The Floridian

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The Floridian
Uniform Title:
Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee [Fla.]
Wm. Wilson
Creation Date:
January 27, 1838
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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s oaf : for marked each with the number! of .... Ciin Middle Florida. .He will attend all the
trusttDlnts'J, will be continued until forbid FAIRE Courts in this DIstrIct. Office} next doo.1..
itjOnn dq q9re' residence of J. D. Wcstcott: Jr.Eq. iothe! Edito_ must on be bu post in raid.,connected_ with m\t QAUlWraaa Q o i Qll1D1L1BQA.tL1a4lWA &UlT1IIi UAd'AW'l' q ti 19Bao 'flLQ( >ZIIas !USQ Tallahassee, January. 25th, 1837. 15-lf

. eOt Utf' Mr. Mills presented the petition of sundry citizens of Alachna*,enl acts incorporating the city of St. ,Josephs.-Which was A bill entitled, An act to amend an act concerning dower.
.,. o county, in favor of M. Dean which was read and referred to a I read, and ordered for a second reading on tomorrow.On And a bill entitled, An act to amend an act, to regulate the
select committee-3/essrs. 3/ilIs. Fitzpatrick, and Levy, were moCon of Mr. Bannerman, Mr. Fitzpatrick was addedto foreclosure of mortgages.Were, severally, taken from the table -
appointed thereon. the and the orders of the for .
FRIDAY, January 19th, 1838. committee on Agriculture.Mr. placed among day today.Mr.
Mr. Wyatt offered a resolution to enquire of the Governor the Brockeiibrough, pursuant to previous notice, asked and : Gautier offered the following resolution, to wit:
. quorum of the House met pursuant to adjournment, and reason why the militia in this Territory have not been paid. obtained leave to introduce a bill entitled an act providing for Resolved, that our Delegate in Congress, be requested to
Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read. Which was read. the safe keeping of the Records of the county Musquito: and urge the re-appropriation of five thousand dollars for the com-
In motion of Mr.\ Banncrman a bill entitled an act in addito Mr. Gautier offered the following resolution: for other purposes.-Which was twice read, (the rule being pilation and publication of the laws of Florida.
the several acts now in force in this Territory, in relato -' WHEREAS, the trade between the town of Apalachicola waived, and jeferred to the Judiciary Committee.On Also the following, viz:
Public Roads and Highways, was taken from the table St. Joseph, and the commercial cities of the Union has increa- motion of:Mr. Hart, Mr. Mills was added to the committee Resolved, That it is inexpedient for this Legislative Council -
placed among the orders for to-day. sed to an extent; calling for the notice and protection of the general on Schoo's and Colleges.Mr. to entertain applications for divorces.
, obtained leave to introduce a bill to be entitled an act to these ports, as well as those employed in the coasting trade between son county, 1 jraying to be added to the county of Franklin.1 .- on the subject divorces.. Which were read.
al certain Bank Chartets.-Which was read and ordered New Orleans and St. Marks, are necessarilyexposed to Which was rod. I Mr. Dozier, from the Committee on Enrolled Bills, reported,
jfccond reading on Monday next. the dangerous navigation around Cape St. Bias; which is regarded Mr. Long presented the petition of Jacob Robinson and as correctly enrolled, the following bills:
n motion of Mr. Blount, a bill entitled an act to call a con- by mariners as the "Hatteras" of the Gulf; its shoals others, praying that z branch of the Union Bank be establishedin An act to organize the county of Calhoun, and for other pur-
ion, &.c. vas taken from the table, and made the specialr projecting from eight or ten miles to sea, and which in many :Mariana, or that !he 32d section of the act incorporating the poses.
Wednesday( next. instances has proved dangerous to human life, and destructionto Union Bank be revived.-Which was read, and referred to An act in addition to the several acts now In force in this
'r. Long pursuant to notice heretofore given, asked and property. And whereas alight house erected on the most the Committ on Bsnks. Territory in relation to Roads and Highways.And .
ined le:7\'c to introduce a bill entitled an act to amend an eligible point on said cape, would be eminently useful to all vessels :Mr. Fit'patrick introduced the following]) Resolution, viz:-- an act further to amend an act to incorporate the La-
to regulate the foreclosure of :\Iortgages.-'Vhich was bound into Apalachicola and St. Joseph, or employed in Resolve, unanimously, That this Legislative Council regret favette Salt Company of Key West aooroved the 12th Novem-
waived for the ht.t: i .1..- ."'.atguauun in tTieir u\r, J az'J,
the rule the
read, ( being that purpose) and red coasting trade. arcumstanrf n :
I to the Judiciary Committee. ln ;t r....ti.n.. MM1..n.1 I., ihu Governor and Legislative Council chief clerk, Jos. B. Lancaster, Esq., and that the thanks oftin Which were severally signed by the president and: cJad.d rk.
r. I'ltzpatncU, pursuant to notice heretofore given, asked of the Territory of Florida That our Delegate in Congress, ,Jlrfusp is hereby tendered to him for the able and efficient Mr. Wyatt, from the committee on the state of the Territory,
obtained leave to introduce a bill) entitled an act to incor- he requested to urge upon that body, the necessity and utilityof mamer in which he has performed the duty of that ofiice.- to whom was referred the petition of R. J. Hackley and others,
te the Tropical Plant Company,-which was twice read, erecting on Cape St. Bias, a suitable light house; and that Whidi was twice read, the rule being waived, and adopted. asking that J. J. Clark be permitted to peddle through this
rule being waived for that purpose) and referred to the this resolution properly authenticated, be forthwith transmittedto ML Dozier offered a certain preamble and resolution con- Territory, reported that it is inexpedient to grant their petition,
mittee on A?ricuJture.r the Delegate in Congress. cerniig the recent Indian depredations, requesting the President and asked that the committee be discharged from its further
Shaw, pursuant: to notice heretofore given, asked and ob- Which was read and ordered for a second reading to-mor- .f the United States, to instruct the Secretary of War, to consideration. Which was agreed to by the House.
d leave to introduce a bill entitled an act concerning Ju- row. furnish troops for the protection( of the frontier of Jefferson Also from the same committee, to whom was referred a bill
iu the Southern District of Florida.Which was twice read Mr. Bell offered the following(( resolution: ccunty.Which was read. entitled an act to establish the County Site of Hamilton County -

rule being waived,) and referred to the Judiciary Com- To be inserted No. 12. Mr. Long, from the Committee on Internal Improvement, to and to repeal an act entitled an act to make permanent the
e. Which was read: and ordered for a second reading tomorrow.Mr. whom was referred a bill entitled, An act to authorize John Bellamy County Site of Hamilton County, passed the 15th January,

I No a bill entitled an act further to amend an act to incorte Blount, from the Committee on the Judiciary, to whom to render the Oscilla river navigable, reported said bill 1836, reported said bill without amendment. Which reportwas
the Lafayette Salt Company of Key West, approved the had heen referred the following resolution, viz- without amendment.-Which report was concurred in, and said agreed to, and said bill ordered to be engrossed for a third

November, 1829.-Which was twice read, (the rule be- "Resolved, That the Committee on the Judiciary, be instructed bill ordered to be engrossed for a third reading on to-morrow. reading on to-morrow.

vaive l) and referred to the:.Judiciary Committee.r. to_ enquire into the expediency of changing the law, Mr. Dozier from the Committee on Enrolled! Bills, reportedan Also from the same_committee_ u to.whom was referred a billentitled
Do.ier, pursuant to notice heretofore given, asked and'requiring the sales of the marshals in all the counties, to be on act for the taking of a census of Florida, as correctly enrolled an act to regulate the license on retailers of spirituous
ined leave to introduce a bill entitled an act to authorize the same day."-Reported further legislation on that subject! ; which was signed! by the President and Chief Clerk. liquors, reported said bill to the House, and asked to be dis-
i Bellamy to render the Qscilla river na\'igable.-'hich inexpedient, and asked that the committee be discharged from Mr. Blount, from the Judiciary Committee, to whom was re- charged from its further consideration. Which report was

twice read, (the rule being waived) and referred to the come its further consi-deration-'Vhich report was agreed to by the ferred a bill entitled An act to amend an act entitled, An act to agreed to.
on Internal improvements: House. incorporate: the city of Apalachico'a, reported said bill as amen- The House went into Committee of the whole on a bill entitled -
Wyatt presented the petition of TVletha Brooks, for a Also from the committee to whom was referred a bill to be ded.-Which report wn eonenrrotl in, Dud acid bill ugaln read an act to call a Convention, &c. ; after some time spentin
rce.-Which was read and referred to a select committee.csrs. entitled, An act further to amend An act, to incorporate die and placed among dIe orders for tomorrow.Mr. consideration of said bill the committee rose, and Mr. Fitzpatrick -
Wvntt, fiibon and Bannerman, were appointed on Lafayette Salt Company of Key West approved the 12th Nov. : Wyatt, from the Select Committee, to whom was refer- chairman therefrom, reported progress, and asked
omtnittec., 1829, reported said bill without amendment.Which report red the petition of Tcletha Brooks, reported a bill to be enti- leave to sit again. Which report was agreed to.

r. Fitzpatrick presented a memorial from Henry Perrine, I was concurred in. tled, An act for the relief Teletha Brooks.Which was read On motion of Mr. Douglas, the rule was waived, and he was

}., praying certain Legislative enactments.-Which was Also, from the sameto whom was referred a bill cntilted an and ordered for'a second reading on tomorrow.A permitted to introduce, according to previous notice, a bill en-
and referred to the committee on Agriculture. act to amend an act to regulate the foreclosure of mortgages, bill entitled, An act to divorce George Fleming and :MaryFleming titled an act further to amend the charter of the Southern Life

t r. Dozier from the committee on enrolled bills, reported, reported said bill without amendment.-Which report was con- wa; read a second time, whereupon the question arose, Insurance and Trust company. Which was read, and orderedfor
rrectly enrolled, an act to establish: a Ferry over the Haute curred in. "shall this till be engrossed?" the ayes and nays were called a second reading on to-morrow.
her ; an act to authorize James T. Pattison to build a Also, from the same committee, to whom was referred a bill 'for on this question by Messrs. Blount, and Hart, and were, The House then adjourned till to-morrow at 12 o'clock:

;e over the Osrilki: river ; and; entitled an act to amend an act concerning Dower, reported Yeas,-Messrs.: Bannerman, Bell, Blount, Brockenbrough,
)reamble and Resolution concerning a Custom House at or, said bill, and asked to be discharged from its further conside- Brown, Douglas, Dozier, Drake, Hart, Higginbotham, Levy,
the mouth of Suwannee ri\er. ration.Which report was concurred in, and said bill orderedto Millsand Wjatt,-13. Nays,-Mr. President,Messrs. Black-

'r. Wyatt, from the Committee on the State of the Territory, be printed. burn, Fitzpatrick, Gautier, Gibson Kenan, Livingston, Long THURSDAY, January 25tb, 1838. _
horn had been referred a bill entitled "An act to organize Also: from the same committee to whom was referred a bill)) Shaw and Val han-ll. So said bill was ordered to be engrossed The House met pursuant to adjournment, and the Journalof

:rounty of Calhoun, and for other purposes-reported; entitled an act to amend the several acts regulating County for a third reading on tomorrow.A yesterday's proceedings was read.
h,1. itlt amendments.-Which report was concurred in, Courts, reported said bill, and asked to be discharged from its bill entitled, An act to dissolve the bands of matrimony On motion of Mr. Blackburn, a bill entitled an act to regulate
bill\ laid} on the table, and 26 written copies ordered.he further consideration.-Which report'was concurred in, and between James Trathan and Ann his wife, was read a second license on retailers of spirituous liquors, was taken from
said bill ordered be time, the question then arose, "shall this bill be engrossed for a
\ house resolved! itself into a Committee of the Whole, 011 to printed.A I the table and placed the orders of the day.
resolution heretofore offered Mr. Dozier for the third reading," the Ayes and Nays were called for on this
\ cuViik'd, "An act to authorize limited partncnItips.AfJ1e by pur- Mr. Levy gave notice, that he will, on some1Iure day, ask
time spent in its consideration, the committee rose, and pose of permitting the committee on enrolled bills, to report at tint bv Messrs. Dozier and Levy, and were, Ayes,-Messrs.Bdl leave to introduce a bill entitled an act concerning Banks.
time during the scs>ion of the House was read a second I. Blount Brockenbrough, Brown, Douglas, Dozier,Drake,
Douglas, chairman therefrom, reported progress! and ask- any Mr. Long gave notice, that he will, on some future day, ask
time and } Flirt, Higginbotham, Long, Mills and Wyatt,-12. Nays,
iat the committee have leave sit Which adopted. entitled
to again!:- report, on leave to introduce a bill an act to amend an act in relation
lotion, was concurred in. A resolution) heretofore offered bv )Ir. Brown instructing' M. President, :Messrs. Bannerman, Blackburn, Fitzpatrick, to Rents.
.r. President laid before the House a communication from the committee on the state of the 'Territory, to enquire into the- j Giutirr, Gibson, Kenan, Livingston, Long, Shaw and Vaughan, Also, a bill to be entitled an act to establish such of the
expediency of asking! Congress for an appropriation to li. So said bill was ordered to be engrossed for a third read-
jovernor, in the words following, to wit: open books and papers of the {1St. Andrews and Chipola CanaJ &
EXECUTIVE OFFICE, > and repair the road from the :Mineral Springs to Jacksonville, iig on tomorrow.A Rail-road Company as have been lost by fire.
Tallahassee, 19th Jan. 1838. ) was again read and adopted. bill entitled, An act to incorporate the Florida PeninsulaRail Mr. Johnson presented the petition of Edward Face of
'he legislative Council, A hill entitled an act for the taking of a Census of Florida, Road and Steamboat Company.-Which was read a second Gadsden County, prating that certain moneys be refunded him.

1 iXTiXMEX: :: I present you herewith, the returns required was read a third time and passed. Ordered that the title bc as time, referred to the Committee on Internal Improvements, Also the petition of R. C. Lester, of same county. Whichwere
iw of the Central and} Union Bank of Florida, the Banktcksonville above stated. and 30 copies ordered to be printed.A read, and referred to the committee on Claims.
and the Bank of Pensacola. No returns from On motion of :Mr.: Blount, a bill to legalize the suspensionof resolution heretofore( offered by Mr. Wyatt, to inquire of :Mr. Dozier presented the petition William) Blackburn,
nlicr specie by the banks in tbis Territory and to fix the Governor the reason why the militia in this Territory have
Banks of the Territory have jet been received by payments praying that he be permitted to rent certain School Lands.-
:'leCUU\'e. the time for the resumption of specie payments by said banks, not been paid, was again read and adopted.The Which was read, and referred to a select committee.
R. K. CALL, was indefinitely postpoll d. Governor transmitted to the House, by his private Se- Messrs. Dozier, Mills, and Brown were appointed thereon.Mr. .
Gov of Florida. A hill to be entitled an act to repeal certain bank charters cretarr, Mr. Copeland, the following message: Kenan offered the following Resolution, viz :
'liich was read, and with the accompanying bank reports,re- was read a second time, sad frrrtd to the committee on the (To be inserted, No. 25.) Resolved, That the Committee on the Judiciary be instructed -
d the Bank Committee.Iso Judiciary.A Which was read, and 500 copies of the same and accompanying -
to to enquire whether alteration should be made in the
the bill to be entitled an act to authorize limited partnerships, documents! ordered to be'prin1ed..Mr. .
following : Attachment Laws now in force in this Territory, and
EXECUTIVE OFFICE, ) was on motion of Mr. Blount postponed! till tomorrow.An Wyatt moved to reconsider the vote taken on a resolution accordingly. Which was read. report
bill entitled addition severalacts offered to day by him and adopted because the inquiries therein -
Tallahassee, Jan. 19th, 1538. > engrossed an act in to the 3/r. Gautier offered the following Resolution :
in force in this in relation Roads and contained had been explained by a from his Excellency
'J the legislative Council now Territory, to message
Resolved by the Governor and Legislative Council of Florida
'tiitlcmcn/ ;: I hereb} nominate as Directors of the Union Highways, was read a third time and passed. Ordered that the Go\'Crnor-\Vhich motion prevailed, and said res- That the Hon. Chas. Downing be requested to introducea
I he title be above stated. olution was withdrawn by him.
i of Florida, for the present year, Henry Gee, of Gadsden, as resolution in Congress to extend the franking privilege to the
or 7f'. Braden, Samuel Parkhill, and Robert Alston, oit f A bill entitled an act to prevent any foreign banking or A preamble and resolution heretofore offered by Mr. Gautierwas Governor and Secretary of Florida. Which was read

and Robert Gamble, of Jefferson Counties.R. other corporations or companies from exercising corporate privileges again reid and adopted.A 3/r. Dozier, from the Committee on Enrolled Bills, -
K. CALL in this Territory, was read a second time and referredto resolution heretofore offered by Mr. Bell]), was again read reported
the Preamble and Resolution for the purpose of erecting a
the committee Banks. and ndonted.
Gov. of :Florida. on suitable Light House on Cape St. Bias, as correctly enrolled.]]
The House went into committee of the whole bill A bill entitled, An act further to amend an act, to incorporate
hen the on a entitled -
House went into session and consented to
secret 3/r./ Kenan from the committee on the Militia, to whomwas
the of and for other the Lafayette Salt Company of Key West, approved the 12th
idviscd the nominations therein contained.The door was an act to organize county Calhoun referred a bill entitled an act to provide for raising two
after time therein the November. 1829.-Was read a third time and passed ordered
committee ,
again opened.bill purposes ; some spent rose, companies of mounted'' Militia, for the protection of Addle
and Mr. Wyatt chairman therefrom, reported said bill to the that the title be as above stated.
entitled "An
act in addition to the several acts now in and West Florida, reported said bill amended: Which reportwas
in this Territory, in relation to roads and House amend d.-Which report was concurred in, and said bill)) A bill entitled, An act to amend an act to regulate the foreclosure
highways, -was concurred in. Said bill laid on the and written copies
led in the House in the 3d section by inserting after thes was read the second time and ordered to be engrossed for a third of mortgages, was laid on the table, and 26 written copies ordered.

"fifty cents," the words "and the mileage allowed by reading to-morrow. ordered. 3/r. Bannerman, from the Committee on Agriculture, to
The House then till o'clock. The House went into a Committee of the Whole on a bill
adjourned to-morrow morning
. and by, adding at the end of f said action these words:- whom was referred a bill entitled an act to incorporate the
entitled, An act to authorize limited partnerships, Mr. Douglasin .
: ; fine to be paid into the country 'rreasur.y.-And saidas Tropical Plant Company of Florida, reported said bill)] with
ordered to be engrossed for a third the chair, after some time spent in the consideration, of said
reading on Monday. concurred in said bill laid
amendments : which report was ; on
House bill, the committee rose, and Mr. Iuu las, Olmirmnn therefrom,
Je then adjourned until Monday 12 o'clock. the table, and written copies ordered.
TUESDAY, January 23d, 1838.A reported progress, and asked leave to set again,which was con-
Committee whom referred
curred in. Also, from same to was a bill entitled -
quorum of the House met to adjournment and an act for the appointment of Weighers of Cotton for the
pursuant A bill entitled, An act to organize the county of Calhoun.
MONDAY: : January 22d, J 1838. of Tallahassee and Town of St. Marks, in this Territory
the Journal read. city ,
yesterday's proceedings was and for other purposes.-Was read a third time and passed-
quorum of the House met pursuant to adjournment, and 3/r. Blount stated to the House, that circumstances compelled ordered that} the title be as above stated. reported unfavorably to said bill : which was laid on the table:
ournal of last Friday's proceedings was read. the Chief Clerk to tender his resignation ; whereupon he moved I i The House then adjourned until to-morrow 11 o'clock. The House went into Committee of the whole on a bill en-
>lC President laid before the House the account for printing, that he be permitted to tender it to the House verbally. titled an act to call a Convention, &c., after some lime spentin
cssrs. Knowles and Hutchins, which was referred to the Which he did. its consideration the committee rose. 3/r. Hart, chairman
"wire on accounts. On motion of the same gentleman, his resignation was ac- WEDNESDAY, January 24th, 1838.A therefrom, reported progress, and asked leave to sit again.-

'r. ivy att moved that the rule be waived, and that he be perd -, cepted.On quorura of the House met pursuant to adjournment, and Which report was agreed to. -
without notice introduce bill entitled. motion of House election A bill entitled an act to change the time of holding the
now previous to a Mr. Drake, the proceeded to an the Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read.
j -ct to provide for raising two mounted militia companies to supply the place of Mr. Lancaster, when J. S. Robinson Mr. Blount gave notice, that he will, on some future day, ask County Courts of St. Johns County, and for other purposes,
ic protection of the frontier settlements in Florida and for was duly chosen. leave to introduce the following, viz: was read a second time and referred to the Judiciary Com

purposes.-Which motion prevailed and said] bill was On motion of:Mr.: Long, a bill entitled an act to provide fora A bill entitled An act to incorporate the Protestant Episcopal mittee.
read, the rule being waived, and referred to the Commit- more general system of Internal Improvement in Florida, was Church, in the diocese of Florida.A A bill entitled an act amendatory to the several acts incorporating -
J the Militia. ordered to be printed.Mr. bill to be entitled. An act supplemental to the several acts the city of St. Josephs was read a second and third

'r..Dozier gave notice, that he will, on some future day, ask Mills gave notice that he will, on some future day, ask incorporating the Bank of Pensacola.A time, the rule being waived, and passed ; ordered that the title

to introduce a bill to amend an act entitled, An act re uconveyances leave to introduce a bill entitled an act to incorporate the bill to be entitled, An act amendatory the several acts be as above.A .
of real and Land resolution, heretofore offered by 3/r. Dozier, respectingthe
t personal property and the recor- Alachua Company.Mr. concerning executors, administrators and guardians.A .
thereof. Douglas gave notice, that he will, on some future day, bill to be entitled An act to alter and amend the acts incorporating protection of the frontier of Jefferson County, was taken
t motion of Mr. bill entitled introduce bill be entitled of Pensacola.And from the orders of the day, and referred to a select commIttee.
Gamier a An act to organize ask leave to a to an act further to :: the City
aunty of Calhoun and for other purposes, was taken from amend the charter of the Southern Life Insurance and Trust a bill to be entitled, An act to incorporate the Pensacola Messrs. Dozier, Livingston, and Blackburn, were appointed

ble and placed among the orders of the day. Company.Mr. City Company, and for other purposes. thereon.A .
*. Levy moved that the reports of the several banks of this Gibson gave notice, that he will, on some future day, Air.\ Mills, pursuant to previous notice, asked and obtained bill entitled an act to authorize John Bellamy to renderthe
'.ory be printed.-Which motion prevailed. ask leave to introduce a bill to incorporate the Florida Rail-,leave to introduce a bill entitled, An act to incorporate the Ala- Oscilla river navigable, was taken from the orders- of the

Fitzpatrick, pursuant to previous notice, asked and ob- road and Canal Company.Mr. chua Land Company.-Which was read and ordered for a second day, read, and laid on the table.
leave to introduce a bill entitled, An act to incorporate i Douglas, pursuant to previous notice, asked and obtained reading on tomorrow.Mr. The House went into Committee of the whole, on a bill enti-
lorida Peninsula Rail Road and Steamboat leave to introduce a bill entitled an act to change the time Hart moved that a bill entitled, An act to incorporatethe tled an act to amend an act entitled an act to incorporate the
was read, and ordered to be read a second time on to- of holding the County Courts of St. John's County, and for Bank of Jacksonville, approved February the 14th 1835, city of Apalachicola ; after some time spent in its consideration -
)w. other purposes.-Which was read, and ordered for a second be taken from the table and placed among the orders of the the committee rose, and 3/r. Mills, chairman therefrom,,

%*':. Levy gave notice, that he will, on some future day ask reading on tomorrow.Mr. day for to-day.-Which motion prevailed.On reported progress, and asked leave to sit again.
r to.introduce a bill entitled, "An act concerning judicial Gautier, pursuant to previous notice, asked and obtained motion of Mr. Long, a bill entitled! An act to amend the, The House then adjourned till to-morrow morning 11
,edings. leave, to introduce a bill entitled an act amendatory to the sev- several acts regulating county courts in this Territory. o'clock.i1IE *

t.- Statement of the condition Of the Ranks In the Territory of Florida. I I IT

t -

the Honorable the Court of Appeals of the Territory of, tat of the Company would have co L STATEMENT OF THE UNION
Florida. been increased in Ocober a m rtiro ar I E. BANK OF FL
November at ) ) "If' ..... R
The Southern Lire Insurance:: & Trust to one million dollars. Their. loans on real es 0 o :o..ccq : :Monday Morning the 1st }
Company located at St. tale have from various and manifest NC1) t-_ a. ew-!k':: ':: mea 110 January, 1838.
Augustine which causes been
two millions, wag chartered in Febuary '35, with a capital of class, they have made upwards of one hundred limited of tbi ..O). -t-OI'-q, .....0.0;- 4VMdpeot To Stock Notes discounted, $695,427 99
of dollars, organized and thousand dollar -- r'M CD. ; J... .
Nov. and Dec. '35 commenced its operations in and in such cases they have usually given .funds current in Net m to- N-' I CO. .t a .. ; do do In suit, 50,503 00
receiving subscriptions to the whole M M N ocOOO
York and Charleston without p : ;
and in charge. These loans all :f-= --6 5 '
payments money often cent. on the the arc. cor> ::2 0 00CO ,7
per same as charter Notes
required. \\ ith this sidered very safe. The discounted debt due the Insulation H alp 0 'ij >.,=. = Bonds nnd 535,159 19
capital of two hundred thousand cp O .
the Company commenced nnd dollars believed to be very sound, and the losses it i is sup oseVfi_can in to y."co-.., .c..,9 5. < do In suit, 19,270 25
operations immediately l made ar.1 -a. 0
event exceed one third of the profits hand. charter :: ) ) : ; : : _
to redeem fce -554,423
rangements its notes in New C co go.. ,
at York lid -
Charles .. !
ton, and check on those cities. par Company provides, that the capital shall be taxed like other personal ")'" ---- -. 0 ... .c- -t.J: Bills of Exchange, 96,080 65 4

per cent. premium. This averaging at from par h: 3.( ofone property of the Territory. No tax has yet been levied in St. :\o..t- ...>10.,- .... W cQZ. do under protest, 334,822 93
continued without o : <
arrangement .
tn- Johns county, but n \0. ... ,. --------
respectable one the J the -
was spring
paid .
teruption or change, until about the middle of by a O.Q.I -430,30
May 37 a period of Branch at It o 0- 1 t. Joseph
Ipalachicola. is ; CA at 16.832sa
eighteen months at which time respectfully suggested whether a tax b g x= .-. i Agency
nearly the banks in tho Union c
had suspended upon the profits to be fixed at a uniform rate to be paid by all the _C 'c.J Q.lon co o aoa Due by other Banks, 111 7SO

specie payments when exchange on the north banks would not be more just and equitable in its peration. The o. ,U. .c .... Claims on the United Stated, 1,117 39 ti
throughout the whole south had rn v o _
premium and when the business risen to from five to ten per cent chatter of the corporation provides that on the callof the Court of ..J.:.:. Np ea cWJ"'e ..0 w 0> Seminole Expedition, 1,046 93
of tho o E
country had become so U .:>.c = 4)d
Appeals the shall U
Company submit such statementas shall! by the > ... = t) &'1 0 -2,162
> .. U
thoroughly deranged, that no reliance could be placed on the said Court be ce :If)I = :C.:I ,.uCU, .u and )1
prescribed and it also implies that this shall be du- :_; : Protests Damages,
of ep- ::I.c OUo -.0. .Vw 4,8.U
prompt payments debts due the Company whether from 0 .... y
: the of the C c..o O.J ::::: c.J =, 0 Balance viz
individuals tho ."ring setting Legislative Council. Until low, ne call has c U >'! q r- too: U"'tJ .0- Cash :
although _
Company never issued any notes been made the have I c a. ,m- u 'V a o In 47,179 OS.
through nil _
Company at times been ready toI 0 "0 = L. Specie,
such -
except as were their face d \0. C C c'.c
on payable at St. Augustine, their and call from the I ..0 If) 0 d ,- C 0 In of other Banks 33,416 00
desire to furnish the report, on a proper source, and tb undersigned i.i o t) aII.c... 1 : U ..:. t. notes: : ,
public as far as their ability would allow with -.c o ...0- 0
advised that a report was made; about i since tho call of 11O E -
yaar on 3 0 : V .
on available currency, induced them to keep their notes of the of C Z Zrn-O.-.c;:;: 7b7. < '. C) \0.0 0
every the of U. .cA
Secretary Treasury States -
denomination at the s\lich report was ... 110 ... .U_ .
places named. This .
par circumstance added 09$1.9o1
forwarded to his Excellency the Governor of this Territory. It is .2 >. d\o.. '" 00 '
to the Miter U
ef t.Q o
impossibility obtaining a sufficiency of checks o:
on .0
respectfully suggested whether the interest and
convenience of all ti .
New York \0.. cO --:::::
excepts at ruinous premiums, prompted the holders of concerned would not be promoted by fixing the time ani o 001'-0 rACptOd'cV: tl 0.2.a .. By Stock, 1000.000
their bills, (many of whom had obtained them ) manner A 0 for other Florida -' I a
of in conformity with the laws Cash Stock 2,900
reporting regulating; the otter banks I ,
.funds.,. ,.then greatly. depreciated- -at the north.) to remit them to New I Ix in the Territory of the capital! stock of this Company: about two ...;.. OIXl.n. O-'f'M-t.NflhW' 0 attl0tll'rc' 0 S-gg 0 .. F --- -1002,90000

orK, hence toe they were sold in instances !. c .cu u Yoo .
nn advance by banks and individuals many for remittance at thirds is: owned in the city anu state 01 i\e York, and in New :; s) :y' t- a) co 0 ... E E-4 0 u Ga::I Due to other Banks, 14,37211

as is supposed of from three ] and the residue in South Carolina "'M c) M 5' ..ctM :: Individual
England deposits,
to five cent. In this state of Georgia, and Florida, :: co -0- 113,93719
per thinjrs as the holders of their bill: of the condition of the :i uo = Bank Bonds
a statement made ,
Company, as n' the firstT 484.000IQ
had claim ar oV
no jn t nn the r""'' for nnrlhprn (.,,, .!
p nv. ,1. nnH
"q 'lh. \t) C") =s =s (eo
available'rneans of the Company were temporarily placed beyond '--- .-" praoi;r atln And as much in detail as wai: deemed necessary .. CO I U '";i c (eo Bank Notes in circulation, 186,51700

is herewith submitted. The Omcers and Trustees of the ._... ;::I Gc =' .. Profit and Losses 87,973 16
co ,
their conuuul was deemed bat justice to the stockholders to .. ... .11 C .,
Company, are at all times ready to give to the uu'ho'ifies ::I Discount Premium, &c. 94U12 bl
suspend! for the time the arrangements for redeeming abroad the proper C q ? 1ft a- = 5
information touching the afT.iirs{ and Insti- :: U c", c...
continuance of which called for such any management of the c ,- CD ... 10 .en Deduct Int. on Territorial
large sacrifices without ..,. CIQ -
any tution and the ,!: = ; _
undersigned in Tallahassee
adequate equivalents. The of this : will cheerfuly answer -00 ..n :>" O -.0 Bonds, 60,000 00
propriety course will further be which the Honorable ;E :::1- a. ..:cUc.. c
any enquiries the Court of ) Bank Bonds 932 36
or c
manifest from the facts that .: c u .
during short c .
a period prior to the suspension the Legislative Council institute. o .- d "0 ._ '- CG to here
of specie payments by the banks: in the the Company may u u >, r G4 0_ o M Expences
country, < If
redeemed over fifty thousand dollars of its hills at in New All which is respectfully submitted. GEO. FIELD, Cashier .V c .-= c:: .en... u... C C ...C..J 0 :: en.c .... and at Agency, 20,528 57
a :
York and a large amount in like manner in Charlefton. par Tallahassee Jan. S 1838. S. L. In. & Truss: Co. _- ".0-0- -= 0 -=. 1ft U -'. .. U :co >.. ,. -81,460 93

U -00- on-.J:: ...'
It is proper also to add that during the last summer and fall, the .O Gi- d -C-- ,-= C 0 U C U d CI.2 .eo:> .: Ed --- -12,551 74

has COURT OF APPEALS, January 10 1831. .+.. 'r y: .. (.J:: .. C7 :.C C C: -$100,524?
Company up at par, at the north with New York funds C) =s CD = ( 0 jj
To the Honorable the Legislative Council of the u.c-= c !! :IU'" >- .c:: Leaving $12,551 74 of the
of .
U surplus profit
over thirty thousand dollars: of its notes, while it was under the Territory J E UO CtC :: V E-o ..2V past year,

necessity of extending indulgence to neaily all! its debtors. The Florida.The 2 CIQ _c.- .... ..2 .0.. r.eo> ro.;.. .u..- _U OJ! .-... .csoo .. 0 to be applied according to the 23d section of the

Company: has moreover never to the knowledge of the undersigned Judges of the Court Appeals! have the honor, herewith, rn-C'I o'o C -000.n U :C: :C.-: :0;) .d-5-M-. o ,, : charter, exclusive .f a sum exceeding $20,000due
im 0 '" -
employed a dollar of its means or been directly or indirectly interested to submit your Honorable body, a "statement of the affairs of ..-CO i o ,':; 0... ..:! .:a 2 os 0. U C -= .C.. "0o for interest on suspended debt caused by the
CO> CI.)
the Southern Life, Insurance & Trust C ::J = C .c
Company, prepared by the commercial difficulties of the late and now
in the year
purchase of any of its bills or notes at a disaount. No Z-:4-nc& : ;:, z
assistant Cashier in behalf of the Trustees of said ... ::I U0 under
merit is claimed for the evident sacrifice it has made, in thus re Company, and ;. II; cvut rapid process of adjustment. __

exhibited to them, in obedience to the 16lh section of the charterof t o Od -c $
lieving those held its engagements, butihe officers of tho In. "O l,901.2ila>

Mitution'; arc desirous in the present sensitive and unsettled state of said Company. -----=

.' public-mind in regard to monied that the The Judges submit this report to the Legislature, without inves- JOHN PARKI11LL, Caafcr.
corporations constituted -
authorities of Territory should be in of such tigation, or inquiry} into its statements a task which for the reasons Territory of Florida, City of Tallahassee. Personally appw.

information as will enable them properly to appreciate possession: tha motives now submitted, they beg leave respectfully to decline. Aftej (1'.0 MO 0 N-.tI rOt'i) -rt-- tl N I I-1' '":- =o ed before me a Justice of the Peace, for said City, John Pirtbl& ,

end conduct of those wh. administer its affairs, and alai thai ihojc a deliberate and mat UI e consideration of the provisions of the ICth .... Oo s cao-1'c1'' I(1'r I W'cU ;; Cashier of the Union Bank of Florida, and made oath thaiife

and 17ih &UCIMJIO ufiho A O', nljI"I"n Act .. .. C") 0 tI'- CO"." I W above contains of the condition of
to incorporate the .. a true statement the Bail
if such there arc should be undeceived:: who think the Company has .. u: ., -::> .r) Q *

more than other, failed to meet its in Southern Life Insurance i\* Trust Company" approved 14th Feb ai ,1 ..: ri c h O t.j I tl _...c.. c the morning of the 1st January 1838, to the best of his knotMj./

manner. any engagements a becoming uary 18S5, the Judges of the Court of Appeals;; rave: to th e. i -<' 'q. a t-cotQ-I If I'-) I .-=a- Co d) and belief. Given under my hand, this 6th January 183 .

conclusion, that the duties thereby required from 1IIat'Court, are ol t d. ua.h.y ..c Vt : C rn R. J. IIACKLKY.J.f.
In August October nnd November'36 -
obedience to :call of L COd >
a nature unsuitable to its functions and such it could
as not with ... r
the Trustees
theiSlockholdcrs paid three several Instalments of 0 0 _
propriety discharge. 'bA... 11I)0 C Q .oc the Commercial Bank Florida
0 of of
five V
cent each that the
s:> of tho
per present capital Company o .
Without adverting to the inconvenience to the ptblic'ln diverting 1:1-: ?: :- ?.
nil contribution the ; CO> .. December 31st, 1837.
by Stockholder! is fire hundred thousand dol- I 0)- IrI
the time of the Court from its duties I'0 crco t) C ..c: V
!ass (or 500,150)) In December '36. the Company established an peculiar already sufficiently I: ci. c To Capital Stock paid in, (G6.M200
would! } that Court g 0
engrossing they a its
holding fund
office Apalachicola, and in January '37, another at St. Josephs IIII- Q..c.: Surplus 10,5840
session once a at far from the location of the and or.g .: a) ::
The :business done at these offices was not large, although checks year Company, .- C ,.c Vo ro .0 Profits since January lat! 8,711 H

en New York, Charleston, and New Orleans were drawn having no powers or faculties except during its session, is! not in position M o 0 -a 0 _. d ... Circulation, 49,003
during .S
the winter and spring and paid at and t. discharge adequately, the duties enjoined by the law. The ;.. u o G7! a 0>, Post Note circulation, 3+<,2lti,00
maturity on presentation to -
duration of its term would in cases, not allow it time to V .c T t.I "O.J -: CI
many receive Due other Banks 32,297
an amount exceeding three hundred thousand dollars and -= d Vi lit:1 = :; U
principally c '
the statements from the Company to make the references = 5 c Q.1 c
to t) _
on New York, while the premium charged, averaged not more than CI.) = d u Co:! d.. Depositors, 1I.3JS.J1Statement
and receive the from the commissioners :J e C cf.; >-
to reports contemplated i in :; e:::: U ... .
t>ne per cent. late in the spring, a few thousand dollars of checks v = = 0.. .. ... -C 0 0. C U .0.. a
the law in time for the action of the Council o... > ::Jc.'
Legislative and if v
drawn on time on New York and Charleston from explanations =< ... -:1:3: : en 0 ( r5" $218,771
Apalachicolawere were to be required, from the Trustees ol the Companythe .=. 0 ,_- A- oavuV... E-" u-- W --
J '
protected, but all with the of c o' CIQ 0 ,> U
exception two checks not dc 0. '" Cd :: ,. rlO' "
distance would forbid their in due ....
reception season. Ca 0. C'-
Notes of other Banks
vet VcE CO> .Q.1 $2,3300
presented in
: were soon paid funds current at places which =;
on -c CO ::: CD := I
So far the be deemed ministerial II
they were drawn, with interest and all expenses, and it is believed as duties may merely they could .= ; o: = x .:- ", 'U" 00 u ,:C:: ::: &v wc Z I Due by other Banks, 21, 0! If
be more adequately: and suitably sonic officer ol" U o .cCO> aII"-" ;:: a 0
performed, uy high
to the entire satisfaction of the holders. On the first Gf June '37 ... Eco .= = c -0 Specie, 11,8.>> 00

the offices at Sf. Josephs and Apalachicola rloscd for the the Executive Department of the Government, directly amenable to :_-n :. < ci 7 aaz w.; Q -o II_!!: Notes and Bills protested and unpaid 34.12410

summer .. the Legislature, such as! are of a financial character more appropriately d 0 .= a Notes and Bills discounted
(previous notice in the! newspapers having: been given) and every ::J u 139,04
belong to the Treasury Department of the Government, aid so :: '':::: d w Protest
dollar of deposes! with but limited c account Stt
paid '
a about of the bills of. oocoataDI't- :! J-;;)

the company in circulation in that part of the Territory. Tho account i far as they may be considered of ajur1icia\\ character,tlley ieem ci-ai- .- 0 0 '0 I:") M M ce; 0)1 ..; IJ) = c r Expense account, 9,1777$21Iu513

: L't h fD :-: N 0) .1 :o')
} d
of the two offices above named u ..., '
were for convenience connoliduted posesonly i tL' '=' 0 '"1' T) :: :: c.cIn
:; au
00Qat\t-1O: ; -
at Apalachicola and as yet no office has been ibis ; :-.. .
But a more cogent objection applies to the exercise of these rc- ": ": "; '; CM 0)1
season! at St. Josephs it is intended [ M iI C L
to open ono in a few DOOaoM ( eca -
scribed ministerial .
duties, whether considered as fiscal or judicial, a '- =
days. This of the I Commercial Bank of Florida,
explanation =
course pursued and business of the o: toU = ::
so far {forth( as' they involve this Court, in the expression of extra u-
Company in Vest Florida, has been thought by the undersigned :; c-d: Apalachicola, Dec. 31, 1837.WILLIAM.
dicial the affairs! ofthe which ,
opinions, upon Coinpanv, by it mini c :: ,
due Honorable Court ..... PATRICK CasLk
loyoor unmerited ,
as some strictures :
upon thereby become disqualified from administering the laws, in referenre CuV.emu C
the Company and its which
doings, appeared in tho newspapersmay to the same subjects, in crses suitable for the exercise of its appellae = C
have fallen under observation. BANK JACKSONVILLE -
your powersand the Judges who constitute this Court, and who preside! n ".. :..U,5 OF }
Late in May last the c- U Dec. 1837.To .
actuated Jacksenville
Company, the
same ,
the Courts of this' the'
respective Superior Territory, being same, a s lJi ::., E = M
il is induced His R. K. CALL Gov. of the of Florik
supposed of
suspension Excellency
specie the Territor
payments by -
lar disqualification from the same cause, might also apply to the 'latter o; O.c 7J
banks generally, declined redeeming its bills with specie, after a Courts. '.J 2 :: m.- The President and Cashier of the Bank of Jacksonville, in cat-

short interval however, necessary to collect their scattered resources These views are respectfully submitted to the Legislative Council z'-; .2C a 't- -Od.- c.; ::=:I =;:: -: fortuity with the nineteenth section of the charter of incorponiiwof !

the office at St. Augustine checked ..c = :J c aid Bank, approved February 14 1835 tote'
freely on Savannah at par, in the expectation that it will seem fit to that Honorable Bode", U --. oe-o ,- beg respectfully
and at one cent. on Cltarlr.stlnftJr its bills :::! c: ." t) :: 0 I port.
per own and the circulation by an amendment of the charter of the Company to relieve' this Co) ::: U W u. a-c ...
at no time large in view .f the has = c: .. IJ) CI.) Bills on hand of other Banks $t4taco
capital been much u O .
reduced Court, from a duty to {foreign( from its ordinary functions, ami+ ) that e1 x 'c..W r .: ..,
the of o.c ; Amount due from other Banks 17,207 W
notes the Company have for some months been and the '" 0 .. "' .
are supervision designed by the statute may be more appropriatedjconfidud u -I.:: .,, c.. (eo o -c.cO Amount
now in Savannah and Columbus. .. 7. ., due from individuals 4,932V
par : ,: -
Durir.gtheperiodoffommercial 0 : -
Q. -
:& en
elsewhere. It be to acid, that such an amendment, : _> *
may proper -UIJI--: 0 C in
prosperity, as well as of embarrassment the Trustees have aimed is believed, meet the wishes of the Company, which has already .= c ;; on !:: !! '" Specie the vault 3,7611
et prudence and caution in their operations and have endeavored trio embarrassment incident tho 112 'iQ I-- lilt ... = C- C .. C.aOC 3 Specie deposited in the hands of an agent in New

to redeem their engagements on the most favorable terms for the experienced its charter in this respect.All existing provisionsof ...c..:.. '0.-J_ 0 0.-, -.c"'OO t.IU-: :_I K W 0 II.) >..u 00 York, subject to the order of the Bunk 29,2tJU

... H C.oE
bolder ti -
complaints will sometimes be made against monied Institu- which is most rcspccifully submitted.THOMAS Lzattao _C a 1

tions, however, well conducted, but no reasonable ground for such : RANDALL, Prcs'dg Judge. o+ .. aE $69.178 !*'

exists with the Southern G7
Insurance & Trust Company, should JAMHS: WEBB Judge.)

it be deemed otherwise, the closest scrutiny is invited. But for J. A. CAMERON.: Deposites 28,99 53

-the peculiar derangement in tho finances of the country, tho capi- 1JOBT. RAYMOND REID. I Circulation 3,21700r

OOO.tO! > ao ........ _
ooot-ocooo h i I'0 0 00 O..CDat) "f'OOI:")9 00 .:- .C 0- t- .. C 0 0 0 >.-- 0 an -a o -... ... t- 0 1 .0 tO NOl u7 r- I o
0) 0t -
) O)
c.o > of: e. C'I 'n -r .y 0 0.0 0 00 M 0 cp 0 rco O .: :; ,u c hi WOO A r rca C .U
.4-.ONtl.wrG7tl.. C7 v N.. OMC7-T v ... g NC t; > = ;
-r M 10 M 1' !. C'I 0 .. M I'40 r. :C ..c .. N 1' ... $36,955 4
0 t- -;; M M t- Zr ca t- h ?9 0 go
..: .f ut. v 7) e.. r- C? C'! MOo N :7
O O 0 ....:. t 01 h ct5' O r.. as O r;;..: .p- r;; c; .: cD I M r C1 r' r N :CO N a 6 1
.n 33 co .c
M W) ... N W .r "If' co. :.i; .... 0 .r.: .. C'j; ...' I -0' o C) C'I W !:: -' N a ;

.. .-... ? t6 01. -- .. I erO ri G 112: W- .'I...); -": C"). ..,. I ...o...:.. C.,...: ac0 With much respect, we are sir,

IX t- CiI Q.. I : u... .. -I: < 0
I G Your obedient
0 C servants
C'I .. :: '"' : .c ,
0 Q on V
(I'\t) N p w _
0 .coot' ..'' : f U t:()
: .
lO: .. a i M .C-Q J. B. MORGAN Pres'lJ.
U 0.0 L .. D ._ Q
c -- W t-NNti NO) II...).. ;::, ciC oO E': n tJ-4. :: E-4 ...: .; b _a: cm CO .... a Q.1 -p ...J. GUTTERSON, Cal
A W 0 .o
a c to A o C"). rn = U ,e L _' _c... 0 ., .. 0 o o Q vo C 10 1_.,
0:- b22. -M-) -... "If' .-+ 0. o :CD r j 0 o 0 a C.J a ..J to::: <4 M L.U v c 0. tCJ..,. ..,). 'O o U > m 0 tr- Personally appeared before me J. B, Morgan' President, and .

t.> .c '= to::: ..: ;; __ "0 : -E -= "? Q.. 7 a .. g n c g MN'AO I c C:: "0 9u. Gutterson, Cashier, of the Bank of Jaekso"'nvitle, both of wkcft
... : :::: .E 0 ... c.
.. V, 11II ., ... = '='1 W') ::..:: 0 being
::I OO p 0 .0. 'Z: :::a E-c .... :_:a ,= -r O.Q V.: "'::): CiI E'I" 3 solemnly sworn, doth depose and say, that the rrpcontains :
2 .. .2 .U 0 0 c 0 an --u 0- tfc*
to J ion
w is of
7L C just and nf' tho ooiJJti w
c a true Riat mpnt
112:1 .. m -
.4 ctI o:I. o, Q ._ U a "a .q a c: ._. Q g 0
.. ro ... W
.u en C. .- ::I U thi day, and that the amount stated to be in the vault
"'0 .. tl Qom u..J yi : u > "='
:: 'O
a -C --g 0 ..: -..... 4U. ::I r .. .. C :; C <. c'I aro= ._o_ c::" U .u :oo':I c.a7_ Bank, h actually in said vault, and! that the same is not in stow
lIS W ,CQ ... ..
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.s V..rO .. III a 0: C .as "0 0 = ,'r. u t- en 0 a. 5 aa.0 .a,. 0. on 0 C- "ro _0 W 10 C o A Sworn and subscribed to before me, at Jacksonville, this251k
u a: c.::: 0 a c..u .! .. u 0: 7) C CO> .... c. t.-: -< :t! w : 0 aCyC :: "
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V -0 on.m -.c &II -.. ,III- c.., C -U c'- 1j: -'" ,U- c 0.- eLl IJ) -c C -_ U -c ar '- _-.S_ ".=_' day 1837. ,
bb Y 0 >. ) 'fl -g ro a. -If,) C .i: 0 v = -= ar C roM C_ 4i: v m e C + J U 5 en._ _0 Duval Count
:; : en Court
,.l .
C G) ."_ p .: g.::: '= =- C'U; I v V y O- q III od Judge County
51.0" a 0
as 0 c cI C r I w: .C J : ... ... U ..: -g i -
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UA..RAIgA 0 u" ::s ::J ::I ::I G) "0 E f 0
O .4 cAOEUA. :: Aw; ; F+ ..c-Q 0 .c:) 7 ir.A..AAa AA ..: Cr C4 .c_ says:_"By the arrival of the steam ship Constitution, wehsn
I 0.r Oc.oc.o t9 u7 C o .: -0 ooc _- ... -J 0 : caved our files of the Houston Telegraph, up to the 30h ult.: -
1'0 tl: -1' I ctJMCl) Q.I
..c: 0C"t COl') '" c I') I 0 :e: Ot Cilc.o d'N.+ ""5'N .'M M XJ co 1 4 -a >ar _b C 0 N 0) 0_ (M I't M) \Qat to-C')) 400 N CO ..ctD s extra number of that journal, published on Christmas day, f1" '
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- v cO r--- .Q" N t- 10 o-+ oMo0oc0MN; o. I't d N'Ot' '... r co OCD MO) CO CN U o> 0 tl (0 50 nio de Bexar (Behar) between a considerable body of inni*r
It ei' : cv C'I
.. t art r.r) 0 ti cD .;tl6c.. .: O c; I + "i ) : Q p cD aoM" ...: : .: 4) Ktf*
- Co.ct... 0 r o -0\ .d 0' o:) -O. N M rn,.., Ctl I V :.- W d CDN uO: N t c) M G cD C\I ...c.:. r.o V on Mexicans, and a part ef the Texan army under Colonels

t S ... ti9 W 0.-.. o.- N ) ."':-J Oa... .,....... _0 N oN I -1)- :E and .E'IIon the 20th ult. from 9 A. M. till 4 P. M., with doe"ful
0) 0
.a! <.: 0 Ir results. But rumor generally exaggerates. The same frj
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"'t7 0) 0 o en. U 0 CI.) E-i h of the 30th ult., gives an abstract of the account
0 4D : rs
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a M o M C : 00 ro; V .!!! vl :! 2. c.;:; .
M ro
yc 'b -': 0 .+ Q.1 M t:cr: Cl) I .:s: : M d C lit n i9 112 r-- as OQ .onc go- at War by Colonel Karnes. He states that ,bott

O .c 1:: .C. .e b.U$ tl N O' ,.flC a-c 5 d .0-... .: o cD -o..c:; -5 -Q,) M::: -0.( '" 5 2: 8 c"'C t.:: C N 0 eo 0 __ Mexicans had made an attack on the guard protecting the hoQS

0.a C 0c w:: Ob .0. v > = Vd ,pCCO about 8 miles below that and the '
w city, killing one man taking
1:; .C2 S
tt .. ,8.0: 0
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III ;:
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o .e.toO, .t cC::: c t.QC ;. 0 ..:c a Q u. Q ... to 'CS c5 a.8 ? V toe 7 0 prisoner; and that they had been pursued 10 mil- ,
CS: w ::
god '"
a. o toO a f ... yV a .-- -Zc 0 3 bro V .- : : J2 &: F' "- "The militia is
., lr a0 b t C.O t1.) ... 'CG .:.t5.1:; 0 (1) x C C C O-g ? V .oc: WM ) organization of the gradually progressing
+ t
o .. O J c ro 'O U O 0 C .0. .r'V O :. .... .C n a an E 0 _. g z ;; w C 2 .,s, ; .7 .O 0 u 'i.!!: 0 o .JI u : J. Rusk has been appointed major-general; E. Burleson, M. ii

' E.. a... .JI as a c -:: .. U 0 E-: C B.. Vu C > U a y,.o U U ..: .,. -:: 5 IIQ E roai a O mG--a.v a .a.. 10. ... y_ ._ ._ "=' ... J. II. Dyer and K. H. Douglas generals of brigade; and .

; .VI o "V .c.,1IQ V U o "0--0 c o 1I..IIIZ:3; : pt b +u.V. Z N ;; a-ooo M v \ooo't:: \ : ;:cg_ -g 't t; o: >. ctI mua eoV .; .c# :as I) McLeod, adjutant-general. A general order was i issued on 9f?
0 :> oS4i c.c -= ,
r ..1t: o Vp 3a CIQ c rr,. -:: :; ? s"g? 0 f;: 2 O 0 v : a .. "' General Rusk the officers of the and *
c e c: .... a _- U ba oO CC_ .n_ ... -. 0 0 -, L ::I'C toO roD -om'90 t) a.nay mas day by ordering
c M 10. 0 >
V ,o.. 'b- Z',. 0 Ah W M .0. .O cG.l. vCa i>1 r ;C.u"O V -m4C.Y aL .DIII"O ..cooc.d U 0 -p.c '; 4).. .V: j "0,v-i -o V 'cOo. =CI ro cu "aCU 0 c .C.I.I.....v::I _U: G N C1 co .c..o..c:: ::I .:. have their troops in readiness to march against the enemy at. *rz l lmeat's
e g .
g ..n as 0i M.. Cm p In for it is that the Mexican army
'bo o. -- n Vi. rrw ,= 2 E a' 88 =ii: Vr warning: apprehended
-" : tr aoU..u VM G) eD 4Dc 0. 0. 0 0. 0 Q iiii rroan.:( .....: go :: E'ow' ...... U :1Va C) P 0 O. ... o ] -c .!! invade Texas in full force. The Texans appear**
-a 7 -c. N.-1... e c VaOO. C''! U U c.. 0 p .JI .- r.-m .a a C 1IQ"a"a. 11'_ .,_ 0'-.. d V C.dCD13 now shortly -
o.S'! aa 'j 0 :..) -. .. ..c .u. c Q.I "0 u + 0 .oV.. tIC 0- U I) 0 : rc aad?
0. as Volunteers
- o... -e y, -m .- .. I EO as .D5" .. c ::. f4 7 .: V O .: U.. 0. o..c.. ._ v fident of their own strength and success. t.

e : :1 g.. g :E .. 0 11).2 d to!! 0 c a : 0 .. o; 0 ceo m 7)0o -,o ..: 0 E -4 I L 0 m.N lit) 0 x 0-0 0 bcriptions have already been raised to assist the movemeatsogovernment < *. .

a : a a .: IQ C .JI III : III.Z c t1.) -.5 .g ... : O : w Coo it that*
V Co>> 0 -0 e .V+ b U .0 .% -cJ 00V .c c G./.C'I IQ 3 0. 0"; 0<3 'vo 0 Aa a._ a v V ,nv and army: and it is enthusiastically anticipated
$ = V u "4
.s O o 'Q 0
r A t c.v. w of Q E 1r 7 : O a C. : 0 := V.- 2 OrAei c1i>j a0 8 f O 0.7) : d a Texans will now invade Mexico before terminating the present car

e la 0 iamaA X t.J E-c i-c ere V M Or This is of at least," .
pWA ; WU 'vet paign. course a chimera, at present



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FLOIIIDLN.1s3i NOTICE. -- ----- -- --- ---'
having; demands NOTICE.
ALLA A 'J B ALL persons(.f Charles Black, will be a pleased"ini: the to es- 1 UNDER a Court decree of the Hn. the Judge of the ON the 12th inst., a Mulatto Boy, who says he ALL persons indebted to the estate of Z.J C. hereby given,that book of subscription for
pre- for the Middle
____ __ __ __u s el them immediatfly. ly taIKUJLRT ida i and n decree of the Hon. the District of flor he belongs to D. A. Gillard of Florida, he nays are requested to make immediate payment IS taking of half a thitionofdollars ol Stock

SJTUUDA Y. J.\\U.\RY 27, ) RA YMO:1 REID, County Court of shall have Judge cf the weeks since.plantation of C.I. Alston some four to .JUartin 4- Hart, with whom the notes and in the Union Bank of Florida, *fll be opened at
or CHARLES H. auction in front 11ln,1 sold at jnblic Said boy is about 5 feet 10 inches accounts are let S. G. BECKLOM, the following places on the 18th day of this month
courthouse walks
that Jan. !;, lt>3l.--v>5tf in the cty of high' awkwardly. The owner is requested I Jan., 22 4w Ad'mr under the directionscf the and
1 1NOTICE. Tallahassee following persons
find requested to the -
*TEnrc authorised say, on Monday 19th day of come forward, i
t and
\W AUD will hl1J candidate for next at twelve Febiuary piove property, pay charges to remain open at Tallahassee for the space of 60
vj f. 1ULL1 al the right, title, andnterest take him away. ONE THOUSAND
the election i of Wm. B. clair days, and at St. Augustine and Jacksonville. thirty
of the County Court aL nc.\t for ], dec'd, and JAMES A. NEWMAN RE
Clerk IS ordered by the Board of Directors of the uual Jail"r. days.
'T to sections 25 35 and WARD !
.nCoUtY. Union Ilatikt'f' Flmi-li that the subscribers Township one, nnge Thomastille, Dcc. 1 J, 1'3;. 20-if
J"-- Parkhil
Jan. 6, IS3. 2-ted t o the new sleek in i-aid bank, be file one, north and east. Terms, two-thirds cash, thf THE above reward will be given for the ap ), }
requested to
residue in payments of one And two wilt of JOHN GREGORY formerly Ed. B. Yaw V In Ilabaiee.
\VE aiitliori/id to nnnouiKC DANIEL p heir appraisements and tales in bank on bdorethe years in OPERATION ON THE TEETH. ,

flAKN'art t" I candidate for re election lo I first day of 11\ch next, or in dtlauli o thereof tercsl.< MARY of Win.N. NUTTALL D. HOLLAND, Surgeon Dentist, offers } of Thomas County, Georgia, charged under indictment -Tom Peter Chaires, j

ef Leon County at the next dec thttieCIcrtuuI1 heir :bubscnptions said stock will be null and Jan. 20 Al1ministratriI, 1833.-24-5w I his profiMtonal' services to the citizens or Lewis in said about County twu with the sinrn.murder fNicholas is- Joseph B. Lancaster, )

in J'ehruary.J4n. v oid. Jot iN IALtKII1LL, Cahier. Lb Dr. Harrison, so well ind favora about five feel four inches yepe high thick Gregory set, light Isaiah D. Hart, S Jacksonrille.John .
tiln Jan. ?7, 1833.-25lf PUBLIC having declined Mr. Holland
( J 13S. 1 AUCTION. returning hair, blue florid Warren
-te l has determined eyes, complexion, reserved and /
HlilTY D A YS (rim the date hereof (Mon on \ here in distant in his ha, occasioned
NOTICE. T manner, a scar by aJun Abraham Du
iihorii.'i1 futore for Pout
\\"E nre 10nninee Captain several months during the winter the ,
I day the 19th of ,
day February next I slull I shot wound his heel. Of the above
iLfREI A. riMIKHas :i candid.ile I rrc ALl.. persons' arc hereby torwarned and cau- expose for sale. at public nucti'l to the,)highest. remainder of the time to be divided between the i is offered on by the Governor of Geor-reward,520 Edwin T. Jenks, J J St. AugUstine,

'/ Hif flice oi'Sheiill Leon) comity' fl'nl trading!I fur two Doles given \by> bidder, at the court house door in the cit) several nei;hk>ring villages, where he has practised g reidue by the citizens of Thomas Daniel S. Grwwold,

.1 the next ekiiOii. t no I"nn'ly t J"lm| with ami a James tn.Ueiial:>UUr, nth< \ l.tve. faillJ hassee, the following tiacts. and parcels of of'l'ala-, to All! extensively operations for warranted two years to well executed. county, and is now ready and will be paid; upon JOHN PARKH1LL Ca i.

Jan. ti( J93S.'e' comhlcralitl for whicho.II.IIUcS wit : The welt hiilfof the south-west quarter of the delivery of said Gregory in the jail of Thomas October 14, 1837.
\\cre g jen, and I shall nut pay the same s section 15 ; the east half of the north-west Charges a low a circumslIces will permit, and has
Georgia. Gregory resided -
nrc announce J. Iiii "n,, unless coml.elkd|. l by law. The said f quarterof to responsible citizens of Leon a ci edit county lately THE following
1'TE nqnrtctlo :1 : notes ate section 22, in township one two north County in or about Columbia Georgia and is names are the appraisers appointed
range 4$ ,

a : Coroner n.idc I. till 1st l 39
( !fo zit tie next eec- payable one on the 1irt d\yof January 18- east; the west half of the south-east t..f t January to be about removing to Texas. to appraise property in their respective
tiln in Febllr 3!!, and the (.tIICrfl the first day of January 1810. s Lcti(1 15, and the eat half of the quarter south-west Ptrsons ii this country, furnishing conveyance THE CITIZENS OF THOMAS COUNTY. counties, to secure subscriptions to the extension of
JO. lsJS-21 Ite,1The The. first is fur 8JCOO; waited their residences.Dee. the stock of
the the
other for the of /
samcamlun' section 15, a Jan. 6
Jt. 183
quarter township one, range tw., 23, 1837. *. 22-tfJjT
20- if
JUH.N GltA VES.llllldlo north and cast. Sold UNIONNK OF FLORIDA.
by an order and decree of the The Columbus Sentinel and
and L
hitiutioi (If our frontier for ,\ Jan. 27 13IKJj3v:: Enquirer, ,
r ,
call -- --" the County Court of Leon County, for the UNION BANK OF FLORIDA.ENEIIAL Mobile Register will publish' the above and forward I C.unrof.SI.. Johns.
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jmmediate, and efficient clTbit fir its prutcition. NOrICE. benefit of the heirs and creditors of the estate of -.1 meetmzs of the Stockholders of their accounts to this office. William Livingston, Frederick Weiden, Sime.u

Ten thousand. tioojis opposed toonc filth of tl!eirBiim'jfr A LL. person indebted to Walker l late the late Jaiiirs! Lemon deceased. Terms made said Eank will be field on the fourth Monday Sanchez, Joseph M Hernandez, John M Fontanc.
of r1 known on the of sale. CAUTION.
of sa\flies, lIre posted, no one know!. 2xL ( d Jlle, day By order of the Adi ia January next, likewise on the first County .r Duval.
are Monday
in the 1 .l'l.sOJ criiinty requested) to I i j I ministralor" and Admil'trulrix of Jme Lemon i or stolen, Wednesday the 20th De Joseph B Lancuter\Vm B Ro, John Warren
nation s
,hlrt. whilst the h"rtr"':tileinrnislie C )me and makf i immediate' 'a I deceased. inFejrnary next, at their Hankin; House[ in the LOST ,
I I I K.
I li.e. hiving: demands ) I 1/, 11-0 J. 11ACKLEY, Auct'r city tf Tallahassee. 1837, three promissory notes. One J Dart, Josiah Gates.
undefended and said
( posc.l to the maiaudms ; btiid'p against deceased wil Jait.20, Je38.5w iven br C. Ash for dollars and I
resent them in terms ol the hv.JCSSC JOHN PARKHILL, Cash'r. g Chares sixty County of Arachua.D .
of the foe, without an aim to l In e raised iltle te.lener. I WALKER Adm'r. JAY'S STIMULATING Du. 'J, 183T. 20tfM fi fty celts, payable to JOSph Ulmere ; one giver I M Dell, Thos Colding, Samuel Piles, jr.,"Cotton .
Upon the airnal of lien. Nelson with Ins Jan. 7. 1&:: \YI IUWCOUl 'r by WiLliam Campbell and Elizabeth Campbell, for Rowles,Jesse Manly.

irgimentof Georgians, Gen. Jestip, on I erei\'jlg : Ihtlllali1l, Gout, X}>rains, Bruises, ..Vtmftnrsi I A GREAT BARGAIN oixty dollars, payable to Stephen Bryan ; ole given I County' Columbia.

them into sen'ice, ,le< lared t'<' tlie Goxcinor Ins inntion I IMLLSSUS. DAVIS &(K;',. ofFer for 7"of$oflht tiLe Limit.'rck,,C/ll rts, Soitness Weakness, ,if Sd. A V b had by early appli-ation to the sub'by Joseph Stephen Ulmore.Bryan This for is fifteen to caution dollars,all payable lo Seaborn Ross, Jacob Summerlin, James KQ e-

of employing them in ,lefending) the frll-, 'ae! rl'ce.) : imported, and all of the : valuable Liniment is L Bribers who wish to onemIle persons black, James Livingston Robert Drown.
% frt quality: TItS warm and N selthcrJ'\R1 purchasing said notes ns htu
W. of Ha
albJ (011 li penrra- of the I paVIfJu hpnnulp. Gwuiiiy nllltfin.
tier, considering the loi.-e already in the field stifficicottoopcra'c an i. an excellent application for all the 1"0 Any person who said ,
Acrfs of first anil' Hickory James Bell Daniel
I uuve rate Oak with Bell Franc. _. .
Clous J R P
cumpl.lns. Gout and a favor by leaving them at this office tei
against ihe I Indians ; are removed I "rl i \v. Law
fHc'I.fulr Caper, C\'C/when ot Ihlutatism when r nearly 900 open, ;in a high state of cultivation wel I U. subscriber at JVfcnticello,in Jefferson County Archibald MeRae.CwurivofMadjsori..
'\\iththeprosrcttofsucha for the Lxeeutn*F bt.1Olli nat improved, with first rate ,
( Musliroiu.n. Catsup( all the remedies in common use S spring water L '$5jj. The particular dates and time of .
rcmsincd satisfied, nnd. our population! (ci.ntempla- Loin">n syrup, of high repute have failed. *Itallliiest good neighborhood and known to bp one of the tI t i steaL of said Dotes are not correctly John Miller, John C McGehee 11 S Linton, R J
fron tbe toils ol the There is oilier trouble l places in that section, the purchaser can I Mays, Samuel B Richardson.
ted a respite : camp: and a qmuand 11'Ilcrryllt'pr) required in the use of I JOSEPH ULMO11E.Jan. .
i it t, but to rub it well! h luve provision of all kinds on the place, farmin County of l
the Jeflerson.
peaceful winter in the tiijojinent t tl.i. Rispbtrry Syrup, to part" affected, with the utnsils with 13, 1838 3-4wp
1'1 stock ot all kinds.
H\sins I i fingers or a piece of flannel two three F McRar, Moses Ellis, James M Soott Wm Llringslon
But their fancied sliDuration. t smal or -
liomes. !ccurity was 1'1 .. times A liberal credit may be had on the greater I NEW i Paul
Sperm Candles. a day, cover with a piece of c'ry warm part GOODS. Ulmcr, L. M. Gotdsborough, E.
Tlie next intelligence of tIle foe came Parties uh flannel. of the purchase money. B. J. BARCO. Carrington Cabell.
supplied w all kind
: I.r PA STRYC'ANDH'.h i recemd from New York, a general as
ijunjrlcJ with the groans of their neighbors, nu.dCItJ I l: lush froU the iactoiy. This Liniment is of the greatest service to horses Dec. S3 1837. WM. HUGHES. JUST of DRY GOODS, consisting of the County .f Leen.

amidst the ashes ()their tl wdhn; -Jan.-27,_IK.'l: "-2Hf that are strained in the back, Sinews, or wrung _2i>-if I principal article ;in that line. Also, a lot of David C Wilson,Jas F Trotter, Thos Moore,
The plomic.1 guild, hen most ncedcJnrc beTonJ l FUR. ALE. !I i in the withers, likewise wind galls, old strains anl' Ready made Clothing, GPO W Daniel, Kenneth Bembry, Wm. Billiard
ANTATION a\cases of external injury. Prepared Dr. NOTICE Hats, Caps &.c. 4-c. which the subscriber offers Wm. Copeland
the reach of the snfftiers, and for augnt w e -- in JIlk! County, nhilt. by n II. SCOTT ,
four miles Irom rnnlainin, ) ,. about j Jay, Division Street, New York. Sold R. :1 DAVISON & l loW for cash or approved credit. County Gadsden.
;ytt 111)lre in the beartof l linll.Vbll! i llariann.l. two I! ind, retail, by Wad.lcl 'hOlr".le\\ are my agents any business of D
thousand :acicsof hdweel lour ana1 five hunelrcel Randolph &. Lewis mine in Gadsden county. Mr. Davidson is also WM. H. FIUNCIS. L Kenan, John McMiUen, George JPBraton,
I Lie done ? We have either to 1 leave 'urbicthr hacne, Florida. auhorizcd -
j t of which), Dec. 30, 1837. 21-tf Andrew Johnson T P
are in Cloti'-ation. Possession jrtv-iI to receive and pay the debts of the late firm Randolph. Thomas Man-
.n wholly unprotected trust ttt the unrciiaii 0 en nnmcilMifly. r -r Jan. 20, 13JR:: -21-tf Harrison roe, Joshua McDanjel Wm. O. Kenan
tcrm' Ipply)| to Peter \V. fi irm of and Wilder. A. U. Lanier
InJ (as it has, already 1'iovcd) fatal rcluncc upon I G.ltifrjr.| Tallahassee. or IC the subscriber! ) at W.M. H. WILDER. LAND FOR SALE. .

the Government troops 01) rake lin.1 oruanizcaulTicieiH tsu; .l elh. Pi: TLR W. GAU NOTICE. Apalachicola, 1st August 1837. 52-6m .I I will sell my tract of Land consisting of 320 County of Jackson.

force 'for EeIf-tIcfCcC. If any cit>cdien Jai. : 163S-25\vl JEt Sam. IK I II. Dvual, C6mplainant.n ) acres, 170 in a high state of cultivation, with William Robinson YoungJohn R Chapman,

'lint V In Chai.cery. GENTLEMEN good gin house, and screw, a sufficiency ol negro, Peter Simmons, Samuel C Bellamy, Jacob Robinson
tan be devised to a\lid a draft, we hope it \\1111 NE1ICE. Robert A. Forsyih, Defendlnt.IT ) ESIROUS of assisting in the establishment! cabins. and provisions enough to supply the plan iI. Wm.l\lc Joseph RussD. Pittmac. -

i.-1'insed with. In common with e\cry: citzelh'. IX months after*the date Ilt're"f.1 :hal;. npj-ly 0 appearing' to the satilaClol of the Court D uf the intended AVAIL ST.IGK LINE iron tatioa the t rcar. The land is situated 8 miles Countv Franklin.!

we deprecate another resoit to this means of pru\i I. to the .1101 o.r the (
ding for the defence. I ha hitherto drained on FllliJ' :, tobedi-charjrd"frimi.. ni fmtlitr duties as Tel;ritir but lives in some of the United State BOARD, are informed, that the articles of association lug Air Lorimer and others. Immediate possession Gautier, sef., Wm M Rowlet. ,
AIIIIII"'r' lo. 'I| ZK'haiiah Furl, deceas-d I It is therefore decreed and will be For terms apply to Duval and l
( ordered unless he of the Joint Stock given.
) dnniiiislied of tlic thi Company are in the hands County
)Imputation, tluproductK-iis com whHh, ) l 'tuis .if A.IJIIIS(1Iliol' ,, ,. here nod llutcin.Tallahassee. B. A. CIIAPPEL.Jan. JFashington.
granted appear answer the of M'lllum Wilsan
billon who Wm M
try, and cost the lives of many of our
we protest a.jaiiSt) it, we are (' tampcllcd I to G. BJCKLO 1 will be taken for c Jan. 27, 13'J-i:: ;.r OFFICE LEON SUP- County /Fallow
> mailers: iherc"! d 'creed COURT,
admit it i : theo-ily the accordingly. And it
!, icsource to meet is James L
PI'11ipS. !t!/ \\'I.P. rqi" my uttorny, and further ordered and decieed that this order of pub- THOU AS BALTZELL Middle district of Florida, Jan. C, 18J ). I M'Kenan'H J Ramsey, DanlMcLeod-
'. InJianG ; the N II Mitchell
jvestnl cmergell) I\fiy 1 picscntMa'e ]'(.t'Ifls an the lication l bc punted in COUNSELLOR Samuel Hale, Complainant, )| Neil McLellan.
I ha'jng ) ( :with esi I:1c: weekly some of the public tf ATTORNEY AT LAW j
of iiio country nnaht attack the wil Escarabia.
: : seat of Go\- I cal oil S. G. newspapers of this Territory for four montlm. TALLAHASSEE vs. :> In Chancery. County

eronlelltllsler"e thc Legislative i Courcil and court Tt-stc, THOS- H. DUVAL Cleik. FLORIDA.. Slaughter, Labu/an &. others, ) Jackson Morton George Willis, John M Hunt,

.' city and escape with impunity. r1 I'lCE. Dec. 21, 1835. (Copy.) 20 STILL, regularly' auent to business in the defenllanh.IT Thomas M Blount, F J Commyns, Henry Ahrens,
tre AKE t l notice tint ty days after the date hereof -41- ot a'lltle' Superior Courts appearing by satisfactory evidence, that the Henry flyer Timothy Furtchell, Jas Forsyth.

ESCOCI..UUST: OK \.IatEAcrVftES" : AT TiE I shall apply! by j'ic' tiul tl<> the Honorable I the. CITY STABLES, of Leon, Gadsdin Jackson, nnd Franklin Connties. de ndm;:, j.ahuzin. and others, together ) County of Nassau.

S)1u.This, is a Milycct of gieat importance I to Jude: of the Superior Court for the Middle District (Formerly Peter Roltrlsoti's. foot. He w II bis fount at his office on the hundred the unknown heirs of Augustine Slaughter Lewis Bailey, 71iomas Braddock. Thomas 11iI-

The inanuf of Floriaat, the next April term of.said I street East Hou e S'uare. near deceased, are not inhabitants ot this Territory, intx'tham, James J Cooper, Wm Franks.
our Terriory. 'ctnrer at the east are Superior C >uit for Leon County. to S1t certain' TiE toll,iwing rul's and] regulations: are adoj> to Ins residence, unless absent t-n professional busi- but reside in some of the United States, it is ordered County of Dade.

chucKhug at our apathy, and "ul oil: theuisi(, in said County belonging. to Elizabeth' Fot.t for the government ol the above stable InnI siness. that the said defendants do appear here on or County of Hi1Isborou h.

with the pleasing hope that :ouilier lack (,fci Ii- /.a<'h.trcili: C. Kort, infant hens of Zaclmriah C. will be strictly observed ; i is hoped they will' Dec. 30, 1837. 21-lf before the 15th day of May next, and answer the A Steel.

terprisc will soon gi"e them the entire cotitinl I of r\.r deceased, winch application/ will bo made. by i" -general satisfaction. and prevent any misur r- Complainants bill, or the same wilt be taken for County of Musquilla.
the of the while me as I iheetiaidian. Iall.apoilt"d. by the county '- dcrstanding- fc. SALF confessed against them, and the matters and things
manufacturing country, we set t court of Twigs county in the State <'f( eorsia. Tim Imp! of I Hack and four, $15 00 ppr d.t. A Tract of land, consisting of 1280 acres in the thereof decreed accordingly. And Its further ; County of Munro
cnQlenicd and s.itisticd. legardless of the omineu'Ildicati.n. an J '. of the fr-! F A Brown, C M Kelly, J A
S. G. HECKLOM.linds !. lack pair, 7 50 centre LaFayette Township,and about dered that a copy of this order be published week) ThouroB Gearft
.which are displayed on every hand.- Jnn. 27, 183 -23 w 5 Sulk' )and 'horse, : 50 .' 4 miles from Tallahassee. Il consists of the 9th ly for four months, in some i isthis Wearer, AIe.xanderPatterson.

Georgia, Carolina, and other wlthct n stat s, Single //oise. : 0 .. and 16th sections of that township, which lie contiguous I- District.Teste newspaper printed This advertisement will be sufficient authority for
NOTICE.Lfi do do week for their whole the appraisers and others to act.
and form
per length
have aroused, an oblong THOS.
by proper measures arc eneot ir- DUVAL
pn such enterprize.1. within their Imidcrs uuh A persons inJcbtc'i. to Letter Cfk laic of lure at Livery, per month, !5 00 01 I by i miles. Three. fourths of section!consIst: J.l,1 1838.-23-4m. I. Cl'l. The appraisers will please state in their return,
; llanolia. cnhi r by n"teur account.:Ir? rc.llC"tr to do 1 25 pet day of firat rale himmock, and the whole of is of the whether the lands they appraise are of the Itt, 2d
pint worthy (,f fdiliraaul. Shall: we {pv rnit o ur ake immediate Single feed, 63 cents the best quality. It has ben pronounced by cots, NOTICE. or 3d quality.Any .

Jeilhlors. without possessing:any &\crilr| natu- to the ublcriLcr. and prevent. KUH. pay.liient All res lined must be pud for in advance, un ncteni Judges to be one best sections ID thl: TRAYED Tallahassee about four weeks three of the appraisers will be competent tornrrtvr

IJnlta-'e" .\cr in, to eiK'.'urage ant: perfect 'V.BAILEY, A-rent. ls" person has tn account wi'.h the stables. very ferule and valuable Township. 1 1C.c since, a smal horse with a light niane and ael.

lu h c\Oltl)' project and not Icllln< l j to fol- D.-c. 23, !n7. 10-tf hor e delivered without an order from the generaly rood oak and hickory land, norlinns of til. and l.nll'- --Ic. ----------J Amr* nrrifk I I K" ..v.o. _..;.th. I ---- -t>-jDirrm-------.-.T-., r--.......:.....
? owner to his known len'ant. i'it I r superior quality, and of the character of soil star in his forehead. Both were in good order October IS, 11-37.
10.then example We have the vv alth, the "'a- Edward Lo< kcrman, ) Attachment for $30 .and Smoking in the .Stables is entirely forbidTh' I 'whic has been prove-1) to be best adapted to the when they left, home. They were last seen near All\\ the papers in Florida will publish the above

teril 1".1! the industry, to accomplish all that is \s. \costs ls'ueij by justice R. establishment wil tIe closed at 10 o'clock. Poi (production of full crops of fine cotton. From the the Georgia line in the neighborhood of Captain for one month, and send their accounts to the Bank

ne.*cs>!iry to the successful (- e-ttablitiiment and acjin Lewis Lyssird, ) J Iladdty on day of*.<7 sons riitcring. please close the gate. 'facility .fclcai ing this last section, it may be made Manng's. A suitable reward will be paid for for collection. hunMARSHAL'S

< .jt/on of many), nianufa'tuiies. us TI I lIE, rC'lh..llt/ and 11 others interested. are CANNON k RUSEL, Proprietors I I1 very soon available as a plantation) their delivery the wner. Apply at this office.
I IrC.II" in r< by / of thp institution, of said Jan. 6, J 1838. is SALE.
The tract watered
value Q-' I wel having a large slreim Jan. G 1833.
b 22 tf
e "
tlieprtsjicuty >i f our -
\ < :'it. try to u ,. ,
ten aii'l .
I aurlt1 to 3 al.II.lcad lo !litIU"'Orll ,i running tlir'-u; it, in a he.ii/hiul: section of the BY virtue and in pursuance ofa certain writ
awake to our true mieie>t!, ai.:.| in li.M out advai.-: ; ( .;. ti.. I itv.Jan 'tllSl1AI'S{ s.tiii.; : country, nnd jiffi.rding beautiful situations fora NOTICE. Fi.Fa. issued out of the Superior Court ol

t toeap'tnlis'.s: to r"u'e from tins II 1:1:5: | :! res.d.iiceThe t ihe .Middle, District of
: C liil.nrjy. 03-3mJLIITIO.V \.IWJjEant in puruhcotfa writ Rail Road from Tallahassee' to Copartnership. formerly eristins between Florida,for Gaelsden county,

Their establishment. will docieasi* o'a re-liance: open -- l flla. nut (.1 the Suj m>r C" uit offr.tho St. Marks, now near its completion, wil afford a THE subscriber and Joseph n,. Rowlep: at St. in which John C. Armistead, Adm'r, is plaintiff,

and connec'ion with, the luirthern M,urs, and : : OTICE.lWOTICE MitlHIe i I HI.tnri of 1'loiiila for Lt'ul n, .heap and icady access to market for produce. Marks, trading under the firm of T. McCarty 4. and Robert L. Harrison and Ira Sanborn are de

make us only what \vc should !h.-, when "e become : : I I- Jii-n-'iv' ;"ucn, that I an I 1'linn for f I winch, l'iuwiniig&.C.,. nrc piaintifN:: and OUII\. U A 1-ing credit will be given ,il the greatest part Co. was dissolved in July: lastAH persons indebted fendants, I will sell at public auctionon, Saturday

and J (411'n1"rr: to wit : Clerk, Shorn"/ Con I I SI.l.n de'eiidani. I ha\clevied. upon and will ei- of the purchase money. For Irrms apply to the to sa H firm are hereby notified thai the t 6th day January, !IS'jt1at the court house in
a State o"erei1 nidiCorrespondeii'e -" leI;1.1! :1f'I'ur41!I !1.> ldd, 1 I i in said. GllntY"I. ,,J puce sale, at public endue. lo the highest t '-'dder the pioprietor. THOMAS RANDALL. mcr.t mu'i be made to the subscriber,who is alone pay- duincy, the following; properly, viz- Five slave,

c'fthc Albany .'irgns.IVUOARA Monday day IVuruuy next, at the'1 At the Conn House in Tallahassee, on S.iturda'the Jan 13, '1833--23-4w entitled to receive the same; and no receipt will in Winny, a woman, aged about &J vears; Martha, a

rAI.I.K Jan. 5. following! ''; pici'ilirts,VI?: i 3d day pf Alun next, in legal 1 h'lurl, the fol GROCERIES future be allowed unless signed by him, having girlaged 19; Griffin,.\msn,2O Sam, 21; Henry

FRo At St. .Marks under the superintendence of G. i lowing property, viz.Lot No. I, TI art Sic.: 3, GROCERIES. furnished all the capital and paid all the debts ot aged 15'oLevied
THE Fn0NTI tR.--.t n attempt at niedi-] G. Holt, :\t Crll'r. and L. A. Madden. Tuwnslnpl. I Kangc I, N. alldV.., coniaimngtO "ttllT'E have just received and offer for sale the firm. McCARTY.. upon and to be sold as the property of said

ation: and nrgotiation, on the part of sonic ofour At i Ci'thlx-rl's, ,' Sim.Shell, Point' ut.der the &u- 51-111( ( acr-.s. Alto, the S. E. quirter of Section t'.l:h, f T low, Jan 13, 1.33 23-if R L Harrison, one of said defendants, to satisfy

tc respectable citi/Mis, between n tlif aiitlior, printnd' -neeor., A. .J. Fonester, l duard C. \'iil-IKtr Town'htp I, Range I, N. all \V., containing 1i9 10,000() ( Ibs. Bacon said writ according to law.
ities ami C. C. Ash. 44-K'Oncies.' 5,000 lbs good Cheese FOR SALE. S.I1. DUVAL, jtfanhal.
in C.tada and the persons on NavIs I ] At Miocker's .cross rOdoII.If ihe superintendence .. L vitd upon and to behold as the of 50 Boxes Sperm Candles Nov. II, 1837. ts
nd, has htln tnadc; hit it was Iiro- of I Hamilton" fid del< nd to property 25 .. 1 000 Bhls of Lime on board of the
:siiihlcnly TO'i P.ur Chain, satisfy writ according to (law. lund KaismslOOOtb { I Olive Branch The above sale Is
brig until
len ofifor some) cause or other, and a commiltoe and John Kearney.At Term*', c.illi" -to l h" p.i"l in kp.pi*. > expected to postponed Saturday
; wliieli Ii.xl Tall.I "lia' "*ee, lunler ilie ii| iint<'ndcnre of SAMUEL II. DUVAL) Marahab 23 Kegs Butter arrive daily, by SWAIM & MADDEN, the 3d day .f February next.
) did dries.
h.t'l flpoilhl| t not pto- :linu. < lll. luv II. l, Rir'hard. bliaffir: and Joh.1 Kia. Jan. 16, 183--24-7wi3SIar.Conlerlioiiary 20 4 Lard at St. M Jan. 4, 1333. S. H. DUV1L,
teed t{Canad.i, tllfl. li held itt .Smith's ISIack Dec. 2, 183;. 17 If
y "II,j jilijlit I Circk, und" I il.e Mipcnnlciiilefce 25 bbls Seed PotatoesoO Marshal.St. J.
coininunicatioiiviili, ( Van'I if Jaim llari I I Jnhn Smitli, 1'iedenek JTIaiuifaclory. ; bbls '
: Whiskiy
Rtmsflai-r. I "I al.t II III 1 MKS.SHS. Davil's & Kindons, respectfully no BARRELS Peach Brandy and Whiskey. Andrews slid Chipola Canal and
.Major 1 ) S niitli ol this place \\ctif :, : to the ladies nn- ID bbl! Sweet Malaga Wine 50 Pieces Bagging,

over vesfcrdav,', and !IH' (lisc, I T.IIt. Snni'ipl sa xii, m i they are now n.anufsrluring i Cottre--All of wlncli we ; whole- 20 Bass CofTee NOTICE is hereby given, that the annual
significant! .q'llcaraICl'; of his lifinp detained, )I At Steuail's l'ny under CONFECTIONARY( of every description; tale wtllli"loe 01,1 ) ,
the .siipttint' lid' iKe at a small advanee-on SpanLli; and American Seysrs i meeting the stockholders will ie held at Tal!

lie aild' besides, after his p.iprtsvere) di live-red i(,I of Willis.At H"r'C I C. Wnln'r>, Llija'.i' Joli isyn, and Jame's. opi anl'usile quality) Mr., at Gciardm'their establishment Jewelry e Jffcrson s*., G. H <& T. K. LI DEIBERG ER. In store and for sale at the Arction, Mart. by .lahassee l on the first Monday in February next,

"as oiden-d] to (jnit the provinrt store. Jan. 13, IJ.-l3-tf (5th) lor the
j I 1 he It.J. of
illwdi" Parish's Store, under the following, among other articles, san be had HACKLEY, purpose electing officers for the

811.le' declinrd {joiiijr over a lgdri. Gen. of .Miles Blake, Joseph Juj'n<'r, ald.luperin'enttnlc. Aldrtw 1'eiybr. at I all i tunes, fresh I Ironi the factory. Clerk's Office, Leon Superior Court, Tallahassee, Oc. t7, 837. 11-tf ensuing year, and fir Ihe transaction any

Wlitnr\ ) a ctir.II! of fins) \ill.i:e, oflVr- CANI)1ES-Ileck. Barleys, Frost, Lemon, Cream Middle District of Flori,'la, January 6, 18J8.Richaid TAX EXECUTIONS. other business which may legally come before
cdtopo. He At Slicher'e' under! tIle', Lontlo. leJIfUllt, re Cinnamon, Sarsaparil- t them. RICHARD H. LONG
was pf-rniifted to return, and| supeiintence John l.wis. {lose Hayward, Complainant ) virtue ot a tax execution issued ,
!treatedery while theic.) lie I hail an l It turn Manniii, ;, aol .Jrdm, 1 1. !Iehec. """ Rose .Stai, &c. vs. > Chancery- BY collector for Jefferson County by, in me the as Jan. 6, 1833.-22-td President.

At Crflar.':und<; tl!.e superintendence. of A. IROlS-PetreTlill, Acidulated Lemon, Thomas Jefferson Green Middle District
mtcnienwith the Governor ofmoic than deflnd't.IT ) Florida. I shall to
an:t Gr,, C. Cayenne. expose NEW DRUG
m'u'tir flannvrnian STORE.
and .1. L. Viewers
l1O Ur. I bugar Plums, Rose and appearing by satisfactory evidence, that the sale in the town of Monticello, Jefferson County,
The common report of tIle answer t fo i At Mnyii"ln, uinler ilie rinnndencc of B. Suar Almonds, Cmna- THE subscribers
I Thomas Jellersou the have formed
fll'l| men Hue's, dele/Janc Green,, i is not an on first day of April next, one tract or a co-partnerslup
this mission is, that the prison on Navr Is'-l' i I'yidV'm.. J. l.aili-y, and John Hainlin.Given and Cinnamon Cayenne Lozenges Comfits Sugar Sands, Caraway lt United States but reide in the of land situated in said County, numbers unknown parcel i in the Drug business, under the firm ot

and l may remove from thence unlolested. I Is vnder my hand' at Tallaliassrc. !this 1st Cakes,, Jackson Rolls, Chocolate, Peannut Calls and Burnt Almond: province of Texas, it ia ordered, that the said delenl.lnt levied upon as the property of Lewis & A'len, and Wad del, Randolph, & Lewis. -
Whether thc "pirates) ," (to adopt the name I)l .iarf January 1838. L. A. TIU.\lPSO monds, &C.SYRUPSLemon. do appear here on or before the lotli Octo- to be sold to pay taxes due the Territory and They have just received and now offer for sale!
berncxt ,
C. and
applied to them in Canada) consider i this a i L Jnn. 20, m*-24-lJ Ginger, Cugot, Vinaigre de t sane will, be taken answer for the confessed complainants bill him, or the and County aforesaid five cents. Amount besides taxes, nine dollars one door nortt of Mr Birge's clothing/ establishment .
favor Frainbois.Syrup etc against andiheniatters seventy cost. on Monroe street a geneaal
and arr disposed t8 of it I do Capelarr. and assortment of
accept t things thereof decreed
Fi 'kles W. C- SMITH
< ol all! in accordingly. FRESH ORUGS
not Lnoxv.' Tlic of the FOR SALB. descriptions salt and vinegar. iid it is further MEDICINES, POINTS and
position island! is ordered that a of this order Tax Collector Jefferson
a i I They will be copy County. OIL?
prepared at times together with
*tron ; one, but it is a bad place on which to p A nhirh ill lias been norlhi in rn h'but rse.a shoii Also tune.f Bupy, parties and private families, with all kinds, to of supply;pas bepnnied monthly fot nine months in some ncwsiiajif Jan. 8, 1SI$. 58-tf fancy nancies for'.he oilet a variety of Perfumery and
use Enquire r .
published this
sPnd the winter. try, &c. and hope by strict in Dslrlct.Iht. .711 orders from
Ht tlllN OlftCC.J 1 to businelo H. DUVAL Cl'k. FOR I.I\T} HPOOL.( Physicians, Planters and country
Reports are again circulated that Duncombe v'n" 1 .SIJIrApallu'hh'ola and their euJia avors to plcasH. to merits ci>.ro of Jan. 13. 1638 -23larn.nA : merchants, will be thankfully received and faithfully -
pairona i e. Brig Knapp, mister, is attended
is .
in force
in the
vicinity of Malken. Jan. 20 IRIS 24 nnrj to'V. ADDEL tf
tf recj-ivinj'cnriro will
Land CARD. AThe hail with W. .
These reports are of aerv doubtful rhirir- .. .Company,. For freijjht apply to J. H.
indcbte.d the
4. I LAND FOR SALE. to subscriber are earnestly ROBERT
tcr. : J lias uo 't(I I # T LYON. B. C. LEWJu
IS'otliing interesting occurred in this .
call and
requested to settle their
TRUSTEES accounts. -
and Directors the tract ofUAK and
TII1C above A HICKORY land Dec. :J,t 1837.:
quarter. Administrators and SO-tf
hcreliy. give nwtice, that a public containing 5CD acres, lying on LaKayeite's u ho owe for adver- WATCHES, JEWELRY. & ..
From the Buffalo Cummfcialh'crl"cr.; '.f Jot!, )the city of Apulachicda,' will take Township, within four miles of Tallahassee Persons ti si,: are informed that their bills are generally iiiciiAiii WELLFORD, T UK subscriber has on hind a handsome

FKIDAV MORNIJTG, Jan. />. plIIP, there on the se'oitdVcdncsdtty, being the wishing i to puiehuse can view the same by applying of smdlan for amOUll that reliance is solely had Attorney and Counsellor ply of the above articles, which he will sell sop-
on Law on
day of March ho"of payment as they are not worth as ,
next, under the direction 'to JOHN JUDGE.Jan. his usual terms. He hat in his
Wm Lyon Mackenzie, arrived in the city DdafieUl the trouble of/i/ >rced collections. '1 his remark TALLAHASSEE. FLor.nu_ __ __ employ two expe-
Joe-ih will
cr ] Esq., the Agent of the Com 13::, ia8.! -2: -3w u r.n.a.I watt-k mab snn.1 ha .1. r,
ttt evening and at the American IIo- also apply to :lie distant Patrons ol the Floridian,
put up pany.The WILL regularly attend to business in the. he will spare no pains to have their
*.tlle! camc, it is said, to provide an asv- agent is aUo nutlioiisfd. to sell nt private FOR NEW YORK. who owe for subscriptions prior to Sth April 1817.( of Appeals, and in the Supe.ior promptly aid in the best manner. work done

: \ is wife, who has hitheito} ) refused to sale, tlnit 'nan of the Company's land lying em both THE fine Brig CLARION, having fair The tubscrilr ;is very patient, but deems it but Courts of Leon, Gadsden, and Jefferson Counties. M r. B. .Vetcalf has resumed the Gun Smith bu
ides Ir tie Railroad, mostof her will have gie that his blacklist wil be ready Office N. E Corner .f M'Carty and Monroe siness in back
eave him. 1.\cel1alaha'be and St cargo engaged, sts. mj shop and will be
I While\ \ here, or on his way tip, Marks ; tint! also the (' Ockloekony a ;immediate despatch fur the above port- for the press,m the first of January : and will Jan. S, I83!. W-if 10 any jobs in that line. happy to attend

i I was arrested by the U. S. Marshalon the And Little rivers, in "Url)qunntilies as maybe 1'01 freight 0 passage apply to theCi'ptainon b forwardedo: Texas, Arkl's8 and elsewhere.WAI. FREDERICK TOWLE.

I charge of rai"mjr an armed force in this. state, "l Ierd np. .n. Also, alt) other tracts which in,ty i board or to WILSON. I NOTICE. Jan. fr, 1833. 23 tf
for t!ic invasion-of a be wRiitd. A company .if Surveyors are now I LUCK McNAUGHT.Ft. Jan 13,1831.-23-tf IS hereby given, that JOSEPH B. BROWN, I
countrytiili \\liidi we! e! rplojed in laying out said tracts Marks, Jan. 13,\0004: 3w agent of the Apolaclncola Land Company NOTICE.
Ire to ,
at peace. Messr. T. T. Sheiuood, K. Mlle. IreI'aralory --- .__ .- THE SU1SCRIBER, the general Agent of will attend at Quincy on Fridays and Saturdays, ALL persons holding claims against the
Brown and P. Dorshcimcr, promptly of 1 I The terms of the public sale will be one fourth CLERK'S OFFICE, LEON SUP. COURT, JPALACH1COLA LAND COMPANY and at 1'allahaj.see. during the J first days of ihe James Watson, late of Jackson County

*red! to become huh bail, which was accepted I I cash, approved drafts nt (>0 days on one of the MID. DIST. or FLORIDA' J.". t>, 1833. will open an ofcen; the city of Apalachicola week, to such proposals as may be .node either deceased, are requested to present them within the,
northern 'ities. liz1 Overttrec', Complainant, ) for the sales ol LANDS belonging for sale ol Lands time prescribed law
lad he liberated. The ( The balance in llue-c equal annu rent or belonging to the Compa bj or this notice will be plead
was amount of the I vs. >Chancery. to the Company, and for the transaction of Forbes' Purchase. in bar of their
k ai H bond all"yments interest ; and when said payments I ny on .Applications made i. recovery. The claims can be presented -
is $5000. are completed, a clear title will be given by the lenry B. Overstrce.1, Defendant, ) any business'elating thereto. Extensive surveys him in person or otherwise, in Quincy at Withers' to my agent, Allen H. Bush. Those indebted

---- ... --- Tiusiees.Lithographed. .j T appearing by satisfactory evidence, that HenA are nov making for the purpose of sales. Information Hotel, and in Tallahassee at the office of Thomas l- said estate are requested to make imm.e.

!AIU E I% maps of the city and tract of landrmbioeing ry B. o\.tJtl eel, the defendant, is not an in concerning the Lanes already surveyed or Ballzell Esq. near the Court house Square, will date payment to him.CAROLINE.

'J'EI"LIGENCX.POI'l' / and a half of acres, niaybc habitant of this Territory, but resides' in tbe State explored. may b obtine by application t> me at receive i prompt itten lio n.Dec. WATSON, Ad'rmx

or ST. JJ (AJK obtained at miliol o ice of the Directors, in the city of Georgia, it is ordered thai the said defendant do Apalachioola, t JOSEPH BROWN at 30, 1837. tl'-trMARSHAL'S, Dec. 9. 1887. 22 2mNOTICE.
of New York, and appear here on or before the l&ih day of May TAIolasee, who is authorized to -
.. nuary 12.-Arrived, brig. Statira, Uabbage, from For farther pm rlieula at Apalachiola. answer thecuU.lailant'.bil, or the came D1tend predared to give de receivefrupal- SALE. .

e Jan.York; merchandise to sundr>e!. Tallahassee. or Hiram Nourse, .alt:1 be taken for : and the mattersand Ibe property. Application may also be made to virtue and in pursuance era certain writot weeks afterdate Fshall apply to the
15.-Schoner u1l. Lewis; New pal.chi.ll.LOU things thereof decreed accordingly. John Cariiocba. at ]. BY of Hon.
**cutnd'to Orlcnl ; / Quinc fa issued out of the Superior Court of the Madison County Court for letters
Jan. 23. : matter otherf. A. DAVIS, nd it is further ordeied tat a copy (f this or-j i'i'A JOS. Middle District of Florida for Leon County in administration on the estate of JZIinoeth and Nan of

l -'chr. Ko-allhe Rogers N. Kingston, I JOS. M. WHITE, del be printed,. weekly!! for. (our months, in some pl. 13. J838-23--3i which John C. Armistead is plaintiff and David B cy Chapman deceased, late of said county.
ttatBs, rum, furniture, u., to msgttr. newspaper I'uuiiHiirii in thiS
DIstrict Macomb is defendant I will sell JOHN
'l at
.... r ustees. TIN public HOGANSDec.
al Cleared WARE.
tar 1'uckel New Caitle LEWIS CURTI*, President the Board Teste, THOS. DUVAL, Clerk. on Salurday the 3d day of February 1833, within 30. 1037. 21-4w-
lOfl\ewOrIeais via; t. J< ejih and Pensncola Jan. *0, 1838-24-4m lIE subscriber continues to carry on the manufacturing -
18. : of Directors. T legal hours, at the Court house in Tallahassee for CAUTION., -Brig Opulence, Sneeden, Baltimore; 'M4 The 'following papers will please publish the CONFECTIONARY..IlEssts. of Tin Ware, and will at al times cash, a certain man slave named Abram sged about -
cotton have hand persons are cautioned
on a general assortment either against
above three times a week inside until 7th whole 45 lexied and will be sold ALL receiving a
'a. March, [ yeaes upon as the -
20.-6chr. Van Buren, Gardner New DAVIES&KINDONS offer fo). sale or retail, on reasonable can sold property note of the denomination of $10'drawn |
Or- and bills a of said D.B.
send their Macomb
the ttrmll
office of the b to said
-Is', 101 bales cotton. t York .LY.I. sale Cloves of the tnt quality in b.ttles. in any Southern market, at store satisfy wnt ac payable to the order of Chs.Andrews, ami
American for collectionBoton villas my cordingtolaw. S. H. DUV
20.-ichr. Bunker ; National Peppers do in L, by him assigned to the order of Lieut.
tai. Hill WM H FRANCIS. L. G.
N. York Rag.
U'aner, Gazette A Talahasee. Jan. 5 1838. 83 tibi
Philadelphia Baltimore Marshal.
&lea cotton. ; merian. ; & drl do now an experienced workman, land; t he number of the bill is not recollected.-....?

\' I J ; 20.-Kchr. RoIIa, Ftrnald, New Orleans Glel Washington Charleston ; Intelligencer Columbus da. ; do all articles will be made to order in the above line, Bushels Salt in bulk and afloat, for Said bill was stolen from the subscriber, bat asotr.
Ga. 300
Itn. FJoridian, ; Enquirer, ; Candid fresh from the Factory. and all Job work done without delay either in the sale. Apply to Swaim & Maddea name is not upon the bill, it will not be ptid, on
\!*- 23.-Brig Cyrus, Woodulle! New York; 729 Jan. 20, 1833-21-7; Evening t&hl7 Journal, Albany. Pastry of all kind, for partita. tin ware or sheet iron business. I?'. H. F. Su Marks, or Robert Lyon Tallahassee.Jan. less forged. Ten dollars reward will % i paid fe

*cotton. I Jan.3CMfl3S-84-. ; Jan. 6, 1838, K-tf 6, 1838. JB-tf the bill icturned to L. G. RAC !fvAjQ

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u -
-4AUCTIONEER .L :!.j- -1 .. ----- -
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. A fresh supply of VALUABLE MEDICIN E jndltins' Patent Specific --'

NOTICE. THE Subscriber is authorized lo sell three va informs the Citizens of JUSt j The above Ointment is offered t* tho Lli'I

SIX months after date 1 shiLl prescnt my vouch Tracts of Land situated within 5. 12, RESPECTFULLY vicinity, that her SEMINARY PREPARED SOLELY from vegetable matter I a tale and certain remedy for tho e obu P

*, and apply to the Hon. the Jud& of the and 25 miles from Tallahassee. The first contains for YOCKC LADIES, will commence on HOUCKj Baltimore, which maybe I eases, toine .f which have w Uog baffled tiut

County Court Gadsden county, for a final elUe- about 1920 Acres, 150 cleared The second 520 Monday, October 23d, in time Rooms lately occupied lakn with perfect safety by all ages & in all di.- medical teienee. i

meet and discharge from the administration of the Acres, 60 cleared.! And the third 8SO Acres,about by Airs. Orchard a Seminary. ease; its curts-are for the folUn inp diseasesDyspepsil :- lit While 8wellini.f every de eri

t o Capu John UilhslaLcoj Gadsden county, 200 cleared. These lands are equal to any in .Afid- The instruction pursued in this institution will Loss of Appetite, Indigestion, Inflammation 2d Sore Legs and Ulcers of IoDlltaAdioi a

dIe Florida, and will be sold on terms advanUigevui embrace a complete English course. also the Modern of ihe Stomach, Heart Burn, Diarrhcea,Dysentery 3d Schirnwor GUndalar Tomoars

JONA. ROBINSON, Administrator. mQ Dm lJe g1E Dg to the purchaser. Languages Music, Drawing, Painting, and or Flux, Piles, FisiulaObsirucied Mensura- lllOM hardened amours ia wontea'a bre.ufleaiimet .. -

:August It, 1837. i.6m H. W. BRADEN. Fancy Needle Work. tion, Ague and Fever, Billious or Remittent Fever, terminate in ulcerated eaaeers 1r\

ADConimIsion Tallahassee March 15th 1837. tf 32 The present icrm will open Monday, October23d Typhus Ftver, Scarlet Fever, Small Pox, Erysipelas 4th Felons[ er what some people know

I'OT1CE.L merchant. and close July 23d, comprising forty weeks or St. Anthony's Fire, Asthma, Pleurisy, Measles name o- Catarrhs of every decnp I,'

A L persons will take notice that 1 have thb QALB DL1'r Mondaysand MILL SANS, &c. The term divided into four sessions, each succeed. / Yellow Fe'er, Costiveness, Wind on the Stomach 5th Rheumatic Pains of thejomu.6lh .

y alcd in the office of the Clerk) of (Vadsden J Saturdays. FORTY Mill Saws; 2 sells large PaL Scales,!I i I. ed by holidays of half etk. or bowels I Cholera Morbu, Consumption, I Sprains and Bruise of d

County Court Florida, my 1na report and account N. York ASt, Marks liilf of Packet* I Rowand's Tonic Mixture. Received TERMS.For Influenza, Colds, Coughs, Inflammation of the in wcaiever part initiate. every KriDtia* *

as Guardian o tie late S. Ma.hburn, and uu cotiMunmmt i and fur sale low, lo close sales, by I tuition in all departments of English studies ehesl, Palsy, Gout, Rheumatism, Intiamatory sore 7th Tetters of all kind*. .In this

tat S soon a the law allows$, I shall demand ol G. II. 4- T. E. LLSDENBERGEE. per year of forty weeks, ',OOO, for those over 12 throat. Croup, Inflammation of the heart, Dropsy, patient in applying the Ointment complaillC .

said Con the settlement thereof, ana my discharge a July :9, 137. __ 51 years of age ; or those over 8, and under 12, S40- Rickets, DUeasef of the Liver, Jaundice, Difficulty par: out of waler. mast ket,l -

Oct. -Afrfa a guardian. TiiOS. t It.1' NOTICE. and for those under 8, *oO; half payable in ad of making Urine, Gleet, Hysterics, Nervous anti bth ChilbLain, or parts fleeted by .
vance. Scrofulous affections of the members and ligaments. TO TUJ- PUBLIC.

Adminl-rtralors' Notce. FIRST Rate: Vessels and experienced .Vasiers I THE su w ill cribe hereafter, havmjlornred conduct the a copartner business Modern Languages, each per year, 1500.. Mercurial I and Venereal diseases, Ulcers, b res. A t '1 be feillowincommunication! : addressed
NOTICa"j is beieuy given that )anu. be employed in this line, t'1 sail from ei 'ID the name ofSTEAI1T Drawing and Painting, 810.Jftisic fections of the skin & all diseaves arising from Im- proprietor of J udktn'a Ointment from IA '
ol Gaddeti count; Court the uuccraigned ther pot t-a vessel will ml on the S.h; and i4th of[ | 8100 for the term. pure Blood &.c. Price per LouIe $2. John Taliaferro, member of Congressis

.'dm1l lr"lor of Thomas \Yjnn, deed, every inon'.h, atd oltcner, should pjtroua"e reo |i A- BAR.TAHD.'iTheu Embroidery and Worsted Flowers, and work,$7. This medicine has a powerful effect as a Springand leresling. The gratuitous manner in whitV bight

Will make haul report and &ettlcmeni vi aid es quire. sh"p111 be found at the oldMand formerly AIATERIALS-EXTRA. Fall Purifier, in these whose constitutions require made, exhibits teelm;s of n. '

tate- and six months fro.u the date ierto1 will apply WM. WYLLYSP/IATT. Ac-ntX York, I!ocuipied by .Mr. E. B. Perkins, ojooMte tie market Each Young Lady to find her own sand!: and nourishment and new vizor ; such persons towards suffering humanity ; and ordinary u eh

for a discharge. and letters du>uussoiy Irom w ROB'T LYON, Agent St .SIrks. hoii
court at :ucn administraioi s. .II I St. "JarJ.s'lrnI15, 1 Itsl: ?. /.1y'r. I They will keep full assortments of Me-dicine! *:, Boarding can be had for the pupils at the Seminary bottles, which may be taken with"regard to drink '.ISHI.GTOJIIJa .

-- Diug: Chemical*, l'at111leJcine* fc<*., ar.J I and (nllllli fir WYNN, : m genteel private <: Many persons are for the wan Sir-It has been my wish Jora C.
11= U. H.OJ > OT'I c K.THOSE :. I nlexlge: theui clve.s to "eil not'unz! 1-n genuine articles. Every attention: u ill be (paid to the .Vind and of liUxxl being purified Thousands r>f'tersonsaredcsiioying communicate to you tLc ;ond eiI'tetilb considejj-jj/ '

Jury IGI, Id37.-50-e.n per"ns. \ iio are iiu'ebted! E. B, J. LDWIN: STEUAUT, M. D. Manners r ii the Young Ladies committed to the their constitutious by neglecting to apply I have used the ointment invented by JJr .l.

ru 11cE : by nu'c 01 account, are ear-: I. -7-tf- .ED\\\- .- Ali.V-IMJr. charge of Miss 1'arrott, and it will be her effort to a [>roj cr remedy; to such the !'31,?ceA will!I be i|and which 1 now understand is made and, JuHiT

n.I ly requested) to ijnKe nnin-d'ate' payment to TO THE ASTlLM.VriC it"cON7i'iU'TlYE.HC ] merit the approbation other friends and pations. ni"re doubly valuable as a certain and! elrcet-i agents appointed by yourself. I have sold

IS HEREBY GIVEN, thai at the .ulJ.nuary the sub-ciibt-rs bcluri' the iir>J e.l St-ptemi-er, a< all V ino-l prevalent and fjtalof all Disea4's Young Ladie-. disconnectedvh the Seminary, ual means (.f restorIng them to perfect hialth and- during the laslliiree nppl jomtfiient

term ot Gad>den County (.."ur the ui.dir- accountJ- remaining U'JI.'l.J: at that elate wil. be PUI 1' incident to c/\ IhzeJ .QCIt'tJ-ll&e Consampiunenerally can it debited, receive initiuctiou in any of the viror : few families are extrnj.t t'rom Scorbutic cie of tumor and wound, Without years failure to! even*
igned, the Execu.or of l'hl.a F. U )ynn, M fan w atxecuior > into the hands of an attorney for collection., branches. Atiections which exhibit various to f
-may je trace-1! 1 Ie the least Alarming o symptoms as Erup- | duct a cure HI every HlstaOc.e. 1
Benjamin B. make i.nai report E. BA1 .mn Jr. 4CO. kcrLntxcEsGea. Brown Ju'Jge! Randall Gov. Ulcerations consider MI
wil disorders, a .ltg-hll.ut nct-ecicd cold. By e.tinMtion lions Debil.ty, Loss of Appetite ai.d most decided arid ttScient in
and settlement of :old CHale, ana MX u.uDths July I I. 16J7.-17 For E. B.Peikins. Call, Co! Bu :.Vr.Tallahassee Digestion all from remedy all ou,
it Limit arising bo: l. and if
appeai-i tine hundred and' lilly thousand impure <* tumor, be the cause whal it and
lr m tie date hereof will apply for adi>chargc and per Oct 11th 1637 IvMwTO may, ba.efc,
letters diMni&x>ry from *: cuurt as s uch eiecu- ({ '.\ '. USIIIP.I 'oncdlt annually oft the corloluruptim. Motl of these nut properly ntteiidto! to, are sure to ptcduce the nothing so good for wour.dsofany descript"oB
lor .{ said UI dreadful results may l If atliibuted to common cold, greatest injury t.> the ClJO Ulullun. Panacea is re- may be proper to add, that the cure of
lo' BuL. JOHN II Y.' '. THE --ul'>criber have this d.iy entered, into I and a ne h-rent treatinenof the li\-ra"siri r couzh I TilE PUBLIC. c.Jmnl'ndtd ill all seasons of the vrnr- .. anti- -in-- .ri.irli-- -. call t .>dlJle l_ "1Ilt" S\\tUWI'I..n, /v..,A.. k? .tdistinguished (l|
July I ; I uadcr the fiun'of -- n u -- < -n .
:tUl &. Co. nt1-hlrl Taft, Holt that ei.Mn-rally ensue*-winch is u-uallf GiIo|| \ej "by It is due to Miv PARRO IT to state, that the cular us a preventative: from nil diseases in warm cli- physician* as ir curalle"Ioc., and
:coTIct:. O. ., TAPT, d.tiicult breathing pain in the fide and .tlasl fI| charges in her school, both in their present re- inttesand those persons, when diseases are prevalent they have t.lelIJtdouIJ, without

.vooth. After 4lae. I al.el present my ac- GEURUEU HOLT CCrdicil LUll'ivl..L ond icpealed Asthmatic attacks WtM I, and in theiroriiinal form weie Jct..r&nin"-l by taking; the Panacea three orfour tunes a j prove f..tallo the patient, was under ampubui iron
SIX alo bring on the .lv... the first "eeIC,fir lhr. "r four t 41-.1. ...onfur my *
and Vouchers*, apply tj the lion. GEURUE .MILLliR. Consumptive symptom[ One by -rt. .r r..t. In instance, j hen going ate notice etfreK-d}'hiythe use Judkins
County Court of Jdrcrbl county, fur a final St.MarlsJuvI,1S37.: ortwu dollar expended in the purclm*. .f a friend "as cousuhed, who l.aviug children; tonlucate lobcd, and the pers-n may fcur no apprehension of i and the patient is in fine health ; his limb ffet.

ment and discharge (ron the aJuiiiii.iraioii i bCUJ. j 51 DR. KELFE'S ASTHMATIC FILL?, from motives of dd.cary ailviseda. higher ('cm-1 attacked with the Cholera! Yellow Fever, or I I Ianyoihei by lime tumor Lung restored to a perfect

vsial* of James IIaIhlate, of said courty. N'-qg.i 41J1j'T1 I and a little attention to their timely Jmin. t
JAMES: L. '. iviil! icr in con.qnencc b.Mngiutiintted for ftnut-ra-! tf the sy stem, ihmby invigorating the had been wounded and exhibited
ect.tscd'i 1 E imdrioe.l rr'jvtfnlly; informs thepl.i ), HMmiiy injure a mitigation eif these I one dreadfc
Aug. 13. 1'37.' 26m tion, I ht UlId( isined. allH".:1 1111 e JciLeratioi'ee-: !j tiliitlt.nni.d enabling: it le' bear the debilitating ulcerated surface from the knee
liters of Leon and m rtl'rl! .ail lI utIl.tIt.'ct! a cure- The Tills! to the foot, i
cidd j elfi-cts of all
.. UI"JIIlhc present rates, as the hwer.duc'i i'-n j, climateu; is c.vcy ld by the circu- 'which fur than
md' C ami ai'pcinll'.1: DAMB C. II'II."UIII" .. I arc alMi an and) cirectual f tr I riK-re two years, had been ei.
NOTICE. t.'ney easy remedy J the which i
i i to sell J E. \\. ".tt's pan nt Cotton CJ.'LTIVATcMlri. in m -olllt is pI"II.1- makIt I; wiifi j;I i ir latiiig fluids and turrets their tendency to all j!i r i ered ii.curabV, w.i" etfiCtually cured by the* '.
weeka after date, I shall apt ly to the II.-n. |j lift | sympteiis iirTcelinij Jind arcninj-ai-yiij-r I tl.e .al |'!'ire tliat the undersigned: ctfer this > xphn ., disease s w Inch ongit.atc in vmat'-d blind| diseased cation cfJudkin' Umtnient. i jt:
SIX respir/fully ismus llle l'.all't. mention these
Jude of the C.unty Comt ol Jetttfr i*n coumy and cxiiniiiie fr:> themselves.; III to call! ) si 11111I:1} 8 mid Ctiiivun.p'.ioii( : iiir: tohI! ", ci>''i;(b! and re--oriiuiend t<, Ihe'atn.I/ ';t ..' lin-u ::: liver,! app-Mite, or predisposition loatkc-l I l;I cases, which fill under my inuucdiaic f.I -

for of admmluduol on the e'tae: (only in i, [ diine-tiity: eif !>rcJtliiiiir/ijrliincfs and Mriclire 1.10'ltizell*-, a M-minary in which the high in-'rul :,: Huns e.t the liu-;.. '!! decided nJLKe.
| inana evidence
C. 1'. CLABAUrTillalsatsce ;//. :ment, at a f the efia
this county) of M'llliam l T M'Ckujn, kaLe of'' : DC'-. -20, I l30. 21-tf acrhs; tin rlie>l, \berziitg;, join; in the siil', and inte.Iectual: character o! the arcompliNiied principal It referables: I'll point of lastc and iavuur! a rich !, <.!' this' remedy in cases of tumors and of ulcer

said countdeceased., "1itljll oftJ"d: C. 1'evv ci-cs can occur tf 1 i. i'ient guarantee to the PUPI S lor the :(;- c" rather than a medicine. Every person after i nave experienced as decidedly the efec

HENRY( Y. M-CLELL.-JN. (:.\L"T.O\. H I any of ElLis ca-s! of dionrdt-r.-- v.hirh the j1u'ella quisitin of all that i is useful und oruamenul in polite taking mercury, ill any way, should have recourse I Ito this remedy in the cure of Ulor.s,good and of
Mount Verntn. Flo. Dec. 28. 1 137. educat! .-:. one tuu >. )itles of this medicine. evt
r In
17 LL > :
A pcrson> ale her-1 h'' :Uf.t..J 3:31.1 t trading ,. .f Dr. Relle's! Pills Will not I find a rich the decline species oj fresh wound. It seems to me that a

KXECUTOll'ri: SALE. 1.m. f'ir three -rtain prunus.uiy in-te' drawn I ty: return 1 fur ihtir Jritiinj; expenditure Thomas Han all, (f life, /If"hen the system has been impaired one who will observe on the operation of this Ii.
the urider! i2tied.. and niiiltt mraine: J.o.elh R. Thomas Brown by nourishes, sire.ngtheiis and supports nicEst te satisfied
to -. I'ricc-wJliJle! luivcs. -0 lulls,, siliilf J .. b.\'f' must as 10 its beneficial tfc
IN pursuance of a Utcrreofthe Superior Curt I frail, or beirer as full"" s. : li pill!>>, 50 cents.F.irsale - -.n- Francis Epl'ei, I it:-it IS tOt life.presuming toe far to add, that it actually 1 can with the utmost confidence rtcomQeodi 1
M,ddle Florida will l One sole dated on ihe ieith Jul] 1 1' prolongs
c u10t'd foe |>ub.ic ). 37, and pavab.'e use of this valuable remedy.
& BARNARD. llaywaid; This I'a, has been
sale atTulahaiee; on the 3 Dec. I 17, is.N. Ki.Lcrt J. IJdckl for a short lime and has receiveel ,
thoutaiid d".lar Icy. more testimonials:
Land in
next, a tract of t Jd'"uol nt!, :together j : JOHN TALIAFERRO.
with the fule ( \ 'I Oneni'ter-t the .samf e'.ate! and) Oct 2-J, IS T. \h! I in its fivuur l lir its efficacy, in so short a time, than T. Mr.I Charles
Negroes, <. Ttgoni $ <: bJo-iging to payaMe on the LEOcoe :__ __ _____ Herstons, proprietor of Jutf*.
the estate vi the late T. W. >eat iook. "Le pr.'j-: j fntdiy ol J. nuiry. I K;:f.I.r two thousand .Johlai!. Tr COURT. KAST: FLOHIIJLIL any other ni-diru.e ever ise.ovcrtd.aijd its nan'e at i VmULclIl, near Fredericktown, Maryland.
ritywill be bold on a credit, the note for I On-iioe (.t the same d.iua, l payaluc: on the J.sia1, EJ>"-n, 1 -\-'IIII"lt : Attachment( for HOAI I ..CO."J : holm: and abroad will induce hundre. s, aye, thou- JCJ"PILEHcCJ!

Suiiincn4 ad r> -. fur $&) 5U| dam. J.1J"J TiTICE i-. h'-r&.y: iiiveii, thjt a mee'in! e-f the iandi. to 'pply 'fL'1' it, to reap the true virtue I Before leaving ik-oiisboro, 1 had heard mock

J.f:, ti.iU'DE 'oii>iJ'-r'non.t:red OP--II, we are tt..t e rintet1 not I I elcfi: : iidaiit, in said case and all others mJL I Iump.tny1lI1,: held! on tl.e fir t Monday of ..t'cl.ruary attempts/ may be made t- impair proprietor, named lierstons Juukins P. Spec.

J. A.CUTHBLRT: : lu pay tnhei ol the said notei, html nc ceunplit ti<..t"l! \\ill tike notice of the initiation t.f h ', 1-34.31 linH-pa-l! 3 n'cleick, F. M. at -t.,. I the c.>.!d""ra m.fthme public: in the efficacy ar.d I ointment, made by C. U rllons. near Freo>
EieCUtOlfeJeflerion "Uh his agncinciil, or untIl a allJre a'll-"d they are ( 'mUlt'rcl /fh.iif 1 I, ill the city cit Boston, t-. .lmi..s.I : ciiraMe "> 'er of this medicine it "ill go UII toeo(1er : Alary land and of its descried efficacy in curespersons
.M./RTIN Direciois fir the cnsuliiij: year, arcc.tLly to the net ui,tase, -veheaflii.ted and for il- I
county, 32d Dec. 1S17. 2-w! PAL.VKR, remaned tappear and pit ad t'' the declaration filed of earn with whom I am well acquainted. Su,
\ \-:> L. PARISH, in s-nd ca>e, according t>> th- statute ii. su-h case inolllOrati"I| and to transact any other buiinesj sell the ;, " ADMLMSTUATORVS SALC. ;JAR1U3 made and that may legally come before ii.LUVID. '>jii'b. Already U a- earned I fl r lUelf
WILLIA.MS. provided DtVALkLLI::, > a namewin. cure en a friend of mine afflicted with the Piles
.i.'r.tice1o.Jeffmrscn: county, s'enu 30. Ifj7. I II 1 ENS n.AH; h J" I..rIlJ.f attackstani.ot reach ; lhal! such IS- self been sufferer for
for Having
N of a decree ,.fthe Superior Cjuri .ttys p'tlFSTORAGESTORAGE my a some years
pursuance .
PrcMdent E F R R ( I
I S-tf 0.HI.n the fact, the iiuinbcr of lelieis
Ht-rt'rner' 2.ith I S37 in possession ii.ustluily this disease
for..ViJde: Florida, wid be exposed for public t tf Sept 12, 13 73. 91'tROYdII(1'S satisfy the itiost incredulous aid distressing I now unhesiuun'ly |
Tallahassee: 29di : ; were it necessary plied oii.tment own case and
ahe iii on day of Jjnuary 16a Uanohall' \Vorin Syrup your my amp.
;8, tractol' 90J acns 240 of winch recommended, to all and others : Tonic 3Ii\lnr audL.taita- there ceuld be obtained numerous tesiimo- : lifted that 1 can say it made a perfect cure.
131'1 parent-, IIUIM-
cleared, belonging to the citato of the late W Is who have th'in.iiia; cment of clul.Iren. as TIME ub"lri"er 1.l\'lnga?aili nnttd those large Costive FilN. rllas ul: H tIle sanctity .f the oaths of those who, i J. -. BENTS, .
c i cuiirruiliu'i- wire'ioties' lxin Scixaswjnhoues N consequence tf the nii'ncrnus nfempts t. alttr tutTerin'C the most acute and loi.g protracted I
Mevens. Tenns one fifth cash, the bu.jncc .na he most ttVcctual WOKS: IJE.TKOIIXG mcJciii >t-rii .is g I Counting room, Lombard
: : yet will pilru iniit.iti'iiis of 1:,,wall.1'salu.... I illness have been restored to healhbul ,
ciedit of fiveyears. di I."ereJ. C'ntmjto let'CIG.II.IO a t..i .sI.urluJs[ t entirely it A few weeks ago a case of woman's sore brt.t

JAS. G DSUEN, Aj'mr I'I Thi> syrup brsj'Ies! beina safe and active GooJs nn btll"IC. Fioru his ex['.iif ne III the 1 Isi. ble Medicines I on the public' -h1' Ii.,s deli-mnn to doenot enter into ihecompiei.ensionof manyhowit canoe under my notice, the breast greatly influx
vermifuge -
binrss. LA riitUrs! Jiii confide ih' sil: s :';'i"\ '.i, diifercnt possible for botanic edicnie etlect
Jan 6, 1838. a.-MsADMINISTRATOR'S : is agreeable and j.lea-aiit to the ta>te and >)-ef! that he rail :ive satuf.ic- ely Hgcnts III ( to such !; the nipple scarcely to Le seen-her appeanca
n 10 child will refuse to taken. tion to tniwho! may extend l', luin lhtr [,.Itr..nage. (i.utsof the rf'iinii y, Iran whom) nlune the genuine wonders' m the healing! art, as experience has clearly spr-ke the great misery she was iaiM; '

NOTICE. It is al.o happily calculated: for and !Ji> wdteh, -e: are in /...d order, and j 1"t-i-' in tides c.u, $i'C had, and to IIIII! the flare etl'e tu- proved them coinHtcnt[ to pei form, but such are the told me she had been, utFcru.i; three months v.Ii

A LL persons having claims: ngainsl the estate removing many oihcr .li>ord-rs to which preventing chiMn, fe mty secure from fma, < al'"i from inuiiJaion l I.y ully"t I tin* uii|' 1M'i: <'.'. of unauthorised vrnd-j i: IaCl that they cal.nol be denied. it.ari'jwdd carried lo lift bed ; iiie then W U.

\Vm.Canon., decejsed, are requested to are sul>jet, such as bowel or summer niplainis hi gh h tides, to "1.i'cli nliriv i.laoi.s on lIme areliable. f'rs. he has; ifi.truteil! hi. .' :ents III B,.- The above medicine can be obtained .f G. H. & .seed p>ulice! to it; other J.ioga had been tried. I
them Yolk, I'hll.i'i'-lj'lii.i, .,,j n.iltiinare. tu make T. K.: LI. DE:CEla.a'l lohrljC *
pre ent duly authenticated within the tius tt lianhxa or loi .enc--, tumiiin and J. BAILEV. & I sue-1. advised Judkins oi.tmenl, knowing it had ifcj
precribcd by law, and those indcbicJ are requested -. w valuable for allaying ihu .e pains which;pur:children iij?, it is M-mn.iiitI-t. 4, 18.17. 9..JmllUOl tales la 1 merchant* and others of any of the Medicine* iI4ss.e', FIriJa, with proper directions for u"I':1I1a.-1! successful in like CastS. the got and ap1hedii

l maire payment to the ubcribr. s uffer in t-utting 'h"-ir tecih and i( previously: -UI\DERY. la be carritd.VA fur sale a ""l. L:ngv 1'I.Hiuc |! 'Ion-asoj', JIiffia (.tnimtg,Pa. Jay 3. t Cording lu the directions accompanying it; ia It

:(. M. MAllTIN: AdmV. ti ed, will rcudcr this OJ erativu t.fnaiure pTic-tly THE Subscribers ha\'eo'enedt bin'Jeryiu Tnl- of a pernicious article in imitation .,f the .tIllII.e I| Mu. JACOB Hoick-Mr, I feel my>c>l tunsirami hours all pain was g"ne ; it broke, and comma) '
Jan. g. IS''. 22-I wFOUR mild and free from .Mitt I lire have bf 11 mnniifactuinl I by Lucius S C'-n- i to inform of the eti'ects ed
danger. It imquaIytheacous. : 1i hasee, and are prepared| to execute all liranrhc* yoa thai your Panacea L discharging coiuuayand s*> continued tmj
in i rickets anIII the iutantitf! tuck & Cu.If New York, iir.l *tnt to the South far j had on me. In the I--JG : the days the relief from )
reinittfid IfX'c-r. I: oftheir business in liS gooJa 1:) le as can be done ,al The year during montns ; ixucme pain to perfected !
:U1IC1. : nariic "'fiifrtniinstead of 1\ and
weeks shail to the is recommended with lie assurance that it h fully: elsewhere.Papcrruleil. is ; Jai.inry. FetruarJ, I.ueh and April was ccilhiyed exoilcd the woman' astonishment: a few djjsnciucea
d.te 1tl.e b"iilts f'f the mutation.
npfily o The
tb.- County C'juil of lot a id'' ; : to I th." [jiMipuifs 'im-rnled, :and thai much foi lulls, leiterj. c. :Miuiric arucle In ttira-hin-; with t. ra.>hinj* machine, and I her breast toils usual stale, and ineiriuiijr
Le.J County uoit' be derived irom : may be h.j of the following; [''ersoiis, "dO are Ci-n h*. ClIJ! and -he da>-eeoicd settle: the cure was C. I1ERS1 0 S"
leave to the rtal c ti'lc of James g may iu nuplicity and in- Paiticular atlt'lIll'n |p ud to re-binding! old !b joka ; : lo onlmii my complete. >
Iel Jr. teWp.iHrs ime oimiy .Ige j.'i iln f l'1..nd.t .,
in and
Bryan Ge'r
<> .
jyccnce it ,-anuut do hann.Dueciions p.trt ; .>. -utiercd nd Frederick 3 1325.BtWARE .
l *c Couutv dicrasel. any : M '?'7.Ilei.e.. ulUclll'aw[ >> could! no lungematez.d county, April ,
'f aid E. Du nard .trr (jijncr .
1 ) jr. Ag nt, TallahasieeViIliam ::
ELIZA BRV A N accoinjanyinj: eah bottle. The subscribers pledge thTnseltc; that all ciders \ Ki ii C .. Thf to my busins; the i lain was located in my OF IMFOalTIOM.
Jan. 6, 1938. Ad'mr.-J2-Iw : larshall's compound Syrup of shall be executed with neatne-s nd de-p.itrh.C Jones C. Er-'lcs rr Uuinry< ,>iii.ibvilii: tl t'ao:, paitifjiarly on the !I. t. side. I was also althcted ; Messrs L. i. R T Low nJos, merchants,Cumltilvf

i,'crn-of'l. L'S 1 1.V A\-IIA V \\ AI 1 1 U. y ii (.'. t wth riihmsweatand fever, I sought the aid[ ,f fet Gentlemen-AsMrHerstons agent for the u.Ji
w.mi'r' LIojii larl.
> St. !
NOTICE. For Co"2h, <, colds, asthmas-, spitting l lor.d), TII1l.lh1"Orlol't.'r 11.. ,. HtiT.:: 10-if Thomas Alexander! IIi.k-" i), \.l',Lb l'hy-ician in -..hirerun, bui a.l to icpurpose :: of Dr Wiliiom Juu'kir.'s paient sptcibc oinmcnt,
-- -
weeks after dale I will, us ndmiuistratcr of l hvir complaints whooping cough h, and all diseases FOR SAIJ: .iriu4Viiii.tnis. & G... Mi.ritei-Io! ; II..eo traveled. tu LaL\I"lrr e,.uniy, and; ha'su I would inform you that last summer 1 was
Chester aid
SIX to employed several L'uttorsi i with a fame Judkin's .
of the breas Lig-tlie Oinuncnti.duceti
and lun .
Me Call : ;< J. I 1). .Mid, ..i.m': I
apply to the JIuirtti1eJuigeof A LIGHT JrnSfYr.AGO: and a gooddraught : Carjietiter > >y. there, bu: d'nv d t no benetli. I had of
The of rlually, re-i me to gel a jog it-but happened sot ft
rcstora'ivep< "ers inwhrinc in diseases The
- the court of Gad dcn letters laLel-I E. Barn.irii .V Co. will be
county county for ; 1L I1Ul: E. : jr. on uii p'
Panaceaarid be
Iwju'lc..fllcl course to used which'I f )Ir. Herbton's
of ihe Luti s hai* been attested. the h your one Lostle make. I used itaccoidit !
of administration IJY mos're'j the bottles sold Itthc ;
on the csaleof Win Cash, late \SEY & IIAWES.Nov. i audits. I Iurchat..t! nl f.eui'sliiun. I'n. _fnt I II.M the
cctable both --, _. it "_ frmeii _at.: nnmetl Hirrrfons hut mv lr physicians ol and n
of fcaid, county decea-sed in bclialf of the Europe this Til.ih.iiir.! July 7tii. 1-.57.- -S.Stf -
1.137. -
representatives n-i -- : riot to do
uic fur I
of eaid S. cuuntr). It povse-es sedative expectorant and any good became weaker, j I worse.

.cCall W.\l. B. JJof.ALL. tonic properties, and hem-e a!>ae t.:\'er., mitigate Gioccifes, Groceries* I NOTICE. a.r.d! was obliged to keep iny L't1) friends I Mr Hentni traveling lo the w, t sioppHmy

Jan. 6 18S8. coughs, and almost! ins-' iity! removes slight and Y arrivals (mont Baltimore and New York, The Snli-criliers havingissucijtrd: tlierr. a lvied! me to u'e tio m"l e ol it, but 1 resolved to i h.usc during the lime, on looking ai the rmcnt

2i-Cw recent colds, whilst it gives immediate relief to B we have jutt received, and are opening at I "-Ives in Mercantile !uine.s under tlie firm oj jive it a (air trial, and sent for another bottle; thitforded > i had, he immediately pronounced it not -

NOTICE. tla'Jse winch from neglect! have assumed more the Store le,rin. ily ( by :Mr.i James )1.- XIu-! j I McKaeiiy: & Hjives, beg le'ive to inform: their a relief, ami >o >ii strengthened aed imrro'--I I his make, and furnished me with one which wat

A LL persons indebted to the estate of Joseph) dangerous character, and seldom fails to cure the l 10'1II. large and choice .T-S'iitmcnt of GROCEjlPROVISIONS ( 1 friends and lie public reta-rally, that they are e d me as much >>-> the first hau weaked me. I L On opening and smelling it, I was sensible of If

.m. Harley, late of Leon County, deceased, are most obstinate, cas(,s. :h 1 E4'i'l I ( hi :hi are olTere-d mi I I i now oMnin| *** in I liie 1 ? store l'riierlv I occupied t by b l fur efer a third health bottle than, mind I have am now dine restored for enjoying last r difference, aliho' it looked likeiu I then applied
make : It will be found superior to oilier medicine the lnutifir trade on the len ointment which he gave me, lo my leg it beau
requested to immediate those any country Very accommodatingte'rnifc the late Iul.ertj. Miller: ;
Ind on west side itt t" I
payment ear-- am aaill enabled follow in
y to the :
for the of plough a state of
havng claims against said estate are cure shorui's of breath, hoarsenes,, -iiz : amendment on using the first pta&nd ,
notified MeinnieStreet *
hereby and op >oile Wa-diin-iton Square ver since last August. I am fully convinced that
to them uhei-zing", an.l reincdul in sonneol t PROVISIONS. a continued nnlil il gotqu.te well.
duly authenticated within
the time present prescribed bylaw, to the subscriber, the breast and lungs. III u hiuo.itigcuugh its corrective Sup Dj'.limore! cured camasbcd IIaimio in the City of Tallahassee! a j-eneral ai-urt: Jour rana. ea maybe t.ikrn without any injury, This ointment in certainly! very valuable

they lorever barred. 01 efforts will be speedily discovered.JvinrshnllS d) Middlings meat of Dry Goods, Hardware and Groceries, and is a useful medi-ace. Yours, pectlully, wonldbe a pity it should Ue Lust lu the pubbt"a

'i b JOSEPH F. C. HARLEY. Ad'inr. Tonic fixture. Now Wheti Flour which they miller t fi>r %.ulo on nCC.lIlllatillg tel rus. The following remarks DAVIDE&UELMAN the editorof counterfeit article, bearing the name and bi:;

Dec 9, 1837 ld-2m No. I Cutter and I anlCodilsli H. McItAENY.SA3IL. by Stark not senuine. \VM K NEW AIA3
For Aj and Fever. County, Caiit.'ti Ohio, Democrat, are extracted Cumberland
truc llackciel, mid Cliche- F. HAWKS.TallaK'ssee from May 24, 1931.
that ot April 1 Is";.
papl'r[ ,
NOTICE. Prepared by Marshall, Phila. and for sale bv LIUL'ORS.Chaaipaignc I 1 Feb. 25th \t>37. !.If IJll"CI1' invite the attention ot From Rev Beverly IF STEWART J k BARNARD Cognac, Peach,, App'.e! and Spanish1'irandif have known Mr C Herstons lo l>. the prajr
persons demand against the (v he ci'.izens: of Canron and the public
ALL huin. GROCEHIES.tiliTF. I generally lur of Judktn's Chntmenl fur several d t -
of the John next door to the Post Oilice. 's. t the advertisement. in years ;
'L.mort are requested o another column of this
Jan. 2137 23 fi.nsDK. I Ht'Itind Gin Gin Jannica Rum have pa- my residence in Maryland,and the ointment1by
to hand them lo the salgcriber properly cruir.lry just received( from New Orleans an p tT, under the ao".e! he- d. We have used the ar-
attested, and those indebted lo said state arc reo IIUX'rER Monongah and common Wh--key: Y Y invoice of Bacon, Claret Wine, Madeira icle ourselvis ana can safely recommend it to theub'ic him to have been in mush reptile ll bask

quested to come forwa-dand tunke payment. T01JACCOE. Wine, Pickles, ll'hiakey, 4c. which we will sell a> an invaluable: remedy for most of the frcquenlly used in my own family, while !EMJ'i

J M I'C/\NTS, Ad'mr Ji.o.VLemcrc TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.Y Superior old Prinripe"/ Cig. rs. low for cash. dist-a-es with which mankind are atllac ed. 11aIn \- Maryland, and during my residence in ibis aA
Mn.'.; flee H : Cuba i< Havana d.) G. II. .. T. E. LINDENBERGER. ith success. ,
.f 10. 17 19-ttNOTICE. the use of Dr. Hunter's iiieititnable Pills. for a nuiiiber cf years been subjtct to the I.\-

peif>onc of either IICI, if they carefully follow I Tine Cut chewing Tobacco in pap rs July e1.), 157. __ 51 iuts eir NieiiiTMtui! *, to an alarming extenf, the Methodist Book Room B IFAUSS
Complete assurtinciil of dcd Lther tobacco Mulberry st.
SIX werks after date 1 shall apply to the} honor the very valuable plan and copioiM Direaioix, Jficcabau, .Scotch, ff KupjK.e chewing Snuff. Dl'.MFIUE'S EYE WATER P.lI1a"l.a wa cuminend' el to us by Vr.IIuckl New Y.rk, May 20th, H35.
Connty Court .f Jeff. for accoii panying them arc e-iidbled etlt-clually to era For sore or inflamed !E immediate hiu..clf; a-ul: we are happy ii o say v\e have been : To
in C.urty' dicate : Gunpowder; Imperial, Hyson Teas.Loafand } es, gives cad and prevent imposition, C Herslons salat, -
a CERTAIN DISK:A ill.I: and entirely relieved fr Ul thu duiresjing atlhction.As : .
4t of administration on the estate of to rextorc iclief. On recent the effect is his i
len George l IIru" II Suu'ar, J/ >!asM& sore eyes moatsalutt !- OAU hand wrimgwiI! appear on the enfllO'
lost health !
vvilh ease, safetyand: cCllaiflt in a lamiiy: medicine we have
few no hesitation inBaying :
JJrhtsey, late of fcaid couoty deed. diju.HjTThe. ) a Rio. & ILivani CofTee( c"ai>.e and fine Salt ry.-Where the complaint ha ken of years that we 1-dieve it isun''MDiFtltRhIEL'3IA'fISMi. :I Lettirs, post paid, directed to him, in FttdC

ANN: LIGIITREY.ttee. iv and Citti-mn iLl igii'- J"d Bale: Rope. tttandin.;, and in sumac exceeding bad ca>estln; mo>t --- I City, Md. will be attended to.
exten sale
SO, 1837. 21-tf of this :.Medicine i ,> i in'thi*> and other onexainpied cities, and success I BliHini H{ i-fins, Chocolate, ltiUIf nh1'l., wa. I unexpected and de.irable relief has been found in; : I I For Sale wholesale and retail, by
principal ter and bulUr Craclers the us"; of thii pye water alter every other remedy fTHlIIF. p STEWART BARNARD
Camlles S"'t'lti
NOTICE. I towns throughout the Union, fur the last fifteenyears SJMTIII excruciating pain-the decrepitude and Dro-gim
-during which it was i Oil, Lump Oil, Rule '." dci-, Sh-1. ft*. e tc.-4Vle had failed. Many p-.Tsons who have used i it, pronounce M. delormity anr1 the premature old age which'I Tallahassee, Sept. 17th, 1536 6-eow-ly'fr
weeks after date I sha'l l apply to the saiixfactonU prepared by it the h<>,l for thcvi
FOUR : Dr. by G. H. &.T. E.LINDENBERGEO.Tailaha prep-tration: complaints are the u-ual attendants .f the disorder sulrl red
the County Court of Leon Ounly Ji.rIe".e with Ce-niway the J INJLC, iucoute-i'ibly I iON POWDKRS.provp:that it when elfects use LI ,srr Oct. 21, 11-f they have ever met with, especially in cases of aorenes'n by t man from despair of a cure, .r disappointment I.I' To those afflicted with Corns.
to Bel the real estate of Murray, II or inflammation *f lung standing. Price 2 > j in the '
Jate of dec'd.W31.. BUlel. thorough and speedy cure of thai dieadful di.-urder ctHevcy of the numerous pretended antidotes fTM HE celebrated Albion Corn Plaster aflbrdfJL
county COTTON.TIIJ cents a ho'.tle. to effect tr I is But those ho hue : slant relief and lime dissolves
denominated the Scourge of the Human Race. purjjose. v\ made a j at Ihe same
MURRAY, ,\ 'mr. fuWribcr I are genuine unless signed i the oulilde "
limo PILLS are are-onipamed: when the is now ready lit advanccuptn or on fair trial of draw the Cora out by the roots, without their
D: &;.1R1. tL requires% it, -rtith the INJECTION: I'U\ purchase Cotton, at the lu' lie' <-t in irk.t I.rire. printed wrapper, by the sole propiietor. T. KID' 111Jthb's Celebrated Liniment PJID-

NOTICE. and CERATE: ; these constitute a most powerful WiLLIAM 1 CENTER, DEH, immediate successor to the late Dr. \\ T evenlncises: of lung standing, and of the most, ,er CEBTIFICXTK.-"To tho,e afflicted with W

ALL indebted to the estate cf Hezeki- medicine, applicable to the various stages of this Oct. ti, 1837.-10 N.a Ucrry'. row. Convvayfor .-'It.. at Mt .rt clitirjclor l hue rcecircJ ceitaiu relief" nnJ t to their feet I doteruly.that I Hjva prsn. Counting Room aver No01
_ ueceas'-d, IHt of L': >n County, Protean disoidar. Full: and (plain directions, with aI.lw..I..t 1'01tJl..IU.. Court Concert Hall Boston many haY been cured in a few days. some in 24 I Corn Plaster, with complete success. Before 1 1
near and
will make payment L>u.ui. t.t'...-, Lioia .,., .I.., ,.,-i- ..--.-. v- ... luiiuuii II)mIIJ1LOIIi/ i, 100 Bblsof Flour and his street I also bv lioars! as a nun ber of persons in Boston and vicinity used OHO box il "npteely cured a Corn which j k
authorised rccihc such dues and >he, ein-l i and the mode of II appointment bySuIVA1t1' this
to tieatuient accompany each box, who were formerly afflicted with Rheumatism. troubled me for many years? I make p
LOO( Bushels of 0
its tr & BARNARD
dfbted to said estate in Madison County, will make |I"n that persons of either sei may cure themselves have very fully test fled. Certificates arein the for the benefit of f those afflicted with thai p"complaint. '
to Samuel Henderson to tfic subscriber, I (Trice of the I'illl a bi x the SWAHIIADDE:. Tallaha-pe. March ii.: J.I0 ::1 possession
payment or j > ; Injection Povvtc of the Propr'w tor the .
.and persons ) avinjust claims against said esta j dei and C..rale .00' cent each.) St. M.plrs, Pee, t, lfi3r ___ 17if'IltUS'I f B I I IJ b suiiMTiuir lub just 11, e'Vctl' pa 'hll: Lit and surprising cures t ti meant Proving of this mo powerful>t thorough LlNI.Ml'.NT. Flushing L. I. Feb. 23." Vt-3!. SHAW-

win present them wi'.lnu the tune prescril ed by ItT Prepared fiom the oiiginal Recipe io MS-; JL cinda, Jr >m New Yurk, n large assortmenl in where other l'aicz,0cents a box.IJ .

law lo the above named persons fir seithmcnt or i of the laeDr.V.. '1'. Co our, by his iuunediates'urcfs.'or Y SALEOF' L.ND.V11t1'LJE Groceries and Provision, consisting in pait of had utterly l failed.DUMFRIES approved applications [ : None are genuine atiless aignedon lk f.
will and the Solo of a deed if l iru-4 executed! by Comm- JrhiokeYj
they Pruoprietetr, T. KID- B ; T.W
b hrre. side the sole
.)Jn. 11, --Iw. Ad'mrx.1'KUSTEES HEll, of whom they may be had at hi* Counting U'llluru II. Ctibell, of the State of Virginia. Od: Rye do; REMEDY FOR printed wrapper,by proprietor Dr. I'.
I) late
an 1 recorded in the oifice: of the clerk of the couit Common Rum TillPILE t ER immediate successor to the
Ibmomu in Chainbem
SALE.IJC over No. U'J, next door to J. of J cl1 r..oll county in the Tcrritoiy of Florida.- ; The proprietor begs leave to recommend (which Cos WAT.-For sale al his Counting Room, '
Superior and
KIDDER'.Tt Store Champagne
Drug corner of Court and llaiKiver Cognac Brandy, he does '
to a deed of executed 1 II We with the fullest confidence of the Court street, near Concert Hall, BM*>
pursuance tout ) Street* near Conceit Hall Boston and also as surviving trustee, will ol Monday the Madeira, Claret and MalagaFine, &c. ) one most I .
Mils to me and the latu Sampson '([e : by his appointment, (together with all those ether'alualJ 5Ui F'ebm nary, 1 ?38, at the front do'r flf Brown's Common //miey-dew Tobacco valuable remedies known for this troublesome and also by his special appoJntmcnt, by (k" '

to secure by him to Richard Carnorhar.i Mfilicineb, as the late LI Tavern in the city Tallahassee, s.lIlu the highest Soap, Sugir, CofTee, Raisins ; painful complaint. Without going into detail h S
prepared by r. ; deems
r>f Charleston, South Carolina winch de-disoj1 Cuwu,) bidder all that tractor parcel ',f land in said I PicklesCider, Poiter, Candles it enough ti) say, he has in his possession

record in the Clerk's Otr of the County Court of by brEW AnT. BARNARD No. G. county Jefferson, C'-niaining by e.-timaiion: 1120( Srgara, Vine-gar Powder, Shot;, &c. the niO'-t undoubted testimonials that it has more Tallahassee Feb. I I2d,.t3130 fco

.Jackson County, I proreid to sell a't Maiunx i i.a ; .* DKUOCIST., ) acies, on which Abram J. Cabcll c iced at I the .ilbo, u handsome assortment of G.>el.s! completely unlweretllbe purpose for which it is intended
> Jarkson County, Flor'.da; on the lirst Saturday nHahitsii time .>f hi$ death ; and btingull the and t) which Clothing. I. than any other popular medicine KOTicjeTT
| !, June 22 IWo. iUtl Crockery, Saddlery Hats
Caps 4'c.
in March next, LYDI a negro oinan embrared ---..-.- --. -' he wascntiilcd in said county. Theiule will be on' which will be sold low on arcoinniexlalin terms., This remedy is perfectly innocent iu its application HE SUBSCRIBER intending to rcnoT

. in said fy first the expenses of A CARD. a credit of MX nionihs, the purchaser give bl nd WILLMM CENTER to all conditions agesand lese:. Full direction from the TerriioryofferstorsJle

the sale and coats attending said trust, and 2 11 y, DOUGLASS of East Florida will and'appiovcd security; and also a de-ii of trust onhi No.I 1 Berry's description of the complaint, ''lc. accompany tract of LAND, situated about six mijes! Iron

t pay the debt due said Cainochan. THO3. the Court the and, to secure the payment of the pu'chase Per Tuscawilla row. each packet, which consists of two boxes. Ointment Iuhas>ee, near Lake Jackson, containing
Appeals during the hole daily expected, 23 bbls.
THOMAS BALTZELL, of the session which is to commence on the fit- m
luriving'l'ruotee.Dee .. Monday injanuaiy next, any professional business f>'e have no doubt of the goodness of the title- Oct. 15. Ih37. 10 cents if but otis of the articles is wanted. He also offers for sale the growing crop '*| -
30 1R37. beini: trusto-s, we will warrant and a set of Blacksmith tools a..d larming v*
entrusted to his cue therein, will receive no right but thai I or Sale hy STE".ART.BARNARD..
and strict<'ntion. prompt we have dented from the deed under which we FOR SALE. and a cotton gin. tr.

NOTICE.) Dec. 2, 1837. 17-tf act. JOHN G. GAMBLE, SEVERAL Light Jersey Waggon's with hare Cotton Gins.SIX This tract was formerly ownetiby Capt.2 ,,
A LL persons indebted to the estate of the late JOHN PARKHILL, I complete Also two or three horse Iron framed cotton gins, from Bninlroe ma. Simmons, has on il a valuable unit aea ad'

.A. Charles A. Nelson, are requested to makepayment BLACSiHl'1'lIlIVO. Tallahassee Dec. 21,1937. Surviving Trust's. ajona. WM. H. FRAXCIS. expected daily at St.: Marks in the its location possesses tha other considerable

\the undersigned,and all persons having Richarift himiilf again.. 20-tds Ucc-TO, 1837. a I-if 81-13 Larina, toe sale at the manufacturer's 'rtce.T.R.BET1ON. i For terms apply to

claims will present the ame for payment properly TIlE subscriber has opened a Ihop on jlfonroefctreet LAW .NOTICE.M. UNION BANK OF FLORIDA.T August 25th, 1837.

_tctiCled, or the same will be barred formerly occupied by H'm. Man r, oppositethe M. IIAKDOLPII, ATTORNEYAT A a meeting of the Board of Directors on th C Nov 12 1837. 14if -

P. KERR, new Court House, where. he ii.lends carrying W LAW, will practice in all the Courts A 13th Dec S'J7, it is ordered that Books o if HAVANA SEGARS. SUPER1ORCOURT.MIDDLE .

JAS.. A..BERTHELOT, on the Blacksmith business. lIe is now ready for Middle Florida, and will attend l'J such businessas I bscription for the whole DISTRICT rLORlW

Adminisiraiori. orders in his line. which will be executed with be entrusted to his care. Office in TWO eOOO very superior Havana SEGARS, im A'cnTvs
may thejbuild- MILLIONS OF DOLLARS Robert U Berry Assumpsiu
1638-J4-tf directjust received and for sale at the )
:Ja! promptness ai.d despatch, and at reasonable prices.By ing occupied by Call and Walker- iMU"William
formerly 'Ij| additional Stock Sum's for $200,
be continued at the!I AUCTION AlAn, by It. i- HACKLEY
business and desire hem open
attention to a to satisfy t th 1637. 10 IO1
13-tf $ Returnable
public, ho hopes to receive a share of their patrcage Unkingouse in Tallahassee sixty days from thi September 30tb, 1837 8-if Bryan, 1837;

ST HATE BOW NOTICE under the office J.AMESV ALLACl';. NEW GOODS. -- dp*,And Jacksonville and alSt Augustine ihirtjdJys THE defendant in said case and all
o ::
and that NOTICE. of the i mstitut
all notice
will take
appraisements and title *
O. ot the NB. Mill work and Plantation pnnri ,
assortment of GOLD> & Horse-shoeing Lucinda
W&hman additional
a per an hC
RECEIVED sup u. filed in Bank al before the has received ( sail attachment aforesakl- aBd
or expiration jOlt rem Georgia by as
IL YEa WATCHES, Gold Chains, Seals, Keys, work, Jone in Jie best manner. GOODS. .ilso-Flour THE
o(aid sixty days. rate 50 saw gin and three of 40 saws quired to and plead to the din *
Tallahassee appear
ft Ear RIMS BreaM
Piocer Flee and Dec. 7 1837. 9
a v Lfl- Lard, Salt and Molasses, and a general supply S of tb
JOHN PARKtflLL Cash'r which he wishes sell said according to the form
east steel io on case
tty of{ trticlaa which I will tell plate, ,
ancy at great barfains. of Groceries (for Cash or Cotton.) 1IB'
Dec 13 1837 C S
PUaecall and uam loe. J. A. VIRGIN. PRINTING, of every ttiicnption, ne it- MARTIN & HART. ( 19-td term. JOHN ISLER such cs made and provided fZepteabmsr J*

:.SO, 1 838-*\-tf ly rreeuttd at tAi tJjit. Jan. fi IMS. J2-4w JAB .the Florida paper will give the above tw 0 Eiht miles east of Tallahassee.KOT. Jt ,
It .
SC tO n s 11. I37 13 SOth, 1837-g