The Floridian

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The Floridian
Uniform Title:
Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee [Fla.]
Wm. Wilson
Creation Date:
February 1, 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


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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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1R'S \ LLlS rjrTr
themsdns 4 the practk ne- ; -Tu
fCSSOfl1l services\0 the pu 1ic. Of- lea of the coaioasaiioB '
of r, ,i4 "
p 8Dj ( ambert't. *2tfJZiSO '
And oer"r L. Planter'3 Borel from Flot'lda I have flko1uiii4'"LAISSEZ and sequestrated by.:., Coart ctTta1.n,. :
my contrary _loihe law M
tM kw
\ D. Westcott Jr. r. to act u my of ,;
1. 1 ix suons. T ma is do&e;under -:f&a.j "
1eJdsttorncr.L.'V.BQRNET. _.
1833. I Ic Ow Chambers have.Bwdc .ppropri*&B fcr

TIC&-Six weeks alter dale 1 iUali apply to I IJ irons FAIRE." toe payment of the sum agreed upoa as tbe

arts of the county court, of the couni 7 oftltllCtlcrs 1 indemnity ; but certainly such A pretext oughc
or administration upon the estate 01r I ILtOn' D'r ViI vmL"uQ r not to be advanced
{ j -- y as a reason against .
WUlisson decc.scd. TfiOS. BROWN. -= titU4 & B, .tB1T I u;. V Q VQ srjci.i1 ; CODiea ornffif'u.I'd._ ..."_DI'.'.. TL.L L
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-- -
4TboDas 4th 1634. --- --- --- .. .. .. 19
001' EXTRACT FROM THE TREASURY REP : -- : -, "' c the energy of the President, however the
Gadsdcn Court. RT ,
u ll.rIn Of the estimates of the which pay duty, and consequently a greater the death of the French Government will
public Revenue consump
1 and the erpendituresjor tion. There party entitled and ignorance of soon understand the
"s J the year 1834. prehend any serious appears diminution, therefora,in to the be no reason toap. his representatives a* to hIs daim on the United nature of *ur diplomatic relation with them
importations of
jA481fljS According to the best judgement 1834 and it States. The-situation of In this matter General
tiC will be safe to estimate its theoutatia'dingcfzima Jackson
the receipts the expressly avowed
:ffiWefcndant and nil persons interested arc here department is able to form on the standard above mentioned. ?et material renders it still more necessary that the books and yesterday his determination

ffl notified that the above suit has been ir.stitutca subject, the receipts into the Treasury b yond that estimate cannotl1 thir.k any, be counted excess papers relating to the.public debt should be forthwith States shall that the United -
from all on. not submit that
by to the next term of said sources, during the The to which j is
returnable year produce of the lanfc transmitted to this
ment, public can hardly fall short department where the
by tta They, Are required to appear and plead to theartiOfl 1 1831, may be Viz estimated at 'IS, OOOOO, 00 of the sum at which it has been stated, and will per proper inquiries could be made as to the, cause of, wrong. It will be sustained by the Nation,

court. filed in said case. JOlIN J. AD/MS, I Custom!, : $15,000,000 haps In exceed it. the delay, and measures tajien ascertain who i is which desires nothing that is not right."
for Pl'ffj01i
Att'y. view of the
receipts of 1834 the income entitled
Noy.2d 123.n Public lands, .of to receive the mjfefeij-fts- amount is -

.ltOlitll'l':, 'f J :superior court for the couvs -- i Bank dividends, and miscellaneous 3,000,000 the and,year with will the about aid of equal the balance the estimated in expenditure ; justly due from the SJKJK,. to some one, and The brig Elizabeth, arrived at this port yes.
of Gadsdcn, in the Ter- the Treasury on
ty receipts of all may belong to persobs f'ignoraht torday brings the following-
5 of Florida I the first of January next it will be sufficient for all t( their ?
3oflN pnAGA defendant and nil ntory others interested arc hcrc- kinds 500,000 .I the wants of the Government including the amount rights justice seems to require that the Govern- I Extract of a letter from Bogota, dated .v. 25.

TUE notified that rait has been commencec l>y at- To which add necessary to pay off the residue of the national debt. ment should take measures to apprise them of their Our news from the Equator is that Flores
balance estimated 1 It must, however be observed that in claims, and of the readiness of the United
in the court, and the defendant is to be in the addition to the States wa declared dictator by his army about the
tachment ih. declaration in Treasury on the 1st appropriations, now asked for there will be to discharge them.
to filed an unexpended middle
nrpt'ar1 r'ead ; September which the
to January, IB34, after Congress
required deducting the balance of former ftpiUJpriaiiotto The destruction of the wasforced
I3ALTZI.LL 'VIllTE nfliou..itmg building
4 pl'iiantt's. occupied the
.id use. : unavailable funds to ratify- fix member of
7,933,790 the sum of $5,190,287 62J Inch Treasury thirty Cooe8S -
1or3d 153n1 ".."."".,,,..1 >n ,1, ..n_. ." j ._ wlUe Department has occasioned the- nf- ( ,"p.rn hnniilh..rI... Aft. rW'J", .., ,..:_
u>i vj, in uib wuutav ui -"*- VT, IO some valuable ... ... ..
.f VfWUUlg 1)o- But it in believed r- -- -- ---- -- -- .u.UUUII
District Flor. papers. that
O & 1tA'1' Middle Slaking together the of none'bave
HARi&LS sum 826,483,790 00 jects for which it has been r
app/pi jJnctm.11e commenced
rartners In Gadsden Super court The been destroyed that cin materiahiaffect near Guayquil, and Floret m:.r-
j1k1fltS lDd 3, expenditures for the year 184, entire amount of appropriation the. the
propMtd in estimates
including the reinburscmcnt public interest it wiil become to ched in that direction ; while absent from Quito
VS. of the for 1834, were also to I be rcqtiraJ within the necevary provide
JAMES MILLS. J attachment. I whole of the public debt, are estima. year, there would not be mane, tt1Qui1 ia the Treasury another building! and :loss already s-iaiird: an uglisb officer, (Col. Hall, who was in
"WrOTICE is hereby given of the institution of said ted at to meet them after in the documents nnd records of this office the United States
$23,501,993 85 satisfyn the b.lances above and wrote an account of'his
:l.i, suit by attachment made rcturrablc to the next Viz: stated, and paying off the pubic debt Bal the experience the propriety of erecting it upon H different R h travels,) and some others bribed
term of' said court. The defendant and all other pcr- civil,foreign inter- of frmer.yers show ba. a portion of tho from the former one, and of placing1 the archives I a sergeant
SOna interested arc required to appear and plead) to the course. and miscellaneous appropriation* may always be'expected to remain unexpended of the Government in a situationss[ d- toI I to deliver up a garrison. The sergeant

jrtliration filed in said case. JOliN J. ADAtS.licf.2d 12,800 i97 33 at the end of the year and the average of.. danger. The inconveniences winch are expo fell! from betrayed them, when Hall and aeven of the

I23m I at 'y. for PlfTs.Florida. Military tervicc*, these unexpended balances for tie last four years LJ i the present situation of the offiees connected others, of the best families in the place weie .
jjriYii Alt1J1!, Territory of Sut'S including (ortifi.cationsordnance. about $5.300,000. ID estimating the balance in thu thiQ with killed. Another
department, n* ive'l' th. (Gen.
;.is ? Wright )
wore ,
for the the close of I exposed; oon
!pcrior court county of Treasury at 1834, luvc therefore RSSU-
JAMES MILLS, Gadhdc.i. kid ian affairspen med that a portion of the estimatcx of expenditures, I dition of the papera; iud'Jc'rue 'o invite the early went to an adjoining province of Peru, and

defendant and all others interested arc here. sions,arming militia herewith submitted, will not be used during the year ; attention of Congress! to this ubjert. raised 500 men, but: wa* ordered off by Game

THE notified that suit has been commenced Uy attachment & internal and that balances of appropriations, qual to the amount '' The report from the Commissioner! of the General ara, by which they were defeated in their plans.It .

the.court nfnrcsaid, and the defendant is ,improvements, 8.654,942 25 at the close of the present y'ar, will in like Lanri Omce is herewith presented, S t, cia required to Ppear nnd pkad to the (1ecla'a tiun filed r evolulionarypen manner remain in the Treasury at the cid of the year The condition of! that branch tif the :ubIir ae\- e opposing
In said case. IJALTZELL fy WHITE pl'tfsIt'S.. sions under act of 1834, and go into the expenses of the succeeding year; and containing sus. t'stions! n>r its improvement. ; candidate for President was shot, near Guaycitiil. .

"ov. 23d 153mS'lX JunelS32including and it is not necessary to raise money fur the mrlb Ail I! which_n i is n -res--.:-r-,*- rrf_-,_lilt..I.-? u-u nl.-. *,.s.r-s. t ., on hia wav- into_n__ bal1i__n._*hmpnt...._..*. .All**. .l_a .nn-_**.
Ll weeks from tlio date hereof, In ill apply lothr. arrearages use sooner than it will probably be .:eJtd. But the K. B TANEY fusion in the Equator ; we have peace and

JUiC of the com ty court of Gads from 4th March, balance stated nt the end of 1S34 is not tc be considered Secretary of the quietness here. President Santander is
13.1J in Treamry. moving
cases in as a cknr surplus. It will still be chargeable with
!letters f administration
dcn Champion tC'uut'f Rhodes, 'deceased> late of siid on the comity.Dec. estateof which payment the amount of appropriations estimated to remain un. Treasury Department, Dec. 17, 1833. l on. nccording to the laws and constitution,

21st 19mJOHN( M. JOHNSON. has nut been made 3,000,000 00 expended at that time. and would soon do much for the country if
: Naval services in From this state of the finances and of the prflposecl Specie.-Such is 'the abundance of specie, that properly sustained. Our trade here is cut off
JlAMw UF 1''LOlll JA.- The itockholdU
TMU.N eluding the grad appropriations, it is evident that H ;reuuction ot the witiiin a frw days, large quantities of Spanish pil their
ciin said Hank, will take nature, that in compliance tar doln-s have by Tariff but we hope for a change next
ullllmprO'clncntof revenue cannot at this time be vac without injury : been carried to the Banks and
xvitb the provisions; of the cnartcr, rxn election the Navy 4,051,073 19 I to the public service. Under the r.uof the l Issi seSsion for paper money. These dollars exchanged spriuj, when Congress meets."

the will be held of Tallahassee nn!the fiht,Monday at Brown's in February llotdpro( next) ,rice in Public debt principal I tj.e receipts of l S.i will be leiS t'lmn those of lour month** ago at a premium of four and five were per IJutron, formerly a constitutional emigrantand

.'the city banking house of said Bank") tot the choice of ,$1,760,662interest 1834, as a further eduction in the rate of duties will cent. American gold, which is usually four or.. distiu iii 235,000 take effect on the 1st of January H35 and if thy
Seven D.rcctors on the part of the Stockholders. -_- 4,995,052 08 appropriations sl'ouid he ricpi up te he ;amount authorized five per cent above par at the brokers, is now. the siege of Saragossa, has placed himself the

JOHN G. GAMBLE, President.7111IDbc for the pi-escnl ye.vr, th ciar;e upon the worth no premium at all. A gentleman of our t head of a corps of liberal volunteers, aad
Pee 21st 1933. acquaintance who
e. 19tdc Which x\ill leave in the Treasuryon Treasury in 13.J5 would bi mor: ;iai If could pr-bi- was returning from Canada a marched against the insurgents of Miranda.
SIX \\kS\tL date, 1 shall apply to the judge ol the 31st Dec., Ib34, a balance estimated bly meet. Hiu the ckbt l will t'ni: jecn entire) I few days ago with three thousand dollars in American .

county court of Leon county, for letters rf at 2,95196 05 paid ; and if .\ guarded :u!{ '.11 .Ii'jr..pnaiion is at halves, was glad to give them and a premium NATIONAL EDUCATION w TRANCE.-By a

administration, upon the estate of T Hcirdec'dJnn4. once commenced, there will btn<. ltti'!:: in brin- for country Bank notes, and could not get rid of bill passed the Chamber of Deputies, it has

134 SICM TURBUTT II. DLTTON. The value of the exports of the year ending; OM the iug down the expcnditwri, \Vitiiout n.jiry :u .!1C public the whole until he arrived in New York and carried been ordained thatxvery cominuno or parish

It. II. M. DAVIDSON, 30th of September last is estimated at $0CG1.4O.: of scivire.If them to the Bank. Good bills on England is i bound to provide either by itself or conjointly
ATTORNEY: & COUNSELLOR LAW which 70,642,030 were of domestic ana $0,021,373 th" rtvoiiu*. is no, lr be than the were sold yesterdav at 4 56 dollars the pound sterling h with
ol l forrit'll articles, showing an incrcise in the experts exiting !tas''e for, tbcrc- -eur.s ti be n<, iiuffijei : a lower price than has been since or more neighboring parishes,
located jurid the
HAVING in dumcy, 1'lm.; will promptly of domestic ;produce of 7.i04'j60 over the experts ot I iu i-nsoii to ojtc.ii} at Hits time th'- vexd qusfion of Bank of England: resumed I some primary school of the lowest order, ia

any professional businr- th-a may be the same character for tli- year ending 30h of Sfpi, I ihe tarifl" 1'i' manner in wnicl:. Jut ,>. -.,: '11'ap- fact specie payments. InI which shall be taught the principles of4 the
Inr::!!ed to his care. in the courts of Leon, Gadsdcn tile country was never so. rich before in
I 18")2, and a dmiMiutio-.i in f)reign articles of 4,0 !?. t !portio'ieej oll..Jiffrcnt.\ft.cI-";, \>.UtU be hunt: : : 1 in- money French and
and and cash funds language ciphering, an
Jackson, at AppUachirnla Day, also the adjcimnp 100. The \aluc cf the impwr s, for the (:11'!'n i-rable; obje'CMon if it w >:. : If- Coiisdii'as .i i as. at this moment. And as
counties, of Georgia antI Alabama. lltf year i I to a general of with the authorized standards of
the 30th list settled and system. But "U la suspension specie it weight
on September is estimated nt $J09 uOov peniwient v is ttnJ( payment, is
SIX weeks nt'icr date application \vill Jie madu i y ') >. u-iiig p-tatrr b>' t e SlIm of $r,000,000, man Imports T'-.rv on tlc fare of it. and w.s ni-nucd uj. r ';ujcm's just as impossible! as it would be to persuade the and measures. A master is to be furnished,

uWiibcr to the honourable! the; county Curt for he year i1n.; : 30-h "' Sfptomt.rr. 1832. between confli'-i' inrtix-sts ; an i unless :ur ;rtvMiue waters of'the Hudson to turn back in their chan with a suitable house and minimum salary .of

cf ndison rounty ,for letters of administration MI Of the i imports for the .vear c-ivli-v ac 3iim If f', t.last < to arise ui>der it sluuld: hcr Liter te nm t ;.: ..- nel. III fact, nobody can be procured to 200 franes and to receive from such
the estate of Henry Harris, ate of Madison rounty it is estimated that $31.000,000: were in article d-jetive than i is anticipated! it ivjb (,c uerc-ssui JU .wo [ specie out of Wall street. Every carry parentsas
decewd (fg26wl) ALEX. WATSON Jt i fFUR from 'his duties : body bring!* it can afford it, a small fee. Parishes or towns
ree duty. years fi-oiu time to impose on articlrs lha.a j: I.. The sea i city is not of specie but of bank
:.\1.. .-The) land and! .fUmation belonging It win \
CoCJnmcs Barbour of Virginia, lying in the receipt's the prescu; year, that they very much ex- the G '\.r mH'nt. There wyulti scorn, .huvcfon, o !1,. |, The cry that a suspension ofspecie are a school of the second class, in which, in nrl.j .

Cfiurty r If Jcflerson in the Ttiritory of Florida, upon ccd: l\if\ amount at wmrh! they were estitiiate! in the r... advantnoe in ngitatml' tJ.e quciti at ir.i pr. ..,<;, M hand is payments was nition j to the in-truction given in tho
effectually silenced. foregoing
the St Augustine and near the Ocillat-iver. Th. 'as'annuur: .p-t ) !. t-xrcss !I. .c ocr-nuc i iie chiefv m .n;nt. Yet, some nvdif.caii: nr 'If the exi_ 'in.. The agitationiievsIpcrs
plantaiion tract containing 720 acres and there is a !' frni ciis'.om ,t"tl1chie cstuvxed to pro-luT. nore lac.-s w'l: he nfcanary. :.11 'dt-r iO carry into tiT:-t I dare no more repeat it.-.Yew York school, the children rre taught thr elements of

scpcratc trACt of ICO acres lying in the same nci;hbmirhnod t han g-2.-! ,000,(00. Th b;' e rcreipts of his yi-ir .hc intcntKins of'.he L" isla.urc, Wind 10 guard agitn-vt Journal of Commerce. I geometry ,.i'h its ordinary applications, particularly

; upon the larjjc tract there are expensive i been nrincipilly OC' ---neJ %by ihj; act uf July attempts to evade its ,jr:
And permanent improvements a sugar house and furnace 14, Ifl32, which nb.-Ushod iht system of long cie-'iis' affecting its pHncijvev: Ohio.-It will be recollected that resolutions ap. the elements of the physical sciences, natural
a Uistillcrv rum a gin house, cotton press on revenuw bonds-, and quiied tin.iuti's on woollen It is however irsp 'c'-fully recommended that the appropriations proving ot tne removal of the Oeposites and instructing
and screw ; nnd a new saw pin vith many cticr corn- {roods to ben,d in ra.-h. and on nthcr artirles in throo for 1825; 'bould be i emulated by a proper their Senators to vote the history, sinking, history and geography, and

ID'jdious fixtinrs houses and quarter 'I here arc between '.nd six munihTlirntv. regulations took cficct on regard t') "-onomy. Heretofore the receipts to be .,-xvctcd I charter: of the Bank of the United against States re- especially tke history and geography of France

two and three hundicd acres of lard cle-tred & thc 4th cf March iast, and lie cash duties and' sl.ortenod : -'d-bc: asccnain"d with some rf'-gree of ccrinty I.I recently! adopted by the Legislature of Ohio., were -the wishes of the parents arc to be consulted

in cnltivation, opened within the last five years with ciedits have biouht into the Treasury, dunne : : beause they were principally dcrivd m the I by the It and complied with as lo their children
appears following article from
the landed estate, tin ptMiaser may be at<*nm..ioca-! the present year a large amount of re\-f'nt1, which, ;importof j ,-i.vious years ; and the bends tuKer for i late Cincinnati participation
under the former of duties such sli >d the paper, hat a vote of reconsideration had in the religious instruction given.-
ted with wagons, carts, plo-.i-hsnnd almost every 'c- svsicm credits, would not have the on imports .wc amount of receipts -
Iitrij lion of plantation equi i,..te ; :i bH ot I Ma.-K! .mit's h cei j.ay..olc 1111:1: 1334, and would have formed a part which mi ht safely be counte-l' on. But. UII.'T: prevailed h by large m'jnrity"-.l''a.hl'ille) Intel. This class of schools being for the children of

tools and bcllws ; I tit-- WIse, mules, oxen, canto hcjjb, of the receipts dm year. The income 1333 his. the new system of r ish duties and short err.:;:P. t.irli ?Anderson Muskmgtimin the Senate, this those above want, there is no gratuitous admission

ttc:. etc ; ujior very uiimoilnlinq terms, juyii)=r t therefore had the advantage the new system, us year nrust'miin y depend on if own imports. _Vi. day moved to reconsider the vote on these resolutions in the case of
annually le;al mtnrst and ccrurmir the debt. But if wdl as the former one : and :hc receipts are much as commissioners is awiys:: m"re ,'f Jess h blflnr! ; .said that he was not sufficiently apprized extraordinary
the abo"edcsciibcd property thoulJ iu.t be sold at greater thnn they would have "brcn, under cither ol t.iati"iis: the pub ic interests r quires h.V ihore si ond! of their manufacture and origin, at the time of talents in the poor scholar of the lower species,

private: sale before thr !14th d- for tnem. He had since understood that voting who receives the) advantages of a hishcr education .
{!Jantatien will be then rented to the highest responsiIc The expenditures for the pr n: year'i.ivc als been vide for unforr;;..en ( tin: cncifs, and to guard; '1{a'i"app" nsf. were of W nsnington City growth he they as a reward ; but in order that the rate
bidder the and the lic-is1:1 1I1c! unusually large, and arc estin'T i at $22,086,063, n' '' -i-.e estimated rereipts. The c-il u-' ; despised,
upon premises, property I. he said, to he made the of of of payment may be very moderate, the muster
sold at the sa'!'<'time' at *nucticn f>r ready ,'lusive cf the expenditure on account of the public lations (II' the uuo-:c of a succeeding year, are PC.' dance puppet any set men,
la the intcrum any person nhc may be desirous money.of debt. i sarily more uncertain under the present system, ian to the tunes they wished, whenever the wire is to receive & fixed salary, o'f which the minimum *

purchasing the perishable( propcity entire/ can have it The appropriations foi the year were heavy, and exceeded miller the former 5'C' of lortr-rrrdh. *. And if th. anticipatioi1 was pulled; This remark caused considerablecross is 400 francs, along with the fees. la

en n credit of twelve months, pivinp! ;sufficient security by $3,000,000, the appropriations for the year of the roc.-ipts of 1834 and 'S3f .should bf firing from Mr. Leonard, Mr. Whittlesey, this class of schools, as well as the for.mer

up,'n application to G. \WARD, 1832 ; and the balances of unexpended appropriations fully realized, th"rc will not be more than 0'ijrhi to be ] blacKburn, Anthony, and otheiH. The question the fixedalary of the ma-'ter is 'be
S2tf| ._agent for the owner. at the close of 'nat year have been for the most part, provided il. the estimated scale of ixpnuhuir.-s At uu reconsidering, finally prevailed by a vote of 23 paid
EXECUTUK'S ': iNOl',JCK.-All having applied during: the present one, to the various objects the last session of Congress, the a.pYi.;>riairr.s exrcfdcd to 6. The resolutions having gone to the House, wholly by the parish if possible, or, if not,

the rstate of Hardy persons Vickers late authorized by law, and therefore enter into the account } l'n lltY-(1:1e million nv- Itundn-d1 t.ou: :mJ d-> were ordered back, and now lay on the Senate's parti) by the department or county and the
nditure. Several items lars being nearly three mill\m five huudix-u I j'.isai.'i. "
cf Leon county dcce\scd,are required to them of its cxp of uppropriation. table. State itself to come i iu aid as a dernier re
present IH ever, 'for the cannot be considered dollars ab'jve the estimates presented at the be:;nnin!
duly authenticated within the time prescribed by law year sort. The third class of schools Normal
A similar ".
of the of the .of the .sessiuis. r.1.sun' of expendnrr:: ;tith'irized -
forming a expenditures
as ordinary !
orthey will be forever i part An
est8te are barred-those indebted to the Government. Without enumerating all 1 objects .'f this : at tl-e} present s'sse.r.; tn gni rend r it .ers- affecting lnci ent.-We perceive by an orti- are tor the training of masters, and of

requested SARAH to mak immediate paymcnt.I : description, it: may be sufficient to ',' hk-h I sary to provide additional rcvcnutdier than is now cie in tie Revue Francaise, that the sun of Napo thee there is to be one in every department.
have contributed materially to enhance the air ount contemplated.It leon and Marie Louise, when on his deathbed in
I .TAS. ViCKERS, > Executors. understood be ronrcile-d all Ji.nuls the palace of Schoeuhrun and! A defence, the object of which is to vindicate
to that
228" \\ 1. Yt.. HART.Q : actually expended. The duties refunded at the Treasury i>< on conscious that the
)_ I under the law of the last session, and ihcnwnrls a tariff for protection mcrrly is ta be rinally abandoned termination of his mortal career was approaching, the fashionable society of the present day.
p.-,I lx yrcelii alter date, I will apply lor Inters uf a.J.Il.lnlStratlun under the convention with Denmark are included in and that the revenue is lo bf reduced t III\ tilt-I I eque -ied that the cradle which on his birth his in Europe, from the frequent charges of increased

late of Gadidcii on the estate of Henry Pitman deceased this account ; and the expenses occasioned by th*. Indian necessary wants ol" the Governtricnt. Various inotner had received as a present from the ('ityof frivolity and relaxed morality, is aboutto

_Quincy, January S5\h county.1834. S. F. JONES.S46\v aggressions in 1832 have been, for the most part, causes have contributed to enlarge te!; iirpase.lcxocnth'tuies ; Piri might be brought from Parma. His wishes be undertaken by a DISTINGUE of London.

paid iu this year. These three items amount to nea.I .-- for 1 1iS.1, as will he seen by the particular j I were gratified. The cradle of admirable work- The defence thus undertaken
T VLN'l'YWOLLAaS_ AHD.-Hanl\vny: I ly two millions of dollars. But when this sum is deducted ;; chivalrously
estimates from the different (departments.: ; :mp, was brought into the room where he
ironi the subscriber in October last, a negro fel from the whole annual expenditure, iL shows lay. be founded on a close examination into the
low But it w helieved that: all the objects for which this I Ti, e defendant of the Corsican Conqueror
named ELICK, 21 years of age, about MX feet that more than twenty millions of dollars have been gazed habits of the IIAUT MONDE during the
hlgh, stout built Government was established! can becli Ttuallyal- at !21 .'.I! that peculiar expression of delight which pas
(If a dark crmplexion, large eyes, expended, during the present year, for the various other An herculean
and rather a sulky c mntenincc when spoken to. objects authorized by law exclusive of the amount taincd) at much less annual expense hereafter; and .toiuciiiiiCK spaikle*in the eyes of the dying. He age. task !

Wbo was seen two weeks ago 12 or 15 miles, from set apart fur the rcinbursement of the four and a half the harmony and mutual good feeling of ihs extensive ca u-ed it to be brought to his bedside-he touched At Bombay, the English language was be

TaUahasue! near the Micosuky lake, where has no per. cent block. The ;pensions for life, granted under country will be best secured mid perjetua- it with his hand.and said to his attendant-It i is coming much in vogue. LJrdVilIiam Ben

*doubt been loitering ever since he left me. Any per the acts of 1818 and 1832, to the officers and soldiersof ted by rigidly confining the operations or! lt! Gen- not every one who dies so near his cradle; let it tick had adopted the English language in his

\\horoay apprehend him, lodge him in some jail the revolution, have increased considerably the an- enil; Governtr.ent to its appre>prijte sphere. If this remain in my chamber. This is my cradle, and with
<>r deliver hun to me on the Imona lake, Florida shall nualy expenditure. More than four millions of dol- i is done, and its expenditures are n':ulateil ha this i is my d'eathbed, the two extremities of correspondence Fyz Mahomed Kan, one

wpaid the above reward. G. II. HOLLAND. tars have been already paid, on that account, during strict economy, the burdens} it imposes will scarce life.- Loire// Jour. my of the native chiefs. This caused considerable
January 25th 1834. i 24CvVill the present year. There is, indeed, no item iu the list / excitement in Delhi where the demand for
ly be felt by our citizens, while it? blessings: are in -
1' : :-\ be sold at public sale on aturday of appropriations, which our citizens generally more estimable.As FROM THE BALTIMORE E.iglUh tutors and secretaries had become
irhe 15tl'' day of February< ftt the late residence cheerfully contribute to pay, than the one last men- REPUBLICAN. brisk. very
ci r Stafford, two eighths of land, known in the tioned ; but in the order of nature, it must be annu- the pubhV debt will soon be extinguished, it IMPORTANT. correspondent at Washington .

general! plan of the west half, of the south east fourth) ally decreasing ; and in the estimates of the coming is proper that the books and papers, which belong gives us some information on the subjectof On St. Crispin's day, the festival of the shoemakers

.tr 8 cuon No. T, township two, range two, south and year, Ihose payable under the act of June, 1832, are to the various loan officers, should be transmitied L our negotiations with France. It i is ot an I a serious disturbance arose at Macog

east; where the S1'd Stafford resided at the tune of set dOW at three millions of dollars. The different to the seat of Government, and_placed among the intcrebtiiig nature. We cannot vouch for its and Sens, (France,) in of the l therefore show six millionsof consequence
above mentioned ,
other eighth, entered by Cornelius sums, archives of the nation. It is believed that toe outstanding -
":dish, and sold to the said Ellis Stafford, known as dollars paid for purposes which cannot be considercd debt can be purchased on l.ivorable terms, authenticity ; but it will be seen that oar friend introducing the compass and sqtnre in the ensigns

the \ half of the nurth cast fourth of section IB, as csreri..g into the ordinary and regular expensesof in the course of the ensuing year, and that it can I declares it"entitled to credence. We give it: of their trade which gave much offeoca.

town.ship two range two, south and east. The above the Government, and form no rule by which its fu be most conveniently purchased at the Treasury ns we received it. If correct, we presume to the masons and joiners and bloody contests
be estimated.
the Properly:will be sold on a-crcdit of twelve months to ture annual expenditures ought to therefore desirable that provision should that a Message will be sent to in ensued-the latter workmen insisting that tle
LIist bidder the 1 he receipts of 1834 must be very much below those It appears Congress, I
bond with
'! or a mortgage purchaser on giving the if ap7secur'ty rctoea -- of the present year A large portion of the receipts be made by law for immediately transmitting to relation to it. were solely entitled to these emblems. It appears ,
by the administrators? of the customs, as already slated, has been derived this department all the books and papers relating this has been an ancient feud, from the

RICHARD STAFFORD, ) from the importations of previous years. Bat, from to the national debt. The money can: readily he FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT. shoemakers and cordwaim being excluded
NOAH STAFFORD '$ adm torsJanuuy the change in the system of credit, only a small part remitted to the public creditor, _without harge to from tho associations
25ih 1634. 25tds ,of the duties accruing in this year will go into the receipts him, or to the Government, and he can be-patd at \V ASHINGT N.. 20th- n_ _Uf'r._ ___. _tR3B____. of tho trades called Com

SS IX weeks after date___ of the next ; and the diminished rates of duties, place where he may wish to i-eceive i it. To THE EDITOR OF THE REPUBLICAN. pan nonage, because:leather did not enter into
application will be made by effect the first of next on some any Lthe construction of
take January the
the which on I have neard Temple of Solomon
Bubscjibcr trom a which I ,
to the honourable court of Gadsden entire The act of March 3d, 1817, abolished the office source con- '
near7 OUflty, lor letters of administration on the estate of of the of most other productive, will contribute articles still, and moie the to reduce exemption the- of Commissioner of Loans, and transferred the duties sider as fully entitled to belief tbat despatches which is asserted to have been the &undaUo&.

246w) Pitman, late of Mount-Vernon deceased. receipts of the comir; year, as compared with the to the Bank of the United States. The money have been recently received, from our Minister of all associations of craftsmen.

J.V.. KIG. the public creditors has, from timeto in France of The Pope has issued
present.In necessaryto pay a nature highly interesting a new list of works,
A C.\ttD.-A lemalc school under e superintend estimating the receipts from customs for the year time, been advanced to the Bank by the Treasury to our Merchants. Mr. Livingston with the which'no good Catholic should read.

be IJlce of Mrs. Pr!. Brown of Columtew, Ga.; will 1834 at fifteen millions of dollars, I have assumed that ; and it appears that large sums have remained promptitude and which the number are' 4 Hallam' Middle Ami:
ope *?' al the Paaoioge for the instruction of the import of that year will nearly equal those of *for a considerable time in the Bank, without be- energy, have charac- A& .

.dung.ladies in the various branches of an English' 1832. This estimate is higher than the average of I applied to the purposes for which they were terized all the negotiations commenced or con- Constitutional History -England..' ._

rhc cauononthe first Mondtfy in February next.- the bust five or six years, but it is believed to be a safe jog intended. The amount has been reduced within a' tinued since the succession of General Jackson A woman has'becn apprehendedjn England

trutteeg take pleasure recommending Mrs. one ; for although the !importations each of the two i months past. But the statement from theRegister's I to the Presidency, has according to his instructions I I for defrauding the government by'f"xtra
the cf the .
SSdl confidence of tite teacher were unusually large, yet the imports '
Public as a last years herewith presented (marked L.) the French Government of
talents and experience to give satisfaction present one have gone still higher,. and the general Office, urged to charge letters, while acting in thetY
totLn T.ho of the I will snow that 773,111 98 still remained in their the completion of its under thfi of the Post
may inlruit their children to her care and suite of our commerce and the Bituauog country engagements keeping Office, having succeeded.
Wrucion. justify the belief that there will be no serious diminution hands on the 1st of October last. A portion of convention concluded by our late Minister, her husband who had died a few weeks botere.

rtrma.-Four and six dollanlPcr quarter. in the coming year. The"condition of the mercantile this sum, as appears by the paper referred to, was Mr.. Rives, for the indemnities for spoliation.- A London
clasyc does not indicate any excess of importation -, advanced some years ago ; and there is no reason paper says, Sugar is now becoming
-ac.' I S : indeW, the short credit and cash "duties will why this money should continue in the hands of on American Commerce. The French Ministers a universal l ingredient in many ,of >ojff

'VILLIAlHILLIARD'j. be found tocontribute greatly to prevent vertr ding; the Bank, where it is useless to the Government as it is stated, have thrown every impedi- soups in ordinary use such as..o..creasi,

c in that respect- Moreover, many articles This will i I." common well as to the creditor. The delay in the payment ment in the way of the final adjustment of thh, l gravy soup, &c.. being found taddrcsdya
tnuary SS\.b lIH. till F.' an use increited are admitted ability free from the,duty.GOIP Jl n1 to* buy' those hal?prbb:1blyin sorao instances, been causedby question, even'so fat as refuse officiti coi- their flavour and wholesomeness.J .-


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25th, 1834. 'S SEALED BY ,THE
That to i cc. .. -. they PRESIDENT Viz ,f .
": J.ffV., 21IA, 1831. The President of the Legisl liVe Council:, past due and! running! ta: maturity, payable! at 'Magnolia, the l 833. '\

The House 8rr-I have: always held the opinion tuat the sum of Seventy-Five: Thousand Six Hundred, and Three 'I/**; 16th, Oct. ThosPace's check on Br. Bank ) d \ ,

-mot pursuant to adjournment, a quorum choice or Chief-Magistrate of'RIGHT belonged to the tars, Thirty-SIZ Cents, [75,60336] ; of which sum TWO q hou- Riffht.State of Georgia at Macon, at ( I5 5OOL
being present the jobrnal of yestordav's nroeeedinns sand Seven Hundred and Seven Dollars [2,707,1 ,is due from. S > ..
.. .!.. was Peonle. and the be. t interest r\f tVio r.ol1ntrv rpnn rcg that Thos. Pace's c.
-- --- -- ---- check Br.
-eoa. 1'1 citizens of Leon county, unconnected the institution-ttae on Bank i t
he should hold his trust directly from the freemen over wig and at Darien, at sight, t 0
t Mr. -CrirrnN notice balance, Seventy-Tho Thousand Eight Hundred \'intty- 5,000
gave that ho will I
on future
some "
; tiay, ask Icavo to introduce whom he is to preside.In Six Dollar, Thirty-Six Cents, [7 ,896 36] IB due bv IHOMAS 2 6th Thos. Pace's draft on Cash'r. U. > H
1 to amend a bi.l, 'to he entitled u An Act the formation of our Territorial Government, imme- G. GORDON, THOMAS\ PACE. and A. E. PATTON, all of which S.Br. N. York at 1 day sight V S H.OOQ

j f of St. Marks.r an .Act, entitled an Act to incorporate the town diately after the cession of Florida, the recognition of this will more fully appear by reference to the list of notes discounted I 30lh Sep. T. G. Gordon's draft on 'Robf.ftI > f oMi

principle would have been unwise if not impracticable. hereto annexed, and marked No. 1. Collins, Macon, Ga. at 1 da
llr.V AnD pave notice, that on some future ho Committee after the notes discounted sIght, 4,0650
day, Our increased population at this time, and its present The examining payable
,' xrill ask leave to introduce a bill, to incorporate the Tal-i condition, justify the conclusion, that the People of Flo at Magnolia, proceeded to ascertain the situation of the 4th Nov. Th s. G. Gordon's draft on Th. l'ac;:1 I

talnsscc and Jacksonville Rail Road." rida'would exercise this with credit to themselvesand balances that appear by the state of the Bank, )hereto appended, Georgia, accepted, at SO day.-sight, I

Mr. UuPoNT, pursuant to previous notice, asked and the power marked l No. 2, to be due at New York, Charleston, & in Geor- payment: at the Insurance Dank; J f 10Ic
{ btained leave advantage country. .. tri.i. The examination resulted in the fact. that although the Iiimbus, c'1 J
to bill) entitled
a "An Act to Congress in its wisdom can frame the organic law, to 5th Nov. Thos. Pace's draft
-authorize Sheriffs Bank statement exhibits large balances to fee due at the aforesaid on Boyce, Henry &
and Clerks of County Courts to appoint secure the interests of the United States which be which Walter, Charleston
may places, the Bills rf Exchange and Checks upon : S. C. Kndofsni !
deputies-which was read the first time, made an order of confided to the Governor, and conlei on the People of the those accounts were predicated, were still in Bank, sealed up A. E. Patton, at 60 days M :ht 5,000

I tho day for Saturday, and 18 copies are ordered to be Territory this desirable privilege. by the President who is now absent at the North, with ..direc .! 231 Oct. 'r hs. Pace's draft on Lawr'ence&Triin, 1

" ,.. written.- Entertaining these views and principles, I deem it not tions not to be opened until his return. Tlje Cashier, however, hie! N. YorK, at 90* days. sight. End. > 10000

: t Mr. GREEN, pursuant to previous notice, asked and ohtained improper to state to the Council, that any measure they opened the package in the presence of the Committee, and the A. E. Patton, T. G. Gordon, >

leave to introduce u bill, entitled An Act to establish adopt to obtain this of from Congress contents proved to be, Bills of Exchange and Checks to the
may grant -
a Board of \\"d/rdcns fcr the Port of St. ]Iarksto. will receive and cordial power amount of Fifty-One Thousand Seven Hundred and Eighty- Merchants' Planter's Bank, 51JB946-

which was read the first tune made order of the my approbation : concurrence.I Jtfne Dollars, Forty-Six Cents, [51,78946( ] as appears by the I Magtiolb! Jan. 2Sti: 18J J. 5
an day, respectfully obedient servant,
am 'our
) statement marked No. 3. The drawers of these Bills of Ex- I
: for Monday next, and 18 copies arc ordered to bo written. WILLIAM P. DUVA change and Checks, are, THOMAS G. GORDON, and THOMAS NO 1ST.11'EoiUEoIYT \ .
A hill, entitled\ An Act to authorize Nehemiah Brush PACE. I

to establish a Ferry across St. John's river, at a place And thereupon on motion referred to a Select Cfmmittee The Committee in the discharge of their duty, considered it ;I CHARTS 4'OF PLAWER'R THE; SITUATION BA.VK OF OP 1\1./1G-lIE.'IlR

.1 1 called Palatka"-was read the second time ; the rule of -Messrs. Blount, Smith, Robinson and Gauner, important to ascertain in what manner the directors: had performed JYOLIA, OoiV .1l0oJYlJ.1 Y THEth

|i the House being waived, the said bill was read the third I were appointed thereon. their functions, :and the result of their investigation: .;\'OVE.MBEll, 1 ;j3.I .

|j i time. by it$ title and passed-Ordered that the title be as II I Aso! the following, viz :- that on the 12th November last, the following resolution was
4 ** before stated. adopted :- I To Capital Stock paid,I in, 60,000

A bill EXECUTIVE OFFICE, Bank Notes' issued, g9lOO!
to incorporate the Tallahassee Rail Road Company 1
f Resolved, That the President (with the Cashier under his Deduct hand
-was read a second time by its title, when the TALLAHASSEE, January 25th, 1334. 1 directions) constitute a Board for the transaction of all business on 11.317 1

I'! House went into Committee of the \Vholc thereon-Mr. Prl'.t.. ._ll'nr. nf 0.1" T.pO't"lnl; ... f'1 relating to tins Bank, during the absence ot a Board. Di-count and Premium Account 2'3,553
-----... '-/ "'" ..... .""....."." "' "........ 5J09 5
,UU.\; saiu [Signed] JEREMIAH POWELL.
reported progress, : Deposits,
SIR-I have the honour to inform the Council 4,113 53

i asked House.leave to sit again, which was agreed to by the I have this day approved, signed, and filed in the Secre On that day Mr. POWELL resigned his situation as President, -

tary's Office, An Act to organise a County to l c called and Mr. '1'. G. GORDON was elected to fill the Un- !9d,076 05
vacancy. &
A bill, entitled U An Act to authorize James Byspecie Bank notes, 10.19353
t Caraway Hillsborough, and for other purposes." As it *3 deemed der this resolution: Mr. GORDON discharged all the duties of the Notes of other Banks .
: to establish a Ferry at Ocheesee, on the Appalachicola important to appoint the officers for this new County; without Board until tlc 27th November: last, about which time he left 19.0'Ji

i rh'cr"-was postponed and made the order of the day for I deem it the territory, delegating all his powers to the Cashier by the 0-12'2 53
tomorrow..V dciiy, my duty to send in the fallowing nominations following order. Bank N York, MOO
viz :- Chemical Bank do.
I' bill, entitled l4 Act MAGNOLIA, 27th Nov. 1833. 480 049C2
An to dissolve tho
marriage con- Central Dank of Florida
For Judge of tho County Court of HillsbJrough, Augustus ; 07
'tract between Henry I). Stone and Sarah N. Stone '- Ordered, that the Cashier be a B anl for the transaction of United States Bnwcii; New Orleans! 3 27Mechanics'
Steele. ,
tho second alt business relating to this Bank: during tbe absence ol'the
wa ; time and ordered be Notes discounted
to engrossed For Justices of the Peace for said County, ""m. Bunco,p President i and of the Board: of Directors. running to maturity, 2-1,331 Od
for a third reading on to-morrow. Do. do.' Iii suit
P Wm. G. Saunders, John Warren, and Joshua Stafford. [SiguedJ THOMAS G. GORDON, President" 759BihhsofEcc'e.dis'tl
A bill, entitled( An Act to establish a Ferry across For Auctioneer running: to maturity: 30,807 5!)
Notary Public and of Lumber
, the South of Black creek in Daval The Cashier from that Incidental expenses, 2,919 5J
prong county"-was .J B. Benjamin.I period up to the 25th instant, dis-
;' 'rend the second lime the rule being waived, the said bill charged duties of president, C.ishier, and! Directors Sucha .
FI was read a third time by its title and passed-Ordered am respectfully your obedient servant, course of proceeding, it is unnecessary fir the Committee 9S.07J(; 03

:. 'that'tho title be ns aforesaid.Mr. WM. P. IHTAL. to say was illegal, and in direct violation of the charter of the Nov. 4th, 1833.TERRITORY ED. SEIXAS, Cash'r.Personally .
I I also nominate as Appraisers of the Unwi Bank, Bank.By.

11 Resolution. ))U PONT, to wit on:-yesterday, introduced the following for the Cour.ty Jackson, O.wcu \\ illiams, Win S. Pope an_act of the last session; it is reauired.. that the different ir OF:(-\ Cot'S'fV FLORIDA: )( J

I Wm. Patterson and John-Bird. banks ol the territory shall by their President and Cashier, ren -- ---0.---
jj IliHoIvcJ, That the committee on the State of the Territory der a true and correct statement of all their afi'airs under oath came: and ajf-jeaml! : before GEO. HAMLIJ, a
H bo instructed to enquire into the expediency of Respectfully, your obedient servant, to the gov rnor on the first Monday of November,in each andc'crv Justice of the Peace, iu and tit( t the Countv and Ferruury

I revising: the several Laws, defining the County boundaries WM. P. D'JVAL.Which : year, to !h,,: by him submitted to the. council. Thi3 Bank aforesaid, Jeremiah Powell, Pre>idem! and Edward Seaas; ,

1. and that they have leave to report by hill or other being read, on motion of Mr. PuiESTih House in pursuance of the requisitions of the said act, did make the ashier being dtiiy!of the sworn Merchants, on Hath and say,1'11II1'r.Bank that$ I he: I foregoing or 1aUflla exhibits; who
! \\' se"-which was ngain read, and on his motion return hereto annexed, marked No. 4, by JEREMIAH POWELL, contain -
adopted. went into secret session on the nominations t&erein& contained Piesidcnt u I rile account of the sita.iiiun I of the a liii irs of s:1I.lllank I
A bill, entitled 4* An Act and E. SEIXAS, Cashier/ under oath, on the first ,
to and
the to the best
change of
and conscHtcd; to and advised the same-The door Monday of November last : their. knowledge! and belit-H
stating that had hand
) of Martha they on the
Hinginbotham to that of Martha Cro- being opened. sum of Nineteen; Thousand Nine Hundred and JEUEMIAil; POWELL, President.
zi r"-was lOad the third time and passed-Ordered that Twenty-Nine ED. :SEIXAS, Cashier
On motion of Mr. GIIE.CN Dollars
the House adjourned until [19,929Jwhich appear by the said: statement to be
the title be as before stated.Mr Sworn to and siliscrib: In-lTire
Monday next, at 12 o'clock.MOXD.W i available funds. Upon inquiring of the Cashier, the COlllmiUtt'ascertaiued
President laid before the Council the that of GEO. IIJMILIJV, P.
following the said sum of 19,929! dollars, the MUI? of
communication: from his Excellency the Governor, viz :_ \ JJ.VL'JfiFS7/A, 1331 10,500, dolls., was in THOMAS: PACE'S CHECKS on Banks
in Georgia, and contained in the scaled: packagebelme referred .;?Y.1.ilES'if/he: STOCKHOLDERS in the( MERCHANTS

EXECUTIVE OFFICE, The House met pursuant to adjournment, a quorum to and Pl ..'LVTEirS B./l..\"K..11'. MAGNOLIA with

January 21th, 1834. S being present, the journal of Saturday's proceedings )vas The Committee deem it u necessary to recommend the adoption tile number of SHA R US owned by each,toge-

read. of any measure against the institution, inasmuch :as tile her ,1lJitli. the.. ..AMOUNT. paid in.
; To the President of the Legislative Council: Mr. President creditors of the Bank have instituted legal proceedingsairainst! -- NIt.: or" -- ----. ---------
laid jcfore t'iutl in
the House the ; IItr
II I following communication it, and the assets arc now in the hands of receivers appointed by i STOCKHOLDERS. 7"I I """ I fr"1 I .\1I1'.nt.. :
viz- .i:1rC. "!J ir :ar
, SIR I have the honour
to the Legislature the Judge of the Middle District. Jeremiad -
that on this day, I have approved, signed, and filed The Committee have come to the conclusion that if GORDON, Tlio G.; G".durJ Powell), 1,202"2 30., : ()J)60) .'
::: ,
in the Sc rctar'4 Office, the tollowing Acts : TALL.1IIASSEE, Jan. :2Gth:! 1834. PACE, and PATTON pav tile amounts of their several liabilities, A. Lnwiion: 230 I 7.tSCj: "., ,

44 An Act to Incorporate the Town of Chattahoochie I To the President of the Legislative Council : the Bank will be amply able to redeem its circulation ; if they Jos. Lath, 122 3ljJO 7,5:);) U

Gadsdl'n rniiriti." CZ i r I lirtvmt'tflt, .. _; ;_ liir. K._tft.... t"n'/r\ .;il .._ t\n nor. it tvill hf nn pritirn loss tn n rnnfiilinrr I:> rind un.tusncc------ --,'-- Lister Crook, 2 ) I'
-- H u -- *.-*..*. ..v "" ......ii../...., .au n n .fi./...- I : I I t OO I
A 1 Act for the relief ol Romeo Lewis." nunt of Horatio P. Vass. I lor services rendc.rd by him ting All community.of which is respectfullv submitted. Smith &. Parramore, 15 450 "

44 An Act to authorize Samuel Y. Garey build! a i in the Secretary's Office during the time charged by him. THO. M": BLOUNT, ) Benjamin Byrd, 25 u 730 I IC

Dridgrover tho North prong of Black creek in Duval His removal from the Territory, and tho absence of his account [Signed) JAMES; RIZ, ,}, COMMITTEE. Jus.Geo.: Kirk H.uniin>ey. 10 3')0 "

countv.-And in regular form, has prevented me heretofore from P.W. GAUTIEItj.. ) Jas. O.!ilvie, 50"1 cc ; "r.
; ;
.\n Act to authorize James Kennedy to establish a submitting his claim to the Legislature. The serviceswere Do. Guardian, 30 u j,5i'r IOO "

Ferry over Cold Water where the road from Flo rendered at u time I could
leading riot proceed with the NO. I. Haynes & Geddes, 20 tc 600; 'c
rida.Town to Tallahassee crosses said creek." bursiocss of the office without assistance. I trust, Sir, LIST OF VOTES PAST DUE 'LVD ttUJWIJCG TO -

Respectfullv your ob't servant'M. tbat the Legislature will admit the account, and direct the MATURITY I."" TIl E MERCHANTS AJVDPLANTER'S 2,0. (0 I 1j0 000 t :

P. DUVAL. same to be paid. Congress may ho induced by 11 Reso BAJfK, .MAGNOLIA, .

Which was read. lution ot'your body to refund the amount to the Territorial 29//i JANUARY, 1334Drawers. November 4th, 8.33. ED. SEIXAS, Ca'Jh'r..

: On motion of Mi. PORDCS, the House: adjourned until I 'l'reasury. ..
Endorsers.Thos.G. .
to-morrow morning, 11 o'clock. I LIST OF STOCKHOLDERS, 25th January 1831.
am respectfully, your obedient servant, Gordon. Stock. due 2 & 5 Feb. 1834, 17280II ,

giTJ1D.Y, J.- .V 25ih. 1831. \VM. 1). D UV AL. 4I 2" 5 750 Thomas G. Gordon, -. 1,693
K "
The House met pursuant to adjournment, a 9"12" 5,110 Allen La" hon, -. -. .
quorum Which was read, and motion i -
on referred 12 15
together with 1,i21 :36
being the ...
present, journal Benjamin:
yesterday's Byrd,
proceedings was the account therein enclosed, to the committee on Claims. 16; 19 5JOOO 25
read. 1..,. Crook, -. .

A: bill, entitled An Act to define the extent of Mon- obtained!Mr. BLOUNT leave to, pursuant introduce to a bill previous entitled notice An, asked Act and Tho Pace, 29 1 Jan. 2,500 29,861 36 Jas. Kir-ey, ... .. 20 10
roo county-was, on motion of Mr. CHANDLER, indefinitely the of to A. E. Patton J. ThoR Pace, > ? tt ? P. K. I3uillie, d .. 1 !i
College Pen..acol.t"-which 23 31
postponed.Mr. was read thf 'I. G. Gordon, 5 2 500 J. Queen, -. ...
first -
: time by its title, and referred to the committee
: on T. G. Gordon LavhionbyT.G.G.att'y.
notice that he will \
gave on a future day, Schools) and Colleges.Mr. 2" Feb. 6.000
J ask! leave: to introduce a bill to be entitled in Act to S - i the Trustees of Quincy, Academy, to raise ROBINSON, pursuant to previous notice, asked and 4 7 ,ooo A bill, to be entitled '. An Act 2,000
to authorise
obtained leave to introduce a bill, to be entitled '* Ac. Act A. E. Patton & T.G. Gordon, 8" 11" 875 ; Sheriffs: and
cerain amount of money by Lottery. to authorise the Trustees of Ihos.Iace, ? ., Clerks of County Courts to appoint Deputies, was read
Academy to raise 11 "
A bill, entitled An Act to to authorise James Caraway certain amount of by a I T. G. Gordon, S 14 5'nnn the second time, when the House went into cn.-niuitteu
to establish a Ferry at Ocheesee, on the Appalachi the first time, and made the order Lottery"-which of the day for was:: read. 11
cola river," was again taken up in Committee of the to-mor u 16 19 6,000A. progress, and asked leave to sit again, which was concur-

'hole-Mr. WARD therefrom reported said bill with row.Mr.. DuPoNT E. Patton, Tims. Pace, ? ? 24 ,< 07 q oon red in by the House.
amendments, which: were concurred in by the House, and gives notice, that he will on some future T. G. Gordon, 5 I The following Rrport fromthe committee thr-
day, ask leave to introduce a bill in relation u 3" 6 :Mar. on
to 5,000
the said bill is ordered to be engrossed for a third reading with negroes. trading Ie U ., 13 16 5,000A o. the Territory, was taken up from the orders of the day,

on Monday noxt.Tho Mr. WARD Lawhon T. G. Gordon ) read and agreed to. viz :
pursuant to previous notice, asked and obtained t< "
v..te passing the Act, entitled An Act to 07 "SO 2 160 The committee the
orga- leave to introduce a bili to Bank, $ on State: of the Territory. to whom
Incorporate the
nizf! a Bounty to be called Hillsborough, and for other and Jacksonville Rail Road Tallahassee Amount of five notes dUe was referred the bill, to be entitled 44 \n Art regulating

purpo1"e.-was on motion of lh.V ARD, reconsidered read the first Company"whichwali bycitizens of Leora.coun- 1 the introduction and removal of Slaves from the Territoryof
,\'itb" view to insert in tho 6th section the word t( scat" mittee Internal time by its title and referred to the com. IV unconnected with the}f 2707 45,74 Florida, beg leave to
after the word County-The House unanimously Improvements.Mr. flank, REPORT J

ing to said amendment, it 'was made ; the said bill agree was others:.,BLOUNT citizens presented of Escambia the petition of A. Millsted and I 75,603 36(; That they have considered the :provisions of the said 1 1

rend a third time by its title and that county, praying an alteration bill and
passed-Ordered the are '
. titu be ns before stated. of the law taxing the cattle of non.residcnts-.whch: NO. II. unanimously opinion, that the s-nne are in

}: Mr.ARD was referred to the committee on Agriculture. STATE OF TIlE BANK OJV SATURDAY .""- expedient and pray to be discharged.... Horn the further con
presented the petition of Jesse II. Willis sideration ot the
; Mr. WARD / 21It JJlJ\'R r subject.
the 1834.
presented petition of M. II. .
which was read and Phillips,
referred to a Select Committee- Respectfully submitted .
and other
of Duval
h Messrs. Ward, Smith and Blount were appointed thereon. to Thomas Hagan which coUnty, praying a Ferry chartered Capital Stock, 60,000 GEO. T. WARD, Chairman.A .

Mr. GAUTIER presented the petition of Elizabeth Fran. Committee-Messrs.- was referred to a Select Bank Notes issued, 79,870 bill, to be entitled 44 An Act to establish[ a Board of

.,.f ces Thompson, praying to be divorced from her husband ; pointed.Mr. Bird and Bulloch were ap Do. do. on hand, 14,252In Wardens for the Port of St. Marks, ..vas read the *econd

which wa read and referred to a Select Committee. time, u hen the House
GAUTIER the In circulation on motion of Mr. DuPONT went
presented petition of W. S. ,
Messrs. Gautier, Priest & Grren Mooring, 65,618 .
: into
were appointed thereon. committee thereon
with sundry vouchers-which Profit and Loss Account, : -Mr. GAUTIER, from said committee
referred 403
were 20
Mr. to the
V BLOUNT, from the committee on Enrolled Bills, on Finance.Mr. committee Discount Account S894 50 Pre- reported the bill with amendments, which were
reported as correctly Enrolled. BLOUNT offered the miun Account 18 32. } 912 82 I agreed (to by the House. _

: An Act to repeal certain Acts, organizing the county Resolved, That Select following Resolutions, to wit : J. D. Beers, J. R. St. John &. An engrossed (bill, entitled An Act to authorise. James
a Committee I }
of Fayettc." appointed to Cl). New Orleans, 177 89
inquire into the state of the Merchants and Caraway to establish a Ferry at Ocheesec, OR the Appa
Planter's Deposits
L : "An.". Act a .concerning the authentication of Convey. Bank of Marrimlirianrl, the. n mnnnar______.. Jt..,. u-.>.Vii....'.!.i. Iio.. ..(T...'..... 5,979 49 lachicola river"-was read the third time and passed-"
ace8. .And & "" ".UI;:) Ordered that the
have been conducted.Resolved title be as before stated.

41 An Act to organize a County to be called Hillsbo- That the committee, in order to facilitate the By Bills and notes discounted, pay75603 133,091 40 I The House, in Committee of the Whole, again took
and for "
rouph, other purposes. inquiries directed in the foregoing resolution able at Magnolia, 5 36 under consideration the bill to Incorporate the Tillahassefl

... The House again went into committee on the bill en- to send for persons and -have leave Do. do. do. 1.s Rail Road Company-Mr. CHANDLER, from said com

titled An Act in relat.on to rafted Lumber adrift-"-Mr. The rule of tho House beii papers.waived the said at New York, 14,950 Q,. ". mittee, reported progress, and asked leave to sit again,

Dv PONT froiii saId committee, reported progress and read and g resolutionswere Do. do. do. 5,600 ;:sat which is: concurred io by the House.

:: asked leave to sit again ; whereupon on motion of Mr. appointed.adopted-l\lesn Blount, Riz and Gautierwere Do.Charleston do., ) 1! On motion of 31 r. BULLOCH, the House adjourned until
CUANDLCR, the House disagreed to the report of the at Georgia 14, 89 40J CI2] R. to-morrow, 11 o'clock.
committee and. ordered the said ,
to referred to a Mr. BLOUNT, from Do. do. do
said committee, made the follow-
Select Committee-Messrs. Forbes, Smith and Bulloch ing REPORT, which was read and adopted, and motion at New Orleans, 3875 HIGHLY IHPORTANT.-Dr. Buisson is said to bate discovered .
were appointed thereon. of !Mr. on Do. do. do an infallible remedy for which he
BULLOCH, 500 copies ordered to be : 750 Hydrophobia,
Theifouse again; took under consideration in Committec The select Committee to whom printed. in suit Georgia, S has communicated to the Academie des sciences in Paris.

of tho Whole, the bill to Incorporate the Tallahassee.: jii'relation to The Merchants' and was Planters'referred Bank the resolution of Cashier Do. Chemical Bank N. York, 8 99 He had no expectation of recovery, and went into a va

Rail Road t. ompany"-After some time spent therein*, nolia," beg leave to make the following Mag- Incidental Mechanics' do. do. 6,534 SI pour bath heated to 42 degrees Reaumur ((126 Fahrenheit -

the Ommiltc arose, and Mr. CHANDLER therefrom, reported Cash balance expenses, 24)752 98034 ) as thereasiest mode suffocation. T. his astonish4jnent

jirogrcnH and asked leave to sit again ; which was REPORT : Bank Notes on hand, 14,252 the whole symptom* vanished at once, and he has
-concurred in tho House. That on Monday last, they proceeded the since had
by rtolia to town of Mag- 10,500 never the slightest reoccurrence of this dreadful

The following Message from his:: Excellency the Go- institution', and commenced their investigation of the affaire of the disease By the same means he has cured upwards oi
and J found
re/nor, was banded in by Mr President and read, viz : the Bank suspended on Saturday the the 25th instant, when 133,091 40 eighty patients, and he intends: to try its efficacy in easel
payment, notes iu circulation ,
amount- Merchants& Planter's
Bank of cholera
Magnolia. plague, yellow fever and gout


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JIo r'taa y Yv- 9HHHWBPBpJimpassable "- -
.W" no I ICtslsn --> :
'FLORI '. lMond y. January fc- ww ; others are converted into marshes .
,u whateter t.Th ,i- :
The Chair communicated the following Let- ttruction of the law on' the >subjctt. 8, con-' by a'fall of rib, 'and bcmrthjth 1Ia&k: j -_1rr'4' -; '

ter from the wa settled at the Treasury
AmASATURDAY Secretary of the Treasury and water by .the overflowing of the many ditches
1. Tutjukr DEPARTMENT wo believe, rightly settled, by the proper which traersTothcmn..Vaaufacturfng.1tapear: LOTTEKY.
13 1884. '
Sift authority, before he came into office. !

= ;;--ln obedience to the Resolution of the We have hastened to lay these facts before from an ingenious CLASS NUMBER TWO, FOt 1834. :i i

==Ct. market continues In a very depres- Senate of the 10th inst., directing the Secretary the public, that the parties interested statement, that there are IB the United States 795 Vales An J M'Imyrt Manaers-Approv.l! by Wnz. 1:
.TIJf Prices down o. 'the may be cotton mills moving a capital of I dolls. R. Stuart Edward .
in Liverpool.- arc now Treasury to inform the Senate of satisfied that has 40,9 4,9S4 Hughes, and J. Williams. ..
d eonaitirn in last. the constructio nothing recently been dono and manufacturing yearly 77,717,316 of cotton To be d.Mwn at Baltimore
of where they were May which has been' to Tuesday, Jan. 28, 183-J
ghde I by that change the construction
heretofore given tu or 214,38-2 bales. The number of I 66
within spindles Number
attIc will it& impossible to fure- Department to the act the Lottery, 10 Drawn Ballots.
stop passed at the
decline last and I
that it
"1crc, of Congress session is intended to be administered ,24 ,903 looms 33,506 ; yards of cloth* made SCHEME. '

i e. .. the act of the 14th, entitled, an act to modify as far as the Treasury Department is 230,431,900; hands, females 8,927, males 18,749, I . . . .S'Jlono. . ... .. .130,000

Dank has created' of July, 1832, and all other concerned, upon the principles which hive total 47.406 ; pounds of Starch used 1,641,253 ; 1. . . .1iuI00. . . .. 10,000

TjP failure of the Magnolia acts imposing duties on imports ; and also long since been made knowu to them that is barrels of flour for sizing 17,215 ; cords of wood J . . . .CHOO . . . 6,000

scitemeni. The documents published to- to furnish copies of *uch instructions as by calculating the duties ; burnt 45,519 ; tons of coal 54.420, charcoal 9,205 J . . . ,( . . . .. 5.000

grcat. beirav a d>Srce of speculation 1 and apparent \, have been given to Collectors may recordjng to the mini- btis'ie's! ; gallons of oil used 300,533 ; hand wenv- 1..2, ::' . .. ...; .2. 2J
regulating their mum principle, and making the deduction 2 0. . . . tUO. .
lor under in ers 4,760 ; total dependants H9r2ti( ; annual value J, .. .. 30 C'OO
f rarely WltncSSl'C say apparent, a j''duty said act, I have the honor"here the 20. . . .
J, manner prescribed by the circular above of cotton manufactures 26,000,000 dollars! 500. . . . ,.iooo
J'ru'on Of this community, still rely I on t}Jebfl'f I with to transmit a printed copy of the letter of meul< .-Glob.' of waives paid 10,294 445 dollars. aggregate 2'). . . . 40.), . . ._ .. 8.000

e'oTritof Mr. Gordon, and lielicve that he willCL /I instructions from this Department the 2U, . .. . . 200. . . . 4I.tOQ
:. of the officers 7go one.-The contested clction'UOOTt fy Letter. 3 5. . . . 50. . . ... .: DJ"O'
reJl'Cffi his c 1 laractl'rom:1 11 suspicion of J la\-' Customs, dated April 20th 1833, LATE FROM NASSAU. -One of the witnesses, whose testimony is aubumtidt' 5 6 . . . 100. . . . .. 5100.

: P"rticiI3Icd in a pecalatinn which I has alrcajy stating thc principles on which tho duties were By the British schr. Eagle, Capt. Cook th? committee of Pnviledgcs and Elections in writ- 16. . . . . 80. . . . 4.480
In' to be calculated in;, thus an"v/crs the interrogatories administered to 56, . . . .
JUCtL 'e of much distress. under the act of tho 14th Ju- from Nassau, at this port, we have leceived iii.n 60. .. . . 3,3rt1
been pr ly 1832, and that of the files of thc : 56. . . . . 50. . . . n '11C"'JU
2d of March, 1333 Royal Gazette and Bahama Advertiser Qltstion.-Did or did not your brother, who was Ii!, .. . . . 40. . . . ", ,

PRESENTS FROM FOREIGN POWERS.Ihe modifying said act, and also a printed copy of to the llth inst. iuclu&ivu.' and is a minor, tell you th.xt lie had sworn (in order 24.1 . . . 20. . . .. 43ao 4,4S

J CHAIR; presented to the House thellowing I the the instructions given by the Comptroller on Nassau, Dec. 28.--His Majesty's schr. to.vot"' !-) that-.-No he!was My above brother twenty-one told me years that old he? had I 15400. . . .S. . 10. .. ... . .. 154,1)00
2Glh ultimo. Nimble --
f message from the President of the I No other Lieienant Bolton, commanding, :arrived written the figures 21 on a scrip of paper which he put111111S ,I 1"8040 Prizes. . . .Amoununcr to $320,472

United States, received by the hands of Major instructions have issued from this from Havana Wednesday la>t. Since sh e, and R\\.ore thtt lie was abate 31.Ve I TICKETS $10-Shares! in proportion.
Department in relation to the the" former visit of \ d:1 n .t r :' -m it to state who he
Ponclson : I subject mentioned tic Nimble al .his port, fa!'.-tra\ingfc.i: nc-asja.ry votct j I To determine the late of these prizes and blotk tho
in the resolution. Lieutenant Bolton ha, had the good fortune to Tilts Tdcgrap\ I!66 numbers, frnn 1 to 66 inclusive, will be
Washington 6 J83-1. ( .. severally
January c.m.t' y .ut 'h! s the Yankee sailor ;.|.11'11a
Ihuc of Representative: Under the construction of the law, as given capture two panih Slave traders, on the few. years suice o'ing interrogated MS *o, h". qualm-I| pltcfil m a wheel on the day of th? ilraHiii., and IVn
thf of wilt be
thrm drawn
To by the Department in the Ci'cular Letter of south side of Cuba which were both deliveredover canons t<) v .. c, s id he had !ail!d out J: this purl twelve I out at random : and hat tick t
to Congress ofulclter | h'l\in >n it as a comMnation, the Is 2d aid
communicate: an extract 4 : 3iitrn\n.!
I ( This I II
last years. > '
received from James U. Lulb April the duties on manufactures of Cot- to the Mixed Commission Court at Ha evidence of In- I uvasp-ctmg >ffuer, w :>uficient N'.'. *\ ;ill he f'ititfed! to he capital! jiriza of SO; "30

jeceiith United States nt ton, or of which Cotton shall be a componentpart vana.. One. of those Pirates had the dariii" tu I hev..>O ar/*ordl 41'.1,.I,1 it..ncatioii:. ........ to.en VOLe'n .An II.. tins T. .city I.. _._anJ__ I That tirkit u '\111' on I it the 4th 5th and 6t/.
Consul of the Tangier, bytvlnrh - '-- '" 'M 'II '110 :'Inraban.l -
: are to be calculated according to the act give battle to the Nimble and her nice f11M j VOf his '. : draw nuuifa, la 10,000
fought success, he aft- -Is
, it nppenrs that, that officer has been in- of I I That :ck,n iiav'mg on it he 7th 8th and tub.droti ,
July 14th, 1832, and thc act of thc 2d of with a degree of spirit, for upward* of an hour VanVy ackn'.v1edge.I, that he had noi ooiy !tid -.1 it tin'iiot-rs, tit
receive from the of Morocco 6. QQ
: to Emperor this tvelve1.r I
duri'd hUT
port :
of lion and two horses March, 1833, reducing the duty, will operate but surrendered in consequence of th,' i-ipt. .' We d'i not deem I u never wi* in i.j e. '1 hat ticket hating on it the 8th 9th and 10th I
: a which nr-sry te s: i'c icAj t> .ll
pre.-enl ro '
a the of of her ;; drawn tIiirtVS
upon rate duty calculated on the mini- having been severely wounded, of which for.Portland 'ldveJ'/istr. to 5,000

I Jie holds us belonging to the United States. mum principle ; and instructions will further he died the day after. The lirge: ot these I That ticket hat lug: on it the 2d 3J and -1th
funds the Staitnton D'c. 20 1933. drawn uinVrfTs' to
jfici- being no at disposal of the 2,822
be given to the Collectors accordingly.No slavers was a two top sail schr. with SNOW. Fh} ,. .
upwards h.ivir.
applicable to the objects statod -Snow Jell in this pi C',' on; Saturdavf tweniy : on rhm the 4h
Exr'utl\'r. -ubmit the whole by decision has been made by the Department of four bundled shl'csthe other was a schr. last f to ho depth of from 26 lo :'iO inches I: dlh ,unl I hit Dh! tin! 10iji) : j.nGth( uiij 7th,
3Ir. Leil, subject to the since that, of April 20th 1833 before with near three hundred. ; und :'! .ILi G )d and alii, J.i 6.\ ami :-iiti, ."uii 6-!hand
consideration Ot Congress, for such direction referred The American on Monday night we had a tall of anuut four ,- 1 l.'; i. oth 7th aid ill. 5:.. 7th 8'd 9.h; 5ii 7th
ship Poutiff Hathaway, master inches more 1 I/ JUI.3t.! : "t1! and
in their wisdom may seem proper. 1 have milting together, arcortinjj lo Uh,5ltifi.iidi> i 10-'h.5ih;
\4 directed instructions to be given to all I understand from the Comptroller that his was wrecked on the 19tU[ in .t. at the Cat our computation i depth of 30 or ;34 i u-hes ; I I HI a iii 10 h, fi;ij 7il n'i J bl l. 6s.h 7th old &lh,

our instructions were intended by him to into Ceys, Bahama Baud, on her pass-ige from N. hough s'linw estimate it G. oJ 7iiuiKi( I ill.!, titli 6.H .iml 9Jt, 6ih 8th and
carry It of
ministers and ajronts abroad, requiring that, iu cflert that decision Or-cans, bound to Havre: the upwaiU tliree J i I t,1& 'Jih aial lOih, 7th ota and lUili, 7th Olh
unless previously) authorized l hy Con- accoiding to what he cargo consisting tpet.rllh the nmv on MitnJjy nJ2ht th"'r' j I an.l! I luiii; t-nch 1,500
luture, supposed to be its intention. uf Cotton ins been saved, the master
crew and was d al Tltosu ickt
iil lint under a gOOd ot run Waehi! lucn-asrd j twenty > 'ts havingon them the 3d
res-- they any circumstances, I have the honor part ot her with the materials r.-h nii-i! yih 3.; Bin
of to be cargo, arrived he uet;hi o' the hole ;ni--;: ., tint e Mi-.uJ.jra- I rtiid IOhi, 317,1&1 and th.3di
arcrpt pn' cuts any descriptions from any Very respectfully, &c. here a few d.t): ago in sundry wreckers. I he! damai IHS i 7t u.'Jin I :.Ii. 7iu itid I0u$ .! i and 9th, 3d oJI
t ;ee i to tile oils .f houses I
frtizn btntc. : oj'1; and 10th, :;J !mh IOta, 4tu 5tl a 1.7 h,
R. B. TANEY.To In lead o the American brig Mary, Capt. I stables md'por.-h-. ul 'd.s in t'h ZE h and 1.11 5fh
1 de ;m iL proper, on this occasion, to invite : < to u" the : :! anti Utii, 4ti! 5vh and
the, Hon. Martin Van Buren. ayloi. as stated iu our last ; 11 was thu American "own and rkighhnl'hood.-Sp itator.Tiitre 1 HUi, i l'n Gh an-t 7u, 4t:, Gth and fcth, 4h GtU

\f attention ot' C'ongrt'83 to thc presents \\ hid I Vice Prestleut of the United States, brig i'homas Haven, Hugh McK"ozie -- -- -- --- ------ :-..Ht y.h, 4 Ii Gth md I 10th( 4ih 7ii b and St-h. 4ih

kau hcrtti foic b-'cn made to our public ortiecr and President of the Senate. master, which wa wrecked at Spanish tells' ; cKrI. will be Preaching; in- --liieCourl Room- -- 7. .1 .I.K! y h, 4-h 7.-I and lUih, 4th 8th and 9hh ,

-, und whirh have been deposited, under Mr. Clay said he was glad to that the the master and crew arrived here on &undnyIn io-tjiorrow jt w'clock.. I -I'ho-e 500
see i"
twnty .es haL: 'rn them .he 2d
Ac orders of the GU\'t I1II1H'nt, in the Department last. =- -. .; _ .
---- -
. which had ----- --- ;; : -d lO.
error : been committed, in the inter .fJ 'I .u 21 7th ar.ast'iad7thund9th,2d!
of Stair Those articles are altogether prctation: of the la.v If the last session was relation to the sunken Rock of the Bahamas Card.-In consequence of iii"''uisfic;> ,.), expressed ',7 h .tiiil Mtit, li:h l and 9Ji, 2d rth and lUth,

, useless to the Government and the care and I. now to be corrected the instruction, about which much was said m the Eng- at the ret .'irii., :nde uf Lie ei'cttnc'l: : ,ti .''Ii Jth and 10.U: .'A.*, 3d'Uu and 6th
by new
presavntion: ot them in the Department of I lish and American my house fIr tnenb 'rs of tie L'-n.--1! t!:vrCo,i-icil I '.i \ \h 'llld 7.h. 3d 4'h a'al "th, :Sd 4th: and 9th,
whi,'h were forthwith to be issued. It appeared papers last summer, on oercafter I *.>.I( 4:i aid I, :.M i 5;II,.mJ G h, 3d .3tb a lid 7ilif
State arc attended with considerable i iuconvenThai will! ;.leitntr act :;s .1je to'r".it.
. that the Comptroller and the Secretary of which the Br. brig Lcrnlon was said to have j : lor : : tm' h ami( ?th, 3d. 5th am inn, 3d 5h aJ'lt 19thi j

the struck. we find an impoitant and interesting p.lls to he ojxMieil (UI my n'cniie. J S'IIT1L I, Cuh .u d 7. 11, :3d, C !fi Sth, 400
had .
IVeusunry: by a interpolation .
wrong ---'- _' .
That provision of the Constitution hicl ': ) T' : tw nty :!.<'.s hiving f.,' thrm 2d, rJI"
\\ Ifrh13irny r\f, the u__ --pf- -.. inirli.rlilrr_____ ___n'r fr c1ism-"IHf1-- with. .... thrl'I'.. -' I letter in the Gazette of'the llth inst. from HYMENEAL '.1 > !h. -2d, .$J and! 6 !i, 2J, 3d n-i-l 7eh, 2 I. 3J
ollicer the
without Consent 01 tont fourths of tho duty on cottons instead of one- Capt. 11. Owen, 11. N. to Lieutenant Governor Married Thur 't ... I a. tiM! 3.1 and 9th, 2il f, 3.1 x 10th 2a, Lh
on > > j the :30h: n't'! :,v ll.e j
s. t<* ccpt ;ny present fiom any foreign tenth of the exes beyo'id 20 per cent. That Bcltour. Mr. George Duncan master Rclr Brsuds'nai'l, Dr. L'.wis Will! I :lId Jin2: J 14lh and 6ii2d, iih .1 n'? 7ta. 2d, 4iha.

,'.,(r. may he considered as ha\ trig been sat- such the the law of the Lornton, in his protest, had describedthe : t : M*>i L' :.l h, 2 I 4th amid 9t(>, 2d 4lhand! I(U'!h, 2d ithiird
was interpretation t > S.7C7e.ill I
. izd:; In the ,surrcn..J'r of the articles to the put upon er -f inis "ny.MARCJiiJ ,I Gth. 2d. 5th arn 7t. 2 !, ".th :ud 'jUt,2 5th
rock .
) Guu'rnincnt and which was about to be carried into practical as being situated about S or 3 miles --'- ---.... -.y.-- -- --p- a.i.I| 9th.2.i, 5'h 1111 OLh,2i!, 6.h aaJ 7.h, 2d 6th
: and) they miiht now be disposed operalion lhre could be no duubt. for he in a N. by W. 1V.. from Egg Island, and : ----- and Sth, (2ii G h und !9f h each 200

tf I iy '
olJ mall)' intended, or to their heirs wills obviiu.jropiif'iv .I subject ; and among the rest, one from an officer chart. .;n them, (being 35,) e Ich 150
T, Tlios" 56 ticket- 1'avin on them the 1st and
in both cases and in the lat"tcr concerned in si. UA.tlvS. ;
I -ollerling the ol
revenue 2tl drawn number, ;>nrh 100
-- -- -
would% be u-ceivcd as rateful memorials of: I the United States, staling his surprise at the THE GUILLOTINE. CLKXtlED -JAN. 22.-- ----- Thf ->e 56" tickets h?\'in; on them the 3d and

Theliarartcr of the parent. construction hich hid been put upon it, and This instrument of judicial punishment in Brig Anielicr-Muu, i\i.-:s, f.r .\ew York, 313 1 bales 4th drawn number'', &-':ii 60

ts, under the positive order now given, enclosing a copy of thc instructions he had France derives its name from a Dr. Guillotine, Cotton, 305 hnics, l'IY Those 56 tiKiMs :ti tin; on them! the 5th and
GUt .
ilrawrf ii'ioihrrs
similar presents cannot hereafter be received. received lIeIr.( C.) would again repeal one of the most distinguished physicians in Brig Mnjrmlia, Bruis.ULED.-JA, N. York'. 21.345 bales Those 56 lir'.cts! ,tiavin cotton,
even for the purpose of being placed nt the that he was glad to hear that the error which Pans, and a person ho embraced with ardor by Henry Bond, and Kerr & Siur es. ''it Lawn numbers I ach 50

disposal of the Government, I recommend to had been committed was acknowledged and the cause 'f the revolution, and was selected! ARRIVED-JAN. 2.,. Those. I 12 .icket*; on th m the Sikand9'h

Congress to authorize law that the articles I I one of the Schr. \"asl1' or the ?;li nm' 10'h! drawn, men 40All
by abo'il to be rectified. He trusted that instructions Deputies to the National Assem Lady iI:tOIl, >'wai.n1, days from New othris with
It i i" t Orleans v .th- mdze. iu L. Crook, E. !IJr t jwjnf the drawn nimibers on,
already m the Department) of Stale shall be would bly. supposed hy many, lhu fiittllotiuo J. L.jt.
i he forth to the carh
speedily senl avert Owing2.184)
( ATu'>mi.i ; n. BUM' it., J. IU' luirT'ii (! ) 20
delivered to the to whom they were was one of'the first sufferers by thc instrument \ And all!! tickctsiiavir! nllb c\f the
persons impending mischief, which threatened and wa K. Wcs., 'f Jlahasscc ; D. Wtiium.!; k Ct, ->i' ;t.n' drawn

originally, presented, if living and to the beirs i about to lay tht' axe to the roM of one of the which bears his name ; but it seems this MonttCLll') ; Kerr &. Sturg., .--., and Ina :I'r dn umbers on them. brin.j I;.400, each 1Jt {

of bnch as may hate died. ; was not the case. The following notice of i> cird ; Pds-s-n ers-JKssrs. Co iksey, Pr.,hct.i. Pt I. YATES & \i'J T"-RE, Managers.I .
mo4 iinpot; nt branches of manufacture; i ii i I and in ). S. Grfo '. C.mra
ANDREW JACKSOX. him has been translated from the iner ; spok LaK! Poncharirain s'hr. > .ashiii I- 'r :, t >r.
BiographeLniversclUs ..
. the rCHIltrv. .tun, Sv.aitn. 4 days f.-r: Sr. vlarks ; all! well.!! ;cr TICKETS the tbtce LOT4".LRiforsZt tills

The message was referred to the committee i IIovould move that the commu'liculions; by a vritcr in a London newpaper tlrrirtd blnr ,:J u.o -

. on Foreign Relation.und I that had been made should :,c rcfenvil t the [ '-- U. S. Reviriiiip t.sflto -, D.'xtcr, Uandi-lpIiE'sqr. c-im- I A.XVN NUMB 'IIS of the ViRTsnia State Lot

The Huusc then I Guillotine conducted himself with moder- m uaJcr ; on a r.. MISC. J' .'ry (,!I.I"o, No. :. -
adjourned. Committee M-tnuhcturcs: :, to give them an rv-hr. Three S.-t :
: If'rS, Ktuinaviu
I ali National ifnl 43-37-5-63-71 47 G3 67 -25
uif 39
m 31
in Assembly : he directed I -
Tuesday, January 1. of looking the and MIS Li numfita 2U
opportunity into subject, bee : gumn bajs i l67buihcLojt; !t,
After the I his attention I I in.-re to diilt lent objects of pub. to order. I Hlit"f i fr- :. tickfs .ir.iqtujs.ea to :res"7t
report of scvcial relief ilocal bill-, \\hal ought to be done. .
!i t tial r'i': the! cash, c ene v thiMl .n th, above
Mr. GILMEK, reported a bill lo carry into fl'lit short dr.bnfc which lwre followed and 1 t Ilil' utility, union;; other!! to the plan for the organizuitoii c.1._ ro1 _Passed__ "._i/oie'i fiO.. > M/aoifl... ; s" .1" : vriia\v. \v aiv"ii, IDF .>. ., Wiiii .
ot thc ji coiron.Irrivet
full effect, the 4th article of the treaty uiuuc I \\ kirk is poslponwl for want of room, c'-ndcd I Faculty Medicine and beloic.-Srhr. tu:1an'on, from J-iinaica l.-::- T--.1\ ;t.Ir *.a' ", l --,:ail 'ippiy lo
with thc Cicc-k Natio.i of Indian on the blh in hying ihn Letter of the Secretary ot 'theTieasury he took a part in the m"sl remarkable rC$ lu- C'ezrc t.-Bri? Aldebeic, wont to set.Schr. 1" ,,{.; j-I.t of Len! county cnu-L for

January 1821. Which lions of that bod\' when it became the Const iluenl Siiamroi-k, Carrel fr N. .", : 19& bi'cs' c''tin 1 c.-o' ariminiiM/ationvr* ''ic .\ :ate or AilenM'Cha-
with the otherscre on the table-, on motion of Mr. { "lay.who J. I
AS t mLh-. After It had decided that'CI i' by T. B. Pea.- I oid ft. H-ivvn--: Illy !i.<:. I.f sai.J cnunty, .!,''usel.! F. B. WHI TING.
sc\erilly read twice and committed. wished it there to remain, until the nrvinstiuctions I-- -.------ -I -t.1urks.! '.tl'nr'l lv J441. 2 .i'v
The SPEAKER presented communications referred to should have been HUCS were personal, Guillotine, proposed to 3 I i
aubstitult) decapitation for other 1'1.18 'g .t \- ::( lt..I ,j .- ''..jU A II "itSl'- :i'UAiUil'S 'nCE.-All
from the Secretory of btate and ot the Nav) communicated to the Senate.] punishment, &r1r..1Utu.i 11 .' 11'\\ ill : claims ,qai'H the esateof Henry person JVfurMV -
on ground that the of Frenchmen
with lists of the Clrks employed in their.respective in opinion ; a. 1 jo siunojj: dtp asop oj pHZi.ioiii! [ />;np i s. 04.0Jl1U.U'l1 ) arc a-quired to :present them duly authenticated

Departments ; which wore laid on the TARIFF ON COTTOThe resolution that; species ot death did not attach infamy 01ll1LU.\uJ JV1JJ.L'.; "'!jfIU 111 pJS".1! .Jot,: \\i: !hin :h" tiuie prescribed! by law, or they will be

table to the family of the criminal.! The proportion l_JJJU".I) pins! 01 p;iqjpui! Miu.ii; it| -'JU. SLOJ j t' tuniui forever bjine-tt tiioae indebted to the estate are re*
and ordered be of the Senate of Friday last, and the publications .
to i A a '
printed. V'Ua
was adopted[ its author then I ; piAp MP! jp siqi! 1. -ya a >' LlUY fJH; i.'tted io v.r.k it/imcdi.itc payment.
The House reiusd to eu pcnd the rule, to in the Newspapers on the same subjert !j : pointed ,j ;)4 J.PUI .lUJ5i! !' ;itJo..J.if UUfJatI11.d-. ) :.jHP l 55w GIO.G.flOLT,
I out a iiiucliine, \\hich had been known _
enable Mr. FOSTER of Georgia to -.ubmit may create the impression that some recnt : long as \ I''E. T REVULVLVJ J T2 VM: \v' AbH v. B-;..'A : \"i ) /a Leon County Court.CHAR .-

a resolution to extend the Urn? allowed to I decision has been made by the Secretary of :, proper for tne itiflicl: on of death, without iv- j The undcrsinf props .it of ih? Pa en. Ici.h. 1"1 : > ln .\cSUflhi)5L.

morning business. the Trea-urj', highly injurious to the manufacturers I 11mg an:; l p un to the :ufil r'r.J: en of the besl ". i'l. a'Kivc imcliine fir th' ;'-...!tln" f '|1.,.:ll.1, -S C. A'-II ) Jttac&xeTlCtT /.,

t character at that lime applauded the humane: 1 '.i1'":rtuliy invites an cxamiuti- ut' ill merits II j thtr is hrrt-.jy givtn of institution of said
of As such would
REMOVAL OF TIlE DEPOSITES, cotton. an imprtssion i motives vi! the philanthropic deputy; in selecting !1 I r iiznnsot" 1 albhas and the public generally : A .1 .11t: ; n-.d of diissuingofa writ of Attachment

The House naturally create uneasiness,. and! alarm among l vuri."';y of machne, his iieretofoic been invented! t.. !,t:1 ilr, rituruable to the next term of said CI urt.1 .-
.' having resumed the consideration a numerous class ol our citizensnosu an-I: : this instalment of IHll1i huilnt.: Unibrtunately I I I hss' n the manual labor of wa'!tin:, but their utility he defendant and all oilier persons in any; \\ilte"Cnn-

ot the motion lo refet the Secretary the terc.ts would he affected, we have taken pain ;i ito I lor Guillotine, some wigs gave hi- 1 1I i iu ttie sating! of ab Ir a'ld tinie, la-> been al \aya Luanctd I- i'eruicd
'iVaury'a Repo.t on the Dcpositcsj: to the I I' name lo thc machine, of which lie was not the :!! by th* injury drm! : t'> the CiOi.! from the frirLn ; >n filed in said cns. aeco--din: to l.Av.2n .
Committee of and Means I inform! ourselves upon the subject. and I'I !: : nei'i ss.1.'i'y (,'upl..y".t.l Tuc ,01.1. har: now oiT.'rsu J. A. BERT '.LOT, A r"]. tor Pl'ft
Ways and the I ii'ventur, and \vlueh he had into :<
; lake ihe first opportunity of laying before our only Drought to tic: ,,ubIi! : ,"" uiiat'u.e! ",>'. u I ltaj ter i' 'iui: ..f! al.oiosii..rri I
question being upon; the motion of Mr.' M'i i readers the result of'our inquirhs !. i notice. Still more unfortunately, this machine I'. .,!iC tl. '1'hi v' i .1.1 tn If. .t'scncL'; of friction.; Stpnor: Couit MUdle Dstrict; flvrida, Leon County

Duffie to add |0 |the motion for reference, the last circular letter became, in the hands of the ruffians .. ho were'I'! A I Idil < eov. IIlIf tli.1 !ii;> following .. long ago as Apnl, a .I wiilioiio su-.Mi.iiiu the li liU-st injury, whilst the >
in-tructions to the aid Committee : masteis of France during two JC'ars-the dui i machine L-
\Nith was HMied, troni the? Deparlment, stating the is equally well adapted{ to nil Oiher articles of T. C. D'LAPORTE. ) In at.bclunent.THE
instructions to jepoit ajoint resolu ralion of u Inch \v us equivalent to mom e than above st.'Led l has been instituted and
tion construction which was placed on the compromise I clothing or furniture: (w.n l ban I kerchief to a carpel cause ,
providing that the public revenue hereaf I two unturics-th instrument of the most S' r.alld i> \\c\ t'tf,r.r ivsul'in fro n a conibio.itiou of t : of atMcbment therein issued, and made
bill of lh last and ,,
session pointing
ter collected shall be deposited in the Bank of ; horrible vengeance, of the most odious crimes; ;, :t'au11'1 sn tp, that the largest ui'terpane may U c : returnalc: to the next form of said court. The defen-
the United out the manner in which the duties were to be 1 wuaiieu iu from rive to .t\.cllll1inl1tc and aiikerru'.n- anr and all others concerned, are hereby notified toap.pear .

lie States, in compliance with the pub ci Iculaled and reduced. This letter was* published and Guillotine, who was hmisell imprisoned, ': tty ,.f a iv otlur articles in the ,'ql1al8par.e of time.- and plead to the declaration tiled in said case, according -

Bank"failh, pledged by the charter of the said ,al the tim-i in the newspapers ol the and ready to figure as virtim in the daily I i The ta-,1. oJf,11..11111,; can be pcilb/med, if wood and to law. J- A. BERTHELOT, Alt'y for Pl'fT.

the scenes of carnage, with nliieh our infamous !! natrr be fmnisln-d) tiS well by a girl r>f ten or twelve February: 1854:- 253m
Mr. commercial cities. Recently Comptrollerof J i a> 'by a wum:\. The machine is perfectly supple! in -
Binncy, (of then luLtt-d themselves had thousand i'
Philadelphia) rose tyrants ; a 1 HOA1AS M'CALL In Leon Cvmty Court.vs. .
is usual in such )
tnd tho Tieasurvi, as cases, ; its cons "l1C'-lOlJ, so much so, that it can be made or re-
addressed the House against the removal times to gi 'vo ut i-eomg his name attached to i 1 :- > assumpsi:.
has i issued his instructions to the different Collectors pti'-ed by the .nost ordinary mechanic.
of the deposes but not having finished has the mode in which their the devastating axe with which the cannibals 'I i'u imd.rsigneLl: will dispose of the county Rights, JEaSE S. RUSSEL, > In attachment.
directing accounts V l HE above stated cause has been instituted, and
remarks at the arrival of the hour of adjourn had armed their executioner. One (feels as- 'i IIr the Right for any number of Counties upon such (
ore to be kept, and the duties to be a.writ of r-.itachment therein issued and
toent accommodating terms as to make it an object of
and intimating his wish to continue themon lonished that Guillotine had nut solicited permission speculation returnable laihe next term of said court. The def.ndant -
these instruction he
the calculated. And, in refers worthy the attention of gentlemen. The op
following day, the circular before mentioned, as his from the government to relinquish a cration of the mtch'me) lviI; be shown! with) pleasure to and all others concerned arc hereby notified: u appear

On motion ot Mr. Mercer, thc Iloujre ad to name which from that time must have been Unsupportable any person desirous, of seeing; it, or 'f preferable they and plead to the declaration filed in said case according -
the of the
and directs stating \ Jaw. J. A. BERTHELOT forpr1f.
manner to Att'y.
journed. guide, to him. After the termination of will! be permitted to take i< home, where its merits maybe 1834. 253m
to the principles as he February 1st
accounts according fairly tested. It. M. FORBES.
Guillotine resumed the ,
Wednesday. January 8. understood them to be settled by that decision. his political career, Tall.ihas.scc, Feb. 1, IS34. _2Jtf. 100 RALES-
Mr. SELDEN, from the Committee functions of a physician, which it would have -
on ,.E.\ lSTEtV[ L'ED.-Wanted an indusiriJL i- 50 Baieof;
Commerce, repo4 ted a bill making an approba- The circular letter of the Secretary of the been perhaps better for his own repose, if he ous steady TEAMS FER, to take charge ota wagon WCOTTON.-\VamCd Cotton for

lion for the improvements of Hudson ri' er. had never quitted. lie enjoyed, up to his last and four horses. To one who can come '".Il re- be paid by
Mr. Treas-ury stated that tbe rate of duty on manu- him. will be ivcn. ,HV. R. H. BERRY.-
HARPER from the Committee moments, the esteem of all who know 0.4M.I uended, good wages : Apply to
on facturers of cotton, or of which cotton should 253w,[. J. 'v. IUl'iG, .',IOU1lt Vernon.
the 26th of 1814 f3e-
Commerce, reported bill Dr. Guillotine died on May, ; NOT1CE.-The copartnership formerly existing
s for a making appropria- be a component part, were to be ascertained ': W A IS TED.-Wanted to kire two active, Chapman and William Dickson

"hlch? a Marine Hospital, at Portland, Me., according to the act of 14th of July, 1832-in aged seventy-six. B boys, to drive Carts, and attend the stz I.tcady under the fi-ro, name and style of Chapman and Dick-

Miih sc\'erallclief bills read twice Application to be made to has this been Dissolved mutual consent.
were words that tho amount of duty on the ,1 son day by
other has late
and committed Gustavus, the Ex-King 253wL J rSSE POTTS, "[,wd Vernon. All persons having business with the late concern are
31st of December, 1833, payable on these ly emerged from the obscurity into which be i requested to make settlement with John'R.Chapman.

The PUBLIC DEPOSITES. articles, was to be ascertained on the mini- had f fallen, as the author of a phillipic!! against f'l:i l'U!Lh AYED inst. a OR sorrel, one-On Jim did> Uuincy, February ) JOHN R. CHAPMAN,

House then proceeded the unfinished principle, and the reduction, under the he wishes I 1st 1834. 256w SVILLIAU DICKSON.
- to mum the liberty of the press- publu loot white ; sore wethers; white on lefts

.bUilneIiS, which was the resolution offered by act of March the 3, 1833, to begin horn that to be only narratives of occurrence. Li & r-va side of the cheek small star in ihe foreTiJ The undersigned having purchased of Mr. Dickson
Mr. his entire interest in the stock will continue the buli
Polk, to commit the Report of the Se- point. The circular also prescribes the man- and events the Swedes have much to congratulate .T -i years old, not in a very thriving condition.reward ness under 1-is own nr me. ,JOHN R. S-ITH.
will be for his
et'etary of the tier which the amount of reduction is to be from th' of ten dollars given delivery
the Treasury, on the removal ol In themselves on the expulsion .me in Tallahassee, or five dollars for any informaon A P.Al T.NIR. WAITED.-Immediately inta

Md public deposites to the Committee of Ways ascertained. throne of this avowed enemy of liberty, \\ li. so that 1 get him :1lain. 1JL very lucrative business.! -A wnall 'capjtw only

Duffie Means ; and the amendment of Mr. M'- The rules then laid down have since been has neither learned or forgotten any thing during !5lf GEORGE: pROCToR. will! be necessary. [Sltfj] DAVID B. MACOMB.,

t0 Commit to the Committee of the considered as the law of the Department, and his misfortunes. -LAST TIME, POSITIVE FLAKE has located i im--

"hole on the slate of the Union. if there be any discrcpency between the jualructioos I have dunnud those indebted to me, as long as I can DOC1'PItVILLIAM and tender his service*J

Ilr.: BINNEY of the and the circular Santarem where Don Miguel is posted, i.un nd find it to be but a troublesome plan the public as a pracutior.-T of medicine ,rorgery .qd

7to. retnarks resumed and continued his Comptroller it has I i inland of mountains$ in the midst of va, Quickly to them, I SHALL now put MIC screws, i midwiteryj. He may be found, (when not absent _on

of contesting the validity and propriety letter of April last, before mentioned, of which i are inundated by ibqycrflovi'ing riv Constable Johnson or ConstabI Crews. I professional business] at his house on C hooa strtt

th removal till a late hour, when, giving arisen from oversight on his part, und will no I plains, some of the Tagus which render the. I 2tf A.W. \'uLEl\l' the former residence of Col! JL WWilim4, &:. J
'hy to the : orrocLed.Tlo present\ .
the Houae adjourned. doubt. be pro npt11_


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, aarfiorizei6LanAounco ALrR.. .: "A.'I t "C10RSALE,-Ihe followiojjj :_
./, .4- I -WJIjE are for the 8htriJulJy, K the'e tate of Samuel R. _
KITED STATES EAM-BOATS candidate Ovctoa1
MAIL ; BBOWN'S: HOTEL.ON yy FISHER, as a f and are _
14fj sale they are
supposed to
neat. '
in February .
: election
A NDREW JACKSON AND the West side of the Capitol Square, between I at the D4i1ELM,'- more minute description u deemedwere 'b ._ ".
VEItSAILjE.-From Co- Augustine and Pensacola'Streets, 'Tollahas- WTE are authorized to.announce-M T. of alliekctedwmthjudgment an Cn '
the ;
i P5 'lnmUit to AppSadiicola, The lee Florida This establishment (to which the sub- V RJUWY, as a candidate clerkhip. ttWE ably located, considered first rate .
in '
1 T j DYe 'boi..a.: will cave Columbus:Alternately, every scriber haa removed) is nowopen for the purpose of Leon county at the election February JAM adapted to the culture of sugar cane. "'

Monday and Wednesday, at 6 o'clock A. 1!. for Appa- I public entertainment. are HuthorizeU t announce Colonel In the county of Leon, near

: lachicola, and will intersect the new mail stage line, Sept. 7th 1833. 4tQ THOMAS BROWN.FOR candidate to repiesent the tet J 60 acres land, adjoining Ta1e. 1 _.

. :from Tallahassee to Mobile, via: Pensacola, at A paI RENT.-The tenement hereto- ritory of Florida in the VihCongre of th Unite If 0 U White Faett'. fj

I taga on Tuesday and Thursday at noon. In returning, I occupied as the Registers office at States. Juv27th J'1.11WE a :.: :. WiraB j

!. will leave AppaUchicola! every Thursday nnd ,FridayAt I the Clinton and Duval streets.A .- 'are authorized. announce:Maj. WILLiAM c .
, o'clock A. M. arrive the next U the territory SO U t ct
10 and
. at Aspalapa neat dwelling house suitable for a small a candidate to represent Vitken,
,. day by IS o'clock! M. where passengers will find stages -kitchen, stable, &c. are upon the premises.For of Florida, in the 24th Congress of the United 80 Schol setionJ tc
family, a U
. 1833. 50tfWE
-for Tallahassee. apply to Geo. T. Ward, Esqr., or to Stetes. July 87th 160 I Lucs and p f
I The proprietors of the above''i&ht-clr boats have I'. Nov.terms 9th. (13tf.) A. MURAT. B. 80 I Vickers ;.

r invested a Urge capital in fitting them up for the comfort A FULL supply of Landreths' superior garden, are authorised. to candi/late announce to WILLIJJI represent the In Gadsdcn (county, near Quincy : t D I

i of passengers, in the confident expectation, that a 1it..herb and flower seeds just received and warranted Storage and Commission, &c._ A". .as- ..a__ nA.L I'*__.__ _& ,.r.1,.. TTn..;._- ICO acres of land, nearly adjoining the IOTTL .
discerning community will not.suffer. this (the first alterant fresh ; by E. B. PERKINS.: undersigned has large and convenient Ware teiritorv oi .loriua, in me *'U" .UU6&TI. 833 un. In Jackson county, on Chipola :

to auoolv" Annalachicola with. a regular- mail",) toO October 29th. II tIIJ. THE (' nnd Cotton sheds, and is prepared to receive ted States.' 5tWE 160 acres of lam, adjoining Clark and t.

C d\wn; for want :ot patronage. GOODS, COTTON, or other produce on Storage are authorized to announc JAMES ICO Carter k 'C&pn i,

Appaltxhieola; : January 19th 1833. 22tf &C. as a candidate for the Sherf- Proposals for the whole, or pari,-:s.may suit" I

I ""STORAGE! STORAGE! STORAGE ItIN Cotton Stored, sold or shipped, and all CommissionBussincss ally of Leon County, at the election in plicant, will be rcccl\d by theROBERT lubscfbcat
strictly attended to. He solicits a share of MITCHELL lispt c
addition to his ware-house the f Ok LZ>* .. ..nit li///! SjC EDWARD SE1XAS.Magnolia. next. ,
build public patronage. mary __________ Atto.-ncy fir the c
has recently crmcd a spacious October 16. 1832. 9tf) authorized to announce K- Pensaroa, January llth 1834. administr f
. Ins 80 by 28 feet, for receiving cotton and goods. WE 1 HAl 2.
, t
; : HERE !JUST LOOK AT THIS !- JOHNSON candidate for RUCKJKS&c* -Just received
TIMOTHY M'C ARTY. i T OOK S. a:a ( by the .
December 19tf I JLl The new store in Quincy has again just received election \\'ashin:ton, a choice gioce sd
-4 the
SL Marks 27th 1831. the Sheriffalty of Leon County, at parcef t
: = A == per the schooner Galaxy, capt. Fletcher, from N. sisting of loaf and brown sugar prime green t1. "

Henry P. Tonge York and Philadelphia: a large supply of fresh goods in February next. : ;s' chewing tobacco (a article Jf
: frt rte ):
calico latest fashions lego _'HI .,Li .. _. _.: I.. __ .
Counsellor Law viz: a fine assortment of fancy ; I W. HART is a candidate tor the 'aim uiu jji ii. \IU\, U) iiio gitUQn or cr
i Attorney fy at ; domestics, an assortment of Wilmington stripe ; lasting .I _WILLIAM of Leon county._22tf mcrican, old cogniac (scignctte brand) nnd old 1J j1 a

4 Q.l1INCY, MIDDLE: FLORIDA. and buttons ; drilling,a handsome assortment for brandy! 4fh proof: New-Orleans and bid Ja
For sale valuable of land contain-
23tf. a i
k gentlemen's summer ware; brown linen, very fine ; LAN mm : common, old tccti tied, old monongahel.

\ CQAL.AKGE& .ui1W mUJma /
and complete assort- white beaver and summer hats ; men's and boys wool i county, cordials : molasses, cider vim-gar,
this hammock .
York tract of land, is about one half ,
hats fine thread gloves, saddles and bridles 1 and 2 butter nnd witer crackers
.4 gentlemen's : cheese
; the :
Drugs and Medicines,just received with and balance of oak, and well watered with a spring : .
i 4 from New York and Baltimore for sale, wholesaleand best quality ; an assortment violins extra branch running through the same : persons wish ing to raisins: fber: Brazil nuts : rock candy: dried .
against loss or damage by FIRE can long bows; cvcrj ointed silver pencils; gentlemen's apples : herrings: flour: Irish
4 retail. Country Merchants andPractit.wncrssup- INSURANCE see the land, to James L. Parsh, Esqr at I
of all sizes.
. favorable terms on apph- and dancing wi black p
the most youths pumps arty tatoes : pepper : ginger: nutmegs: No. |
terms. and for
plied the most accommodating Monticcllo the terms, I
on \\ho
Subscriber of the Protection Insu- Ladies misses and childrens do. tortoise shelltuckand sale low best Gun Ponder Oil
actionto the agent ; soap : : Flints.
EDW. Abt
t SEIXAS which wi'be liberal, apply to me in 1 : 1 t
Hartford Connecticut. In every application side combs, splendid ; gentlemen's bead purses; alnhasec. of bergamot lemon and
essences : .
. Florida. rance company, peppermint: !
M" 29 4Hf Druggist, : will the remaining in the etj.
'v fair value of the must be fashionable work baskets do. pocket hzxndkerchicfo \ addIton .
the Cash property ; ; corks : and a few dozen Low's superior shatin*aw/
t evidence furnished of the correctnesS do. worked and laced a handsome assortment oi to Monticello, and give a bargain if applied for soon: J
COMMISSION llECEIVINGANDFURWAH.-1 stated; and satisfactory caps; N'ov 23d lotfj] TURBUTT R: Br:TTON: writing paper : Ink : quills: Louisiana a 1 comic
of the representation, and the good moral ribbands ; artificial flowers ; belts ; hair curls of all manacs suited for ths J\tltdp by the doze *:r a 1
tigned i have formed a co-partnership under the firm of' character of the applicant.The solvency of the Office shades ; perfumery ; cologne water etc. ; most fash- YSPEPSIA AND I IVER-COxPLAIN -- These article? selected by the subscriwr } 4

,1 Falonar # Kimbrough for the purpose of transacting I. and its fairness and punctuality may be confidently relied ionable leghorn bonnets of fine quality, one of which Li Dr. J. P. PETERS Professor of JuV- Ncw-Orleahi, and warranted to answer mfscriptioi. i : (
and for-
I 'n peiviml Agency commission mid receiving on. E. PERKINS. will be dressed to the fashion ot New York ; an assortment dicine, who, for several years, has Physiological> .-, ; For sale by F. B. WHITING.

wanliog! business. Being prepared to make the usualadvances Orleans. : Tallahassee. V.J.22.1831. 27tf of splendid veils ; Prussian red stockings, attention to the treatment of chronic or inveterate rntire dis- St. Mark, January 18th 1 ;34. 233wLAND '
in New
on consignment to their friends and colours assortment of jewelry,
of all sizes ; an has
succeeded chemical
New York Baltimore, Philadelphia, Providence -' and casos, by analyois and syn- NEGROID!: &r.. FOR -
J PLANTERS' HOTEL.JOHN such as ladies fine breast pins, earrings finger thesis, in forming a combination from several proximate SALB-Tht 1
devote their time wishes sell
unnstonftn'd to to out
dUpo&ed watch etc. lamps tacks brass property on th
rings, keys ; patent ; ;
vegetable principles which he has
exclusively to the interest of those confiding business \V. REAVES begs leave to inform his nails a large assortment of metal bells, from 16 inches Alteticinae Stomachic ghcn the :II wanllcFlorida. Consisting of seven hundred arid .
made the arrangements that he has taken a lease of, and after the ; name rt Hcputicac ; which has odd acres of land of
I to their charge, having necessary down to the smallest size ; Goshcn cheese ; fresh far efficient than thirty hammock 1 very
10 forward cotton to New York or elsewhere 1st of Sept. nextwill occupy that establishment sowcll and figs and fever drops, warranted to proved more any remedy heretofore quality. About two hundred acres in {rood sup l .

) with expedition by vcfsclsof li ht draft of water at known as the Planter's Hotel in the city of Tallahassee cure prunes Port wine;, ague 7 years old, as neat as when imported mi discovered id and., in which curing those distressing maladies of cultivation ; and a considerable quantity of lnrha It
r the lowest rates of freight, a liberal share of public lately kept by Capt. Brown.-This is the most and a lot of handsome seal skin funks ; 30 bbls.] the body, arc comprehended un- field, easily prepared for cultivation. Twelve .
: I is solicited. spacious and commodious house appropriated to similar c' r sWleli.lg terms DYSPEPSIA and LivER-CoM- l in Florida excellent muli
I patronage respectfully flour 3 do. fine flavored New York negroes as any : team (If
sweet superfine
.. A. IL FALCOM1R.HW. ) In all Florida, and after the completion of ; PLANTS-i is l.kewise an almcst certain cure for en
1 purposes beef starch, and sundry other articles,which I and oxen: a very select siocu of cattle, consisting tC{
//. KIMB 0 UGH. embracing all the premises now in I ; porter; Iu : the .,PLLE.V.Among .
C. the improvements, about head stock of h
'I' together with his former flock, constitute a very: hand fifty : a good <9gs : about ton;
ItEFEREJfCES will be inferior to none, in attractions to the symptoiusof Dyspepsia Liver-com- of
'F progress assortment. ((38J] JAMES C F.CCLES thousand weight (neat) pork, excellent quality: about
I fl- Shorter, Tarter t. Cu., O'cn. Hoicard.Judge Colquitt, st.ranger&. traveller. J. W. R. grateful for that share of some planits, are llatulenc) sourness jr burning in the stomach fifteen hundred bushels of CVolina corn- I.

-t Drs. Hoxty $. Urquhart, P. D. Woodru-Cu1umbuS. partiality which tho public have generously hitherto HIRES H SUPPLY OF rEV GOODS.-KERR melancholy y, .rritabiluy., disagreeable taste in the also, a variety of andes, indispensable[ in tint.
Gen. R. K. Call awarded him the that with enlarged jj7 and STURGE have lately received from New mouth; great which setle I
Jat. JL Sorter! Esq.-New York. indulges hope, irregularity appetite, is sometimes ment cultivation! of a nantatIO!
f. Ron.1. M. H'-iile-Florida. Dr. D. L. r/u/e.-Gads- means of contributing to the comfort of his guests andan Orleans, Baltimore and New York, new flour, Ken- veracious and'ai other times greatly deticient ; The whole will be disposed of, together: on t accommodating (

Ii& den County. ug. 31. 1833. 3tf unabated desire to give universal satisfaction, that tucky and Scotch bagging and bale rope, together thirst fetid breath nausea, weakness of the stomach, terms, or the land al(.\nc. One half vey thi
ull continue to receive the which has with a large supply of blankets, Kerseys M. sattinets, aid eructations
OK S jiLiJ.-One leather top Borouche and harF ho patronage palpitation drowsinesss, rrcgularuy purchase ..oney will be required in hand, the balaaa
bn-n extended him. llf for plantation use. They daily expect per brig Rose of the bowels, the
ness, complete! for one or two horses. As the gentleman heretofore to pressure on stomach after meals, in three equal annual instalments. The purchaser tgvc )
and schooner Lady Washington, a larg'' and well selected the head
in dizziness
for whom it was ordered declines taking it; pLa or vertigo ; confusion of ; alien on the whole p-operty) sold : to receive ths I
If fall s'ock of dry goods, groceries, htrdwar, mind attended
; it will be sold for cost and charges .ipply to '- FRESH DRUGS. china and crockery ware, together with a further large in tri, stomach with when the. loss of chilliness memory,affection i gnawing last pavinciiu The improvement on the land, are of ,
f'.. rh MI\-, nolia.111r BJLTZELL 4':-<>: JJ'lll1'ECUU.EL; WINK K VICKERS that having and- supply of bagging and bale rope, which they ran afford sight and hearing. pain und weaknui in the hark, a per.i.inenf.:."..'M: !I.'kiriJ>r l l-3, than"2 (1?..) rommo-i ina:" O"r new ft counti..
purchased large to sell on moderate terms for cash or produce, at I languor, disturbed sleep, cold feet and hands trtm. r ri
4 _I_ LOJXD4TTORXIESATL.WIlaiiig splendid assortment of drugs any of their stores at St. Marks, :Tallahassee, Dui.cansville .- I, ::.sine in the throat, pain in the side: BJ1.: 1 t .1.: "t.-A'* .IOUus., t.i..g i"lh\tlt t
, ? assoc .t..ed themselves: \%ith a view to the practice 4+ recently purchased atN-Y. or Bainbridge, Georgia.; They intend '.... .\.-I brln t. &c. caugh or JL four looms each twenty toct :q,.are, COifCle i

will attend the court of Appeals and other courts .. by Dr. John :\l'Lemore-in. ing their new stores at Tallahassee, and at Ba.mbr'.dpc! I r The above maladies lead to affections of the with a large sto.-e house fronting the public square i !i

I in Tallahassee, and other courts in the adjoining counties form their friends & the public by the 1st November, at either of which plitces. planters !! : ;r .Inch, liver, awl heart organic the town of Monti-'.-Ilo:-apply .to E. U lUTE "
; terminating m Dr'pyConApoplexy -
at Quincy, Marianna, Apalachicola B.y and generally, that they will generally and their former friends will find \. -:> I i ....:'t "I. ,&r. according to the climate, hab- ..i-tiarv I j I h 1- 'lI 3t

: Monticello.r accommodate persons on the their interest to call and judge for themselves.K I I :v. c, sex, and temperament of the L T.ccKa aitcr at'-, rf.plic iti. will ti. iT.r.ic W
Business confided to their care will be promptly at- most liberal and reasonable terms, with ar'iclc and S. will Advance -- patient SIX .
every buy cotton or .0 plrt.r i i i'n pared by J. P. PEi'EHS M. D. coimry:: court -f Gadsdcn county tt'r Ictten
teni'cs. >. The one or the other may always be foundha&see. I usually kept in their line of business; and hope that disposed to ship to any part in the United *:t'-.c s or and sole Mihedgcvillc, iulministrat'on (1 the estate of Ilcnrr.Beltroan.236w .

l&- -! strict attention &assiduity to businesswill, entitlcthem Liverpool, or they will receive and 'forward rottet., propretor.1'cs.ii'1'ltals.NumcToul :crttflca tezs b. Jduc .--. i.;.
might JOrES.
So pt. 28. 1833. 7tf to a liberal share of public patronage. Their store is take trills, lading, invoice, and order insurance, fr.r i <(1 iclative to the extraordinary cures -
performed Ot.TON.-fhe subscriber is
l' r .\HB 11tUSCAN[ COMMISSION BUS1ESS situated in Jefferson street, in the house recently occupied small commission, and they assure their friend and by using these bui the ptre-
; following are thought make libeial
'1, :. AT APALACHICOLA, ELORIDA by Edward W. Dorsey and Co. 9tf the public that Ireights can be obtained through iLcfi I, sufEcien to satisfy the imnrij, of the most to advanceso.
The subset' l ibcrs, having; associated themselves toget N. B. Doctor Lewis will attend to our Drug Store on moderate terms. St. :Marks October 26th 11 r :I I Dr. James skejrticai, : t ntSi ed to his care fr ihip
absence. WINN I I FrfT E'JCtll, Author of the Medical Companion New "o'k cr ( Orleaws
; er under the stile and mm of FORD & HARDIN, during our VICKERS. : W J
October lltf J.FW DRUG STORE, .1U.UU.i.X.1.-The subscriber o Fawy Physician.
: transacting a General JJ''iRE HOUSE aadCOJl.VSSOY Talhhasse 29th date on
linsiness at Apalachicola.. Having i has just received by snip America, from \EW-ORLEANS!, Dec. 20 h 1833. terms. !I

I, ina-lf' suitable o ( arrangements with several vessels for FRESH DRUGS. N loW York complete assortment of fruh and gei.u- To whom it m'ty co.icirn. Tuts is .o certify, that I ; 1834.:

the direct tiansporttition of Cottoi., &c. either to New ine Drugs and Medicine, also pams: oils, glass and have WH& 'lif .irtti. "v )r. I

York or New Orleans t and having facilities at all g1Pa w f.) 1P m1l'U1m ut (f1Q dye stuns, patent medicine, perfumery, surgeons n.struincnts .- Stoinachictt tt liepalica. in a number! of very obstinate 1VILLIAtJ P4T

times within their power to make reasonable advances J'I received a full supply of fresh drugs, piccs: etc. etc., comprising syrup, sarsaparilla Dyspi 4 -: anu Li\'-,-atk-c. h.i, rt!o.i standing,like COMMISSON

upon produce consigned to their care and management; etc etc ext. Belladona, ext. cicuta, extract quinine, prussialt wise in>e;oral cases>of;he narenr.ts; oi'tho: pleen ; l

they would respectfully tender their services and solicit Also, sugar; bodcr's Thermometers eraduated to300 iron, sal martis dicitaliss:; ,corrosive sublimate.turpcch and iu affectswcre era!}' .,asr-.niihirg. I have no he-

a liberal patronage in the above line of businoss, degrees, on brass scales ot lit inches ; Litmus Turner- mineral, isinglass,iodine, gumkmo,Henry's magnesia slUion in declaring it in*. 1:1.1.1 \.ttnJlt preparation Refer to-GIBSON & SYLVESTER,

pled ing their personal and inditidual attention to all ic, etc. :' Maynard and Noye's celebrated Ink and Ink mana, sulphate morphium, n.usk, oil croton, English for '..hos distressing ai'm.nt..haI" eve r come within HENRY HITCHCOCK, )

.I business consigned to them either for sale or other- Powder; Lowe and Reeds genuine Chlorine tooth blue moss, pulv. aitcravrtalis,hellebore,squills, sargo, my know.etc. j.J-. LiIi L \i. D. 1. KONEY, Charleston [ I

1V ise. wash the best article known for diseased teeth and ergot, forcrugruk seed, cepha.ic snuff, isinglass issue LcKrtns Ctun-'y, Ga. 1333.

Their Ware Houses and Close Stores are undergoing gums ; Bullards Oil of Soap for cleansing oolen plasters, Swaims panacea, ditto :Vermifuge, quinint hr. Peters i.- wlsil i .1sri;1. REMOKiL: REoUOV.iNEi.GOODS !
cloths salts Lemon for ink and stains in strychnine morphium, breast ni shields j you to sent me three ioreparcels
will be and commodious ; ot removing pipes ple ,
a thorough repair, large oi I
cloth Lucifer and Phosphorus\ matches Osborne's cupping instruments, complete with ,, stomach your li..n" tiave taicn the one you .
situated in a desirable part of the town, and as exempt ; ; ; pump- sen: me hy ;vjr. Ant l r las
the fire other house of celebrated water colours, etc; beautiful glass ink stands pumps, complete with metallic pumJ's'lc.., electrical .f. me very
from dangers ot as any a I think '
similar character, on the Point. and Pounce boxes ; fancy and medicated lozenges ; battery, glass funnels, glass sloped Is. lan.p glass, leaving one more I p-r.' ': ihi concluded c.ire me, but a: yuuof sjJl.k LA. TEXTMKRCHAJTf./

WM.; P. FORD, (late of Augusta, Ga.) patent barley, powdrrcd, sago etc. etc. All of which male and female urinals, crown lai.ccts, turnkeys, r of soon, to got and keep two
will be sold for cash credit.E. hawk bills needles parcel yrur mi'ninc, for tear I may ou II.A.P iER
KDWD. J. HARDIN, (Apalachicola.) cheap or approved surgeons passaiics: trusses, gold taken *
day e Hwu.gain. nd should be able
I Fontaine Smith B. PERKINS. leaf, amine, Camel's hair pencils, water colour paints, noi to
REFERE.CES.-SteU'art <$- <$ it.
.Mor an. J. S. Calhoun. M. W. Perm. & Co. T. & .'tt.Eras Tallahassee, December 14th l4tf carmine saucers, self syrenges, some of the very valuable 6ulnil VV. EILAXDS T.lILORS.
$: Co., Whittick Greenicoodfy:Co.,-Columbus. preparations of Mr. ( IORGEV.. CARPENTER, l B. The above case aj one o severe Dyspef tic Successors r tie late firm of

BtJ art <$- Knceland, Jas. Hamilton fy Son.John R. I ROWAND'S Philadelphia( :.) oxt. sarsaparilla, 'loi pu'ifyingthr L-'vcr affection ; but was entirely rcm.>ved by the ./OULD rcspectfuly infonn their
?ilkin. -NewYork.E. blood and invigorating the system generally. u;; fl ';"-o parrfii of Medi iue J. 1-. Pj.TEUS.i V the generally, that they &

W. Gregory, Bogart $. Hawthorn.-N. Orleans.St TONIC MIXTURE.A Ext. Buchce for complaints of the bladder, urrth i Lu -ens C nty, Ga., .JV'.r. 4t'i 1333.j their establishment t to Jefferson street, j

John 4- Leacens, T. W..VcCcy.--Mobilc.: FULL supply of this valuable medicine is just etc.: comp'd syr. liverwort, an invaluable remedy: fur !: To all whom it may concern :--The undersigned' was of the post office, t the store formcrally[ 1

Aug. 17. 18J3.: Itf received. I shall hereafter have it constantly on coughs, consumption, etc. citrated kuli fur iv.ak'iit! : the: I scveiey .iffli<: (J "'iiua Dyspeptic and Lirtr afiection the office of the Floridian, where they : .

I hand. neutral mixture, Harrow gate sails, :h',, cc cclcusaud medicines I 1ft". 'uar} yc.:.. and tolloucit the ad'irt n'" Physicij a general assortment of fall and winter ,

1 CHEAP: TRACT OF LAND FOR SALE. IT is WARRANTED TO BE A SAFE AND EFFECTUAL of Mr. Thompson Kidder! B..:.toii ; viz.: Kelps j j ans considercu Cl ilr.: in their prolt. MCI., witlioufj the latest fashions; just received fron r

f; liE subscriber offers to sell a tract of land, situ REMEDY FOR FEVER ANt AGUE, IF TAKEN AGREEABLETO botanical drops, said to be a most certain andelliCiiiul :j, '1.\'Uncfit-. I .nM. y tried D-. !\l.. > '* Jit'ci.'itcStoviackiccc now would respectfully lender their

T ated in Jefferson county, immediately :n the THE DIRECTIONS. Reports having b'cn circulatedthat remedy for every disorder arising from an impure et* ...., aUtr. i dn_: ue >t two their patrons for past fnoms-their fresh

neighbourhood of capt.Iutay's, containing about this mixture contains arsenic, I' am directed by state of the blood, and humours, atlur.atie pills for female I paivoifound; t..} ,.fi? s1; :. :1 to .'llt.C1 nraiih ; my and winter goods, consisting- a very h

. 400 acres of oak, hickory and hammock land ; as ant the Ptoprietor to say that these reports are utterly false complaints, obstructions, hypochondim'. ami countenanco, in--- .J. ..ig pale und haggaid, resumed of superfine cloths, cassimers

I eligible location for the planter, there are none superior -and I am also authorised to offer a Reward of 10, billious! pills, vegetable specific for dyspepsia and indigestion its formci iv .;;1.. 1-.ppcarancc, and,incredibleas of a great variety and of the latest }

1 m"he country, and as an invaluable ..recommenda 000, Dollars to any one who will prove the existenceof rheumatic linarnent, Hunters syphilitic mede it may appear, 1 guinea near twenty pounds additional arid style, viz :

! tion, it has beautiful stream of never failing water the lcast particle of Arsenic, Mercury, Antimony, Dumfrey's ointment, pile remedy, eye water, British weight in the s>hur space of ten weeks. It is Superfine blue, b.nck.adlaidc, mulberry,

running immediately through it, with every other facility or any other poisinous ingredient in it. amisceptic denlrificc, albion corn plaster, cambrian near five months since Liking the medicine, and I have oliveinvisible, boti k green,drab <$.steel

necessary to the planter: any further information In ordcr to prevent imposition fiom counterfeits, no tooth ache pills. With other articles .00 numerous to felt no return of the disease, nor have I the lest reason superfine blue, black,steel mxtd, fawn

I may be had by making enquiry at this office. persons except authorised agents will be furnished by mention, the above for sale low lor cash,or an approved ii suspect] that I shalL I would earnestly recommrnt dark, strip, ribbed, Leopold marine-

October 12th 9tf THOS. B. WINN.POR the Proprietor with the mixture to sell again, I am credit. E. C. LEOG AltO DRUGGIST. all persons similarly afthcud, t make trial of ( BaCk satin, black

: sole agent for Midele Florida, and am assured by Mi- Alurianna, October 2Gth I ntf the same rcmet> BRYAN ALT.KN. buff cashmere, figured silk,and
ALE. Valuable HOUSE AMD LOT. in
S Rowand that (except a small lot sold to Mr Eccles), white and figured Marseilles, plain black
: Decatur Geo. FLORIDA LJ1&D FOR The ab)ve m. dicine are put up in parcels with luldirection
County, any person not a single bottle has been or will be sent, or sold by .rlLE'. velvet, and toilnet vestings. etc. etc.
wishing ituation in Bainbridge will do well to avail for using. From one to three parcels
a him, to any person in Middle Florida, to me undersigned wi Likewise. a general assortment of
except : having of
purchased General be
themselves of this opportunity a great barg.n will TtlE necessary to complete a cure The price is $5,
; If Arsenic has been discovered! in mixture caUed the of land in plain clotiiing, viz.
any township Superfine
be and suit Fayclle Floridagran parcel. For s.ile by E. B. PERKINS, readymade
given to
For further: payments particulars apply the subscriber on Rcwand's, it mutt hare been in some of the spurious imitations. ted to him by the Congress of the United States, offer sole agent lor Florida. 2312m and L fancy coloured dress &. frock coats ;
All persons therefore, who wish the genuine the same for sale. and steel mixed, overcoats and coatees;
premises. Tonic Mixture-should be cautious of whom they purchase This land is situated in the immediate neighbour OF C. camlet cloaks, with a handsome variety 37.27'I
4th 1834. 214w DISSOLUTION lIP.-Thc
i Bain5ridgeJanuary it: My label will be en every bottle Sold by me: hood of Tallahassee, and is be'ieved, for fertility of toiore existing frm pantaloons ; lambs wool, and Canton !

; SURGERY. 4-c.-Doctor W. \V.r. E: B: PERKINS Sole Agent for Middle Florida: soil, and local advantages, to be more valuable than of Lockermau and Craig was dissolved by tuualcon- and drawers; fine linen shirts, linen dress

t 1 MEDICINE respectfully announces himself to Fov23dCONSUMPTION IStf any other land in the territory.The sent, on the first inst. all ncrsons to the late collars ; with a splendid variety of fancy I

the citizens: of Tallahassee nnd its vicinity,as a practi.t Southwestern part of the township adjoins the firm are requested to call and settle their accounts with gentlemen's dress, such as plain,pletcd.

tioner in all branches of the medical profession. city of Tallahassee, from which point to the shipping either of the subcribers.EDVARD. bombazine, S3Lt and velvet sLoes; eum

: He has taken the office formerally occupied by )r. port of St. Marks, a distance of about twenty miles, LOCK ERMAN, webb, and net suspenders ; -
Aiken, ami' more recently by Dr. Craig. 216w CURED. a rail road is in contemplation to bo made, in a short 22LfVILLIAM P. CRAIG. and lambs-wool half hose ; fine buck-skin

DE LA MONTERAT'S COLUMBIAN VEGETABLE time.The knit, linen, cotton, and silk gloves ; plain,

SPECIFIC. navigation ot the St. Marks river has been rr- The subscriber will continue to business on liberal l fancy colored, pocket, and neck hanrikf.,

, the valuable cently improved, to a point ,within six miles of the terms and solicits a continuance of custom from the Jl case of fashionable fine
IS most remedy ever yet discovered for Southeastern part of the township, which will afford friend. f the late firm and the public generally.

cure of Caught, Colds, Consumption, Asthma navigation for a cheap and certain transportation of Jan 11, 1834 22tf] EDWARD LOCKERMAN.W' beaver HJ1TS ; likewise, an
Spitting of Blood, and all diseases of the Breast and produce. .

Lungt. Prepared by J. BOYD, Philadelphia. Itcomposes This land will be sold in parcels to suit those wish ILL be sold on the frt !Monday in February ment of gentlemen's cloth

the disturbed nerves, gives strength to the ing to I urchasc, on a credit from five to I nex at public outcry, in town of Ochccsce the latest fashion.The .
Lungs, repairs the Appetite,improves the Spirits etc. at reasonable prices-those years, three negro slaves, viz : "_ydia, Betsy and Sena, fo subscribers
SALES.-The subscriber loca Bill of Directions each wishing to purchase will the of James hereby guarantees to
having bottle
accompanying of the merly but assigned
AUCTION make property by a
t application to either of the undersigned who may please to favour them with their
in Tallahassee, proposes to do a gen Specific, pointing out in a most conspicuous manner deed of trust to Thomas Btillzcll and Sampson Pope
I WILLIAM B. KUTTALL. with article of in
their line
eral commission business, regular sale days, Tuesdayand all the symptoms in their different stages of the disease I HECTOR: BRADEN to pay a debt due to Richard Carnachan, of Charles on the any most reasonrble clothing terms and 1
as they
Saturday. and particular directions respecting treatment while ton outh Carolina. 21st Dec. 1833.IHOMASBALIZEL.
WILLIAM P. in their
He will also attend to administrator and other sales using it, together with many well authenticated certificates Tallahassee : ) stantly employ, first rate northern
November 23d 833.
15tf they their
in the county. ROBERT J. HACKLEY. of cures, etc. [2-2tdsj] SAMPSON pnpj-. S TiusteesG wi guarantee clothing,
March 23d 1833. 33tf In consequence of the great and increasing demand iCPThe Savannah Georgian, Charleston .tIe.curij, by readymade or to order, to be 1l

N. B. Instruments of writing exectited'with neat- i for this specific, the proprietor is enabled to reduce the Augusta ConstitutionKst, Southern Recorder, Millecige- ItOCEItIE.-'Ihe subscriber has just returned in the most faithful manner and likewise,

.Pess and despatch, by K. J. HACKLEY. price to 75 cents per bottle,thereby enabling it to come yule, Georgia; Richmond Enquirtr,and Star, Raleigh from JV. O. with the following articles in his line. durable materials.
within the reach of all persons. N. C.; will publish the above for eight weeks and for 50 Barrels of Flour: 20 bbls whiskey : 10 barre's A CJRD.HAMLI 1I

ROW TONIC MIXTURE. Dr. CHAPMAN'S waid_their accounts to this office.WANTED New Orleans Rum : 5 bbls Jamaica rum 20 kegs but-

a perfect and lastingcure Anti-Dyspeptic Pills. TO PURCHASE. ter : 20 do.lard: 10 boxes cod fish: 20 sperm candles : V.
& for the Fever and Ague. For sale These Pills have been successfully used by then 20 bbls. mackarel: 20 do. potatoes: 10 do. Orleans

,. wholesale !-etail, by _FLETCHER sands who can testify to their superior efficacy (over WiI A QUANTITY Prime New Cot. molasses. T..qLL .

& AVESTUUTT, Druggist, Appclacki. many other remedies now m use) for the cure of Dyspepsia 1Jlton; for which cash, a id a fair .. LSO.-Pine. Apple Cheese, Pepper, Chocolate, Will:attend business confided '.o.him I

tola, Florida in all their complicated forms they give strength price will be paid, if delivered soon Tea in- Catdies, Raisirs, Almonds; Cognac Brandy try an punctuality. Dc.21s
Mess. debilitated of i Iy .tos.i'ii LADD, Magnoto Oct. 26th lltf Holland Reference*-BEN and JAS.
I hereby appoint Fletcher and I to the organs digestion, repair the appe. & Sounds, Tobc Loa & .
I Wcstcott for the sale of"Row. i tite nausea and sickness of New Orleans Jr., Esquires.
my agents ,removes the stomach, } a. undersigned has come to Florida for the sugar, Soap, Sperm Powder, CO'J
nd's Tonic Mixture" in the Territory bitual coativeness, hcad-ach, palpitation of the heart, THE of settling the account of Mr..JamesM. pur- nails, cinnamon, nutmegs, cianberries, and JAMES
[ Florida Eastern of Alabama and other affections. up All of which will pips LEX.HDERB
of part u many nervous They contain no Garnett, all those indebted to ,Mr. Garnett will h dispose of at very and
.Western part.of Geergia ; who are able to furnish Mercury, nor do they sicken the stomach, they are a make payment to me, or in mr absence to Mr. H. W. R. IL BERRY. Attorney Coel6 at

the said medicines to all who may apply to them en mild and safe cathartic: there is no restriction in dietor Braden before the 10th day of February next, as all January llth 183 22tf. WILL in
drink or to wet or cold while Courts of Leon, Gadsden
4fl favourable terms as they can obtain from the exposure using them.
proprietor notes and accounts not that time will be
Bill of directions : ill -' paid by put SALE OR RENT.- son, in the of Florida and in
himself." Signed! accompany each box of Pills, in suit. f22tfj] JOHN MOORE FOR Irt d/ rf.fourmUes Territory ;
: "JNO. R. Ill WAND." which trill fully explain their effects. or.T*I LAHASSEE, containing 640 acres, seventy Courts of Thoma& Decatur counties of I

"rJ itu1tJpllift, Oct. S4th 1833." 2 Itf Front the well known reputation tncse Pills for DOCTOR J. EDWIN STEWART, of "hi iscleared, withgood buiding. Apply ernjudieial circuit of the State of GITIa

many years, the proprietor {fJ. BOYD, Philadelphia) offers his professional services at this (0' FRANCIS \ Tdlahaaste. November. 23 i
TAKE NOTICE.-AH persons indebted to George deems it.unnecessary to give any further detail cf RESPECTFULLY and its vicinity as Tallahassee, January llth 1834 22tf ID7UA1UT w- mA-- ,

are requested to come forward and I them: A fresh supply has been received. and for sale a practitioner medicine.. His office is on Jeffeisonst. I COMFORT
rule the same with the subscriber no further indulgence I by appointment by 'j ,g. PRIUNS.Tsflaliuee : .next door to Mr. Perkins' drug Btore. DOCTOR DENTIST, informs the la- Attorney at Law, t
will JAB F. LORIMORE Nov 23d gentlemen of Tallahassee, that he ROCKY COUloaT,.
bicn4223wj[ .46tf ,. TaUllhuxc, No., 8341633: I5tf visit ibafplacc i a few-weeks / wi I ApriJ, jf W33. !),. *



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