The Floridian
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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: May 22, 1832
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: 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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
notis - AKP8647
lccn - sn 84022794
System ID: UF00079927:00021
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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"b1isulevcnf! Tuesday Morning' atd11ts U.t''l Lt .tcnirfd "r.rtwdiJ u V fantastical- : ti

P in uh-nnce-or Five in m months t fix they had rather decline than grajnmanans -

t ,' tjj'- jjii.conliin'ed unlessanheoption of gate. Neither dress, address, nor undress conju V

!orcr tcfi'fc arrc'"rars tire putt) : win thorn. Gown, transparent as tinder will

lilt) i 151 mfnts villberonspicuons-ly !in Ttedat sol .r"..- : no sparks, and raise no flamethe fashionable catch

.t l.fi ef.ll''f'r f'inrefor the first ir.MTtion, and "LAISSEZ. NOUS F AIBE.. :=.' only diminishes her own chance of ever nude

"t | for f'Mh sulisequcnt conl uuan, c. All ad- 1 : c- a j'tmme couverie; and the best and becomiuir

tfl.crJIl.t5! "ill'he 1 continued until forbid, unless oth rl.bfrtc B'r3YTh waUa i1 i rtlrt U attired beauty may find a hundred most becomingly _
% m mii.
tt1'r-t'lI1e. 1I1( mA1t 009 aQOOJ'f. !Q rtlt .. ,e'm.. I eager to lead her out to dance but candidates -
ir r.nd rommuniftations no
fJit on all letters lo the r ii'- who will lead her to the 'one _
up altar.
', fir' they| will not rcccive In the co* !
UV1S( ( p1': attl'nI I FOR NEW ORLEANS. i old times, a handsome, clever girl seldom -

(1 FWlliSjsuiisianjial; ao'd l her approprialod. be jmd c.it oi.v' m'lft!} not' flirt herself in favor. to act the failed to ______
1jr fast sitlin" otherwise the ioll coquette with _
Schr.J'ETER appropriated < \vinp
: ginxl
_. _. .. mM to
-- u. For the namely: success, ogle till! she was eyed with
paymejiTfflhe missionary tenderness

jyWe are authorised to announce : H. Sll'JllM J\Ja the aptist len, nfltlOfl, althe :St. Joseph's property,of held Lake by, to court till she was courted, and ultimately,
: ler, Michigan, vahfefhy into a bridal. But such
pPVAL, cflr, fls a Candidate! to represent Will) run as a regular Packet between as agents appointed for that [(mr- triumphs are not to t be achieved -
Ii.follUflt 111 tllC next LrgidatiTiCouncil.. ;.ia-n<.Ha and New Orleans, during the t-_ nose in pursni .G H fie rillb-afubfeofibe treaty of mi L. in these anti-nuptial days Impenetrable

} son. Freiirhts or Passages be present sea- I: Joseph' I Jtwnjpeth epJemBl'f'/line tboQ and eight as the nether millstone is the heart ot t :.
L' auh'.r.z": t'l :UIUIIIII1C( i EO. "1'. cation may secured on appli hundred aIr five bachelor a modem
r \, 'trc ) to Gco. A. Phelps' &. Co. at New-Orleans RreiilK-eight.' thousand seven hundred you might as well pelt a
E. : cl.ndlctc to represent Leon CountytivcOounril. \ G. Bur ess, orVI11. }and fifty cents with a pea-shooter.
q. Magnolia. Neither
!nl\ Dec. 21, 1530. )16tf .! change of V
\ .; ** & scene,
dlfJ1e."L.- -- andtwentYCDed i gofjtne Cherokee for j im"Ae I. the most tempting opportunities throw nor

GEORGE S. HAWKINS ed Irealy of eighth July him off his him
guard. Bath
CE arr authorized to announce ALKXA1N.nTi 6. .>ne th >asfipiition .__ rrTJd seventeenand the Brighton, Cheltenham
U ,
? L'sq. a candidate to \1 Indfljnilion LTl UUNG y and coul1scJl at LAW. Mariann : \ oft I. confyeritrPFeb pic-nic3saihing parties, rides, drives V
represent Florida. : 3 a nary one thousand eighl to the shooting visits ____
pCI. flJ Counties in the next Legislative: Janun.ryGh 1831. 20lf !. hundred and mhe n, foar tI.lt sand five hundred and park-enclosed mansion; and Christinas

:11 Ol\ll\lIT'rED-'fo LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES sixty eight dollars i,,? ---i' festivities, united by the ki -sanctioning mwletoe!

thp... T _1'1,11v PASSED A1.pruved.2pri,1S32.! () used in the days of our fathers be ,
-' AT THE FIRST SE5SION nv THE 22J .: to provocatives ,
) en the 17th of ---- to matrimony that few
Lt: ? tjiJtln1.T':1 April, 1832, asaUunayay .aP.ti .. could resist. But thtse talismans
a Negro Alan, who his -- have -
says name is Dennis, and ; -- -- --- lost their charm. In vain

In, j-u.ion: will l be open for the reception of that he belongs to Jordan Smith, "Washington County [PCBLIC No. 15.] POTI1.; belles redouble their attentions the do our _
G o or sia he is i ; beaux still
about 25 AN ACT
fir-t Monday of July next under years ofa e feet 7 inches supplementary the remain
1i11JSI'll1IlIl' to several laws for single; celibacy is the order of V
I his -
high the
dress V
i is white
,f MrlL K. M'ClIntock..m.rtii.ous homespun the day; we
sale of
,. "IIt!tfljcI1Ce < pantaloons: brown the Public Lands. have no hu-sband-men but

t-Ailt f"I'" aid (, : edifice is now nearly rom- I The round owner Jacket is, white cottrn shirt, and a black wool hat. Be it enacted by the Senate find House of Jlcpsenlaticcs plough; no vokc-t llowi, but the those who hold tee VV
collar-makers _
15therI'\! '*'!' hc\lthr"Jlh c of Quill: ('), and take him requested. to prove property, pay charges of the bulled Slates of America in Con the f honey-moon is in eclipse : :
nw\ : Cupid
r. tb- \ iciuity: of1.Il"I'J, good boardingnnccuible : ) assembled may turn his
..dm gress That bow
from into
,.. : and after the first a fiddle-stick and!
families. JAMES BRYAN Jr. Jailor. clay play a solo
of (though
1U.1l1U: Tall:1'I3.SS May next, all tIle public lands of we have beaux
April 17, 1832. the United I enough who
1 ''5Clli1ltr.1Un<.; nun will be prepar'il) for Stales and when offered are mere sticks, with- V '
1'.1' jtt.V. O1 j! :l' t1\ the I uncteol States, (,r for at prh'atcale, ny be out any uch metamorphosis:) and Hymen with
*.')" purchased at use of his extinguished
.-. : .fri ny Ilf tC'! ,11t't"'I jq'.f'sLons. NOTICE.-All persons having entire option Hie purchaser: cither in torch, may fly to that (heaven

"' al.tt'1 n':1: 11 r ton win !v pail tn tIlt' 1110\:115 and t'i.LTnt; the est!ail- of Danii-1 sections half sections, quarter .sections: half ---- -- -- --- where the- marry 01 not.- neithf--nu_.r n-.,.. tJu.or.." :U'1I:1l.__ !_ V V
fashbnrn :1 111
.,...,".1. tb IWI"! .'! ,.awl l H) ]'i-event cxtrav.ipim: Iud d.;-M.arr hereby nc.iied that unless the quarter sections, or quarter quarter sections; and NllOIJIS MISSED. marriage. '-
:" intids! eti'rns-.tl to the U s. nted !.LIl .s.inie: arc p.r- in etery case of a division ofa half The world is 1
,T .X'V'l "lit :lo itm :, e.I- ( % authenticated tq tile aJiiiinisrrai: within quarter .-ection, gay and fair lo us, -

'. : ort1l'III'Uh.ild: !, will \\It rtrictly applied: tu thc i\vo ye irs, they will !b' f ':v, r Inrn: d. And the hue for the division thereof( shall run east and I And now we journey on, On the rapid flight of Insects.-A writer in the

: ; 'l1d : nthcli,!uitinonpnwnlHd.nnl indebted i lo the fstuti: arc requested to wake immedi persons west, and the corners anti contents ot'qu&tl"tcr(1113r- And till 'tis sad to think '",viii be 5th number of the Journal of the Royal! Institution

f Tr. :; ot lic} l11"iLl.\1 tio.i :s -ntU-n.m: (1f.itJ. I- ate payment, as no indulge ra ran !h"> iriv. n. ter sectionsvnic2i may thereafter be Cld: .shall The same w hen \ c are gone. of Great Britain relates, that in passing along the

,. a tUl, 31141 !1a. arquurt" considerable cx'e- U' }IJ.-UT;:[ FOUDES, AcllJ1"t be ascertained as nearly may l lit', in theii.anncr Some few, perchance J Liverpool and Manchester rail-way at
speed of
:Ma may mourn for
hi I 13. us
< and
JIt pn.es.1011.'nt ( i'3. on the 24 miles
J'i J.drl'rUi\il"a( h'ahhim'\s if th! vilt'te :uid ,'.{ _. ;0. : I the )H1l1cipt'-direc1t.1: and prescnled by lltil soon the Iransicnt gloom an hour, he observed one of the smaller V ,
-I-1.i"llc'(1: second humble
.1 : -- : section of an act entitled 'A Lik bees (Jlpis subinfej-
the ah'II 1 ii act conrvruMig h.d"w S of the rupta), flying for a con
cf Mmlil: :, are a111'II lIIany ( hiisrftlnrx.x'olice. I summer cloud .
the I siderable
FC: I I of surveying i the distance, and
1..ra 'I1.f tllisimtitu.j"I1, aMI : public lands i of Shall leave keeping pact with the train
cdhrtht' : Ff 'T".J our
r* ,JITC t : ;,; "4i.S ,- j t, ji .v. ,' I t ; 1 United States narrow tomb apparently without
| : nccn { passed the
sran-- on the eleventh slightest
; tv:3V ':< \:j.ibio: a&s-.mtK'c i iSiat h iA '. : I day :f effort in fact, the
i.\:! '\
; h'-11 1
\ / thr i h.'i''ltit" l wi1! mcri: a ll1 'f'' 4 ;'l" roll! ,
cs ; iivi-n i for
; .s O18l 1 its
j .1 t-y: lo; nil 'ti' :etliIHIelllltall1lJl
.. fl.. !p': ''i'I> j 1.-- \Wdl'I'! 'j I to jiii-- per- : c\\'er or more titan one A long the mighty accompainamtnt was not in a straight lfa\
l'r esiatr: : I < M'U.J-: ) niih Lit uiti. deep, 1 but. in
"h'r.-, <\f I ru'in: ill the )lal1dl\lt nut Lu: t del'" : Iwd 'S; th..tt' "a, ';t r ;. IHt.td['eiyipctit <'ti cil and sixty acres, siaiJ: III like manner, as That Jiti their crcats tile that well known zig-zag mode of t1. hten.ahe "!>- .
t au
.. t' 141 t.oI.U"!! p"I' Il't.'r'l'r. pr. .' t' : t'f 1 1t. ,J lUY1.1: ';. !rai" .' i .:I'aills'. i.e; i', il.o may I be praclic.ible 1 : be subdivided into (quarter And tin n and frown, : when these insects are hovering iron
: r"'tH"l1t ':!Il t'h!' f5 23 p"fqr. i .inisprc-' qnaiter:; tilltler are lulled to sleep; 'flower to flower insearch ,
'II ,.clibh 'lp ibrj'yltn.f \ ". y. .. ) sections i .i.CII IMJCH.. and regulations "While ( food. Several house

:1; tit o ,t 01) pvr du. C.: 1 n L'u< X' A.lm'rs as may be prescrilied by tile Secretary of the other billows swelling come, !blue bottle, and horse flies were alsrf repelled ;
tica- vs-
r' ; thy ndf! I'I' term.hel1 the 1.1"'rii.im: ... ..., ( r"j.t ". 1 I'j .. > : 1-: IIJ\; : Provided, 'l'i oa t tnis act iiall not I le con!! Amiu the fuam and spray, iters; the rapid motion seemed to have r.<) efUct

; n.cr \I'rm I kIll: tC 4tJlr-r. strued to aiter And, asve view their furrow upon[ them! for t
; sometimes
any'pl'cial track darted
provision they
"j. made law onwards
Tret by
4t I tai13fl i.r J.l1 j .n tft he nude to the !: JOL.'t. ,I 1)/l'. ,i' ( )1."i'.. I for tile sale of land in town lots: And, P'ovided Sink down, ami_here are they ? for a ll-w let; or yards, or balanced ti1cm.*-;\'S

0 JnH'Tli.' 't: t 'IDJ n- ] 4 t'-Pi CrI L; LL Y j ;Ol1n" itt' ci- .il-! >I, That no person shall le permitted to enter And even thus stctJilo"er any given point, though" au In..t..i1t.. !

: .** ""' '.' .' : 111 1)1) .' than 1 one half:, qu.uter i section i of thc waves shall roll, whenever they deemed it expedient to
11. H'' !r'xT' I'ailAl.asw-! .. I land under part coni-
: js \.ciniiy, ( 'I h Like
\\ i Trusi >. fc s'.!I', r Hi. Hi" II' (this], act, in quarter those but now P'MIC witty, were for in the I
V v1.. >"r'' ".f" -v % set! '..-; 'i:'". 1 quarter sections, in )his iwn The past, away rear. The \\-arad .

I il..,V '\ .TF j'1 ,. :\. li. ie!: ujay 4>.'f i '1111:1 :;. hib rfJinrxt door name,;| or in the name of any other person and i in offspring of the d. pihs beneath, morover was blowing obliquely against the Irin;

; I. l Y c : ,,'. ,'ri,!' ''t" r .ranlU.:, i.l(5, t ii.br> h'u' iho..'- t j no) case" unless: he intends it ll;,r cultivation, or lor' The children of the biabt. with a current of such strength that the pien- -

!r\. ) I : I p. 'f.1.. itt: .1 IU l' :: ( Ii! :<:rt" ". t j t the I use of his improvement) : and I the And ever thus shall men drise, gers had to hold on their hat, ?. Under alt' circum:

.1\.. \ pr'\"I.h\p, $forrov.* t ;, 1n. \J .Ij' : : 'Ir i kuijT application to make an entry under j>ersnn&this mai And be like those thu !he, stances, therelbre, of the wind's opposition, ;.i>d .

"; .'. "", 1'1. 3:>HwJl. iia lll.t? ots' ; shall: tile nis and her atlidavit under act, And man 110 more be nlis.Vd i t the irregular motion of the insects, their locomo .
1I I fra e'tilde.' such regula!;!- on land,
I irJ.KHENCKS.i,1 : :.1 1 I 'S. F..- : '"-.1. -in -i 1: ll.I.) '1.1\,1., ';:. j tions!1 as the .Secretary of the Treasury, may prcscnbe Ihau wave upon: the sea. tive |>owers coild: not less than Horn 30 to 40 miles;
en rr.i. I l-L4 hour.
"'. n \, r\l. j.i.1 ::, "1: 'Wir. _4..1 tin : j that: he or Mir makes the an
-.u !"t'r'i! tlii': in .
< r, his
nji'1! <--iui! : t > .iiiiil-; entry or -:00&000
!1. i,;. \1 j.Ll. liU'., tiLc't j j j her own name lor. Compared with
V, ', : ,-;',tj. .c IS JI\\'C) liy :1n t'l alll1tn'Oll I his or her own benefit and not tiebeautiiihly: arrayed rnu-cu-
!''i' ; ;p !* it '. 11.\:1. d. iu uid J ill trust t for another ; )N G. lar powers of those minute
I't\t- \ '. a ulI..l lie! .Maic to : Provided further beii'gs in creation Imvf
.t'; :. '. ., j'roiot ?!imn That all ,
1'1' .' <
(11 .' > l' "v.Vi duly au hcn.Kute.l: : ni inn I aetllallnJ'I'." lY insignificant are those rilichccnce.
"_ ihe tiu: ]pn-vul-ed by k'liijr!! Jioue-kl'I'pi.rupolI! ; tne pub THOMAS MOORE, ESQ. with all it'advarmtagcs
-- '' i-av. ; jvjd to tii >s" ind'l.'t-d] {II niaKc !i aynifiit iii lIe l.inds.shall! nave the right of : On one of 11 ii use has hitherto been able to accomplish!

Slwl'ia; Salt: .1Ut cJd'C.. II. i )'.:.I'0l Adin'f.Wi'h l ter'itilln six months alter f-I.tupt jolt to (ii- Their sweet nights that oft by mechanical mean V .

,. ,. .. t :C t 1 : \* 1J n"* ire rot the pa the
"Ill' ; ,1,1 < >U "" "1-41 usll ::UICX".1.: act, 'not .':"l"'f'ding- the Beneath .
1 1) 111.1'4::1 'I', I '.I"tl ('XP'Ii'f' to 1.1 i" ,!t' hi; ;ht'.s: I ( .lttl'id"a! r >., Fnri.l.i| AI.nIIO I h ] W: i i-- sv'-. terecfitin under the quantity of one half quar my ca>cim-iu low and suit ATTEMPTED- j I

: ud1"l !' .,1' II C'HC': : ;t ill 1t' C..ity ,,f Tt13- i -.- clude( uis their provisions of this act to in- I heard a Lesbian' lover sin"AnUiiaiemd ; SUICIDE. '11
on :.1'lIrJ.till: .l .Il 1 ..1' .hw': Ud.t, Ld' &1tN I improvements; under such re rulatinns built with ear and : Saturday morning last, a young man of '
;- tui,1utheuMttM--l, } 11f th, Ci'\i : I DL'H) :Irivinjr I--ncah'cl; l I, ; ; as have: : been, or may be The thought I genteel 1 9
\ ,( : : i :! .-art : ; ibcnisrlvrs in 11 lie : prescribed by the '" tttiiU iixin the night-breeze! appearance, stepped into a barber's

,' 1.tI10'l'.1! :: : -n to "I'1hoh' all 1 I 1x'rUB.i 'o lip plCtil''ofIEDICJ) !:, oiler their( pn.'iVs..innal' I!j Secretary two\ of; the Treasury; and III cases where tli, happy as th. Gods i is Je cauuht- shop in this city and after waiting a few j.iin-
R. R-U..H C i"lIcr, :! .1*.: service.- the persons! shall) : live the : ,
; \ If .Turl-u-t n-v.: : Clt /.l'Uot' T.dlnlias-see iml its'i upon same qllar'r'c: utes [the barber !
!' \.d B. taikr, lvvi.Hdeai.l n-ftrnc-l '11 llIt b> heir ollic.e i< on ti.e I N. E.etll'JII'r of ) lion\ subject! TO )he entered under the provisions ot at thiihouron thee !'' for beinig engaged] he a ked

l .' tt: ? ah: wltl.1 tliP hour: !'rc'"rihcl by lJ.w' I' Capital.Sqi-are 1 the thi.s act, each shall 'have the riirhl tt The a tumbler, which hinded'him be Meppc-d
Jam.aiy Jd l J SJ!!. 2ntf.L t: enter that sopg" was to
J\\lI::SBltYh' one by Sapplio: one corner of the
-- .- ipiarler 1 1mity. quar'er section vlIicjIjI, ( IiIl('. I hid In stlnri, room, drew a phial from .
J-herilF L-"i Count Leon t API-KOVEU 5th improvement. : the first love-dreams of Jier lyre, his pocket, poured the .
Superior Court. April, 1S.-J2. contents into the tum -
T ::111 t', A1] rit 10:11: 1 )2. :U HS. f \\hen! words of passi..n from her bier and swallowed .: V j
..TATrIItLVII:. & 1 I Fdlll"l' tongue then threw him.* lf t
Shi-nil'-1' Suit JACOB KUELI :[\, (I'l'DI.IC \0. IS ) a of li\ ing tire ; down upon a chair apparently in distress
Ai.U great
AX ACT at a close of :
v., to cI allr' the every strain of mind the
: ,
tuiift barber
f .
nVm--f -\-nition-: ;-. 'ii! a .1\1 'irt.i ofliolJinj the United! I heard then discovered that the V
: tw.t ; U' y : StateDi&lncl I ) these
: injrninjr
: MJ Court
Bf' ; 1I..EIj at onis _. had ;
taulltlJn. in theve again. phial contained
jiu rt-<-,-, I -ii.ilN: \p..,- t. : : : L. district of r II "jni.l. "tern "Oh, happy laudanum; and that from V
: tfly.. f T ,'f-.1-! j 1"\'I1S axrecjne>tri to take: n.'1eP that! theabt.ie I as the luals is he, the he V : V
: had
: ; ; .. quantity taken it
..n'V.t.'Vihiid.n"f: rausc has: been eoniiiimed! l 10. a writ of: lie it tlilc1e.i by t.t Sdiali "VVhn listens at this hour to llu-e ', was evident he .
:t : I J'1'7.' 'I'xt, Lot : un.i Ilot e f could:
: Kirnenti- not .survive t
; ; i.urJui.u t : .. unless
; 15. F. COCU'EH.Xltcriff's ) I us I! the 'II it: .: _.f ..J. H': -- speedily relievedMedical -
.I' ::31.8111 I\I, 'i ltf' 11.ljtilll'\ll'.lI't.f: ,( C'y:: : I -- .n. V' unlt.c I I .fJ"rts f:. 71- !
.1\ ) 1 .
3:1:' t;" '. ll>d. That from i and after the I-- aid vans immediately c called in and
Exul\t of ,
l1"t't: IC\1t.J fHa1ft .Hi..f\ \ 11 Tinted pushing thiart.. tho II r !
I stite.s District Court' in, I .n1ifJttllilI1tOU we are happy to 1 learn the V
\' Tuiutt R. I5otu.it, CouiunsM-.il'; r :\"aillr \estem cii-triet of means used were
/ S'ttC.irtnM j r Ir lIIia. I erelofbie/ I 1- ___ '
I held __
1. at -- fat
I iiez.iI11 J lty ira.l'' aul: r Mun bun
,- \.c t.lJC'iUln.t"illliu thr.I..ur: pJe.I :'4'- I of an Lxf-ention i i"slI.1 l by a Jn,tice 1.1" Ii Monday in April and ,epteinl.er. in each j j r.all.t'ill 1 JIlr ..S/iH4/tr -- = i in fair of :
] llie i !hall.. ear, be hereafter held dol Or, fiat way recoverv.-1'he cause as igned
:" : : .1\\. JAMES lill VAN Jr. jir-ace, > \!" e to salt; to thv highest at btauntou. nu tintirst day I do ic AIBtec > I

Shriill' L oti e'lunt,,.. hil cin fioat .if tin- Cajn.al l in: the CitIIf 1;aht-!! ;j j ]May, and, the lirbt d.IY of October( in each )ear; aiul on I\ icilh cur Spinsters ? for this rash act, by a person "ho was pres. ,

... hasM'TI Sttur; 4; y I tL! -: :!M d.: of Juijfc j \\ lion tlt days '/r either of them fall I. The que 'tl" .\11; lou 1'. 2. :; h.5. y ni.\t- j on uiodv.: jtithily Jilt. }pointed young man htd been i.i
Lot IS'o. Ill in th- rnidij'.ii-ii of i the Court is lo beheld I on the |ly :Ilhjrl'.. l'd t to t the Lords t
.alt the ssession
-- : } t City of noil succeeding day. In/comes of jH! > of a considerable V
much : surnof
1.i.B S;''I'. .;:' Salr! TaluiasM-!! : 1 IU'lfI! on to .a'I'fall Lxcfnii"ii in favor j A. (IlIltlllll'lIhlUi I imiAiri w.irn more j! money, ;
; 1 but
.I ((0. of Turljuti U. JJelton : STLYMVSU.V, b ip1ed to the ladies, at | ) unfortunately. had t fallen into bad V
j, C'iim.is-ioi.-.r>, 1 a 1."il"ialll I east t to me I unmarried; company
V.tw.f: : -v j' n -"-!h'll| liyi) Jn ''cc.r \\tt IJ.is-tM! -levy mad'j and Speaker of the House of nepIPs -ntati\s. ones, vul} Ir1.ycfept Spin- j i and was now in the: of few V <
,, .. rc'tirmd to me I by >ters. Paltry in number space a days, turn- V
ePeav. I I. : tvj ff', 'st t not
t xp" sale very in V
] "V'i n : lo ci'iniiici're ithin tlic hours CALHul'M |! pennyless the world.
I inlluence i upon We
and intellect!
lore a-
01 fr. ,: ; < --r.' hi j tUCin. 'f 'i'J i-! ribui 1 Uw. Vice and receiving on1trit1illl" :
y JAMES UUVAX. President of the United ;: 1 bove will : V
3 tin >r.!', ,v I'iit'1 1V" "fTii"v I1X'. '.t .States, adiiiiioii-ito tneir order, the Peers serve as a salutary caution to tha
I 9 tn't ., ',' 'i"lni t' ( of I,J'1-; Sheriff L'-n County. and President of the worth the w're scared'} i j: j inexperienced and : V .:
: ; 1 T tir lln" 'V' Toil.ihn'scr.: j\tlril> ] if*'! "32. til's. I Senate. inquiry CiliaItvav; but when the in- i' to strangers. It cries

0' To w.lt i 1\11' : '11'" -r: >i111 Persi1isoji. ill f'l"r' '.f U. Approved, April 20, 183:. te frog'.I t iOIl (on! the holy poly mist! uilh a loud voice.-"beware of bad V j

t'U1v", p.. 15 I t ',., CwiMii'] I"-:, a-.M.sl: [UoLertHv LAST N071CE1 AMJUKW.: JACKSON.PUKLIC all tie fur: sexol Hie middling ira ind ) COI brtces ., -Bait. Pat company V
Ll j ;
;: I xv 1,1 U\i'\ an.l' :"i. IU lCd) l ?" n" 'JV' a it Le upper classes; V
C('J- .__' .ti] ',.1, Lit: -" 1..1 I 'Irl' "ri".dlllaw.I j Jds. 'rlj 1414 ,Alll'lld at tht' I\JIJlh Ill! pitt- and loH'S'cry member ofsoeiety to weigh dtepy _______

J .M"ISUA 0.. .1,'. I '. f>r the purpoof.A&y.a-.nr.! !: :he-T rntor.al: and I: AN ACT ( A'o. 19.) \\ do matuielv the wliat unsuer t-'iiall be given to it. TIlE PEACE OF EUROPE j { ;
t i'V\ Taxc\s for JH32.At Ar.tho.izing; tin (o\ rl1or of the ny political economists waste their f The
:"; 'T! 1 I.'''u County. I I Territory time London Courier of I I
of the
pS T .4i.I 'r \r. ::11' 0 )". :u M I .;lIolia, at the llon o of Allen Fnircloth j ,Arknn-as and to leat-pihe alt >jpriiig-i, in ald i' *rritory ( "'tn rent, tit!lies, and corniaws, discussions; in !believt thot the 29thsays. "VYa ': ; 1t
I )1 'lId., '. 21 1 dflf 1:1I,I i-'H.. I purpot.es. t vhicli :o lew comparatively arc illttrestcwlcu I t mission' of Count OrlotTis
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6 S1iiiii' bale. A 1 >'t. .Mtrks I "t; lie---J Taxern of .\Jr. '\'.\'l1n, flU Tut si I,i!: lie it ttiacttd iij toe Xtnutt MIllllItSt of J"prsf'lIla- there is a grievous delect in our social institutions I I decidedly pacific. The Emperor ot Russia V ;

3 i lay tlt ic liid il ')' 4,1 '.1 1 1iy.. liristft'it L'nitt.t btute&ojtimirica in Cnn'uu: tu>sem: mat may he termed a Catholic or universal evil I I however he m-iy dislike the recognition of

II '." : '. .(Xf. M"1S; ti-Mlcd! hJ"\'iri At the S.on"ol"Franei, > Suddcili, on \\'l'tll1stlay'the 'I blid. Thai the Salt Springs lying ll1 the \\'a"hilm'er. since tends to reconvert the I popular[ rights implied the V
of tho
(I" :!:'W of on Liltlt river, and on ahne portion of our I by Treaty ;
I ,
'III : <'\"os t-I .a1 1': 1 'ot' 'iljlii' day May. creek, in raid territory'; genteel population into
f. monks Conference
: A' Tail I ol' Arka-j! :is-log 'tlirr with least and nuns, solar t at is neither disposed for a war with ol'' V
:i' / Cap:1; : 1 lI.t 1 Iet'JlY"if TilhtM il.asseiat: the Office Daniel M'Ujncy, on as many contiguous, sections as i l'
." ". Fri, 2.:th lu each of :ald ..rin l compulsory celibacy can eflect that ob V Great Brittain and France
.V j : .'day of June" next, L<<1* lay )'.1" | sas hnll be equal to OIK to\vn.-.hiii 0, ject ? \\by do these but having pledged
: HI'I. 'ir''1" At {the Iloitic of JohnV. I and c\cry other salt spun which economists instruct ministers his word to the
T. 'uMitionil pnt.f: tlu- City Lee, on Saturday the 2Gth1ay. Mid Ten may he discovered m' now to husband the king Holland not to ratify
; .*i vi.on! toati executions : j itory. wIth) the section of mile national resources, when V
>fy w > in one square. .ieh. they the Treaty without the
5 ShOUld of
11f include.- be rather concurrence the V
'It it, hal!
J .T i H. U..i.n. C mmi. 'nl'r, nj iinst .At the House of John hans, on Monday' th 2Sth of be reserved for lh, future disj;Ml (it showing our distressed damsels latter he is
\ \'3':'' : I .' '. I the United fetaie.'v. and hliall be how to put the Church Ministers endeavouring to bring about an
t 'in. '.v nndcand' rctnrni-d ft tflC by' Ji I 1:1\ not liable to be entered 1, in requisition, :

"?.-Sail f. Minnien within I th hours l1'f't.rj".l1'f A't the Store flf Byrd & Parish, on Tuesday, thei9ih.Mxy. located, 01 appropriated, for any other purpose whalev- and to husband themselves.3 Here in the heart of acconunodntion which would extricate him;
3. 'nv. J A \'KS BRYAJr.. cs. polite lift, there is an over supply, an absolute from the position in which he has placed hirn-

1, hprir: Le At ti.c House of John Smith t1 Sec. 2. 'Jni/ be further enacted. That the Govern glut! of lemale fcelf-
1F { n County on Wednesday or of said youth, beauty, and ac'omphshICllt Count Orloff is to endeavour to induce
::110'h i I:3:, :31 :c1 SOtn.Mav.Al( Territory shall be. and is here 'y. authorized with little or no demand fir
to l ll out leave those once the King of Holland
or said to the
the Treaty
Ilousftof sprillgs.lir accept
Sebastian a tem ,
\ Fritzman on Thursday, not exceeding r> desiderated articles. Our
\TKUOES. the 31 lit day of Ma v. five yeari; and the rektj'and profits arising from said church bells drives brightest belles set: ; noring whilst Prince Lievcns is to use his influence

7 r"2 -On) IMoiiday t, JAMES: BRYAN. A scbs r'J,, springs -liall be applied t boy the legislature ot said Terlitory cnd not as of pealing, round the park here with Lord Palmerston and Prince Tal!
j-li 1,1 M t tHi illl'C' sold to the ufHMiing and yore, infixing a gold
n-x1 \ a1ii Tallahis.se" 14h: May 1S32. improving such roads in said1C ring round the
'III! in __ Territory.as said l..e tiwYl'r' white t t'lturs of fo. __ ... leyrand, in the hope of obtaining certain modifications -
-> the rmin'yf Ji-lFerson, ii- I:lature may. ,Iirpt't..; ., :1Hf In. .nllotlll'r. .. -- arc- nllt- ,.. .. .Vi*" M.e.i
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hk'1r"ltJd"lIin: 1'" tincftaU! : IIf AtriI.alu.l HElFUY; Mill ttILI1.Uii t1i'I. p urpose whatever i! bans are under ban anti interdict; wedding uupu.u cake which arc to be taken as concessions V

) Ciilx-ll r.11 F.: excruciating pain-the decrepitude and defor- Sec. 3. lnd be it is not cut because
(let'l' Sd. Terms n-adc ] further enacted, Thas the Hot weddings arc; no matches are from Belgium rather than as from the
Ilfln on :?!. day of Silc.JU11NJ. : mit and dw premature old age, which are the Spring!> m said Teniloiy, together with four sections of made but those of wood and brimstone and Conference so that there be of V
usual allendarits of the muttered land our may a saving
T, GAMBLE, Executor.i.'i disorder are by many including said springs as ne .r the cenlre ihereof a* clergymen, WIlO! used to know the
2 !lii )I'3:!. 2S ids. from despair of a cure or disappointment in the cffica- may lie. f-hall beresencd for the future disposal of the mony by heart, are marriage cere- compromise by tho non-ratifying parties.

.[ I i.'iif! iic'jrriK-salvire advertised po lH| >%nd cy of the numerous pretended antidotes to effect this U lilted Stales, and shall not he entered. located, or appropriated fresh and iinihumbed' now IC Jfin obliged to turn to the I. Such is the course determined by the Russian .

,Ll 'l :l.i1l \ '"iiiay IIII'|| ">$.li day .,fjune next : "ii luqlO!e. But those wh have made a fair trial of for any other purpose whate\er. whenever they their prayer books, Cabinet. We shall see how it will work
tky l"l D li. JEBB'S CELEBRATED LINIMENT Approved, .\prio! )18X>. are called upon to join man and.
\ I ,
i le .
t'1 s ld to the hichest bidder, at x viI;.. The with Holland and the Conference. At the
i:ClIt the' County of Jefi'erson. Teams of e\ era in cases of long .tandin and of the most severe age matrimony, like that of chivalry.

character, 'have received certain relief and many have (PUBLIC No. 20.) is i gone, and the clerks who lived upon the fees for. date of the last advices from the. Hague. too

JOHN G. GAMBLE. Executor befti cured in a tew days some in 24 hours as a num AN ACT making appropriations in conformity"with the general and : licenses, have been so long out : King was not disposed to yield either of the

-'-.-- 'ay Is:, IS.:>2. tdNotice. < her of persons in Boston and vicinity, who were formerly ] stipulations) of certain Indian Irca1 Ci. of f work, that they may, probably, be heard of at great points on which he has made his stand.

------------_. afflicted with Rheumatism have *cry fully tesli- Be it enacted by the Senate and house the work house. Should he persist of three must
fied Certificates in of llepresenta- : one things
D are the possession of the Is there
9 IVoprie-tires the United any exaggeration in '
ntal tor, pro\ill" the most thorough and surprising cures by bleil of That the Sltites of America in Congress amem- averments I these melancholly happen.-Nicholas must decend {rom his stilts

blA. S. \\ : means of this powerful LINIMENT in Joium ofthi.tY'llino thousand and seventy appeal to every reader who moves i in and trick with his
COlI..ORTJent.. t. cases five dollars Le genteel society. Does ally, or openly encouragehis
: other appropriated, to be"paid out of any money he not, in each successive
I approved applications had 1
P utterly failed. The
D -'D'I.PIIU: Wishes to inform thc "itOo(1'ab.hasscr'and Liniment i is also used with success for Bruises in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated' j season, see hundreds of rose buds unfolding their pretensions to Belgium; or France and

y t 'pla its vicinity that he will!I unmeha StitTiiCss of the Joints, Chilblains,,Sprains&c. I: thousand to be applied for the sen'ice of tile year one charms, who are destined, as inexorable time revolves 'England must give way and purchase ratification
. hundred
c eight
alwut the first of June, to spend a Price 50 ceoU abollle. andthirty-one., to the beve- to be metamorphosed into wall flowers and by modification,

ttJnl'ra..tif'.iIl 1 h loiprllfcs1iion. He will per E. B. PERKINS. ral following objects specifically namely: finally to constitute a portion of the The Expatriated Polish
l For human mazons-A..
id3ltt : operatIon incl\Jckcl in Dental Surgery.'eLh0f .- payment of the permanent nnnuity to the with tapes- num
tIieLcptkjnd inserted in nan w-Store in vva, Ottewa, and Pottawalamie Indians for Chipper try least which our ball rooms afie decorated, pr at ber Polish females still clad in their national

, ?. and any Quini V. one thousand eight hundred and lined. Our girls keep getting in, just when uniform
3' any Ilullll er. The natural set filNt thirty-one, sixteen passed through Frankford recentlyone
cleansed, aud them T SuiiacrJ.'jcrs: oeg leavelto ul >rui the citizens of!J thousand dollars. they ought to be getting off; they put forth all I
Iil plumed, rendering .of them
-.t tnd| llI1nd, ...drools, or fangs, and jiiXlracted Gadstien County and its vicinity, that they have [ For the expense of salt for the name tribes, according their attractions-thejr work hard to become bearing rank as a lieutenant, j

Ido (*"III with! ca t'"n and skil1' A.U) ***' ,..nco.1 a store in this place, where will always bei to the treaty with them, one hundred and twenty-fit e wives, but, alas! they are only serving a long who had been wounded on three occasions
tiT fwu und a good assortment of Seasonable Goods such dollars. attracted
irksome much
3b and
1'f ireaUrd upon the moat scientific prinbttrijict I. heart-withering apprenticeship to attention. She on silently j
\ HARDWARE, GROCERIES CUTLERY fur payment theannuity to the VVinnebago Indians I spinsterism? For waltzes, quadrilles, mazurkas, but refused to 'sit ,down to the 'dinner '
eight thousand dollars.
? for the fA and giant furnished and gallopades, partners be (bund given to which she "
tienL CROCKERIES GLASS-WARE, For tobacco and sail for the same tribe, four hundred may easily enough thecopsto belonged. ..ir--

61rI t.CoMroRT'8 scientific SADDLES, BRIDLES, &c. &c. and iwenty-Cvedollars. ; but where are they to find partners for learnt that the death oCher son who fell in Ju. ; L

I r knowledge and prrhe The whole of whi.h will be soldas cheap as the Forthe support of blacksmiths life He i is either undiscoverable, like the unicorn seventeenth her side afler .
believes he will be able to ren-r4.Ptriencc > shops, iron, and steel I, and year fighting by .
$ an be purchased this far from three phcenir, or only to be ; ?
aLif4ctioU Navigation. They in- thousand dollars. seen once in a hundred V
to those who feel she had
herself been wounded
Lan. may dispo" ve their friends and the public generally to call and For the purchase of oxen cart. and services of a man years, like the flower of the aloe., Strange, that preyed incessantly 1

)( !* materials are of the belt kind. '.d "e fin thcmsclres. They respectfully solicit a share at tile portage Oaisconsin and Fox River according I tel amid the unmeaning inquiries with which our upon her spirit The most distinguub- ,; .1' V

IL S3!. 99 tf. f ih<- public patronage. TAYLOR & KLEIN. I treaty,three hundred and sixty-five dollars. dancing.beaux pester their partners, they should ed Pole who has yet made her appearance at .s I.,
Quincy. April 3d. 1832 1133 If. Forthe transportation and other expenses of the an never, delight them by popping the .Frankfort among'us has been the celebrated F'V
, ":f BILLS OF IDNG-Just prin- N B. The storage and COMMISSION BUS11NEBS nuities aforesaid, one thousand One.hundred and sixtj t From any part of speech that .mi ht bear a conj Countess Plater andher adjutant the f fair V ; : .
will carried
sale be oa aa usual at St. M.trks.T.1.. dollars.
Vj struction
thus of this t
0 fiice. j nature refrain of her V
they with companions less
C { Sec. 2. &td lie further enacted, That there be fur tioua and most a UiiJe cloudy days are shortly

unrelenting precision. Well may! expected to follow! her. .

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.Iio... -- ___ A.._ into tho hands of the ,llegiti ale Prince,' nd ot.tbe House or: Bourbon in France, with are matenanyvre:,
FOREIGN.- I. the clde.st branch 'ofitbc 'HOuse ofB.oup.on';; ; the cons.enUof' th a?, people !-Oh no 'The erable exceptions; they rt>te' rought down to factures. *of J wool, Ih'irty per, cent. ad "..1.. .

; .. wll! again reign.111 Franck ?" f.'ha"e.tb.us'gav- people Have been) deceived. What then ?- the rates of:}1824'tin"laome: : of the must Important I rem. -
FRANCE. en you their words, the words of the leaders, ilteY may _be deceived. again! !-What 'hen ?- articles, the dutfe.s will l be as they On manufactures of cotton of all kind

: i)'Ant are vf hastening ? or the dagger oj a Restoration. of the chiefs i of the party, and this is :another Why ; then, Henry V. may be brought backto stood in 1816 and 1818,-mt having been altered of which. ad cotton valorem is a component part, 2S '.Ot, 4
To the Editor of the London Morning Chronicle. reason why there is a "dangV of a restoration Paris And what then tVilI this terminate by the act of 1. 24. pith the provisions: cents -those printed ded. r-"
I have been introduced tniprevcnt evasions, i o'ed or stained, to be valued at 35
PARIS, :March 11, 1832.: the revolution of 17S91 No, it will te
Sir-The people brie not only been disappointed The Republicans say tlffiTjOuis! Philip never not. Will the restoration of an hour be the the duties as fixed by the bil!, are understoodto 1[ square yard-and white cottons, to be 'a?l tst
resolutiofMfeker dreams of bo satis to the nnnmacture.rs, and i at 30 cents a square yard ; on 9d
but have been deceived They adopted the termination of the drama Certainly not.- actory nankeens
they I 1 lOt.
direct from China:
have been deceived by those who professed to establishing: popular instit s, V>r of founding Well, then, is the restoration, of which thereis are not deemed oppressive t> any.' ported valorem. 20 per cc>t. *4
be their friends during the Restoration- who a new dynasty' prove from the beginning so much danger, no evil ?-on the contrary 3. Hemp is also reduced ; bur, in this,
the eldest tho interests of the west hate been fully pre On iron and the manufacturers of .
the most energetic and that he neverishedto root out it would be an immense calamity.It In-
led on an opposition the intention served. This i is believed to 1.bo rather same duties as were paid in 1S24, with '
civilvar duty
consistent-and who claimed for France the branch from France-and.iad always would lead to -to anarchy-to ao
institutions she desired, and the popular Government of replacing on "t tW*7 throne the descendants foreign interference-to a long and bloody beneficial: than otherwise K> the producer of unimportant+ exceptions ; and check* ProTiJ e4.|*
for which she began the revolution of of Charles X. jOje/ point to the struggle between contending f factions ; find cottonand he. will be further bcneiittcd by against evasions of the duties. <

1769. The people have been deceived, not large: Civil List. the 6t1ri cf. King! ," and I although in the end the cause: of"the millions I the reduction in the duty on cotton ba gin,, On mitts glove, .blankets- hosiery* car.
by their avowed enemies-not by those who ask whether that alone doi-v$0r>t prove that must triumph, yet in the meantime tens of which will still leave the manufacturers a fair pets, nail carpeting, ..o per cent ad ralo.

call the millions the canaille," not by those Louis Philip is merely keeping. the place thousands; of lives would be. lost t, villages and profit. rem.On
who believe ih the absurd and nearly exploded warm" for his le itimat. 'SlJecessor.-1 towns destroyed, all the worst passions; of hu 4. The manufactures of Cotton have likewise sugar:-brown, and syrup for rnai.*
of divine right" and} passive They point to the2f t1it.Ii"sts; \, which man nature bo fed and encjuraged, and instead been reduced-yet the rates t proposed in sugar, 2 lcents per pound. ?

,r obedience dogmas and non-rcsistcucc," and not by have tiertii: going onVfnce *npWy, Se of 1830 of the greatest possible' happiness, the the bill, without being burthcnsome: to any are On sugar; --white, clayed J or powdered' 3 *"3
between th't!' hand, and the of the understood to be satisfactory to the manufac cent per pound.
the Priests of Jesuits who, f faithful to their the people on < greptost possible misery greatest number -
1 missions of ignorance and darkness, have royalty on the other, and especially to the avowed ,!. would for a lon: period be rendered cer- tu r"r. :.On salt, 5 cents :bushel of 56 pound

preached and have written in f favor of the fallen design of...ouis Philip and his Perier;i tain. Still let it not be imagined that I believe 5. Sugar, and On tens of all kinds, direct from Chi"*

t dynast, and have endeavored to persuade Ministry, to prevent as much as possible the for an instant that France w ill acquiesce in 6. Salt,-the latter an article of the first and in vessels: of the United Static, one c Cut'
,; the multitude that the *. eldest branch of the realization of the pro ran1lne of the J Hotel do that restoration, much less: that she will love necessity, and the former scarcely les.i: so- apounJ ; otherwise, 10 cents a pound.
House of Bourbon was alone able to secure Ville. They ask*what means this delay ,n the or cherish it. The faults of Louis l'bilip- hare been reduced ; salt to 5 cents a (bushel On coffee, 1-2 cent a pound.

I 'l to France either liberty or happiness." No, passing of the law for expelling the Bourbonsfrom j i I hisIini..try: and their systeni--niay: and! probably and sugar from three to two an.d a half cents a On hemp, man UfiH.tur eJ,!ifty dollars per Ion.

i no let us render justice to all parties.; These France 1 what means it that neatly two ; will, load us on to the verge of restoration pound. On sail duck, 10 centa square yard
t men; have not deceived the people since the years have elapsed since the revolution was i even if not to a restoration itself ; but From all these;; articles, which are commonly On cotton bagging, 3 1-2 cents a quare

Revolution of July. They have continued accomplished? and yet that 'harles and all though' the lion may sleep, it is not dead--and called the protected articles, the bill proposes yard.
lo l'Jie\'c-proi"css, and propagate all their his family have still their estates:; and property j when he shall rise and shake his: mane, his an- to raise a revenue ot upwards of six millions !- On floor cloths, stamped, painted or print.

., ', f' \ old errors ; and havo denounced tha Revolution in France What means it that Louis Philip ger shall be furious-ami uucomiollable. estimated: upon the importations:: of ed, 43 cents: a square yardother: oil clop,

i p a* the work of the Devil, which the Virgin insisted on bavinthe; ? names of the members In my next letter I propose to show you 1830. of all kinds, and door matting, 30 per coot
t, t would overthrow. of 'apolt'on'fil.uih: mixed up in the same how the conduct and the policy of Louis Phil- In raising the remainder, the bill (proceedsupon ad valorem.On .
( :f r
; f ;' .: But the people have bern deceived by Louis law of cxpuK,ion with that of the Bourbons, 'ip and his Ministers: since the close of the the grounds of revenue merely. In doing slates of all kinds, 25 per cent. ad vaorem.

i!, ', ;i Philip by his Ministers!' by a majority in the in order to secure the rejection of the Jaw ?- year 1830, have gradually estranged from this, however, the chief objects have .
'. jl I Chamber of Peers. Less by the Chamber of What means it that the law of 21st January, I them and their cause the gross population o: been- On glass, the same duties as were paid it
; of France and how the Carlists 1. To take off the duty: altogether, or as 1821.On.
t', l t Peers than by the Deputies, because the people 1816, which directed the erection monu- ; :;, profiting by
r b if' had no right to expect liberal in;tituti bus, ments to the memory of Louis XVI his the dissatisfaction of all parties, propose to far as practicable, upon raw materials. olive oil, in casks, 12 1-2 ten tsar?"
n I' ;and : !' to proceed from a pensioned ( ucen, &c., and the perpetuation religious bring about ther; third restoration. I11:111: : J. To spread it over as many articles as Ion. "
t I It ,: Restorative, Peerage, whereas" the people ceremonies to commemorate his death remains then examine the question of Why at this possible, that the revenue system: may continue On French wines-red, in casks, 6 cent

it.:! had a n:: n to expect national institutions and unrepealed ? What means it that ail moment the people, perceiving the danger of in full operation, so that, in times of needa per gallon ; white do. 10 do. all kinds mi

f, ., popular hws! from the lleprcsentatues I ; of the the pensions: ; paid by the restoration, even to a third restoration, do not rise to prevent it ?P' larger revenue may be without resorting i bottle, 22 cents do.-According to Treatr

nation. The history!:; of the acceptation t of the I Vendeans and Chouans; who fought against ana shall show that: it is not that they desireor to new o'yects: of taxation. On barley, grass or straw baskets ,. com
i : Throne by Louis Philip p has!' never yet been the liberties of r'ranct', have been preserved, I will support that restoration that they arc I 3. To make duties as light as possible i upI I I! position, wax, or amber bead* ; all other

j. ,. "1.L i r', given The detJiils of the conferences and oft and continue to be paid ; What means it that I now inactive-but that in that case they will! on articles of necessity, and of those, the bead, not otherwise enumerated ; lampblack i

i !! his replies 1 will shortly publish in the :Morning the Carlists- who were in place, are still iu proceed! with the original design of the Resolution lightest upon those principally, used by the shill or paper boxes ; hair bracelets ; hair not

fi ,' .!. Chronicle ; :it present it will :sulTico me tot ll'C-thar; throughout all the Departments, I Ii of 17SD, and found a permanent Republican poorer classes ; for whi/h purpose, tea and! made up tor hcad-dr >s5es ; bricks ; pariDg

f r say, that I can prove that Louis Philip accepted I i I as well as at Paris, -.'arhst.are preserved in. OnHnent.. coffee, which ars: al uo.t articles of neces- tiles ; brooms of Inir: : or p-thin! I leaf; tash.J .

( the throne to preserve ni* property from i I the pO'I' (' -ion of sinecures, pensions, and j Your obedient servant, -ity, are brought down to a duty almost nom- mc of Thibet ; down of all kinds: ; feathI \ -
u }t ti confiscation: prevent the proclamation of the best and most: lucrative: appointments, O. P. Q. i itr.il. I I ers: for beds ; and pahn-Isaf and !palmetto hat

n Republic-and to impede! the tri'imnh of tnt! that such men as IouiSoul, and Tal __..,.,...,. .a -.. ___.-.-..._. ... .1Ir-_ 4. To draw the greatest proportion of revenue !I! -1:> per cent. ad valorem.
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popular or'democratic! principles.: M. Thier-, le't rand, aaveIl. a4taytteVtl. and .dontcmait, TIE T.f\ti .'F.n from those commodities which arc chiefly \ll oth'-r articles not enumerated, as beinlf
,t in this drama thru attached are selected to carryon the most important: I __ used by the wealthiest: :-and those principles I either free, or liable! to a different rate of l ; who played part ; was .."' ._ ___' =--:-"=: -..: =- =-- : -----::=-=-:-::-'
to the republican cause, and to the negotiations, and vats'h over the dear.' t in1're5t. COMPILER. ot discrimination, it will be seen, have: also I and whir! 'h, according to exi>:tin laws,

Journal l which, repreM nled it-bu* M 1 Thitrs of this Revolution Do you im t lIw'l t task We FROM have the Till satisfaction RICHMOND of pie.sentiug to been obsenecl, as far as practicable, in arranging I are liable! to a higher ad valorem dUly than

thin drew: up the proclamation, which was the lteputli: ::an-, tint: Charles X. or [ :) ir rf'adertocia: a modification of the 1'ar- the duties on the protected artI- 1i I fifteen pe.r cent. to pay' au ad valoiem dutycf f

i t printed at ;5'a- National Office, by which Lo-.ii ry I'. would call .Maugu.n. Barrot, Lafayette.ijamanpji1. : i ;;; predicated on.the salutary principles avowd '- cles. I fifteen per cent after the said 3d day ot'3lard1S32.
gird 'li otlice den l For the first time, too under system:: : .
Duke of Orleans, was recommended! su< men to to ? any
I Philip, i by our venerable President, and in tIlt patriotic ; -
y f to the country as Lieutenant Governor and their\ interests and protect their dyna-ty Mo.Vnd spirit of conciliation recommended! by having even atv incidental view to protection The following! be added to the list of v.

: afterwards us KingThe people, tho millions u-! yet LOUI-, J'alKrvrand.. Soul Rayne.val, him, which has,; just been .submitted! to the has any relief been proposed! to the navigating tides exempted from duty by the cxistia**
t and iOIlt: > to watch interest: for the great amount of raw materials lu.vs :-
are appointed over
{ .-in crolv believed hat Louis Philip had (House of Representatives, by the Sci-rotaiy
t i t I accepted.' th+ '!Throne as Citizen King !-intended the interests of the revolution of July. H-: of the 'Freasnr '. This task: which was required subjected to chit/, and! employed in that Cocoa, almonds, currants, prunes, t1g?,Ta>
r yen M. Casimi'IVncr himself i is popular with } most important branch of manufacture:: ship sin of all kinds;, black! ginger
I ; f to follow out tho rcvolutl'JJ-and tosecure by a resolution; of the House, has: been pepper mre,
; '. ; f to I Fr.ince allies:; among the people off the ('ar1ist:. This is a fact. ; performed by 'McJjane with equal' talent, building.On : nutmegs, cinnamon, cassia, cloves, pimento,
The a saltpetre
I f ; other countries, and not among: the Kings.If .- an- supporters sagacity, and boldness.: He has presented a. anns: ,
F i I If the People had once thought, Why the the Minister ; they openly declare in :ooei't.1 scheme believed to be adapted to the circumstances 'I ty the !bill appears to be liberal and fair on all flix unmanufactured: quick silver, o iIm! ,

<, 1 It" Duke of Orleans is a Bourbon"and hHO"P: :it the Bourse, in the Journals, and cvoiy ] ; of the country ; and we trust, calculated .- ides ; the relief which: it affords to those i : quills prepared tin in plates andheetsbni:

; i { r i\, :'r imagined that as a ituurhon he might have where that '. harles X. oudit; to have called j to heal the present discontents, and in I tercsts upon which former tariffs; have borne I I in plates, muble[ hair cloth and seating.blue!

!L _: ,: ,! a' old partialities, friendships; and family inten- Casimir Perier to otlice-should have been j j unison with the existing: state of public opin r tno.'t u :equally, is substantial and goes far. vitriol, argot, gum arabic, gum Senegal!', ep-
surrounded thnvn who : beyond what has hitherto been thought consistent inlets of gold and silver lac
t, : i ': tions and wihe: he would have had no better by arc now Minis-J ion. dye madder,
i bt' I' : chance of being Kir.g of the French than tcrs, and that thm a censorship of the Pro-,;i The ba-h of the scheme is revenue ; but with other interests.; The whole schem ", madder root, nuts and berries used in aria;,

t ". 1 would Prince Metternich in France could have been, and would have'|! protection is; incidentally: combined in it, and however as far as we have had an opportunity sumac, saffron, turmeric, wo d or p.istel!, :atoes t!-

: +; 2 ,' Those were hours of confidence-of good been voted( by the Chullh'roncI: they go t adhered to so :ar as is nei-essarf to the pres- of judging; seems so judiciously arranged, umbergres, burgundy pitch b ,rk p r>
t' t faith-of trust in the assurances, and promises further than thiFor l (say the republicans, I ervation of existing interest;! which h-.ve grownup as to prom >te to a reasonable extent, the interests \13n. cochineal caper-, calo-.iel, chamomile
t. 41t f and oaths, of those who swore to defend and really with truth) the Carlists now only rc'-I uinh a series of legislation commencing of all, withotit oppressing any. Each flowers, con under seed canth:,ridl's, ca,tan-

; the national colours ;" and lulled into false security cmirc the continuance of the same; system with tin establishment of the ;liovernment. interest may find something which it would os:: catsup, chalk, coculus, iadi-a;, coraf,corrosive

: ; .; from seeing such men as Thiers and that pursued by M. Perier during; the last i itwc1 It to limit the rcvcnurstrictly to the wish to alter, but as a whole founded as every : :sublimate: dates, filbert. filtering

; tit! :; Pcrier associated with such men as Lafayette: \ e months ; rind, to usi the words of om public proposes expenditure and assumes; the auouutnecessary modification of the Tariff necessarily mustbe stones, frank net nse, grapes; ;'::Im )(,:,!e,aem-
; \ and Lafitte, the people imagined that the Government of their most eloquent Chief--, u In less than for that to be $15,000,000 : of thisJOOOOOO on the principle of compromise, it will lo-.-k, henban-. hones, hornpht tor la.ithercj; ,

: : was to be popular and paternal, and twelve months Henry 1'. may march to the t I $ may he derived from public lands, probably be difficult to devise a plan better ox horns:: otlicr: horns and tags, ladh rubber,

1 that a ** popular Throne was to be surrounded Tuilerics, accompanied :ny a soldier. Yes I I until Congress: shall- otherwise direct. The calculated to promote the general good. Ipecacuana, ivory ulJnJln .adln'd! ivorbb'k /

'.: by Republican! institutions." But the yes !believe me when 1 tell you, there i is remaining; $1:!,OOOOOO, is the sum proposed; The idea of a general reduction of duties juniper berries, macaroni, mill atones

I dream is over, the trance is disturbed: those danger of a Restoration to bo levied on imports; : and this is regulated!: which was suggested in the Secretary's annual musk, nuts of all kinds, olives, oil of jmiper
7 bright; r And what say NnpolconMs,ts ? Why they t the principles of compromise so essen- report, has been given up in forming the present paintings and drawings, rattans unnwau&c*

111: colouring; of boyish 1 fancy and youthful 10\ l', rip go further than this. They accuse Louis : hi-[ j i tial upon to the public weal and the preservation of hill, III deference to the opinions expressed turcd, reed unmanufactured, rhuoarb, rottenstone
t.: have melted away, and the cold realities of/ in the Tribune of having al. eady desertedthe I the Union.i I by others, entitled to respect on the subject tamarinds: tortois shell tin foil: she!-

t lI l i! disappointed expectation and blasted patriotism national f'olouror: having: been in the i I 1. The duties which have been considered! and to the wishes of the manufacturers tar sponges, sago, spy glasses! telescope( ,

; have succccded.rIhe party of Louis of Knglaud-of having excited in .years I; as most oppressive: : and as otherwise liable {o themselves, who prefer a steady, though lower sextants, quadrants, hair pencils l Brazilpa-ssle.
l t' 1past in the French revolt ; duty, to one constantly changing. (, such used
to utcrcrucle'egdaLlcs pric
i Philip i is; confined to a few dozen courtiers, a Spain army against I the greatest: objection, are those wool as are
tho national colours and for this article upon The Secretary that the reduced cipally and weld! few hundred placemen, and a few thousand ; as a I and woollens.: In to-these, the incongruity proposes dying composing;. dyes,
: ;1\ i and who are thc>refille, attached to Louis the Government, tin Napoeom( have cited! vv 01.l and thus countervailing our 0'\ n legislation : 1833 ; as an earlier reduction would so interfere coming under the duty ot 12 1-2 f per cental
( I i Phillip simply because:: he is a King. Now, I a host of witness-es, who are to prove In a is abolished. The low: priced wools with the receipts into the Treasury as to other dying drugs, and materials for composing

11 1 L then, this is one reason, and a strong reason, Court of Law the accuracy of these charge. which are not produced in this are postpone the extinguishment of the public dyes, and all other medical drugs ; Mi
1 L and a powerful reason why there is a danger 1 am merely now a relator o1'other mc'n'sstatemcnts admitted at the low duty of 5 per cent country, ad val- debt, and would also be attended with a great all articles, not enumerated in this act ortte
a of a restoration and not of nnown.. I cannot injury to private interests.To existing laws and now liable to an ad valorem
ij wools
thc of
and other
a duty
orem only -
', for andas here prejudge tho : Le.t de ; upon show the practical operation of the duty of 15 free.
And as I am now \nting history, question. a jury 20 percent. i is laid. This is the only concession proposed per cent. to be
in future years I know I shall have occasion cide. Louis Philip pleads not guilty, so required from the American& woolgrowi I I plan, we will present a few of its results The additional 10 or 20 per cent. 'as t&&?
letters I he i is innocent till pioved But theN :-The whole revenue will bo reduced case be the valued
to point to the am now writingon culpabL- I and it is cstin.at that it will stillleave may ,] now charged on
': this important subject, let me follow up .1polc m.=""ts follow up this accusation or the i him r ; a price for his wool of not less: than ; more than ten millions annually, of which up- the merchand.ze, before-the duties are calculated !

these observation. on Louis Philip by a state- past against Louis Philip by predictions as to 40 cents a poBnd.( wards of $3,00t,0u0 are duties on the protected to be taken off; all charges for inland j

ment of what is *: aid about his intentions, and 1 the future. They aoIin: : the first place, can I The :concession to the South, and to the articles: under the present stein, calculated transportation, commissions, draJage.wharf-j'

a t \ his future conduct, by men of different parties. France have confidence in a man who has already South-west, and to the laboring classes upon the importations of 1830, after de age, &c. in the foreign country, to be con-j ,,

t 1 am not stating at this: moment my own opinions betrayed her ( uul, in the next place, I consists; in a reduction of the high everywhere duty ducting the re-exportation, is about per sides ed as constituting! a part of the cost or" I ,,
; j but the opinions of men who belong to can Louis Philip: imagine that he can( found a cloths: and these cent. The average rrte of duty upon the importations ue of the goods, and insurance only from to t I
: on coarse ;, are brought
it I three parties in France-to the Carlist partyto dynasty in France when he has no part: to down. to a mere revenue duty of ten I of 1830, subject to duty fatter deducting foreign port of exportation to the U. Stato, !
t the Republican party--and to the Napo- flock round and to protect: it ? \nd, in the cent. per the re-exportations,] estimated at to be excepted. I
1'1i1" Iconist party. Hear all sides--and then judge. third place they ask whether his conduct their value at the place of exportation is about Credit on duties, reduced-one halftflk1
t. 1'he minimum system, so odious to the I
i ;.. I should add that to these: charges the Louis since the revolution of July, in dri'ingfrom so oppressive to the fair merchant, people andso 45 per cent ; and under the proposed bill, it payable in three months, and one half in tf J c
r II : Philip party has made no reply Well, then, him Councillors of thc Revolution and the ; easily evaded by the dishonest one is abol- will be about 27 per cent. monthsunder two hundred dollars to""*I t
the Carlits-who are coming out a/'Tam-who men and actors of the Revolution, and in attaching We repeat that we consider the bill as of- paid in caJ h. Duties on woolens to be Pin l
ished ad valorem of
and a general duty 30 t
have lea their chateaux to inti iue;! at Paris- himself to the men and doctrine of ; fering an affective scheme of conciliation.Mr. .- cash, or the woollens may be Stored: **! 1
cent. is laid those articles included
who wear Bourbon colours--pii,>fish Bourbon the Revolution, does not piove. that he has not per upon McLanc is entitled to the,thanks of the three and six months upon payment of later"l 1L 1t
in it. The 10 and 20 per cent added to the
cordially or sincerely adopted that revolution i whole community for the manliness with which est. I
i !
portraits value of the goods in calculating the duty, arc
: i and that at some subsequent day he will repudiate also done he has taken upon himself the responsibilityof Auction duty of 1 1-2 per cent on fat&n\ 1t

; ing the Duke of Bordeaux-and who avow it 1 These I things are said openly at For the away.reduction of the duty on woollen proposing such a one, ; and though, for the woollen manufactures sold at public auctw'
t that in one year from this time the same Duke Paris-are repeated in the hearing of the moment, it may be opposed by those who entertain in places where there is an officer of the C$
5ds the manufacturer finds a reasonable 11
\vill have an army of five hundred thousand young Duke of Orleans: -are told to Casimir I go< I extreme opinions and honestly entertain toms, no such woollens to be sold at_ auctJOll
equivalent in the duty on wool the c
his command because will then Pcncr and when the them either side of the unless officer be
men at he :- to President of the admission of stuffs free, and other articles : on question, an present. C
I I : have tho right to ascend the throne!"these Council it is said, At this rate, sir, we shall to his business at reduced- we f feel satisfied that he will find in the increased Appraisers? may examine owners, in tt f,
Cdrlists say that Louis Philip will abdicate-- have a restoration," has he not replied, "Well, necessary a confidence and approbation of his fel consignees and others on oath, and reqUJIS
duty. He finds also a protection, and this
I ., that the acts of abdication of Charles X, and and do you not suppose I should bo very happy i I he enjoys in common with the American,[ merchant low-citizens, that reward which his enlighten the production of any papers.in their tlli
f the Duke d'Angouleme were carried by him to render Franco as prosperous as she was the cd and patriotic exertions deserve. sion, tou .hing the value of the inert ba11, lin
superior of his for-
e t to the Chamber of Peers, and) there deposited during the fifteen years (Jf that portion of ] against capital The following is a synopsis, sufficiently in to be appraised by them ; if the owner, & liD
rival and the )
eign a security against -
r in tho archives of tho nation-that tho act French history !" Believe me, then-yes, fluctuationfYof, trade, in those occasional detail to give a distinct idea of the Secretaryof porter or consignee, declines to appear or fib 1)1S 1)1t
c f of Charles X. which appointed} him Lieutent believe me-there is an actual-a pressing- of Mr. McLane'b scheme which provisions make- the Treasury's bill. The bill itself, and duce the papers, the appraisement to be Ii

I t t Governor was also there carefully placed, a roal danger of a Restoration.The the duties on woolen goods ble in cash, the report which accompanied it will be inserted If they swear t falsely to be deemed guilt1

C! as n public and national document-that th?: I people, then, have been deceived in and imposes a duty on those payi which are sold at as soon as it i is printed: I perjury, and goods to be forfeited. rI S
! subsequent title of Louis Philip taken by him I Louis Philip, and by Louis: Philip. This i ia is auction and the interests of both arc still The act of 19th May, 1528, to be repealed In consideration thc duties i,n posed ".

I! was only assumed pro tempore.luntil the pe- fact. But rocs this alter tho character of further ;guarded by requiring that such salesbe after the 3d March, 1833; ; after that time, articles: used in constructing and fitting' 1ei
; ,riod of the minority of Henry V. should exT the Revolution itselfNo.. Does: this form made in the of officer of the the duties to be as follows : and vessels, a drawback to be

) >ire--and that,in a futuro and not distant day, nny apology for the Ordinances of July, customs ;-and presence by the additional an means afforded On wool, unman+tfactured, not costingmore certain regulations, on firs: taking out pa cid
;: ',the act of abdication of Louis. Philip will be 1630 ?-No.: Does this show that the restoration by the bill to the in than 10 cents a pound, 5 per cent ad of two dollars a ton on registered SSJ
' ..deposited in tbasame chest, and that Henry of the Bourbons in 1814 and in 1815 fraudulent valuations.appraisers With this preventing valorem ; and costing more than 10 cents a one dollar and twenty-five cents on eO'a

: .V. Duke of Bourdeax, will be proclaimed wa: approved by the nation ?-No. Does tion, and with those: advantages which imposeno protec- pound, 20 per rent ad valorem. and licensed ; and fifty.cents a ton on
King The Carlist*, therefore, say--'* Obey this demonstrate that the Rev jlutJon in 1789 additional burthen the the On manufacturers of wool, or of which wool boats. lei:

i. Louis Philip, and obey the government, until) was not just and necessary ?-No. Does interests of the woollen upon manufacturers consumer are, be- is a component part, not otherwise specified, I Woollen and cotton goods of similar -tit

'the legal) minority of the Duke of Bor- this prove that tho Revolution is terminated, lieved to be placed on as good a footing as that costing not more than fifty cents a square yard, but diflerent quality contained in11't( "t>n
.,' :.oeaux, shali have expired, and then ,Louis and that the end of all 'these Commotions will of other classes. 10 per cent: ad valorem.On package: are only to be charged accorJ1Dgd it ::14r

Phib'p himself will restore--resign his, power bo tho re-egtaBlishment of the eldest branch 2. Iron and the manufacturers of iron worsted stuff goods, woollen: and worst the value of the best article when !. :
ed yarn, 20 cent. ad valorem.; tho i invoice a't an average prices
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.l1'flct! in the entry, to bo tor- ,I THE; .FLOHI&IAWfWe ; : I CONTRAST.' *!? 1 .. ,wa.Hso. 1ear :uer e. thit, the milky TallahasseeCOURT, i ; S
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st."hl- I traveller- passing thipugii.Che: asterz, i.t. J edreip1ndaut, arcreflee.tedtnthewater 1"w .-
dr* we as in the hill reported by the I t. Ag"3mD I and .Southern'Ststevcaruior but, notice of the river iyd by.the light of which THE next rwrtibr- .tel wf.uijCjoart will ,, .. -
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Jh Manufactures in the ; -- inodesofcujdvdng tKetBoilJn the neit and rsor-il! ." ,
t mtteofl; TUESDAY MO1tNING l\1"\Y.2i and I could re nortlienTrcgion. Tlieplanter and!
(III ntatt\'c -- _. towards the heaven-, and Wtth the constelation all persons concerned w'In.kf: 1TtI n,',Jc'. :

itf'i' J have rep blislled }:e la! amuorising entries I distinct though classes engaged in the same employment, ,. of the Sword of Leda directly above my head. r Return day l'n'ftys 'f;,. e&ch Cot.Tft .
; QUr community, as
r' Hnmp-'hirc Patriot saysIt is1bf' granting preemption rights to quarter quarter us. This i is doubtless owning to a vari any Even at this distance of time I recollect ,the _ 't ErjtTpO1t.J.P.- : -

,;b1e) tat}, th-ro has never bo.>u a con- or half eighths of Jand.IT ', some ol wirfen T will endeavor_ to pleasure I experienced i in sleeping thus in the FOR BALTIMOREThe ; .

'rk rrimoof perjury in this State, in this The woods America and still in
f 0rthC communication. northern of more awakening fine fast sailing
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from ihr upbraiding of a man's new mail arrangement will shortly be carried into of from one to three hundred acres each; I there heard the sound of the wind rustling '

;. ,. 1 He had been hired to swear- -Our DELEGATE has performed a mostacceptabc! were transmitted to their children; through tho.e profound .-olitudc! the- of the t S It- ) L4b L., (i 1 !;:1\. p 'Tt
( sained I by .his testimony.pocnted .- vice to his constituents in obtaining a mail twi divided into fifties, 'and in some cry red, will ;.ul 1 m the 27th ins:. For P.1Ss.ha,'n tri u- .
I" and the d'pr thn fall of the distant
S1"*, \-v liitnself to the week-The Post Otfire Department seems dispo (.late years, (more especially the stag cataract f .- it 'I'IIf'ntIv J : extend the benefits of frequent and of the large cities,) subdivided into while the fire at my feet halfcx'inzuished red- it St. Marks nr to RY. WRLLFOR. ; S

jV fll :kuowh !(d his giit% and thought i far as its means will permit We have rapid one favor ones of from ten to thirty acres. In all dened from bel w the foliage of the forest I Tallahassee,May 22,1932. 40 tf '

("rf"r: rll punishment. Fie was indicted and mutations one is extra even ricncf'd a pleasure from the voice of S
to ask, a weekly! mail to St. A'I ustine. tio thing exp _
nOW thc stat'in Pilson. tid ; the income of these small farms, by a the Iroquois \h. nhc., uttered his cry in the NEW-YORK.. 5 9 .

tJ J to mode culture, frequently exceed thai midst of the untrodden woods and "
WASHINGTONApril 23, by the light .i.: : THE Schooner CORNELIA, Captain -
.fairinlpl'ltant.t of Marseilles have for DEAR Ssr.-I am pleased! inform you,that! I large ones; and instances have occurred, of the stars amidst the silence of nature proclaimed Westervelt, will sail for the above port on.1 _

'iA pa: 4 been not a little annoyed by at length: closed the contract with thc'Dcp.lrtm XIIi less than ten acres, devoted entirely to his unfettered fa c, ciom. Lmotions suchas h4'4the 23th inst. hating good aCCt'mtnf"dti .. .-

0ie tllll P. amatory attentions ofagentlc- have to-morrow night fIr New-York and shall Iiii vegetables, have yielded a greater net these at of : ions-For freighter Passage apply to the. f. : .. -
please tars becauselife
\' ? than three hundred acres as formerly cu- twenty ) ago I Captain ">::1 t"\rd at St. hrkS ': .
: jll'r',.1"1":! iu tli'. 'oxxn \\ ho is afflicted with cure such stock as will cover that line in a iiti In the southern states, plantations were is "then so full of vigor, that it suffices as I "V'ay 22, IS32-tO-Sw. V ? Si._ _

"" ,D .,Ihr :p'ciej monomania.. I lie iswiih I manner. With! my best thanks for your polite from live hundred to three thousand acres it were for itself: and because there is .some- For New-York .
!1I conviction that all the prompt attention, with slight and Key-West .
1 ,1 lp unimportant variations, thins in early youth which incessantly urges '. .

1 ;"rr" ladi"; III tlU, town arc desperately I 1 in I am respectfully.c. nc the same at the present day. This cir- towards the mysterious and the unknown inspi finf' :,., .Wn, PI"1.' .. t f : -

,o1::1. him "and accoidiu ly makes them P. .- alone in my opinion, will account in a .sibi samina tingent; but in a more mature nge 6'ffT' : ImL WmID tlij4 k .
iih, Th" Hon. Jo?. M. WHITE.We for the ditlerence orthc two class- I .t".-.. 'Javer .
I Jl'rfh:' ia: turn demanding) their hand and the mind reverts to more impen.-h.ible: emotions s. \ j.l: 'u t : I :'S-
, its former course produce. a dense -For
popula freight or
, *iltn', r .a-ion-4 it is! no cay matter tot -:oooooo:- ; it inclines, most of all. to the recollections pa-sngc,havfrg eleiu' S
( \" o' I Tnr. nomination of Gov. Duv.ll has been latter a sparse ()IIC. Towns, vili.iixcs, (nvr.odatinns enquire of the?.r'asfpr on 'l">ardat. :

, cil 13"1 f4 I or ; 1 10f by the S'natc.-I has been staled that he will grow up with the limner every thing and the examples history. I would SIt'uk.., or JOSEPH LA DO. .. 5_
f 'tiul ;-luthor 1 tics I he is moro punc- I sin.r not a year passes without, its impro- still sleep willingly on the banks of the Euro- -Main)"lia. Mnv 22, 183?. 40 ; -. 4__ ;
"m.l\fll11' df not believe t'.e and do .
.( : atiej,d.incc than tinclerkthem! : report, not ) ; the mechanic, the manufacturer: and the tas and the Jordan, julie sbods! of the three FOR NKW-YORK.: -- :-- ;
hi' tinder
obligations to do. so.-It has also
I' "\f"" '"i'in" everv d'; instructions r IIlr.frshi1,1it 1 stated that any fir the fuure he will take in, I II are continually employed; look where: hundred Spartans, or the twelve sons of Jaeop ro .:S.' S "r
I no part ; ;) .. -
and will discover the ,1 f' i4
marks of 9 r"tpt,1
t F himself and you vigor vi.it
bftxvcen to dreams bnt I
irT were would
published my ; no
) I local Should this be a' fact would
politics. we : .
() '. A .scattered mUU1\U Jl1Nm
( population is the m:
:I tLC ..nitMrrs V. hen he honours with I prefer him to remain in office to the chance of a U I : the latter; plantations perhaps: a mile a- ger set out to visit lands uhich have nevci :t"I :. J .1:1LClat ., S )r r rS -

!: II_rill rtrnti'.m.s ,ihe fjeutlemau) irich and sir, undcc. present ci:cunistanccs.COL. : remain the same from generation: to been explored by the plough. I now feel the F. he above pore f1 Tu & :,.. thSj.1nst i.

:. bi$ \.i..it in a handsome equipage he : the same round of tillage and old! desire for those old deserts uhich shroud the i or freight 1 or the passage,having superior acrommodaions S
apply to Master l
. re Mprlhall.( ) IM..t.v.lln 1 1 a Cordial 1 reception GADSDHN we understand! Las ( and with lime van.ition, the same succes walls of Babylon or the legion* of Pharsalia; on rard'VoM.,or G.to BU (GEfS.
" : but he I inakinzacondilionil! : trcuyvith thc ujl1lc: < -if growing t'lhaccor field ofhirhthe furrows Tallahassee .
, ,nfinod hiiti.c1t to one as porsMsihralitvof crops iniign-im- arc ever craven on May 21, 1832-40 :
. IJT inamortas and thos-.talltah; t's I j 1.\ delegation of six persuns will be scut t<> .\' I and( exhausting I tlie;! soil. human thought, and where I may find man as
"al, |I the Country allotted them west of ihe \ii.-MF! let t.tke h 'tl' glance of the Notice.SIX -
] now us a -c\ I
eedin s have, been taken to place him ) am, the blood, the tears, and the labors ol i
; :'1 P ( ? and mcar;: of thiir favorable report, thi ar. I : of these two icgion-s. The planter I "
of the of tnni- man. weeks after date be
usurxHlance keeper a applicationwill made tC
f '" of .l' I'I' the treaty arc to J lie confirmed.They have an! ; of the $polisti! cfrefilll"lllill'; he may just County Court of Gadsden County, for letters S
'ID de' lnh'( : a ;good course phy> : I emigrate within five years should they accept i.i'll-llt'. as a deceudant of British ances- In .{" Administration on the estate .V/illiam tlollonmn S

I : l'r, Jia-larn: says, anti eXt'ellellt thing! "ti I terms offered. I! I ii tlie main he is !liberal, intelligent, highI digging! a well near Portland, lalely a swinging late of said County dec'd.
t stage In whic vas a ton of rock and dropped
turnadl. I in inst.inccs of ga\e way
f \\I'cofthe : ; many possessed a grace- DAVID HOLLOMAN.
."\ the' rucks to the 'hottu ,. 30 feet Those above -
I or more. 1st
and May
deiigiitiug m reiierons emotions I 37 it
ISDU nO'iTILlTIInc i i'"* hc.-vkd) the l : | thought! a Mr. F-. who vvao at the bottom,
I Nonroi.K, April 27. I tori"u" ChU'f; I'lak Hawk, 'w: 7ts-.uiiK-d a !' of I hospitality.! acquirement**, too, !I had perished ; but he soon after ascended well spattered .
John Drummond .\ :;pt'(.tahit', as he has generally a private or !i i and' alterminy ob.-erved, Notice
t Tflpl4t t boat Randolph, attiluJc- regimuiit cf the! I lliiuois Militia \ congratulations gravelv
!1 educiti n.-The t fanner has the t"OtJh-1 j U HI. then what do 4-
think Clf'our Temperancej
I I f\ill311ptm. while cnii>in; oil the eapes of consequence b.cu..r -red ''Ut. j tile uniiexvn granite; l horn his }boyhood to j society now ? Had I belonged you to the clll I water society On the first Tuesday in July next,

! Tr0I:1.1Hn'I.1' : ,, caught bctwct-ii 4-J and 50 IVOO''VJQTj 'i t \ :I 111delight has l been to till the soil with his ; I cert-iinl' should, : have been killfd-for I had that ||M ILL be sold at the late residence of John ColV

:- (ojVn, ofth lariat MZC. L'nhickilv) the I .: -jff.m-s of: Bel. I'JII: an yet Tfruljustcd : uds; labor has -nade hiu. robust, and given j j very instant the stones struck, left the place 0 go t'other 1 lius eceascd! in Gadsden County about two- .

- nhhoOk, em board lh l>oat. was hr.'ken at Cholera :t',1ple\r.j] ; l r P ,ris airl: ..,cri'ul mn-ii! l and! energy to his character; he has little I i side af cr some rum."-Bo: ou Daily Adv. hundred head of Stock Cattle

( lmnlt'n\lnll'J1t. b, a Ink: or some olhcir.h I ulc alarm-It is n p 'r d '<:' D.,. PrJto fnd) "-: I >nt of country manners 1 but he heeds !I; AnvMirin Precedents d :in.-l he Lord Chancellor' ,.n a credit of twelve months for the Ix-nefi' S

: : "a nai! \4:0I'r.O ir '41!, h-wevr, and II'J" fhe! IslJ.l\tlo.f \lrd-i. a, "i'l.th' ;..!: iiLJi( $ he has that aviiicli; i is more substantial I, an j! says before Bell's the House Messenger I JIlt .March has again brought heirs and creditors of said dec'd., small notes: of with the
:! I of Loidsthelaxv of Debtor and Cred:
I I simplicity! and sound common H'II l'.1 I|I ipproved security must 1 lie givrn I before the
p'loth" .h-M>e ol"i tMi h 'oti, uhi'-b their -" 'o I1) 'n- itor. It appears that thc law commissioners have mad property -
I SAMKEI. HOUSTON'S h sbccn amidst schools, education is a part of his will be delivered. JON. ROBINSON, ExemMr.
risi postpowd it. _
. .v.all ,nvd x\ ith tin- sumo fanlitx as ) rep" recommending abolition of imprisonment = .
fi.M" piimut: ; anti to read, to xvrite, to cast ac- for debt .11. Mav: 1st, 1 3-2. 37 Ma.
I the sickness tit UCVw.sci.. I o ether, (both
hook i i. -ailedt ; TM ; on incuse process and in execution 11
,1'I'b1J tic n a ffennint: though' it is not only the .rix'ilege of the limner; excepl in cases' vvher debts have been fraudulently if
I -:()""(''n:-
ir ,ruit- l'itv' ftithfully; for more tlrmarsedo IIou-'u or IlKi-'.. \pril iC. JS. I I In-stowed nj>on every poor child contracted. The experiment habeen receutlv_ To Sugar Planters :

:' th--m 4.-apt'd m jmJIin; ? in tIlt \ I : \ ... Here, I am sorry to say: xvith made by the United State* America. and we haven K S.\Lf-4
Dr.An. I have succeeded in the nd
>in- iiaving: > Copper Boilers
,,.,,_{ nimiuotid: ? 1 isconfi.'l'-nt that if In education( stops. The higher order of ci- doubt it will: be f found to answer ; because it i is m.i F. j t :
&p. ;i 11.11 r.'p'lri t I 1':'y 1t. C4I.)1flt4V fit I,1I "t S .ti'l 1 (2t : I ; only t unded essential opner Dippera Skimr'ers&nd Scoops at
j taste I lr< reading and polite literature i on justice but in gd policy. ,
wIth Miit 1hle l 1tlU okoAiUufuMhi !hi' are
tn '. -(\\clpro\.ttl"l! ;) 1.1: 'hc .Scn.t:,'-It % .s impossible: in have: had it | j Thunder! Morin at Sea The amvcd reduced rriceApply
I llxv Dromo
( to yet these iexv, when found a- I ship a. toBETTON 1
el) ih fishxvn-
\ "': as I : Do-ton from ., & EMORY. I
'l'iu'c tle: mechanical of the Cadiz. on thl' ht of Marrh when in I la: j i .
',?. '.,'IU\S, I li liP"( ail i tii- way hutivr.Mi. Hog j I will <'11lo.wo: to h ivc til' s'inc bill rrp'.rtcd are the pride or agricultural and ornament part oldie :; 41 J.-. IIi;: 44. whil" scudding in u heavy pale front Skv 15. lt-r2: : ifrUTICK. .

J.andmJ: (:::rr },:. I;, :hc (-. tnt of his crnisi I f'itie oflirprt hi ntatives, and pr.icuc.sb1c lt; i From! such cottages spring "Webster's"t: L :. i-:. wa struck by light ng hich ;shattered tin ] .Raiiaway from j 1

i i';. It is n'*t o- .ii Jn-* codJi-i: t-> vi>il our I t.li.t.1 up HU; of i its: Itnll'-I have devutt-d! Adams'New England. I head main of royal:n.iin.and topmast mam-topgallant splintered ma the>ts mainmast.j.to pircer.pli. i ii p. .1, lIP Subscriber at ,*' loaa=:. 'about the '11
.i"i'-,' m'ldl.t.-t auiltitu'les: but the probai. I .,}II.i unroniiitnj \t'I.ion to this subj", ) the laihord! pump/ and fife rails around the ast. bun S .i:fJIM-'iprillasta belonging MuIaito3lmn to the etIlteof bv Jwhn the C namui Ar- "It

,:M I<.th it t they have )been driven en mi-sf ( rin: the iIl1ll'.r.lIce of the o'-jtct! itself, ;\. of Lightning. During the storm on : the pump coats ; the fluid piud below between llie ; ini-Moad Halifax. Va a2ed about .l o S S l

1t, JI'1.h
MiSih'n!!.rth? f.\ti.-! .*..hnary .->evcily of the wea- I f.tuiiful frichda of Jac: s,1I1 county. by Mr. Harxey Eells in :lilfird'hlle a and plank knocked from down the shiip'side the two men split at tile the plank wheel.shear, &c u. the near- liiare.,t JiiJ rMjesff-J to I'ABI.NR.1l'l'IAD.nay take him :ind commit him.' j I ;! 'I S

th-rat home.-He-aid. I I am very nv-pev'tully: : yours wore at dinner the lightning truec! 11.\In T1J11IS.: -An ad\erti r-ment lately appear AII'illa :.. ?. 1z-: 29 tf 1

jus. M.\viii II 1'1(')& followed itdown to tllp I itl( cofthf in tile Dublin Kvcninz: l'n+l. Leaded Iron bedst'i-! -- t :: f!

PiTTSBtir.ilJ'cnn.( .) Mar.-hSF: 1S32 \rII.OS, E'Q. ( from thence it appeared to pass thro : and beddingVe? supj-o-s.-, according to Ute fatter SJCEEPHLLXD.. 1

flSEU): .1'1.1' WiLLA''K.: i :> Q. -:000(100- housfj in three different direction*. A term, dial the linen i is of sheet ironFankfort.. Rt''e! :: r"" i'rrvh!; ft U 'fl'6tmL9 :

Oa innmJax l;i -T, ;a matter: of a .singular iri- A BILL 1rM'r' )\ ( the rafter down the rave.;,-thci On (Ky.) April J 1- -1 aid i1mW CDmr! t 11'Ile t i'
I Supplementary;) : tie! ;net :1 mtinri t! t .1or at the ( ort be-fore i din tore much of the -outh S :
:je( was uu pi- :: 1 1 1. !, away f Chiles w.is killed iu the streetof t.'iis: town j
rv, of Florida loosen CmuVI eiv.-eenCliijM la; i j o Crates Crnl'korya.re, 5 S r
h.. ii-air: Judi' {ii'l.lle. It"a-: t )li..d I **tr Jiml: St. Anilreu'.s l IJi;'.y, ;uii| frmu 31 !j! the bouse; another portion o! the fluid ,: by being xtattbtid' -oc\'crllplace! with a knife. almost! It4ist: Iron Plousrs! ) I!

<"H :'oinjilaint) i.l .".1 a %am-l a c.P itaiu) ,I" !iiiaihcf 1 j i to Halifax: rix- 'r, ill said: : Terrilory, ;) I II down the chimney into the cast room j I tit instantaneously.of this place surrendered are informed hin.slf that to the Obannon civ il authority 1'* (-. 5U BMs. P
\\ } ("1iu' ii.umrin: uhirh lit obtained! I ]1 M I'vli s$'(.>1111.( one thousand( ciglit! li-iiuiivcl j ) injured the wals; ceilings, & cup- a. the/ perpetrator of the act.; titd.I'Il'IU? justification: 50 10 BbK Hhds.! Fresh BACON FLOUR, ,v.

ii-rt-r ut apjn.iuttnvnl" ul"Jn ti< C 01 the! iV-n'e thirv-two.: and another portion of the fluid pa-: >ed j a-s acting ill s-lf dtsfi'iice, upon the cviilnco adu'ucti 5U libk. AVIIISKEY S :II4T'CTION

or I'm town-Lip. in thitounty.t 1 It'as alK' I lie it Ciiiicicdbti the Senate ami Haute c>f I the chimney until it came to a stove pipe i "n tlie trial I l efnre; M"-,srs' 'V innate and ShuUl"Jr S 50 1'1'1. :N. I'.,. RUM,, .; "_ ,. :

'< hlt the tPJlI1tm'-lIt; ; had been procurredo j I benlaliccs 'f the United 'la[(,; of.,'Jlllt"l"Ctl in down the pipe to the sto\ in the ; the IV'ttitiinx been c mtnittt-d to jail to await a trial before; 10 Tierces Jhffsp. S
jr/rs5 assembled, That so much ul'tII,(' act, <: next Ciicuit Courl 30 P.Ms.! S
at jivcrnnr y <';itti:: ; the signatures i of :)1 r. E. his wife, three children, ': J.,iin fj'ibi'rts was also implicated to the .
I as acces :
.\II net to null I.>e the Territory of Floriili I: ( j trY 3 R\fcs! Osnahtr2ls,
fflu-. tf-.p 1 ctabltindixidiuals in Pitt-burj; and : neighbor were silting near hc stove in i.iurd.-r bat h Ua-i; been discharged by the examining '
I lands of :
I open ii canal through tin public the j 30 D"ztii Bo-tSfd: Cider, ;
VMI.U ; .)'ipititun; for ojjeaiiig I a turnpike I teil States bftv.'efii ChijHiln nxerandSt about twelve f:ct >quare. 'Ibe doors' cour.-(Argus.Kxtraurdinary. Linrp"el: : Salt, il f'Hds alaI h1 r.tJ S

T"! '01.1.jj.. rio Z1I.- SMiic 1'Vrry ont "; ha v. in West Flori,la, and !Between Milan/.a: : I :|j ( stovo suddenly! llw open, and a fat: Recognition. the year 17JJ.:? JIi*. Jrr.s n" ,-Irh'US kinds, .5l're4i
Crois. from Convent ( ;iiih.n' Theatre. i'cotiaiui J .
( Mjion2ih"lj.: The of I Halifix: rivers Knst Fl. ri l.i of the under the killed other went to OLIVE OIL ,
: depositions mc- in > or was > was : no 'lor; 'he summer, and after the Ildinbur: season BUTTE! CR..ICKERS ; .I'

Inninduidnais \h-> ;Iad -nnr.ed said turnpike I tie: Lc i islatixx Council in pursuance ; viok'iicc was to be .seen on the cat, '. ha.I d'l .c.J. the ctllIIJ'any"I'llt to Glasgow.- On out Lard, Iliurer, ,

TjadMition, were taken, and! have been ibrird I rerjuire thc location: of the cmals; and maps tu !! the hair was taken; off the side for about iCa'iIIi the Prlt\ t visited the Thc-itre. and as s...':. And an adil"n.- su h:'* r.r< ;
furnished to the Commissioner: of the ( ? i j as Mrs 1i(.?.> came on the M.-ig-?, he loudly! exclaimed. ', 4
-dtothf "e-reiary of tate tbe L by hm: I i inches in length, and fllle inch in brea ,. m Dt :iTrn h
I I Land OiRce xvitbin two years: niul so much Mop; tIlt play till I..speak to that woman !f' The man u-hiriith! his ... : i
sr'n.uti-d r ,' IeiaturuI'U Mrs. i E feet eX'I'
to th" bittiuiviilun
ilH iher. u the was two iieta-
: I o"'as requires that! the canals shall Uj ol'ellclt nger :) su-pended the performance ; the curtain i i rpniely low for C.lS/i, COTTON HIDES.
ior.. b'lth tur and .1alust .1 lr. \Yai l1 e ;i.iiiy! f for( nax-iipition xvitiun:. t five ye-irs t 'UlJltl1l' the I lightning trurk her foot, tore ofl" W dropprd.. The I'mvoit went round to Mrs. Jro-sV j, '.*hr.-ig'lia| April: Till' IS.12. 33 tf. 'j. J
eDOW. tinJ.- ; \ of her shoe several holes in the drei-img loom Alter few inquli(CS. lie found her U. :; -
!>t'iril cu-ul-ition :'or szwture ofsi: d la\\: be pealed:I ; and it sliall: be tore : -
be his wife from whom IK had been ne.iil I : 1
I ,
< the ncillity-\mZr i locate ami. futnish the C 'ntn1'.si fort her raised blisters her separated ) .
throjgh citvand- its i ioner as ( : I i .stocking, two on twenty )'ea' The) each had suppo.-ed the other dead. f .t ,
Mal1lfact.mr.: I .".ith tiic: maps direc.ied In the second SCCtii i greatly bruised it. The lightning J Ji The huibaml immediately' took her borne and the next I II

I .sa'nl act within tI ur \'.ir: from its date, i' tI abmi* the carpet( about two feet, i evening she male her appearance a: the Theatre as a j I $Z2ToNsA ,
; I comjiiet": s-iid: cur.ils: suitably lor iii vialioh1 % J :l.ectatllrUtamatic( I Table 'I'alk.nar 1 ,
QttEtCF'11 1C.-The woather \hih! \vaMiiy I a streak in it a halt; inch uide i ; it then I 1
in from I' ors iiil .ct. ----- -- --n
lIaea fi-jjnt years tne pas igt II | -
1'b J'I cold-r I j : over the toot of \Ir" E. it an eleci i: -- :
'J..1e : on rrid.iy gave
I .Snc. 2. ,'lnd be ilfurt\er\ ('1acTLat; i! MAKUIIiD Thomas County, Georgiaon the S. !i
2IJ1l tul'.tha :iuw -odnorth-ei-t! .* iid ha.- I I IM, and is 1i.tIra: l1i(,) to tuc i ) j jconipainos i and thence marked its course along lUih mst. by the fleli'hal.l N. Chrcstman, Mr. .'
: "ail'dlth j to the side of the house. Another SIMEON; ALEX. SMITH Mi-reliant! of SALE. The !.
lilt IIItl'frlJtloJ--l'hc ni 1 ha ; und.-r tiie :authority i of the sid 1 I ; Magnolia subscriber fcaviftg tcca ,

bl'enco\crtl tor tin. 1 h..t'lhrf>c d.\1 \\ itn iliat- tori-i: L ';::0' It .-e, to aid in tiie ) % ) the lightning paocllirom the Stove in Florida, to .Mis J .' S(TSA'i,daughter ufJ uo. 1'arramore, auctioneer for L on County, gixes notioeth.it ,,

l:1c: detr'h..t.l f fUn the tca.ii.: ; rthore, and saidcird-: : :: -"rtiois: e'.cn, of the I pm.ic: I II Ij j : direction and cut its way along the El- r.ft'.p tl-rmrr T'lar-e. make such he sales will attend as in be desired.Tallahassee every sale day to -.
:i may Regular dayr,
I urprJ pail: 01 t fie ncnh) ( iiauuel: u> therk. j xvituiu t I P ". v five ,litnctin xxMicb; tney I II I and the floor, until it entered the cellar : TO Tlf. EDITOR OF T.'tt. i'LOHIDIAN' tuesdays and Ways:: on iv hich days it is wished, nil

h1Od ot 'is. It ajij. .1 i pr.ulhl. al>osf l I I situated, to t t.ectcd by said: companies: III ( wall. Most of the inside of the house sales: rn.iytc\ fiXed, if practicable. In my absence application
D.Iho ot'iju I titles t not !e esi'Mii:' [quarter: ] half sections of I shivered to and much of certain BROWN (a Clerk can be made to P* ULMOR'E, city marshal. S
i 1- f' on this -i > of :luvc ,;i'f iv- ) pieces i
h1S : oft' ,t> una ppr":>,,inted lands of tup United fir.l hln'rt time in the Store of Tin-pen, Esq.in The subscriber will attend administrators or other sales ;
5 l.h.j down, Th s tfteuoon there :; of wJncn tncy : lurnish the ( : coveting was split and torn off; the town i It\lafltirCh1O! and now said tobe a Clerk in ni the county, on reasonable notice. S

1'1 .fin.f.d. J, sovs. 1'ers.oiis who. ioswfcC |1 lite: General 'Land Ollice with a descriptive I the family received no other injury the Apothccaiy hlore of K. Perkins, Druggist, in !she Goods and articles for sale, will be received at all -

a.. : it. p.t'-r on i-iiJav J eveninst.it: c I ind pa: terns shall issue to said Compa ies/or above described. The house was City of i'iillahasscc,) lus asserted, thai I stated to him, times, at theaution room next door to Willis. Ran ,I F

1U2! ice ua. affirm aiu ..iut.-r-(i tzt'U".. ; lands so located, contained in such list, as in I smoke, which poured from it in all "Th\t C:1pl3in Everett. White went into the! Store of dolph's Drug tore. -*
Jno. 1J. Collins, <$ Co. in th- town of Mor.ticello, willa JOHN WESTCOTT, rr. IFth.
cases directed by taw, subject, ho\veverjo f ns, as if the \\hole inside was on fire drawn knil in his hand, and that I > ould be the 2lt 183-2. 27if Au-tionrrr.

Cne memoir of Morri inr-liulos lettei of-I I tQ tit United States, upon condition of a : I I of the hinges on the doors were par: witness to substantiate the fact &'." I pronounce the S

;j-mris Conunv toci'era! 'iate to complv! xvith tiie provisions of the act : I j! ( but no lire was kindled. From above assertion made by the said Brown, to be a wanton SELLING OFF LOW FOU CASH AND *
: which is amendment :j malicolls lie. S
.andoiVusict, an ,and scandalous PRODUCE.
'l'd prk 1'0 n, .1 un" 7, 77:', xvhieh eon-:' : PrnviJ, '!' .:It the [selections] locations of I \!'i .cts thunderbolt appeared to burst SAMUEL LANGLEY.

'Ipa..,, :)'h-si'):: panH'1Jat; I) iItreb1atthi. :- I ht rein granted shall not li*.> matte of any lands I air several feet above the house. One Monticcllo, M .ylG, J932.Attachment.. IEItR & STURGES, desirous to ,

t i1". {'In\\. \', u I'I a- hostile to I served Vrorn t sale by the laws of the United ,i of lightning entered the ground about -"- -chauge their present line of business, will sell .' S
II t-hj retyn. <,:id res jjvd"his ('roiii'iu-sion, butit [cur ofnnv" hiving] or whichhace graving, j: : feet from the house, and another part (.If by wholesale or retail, their present stock (f goods :

\'_.1o e t.1)h ,\ .- I-.M ..rd.. J I'or thi- : a :ulHcient quantity of[naval] live oak j. a well pole, which was about five Green Chair, vs. Ben ) IHE Defendants in consisting of a general assortment, stilted to the cock ,
|.jrpo-c ,I Chaires Executor and Betsy this suit will l take of the
It sumption country, :- .
b.'Ul t lurk : scrx-ed to the United States as reported by The thunder cloud ca.ne out of the \ ; \ -
lOW!, vhrc Executrix of Da- that Groceries and .
ou.r. sva- I I Floyd J n-"re application liquors Dry-Goods, Foreign and
: I : P
!1Z bt; .: "ild ar, fH.n1lsh! nothiiiii. -1 Hiutcd i ia !' ecnt the ccrtafned Navy Department further, or : ( and a person who was watching it \ is Floyd, deceased, James \villbemadetothe Superior domestic, Hardware &c., Liverpool crockeryare ..
< iere.lUTn: by S. Linn,and Elizabeth Linn I Court of Lertn hats and shoes .
; IS in, thi' that the report and the flash came near t saddlery,castings &c. Together. with
aji" ove menJ '- and reserved prior to I
J pt the.Nax-y Department, late Elizabeth Chas. the October irencrnl of
bzd t and when the streak of lightning had Floyd r Countyat next t assortment provisions 23tr _
l"r.n; Ht l n.-ver had a sufiiof i- j; location. Floyd, ItohcrtFlovd,GahiI I term, to foreclose -
idea -.I trillj( i ,a.h.d thi, place! ( within about fifteen rods of the el Floyd,Thomas"C Dfvris-s r a mortgage given by Da NEW-GOODS. -

Jtr: Czir't.l'' :lr"ll! Marvl.u u uponhns,. I The !aw case about the ltsofihe Condrs it passed over a goose, which suddenly & Miles R. Davies.solehe-rs I I v is Floyd, to Henry M. .$
illustration c.f the national character heels' and rcpreseiitatia-esot'Dai Brackenridge, on ihe.west
hip I di tj" I a perfect ) ( rolled over head for some -
"tided, of tin- hottest oftja
) I rreitdi. Old Conde hung himself make sure Floyd deceased. J half of llie Northwest ..
!. !)t' !oi l tfl a 'f.w days a jo, almost' t I I ing the loyal subject Sophy Uawes. France, quarter section nine, township one, range one, JOSIEPILLADD .

) ", 'hat ,-4iuoJv| v\ho pleiscd or did j -iif exception, has been always governetl by a K same clan of thunder cracked more south and cast, and the east half of the North East at -

ot'tdCltre the 'uu.inauder-in Chief, ou htt I Mistress, or a Dowager Mcssalina? Napoleon panes:of glass in a shop standing quarter section eight, township one, range one,south .Jallguolf". ; !
. ,Of t s bt ; 1 -inly .'vecei1I that ever wore n beard or breeches, fifty rods from the house occupied by tint east, said land lying in the County of Leon In>' H..4.S received by the schooner Da- -
kppt in The S
tie nrmy. surviving I they abnudnVied him from a mere instinct to lKJ Territory (Fiorina. GEO. WALKER, FliPs Att'y Webster, and sloop SnlendiJ.. a cocitiletoCK
1 r 1. 'as ah\avg) the true patriot.- Nat. I and petticoats. Louis XVI lost his !throne n -Jlegister. May 22, I I83'2- 10-tOct. '. of orthcm Produce. Groceries, DiyGoods.'ec.t ? ,

I the want ofa mistress, and Louis Philipp'- will \ 1 ngwhich are Liverpool salt, macKerel l (N. E.)
kte rl received in Washington City, ont I suit. This is th mere essence French history, : .-The last -number of.J COTTON GINS. S vtim, Irish potatoes, teed oats,In sacks-3* spleudui S.-

] daj. Colonel John I jrrnt pcrliaps, hut jw) >sitive-the spirit and tle: contains extracts translated from SUBSCRIBER respectfully informs the Cit- i Allows' Top Gigs, grain measures, Patent w1e- .:
Mention the death of sivf of truth. Citizen Philippe cannot ( THE .lils
, nrs large lot of tin
I writer's account of his Georgia and Florida that be has commenced ware, iron and steel Plough?.
f South C'arolina, late Governor of Tuilcries much lonjrcr. His wife is too uirly-lier 'M RyeGin,wines, coffee, Tobe..coof.ysrou'kut3 '
r .
$tate, and formerly a distinguished politi- I trcssing smile, her risus sardonicus will kill the from Paris to Greece, Constantinople the manufacture .f.ff kSDlith' Tools with unproved patwu Viee r: a -.

.. 'i Con I w ith ennui. Diablo! Sncrt!-what a pity Egypt and Carthage. This work cry extensive assortment of Hardware, 'Engliik 'and I
, J! lc s. I not gently! canonize him with c1Jriotcth3t! much book oftravds memoirs of ;-mestic Good, a good assortment of Drug, .V rf.f. .:. .
a as
j ,! or-th Cholera in the West Indics.in .- I mous philosopher was it, who was killed by en at his shop in Decatur County, Georgia, near l\1r, !ic-s, Paints, Sft. Bottled cider ofr erygood: quality t I
and of the du
1 fetti\'cd N. York dated St Thora" I dropping an oyster on his pate?-Boston Post. impressions author Sandborn's Store, near the Florida line. : able salt In small boxes, Raisins, bale rope, cotton .
If 7, journey over the shores of the Mediter- lIe otters for Sale, at low prices,a number of Cottoi aging Osnaburghs, hats,shoes, Bonnets, etc.-Als* :
contains thn)
following :- I (alirnani'' Mffttenger annooncef the death Of his first night amidst the ruins of Gins which he warrants tube good of quality &-well finished Sin extensive assortment of lancy goods and ready rruuioclothing. t J
Zts rcreivi-d here yesterday from St. celebralp'I Champollion. in his 4'>d year. oAei a -His Gins may be returned when not apj-r \ i iS
author intcr- .
our the
4Itate that an Enpltsh ship 'ii.WOF had nr- and painful iInM! By !bin death." Ray that gives' following of on trial Those desirous of purchasing. would v He has two schooners/which he calculates' to ran \?e.wreen J.

e from Harhadocs, with the Cholera I'I! the urientific world Fu-lliInS an irreparable '0"". :- well to call on me. this place and Kevr-York during this season ; f

Twent -thp occurred in : jh-co'itvof Egyptian history has only acquired supprr Joseph brought me my sad Lettas addressed to the Subscriber at Bainbrid* 'ind having erected anew ware-house, is ready U> take 1
) caves the which Geo. or Tallahassee Florida, will be punctually af ,- ._
cient intennily to point to UIJ treasures usually served for, my pillow. I cotton on storage, und Iibera a.dvuiirt'i to* I
/1 L 8' but none of them had as yet-- pro- eorrea'fHl there, without enabling tw to examine cloak and the ded to JOIJN' WATSON.* purchase to a large amount Will pay a liberal prim
I I reader them ana"ble." myself my slept on May 221832-.10-3t pr. iilcs-aiidskins. Ie.mnbr 13ib ""* *" .

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Ctttfltftfl* MORE NEW GOODS. f p ,'EL. 'lasD.:West.cott
JiOtiCC. AMERICAN Ji & .3. p. .n

THE nnilcrMcned have been appointed Trustees ?IOri G 1 .' HAVE formed a Law partnership in F1t.b.
_t the benefit of all the creditors nf Ji hn I-auda-; 4 thtsaetyr( goodreceiet1intbCity of the former is inTaKahaj}
4 thb season, and which are offered low for 4
the latter at
man. Tbyaiedfj>irou8 of settling the Hi!5nes aso Point Apps1eLrt,1 .
rash, then; wil! l>e found, at the new store of the sub-
.3 ',n as po&ilile, and to thh r nd they rrntsct all tht ness entrusted to them in any of the ronru ( .
crib"r, ]* "!.3 choice lot 0
t Excliange-street, a ci fancy
the Counties
crrdiWs to present their claims rvs soon as practicable.And : or adjoinin Georgia or Ala. .
CJoths: and Cassimers of which
a part they will men !
be strictly attended to.
: ihoM indebted are requited to liquidate or pay tion. AU-.3d, 153.
___ ; tttiraccount C. C. WILLIAMS, )
I Wm. WILLIAMS, J Trustee*. Super d } blue, rape Finished, Broad Cloths, Auction & Commission BugfoT
v Vtlvcl do.
Gee. E. DENilS.I ) Patent finished (Westof England) Black do. subscriber having'
THE been
April lOib 1932.! 31 SuHseribcr respectfully informs his friend*,
do. fine Olive, do dOdo THE aortioneer i for Leon I'
-". eoonrrerrices 'I
the public that he has rented the ,
Cinamon Brown do. grnerally, ,
FLORIDA. to in tlvcauction
OF l1l..ADE and sold and Re- commodious the West side of the public aiMJcomininess.
I J I Bottle Grten, do. I wholesale large : building: on He ple<{g r himself pay strict atle L

County of Leon.Esiray Saxony blue di.La LTL tan in Frederick county, 3Id. bv C IIerton, Capitol Squareformerlyoccupied asa tavern by John bnine.ss intrustrd to him ; and attend .
vender Drab and Dove l Ca. iiners concerned in Dr. Do w ncr. The House having undergone a thorough tsate.r
c.o ('r( the Patent with JadkJ ,. sales in the country. His ofEce is in the
Horse A variety of silk Vcstincs, (new patterns.) ''I The above Ointment is offered 'to the public as a repair, will be ready for the rccep!km of Boarders and l1olia. where be may at all times berouoo.r.o"'lct\f",.

\KSN up L> John L. km. Fb; handkerchiefs, Punzee d'J..J pale and certain remedy for those obstinate diseases Visitors on the 13th inst. March 13th 532. 30tfWOTICE. Il
T near thc Imouy, and appraivd by White and fancy cravat; I some of which have so long baffled the skill of medical 1 JOHN W. REAVES. BilD

fe TlumiasG. Collins, June J. Lester,, 4 !>,>zcn fine fashionable linen shirt", 3ience.J1 .-KEBR &: STt1lC

and ames Virkers: a d'* tbGcntkmens' Bosoms, White weI1inof every description. New store on the Suwannoc. .L. request al! those indebted to them .
silk & Merino half I Iue, 2 Dark Horse. oWILL<( iT j I? i mti!i_ 1'c\ i are< uct previous to the In January 1532 .
3 1
: Schirrn
Cotton and Angola! do or Glandular Tamoors. particularly
with white on i his bark, snppowd to I beoccasioned Silk and silk Velvet Stocks, late t fa-shi"r.?. (. thoe hardened tumour in omen's breasts w hich oftcn- open a new store at the ward and ?tte the same "n before the"next or -.
fcomr spot longer
as indaljerce
.,; '_fr'4 a saddle-four ftcticht inches Iiiit.r' In addition to the above they otTer a splendid asonratnt times terminate in ulcerated cancers. of the Suwanaee and Withlac'wheeRivers Tallahassee .th c-caoi Uc pTea.
1 by February 1532.
of made manufartcd in the latest ; 4th Felon about the first of May next, for the of
Supposed toy five yf-ars old, worth fifty dollars. Ready Clothing, ; or what some people know by the name purpose
u,1 Sworn to Ixforc me the 2nd April I 1832. : ,j. !ATlIAVICKEll?, to l he genuine.-Coniistin; of !up'r Iour.! hck! : : Rheumatic ralU* of the joint supplyinj: the adjacent country with ;I i TJjey! intend ..lJdolinistrators'ice..

-1 Justice of the Peace. brown, Cinamon and Olive Dr'>s Coat, do Frck Gib Sprains and Bruised of every description or in erecting a store and ware-house, and running a ALL persons having claims; 3.tinst
A trne from the Estrav IV ok, do Pants, &.C. silk Velvet Vesti, FI' renun* silk ditto whater part ituat I Poll! Boat between that point and the town of Ma=!- of the fate Mini CrawlLrd dttt'3st'd tIle estr
.' cr-pv Valencia and Marseilles! all of wn.ch ill 7tb Tetters lia, <- t I ,,. D. McRXNEY, Clerk, L. c. c.Executor' they w set I of all kinds. In this complaint the patient go place ed to present them duly aulheiiticatei: r
m !, kwtPrcL'h. R. B. & J. B. BULL, in applying the Ointment must keep the part rwarded by them at a reasonable freight. They w ill I itlin
flt&J 4 Sale. I ovcmber22d 1631. 14 tf !! out of water purchase cotton, hide?, and deer skins, ?nd! will have time prescribed by law, or they will be j

: i) till Chilblains, or parts affected by fro t.j constantly on hand an extensive orir.ent of jroidsotall barred. Those indebted :Jo said estate
I 4k p WILL BE SOLO on the 2Cth day of May Fl'Jrid next, WAITED j. It is also oue of the best remedies fur Burns and[ description*, such as Pro\"i iur', Groctrirs, Haninnd I quested to make immeiihte DavANDREWtouXG rr f'n: aT
,:pr Vernon, Gadsden CVmmy, : Scalds. It ea es the pain and draws the fire out in a Hallow! ware, EnclUh and America: n Prr.GJs,
) ', One Lot of Land 2T72): JS'KBST3'JC5liaiT :J.1' e short time. I. Tin-ware, IVti:sand Medicines! Hats, Saddles, Shr. S Jackson County, April_,L"1 1. 32. Aijr.r.

: -r.f> Or.taininj near a half areith a larpc WAREJjJT -us ato ,. r-t tl.U. 1>. 4' ; For Inflamed Women's CreasU and Glandular, ., CrnckeiOd Gbtss-wareaIt, Iron, Steel, Nails &c_ 3 r

.I % HOe-E thTTf-n, tbrtyMX; arrcs (if land on th) West Swellings! itisuperiortoany i medicine known to !j March 13th l Id32. 30tfr J thinnistraors'x-'

I 0'*'<& nslfof the Nur.h East'quarter of tf'unn 33, S. 4 It. Jrwftfjgmss: "t. j the medical! 'facultt.' It is inucli] safer titan mercurial 'i ALL pcrsoas indebted to the '

C' \. If \\. Four lots on the qr. S. owned by Mrs I 1 applications, (as It docs not contain the smallest atom | t Bannister tate ofi ,
,i Tanner; a bun on NecroesMiupjsrd to bcinthc.Stminole 11a\ C leceueu u> nit trite a1TiVaIhor S of any prepartbn of that material) btcaue it diem j NEW STORE deceased, are requetcfj tnrnalg

Nation; aln, a claim on A;'Jn.\lhi lIla Bay. :':*.*-krk; and Lamiinir a t.i supply of t tFresii t I' not lay the patient liable to injcr> how expose to IN TALLAHASSEE. I nicnt immliarefy.nd all those who fl3ve7

Terms made: known nn the d\v "f Sate.ti Dru i cold. I I mands against i the Estate are requested
I JNO.MTLLV)H, Ilxccut'-r. gi.i and C 1 l1ernical i j This Ointment has cured sores of many years tand- I TIlE 'ulscri'T!' has taken th" ;house next door to sent them duly authenticated within 1$
\arrh 2 1'32 3 Irs.! I Am..04 tt.tm art .ifan: 3id other Barks (iu>- :' ing. U liertxil isimpjs-ible i or iDlpmJei.t.to h'-31 the: &. M. AK.NUSTEAD, '',- CO. and optnin-- prescribed by law.; HAnDY VICKEHS tie

: ,i nine, *i ij}:mup, t '.. ,i"But--k P"-{>j jr, Morj'hme, ERH.,- external sore in consequeitc of the bone becoming; a Lare- amid ccneralosvirtmentofGROCERIES

T1TOTICE.-BENJ. MELLICHAMP, I I: '.:!Ie, ir yc'.nir.c.i..upuimxtraci Kahmra} said to .. can us or rot'.en \\J11.t,1' the progress of the canes.: Tallahassee, April 17th 1932 Adminitr2k
: | ;'t fcPfX'Ir'IC I> VW .ry Mis- at of tl.c \umabieprrjijTrftii increase the quantity ol the di.-tl.arge. rcujo\e the 01: !
L r.nl-ia't .,' til :;-::44,lir.t.: I ; ,! i LIQUORS &
t. I 1) .1 : ; of f ft-n ,
: I .3 Curjxn tr, l'Utiitr, Vcjid'.r a:tl i\e :mel1!) and tM-elhe pain.It : -
CinMonSnuvb\ Cir"lma, ji'fnn lui fnerdst! \\ NOTICE:
: tavtr, l f.Al cures the worst Feions or Whitlow-" on an application DKY-GOOJJS.
th public: that he "ill af, ml! f"UJrl..1.lIy!! t .fth..1: of 4hours HE
; .us d.iut-s of his prf'9i'" -, %\ii;U'llf'f'' cA\e\ \ HJM:,. >o Lemon D ropPontrefac t cakesi.f lihvamaiisno a rn'riz: U Inch arc the follow;articles, T Cmmisioners. pomtf'd under alt
w.ich the
have lust
U m-iv b.- found} at fJ, n...r:11rarr,'*- f,n.i: -inth -- .11 lull, li'irci >iito: ; In.1.-lib 4' 't-jj.IL} ( iiu:, :!l, a disorder oodso long a- to become*. Double! rr iud Loaf. H a vauna superior White. Rna.l Lerislative Cf1uncil! for the L i1 1t1t\
systematIc lequire* medicine to bn taken inwjidiv hereby
i rt J'nr-c rf c..ptin! M'. \ Sfabr'fk, A f.mil. I I i-vZi-ic-! ::' -,J njul"; Pac: i<..r c.u.h} -. and! COIC-, '1 <'liiKolltir :I- Very rtt: ; iNew Orlean> duto rmnSugar.Cot1.p lion A-r git'e nolke, that the 1mb oSu! ,.,,
( to theru said
.' from Talhln; "(''efar.! 13 I-:!. :;(114 I I *.- .brateU: rttiuiiy. I for the C-iiokra MorlfUi I remote eMire.y.! i>ut in ino-t coiurnon Havana Green, f.roSt quali:). toad, will be opened at the TI"ea.i
ca- -s this .wrc; in
apjil\m the
iL' : Ointment
: ., :ll.jv. cl 1 Complain t 4":. Ai:v.,Kor ).tI L S exteriutfy directed 01YOWl Capitol, on Monday tteTlaSAM.
< iiv>n
-: FRESH DHfGS k MEDICINES ; rnp i% it will give relief And e\.-ii in nlll i l people. \\ I.,> ;; Hp n, 1mptriatami' Po'ichon"FRESli n :Xt. o(3 .

:1.: Ju>t recfivM. larjj*' and i roiiij'lt'U-t i :iortm tit !d very\IJf; t HII.ui"r.ld] I Iiy the Clualitv Gallon Lilli or\\I'z arntiu':! "ii t Pu>tu&, nnicii\ 'f f- ,; paii: :, ha\e teeo of longer sounding, uM ill!! tase the: ''R !I': TEAS. \':. G. P.URGESS, n. nrvAL

of fr4h! drujr* 3n.l l iiK-tlintK-s \rlirn will !IM01'l.Inlisalc l. ..-. Th pain. BEX. CHAIRES, I .MILES *
i a <.c.s. satt:tel.l cofjians no .N!T P.IL 0'. M'l.f.'ir- 't t Car BLAKE
; tilr CIt! byJOSCI'H To -JPI captains and masters cf tessels! this ointment (Ajax ;(' ) RICH. HAYWARD
retail. !Inw AriD GEO. IIAAIL&
.IC or .i.Kr; dtktciious JJltUG r.f \\L.h !
tiiuetbeverv v.ttuable! in Flour, Ihrr n,1 Mess Pork, in halfbarrels.M. JAS. ,
; winter S.
it : LINN.
LADD on our coast being r
Drvgsi st of ill1 Lime J1.jn. ROBERT
f i anu Lemon hyi'i]' iii our niurs \ f.'r: ccrt.iin in its effects t on Chi'bljins :i ; :,'km J No. !. m whole and quarter do. W.V. L. HA SI URGES
: Maenoli January: 1.01.3... iiit' j II .. \i malic, 'I asarii.1Iti ivc.j or partaiFtcledwiUi KfJOBS DCVAl '
t I. :, frost it tie\\i.C' protirtes iis qualities! in all cli I- Mt-ssdo. very 1.11(, in quarter uo.FrtjhLcnf Tall.tha"5i 1 I l.32.: .
j! coii"cqnence of the difllculties IVt mat s I Lard), Gfeheii Butter, Goshen rheescFre'.h .-- 31 t

FRESH ( OOD.a i tXJ|.<:ri< iiful ill ,..ahin! : r...;..(.lionr, ?id: th: iJH- i A larsc m?..* of testimony proving the: value of thi* Charl .tr'1 Rice i Codfish, semen JlTr5jK.nn ?; JOHN.qT7'oJLy T A YLOB -

,I . s.ii>in iD t1 10 half BamlB.; ., 'kwior! FLOUR. .,..11:1 :i-> jm ..s I L.n'IJ! thtia dtirintr tho pt-J \ i ih luitl.cr irJorij.ation'; : on apj-lic.ilioa; to Lr Hlr .- iS\\ T Oil, New \ ork dried Beef, .1.' LIIV

iift I! I 20 "Fly nwrk.: I F 'Yi&aV. BEEF, : y 11--I iind it lat-.siary to m il>e a ditm<-i j in !lot. tIN, or 10 anv. tif |'ii' aulhon/fti Ji fiiis. LiH'q.rlll tine b!>t\vn bad for table u'*. WILL
; f Z" U.'cf TUNULEb", tj |I '% i' n pllwuul and ..1 gli f nt cuMouu ( 'IIi..Jl!! oar-, : Tl.: aje! rrifdicineold! by t'pidl appointment ofj HIr-JIIJIInd first Duality c'lewing: Tobacco, I I I Decatur praciice in the Counties of 1'10111I\

!1 : Kitr: '.'"n.J ;'n'! T.!'! ,,, 'm :.-:'lit fim t1ij!: :date ; i \cjil by !]lh.l:d a:rH'III'II', r tin; ,patentee and warrariti'd genuine.K. :, -i.iah and half>pamsh S-pir Early, Baker, Do.lv. Lee, Sumler
t t .t In \s G{'s1in! JWTTln. I jiidi l fl'-j 1'ak.< to I'h".i'i1I.S and! AH.'iriiaut*., :. B. PKKK1.NS.: nt'ct.I"Y. Frt.-h! bunclt Uaums, Figs, Prunes, Almonds.! I Randolph.) and S wart, in Geor-ia. a! bt

:1 1 II- 10 Boxes Fnsh Bur."li Raii', "-. I li,"i |'ro -\iic, thtir t-uf r.i.! ;aof in-, 2j rr cent alK>\"< Tallahawpe. February &Ui! I 1J1.it 271f. with a\ariuy hI'l otl,tra comprising e' cry article in the\ j. tire f. ; and in ,he Counties of Jackon. F\'ettt

I : in) .' ', FnmrS -', J .ht: r-jf\i\ j pli..r-*, will I be rliarjitil. As (luv a \ p: Lnd.m j.'own Stout I Itll ..i.nr; -is, nutlf f.-.r tl.e &i'li! : jHirjH cfo>\.rin ihj <' DIC. Ilt 'I'IR ; C o2: Bay m Florida.
l (2:1siiI.f.54., Y 1 \j.eu". .iii-l 1-o-scs; on lon cft'llltil w ill :'!.L.i i<:. 4'j&Ul a'a'J cgill31 lQ 1L I ;ea:"'1run I and JNUt ic Liqu' rs, April"17th 153235 -6mOn .
I d'.ct; 2 11.' 1' Pin' Ayj :V- C11r. on iijmtts T* If'nil'i' VTi'h.u t.noll ( : IliehJlIz1e: I'JII, ,'ei
iI di '
: ;I Received per >1 on S'tl'. 11 i L.1, :11: for C',';' :i'- I ..: MH lae Uliit thty CtqriliiUXC.H. .Jlj son,; 01"fcifhf r fcx, if they rarefull follow th C Genuine 11'rttcaux Brandy,' & Uu. c\! : do.JarnaiaSpirU.s s. iiN) ; .
: \\ ...\" c;. BUROES:: i:. B. PERKINS.I 1 I \<-ry aIuuLti! iibmn and copious Direction aiTornpanying I. Lnz'and Ilun-i, Un. rirM
N1 ir}. Ttl1.hu-cr, P'fl'4'' 1';, 'G"i. ITtf: Ta'.la'Mf' "ar'. -2lId:? I I'2. 32 t1: !j jf | tlwm, are enabled; eneclually to erad.cate: A (>! rectifiedMonon wluskev, ccr.mon dO..dadtirx .. Tuo-day 01 June next
-__ __ I I CI.UTAIN DIM-ASK:, and to re.-tore lost he-tlth W: Tr1 a'i l} on draft & in buLtie i'B' .?,' ; ( 'tr: ,I.n- .i"'r n Tfte4
i4 : NOTICE.' !f J. G.& N HI&A&EN :;i'I, wilhcav;, safi-ty, and certaii.tv in a few da\s* .'i t1a a uu. Claret drto. !: 4.. g ll q Q L 4, FrWoltliJI C_!
t ,! .
: lJ 'flle extcnisale! and of ld4th pr.IIJl' Ci ,-Brandy, 6 years f IJ in K tile-, I uJ 'C t .. ;' .,' .totr.t--; \"il ilId t

r9. ALL person1 having cianus n r.un>t the estate { I-I.: : Vii:. .,(. t .It(1.: ed hy hut arrv.HO >thii .Mfrciiciue, ui this and oth-r oaciampN-d Cit.e and success principle iI j!; 'j and i a larcc t.:!uru..tr.' .r IiA'l &, CAPS, B'. O"I Sujin'cr \tEam! ii-nn. (Jccd.f OUt r.t fO m.r.l, T.tl.;Jd bmti1t C.110 Ii

L of John V (;.re\ d'cs1., are rnn.tsu-il tu 'Pr 4fI' "I lrq1l :;e\\-\ i ft. I I toun- throughout Union for'the last: lift pen jenr,- j I Ladi.' all1i Gem lu.tn': L.'f", Radi, rmiad cethjn! -, i old tor tht benttof the credit'C'onditiocs a' and a'Jene"' ..,

'. ,,.t them t., I il}.': Mjlr-cri'ber : iml UIOMimirbted t ,. during which it wa- :lactorily! prepared Ly Dr. rn,I- !; c(.HlSISdll" party! l'1' lerr1e Cloth Coats, asort rft;l Ii c uh. DAVID I.. 'WHITE
t aILt! f'"I..nri.l Airidi! Frock ditto fine
:: anid
a !
I t'r
1 *
; 4 slid e t'itc are required to rnil\o in.tnr-dnlo\ :\ WiI) IIlcIIlltl''iIJly! 'hJ\e. ti.at when lied with the K\-, 1 t***.
: II ent to ). FERMINA GAISEY. ICI 4 P.tir Xrlt J J.., .: 1i lf'.rtn JIX' I ION I'OU DLKS: it triec;, a thorough and : v.t-ar, viitxamtbiys, coatees and -aFunkJin; [j: C nnt1a1.. J" 15:, 1=32.: 37 *
| i-.iit doth, rand satmtt Pantaluons!
.. lucres S j cpf' dy cure of that dreadful >, c.iincre Marc -
1 .AclrniHi :r'ltrix. "- r"- Co ton r n!t..iii disorder dcnommatod the .
L .' 7t1 tr 1 ;:32. 35-if. JII l,(' I II'. ii.). .V"JI"n, ('jot Ii ai.j SaiiccLs: : (ncr:( of t..e: Human !bl'('. j -.: bl.u-k and I'stiich YaccIa'u! ts. A few pitces Irish Linen, FOR SALE.-A fir:t rnteecoi
Ap _ _ jJ I ,. \: The PJLLs :it Fl.ah"'rs-t..iIVn's'l1pt'rlforhflt! prt.-- Bvir
-- dqi PJOIIJ' ebr.k t., ar acc'-mpTnipd.; when the C-KC re- ; I L (-uchar.dai 3ircfIIors-e.s
._ 4 "'d n! J4bZ 1'10 .-(One l-oxct el'!ani French Han- rSr' suitable
'\ 9 E. Bradford. If" no. R.<':e&. nnff.do.:! ., quirts' it. wth: 11.. INJLC TIO.X POU'UERS. and ;i of tt.iatt:5tanJfiwH ; 1 -: -- t'eltn-InqUlrt' at this O5ce.*
21*l Bile! : Ol.KATI.: : t.f! ,titut > uii'Pajwr. apprised patterns t -. If32
j'tir.csTSli etiur-. & Shirting?, kc. coii a mo" ;powerful medicine: I, j iy ::
: : .. .- ; I' 1 1.1 .' :crs his frr4 I, n IV.yfn, V. oIlai! >, i ppl.c3b! :: :' TO .the! v irioas stages of ths; Protean dlolJrI r !I Kita]!>iiKi 'i ut.s'! Japan Pi-ste Elad.in;,aUti a vanety; 3ji 3t

; .4 r ., !. CI'fJZJV.S 'f Lr..u..1 5'l'J'': Pi, r. Sfl'wI"tii| I>MjCStiloU -??, d cr. r'tlJaid plain dirtction-. wiUi a popular: tnMti e.[ i! fit other ;.rud"s! J. '.tmc-ary hnti"u-.1Il ofwhic il DMIXISTARTOR'S Notice--
rt | n ill be sold! lo.v iyr Cash ;
approved '
;'t I ::' \ !.in:"' in the \jriJu I : JJI >coM': B-.2.-ni!' e.\ilaiuiL.g{ th*' \anou* !\jnptom-! aiid the mode of': j;q er. All! Per ns having clain or demands! ,

SIt; ch'.s 'It 111: I'rtlfe 510n. !I I I -::::/. X, & &:::- [rentcient, accompany cacti bOX, f( that pervjiis of;, |i JAMESC. KCCLES.j ai.a tKe! indebted to the estate of Eut ard S-ESSC azam
r ? ; : eith'-r! sex may cur thpm 1: ", '.. ;:. "Jt'; (ttz'fl! not ant; ) rorn Nc\v-Ojuii-} ); i I.v the Schooner! j I country pro | are renTiested to come forward and
l Fr.ff": ; '. 't: ,., '. ) f :::1"r i '.:-. nio' n J. c-r11. j!! ((1'r.ce ( f 'tut-, Pills >'l I a boi ; the Injection Powders j j dueptipIui! '('" af the hcstmarket price. I wirh THOMAS SIMSOX AdnY.
and Cerate 0 cents J
: eaCH.) i 3Ia-8t1532
.' > PJ7V77.VC! t ,
'.' 33
j : r.-f, 11"
ricE Mid U( I.Q .Jllib at hs: n-: I: H.t UJt: <. ,\,Uh L \ i:I 01 Prepircd fmni the original; Krcipe{ in MS-I fl SELLtNf OFF LO\ l k.

; 1 : dt.nfH t': ,,: '. I I iO Half do. old doliO i ithela'.eDr: U" T. COMVAV.,. !hs: irnrnediate Sucand FOR GitiH.THEiubsTTilTr A D3IIMSTRATORSAOTIC! :
: Ain. 10 I, 1. I' t1t 1 ]I.s j: ] e.ir.iTfmi.N. *'* Wheat FLOUR, ceor, the :ole Proj/rittor, T. KIDDEIJ I I of All
t t __ 100( ) C.iilh.Vl E W '11'E, j I wl.mii, thc Irma\ be had at his Counting Iloom.: in. of peronshaving dcmar.ds aainst the ei
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: Mary
; I I li ij l>cs t Hf-avy Kentucky DAOOINO; t CI.awbeh.ocr.} :No. tt':), n.-xt door to J. IiIU !' athi.in'wstore, cornrrof Jcft -r- Thornton, late of Tallahassee, deceas
I H' ;L.: MEDICAL. .' i.i;('fj I.h I 1, dI-! '; & -ll.ll.rs! P.JCOV,, Drug Store corner of Court and Hanoi Itt":5I'L{ --streets, e>fiers 1)rs ilc tothepubur are within required to present them, duly* authenticaa

4"I o UI i dc. C.iivaitl! l,1.\j."l, I'' near Concert 1k!.) Boston and aNo b} In- appointmviit. !: in general, a hand: < : Tlic undPiMI':* d 1 h-iv e fu I's .4'/1! a ivirlifrsiununder TBCIXI: ( :- I K'i'a I b- .;' I-hniniil! T011.1CCO (tott.therIth, all IIOMJ! other \aluabie .Medicinc }named articles 't ihf mo t reduced }prices for cash, Viz! : ever Larred. BElN J. G. THO'RXTOX
1 the firm of CUEWS & TUH'I'K, I lor !L;,.' I ;. Admuustratt
VO J nP"reran.///: :, as prepared by the late DrCOSVAV..> bvK. DRT-OOODS.
: ; b t practice of the dilVerci.t 1rao.lI's! of th<- C"-.f, 10 1...- iJ.(Collins' iv C.. -. ..'A'L'.S I B. PLUKLNS ( No.6)IatGJr J Taltal1aseeby3, 1332. 33 g,'

'.1! t of medicine. They t have on !hand an o.\trn>i\'' 1 flU 11.1 fl 'i1O7'. I I I Silks, Black, Grosvenaj', Italian Lw.eainn-. Blake \RD.-DI.

; t' : supply of lre li medicines which they will! disjurrof 1] Tallahassee.. Ap 131. n''Jtf.: e-i: i i Sirctiu-t, Blue, Green, Pink, and whiteFlorences, 4 John B. TayL,
: k e on librrnl terms. Tlieir oflice) is in Wcbbvil'.f' Person-5 indebted to tilt' 51111 cnU-r! are resjM-ct-i j *. Hbscrv) ,- tl.at K.H ate enuin. without the \vrt Figured; Silks in \;-.riety, Irish Poplin, Silk Velvet, II' (From? Baltimore.) respectfully offers Ins seni

q'' Jackson County. H B. CREWS) i I 'fully. rt<|1uf.>ted. to call and settle their account/: ta .-natureof T KIDDhll. on the outside printdwrap.c'r. Cuitc-n de..,..[ artan Plaul, Furniture, Calic, Superior to Practice the Cil zer.s of Tallahassee: and Us vicinity, ia'1
HENRY TRIPPE.IVobbville : "jtlar 1 b\. note or otherwise. i | Black Lost in jr, E-ibinet and thread Lace?, IrishLmnem 1s, I Medicine, Surcery, and Midwifoy. !['i
I if April J7ti! It'-J:. 35 II'L I FREDERICK TOWLE. I j!I \\Lj:: A laige nisioura to t a-h-.se who boy to 11 gamIS Sea hand Culton :hirtincr, Plain and figured Jaco- Officers next.door to Mr. E. B. Perkin's Dru SLOrt.rC3Dr.T. .

-,---- -- January 17th: 1.132. 2!ifCHEAPER !i I H. .ot 1" .. ItcH, Sv.i.-ssand -,okM' ->,insshawls, worked capesand Tallaliasse has rre1uineACCINE MATTER.
NOTICE TO "-- I I .: &:d.1"I dresses,liamikercluefs, Calicoes, Ginghams, Nankpens May 8, IS32. 3S bMarshal's
T1 fj.EI1'll.1 J t gJl1L : p 3 Brow Ilulland, French Brown Linen, Furniture -1
1 PURCHASERS I oi... ol lii iiio-i t-jii-aLuuscoujjMJJiii-in: the Mi%I Dimity, fine Cloths, Cassamc-rs and Cassimnts Male. .
; ,
I TAYLOR AND KLEI ; TLHI.i1IJlC,\. tor tiif turo oftn.it class of invi L-t-1, white and Ked Flannel, Negro cloth, Scotch and Rus- B Y Virtue of a writ of
THE notice thai tiat: Dis-ea.-e, producer! b) an impure tate of the friu hectuic, Osanbtirjs& i. & fierifacii
; undersigned tiereby gives ;a i'I KG l' (
S leave
'I tu invite the attention b.uod and \iliatcd ;sued from the Clerk's
: certain LOT in Tallaliasst, which t3.. I oj'iliMr J habit of Inntv. and u-ually exhibiting .i: Office of the Sopa
upon Court
I' rnt'jmcrfc aiid the j publi! <: ia ;'ii''ra!, t- tlifcti'.sel\e( > m the fortusof crofula salt LUeui HARDWARE. for Leon County, I sLall on Saturday the 2d h-
House f.tand l, now occupie! as a Court house, i is r.ir prr-fiit b .,ch I (.f 'j<"d-, lillY .I i'.-' m it Mjierflouiiiimctatc ; : :, : Leprusjjt.! .inthonv s Fire l"c\cr Sores (even when \; nc.\t, ia irciu (,f the Court Housein, the CitroT"has
his that the title' in lee is in
: property- him and t .-rtirlr I tile (bone /jtr A I t(, procee-U to sell for Cash
cted. U r.\tld
every with illicit then :l;< hc.s. ai' arc ) liite' Dwelling'sf; applied extensive u-sor>imm ot iiaruvvartcon: ttime Li-he WarjegroUiman
-I has nc'crteen l parted with to any person what .':"\.(led, and thcrcfnit( mcnly ixi.iark,' that tin y h.m : with Dr. Jebi'! Liniuieut.) Foul and ob-tmule Ulcers.ltt 'isL1iL. of Knives and Forke, Pen Knives, Spoons nanied Eve, and her thrre crabchildren

: ever. All persons are cautioned against purcha :: H.>v. (.n hand a vaj".rior uriliwilt "f ;ornN, %% h i' s uc legs and eyes scald head in chuldrri sl.ur\'J and ,, :" ssors Razors, Lcxks, Augers,( ii elsKc., tcgeL the also, A Negro 3Ion named CUDJO-fet
: inir the same, or removing therefrom any fixture i i. :-my will r:1I clH 'rtlion t.\'.'r f'.r; rn-h, i'oll..n <.r i n i,I- : -orbuticgout, Pimpled or Oorbunclcd Faces festering w nb a complete! assortment of carptnit-rs PLANE on as the property Edmund Dovle, decf.isJto!

\vhatever, uinler penalty of l being made lialf'fhercfor } j pj\cd crt tlit. 'I htrcabtnrtmtiil C'/II:hb of ihu l.1l-:: eruptions, aud vi-nerial t.illts. throughout the body, iu ,, tefy execution in favor of Jclm' G. Greaves. .S
in IaThis notice is given, as the i-wiuird* vjriptions, \ iz j which Ibt: casetlidrops often cure when mercury i :j i BOOTS& SHOE within legal hour- -

: Trustees John Laudam: have thourrht proj>>-j Dry-Goods of all kinds, Ilni-dwarr I& j, laiN. They are also the 'best Spring and Autumnal r ''I!! I, TIIOS. ESTON RANDOLPH
I er to advertise the said lot li'rtle: a his >II i! pnjMC to purify ai.d cleanse I the s\-tem from humours J A large assortment of Bal tt-1 t U.S.Marsi.a,3tD!
erty. HARDY VICKERS.prop Cutlery, Looking Gla>.-cHATS' i i 'which' ''rell''.ntly appear at ilit--e seasons of the )ear.- I'I II@\kJ more and NEW-YORK made t 3avl, -':;:-. tds 33_

i: April 17th 1832.! 35 tf. Shoes, Saddles etc. A frreaianet t)7 the Tiie-:also aid the prt cess of digestion, nnd. by purif) i ing ,. WDCD ) i1ID: E1aid t I Administrator's
; blood prevent the scciction: of malignant humours I'm ips Ladies satin and l'cum t&1moe& t Sale.
fcBit' of China Glass aut Earthen-Ware : of the lungs. The .
proprietor confidently relies : TH&1LL
upon BE
jytvt1n uvatt. the vast number of :surprising cuics rfiected by '.hc'c '! nnHATS l V Y SOLD at polite a
GROCERIES&C.The I. Drops not only in Bo-toriand its vicinity, but throughout ; l AND CAPS: I cry, at the residence of the late Edward Sir.
i the Union for the best ; A Sijn, the personal property of the dereised and t'
Inn FIREcan
againit or Toby whole) of which will proof of their excellence as superior assoiiiiicntot the 1
be xld
according to thtlirnrb Negro omen : Terms
an Xottrs and
unfniing alterative :-
the mostfavoj.t Itj. medicine appro
i j. rmt, on appli1'rotAction and the in the cases above
most fashionable
extreme low of HATS & CAPS of securities
action ll the Subscriber, Ujrinl til 1' ::i< 1 : lUS!u- St. Marks Dertrnbcr cotton, etc. specified. This article has recently been pronounced i I all required. Further particulars en da;.
13lh 1831. 17 tf I dccriptiori. sale, which will be
? i rance r or ji pan y, Hartford Conwiplicatumlhe -iir :. In every apropcrty I by a Physician of the first lopeclahility who had witneesed ; on Tuesdathe tenth day ofj'I

t: fair Cash value ofilstaled .- t. must I It In; I CE.-rrhe its -urpj'siug efficacy, as rntitled! in his opinion GROCERIES. next.
; and satisfactory evideivc ;', :'!w.t'dofthe i co> NOT undersigned 1 ha> to take the lead of all the popular! articles known' 'TH6siMSO>, .kdin'r.Maya '

&ll .f ... yrf-iu'jss of the rcp l''cntati'JII, .: .... tile hood mOl ral! appointed ageit. and aurlley'in fact fill for the abo\e complaints, and indeed it i is fast gaining A large stock in all its variety. IM2Administrators"Sale.33 &

I lit :; ..': diameter of th"applicant. TIIt' :\ a*'}' lithe Offirr,, Seaton Grantldn l and Farrish Carter, and the heirsof I tlis point in pbic estimation, throughoutlhe couatrv 0
1 F "Z' : and its fairnessand "imct %iliiy III av I i/.T ronfiilcntly re15. Charles Williamson, and is intrusted with the cart (Price 81 1 aboltle, or G .botlets for $ 5.)
.; lied on. L. PERKINS. of their lands in Florida. All persons arc furwanu-d FLOUR.i. BV a special Act of tile Legislative! Council;l

; !' Tallahassra) ... 22, 1831. 27tf from committing waste on the sam-, and those dcsirmjj Fifty superior' new wheat fbi i 011 the 22d January last for the rehVf
to rent doMJonannIicntionto COTTON. heirs of the
r --- may the suhsrrll tr. estate of Isaac G. Teague Dee'lk
: Jlotlcr. THO.MAS BALTZELL. AIAO Will be sold Wore the Court House in > reJ
i I J Webbvillc, February 1 H-h 1832. ff, --r_ ._ on the fourth Mondav in October next. all \M.
ALL persons h.u.iig: u iuuos against William estate of Isaac G. Tea (
ue, dec'J.-ConU'
dccc\ell\rc requcsjci! to present them, J4 Sadlery, Crockery and Glass Ware ;
i' without delay, duly alhcnticattd. .'r they will bebirred .STORE AGE. Tin ware Sixteen Town Lots, ,
,.f: ::4. by law. Those indeed \\'. t.ukc immediate TN addition Looking GlassesSalt, Rea- with their impro' er.1enls. And on the IlCd3r

'f .' pavmentto DAVID L. WHITE. Executor to his old ware-house the dy made clothing, stationary &c. &c. lowing, Magnolia,one Lot and a comfbrtitl Jid

___ ; ; :.:'> ; 'ranklinciiflty, April 3d I8';2. 33 8w subscriber has recently erected a snanons building 31.: Q.. &'!!.1l tWltu, JAMES APMULLIN., Store situate on Broad-street.
'ri.t : .}- ARIANNA1IOTEL.I ; 80 by 20 feet, furrecriviu.r cotton and! eoodb WILL PURCHASES Tallahassee, November 15th 1831. The terms of sale, wilt be made known on Ute daJ'
: ,. M- .- TIMOTHY M'CAllTY. of Sale. WM. BLACKBUR&
Public cnict iainnj,: I' m l hy St. Marks, December 27th 1831. iytf Adn CQt.

_ THOMAS J. HOLMES. THOUSANDALES Bond May 1st, 1832. 37 _

_.__ ____ t -. --Lt1.t"J 17. 1831.REGY&AH. .21tt; I; of Prime Cotton Has just received per late arrivals- Just Received
: '
-.'" PACKET COT'l'ON.IIIIIf --Bales will be preferred, it must be delivered in 100 bis. New York and Western Flour, _

': .. TO NE : good Bagging andorder or a deduction will be expect- 15 '* carfro Prime and Mess Pork, PER schooner MILO,from Baltimore,ad for i

.. ((I. They have extensive houses for storing Cotton, 00 Coils Ky. Bale Rope, bushels of CORN .
II : & JiIi1iIlJOSEPH their char. is 25 cents per. Bale for the season, aiui, Kentucky bamming, 1100 BbIs! S. fineHowardStreetFLb,

.- ORLEANS if they become the purchasers of it, no charge will be 10 Setts of small l Sugar Boilers,25 a 50. galls 15 do MACKEREL,
.! f LADD made. They will make advances on cotton stored with 300 Sacks of Salt 40 do HERRINGS, (Susquehaua,)
: :1riii new and M Jl.lutaal i schoout. them, for shipment either to New-Orleans, New-Y or.. so SACKS SALT; .
JURNELIA, Captain CilEaTKR vv ill purchase 400 bales cotton. As it Is for the harleston or Boston. London Porter, Ale, Cider, Old Whiskey, 000 Lbs'BACON' HAMS (superior,)' ktt

J eeiient afcommodauons, will run during ,the having ':x nru1Crn market, Sflr- Bales and l the best quality Magnolia, Deeember'SOth 1831. IStfJYtntntvatO' Fresh Tea, Imperial and Hyson, Any persons wishing to purchase the corn .

season a? a regular Packet, between Magnolia prcsen aji dl be prefered. He has erected a large and con- Sperm Candles! ,WinterstramedSpermOil, credit until l the first ofjanuary by giving Surity. ;

Kew-Orleans. Goods will be taken board .nient warehouse at Magnolia and Smoked Beef Bolona Sausages, TlAlOTEnTAugust 'Ai'C.LU" Stl
on or l lot, is prepared .
I ded at St. Alark, if required. The Captain, if RU I) (b) all kinds of Storage and Commission busi- Lottt. 25 Half brls. No. 1, Mackerel, 17th 1831_

ficiently encouraged, iutcndb to remain permanently) MS -will make advances in cash if required of ALL persons having demands against the Estate Spanish Segars, Coffee, &c. LAW NOTICE.
this trade, toll promibcsthc attention : three fourths Charles Harrison late of Garden Seeds fresh Co
uanu.st. to bis its value on Cotton aeposited with Jefferson County STONE u\ tbC ?
nebs entrusted to his charge. For freight or pussaAly /, timJor sJ prnepL He will ship to Boston New-I dcc'd, will take notice that, unless. they are presenterby i Lime Juice and,Lemon Syrup, CHARLES Jackson, wiflprctke. Washington* *"al

; to the Captain on b<>ard.December I York, Baltimore, Charleston, or New-Orleans., the 26th of June next they will, be forever bar !i Which tcrsether with his former ASSORTMENT on, ronnties in the Territory ofFIoritbfl1UVctfl 05* js'.

r -ltiat1olizt, 20th 1831. 18tJune1 : Magnolia, January 17th 1832 red. L. BJ. ROBISON, Administrator. are offered on low terms. to his customers. < I

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