnn&p'T now oren, ny VVM. P. CRAIG.Jan. .
Crackers subscriber on complyin;wiih the terms._ F-.S' 9RUiS.VPS.. 1"r ERR .\. STURGEwilt atr.nd to 'lt&J1d
8 do. Water- .. 1-35. |ll-6c1]
\'ILLIA1YILSO Instruments L )in= C'>. ton:they will also!
Surgical .C. OQ
25 boxes Unions '.. .
November 1st 1334 12-tf ( .it 'n nrrnv.ed to lh"lrre fur shipment
Watches &c.
20 do. Chec, HtVE just receive. a full supply of fresh Jewelry, iirlcct: in le United '-t-ites or elsewhere; alld.irH.c

With an assortment of nil kinds of Groceries fortaie ROWAND'S TONIC MIXTURE DrujT-, Medicines! antI Chemicals. Pure THE t 1 subscriber bas just re- :" e at cither th"ir Stores in Tallahassee or SL

at the lowest c"oIh price PORT 'f," nr/:(-/ : -.cJTKLLK; ir/.vc. r an nJlhl1! 1 supply Marks. Oct. -')". 1931 (8tf)

GEO. U. DEiBERGER. CdSTOR OIL, QULVLVE in bottles! imported *vcialv tor the IIM of the .f VlTCIIE''*, Jr.WELUT, -IL- -
OecruiHer 6.-17tf Also the celebrated RED LI r.ExT" for Rheumatism ,t'\ tEE :rooss. &(. which t he oilers
ick..t'i:1ud & Sj mlrtis]
fee 50 cts. bottle : < superiorMPCTA (!'F 'i :. for salt en his cu.::muy: n-.i-
FLORIDA L.q.1) FOR 8.1 LE. "JASE'S CARMINATIVE BALSAM," an excellent Medicine TING, TRF.mi.viNG, ORorETp.tCH."E, DISSECTING. j.- :L soiirtlte.rrn} ". TEC1li

50 bottle. anti POCKET ISSTRCMEXTS, in cnsrs.STOMACH ,,, : i-.,' tt'l1.
: unler&icncd bavins purchased of General in colic! bowel complaints; fee. as. .. :t.. FI F.DERtC'rTnLE.. _
Tn the to\\"ncipofhnd in Florida,jrran- Dr. STOUSE INFANT DROPS" for bowel complain'.s o Pt-Mrs nnd PIPr.S. Silver Lincets and Ocr: -Idl. 1{'q. (Sf f "_ ). '
r 41Vl* tCf ; United States offoi | 25 cis. bottle. Lancet Ci: rs, and Nurse '1'l1ht's. Sec. .' .> "-r. IiII
: ,
cMrPnf I.Enrt
tf.tlto him by the Congress of the The sij-i'r. r h3'J emp"Yl'l! '':-Jr-:1r i \ ,--,:
\ th\ ? irnc for I'.e. L' Dr. WEAVER'S ETK SALVR $ ETE. ) 25 cts. cacti. An assortment of DRIED HEKBS from the ..1 !:II!1;\1'11! : ni.I rsstircs the ll.I.. 1 ihtt anyv.>: ?tn .. -i .. i..7'' \

This 'nor i is situated in the immediate' WATER,' )STh h3tcrsltn'lng 'vhic'i' are Lemon Balm, Catn'r.1I II j <. rust t '1l1 ..\ !li. line, shall!I be d.t.e "r.''; fl..ii1 :'-\ .:-- :, ..J., e', ._ =

knod of Tallahassee! and is be'ievcd, for fertilifv of Itch Ointment, 37 per box.Do. ".:'. :.. .r. 'l'. s- :: J"

noil, and lo' al "vantages. to lie more valuable than Worm Tea & salve, 2. ct.s. eaco. Thyme Cellery, See.LIMF. I r:3 .kLi ..,
land in the territory. DJ. Tooth :\-he Drops, 25 cts. bottle.ALSO bar '!'I't-t i5.nniis; -." cJ4Le
I other amHir !
any JUICE nn LEMON Svnrp. _, ; :ml" ; ; :. ,..,.
1 'f'he uvnsrnp\d0ns| the "
The Southwestern part offers SPICES nf'erv kin-l-OenMinv INDIA CURRY. I* ,', lcir lit I.--i."ii. T. ; ) "_"." .-.--' .. .
which point to the 9> inz "TilE ROACH &. BED BUG BANE, which an ? t. jv ur ,,'1" '.
>"eity of or Tlhlise St. M rk., a, distance from of ahll\! wentv upi miles! effectual HUMUS clearinghouses, &c. of Roaches and Et1i'ih.Vrf: neb, ami Premie's Soaps anJ P.-rfunierv. ct J". "' fir .alo: I'iw fur r.tsis: :.1 !- a'roll ..., jitni'-tit ; ,."...._....._._;..#.. -S.--, .J.7.. r.-Y''B..- 4..r

port : be made in a short n e-tigs.. MM. 'til'!! '' r.'l"h-atf'1! SMTF. May o:' t' CI.: 1 r.--, c .--.siir. oFuh I '.--'_" "---..'.. "-..."'' '. "j"r'- 'r
.rail road is in contemplation ... -.- or " S iclirromcters! HyJromctcrs: SurarBoiIe r. Thcrm.imcter ivml & Xove's c'.'!"'hrtel} : l\ir and: I NIT PO\VI>EKTHERMOMETERS riiur I (tins! vTiiVPickled crotIictu i _-_--.- -- "Qo._-__z.. ,-"-.-

The navigation; ot the Pf. M.irk? river has be ni rrrcnilv *. with H general assortment nf fr.-!) Darc IlYrmoMF.TKr.s. &.r. ;and Sdis. PW Orl: ano C!: ar, ,;:, 'f _- LJI

iinnrovr!, tot p-Vnit within six miles. y1 1ie Sec. JUM rcc-ivud; bv E. B VKRKIN* E. 11. PE'IKINS.Tallaha fii '.> '(. I .
lit-rrnig. SIJ.lp.[ Li'1".r:1, .r ; .. . .
iPi.T J-.t\! .c !
JBo4rthe's rwirt or the ,to'vnvhip.. which will art.mmjation 'f" Or!. 4. 1'3-1. .p[R6m1)_ <((. Jn'.y Olh 1q34. {.tqlfl] IHeb7FUEca.,
of G.O.: H. LI nr--'I!: ILit : ct4 "il" I. 1' Mvorable ienns, on ul
certain :
and transportation ----- -- -
for a cheap' ? 0 T I C E. Tills 1t n.I.l-r, t: :H. :o' ( I iri.-,; t.. tit- -'1"' .'' > Xi.-.riKjf the Fi-iitectiot .1 hy>
trolure. A LL are lleteby notified, tint the umlcrm. ( i ::" r.' C 'nn, \ cut. In
This 1an,1 will be sold in mrcd to suit those w s'lwjr persons r\npftr..tinuty i.t. ever j ap.hnticuths .
". to rnrchaseon a crcdl from live to ci-ht year 1 signed Administratrix fit DVVID JOM.\"OS, b'( In the C'ii/! Court rf: Leon Comity; ;'d .) ''-.;>' f < *'s \.siue cflhip property: muate

(1 I atf reasonable orices: -tlKj-pwivhin? to purchase will of the .-ounty n" Leon, dc-caic I, the next 'j'J frL"Jri..t' :P-st. Louu. I >tat'll.1.i -'.:i>T'icvidpnce, f-imi .'.cilof -cor.r.c'I.s .
Term of the: "V)urt Ii *-.". 1JW.\:D :1. .IS'.
Spring ( Marchj I t or"trt it'K and the
citli- nf the .inJcrsi'e1 c make application to .
.;jt1 'Yli I .LT\M D. UTTLL, Cr.unt\ to settle tie account of bcr'a-Jmimstntion, .\\'.l't dY). to R. J. 1Iackij'sl'zcirn Store. : r \' i, '; Irf"1 i r: 'ip>>*'.'i-t. Tile.)lv acy cfili Oxrsi

; \ RRXPENa and procu'-e: ; her diMiii in al1.1 dvch'\rtc; as .-.tch :* 1\k..WIt.I., i i .i> iii'-tuality! may beronii.fer .
.{ Hr.- 'TOil : 1:1 ). ll.J.I.NDr.NP.!: .n"! .;a. .': n.tic.ha I 719.I.n.
CRAIG. 1 J 1 l3l. (l.lfJLilY 1 JOHNS'XN. A.WA I t 9' : ,', i I. i'.1" anJ.ll II.1.1' r-> c..' r .1-,1 here-: }: i.'. E. ll. PERK!. ?.
Scpu l ( ,
WLLIA.M! "JIf 'c'lis rp"iv-; per -;-II"o'lI'r :'i'J ; '-,1 "fn.' 51 .. .
1'f ... I .. 11" 41. :ii'l ii! :h.1t .'n \..LtU'fE..ii'.! :'I. 1.1\h:1! Cf'o- '!. I.-'H. 1 T.:
's. 23J iS.13 I and f GO< .
Tallahassee o\'t'mtl ) < incrn! ; '- r nv-nt Ip '
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: : I i uu s.i" '.1' ( ).> nt I .!.ht'lt rho".1 ;: sn i rrT: ;":- I, -- -
r'm-.Vi/OM .'i77ZYa. j C'-'isi .:ti. nf 1f.I !" I il ird t a--i ('">:na anl Gbs:: : -
1 r--P"The Snrtnnah <7; re-ian. I" : !!: > : .....-.. ''re ti1titr. J! to" ..I''r: T,t.t"i t.> ti.'- t! .oiar.i-
tbtlg.1s1vz Ctriintutiwlisl -. ."101'5. X". N". t lion coufoc.ib-v. with ,; s -'ntt'

i1FilIp Gplr'rln'c!&,:to'I'' ElI'1""fr,'l.1..J S/Tr, \PI n I I 4-l} -si. :t <'nf.II n i ii: JriV'Tlp; ; ;: '1L'' a."lI'(11l "t* !. ( '. \VAUn CllANDLKR
N. C. .vill publish 'h.' :i:n\C f.'r cJ-/twccKsanJf.r :C:1 ; ini1.! e'':111rv in r"";'r.1! :.> .1! ist f'.i j:.*!::I1"::;. :1 '.. ,
; Oct. lrv 1 \ :3m [ l i.-iiiif
11.-1' :
'. traid th if ".I'ru'S .t.ct : "'. I ;inn t'' !<" 'itivj to rn k- v.'vy extrr'ion 1.1 u.I: ly j I

all wjvnnv fivutiie with: tl! 'i:: 1,111) wiriifir : :. 1'1 j jir.kl S ii.4 .

4 r .Vfl VT'' \ \T c II \ '.n'f t'I 1.a_ < -. "11,1\' si p'-i.' as ci.u. ,I nil i t. c' r !' .:.- i j jfe

't V 'E. \T AP\L 'Cllf 0r. \. Fr4f1Tlrn \ l'CTI0LES.Tte subscriber hiving: loca. .'t ,.vitM( "t! -rtt'tnl! v.-1 11' 'I. n'11 .i-".ide: -xi: o"--iatiun I ITtlM

The u\,!ih"- h.i.I '''II'i\'{,' :11fm"\'t. !.:. : ik.ed 1 :'iinisr.-lf in I'aIi.hassec! propcscs to do n :cn. ,, .\II" f f. I I- n. r P'.' .1! _

tr unJer th"! stilft aivl aim o f FOin & II X H DIN .rl l ."vyi'imsion business, rcjntar sale! days, Tuesday

i"lr\r..p 'r'1 '': ns'a tltntrd W WF. HOUSEnadf a'li \nd S nur-hn' COTSJiPrflON i

_'0." llSS10V' ll'I4' H lit 1n,1sti"q. ITA.i"? lie willils.l .-> attend to-idministrator and othf'r t\tcs
iitabe!" nrrincrrticnts with several vessels irthe ..I'Vc-Hi-ny. ROBERT! J. HACKLEY. CUHF.I I % "wDE and sold wholesale and ]Ue-
tlirtcl frffJisparfi'Jr-i of rottoi Ice. either tt, New March -23.M! 533. 33tf DC LA )Io nr.\ T'g f'ni.UMP.IANspr.n YEGET.\ LE "*W : ?a | i f'rc.errm.t.! : .. }rll. hy C Hcl >taa

p rtlg ,orXew t$4.I..V.Orlcv.., P ,:j nnj,.Hiyins i faeili'iex at all! ,,,'XB..: iMstrumnnts'.' of writing.executed wit i, neat-. F I (P' i ""'rncrt ill tile Patfnwith; lit JQ.: an..
,--:_ f'on"i1'I! '0 thpirre and'Il\n\ f'ml'n!: .III I -jJ-lw' v. .1. HIH. lilt 1. "W"the most \'Iu"c! romUy (-\t-r y tl:*(o\rrrIJ for S&iVi The tf"OintmPllt 5 i" ulT'ired to ibe pabl c ," >

t 'ftr'c uld re ;>ertfiii\* trti-ler! their! srvi<*cs and v>- VSPEPlt! AND VEU-COMPLAIN r'.'- A the ('Irt' of f:'vL's; 8 VH,

et a It'vral natrinis'O: in 'he ibovr- line of Hcincss.arr I) Dr. .. P. Pr.TEas, Pf of.-tsar of PAyj W,. i'ra Me Silti'iz cf n'ac,!, -nd alt ,li>.in-<". .,! tinnen->l >unlL : innjo .,: which ha\ e ?u IIIng ballk'd the slcill! of u .JC2:

Pt their nfncmtl? and iii.litidxal! attention to all iicinc, who, for several ycar<, !has .lt-v..l| his t.ntire "igt. Prejorcd; by .. B' )\ P, r!.!\ II'I'li.! : "I j c I HC".

asiness consigned to them, either for sale or otherrise. attention to the treatment of chrome CT inrt'cratf diseases oo'iin isei the di'turbcd 'im: :-s, :ivc-> '!'U'tii t-> tin.! t lqt ''! (..f'f'ry recriptton.f : .

has sifeeo-Jed, by '-.!I"1ir.alla''} ,is and synthesi : L'Hi''s, i."iv\irs; Appetite, improves the rffiiits, F'LL supply uf I indi.ths sjiprrir.r garden, 2{f 'H" .L. ; :md I.Ierof long. standing.

\, T icir Wtrc Houses and Clo:e Stores are un'lcrro- <, in <"''r'\v; ,.; \ 'iibinatioii fion several proximate I Bill i-f F>'rwt i"n* a<*cor.ij)any ir.z each IJoule of .tr-\\ htrb and li j\vcr sccU'-j'lsl rccnvt t! aid vat .n.)01 :-c.rru"Inl. c. r ll.' tr Tumour, partislfo J:uJ-!:

n tb'roiiqh r' oiir will he'I 'ro'; and f Jmw'tjio'Js. rl tt'IM. principles to which hft has given the} S'-ncillr! rw.Inting mil in ;n iri'jst consii-n| n;:'nn{ | ; Ity i;:. U. l-.REiNS. !! < -nrifnf"J! !:im"iur'>1\\"onp1": ?breasts wiiiciiiiii l11ea

'iiated? in a desirable mrt of the town, and as cx- name Medicine Stotnac'.iicne! et IJepatic.T ; which has .1.tltbc symn'omsin their different !:aes of thcdivase i I tat.,5tr iUfh. I it. : ( .'-* -ijiimii in al!, rnlcd e-TH"fr

mn' from the dangers o*, fire as any other house, of a proved far more ptficicnt than any remedy herel'ifurediscovered and part ic 'brdireit ions respect i in2'i: s cutnv nt while! \1 -lti? rd'H! or >\n. t v..i.e {'ei' !- know by the' l1mt

wrailarchanvter. rn th1 Point in curing those distrc, siiig maladies! of lIcillg' it, tnjethcr with i.uiny well aul'icnlic.ittd! ) ccrtifioalt 'I 1 IlO1' \ NJj)' f'atarrh*. of every. Je-icrij>ti' .i.
which < ..f eyres, el<*. j :111! H'wu Inic Pariof: 'he .
J.V\! P. FIORD (htc *,f \uustat.) mind! and body are generally compreaende m- 1' : ?tis.Sjiriirri
rnnrr: T. \ROIN, ( \pabdl cot.) iler! the sweeping terms Dr-i-Er-iA and LivER-U .M. In 'vm.-rrqncnrc of the !rat and, increoMn: 'I'mnnn 'i'O.NIC Ml X T I 1 U E. (th! ; i a, :: i :>t'::s,? {every Jecriptijj ariA

IEFERr 'TKS.-Wncurl F"l1taitlt, Smith &. PL.STS-It is likewise an almost certain cure for c.ilarcementnf fir tliisf.; ciJlc, the! proprietor is enabled torrdiu.- I FULL .T "'f V"** (pjltIf'l.''.'.
if ;
/3rean.f. S. C.lumt. M. T. Pry Co. T. -5-.V. $ the SfLtr.s. I., .-( t<> 75 eCU?" p rlllttlC.lhrrclJ) enabling! i it UM oinc A supply thl.iihuMt: : 1.:1.: ,.( Isreceived. ju* 7'ii'; T.!.>-* -.f ;.: s. -.t.. Fn thiscoioplaintl! tl c pa
I i..t .
i.urjal'.cr have.. _
within the reach of all > :: ":itv "!
'rfln' 4- Co., TF'tMiriV Greenicocd.V Co.,-Columbus. Among the symptoms of Dysncpsinand Liver-com person h.tiid. nT. ii; --;-:-! xit t': t' Ointiff-nt ina-t keep tt esl
7Jeart t 4* K'irelind, Ja!. IfTniltan. fy Son.Joi'Lfl R. plaints arc flatulency! sourness or Ijurnin in the stomach Dr. CII.\P'Anti-Dyspeptic Pills. lr tVAnr.4STF.n TO RE A 4. : J \". '.,. '
it dis. -New-York..E. melancholy, irritability, disagreeable! taste inth Thc, e Pills! have been su-'cc*' fully u.ed bv t'.ou- FSD i rrccrrALRKMr.IT C'H :":: 'Ijirsv ir ; 1.'* >jTr: .'! 1-y frot.

IF. Grrgory, Bogart 'fmel'oni.-N. Orleans.St mouth; great irregularity of appetite, which is sometimes sands) who r.ui testify l-j their supcrinr cl1ier. TO TIIS DiUKC7iox-FOR I'r.:R<.AM[{..AGE....; ,!i.vii.o,1 IK TiKE>: ,.\t.-!,:.'LE.\,'a' ..U'. I .!t t-. -1:.; .::1' t.i 'L* I,.*v ..*\-Aif: lor Ba a .nd

John 4Lrarfju, T. IF. McCoy.Mobile.Aur. voracious I1mlt other times crcatly! deSr icnr. : m.iny ndjl' lem.:dio;; now in 'i1'-) l fn iho cuccof Dy,- : this | ; "" 't'.f* it ".i"tihi pci-i T'lT",v3 the Gre out i ill
that mixture Haias
) arvjnic; ( .
: .li;. !
r' .
; -'t*
thirst fetM breath weakness of the stomach i '. -v t .t?, !f.:" 1 _
.17,1 1833' Itf niusea, jifpsia ; a1IIcirr.omJllicalf't ftmni. they L'ivcs'tcii th '
: I the P : ti&. '
: oprlrtor tn : .
IIII'd t-ructations' pjlpiutiun, drowsiness, iregniari'vof to t:11": debilitated organs uf digestion, repair the appe- I .!. .II\llh.r.'nl s.iv ti..c ro j orls tr.tlt, Yti ; eisrl [ Fr: i idh'.I: \\Vni"r/-"at and f b Yr 1.tfl'J'rfr ,
the bowels, pressure on the stomach nftcr meals fiLe removes nau< :a and i-kues i of t tIe: tumacli, habitual I '. > to It irarj oj It.i i f 1 <\, ci'-2 ;it J* tr> >:;v VC Ticine: vet knob '1!
(C3-.VOTICE' \KM I) illl" who \vi.I
i I $ ( any one :;itu "
pain in the head dizziness or vertigo; ; confusion of -'ivrnes*, lnv.d-.irJi, palpii-ition (.f the heart prove lc"1 j F I' !' Mp-it--! :",j'rv J: i; 'Tiadi <:f'r thaa uercif*
T the Term of n\d:d the [ of the U.ut nid. f Arst-ni- :
July <"i county, p : "> lor'caj"u im .n\'. iti !bei
mind, attended with the loss of memory, a nawin a",l mtiviuhrr nrrvons a fir;cti..nThey; contain no 'ifjnv :WJr.- !, u; -5-at r.1Jt.rbLti'aI e
ajccounts =nJ vouchers of HESHT \V. Tooo. ad-. in the Rtnrnich when empty, chilliness affection ( fsiglt I ::i. rcurv, for Jt, thf-y sid{ ii the tom xrh, tliey! arc a i! or r.y'thcr 'iIafUS inrcct\i in It. .1! u-,t I Jt'!. '!.!:- ;..;.:.t..:: -i"h'- >. tj tnjurv from el.oe t wcol.l.
ini..trawrorJolltJ H. TODo.df'rc'\sf'l1. Lite of In or>!cr to .:);cvt-iit i! ) &ii.inu from to'iriffriVit?. in. l
and pain unJ weakness in thW ack safe rxhaitio! : I J !.
Piild aid
hearing ; ; : : t1c',1.: l is no rrs-lru-tinn in did I I
wHl he ) said Court fjr fin.ilittlcinent a-.uhoiiscd
i county, presented o a persons except agents 'viil Lc f.rasln.u: 11" M
languor, disturbed slecj, cold test and liand.-j, trfrv>r, : or .1\1\; nr cx|>osnj-f to wet orc'-ul \vie! M inlr 'Jicm.B'l I j I Tii'nO! ,nt'nonn rnrr-!"ore if rn-.m" vcnr stl
the of said : th! with
administrator. At the I : : dr t'ic ; '
on Prnpr sell
part m\tire to ajraiu. I.H. ,, heal it*
uneaincss in the throat, cau/h, pain in the sitlc! III ::! -of direrti. n? viil tacit box cf I'ls! iu. 4'IicTe: if ij i ii.rjr -i'.te r i'r.r.rt'It! l>>
me time, the said administrator will apply to said acciup ny sole! u- -Jl Mr MiJ:lie t'lori! and am aOll' cd i iy )1'ttowt1 I I *. .L.Bi
| il I )ea>:
breast, &c. \ |Iil'"ill! fully rxjilain their! c l'cts.r I I extern srr i in c..I* hPIIJPI. ( ) (r.: wne
'ourt for a discharge from his Administra'orsbip as .. -hat! (te : u smail lot s.-M \I l k
'c'I' to KvUsinot I **
The above maladies! !lead to organic affections of th "on' th'well ku'Mvn t-f tnrre Pills for r-:t-j U.:1.lfmI. i\\I.r'p'i| j ,? pr->:r>3 oftliecai
fcresaid. JOHN ADAMS, asui:!e I b !Ie !has: MLPII or \vl!! he of
stomach liver, and heart,tenniiiatinjr in Drop"; y,(:011 rtiIyeal:., t lie !turirim.r (p. l'O vpf P-ihulelpJn.u! s-n:, rr sold bvhiisi I !'i.-ren for H. W. T.nU Administrator iu
Att'y .liJdlc !
to Fm
4-= .iiiv : i\.t iio"
I prrs-'it < .x. f ; to >
: I ,
A &c. the climate habits p 'tri-i\K; .*aili.! ad ..
sumption, poplexy, uccordiu. to ilf'oms it unicps.iary to give : fur;her detail of f.i otp! onin.
195*. tny
Jl'.ir-.tHic bun 'iscoi .
QuincjNov.d, [1136tn1] rJ ii
age, sex, and tcmpercnniil of the pati-nt. I Jvm. A fre-sli! has fcccn Ib'riH.I1111 fir s.ilf .! !'. {/ any mssivn cc.7." j It cures the w';rst !'cor.s \VhitIowvoa ann-pl-
tire ,
H,7rf ii :; ofia staj
Prepared by J. P. PETERS. Milledgeville by a5.p.'iutnu-nt by i K.: jj. 1'EltFJ'I&tlthaec :. y is I1HiJ J i (\til'lI of F. hon>
: New Book Store. :.:i lt11 i.-i "'!h ihertire} ,. |Ln v.i i n,. I .i111I
> i : grill beernl
sole I to
Inventor'and proprietor. : !! Nov ?3J j J5tf 1 !I uma. 'n""'. !ravoHt->od JM' Ton? z*
HE subscriber his 'l\nic .11. rla.t-.It.l.1: be c.itii.'.! w li..jii tiir'v !rclm.c .. LCI.- "..11I
received nnd will! open immediately Ttin01riah.lIm'rus Certificates mihit be adduced I p I I 1 ,\.lustIC !-,' .T. reuirr; > fl1CJCC t'
T (next do' r South of .Mr. Miner's store) relative to the extraordinary cures' j perform ( Sal, C:; !"I T'rg x 1,; Hit Hnpt awl Ticine.KE1MI it: 3Iv !h.d: I will! be i u cviry b.'Tie: -s--Idby: I1. !:- 1 I I w.u.Ilv! to --:I1'\'e the-si t"n'.il'eP.t! iirie mi.t CiI -1101

n assortment of ROOKS and STATIOSJUIT, and would by using these medicines; but the following are thought !: STURGF/S OFFER FOIl! SALE !: P.: PElilvIX.[ Sole! A:ent ft.-r i.JLidlc! FlMi.t! : :,! .'.I i..y :ii.. '>i'u fi: is O.ue"" *"xt rraIi'L". dr3; ttd

e glad! to supply his friends and the community in sulHcifiil: to satisfy the minds of the most sceptical: -i'n'.t: I:,; '. it will :Iv. n.ldIt: .-ven i in old! i JC ople, V kit

;neral, with any articles in his line on the most rea- t At. SACKS Liverpool Ground Salt, in =- t.iii.: h.ue been of IIIOJT ijudiig, U wiliest the
nablc terms. Although his aes rtmect is not yet .From Dr. Juro?ion JEirf.Aithor, of the Medical Co>npan iJ' nrllt r ; STOUAC.'E! STOKAGiii!; S'J'OT1"L". .I". t'. :IO.

ery: gencralhe experts to make i: so by shipments al- or NEW-OBLEANS Fajn'ly Physician., Dec. 20th 1831. 150 p'eees12 inch Dundee Bi:r.riifT-" -, H'N addition tu his ware-house! the T. *ea captains and mi-ters of ve-.- ls tb"a ointa *t.

eady made, and others to be made by. the first yese.Iq To whom it may conctrn.-This is to certify, that J 100 coils Bale floe lL subscriber' has recentlynrccted a spacious build tnu-l be very valua: l( in w-nter: on our coast II te *"J j

from the North. have witnessed the operation of Dr. Peter's .Uitlidlla 250 Ibs. host EiitflMi! Baleinir Twine. ng 50 by 23 feet, receivinir cotton ud :oo\Is. vercertain in its .jiCtOfl C.'itiUaia? or parttuSVC rIi

He'has also the Christian Almanack, published ex- Slomachicr' e( JItpaticce in a number of very obsthiati! Talhliissee, An r. -2AI I, 1 'H 1. [2tf'lF'OU Tl.IOTIIYl'CAltTY.. with frost it likewise.. hCCJ"CS. its qnjlities
es&ly for Florida calealatcd for the .M* liTU'of
r6 and Liver-atfcctions of St. Marks, D..cemt\f'r27th1R31.! i lrf mates jg
Dyspeptic long standing,likewise ; n bt
'allthassee, and local in relation I
containing matter I I A large mass of testimony proir.gtbeVaIQe
in several cascsof the enlargements of tho jjlecn S \LK -fc-
0 the Territory, which he offers for sale either by therosa and its at1'trts'cra truly astonishing. I have hcsitation ; 0\\ AND'S TONIC .MLVTURE.Vrariautcda most '!xccllent! medicine vv ill be j.!). 'l1 toth0a5,11
dozen sin lc no J t PIECES of !DUV-.E \G-I: R : Dr w
or Gt. !n!
: copy. s :'._ ..- wish further infirniation un applicali to
in it the ; pcrfi't1Id
Dec 13, 183t. IStf JAS. S. LTNV. declaring! most valuable preparation .o the ya. ,.-And (IJ'|>T) COILS BALE ROPE of ,
for thoso distressing ai/jnenfi that has ever come with. best dai 'urc for the Fi vtra'Hl Ague. For szit.ii' :;; I t"1. orto any if his authorized asents. of '
in ray knowledge. JAMES EWELL, M. D. Brig qu.a.1tarc Tallihassec.y expc ted by ti.e Sub-ciibcr, .:: : holc&ile and retail, by FLETCHER The above medicine: -olJ by special appolntmd
NOTICE j per \V f*Ofl"I'l'T
& > r.rj i i vj I i, Hitggtstt tlnpa'.clti- | the patentee and warranted jenuine.
'Vilt County. Geo. Jan. 1831. Plant 13 and Merchants be .. .
can s-ipp'ied on the 1n DarGGI.'ranaliassee.
: co/ti, Floild.i ... Pr.KKIXs!
& LL havinrclsimsagainstJohnG. ? u
persons Smith The u-derslgned can bear testimony to the most ( 0-11'
stpcri'refficacy accoium 'da'JlIg tern, p\\\i le in Coton. X
s'.. deceased, late Jackson county.Are requested 1 1o of Dr. Peter's Medici Slomachicze et lieI JOHN BLAIR PEACHY.\ :;'q i 11 hereby appoint less. Fletcher and i iVcstcotlm February 2JlhRKMKDY 1 :U. :

present them to the subscriber, legally authentica patcx the cure of Dyspepsia and Liver Complaints St. Maiks! Sept. 5th! l I8.JJ.Pp : '- 4 wt_ \ } agents fi.nhe saleof" RowI'tI1o.'s FOR KHELTMATISM.
I kco ; and those indebted, will make arrangements for from personal experience. WM. G. JOHNSON. ,- Tonic Mixture" in the and

.. jt early settlement indulgence cannot be given. Dr. P's Medicin.r Sto-nachicac XOTlt'E'r :;_ of Florithi, Eastern part of Alabama! it T I1F.e.cruciatingj.aintbedeexepute!! .1k
DAVID G. RANEY, Adm'r. in parcels wi'Ji full directions for using. are From put up II subscriber returns his thanks to the public \V h r.. ,t of Georgia ; who are able tu fiirnUh : mity, and th premature eld a;e, "Lith 'f
Dec. 15th 183-J.-20.8w one the said medicines usual nttcnuan'.s oC Ll' llisOldtr. are Jfpim utTred "1 : '
Acpalaga all who I
to three (parcels will be necessary to complete u cure. for the liberal eii'-ouragemcnt he has received to may apply to U.! >m on intnentinUeyofthe :
The price is $5 a parcel. since he has been in this place: and solicits a coiuinuunceof as ivournble terms as they can obtain from the pro despair of a care, or iIiapp antSJuie w ei'tdt I

Quincy Male Academy.WTIHE A great quantity of the above very valuable their patronise. Just rcreivcdper schr. Deltl, prictor hiimelf." Signed', ; nnmorous pretended fair (
prepa. Uut tho.c! who haie n1:1c!t- a
direct "JNO. purpose. rN'T
fromlSetv York R. ROW
Whtions, will be kept constantly on h hand by ,a general assortment of Wool! AND. i
Trutues take a pleasure in informing he E. B. PERKINS, Tallahassee, I len, Staple and Faiv.y GOODS, Sloes, Hats, Hollo-.v.! "Phib elphja, Oct. 2.lIh IS.W 2Itf t DR. JEBP/S CELEBRATED 1 LI IMf1

JL public, that the exercises of the Institution fore Who is authorised to dispose of them either at wholesale ware, Cutlery, and Iron-niongcry, Crockery, <5.c. coiisistin 1 e\en in cas.esof big staiidin?. ar.d nf tlchuraetei. l.e rlst.hi"

ensuing year, will commence on the first Monday or retail, on as reasonable terms as they can be ? of blue, black! and brown Cloths ; Clue, black. NEW STORE. Live reci.iiedcertain relief afoC "

n January: nrxt.under the superintendence of the obtained of the proprietor. A'so by drab and grey double milled CusMmcres; :3.s. illct rglllE subscriber is about to\blb: himself permanently lx un curedia a f.-\v diy. >omein 4 hears. a*a"c."

ler. SA.MOCL :MATHKWS A. M. a gentleman, whtfflcy Doct's. HOLMES &. WILLIAMS, Curabellton, & nnd Snttincts; English, French American Prints; JBL in Tallahassee as a Merclnnt and her of persons in Bostca and vicinity. \'h.ftf8. lef'

& have every reason to bcha..I, is well qualified for M!. HALSLET, Druggist, App:lachicola.! bLack Lustringand Farrey Silks and SilkShawlsGrode will op-n for sale in a few days, at hit slore op intrly atHiclfid v\ith RhcanirJrifi., tme: 'try 111oori to

e.busines having beer eafed in it for the last JOS. PRIESTLEY PETERS.The Nap, &c.; Jt\ckonet, Swiss and Mull Mtilns: ; posite the Office of the Floridian, a small assortment tied Certiti.-ates are in the pos es5on. ,I

oat years in the Sir' Virginia. The course of following are few the :t, 4, ant j.-I brown Dllmestir", or a superior quality ; of Hats, Cluthiuj! :. Shoes, Brushes, \\'ooJenwar.. : iou. pro\iue theKJH I tlwouh nnd ?urpri! sni cure w".,

.. instruction will compose all the branches of Educa. have been either cniirely among cured or many persons benefited that Cotton Bagging and Negro Cloths; a general asscit Tinware, Crockery and Stoneware, Hrrdwarc nnd : meanof ilii* powerful LINI.MENT. 10.e*? "

.;11 km taught in the Academies, in the country whhin.thc last twelve months, by the greatly use of Dr. Pe mcnt of Shoes; avariely of Crockery Ware, HollowWare Ciukry, Sugar Cane Knives, Agricultural : other approved applications had atU'ilj fo"6"- .

-Tf ffhe Academy building is large and quite retired from ters' Medicinal Stomachics et Hepaticx within the Cutlery, Hats, &c. Also. Cognac Brandy, incnts, Ropy and small Cordage, Kitchen ar.d 111111-1 DUMFKIB'S EYE WATER tJ

he business i art of town. Few places are more des. state of Georgia. Holland Gin ; Sicily, Sherry Portand Claret Wii'cs keeping Utensils. Carpenter's, Caper's and For sore or inflamed Eyes. gives imme iate e:1 1.
rable either for heaIthor good moral society and with many other articles too tedious to mention. Pur Tools of all kind, Nails, Brass Goods Locks Bolts effect '
ti Mrs. Abner Hicks, Wilkinson relief. On recent sore'eyes. lie ; OIata
; i. re believe that its advantages will be equal to that ofny .Mrs. Capt. James Willis, do. chasers arc invited to call and examine for themselves. I Axes, Pocket-Books, Snu.T-boxes, and Fancy Goods, ry.-Where the complaint has been of je* dI""
1 similar Institution in the coantry. ALEX'R. FORMY which he is disposed to sell on reasonable SOSt flDU
Col. Vim F. Bond, do. DUVAL. tums, and and in some exceeding bad cases.the r ',
.1t I Y Terms per Quarter Payable in advance. Wayne W. Eglands, Esq. Laurens. Tallahassee, Nov. 4, 1833. (I3tfj respect'ully' requests an exarr ination of his Goods. and dosira. relief has been found in IM T -()J jjj

131 l; class $3,00 I 3 class 8.00 Bryan Allen, Esq. do. GEORGE. LANMAN. eve water after"c\'e.y other remedy had k'J'v-! .'ft
.. 6,00 I I 4. do. 10,00 Col. John W. Porter, Morgan. )I I Tallahassee, Nov. 1st, 1834. (t -3m) iraoMw.o have used i it. pronounce lltbeJ'5karationfor

Scholars will be-received at any season, and only Sanford Chapman, Esq. Jones. EDMUND SMART vs. and l Court Attachment.Jefferson Superior N. B.-Wanted to purchase a likely NEGRO BOT, these complaintsthev! have ever meon '

: larred from the time of entrance ; but no deduction Alexander Irvin, Esq Washington. WILLIAM KIDER. f County, about 12 or 14 years of Rge.ADMINISTRATOR'S. specially in ca es of soreness or inflaiEatloastanding.
Middle District
t ill be made for Scholars removed before the end ofe Col. Geo. Mathews, Green. 34PLANTERS' J Florida. Price 25 cents a'-ottle. .j JtI

, q aarter. THE defendants and all other persons interested, NOTICE. None are genuine unless umvd i th 5tnj &

,'., Board can be had on good terms in private families. HOTEL: take notice that suit bas been instituted as I. AT the next term of the County Court of Leon printed wrap: er,by the sole prl pl1elor..TCod :-tf

JOHtf M. W. DAVIDSON, secV. HE above, returnable to Nov. Term of said Court, l&H. we will apply for Letters of Dismissionfrom iramed.ate successor to the lata .A, & .
fWl subscriber ha taken the PLAKTERS' .ggQ
r auiney Dec. 30th. 1834. (21 Sew) .ML and HOTEL, The Defendants are required to appear and plead to ths Administration of the estate of Henry B. Fitts, Fnr sale at his Counting Room,over r *, '}Tstreetnear .
opportunity informing his friends the declaration therein tiled, according to the Statute i deceased, late of said county. Concert Hall Boston,and ALia "7ciaIaoiritmentb "* -
Awn Q tm aQUGa and the public that his HOUSE will be open for their re in such LEMUEL .BRUCE 'Di if .

For l thIS at Office caption$8tf on the lit of March 1834. cases.GEO.. Y. WARNER. l Att'y fur Pl'1f.. ELIZA ANN BRUCE., > F. B. PERKINS, 1r ."

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