The Floridian

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


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


Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.:
Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note:
"Laissez nous faire."
General Note:
"Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note:
Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note:
Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).

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"jnv.GOODS & ,1 TTE 1 .- -- .' .' .rf I
UTEST Fl no mere brains in his bead than be-had in .
OBIDL4 f am
.PIERSON&cO thimble.-. :Xou,are, a pritty fellow to belong

to my party,' he 'I
,: TJ11LORS. = e 'in says ; should have bee*,
IERCILq.rwJ a putty condition, if I had taken your

> $ bjjge1atcfi'mof WOOLLEYt' 7o..1.1TOULD I 4. .. "LAISSEZ advice,' say the.giner l. .Let ro< ever ketdt
inform their customers and lfOOS you at the White House '
respectfully --
agin. So
I I11'f : : to right*?
I the public) generally, that they have removed _- m.UlQ! WWL t -= ---. 1 : tho tail r"goC'mad too, and said be ,didat bo-
to Jefferson street, foordoars we lnogt ._, ., AThrr l
-tiblishment ____ :'. 1 l1mftAtint long to-the gineral'.party. .he
thr1r office, to the store formerally occupied as TnDtO. n.w. _= 1Wv n 'n1LQ1'g JJQ 00 Kindle-Van( was a Tanya

ci 1 the 0f the Floridian, where they have: on hand ,JJ" 'Vn J ILlJUS & RANDOLPH have .- ill.,;L__ ------ !: ___r ,___-- -___- --- Buren-Jacksonman be know'
tbethe om<*tsMrunent j of fall and wintei goods, with and offer themselves in the 'prac.tiee of medicine as- : WILLIAM GUNN aeandidatefouheShttif. i i I a.- which side his bread waa buttered ; and I.look.

a cnert fftslu"0D! ; just received from New-York and between thcir the professional en'ices to the public. Office Gadsden cOURt). tit ral all the while_ kept fixing his papers all in a: cd plagey knowin was jeit as much a ?
Ist.csu1d respectfully tender their sincere thanks to Planter' Hotel Cln I amLerl's. OF LETTERS stung on one side of the table. He his I could do to keep the
2tf pot
LIST remaining'i the gineral from
t0 Matrons favours-their fresh stock of fall 1J pwt office amaahi&
for past I OTICE.-During my absence Quincy on the first day of own Message and Proclamation i in the middle bio-so I '
"l g router goods, consisting of a very hanc some ascntof jI empowered J. D. from Florida I have not taken January 1834, if says come ginerallel's be moving
nnd '" cstcott Jr. Esqr. out by the first of March next, will be and flank'd off with our District and and we borne .
to sent
superfine cloths, cassimcrs and vcstrngs agent and attorney. act as my to the General Post Office dead Attorney -- the gineral all the wbilo

Eljfrt !,.ut variety, and of the latest fashionable colours, A 1lust 20th 1833. L. W. B11RNE.T. Ashton, Henry C. Malone as letters.John W. Mr. Tany's reports ; ana then be sifted the takia about his escape from an awful tate?

d strIe "1%: rOTIC .-: Wee 52tf Boody, Henry M'Innis, Globe about, and call'd them scouts and fora-' that tailor was about him in. Yell
$n s after John
rfine'bluc,black,adlaidc, mulberry,claret,brown the judge of date I shall upply to Ballongue gors-4* there, be *4 I /
the I
Henry Major
says how gineral little
M'Alpin, Robert am siys ifeiags sometimes
lur bottle drab 4-steel mixed cloths: county COurr, of the I gives
invisible, Leon for letters counf of Barbie "
01 administration y (2)) Manning Charlea nearly ready ; and he took of his as kink and
and notion
CJ"jgrie blue, b o
!TrlL stripe "bbcd, Leopold, marine, and corded Januory 4th 183" deceased. TliOS. BROWN. Elizabeth Mine-flCcnnal, William John gin 'em a good rubbin, and put em on agrn.a' .- now,' says I, do you know gineral, we are

etc. Black] satin, black English florentine, 21Gw Craddics Now, Major," says he, 4* take station." in a
CZLS$imcrs, IX weeks frQm John M'Hon, Mary B. your scrape now pretty much like that one we?
valintc fi"-ured silk,and maw. plains S the date of this
bufl ,hinerc, Marscits ; 3trhite will be l11dde by the notice appliention Cripsen, James Norris Enoch And I went round tother side, and sat dor/ru jest got on.' How so 1' the
aDd figured plain, black, and figuredcclvet subscriber to the Clements says gineral.-**.
the County Court IIonomLl, Joseph Nunan, AlhceOatci hAre you ready," the Gineral 44 UIready" 1 Why I
for says Mlie
the Bank-Mbere
and toilnct vcstings, etc. ttc. County of Leon, for letters DuPont, Charles H. > : says it i is, says
((2)) James
I ikcwise a general assortment of fashionable nndr'n of Adninstratjon k'Ald on the estate of Daniel Faust late Darby, Susan (S) Patterson, Hall K. says I:and at it we went. The Gin- I, jest )like your pantaloons, BETTER THAN

read) :1de clothing, viz. Superfine,blue, black December county 28th deceased. MARY o'AUST. Eiufield, John Picket, Bright eral, he open'd his fire first, as agreed, and he NEW ; and only wants a new button ; and 1I
nd fancy coloured dress & frock coats ; brown, drab, 1833._ 20tf. Fain David fir'd away from his first of these o.oe
Poythress les.iage-And then
James tailors
; ._ P. about here
.. **c lr.n > fine want us to set
.* "".1. w *t/ s : cloth & ELlAfi SIMPSON l-c., A.L-._ r.
f,1 In hi.-.
mct! cloaks, with a handsome variety of ves'.j and I n. Garden aupcnor CJAMES George, Amos FeopleJ Rails Sipph M. 2nd-then he took the Globe, and then I, shiver and ehakin and running the risk of
r Seborn
ntaloons; lambs wool, and Canton. flannel, shirts, MILLS. !To November term Giddie, Alexander Roan,, Jarne P. the reports-and he hlaz'd away like all wrdih, .j etting a ruuvatiz that will last us our lives

rn drapers; fine linen whirls, linen d re'.s fronts and 'I'HE defendant and aU other persons 1833.interested HarrisonV.. D. ((2) Smith, John for an hour ; and as soon as he stop'd tcr'taliu jqst for them to gut the job of rnakin
a new
Sirs'-\ with a splendid variety of :'rtncy articles of; will take notiCe that this swt has been commenced Harvey, Michael Sclly, William breath" Now," says I, it's my .lime,''- or*:.'

.ntlenWs dress, such as plin.ited. fancy trimmed I by attachment, and returnable to the above Holiday, Milner Speight, Thomas and I pac the reply and *
a.spell, answered
and velvet shocks clastr silk tioncd term men- Hollamon I now'says I, '.I and I had
bombawnc, ; gum : They are requested to David H. Stephens, Henry he guess you

and 1ambs. ;Ool half Lose ; fine buck-skin,horse-skin, Oct. 26th. 113m it. H. M. DAVIDSON, pl'ff. H.trrjson, nobcrt Sylvester, Viott The Gineral twisted his face most shockio now.. Stitch on a new button, and things will

Jiiiit hOW, rotten, and silk gloves; plain, white, and 1KA SAflBURM' In Gadsden: att'y Johnson, Sarah Sexton, L. _. and scratched his bead too. But he went at: all go ,neoott .' The didn't
colored and neck handkf., etc etc etc Superior Court. Jones, Littleberry llg1 gi'-ieral say a
pocket Thomas jD it in
tmn -\'S nes air as sp.inky as ever for he is word .but he
; an
arnnzt'ilutTcntur ;
h9 Ladies Riding UdflTS, cut JAMES MILLS ]( Attachment. Jordan, C. Edward Wilder, J(1ht.han and I got rhinkin plagey hard, till we
in a
right hans like Lome
surviving partner etc Kcrkscy Budd Wilkes, AlfredWcstcou on a snap- got agiu, and he got his pipe, and 1 got
made in the mostjashionable Kerkscy Knder pin turtle \\hen he hold. He mini' and
end git"
band jest
s1y'I defendant and all interested James: D. away as we were lighten 'em, says
A case fashionablefine drab I f THE notified that the above persons suit has been I'arc tituted here Jj Keteral rimore, Reuben \\'fttMon VV'i.hornWw.dbiry a sp;'11 agin like all n -titr ; and jost as ho he, major, there are some feliows! about us

by attachment, returnable to the James Ce-lin! ((2)) too.t hi-. sp.-es off to give -m a ru;), I gui him mere that ter
likewise next L
beaver ATS ; an assortment cu urt. term of sum I L kins, Robert 'Ya hinton1 h:1la piv me m<>;>l desperately-wenuat

cloth CdPS declaration They filed are in required to appear and plead U the Ltster, R. C. [66 Lettws.] the reply ajrm. The Ginenl: gin his face another all go as a 4 Unit,' or I mu- bloiv 'era ,
of gentlemen's ojthe r said case. JOHN J. AD. r.lI" bad .
N'll\.2d 123m MS John p'Hgy rumpl ; and I sat waitin fbi all up and get a new set.V c'H think of it.'

latestashion.. T Tu1'lCEJ Att'y lor Pl'fl N. BLUE, P. M. hiiii to tire ;; iin. Sa)1" he, Mjjoi, th'I's a >.uu tie gm, and "mla tint we cock'd out
The subscribers favour hereby them guarantees with their to famish all] 1 1 ,1,?- _firm__n_ of,.- _l.itA"hereby, ..-".notify...,' .<'(?_11__persons._ .. indebted. u fI Quincy, jan. 11th 1834. 22tfiSiiSCELLANEOUS. i :ht' p piece'you art firm with there. 1'n'I uti Ihrt inati tIt trr>&>.. and in IR-.O_ than_n__._ _Hun., _
who may please to custom-, Florida 4. *S tilAdtVWlU 111 --- _' pr'p.h-r,' I, 4 Gineral, I tell nits
I the says you-hut couldn't
am you
only you see no more than
tutli any irticlof: clothing in their line of business, surviving partner of the ou us
f"i the mist rriMi.itblc terms, and as they! keep con- concern, the business of the! firm of course falls under .. Mr.'t got the best on't yet-it's jest gittin t,ur toc Your Friend, '

ir.ily! 111 thur employ, fir.-t rate northern workmen, my firm direction be ; consequently all the debts due the said MAJOR DOWNING'S COItREZP'NIJEcCE. w.arm,' sai_ s I. I J. DOWNING, Major
lICf.ll: guarantee their clothing, whether furniahcd paid only me or my authorised agent, of 4 Mijor the Gineral I Downingville Malitia 2ti i
which due .
notice will be WASHINGTON Dec. says 'suppose we Brigade.From
\> them readyonde or to order, to be always made up given, 14, 1833.: .
tie most fiituful manner, and likcwihc llf the MARCUS A, ARMISTEAD chit:!2i> b.IUcriei-let me take that reply, andyou ) f .
ia mos! To old friend .1,.
my Dinghl: the
of Jfeic York
Durable materials. Pctcrsburgl, Virginia, August 26th 1 1H33 5tt Daily Advertiser tike: ilL those ,docu.nenU.; lik'c to tiht, the Carolina Gazelle. .

N.B. Ten ptr cent will invariably be deducted for JOHN B. ROBERTS, J Superior court lor the ctmn- >ays the Gineial, when thi-re is ten to one a- WASHINGTON, DHC. Is... !

cw z, or very prompt piyment on all. irdtis of clothing JOHN PIAGAN.vs )J ty of Gadsden the 'I ci- We have got business enuf nnw on our :i il; me.' 4 io do I,' says I, Gineial!, and soWct'd 41 The Deposites-the Deposited-the.T>apbsitcs .... j
from the regular established pric.r ritory of hand:*, I t 'll and nijrl !
you ; upon evrv, day we %UKter fight- it out as we sit.' Nothing is written about
\> All person! indebted to the late firm of R II THE dcicnelant aid all others interested are }hereh that nothiowtalked
nve a
TV policy kco, are requested to make payment by the notified that suit has been commence by atW have sqmll had brings al hands to the hdtn.e The Gineral.looked a spell at his paper a- about, nothing thought of hut the Deposited.

1st of January: next, to R. Halscy: \MO: is duly authorized tachment in the court aforesaid, and the defendant in fair wind >o OUII u, that I few on us gin ; and says he major, I reckon v.-e had better The subject meets ua at every corner
to seitle the san\c. All accounts not. settled required to appear and plead to the declaration f.ledm know exactly how to *tei mow a days
wn"hevciy in
have and
I Ask
Not for discount
by ::e .ib. .'-e date, will neccssaiily be placed in a due said case. HAL TZELL 4W BITE pl'ffs. att':. wind t.OrtH.:9 right lu teeih.- hain't '-riee, now, says I, I've got every shape. a
eur I
l'\IUlie,,' ia-T' Tallfthafccc, Oct-'bcr 2Cth lltf Ncw.23d 15.3m had m y hand in new and want to see the fight out.. at one of the Bdnk-sthe answer is-" We must

1 F.'. LUll AND HAURlfcO>: ttKA\iEY ) Middle District ot Flor. Gjllt1 my al coat ili >inP ( ourress met ; and tbr 1 Well,' fay the Gineral, you see major what wait for the question as to the restoration of

D1tILLIA' M1.T! .ICLIAMP haji \.- Mcrch'ints and Partners, fin Gadsden Super. court SU") R we must watch them fellowscloflv. comes when any one attempts to drive the the Deposites to be settled. Tour shoemaker -

-v- : entered into a oiirvrtrursliiu, respectfolly } J vs. f : Keep! a sharp look out major," Executive and with that he got and took cannot let your bill run to a second pair

tender their &eriuxs to the citizens A'IEStlLL8.. J attaclimcnt. says lie. 61 en ('l.i) -he i* a i old, independent off his and up. of baoU, because the change of the .
'('ICE is hereby given of the specks put 'em in his pocket, and;! Uepos
.A2:1ee1l'I l! rxnd Th ir office is the institution of said I fellow and nil!
its onecccu sp-pk Ins
N iciinty. < 1. out notions it the ites i has made all
suit his hat and so
by attachment made rctur able put on took bis hickory, and fetched money scarce- act oo
o I iiy Ur. Taylor dim- the last tum.nurlir : next: f evil stands the '
II ;; door
term e'f t said cuurt. Thp fli>f,>mlnnt \ at ; and if he had the o and that I
IU\ r 1-1 Itli t: 1 r bons inicrcsted-arc nn all ilier per. a whack on the table,-' VETO,' says he, I principle, no one expressed ia
dccUration filed in required said to appear and filewd to the: people with him, sap, thr Giueral L, CARD.HAMLIN casc. JOHN. there
A ADAMS: it no dim what
trouble he .
S U\". 2d 123iu would 4 keep all gf't.J Both Houses to-day
giveU And you resounded -
now, the Gineral I let's
V. SNELL att'y. u-r Fl'rVs. ;?. Hr Mrould mike says go and
AlAilTl.N: a3 good a Gineral as with the of"* The "
1IAKD1.N, Territory <.f Florda. Sue r was But it will cvta ke a walk-and so we went. The Giuural i cry Deposites ;

.KIU..\"l. r Jr LJ/r, T.lLL\lUSSEEt FLO I I >s 1 penor court fur the couiily of never do to trust that man didn't nothi i for than mile and one almost expects the sambos in the
say more
a and
with :
business cunuuud u him wail irIJUS.tyatl' Gads power. Very well," I U
W.ijl: auti.d ;o c:1. says Giner other street te greet our ears with the echo. If
: pununit\: Die. 21st L I I2ll'It : i I f'1 1iE fcndant, and all others interested arc hereJL al -but plague on't," sav* I, the eritur to rights, pays bt Major, every : the

',we.: -r.L.S:CllAlliilS a.JJJ.'.,. D. WIIST- by nutificc. tnt! suit has been commenced Uyt: how keeplaw on his side, all some body says money i is very scarce.' 4 Tint's ever Republic can be shaken in our day

'f J i 1 Jr., ';'quiro.J.1MLS iichinciit in LIlt court atrp'4. m <-' .h. rl"4""nnnl ;i. u 'i'h.,t'. tr.o & '* the while.-. Iriif* *-rmflT' Q2Q 1. f anH; 1" not erot I and generation, it must be during the year
ALEX..1XDLR---HLltTHLUliAttorney \ required to ..ppcar and plead to tne decla ntuiri fled th.-rrfore mjr. -t.e.ys <>Tf- v*mer<*i, aua it will be afore winter .8 over/-alhllben 3S scarce'as L 1004? onouta u sum re tire coming snock,

and Counsellor at Law. ,n said; CJS BALTZELL 4V\ HITL prfis attVA we must keep snurper eye on him, tell'd the Gineral the cause on't. Well i it is safe f for half century longer. There is
!l2:'J and the timr ,
1.)311I come now, Major, when we as much anxiety on the of the '
the Gineral part to
;ILL in the Curt uf AIpealsThe; i I l i.; : weeks after all >ays 41 believe you are right ; & pei-pi
pracucc ti date application w il! be mai'e' rnui-t on us try our popularity for when here the
% debates the
L"II idsiltii and Jack- by L ) the worst the I on question, a) there is
tMij>mor CVurts, i j I I me subscriber to the honourable the the law i comes to worst, says he,
I >
county couitI is :it m us, we shan't have
S 'n, JU! the 'le'llto..11 rionuiiuu: in tile Si1ItrioIDec.atti : I I I for the county court uf Leon, for letters of adimtmtra- nothin' else! we'll have a new bank, arid that will make: in Congress to run into tho debate, for it is a

Cjits: of Thai.o.- ci.unties, i-f tic! houtii j I lion on the estate of Bryant H. Mnllin, late of saIdI I to stand on. There is nothin," says the Gm- money plenty agin, won't ill' 4 Yes,' I subject which comes home to every man'sbuiness
ir::'jjdiciUcao ntof the State of i Georgia. Ilesulcntt deceased. fral.u like waR times, Major-for then when says ,
county and
UE ]BRY. ]I I every man's pocket Mr. M'
.. 23d I83. I5ifj suppose so ; but we can't git a
I'al/aiomr.!/ N' v mbrr __ 1 I December llth 1833. 16v those troublesome fellows talk about law I'd I new bank
-; ::;;: ; Gineral, fere this one's time is ; Duffie acquitted himself very ably to-day ;
CL: -An;e\ccitut match t of y' M g, b%ci l -41X ueck& 'em Martial out, and that'sniirh
F1CiLf II afterdate application will be made give Law and that makes short
liors-. -Als'! tlod I I by t three and carried with him the feelings of the House
gf ntle carnage a t I the subscriber to the honourable the ,\'ork." years yet ; and long afore that
C'-.ryall: !. \,;:11 harr.c's for two horses ; an'' t" u "l.J I ,.f Gads.h-n! county, for l letters of administration county court L time; ,' ays I, 4 there will be trouble eauf, as howeer the votes may go. He did not jet
liou s, that'dl, an-1 are :ell'l k and trUe in har- the Just after breakfast yesterday I and the : his
cttalc uf John C. Armistead, late of said CC1UI1lde'cascd. \, this one must all the while be collectin: in its through speech, and it i i3 undetstood he Aj.uly t..D. M. bHEF1'IELlt, in TallahasR Gineial had
MARCUS ARMIfeTEAD. a high together. I had been will the whole to-morrow
awn and folks will fail aud occupy Up a
':e. Icnlcr1'4' l33. 1Jtf.t December money ; be bankrupt
--._ t IPCw expectiu every day to see the Bank como out and then banks i Mr. Polk, the Chairman of the Comgnitte.a "fWavs
DOCTOR JOH.N McLKMOKE.ESPECTFULLY wtckh from the date hereof, 1 \iH lolhe with a reply and I tesl'd the Gineral ; twenty new will do no i
SIX apply ; says I, ood.. 41 don'tee that the and Means, will, it is presumed devolve
inform his friends that he has urable Judge of the com ty court ot Gads *' Gineral I'm afraid says Gineral.
again rcuntd tlc: dmics uf his profe! iun.23d den county, for letters of administration on the estate we'li git a stumper fun It we could make a new bank now,' savs I, the duty of replying to Mr. M'Duffie, and hoi

:\.)\' 15tf of Champion Rhodes, deceased, late of said coui.ty. Philadelphy; one of these days that will nock right off and let it take up the business of the i will probably take up the gauntlet Monday.

rt bALli.- rhciollowing lands,. u.longmg tA Dee. 21 st 196w JOHN M. JOHNSON. us ull! into kindlin wood." But he kt'ptia'in old one, it wouldn't make much odds. But; i unless he sh<*ll prefer to answer ia the shape

estate of l.I.murlll. ()\'crton, arc offered for 'lUBA.1( OF FLORIDA.The stncJlvl: there was no fear of that.4t Why," say he, the law wont allow! that, know Gineral.- : of "report from the Committee; Mr. PolkHj
iile: uld as tnt-y are supposfd to be well known, Amore era in said Bank, will take nature, that in I Major forgit that fit you ;
compliance I- we Bank
you g1the a speaker greatly inferior to Mr. 1'Dut1ie.-
And jest then the Ginerat .
mamic description is deemed unnecessary ; they: with the provisions of the cuartcr, an election; I mortal got in a way he has
a most wvltin 3
"ere -1! sck'l 1 (l w it'j' jililfjincnt and care ; arc ra\ .u.r-; \ ill be htld on the'first Monday in February next, inI I years ago, dud left 'em of t twitchm with his suspender buttons behind ; interior in mental power, inferior in power-of 'i

ably located, cvusidl'rclfirst\ rate quality, and wcl1Japud ; the city '.Ii Tallahassee, at Brown's Hotelpro( vice no other defence than to print reports, and and to rights he broke one ot. 'Th' ? expression and even interior in action ; and ;
% to the culture! cf sugar cane. the banking house of said Bank") lor$ the choice of speeches ; and that show'd they had'nt much he, here is this confoun,led button ay: Mr. \'Dum. has .icver successfully cultivated
In the county cf Leon near Tallahassee : Stvcii Duectcrs on thw part of the Stockhol crs. spunk and we have been I .
160 .' ; criplm! onin ever again.. Well,' I 4 that's small an acquaintance with the graces. When :
acres laud, \Vhitakt-r and 1 1IfO Lpe. JOHN G. GAMBLE President. says a mailer i j
( ," U ince. And when I see they began to :Mr. Polk delivers bis hfeas, his whole coun.
stagger -here's
La Fayett' : tu'I1ship TnllahIooCce. Dcc. 21st 1 :33. 19tde a tailor's shop,-let's go in aod m:'ke .
400( U '"irt and I give em our bull Battery, and tenance and distorted with
Bryan, titIukt ltA-i UUL1'U oderj his pruhs'lonal opened upon him put it on'-and so in we went. The tailor appears lengthened

400 80 "It .f" .VicKcrs\ilarns and lla;an, I) sn vices to his friends- and the public. IStf em in flank. front and rear, our otcri, happened to be one ot nui party, and was; agonand his tones degenerate into a distressing

-.1ix w '-kl-after dale I shall : bedded by that amazm cute little District attorney or rather howl baa
80 U Sdiool sertirJn,' ; apply to the judge ot tickled to death toICC thn President, and: I groan, ,
the county court of Leon for letters of open'd first on em. Then been said that he ho 'Is down
U county
160 u Lucas and Pen, inibtiatioji the corne my. thought he was goin to git an office right off: A arguments.
60 *' Vickers Dr. .itchcIn 11) ), upon estate of T omas IIeirAec'Jan d proclamation--aod then then which he cannot
ff message- answer.
my -
J 4, 1834: 21 If wI] TURBUTT R BET TON.K. and was plagily cut down when he come to
Oadsuen cnnnty, near Gliuncy : Mr Tany's report-and the Globo all the tind it But the most striking legislative incident of
160 acres cif land the H._ M. DAVIDSON was only a button off; and so he jumped
nearly ailjoining town. ,
while throwin
In JackEon county, on Chipola : ATTORNEY&COUNSELLOHATLAWHA Shells and Rockets. Why," back on his board, and sat down on hisI I the day, was th* motion of Mr. Mangum, fora

ItO of lai.c1 cay the Gin ral-I iuin up and taken hi L? heeL select Committee oi th* Senate to deliberate
acrta adjoining Clark and Campbell, located in Quincy, Floi. will promptly I i agin, and said if the Gineral would takioil'
HO It Carter & Williamson. to a.iy professional business; thit ma\ beintnisted : hickory, and gtvin it a whack on tile floor- his pantaloons he'd put it on in a few min on the charge made ;.:;aingl them by the Prostdcnt .

:Proposals for the whole, or part, as may suit the applicair to his care, in the courts of Leon, Gadsden; if the Batik lands all that laiket, Major, its L utes.-I looked tit the Gineral, and he look'dat I having transcended their constitutional .

will be received ROBERT by the MITCHELL subscriber at,this place. Jackson, and at Appalaclncola Bay, also the adjeming tufier than a popperage log." No, no, Major ;LI I- me-and we both looked at the tailor.a .- rights in calling upon him tor a paper-ith

Atlo.'ney for the administratrix. I counties- I IX Georgia and Alabama. lltf ," says the Gineral, don't you fear that Why,' says the Gineral, 4 this i is tho v.orst which (they bad nothing to do. What .is to
wctks afler
_P nsaco'a: January 1 1 Rh 1 1834. 223 w the subscriber to date the application honourable will the be made couit by the Bank will ever say a word in reply-it'.s thing major. I ever met--I'm stump'd completely -, grow out of this Committee I cannot tell. The

G ROCERIE' -The bubs ibir-has' just returned; Madison county for letters of >
from.V. 0. with the following articles in Insline. the estate of Henry Harris, Jate Madison county r-icoon." And the words wari't out of his with this button off for if 'tother one comes White, Forsytb, Ewing, Bibb,Southard,Rive,.

*0 Barrels of Flour: 20 bbls whiskey : 10 barre I i deceased. [226 w] ALF X. WATSON Jr mouth, afore in come a hull bundle of letters off; it's all over with mo ; and if i set her There were several other members also come

Orleans Rum: 5 bbls Jamaica rum 20 kegs butter I Fun, SALE.-The land and plantation belonging; and newspapers, and the first thing I see among without tilt that fellow vt-ry near to an election. Mr. Clay, Qfr.Poindrxter .
:! 2 0 do. my pantaloons
!lard 10 boxes puts on
: : codfish : 20 sperm caiul les : I I Col. James Barbour of Virginia, in the "
lyim the Bank "
*o bbli. mackarel- 20 do. potntnes1O do. Orleans I Courty of J..ffrr8on In the T.rritnry of FloriJa >on I e1n was leply. Now, a button, I'll kitch my death of cold look Mr. Webster, Mr. Preston and

raolasses. I the St Augustine road and near the Ocilla river.Uf The says I. Gineral, here's troble !here's the here major, says the Gineral,. that other but Mr. Spiague had within a few of the requisite

Tea iLi0.--Pinc! Apple Cheese, Pepper, Chccolatc; ,, plantation tract containing 720 acres and there is a I very thing," says I, I've been afraid of all ton is laked all the train and it will come off I number. It is believed that the movement,ia

Holland m Caddies, Raises, Almonds, Cognac Brandy ieperate tract of 160 acres lying in the same neighbourhood the while." The Gineral laft a spell ; and in less than five / what hostile to the President and intended to be the
Gin, Tongues & Sounds Tobacco Loaf & the minutes- is to bo done ?
large tract there
; upon are '
*w Orleans, sugar, Soap, Sperm Oil, Shot, Powder, permanent improvements, a sugar house expensiveand and furnace says he, Major, suppose you and 1 now jist It seems to me major, said the Gineral, that basis of some future action of the Senate although

JlLlls, cinnamon, nutmegs, cianberries, and pipes. a distillery for rum, a gin house, cotton press take a bout, and you'll see,. how easy I can no man is placed so often in such real troubleas rumor has not determined the precise

All of which he will dispose of at very low Dnicu s. and screw ; and a new saw gin with many other commodious nock that reply into nothin. 1\'ell," says I I am'-' yes,' says I, Gineral, but it's fortunate charactor of that action. It must be kfttO

R. H. BEIlft Y. fixtures, houses and quarters 'i here are between Gineral, its a bargain-" Now," 1, for time to unravel the mystery."
says have
January 11th 1834 you you always me with
22if. two and three hundred acres of lad cleared & u"let you.
in cnlliv&tion, opened within the last five us sit down, and you may take," says 1 41 know it, i.:ajor,' says he.I and I hope -

iioiALE OR RENT. :J tract ofland.foui miles the landed estate, the purchaser may be accommodated yearssith I the Globe or our District Attorney's or your will be as true a friend now as ever vou have you U. S. BANK.-In the House of Repre 8Snf .

J"1. LAIUSSEE:, containing 640 acres see with wagons, carts, ploughs and almost description Proclamation, or your Message or Mr. tatives: Ponnai/1 irania on the 20th inL the
:entY of hieh is cleared, with good buildings. Apply every Tany'greport bcen'--and with that says 1 to the tailor; can't -- --- -- ----- -
this of plantation equipage a set of black smith's following resolution submitted and
office ; -eny one on 'em-or was a4op.
or to FRANCIS or I fix *
bellows says you things now, so as to get over all this
_l\1Wlauee, January 11th 1834 ntfDlSSOLUTI9N tools and ; likewise, mules, oxen,cattle, hogs 44 com to think on't, you may take 'em all toO'ethcrfor trouble /' There is the ted without a division :- '
etc. etc ; upor. very accommodating terms, paying only one way, says
OFCOPARTNERSHIP..Thcof annually legal interest and securing the debt. But if they are prmy much ALL ONE- tailor, and that I've stated, and another That the committee of Wa land

parlnenhl5herelofcre e1iiitin undei the firm the above described property, should not be sold at and I'll take this Bank reply' and then let'ssee thing,' says he, the Gineral wants a new means be directed to inquire into the present .
L oc Corman and Craig was disSolve by mutual con-) private sale! before tht 14th day of Februrry next,the what kind of a fight it will turn out.- pair.' 4 You rascal,' the I state of the currency, and its'probable efects :
en 1 on the first inSall indebted plantation will be then rented to the highest i- says gineral, you the commonwealth
ocrsons to the late respon 44 Well, the Ginervl, upon credit of this ;
says are of can't
ble bidder the and the you a man make a better pair, and one that fits me
to call and settle their with upon premises, perishable property
anrrethqutstel accounts sold at the sainetiment auction for ready money. spunk, Major, and I like you for it, if 1 makea better, if you try a month-these pant loon and also to inquire bow r the public! interests

t2tI EDWARD LOCKERMAN, In the inuruxn any person who may be desirous of.i prisoner on you, I'll treat you like a brave said tie gineral, are better than a new pair might be promoted by the continuation abUts

WILLIAM P. CRAIG. purchasing the perishable property entire can ha'e.It soldier.And so will 1 you, Gineral),' says and if they only had new buttons here,theyTTUUM operations of the Bank oftbe United State.

TlL.....\. :. __ _.n H nn A credit of twelve months ,-G.IVlngluffitlwt securityupon [ :- -L, :-tnd..- :-r J------------VaU i I'.11 in the -fiuhL' ., OJ QSnlg'" 'l:.._ ,'A* .I"K,>,. no*UU f".w *.**. ..:__ ._. .. ._'__ under. 'a., charter .from. this commonwealth.. ,
-- application to W. WARD ] Ml MtnlsV? -
terms a.nd aolicill n ocr Wl1l*.continuance ewiuinue w oo of Dusiness custom on from liberal the 22tf) agent for the owner., eral), I'll bury you,' says I, with'the'honors weeks and months to UTIllg get a UtAy.pair to sit easy.-4Jy the snouid tpe:. present"charter noi *v renewed'07

friends rf .late finn and the public gent rally. X.ECUTOIt'S NOTICE.-All persouv ha'inclam of war,' and then we shook hands. Now, 11 wont have a new pair.' says thegineral, United States.

.an I:834 Stt1 EDWARD LOCKERMAN. E )' against the estate of.Hard y Vickers, late Major, says the Gineral as I am to begin the that I'm determined .on. 'I see,' says the -

WI1\ IOId on the first Monday in of Leon county deceased,ate required to present them fight, don't you fire till I fire, and then we'll gineral, what you arc afler-you want a new LQWELT.---ThiS thriving town has doubled

three t public outcry, in the town of February Qchusu or duly they authenticated wit| be forever within barred the-time those prescribed indebted by to law the go threw, shot by shot." Well says I, 1 job. its population In three years.. A cenua of

negro llans iiz: Lydia Bnay and want to know first, if I have fire the inhabitants has been'taken whic fa
*' edy thepoperty Sena fo- estate are requested to make immediate payment. a right to Well,' I let recently .
of says gineral me try-and with
deed or trust to Thomas James Ba.ltuU Mills but assigned by a SARAH VICKERS, } back your shot if they mis me, and I can that I wax'd thread and shows apopulatiocof -ia 18:39,647j.
to pay a debt and Sampson Pope, JAS. J. ViCKERS, >Executors 'em I" <4 0 the Gineral a got a new btltton ; .
due pick up yes says The '
t1) Richard nurnbsr of females ia 7925rxolea
ton "OtLtCarolinL CarnaC, of CUrle. 228w WM. W. HART. ) 4* that's fair in Use the and whilst the gineral stoo'd up, I sot down, -
list war.
I THOMAS Dee. 1833. pr AKli j U'.1'ICK.-AI persons indebted_to George I behind him, and stitched dn the button in 3 537; nearly two to one. Ldwell-falld now bol
shells and if
BA1.1'ZELL and too
,((221.431) MPQu'og ''j TIU3tCC3 Lorimpre, are requested to come forward and, guns you can, Major minits-th i gineral l 'all the while sh kid hiV little abort of. Salem' and nfi&.aji t Bill
4 s-tlle the same with the subscriber, as no further indulgence THAT'S THE. .Tfiuc 4T OF WA&.." The-Gint- I hickory nt thfftiifoVafaHellm;hi4 that be had ,.,:_ ..'
*" i
ia tho4'omm'
f 21 be 'iven.Jt33vr)JA.&f,LQj1MOItE: i ".I **'** t *" town n*cflI.fl .. -


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!J' iWIW' :' ' : [ : L '..Im.v 'Sfr.BULLOCK& inat ho'will' odye1ad: 1 :* ,- That the cainmttted on finance u ere v.w introduce a bill entitled, An
R' GS OF THE give notice, the er"to leave to act U'lth t"hing r'; .
,. '. ,. .... ." day< ask leave to introduce a Bill to provide for the rrtore. to enquire,.i into the expediency of abolishing the County Court of Ken A edv to keep a ferry across the Cold Water, whtJt. ..
I punishment of Criminal offences. 11 riot taxes, ,and-of conferring upon road leading from Florida? town to Tallahassee .
summary petty crosst
THURSDAY, J.WUARY 9th,1834. the to impose such may be no.c reek.1flr..
Mr. WARD notice asked and obtained ACou.ty.
pursuant (o previous -
1 and for the WARD notice that on
The House met pursuant to adjournment, a quorum leave to i introduce a Bill to Incorporate the.Tallahassee county for.itl currentright of expenditure ncriminals-which WM apprehend to introduce a gave be entitled, An to-morrow.he act for the will relief aik ofj?
Rail Road Company-which was read the first lion and punishment
feeing the
I.'f present, journal yesterday's proceedings waa moo Lewis. -
time by its title, and on big motion, referred to the Com on his motion adopted. Mr BULLOCK ofiered the following. resolution
adjourned :
House then
read.Wr. the
'fii 8c WARD gave, notice, that on a future day,be will ask mittee on Internal Improvements.Mr. On motion of Mr. SMITH, o'clock. Resolved by the Governor and Legislative Council oj tAt 1Lritory .

leave to introduce a Bill to Incorporate the Tallahassee BULLOCK offered the follow Resolution : until to-morrow morning at 11 of Florida; That the Delegate in Congress & rw

skit Road Company "Resolved, Tb&t the Enrolling and Engrossing Clerks TUESD.if, J.IJ)('. 14th, 1834, ted to procure if possible, the passage of an act granting i?
'Mr. CHANDLER will be required to furnish the Printer with a copy of the Minutes a additional member to the Legislative Council, from the Caadopted ?'
gate notice, that he on(' some.fu- The House met pursuant to adjournment, quorum uD
II of Franklin which was read, and on his motion
Ii *w ff day ask leave to introduce: a Bill to be antIt' led. a.n for publication, for which they shall be paid out of being present, the journal of yesterday's proceedingsd. Was Mr. CHANDLER, offered a preamble and resolution,which!.

i *#. Regulating the Pilotage at the Port of Key', West the present appropriation made by Congress for defraying read, and on motion of Mr. SMITH laid on the table. **

and l for other purposes. the expanses of this Legislative Council, as for other Mr. DUPONT, pursuant to previous notice, asked and Mr. SMITH offered the following resolution :

Mr. BLOUNT, from the Select Committee, to whom, the Engrossing.: obtained leave to introduce a bill, to he-entitled an act to Resolved by the Legislative Council, That all resolution

same was referred, reported the Rules of the House, The President laid before the Legislative Council, a repeal an act entitled an act to provide for the collection ?f hereafter presented to this House, shall lie on the table one da ::4J

j heretofore in force ; with sundry amendments-which Communication from Turbuit t R. Betten, Commissioner of Judgments against free negroes and other persons therein before any vote shall be taken on the adoption of he lamtu p', J

t was read, and oji his _motion, adopted-and\ fifty ropies I.I Tallahassee, containing an account of the transactions in named-which was read the first time, and on his motion, less by unanimous consent of the house, this rule be waive i
in that office-which was, on motion ef lIr.V A D. referred which was read and adopted.Mr. .
I ordered to be I for and eighteen
printed. made the order of the day tomorrow ; BIRD presented the following resolution : .
The following Standing Committees were appointed to the Committee on Finance. copies are ordered to be written. -
Resolved, That the Delegate in Congress be
by the President of the Council, viz: On motion of Mr. GAUTIER, the House then adjourned Mr. CHANDLER, pursuant to previous notice, asked and procure the passage ol an act, giving to the county requested of JeifcN t to(

The JUdiciary-Messrs.Srnith. Chandler and Qautier. until\ to-morrow morning, 11 o'clock. obtained leave to introduce a bill, to be entitled "an act son, an additional member in ihe Legislative Council-which}

Militia.- Messrs. Priest McKennon and jJupont. SATURDAY J.1JTU.1RY 11th, 1834. to change the namo of a certain person therein mention was read, and laid en the table until to morrow.

\ E'inance.-Me.srs.: Chandler, Robinso= mi Blount. The House met pursuant to adjournment, a quorum ed"-which was read the first time, when on his motion, An engrossed bill entitled An act to repeal an act, entitled .

Elections.-Messrs. &a utt'P.r, McKeriQon and Chandler. being present the journal of yesterday's proceedings was the Rule of the House was waived-the said bill was reada an :act: to provide for the collection of judgments against: free

Claims.-Messrs. Riz. Priest and Forbes. second and third time by its title and passedOrderedthat negroes( and other persons therein namedV:1S taken up from ;
read. the orders of the day, and read a third lime the r
Schools and CollegesMeanis.. Bird, Kirkland, and On motion of Mr. FORBES, Jos B. LANCASTER>{ : W4 3. the title bo aa h*>rnrA stnt* H. } shall this bit! become a law. the y** .."J n.upon... _.- -question n,

Mooring. I worn as Chief Clerk ; J. BRYANT, Jr. as SergeantatArms Mr. ROBINSON, pursuant to previous notice, Ankod and uy Messrs. GAUTIER &. BULLOCK,;-yeas Mr. President,Mexsrx :

f i State of the Territory.-Messrs. Ward, bullock and I and J. G. TYNER as Door Keeperin conformity with obtained leave to introduce a bill to be entitled an act Bird Blount, DuPont, Forbes, M'Kennon, Mooring,Priest,! 'u. '

Dupont. the 37th Rule of the House. concerning Roads, Highways and Bridges, 4.c.-which Robinson and Ward, U-Nays Messrs Bullock, Gautier and t c'

t C Banks.- Messrs. Bullock, Forbes arJ Bird, Mr. President laid before the Council a communication was:: read the first time, and on motion of Mr. BLOUNT, Kirkland, 3-so the said bill was passed ; Ordered that the u- '

.griculture.lcSir8.. Robinson tyutring $L Kirkland.. from following referred to the committee on Internal Improvements.Mr. tie be as before stated.
Internal Improvements. Mi'!ars. Dupont, Blount, : WARD gave notice, that he will, on a future day, Au engrossed' bill entitled An act for the relief of Mary P. '
Harker read third time and ordered
was a passed : that
Gautier Ward, Smith and Ch ask leave to introduce a bill, to bo entitled an act autho title be as before stated. the ,

Enrolled Bills...Messrs. Blount, Bullock and:\ Riz. JANUARY 10th, 1334. J rising Samuel Y. Garey to erect a Bridge over Black creek Mr. PRESIDENT laid before the Council a communication trop

I On motion of Mr. BLOUNT fifty copies were ordered te in Duval County. I his Excellency the Governor, as follows, : 1

be printed. To TIIE PRESIDENT or THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL: Also, (that he will, on a future day, ask leave to intro : I 1t i

The following communications from his Excellency the duce a bill, to be entitled an act to alter and amend an EXECUTIVE. OFFICE IJANUART i!

I f t tl G vern.ort were laid before the House by Mr. President, Sir-I have been requested, and now ncminate act to authorise the County Courts of this Territory to 13th, 1834. } !!
JOHN Jr.nwaoN, Seni. of Pensacola, as Notary tblic--
;,: appoint Inspectors of Beef in their respective Counties.Mr. j
EXECUTIVE OFFICE, ) his services are desired: by the Bank in that city. IRELAND gave notice, that he wilt, on same future To the president cffhe Legislative Council: i

l : TALLAHASSEE, 8th January, 1334. j I am respectfuly,.your obedient servant, day, ask leave to introduce a bill to chango the name of '
| P. SIR-I regret, that in my Message to the Let
Martha Higginbotham, to that of Martha (; oliel.
< \I II SIR -The act of last Session entitled An act (Agreed to and advised.) live Council .at the opening of the session, a notice of the imprevemeoJf -
more On motion of Mr. CHANDLER Ir.
I i WARD is added to
Which was read, and nn motion of Mr. FORDIS, the at St. Augustine, so essential to the prosperity of
effectually to secure the solvency of all Banks in this House went into secret session on tho nomination herein the committee on Finance.Mr. that! city, and authorised bv an act of Congress, was inadvertently

Territory; and subject them to the payment of damages.if FORBES offered the following Resolution : OJ>littcd. They are of so much importance, that I havt

they fail or refuse to pay specie for their notes when contained The Council having under consideration, Resolved! That tho Secretary of the Territory be requested thought it advisable to brinjr the subject! specially before yon ';..
demanded," requires that each incorporated Bank shall Legislative Pub to furnish each Member of the Council with a to-day. An appropriation of 20,000 Dollars was made by the
of Senr.
l ii' make annual return .n the mat Monday in November inevery the nomination JOHN JERRIBON, as Notary of all the Laws of the General Government, for the purpose; of rebuilding the Sea .
in force
copy Territory now -
year of the name of the Stockholders the amountof lic for the City of Pensacola, made by his Excellency the which was lead and his motion wall in front of the City of St. Augustine, and for repairing
Stock owned each individual and the Governor, do consent to and advise the same-when the on adopted.Mr. Fojt St. Marks of the same place. These works are under
by or company CHANDLER offered
t of door was again opened.Mr. the following Resolution :- the superintendence of Lieut. TUTTLE of the Engineer Corps
amount Money actually paid into the funds of each
.Bank on each share and forward the WARD gave notice, that on a future day, ho viii Resolved, That the committee on Finance be, and theyare an officer of reputation and talent; and preparations for their !'
respectively, same hereby authorised to employ, if Clerk prosecution are in u state of f forwardness( but additional i- :
to the Governor for the time before the ask leave to bring in a Bill, to be entitled an act to au necessary, a great an
being, to be laid thorize Richard and Noel Stafford, to sell and dispose of for their- body who shall be paid in like manner as the appropriation is deemed indispensable: for their completion !
Legislative Council at its first Session thereafter. other Clerks of which 1 recommend to the Legislature to the '
this House
Ellis which was read, and on his urge upon
the real of Stafford deceased.
I have' the honour to by before the Council the return estate motion attention Congress, St. Auguitine i is: liable in caseofit'.cr ,
I of the Central 1 Bank of Florida," and of the Bank of Mr. PRIEST laid before the House, the Petition of Augustus 1lr.V adopted. storms from the sea, to great injury and destruction. It hall {f'

! ;: Florida," and the return of the Merchants and Planter's Steele and others ; praying for a new County to betaken ARD, from the committee on the Stute of the already swept! over part of the buildings in that City, and its .f

!I f Bank at Magnolia," made in pursuance of law. No from the South part of Alachua County and for Teiritory-to whom had been referred the petition of II.I encroachments, in consequence ot the dilapidated and insufficient

! J other return tins been received from other Bank in other purposes-which was read and on motion of Mr. Hannum and others, made the following report, to wit. state of( the old 1 sea wall, have, within a few years i past.
t Jt any The Committee on the State of the whom I been The increased value which will be
t this Territory. Thu Bank of Pensacola BLOUNT, referred to the Committee on the State of, the Territory, to alarming. imparted
has recently was referred the petition of Henry Hannum and others, to> the Public LamU, ;. in east Florida, and especially the Public
gone into operation, and it ig not known that the act abovementioned Territory. relative to the Property in St. Augustine by the contemplated impro"cmcnt.otlcrs ,
offered a Ferry on Appulachicola river, beg leave to
Mr. Riz the Resolution
fF affects it, The Bank of West } following :.
F Florida incorporated considerations, which will, no doubt, influence iheNa* ;.
in 1&29 is, however, within its provisions, but the Resolved, Thnt a Select Committee be appointed to[ REPORT: tiunal Legislature u> make further appropriations necessary to ,

; officers of that Bank have not complied with them. They receive proposals, and make a contract for Printing the That they have considered the same, and are of opinion, complete it. The City of St. Augustine is believed to tethc
Laws of the Session of this Council and such first town established within the limits of the i/nited]
have not made the ascertain present !present \
to the : the
: report necessary tax that prayer of the petitioners is reasonable and s-hould I Statt.&llier the
due to the Territory by law for the years 1832 and 1833.I other miscellaneous Printing as may be ordered by the be granted. At the same time, as the object of tho said and venerable discovery waifs-of its America Gothic Columbus.architecture-. its Its vine-ancient

In 1832, the sum of 220 dollars was forwarded to the House-provided the terms shall appear'reasonable to I petition is: local, and as the (limitations and restrictions" mantled battlements and stone structures, present themselvesto

Treasurer of the Territory, by its then officers with aIU'o said Committee : Otherwise to report to this House rayed tor in the same, must: of course be better known the eye of the traveller in beautiful contrast with the recently
f fI .11b-J ,,..-.1.. ,. .. I- ...... which was read and on his motion adopted, biesera.-Rit,* reared
::t -"Int due fnrtQ nul"ulUUt "io tho honotn/il.lf u* Mtl'':IHt1l rOI.r.o..hns thft (,Qunty, villages and cities!' of other section of rur Territory.
:(, but no proper statement was made, or regular (dat;I Ajiuuiiiiiu were "ppuiuf ea on.uiai com r-D.o* "' .-where the said petitioners reside, than to your Committee rue preservation of this! City is highly; important to other portions
furbished! thereof by them The Treasurer considered i it The Resolution offered on yesterday, by Mr. BULJL K, ; of the United States \
ftey respectfully that bill the as a desirable point for a Public
suggest, a Hill t!
t'J fJ the best course to receive the amount tendered, as being was taken up from the orders of the day, and on his mo more properly originate with those gentlemen upon subject than Seminary SI ; and from the salubrity of the atmosphere, and

probably so much saved to the Treasury as is stated i in tion, leave was given to withdraw the same. Committee. therefore your I healthiness of situation, and the facility of access to it from I
the enclosed communication from him. Mr. President laid before the Council a communicationfrom They, pray to be discharged fromthe the North and theSouth, it must eventually( be appreciated aa
The fact notorious throughout the Territory that the his Excellency the Governor, enclosing the Reportof consideration of the same. i it justly deserves. St. Augustine will he looked to by the inj l
Respectfully submitted valid and
those who seek to from the cestructivr' diseases
i the Auditor, as follows ; escape -
Bank of West Florida has several
months since
suspendedapecir GEO. T. WARD, Chairman. of a northern winter, as an abode delightful! fur the beauty

payment, and the fact now communicated to the TJLL.1JUSSEE, J.WUJRYWk, 1834. January 14th, 1834. of its scenery and mild sweetness of its climate. -... ..
I Council, that the officers of the Bank if there have I I am respectfully obedient .
, are any, Which was read, and on motion of Mr. BLOUNT, con your servant,
E disregarded the obligations imposed upon them by their THE PRESIDENT OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL: curred in by the House. WILLIAM P. -DUVAL.Which .

t : charter and the laws of this: Territory, constrain one to 1lr.V ARD, from the Select
SirI'have Committee to whom was read and motion of Mr. WARD
the honour to lay before body, was on referred to
cull your
upon Legislature to adopt proper measures for referred the petition of Mary P. Harker, divorce the committee on Internal and .
the of tife the Report of tho Auditor, shewing the amount claimed praying a Improvements, on motion o
preservation credit and reputation of our Territory reported a bill to be Mr. RIZ 500
entitled an act for the relief of copies are ordered to be printed-.
i iI from further injury, ant! for the protection of the by Treasury, of certain individuals therein named, and P. Harker-which was read the first time, ind made the Mr. PRESIDENT laid before the Council the report of Tlios.}
I the he has in the collection of the claims.
I ii rights and interests'of the holders of the notes of the course pursued order of the day 'for tO-mor row. Brown, Esqr., Auditor of the Territory of Florida, accompanied -
Bank and other creditors. What those measures should 1 urn, respectfully your obedient servant, On motion of Mr. BLOUNT with sundry vouchers, 8tc., which on motion of Mr. BLOCK
i Lwr.1 .. ..111 .. . __ WM. P. DUVAL. the House adjourned until'1 are referred to the co-vnittee Finance.On .
I oe, i rarer ts, me wmuom or tae Council to acciqe. mycooperatioq to-morrow, 11 o'clock A. J.U.WEDJtESD.'lY on
in the most summary, that the power of the Which was read ; and the said Report of the Audit motion of Mr. BLOCNT the house adjourned until to mor-
was, on motion of Mr. BLOUNT referred to the Committee row 11 o'clock.
I Legislature will justify, will be cordially rendered Finance. J.l. 'UdRY 15th 1834. FRIDAY, Jd.\". nth, 1331.
... 1 am, Sir, respectfully, your obedient servant, on
I On motljn of Mr. PRIEST, the House then The House met pursuant to
WM. P. DUVAL, adjourneduntil adjournment, a quorum being The House met pursuant to adjournment, a quorum feeing
i Uon. JOKJI WAKREV, President of the Council. Monday next, at eleven o'clock, A. M.MOXD.4 present Mr. GACTIER the journal of yesterday's proceedings was read. present, the journal of yest rday's proceedings was read.
the Committee on Elections, reported a Mr. DUPONT that
bill gave notice, he will, on a future day, ask
be "
EXECUTIVE OFFICE Y, J.WU.1KY 13th, 1SJH. to in entitled An act"to provide for the Election of certain leave to introduce a bill to alter and amend the Fee Bill. .
} officers this Territory ; which was read the first time bj i its Mr. CHANDLER notice that
The House he will ask
TALLAHASSEE, 9ih January, 1834. met pursuant to adjournment, a quorum title, and made the order of the day for Friday! -and leave gave to-morrow,
eighteen to introduce bill define
being present the journal of Saturday's proceedings was copies are ordered.Mr. a to the bjundadries of Monroe

Sin-Since writing the communication addressed to read. County.
DCFQNT pursuant to previous notice, asked and obtained Mr.:ROBINSON asked and obtained I leave
be House on yesterday, respecting the Banks of this Mr. WARD gave notice, that on a future day, he will leave to introduce a bill, entitled, U An act in relation to liens heretofore given, to introduce a bill, entitled pursuant"An Act to to notice Incorporate .

Territory, the enclosed report bus been received from the ask I leave to introduce a Bill, to be entitled an act regulating created by judgments"-which wag read the first lime, and on the Town of Chattahoochie, in Gadsden County"-
''Bank of Pensacola. Attachments.Mr. motion of Mr. BLOCNT, referred to the Judiciary Committee. which
was read the first time by its title, and 18 copies are ordered ,
I Mr.
I have the honour to be, Sir, very respectfully, your GAUTIER from the Committee on Elections, gives i GAUTJEH, presented the petition of Washington Toney, to be written. '
and others
obedient servant. By the Governor, notice, that at an early day he will ask leave to introducea to Jackson, citizens of Fayette county, praying to be reannexed cDlr.i WARD, pursuant to previous notice, asked and obtained

J. D. WESTCOTT.Jr. Bill to be entitled an act to provide tor tho election of ed-which on his County motion, and for other purposes therein express i. leave to introduce a bill, entitled An Act to authorize Samuel
was referred to the Committee the I Y.
( on Garey to build a Bridge the North of Black
Secretary of the certain officers in this State of over prong
Territory. the
: j Territory with
to Committee
Hon. JOHN W I 1 to i Creek, in Duval County, at or near his rry-which was read
ARREIf. Mr. CHANDLER gives notice, that he will to-morrow, i I i report upon the right of this Council to annul the acts heretofore the first time by its title, and made the order of the day for
Which being read, on notion of Mr. GAUTIER, were ask leave to introduce a Bill to be entitled, an act I to passed, organizing the County of Fayette. to-morrow.

1i t tt with their several exhibits, referred to the Committee on i change the name of Louisa WaggonhoUt, to Louisa Mr. ROBINSON gave notice that he will on some future day, Also, a bill, entitled An Act for the relief of Romeo Lewis,
t: Banks. I Browne.Mr. of introduce a bill to be entitled "An act to incorporate the town which was read the first time by its title, and referred to the
Chattahoochie in Gadsden
On motion of Mi. BLOUNT, the House then adjourned : FORBES gives notice, that he shall, upon a futu Mr DCPONT from the Committee County"re Committee on Claims.

Qntil to-fnorrow morning, at 11 o'clock. day, ask leave to introduce a Bill, to be entitled, an act to whom the same had been referred on Internal Improvements bill be I I r Mr. WARD .gave notice, thaat I.e will, on tomorrow, ask
reported a to
the entitled lo introduce a bill, to be entitled "An Act concerning
regulating introduction and removal of Slaves "An
from act to incorporate Tallahassee Rail Road Com the authentication of "
TR1DW, JJUfUJRY lOrA, 1834. the Territory of Florida. pany"-without amendment which i conveyances.
was made the order of the FOREES
The House ? pursuant to previous notice, asked and obtained
met pursuant to adjournment; a Mr. datf for
quorum DUPONT gives notice, that he will, at some future Monday next-and eighteen copies are ordered. leave to introduce a bill, entitled "An Act to authorize James
being present the journal of yesterday's proceedings day, ask leave to introduce the following Bills, to wit :_ Mr. WARD offered the following resolution :_ Kennedy to establish a ferry over Cold Water, where Ihe road

was read. A bill to be entitled an act in relation to Indorsors of Pr- Resolved, That the Committee on Finance be instructed to: leading from Florida-Town to Tallahassee crosses said Cieek"which

Mr. GAUTIER gave notice that he will on some future misory Notes and other sureties ; and a bill to be entitledan enquire into the state of forwardness, in which the compilationof was read the first time by its title, and on motion oft

day, ask leave to introduce a bill to be entitled an act concerning act in relation to liens created the Laws, authorized by an act of this House in 1851, is a Mr. FORBES made the order ef the day for Monday next
by Judgments.Mr. this time, and also to enquire how far the
Executions. appropriation of A bill, entitled An Act to provide for the Election of certain
GAUTIER, pursuant to previous notice, asked and Congress for the said compilation has been
which Officers "
in this
On motion ef Mi. GAUTIER-Ordered, That so much obtained leave Territory, from the orders of the day,
introduce read
to a bill to be entitled was and on his motion adopted.
an act, was, on motion of Mr. GAUTIER
of the Govern postponed, and made the order -
r'li Message, as relates to the law, prescribing amendatory to an act, concerning Executions-which was A bill to be entitled, An act to repeal an act, to provide for of the day for Thursday next.

the mode of electing, and returning the persons read, and on his motion, referred to the Committee on t hethe collection of judgments against free negroes, and other persons A bill, entitled An Act to authorize James Caraway to establish
toted fpr as Members of the Legislative Council, be referred Judiciary. therein named, was taken up from the orders of the day, a Ferry atOcheesee on the Appalachicola River'*-waa 1

to the Committee on Election I I On motien of Mi. BULLOCK, Mr. BLOUNT is added and read a second time ; and ordi red to be engrossed and reada read a second time-when the House resolved itself into Committee

i\ I That so much thereof as relates to Patrols be referred the Committee on Banks. to third time on tomorrow.A on said bill; after some time the Committee arose, and

That much thereof relates presented an extract from the presentments of ker was taken from the orders of the day, and read a second sit again ; which was concurred in by the House.
so as t. Criminal Laws
our the Grand Jury for the Counties of St. John's and Mosquito time, when on motion of Mr. GAUTIEK, the'House went into a On motion of Mr. CHANDLER leave is given- him to with-
referred to the Committee the
be .
on Judiciary.That -which was read, and on his motion, referred to Committee of the whole thereon-after some time spent therein draw the preamble and resolutions, which he presented to the
so much thereof relates to the Lands reserved the committee on the Judiciary.Mr. the Committee rose, and Mr. GAUTIER, therefrom reportedsaid House on yesterday. .

|br Commen Schools, bo referred to the Committee on WARE presented the petition of Mary P. Harkepraying bill with amendments, which were concurred in by the The Resolution offered on yesterday by Mr. BIRD, was ta-

Schools and. Colleges. a di"orce-which was read, and on his motiou r, House ; and said bill is ordered to be engrossed:: t for a third keu up from the orders of the day-and on motion of Mr.

Thai 50 much thereof as relates U Agriculture, be ...- with its exhibits, referred to a Select Committee reading on to-morrow. : GAUTIER, together with a substitute therefor,and sundry amendments
-Messrs. Mr. PRESIDENT laid before the Council, a report and ordered to be until
t furred jo the Committee on Agriculture.That Ward, Bullock and postponed Thursday next.
Dupont, were appointed. current of Charles Austin Territorial Treasurer
of Florida,- Mr. President laid before the Council the
refers following commttA
so much as to Navigation, Roads Mr. GAUTIER presented a petition in favour of James which on motion of Mr. BLOCNT is referred to the Committeei nication from his Excellency the Governor l
.end, Canals, be referred to tho Committee oa Internal Improvenleuts. Caraway, for a Ferry at Ocheesee, on the Appalachicola Finance. :

river-which was, on his motion, referred to the committee On motion of ]dr. BULLOCK, the house then adjourned until;l EXECUTIVE OFFICE, t .1

Mr. DU/ONT gave notice; that he will at some early on the State of the Territory. to-morrow 11 o'clock. TALLAHASSEE, January 17th 1834. '.

t day of the Session, ask leave t. introduce a Bill to be Mr. MCKENNON presented a petition of N. H. Mitchell
THURSDAY, JANUARY 16/4 1834. SIR :--I nominate for FRANXUN
entitled an act, to to repeal an act, entitled an act to provide and other citizens Walton The House -
County, praying a repeal met pursuant to adjournment, a quorum Jno. G. Roan, H. Hanky W. Cromwell E. J.1 WotfSf Q.
for the collection of Judgments against free negroes, of the law imposing Territorial Taxes, and for other purposes I present the journal of yesterday's proceedings was read. C. Raymond; as Port Wardens., \

god other persona thetein earned. therein e.lpres.ed-which was read, and his Mr. GAUTIER pursuant to the of the committee
on m- report on the J. F. Dean, Chester Sully if E. G. IVood; a* Auctioneer .
Mr. RoiiNtoN 'gave notice; that he will, on some fu- lion so much thereof as relates te the subject of taxation, state of the Territory, on that subject introduced a bill entitled; William Laprade, William S. PaulKn ; Inspectors,of Loan .

..fewo day, .introduce a bill to be entitled '.60ct relating was referred to the committee on Finance. "An act to authorize James Caraway to establish a ferry a; 'J". I

f ty goads, Bridges,.Hjlhw ?: ,.' &c. Mr GAUTiSft-offeredtbe. following Resolution time Ocheeee, 071 the Appalachicola river"-which was read the first Samuel O Rotewn, mUirni 'Lavre&i ,Juitocifwcc. rj. fh i
_, and made the order of the. d>/.for U-aoaw t .


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Lto! Com'tJ'I tAt I I I concave squares or banks the shoot extend them these ai1tK permitttd 'ttj MpiIUt" M trial iDa 1 Uct I ihe=admmiatraiKwf'ri' ---4) J 1 .i .- ihV'' ,:_.:' .[tT.
'of ,
fera .f selvea into earth may remuneratt and flatter my Intrusion to such specting the Little Cam Noah salb I'i'i1t
Ls1t1fti properly' worked and broken Deposites. as D\ AM> J l\ ,: -c .J'H'r.1'.._
J'' renJnt4.JJ BOIo1r Vai. Which strengthens and ,and length on your patience, Mr. Editor, and the good the Commercial Representative," and Va nller- I ..J. P. PtTZas, Professor of Pkysiotcgical M*

fkdebrC PJ, Elf., of M d; forming the banks feeds} them-while the dirt nature of your numerous readers Your very obu pool, the Kinderhook representative were. taking dicintwho, for several years, hatfcvoied his entire
u. owkdrciit cf or ,ridges of the attention to the treatment of cAraiiror
to I square, by I noted on M'DulEe, but the better opinion was, bveterttc do-
continually decomposing and AN ENQUIRER. that case*, has succeeded, by chemical 'linnlYais-.nd '
would On Turs-
StC.ii falling into the cen Tallahassee they say nothing after all. in ynthflsis -
d ol't servant, tre 14th Jan. 1834. forming a combination from several
) proximate
gcIctfu9Y you I preserve the roots from exposure and acci day, Mr. Clay gave Mr. Ser.retaryTaneyu severe vegetable
principles, lo which he has
P. flU VAIL. given the
WM. dent. If rubbing down in the Senate without eliciting
g Medicine
any one will cx.mme'the eye "of a cane FROM THE NCW-TOaX COCRtta AND &NVIRLL'F any name Siomachkac et Hr pa lice ; irhich has

' qf cAt Ltg ltJti CouRril.JP plant, when first lii morrunv iw rt ... defence.- proved far raor, *efficient than a remedy heretofore
fPrt shootinff. it will he. rvivei1 "* rs' s>*ir. f .M.. M .r v UA
,. -- ----- -- In
I ""'' both Houses the Administration ia discovered
woefully In
---- "curing
15th thoseditressing
r maladies of
that November and LiYerpOOIOfLhCI6'bOth
Mr. BULLOCK the in
on motion of nothing can exceed its delicacy and tender cl uai"c.. These overmatched, Polk and Canbreling, vs. M'Duffie, mind and body, which are generally comprenendcd un-
Wtl n.'unto session on the nomina-< ss and papers were brought to us by the der tile
8fcret i ; sugar planters Bur and term Diarcm
here Binney sweeping and Lrrzu-CoM-
would do well to news-boat Thomas H. Smith, belonging to the association Foreyth, Wright,
l'utt.rcontaincd, atd do advise and con- trsaroc.The eat it with Henton Calhoun Webster and PL.f.XTS-t is likewise an almost certain for
more than their accustomed and were received from the packet"1ipEuropt, vs. Clay, Clayton I cure en
jonJ tothe door bein again,opened. a0flTIttI0fl (r.d at all events it care- Capu Maxwell, which vessel sailed from Liverpool n ,_" Against six hundred ships ia commission, we largement of the SfLEXM.
give the the
nt of Mr. BLOUKT, {the House adjournedfi)s above support of banking, Sunday, the 17th of November, and was boarded off enter the lists with a three shilling pamphlet." Among symptoms of Dyspepsia Liver-com

at 11 0'doc k. stated, in preference to the objectionablemode [! the coast forty miles from Sandy Hook. plaints, are flatulency, sourness or burning in the stomach -

ti1I{ cr.norrow of planting in the hill England.-There I ; melancholy, irritability, disagreeable taste in the
or ridge itself. The are no political news worth notic From the Georgia Times, Dee. 25.
mouth ; great irregularity of
land ing. Th, Duke of Dtjoftshire hu appetite, which is some
being thus twice tendered his
jO1iDIA1N : prepared in squares or banks, the resignation ef Lord Chamberlain STATE RIGHTS. times voracious and at other time greatly deficient

centre of the square is partially filled with earth, hold, but it has been declined. His of the Grace Kind's is House absent Our columns to day, contain the Address of the hurt, fetid breath, nausea, weakness of the stomnch'IId ,

and the cane plant which should only be four 1011 the comment-travelling for his health. Central Committee of the Slate Rights' Party in t of the eructuiions bowels palpitation, drow inesss, rregulariiy
QQ m I the
.il Au1 "__ joints long and containing perhaps five eyes, i is : Captain Rots.-A theatrical representation, entitled Georgia. The occasion is one which demands ol h pain in he head pressure ditrtncsi on or vertigo stomach confusion after meals or

""SATURDAY Y, JANUARY 18.i1l taken by the hand and pushed two-thirds downwards \\11 Captain Ross, or the King of the Arctic Regions," every patriot an attentive perusal of that docu mind, attended with the loss of memory; a gnawing

recently brought out in thc Royal Pavilion Them ent. The time has now arrived when the contest i.-) the itonoach when chilliness affection

chartering the Leon Ra'ilway, has been d through this prepared earth-I say "push- aire i"cbut, While Chapel his road. The gallant Capt. attended is to be waged between the advocates of power .ht and hearing. pain empty and weakness ,in the bark ofsi ,

of the day for monday next.- f for in no other way can the cane plant be dent, the theatre was presence soon crowded becoming known by He acci and the advocates of the people. The suppor.-i languor 1 dis.turlH.-d" sleep, cold fe-t and hand., tremor

l de the uruer planted so as to be embraced and held firm in the during the exhibition and whenit to excess.closed drove remained ters of the Proclamation and the Force Bill, time uicdtiincss In the throat, caugh, pain in the side or
will be
that a liberal\ charter granted, I:t at, &c.
> trust earth-both of which are essential in preventing off in nis carnage, amidst the cheers of an 'immense sycophantic a-wefters of the unlimited sjpreinacv

J that no obstacle will be thrown in the way of moisture settling around and crowd which h4 assembled in front of the building. of the Federal Government, the deluded convertsto The alp maladies lead to organic affections of the
IOU decaying the stomach I 11\
which thc prosperity cf this portionso well cane, At a late meeting of the Geographical Society in i the exploded theories of Federalism and the : ere and heart, terminating in Dropsy,eon--
I prOJect upon as as to afford immediate for the suinptiun, Apoplexy,fitc to the climate hab.-
provision according ,
Regent street the ambitious
much depends. intrepid Captain Koas attended for disciples of consolidation iiun ting !lor
first itsge, sex, and umi of
fJorjda ermine the
e germination of the Threw and sometimes the purpose roooiving the midal of the patient.
eye. royal fifty gUI gorgeous trapping, twill cU'CK the aris Ux>tracy J.
Pr.-p.ut-d by P. PETERS
four ( neal, which had been voted to hits for his scieniitic M. D., Milledgeville,
according to the richness of
of the soil) a consolidated Empire have al length arrayed Itivciuor and sole
fill the >prieLOr.
takes place to day, to \"ara and discoveries r'r'
election geographical in the Arctic
An plants are placed in Regions. their forces. The
the same square-if three, The meeting was liberties of the people is T'sImottalsNumerous certificates might be :.d.
of Jason
numerously aitcnded.
by the resignation triangularly if four the object of their assault. To the people therefore duced rel,itive to the
cv. oc'I' one may be put in each an Captain Ross has named a lake wh>:h he discovered extraordinary cures performed
\' Council, from his belongs the duty of resisting llii endeavourto by uaina these medicine bUl the ClIoing an thought
Jlsq., a glee Great attention must be given to the during late voyage to the northern regions I. Lake ;
position surhci-
from their richest inheritance. We nt ; "- itt the m.nd of the
Landon destroy
}his; "Huntwho, has been prevenud taking of the in compliment to the fair p eteu.I c.iiiuoi most skeptical :
t sickness. being critically placed so that There had been a continual fall in the price of whnai mention too frequently, or urge upon them too From Dr. Jam, Eice'l, ..luthmof the Medical Compote

t l.s: scat by the eyes may be on both sides outwardly directed, I I ever since the commencement of the late harvest. earnestly the necessity of l forming tho county associations tow, Family Ptiysictan.NEWORLEANS .

and able to shoot without deformity laterally-for Kean died intestate, and although it is ascertained suggested by the Slate Ui ht8' Meeting, Dec. JO'h 1835.

There arc few things which have been subjects i if the eye, from which it is well known the that he had received, during the nineteen years that and eloquently advocated by the Committee, for Ta whom it mayconcirn.--This is to certify, that I

rf complaint) fur; the last two or three years, cane he was an actor, the sum of l150,000orneftrty f 750, the sole purpose of msurii g a unity of purpose na\c wiiiicsM-d .nt: oration, of Dr. Peter's >i
greater who arc permitted to germinates-be carelessly turned downwards, the 000, yet he died so poor, that his widow had nOl deemed and a concert of action. Now WHen our l freedom ft Hepaticcc in a uumbrr of very obsiinatc
than runaway negroes shoot is necessarily liable to suffocation-and if it advisable to take wul letters of adounifi'.ratiou on i is jeoparded should we be t rm. The onset ui tntftlt Uyspej>tie and Livt-r-atfcciions, of lung standing,like.
8tlar ;
season wet to certain drowning-and if it f be firce bu. and
Mr. Heber's may a one, once firmly met and i its affvcis .
have come to our knowledge, in T\Inch they .i. representatives are sanguine of obtain were truly aai nUhiiig. I have no hMilalton <
be upwards, it is weakened and destroyed by theli ng from 150,000 to 160,000, by the sale of his immense gallantly resisted, the victory is our own. If we in dcciarin: it the most valuable! preparation
with singular in their
1 lave, behaved audacity pretJatorv exposure, besides being deprived of a pioper I terary treasures.The t temporise and delay, we know not in what hour ti l\,r ihosc ailments that has ever come within

expeditions. Either through indolence' or sis. It is also desirable that a portion of the plant : death of the Rev. Woolf Gollin, one of the the tempest may overtake u wile by our negligence i my knowledge.: JAMES EWELL, D.

fear of incurring expense, slaves arc frequently should be Jewish Beth Din, is announced. Ho was highly eminent it shall have gathered sufficient sireugtt' to LTitrciis County, G I. April 5/A 1S33: ,

permitted by their masters to go at large for permitted to appear above the surfaceof for his great biblical learning and knowledge ot sweep us from our position.JYVip I Dr. Peters Sir: I wix|. you to SCIH! me three more
t the ground, as it allows of radiation of heat the Hebrew language. The funeral was most numerously *
in JV. C.-A bill Is al nvilu-ui'. 1 h taken the
months. Tl'iere it no doubt that a master is moralv and Capitol was yesterday reported j jiarci your ivc one you
and evaporation of moisture both generated by repeciaoly attended. The venerable doctor from the committee on PuuJic BuildiNgs, authoring sent me by Mr. Ard trrl! it ha -I1tJpet.l me very much.
bound to make proptT exertions for their reoirerv Herschell delivered a suitable discourse the j
!l the on occa- I think one more parcel wilt dire me, 'ml at apeakof
decomposition of the seed-oane t the Commissioners to >erin- you
: it is for this in appointed iii
s ion the
praise ot virtues and .
laicms ih
in such cases to prevent the infliction ofBit great tend U-aun:: soon, I have concluded to get and keep two
the .
reason, that throughout all the West Indies the departed. >f the Capitol, to draw upm-llie
I HfI.tls of .alu.i'ule medicine fur fear I
ur one
the The extent of the evil y may
injury on public. is in the Lord Francis Egerton has dropped the surname ot Treasurer for such gums as may be necessary to be t
cane placed earth obhquely, with about day taken d-wi again, ;nd should lot be able louAinii.
would seem to require some provision by law, by 2 or 4 inches of its head above Such Levenson Gower, compliance of the will ut Scrooge, carry on and complete the srnc. WAYSEW.EILASDS

which owners would in nil cases be made liable to I the ground. is lasl Duke of Bridgewattr, and assumed inai .f hger- Cape Fear Bank JV. C.-A bill has been rej>or- N. B. The above case v as one of severe Dyspepticand .
outline of
sugar cane planting 38 practised in I ton onl}'. His Lordship returns to England 10 takt |ted the House of Commons re-charter .
in to
a rcrte riable euni for the apprehension of run, Lev r affection ; but was entirely removed by liio I
pjy the British Islands-and I would suggest for the possession of the vast canal property bequeathed to I j institution. It extends the charier of the Bjnk to i use ot luo purccJs: Mttlicine.. J. PF.TERS. f
!aVC. lain by the late Duke of B ridge and \\liicli I
: water
approval of this territory, its strict application and estimated to exceed 11,000,000, per. annum. 1354, des away the one per cent tax, but provide i Lture.s County, Ga. .\'. 4tk 1S33. j"

The F st Odices at-Ross Mineral Columbia trial, with this exception-That as the plough is Pertu aj.-Our ad vices by these paper are no lalerfiom that a tax of cents shall oe paid into tilt State : To all wtan it iny concern :-The undei f-ted ws?
Spring, here the chief implement husbandry should J Lisbon than November 2d, inclusive 1'hcsainu Treasury on each share The Bank is promptly severely. ..tHie.fii wiiu .* Dyspeptic and Liter affrctiou

Couiuy, have ticen discontinued, and new we dates have beeu received before. Party spirit was to redeem its notes with specie, or pay al the rate ir 1.U1Year awl foll-wtd the advice of Physician
i instead
lines establiNhed at San Pedro, Madison County, of square, run double furrows, and plantone running high in the Portuguese capital it was believed I of 10 j per cent interest per annum. C'insii.ei'cJ ciniiK-ni in tlivir! prof"9sion.T'thou! .

nJNeivSroyrua: and Totnoka, Mosquito County. cane with the hoe and hand in such furrow that affairs v. ould prrcced with more domestic rUSCALOOSA, (Ala.) Dec. 24.-Joyful Intelligence. I being lieiirtiu-it. I finally nitd Dr. Peter's McdicinaStumaihica

; taking care to leave a sufficient bank or riJge for harmony, if foreigners, both ashore and dual, would .-The Creek controversy may be considered : et Hepatica ; amid, after making u:e of tw n
I their officious ,..arcl.s lound restored to lu-aKh
cause myselt perfect
interneddhng.-ltecruill from I ; my
WAUIIXCTON, Dec. 29Ui 1833. moulding and supporting the a* at an entJ"e nave me gratification I .
crttp. .
England, and also from Belgium, were sent uff to th couutcn nice, instead e-t" bring pale and haggard, resuiutd
.\Jy Dear fir :-1 haxe just arrived here, and shall The first I to lay before our readers and an anxioux community
working is generally given to the cane army at Santarenu Orders have been received: in : Its lyrmer h"alihful appearance, and,incredibleas
tak/ti!) re u in Congiess it-morrow.. I have been about England however the I :a message addressed to both branches of tnt I it I gained near pounds addn
,!t unlucky in home. I left KOME three weeks after planting-it will of course directing agents of Don PeJro, may appear, twenty
m my"I'are ont to enlist no more recruits. We presume, therefore, Legislature, by his Excellency, Governor Gayle, weiilu m the short space of ten weeks. It iticar *
.* e iwli I'cii/tier to take the suaraboat ,of the next dependent always upon the encroachment ofgrass !
that ihc contest u considered ui cttect, to have been with severa1 letters not heretolbre imbli."UleJ-a- tiv. mjndhs since ukmg the ml"hcl, andlhavrleli
itV f..r LC-.LrI1! Gcaua and Marseilles, which was ; and it iQ hrauiiful obocnc with what decided. of the diseafco have I the.1eNlt
wiiicii' id a letter addressed to tne Governor nu return nor r a.'UI'
::1\"c'J Iliac from 1 inong
tiUys in its Naples.
d.,.\)\tr, co.harked cm the pass.ige llkh at night and after tenderness of touch and scrutiny this first weeding Holland.-Dutch papeis are to November 17. It is by Froncis S. Key, Esq., all which will be read u suspect that I shalL I wwild earnest} r .

lhSi, liei! oa V.r had A hcaty; gale which obltgedc' l is ecuted-tbc weeds around the young statec in one of them, and with an air of authority, with the deepest interest. It will be perceived in t1)t.U.1.11 persons, similarly afflicted, to make triafcot
that the mission the BRYAN ALLlv
tilt? itra'ncr lo pal back, and remain' ln a days, and a I, cane arc removed with the fingers-and the decayed Prince Schwarizcniwsrg to the king, the language of the message of Governor Gaj ,e, same rcmtdy. "t
t haii;{ :le, leaf
or sheath which enveloped the bud is at the hands of his Majesty, with entire The direction.- From three .
success. >r one to
i the Gulf of Lyons and put into Toulon in dihtn .*. : in the undisturbed possession ol meir ira- using. parctls WI
lift 1 llrf thefl>-. tmr to make my way to 1'ans by : carefully taken off, as well as every part of the pr.nce himself toad jusilcfl the Hague upon his return and that the orders of the .)t necessary to complete a cure4 The pi ice is :$5 it
to Berlin, bearing \* 1Lh lum d smilf-boa provements, Secretary
set with bril Fur sile E. B. PHRKINS Taluuiassce.sole .
'be 25tb in the ordiirvr parcel. by ,
J hnd whicii raced on when : rotten seed-and where the decay has been
complete haute, and other mans 01 ra..u\ZJ und approbation of of War are to be confincil exclusively to the locations a." ent for Florida 2312mWATTI'1.D.
"f things. I otujhl to have been there on
; the ttii' F.\iliup to g d to Havre to on the 0" pro .-\ teacher for the Uuincy Acxdcmy
i'l.h I took t.hl. next paclutvhch :>aitd! on the Isl: i iI as the shoot is thus cleansed, fine earth is then position as regards the Belgian dispute we are uiun- Treaty." To this arrangement, it appears to u*, n to be made to the trustees in Quhv

I lIt Nuvcniber, and "IcreC c\peucncid as heavy ac : thrown around the growing shoot, and the bank formed and, but conciliatory.their tenor There is understood is to be very moderate theie can be, there should! be nil objection-any cy, on or before the first day of February next.

\ had l haJ in the Gulf: Hf Lyons (tl.c as yet, however no settlor, who may be found upon the reservjimuswhicli
l (* ". n'v-niy ofvhirU: Hyroa his fl nJ-rrd cclebrau). I II councils of a may be allotted to the Indians, will be required January 18ih f:;'>4 23tfJ M. FORBES Ser.Vy.
: \r\ shell. behind the hit of after working of their sane: that the West Indians bestow better ilispoiiiipu lo accommodate than has ytl ap We
tool 1; r : Wight having to remove. presume no set tier, inasmuch : Just
> &
peared.The. ? .c -- received by the schoonr
1 I ii'M our tl* .sa:1s.: The breaches being repaired we; I their gcatcst attention-for besides the tenderness Journal of the Hague that there is as he has no right Lo the bud, will hesitateto GttUittE: a choice parcel of groceries, coi>-
i.ucd! again on the Hth, anti after luiving crossed the of the which of itself says n LILZULIL with this itiuu. Thus Jo
plant, requires delicacy whatever in tile absurd reports spread by a comply CtlO we hope si& ing of mat and brown sugar : prime green coffecn -

I A'h'inl' ; and wort-in longitude ot \cw, Y nkiiaviigunlya experience has proved to them, that on it Trench Journal of the union part cf Luxemburg with lhat this perplexing question i is amicably adjusted I, ;roe.' chtblrin; tobacco! t\: tirst rate article) : claret,
few tJc! of Ill itudc niike
recs to : \rc en- the Prussian province of the Lowrr Rhine it dCltles and tliat no conflict will occui between the Suite muscat and old pon wine, by the gallon or dozen : American -
i is their future
The second
iuitcrrd the terrible North llt t bale which carried I dependent crop. weeding
thai any arrangement has been n.ade, and affirms that and the Federal authorities.CHAJILE.TOX. old cogniac (scigneUe brand) and old peac?*
fin}' (,ur to;-sail double rfccd, and drifted us to.. and for whenever the
moulding ( cane is cleaned Germany will LulL abandon any of us righu on. ihe- brandy, 4h: proof: New-Orleans and td Jamaica
1I\ It before cyuldlake I -
Cape cra was eleven c'ays .vc I fresh earth is hauled around it) should be given whole ol* LuAvmburg.Belgium. January 8 1834. rum : common old rectified, old monongabela, & Irish!
the of New York. ,
port .-The king has returned whiskey: also, besl Newark cidrr: London porter.
These TVCIC nusforiunrs: \\luch no one could anticiJ in the same way, according tl) the leisure and the to his capital trot COTTON.-The weather durh.t; ttic three first Jays eordi'lb molasses dcr vinear Havana N.I .
Paris, and opened his Chambers with : c segars, *
stf, nor any human cIT Irt avert. I was much: gruti- state of the grass. Three weedings are usually is silent as to the commercial 1 state and a speech. He of the week: prevented pertttiotacI1L!} On TJUU.-- alaI : bul'er and water crackers: cheek musca-
lied; to find howcii thnl the business f the! prospects of day and Friday, it became inure favourable and
Territory m si iiicrt! Brazil rock
deemed before the cane is his kingdom wisely so, it is said because terai ms : : nuts : candy: drnoaks
bJlIl1t in the necessary thought to : cverylhing of the sales noted below took ..
slightest tiecrr.c been jcRidt-d by: it place during :: so t' 4. smoked in flour Irish
gloomy. The public credit of the : herrings: sliper : -
It \at not until the JHtJi) (10 day since.)ihnt: jctitions; he strong enough to conquer the injury ct growthof I be sirciijilhened by the investment of country was to days. On) Saturday, again, the continued r.nis Pfi- : black pepper : ginger : nu'jnejs: No. I ytl.w p'tattits -

could by thciiiles of the !ilousr lc presented and the weeds. As soon as the crop has attained half l belonging lo the king of Holland which a large balance vented purchasers from evening l looking into, the ru,>ikct. soap : best gun powder: oil and flints. Alsfbcriramol >
remained i
tuui aiid lenilurK ha\e been called for nt.e The total amount of sales of
s only once Uplands reach I
growth, the canes are then stripped of the lower hands of the public treasurer in the cscnc" of : lemon and peppermint : velri-l
rt&uhiuou! A fnt ml of inn.e! availed) liiiasclf of the' Belgian lunch 257d bales, of which the following arc the parlicuiu i corks and f Low' .
a &:w ;zen s
The speech dwells much llo ad : superior shaving soap
frst mor.nt to u-ft-r th? Eist Flonda ciniai;, and other and decayed leaves-(termed trlshing"-.and I upon vantages derivedt -19 hales at t> cents: 31 at JU : 236 at lOi : 104at : K.k : Louisiana i comic '
writing : :
the from the extension of rail p-ajkir q-iills a : -
unfinished: subj* ct.-: to the nppropriaiu comnuttccs.Thu L these arc thrown in regular rows or banks between .oncludev country with a pledge from the l roads, and 101 : 97 at lOt : 2J7 at IOJ I 100 at 10J : '19i at iiwiacs sui'ttd' for this latlitude by the drzent.rsingI.;

is alt that 1 co;!.lJ Lac d',utt and I shall row urjjc I the cane rows and become in time a nourishment uutch unceasingly l o\er the interests lung of the that he will in i 11, and 72 at I HiThe closing lit' the market v..t S .' These ailicles were selected by the subscriber iNcwIlk:4' -

fniw-rj whatc\may &ccra: bu caliruiuteJ to promote I country raiher unsh'HlyV c received account* to the 'Ci ii and warranted to time dl
: : are
its relations. There
th( .tcrrst (It th trrritory. to the land. "Trashing" the cane i is whole foreign address is not, throughout the Nov. fium Havre, direct, on Sunday, und ex. rise cst :criptin.. For sale by F. B. WHITING.'
a favour
senicncc to
The Ihnk questionviil, I think, talc precedence ofellotlicrs always done once-fequently twice, and if the Lion that the squabble with Holland is a presumj evidence of the dull state of that market, we mention> St. M uk, Jaiuurv Hlh H34. 23'.wej
far a month approximatingto the fact, that no sales to come. thick three times before yct n ; j
canes are very reaping- a cOIlc1u ioll. I r jANIM.iltULS&c.FOlt: SALE.-The suV!
lIcit my wife in i It.ome: for the winter Her hcaltIs1rnpron although a lot had been received as early as the 2d of '
its effect is considered be beneficial _j scriber! wishes to sell out his th
; nml I hac region to hope will be rettubhihed to most ; i it that month. We hate educed our quotations to conform I 'I properry on

by a 5 cau residence 111 that most ddiylit- prevents the lodging of water in the sheath of the Silt at Key-West. pamphlet has just been published in to the prevailing rates, at which the market closed Su tvaunc.Ti.rida. Consisting of seven hundred,!
the of which is call odd acris nf hammock land of
fal! climate. object to the public ailcmu thirty a very superi v f
I leaf which oftentimes causes the cane 10 become to the unusual "acililics al Key W cst for time manufacturer i- Liverpool market to November 27. qu.xliy. About two hundred acres in good order f.r

a Hiving but just arrived, I cannot attempt to giv<- discoloured and rotten ; it admits a circulation of of Salt. It contains a mass of documents of COT 1'O.N.-Jfurember 1 j.-We n i\e had a steady cultivation : and a considerable quantity of India t

I youary account of to)' most inti-rcstin; and dch;l.ital unquestionable respectability, going to show the d'.nJar.d fn-in the trade throughout the present week, lit Ida easily prepared for cultivation. Twelve as likely '
air and heat which moisture important -
I joarnfy. ; dry expels andand
Apris jeu de will hear from pure rind in 'i-ie rommei cement i'.i
tcmp you fad, that the water lu in the salt pond on that' some improvement price I negroes as any in Flori Ja : excellent team of mulo
I r. : With ;rcat: rrj pecj., foetid caloric generated by vegetation, and island, is at all tunes at least 100 per. cent. stronger I was oU.tincd, but Uw irds the close, holders generally and oxen : a very select Bloc of cattle, consisting .> !

Your friend, thereby hastens the ripening of the cane-it interrupts than sea water of which sail i is profitably mamuao: bccani'liibpobcd to met I the hu\crs, and our maixil about fifty l cad : a good stock of hngs : about lor-

T. Bxumt. Ji SEPH WHITE.. the out of suckers lured in the Eastern Stalls, and in dry seasons It u.tb I closes at quotations very similar to the on Friday thousand weight (neat) pork, of excellent q aliy : :.
0. WHITE throwing or as they
or last. ],4UOrncrican) and Maranlmm
Esquiru. been known lo reach the point of saturation. In are iak non bout fifteen hundred bushels of Carolina ilint! Cl':.'

are termed :l water sprouts," which are producedbv sachusetts, the process of salt making by solar 1J.s-1 sptt-ulalion, o.nd 300 American, 300 Pernam and abu, a vark'iy of artieles, indispensuble in the settkmo .

To the Editor of the Floridian : superfluous vegetation-and lastly it impove ration, can only be carried on during the 300 iSurat for ex.iort I iit aId cul'nation of a ofaatation.
'r. Salc-.s; liu- the wutk, 400 Sea Inland, I 12} a 15 :Odi Tiievhj,le will be of .
Sit )
-Your )last publication contained my the richness of the cane juice, by allowing months ; whereas at Key \VC&t il can be continuedwithout ; I disposed together on vey arcommodaimg
c'aporation sr.uledla Iii ; 6'OUUphnd,6 a >jM.ibama.. the land
observations interruption throughout the entire rear. I It F terins or alone. One half Ih! :
and regarding the systems of manuring from the cane itself. No experienced sugar has been ascertained by experiments, thai while th Itemperature ant. Mobile, 46M, 6 3 a b i ; Mew Oiltana, 4200, 7 a I purchase ..toney will be require. in hind: the balance

rotation of crops, as the means of improving planter would omit trashing; and in this territory of the atmosphere is r&ot lower than 43 111. i in three equal annml instalaiertts. The purchaser tcgive

and reiDvigorating land : and I now take the I.i- I am confident it would be found of degrees Kuhreruieil, sail' can be made by solar! evaporation O A.TCROAT E' EXINO, 1G.-Nothing new in ihe market ; alien no the \\ hole property sold : to receive th.j ;
berty of and a series of observations fur a number of I the demand ..u u jew spill iici s' tntier's! \hirh inn Iiob.Iy i last payment. The! improvement on the land ar.i I ;
concluding my remarks as originally in I- The shortness of the growing sea years, show that the average range of mercury at Key I anumui fr m BOll to ],OLlO bags nt prices i a permanent kind!, than arc common in a new country.

tended but which space compelled me to postjwne, son here, renders every stimulant for the maturityof Vet is 76 degrees and that only 000; since the -.el- I quite as low as yefctcrday, 30 Uawed, of the new January Ifith 1-'? i. 2
by hurried detail of the West Indian mode of the cane essential-and I assert, that trashing tlem lit of thtislaud, has the ihrruxoaelcr indicated crop, fetched 9d. 9JJ ; oihers in the market will i nut command RfcliST.-coiuinouious dw tiling hou>e wiii

cwiraing the Sugar Cane. I am aware that undoubtedly *o.UraicB ilic growth and enrichesihe M low a temperature as 48 degrees. The pond that JT four rooms, each twenty t'tetqnare, corinec'et.
local is to supply the water measures 340 acres, which is an with a large store house fron'ing the public square, !.;
many characteristics of civilization and cli-1nate cane-juice. I should invariably strip my canes extent of surface greater than is furnished by any cLime ..f OBI1'ITAItY.tparted the town of Monticcllo:-apply to E. WHITE.

will obviate against the entire practice of of all ragged and decayed leaves, or as far up as Bahama ponds, with but cue exctpiion. With this life en the morning of tlis 19th Dec January 18th l34. 23tf

this mode of culture within this territory ; but the joints are well formed and perfect, for the last these concurring advantage, a company has been incorporated : 1833, at Lelora.k his late residence on the Suwannee, SIX weeks: alter date, application will be made Trniinr
the council of Flor Florida, r. G MILLER native of
by legislative la. Imvl a Duplin
ny exposition will be flattered if I f flirtunaLenough _,. Milt the ___ ... ., .. ... ,_.._ ... .. .. court ( f flariK/i. rnuiitv. fnr tffi;'
am ..: .. mietetl nf(''t'n' Sf'nlemlwr. = r. :'n I ; .h. ." ".".( .11.. .. ( QI.. ...Ioon rnllnl" N. r.. ,\ .f'"".._. _". n( ".n ; A L n ft -- -- --- ------
----- ---------- -- -"' -- -------- | 1; HV4 uUJ"' **:* '*; -w v. hr-*" *- 1I1 kT FC k- --"-" -" '" "'J""vc "'' II, All" administraton on the estate of Henry Bellman.
to convey hints that may lead to utility With a ratoon crop-which undoubtedly, if and from the examination we have made of calcuin- onclieldinhigh esteem by all who knew him. Editors 236w S. F. JONE8. .
and with whom m N. C. who exchange with the Floridian will _
improvement.In tions furnished by gentlemen we are acquainted ,
is the safest and least trouble-
the West properly managed: and in whose judgement the public would please give this an insertion. Cl tTTON-The subscriber i* pr I
Indies, the cane il almost ufliVery the ared to make liberal ad ranees
some-I suggest following practice:-premising place much confidence, w,annc at the conclusion that -:

Ba planted solely with the hoe and hovel l, the that even with rattoons, I should preserve an opportunity is afforded for an unusually profitable i cation intrusted to hi* care for shi -
soils 1IIAItI1NELIST.Piit'I' melt to New Yorker Jfeio Ork
being mostly too Etiff and dried for the plough, matirassed canes for seed-but only in a very :investment 01 capital. The coierpnze is certainly .
and prejudice worthy of aUeniion, and we w uld recommend the Exc'taugt at 90 days from date on either of the a.
bent for considering it too rough an imple- limited quantity. In the spring time of planting, pamphlet t which reference is here made, to the perusal UF S 1'. MARK:. bove places, for sale on reasonable terms. J. LApD.

that delicacy in cultivation, which it is should cut up my mattrassed cane into pieces ut of all who may be desirous of more 'lelailcd in- Magnolia, January IPlh 18i4.: 23tf
their _
boast to exhibit on their crops. Nothing indeed inches to two feet and after opening my formation on the subject.-JtiobiU Re:isler. SAILED.-J.A.N. 13.
eighteen WILL 8 1 1
can Brig Somerset, J. Lewis, for N. Y. : 300 bales of ,

those surpass tht diligence and labour bestowed rattoons and the ground between tb} e rows, would : From the Richmond (Pa.) Whig, Dec. 24. cotton by John B. Peachy : 2 cotton gins by J. W. COMMISSON MERCHANT

!! !Islands upon every gradation of the cane plant ttith a shovel one or two of these cuttings Klein : 14 ions logwood, 97 Hides by Master.
ttop and
their large returns per acre clearly es- the side of or between each rattooutakingcare I CLEARED.
the by This is the greatest speech of its great authora Schr. Washington, Swami, for New Orleans ; 41 Refer to-GIBSON & SYLVESTER, duincy, Fist

piai&h.( correctness of their practice. The that they did not interfere with or bruise the I, man as deserving the epithet. of great, as any balei. cotton ; 56 barrels cement ; 42 slaves ; 15 boxes HENRY HITCHCOCK,Mobile..
D 1 generally kid off old It would be found that a M J. HONEY Charleston 336w .
ten or twelve fibres of the roots. I of his age, in any land. shoes. [

acre fid U, and these are successively planted in field of rattoons thus lupplitdwould give a : Mr. M'Duffie was expected to conclude yesterdayCat Brigs Somerset and Magnolia, aground at the "Elbo" TICKETS In the Virginia Slate Lot.'
Uoe flr one in the original channel and the other in the LOTTERY
l three years-fcriuaceous root for one valuable stand of cane. Every field of rattoon : the same time Mr. Clay was expected to new cut and unless the wind shifts southerly, will No. 2. For sale at this oce.i \

. e' .with the cane again on the fiflh year. canes in the Weal Indies, is in this manner annually -I' discuss the same question w the of other his House- have to be lighted off. ALE AT AUCTION.-Will be sold at-aueii.>uK7
land and letters speak speech on
18 Wined up with the shovel) and replanted. Spectators E 4- on Tuesday the 21st instant o. the plantation of
prepared Thursday,as surpassing expeCta non,although that SALE. Will be oflered at auction on .
-o Parallel Cartain John P. Duval, one mile and a half North of
square of four feet for planting These details of planting, are such as are most moit irresistible in reasoning FOR
irt.otJ I was highly wrought, as the 2dtk haL, lot No. 179 in the city Tallahassee, a qvantity of sugar cane suitable fur
Ie laying out of a in the British West Indian and annihilating in I'3rcaan of Tallahassee with the thereon sate
these cornfield each of generally followed and most scorching improvements ; red ; mules houses, farming utensils, etc. etc.; then-

-quare, is made concave-the earth being Islands. The Colonies British Guiana (Deme- and invective. The drilled' menials of the to take place on the premises at 12 o'clock ma rid Lin will also be sold a quantity of lumber, consisting .If

4r3wn With the hoe from the different in Kitchen Cabinet crouched beneath the witheringblast. -credit will be given to the purchaser until the first scantling and plank well seasoned,together with a hal:
middle and Berbice so
4e:_The upon each rary Esacqpebo ) are Yesterday complettd their ducomfort for of December next, and a warrantee till will be made !iozen, foot roler gins and cotton whipper, etc. ; a Crt:!

l earth for th object r.I'* ", to aflbrd Pulverised6ad feature of country and character of soil, that a while Mr. M'Duffie stormed in their front, Clay for the same-also, thirty shares ot Central Bank of twelve months will be given on aU sums over Uu

Ie due nounshmeot .f ** young shoot, distinct and peculiar mode of culture is there thundered in their rear. Stock will be offered at the same place. and time for dollars, ti's purchasers given bond with approved .-
t. Prevent that very cash. SARAH VICKERS J Executrix ,'urity, bearing interest at the rate of eight cent
0S.S.I _h.L' injury to the tender roots, p rsucd. I hare taken the Island practice as be- Il was not known who would attempt in cither JAMES J. VICKEItS, > and from the date D. M. 8HEITIELDoJ per.

., 1110 habit to occur from bruising or expo-I I ing best adapted from the similiarity lands to House, the difficult and dangerous task, of replying WifcJJAM W. HART ) Executors attorney in fact for .

I I 1it, lwhV Q le hoc' otiged to dig and draw j[I. this country- -IDd ID concluding ay observations; I 19 !eNfJ" M'D tfie eui Clay, and defending 23tds Oi Hardy Vic, deceased. .23t4s JOHN P.DUVAIa,





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.COTTON : 0 GLAZE of T5SF3F LETTERS JfiJ: The in Cluincy has I1S I.

\ known e Georgia the are engaged, at their well I b E1A1NING in the Post Office at Tallahassee ed per the schooner Fletdh/r'"X1i! !
establishment at above place in the manul large ap *
of York and Philadelphia, a fcvfz
fir3t January,
the day of
facture of cotton gins or on fr sh
I : a .
very superior quality -It : a fine assortment of fancy calico' JW? s
15 their intention to keep>> a constant supply, at.Talla not taken out by the 31st of March next, domestics, assortment of WilTnfn 4on later Ij

i: hassee: and Q.uincy, Florida, and to meet all orders in if'w ill be sent to tho General Post Office as ting and buttons ; drilling, a handsome stn?'; *I, .
tflcir line with promptness.-Gins of their manufacture I aar 14
dead LETTERS. gentlemen's summer ware ; brown lin
are warranted to ol'k well with good usac.- -McClelland--- John I green camlet ; sik velvet ; gentlemen's n wdJ, S
'fS take this 'Alkerson Mary It ItI
They opportunity to stale that there is no AUCTION SALES.-The subscriber havingloca- Dal'.id McGiee.TailtonS.Maige white beaver summer hats ; men's t '
other establishment of the Kind in Louisville and that Bird, : and bo** '"
: in Tallahassee, proposes to do a general AntoinMcPherson hats ; gentlemen's fine thjead d.
Monsier gloves, saddles
All gins made at that of Bion Joseph H. ,
place, arc their manufacture. commission business, regular sale days, Tuesday dies, best assortment of
.. November 13th 1332.! 1312m and Saturday. i Ball, Rebecca, Hugh and Re qualtan silver violins,wit
solo wholesale tra long bws ; Ited
and pencils-
ii UNITED STATES MAIL, STEAMBOATSANDREW He will also attend to administrator and other sales I Barlow, James Munden, John B. MADE men's and youths dancing pumps of all nt
C. Herston, sizes
in the H. Munden Emanuel Frederick county, Md. by
ii connty. ROBERT HACKLEY. Bush, Mason Ladies, misses and childrens do.
i Q. JACKSON AND March 23d 1833. 33tf Brown, Samuel H. McRRney, Mr. (2) concerned in the Patent with Dr. Judkins. and side .tombs, splcndiii ; *rentlpm; toroise. she
From Columbus The Ointment is offered to the public as bed
N. B. Instruments of writing executed with neatness Barnes H. above
Byrus, John Murray, fashionable work baskets dd.
:: ; obstinate diseases ;
Appalachicohu The and certain for those pkt
to and R. ?
despatch, by J. HACKLEY. William htndkerthi6'do.
Branch Nicholas worked and l laced a h
the skill of medIca cups ;
ahovo. boats will leave Columbus alternately, every some of which have so long baffled aSSrnt
Brown, Isaac Miller, Joseph ribbands ; artificial flowers ; belts ; hair
Monday and 0 o'clock A. M.
Wednesday at forAppaladiieola science.
'I and will intersect the new mail stage line, Barbour, James' Moore, John ((7)) 1st White Swellingaof every description. shades ; perfumery ; cologne water etc. ; o 1
froai Bullock Joshua Newsom, Martha E. ionable leghorn bonnets of fine quality, one of J rlh
Tallahassee to Mobile, via : Pcnsacola, at Aspa- 2d Sore Legs and Ulcers of long standing.3d ,
Lat: on Tucfeday and Thursday at noon. In returning, Baructt: Rebecca Pause, Monsieur Schirriuor Glandular Tumours particularly will be dressed to the fashion of New York ; a* :

I w leave Appalnchicola every Thursday and Friday Bowden, Raseanna Perry, Fanny those hardened tumours in women's breasts which often I of sortment all sizes of and splendid colours veils ; Prussian red stOking\; .

nt I 11)) o'clock A. M. and arrive at Aspllagthe next Canon, \V m. ('2) Penn, Mary Ann limes terminate in ulcerated cancers. I ; an assortment Ofjtwe '

Tallahassee.: ABR&NT. Clinch Col. D. L. Powers, ,John of Catarrhs, of every description.5th rings, watch keys etc. ; patent lamps ; tacks' bn
a large assortment of metal I.
The proprietors of the above liglLt-drrntghtboats have Rheumatic Pains of thejoints. ; bells, from f
Randall Thomas
Carr William AntonyChaires ches down the
invested or in to smallest size ; Goslien cheese-fJ5
large capital in fitting them up for the com 6th Sprains and Bruises of every description ;
of Green H. Rice, James prunes and! figs ; ague and fever dror-s .
l ':t passengers, in confident expectation, that a'liscerning flkfj whatever part situate. > warranted M '
.... community will not suffer this (the first at. Culpcpper, Nathan Roberts, Harvey 7th Tetters all kinds. In complaint, the patient I cure ; Port wine, 7 year old, as neat as when im

i ictnpt to supply Appalachicola with a regular mail,) to d' Clements, Benjamin Roberts, James R. iu applying the Ointment must keep the part ted, and a lot of handsome seal! skin trunks-* 3 \

.:') itown: for want ol patronage. S _. Croom, Bryan Robeson, David out of water sweet superfine flour ; 3 do. fine flavored Nc bbl

.\ppabchicokJ.muary ISHh 1833. 22tf -siA ,- Daniel, Washington Short! Horatio! 8th Chilblains, or parts affected by frost.It beef; porter; starch, and sundry other articles! ,
FULL of Landreths'
'STORAGE bTORAGE supply superior garden, Dixon, Thomas I Sizer, William R. (2) ia ttloa ooo of the best remedies for Barns and together with his former stock, constitute vervsoino wht
STORAGE hcrb and flower seeds just received and warranted assortment. JS : .
fire; ia [ ]
the the oat a JABIESCECCLFRE&irsuFPLi'OFTsEW
Scalds It auU
Sizer Rosanna paiu .
; N addition to his old ware-house the fresh ; by E. D. PERKINS. Davis, William ((2) short time. GO !
... October 29th. 11 if Dual, Formee I Singletary, Susan DS.-KERR
subscriber has and Glandular ,
: recently erected a spacious build Ellis Shcperd), Jamea For InflamedVomen's Breasts, received from Sew
w!\" 80 by 28 fect, forrecei vine; cotton and gootk.TIMOTHY E. S. ROBERTS & Co. Evans, HenryV.Alfred Saunders Lewis Swellings, it is superior to any nredicine yet known to I O. leans, Baltimore. and New "i ork, new flour,
; M'cttTY.; ((3) I the medical faculty It i i. much safer than mercurialof lucky and Scotch bagging and bale Ken
-.St. !Marks, December 27th 1831. I lOtf MANUFACTURERS OF E born, John &, Nancy Spencer, Emelia M. I any prepartion of that material,) because it does! with a large supply of ulankctt Kerseys rope k,sattinstl to '
PL J/wV TIN.VD J4PPdXXED W.1RE. Felt Alfred \V. Snyley, John M. liable from to for .-
not lay the patient to injcry expose plantation use. They daily expect .
Henry P. Yonge, A AND will at all times have on hand a general as.. Folker, Joseph Sugg, William I cold.This and schooner Lady Washington, a large per and brig well Rn
,- Jlllorney $. Counsellor at Law ; sortment to supply countrymcrchantsand whole. Fletcher. Cristopher ((2) Sweet, John G. Ointment has cured sores of many years stand Itcled fal stock of dry" gods, groerics, hudware e
:i QU1ICYMioimE FLOHIDA. sale dealers, on the most favourable terms ; together Faust, DanielFauntlcroy Sheperd, James W. H. ing. Where it is impossible or imprudent to heal the china crockery ware, together with funher
'!iI 23tf. with general assortment of block-tin, brittannia and T. W. Smith, E. W.bpivey. external sort;, in consequence of the bone becoming supply of bagging and bale rope whIch they Can la

I r p uter-warcs, at their store in Monroe-st. Tallahassee. Gasaway;Rev.Vrn.. (2) ., JohnStroman can us or rotten, it will stop the progress of the canes, ford! to sell on moderate terms for cash or product,aj :
IDmUtLj JlUW wwUa\Ua 'l 24 t iff Glover B. T. Jacob increase the quantity of the discharge, remove the of- any of their stores at :St.::) Alarky, Tallahassee at

A. LARGE and complete assort- Gillilancl, Mr. Stewart John f fC1lll1l\e tnelL and ease the .uain. cansville. or Bainbridtre.Georgia. Thev intpn.i__r.Dun, .
n 'n
I t ,t incut of Freah Drugs and 1cdiciitsjust received Gillis John, N. Smith William It cures the"worst Felons Whitlows. on an application -i ing i their new stores at Tallahassee, amfat'#
; from jew4)rk and 15althnorcf sale, wholesale of 48 hours.Rheumatisms by the Isi JN'pvcmber, at either of which anbru.g
,'jI nnd retail. Country Merchants Practitionerssuj & Gordon, Thomas G. ((3) Shaw Roderic, which! have stood so long as to become ters generally and their former friends will find' it K

. 'i r. plied on,the most acccunnodutmg terms. / ,72t1 Gantt, Daniel Taylor, Mrs. Alary a systematic disorder requires medicine to be taken in- I heir interest to call and judge for themselves.K. >
KDW. SKI XAS, a Gallaspy, James Tompkins, JohnThompson .v.udly to remove them entirely. But m most common and S. will buy cotton or advance to

.i ____My29 4 I Itf Druggist..gnolia) Florida. .. Goldsborough! L. M. (8) Leslie A. cases by applying this Ointment externally as directed disposed to ship to any pan in the United plnter ltl or
: UECE1 V1MTAMFU11YV Alt- Hcrgar, F. D. Tally, J. W. it will give relief And even in old people, wbus Liverpool J, or they will( 1 receive and forward

. ,": COMMISSION At.1Ptll.ftlicola-T1.e l undersigned = 4DW == Hayward, Richard Taylor, T. S. I pains have been uf longer standing, It will ease the take 1)118, lading, invoice, and order insurance,rottcr!!>r a '

< have formed a co-partnership under the firm ofF Ha ire, CharlesHavvkes : Thomas, David p al u. sm.1.1 commission, and they assure their mend*. ?n 4 l
,. :.,lcmar: ff Kimbrough for he purposiof transacting -' Benjamin Vickers, John L. To sea captains and masters of vessels this ointment t public that Irci;hls can be obtained through themon

a pHa.i al agency connuission and receiving and for- Hollenger, L. B. Walker, W. must be very valuable in winter on our coast it being moderate terms. :t. Marks October 26ih" Uti
I business. very certain ia its ellects: on Chilblains or parts atFected I -
;, tvaidmg Being prepared to make the usual '
advances on consignment to their friends in Nexv: Orleans Harvey Hasen Alfred WyattV.. (2) with frost it likewise preserves its qualities in all cli- : Storage, and Commission, &c'

r k New York, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Providence SUimnah'ilhams:: Robert (2) mute ilL has large and convenient ,\ are.
and Boston, and disposed to devote their timr I.sler, John J. Whiddoti, Elias A large mass of testimony proving the value of this T nd Cotton sheds, and u> prepared to reccivc

exclusively to the interest of those! : confiding business Johns'illiam Webb, JamesWashitigtun most excellent medicine will be shewn to those who GOODS, COTTON, or other produce on Storage -.

to lheir charge, having made the necessary; arrang Jeater, Eleazer Hervey (2) wish furtr."i information on application '.o l)r Hers- &.C.

meiHs to forward cotton to IS'ew York elsewhere NSUR ANCE against loss or damage by FIRE can Johnson, Frances Washington:: 1'. M.: : tons, or to any of his authorized agent@ Coton Stored, bold or shipped, and all Commission

"I >vith expedition by vessels of light draft of \\ater at be effected on the most favorable terms, on appli- King, Mrs. J> Wethington, Sarah The above medicine sold by special appointment of Business strictly attended to. He solicut.a share of

the lowest rates of freight, liberal share of public action to the Subscriber, aprentof the Protection Insurance Kirksey, John \VitheriJl tonZachariah the patentee and warranted genuine. public palroiutgv. ED'WAHD SEIXAS.

patronage is respectfully solicited. company, Hartford Connecticut. In every application Lambeth William 11.VilliamsJ E B. PERKINS, DRUGGIST. 1\la I"I': I 'CtfPlr 16, 1 1"32: 9tf
.1. //. rALCOMR. the fair. Cash value of the property must be Henry (2) Tallahassee. February iMlh 1H31, _ 7tf. t
.f HV. 11. KLUVROL'GII.REFERENCES stated, and satisfactory evidence, furnishedofthe correctness Lewis, Felix (2) Whitney, Thomas P. ;fO THE: ASTHMATIC AND-: CONSUMPTIVE.rjn u\V UR U G STORE, Af.JAVJ.\Mi.. he subocriber .

of the representation, and the good moral Lester, James J. Westcott, James D. HE most prevalent and fatal: of all Diseases mciJL .L1 has just receivcii by snip America, hrin.N

Shorter, Tarrer Co., Gen Howard,Judge Colquitt, character of the apI icauL The solvency of the Office Lemmon, James (9) White: 0. dent to civilized society-the Conumpliur.-rnay .: w York a conij.Jete asj rtn.tnt of frnJ and guiume -

I c Drs. iloxty <$. Urqiihurt, P. 1). Wovdruff Columbus.Jas. and its fairncssand punctuality may br confidently relied Lewis, Romeo Ward, G. T. (2) generally je traced te the least Alarming of disorders, Drugs and Medicine, also paints, glass ar.d

,( 11. Shvrltr/ Esq.-New Y 01'1Gm. R. K. Cal: on. K.: U. PERKINS. Lloyd, Nicholas Willis\ George a slight but neglectbd cold. By estimation it appears dye stull's, p.uenl medicine, l perfumery, surgeons !ir.trui..ents .

y llvn.J. M. While-Florida. Dr. D. L. H"lzitt'-Gtlds-, Tallahassee.. 22.. 1831., 27tf Mural, Achille (155 Letters.) that one huudre-i arid fifty thousand persons die annually s t.c. etc., coi--rising syrup, sartapani! ,
$J rJ dcn CoUnt r" .'Jug. 31, 1833.: :1lflLa'UH. Maunel, Reuben i of the consumption. Most of"thc.e dreadful results ext. Bellauoua, ext. cicuta, extract quinine, prussiut-

11 .1LJ-Une; leather top Ltorouchu and harness PLANTERS' HOTE Persons calling for the above Letters, will please may be attributed to common cold, and a negligent. 1 iron mineral, sal marti'.l digitaliss, corrosive sublimate i turperh

.....1 complete for one or two horses. As the treatment of the barrassmg cpugli tliui gttllcrall OD"I16. isinglassiodmcigumkinoHenry'smagr.tihmuna I "
gentleman J. G. SgARCY P. M.
W. IlEA: VES: (213w)
. begs leave to inform his 1 sulphate msk oil
morjihium, croton, Liiglisli
for whom it was oidcrcd, dcclincs taking it JOHN I -which is usually l folio we J by difficult breathing pain r
it will' be sold for cost and c.l rb's.Jpply! to ; that he has taken a lease of, and after the FRESH DRUGS.Q1PaOm i in the side, and at last Ulcerated Lungs. Violent and I blue tnusg, )ulv. as tern .rm aJis, hc1lebv'r', qtJJs, sarge, ,
1st of. cpt. next,' :ill that establishment sowcll I erjiot, fortnigruk seed, : smirf
'i.t.lIolia.. I 11f I : JObt-.l'H Ll\ 1)1) occupy repeated Asthmatic attacks also bring on Consumptive I cephauc: isinglass isauj j
known as the Planter's JIvtcl in the city of Tallahassee plasters, Swiutns panacea, ditto Vtrmifu
lPmm in the
Bl BJ'LTZKLL : WiUaUu1rf gQ symptoms. One or two dollars expended purchase quinine ,
r )
4-0. WHITECOUNSELJL lately kept by Capt. Brown.-This is the strychnine, Hun breast
most luorp jiij'ts ni plc shields,
LORS .Wl) JTTOK.VIES .IT L.iW-Ha- a I'ultMippiy' of frrsh dl u;>, >.picts: : ,
spacious and commodious house JST cu ing instruments
: appropriated to simi- f complete with stomacli
l lJ lJ. Till;; usMicur.ed themselves: with a view to the practice t Inr purposes in all Florida, and after the completion of Also bu.lcr's', etc etc R. RELFE'S ASTHMATIC PILLS, pumps! complete with metallic | um's; pump.eti: %:, electrical

will attend the court of Appeals and other court the improvements, embracing all the premises now in degrees 1 ,,sugar on brass soles: Thertnonictcrs of 22 nrlwo; graduated T.itnmcTo.>.300.or : and a little! attention to their timely udiiiini:>traton.! wilt battery, glass tunnels, jiass sloped! viuls, lamp .hss,
in Tallahassee! and other courts HI the adjoining co. n- progress; will be inferior to none, in attractions to the i ic, dC.1nynlutJll"ulid Noyc'sr.elebratcd; Ink and Ink- usually ensure a mitigation ol ttiuJo I :, ami gen mil. and hnu.l.uriualo, crorvn Innccl:, 11; u
tics at tQ.uincyIarianiia rliuMncjs Apalacbicola! B;'y and I s trtnger& traveller. J. \V. It. grateful that share of Powder ; Lowe and Reeds genuine Chlorine tooth I i crally etiect a cure The Pills are alsoan easy and effectual hawk bills, surgeons ;(elles. pasaarics trt I:Idu.Js. tl |
Monticollo. partiality which t the have remedy for the proceeding accompanying t leaf; camine, Camel's '
1 public griicrously hitherto I wash, the best article known l'r discastd teeth and symptoms pencils, \\atcr colour pamntsansmiinu ,
: confided to their care will be }promptly attendee :.lwardcll1.lI11, indulges the hope; that with enlarged I Dullards Oil of Soap for cleansing NVoolen :. the Asthma, and Consumption. For Coldde (' saucers, self syren es, some of the very valuable .

J to.rl'he one or the oilier may always L; lbun] means of contributing to the cu1111"ortof his l1cSU; and cloths puns ; salts ot Lemon, for removing ink and stains in Coughs. ditliculty of Breathing. tightness and suictur, l preparations of Mr. GEORGEV.. CARPENTER, I t

at T ilahassec. an unabated desire to give universal: satisfaction, that cloth ;; Lucifer and Phosphorus\ matches; ()sbornc's across the chest, Wheezing pain in the ,..ide, Spittingof Philadelphia, (viz.) cx t. sarsaparilla, (lO pu- i y tog thc 1binou
sept. 2S. )IS33.: 7tf he will continue to receive the patronage; which hasher I celebratedvatcrcoburs, etc beautiful glass; ink stands blood, &c. Few cases can occur of any of this and invigorating tl1eysLfIu generally.:

'. .;A/'AULllOtM: AM'; COMMISSION: BUS1V l .t.fljre' bon ext ndtd to him. llfBROWN'S and Pounce boxes; ; fancy ;aid medicated lozenges class of disorders in which the purhascr of Dr. Relfe'sPills Ext. Duchee for COrl plain s of she b'adt'.r, nrctha, I
1\ESS: AT Al'ALACIllCOLA ELOR1DA ; will not find a rich return for thejr trifling expend etc. comp'd yrliHrwortm n-vulual-ic! for
I patent barley, powdered', sago, etc. etc. All of which reiutdy
f The subscribers, having; associated : HOTEL. will be sold cheap for cash or approved credit iture.Price coughs, consumption, etc. titrated kuli fur, making: the
I under the stilu and him of OKI) & IIARDIN J i ON thev cst sde of tin- Canitol Square, between U.: B. PERKINS. -whole boxes, 30 Pills, 1 dollar, half boxes neutral mixture Ilarrowgutc suits, ihu celebrated! '

purpose transacting" General W.iRE HOUSE aadQOMMISSWJ Augustine and Pensacola Streets, Tallahassee Tall" hacp.c.' December llth Htf 12 Pills. 5U cents. dicincs of Mr. i hompsou Iviaiitr, Boston ; viz. kelps

r *' littsiness at lpalachicnla. lla'ingmade Florida. This establishment (to which th; subscriber lJ'To the Ladies! =C-tr botanical dn>ps, said to be a most certain and etltctiial i

suitable) arrangements:, with secrfll't l : ,seb for has removed is nowopen for the purpose olpul RO WAND'STONIC White and Hound Teeth, are both an ornament and a remedy for every disorder arising twin an impure
the direct! importation of Cottoh, 4>.c. cither to New; I 1 .lic enti-itainment. \ blessing. The best security for their advantage is to b9 saLt of the blood! and humours, ahrc.atic pills for female -
York: or New Orleans ; mid having futilities at all 1 __.;Ct. 7th 1833.: _4tf) THOMAS: BROWN. MLX'FL'ItE. found in the use of the I compl-iints, obstructions, hyprchondna, etc. ant
times withiu their power to m.ike reasonable advances FULL supply of this valuable medicine is just Bl1l1'lSHloJV'1'lSEP1'1C DEXTIFR 1 CE. billions! jiills, \dlbc! specific for cysp! .f-ia and indigestion

tspon produce consigned o their care and management; F11ESH DRUGS. A received. 1 shall hereafter have it constantly on This elegant Tooth Powder, with a little use rheuniviticlinamcnt, Hunterssyphiliticmede
they would! rrsic.tfuU/tctlder their services n.ndso hand. very Dunificy's ointment, pile remedy, eye water, Britisliaiuisceptic
'VI iVH'KERS eredicates the scnrin the and the
litit a liberal patronage in the above line of businoss, 'S luring IT gums prevents accumulation dentrircc. albion com plaster, Cumbrian
IS ..
; of Tarter which but
purchase that
large an< only tooth ache
pledging their personal and individual attention to all I tills. articles too numt.ous to
AND IF TAKEN AGREEABLE loosens the teeth. and accelerate their The
business splendid assortment of drugs decay. mention' the above sale[ low
consigned; to them, either for sale or other- I TO THE DIRECTIONS. Reports been circulated I for cash,or an approved
Dentrifice thus of offensive
'v isc. ? recently purchased at N. Y. that this mixture removes the prevailing causes : I, credit. E. C. LEDGARD Darocir.tariaiiiia .
by Dr. John 'Lemore-in- contains arsenic, f !nn directed by ; breath. the healthiuess and floridness: of
preserves \J
Their Ware Homes and 2Gth
Close iltf
Stores I
are undergoing I- form their friends &. the public the Ptoprirtor to say that these reports[ are IltlerllJalse i the gums and renders the teeth beautifully white. : ,
a thorough r pair, will he large and commodious;, -- -and I am also authorised offer Reward
to a of 10, LJiJ\D
generally, that they will I Price 50 cents. FOR S'4LE..
situated in a desuable part of the town, and as exempt 000 D Mars .FLOllIDJ
to any one who will the .
accommodate the prove existenceof 07::: None unless the outside
persons on are genuine signed on .
from the .
t dangers of fire as any other house, of a liberal and reasonable with the l'-at particle of Arsenic, Mcn-ury, Antimony, T'l" understgti'-d havingpurchased of General
similar character the Point. most terms, every ar jell printed wrapper, by the sole proprietor, T. KIDDER, .
in their line of business or any other poisinous ingredient iii it. FaYtle, thietuwn.'lmipofland in Fioruta.granicd
usually Kept ; and hope that mmediato successor the late Dr.V.. T. COCWAY.-
WM.; P. FORD, (late of Augusta, Ga.) In cwi'cr to I to him by the Congress of the United States irtfer
'strict atiemioi! & to business will prevent imposition ficni counterfeits. no ,
EDWIX J. liARDlNApalac1iicola. { assiduity entitlethcmto ( For sale at his Counting Room, over No !Jt), Court i ,the for sale.[ .
J REFEIEJi'E.'i.-ttirart Funtuin- ) a liberal share ot'public patronage. Their store i is persons except authorised agents will be furnished by I Street, near Concert Hall Boston, and also by his special This same
$ Smith land is situated
< 4- the in the immediate
J. S. CrUtaun!? .''U'. JV. situated in Jefferson street, in the house recently occupied Proprietor with the mixture to sell again, I am ) appointment, by E. B. PERKINS, (No. 2) neighbour
.Morgan hood
Cu. T. of Tallahassee
$ 4- Jtf. by Edward 'V. Dorsey and Co. 9lf sole agent for Midelc Florida, and am assured by M. and is be'ievcd, lor t fertility of
j Evans 4"Co., Whittick Greenwood, 4Co..,-Columbus.Bcgart Rowand that Druggist. and local advantages, to be more [
( small'lot
a :Mr Eccl'-s
N. B. Doctor Lewis will attend to our Store except lo ), sol !
Drug Tallahassee 181. all' .
4 4 Kntfland, Jas. HamHtiin; 4* Son,John R. Febmuar.y24th other land in the
;;, during our absence. WINN 4- VICKERS.Talbhassf nol a single bollle has been or will be sent, or sold by any lerritory.
" Pitkin. -New-Y October 29th lltf to any person Middle: Florida, except to me: W' part township adjoins
E. W. Grtgory, Bcgart $. Hawthorn.-N. Orleans.St I If Jlrstnic has been discovered in muture celled I FI HER, as a candidate for the iHieriffalty, city of Tallahassee, from which point lo the shipping
John 4Leartns, T. W. .. IcCoj//.-Mobite.s. FAT GUUL)*.JOSEPH L.iDbha.sjust rc-; /uitoaniZ'j, it must have been in some any oj the spurious fmi-: at election in February next. Mti.WK port 'If St. Marks, a distance of about twenty miles,

I A u 17, 1 1b33 itt per. schooner Triton from Xew-York. andii ] tations. All per.t'fUthcreforc.: who wish the genuine : lrc-: authorized'to-announce D.JJ'lEL Mc- a rail road is in contemplation to be made, in a short .

., CH :AP TRACT OF LAND F'ORSALk:.-. 1 now opening with the apart stock of his hand Fall supply of Good,\vliil ltogclhcr Ii Tonic Mi.rttlrehllIld be cautious of whom they purchase as a candidate for the clerkship of time. .

fV, lib subscriber oiler- to ;eil a tract of land, situJL nearly complete : on wich ,will renders be found his assortment 1000 it: My label will be rn every bottle :sold by me::: i L ,o. coun y at the election in February next. 1 llfW' The navigation ot the St. Marks river has been re :
among prs. E B PERKINS Sole I IFn cently impioved, to a point within six miles ot the
atcd in Jellcr&on county, immediately :n the: shoes, assorted : 50 casks cut nails, 4dGd, Sd, 10d and t : : Agent for Middle Florida::: E are authorized to announce 'olonel JAM S .
r9-l Southeastern of
hbourhood of capt. Murray's, containing about 12d: 10 boxes superior lemon syrup : 10 boxtssoap : \ |5lf GAUSDEN, a candidate to repiesent the tci part the township, which will afford
;UU acres of oak, hickory and hammock land ;(as an 10 kegs Du Fonts: best }powder : 20 bags shot : 20 bis ntory of Florida in the l'.hCongress of the United navigation for a cheap and certain transportation of

eligible location for the planter, .there are nones aperi- prime pork : 30 hIs No 3 mackerel : 10 half his No 2 CONSUMPTIONCURED. States.!: Juii7thl"33. 51WE prod lCC.
sold in
'_>r in he and invaluable wi parcels to suit those
as an recommendation wIh.
country I
do : 10 bags Havana coffee : 2 half J casks wine are authorized
to announce Maj. V\ 1LLI AM
t : it has a beautiful stream: (if never failing water port ing to | on a credit from five to eight years,
warranted pure as imported : a desirable article ut this y 1 a candidate to the territory reasonable
represent those
prices- will
II Turning immediately: through it, with every other i fa- sickly season : bagging from I 1U te 25 cents pr yard : DE LA MONTEKATTS COLUMBIAN VEGETABLE of Florida, in the 24th Congress of the United L make application to either of wishing the to purchase'
ility to the further informa.ioa undersigned
may necessary be had by mulling enquiry any at this office. bale rope &c.and&c.twine : tobacco, rum, brandy, gin, SPECIFIC. States. July 27th 1833. 50tfWE WILLIAM B. B.JNUTTALL,
whiskey, English and domestic
October lath 9tt THUS. B. WkVN. hard-ware and dry goods, IS the most valuable remedy ever }discovered for are authorised: to announce WlLLhiM B. HECTOR W. BRADEN,
-- crockery, glass ware, drugs,medicines; cure of Coughs Cold : WILLIAM P.
: the Consumption, .is/Ama. as a candidate to the CRAIG.
purchased residence of paints, &c. &.c. 4-c. represent
aIEDICAL.-Huviu; And intending to locate my- Country customers and friends, by sending himtheir Spilling of Blood, and all diseases of the D.east and I teintory of Florida, in the 24th Congress of the United Tallahassee, November 23tt -33. 15tf

L ." ,tt permanently there, after the 1st January next: order may now be supplied with article the Lungs. Prepared by J. BOYD, Philadelphia. It Slates. 1833 5lf JCCPThe Savannah Georgian, Charleston JUc' cvrif, .
.:,. pursue profession ; I think it proper in the mean market affords, on the most reasonable any terms. composes the disturbed nerves, gives strength to the -rii: are authorized to announce I .ihrstt Constitutionlist, Southern Recorder, Mil1ei1e.

ime to say to those,]>ersuns residing in that vicinity, lie has large and convenient ware-houses for the I Lungs Bill of, repairs Directions the Appetite,improves the Spirits, etc.; V V as a candidate for JAllESBRYAN Georgia ; Richmond ngurerand Star, Raleigh ..
each bottle N. C.
of the
'hat I will accompanying Sherif- ; publish the above for eight wecks and for
only from his of wi
milage, 4-c 4c. re il- storage cotton produce. He I.
country hopes to:
Specific, pointing out in a most of Leon County at the election : waid
conspicuous ,
manner this
.1.*IJCC. I may, until the 1st January, unless absent merit a share of public patronage. ally accounts to office.
I 'ii professional duties, always be found at Mr. John I all the symptoms in their different stages of the disease mary next. DOCTOK EDWIN STEWART 4
I and particular directions hi ,
respecting treatment Ie :
..JIudcer's. 1 lllfJ I \V.\l. TRADE'VELL.SI THE schooner Daniel Webster willi I using it, together with miny well authenticated certi I E are authorized to announce FRANKLIN jjTll ESPECTFULLY offers his professional services

,< >R SALE..1 yatitatle HOUSE JJV'D LOT, mBainbiidge as usual, between this place an!d ficates of cures, etc. V W S. JOHNSON as a candidate for : JL&/ .0 th' citizens of Tallahassee and its vicinity a

..a.: Decatur County, Geo., any person New York, the coming winter. He hopes In consequence of the great and increasing dcmano I the a practitioner of medicine. His office is on Jet noI
vishing a situation in Bainbridge will do well to avail _ _his superior facilities for the transportation I for this specific, the proprietor is enabled to reduce the Sheriffalty of Leon County, at the election 11 I 1 r at next door to Mr. Perkins' drug store.
'hemselves of this opportunity. ; a great bargain will 75 in Fbruary next.1LLIAM Tallahassee, Nov, '.e3d: 1833- 15tfH
of cotton &c. to New York and other places, will price to cents per bottle,thereby enabling it to come _
e given and payments to suit purchasers. be taken into consideration by those who are wishingto within the reach of all persons. t W. HART is a candidate for_they AW L>.-For sale a valuable[ tract of land containSLA I
For further particulars apply to the subscriber on procure a Factor in this place. lIe will also be Dr. CHAPMAN'S Anti-Dyspeptic Pills. \ Clerkship of Leon county. 22tf ing 560 acres, lying near Ionticelo. Jefierson

tiC premises. :J3.::) SCARBOROUGH. prepared to purchase cotton to considerable amount, These Pills have been successfully used by thousands WANTED TO PURCHASE. county, Florida, belonging to of New-

Bainbridge_ January 4th 1831. 214w- and at market prices. His charge for storage is 25 who can testify to their superior efficacy (over York, this tract of land, is about one half hammock,

r '*AKE .NU'1'ICK-Al1 pcn>ons indebted to MilB. cents per bale of cotton for the season. NO charge if many other remedies now in use) for the cure of Dyspepsia QUANTITY Prime Net Cotton and the balance of oak, and well watered with a spring
Icr and Harley, are requested *o come forwardttid he becomes the purchaser. in all their complicated forms they give strengthto ; for which cash a id a fair branch running through the same : persons wishing to I.

settle the tame, as no further indulgence can be Scot :?R. 1833. 7tf the debilitated organs of digestion, repair the appetite : will be paid if delivered soon see the land, wi apply to James L. Parish, Esqr at
I Magnolia Oct. 26th lltfA Monticello wilt
j r.ven. MILLER & HARLEY, O WAND'S TUNIC MIXTURE.Warranted removes nausea and sickness of the stomach, habitual show the same, and for terms,
jI. I3W per. JAS. HARLEY. which will be liberal, apply to me in Tallahassee I
% a perfect and head-ach, palpitation of the heart, REWARD.-Stolen from :
lasting will also sell
I.I I EDiCINEbURUEKY.: 4-c.-Doctor W. W. and other nervous affections. contain of the remaining lots, in the west
me for the Fever and Ague. For sale I many They no I plantation Mr. Sampson Pope, Monticello aditionto
I. .iy VV'ADDKL respectfully announces himself to wholesale and retail by FLETCHER, Mercury, nor do they sicken the stomach, they are a near Ocheusee, on Monday night last, ten n.gro slaves: Nov 23d and gIve a bargain if applied
cukc-ns of Tallahab&ee and its vicinity, as a practi-: :WESTCOTT, Druggist, Jppalachirola mild and safe cathartic : there is no restriction in diet: formerly the propeity of James Mills, but assigned 15tf| TURBUTT- R. -L--: BETTON:
l.oncr in all branches of the medical profession. florida or drink or exposure to wet or cold while using them by deed of trust to Sampson Pope and Thomas salt- NU'lCl-l? htieby forwarn all! persons against ,
He has taken the office formerally occupied by ')r. 1 1 hereby appoint Mess. Fletcher and Bill directions will accompany each box of Pills I.I I, zell for the benefit of Richard Carnachan of Charleston 1 trading for, or purchasing, two nromissary note

Ailcen, and-more recently by Dr. Draig. 216w Wcstcott my agents for the sale of"Ito ,v- ; which will fully explain their effects. South Carolina.-The names of the negroes are of sixty dollars each, dated at Ochcesee, June the 9tl\. "

.1 i ANAVVAY: iroui the subscriber, a negro girl;:i, nd's Tonic Mixture" in the Territory From the well known reputation of tnese Pills for Peter, George, Fanny, Delphi, William, John, Fran- 1831, payable twenty-four andthirtysi.jmonthsfroiflv '
IJt/ by the name of CHARLOTTE; she is sup- .f Florida, Eastern part of Alabama, & many years, the proprietor (J. BOYD, Philadelphia 0) key, Sara, Isaac, and Daniel. Peter and George are date, and drawn in fayoui of fl and Perry. The

JI 01..1'tti be, at this time, lerking in or about TallahasB ." i i. of Geergia ; who are able to furnish deems it unntcessary to give e.rfy further detail of both Africans-Peter speaks very broken, and abut consideration for which the notes were given,
;u. She was formerly the property of Dr. Al'Mullinu the said medicines to all who may apply to them on them. A fresh supply has been received, and for saleby 50 years old. having-entirely failed,1 am, therefore, determined not

ho resided in or near Tallahassee. Charlotte i is a as favourable terms as they can obtain from the appointment by F-'B. PERKINS. Fifty dollars will b given for the JeUvery of the to pay them unless compelled by"law. -

si out, well, net girl, has a brown complexion, and afwu"C8.Jt.look himself." Signed, proprietor Tallahassee, Nov 23d 15tf negroes to Mr Pope Ochcesee. Mr. John Carna HENRY PENNY.

( when spoken to. She has a scar on "JNO. R. RO\V AND." RENT.-The tenement hereto- I chan at Quincy, Gadsden county, or myself at Talla Holmes.Valle.-December-14th 1833. )8-. .

tLt side. of her neck, where she was burnt in earlyrtkc Tihladelphia! Oct. 24th 183V]_21tfR :FOR: occupied as the Registers office at hassee. THOMAS BALTZELL, THE undersigned has'come to Florida for the puf
.he is be of Trustee settling the accounts of Mr. James i
; supposed to twenty-two years a ;c- the Clinton and Duval for R. Carnachan. up
Any person that may take up said negro and send her1u m U'. U). W4lWtltQ. A neat dwelling house suitable for: a small December 7th 1833 168w'O.CTOR M. Jarnett all those indebted to, Mr. Gannett will .
her in that I her again4iall Attorney at Law to me", or in"my absence lo Mr. H. W. .
me, or lodge goal, so may get family, a kitchen, stable, &c. are upon the premises. payment
informs the la Braden before the 10th day of next, as all
be lib rewarded. 8. JONES. February
l1y For terms to Geo. T. Ward
: apply
Esqr., or to : of .
gentlemen eeJ that he will I notes and accounts not paid by that time will I
josdco October 26th 11 if 27 TaUaas
1g1Q7. IbM
coanty, I I April, 37-ly Kor.SUu, ((13tf.) A. 1URAr. i I few \ J7tf I in awl. (22J JOi MOQ


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