The Floridian

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The Floridian
Uniform Title:
Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee [Fla.]
Wm. Wilson
Creation Date:
January 25, 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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I'atpilbTithnt ,io2tSI 110. s., w d T n_ .. he
s' Will .4'-.J _
5 C1J.I. ins\, lot No. 17D in the fiLl -: -.c
t Y 4isda)' un ,1.1" thereon sale r 11t .
: il1'l1'rMemenLS i. .
withtlrc LD. .
IIt.e fl -- *i** i o.w. rn I trf"
', iI'th.I at 12 o' maridlnnof ,
I'take t I\r apn the premises w the jmrchasfcr, until the first .. credibi authority! ,. that 't dilll'' v. rt 11"1" f y ,
ti; 'iircn
JIt 'till warrantee titlo will he made been 'ml1d: in .H.ber..buutuw.t": .
_e* t and a .- /,f u stir}
ot I'ltanber' !!! I"u thirty shoresoi Central Bank depdaile 'niu''that4tfiii ':-.r V*''JkJ* ..IU .rt ,:

for tl.'SSofferc-lVl i the" same place and time i urSIX'k = '_. .' any thing we have ever fuf?'h. r>i o- no

S uiAH VICKERS, ) Executrix < ;mining ground i is .".
"LAISSEZ It very extennye -upwards'of
WILLIAM W. HART ) Executors.ot ".).. one hundred acres-on a lot known* Jitch*
Il.mly Vickers d rascd. m1'C 'J t Q wa IFta n. ? .I ard.sen's Lot We were axuured by .ur it.fof--

\ 2'kJ4' r.U w cher ur die Uuinry: Academy llAQtm1U1$ 111J/.D.U1'\I. C$ U.QCd.. 'ntr.. 'tr, mant, that numerous lumps of Cold were

'11I lplic.\liI11\ be nude to the I trustees in QuinTtllrtre O .U i OK": ". ILulb x RAN LULPil have every where to be seen and picked4 u p'1t! tile'
the! first day of February next. sochlcd themselves in the us- Mtt. Mc UF.IL'S Se.r LH. pUs ; .the ordinary size of fa .
cJ nor Board practice of medicine polllleei.:* k ill a.I .lA, U.- ..', lIitfi pieces; w cy. BnrJd'' of the mad oilier their professional Extracts bout that
[ ora
services from
the it.J
M. FonBE Sec fic to public. Of- fallen, the stock ot that bunk had grairi'of'corn'many were much
lyl: 2lfI ry.Jauttarr hemeen tile Plan Mr. risen. .ast'
ter Hotel MeDuftie
JSdl! a any ambert's. 121 f said he had now thro' larger ; eight hartd he "
gone ,
that House says OIK "daV m'idonearly
ZT--Just rcccvtd i hy the schooner thought however, called on to interpose ;
: .) ICE. the
of con- ; During my absence from Florida I have all. charges lirmight against the bandwhich five hundred dwt. ofgold( hoii-rhthia
GI.Oj'L: .' a choice J parcel poetries, .l empowered J. D. >V he felt its power to save the honest and industrious *
estcott Jr. himself called
nf oAl :and brown sugar: prime jjrrcn codec : agent and nttur/c Esqr. to act as my upon to repel.- classes from the designsof was an extraordinary day's work; !tintinee
icptw'.cl.\'it1f'tob'\'co (a first rate article) : claret, Aunust20th 1833.Y L. \4. B'fRKET. He would next invite the attention of the He- would mercenary the discovery, they wilt have avrraMl
old wine, bv the gallon or dozen I : A- 52tf House to the confederations speculators. _say one rive dwts. hand tw-nty
and port urgent which impelled to tbe *
ITIUt scignettc brand) and old 1 pcachSICfll'.1 N'I1'l E.: -=1'. weeks \ date 1 shall fore he sat down, as to another document before per day, tru mine (
oU coSniac apply to
II, I l juJ' e of the to project. He needed nol to tell ; has been tested, bids fair
4di r' ofNcw-0 rkws and u1,1 t \ Jamaicabrava J o county court, of the county of the House.In to hold out and
:v+ 1 old tc Irish Leon, tor letters ol administration the of the threatened ruin, of unparalleled! embar- tei answer the owner's
rectified monong.ehela, most
-inirm: n old ; upon estate ol conclusion he wished to a few wdrds nangume expe falions. -
Thomas A
f I. say
rum Ij.Ist'l| best Newark ciuYr: London porter: deceased. T110 ltON.. ras-ment in all our commercial cities ; it was .
i'' I.lis nu.Usscs cider vinegar, ,;\ sc-rars, No. Januory 4th 1834. 216w seen in respecting another document brought before We .
"or : every quarter ; dismay and embarrassment 'the have lately another'rih
ji (Joni( I'1(1 w itcr crackers : cheese : nwscnI IRA thUlt,1, ) In GadwJeri Superior Court. j House. Ho referred to the Message oiI seen specimen
Jh r ; pervaded thc'uuntn'. Was it not the from the noted Battle
rock I driedLiks vs f the President of the U. : Lot
.1 'fl'I\S' f lilbrts: Brazil nuts : candy: States on this -- ubi/b
I : snaked herrings.: super.mcur- : I Irish I po- J MILLS }f Attachment duty of Congress to intcrpo'v: its constitutional: I; tion. He ,would remark that it the House que weighed} between 8 .n'd 10 d.- t-. '. .litguld!

ta.I:I It&..s'lil.I'rplwr: ginger; Wormer: ,0.1 I yellow 1- surviving partner etc J power to arrest the progress of this dcstroYlIIganundatlon justified it ratified, and confirmed the was of a rich rag_'ed apP( HUnt'e attic nuuxcd

S to'ai'J I*: gun J\\d. r : oIl and flints. Also I rwi tl E defendant and all persons interested arc hereby 1 They were called upon by the taken tutasj to a small! f pebble, which weighed 1-.5 l-4
"cof i'r"I\J\Int : lemon and peppermint. : velvet B. notified that the above suit has been irstiluted most solemn con-iderationi l : by the Pre-ide\t in addition to all or ;
"nc' by f consideration le- than the old
corks: 11.!+J a f.1.1'1' L'\'-'S supc.ior b' : by attachment, returnable to the next term of saidc indeed very the ealumiiie-s brought upon the country air 1rI ai j adhering to it ; and this

.rl't| n\ {j.ijior : 1..K I 1 : ejtiils : aJ.J comic aiinanafiV'l'tcd I- ,.urL. They are required to appear and plead to the connected with the rights and I i dy they would entail others thai would tae festally pebble had btati'lfulpangles of ;-"olti mtor-

foe this I !attitude by the I dozen or single.Tju : declaration tiled in said case. J Oil Is J. A\J\ MS, liberty of the people. The Executive had destructive ol its before butonrt.'tt& spcrsed through it. It might 1,probably havo'til
:lec'rd l h ih Mibsrribcr inVrw.tirU .N 0,. 2d I 23m seized the I prosperity,
>t 'Irt ir1c.1' st y Att'y tOI' 1'1'11' on public treasure \\ here, he : turned to the rich metal in th.l'our..c of
..uvar.anud to the deJrintion. met togutbwr w.-iiu 1'1.skits& "
and answer
) ,. i I.Fir*; wk by! F. B. WHITI \G. JOliN CTitOBERTS, i Superior court t liar the coun- a.-ked, is the public muney ? No man her.- political banking, whu h vul} ht created bej turn?: We understand it has h<>en >cnt to Col..
vs > ty of Gadsdcn, in the leiJOI1N can tell. liy what authont- has it been taken KdsvTell
of Darien who
M f Irl.IH 'rlR'h S31.I 233wL 1'HAG AN. j twef-n 'Executive <>ovtiimi-nt: and the mg, is part owner
Jntory 'I
of Florida Irom the Bank of the U..ded States { lie of the Lot
A \ .:.atuI"s &('. Full ::LE.-Th : bub- fHltlfcl defendant and all others interested are hereby State Banks, will be to completely established from whence it was lakeu.--il'ost.

to'fj!fu 1 \\ishi to sell out )his property on the I II' JL notified that suit has been commence! by at- called upon the House to vindicate its lights, I by new powers, that it will be too late t<, ro- 'ler.

T .niifc, Fioridj. Consisting; of seven hundred and I ta. si'He-lit in the court aforesaid, and the defendant isrrgnired if tile President wi.s disposed to restrain its mend he mi clulf.:: Let this be

|ileac) .v H.tii,' \' About two hundred sicris !in h'I! order fur soil case. ALTZELL fy t. Ill''E pl'ffs. ail's. I completely -this combination between inform.-
(1 : J' depo.Mtes had been made by the Executive : us that an unfortunate
4Ut.! iion : and a considerable! (Iuutyr.f: IndIan _No2AlHAllRlSONfct 1 I.3nl I. the State Banks and the Execuiive Go- fiuiintledto
f., ,.l easily prepared for 'ul:1\\: :In. Tuchr I :aslthe* HANKY It such a time, and under exiting cncmn- ,j verntuent ; at d he would dety all human the jail in Newbern, N. C. at ,the ui-tanco
h' 1111:11' as any in Florida : excollrni! team of mules Middle District of Flor. staneesf It was because he was ati',1ll1 th.ltl' pnwJcr of a mercantile house in New York. .-.Iv he
.ticrchants and 1'artners 1 In Gadsden lo break the iNo
league. lonn
u'nd -u1 : rt VO' hC'cct' siocic of futile, consisting of Super court he; could not induce a dnlie: majority of Congress ;. had b4'ii confined about three >\e -l!; ", a*
stock of vs. f any ale of the ext ut of tins Did *.troy
+ l brad a good II-DJJS : about tour power -
abiui i Jii.y : : J\ :\ts: MILLS. attachmcnt.wu t,) do the'act. lint I'resiuent knew ell himself th' 4th ill>l. by cutting hi, thioa.wail
thi.iv4iul t iju. (u-.U) p'.rk, of (-x.-cllrilt quality! : a- j the'y not know tlui the man who could tol1tl.11the l -
IwMt Iflc('', huiuiiv.1 l Im'I..I. d' < i."el'ii'i Ill! ,ll coin : .1, riCli is hereby given of the institution of saiuut something of the hero, wh.i haL courage to pU.llil: mono) could control all those who ; a [le.iknilb.
: attachment
by made able
i.- of uncle"nidipcnsabl. in the sulknjr retur to the nex; throw himself in the hrear.h., -
111- a \i :ci tit "i iaid court. The defendant, and all other controlled the banks--and thus have the whole
t'utiitatt of iilanution.1 per- Dr.rND
:1111' !; .u a We
,lt and called DUMB.-
his followers are glad
to learn
"OliS, uiti'icsti-d: arc required to appear and plead to thet.t.cL.II"l1t1l1 I y upon to of the in his hands
be uf !
will power country own
.lu disposed
rue \li< together, on vcy acenuultxlaua Bygivnii ( tale
I filed in said :sustain and hIm and bun scy. same paper) it the attcntt the
< ; ;; terms or the land nlone. One half the cat>c. JOil J. ADA \iSNov. r : re-seuc nol permit lube the President of the Jutted States tho lln HI i
-2 d l Le.rl-ll1fun! has been
InnCi.! -'. .. iic) \;;' h. quired in !hind: ., the balance 123m_ tii'Vn.r ITti : destroyed. control over the State B.inkshe would called to the net looted
jii taste: t.1mtl.t1ml.t1 i UJsMlnients. The J micha&cr] to .\Li 1'l\ 1IAKDLN, 4 Tcrutory of Florida. .-. .. I Uhy was this act dune Ly the Executive. control >iuitoii! : : of the Deaf and Dumb of t lrgll1ia.11 .

!'ea111'n mi thi.; wl.-'lc: p-opcrty soul : t" ri-rci\fj the vs N J pcrior c.atrt for tlc county' I', Ihe Secretary of the Treasury had come t.ry rntere.-t au the u tiUli. if the H( use : act of incorporation was obtained for; a

last jiaviiieii, !. Tlic, iinproMT.K.a Oil the 1 wd. arc! tor J.ILllLLS, ) f..iau..Jc:1.: confirmeii this act, It would be trun tt:1 ring die U. It and
there with the miseiable Dumb.yll2lU by a nUl11h"r of the
he had uiuiost
: uintl defendant, and all others interested litre- whole
a jll 11I1Ull'ut arcC3mmou in a nccountry.. TIE arc I peiver of the e-ejuntry lulu the hand.- ,){f and
j l ..1It1tJ ljili J 1-U: 2 tf] t. \\.r..\UM.y.SY notitird team: suit has been rommenceii !Iy'jlll'1t imprudent pretence, that he had been obliged the t'xt-cuttr'c and +eaithy benevolent citizens 01 dtuunron
in the court al'oretniil, and the defendant is do this in creating a meretricious mutt its vi.-iiuty, during the hut and
.i, : HE.\ -ttr'l111RIJIrIl,1', : d.| .: ttn.ctjiir niih I In co.iiphatn-e with the public will combination between SL'o i.",
'( jttirul to .1Ip'al' allll pkuil to the di!cla atom filed : money and power that a considerable of
atoii.s, c.uh 1\\ lilt) tut f 1 I', "'>' IIWClll lie would have had nothing to do but to Jay sum money. rages, ./y lal l-
in said"-. 13ALTZELL 4.11'111'1 E l'ffa ait's. had never cxisttdut.fore. lie trusted in God
veil n lL\rc:;; More house Ironing tinp( il !Mpiarr, intlj.ta Nur.J3.I i : Congress will soon be III ""u-anJ tin victual 'subscription. VV e hope the L ,.slaiure
t'I lilt'! u1irt'L-tpltly to i-.. vvUl'lK.I : l.VJm that the (country was not itisliued fall oats! will take this into consideration
:;tt. : K \"ldfrn; the date hereof I will : loth.Hnutirtible public mind would have been put ai c.I.e.- ana that it
I 18ih I ; urh
.1< : _._ 23tfSI : S apply a gulf, and that some power would still iiduee
-. -. ..-' n Judge of the emu ty court of It:\41- I Hut i o : the Executive Government had seen .. rn-jy to present action. Here is
< \'* U> .tilI r < .lIt..1_ Uifl. U 111 U,1 lltitCe intorpoi to rescue the from lhho '
?.' cuiry 'uu. t ..f Ci.uUdtu( aunty, I.v letteiboi dell es'iiniy, J''r letters of adminislntion on the tsl\: ; :, proper to ihrust! itself torn ant t and place u:eli country ;.1 ;;,oe f bc j inninf ytiioiisjnd made-a fund tit several
oi (:'lui't: pii-n, Rhodes, deceased, lame: of silo county ful conditi HI. dollars raised which
"III'"thc atioids
iiuii'iMi: Lsuitu a1 Henry Bellman. I m -urn a position as almost to ile>pnve Congress line
PecJlst iy fjw! JOHN 31. ,,01\) ( f\,
2'i" :i.1.1'.1 )\::. of its free i' -- .t '-k flit which to ingraft their own niumii*
or tin were nowtold
--- HT.MON'UAMioF 1''L!lira .)A.- The stockhuliiHJ y "WASHINGTON DEC. 21.
Y' *. I If
> t TON.- i he iiiibscrilier i reni'f they determine that thing
i era in said liank, w ill lake nature, that in cui- .is by thc gentleman inwi Now Vul'k-- ** Public itteution i is 'it 'd bv any ; ought
-.I nud, make lilieial strongly t'xc -
to aavmces n
: to be dode tlie
il.. tllt'c" ith the prov.bions tit'the cnarur, an cleti; '.a that the removal of the deputies from tilt tie! ver on subject, this i. certain
M, CbI.T, nr.nibKd: In his, Cc.l' C inr chum- approach of some of tho-sti inter"- '( will be In-Ill on the first Monday in February u-xi, Iii i mo t ;auopiciou e-ir-'iiinataiice.
Stale }liauks back the UUUK. the United
I11clt to JN'ttc l"o A11 r Veto Urlcam in ot agitating I.
the city of Tallahassee- Brown's IIoicl/.ro/iaerici( questions are to be disctm s"d I

Ei "a g. i.i j'J days from dam oiv either ol' the a- the banking house ,.f aid Bank") lor tin- CJIOKV 01Seven States was a thin- nut to be thougui ol but during the present Congress. You will have .\ l mill has been introduced into the f louseof
bore |paste: ', for sale reasonable te-rms. J. LA Dl). D.rcrtur', un iJ 1.01'.1 .i't .t. cKlioldtrs with alanu-that till country had aliuady suitc seen by the that Mr. Clay
2-: tf JOHN G. GAMBLE Piesideut.Tallahj&src. papers postponed t 'onimnri- of iSorth Carolina, to ;
.+:ii'hIt. Jjinurtrv_ I'tli St4.: > red suffiru-nily "roai their removal It was until II1tw1.nn.
, Dec. ilst? 1933. IDidc Monday, his motion on the sun>je--t t .'> id .o.i-iat'd, bv the Legislature of Vir
,\tll 14" 1 b MTTOiiMEUCHANT\ for this reason that ne mad worded hi> propositIOn ihe removal of ini T m-
IX k I shall the the Depo ites, because the halt
t wc utter dale, : apply to judge corpur.Uiiig Petersburg Koad ''t, .
C )i.dJSSON the .unty court ".f Leon county, for letters ( t a< lie bad done ; tor he was not so reck- the lifor nation whit h he had called *'or from We learn horn he Register that the uipa.nv. ob-
.administration the estate of '1'runs Hs'r-lc'd leos uf me community- o re ardle o oi us the
CHARLESTON, S. C. upon Secretary, on subject of that !B-mk- ,ject of this bill is to extend the
liar; i{odd
Jan l.34 21tI I 'Ti;nul; I 'i- It BETTO\.
i. i'rins-a< to wish depusues re- sislei-led
Refer -GIHSON K SVLV-: .*. Uu 'oy, Flaa | again as the f Public! poitehad! n 't yet [: lion the Roan-ikc' to Italeigh.i .
IlJiNUY t HITCHCOCK, Mobile.. It. II. M. DAVIDSON, movi'd from thn State Banks. He h

    J. "'1., Chatlcst) n [J3G\V A'I"I'OItN&UOUNS1LLORAi; LAW ; rind: ] hi preposition pro.-peetlve onl) mfoimillion will be +*omiuunicatfduy 'vlondav: I i Batik of f the CJnilticl ..tatcs.-We learn from

    llEUOV.1/J llE.UOrd HAING lorn.rdu Cluincy, Fl-.i.j will pmptly! Hut he xhiuld be told, that.the picture of and I if M(', he ma.v further postpone himotion.. Li S Ir'n: e-tititlcd to ciediUthat the President
    ,1 DJNij1 :
    1any professional business that may lIe eJistre erated. One I In and! direct:,( ufth.j mu..ituu.u invd'trtiiitn
    that :
    public s was C'xag gentleman Ctselr.. Calhoun will tiring forw.ud -
    hicaic in the of Leon
    intrusted to c+ urns ,
    i ) ilS Jackson, md a' App .Iachlc .In Bay, also the adjoining had: said, in that House the tithe mar, the hill fur tlu repeal of what i cr-i'ted tutMn'c I[ eel not to apply tor a re- -hart':r during the !Present -

    l.J.ll'ij'' : i 1' 1 ,Si.a1 tA1\''.). i1..unties IIf (it'flni.tnd Alabami. lit 1 !' that it was all a humbug. It'll was tie, it was tct, a iu.h stood as thi- special rd.-r session of Congress ; nor indeed' it at
    weeks afur date be riielancheilv humbug. But was tlu-ro :, for .il probable thit! they will make* lu-i
    SIX application made lay .1 nv ye-terday batVa., -* t.v r until pouf any ap: -
    1kq.'T subscriber to the honourable till county com-+;, m n wio! would now say thai th.ctn'>vvl; -,f t.iJ.v the adjoiirnmoiil of the Semite onI t .)tr'nra: re-charter while the present} Cln.,rtSsa

    Jl..1lCIl.J.! 1 1..1ILOllf. (.f ndison county Henry Harris for letters, Iat; 'of of 1nfmistra.u MailiMV'! iMiuiyelecc. nlh I"f'' II lie elf po ite-, had nothing to el<> Wittit I nursday, for the re iduo of the week.. I i i. i;) .heiJg.-.N. i' ('tutr. & tlnqr

    Suctcsws' to the laic Jinn of \\VOOLLE Y Sf Co. '. d. (pl26\\ ) AL= X. \ ATS II'N JIF' !! al 'ntit\ which was prevailing :com 'n. nave heard of notli-n i which is likly to i ttcr- [From the

    \ UL'LD r'..-pt. iully inorm, .b ircuM. 'in,isau ,R LiThe: land and 'Kur-.iti'Hi| belfii tat end uf the country to tlie ullir. Iit' pa- with the purpose o: Mr. Calho-In. Tli-sc Raleigh Rei -'r.]

    \ T the ;puijlic generally, thai .he j aria- r ,u"ni-u to Col. James' Bdibour Virginia, lying; III tin snni'.Ml that no man would say so, after the IMS been much \'ouje..t1Ire abro-, on tri. .: S'ib- North .rolai.wk of the oiled States.

    tli.-ir cstabhs.hincot iu Jcllcrsun. t, t<"iril\ oi > no: c ui ty of Jeftirvjn in the Territory of Florida, u.r.e ; experience! of the last two or three days.Tho .- ject of Mr. \\ I. ).ter's course oat thi-s-ibjeM. --A. Uesnlutioii; has been .suumitinl( by ]Ir.
    of tti- pjst uiiicc, i ) tile store f uma iy v Ci'ic.; as > ..'t Au"ustiae road and near the Orilla I+ nr. Tli of (the could hardly bt Glllhre in the House oi[ Commons
    the oxc.e Ii tuc Fl' where {lC.11:1: handa 7 calamity country It H at present involved in m.\ter!', mcot'V: t pr"
    : : C on TIant\,: i11 I i :%l'. onuiinin to mstnrct Senators
    :tnitial oiimcnt of fall and :. mci I ; cods, Avith Sep[ '';ttc tract of lGO acres lying in the same neigh- estimated; at its true standard. Any idea -upposo, because no one hat, asked him tn-j our 'aud request our ilrp-

    tlichtcbifasiiimis: ; just rccfi\ :. front Newovkand! bourhood ; upon tlu :Sarc( tract the I e arc eXpCII I\r which they could form there of it, m mu-t necessarily I qtn'siion :oublicly. and hi: hanot pulihciv I iir- ros.-ntatives in Congress, to use their bestr>-

    now \uould rtsjK-ctfully tender I'.cir! iiiiecic tliauk s lo and permanent improvements, a sugar house mid !'iuna.c ) fall short of the actual state of tliit.g tim ItNd it. I think; it ;not impro.x.blc; ; : ln>\vever d,avors to procure a charter of the iiauk of
    their fur fa\'ours-I i heir fr:<:i block pitiuiib past distillery tor roan, a gin house, cotton the States.
    a prc'U He was himself astonished at its cili'ct ; h.' tint he utat be rnoio inditierent) aboutcoiitiriutuu
    and \uitcr: : g t-t'J, c 'niMsUu I ;: tit a vry: li.tiu some us- '\ screw ; a in\I a new saw *in with many olhtrcomoiMlioui -
    sorulcof: sn .citiiiC ''II ths, r n> '.... > .mi i \ flu;;s !fixtures, houses and quarters. '1 here are lie- had no idea that so much dlstre could have the ad m force than h>- \v
    of a art at vanuy; and of :tie latest lijiiabe! >. luurs, t'\CI\\ two and hundred arcs of lard cleared iv arisen from this miserable tampering of Go- ding It t.) become a law. Mr- C'a'.ho.m: mi The Jo'irtnl I Commerce of New York, a

    :: ill cnltivation, 011,lied within! that last five years wiih vcrnment. It was not confined .o tae COMImcrcial be abli(* to 11.i before the Seriate such t''stiiuonv Ulj.-ra! uppu..ttioll paper contains thH toilow-
    back n dlanlc] mulberry,rl.uet, brown the landed rs.att. the purchaser may be-1 ixc'om.iiotlittd ,' it was not ronfiin'd t-j of iug taicmeut, viz.
    ; 1 tranquiUtzcd condition ol th" S .ith
    <1!1\"t;, lat H;',k, b.ttl1'tCI;, druiiV stc I mixedluihs : with wa' mi-*, carts, ploughs and almost every; ,'t.- .
    bU.I'iil. : :. luiljjr'K! ; ,<.cd! s.i.x: .f, :\\ II'I Imrcel, drub, si-iiptiou df plantation equipage ; .1 set of black :llIill'st tin merchants ; extended itsel)* like; a xvavo mt, will in.iuci* s Inc who voted t for the bill, iti i'he removal of tho Government deposftesIrom '

    calk, .;rp..d, n.ihcil; i-coj-olil. m.inun, and eurdeeicabsiuui ,' and bellows ; lik. wise I mules, aaencattie, hogtic. -, to the fuithest limits of the country and to all the lirsl instance, te* vote now for Us repeal.! the United Stales Bank to the local

    etc. tau, u':. rk l-lnjli. 1i ilure r.linc, etc accommodating terms, paying cla--es of -itit's.. }But liaukb
    ; spot very < uae s lie can shew tin-, it is my inipr>.k cannot have produced the
    Lull (aS I.\I'I', ttlttr, l ii:aivd M!\!'., ,liId ..."It/i J.l1II. annually U- al mteust and securing the dt-bt. But it present
    ? He had a riiilit to speak OM one) subject because siun that his repealing till will not makit ,CiUtlt't.. It has withdrawn
    wlutc; a.nj; liuitd, .M.u.-riilig: J'lain, bi.aJ., nut Ji0uicdvtlvc. the ubo'v described property should not be sold at > no monev Torn
    ., and loiina ve.Minj;;.. cic. t.Lt'. private sale before (h( 14th day ot Februrry next, the. it was emu eui which he had pcrsui il I \v I iv. ;, tae nurkut. and created no new demand# r for

    Like'.+lsc.a general ass"ruueut of f i->;.:ut'; : : andfliiin plantatiun will be tIHnl"c.lllttllO the highest; responsible k. owl ''dm. Since the 1st ol October, the : be President has commenced his pu!;Ii'- money. 'hr circumstance of collectm" the

    rcadynudc cloture;, viz. Siijieriiiu I.! :,; lick bidder upon the premises, ahd, the perishable pro- otion of the United St.ltPwas live re'iits dinners, and is barked by his Sccrt'tarics.Ve ;:: IIbu.e: \ cuue through a new chann-l ca1'no". ;
    and coloured dress frock coat ; i tarsus, drab for .
    lancy .i. ; sold at the satfctimc auction rcauy.1011t.y. !
    and steel mixed, ovcrco its and oiate-cb ; li.. cloth, & n city the intcrum person whc may be desirous of Its ter in the market of N('\\' York, than inLiverpool. hear of curious ante-dotes occasionally: of tim c } court 1 Jrmc\duce a great scarcity of money than

    camlcl cloak, with a htlll.tslllUe'artcty of vests andpdiiiaiouiu purchasing the jny prrisliabl: ,l property entire: can have. i.. ] ( lIe challenged them to look at remarks: ol some tit the vi- terM who tier the l! uic Iwnl..n of a river's current through a 'c -

    ; taut:, w4Iol1141, l Caittnn Iliintul I Ihlrts, on n credi: of twelve months, giving sllthcJttlt.c'ulJty the puce culrents of the two countries, i in tint time, have witnessed urHcial t.taquelktnod ': ia c.ii cause a scarcity of water in th:- o,'teams

    .and drawers; fine iiueo ";.llt6, l.ue.u dn.ssi.oiHt;, andcolldu upon application to G W. WARD, Mippoit of this assertion. What had produced the furniture of an Execulr e dinner hI: l<-. i .

    ; ; with dress a splendid, such as variety phuiipktcd.of fancy f.iucy: articles innnnciloomUazuie ocnUenieu's t 22fJ: J_a .ent for the owner._ this result ? It was scarcity ol moue) It is said that a ladv from .. one of the disiant ,|' A. 'o.respondeuci: uetween the T.ei-urot

    satin, and velvet Stud ; :urn tla&isilk I EXFC: TOR'S NOTICE.of- All I pi-rsous Vickers havin late a and an embarrassed urrency. Su that he provinces" (lo quote from the Telegraph} ; ,) tit l (rice L: ..tied states and theCashier oi'fihe'
    the Hardy ,
    Wt/i, ana nee suspenders ; ranihiin-cotton, spun Sill, against estate : toprescntt.hcu, undertook to say, tlvit everY southern planter came home from one ol'these festive episode-* I L: tll.ti; Stall's; faaun, has just been pubii.slj.-d: ,
    i of Leon* untydccvisadare' required
    atut' I
    UIIUswoul Ball bus ; line buck-sktmi, linrMHin: had lost at least', 2 cents pound on the the life of .ui.t ..m. u uaw tended
    knit, not- and l duly au.henticaled; within the time prescribed by law per in a politician ; and, on being clues to increase the ex. ite-
    n, cotton and silk hire a
    gloves plain, \\ ,
    tdo.y oii.itd, I' 'chit, ainhii.; k h.\1I; '., ,tc cic tt C. I or they will be foreve-r: l j'\fred-Ihse indebted lo the: I sale of his cotton, em'ini:; to the removal of tuned concerning what she saw, exlaimcd l I cjdy prevaiuug to a great extent; ontae

    d case of fashionablejinc drab and I estate are requested SARAH to make VICKl immediate payment.J the deposilcs. So much for ihe elect on a that she had seen a large/ shining waiter on ft.ii.jcct, oi thc public deposites. It eeins

    beater il.-l 1',,t likewise assort JA.S. J. ViCKERs, > Exccutors.228w branch which ho understood ; and] he had no the middle of the table with a parcel of candle.- I mat ..\ ual Treasury diarts amounting to the

    ; an I \\\\.I1ART.. )_ doubt tbefiect must have been Similar as to in it, which was called a plainer." It was sum ot $2o JOUOO, had been drawn upon the

    ment, gentlemen's' cloth IjM'S, oj fl AlCE t )TICE.-\lIl'crsonlS indebted lu George others. He could well understand how much the first tune she had seen, although she had United btates Bank and some of its brunches,

    the latent JH. Lorimorc are quested to come forward and of that man's propeity must sutlervtlO had often heard ol a planter." m tavour of uther iJatiks ; and that neither in

    t' bubcwl.rIll''U, )' guarantees :o furni>h all sjttlc the same'with the subscriber, as no further in-_ I stock in a BmltJJ whu'h the depoaites had I This being a Dies NON in our legislative the daily nor weekly lists of dralU or WlTlanta

    '*liQauay ul1 .pU-ase to faxnur them \ itli their custom,- dult!.'ucc will be iven.[113w] Jt1S.1'. LORIMORLT been placed. lie believed that .Mime of lhai calendar tor the tirst month or six weeks of wuicn: u is the custom of the reasurer to

    .on the Buy article of clothing in their line of business, .. IS J OF LBT'TERS remaining in the post uffic : stack had t fallen 17 'i'r cent. The stock ofthe every long Session, there is but little of information .iuimsh me bank with, us a security against
    most rcsisonrljlc: terms, and as they Keep clln- B A the first day of January 1834, itn t ;
    ; :tt Quincy on had fallen; .ud
    Bauk in ir was the '
    Citrard Philadelphia, ,
    stalttly'lnthrrrcuilu| to be collected. The -xislenceof of these
    members are
    : y' first rate IIO I 1cl1IOllm by thty Lsll bU r.III\'e their clothing, w'hcJier furnishedread :, to the General Post Ulllcc as dead lettcis. from 70 to 54. So much for the distubutionol generally busy on their respective Committees, close rafts, it also appears,

    JD the lhCUI ) uud'} ur to oulcr, to be always made uji :I Ashton IleHry C. Malone, John \V. the depositcs. or attending to the claims and commissions s were uuly to be used iu the event of (rt-iin

    datra l1-l l fc'osilutuuil.'I:1.tll'nals. manuir and hk vMbC, c.f the mO sl 1 ;Uoody..lienry M'lnnis, John I A Government, \.. McD. aid, that could which they have to- look after in the Executive canimgeiiciea.=e not occurring, they were_.

    ... Ballonuue; Henry \'A 1 l1II, Robert I thus tamper with propeity tt the expense e>f departments, or sauntering about the streets, lo oo ruiurned. Hence, no doubt, the tuereason

    A CIt D.MlIN Buie Barbre,ohn Thomas (2)) Manning Muncr, William, Charles public tailh. and at'the expense of tilt' wholecommunity or preparing: speeches, or lolling in the recesses tue> were nut included in the daily or

    V. SNELL, Chappel, Elizabeth 'Kennal, John -such a tm'crnnwntwhatc'crelse oi the library. Several ot the Committeesof weekly statement. They were however, pre-

    4TJ ll Uitd1L11' .11 LAW. i.iLL iiniSStiE, FLOtlU Craddics John M'Han, Mary B. it might be called-was unworthy the the House are now sitting, and Uvo of the aeuted and paid-and the Cashier of tiu] < ..wkopcut

    try JI1 l0 business, contidtd *x> him with IIjtJUS-, Cripsen James Norris, Enoch name of a Government. Senate Committees, but I do lot expect that the comesnun} deuce by calling th."at-'
    all 1'tinc.uaht Die. 2 1st I'JH Clemcllts,Juscph Nunan, Allicc conclusion hw would ask in what was there will be teniion of the i'
    In of before reasurer to
    reports importance the
    or iheomission.
    'C ke.jrrncaiCitLltEaandJAS.1). WES'J4JiLL.S T DuPont, Charles H. ((2)) Gates, James I. 1 any ubjecl
    & l J.... j..clu'rc' Darby, Susan (2)) P.lltcrsoll..13all all this to end '.' What was'to be the consequence the holy-days. You will have seen that a.. The Tieasurer, m ,just.ficaiion. ,

    ALLX.WDER BLRTJlELOT, Einfield, John Picket, Bright ? Ho could tell what would be the motion of Mr. t' ilde, on Thursday, to exclude contends that they were transfer drafts issued

    Mlorney! and Counsellor at Law. Fain DaVid Poythress Stephen, James S P.Fra5ler ,. end, though ne did not know what was the object. the Kitchen Cabinet from the floor Ua; I b) order of the fceeietary to .transfer public

    \l 11.1.l i'act.lce H. the Court of Appeal'i1'.. Ai.drew Amos F. Peoples Rails, Seboru, The end would be, that they would the House, not exactly) in terms, but m eiiect, I roods from oe bank lo another that the

    suo Superior< Courts of Leon, Uadsdcn, ana JackCon Giddic George,,Alexander Roan, James P. ; make a sacrifice of the industrious and enterprising had very nearly succeeded ; and it would uurter ot the oauk had vcsu-d m him th ole

    '?" tale of 'honias I cml0fy of Florida' and in the Superior Harrison, W. D. ((2)) Smith, Johhbarvey classes of tbe community to promote have doubtless been carried, but tor the great power ol ordering those (tracers: and trial it

    trn'udiriilcircutlofithcState i & Dccatur of counties; of the Residence bouth Michael Selly, William ThomasHoilanvn the interest o. speculators and stockjobbers. repugnance which is always melt to change; anyot IHor hat boson the practice. -to lurm.ii 'Itats of

    *ie''v-_. 23d 1833.Georgia 5tf Hutid"yhltler David II. Speight Stephens, Henry: This was the harvest of money lenders arid the standing rules, or interfere with tht .1 lucse trausiei drafts. The Cashier on the

    ,! -a-- -iWiw H-'iidley, ,John Shaw Daniel.iarnson brokers. The industrious who required accommodation practice of Congress i do not imagine chad they nand mamlaius, that those '.Jonlmgenttraits

    .obcrt Sylvester, Vilott i would suffer, whilst ho who ha the members that celebrated coterie let -' have none of the jualities of i ransferiidlls

    tKT Attorney COMFORT at Law, ..hnson, Sarah Sexton, L. .. money in his pTocketmight rise'to a princelyfemutio tGeutselvey'mtichcompletnonted by tbe resu' and are m tact mere warrants. Weave
    .ll MIDDLE FLORIDA. Thomas James
    Apll, ., ones Liltleberry If there were stockjobbers or of the vote alth it iu .. the decision '
    ---.. 1\\3.__ :47-I y Jordan C.'Edward Wilder!I Jonathan any ugh was theit favor. of the subject to 'congrcrls
    . UOUioRJoihN McLEMOttb. u
    R vl'tCl FULLY inform hit friends that he I... uc-iksey: Westcott, names D. government or not-who had stipulated. to deliver The Staunton Spectator says, the Mail tro.

    .1 -gam ruiuratd tilt dunes of hi* profession. neteraL Reuben Watson, William Culttu! ((2)) money into State Banks By a certain Washington City and'Itichmorid. To'this place iicuard. K. Crane:, i;:q. the .Propel-tar ofo.

    .\ ..sIli' l 15u_ ..mmore, James; 'Vood.Lury'Vallungtonlahala, I lane, they would prosper by this act of tl
    IJ TOR lUMUOLPll odtn. his profess io r,,'. ,.ester II kin H., Hobert C. (66 Letters.) Government. But il'it were thought that by stead of daily, as heretplore. l'he. ).,U.chadge .. it ai that estttoli bmeut tj the ;dior| #! of
    yL4v'" to hie fiends, and the public. I3u ruin the Bank of the United S. has been made .. '
    \1 tea, John u they could on the rOUtO betWet, ,:1 .t' 1 t who have united it iitl heir pa.1xbElri
    M. .
    ,, f AM G U N r. is a candidate for the Sheri M. BLUE. P. they would find themselves miierttbly disap- i.this,place and Uuyaadotte.* j' tier, > *
    alty oi Uadsden ..
    county 22tf (iuiacy, Jan. Ulh 18 .* .:; .11 tS t *



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    ., I ,,-' rr '"- I fctoimt. from the comrottteo on Enrolled Bills 4Hr. risk leans to 'inlrouce a kill, W ststtl&\ aPn.rj ereae I.ibt pftaae"6f ike WIT, 'n7ip cJ'" Ah Act to i\-''.y
    1 Acts the
    Ybateaville lain rganizing of
    .. OF THL LEGISLATURE. Enrolled. the South prong of Black creek, at or near an county Fayette
    ... I'Y' a .1Ii. reported as correctly to amend the same ; which motion andii111
    SATURDAY, JjiA''. ;34. ; therein Duval County. prevailed, !
    II An Act to change the name of a certain person -
    obtaifed bill is ordered to be reconsidered_
    The House notice, asked and On ?
    met pursuant to adjournment, a quorum d.,* WARD pursuant to previous motion 5
    being present, the journal of yesterday's proceedings was "nlme An Act to repeal an Act, entitled An Act to providefor leave to introduce a bill-entitled "AD au- GAUTIER, the from House said went intp Committee thereonlv Ir* '
    CHANDLER committee
    read. ; Courts in this Territory to appoint Inspectors reported r.
    the' collection of Judgments against free negroes and thorise the County said bill I
    ' Mr. President laid before the ConnUe -whii* WM amendments, which report WILt concurred in tr'
    Council the resignation other therein named.' And of Beef in their respective by the Ho
    \ of H. K. McClintock, one of tho Engrossing and Enrolling An persons Act for the relief of Mary P. Harker." read the first time, and 18 copies are ordered, to be written. The rule of the House being waived the said bin) *'!

    t Oierks of this House ; and thereupon, )y leave of A bill, entitled Au Act to authorize James Kennedyto Mr. GAUTIER, pur uant to previous notice, asked and read a third time and passed-Ordered that: the title iJ11

    he House, the following Resolution was offered by Mr. establish a Ferry over Cold Water, where the road obtained leave to introduce a bill entitled An Act to I before stated. **
    SMITH:- amend Act to the Foreclosure of Mortgages I On motion of Mr. BUI.LOCH, the House
    leading from Flori a-'fown to Tallahassee crosses said an regulate tdjoanjftd n.4
    r [ Resolved, That the resignation of Mr. McClintock, creek"-was read the second time, when the House went by the Courts of Common Law of this Territory, and for to-morrow, 11 o'clock.THURSDAY.

    one of the Engrossing and Enrolling Clerks of this Legislative into Committee thereon-Mr. ROBINSON therefrom reported other purpose "which wa read and 1 8 copies are or
    Council, be accepted and that Mr. i be written. JAXVARY 23 Segui appointed said bill as amended, which was concurred in by dered to be

    in his place-which was read. the House : The rule of the House being waived, the Mr. BIRD, pursuant to previous notice asked and obtained The House met pursuant to adjournment

    I On motion of Mr. SMITH, the rule of the House, requiring said bill was read a third time by its title and passed leave to introduce a bill, entitled "' An Act, to im present the journal of yesterda proceedings, a quorum ta,

    said Resolution to lie on the table one day, was Ordered that the title be as before stated. pose n Tax on the proprietors or exhibitors of Circusses On motion of Mr. GAUTIER, the bill entitled "An was read. *

    unanimously waived and the said resolution was put on A bill, entitled "An Act to Incorporate the Town of Cbatahoochie and other hews for amusement in the Territory of Fio solve the marriage contract between Henry D. Stone Act todi,

    its, passage and passed. in Gadsden County," was read the second limo rina"-which was read the first time and made the order. rah N. Stone," was: placed among the orders or the Jay ands j.

    a llr.V ARD, pursuant to previous notice, asked and obtained when on motion of Mr. BULLOCH, the House went into of the day for to-morrow, and 18 copies are ordered to to-morrow. ",I

    leave to introduce a bill, to be entitled An Act committee thereon-Mr. SMITH, from said committee, reported be written. Mr. GREEN gave notice, that on to-morrow, }he willt,
    concerning the authentication of concurred of Edward Barn leave to introduce a bill, to be entitled An Act to ?
    Conveyantes"-wbich the bill without amendment, which was Mr. ROBINSON presented the petition "tabr*
    Wardens *
    : Board for the Port of St. "
    was read the first time and made the order of the day for in by the House ; the rule of the House being waived, well praying to }be allowed the privileges of an American Mr. DuPowT gave notice, that he Marks.will '

    ,, Tuesday next and 18 copies are ordered to Ve written. the said bill was read n third time and passed. Ordered citizen-which was read and referred to the committee on {leave to introduce a bill, to be entitled An on Act tomorro.k

    Mr. CHANDLER, pursuant to previous notice, asked and that the title be as before stated. the Judiciary. Sheriffs, and Clerks of County Courts to appoint depmj to autho",

    I Obtained leave to introduce a bill, entitled An Act to A bill, to be entitled An Act to define the extent of Mr. BULLOCK presented the petition of John Carlisle Mr. WARD gave notice, that he will on some future day t1.

    define the extent of Monroe County-which was read the Monroe County, was taken up from the orders of the and others, citizens of Washington county, praying the leave to introduce a bill, to alter and tend, the law, establish

    first time, and made the order of the day for Monday nez t. day and on motion of Mr. CHANDLER, postponed and abolition of Territorial Taxes, and other purposes-which ing the rates of Pilotage for St. John's and Nassau rivers

    : Mr. FORBES, pursuant to previous notice, asked and made the order of the day for Friday next.A was read and on motion of Mr. BULLOCK, so much thereof Air. WARD, pursuant to previous notice, asked and obtain,

    I obtained leave to introduce a bill, entitl"d'AnAct regu- bill, entitled '' An Act to repeal certain Acts organs as refers to the subject of Territorial Taxes was referred }eve to introduce a bill, entitled "An Act to establish: a Fein
    f' jating the introduction and re.noval of slaves from tho cross the} South pirong0f Black creek in Duval Countv ,;
    sing the County of Fayette, was read a second time, to the committee on Finance. read -
    and made the
    I Territory of Florida"-which vas read the first time, and when the House went into Committee thereon-Mr. Riz, Mr. GREEN presented the petition of Bcnjanin W. on t 2S to-morrow. order of the day for a second readjn j *

    I'' referred to the committee en the State of the Territory, from said committee, reported said bill with amendments, Cause, Ex'r.; and another, praying to be authorised to sell 1 Mr. DtiPoitT introduced a Resolution which was read

    and 18 copies are ordered to be written. which were concurred in by the House, when the rule of f certain lands therein specified which was read, and on laid on the table until to-morrow. .

    : Mr. WARD from the committee on the State of the the House was waived, the said bill was read a third time his motion, referred to the Judiciary Committee. Mr. WARD, from the committee on t lie State of the Terr

    j i: Territory, to whem was referred the petition of AugustusSteele by its title and passed. Ordered that the title be as before Mr. BLOUNT presented the petition of the President, tory, to whom the same had been referred, reported on u\

    and other, reported a bill, entitled An Act to stated. Directors and Stockholders of the Bank of Pensacola, bill regulating the introduction and removal of Slaves from the
    ., organize a County to be called Hillsborough, and for other Territory of Florida which report was laid on the table
    L l The House, on motion of Mr. GAUTIER, then adjourneduntil praying an alteration in their charter-which was referredto til un.
    purposes"-which was read the first time and made the to-morrow 11 o'clock. the committee Banks. Monday next.

    (I order of the day for Tuesday next, and 18 copies are or TUESDAY, J.WlAflBrsist: 1834. Mr. GREEN presented on a Resolution-which was read tain A Officers bill entitled in this"An Territory'was Act to provide taken fi'r the from Election! the of car

    t dered to be written. The House met pursuant to adjournment, a quorum and laid on the table until to-morrow. of the day ; and on motion ol" Mr. SMITH, postponed up ,and ordtn
    Mr. WARD, from the committee on the State of the being present, the journal of yesterday's proceedings was Mr. BLOUNT offered a Resolution-which was read and the order of the day for Wednesday next. cult
    Territory, made the following Report : read. A Resolution of Mr.
    laid on the table until to-morrow. BIRD, on the s\ibjcct of reprcsentatirt
    ; The Comraitte on the State of the Territory to whom Mr. GAUTIER gave notice, that he will, on some future Mr. Riz offered a Preamble and Resolutions -which heretofore postponed, and made the order ol" the day fori>.

    u tvas referred the petition of Washington Toney and others, day, ask leave to introduce a bill, to be entitled An Act were read and laid on the table until to-morrow. day, was on motion of Mr. WARD, again postponed, and mad
    beg leave to REPORT : to amend an Act entitled an Act to regulate the foreclosure Mr. BLOUNT from the committee the order of the day for Saturday, the 1st of February next.
    That, iu conformity with the instructions of the House of Mortgages by the Courts of Common Law of this on Enrolled Bills, A bill, entitled "An Act to impose a Tax on the proprietor
    ,N reported as correctly Enrolled, An Act to authorize exhibitors uf
    or and other Shows
    they have had the same furamusi-mccu
    under consideration, with reference Territory, and for other
    purposes. James; Kennedy to establish a Ferry over Cold Water, the Territory of Florida"-was read the second time
    to the power cf this Council to re-annex the County Also, a bill to be entitled "An Act for the trial and whn
    : where the road leading from Florida- 1'otti n to Tallahassee i the House went into Committee thereon-Mr. CRESS, free( .
    of Fayette to that of Jackson ; and are of opinion that punishment of Slaves, and free people of colour. I crosses, said creek." I said Committee, reported the said bill with amendments,which h "

    the Council l clearly possescs such power. From the several Mr. FORBES gave notice, that upon a future day, he Mr. MOORING, from the Select Committee, to whom I was agreed to, and the said bill is ordered to be engrossed id i!
    a acts establishing a Territorial Government in Florida shall ask leave to introduce a bill, to be entitled"An Act referred a third reading ou Tuesday next.
    was the of II. I). Stone
    petition made the following
    the power is derived of establishing Counties and of declaring Juniper Creek, in the County of Escambia, a Mr. Riz oflercd on yesterday the Preamble and Resolution!
    , altering and remodelling their .iraits. This power, of navigable stream." REPORT : following:-

    course, carries with it the concomitant right of abolishing Also, a bill to be entitled An Act in relation to a The Select Committee, to whom was referred the petition Whereas. It is a matter of general notoriety,that in the year
    (j of Henry D. Stone, praying a divorce from his wifeSarah 1912, Gen. Mathews, commander of detachment of
    a County once created ; for otherwise, i it might be contended drift rafted Lumber.' a troops
    t fl that the limits of be N. Stone, have had the same under consideration ; stationed in the Southern frontiers of the United States,1n3 ,
    a County might so as Mr. BIRD
    notice that he
    ; will future
    gave on some day,
    and from an irruption into the Eastern of
    it an examination of the petition and documents part this Territory, at tfcatj;;
    to leave
    only a single acre of Territory, but not to takeaway ask leave to introduce a bill, to be entitled An Act to connected( therewith, together with of time a Province ul'SFaiu : That by this invasion, many or tlt .
    its u knowledge !
    name and corporate existence, which would be impose a fine on all and par and
    absurd. persons exhibiting wax-figures of tho facts alledgcd, have arrived at the conclusion that quiet unoffending Spanish inhabitants, whose only eriwf:
    shows ef all kinds." was fidelity tp their Government, were driven from their honaj
    :. Again--the power of a present Legislative body to repeal Mr. Riz gave notice, that he will on to-morrow, ask the prayer of bill said petitioner should be granted, and have -their crops and groves destroyed-their slaves carried offer!

    1 or annul the acts of a former, is a truism in legislation : leave to introduce a bill, to be entitled An Act to as i- reported a accordingly. dispersed among the Indlans-thdr plantations and houses p>'i.
    1 from which are only excepted cases in which rightbave s thorise Nehemiah Brush to establish SiJohn's W. S. MOORING, Chairman. laged. A great number of the settlers, many of them AIM-!
    a Ferry across
    i become vested under such acts. This r A bill entitled An Act to dissolve tbn mania..v. contract cans by birth, were suddenly reduced from plenty and :iff>]
    any exec River "
    at called
    P a place
    between D. Stone and Sarah N. Stone" cnce, to penury and want and
    tion, however Henry --was ; nn extensive portion of &J
    j' cannot apply to the case in point, as the Mr. MOORING
    presented the of H. D. Stone
    individuals petition read the first time. country so entirely desolated, that a repose ofh\"enty years fcsf!
    ;t rights alone would be affected by a repeal praying for a divorce-which was referred to a Select Mr. President laid before the Council, a communication not been sufficient to restore it to its former opulence and prct\
    of the
    act creating them a County themselves Committee penty.JllJd.
    pray Mooring Robinson and Priest were |
    ftom his
    for such a repeal. This view of the subject, however, it appointed. Excellency the Governor, as follows : whereas also, It j is a matter of history well rememterrfj

    must be observed, is predicated upon the presumed fact t.L Mr. FORBES presented a Resolution which was read I TALLAHASSEE, EXECUTIVE OFFICE, in Florida, that the Executive of the United States, some tin:
    that the petitioners constitute the body of the County of and l after the occupation of the Province of East 'lorida, as abort
    pursuant to rule, laid on the table until tomorrow.Mr. JANUARY
    22d,1834- f stated
    formally and
    * Fajelte. GAUTIER officially the authority of ice!
    r The Legislative of this Council over all 8ubjr presented a Preamble and Re9olutlon- To the president of the Legislative Council Mathews; Hedging,that he had transcended his orders but roll
    t powers which was read and laid on the table until to-morrow. : however, till his position for months had been
    jects in which the right to has been Sir-1 have the honour to inform the Legishlture.that many
    legislate imparted by Mr. SMITH presented a Preamble and Resolutions before the City of St. Augustine; and his despatches to la
    jr the organic acts above referred to, are believed by your which were read and }laid on the table until to-morrow. I have approved, signed and filed in the Secretary'* Government as the commander of the American forces, constantly !!

    . Committee to be co-extensive with those of the States Mr. BLOUNT, from the committee on Enrolled ..Us- Office, the following Acts : dated from that place
    ; within their respective limits and reference An Act for the relief of Mary P. Harker." That at a period
    ; by a to the reported as correctly Enrolled. long subsequent;; Mr. Archer, a distinguished ;
    Statute Books of Georgia and of others of tho States, it An Act for the relief of Romeo Lewis." An. Act to repeal an Act entitled An Act to provide .- member of Congress, then at the head of the Com

    will be perceived that the power now inquired of is daily' 41 An Act to Incorporate the Town of Chatahoochie in for the collection of Judgments against free negroes ther mitiee of of the Foreign Affairs, reported to that body, That nei:
    exercised by the Legislatures of those States. Gadiden County." and other j persons therein named.' And, contingencies which had been considered as warranting

    With this view of the subject and at the instance of the An Act 11 An Act to change the name of a certain therein intrusion into the Fioridas,and in the contemplation of
    to repeal certain Acts, organizing the Countyof person 5- one or the other of which, the Act of Congress' authorising the
    Representatives of Jackson and Fayette, your Committeereport Fayette." mentioned. Respectfully, your obedient servant, occupation had been passed, had actually occurred." So tkt::
    a bill. to be entitled An Act to repeal certain acts An Act to authorize Samuel Y. Garey to build a Which was rrad.VILLIAl1 P. DUVAL. from this" brief recapitulation of facts admitted by the Government .

    organizing the County of Fayette. Bridge over the North prong of Black creek, in Duval) An Engrossed bill, entitled An Act to organize a itself; it would appear that the claim of the sufferers

    Respectfully submitted County." County to be called Hilisbornugh, and for other purpo I indemnification, as reported by the above Committee, was per :

    t: GEO. T. WARD, Chairman. A bill to be entitled An Act to organize a County to ses"--was read the third time and passed-Ordered that fact: But even this view of the subject, strong as it unquestionably ,> :

    Which said bill was read the first time and made the o r- be called Hillsborough, and for other the title be as before slated. l is, derives additional support from.the Treaty of Cession ;.
    der of the day lot purposes"wasread A bill, to be entitled An Act ; the ninth Article of which will not fairly admit: of a construction -
    Monday next and 18 copies are orderedto a second time when the House went into committee to authorize James Caraway rejecting these claims. Yet, notwithstanding the
    I be written. thereon : Mr. BIRD from said committee reported t ; to establish a Ferry at Ocheesee, on the Appalachi-{ ii i surest principles of Natural and National Justice emphatically: :

    A bill, entitled u An Act to authorise Samuel Y. Ga- said bill with amendments, which were concurred in by cola river-was, on motion of Mr. GAUTIER, made the call on our Government for remuneration ; notwithstanding the

    fey to build a Bridge over the North prong of Black the House ; and the said bill is ordered to be engrossed; I: order of the day for Friday next. encouragement given and the expectations warranted by the'

    creek in Duval County"-was read the second time ; the for a third reading on to-morrow. Mr. FORBES on yesterday, offered a Resolution as fo 1- Treaty, and in despite of the persevering eflorts of our l faith .

    House went into committee on said bill- -Mr. CHANDLER Mr. CHANDLER offered on yesterday the lows :- ful Delegate! relief has been constantly withheld from these impoverished :

    from said committee, reported the bill without amendment, Resolution :'- following Resolved, That the committee on 4ho Judiciary, be i instructed and now almost despairing svjfercrs. ,
    which was concurred in the House to inquire into the Be it therefore Resolved, By this Legislative! Council, it being
    by the
    -whereupon That the committee on the Judiciary be instructed expediency of passing a law considered solenui
    a duty,
    earnestly to these;
    : most
    rule of the House being waived, the said bill read la for the benefit of Securities in urge righte.
    was to into certain Also
    enquire the expediency of revising the cases :- a ous claim upon the justice of our Government-that our Delegate -
    lore third tune and passed. Ordered that the title be as be- present Criminal Statutes of the Territory of Florida andto law requiring Executors to give security for the faithfulperformance in Congress be requftsted to renew and continue! his efforts ,

    stated. report by bill or otherwise.Which was on his motion; of their duties :-Also, a law regulating the to obtain the passage of a law, providing for their full and '
    On motion of Mr. BULLOCH, the House then adjourneduntil adopted.A( distribution of the Estates, of Insolvent Debtors ; and to entire allowance, that it may no longer be a reproach on thi .

    Monday 12 o'clock. bill entitled "An Act concerning the authenticationof report by bill or otherwise-which was again read, and on subject ; that the stipulations of the Treaty and the sacred
    his motion adopted. claims of justice and humanity have been forgotten.
    Conveyances"-was read a second time the House
    MONDAY, JJUT. 20th, 1834. ; The Preamble and Resolution Be further Resolved, That the above Preamble and Resolutions <<
    resolved itself into offered Mr. GIUTIER
    Committee of the by
    Whole thereon Be certified
    by the President and Clerk of this
    The House met Mr. BLOUNT from said committee was again read, and on motion of Mr. SMITH, laid on the
    pursuant to adjournment, a quorum reported the bill without JJouse and forward without delay to our Delegate in Coo rrsa.
    being present, the journal of Saturday's proceedings was amendments-which was concurred in by the House ; table.The Which were again read, and on his motion adopted.

    read.Mr. the rule of the House being waived, the said bill was'read Preamble and Resolution offered by Mr. Sr,rr.U Mr. BLOUNT offered on yesterday the following Resolution,
    THOMAS a third time its title on yesterday as follows : .; to wit-
    JEFFERSON GREEN, a member elect from by put on its passage. The yeas -- -
    Leon County appeared and on motion of Mr. CHANDLER, and nays being called by Messis- CHANDLER and GAU Whereas!,; The repair and preservation of Fort. ,St. the Resolved, That the Committee on the Judiciaryr inquire into>

    , was duly qualified and took his seat. TIER, were as followsYeas, Mr. President, :Messrs. Marks valuable as that work must ever be to the defenses the rate expediency of of repealing or amending the Act regulating
    Mr. BIRD gavo notice, that he will, on some future day, Bird, Blount, Bullock Green, Kirkland, McEennon of East Florida in the event of war, and interesting as adopted was again read, and on his motion

    ij nek leave to introduce a bill, to be entitled "An Act concerning Mooring, Priest, Robinson & Smith, 11.-Nays, Messrs. a specimen of military fortification, in its style and archi- >lr. GREEN offered on yesterday the following Resolution

    i School Lands. Chandler Forbes, Gautier and Riz, 4. So the said bill tecture more perfect than any other in the United States ; to wit:- .

    Mr. WARD gave notice that on a future day, he will is passed-Ordered that the title be as before stated I should, as it has been, be deemed o: National impol tance.I Resolved, That the Committee on the State of the Tem-

    ask leave to introduce a bill, to be entitled "An Act giving On motion of Mr. PRIEST, the House adjourned until And, whereas also, the re-construction and extension of tory, be instructed to take into consideration the propriety! :
    i a lien to Mechanics in certain cases." to-morrow eleven o'clock.WEDNESDAY. the SEA W AI.L, in front of the City of St. Augustine from submitting to the people of Florida, at the next Legislative

    On motion of Mr. WARD Mr. GREEN is added to the Fort St. Marks to St. Francis' Barracks are indispensi- Election, the question, of State or no State; and that they repoi<

    Committee on Internal Improvements, the committee on JJUfUJRYMd, 1801. ble to the safety and protection of the City from severe I by adopted.A bill or. otherwise- which was again read, and on his nioWt

    Banks, and the committee on the State of the Territory. The House met pursuant to adjournment, a quorum storms, to which it is sometimes exposed, and from the bill, entitled "An Act to change the of
    being the name Martlij
    present, journal inroads
    constant of
    yesterday's proceedings the
    Mr. sea.
    CHANDLER gave notice, that he will on to-morrow was read. Higginbotham to that of Martha Crozier-was read a sccocltime
    ask leave to introduce a bill, to be entitled "An Act to Mr. Riz And Whereas, The appropriation already made by and made the order of the day for to-morrow.
    : incorporate a Marine :Railway at Key West. pursuant to previous notice, asked and obtained Congress to effect these objects will prove, it is believed, A bill, to be entitled An Act in relation to rafted Lutobei
    Also that he will leave to introduce a bill, entitled "An Act to au insufficient for the purpose. adrift-was read the second time, the House went into Committee
    Wednesday next leave
    i introduce
    a bill, to be entitled An Act to thorise Nehemiah Blush to establish a Ferry across St. Therefore, be it Resolved, by this Legislative Council, of the Whole thereon-Mr. DuPowT therefrom report
    I : Act, entitled Act amendatory of an John's river, at a place called Palatka-which was read That our Delegate in Congress be requested to his progress, and asked leave to sit again, which was concurred 11)by
    for use
    an the relief of Benjamin G. Thornton the House
    and made the order of the for and 18 copies are ordered to be written.
    day a second best exertions to obtain additional
    reading on and sufficient
    and Jesse "
    H. Willis. I .
    r! to-morrow. appropri On motion of Mr. SMITH, the House then adjourned until tc
    Mr. CHANDLER presented the petition of Amelia Ann I ations for the entire accomplishment of the above works. morrow 11 o'clock.
    Mr. SMITH: moved to reconsider the vote taken the Resolved further That the
    t Pindar, praying divorce which on foregoing Preamble and these
    a was read and
    on final
    motion -
    passage of the bill, entitled An Act concerning Resolutions, together with the special of
    Message the
    I referred to a Select Committee-Messrs. Chandler the RICHMOND December 27.
    authentication of ,
    Blount and'Gautier Conveyances, -with a view to Governor of this Territory, relating to the same subjects We
    f were appointed.Mr. amend the stop the press to announce the assemblage, o s
    same which motion prevailed and said bill is be certified the
    ; duly by President and Cierk of this
    , House
    LDR yesterday of the the
    presented a Resolution as follows : ordered to be reconsidered evening, most numerous meeting of ,
    and made the order of the and foiwarded to the said .
    1 Delegate.Was .
    I Resolved, That the committee on the Judiciary, be day for to-day. People of Richmond ever known called to express popv ,
    .instructed to inquire into the expediency of revising the Mr. BLOUNT again read, and on his motion adopted.The tar feeling on the removal of the Deposites. Chapraa

    present Criminal Statutes of the Territory of Florida, and day ask leave gave notice that be will on some future bill, entitled u An Act concerning the authentication Johnson, Esq. was called to the Chair, when Mr. Beo .,.
    to to introduce bill
    to report by hill or otherwise which was read and laid on Trustees of the College at Pensacola.Mr. a ,.to Incorporate the of Conveyances"-waB taken up from the orders of Watkins Leigh submitted a string of resolutions, coidemning '
    the when the Houso
    day, went into Committee thereonMr.
    the ;
    table until to-morrow. unqualifiedly the Executive conduct in relatic)
    J Riz from pursuant to previous notice, asked and BLOUNT, from said committee reported the bill to the Deposites .
    Mr. the committe on Claims, to whom the obtained leave as illegal and unconstitutional, deprecating
    to introduce
    a bill, edtitled An Act in amended, which was concurred in the HouseTherule
    bad been referred the dreadful of tbl!
    that to
    same -reported without amendmentj relation to rafted consequences measure
    -: bill, entitled' An Act for the relief of Romeo'Lewis" made the order of the for adrift--which was read and of the House being waived the said bill was read a industry, and prosperity of the whole country and recommending
    a second third( time and .
    reading on to-morrow. on its The
    -w hich was read the second time ; when on motion of Mr. PRIEST in put passage- yeas and nays being their immediate restoration as equally a roe;!
    Mr. SMITH the House went into committee thereon' Mr. KIRKLAND,, asked pursuance and of notice heretofore given by called by Messrs. Chandler and Forbes, were as follows sure of safety and justice. His resolutions baying bees
    obtained leave to introduce a :-Yeas, Mr. President, Messrs. Bird Blount, Bui- read Mr. reviewing "'
    !lr. GAUTIER therefrom reported said bill with bill, to be entitled "An Act I Leigh addressed the meetug at large,
    to change the name of Mar- loch, Dupoat, Green Mr.Ken..on .
    Mooring, Priest Riz theconduct unconstititionulity
    of Government
    which exhibiting its
    ; _were concurred in by the House when ti heby tha
    to that of Martha Crozier "
    -which Robinson Smith and Ward 13. ,
    rule was waived the said bill was read the third timo : Nays, Messrs. Chandler and lawlessness, and depicting its injustice
    ; t+was read and made the order of the _
    day for a second read- Forbes and Gautier, 3-So the said bill i is passed in strain of and i .d <
    tyranny eloquence
    its title and passed Ordered that the title bo as before, mg to-morrow. a lofty ; t$want
    Mated. Ordered that the title be as before stated. which. tie meeting showed its sense, by frequent i&4 l aUfi
    I Mr. WABP gavo notice,that ho will on'some futuro day Mr. GAUTIER moved reconsider the vote taken on : continued applauc.PRoCgE11Nr8 ,


    -:- -.' -
    c **fstK.,3&i" .
    : ;_q.s3; proper nf.this ca ys0 ft tile Ma.lot 1Ua readiDesa .. -- -
    to -
    v.bIfl&t ei ti!: ISbe that of the eatire commonwealth took from his! 06ket tape which meet be fek had awful P Ate;I I come for revolutionary terrjce, come ,far service! body, the-::JBYffeui' qtetttai. 'fa in order i ;
    during the arwsy tni
    for ,
    the moderate Chapman Johnson expressly me late war fbr re to t1iap&tiet aad. "
    lnd repmt.&t
    purpose and many horses I 6aa&
    touses and
    which &
    ihe: the chair viewed the crisis hu nds andfeetrnigttbe tied withit requested that his I laves lost in the late war, hundreds of land claims of course puts an e6d to debate,'and.. .1 lni the'opposite

    b'"thejssueofL4bcrtY resen i end Despossm.ed t was done, he adjusted the knot & ;was as launch soon as and claims for interest on former aU wancet. To exercise ministration the gag having law thtwajority Whenever they ia the think Home,can, at the .ametimt aifbthpuatIestipe the work baa been efectuiiIjTdone -

    into eternity t Thua has ended get one claim good or bad, ia to lay a safe founds- which proper if not,
    a melancholy tion for may probably bring the dieeossJoa in that I h (a
    transaction A claim prTe d
    considered ll
    under eny aspect, and we not many. whether well founded or body speedily to a close.-This is not the ease ia: .ly made) conacqueaUy
    sincerely ,
    PLORIDIA.N : hope that the disturbed and excited feel Congress may by is? perseverance, be got through, when the Senate-the administration have neither the I effect-Ib.It oterwi a D

    ' ings st few which months have pervaded this community for the modestly urged dozing.have At the same time just claims majority in this body, nor can the previous question is stated that Mr. Robert C.

    may now settle down into quiet no chance whatever. Bold be called for, from the manner in .wl2id thequestion of this NioJ
    . U miSATURDAY laT nd peace :-, ; ness and perseverance will almost insure ultimate city will be Dominated to the

    MT success. At all events it is better than a thousand was brought tip. Attorney for the United in the Eastern.
    JANUARYfJTVcMern 25. COUlfTETMrX LtD FRIENDS. chances The new Clerk of the House of Representatives St
    nd Gentlemen ; I am an Irishman born in the Private claims in a lottery to petition Congress for relief has commenced his service, rather ungracious: District Virginia, vice Burfoot de'd

    County of Wezford in ought to be settled by a tribunal es, lv. He had -
    Mail arrived Wednesday evening a little town, called Bat. tablished for the at once routed from office several ofthe

    b-i1f.r. letters and papers from Pensacola ti etown, about two miles from die Salt Water Dec. 22.-Mr. M'Duffie purpose.has subordinate Clerks, without the slightest reasonable Mr. razwel b been elete Governor o

    fast.;Nb1k1 uT the first tune during the last three near between Duncannon the and Ballyhuck in a triangle line in favour of the restoration of concluded the his speech cause, some of whom have maintained 1 the Stte of Virginia. ww supported bj
    a two places. I left deposites. their places for 12 or 15 with the fullest
    %. blame attached the of the home at an early went through with the whole yean, ap- the State Rights'
    italis. -No is Part age. I am BOW thirty-three two months catalogue of charges; probation of the House and the country. We: Party.
    of Co). Macomb. The fal.tuf1e5 and years brought against the Bank by the Government I -
    ; under the control twenty-six days of age, being but the notice that a former well known citizen of our
    prime showing the
    )hat'c been owing to the reliance which) has of life, but I am to be cut down like a flower each. He did insufficiency or rather falsehood of State, Mr. Eleazar Early, is appointed to one of CBARLESTOV,January 13th J8.
    nor seem to look COTTON.The
    a. much after soft of the
    oppression and the weather
    .? placed on a sail! boat 10 carry the Mail across I torment daily for three or four terms, and the statements Clerkahipa.-&uthern Recorder. vented the inclemency pro
    fOII be I and
    by officers of arguments of the W any considerable :
    ; that the DeLrtnient years the law that did not do President 41HlGTl CITT, Dec J8SS. The Cotton busne.
    I ClioctavUiatcbie BlY.-'Vc hope know their duty. nor and his Secretary, he characterized as To the .- not desire S. in on the wbrn.a too wet for ,
    !I will either abandon the line altogether Jesuitical false, frivolous or my induige I and Cotton hd to tken from store to
    I intentionally so framed the b
    came to complete
    Pensacola the first of censures on author of a late work,
    May 1822, from I as to deceive and purporting cagoa amounted
    impose the to between
    efficient Uplnd.
    *omc more As New Orleans upon public. In conclusion t
    or adopt to see the opresenahiatoryofmy'hfe, t J 500 and 2000 bales '
    exchange of Flags be he said the td at "e 1I 1J 1i
    "e 1
    public a }
    % sj)0xv6iand, there is neither certainty nor tween the Americans: and Spaniards and to knew where treasure was gone, nobody eetrii.-But it becomes my say to p fo prime ; lOla 11 for fair rte The
    and t
    38k ize air, in relying on it.-Letters can now reach I back to New Orleans immediately after the name go I moved from the United: States the deposites Bank had been re- I .h] i tht publication was wholly unau 104 mt Jl| ; 46atlj 10.; 531 at&e;were 10
    , was over however I by what authority by met and in at 10J ; 350 at 10 cents. One lot
    of ; in business thoris many respects of
    jfoMe with no degree certainty, but by directing got with John I t no one could tell. He I o m -
    F. called the : tees sold at 20
    Bannister & Co. of Boston upon injusti I know not who the author : cent Nothing else dune io long cot
    JEalt. than via. Millcdgeville f for a while, settled our business, delayed and my time House to save the country from actual and widely gea designed anything of a friendly: I! tons. -
    commenced I spreading distress-to .
    S in another place the arrest the uplifted arm of chalcter. far as I am concerned he -
    town 1 tllould at 1 -
    IAW JZw&wry.-We are sorry to perceive thatobstacles Yellow Fever in 1822 being healthy after the arbitrary executive power and to maintain the least have have obtained permission to publish HYMENEAL -

    1fd are likely to be thrown in the wayof this friends and took care of was the over. I buried all my rights future of the legislative body by directing, that i in i if he even thought it unnecessary to submit for Married-On the first of January the Rer.
    children the my
    project, by any apprehension of m nopoJy. 'l'hrptrsons when no body else would do poor it. orphan I do now claim United States'public should be placed in the I i inspection a copy a copy of the work bwr 1 Ksqr.M r. Alexander in Mr.the James residence of John M'Gehcc

    who havepk'dgcd themselves to take stock the 'right of praise for conduct went to press. .' E. Brecon of S. C., to
    my towards When Mr. '
    M'Duffie Miss
    :08 concluded; Mr. Wilde of The Amelia Jin*, daughter of Abram Giles
    1 amounts have done to and appeal to the residents of Pensacola profit which I can expe t: from E Dozier,
    11 certain so merely satisfy at that Georgia rose & addressed the chair but such 'esnhy zqr. deceased.

    hf *fc Legislature' that the necessary amount will be> time for the truth of my remarks. I have done to Mr. Polk, (chairman of the committee gave of ways way compared an undertaking with the is blt I both consideration: On the 12th inst., by the Rev. Mr.Brindsmsid, E.
    my duty to every man in house when in and duty owe to. myself and I CHANDLER, Esq., member of the
    my sickness who
    means) Legislative
    and with view rose at the Council.
    D3de more a to the enhanced same moment. Mr. the t
    up; : To in
    I from
    have myself I Monroe
    ; fed the being placed Miss
    'ri- hungry, clothed the naked I Polk moved the cmmunty. County to bar L.OCJCKRJUN of
    -nlue which will he given to property in this neigh and buried the dead, like a good hearted of the floor for adjournment, and of course has fairly before to them, in placing in their: this city. _
    'A:1te L son to-morrow. I have idea
    liourbood, than thc profits which will be deriveddircctlv I the Emerald Isle, that never could see distress if i subject will be disposed of for six no months.that The this hands vicissitudes a true which narrative of my adventures, and the r OBITU AR
    have Y.
    ) from the stock.-It is believed also he had it in his power to relieve it. marked my obscure histo
    that :
    In. : preliminary questions Died-At his
    I have now pending may perhaps ry.; I know not why my humble name should have residence in Madison ,Florida
    done county
    who have wish to in I a deed that I am for be debated for three the 12th instant
    all any participate the undertaking sorry on ac months. But, suppose that excited general interest but far Mr John M'Gehee, alter a
    count of any ; as it has pro
    have had an opportunity of doing so, besides my family. I have been drove to des at an early day, the whole subject should be referred d ODe so, that interest met 6 tracted illness. The deceased was a native of-Vir.
    r.ra ruction by a plain and
    the amount is by him. I shot him dead in the public to the committee of ways vnd means-in that unvarnished shl b ginia, and entered the service of his country, at the
    den necessary only made up on the streets about 11 o'clock in day .light. I am nowahout case the debate would be postponed but its history Wyslf prepared under my age of sixteen, which he never left until the close of
    length own notice aud
    understanding that certain individuals will doublellic to die and I the public by mown the revolutionary war.
    would Immediately after
    gain nothing by telling a lie i ; not be curt led, In the meantime, too, authority. which be
    amount of their subscriptions if I never loaded that should cmigratec to South Carolina, where he resided
    required. gun tokill Alba, after he had the house leave the questionin the until
    standing object of this is live fall of
    troubled note therefore Is30 at which time he
    give removed
    me so much. I bought 12 1-2 committre the Senate t to Florida.
    cents worthof will take it up, and will un general that He died at the advanced
    Trcaiury Department.! -Three shot and 121-2 worth intrmatioD as early as the same can age of seventy-t"Q.; per.
    the cents
    years ago powder,and loaded I- doubtedly send to the House a joint resolution directing i- fectly resigned and professing to be
    financial: concerns of this territory were almost in j the gun at the store of Mr. Michelet and came the re-transfer of the deposites ; whereupon my b Life; in shal will put carefully to press endeavour a Narrative ol God.There rea'ly to meet his

    )11III a l hopeless) state of ambarrassment, but, by the out of the store to go to my own yard-m one the discussion in the House will be resumed. In those refinements of literature which would to avoid never lived a man who was, more universally
    j I minute I met Alba, and said to him-" If l hct there is in tbc aDd estnem of
    unwearied attention of the present Auditor and you turn no. way which the House can avoidthe disrobe my Narrative of its respect those who knew him..
    every poor man in town out of Ins house discussion and there is greatest ineret-ald
    rn in
    no which strive
    way they
    Treasurer its accounts i have l heen youwill : 6hal to represent myself as I
    really am
    lat arranged, and a go to the Legislative Council this year. can settle the question. The Senate will differ PLAIN, WESTERN A HEALTH SECURED.-By the use of the Hy-

    cb' regular system adopted, by which the public will He replied to me, hush your tongue, you d-d I toto cado from the House in regard to the disposi and the BLUNT woods, and not MAN, relying on honesty Vegetable, universal medicines of the

    he guarded against future loss. The credit of the rascal," and raised his cane ; I turned about and I tion of every point connected with the matter. for a living. I I am hopeful on the learning work and will the law, tamed iinush the College of health, London ; which have ob

    rorl territory has by this fired away; ihe-guri bursted in hands I In the Senate to-day Mr. Webster's b ready; approbation and recommendation of thousands
    means, been restored so far my ; 1e. resolution f for the press before the close of the who have been cured.

    that the few notes now in circulation cannot I be 'er took aim at hinV However this is all nothing directing the committee on Naval Affairs to reporta Congress. I shall not be delayed present a moment sesionof In consumption, cholera morbus, inflamalions in
    at present, it mends nothing for my lite, only the bill providing for the regulation of Steamboats l than
    longer ternally or
    purchased at a dii roun:. The territory is out ofdebt of &c. takcr' i indispensable fro my public engagements externally ; dyspepsia, fevers, ague, indi
    gratification breast
    'ar I my and to show you Iheslateur was up. Mr. ,v. spoke in explanationof gestion, billions or nervous affections, and aU diseeses

    and is getting on very A\rll under the present'ystcm. my feeling and the ill-treatment of Jllba to mi his views of the subject. He suggested such The public's most obedient of tbe.liver: Yellow fever, gout, rhaumatism,lumbago

    dtat Why then should new embarrassmentshe I have been tried before the Hon. Judge Cameronin legal provisions as would in his opinion go far to DAVID servant CROCKETT., ti doloreux, dropsy, St. Vitus's dance, Epilepsy,

    created, by resorting to otherschemes of doubtful t the 20th of November last, and found guilty, secure steamboat passengers from all accidents resulting Later fro Portugal-The brig Pocket apoplexy, paralysis palsy, green sickness,and alt ob
    atDe l utility, even if practicable. If the of Murder. When placed at the Bar, and asked from carelessness and unskilfulness. The Gage, arrived here this morning from Oporto structions and which which the female form is 50 distressingly liable
    present sends
    Def1 of taxation i is burthensome anywhere it m"ustII system if I had anthinCJ' to say why sentence of Deathshould constitutionality ani the expediency of the legal 1 which place he left on the 19th of the creation to their untimely so many of the fairer portion of
    not DC pronounced: against me, I looked at precautions proposed, be exhibited to thesatisfaction but he Novembr- graves ; small pox rneasles -
    \ m those counties which the for in the with of brings no important intt' whooping cough, scarlet fever, asthma, jaujid.ire,
    or pay money, Judge melting l heart, and slidtn him! every one. It is eertain that the country the operations of the belligerent repcting grave tone,and all urinary obstructions *
    Mine: counties the amount is so small that it is i hardly hat I had been driven to this melancholy situation expects from the present Congress some efficientaction ; fistula, piles,
    ii1 : war continued to linger-but with evident feebleness strictures ruptures, and syphilis in all its con-
    1 l. worth naming, while in others not a cent has by the oppressions of Peter Alba ; that the wrongsand I on this subject,-and nobody will wish to on both sides 1'hr Migueliles had made an pated bowels, ".orms scurvy, itchirgs stages of the;kin;

    u. bee paid: into the treasury. Yet strange as it ma.v injuries inflicted on me by Qlba had been continued I oppose it except some few interested steamboatproprietors : attack upon Oporto, and although successful at king's evil, and all cutaneous disorders ; in short every -
    he.a with much Re'erst.dunng the last threeyears who will be apprehensive that the legal I the complaint to which the human frame is
    seem, it is from this quarter the onset, were driven back, with so direfuly!
    complaints no
    . originatr. ; ; himself and his officers drove me out of enactments will impose upon them much watch: loss. G. bt great subject, under all their varied forms and names; nc
    .-To abandon the present system and throwthe doors house and home fulness and Captain states that Miguelites we rend: the Hygcnian conviction is that
    -they compelled me to a little expense, in taking some about ,- man is wibjcct to
    J6.ed expenses entirely on the indiviJualco'lies would break up) my family arrangements, and reducedme to prevent fire, collision, and explosion.precautions encamped consisted of one league from There Oporto, : one only real disease, that is, to the impurity of tu5)

    be subsistence. Oporto, volunteer* possibly assail his complicated frame, and that it is
    ne the*, for huch would be the necessary These repeated wrongs filled ii circumstance the importance, of the occasionir'ft -but although Don Pedro including lite-
    consequenceof perpetual str g9le of this vital
    mind with men enough to pure Elf am of life,
    \"c ;a want of the means of supporting government.ran cou1d not brook indignation them;and my Irish tinder heart and spi and the numbers. in presence considered, withoutprcct'rlent. garrison the places in his possession ; they weretoo (the gift of Almighty cower) to disencumber itself of
    u. ; their inflnrnr.p-
    few to its VicloY acrid humours. with which
    I had iustifv offensive one rat ions, or to scour it has become
    Jtcd THE FLOIUDIAN. to suffer.committed I had the crime for which I was about I Miscellaneous Propensities of John Butt.-A the country of his enemies. Jr. Com. .fiav., commixcci: ,tnrougn me negligence 01 parents; the ignorance
    nothing to complain of in thtrial or maltreatment of
    the doctors
    What are tlif cxpcners of our Territorial Government correspondent of the Windsor Herald writes thus : NEW YORK Dec.23. ; w ormandizing
    of the ,
    lisJW that requires a territorial lax is a question often case, except some of the witnesses didnot Will you believe that I lately saw several well V of Blood Horsei. Mr. J. C. propensities of us alL
    lu Stevens has Each
    tell all of the
    knew Genuine
    they that the Medicine Is
    k'd tht ? As ; and dressec signed with
    ac by people one of them, I can answer Jury themselves sold his horse
    persons amusing MEDOC
    the for
    HI know haJ done me justice. hy pelting 10JO dollars, to a gentleman my name ; arid no apothecary or druggist either ifl
    til My
    ( none, cavfc that which: attends the case was fairly and impartially bronze statue of the Third from
    :1-, ; of criminals. It is true thit there arc tried. I had no more to say to the Court, erected in the George wHch has been Kntuuky. wishing t part with Europe or America, is permitted to vend the same.
    many Long" favorite
    1. other expenses equally as important RS his, how- (than(i to request that his Honour would alkJ&shouting with laughter s an animal, lie a price that he H. f-HEPHEARDtOAT..
    I- ev:rr, in the estimation of the TALLAHASSEE only G ENTRY long a time before execution the give me as as the statue rang with their Violence If such is thought left but little risk upon that score. But, Bmith street, Brooklyn, L. I., New-York.

    Ir. let us enquire into them. These are first the allow, that I might my business as law would to be the fble of splendid statues in exposed situations he was mistaken : the gentleman paid him the Office, 50 Canal str., co'ner of Broadway, N. Y.

    r.of allsries of, treasurer, the auditor the treasury commissioners and make arrange my or worldly we must no longer wonder at the want of money, and walke off with the horse ; and it is The above vaJuable medicine is just received and for
    concerns sale
    in audit treasury scrip, and then clerk hire, Heavenly preparations for meeting encouragement, which we hear so much about, in a little within twelve hours after, he l\Janolin, by. J. LADD Sole agent for }'lo da.

    tet stationary: fuel, furniture, etc etc. Secondly, the my"My friends this department of art. These people were re- had an offer of{ the same sum from a gentleman January 25th 1834. S4lf

    c commissions tax assessors and tax collectors ; third and Countrymen, there, is one rule buked by an old Guardsman, who had learned better from Virginia, who came on to purchase him and AKAKTJNEK>TEL>.-ImmeduUly 10 II

    1.o ly,, to pay fabricated accounts of defaulting officers (of ol life for you to act by in this woild which will in the guardens of the Tu iller ies." This is cha r- thought him cheap at that price. Double the, A small capitc I only
    enable sum I will be
    which the to keep clear of trouble and necessary. ((24tfJ DA VID B. MACOMB.
    . present council will, perhaps, have a specimen you difficulty. acteristicof John Bull. He cannot sit upon a bench obtained, however, would lave induced his
    ,) and fourthly, to the Fear jour God ; do not fear man or devils n 'K WILLIAM >LAKE .
    j lt3y governor's postage ; never in the Park without cutting his it owner DOC has located hrn*
    name on thorough he is
    . ,or as to with
    ; This, I believe is insulL sportsman part Tallahassee
    a full and corr ct enumeration of any man, nor never take one otherwise and tenders his services ta
    ,. you bliiig nonsense or indecency. He cannot walk him, except upon the condition of his with,
    all :
    the being the
    expenses of our local Government that will be trampelied I public as a practitioner of medicine and
    are not upon. supposed myself to be surgery
    paid by the United States and which too keeps the insulted by Alba. My family have been sick these through Kensington Guarden without breakingotfa drawn frm the turf. He goes to Kentucky as a midw.fC1'Y. He may be found (when not absent 011
    J.c people so taxed bough ; nor through a nursey ground without stud. JMedoc is an Edipse colt out of professional business his
    heavily and our territory in a state of four or fiveyeas he took of this misfortune Young ] at house on Calhoun street,
    y inkrupfy. Jsow with a view to do aW1"i.h this of mine. ;At last I advantage could pulling} a flower. If he crosses a private park, he Maid of the Oak., and will be 5 years old next the former residence of CoL R. W. Williams. 25tf

    c evil, for I hold that all taxation i jc en evil, if it docs he not stand it no cannot keep the foot way but will go and stare in Spring. His color is sorrel ; in that and other -rDMIrus'h UA'i UK'S HUM ICE.-All
    e not< eo to promote the public good And happiness of longer-for got he deserved. I am to blame at the house. If he walks into the country, he, particulars resembling his sire.-American. .tL having claims against the estate of Henry persons Murray -

    . tt the people ; suppose the people were to say through I myself letting this torment go on so long ; I pelts and drives the cattle and poultry : a bird cannot Varioloid.--This disorder has for are required to present them duly authenticated]

    . their representatives, that they would have no trea- i I ought to have put a stop to it the first lime; I gave fly out of a hedge, or a squirrel run up a tree, and still is in, some degree sometime within the time prescribed by law, or they will be
    urcr, no auditor, nor treasury coramissioneri,nor ter up to him as he was a Peace Officer ; I begged but he must have a fling at it. His sports are all prevalent inour forever barred ; those indebted to the estate are requested .

    . ritorial tax assessors, nor collectors, they would cer- him for God's sake to let me alone, and wac.ned violent. Hunting, shooting, fishing, bull & town as wel as in Washington-thought to make immediate payment. .
    lunly hare neither sallaries nor commissions him that if he did not I should be badger there has no total that 25Sw
    3 to pay compelled to do I baitinir, dog and cock fighting, are his favourite case we have GEO.G. ITOLT.AL .

    . Cl pose cir circuses also, that for clerk would hire, fuel, etc. etc. ; and sup. something that would bring me into trouble and amusements The love of physical and animal enjoyment heard of where prudence hs governed. Not- I AUD.-A female school under Uv:superintend

    . culated; upon, by they the of not fabricated suffer themselves spe make bad business for him. His answer to me is shown in these national sports, as Wellas i withstanding the disorder i termed varioloid I ,: anc of Airs. Bf. Brown of Colemb-is, Ga.; will
    way accounts; and was, I will be d-d if shan't from be opened, at the farumage for tkc instruction
    1 furthermore, inasmuch as the governor is allowed in- you go away L in the feasting at public aud private dinners. or modifiied small pox by our physicians,
    Pensncola, for you are always against in elections we young ladies in the various branches of an EnglisheduC".ltion
    dtpendent of his me This senseless and of I that vaccination
    salary, seven hundred dollars the wanton outrage pelting o is no
    by fnd
    the first
    a on in
    tJni-ed 1" ) him UI shall Monday February ne.JotThe -
    reply to peentivefrom
    was not
    States to meet all contingent his: [ go sir. statue, was perpetrated by well dressed
    txpenstt of I. persons.- have take !
    1 pleasure' In Mm
    j tfiitt which I am noxv ninety days with! double irons crcumstance incined I recooKnewhnj
    or includes on Brutality
    postage, that they will my by no means confined to the lower doubt Brown to the confidence of the teaehc
    of its public M a
    no) longer that : fe et. 1 have already suffered death and thanksbe orders.r being a
    pay expense and that the one The chances that modifca-
    . tlr again coun- are, mechanic would I tion of that formidable qualified by talents and experience to give Ilt.iafaction
    of ies respectively defray by a county tax, the expense to God, he has given me strength to bear ray have h respected a work of ingenuity and art, because disease to those who may intrust their children to her cart adi
    J such criminal cases as shall occur in said counties, misery, and to meet my fate like a man I am I lie is at least able to estimate the labour that vaccination is capable of presenting the disease instruction.Terms.i .

    . the cecurin trial Qf-to t"1e each, the fines that should be assessed upon I clad I am going to die and hope I am prepared to went to produce it. These people saw a noble itself, it certnioly must be equally capable .-Four and six dollars per quarter.

    protesting at the same sometime, to assist against in meeting the such expense Die. So farewell my dear wife, my daughter and I statue, and not being able to aypreciate its beauty; of protecting us from a modification of it,, WILLIAM HlLLlARD, _

    , dering the criminal laws governor's ren mv son Robert. M*, son insult no man ; discharge t they resented their ignorance by flinging stones at I \hen it is known to possess but a or WILLIAM MAYNER,
    nugatory by remitting amoderate L It. .
    fine evtry our duty towards mother and sister be to it. had half K CAL4 ]
    assessed for the violation'of the criminal code. your ; They no other way of gettinga sensation of the virulence
    I If this them a if the deeds of the father shou1dbe portion disease WILLIAM FLAKE,
    , important change was to take place in our tcrri protector; f-om Ihe'sight. It was the want of imagination. itself-it certainly must be a distinct disorder IIOBERT S. MILLER zH
    toritl government the people would be relieved in a reflected upon you, recollect that it is not yourfault Had it been a statue of Alfred or Milton, it would January 25th 1834. ,

    Creat measure from taxation, as well as our public my boy, it is mine. Adieu to my parents i, have shared the same fate. It is the old story of i:I originating in some other causes that t TICK. Will 84ttO
    faith from a state of bankruptcy this l brothenTand'sistcrs brokenhearted mother- the and thatromvhich common sicali is N be sold at public sale on Saturd5r
    ; change would I ; my pearls tee swine. They, do not know howto pox produced the 15th day of
    not, howerer ab3ut' suit the ".YucJfus" and political man in-law, brother and famllv. May God bless you enjoy anything beantiful. They will not lake: or even a modification of it, otherwise of Ellis Stafford, two February eighths, of, at land the, late known reaidcnc in
    agers the the
    fice carries the seat of" government, money and of- a lL May the HeavenlyFather have mercy on the pains to understand, sufficiently to take an interest i- vaccination woul be of the same utility as i it I general pun of the west half of the south east fourth

    down the nest and totes the, Rooks but as will Knox says let off us pull I my unfortunate soul; may lie forgive me my sins ; in a work of art. The mass of the peoplehave has been for years past. WG have of section No. 7, township two, range two, south and

    the hand of profligacy and the vultures soon "dlno fly longer sLa 7 uay he take mv soul in Heaven to himselt. Oh I, the excuse of want of sufficient leisure to known persons who, after being properly east ; uhcre the said Stafford resided at the time of

    prey upon the political carcas. F may the Mother of God, have mercy on me.- acquire the art of enjoying rebxationand rational 1 so far as to be in the vaccinated his.death ;-one other eighth, entered by Coruclii
    I Saints and Amen. go earns room lr English, and sold to the said Ellis
    Angels The Stafford known
    wn plad to tee a proposition before the pleasure. public at large, too, have so long ai
    breathe for hours the
    council meeting the views above advanced, introduced present Adieu, adicu to all mv. friends that are far away been excluded from palaces and gardens, picture the same atmosphere ofa west half of the north east fourth of section 18,
    first by Mr. M'Kennon 110BT. I3IIEEN. &c. that have body diseased with the most formidable township two, range two, south and east. The above
    J by the way of a petition, galleries, they not yet learnt decent smal property will be sold
    backed on a credit of
    twelve months
    by a resolution of Mr. Gauticr. behaviour when pox, without sustaining the slightest t to
    been G. have except they are checked by the or the highest bidder, the purchaser bond
    somewhat blamed heretofore for his of fear.nd shame of being detected. Overwork exhibiting of the disease giving with ape]
    the AWleui support connESPONDENCE or THE JOURNAL OF COMMERCE Jc any symptoms but roved security, or a mortgage 011 the if
    be, however in the way of whitewashing, etc. should Washington, Dec. Ist 1833. over feeding, baa made them gross in intellect and h in the present disease, persons having been, quired by the administrators. property rc-

    succede with the change his ,resolution i in bod,'. In this reject the much abused Penny> vaccinated have been known RICHARD STAFFORD )
    he : to take it
    proposes; certainly ill be entitled to the Both Houses of Congress having adjourned overto ; andto .
    high ap do h NOAH aulD lw>
    Magazine deal
    probation may .good to enlighten the suffer STAFFORD, }
    of the and full Monday, we have no news from that source. exceedingly, though itig
    people, a forgiveness lor all : a source
    ws former political ibr minds and improve the taste of the middle and t _.:_r _.: .L_. .. January 25th 1834. 25tds
    Bins. JACKSON COUNTY. We wait :Mr. M'Duffie to conclude his speech, v Buuoiavuvi* tuut iiic> vuuvxio
    working classes of the community. Ha ? these vt it disappear IX weeks after date, application will be maJ.-'by
    when we shall see what course the other side will from the face in a few weeks at thc subscriber
    : read of most. to the
    persons an account the statue in the Penny honourable court of Gadsdt
    The Execution FROM TRio PENSACOLA GAZETTE. pursue in defence of the government into which Magazine, they would have not needed to pelt it Some few years since, this disorder, thoughwe county, for letters of administration on the estate of Robert Breen for the Murder; they have been so unexpectedly and prematurely believe much Henry Pitman, late of Mount-Vernon
    of formidable deceased.246w
    Peter bv deriving gratification from it. more made its
    AUtat way ,
    ; Mayor of the City of Pensacola.w drawn. They are put on their defence, without in J. W.KING.

    BEEIC ur&uant to the sentence passed upon ROBERT the opportunity of strengthening their case by We are vet unable to lay before our readers any the appearance medical Washington, whom it engrossed Sl weeks alter date, i will ton tellers of nd

    Ballon at the last term of the Superior Court 'for[ c preparation and an array ol docL'O IonsultatiOn Congressional proceedings of interest ; the time faculty-after considerable diversity ministration on the estate apply of Henry Pitman deceased -

    County, he was executed on the 20th ulU) ments and reports. Mr. M'Duffie rests > of that body, being still occupied, almost entirely of opinion as to whether vaccination late of Garden county. S. F. JONES.

    Of Luau i tins open; and conspicuous place on the outskirts principal the President removedthe with the debate in regard to the deposites. Indeed was I preventive or only such for a given time Quincy, January 25th 1834. 246w

    We City. deposites himself contrary to law ; and that, this constitutes at present, the all engrossing a committee of three physicians of eminent TI1\VEN1YDOLLARS ltJi.W ARD.-Ra wa\-

    were not present at the execution and can, granting the removal to have been made by the: subject of the newspapersfrom Maine to Georgia. qualfation appointed to investigate the. .A. from the subscriber October last a negro f cl-

    been werefore, only give such information, as we have Secretary; the reasons offered for it are insuffictenUpon t. It would have afforded us much pleasure, to have subject tbey were decidedly of the low named ELICK, 21 years,of age, abou six feet

    able to gather from those who witnessed the these grounds therefore he must be met. been able to present our readers with principal ion i after mature opin- high, stout built, of a dark: complexion, large eyes< ,
    awful' that vaccinationwas and rather
    sight. All who were present concur in the It is rumoured that the Senate will attempt I to speeches, on both sides of thiainlerestingquestion. delbeaaoD. I Who a sulky countenance when spoken to.

    tUtement hibtin: that he was unappalled to the last, e x- force the restoration of the depositcs, by refusinguYpa -But the debate can scarcely be compressed, as'irtualy lfe, as it was for any' Tallahassee was,seen near two the weeks ago 12 or 15 miles, from

    the more of the intrepidity of the lion than appropriation bills in the ordinary man within the pages of a daily newspaper-it wouldbe o perod. ad in opinion we without doubt been loitering ever Micosuky since he lake left, where has n.

    faulterings of the man. In obedience to hi i* ner. For instance, they may require the money vain to attempt it, in one printed but ooce a concur. son who may apprehend him, lode him Any per

    request, he was taken through the most COfl8 i- .'iven for public service to be paid out of the pul b- week. Mr. CLAY delivered his speech upon three There is one observation more while writing -I or deliver him to me on the Imona lake, Florida some, shall Jail,

    cuous,, ,pans of the City when on his way from t ic funds deposited in the United States Bank ii a- separate days-CoL Benton, who, by our last accounts t which sugests itself; is vaccination in be paid the above reward. G. H. HOLLAND.,

    uie prison to the place of execution. On arri i stead of out ol any the Treasury, not was on the floor, in reply will doubtless the present day properly dono or attended to January 25th 1834.flRAWLG .t4 .
    bog at the spot he knelt strengthftt as much time : and as it is impossible to
    over his coffin and wa* ()tberwise apprnpnated. VfPjX occupy when properly done 1 This leave RECElVED.-.Thc
    in for be I tell who to speak or rather who query we aretho
    prayer some moments. When he the Senate is now S6 ; Porter are yet are not
    f roe l he to physicians to answer. It is well known of the Virginia State
    ascended the gallows and gave it a tho elected from Louisiana, it will be 27. to speak, it would be worse than folly! to surmise, that Class No. I.:- LoUcry

    of rough inspection, evincing more of the curiosit L The number of petitions presented this sessionfrom when the debate will terminate. The same remarks in many cases they never .deem it worthwhile 56-53-39-147-1 1- -37-3644.

    then the mechanic, than the dejected culprit. ffct private individuals for relief that is. for.a are equally applicable to the House of Re- to examine the progress or issue of theoperatiop. Holders of prize tickets are requested*opiestn:

    I read the addrc s which follows, delivered I hare of the surplus revenue is unprecedented.fhrec : nnesentatives, with this difference; from-the manner In Europe some days after the them and receive the cash or renew ia.thi Gran
    ) around him .beezi offered in winch the subject was brought before this baa Consolidated Lottery, Cls Y 'tfta
    certain paper, and informing or foVr hundred d'l have operation biD performed, 74 Sif'
    I th pbyaJ h J will close on Monday evci 51 'ffM c' 2C.


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    t i6 : : ... -- jjO-.tc4k Umnc) w.ofcttin jaw recciv 'iitIer.bls .,
    ,: UT1TEb1A'tIS MAftSTEAOA'1s I ffjj f CONSUMPTION iti.*! Fklcher, Irom N. ICo. KKSPECTFULLY profQltCDa1.>
    .ici the sihooiar Utthuy 'I TaUabawe. a1 iLa : '
    I A NDREW JACKSON AND bUpply uf fresh goods. |[[ a practitioner medicine. |jjs ,iti
    t CURED. I oU and Phiiadelphtrt) \, huge = Qffice. j i'I Jt.
    : \ .5i.VERSAILLES..Prom CoAppalachicola. VEGETABLE viz fine aasortmeiit of fancy calico,-latest lashions; ,;' I. next dour to Mr. Perkins' drug oq JefI

    1 umiluf to The DE LA lloNTERAT's COLOMBIAN domestics: a ah assortment Of Wilmington 'stripe ; Ins' I I r TttflairaMec_Nbv 23d '1833- 8tore.-

    . 'ebrie ", b 2 Jt .. ;i:%c, Columbus.alternately, every discovered for ting and buttons ; diilling, a handsome assortment fine tor I 1 I I AND.-ForsaleavaluableT- -_ I'"

    j.I JJo'i.z'a_ ana lit neslay, at, 6 o'clock A.. M. for Appa- \ S the most valuable remedy ever yet gentlemen's summer ware ; brown linen, very ; I{. L in tractor btnd ;
    I ; lying ,
    Colds .lsthma.Spiling and yeutbs near Xw&STfp {oia and will intersccu the i\cty mail stage line, ARRAJJTEDm the cure of Coughs, COUI&mplun. and camlet ; silk velvet J gentlemtn's
    . 'from Tallahassee to'Mobilc viaiVisacoIa Blood, and all diseases of green hats men's and boys we.oll county, Florida, belonging :o Lawrence 11 ffen
    at Aspa- of white beaver and summer ; \ork this tract of land ill K2 _
    U 1W
    by J. BOYD, Phiadephia. I saddles und bridles -I about one
    1 laga on Tucstlay-and ThursddyaLnn. In returning, Lungs. Prepared hats ; gentlemen's fine thread gloves, And the balance of I
    I and the disturbed nerves, gives of .violins, with extra oak.andwellwattredwith %
    will leave Appatachicola Thursday Friday an assortment
    every composes best quality ; i i
    A the etc.Bilrof branch running
    5 Bt 10 o'clock A. M. and arrive at Aspalaga the next i Lungs, repairs the Appetite,improves Spirits of, the long bows : everpointcd silver pencils} ; gentle- the land will same : persona*&hf? r
    S see apply to James
    i' days by 14 o'clock 31. where passengers will!! find stages Directions accompanying men's and youths'' dancing pumps of all hizes. : L. Parish E'
    manner Alonticellu who will bhow
    conspicuous the
    J pointing out in a most do. tortoise shelltuck same for $ .
    ,for Tallahassee. q Specific, Ladies misses and childrens! ; and
    of the disease which \Vlllllc liberal
    J' The; proprietors of the above light-drangkt boats have :1;! a' all the symptoms in their different stages while and side combs splendid ; gentlemen's bead purse* ; apply to me In 'falIahaJae: 1
    t treatment w ill alao sell the .
    t ,invested large capital in fitting them up for the comfort FULL supply of Landreths' superior garden, and particular directions rcspectinglhe well authenticated certificates fashionable work baskets ; do. pocket handkerchiefs ; Moniicell" and reimaninj, lots, in thj 'est add I

    of passengers, in the confident expectation, that n A herb and flower seeds just received and warrnted using with many do. worked and laced caps; a handsome assoitmentof to Nov 2Jc.1: give TUHtlUTT n bargain if applied for .

    I discerning community will not sutler this (the first attempt fresh ; by E. B. PERK INS. of cures, etc. and increasing demana ribbands ; artificial flowers ; bells ; hair curls of all I5ifj R: nETTO i

    . lo supply A AppaUciiicola a regular mail,) to October 291h. i II I tf In consequence of the great cologne water etc. ; most s fashionable lJEl''J.\ A.ND
    ; is enabled to reduce the shades ; perfumery ; nY IIVER-CO.\lPL
    -I K'" down "'}I. wantoi p.mvnagc.r for this specili lhi proprietor it to come leghorn bonnets ot line quality, one of which J. 1'. liTERs, Professor of
    enabling ;
    A 'pI't1"hicu1t.t. I U\1"Y: 1 I'Jih 1 33.r 22lf priCe to per bottle,thereby will be dressed te the fashion ot New York ; an assortment j didnc, who, for several years, hai Pl1yriologiali t
    of all
    the reach,
    . STORAGE STORAGE STORAGE !Ti! within persons. Pills. of splendid veils ; Prussian red stockings, j attention to the treatment of cAronic or $ hs *. c
    Dr. CHAPMAN'S Anti-Dyspeptic nr : (
    his ware-house the of all sizes and colouts ; an assortment of jewelry, eases, Us Mwcoe .eJ, by chemical J1*
    addition thousands analv.i.
    to used I
    IN These Pills have been successfully by earringsrut: finger I the ( ,
    such as ladies pins, Ms, in orni.g .t combination from leyeri }
    ;", sCritJcr has recently erected n spacious building rJ who can testify to their superior efficacy (over i rings watch keys etc. ; patent lamps ; tacko ; bras lIlatt.1tgetaMe 't"i.f1'iplcs"to'hich hV. .*

    I S tsO by 23 feet, (receiving cotton and goods. many other in use) for the cure of Dyspepsia nails, a large .sortmcnt of metal bells, from 1 1C inches naiie Altejicinae Stomachicac ct has riv1 eprovcel :

    I ., 'FIlt1'LIY1'ARTY.. : in all their complicated forms they give strengthto ; the llcst sizt> Goshen cheese ; tcsli far nfHcintt Hepatic* ; "hich.haa* .
    . dovv n to sm ; more than
    /'St. MarKs, UcrrmluT2hJ? :.rU HMf = 1.SJEI the debilitated organs and of sickness eligcslion of ,the repair stomach the appetite ha-- prunes and figs ; ague Hud fe\tr drops, warranted du-Covere.. lit, CH.IItI'S: ( any ehs-rf-yji remedy,)" }rtJaia heretofore ,

    S S removes nausea Port wine 7 old as neat as vvht.n imported -niind t'or
    Yonge cure ; yeais \,0 body, which arc
    the geiurally
    Henry of heart
    bitual costivcness, hcad-ach, palpitation seal skin trunks 3U bbls. compre,1eMe1IIt'
    and lot of f handsome ; derihcsw.c ,
    a !
    .. ;: icr.r.s DiPEP5u
    r Counsellor at Law and other nervous affections. They contain no York andFI.AXTSIt LIT ,.0 r
    _, Attorney $ ; many .mach are a sweet superfine flour! ; 3; do. line tlavfcdc\ is l.k.u ic tiH ai.nost certain
    the they
    do sicken ,
    ? UJ1NCY, MIDDLE FLORIDA. Mercury, nor cathartic they there is no restriction in dietor beef; porter; starch: and sundry other articles, vvhidi lcticirii'iet of the Spttrx. cure I w tt' (
    1' mild and safe :
    ; 23tf.AijAliCaK while them. together with his former slock, constitute a very handsome Anlol: the| syiiPto, ot r D .
    cold using
    drink or exposure to JAMES C. ECCi.ES Lirer-tfl. J
    r j' WlU each box of Pills, assoriment. [3SJ] plam.s, Hatul"il"j sourness .
    WUl\1I.U-GS i.1t: 4l1 Q'f Bill of directions vill accompany : : liun.fov i : l
    their eflccts. SL PPLOF.NEW G 0005.-KJIU mad.., melancholy, I irrilabilily! l disagrcenbU- .i7 Io!
    and complete ussort- which will fully explain FRESH ta ;ill the
    of tnese Pills for / : have lately received from New mouth ; great irregularity of
    From the well known reputation appetite. whi.-i; u is
    h Drugs and Medicines,just rec.ciI the (J. BOYD, Philadelphia) pdt"| ,IllS, Baltimore and New York, ncvr- flour, I K" n- tines voracious snU it other tinus, SOIIIe- ;.
    5 proprietor pnatly Ittl
    ;: \'Cdtt'Olfl New York and Baltimore sale, wholesale NSURANC again t loss or damage by FIRE can deems many years it unnecessary, to give any further detail of lucky anel Scotch bagging and bale rope, together thirst, fetid breath, nausea, weakness of ih-. c t1l\;
    Practitionerssurplicil Sloma
    and retail. Country Merchants and be effected on the most favorable terms, on appliactionto them. A fresh upply has been received, and for sale with a large supply of: blankets, Kerseys & satfinets, and I erucuuions, palpitation, drowsiness*, Irrcgular .

    S on the most accommodating SEIXAS the Subscriber, agent of the Protection insu- by appointment by K. B. PERKINS. for plantation use. They daily expect ptr brig Uosc If this bowels! pn-ssarc oa the stomach after ly t

    : ? EDVV. F'orida.' rance company, Hartford Connecticut. In every ajt-} Tallahassee Nov 23d 15tf and schooner Lady Washington, a largi and vv' 11 selected pain in the head, dizziness or vertigo r fj15j-0 meaj f

    I M"\y 29 41lf Druggist,Magnolia plication the fair Cash value of the property must be fall stock of dry goods, groceries, hard wan, mind, attendee with the loss of <

    I RECEIVING AND FUR WAR- stated, and satisfactory evidence, furnished of the correctness 2-A FOR: RENT.-The tenement office hereto- china and crockery ware together with a further large Itt tile atoniacli, when empty, chilliness memory,, a jn.awm J

    ,. COMMISSION At .'llalctc1licola.-The undersigned of the representation, and the good moral I I occupied as the Registers at supply 1 of .b'r' which they can afford sight and hearing. pain and weakness in afftCllon.o
    . have formed a co-partnership under the firm of character, of the applicant The solvency of the OlJice : I: the corner Clinton and Duval streets.A to sell on moderate terms for cash or produce, at 1,7wurldi lurtJL. sh-cp- fc-t anl! hand Wf JJ

    Falcinar V Kimurough lor the purpose of transacting and its fairness and punctuality may be confidently re- neat dwelling house suitable for a small any of their St. .\iarl-, '1'idlalias.e, [Iui.. uneaMiiMs m tue throat, caugli, pin in the, .

    S a commission and receiving and far- lied! on. E. B. PERKINS. t family, a kitchen, stable, &c. are upon the premises. cansvilleror Bainbndge, Georgia.rfley intend I j-.':. :. I. ,. sidci, I

    I warding business. Being prepared to make the usua Tallahassee. F.:. 22. 1831. 27tfPLANTERS' For terms apply to Geo. T. Ward, Esqr., or to ing their new stores at Tallahassee, 3t 'lat Baii.britlge; The above maladics lead! to

    ; advances on consignment Jo their friends in New Orleans Nov. 9th. ((13if.) A.MURAT. bv the 1st November at cither of \\ hich place.-I plan. I "lilai'll; !11\cr, :intl hc.inf rminnti-t-orgaJif'rrtions of the ,
    Providence : Dmosv. York Baltimore, Philadelphia, HOTEL. will 'i, !
    i New trs generally and their tormer friends find le> .\ :>"pte.\yic..Mr.r,1i ,
    ;!: t t' :
    : .
    f anSI Boston, and disposed to devote their time< their interest to call and judge for ihctmclvo.K. ce.imatchab.its. j
    : le.uto inform his .t :e, se.v, 'titl I tern: cr-initnt' oi'
    business OIL VV. RbuVi-IS oe s patient.
    exclusively to the interest of ih'ise confiding ; and S. will t coiiun advance I',.., !
    I the J friends that he has taken a lease of, and after the l-uy or t tu planters | icdiy J. P.PLTERiU! 'I Irleuet H t'
    f to their charge, having made necessary arrange- nextwill establishment siwrllknown disposed to ship to any part in the L nit eel btaus en- I..", !I." ::1,1 5 '.o; (1 JiH'ldor. e
    forward-cotton to New York or elsewhere 1st of. ept. occupy thl.t .
    menU to or they will receive and forward cotton Teatimo .
    Tallahassee Liverpool ia3.-Numerous
    \ in the of crliiuMtes
    the Planter's city
    vessels of light draft of water attIu' as Jute might rd
    with! expedition by .-This is the mast take :'oills, lading, invoiex, and o.'iicr msurantv, fr H tl\.I"': tl f r.'litive I t', the! exr.oi'u.t.s -
    of a. liberal share of public lately kept by Capt. ; } n HS p' rtrrf,
    lowe-st rates :
    Ri ; small commission and their niei.eland!
    simi. they asuiro byiMn2l.e ,' .
    > !
    house to iurim.: hf f
    ". solicited. and commodious appropriated ; ? .lmviMilhci : art. L14'U'ht,
    ? patronage is respectfully .', U. F ALCO"V.IR.t. spacious in all Florida, and after the completion of the public that Irtights can be obtained llu-i-u: I b :.t"11 1. ill lo s Tiit" } the m:>u'i: eif th-; UK.From .-*-" kr"lIr\t.: :"

    I Jr.". H.-K1MHRUUCH the improvements, embracing all the premiss nuw in on moderate terms. St. Marks October 6ih--I IIt i Dr. Jwi. Eict'.l, .].IH o_,' te Metiicel C 0 "pan. "of.i

    'i''; 5- -ItWfilttiJVCESShorter : --' progress, will be inferior to none, in attractions to the DRUti, STORL, 111.1JJ.lo1\\&l.-Thc sub I.:., o F.UH .y P.'itj.tUttir._
    : J. W. R. that ofpartiality NEW
    ; ( 1/oU'llrdJlldge Colqnitts. ,, siran crfc lranler. grateful :h:1'C has just received by ship Aineiua, lion :\V-Ua.LAX Dor.
    It I Tarvcr fy Co., .en. hitherto SO.Ii 1 1&33"
    ]},- llv.rt.Y.y Urquhart, P. D. Woodruff Culumlms.Jut. : \Ilch public the have gtncrjusly that with enlued % ADii, an .MI \\ ':>aic and Retail rs .\\ York a comt-cic! assorimcni ot' fresli and geiiii- To \chor.i; it may CCMLlm.This is to ...rtiiy, ilat I ,

    #II. S ii>rtr Esq.-A'ew York. Gen. R. K. Ca'i: awarded him, indulges the hope comfort, his : md .Lyu_ in Frederick county. ,Id. by C llerslon, jut Drugs anel Medicine, also paints, t.ib, ;:..tlid have whne.SM'd I., of Dr. Pt.tu's1e.ici14
    S .it ; | D. L. irAtr.Jad& mealS of contributing to guests with 1/r. Judkms.Tliy d stuffs medicine ii. : .;u/ti tt Htpatiece
    J/o- I \IJ'.itcFloridDr. unabated! desire universal satisfaction Iiuhe concerned in the Paten > c patent perfumery, ur; ; IllS in a number of very ohst: tle
    J : 31. IbM. IfY'lJlt an to give above Ointment on red to the public as a StrUl' cnts etc. etc. coii.pribing i.'Y"l"-'i tr: anu Liv. r-atrectious oi' 1eiu
    " S de.i *. .un;> g. ill continue to receive the C which IMSS I is syrup| sar.-apaiiiki" ;_ standin,..LkeI'leea; .
    z ALE.-One leather top Borouche and liar- b. PXt-noYd to IlIfli.patronage Ill' .alo and certain remedy (for -hone obstinate elise ases, ext. Belladona, ex t. cieuta, (:x tr lct q till Hil', l' !ISsint.. \ I IS f; lit n ret. eaceso: thc I i.lreucuo? of the : ;

    'j flj ness, complete for one or two horses. As the gentleman : hrr"ol r eii some of which have so long bullied the skill of medica iron, sal inartis,dig laliss,coi'rt'sivc i dJIJlllillC, lurpte h and its t1L"lS vore truly nstorir-hirg. t have no he-

    for whom it was ordered, dee lines taking U ; BROWN'S HOTEL. cience. mineral, isinglass, iodine, gum kino, Henry: rllailSia itiou in de-ciariiir It the} IUIJot vntrnbL\ preparation gg.s. *"

    it will U- sold for cost and charges. J'Ity toMagnolia. ) White Swellingsof every elcscription.iid muiia, sulphate morphium i wikol) :\ creuou, ['.II.I hti. for iii't-r. distressing! aliments! that h.i-. ever COllIe ,it&. J

    I 11 tf J ; >I. .L>ii i I LA I DD.If. I i O'N :lie V. est side of th. Cnmtol Squnv, between Sore Li>g 01 nnd Ulcers IIf long standing. blue moss, [lIlV. aitein r< .tih.licL..n'! ,sLnL; :, .-iri-, in my tii-jw.:eL-t.! JAAIKs EWELL, M.D.

    /.II.TZL.U.lI1IiTEC0U.L1. I t. Augustine :and Pcnsacola Streets which, T.I.lmcel 3d tichiirusor Glandular Tumours particularly; ergot, forerugruk seed, ce-ha] 10 suull, ustupiasters Lvir. n, CJmuliI, (:'. .'1;ril .th .; 3.
    . LoIn1I.l Florida. This establishment (to lho 1.O2S :.\i .qTTouVIIs.1T scriber has removed) is nowopc for the purpose of Dr. Ptltl'a'SIr: t wish! you to sere* ne: tlircc storeuf
    t limes terminate in ulcerated euncei.s. Stl ychni lie, morpliauu, breast pi ni .tie shit-ids! ,
    [I'c .
    with a'H'W to the ( Is of
    vim .M'l.i'.'! -mselves 1 practics' \" your IMI dieiiK' I have taken the one
    a" entertainment.Sept.
    ; _
    .vil: tm'ini t the court uf Appeals and) other courts public 7lh 1S3.J. 4tf) THOMAS 4th Felons, or what some people know by the name Clip ing inslrunitiils, nmpletej! vviih jnmps, sU'ii.arii ;,'...i: me: by Mr.I Ard, ;aRt! it has lu-lpeel me very-: 'ich.i you. |
    nro\v of with metallic '
    of Catarrhs comph-ie tier
    description. ( tl' neat
    pumps ; ,
    the co'mliis every pumps i ihuk '
    ill Tvlluhsr, and oilier courts m adjoining I);;' more parcel will cure me, but a: you[. .\k
    f th Rheumatic Pains of thejoints. battery, gLiss I tunnels, glass I"pcd'ials, lamp glass
    and ,
    ; ii Qtuncy, Marianna, Ap.ikiclncola By of Ic.\\i.'; se-on, I have concluded to get ami"keep two
    FRESH DI4LTG. (Hh Sprains and Bruises of every description or in male and icin&it urinals! crow II laccels, luniheys, v
    5 .l\hull'cllo. parcels y ; Uu 'CS confided .o their careill be promptly at- 'VI:.,, \ (. VICKERS .\- whatever pait sitmte. hawk bills, surgcohs jecdles, passarus, lru>sc.-, golu diy be taken elovvn again, and should iot be able It
    : 7th Tetters all kinds. In thiscomplaint, the patIent leaf camine, Camel's! hair encils water colour!
    : ,
    be found 1 ': l and ) paints, ,biaillit.
    ti n.U-8 ... Tiie one JI.tLc other may always ing purchase! that largo \\VrAYJS'E. EILAiNDS
    of drLiScently it: applying the Ointment must keep the part carmine saucer-, self syienges, some ot"ihc very vauable !-
    -. N B. The
    Ul :: tt e&V< assortmen above
    i case v as one of sovere
    out of water prtparali-msof Mr. titORGEV.. C.\ui't.xrLii, Dy&peptie :'
    7tf"fe&'AitUUUUSUAM N. Y.
    : _Scl_ t. 2B, 1833._ UlJ li by Dr. John purchased\l'Lctnorcin.nt at 8th Chilblains, or parts affected by frost.It Philadelphia! (\IZ.) .'xt. :Irsa pari!!.., ((01 pu .f mgiiiLbleed and Liver a h.ttl'Ibut was entirely removed by.the

    t COMMISSION their friends the is also one of the best lomedies fur Barns and amid! invigi rutuig the system generally. I luc ol two parce.s of Meelicirie. J. P. PETERS.
    & public -
    i ;. V V NES, .\APALACllICOLA, ELOIUDA L -" ,generally, that they will Scalds Itc'isesthe pain and dra\\s the fire out in a Ext. Betcliee te.r cou.plainls of the bladder, r.rttha: I Laure County Ga., wN'e.r. 4th 1333. t

    : The suiiscribers, having associated thc'insc'vtstogcti. accommodate on tin- I short time etc. ('OflIJ'tl[ syr. lI-ci\.ort, an invaluable re.t e.ty! for To ali icheix tt m.y concern :--The unu'e-- -d wa3sevcieiy
    hAil DEN gr.
    cr mid** the stile and General film of WiRE FOnD *HOUSE c a adCOMMISsWlf most liberal and reasonable terms, with persons every ar For Inflamed Women's Breasts and Glandular, coughs, consumption, etc. vilrated kuli for mukig! live I imcled w.... VJ.1ptpticllt Liter .ttilcioa

    'I pi'-p ise truis.irtmg a Having usually kept in their line of business; and hope ice Swellings, it is superior to any nredicine yet known to neutral mixture, Hanovvgate salts, hQ acicbrall'IIII1C-: I I i" ir..iitcui ", utui t'Otl '..d. 'lie iidvicc eir' Pr.ysjci-

    business at with dpalachicola.e\erul vessels fur strict attention &assiduity to busincsswill, cntitlcthem th medical faculty It is much safer( than mercurial dicmes: of Mr.l i hunipson ividder, B-,ton ; viz. I Kt l lj>sbolanical 'Ih .." its.- cretE ciuiii. il ih'-ir profi-ssin:;, w t ,.)ut

    invili stiitaUJe arrangements either to New to a liberal share of public Theil'slore i is of any prepuition of that material) because itdooai drops, said lo be a most certain alotl etLrt'mntdy C'.::..i t I[t In ui:_' i.. III tiled. I tiualiy tried J,.. Peters Sls'Lci
    of Cotton Kc. patronage.
    tII(. direct tiausporlalion not lay the patient liable to injury from expose to Soc evi disorder from j I Slom.tth.iit ei
    New ; and $having facilities at all situated in Jefferson street, in the house recently occupied ry an;nii: an impure ilepaticce ; and, after making: uu ii two
    York or ; mnku reasunablf advances by Edward W. Dorsr.y and Co. 9tf cold state of the blooel, and huniuurs, athnatic pills f fur female'. ::, tumid myMlt restored to perfect h'-ulJ ; my
    to :
    S limits wulnn th.-ir P'-\ Ci toiheircareandmanagemeiii N. B. Doctor Lewis will attend to our Drug' Store This Ointment has cured sores of many years stand com t hunts, obstructions, hype
    upoii would puiduceconsignrd respectfully tender their services and so-; lurinz our absence. WINN 4- VICKKR: ing. Where it is impossible or imprudent to heal the llllli'Jllill vegetable! specific for dyspepsia' anti indi bit.neel its former h"\I hful ,I l'l[ .,1r.lH':e, anti,illcratlibleI !

    thy liberal in the :il>ovo line of !biibinobs, Vnllahasse, October 29th I IItf I external sore, in consequence of the bone becoming ;(' llOlI), rltenna ticlill..tmclI t, llunierssyhi.iiieini.'diiMiudiey's .I, ""It ivr; appear, I g.tinc-.i neai* i\ eniy puaiiJ ad>::-
    Ji.:jt a pairpnupc can us or rotten it will stop the progress of the caries.incru3e : eiiiiinienl, pile reinedyeye water, British i ton.l \veiylii ill the short space of term weeks. It is
    pieJ.zog: thur personal and imlitidual attention to allLu tOODS.-JOSEPII LiDD Has just re- the of the discharge, remove the olItmshe \-
    FALL quantity an.iM.t'l'lit'dclttritice, albion corn plaster! can.bria. I near livi- months since t-.iking the inieiiine, and I1la\'e
    per. l miell, ease pain. tooth ache {'ills.Vith other articles too nume runto felt ii-) relnin ot ihe disiabc, nor lIa\e 1 the least rea&or -

    SO.Tiicir 1.:now itpening a part of / il Fil supply i\f\ Goods,which ]It cures the worst felons or Whitlow> on an application iiieuit'iii, the above for sale low fur cash,or an ..irov! ; i>i; j-cct thai I .h Hl. I '.\o ltd earnestly rejom-
    Ware Houses and Close Stores are undergoing with the stock renders his assortment
    together on ( ol 46 hours.Rheumatisms ed credit. E. C. LEDGrARD DRtGoo ment11
    afflicitd trial of
    r. persoiis, bimikirly to nwke
    S a thorough rejuir, will lie large and connuoilious, nearly complete : among. : wick will \be Ibur.d I IOOU) pr! which have stood so long as to become AtariamsaVlober 2Cih i lit"FLORIDA the same remedy. Br..Y.L' i N.L .

    Sit hh"d: ill a tlesralile; part of the ton, and as cx- !hnessorl,
    ciiii:>t from the .!augers of fire as any other house, of u I 121: I 10 boxes supciior) lemon syrup : IU boxes soap : to remove them entiieU. Hut III most common L.L\ D FOR X.1LE. h iU ve medicine: are put up in parcels! wih rut

    similar character, on the Point. kegs Du Ponts hi si powder: iiO hags l shuts *0 hIs' cnes by applying this Ointment externally an directed direction f>r ijimg. From one to thrie pare r h will

    \V. l. P. FORD, (laic of Au-usu, Ga.) prime: pork : 30) bis No 3 mackerel : 10 half hits No 2 it will give relief And e\ c'n in old people \vlus fHl b undersigned having purchased eit General be iicd-ij.i/y, t.. l lt lpctC.\! cure Th.- pric' !S $j, a
    i Li.\ltDl N \ JL ... Fayelle thelovvn<>hiiiut'l.iiid in Fioiieia.LT.tnUil ..IP.-.. Fr s -1 Lbv C. ii. PCKKI3 S TalUss..
    iilHVi& J. p.dachicola.) S REF;UE.-\-CES.-Sttioat ". Fontaine, Smith 4.V warranted pure as imported : adesir.iblcaiticluatlhis 1 pain! 1.1 him by the Congress of the Untied Males, i-ller M.L'.me-it ii-r; Flo.Ida. i.12iiii

    1rg"s.i, J. S. Collioun, .\. \\y. Perry, fy Cu. T. 4- .J.El sickly season : bagging from 19 to US ccntKpr yard : pain.To sea captains and masters of ves.-els this ointment tIt *> lor ac. 1'Lt'T i / OF O. .I'A1t1'NLlt5If1l'-1le

    :..S .y cV, ir..ifiir/; O'rcenicocf4- Co.,-Columbus.IxTit bale rope and twine : tobacco, nun, brandy, gin i uiuat be very v.dualile in winter on our coa.-t it being I 1 his lauel! situated in the 'unm> di.Uc m n.uueui-- : lJ1 cI.arlllu'shp! heret.lre \ioti'l: nnuc* the tirrnot

    4* kntttunJ: Jas. Hamilton 4- Son John R. wjiibkey, &.O. &c. English and diy gui eik| very certain in its cuettson Chilblains or paitsalluded I hood e It t 'J'alahi.Lssce!! and is be ieveeJ, lor t.,t\itty ,'i i .oe-k'Tmun! and Craig ,\,eiisaolvi. ii by mutualcon-
    SOil ami local
    be 1.H'e'aluak..
    PiZL." -Meu-York. hard-ware, crockery, and glass ware, drugs,, with frost illikexviau preserves its qujlilies iu all di- advantages, lei lla.i St u;, or. t tinr! >t iust.t.1l "('rs;!; indebted u.thelate I

    J. J J'. J.-cgurij, Bogart fy; U.ncth.n.Orleans.. p.lilltS.: &c. &C.C.. mil s any either land in the ten icJI'Y. lirm :nv icqthtCe Ie'lll and iLL:;, their 3cc.ualluh
    Jbl .}.'.:1 4- l.arell, T. W.Mc Coy.-Mobile.Aim. and friencs him The Southwestern/ part of the townshipaelj usi.e!
    Country customers by !cI1in; A: large mnss of testimony proving the value of this cither ot the subicrtLci's.KD.
    17, -'",3. lif their be with article tlumaikcl 9. city of Ti'ilahussee, fr-un which point lt> tin- .I.ii; p.rpeirt' : ,
    I __ . order may now !tppI1 any most excellent medicine \\ ill be shewn to those \vlioM \\ .\R D LOCK! .MAN,
    .t t St. 31.nks
    'L' i distance about .
    a !
    Cd.P TRACT OF LAiNU KOUbALU.FH afTuids, on the mo terms.He \ h lui!!!t..i i information on application to Ii II ers- .aiI1'Oadl : iwenly inn a, .j-22tf! \ILLl \:'. 1'. C! _UG.
    has for the I' a in contemplation to be nuieie, iu a >!L.T.lime. !
    ] I HC sabscriuer; oilers to sell a :r.iet of land, situ- large cPJ\enic.twlc-IIHse lon. or to any ui t his authorized agents. .

    JH.aicd iu Jeilcrson eounly, ituiRediatcly! :n then Borage; of cotton and country produce. He hojics to The above meeiicinn sold by special appointment of The navigation oi the St. Marks rivet has been Th*n1's'rih'r will continue lo do business on liberal 1
    merit share of : rr-
    S -. .. urhooJ of' Murray's, containing about a public patronage.THE : the patentee and vvairauteei genuine.L nnl solicits continuance or fit, the
    t uai C.lrt.| cently l in.proved, to a point wnhiu i SIX miles e'I f (let :renii ; : ens:Ci-} in
    f 400 aercs >
    t eligible locution for the planter, tli're; are none s.pi-ri- schiioner Daniel Welstcr will Tallahassee_ February n ,_ 5Mth_ __ _183__ "! __ 7lL_ for a cheap and town.illh.Ilich certain traHsporiatiou; ul Jan 11. 1S34 -2tq] ED\\ ARD LOCKL.:: ".i; ANt. .
    and as an invaluable rocouinit-nda- as usual, between this place ami TlTL
    or iu no country, TO ASTHMATIC AM CONStJ'hl"l'i'E. .
    New York the coming wiut He pioeiuee.Tiiis ;", llL :Lie sold on the li'-st in ebrUary
    f ( hop Monday
    of failing water r. s
    II ti..i., Il bus a beautiful stream never 11 i E} most prevalent and fatal of all DiseaM-s incidinl land will be sold in parcels to :uil those v'i;
    i.iii tiniueduiely thrcugh I it t, wuh every other 1:- 'lis superior facilities for the transporta- 1' next, public outcry, in thete.wnof Ochcescene
    ru : civilized the (
    : to society- oll.umptioiJmaygenerally..e lug to utvhasc. on a credit from five to eight .
    | Yt' im'c slaves J and riafo
    S -
    cili.y ii-'ees-jury to the / liiitcr: any lurlher information ''i >ti of niton &c. to New Ymk and other places, will traced to the least Alarming ot di&ordeis, reasonable prices-tho&e wishing to will ro viz : ydiu, B.-lsy, ,

    t .UJ.f be hud by linking tuquiry at this office. be taken into consideration by those who are wishingto a slight but neglectfod cold. By estimation It appears make application to either of the uniU rbigncd i nn riy rile property of James Mills, but assigned tyadd
    m< ri. K. \VLNN. ol'trust to 'I 1 homos Balrzcll and Sampson Pope,
    f' I -!'lI U.t'
    ! I' .i preicurc a Factor in this place. Hew also he that one hundred ami fifty thousand persons die annually WILLIAM B. r\U I ALL
    debt duo Richard of Charles-
    "T-: 1 't otAL...--. ',.l&.61t HUUaE. .'.'/. Lor. ill to purchase cotton to considerable nmount, I of the consumption. Most of these dreadful results HECTOR \\ liRAULN, tu j-ay u to Carnacban, ,.
    prC.lJ1 i.uiouth Cun.i'iiia. 21ft Dec. 1833.IHO'IASBAL4ZE' .
    1. C ';ul iiiitc, Decrtiii C ,lUoty, (.WCf,., any j>ei>cn ) :.rket prices. His charge for Morajre is 2.> may be atlributed to common cold, aunt! a negligent W ILLIA\. P. CUAlu.

    ".s5 '! ; .. :lttifl; in Uuinbrid will elo well to avail cents* per bale of cotton for thcfcasun. No chars i: if treatment of the harassing cough that gnnerully ensues Tallahassee, November s:>ei i- SJ.: latfW SAMl'JrOiN P L,1" jTiustees
    : ? IP: .
    [ r'll]
    tin,i., ,,'. t'Z f I ibis OpVI(tinily ; a gieat bargain w.l he be-crnvs th(- purrhascr.K..t. -which i is usually l followJ 1 by dilHeult breathing pain L arc authorized un..ouncc \ALFKED -

    LcF. i \ >I' and paymenis to suit purchasers.turthci | ->9. I IS'.n.: __ 7tf in the side. anel at last Ulcerated LUll;!. Violent and I FI--I1ER, as ii candidate for the :!ltriff.dlJ, \ g-1 ROC'ii.: 'it- -suosc.iorr nas. just returned

    particulars apjily to tile subscriber on repealed Asthmatic attacks also bring on Consumptive i.t election in February nexl. I IU from "V. U. w ,h th lowrn.ar1ides! in hislinetjO

    SI the ;. "MUM'S .S. SUAILBOJtOUGLI.I FRESH, DRUGJ'l symptoms. One or two dollars expended in the purchase : Carrels of Flour: 20 bbls whiskey : 10 bdfres

    <' .1 nd e, January 4th 1331._ 214w .f'Q of W ii are authorized to announce D.Ht'IEL McRJEJfY. New Orleans Rum : 5 bbls Jamaica rum k-gsbut--

    ,'. EU..UEll4.c.Hoctor w. taW 9 > RELFE'S ASTHMATIC PILLS as a candidate for the rieikship of in- : 'JOdo.lanl : 10 boxes codfish: 20 candles; :
    MiiJ I JPr.L respectfully! .innounces himself tu a full sii|>ply of fix< oru;. s, >pices, u. J .. c 'iiu y at the election in February nexi lit 1 if 20 bbls. mackarel : 20 do. potatoes10 sperm do. Orleans
    little -mention their administration will
    L te etc an.i a to timely
    ihetinens of Tallahassee its vicinity a practitioiiri \ I': aie authorized to annoui'ce! t'ole'ncl J A ':" Inl..sses.
    : of the mcdcal! Also, sugar boiler's TJermom.'tcrs, graduated t03111 usually ensure mitigation of these disorders, and generally V GAD IJEJS, a candidate '. th[ tc.Illtlryof .iL O. Pine \ Cheese
    HI all u$ prol'-ssi'in. degrees, on brass ; "Litmus Tumcr- effect cure. The Pills arc also an easy nile effectual repiesent : pplc Pep. er, Chocolate,
    H- has taken the oflice formcrjlly oenijiicd l by ')r. and and Flol'idailllllf t''h'ongre>s:; i-f the 'ntteel f>u in Caddies, Raisids, Almonds, Cognac Brandy
    ic, etc. : Maynard Nnyc'.c Ink remedy lor the s mptoins proceeding accompanying '
    S Lr. Cnn 2l6w e'lcbmtetlnl.aIJ ) States. Jtii"i7Mi 1 *:?. .V> Ilnllanei tim in .
    Ail'i.full more reecnily Powder ; Lowe and Reeds genuine tooth the Asthma, und Consumption. For Coldse Tongues bounds Tobacco, Loaf &

    WHbh, the best article known for diseased teeth and! Coughs, difficulty of Bieathing tightness and striclur, \1 E authorized to ..IiIlOun.laj.. \\ ILLIAM( New Orleans sugar, Se ap} Sperm Oil, Shot, Powder. ,

    rums ; Billiards Oil of Soap for cleansing: \Vimlen aeioss the chest, Wheezing pain in he ide, Spilling WYA'l'T, a car.didalc! to represent tile ten i- nails, cinnamon, nutmegs, cranberries, and pipes.

    tk: clothssalts; ol Lemon, for removing ink and stains i i.i of blood, &e. Few cases can ccur of any of this tory of Florida, in the 21th Cmigiess of the L lilted All of which.he will dispose of at very low priccS.

    cloth ; Lucifer and Phosphorus matches; ()sboriie' Iass of (disorders which the purdui!erof Dr. Relfe's St\tes. July_27lh.__.h lb.__3._50tf_ R. H. BEfl Y.

    celebrated water colours etc; brautifuiglass ink slal'd.anc Pills will not find a rich return fur their trifling expenditure to announce WILLL9M B. January: llth 1834 22tf.

    ". ) P'-uncc boxes ; fancy and medicatcel 1.7' I"* WKarcaiiihorised a candi-Iatf to represent the SALE OR fi EN ['.-A tract oflan dt'bur miles

    f \ I patent barley, powdered( sago, etc. cic. All of which I'rielwholc boxes, 30 Pills, 1 dollar, half boxes teintory of Florida, in the -2-liJ. "ong J"'s' ..f tilt, Tniu FOR of T A LAUASSCF., containing 640( acres, sc-

    will l be sold chap for cash or approved credit. \\2 Pills Iil i eents.J : d *'ates._ isj: 5tf 1 venty of .hich cleared, wiihgo-jel Luil lin s. 'Apply

    AI.F.S.-The siiljrrl'cr! having loca- E.: B. 1E1tKrs.fl'Cftfllt the Ladies at this office, or to FRANCIS GERRAuDIN
    AITTION :.?To !1441 lOirE arc author zed to BflflOUfleeJjIJ5BRYAN ,
    hunsef in Tallahassee, ptobcs| to do a general 'Pa1ahI"\C.! 1 4th jR |I' jf Tallah.tssce, Janu ry 11th 1S34 22tfHT
    ; <*>, > businchs, regular sale
    and 81:MI day.l () WA ND'S hlcl'I.-ing. The best -iecuiity for their advantage is to b9 ally of Leon County, at the election iu icbruary 'MJ SALE -The following lains belonging tit

    He wil! .ilso attend to administrator and other sales found in the Use of the IIcxt.WE JT the! estate of Samuel R. Overton, are offered for

    ; S in the cnamy. ROBERT J. ACKLEY. T O NIC M1XTUItI:. l ttHITISH.'LYi'lSM'TlC DKJfTlFRWE.'I sjleid as they are supposed to be well known, a :

    23cl :3., :33tf FULL supply[ e.f this valu.thlc medicine is just ins elegant I ooth Powele-r. with a \e-ry little use are aullio: ized to announce KKANK- more minute description is deemed unnecessary ; they
    brch. t ; A received. I shall hereaficr, have eiedieates the III the and the were all selected! with! judgment and care are'avour
    : :ir u/ts ofritin lie \' R. J. \ i ACKLEY. 1 ham i !I.IT I. : of Tarter, which nol only blacken hut ably located, considered first rate quality, .and well
    the of Leon
    ishfiiffalty the election
    )'. 'NICMJXTIJUiVarrantcd .:. IS WARRANTED TO BF A !AF;; AND EFFECTUAL loosens the teeth. and accelerates their decay. TheDentuiiee County, at adapted to the culture of sugar cane.

    S R"A\ Mtiel RF.MKDT FOR ANI AGUE, I. TAKEN Ae.'RF.EADI.ETO ; I thus removes the prevailing causes of offensive in_ HVlmiary next. In the county of Leon, near Tallahassee : F
    a perlVet
    y.i; for the Fever anel As eic. For nl TiE DIKECTIONS. Reports havin-j ben: eirrulateil luealh. preserves the healthiness and floridness ol LLI.W. t HART i is a cand,elate for the 160 acres "of land, adjoining" VVhilaker and Lee. I

    : .jole-sale und retail. by"FLETCHKR i din this mixture contains arsenic, I am directed by the gums and renders the teeth beautifully white. V 'V ( tl d\ hip of Leon Bounty.WAJN'iEDTO. .. ,2tf IfO La Fayette's township
    V. the Piopriete(r to say th:these reports Price 5U cents. 400 Win and Bryan, !

    : ESTGOTT/t'/ggist, Jppallet1f" -and I \also allwriscll to ole a Rticard 'of 10, ITJJiS'one: are genuine unless signed on the outside PURCHASE. 100 Adams and Haan, |
    .j _,
    I hereby appoint' Mes Fletcher and 000 I n.lar to any one who prove the existence, punted wrapper, by ihesole proprietor, T. KIDDKR, Wi' A. iUAi'l'ITYP.rime, .\>w Cot- 80 "Vickers,

    ...- stcotl for the,sale 'Row- .)f Itt u p-.rtic.le of Arsenic, Mercury, Antimony, iiuuia.diatesuccessorto the late Dr. W. '1'. CONVVAY.For .- .Ion ; for which cash, avl a fair 80 School section,! (

    Z:5; :: .V,'* Tonic my]\fixture"agents in the ,Tcrriu-rx or any other pothinous ingredie-nt in it. sale at his Counting Room, over No 99, Court price will be paid, if delivered soon 160 Lucas and Pen,

    , .., -7- r'i iiila Eastern of Alabama, tv Iu order to; vent imposition fimn counterfeits, nopirsons Street near Concert Hall Boston, and also by his nporial I y JOSEPH: LEI), Magnolia, Oct. 26th 1 Itff 8J "' Vickers & Dr. .,litcheU
    except authoriscd agents will be furnished by appointment, by E. B. PERKINS, (NoSiJ In Gaelsden county, near QUincy :
    ,, : (?oi(igia ; who arc .ble to furnklthe 'iie Proprietew) with the mixture to sell again, Isole am Druggist. B1HE undersigned has come to Floridafor the j-; : 160 acres of land, nearly adjoining the town.

    S ', H nitit: to 1.1 who may apply teuh"m on i agent for Middle! Florida, tInt! am assured by MI'owand Tallahassee February 24th 181. 27lf JL pose of settling up the accounts ..f Mr. Jatrtcs In Jackson county, on Chipola :

    as .,aU.e terms as they can obtain from the propricfor that (except a smo1 lot sold to Mr Eccls), I. Garnett all those indebted to Mr. Garnett will 160 acres of lam', adjoining Clark and Campbell,

    Lnnv-If Siened, not a sinzle bottle has { will Ixi&cnt, or sold by Storage, and Commission, &c. make payment lo me, or in my absence Mr. II. V,% 160 Carter & Williamson.

    "JNO. U. ROW ASO. ill, to any person>in :j jiJdle Florida, except to me:: >.H1HE undcrsiirned has large and convenient Warehouses Braden before the 10th day of February l next as all Proposals for the whole, or part, as may suit the applicant !

    j'i$1)a1clplii.!$ t): t 24'i! IS3 aitfi /' jriniic has bee aiscorered in any mirtuf colled _B. and Cotton sheds, and is prepared to receive notes and! accounts not paid by that time will be put will be received by the subscriber this place.

    S -i'i' j SALK.-An exccjici't match of viii ,t' .:'j :.tcuna't, it wwt hare been in tonic of the 'PUrOiud.. GOODS, COTTON, or other produce on Storugc i.i suit. [2-2tf] JOHN MOORE. ROBERT MITCHELL; .1

    MMle '- Horses. I"C a od taiiyi'n. All who wish : &c. Attoney for the administratrix.r. -
    ., ,kt, aiu ; ; CtrriiI4" gi pr8nslhere1lrc gciiuint ;rPThe Savanna!\ Georgian, Charleston Me.rti;y, '
    Ca 'vyah. .UU liarness for tivo horses ; and two goodIbrs.stht Tonic :. (f whom they purchase Cotton Stored, sold or shipped, and all Commissioi 'lllglLJta Constitutionlist, Southern Recorder, Milleeigevith Pensaco'a.January lllh I 1834. 225w

    ride ,.cI, and are ?cnIe and iru. in harnM U: My label will be on every bottle bold 1.y i'!t: BI1 ;o.iness strictly attended to. He solicits a share o: -, Georgia ; Riefiinoad Enquirer,and Star, Raleigh l :j: OCTORCOAiFORT, DENTIS1'i forms the LaI.Jdies -

    Apply t
    .e December *hJ 18J3. lUtf. Fov 23ej 1t Magnolia, October 16, 1632. 9tf wald their accounts to thbo1ice. that place in a few weeks. i7tf

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