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: August 28, 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
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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the s' v',in be cmsplC'uusly inserted. at ecruscmcnt "LAISSEZ I" "! M
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each sllhSt"quent cnn&.l1l"l\nce. All N 1- .
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he po I 1e or they' will not receive attn' OLURGE \ ... 11 hj j
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t in. A counselor a. LAW Mariann FOR the Mailsuf a United
carryinglhe States :( < Weeks 'fter date
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January! h I -iU be i
15 We are authorised to annouireK ji 1831 tl1' fur two years, from the first: day of Janua y Ib33, County Court of Leon County for tna..l' to 'b

I' 11t,1t'1Ati', .i Candidate: to reprefiH: to tit Uiirty-tir&t day of December: 1634, on the of Administration on the estate of Judah ; Iders

BA : .Umv n the'n. xt Legislative Council.V I NEW-BOORS. Iblloxviiij Post Routes in Florida Territory ceased. II. c. ASHTO Uenjamm} de-

C' : ?;"\Vc- are authorised to anuoiiiue J'J>,T It Et;!1-:1\'".0. .this Ofhi-e, Romance of wul be received at tins Oihce until tne 2d day ofNovember July 84, 1332 49 6w Adm'r. 1
.r ,-Seawards Diarrativeoores' life of next, inclusive, to be decided on the
M'BIUDK Esq a Cnn.lidntr *o rcpresatGflJ'J'iiC l".1. r.ald-'joorcs ,.
1 B'rol1-Evclinn-Memoira
70 : 'l'U of yih day ulNovember. For
in df n**' l.-lSI1'I.tn.c C, unctl. the Empress Sale on Corsi
Josephine Court .
,- and
1' \ti.vy Camp of Napo 2477. From Momicello in kfl} gument. ,
leon ; Json County, rr
jjfVE are authorized to announce : ,of- etrly N:\or Vigatl1rs..IJ. the Holy.- Land,-Lives and voyages to iVlaguilia, in Leon County -8'milea and back 20 Sacks COFFEE, ;

()IPH: M. WHlTi.. a candidate: represent general assortment of SchoolBooks .I once a \VL-CK. : 10 Barrels! RUM, .r I'
Leave lonticeilo
rlntidJ in the ,t:;d Confess.!: everyVednesd5y at 3 A. M. 20 Boxes Marseilles Claret,
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,- Stationery, Arrive: at Magnolia the same d.-y-by) b' P. M. 10 Cider, 1

53Wi: are authorised to announce {, 'cry. Leave Magno every Thursday 5 A. M. 2 Casks Brown Stout. \

c. H Dl'VAL:' E-qr" us 3. Candidate to rcoresctt! Arrive Moiilircilo the ame day by t; P M.i478. J. W.JT.LEIN. '
Li'pn ('.11mr m for u,-.x' Legislative Council. A selectinn of new Musick *h. "iano rte and From :;t. Augustine to Tampa Bay: and St. Marks' July 20, 1832 49 tfDij *. '. --, +
bat k in weeks. I
--.r-_ ; "E arc nu'.lirrizcd: to amount < F(+. T Flute. All of which will be Mr for Ah:or ap- Leavj :5:>t. Augustine two other Thursday PULLMAN i 1'e,.. ectfuli1-cf. 4 _
".'roved credit. WILL li. II ;ON. every rs his
: candulaie to Len Couny professional;
VARIKq. represent : setvices to the
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in the "ex' L"'!!i..latiteCnuneil.) Tlllnhl'f" 'Tay 29. 1'P .r Ilah9sst'a Rlld the: Gonnfrv.FOR ,
Tampa Bay the next Monday by

;.. T* > WE arc authorized to announce -F.XA>- Sporting I '. .telligence.Tht" I 6.M.:

I '-'. :)t.1RTIN, r sq. a c candidate, rcprescn* Madjs. L.ea\ Tampa Bay every other :Saturday at SALE.

?n "nil Hamilton Counties m the next Legislative b A. M.Arnvi. .11 } q R.AI.I1NDj'liRUL8. I

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C at Aegustine the next Saturday by "r
...... G i'. M. ** I valuable: tract of Land
\r ,1-. 11' .itd to annOlll1rl' m.m 1. situated twp m'Us, : tact of Lake .

.-..., .-.1'; {\ l'lLfS3, Fiq a HdlI" :r'1- i\o. i-&I 9. i'roni Q umcv' by Fort < ads- soiyand seven n H<- \. E. Taialmj3.t.Ju(:k- '\ :
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r"'t i .A-i..,iJ-! ( '"uirynthp IIPTI L*> ie'3'hcC.. I lets to .ippulacliicola Lay, u'5 j nrilea and back desirable and healthy residency roniai'ninj -- .. t

ril;! 11| .F once: a w<., k. | five eighths!. of excellent Lane;. Ono
Hundred nnLIslxty of which is in ,
53-Dr. JOI.N B.r'IA'Yl C'H a': Leave ( ,unity every Monday after the arrival dcr good fences, on the same is a commodious pud Dweru'n- I

;,;>, fnt nct111l1; \lit 1 nblic! thq-} \ .<- lit. i 1 L ,>? 1;.,. I. 01 the mail Iron Miliedgeviile, say 12 ing House, built of the same material 1?, a frame Gin

i'ir rm.. '.'r,-d, as to enable linn lo resume bisprofessirna Tallahassee Jockey Cln'' is now organized i i; noun, arrive at Apjnlachicola 1 : bay the next tire House new, with all a the fifty saw Gin and runninr Gear, *n* .. ..:
IQ'S 50 'fHA the officers 7 1'. 11.ijt out buildings equally! 2';;-J Kl.) Ten 4
drs.: Jnlv-WI eteclt d f"r tins y. :>r, arc j day uy twelve likely 1 ,Hile i 1 i-odied Worktrur Hands or
\ I the .T-"' :
-r Prtvittvl. \ o Appalachiujla Bay every Sunday with all the HOUSEHOLD AD
.GOo'n.rs.m laTCHE.FUR
,, DR.Nv ILLIS LE111SV1LLIS, Is/ Viet Prt! dC't1t. I at 5 A. M. amve at 'Duincy:: the IIL-M day by JflTURE, Horses Mules, Oxen, and other Cattle- ,

: :!.fm r m CAPT. ALS'1'ii'.Q fK -S. 2i, } tcr President. i2 uooiu. 111 line to connect With the luau Bacrn, stock of FIo=s, Wa r!::on and Gear, and the 1, '
Larlc HlIWc'ry 4- Loiltclor. >
present years Crop &r Corn and Fodder '! a
CAPT. RK'IIARI; ) Irotu LuliuhbMce bur will l tIC.St Id
> 'If IlAWAU:: Trtamrtr. ltulcuDovtle.NOUJs.
-i -t' rincntPROVISIONS
.1 :'i.l > "'iu"u as-- accommodating terms, by '
applying Leslie
The fir<; : to ; A. '
r ;t amp tat Races will
aUOT.RIF.?. DRY- romuK'iicc on the third j Thomps'n, E.'- Tallahassee, or A. B. Overstreet t tq. ':
< Wednesday in Dc cem. .:r !ne.\, and r',minucfor four 1. I'he Master ,
GOOT'S HARDWARE. ?:TTOF9ITUnV i'od. ucnerai reserves the right Agent fur the Undersigned! the j-rrwises.; .
MADE CLOTHING. PAINTS, days, free t"r.ny Horse l + in the I'mted States. 'the 1 I Ipll'I'St U> expedite tat iViails, ant tu alter the times ol'uteirainvaiaitl ELIZA O\ RS'1 REET. :... .:

T \:'\ :\ -;:lr &SPERV OIL KENTUCKY will i I bo on given.each day \\ ill be good, <'f!'wh'ch timely n-jtice l1t'partUleatallj lime dunngtiiecuiiiinuaiicu !'. B. Persons wishing to p-irrhase! can view the ,A' !. _

&; ':::C"TCH BAGGING, The 'i rack ilnc'urly comp'ed' an0 ill bear .r t trie contract, oy giving au aae- premises; at any time, by applving; as ab-we. :
aiiij. 14,1832 52t
whichtlirv comfarlsonvitu any < '(mn c in t.e U, ion. : quaic compeifalioii never exceeding a pru ratauuut''ahce Jan. .. i ;
To p-hrr with m.tny''hPr necessary articles I j -. ,
Dy order ol'the Club, j I lorany extra i'cu.c \1 IliC..Ch illi :
.I H j.r .'u m'-derate trnn to ,their customrrs nnd 1 I r
.Jic 1'ilic.! :at t'l' ir stores at .*>Marks: ; fy Tallahassee. TUUMAP; BROWN, Sfere/cry. I,i tcrallun JIM) tquire.ii. 11
[H.TFor the 1 urposeot'ieMin; the fiiinnev flf the : ,::,cell 11111 U tl' shall beaiUwed lui
MayAa1 n_},t 11 151: 41 tf. opfiiu.g
: _- _--ij' -- Course, a purse oi' 40, i\ ;'II Ifc run for on the 4th Sat- and Ciosiiii; tfc niaiU: at C..Cl ulhce, Utii-ie lit- paiticuui z TI AL lj
(1 :': E"r GOOU uiday in this month (Au:-\1st,) one mile and j ...
1 repeat, :;! note .-seat bt bi, ciUcd, but the i oat Ma.s- I'
fr -e U"-Saddle hlnrsca ; tiitiancc: J. 4
tcr beiiti.il: rserves: loiimiseil .lie f ut c tending $
edtd ,
\iii'iM i 7ih 1 IS.V2. ..1} ,.' .
rfi tu'' 7reat variety! of !noels!' received in tbt.! c tf ait tiiiie;

A'"try, th;* ,.".tern ruid wlv'rbm\ ofiVred l l low'I f'r 1 ,'. '.Vi-.i'.K.: m ir ii.-te applicaiiou: will h.: made J. i' oreviy tenuimutes dela in at -

/1,11. '!:, r" iU he f.'m' at the new tore of tbe&mt sal,- c >t.tl County Court of LI ->n County for letters f } arriving Auction
o point attir! u.e time t.$ Commhion Business.rni
any met
tlie CUll lJ Clu "HdU lurieu.ve Uuuai I li tne ut- .
\ : a part of whichthey will. melt deceased. O. OA1SIJY{ Administrator. liE SrBSCRIBER
tion. An--. 7, lS3tf. !il Gw. lay Siuii aininue ieyoud! the tune lor tile dejar- i I hal n, t I i1p.poutte \ '.<.

SnpfrWtie. er-\pc Finished, Broad Cloths, tuiet! any ps1dulgftdn, the lot tetturc soul bt- equai '. offer +l 4UCTLONEER for Fayette 1' nut x :

V'1. Velvet do.Pvcnt CAUTlOlN.( : to t\\ lee ne amount allowed; t lot( carrviig: the I < ion+ ht+IlnclnPC9.cervicesto the P bile in the Aucinn d r'uln. >

finished (Vest of England?; ) n ark o. THE Subscnlx r "II.: no.iy| any amount from mail \)dC tri|>. 1111 l he made to upbear h.ai tile I H>* plfdg himself
do. fine r'!ive. d'i do do. date uiilft to pay strict attend on to all hn
: sc"ntrac.cd i'V Himself or a writ d -i.iy Will occ'aioiifti by unavoidable acciGci.t, oi' 1 .,inpss nlruoted to hi and .
do Cin:!ni"nBrnwn, do. tc.uI..jer..' \\' \'.. n. Al'CALL. I to attend to Ai'mim-tra*
wluen >la-,
the I'at : ier General snail be HlC judge, 1 tor or other sails! in the It
R.ttk! GI'ic'n, do.fiaxtnny i'alliassee;' all_u.t 11x31 51 SolWILLIAM Countj. -
l Mtie do.LavenilfrDmli -- -- the Ibileilurf( lU.',V be jeduced In the amount oilpay j His oflicp is in the Town of Ocbesee, where i h.- mal _
13 I t Ibi u tnLl.t; in uu case can that amount beremitted. i nt all tinip* IIP finni?
and forc loredCasMmcrs and
: ; : ,
.i.e loiicituivs arc otherwise uiiconditionai JOS R.
A v'nivr'f silk Vpstincrs, (new patterns.) IJX; :'., liar KTHK-.J a LH\ Aagnat 10.( 18.12 1 BETTON.,
and \ .11Il all: C:l .CS in enlorced. 8w
F1. )htlk.ft'hicfs.! '
Pl1llzrC do. P.u-ner.Miip: and wiH -'ihuCi'urtsi-i'ihc ,.id- j

\Vhh.ond fancy eraat s, die l Lis'rct, and Jack lIlI County. Office umr the 4. t'crSIlli.10: make proposal:> : will state their ILLIAM BAWLS, ) IIhtt! : f.e-: J
4 Dozm fine fashionable linen shirts, Planters: Hot, 1.'I'a11s 1. prices by Hi! year, payments lo be made quarterly vs. > nor Coari of

df, do Bosoms, ;l+S?'(', ui .7, l II;:3-2 51 !lrn m the lUUllus ol May, August, November and ,'\HCII '. \\CIIIUST'.AN.( \ the M-dclte ."

Gr-mlcmens! 1'ilk1rrinro:: balf hose, February, ute montuiiom the expiration of each District of Florida holden in and fur the Coury of ;
do Cotfcn and An r ila do( CU1"l'UN.U.lNl and Bale quarter. Gad .den.The j.

i.11"! 3 silk \'<-In! Sfvks, latest fashiorx itote ,r ? : by 5 !\onellt a free white person shall be employed Defendant will take notice that the abut; nit

In adtikn.n tu tarn a''>o\'r they offer{ a splendid n sojleiv ErnV'D. S EIXAS, to the mall. wa inf ttachment rtturr..t it> la

of R >ady mndp Cl.-.J'ninr! manufirtrd: in Uie htt ta'H4Ilil: au_::::. ", IS32 51 tf. c.ry the last May term of said Court. '

>' 'ylc, thc\\o'" a.jd mtenn.lsnfvhkh: they war- --- j. l'rot nlr.i s should state whether t. e person (;. H Da PON .

ran' 'o !h K. sxiir- .-Cot sistinc of super] blue! black : LEON ACADEMY.III Irupo"- tt; carry the mail iit. a J Tour iior&c c >ach, a /\""mp". fi.r t'laiutift:

})r""n. CinaM'Il1 and Olive Dr
do Kin, i'. silk Velvet Vests;, FWentintsilk: ditto I T the 15th Jut e by a Public Examination of the on 7. IftJr J1 rwa oti.-rmg proposals! wishes theprivilege .. .

Z'aietktrttntl ;arseiifs! ul! tlf wnirh tlt-V will wll Student.; u c arc happy in stating; our conviction of oi'cairyinjj neU\ >paperg, out o1'the Mail, c! :NOTICE04X

Ion fl'Aqb1.! R. B. k j, B. 'BULL.22J1P3J. tin: rapid and thorough; advancement of the Pupils. he must stale it m !his bid; otherwise, he cannot

:; 1 14tf'AFTED We do bultfuty to our elves, and justice to \lr. Cox enjoy that pri\ ilege. Hiie uate dp, i.--t i->.. ant be made to

the It'Superintendent, to say the acquitmeiilsoi 8. Propositions for any in provementsintraus 5 die C:,unty Court ol'Gadadtn County, for l htteisnf
: the Students::; Mere creditable! t<* themselves, and highly porting tIle mail, as to the\ manner of carmrnr, increase administration on the estate r If Edo und Giichnst! ,

'1f a VJ I I2tmmTI' CDS! 25a honourably; Jo their instructor. The lower luasrs vfcipeailitn, extension of ruute&,/;-tg.ft'ncy deceased. JAS. JW.\ GILCHRIST, __
reeileith\ readiness -
anij certainty that evinced unusual of tri >-, urnov oti.ei improvements are invited MATTHEW HE TER.
ilir | ,
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..:.. prdirlrTlr.y, and the hi :iar elates solved thequefetion be sta led iu the proposals, and will Oc duly coiialdeied. Gads'icn! County, anz. I, 1832. 50 C+.. .. i
\ propi-sd t them vr.ih an aptntj-s aid accura- .
SIiLL1.r LOW .1.1J
FI cy, proving nut only a iamilitirity: with text !tanks, buta Sugar Mill

}'(JJl (}..1SILl {:' iu.ral ncquanltance"nh! the "jirinciules; science. 9. The number of the route, and its beginning GJ tf X H -v LEN have jest received a small .
'll li,: Trustees:: hare renewed tlieirtngagerncnt with !:and termination as advertised, should lie stated .
Perpendicular .Rill
Sugtr which they offer fur
l ) !hi -' 'c.ortlC'rof JcfTc'r-1 11: r. Cox anti! thc duties of the Ac"dcll1111 lie resumed ) in every bid; and the proposals.t I l.e pealed, sale on a credit until :March next.
cr, at ; .ntore t '.
on the 1st day of Octoi..r. The Hoard du.il1!; aniiturnu'unentin directed to the "General Post Office of Mail Contracts Jul' :
'-streets, ofiei-s for sale to the pul : :
lc r.-n-nl.,. I a handsome ass'>rtmeiu,
n '!'t.' > !6. nv $t fil'ieeil tit-" 'f p f.., v .is, Viz: and procuring such apparatus a- may '1'ill' following; I is a proper form for a Proposal.
I be necc&a:ry facilitate taw a"-miireiie.ur.t Alaihematicil : "1 trill COil rt'!y the ..Hail, agreeably to aJcerllae- ,
DItY-6 ooIs. i Knowledge. Tlc rates of':uition, remain iuiutercd. I
I menl, on route Jo.. ,from----to---fa r FRESH DRUGS &C.
lioanl maybe obtained in Private }ramiiies fcr a '

Sil; ..!>.. !list! : .i.-.t.s.jj: n.i;", Ita -a 1. LIf''e-irnu I'iackSart reasonable conipcnsaiinn Any information relatingto .I the yearly compensation of- dollars.: IiA 1'1* icceived l, ref'; nu, 1..11,1 a-e ('OIn

*t'I i ;, Hiti"; Gtrcn'I'Ink, and tvluuFloreiuys! the Iustitutit will be cheerfully furnished: by cither : .1 He must slate the place of his residence and if not :-Yurk a small lot of i..t lo.lowiiit: -.: i s-

F;.ii!.d S-.iks in variety, Lich Pnplin, Silk Velvet, : of the Subscribing::) Trustees.CHARLES. a Contractor, he must accompany his bid with satisfactory Madeira Cette 3Iadeira, Port .

(;u'u n ,i.i.'Jfaria'i Paid, Furniture, Cllll'o., Superior AUSTIN:;; :; recommendations. ..

K:! ','k Linr: B'l.tjnct and thread Lace, Iri:Linens, '' A.MliS.\P.\1ULLIN: 1 10. The distances, as stated, are estimated, Marsahi, Claret, Herniit- '

Sea 1-Iaiid I C.r'.i.! Shirtinjr, Plain and figured J.xco- R. Y.V/KLLFOUl), and may not l he entirely correct, : but if any errors acre, and Canary. <

n:.', tt, >v i ifc; fttjj B..n,k \lins&ha"ls! wf.rkd capes WM. WILLIAMS, have occurred in relation to them, no increase of 1 These wines have bet-n im orrcd with
And .lrej.eshandkHitfs! Cslic ( NanJvffiiN TURBUTT R. BETTON.It'1BEtt'1 ;> particular reference > .
: ( s, JinsjhaviF, compensation will be allowed that account. The
to the of the sick and
wants are warrav ell\ to
BntviH Holland! French Brovn'Linen, Furniture BUTLER
Contractor will inform( himself that '
.Utility tine CI 'iks CU'S'Ulwr and CasstneUs R. K. CALL.
= ,
11. The Post Master General the GRAPE. will bt aM
win reserves They as as wines 05 t.eir
: \:1.1! lit (FLmm: i, Ni-.i rnrl .; i >. $f'I.ch.111.1 ilus- The Cndcrsigncd'aringlienrrescntduringacon. '. "
; Contract whenever quality can be ufionU d CASH ONLY.
zia right any repeated -
; I I t. tidrable p rt of the Examination of the Students of
Leon Acade'my, on the! 15th ult. take pleasure in sta- I t failures) to arrive within the contract time shall Those whose accounts of last year remain due, are

a HARDWARE. t.ngthat thei: expectauons'sere: more than met bythemproveweut I occur; or whenever one failure shall happen a- requested to settle them by Cash or Mote, without
further as no further credit will be given after
exhibited on that occosit n. nioimting to the lo>;8 of a trip; or whenever any direction delay
A Idi ., atc ,IMV ;rj.!s me' : :u'dwan r.nsistil the 15th of July next, to any one whose accounts 0 ""
hi vn w of the circumstances attending the course of which<< he may give shall not be 'promptly
',: I ores anddTfS} Ptr hfll\.S I last then remain unsettled. '
pmnnsScissrs. year may +
In:rrucu"n of said Academy, and the Examination referred oteyed. h
Raz.'r3 Lucks Aw :} N.C.SHOES. Iuget.le E. B. PERKINS.
:!trb/: Uusis, I
'i' .....'In et..i..on l1j1'l1) t r.\1 t 'J "'rs PLA\F.; .. I to, under the Supermtcndtnce; of Mr. Cox, 12. No bid shall be withdrawn after the time Tallahassee, June26th 1832. 45 tf. t
t they confidently expect the increasing: : usefulness of the far receiving i h has expired, and should
any per
i institution in his ;
BOOTS & I : charge. \ BRAGG, son refuse to take a contract at his bid, he shall Camp Meetings : .

forfeit all other contracts that he have with
\ larpp ass.irlinent of laltitnurv ; D. BALL. may ;
the and be held responsible for all l For the Tallahassee District. .
\. rind \ F \\ -Y I' i K made TallasliasseeJuly! 6, 1832 50 if Depai tment ,
&.b. that result from his failure!
damage to
ID({) ASTCD S21CD: \ S may Q.nincy Circuit, between Quincy and Tallaha; -set'b '.

f: J uh'dF,1' ;! NOTICE.ALL ply. 25th to the 29th AU2U t. : !
: I. 13. No Contract nor bid can be transferred Gadsden, near Dr. Flake's, 22d to the 2Gth Sept. ,

'r HATS AND CAPS persons indcbttd to the estate of the ]late Brn- without the special and written approbation of Leon Circuit, Mickasuky hlh! to the 12th Sept. ''

: Taylor, for purchase*of Bonks &.c. at his the Post Master General; and an assignment, of a Lownes Circuit, 15th to the 19th Scp:emlJtr. t.

A ::, .) (1I1'ltJl'H:0I1Ijit) :: 01 the I auction' will, \\ ithout delay make payment to Messrs.: contractor bid, without his consent, first obtained The third' Quarterly m\.eting for the Tallahassee ,

trios'r HATS & ( APS of Lookemiau &, Craig cf Tallahassee. in writing shall forfeit it. I'hisrule will never station to be a three days meeting commencing oa ;

alttt: J \O. TAILOR; AdmV. be departed from. Friday 31st August. "
to au;. 1, 1832. 50tf..Marshal's T. P. C. SHELMAN: ] ,
11. II a Contractor or his Agent shall violate
Sale. the 1'ost Office law, or shall transmit commercial

intelligence by express more rapidly than the mail ALE & CIDER.TUST _
luiyi took in all BE SOLI before the C. House .
1 its variety.FLOUR. WILL .urt door in his contract shall be forfeited( ; and in all cases, RECEIVED
County of Leon, City of Tallahassee, on per Brig --Taliaha.c froo
when a Contractor shall run a stage, or other vehicle K Y.
the first nil the '
Saturday in September next, right, tint
-, claim and i interest of John Laudaman to Lot No. more rapidly Clf more frequently thao he is 100 Boxes of Philadelphia] PORTER, aLE, 4- ,

Fifty Ban'ek si \vheatflour 179, in tie City of Tallahassee, and the improvements required by contract to carry the mail, he shalgive 1 'CIDER-and for sale by
1 thereon, to satisfy the balance on an execution in favor the same increased celerity and frequency to C. C. & R. W. WILLIAMS.! ,

ALSO. of Robert H. Culverson vs. the said John Lauda the mail, (unless the Post Master General shall I June 26th, 183?. 45 ,f. J

man. J AS. S. HUGHES D. M. otherwise direct) and without inerease of com t

For T. E. RANDOLPH,Marshal. pensation. NOTICE.-rrhe undersigned has '
Sadlciy and Glass Ware
Qrockeiy July30,1832 50 idsMewStore and in fact
15. The Postmaster General reserves,the right! ap attorney lor
Tin wane, Looking- Olacsa c,Salt, Ready of curtailing o;* of discontinuing route when Seaton Grant and and Farrish Carter, and the heirs .
any of Charles Williamson: _and is intrusted with theof '
made) clothing, stationary, &c. &c. in Quincv.iK in his opinion the public interest shall require it; their lands in Florida. All persons are fon. arnd care
,.' Suhscriucrti oeg; leave r;. miurin; tae citizens of and in such case the contract shall t
cease far
so as the' -
JAMES waste and those
M'MULLIN. from committing on same

...1.. Gadsden and its ,
......Tallahassee. November 5lh, 1831. SlttTNfiURANCE County this vicinity, they have relates to the part, curtailed, or to the whole, if to rent may do so on application to the subset: ioer..
... opened a store in place, where will always be discontinued allowance of one month's THOMAS BALTZft
extra L.
jft t Eu urar.tt. found a good DRY-GOODS assortment of,. GROCERIES Seasonable Goods, sttch as pay being made to the Contractor. Webbnllc, February 14th 1832. S6 r" .

16. All Contracts tor routes embraced
agaainstInes or damage by FIRE can CROCKERIES GLASS-WARE, advertisement shall commence on the first day of To Planters. '

Jt.. lee ctfi ct.d on the mowt favorable terms, on appliactionto SADDLES/BRIDLES, &c. fcc. January next, and continue two years. FOR SALE.- 4 Copper; Boilers fe!

the Subscriber, nffentof the Protection'lnst- The Whole of whim will be soldas cheap aa they Decisions on bids will be made known on the C. Skitop'ers'and .
rance company, Hartford Connecticut. In be this far from ninth November pper eoops. s
every appllcatlun can purchased Navigation.f They invite day next.WILLIAlI. reduced prices.-Also, 10 pair Horse Mill Stones
tair CAll value of the property must be their friends and the public generally to call and T. BARRY
elated Apply to JBETTON O1OR1T.
and satisfactory evidence, furnikhedof the correctncu judge for themselves. They respectfully solicit a shareof Pod Master General. May 15. 1832 3I: > tf.PIAJXO ...
of the representation and the good moral I the
: public patronage. TAYLOR'& KLEIN GENERAL POST OTTICE t
character of the ap hcant. The solvency of the Officr Quincy, April 3d 1834 n33 tf. DEPARTMENT, '
.. FORTE lor Sale.
and J its fairness and punctuality ntaj be confidently re- N. a The storage and COMMISSION BL'f July 24JA, 183-2.: 5 A ;
1 '
Ion. Eo B. FERKl S. ASS will be carried on as usual at Su Marks. BLANK BILLS OF LAJJNG-Jus Instrument* in e.CtUentorddfoffered -I IStt

TaJIAh.e, FU; j;' iSl. J71l T. & K. ted, and w sale thus Office. .- 1 fur sale'low-Appfy to E. 4IIL,$. ). .' t
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By' AUTHORITYLAWS year, one thousand.six'hundred dollars. ., 0:1: 1or the puy, subsistence, arid forage of surgeons in the billsS} Kr.day; that Governor HOUSTON I ICU J nrs of .t thw occurrences at.prt'cill P a....

j y assbtHnt'surgeons{ and others,. provided J would attend the Theatre .in the evening, and I 1 b rom the information! which L_ ,obtained Anabuae i. f

for by the ad: of June eighteenth, one the wta1large her being peculiarly pleaant, a verj, pears: that the dispute had been Bmic'abl' ,
thousand eight hundred and thirty-tuo; seven audience had assembled at eight o'cloc idjusted.

thou>aud one hundred and thirty-three dollars. The play had progressed to the 2nd act, when]I On learning the particulars of the attat k

Mr. llOlI ton, accompanied by some gentleman on the fort at Anahuac, ( olonel Piedra uo. .
For the pay, subsistence, and other expenses of this city, arrived,. and tool,possesbion i. commander of the garrison at Nacogdcches; the,
of the mounted rangers, according to the of the front' box. Two persons; whose na..J immediately set out with about 200 8ol iers"
act ot June fifteenth, one thousand eight hun- mes we are proud not to know, seated in the i and )5 or 20 Indians who volunteered<

OF THE UNITED STATES : dred and 32, in addition to the sumo of fifty second box on the right, immediately began i f services to endeavor to quiet the disturbance their
If 1 thousand dollars heretofore hiss the .It is understood that .
I appropriated, eighty to ; a general uproar was consequence Fiedras i is an
', COSGRESS.I officer
*.".USED AT Tilt FIRST SESSION OF THE, 22n three thousand six hundred and torty-scven:: and the business of( the stage way su pend- (higher rank than Bfadbnrn, and that he disc of".

Public No. 96. dollars. ed, the actors and, actresses, excepting the; !!proved ol the conduct oft the latter, when
'> For the expenses militia and volunteers manager, retiring behind the wings. i riesl i way first explained to him. On his it i
i AN ACT. to provide for completing the reXnoval called into the service of the United States, in of "Turn him out," "Out with the d-d ijAnahuar, it i i- said thai he immediately arrival at
of tho Naval :Monument. I die
and erection addition to the of three hundred and "the Veto "1 liradbtirn
appropriation I scoundrel"Jhemalepurity, & placed and gave the prisoners
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of rhousand dollars heretofore made for that object now resounded from the right wing of the t ,tti the nvil: authority for trial. This ovet

a Representatives of the United States of America one hundred thousand dollars. boxes: the ladies lets the house( in alarm, the i to have alloyed the tumult, and all the appeals
in Congress assembled* That t for<<* the For the transportation of the army, ord- friends of Mr. Houston and the lover of,t ences uerc thus settled. differ

I purpose of paying the workmen for renewingthe nance, subsistence, and other objects connec- good order, pressed to the box occupied by When the news of the insurrection at Ana.
'f inscription, and giving uniformity of color ted with the Quartermaster Department one i the unoffending object of the excitement, determined huac rear:: bed the garrison at Nacogdoches{
t to the naval monument, its ornament and bundled and twenty thousand dollar-- I as fur f as :In their power, to protect was strjngly conjectured that a rtvolution i jt

statues recently removed from' the Washington For the subsistence of militia railed into him from insult and abuse, and the Theatre 1 Texas: was at hand, a:* it wa -c-ported fa
L'\ avy yard to the capitol squure, a i um not service to supprass Indian Hostilities, fifty six became one general scene: of contusion. Lr.. | the insurgents: had marched under thfL.an thai.
exceeding two hundred dollars: be, and the thousand two hundred and flirty doll, s. Caldwell, the manager, after several ineffectual f ner of tan'.a' Anna.-The neighboring Indian .

same is hereby, appropriated. out of any mo- For the payment ol pensions to widows and attempts to obtain silence, :addressed a of :several: different tribes, flocked iiito, *
ttey in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated. orphans granted daring the pre ens session: few words to the audience, which were lost to assist in defending the fort.-They arrived ha\.n

three thousand dollars. amidst discordant calls of"Out .tith Hou.,- daily, armed and prepared for the contest
A. STEVhNSON, In order to carry into effect the act sup- ton," "Turn out Hou>ton, and the pity may for some length 01 time after it was kno-evra .
Speaker of the House of Representatives plcmentaiy to the ac for the relief: )f certain go on." These, accompanied with hisses: that place that the difficulty Hid been at "
J. C. CALHOUN, survivin, officers and .-oldiers of'tie( revolution and cat-ralN, completely dlO\\ ned the mana coino. .

Vice President of the United Stales, the following sums to be expended under ger's; voice: and a demonstration seemed to In the evening of the 2d of Jut)-, a ?peci atlut's.
I and President of the Senate. the direction of the of 11'ar. the boxes tor 1 attackon .'
Secretary De making in : a general :>en iec: came from the head
pproved, July 3, 1832. For the compensation of temporary clerks, the box of Mr. Houston. In this situationof r'foiJel[,Piedras', near Anahuac, and quartt.rof ncxf moc-

AND1ttiPublic JACKSON. three thousand dollars. aiiairs: several{ of that gentleman's inend fling th:, cheering intelliirence of a (oitiiu
For rent, printing ot farms and regulations, endeavored to obtain a heating: but with very ance of peace was officially proclaimed. Ul
No. 98. six hundred and fifty dollars. ill success, only a very few of their remark* congratulated each other upon the oroas.on.; I
&N ACT concerning certain officers of the Sec. 2. And be it :'urther enacted, That meeting the ear. 1 A f few ol the emigrants from the United
Marine COI the of War authorized i1,.. Houston who the whole Statet
ps. Secretary t h? to applya throughout now prepared to take some notice cf
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of a sum not exceeding th thousand dollars, evening, appeared perfectly calm and collected : the anniversary of the independence of their
.. Representatives. of the United States of America i out of thc amount appropriated[ for the purchase having untamed a moment's silence, audres- native country; and when the period arrived,
\ in ,\ 'tmaess assembled, Tlut the President I of provisions foitrie relef 0:' the ernl- red a few remarks to the audience, appealing : every thing was conducted qu te in style.
of the United State} be, and hfs hereby i I nole Indians, by the act mating appropria- as a stranger, to their hospitality and patrio The Mexicans were not behind.. their adopted
Authorized to C.InSC to he allowed and paid touch I nuns tor the Indian Department for the year tism. He expressed his dtep respect tea the f fellow citizens, in ronimemordting the great

officers( : of the Marino corps, a, have: I one thousand: cignt huidred aid thirty-two, to charactor ot the citizens ot Ohio-said he felt event. At day break, the troops of the garn-
heretofore received the t orevet rank of major., tu f fray the expenses of a delegation of the :sari proud in the recollection of having tought an dnn marched, in full uniform: to the public

in said corps, the amount ot pay and emoluments : Indiana to explore the countrj west of tie bled in defence of his: country, in the war ol( squaw, and fired a salute. (This was re pea..
to which they would have been entihedTIB : Mississippi, tor the pnrpose deciding upon 1812, when hi> companions in arms were. ted in the evening at sunset.! ) At 10 o'alock,
commandants of seperato station, it sai.i. a removal thither; and so nuua of the appro- soldiers of Ohio: that he had an. nded the the ceremony of mass was performed in tho
brevet. rank had been recognized by the ;>;a- p.i lion for the payment of kborers in the i'heatrc upon the special invitation of the church, and attended to t.y the ntizt ns,.and
,,y Department: Provided, "'1 hat no offic-( Ordnance Department, as will not be requited Manager, and he was extremely sorry his pre,- ibreijiners.! After this, an elegant co'htion.warf .
shall receive under this act more than the dit- in consequence of the new organization cnce should occasion such extraordinary prepared by colonel horn a native of1New
Terence between the pay and em luinent i ac- of the Ordnance Department :haH bo tran:)- ebullitian df feeling lie had proceeded tnu:,' York to which the principal offi* er and

f.nniiv--"J -rpr.'d--..- liv,,' tltpin.-;- siiid- -- those to O'h___lCltheir _u rerred to the pay department, 'o enable the far, audibly, amid cries of 'iJon't hear him," re.'pertable citizens and s-trangers were ;ours,
orevet' rank would have entitled them asfore.aid. latter to meet the l additional exedn'htures| to "Uut with him," when his voice was overpowered ted. In the aite.rnoon, they repaired to a sha

L hich that organization ojecO it. by every :species of noise that his enemies dy wood, near the town, and partook o! a dinti .
Approved, July 14, 1832, !: Sec. 3. And be it turther snorted, 1 hat could put in requisition 'i ht; Manager +T aud refreshment in the style of a barba
f, it shall be the duty of the distrU paymasters; again made an attempt to address the audience cue. The festivities of the day ended in perf -
Public .No. 99. of the army of thy mired States in addition to but, with the exception of a very few words, f;:ct harmony', and it is to be hoped that mutual

...AN ACT Supplementary to the several acts the payments: required to be maw by them to :I scarcely heard.' I ...beyond.. _, the orchestra, wa s good will now prevails among the citizens
making appropriations for the Civil and the regular; troops to make piytnent to all i unsucccssiui. mr. flermzen came on the ol ail clashes.

"., Military seme during the year one thou- other troops in the service d' the United I stage and attempted to sing the audience into The principal part of the troops- that accompanied
sand eight hundred and thlrt-h\o. States whenever required thereto by order of good humor, but the lirst line of{ his song was colonel Piedras to Anahuac, returnedto

/ Be it enacted by the Senate and House of the President.! met with a decided hiss, and he retired r finding Nacogdoches, on the 6th inst. He was

'Representatives: of the United 'tates of Aimcrica Approved July 14, 1832. all attempts: to proceed with the amuse- still detained on business, with a small num..
in Congress assembled, That the --. c..o.:_- _IL.....L___ _..,.... ments of the evening fruitless, the ma .ager ber of bis men, but expected in a few days.*

following sums be, and the same arc hereby, DISSOLUTION.THE decl.i-'ed the performance closed, and Mr. Lou Adv. .

.appropriated, to be paid out of any money inc COPAKlMUtSlilP of lie! Undersign i Houston and his friends succeeded in-leaving
the treasury not otherwise appropriated, to this day dissolved on mutua cou..ent. All : the Theatre uninjured. CORRESPONDENCE.
ho following objects specifically, namely: ilvins due the firm must be settled with)!it delay.C.C.VILLIAMS. : It i is impossible to conjecture the motives Washington, City July 26, 1832.

For the pay and mileage of the members of i R. \ilLLlAAIi: ,}. that' produced this disgraceful: transaction Sir-Having understood that the Special
both .Houses of Congress and delegates, and July, 1832 1f 46 i* rom many ot the cries uttered by the rioters, Committee on live oak affairs will not, frorq
of the joint District of Columbia, one hundred we were induced to believe that it originated their numerous engagements; have it in their
,) thousand dollars. ttt ftt otftt. in political feeling. Justice and a.strict sense power make a detailed report on the sever-
For alteration in the Hall of the House of of duty, however, compel us to assert the fact al points referred to them, 1 have to request'

:Representatives-, and other expenditures on fVIJL undcrsl{:ned ire been pointed: Trustee) and we do assert the fact, and we do it ;\ith that you *ill as chairman of that committee,
the Capitol, nine hundred and sixty dollais. for the benefit of all the creditors of John Laucla- pleasure, that many distingnished gentlemen, :-ay, whether the charges made in.. the House '

For changi 0 the course of Tiber creek, .111an..> as They possible are, desirous and to t'tUcnd!of settling they; the nosiness all the asoiin support'rs of iVir. clay, men who are an honor ot Representatives against me viz: suPt pres9- ,
three thousand two hundred and two dollars. creditors to present their claims as soon request as practicable. to any putty ,nd to human nature, were ing an important document in relation to the'
For planting trees a.id, improving the walk And l those indebted are requested t'. liquidate or pay amongst the foremost in protecting Mr. Hous quantity of live oak growing on the publicr
inn) Pennsylvania Avenue; one thousand eight their accounts. C.C.WILLIAMS/, tonand m striving to quell the disturbance. A lands, ana increasing the sala.ies of the agentsto
Win. WILLIAMS!\ [Trustees. t few degraded and an unusual and
hundred and forty-right dollars. Geo. E. DENNIS. \ unprincipled individuals, the improper extent are in
For completing: the buildings now erectingin ......April 10th 1832. 3.1 tf very dregs of society, were probably the sole your opinion, from the data furnished you by
the city of Philadelplia for the Mint establishment cause of a scene which must reflect disgrace! the Secretary of the Siavy, shown to be unjust
of the United States, seventeen thour Auction & Commission Business. and infamy upor the character of our<;;>city. and also, whether the Secretary of the ..Navywas ;

Sand five hundred dollars.: ,1-" dE :ibscriber:: pacing been They were mean contemptible cowards, too, not urged, in the ipost earnest manner cy
For the employment of temporary clerks to ,,,anted auctioneer for Leon county. >farsserx ap-hl'IClS with all their noise When, in reply to their manner, by the Naval Committee, in February -
enable the Commissioner of the General Land to the public in theauction andcommiss bus.- frequent threats of violence, they were challenged 1S32, to iaei ease the number of agents, as
ness. He pledges himsclfto strict attention all to the attack was subsequently done.I .
i Office to bring up'the business of his office, pay to they seemed perfectlyaware
thousand dollars. 'jusi ness intrusted to him ; and attend estate or ntl. r of the propriety of Falstafl's doctrine have the honor to be
live ales in the country. His office is in the town of Ma j I : four's Respp.ctfully.JNO. ,
For defra ing the expense ofremoving from nolu, \\here he may at all times be found.Mrfphl3.fi ; that "the better part of valor is discretion," BRANCH.To .
the burying ground of Kork i reek t hurch, to Ib32. 30t< B. BYRD. and chose rather to exhibit their frothy cour- the Hon. Mr. Bouldin' ,

tho Congres-ion.il cemctry the remains of aath'( Q i1W mmmaWa> m ew- age, at a convenient distance. With Gov. Chairman of the Committee on Lire Oaks
James Jackson and James Jones Houston's character we are unacquainted.
:: formerly LARGE and -
members of Congress from the State of A complete assort- We know nothing in it that could have warranted House
Ilunt of Fresh Druis and Medicines i ,just received of Represenltttives, July 14, 1882.:
I such sum as:: shall be requisite, not extjeedmg from New York and haltimorefor sale, wholesale the treatment he received; and we sincerely Dear Sir-r our letter of the 6th instant I
five hundred dollars, to be expended ; and retail. Country Merchants and Practitioners suj- hope, for the honor of our city that no strr n- have read and duly considered its contents. .
finder the direction of the Clerk: cf the House plied on the most acccuimodtting terms. ger whoever he may be, will ever again, in You rightly suppose that no report( is contemplated
of EDW. SEIXAS Cincinnati, become the object of an the committee
Kepresentdtives. outrage so by special on the subjectof
Druggist, Magnolia Florida.
For defraying the increased expenses of M1y29 41 tfISSOLUTION. unmanly and di6graceful.Repubhcan. live oak. I felt some hesitation in an-wer-

the Quarter Master's Department, incurred in The CONTAGION mg your enquiries. The delay of the report
the Indian war, one hundred thousand dol D Copart- INFECTION I alluded to did not arise from any, the least
I nershipot TJYROH fy KLEIN is this day dis- These two words are commonly used
lars. pro- i doubt or difficult about the ask
by mutual consent. The business of the firm rniscuou I you
For completing Barracksf(Quarters, Hospital must be settled immediately. :-ly, being generally supposed to beI but from the determination of the committee
: and Store Houses, at Key West, fifteen L. P. TAYLOR, synonymous terms. Such however is not the' to collect all the facts in their power relative,
J.1v. KLEI fact, and the difference in their meaning is the
thousand dollars. to general question and the occurrence of
St. Marks, aug. 7, 1831 52 tfmriLLIAM easily shown '
; For the expenses incurred by the Secreta- by referring to their derivation. engrossing public q>stlOns. But as the report
.jry of the Treasury in collecting information of L. RASKINS will Contagion is derived from the Latin word I has been for some time expected, and I have
the extent and condition of the manufactures autuid to any business in the city otNr.w YORK Contingo; to touch ; and is applied to diseases not lately made any move in it, I deem it propel
;r. the! United States, in compliance: with certain uud promptly and faithfully execute any Commissions Which are communicated to one person by I in this manner to state: That the documentre-
entrusted to him by his friends: in Florida, and the pub- contact with another person affected with such
resolutions of the louse of Representatives, lic' cnerally. I ferred to in your letter was not suppressed but
eighteen thousand dousand dollars. New-York, July 1832. 52 tfNOTICE disease, as the measel the itch, the small pox i was by you, (as Secretary of the Navy,) com-
I Infection, on the other hand, is derived from : .
To enable the President of tha United municated to the Naval committee as appears
States to contract with some skillful artist to I TO Inficio to stain, to dye, to soak, to imbue, to by the report of the present Secretary.
execute in marble, a pedestrian statue of. PURCHA&bRS saturate; and is applied to diseases: which are i 2dly. There is no ground disclosed by ,

'George Washington, to be placed in the cen- not communicated to a person by siiiple con : the documents and evidence for the slightest; :
tie of the Rotundo of the Capitol, the sum ofJ5ve certain THE LOT undersigned in Tallahasse hereby gives notice that a tact with another person affected, but requires suspicion, that you, while Secretary of the :
thousand dollars. House upon which the something more; as a person going into a Navy, on the ground of favoritism, or any .
\ now occupied as a Court house, is where
room a number of
For the construction under the superintendence his property-that the title in fee is in him and with people affected other ground, improperly increased the: allow- ,
\ (,r the Commissioner of the public huii- has never been parted with to any person what- a particular disease are collected together : ances or the wages of livo oak agents la
dings, of a substantial brick or stone vault 'ill ever. All persons are cautioned against purchasing :I and though ho would not take the disease by fact these wages were not increased at all.
{ the Wasbiogton, .Parish burial ground, for th the same, or removing therefrom any fixtures merely touching the sick, yet by remaining along In answer to your last question, I will copy <
temporary interment of members of Congre.-... : whatever, uuder penalty of being made liab e time in the room with them by handling the words of the report of the Navy Con.mit- ':' .
) one thousand dolLrs. i therefor in law. This notice is given, as the them, inhaling their breath. and breathing the tee of the 26th February, Ib31; which beat ;

.!' For arrearages arising from a deficiency of Trustees to advertise of John the Laudaman said lot for have sale,thought as Ids proper contaminated atmosphere of the room,bis system directly on. the point, they are as t fellows: .- ::,.
prop might imbued
: so soaked, saturated "'T'he'commtttee of that the .
: examination -
/ Appropriation printing the laws of the Territory erty. HARDY VICKERS. are opinion .
'-.,: of Florida and for the payment of C. C. i April 17th 1832. 35-----tt.Administrators' with the noxious effluvia; as to be affected ot the public and other land, to ascertain t;?
: r Greonup remaining unpaid as estimated by i Sale. with the disorder.--Thus contagion is appliedto the quantity and. quality of the live oak, .: ..;

(". ; the Treasury Department, one thousand seve, more virulent diseases, and such as are should be prosecuted with increased:: industry. : .: :
., .1'r : hundred and fiftv-seven dollars and thirteen B\ special Act of the Legislative Council pas- taken.by slight exposure, or simple contact, and adequate force. ; ',
.. % on the 22d January last for the relief of the while infection is applicable only such .
t. a Scan serv't.
Very obedient ,
'I J.!'; ccn us of the estate of Isaac G. Dec'd. respectful, your :/. <
'\1i' ,:',: For deficiency of appropriation for the salafy Will be sold before the CoUrt Teague House in JUonticelh be contracted by long and continued exposure. THOS. T. BOULDIN, \,.":..:> ',;
.*I;; .! of the Governor of }Florida five hundred ::11 the fourth, Monday in October next, all the re N -Boston paper. The Hon. JOHN BRANCH. :,', '
,-'t"'I'.'; ,""" dollars. state of haac G. Teague, decd.--Consietmab of his .,.
;'; .,.': :. : In addition to the contingent fund of the Sixteen Town Lots, X.18.-'Ve are indebted to a gentleman VJE.-The undersigned fact for ," \ G. !
cuUed and in
:' ith improvements. And the oho arrived in this city ,Natogdoches i been"api agent attorney .. .
; 1i- pn Monday for yeser| -
House ay
,the heiraof '
:,.. Representatives, five thousand dol! in beaton Grantland and Farrish Carter, '-:
f. lowing, Magnolia,one Lot and a comfortable Bi > which place he left the 7th in.iiant .
r tf.' "'.: ..,,1-:'9. < J ars. store situate on Broad-street. on .Charles \Villiarr.soB, and is intrusted with the care .1 .:
"' ';';"> .? i-s The for thr'following additions! particulars I, of their lands in Florida) All persons are forwarned""
For the
of the terms of sale will be made
salary Surveyor of tho publii'f ; known on the djy' from waste the 'awl those dcsis- '
n-iattve to thestate of affairs in the "Mexican committing on same,
.f is at c. WM. '
,.,, i' Lands in the Territory of Arkansas, ana BLACKBURN, tag to do the subscriber t !
; cone state of Coahuila and Texas. rent .)may so.en apUicationto .' <
Our info.atf '
Adu r mator. ) .
? o"f. nsation to drab htet 'I'HOMASBALTZELL.VebbvilleJ :
1JC clcrlia in
IU and bu '
....'a May J 11f -11'. substantially conjgnos the tnain facts pub,: \ Fehmajy 14th IS33. : W1 '. t ;
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eJ-! I' a Russian, .rranHy.t01.1 Skyrznecki him Be him to te dang were kUled.Thb l ..; .dim l itio, '.still remain K." EKiA { f*' ,- ;I"thos; indebted
OEmIAN spy. reasoned ts
.t. with him I =
E unsettled.' ..thetOut'i t
on the absurdity and Injustice of ir acrourits, for
d : lion, and in evidence a supposi- the year. r;')>r ft.Wt? eome_ fi-n\.ard
\al USrB9! being a genuine Pole, j ililmedi, IT. i.iue!
mentioned ELEPHANTS.
I the OF The piyment
names condition batttrinp
and is n.'
i leO&.er tudulgetx !'
I I, .. .tfl'-.CWl1cas a settle.DpDt .
FUFh" j3KN1NIi.ACGUSTS I means of various persons round. The Burgmeis-. train going to the seige of Senngapatam, had ) is"mJt Je. ".f. ... <': }\ .. \ ,
I ter, nevertheless ,t-ht 28d 1832.. \ ). ... I!< ..
--- 'I was sceptical but after detaining to cros-s thesanuy bed of a river that resembled ;.1. : ttf .
;:JJr" from the plan ttion of ','nos.S. our hero four hours became j
little STORA
A !o.\d oi MW Coium a more accessible other rivers ot'the Peninsula, hich have during lii' .
of this couiiiy. \\as offered ia SL.Iark .I to reason, and I permitted Skyrznecki to depart the : &
&1UEflit. ki4t., dry season, but a small stream of water Kl'RR STUROE8".i6aPacioa8! and safe f'J.
accompanied by an officer of the >olice. : .houses at St. Marks '
Z1st U\st. | Skyrz- in them for the "
(lit Ole running though their beds are of reception of .
ne'cI1.finding ill vain to .sub- e-'Ufn nfl for
attempt resistance, storage or shipment, and they will hiakc
COTfOS.-'Ve have: h.td very fine weather for theML mitted to the mandate, and returned. a considerable breadth very lor draught, and tnir advances delivery ; when they are allowed to ".: '"
in He was however abounding in quicksand! It happen d that forward and consign the same in ,
days, and oar planters: are busily engapd finally permitted to proceed. an any of the following!
rec It w imiHisMble to S1at.. present He was now to enter upon the most dangerouspart artiller| man who was .eated on the timber of Ports, viz :-to New0rlean, Chnrlcsmn. Baltimore, ,
fickin; .oLI.On. of his peregrination. He had one of me by !*ew-York, Providence Liverpool or Havre. ,rJ" I
crop Will be dimwhtd by the laterairn the choice of :iuns some accident fell off in On all .
consignments will
cher. r ;} .ncrage either they charge 2 '..
\V Uldirsiand: : thai some plantation have but-: a ttemtmg, to pass the Russian out posts or ., such a situation that in a econd or two the ",i guarantee on sales, and will be responsible:} per cent < ...
from the rot, but. weaie happy to Irani a branch of the Pohsn army composed of and ati i hind t i uheel must have ,gone over him. The o-vners for any loss sustained the voyage to the .
IflLVrI11IY ,
Itr J t is not .:-c'ller.ll. tached to the clubbist party. Divers reasons influenced j'' elephant uhich uab standing behind the any ne'!,lect on their part affecting lIr'nee. through '0 ,
th.1i.; Lhe c.ompbl him In the choice of the latter difficulty, [ gun a us23h 1 12. .\ ,
peireiving thtprcc..hamcnt: in which the o-f .. .i.
and after mar ..
nightfall he approached a spot where '1..i' .:. Ull'I'o: J lI1vI.! t.. ..-\-. :-,:- .. 'r,
The Cholera\ abating in the City of New-Y, the Polish piquets were"bivouacking. He was j I I \va* instantly, without any warning from its K.have on h-vnd at their stores at Tallahassee! \ "d '. .

fit iex.enJing >n ihecou'itry in.vnv-It has made buttery challenged on his arrival, and having given the keeper lifted p the wheel with it- trunk, and Su r.arks, the following' articles merchandise viai and If.

iiule. proaross:; 1511 for' in Philadelphia and Bait- I. name he assumed, was conducted to a tent of the-|I kept upended till the carriage had passed 125 Pieres Cotton Bagging, "
Norfolk 'Portsmouth) its r.\V<1.gcs nave Lieutenent-Colonei who I Ij clear him. fcO Coils Bale Rnpe, S ,-
jnire I In commanding, proved to ot -Military Adventures. ,
fecen confined; almost emirely to the black populatiotj. j 1 be a cousin of Madame Skyrzneckf\, and an old 8000 200 Ibs. Bailing Twine, .,
Sides and Hams 4
acquaintance the General's. After ,
betwe Mr. From the London Chronicle. 30 brls. Mess, and Prime Pork .
the correspondence refreshments and ,
We puidifchtoday discussing with this the
j person Much 6,) Loaf
cuno-ity i. j>RiXC1I and BOClDIS.Vnh ie the former, flairs Warsaw (of the latest news of which II higher cir 30 brls. Monongahela and .

JuxiOil i.icreaseJ the salaries of Live-Oak agents' wc place our fugitive was the hearer,) tie desired to.. cle.- by the "appearance of the new novel 5rls.. Baltimore Gin common Whiskey"

hate ".lty! to remark that previous to the appoints 'ntrfE depart ; but the Lieutenent-Colonel told him to I" itzguurge, whieh is, we understand, a Jamaica and Xew.Orfcans Rum, '

.B. 'Vi.TAiCAE', the agents received fr ,m$ .00 his surprise, that he co..Id not sutler him to pro- faithful expose of the wanton pioll
a..numU' Jive dollars Itr.Jay. b t since thai appom.men' ceed until he had apprised General Roushidski; i: l late rnjn, and the conduct of the }principal 20 brls. Superfine Flour, :. "

r> -heir. compensation: has: been uniformly WHO commanded whole of the outposts, on his .; movers m that scene of vice and U exclusiveness 400 40 S'Irk3-rls. Mackerel, Xos. 1 and 3, '
arri val. Liverpool Ground and Allum =
tiJttfl hJ'idred per annum, with the right to draw ; t is evidently by a powcriul and ac- Which together with a general ,

rtJr six hl1dreJ: d I -Ibrs per qu.trterr salaries and ex Here again, afier parley, he was permitted! cu-tome hanu, auu, under the existing cir- cerles, Dry Goads,Hardware,Crckery as-sor'nitm ware,Cas'.n of Gras. 4
depart, on condition that he repaired to a certain Iron s
pt'HSPS.- he following is in t-x'rar from the report town indic3: ted. cum .t.mce.bids. Jar to be one ol( the most ih 'y assorted offer to, Cast their German, find Blistered Steele _
,- -.h\ '('SUIt t-'ptiry! '>!' tie! N :.vy. Without anncarimr popular works of the season customers: and the public f'ir.
? : 11 a lo consent- u they----0/---------suffered even excepting [inres. au/ust 28th 1832.
I. Eu B. 'V HIT\KIR, appointed 15th March, him todeartand four German miles 'ie pursuedhis the rt'ieurattd: i our of a German Prince ; -TICE.; -On the 10-h( day of 2tf

t !SJ1, .11' t.ie ex.imiiiAtion and survey. of li\ -o4kZlt route undisturbed by anyother reflections} than had it, however, Uteri published during the IN M'II at public sale in fU Marks September excellent, I Sail will

j '.%.1 cl;"dir: oil i.ie coast of Florida. Compcn- those suggested; by his: tuarion, and by a struggle reign of Toryism," there is little doubt but .J ) u :iboat thirty feet long, wilh two masts and sails: in .

: ea.-J.i 3J.MS. per day, and actual travelling expen- as to whether nc s.iould ultimately, Like a ruad tint a prosecution: wcu.d have be en the ind ord-jr. Persons wishing to purchase a boat wili .
which led to one of his own l farms, or .keep his conse- do u ell to attend on that day.SAMUEL. .
fcC- it abound. \
4. ELI WHITAKER, furnishefl with instructions promise towards the ruHians he had rccl'utl.len.. quence, us in -hitmg sarcasms, by A. SPENCER. .

1 Sth! A;>rii:, 31.Tclt'e' engaged in tile dfsCiursiv ]i.In tins i tate of mindhe arrived at a point wl.ere no meuns palatable tot-. : .a polite.: :__angnst! 23'!h 1832._2f: t';

of Lie duties assigned: U hllu,' al1.H\'ell at''. the road branched off in two dilferent: directions. 9 1 TRAY t2D.. ra 'he plantation of 'he subscriber: r

te 'a'e of lSOOdi, per annum, and 1 25 rents: :\ one leading to the town he had promised to repair HEALTH OP BOSTON. .. i he Jio.tton i. ouriVr few we Ks ago, middle !sized: Div Horse mule

perd.iy; for-tne oxpei*:-es: of nmiseJf! and 'iOMe_ I' to, tile Ofllerto his aforesaid farm. He deliberated of riday says :- v\e'earn' fi'u.,, a phyMnani:I will bi.imU-d!! be ginen with for a s>:a. on informotion the ne<*k. A suit ?be! reward )

A'ioA-ed' an/ attendant, WHose pay will In- 25dols. a moment between inclination and his parole, and of exleiitivc: practice ii he cit that he has I any or delivery.U \\r.BrtAD-ON.. : J: '

_, per iij.Mitn: including nis support while ensrigedjntiiis ultimately stitiered a high sense:; of honour to 11 iI i- I not under 1 hi> care a :.ji-t-; | <.a.-.. of Tyjmus I!;I 'IiJSt ccI;. 18' 2. Stf .. i
S T\ce. April il>tn, 1331, autnorincd to I II I umph over the suggestionsof mture. At the end I- ever or i holcra Inictutuin .. !' t
other From
d ; rq 13ner yearly for a sum not exceeding 600 j of anoiiicr mile ue ceacned the ton, but found or any o.: the .- tue Subscriber( ,
I I do.sa qu.i"!ler, in COVer his own salary' ana ex- ,J that .1 s-jort time pre\ musly bevas> pursued by serious disease. usuaiiy .prcv.ilen't: at .hi-lca.-': 'I..e nig'V: 26th: July in- rntar "i albhasS' \

; i.id tiie sUary: and supjwrl of the attend- j I two ciubbiSt on lIor&ciJlck.: On arriving at the son ol'the: ye ir, anti jat the wnole city is: re- a pair ofa Idle Bajs rontaiiimjj, : a Red \'!">rocco
pe.-s-N h'xcd'bv ins letter of instructions." burner lirst Prince ina kablv h, .any in ti 13 Pocket Book, a supcrfinr' hhrk broad rl/-,., eat, a: \
f *ut dLovved, as ins :; question was: as to wnere rer pect.Vtt : J pair i>blue Cal il11erc "nIl'f I

Czartonnski might hefnund. A.hnusewi: III light : ai.-olfan! ft Oft thoume gentleman,, tents, M''I 3. 1533,E 1-2 pan'aolIs S. E. qua-, ..: .i'o6) 'hvid pi ., ,

From the Ctfacon Messenger. in the window, was pointed out to him, and untn- and other.nt'tle pr .>-s-ion, th..t w gre II many t, rr.rtift4, S. E. No. 593 lI IN E"r :' : It>wiship 7, ".wn, ,..
TO I'Hrl'LBLl. er lie repaired at full Vpeed. the clubbi-sts -.Ull in I ship 1. rang-e4S& E.
: ol" tnt itizonan; .-.uf erl1lg unoer alta }ks oil r Any person who \' ''!U 1 r,> urn : t
hot put suit. Heenteied the house and found tile liif above article will be ampiy rewarded !h. ul
& by : -
f th of ot the I IBanUor diuirhuia, complaint easily cured, which I scnbcr. :
Upon sn-pcnsion payment .. Pi nice and several friends ill council. fl hey received :- EDIJAH HARVEY. ,
\. ',lacon, ,iho' Mookholders ot the In"I I j! iiim with open arms, and earnestlysoLciicd: :; arc pioti ,,,.y ciubcd by the \\ am. and sultry __ nur4- 1832 52 jitBv ,

6tn iti'"ii called on us to receive an assignment .i i inteliigeice of the tile state of alFairs at the CJplI damp ueiUiicr if the last ftw days, ,' well a.' M.IJsfMIi '. LE. -.. _!,

oft I'- -is-et-i ofthf Bank, for tie eq:ul ben.t .- I I tal. In the mean 'time the clubbi--i i -, wno I had t Ii h- by indiseie-atioi: in tbl' u..e (If iruit and vege. \ .1' lit: ..fa writ of Fieri 'acias : deliver ,
o I
rreditors. loved Shyrznccki, were endeavouring to rai e a table.iind \\ huh in all c .Srs, readil) to 111!,
and ;
: of th-} 'IIJ hold T> But findin : )) yield I s.,ill ey.pose to sale to the highest hi&dtron! >
tint thf-r i ; no I'resident, or Board of Director : clamour m the town, and shortlycollected a crowd lInlHe lrccr1lIu1I:.. ahu diet. lh e capitol square in the city nfTallahassep, on Sa'ur-
around the house.( A Lieutenent-Coloncl ot firm day-lihiay: rof.AulusalI, 'he title
right Iaim
and in-
and convinced that the ; nth I 4 ,
() :*, ; rpan.igers .
churacter: and extensive influence ilt below, and SCRAP )lLl\lU.- .creslof Davis F'l..yd, to one negro man slave, I hy tho
IRON the ..
B-.nk are not : onipctent! to make a validassignment partly by rcason, partly by threat and eprools, Among numerous name of Chark-s, levied < we have declined the trust.: subdued the angry spirit tHat had 1 been snowed. rSamuf'1(-"-''" eiifs fi.icti-eu on the late s( icritiric: Floyd tosatisu an execution in favor of Jr.hnAV.} 8Lmoiilon. -

E. \YTH.F He then conveyed SkYfznecklw ins own chateau, L-- of., ew-r(Irk, and not ::en- sale within the hours presTi'-f-d! hy 1 hw. J

C. B. COLE, gjvc'him fresh nurses, and accompanied hUH without craBs Lna%% n, noy be noticed. the following : Jny3.;; 1832 46 T.tds.E. RANDOLPH., Marshal.

A. U.t FRE.E I.\X. farther molestation! to Cracow. -Durmj; a I'cr"none evening, on riauirulpluloMph. 1 1n 4,

August 1 1532. It migiil lir ve been supposed that in this independent : one o till'tudc'nts observed to n I ATTfTlOTV .
: little republic, "is troubles would have him that he h d that ,
.....1oA holt, .i.""_ ft..H.".. n.t.;.,..... .L... ...... -i ... t.."n..n < day exuinttifd! .t rn-m of t ,
1 tILLtU, uu 'I'LlLd"U n''' "& .aj'II<:U <.1'1';; HJUUldlUof ; '"rI"'rs willstlh.n it.c hii-t: f .
middle thai had half his bud THE day (; Au
age entirely
The public are hereby assured; that the ) )
I t hits ciiiirii'iice: and hastened the catastrophe, : '1' rgr concern, their entire stock of
Bank ,,1' Macon will u..i* all possible offrt- topaasliroe had spread us j p -ix-onous influence to e.vercon- ; I llk-that I describing a line from the middle Go'-ds-Consisiinji; (>f fry Goods, Groceries, Hardware -

I A proportion o their out-standing;: I fines of PoIJ..d.'en! in Cr.icovv, clubbi: ;, who of the os frcmtis to the lower c-xtremetie:-". Cutltry, ( rockery :tnll G ..\Varc,&c.

dots :,s can possibly, be alUed (Iroin Ito> itso'irces. I I had sou!rlit :. retreat from the disasters: of the and wished the learned Doct i ltti.flctorily ; possioie:: T ERMS":'All sums under 0 Dollars! Cash, and all
meditated :f1C murder of their c.neftain. -: : to account ibr it. 'J his iver that imnI'tt, a credit until the first day of January
It wa- the wi h ol the Bank, by a i campaign, was atwine l 1. 33. A''pr\'Cd securities wiil be
genet ous si-jninent of its ftiects to 1'usttPs 1 He was therefore! obl; (1()US(' of the Bishop: of Cracow, until a new eriel l bunched in ', .ii'fml as we have doubt
out fill
a iOst erudiu- b. ;
to <.r v all the bll-tioder! : an rq.ial proportion: ; great I' my, in the persons of the RusMan: .troops under ..id-i'ale II take place at 12 o'clock
llu and
speech on causes and effects of a Lusts continued
But athi* cours-r: i- deemed: i .ijjract.cablf: it 1 lluiliiT'-r, entered .the tt)\\'Il, and! obtained mfiirmation : iron day to day until the whole is disposed oC
only remain-fojihe; managers of l.ie; In>utu- I 01 tile place of his:; treat. It now become NATLKAL, viIi: explanatory comments, is: he TAYLOR KLEIX.

lion to (10 thl- be-t for all they 'nn-and if I necessary; to screen: him froni the vigilant searchof w,'nt on, foi 11111"au hour. At the eonclu-ion QrJ?\( Y. July 10, IST17! ids ,

there be advantage* obtained by individual iiis l Iics* and a large dark cellar beneath tilelllsbop's of which, it occurred: to him to enquire ol the WnIS<911!
house was selected for the In student what ;.vr.s the. complexion of the other)1II1f .6.LL ,
creditor it -h.llllot: be by the connivance of ) purpose. /i.tiavitii..; i y ituianu u',a1ls1 tlE. *
. the In tituhlln. the mean tune the Austrian Consul was solicited ) of the bodv., That," he replied, with .,.L'Iale ol Jonathan' Thu'nias dec'o., !ire of Gadsit ..---'" .
privately to assist his; fligHt into the imperial territories the utmot: gravity, was black also." n County, arc hereT>y requested '.o pr'sent. the: same .1
J L. ATKINSON (..ashier.Au the Executor i
w legally auilunticated within, ,:
to which he consented and after a little the me
u-t: 1, 1S82. prescribed by law,-They will otherwise
time contrived\ t .to the illustrious subject of oe baned'of
After a has the kmck An i alt those .
tins sketch acros the Vistula to Podgorxe in tongue once got : ot n-covery. indebted to said estate are?

SOME PARTICULARS OF THE ESCAPEOF Gallicia, where he was received with cordiality l lying, 'tis not to be imagined how impossible: requested to make BANKS immediate[ payment. I I

SKYRZNECKI.Skyrznecki and distinction. i it is i to reclaim it. hence it come to HEAGHAH, Executor. 1; .
passthit C:? 111<;.1"" County. TuTie5. I S3?. 4" 'f. .
: fojn.l tut It.1:0 ,,0Juga time to we .eesome men who are otherwise very i J' .,' .
Iteat a letreat from \V Jrs.I\\ anti the only question Fit.\NCE. honesto, subject to this \ice. I have an Steam Boat from Si "
wa. now! to erect il? Hi; ho>t in conjuncti.ir: .
From the Messenger; des Chambers of June 17. honest lad to my tailor, whom I never kne wtta .us \\"ll ,rouccrtelt the means, and at letgt .
guilty of one truth, no not when it had been
step moilier. who resembled .Skyrznecki in stature : ed. to his ad vautage.-Montaiguc. ".., ... usa; or}'t. Marks have cngl' \
am) co-nplexion apply (Glr pis.sporls to enable General Bonnet who i abouf t. take command Duty is what goes most against the grain, ged a First RateSTEAMBOAT .

him, a* it were, to leave \Varmr his f the 12th division formed I jt
on own e military just because in doing that we only do what we are' t

account. The passports: being obtained, they {fioni the the six departments, has this morning i strictly obliged to and are seldom much praised To ply between thu place and New-Orleans.: The ; :

were delivered! to Shvrxncck, and a niglit h'xe'dfur ) taken his bis departue for :;autz. tor it. Praise of all things is the most JOHN MORRISis only IP month* old. is Schooner .' i ih
his departure. Disguiwd i as! a valet, Skyrz- The authorities t. considerit tigged, has a high pressure: Engine of 40 Horse power. ;
necki the military seem powerlul incitement to commendable actions, with Boilers, draws 3 : .
repaired at time.apj) inted to neighboring -ew only l--i feet water. and 5 \
..treet, w.iere a carnage and n\s\ own; horses i 01! importance that publicity should be iiivento and animates us in our enterprtzes. ru"ers. feet when loaded is i 114 feet long 23 1-2 f feet Beam, 1 : :.,

Waited to receivehim. He jumped up and started the proct edings of l't: > council of war and Were nil bonk, reduced to their quintessence and 50 feet including guard*-.has go-d Anchors. Cable

off at hard pace, successfully:; passed the IwrHfr a-place has been accordingly set apart for the &c. &c.
I many a huiky author would make bis She a.iiled from Norfolk on the 5th inst. and i- expected ...
where his j person was compared witH the de- accommodation of the press. 2
appearance in a penny phunphlet: And there at rft. Marks d.iily. Iinmediatelv on her arrival -
icnpiion given in the and succcded in.rctclltitt .
passpvirt, I she will be earnIi
would be such prepared to party of Pleasure .
scarce thing as folio
a I
i inn any ;
an not far from the next town. to Tampa other of
Bay. orauv. the Coast
Wjile, : he remained at the inn, two gen tTarmesin NULLIFICATION-TilE VICE PRESIDENT. the woiks of unage would. he contained on a by the majority of the party.part Individuals wi required.hing to

cawe! and demanded His passjxirts! whICH havg -The following! is the extract of a letter from few shelves, not'to mention millions: of take a trip ia her will pleasp: I .ave t eir names immediately __ ,: I :

been shown, accompanied by a rouble, Uiey !left 1 Mr. Calhoun, the Vice President, addressed volumes, that would be utterly de.-troyed. at the Bar Ifthe Planters Hotel at Tallahassee, ". the place. 1'Jje Pole invitation from his fellow citIzens or address Poachy !\tackm'.r.! St. Marks. Notice
inn-keeper, a jxvceivmg in answer to an -
however that As it is the chief concern of wi.-c men to will be pi ven of her arrival. If.isoffciflnt! nombe.- ofSutbrtberM S.
nii truest was a more di to partake a to he givenat
than his forth retrench the evils of life, by the reasonings:; of for a parly pleasure cannot he had. she .
piper set earnestly re"noieiided r>pring Grove, Lauren's district, South Carolina will! immediately commence her regular trips to New.
it is the uf
: him not to pass through the town. Philosophy, employment tools to Orleans.
I.t' houor of Free Trade ar.d State
r"ryou mut. know sir," said he, "the comman- "iri multiply them by the sentiments of auperhtitign. For further information OJ; ply to Capt. Thomas
oantof the place is! accustome-- sit at his winvr Rights, It will be found deeply interestingat .-And lson. Brown of the Planters Hotel Tallahassee.

tit watch all travellers, to stop and question this alarming' crisis in our atioral Government St Marks, Aug- 15. In32.;: 1 4w \
the'u; Htnl lxlieve when Mr. and hi heedless The question is, whether you distinguishme ..' :
me Sir, he added, "you will Clay supporters Di :
*eer p.ws; the sciutmy, for you do not look like aatrrtnt. appear resolved drive the JSouth because you huve better aenae than other 1'LE.AI0RE.

," Skryziifcki deemed it prudent' to act into open rebellion rain-t4he Union. Act- people, or whether you seem to have better S! EhPECTFULLYhjfonns the ci*' .

tnt: V'1* dUintereNted: counsel t, and alter refreshing) the stern and unfluctuating purpose sertse; than other people because you distinguish' uzens to* irs, set forth!) disclosed letter
of resistance in this we can- ---- -
|n jtti :Into( a flm t\\'hsc mazes were unknown .... N. B. He may be found at his office next door to '
", 'a: hut tile prasaatrv of the country, who war.v not set limits to the dismemberment and desolation : L'-- : Doctor's Parker and Bradford, or at his residence con

eJ'. swisicd the flight; oV their superiors,) and : which Mr. Culhoun may he able to PORT, OF ST. MAKES. ner of Adams and Call streets.

rll\'e| on until he'readied the precincts' of a town, 1 draw down upon our in&tilutioiis. His influence "Tallahassee, March Sth 1B32. !83m'V'S'TOREAGE .

]J>-re a priest to wiiom he was' known, and who is great-overwhelming in pn extensive ARRIVED-23d inst. Brig Thactier, 44 days from :
Was attached to him resided. He consulted with I territory. The people are infuriated almostto 1e\\-York. Cargo : merchandise.to sundries.

this" ric>st tile means of ad vance while his horses I Ite' madness, and seen but to await his nod, as tschr.nuUe Emblem Kerr,I'm. NewOrieansCargo: ,provisionsand I addition to Ins old ware-Hoube the :I,

feeding;; and another priest having been I the signal for action. In the mean while, Mr. --to and Stu ges. subscriber has recently erected a spacious build : of
tallf'd!l m I it was agreed he should again alter his ing SO by 26!:: feet, receiving cotton and goods. .,
J'\lJ since tie river Pelica, wiiich it was neces- Clay; is adding'fuel to the flame, and darknessand We are authoriiied to announce NA- TIMOTHY M'CARTY.St. i

SarJ t<).cross, oifered an impediment to his pro- : wrath.to the cloud which hangs lowering THAN BYRD, Esq. as a Candidate to represent Marks, December 27th 1831. 19tf ii i

Krt*,(, aasm-.ich as all the bridges had been de- over his country. Should that cloud burt' L/eon County, in the next Legislative Co'incU. *' I

$orh.ri tryed duringiue campaign by Skyrznece'r own ,upon us, involving the Republican in the frght- NOTICE. -

uw U> P1 1601 tile Hushiana from harr-assing fill calamities domestic war, how dreaful ,r/='- \Vc are authorised to announce WILL attend at'the following l : i places for the pu '.' "

rO"te rea' Being ignorant .rlhe newly proposed, will be bis responsibility to the nation and to THOMAS M. BRADFORD, Esq. a Candidate I pose collecting the Territorial and County tax. .' I

to' a peasant was enguj ed far a trifling sun: posterity What language shall depict bis to represent Leon County. in the next LegislativeCouncil. (;s for Leon County for the year 1832, viz:. i a .k k.1
jfJ \ ySkyrzueckiand. hi driver the propo- At the house Wm. W. Briggs, on Monday th2.d -
$ '
e1 black
W bat of
", t''latioo. After a rccoirnoissance" they set guilt t apge history enough to day of July. .'
ofL On their! road they cnc< Untered two Polish record the btorj) of his infamy. HIGHLY IMPORT ANT 1O FARMERS,! At Magnolia, at the house of Allen Falrcloth" or> -.
dratioLiS !. filrs for sale all the valuable the 24th of
. 10 the interest { r Tuesday, day July. .
of clubblsts but tesbVln. ;
(I ;, t1f>lt I ti.e lands consi sting ol QQQ icres,lying on Lake Jack- At the house of Joan Blocker on Wednesday the ... \
:ler alarm
nor curiosity at this t circuml' The Detroit Journal contains a letter from ., north and ;,
$t4Ice, '. son in Range 1, .tat. vu iiship two, 'est, 25tn July. '
R."acrllfl v e'uped their gispicion! or 8Crut1llY.it '. Dr. Houghton, dated La Point, Lake Su- in Lean County, Territory. Florida. These landsare i At the house of Sebastian Fritzman: on Saturday S S. .

tlfttrs a narrow part of the river. they crossed: June 21, which mention. that during not'surpassed by any in.the Territory, in-point ofruhsuiI the 28th July.,, :-
a:UP,. and continuing; their route, readied priOr winter band of Mushkegons, or excellent and abundant vatertandforeslt of the At the house of John Smith Monday the_30th day',; S .
Where they stopped to refresh thenwelves.Attlie the ;past a fcaf,most Mulistantial end varied qualities uf timber! of July. .. ,.
the iidhore. inn where Skyrznecki put up, Mountaineers, speaking a dialect of the Chip- They touch the Lake on both aides of a Mr. Sbepp At> the house of John D. ParrJah, on Tuesday .,. *':.. :' Si. .

and Ilr es\ of the towo .presemed himself pt-v a language) fellupon a trading post, situated :,rd who o*'ns land in a neck between them and the 31st day of July. : .. : .. .;
_. Lake. The subscriber deems it At the house of John Ha vis ";-i.: .
quetj Skvrznecki ? river to the entirely unnecessary on Wednesday the 1..' ; "
to his the Nipagon belonging .
8S oo
(person '
reatioLb! ; b' destnatious; murdered U>:;speak commendation of these lands as they are day ef August. : ': I" t. .
quetj &c. Skyrznecki eva HOD. Hudson Bay C ompany and well known .to every enterprbing man in the vicinity Atthe'bouacofJohn W. Lee ,on Thursday the.24 1
Wd: j he na 10 a good humoured way, and indiscriminately all the. trader! occupying the of''T .llahassep.. day ot August. 0 .t''.., ,.. --- -- S

f ,; Past SI: |*1'OUH! know after dinner. The re- o0st Tfiis induced the, Company to collect Persons'wishing to purchase can know the particulars : At the Court House in the city of Tallahassee. ,, oo S: fI .

n-iuirl ? tU8hpl l>Burgmeister renewed his their forres from different post-, ,and to, send necessary to be had, by addressing the subscriberat Friday the 3d day of August. .-' i. _
tliit (IIIOWh'. 'r.t-SkySnccki informed him'tit Montgomery, Alabama. JAMES BRYAN tJr. I ',.......
IrGeeed'Ie.va; ".a :'r $t'IJIleWlki.j3.fld: : desued to them against the bad of Indians. Inaction STEPHEN W. HARRIS. 8leriff uct4JulL91 Couea T'S ,... ,. .

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j aUI"t NOTICE! Braintree Cotton' din, Te 'ritory.of F1; rldaf .} 'J. .;'+ ;
r. r rn.C
',1nI1ILLBER 'rEI- ifiai'med'mte application! is Je1erou County.B S ety;: __
I : f1flSInstitutionwiltbeppen tor' the reception' of "" made to E. Detlison, Me nolia, or Spngue'sJwintA SALE A 55 Saw Cotton Gin, (Iron fra- : 'oig. his Honor '
.L on\he.lIondat of July next, under 'FOR Jh'omas Rnndaii
Pupils large and commodious House, suitable for ,) from Bramtre.5 Manufactory.! Apply to the Superior Court for J d -'
i.M'ChntckA ; the
the sttperintendenecfMrTIL Private families or a Hotel. ,It is built on that heal- Joseph W. Klcm,St. 1 arks. Floida, May Term 1832. l\Jiddle, .bistnct or.
commodious edifice is nearly completed '
and now
large orders for other Saw Gins of
situation known Point J. W.'K will receive lixlowkk
\, in the'pleasant and 1 healthy village of Quincy, thy as Spragnc's nearly opposite !ap1et6n, Jacob
the House-The will be for tho abaTe tnJ\nufarlUrc )
Light premises ready Pyturn: and Didama his
I wife
the of which good boarding *
in ,
where, and vicinity the of the 15th 10 1832 -'7 .' appea.
families.In reception families.or private boarders on I WM *as Didama Stapleton r
can be obtained in respectable a' n
t 'Will be between affidavit
July next-There boats constantly plying \Viibm;
Stapleton John
this will be prepared for I : M
Seminary men = to the
young St.Marks and Point for satufac.tion .
Magnolia, Spragus's Shannon,and Amelia
United States or for Wife .
', j j'j admission into'any college in the the of r::: of the court.
conveyance passengers. whi) was Amelia -"
the study of any of the liberal professions.The 5lapleton- that HarriaOfl
June 28 1832. _
46 tf
nnd : Stapleton, Seaborn
strictest attention will be paid to the morals 8taE' H.Lothrop
j &.
.: manners: of the pupil:,and to prevent extravagant and JOHN TAYLORUlitfLY pleton, and Zrno Zermthan, ,
\. unnecessary expenditures, funds entrusted to the trea- an_ Screnzo Minor, children Defendants, iZ'of
surer, or principal, will be strictly applied to the .9.1 AT LAW. Win. Stnpleton, deceaset1, S the above BflL.

purposes, and within' the limitations prescribed.The WILL practice In the Counties of Thomas ani who sue hy their next :: are out of the
institution is a gentleman of liberal friend and guardian William .o Jurisdiction
principal pf the Decatur, Early, Baker, Dooly, Lee, Sumter, o of
considerable SuletoJ.-Complninants. '
education, Und has acquired expe- I Randolph, and Stewart, in Georgia, as heretofore 'ur: the COurt. his
vs: '
,. rience The and distinguished reputation healthiness in his profession.of the village and the i ; and in the Counties of Jackson, Fayette, John Stapleton, Lovit Tvl. ordered tion of Gco.on mo.

A'. cheapness of boarding, are among the many advantages Gadsden, Leon, Jefferson, and at the Appalachi- James, J. Harrison, U. Lath J I Warner, Solici.Wrforcomplah Y..

:'>:. afforded by the location of thisinstitttion, and the cola Bay in Florida- and sold! wholesale and Re- rop.-Defendants. ,-,
: Trustees have reasonable assurance that the April 17th 183235 -6m* MADE nEts, and the said defendants are hereby directed
every Frederick c?unty, fl'd.: by C Herston, and
t t. character of the institution will merit a liberal patronage required to appear and onswer the Complainants Bill
concerned in the Patent with l>r. Judkins.
from me public. Qtjat'it; EATTORNEY 1JtrJnall of Complaint on or before the 1st Monday in No
The above Ointment is offered to the public as a -
The terms of Tuition in the Mathematics and Languages AT LAW. sate and certain remedy for those obstinate diseases, thereof, after the the date of this order, or that in default
complainants Bill he
are 10 dollars per quarter. Pr.cicc iu the Courts of this District and ome of-which have so long baffled the skill of medical taken pro CWUMagainst
.TILL them
Iu. uc English department: 2d class $6 25 per qr. % said Defendants. Provided a copy
Y in Jackson County est Florida. His Offices soieoce. of this
3ldo $5 00 per do. shall be inserted in one of the pubha
when the subscription on Jefferson Street, opposite that of the Register. 1st White Swelling every description.2d News-papers, printed at Tallahassee und
Payab'c: at the end of the term, published
N. B. All instruments writing, will bu drawn Sore L* gs and Ulcers of long standing. therein, once a week; for four month. "Which
for than one quarter. is
IB a 1-mger term 3d Schirrusor Glandalar Tumours, particularly ae.
with the strictest attention to their legal
be made to the Treas- accuracy. cordingly so ordered. THOMAS RANDALL.Lov'tM.Jarac
admission to
pplicatkin Tallahassee, June 20, 1829. 3&1JOSEPH : hose hardened tumours in women's breasts which oftentimes i A, ,.." ro___,
were terminate in ulcerated eancers. LHUJiI
JOHNATHAN LADD. 4th Felons, or what SOIUC people know by the name June 5th 1832. Clerk.
H. DU PONT, 4m.
of Catarrbs, of every description.5th -
WM. NORWOOD, 1 I Trustees.H. IJIA ih.r4'1\ i} It.' -irriv-ts\ fr "tr iT W Rheumatic Pains of thejoints.6th -,

: WOOTEN, :: D1mI19 and mwQCfmrt) D l1Ilfi Sprains and Bruises of every description or in COTTON.

HENRY GEE. ,&' ..iiacdes> livni, ta&.ueii.: ) whatever part situate. SL'BSCUIBKR respc'-tfu;.... ...IT rrn the cit
By order of the Hoard: .. 6 Crates Crockery Ware, 7th Tetters all kinds. In complaint, the pa- of Georgia! and FIoridntLtr; I ic !has, rommcn-
j \::. A. DUNLAP, Srcr'y.
lou Cast Iron Ploughs, tient, in applying the Ointment must keep the part ced the manufacture ofCOTTON
t May J9th, 1831. 39-llwtf. 50 Bbls. Pork (:Mess clear and prime,) out of water* GIAS
FERENCES. 10 Hhds. BACON, frot. ,
I 6th Chilblains, or parts affected by
THOS. RANDAL, Jefferson County. 50 t Blls. Fresh FLOUR, i It is also one of the best remedies l for Burns and at his shop in Decatur County, Georgia, near M:.

AVM. B. NUTALL, L *on. 50 }'.bis. WHISKEY, Scald It eases the pain and draws the fire out in a SaniiWn's Store, near the; Florida line.
PETER: GAUTICR, Jackson.Or 50 Bbls. N. E. RU.V, I: short time. I He offers for S'alc: ,at low prices, a number of Cotton

to the TRUSTEES, Gadscku county. 10 Tierces Cheese, I For Inflamed Women's Breasts, and Glandular, Gins which r-e warrants lobe goodofqualityvellrln-
30 Bbls. MACKEREL, Swellings, it is superior to any nredicine yet known to ishtd-His Ginsm.iy\ returned when not approved
:- J. G. & N. Hamlen !IHu 3 Bales OsnabnrghJ, ,i the medical 'faculty It i is much safer than mercurial of on trial-Those desirous of purchaMUjr! would do

"\. : 0 Dozen Bottled Ciler, I of any prepartio.i of that material,) because it does well to ctllnn mc.
Liverpool Salt, in Sucte and in BuT, not lay the patient liable to injury from expose to Lettci addressed,to the Subscriber at Bainbritlg ,
IT/wVES o' various kiids, i Gco or Tallahassee, Florida,will be puncunlly ntuaedd
1 1 1S .
f Fresh OLIVE OIL, cold.This Ointment has cared sores of many years stand- to JOHN WATSON.iv .

BUTTER CRJ1CKEIS, ing. Where it is impossible or imprudent to heal the '-'/ 22 183-2 :-10-:3t

Lard, Butter, external sore, in consequence of the bone becoming ''}'
and offer for Sale. I
\ e iist: received And J. G.& N HAMLEN
.| an sur.plyofVhicli can us or roten, it will stop! the prwgress of the caries,

Barrc1sF1E1 FLOUR, mrwDU aF1rn;) increase the quantity ol the discharge. remove the of- : U'.Yh.: j: t received by late arrv-i
U o 35 SACKS COFFEE, wit!!' ui.- l-r-i r Assortment, arc offered extremely fensite Fined, nod ezie the pain. ala from New-York \
\ 50 Barrels Prime and Mess PORK, low for 'C.ltilf, L'OTrOJV, HIDES.. It cures the worst Felons or W Litl wot 'on an application :

6000 Lbs. Bacon: (middlings, shoulders-and Magnolia, Ap" il 3d 1 l32. 3J tf. of 48 hoursIthenmatisnis ,

which! have stood so long as to becomea
ams1)I 00 Barrels NEW RUM, MEDICAL.The systematic disorder. requires medicine to be taken inwardly 2000 Pair Nc
25 American GIN, to remove them entirely. But iu most common 500 Pieces Negro Cotton Fusuiiis,
OLD WHISKEY this Ointment directedit 500 Do. doV ollen Cloth and SatinttL\
20 undersigned have lormttl a partnershipunder cases by applying externally as!
100 Pieces Scotch & Kentucky Bagging: the firm of CHEWS & TilPPE, f for the will give relief And even in old people, wbcs 100 Do."tIo Point Blankets,
20 Kegs best Richmond TOBACCO, of pa ins have been of longer standing, it will ease the 100 Do. Rose & Duffile do.,
practice the different brancliei of the scienceof
20 Bales Domestic &.
20 Boxes do. do..Manolia I Sheetings Shirtings, &c.
medicine. They have on haid an extensive pain.To 15 Dozen Wool Hats
: Jim' 3, 1832. 42 tf sea captains and masters of vessels his ointment ,
.. supply: of fresh medicines which hey will disposeof must be very valuable in winter on our coast it being' 500 Pieces Stripe& Plaid Domestics,

E Bond on liberal terms. Their office s in 'Y rbbville, very certain in it effects on Chilblains or parts affected 150 Do. Scotch Baggine,

late arrivals Jackson County. H B. CREWS, with frost it likewise preserves its qualities iu all climates -:4 t-'ef'7'' n::...._
Has just recei- eel per From New-Orleans
I1ENEY TRIPPE. by the SchoontNA'I'IYE
100 bis. New York and Western Flour, Webbville, April 1nst A large mass of testimony proving the value of this ------- ,
15 carcro Prime nnd Mess Pork, most excellent medicine will be shewn to those who ,

00 Coils Ky. Bale Rope, Jj Received wish further information on application to Dr Hers- 150 Bbls. WHISKEY,

Kentucky bagging, tous. or to any nf Ins authorized agents. 50 Half do. old do.

pn 10 Setts of small Sugar Boilers,25 a 50 gall I rb F.R schooner MILO, from Daemon! ,and for saleiGGOlmsiclsof : The: above medicine{' sold by special appointment of 100 Bbls Superfine:New: Wheat FLOUR,

SOD Sacks of Salt, : s- !: CORN, : the patentee and warranted pennine.L 100 Coil BALE ROPE,

London Porter Ale Cider Old Whiskey I 10'') BLls S. fine Howanl Street FLOUR, ; U. PHUKINS.: DRUGGET. 100 Pieces Heavy Kentucky BAGGING, "
(10,000 Lbs. 1iddlings & ottdFrs B4C0.v
13 do MACKEREL, Tallahassee, February 24th H,31. 27tf. :
Fresh 'IVa, Imperial and Hyson, I 40 do HLUUIINUS -- 5 Hhds. Canvassed/ .7.V5,
I Susqxihana.: ; ,)
Sperm Caudles,WiiitcrstrainedSpermOilSmoked 50 SACKS SALT:; JR. 1ELF2'SDflI 50 Boxes&Kegs best Richmond TOBACCO

Hov f Bolotia Sausages, COO Lbw ACO HAMS (siperiur,) 20 Do, Porter and .fir, _
25 Half brls. No. 1, Mackerel, Any persoi ishing to purchase :iie corn, can han g IDmQD: ? 3 10 Dozen Collins' &. C.s. JXLS,

Spanish Se:","ars, Colee&c.! rHitutiltht t .1 unt.&:!v' i A c.M'Jiabond' with St- IS one of the most efficacious compounds in ill? b- 100 B.1U&. SHOT.
Garden Scrdx,fresh, 'mi1 iy 'I' 1 l"M llr'l, m v.-CAUTT. MEDIC for the cure of mat class of irrvet 'tlf.ll

Lime Juice and Lemon Syrup, crate Disease, produced by an impure state of the S. ..LE.G .

Which tocethcrwith his ASSORTMENT .;: blood. and a vitiated habit of body, and usually exhib- ... (:,i E: ;Is Whiskey,
iting themselves in the forma of Scrofula Salt Klier.m. 'U' 35" Eresh S. F. Flour,
otVercd on low t':-nns to his customers.
:arc Leprosy, St. Anthony Fire Fever Sores (even when 25 Bars Coffee, .

"REMOVAL.TUESuWub 9US the bones are affected,) White Swelling's applied 200 u Corn.
with Dr. Jebb's Liniment,) Foul and obstinate Ulcers, Just received from New-Orleans.

rakfrstlii* opportunity to inform '; sore legs and eyes scald head in children,scuivy and E.SEIXAS.Ibnol1 .

; : r tlt1th! (' public cent-rally, that he ;\'J.Jto: scorbutic gout, Pimpled or vJcrbuncled: Faces festering : _,_ _-.. 2941 tL
}IMS removed( : hisC',:.!Vcionury: 10 the hou."e ofi1ers.: V'1: '1 1A1 eo ptiOU5. and venerial taints throughout the body, in -

.1:0 L. <$. M. A Aim."ieadnt-ai the Capitol bqiuue, here which last case the drops often cure when mercury Qnine.I : .
lif kerns constantly; oi1' hand: the best of L1O.UORS; .fall fails They are also the best Spring and Autumnal 1)0 OCtj; I'deir'I Quinine, just ttceived
kinds-also various Kinds of \\ inc ami Cordials, '..lrICAN t10'lEL physic to purify and cleanse the system from humours\ from New Yrk,for sale low.

Porter, Cider, Ale-Candies, Sweatirjcats, Pickles, TllE Subscriber respectfully informs his friends, which frequently appear at these seasons of the year- E. SEIXAS,
&c&c. DirTercjit kind of Relishes at all times, all of t the public tm'rally, that: he hp rented the They alsii aid the process of digestion and by purifying I>ru<'!rjr&t.? M an\lta.?

which he otTers on liberal terms. He lenders' his sincere large commodious bi ilding on the "We side of the the blood, prevent the secretionuf malignant bbmours .

ti.mkto! his cus-tumert generally, fur rir liberal 'apiol; : f-rpiart,formerly occupied :tsar; crn by John ot the lungs. The proprietor confidently relies upon 2o4 41REWARD.
favors the past year-and hopc: by unrcinitted Dow tier. Th I House having underjj ea thorough the vast number of surprising:: cui PS effected by 'hese $?

attention to busincs, to merit a continuance of their repair, ill be ready for the receptior r Boaiders and drops, not only in BOS.IOII and its t vicinity. but throughout .

pairt>na&e. Visitors the 13lh in:>t. the Union for the best proof of their excellence as t.: _, 11 L be paid ..y the Bank of Picn: 1 or. 'Fr ;for
R. IC'VEST. JOII W. REA VEf:. an unfailing alterative medicine. tu ail the cases above .. V Y the apprehension and conviction of v. ILL AU

juiyJJOTICE.TL_ .n LU, .o.Jh..;: .AOf 1' .to II Si'cified.Thi.- article has recently been pronounced f:OITERFILO: charged with THOMAS 3I1D.

will JOSEPH LADD. by aPhjsicianof first lespectahihty. who Lad wit- DLETON (who i is nowm Prison in the Cityof Phil-
Six wecksTafter date
application nessed its dtlphia,) for stealing from board
surprising efficacy, as entitled! in bill opinion on Wilmington:
1 l>e made for letters Administration on the estate HAS:\ rceuveu: per Schooner Delta, from C/haics-: to take the lead of all the popular) article?"known steamboat, between Philadelphia and WiImil! ton,
James Bannister, late: of Leon county deceased.NEEDI1A the on afternoon of the 9th June .
; for above complaii.tii, and indeed it is fast gaining last, a small package
M DUDLEY.Tallahassee 10 Tierces RICE, this point in public estimation, throughoulthe country containing $5000 in bank notes of the Salem banking

1 July 17, 1832. 48 6w 23: BUMDLESHAY, Price $1 a bottle, tr 6 bottles lor {j 5) company, New Jersey, and of the banks in the State
M- 5 Bales Cotton OSNABURGITS. Delaware ", principally of g50, of ana
1A T% a portion $20,
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.-All Persons :Magnolia, May 1st, Ib32. 37 tf. R. R LFE'8 ASTHMATIC PILLS, ofa Is ss denomination. The package was directed to
the estate of John Lines -
and a little$ attention to their timely administration, wil- John Torbert, Esq.Cashier of the Farmers Bank at
\ lateofGadsdtn county, arc requested to present Jas. Westcott Jr. & J. P. Booth
them duly authenticated, within the time prescribed usually ensure mitigation of these disorders, and genl Wilmington. PorttrfieUl is a shoemaker by processsion

; by law, or they will be 'forever barred-All per. HAVE formed a Law partnership in Florida. The crally effect a cure. The Pills are also an easy and effectual ,and after he passed through" Delaware, he assumed

indebted to said estate ire requested! to make immediate of the former is in Tallahassee, and of remedy for the symptoms preceeding and accompanying the name William" Butler, at Petersburg be
Sons JONATHAN ItOBINStiAdrn, the latter at West Point, Appalachicola Bay. Business the Asthma and Consumption. For Coldse changed his name to \V m. Ellis, and was pursued to

Gadsden payment.County, July 17, J832 48 Sw entrusted to them in any of the conrts of Floridaor Coughs. difficulty of Bieatniog, tightness and strictnr, Charleston, where he toflk passage in a vessel boundto
the adjoining Counties of Georgia or Alabama, will across the chest Wheezing pam in the >side Spitting Savannah or New Orleans. He is about five feet

SALE.: -A Negro Girl about 16 years of age be strictly attended to. Aug..3c1, 1S31. 50tf of blood, &c. Few cases can. occur of any of this six inches high, well proportioned, darkish complexion -
FOR and healthy and accustomed tohouse Hass of disorders in which the purchaser of Dr. Reffe's ,and getting very gray around the face-has a Iar8:

work and attending to Children. For terms apply to Ten Dollars Reward. Pills will not find a rich return for their trifling expend- sharp nose,long jaws, no whiskers, and squints with
Capt. Thomas: Brown, who is authorized to sell her & are. his right eye, full of talk, and in argument turns red

4 for the 0\\ nero July 17, 1832 48 tf RAN AW in AY the from month the subscriber some- Price-whole boxes, 30 I ills, 1 dollar, half and looks confused; has a very proud walk, with &
of April last, a quick leans his heaiTback
Pills 50 cents. step, his breast forward,
A hegronian named and his right hand in motion when walking. He is*

CARD.THE MILES.Formerly In Leon Superior Court for the Middle out 40 years old. ,

He wore a black cloth tight bodied coat and
Subscribers h.i. purcaased( the Stock 01 pants
Ware-House?Taylor & Klein, have the property of the Rev. .Mr. District of Florida.APRIL vest all of the same piece,and nearly new, nej: fur

commenced the DRY GOODS, GROCERY, and Bowen, of Gad en County. MILES is a- TKBM, 1832. hat, makers name Lewis Rumford, boots newly lot
securing the above named boy so I get him or delivering vs. > In Chancery. Frenchtown, on the Chesapeake and Charlesto'a,
addition to their present commodious building, him to me in Tallahassee shall receive the above MARTHA- JERKINS, J South Carolina and no doubt will endeavor to hava

they are about to erect sheds and houses for the reception Reward. JOHN K. CAMPBELL.June IT appearing by the return of the Marshal, and by the others exchanged in small amounts.
of Cotton, Goods, 4c. fur Storage, their buildings 19tn 1832. 44 tf. ..affidavit filed, that Martha Jerkins does not reside The above reward will be paid for the ipprchensioa

will completed by the 15th Sept. They respectfully within this Territory: It. is ordered that if the said and conviction porterfield,alias'Butler, alias: Ellis,
solicit a feliare public patronag, and p'edge themselves New store on the Suwannee.WILL Martha docs not appear aDd answer the complainant'sbill and a liberal compensation will be allowed (or the &-

r to a strict performance of all commissions entrus- JQ (BQ i1' WJlUltL :iT i) on or before the first Monday in October next, mount of money recovered.

ted to their, care. the said bill ofcomplaint, and the mailers and things JACOB FRICK.,Cs shjt'r.
PEACHY & MACKINDER. open a new store at the therein alledged, will be taken confcsso and decreed Philadelphia, July 2, 2S32-50 3t
RFE 10 COL. JOHN GAMBLE ) of the Suwannee and pro ICf>The Cincinnati National
J euerson.- I Withlacochee accordingly. And it is further.ordered, that a PiLtsburg Mercury,
JUDGE RANDAL, J .I Rivers about the first of May next, for the purpose of copy ofthis order, be published in some Republican, Natchez Gazette, Leumille Advertiser,
Col.H. W.BRADEN. \ receh ing and forwarding, or purchasing cotton and this Territory, once a week for three months newspaperin suc Su Louis Times, New Orleans Bee'and Florence Ga-

; GEORGE LORIMORE: 1 I supplying the adjacent country with goods. They intend cessively. .; zectte, Florence, (Ala.) Commercial Advertiser, Mobile

t S JAMES LOR1MORE, I Gadsden- :. erecting store and ware-house, and running a A true Copy, the Printer atPensacola; Republican, Savannah
COL. H. W. BRADEN, J Poll Boat between that point and the town of Magno Teste JAS.S. LINN Cl'k. ,will insert the above three times, and the the bill
J. J. ADAMS, Tall dassee lia, goods or cotton purchased at either place will be June 23,183246 ,w3m to the Bank, with the paper containing the advertise-
St. Marks, July 10,1832 46 tf forwarded by them ata reasonable freight. They will ment. -

TWENTYDOLLARSREWARD- purchase cotton, hides, and deer skins, and will have Bloufs Steel Saw Cotton Gins. tutrat anttf: .if{orinil.
: eonstantlyonhand an extensive assortment of goods

, Jt \ A Y from the Subscriber a Negro all descriptions, such as Provisions, Groceries, Hard
man na
f'> R.\NA about twenty two years of ase, on and Hallow ware, English and American Dry.G nods, THE Subscriber has an assortment NOTICE is hereby given that Thousand shared ,

1"..: : .4 k Friday night.June 16. 1832, he it about 5 feet 5 Inches Tinware, Drugs and Medicines,Hats, Saddles, Shoes best Stell Saw Cotton Gins, assorted Stock of the CENTRAL BANK

,;V; high, the calfof one of hui legs bu been injured and i is Crockery and Glass-ware, Salt, Iron, Steel, Nails&.c. sizes, from 30 to 71 Saws,which will be sold at$2 and Florida,hare been subscriber: ,and that in eonforini
,0- not quite well[ ,when spoken to be speaks pleasant and March 19th 1832. 3Qtf $2,25 per saw on a Credit until the first day of January ty with the directions of the Charter,the Subscription

quick.has been accustomed to Wilt ilIa Tavern, bad ODor i1'C a
f ". took with him 2 frock coats, one a mix ad and the .Av S I shall be abscnu for sorm months from the Terra.rito.y BENJAMIN BYRD. said Bank.
I Other a snuff coloured 2 pair of cotton pantaloons, one I have appointed Leslie A. Thompson .'Magnolia, May 22, 1832. 41 tf And the Stockholders in said Bank are required to I
blue and the other blue 3 white -- takanoticethaattheofficeof Gea.R. K. Call in the I
O a.light pair oi sum Esqr. my substitute as U. S. Attorney fer the middle
mer panlalooni, a black far haft sevejol vests, 2 red District of Florida, and also my attorney in fact and AttachmentGreen City Tallahassee ,on Tuesday the 10th day of Jul/
A. Stripes.4 white cotton*hirts. Whosoever: accures said at Law. JOHN. K. CAMPBELL. next ensuing the date hereof between the hour of W
Negro that I get him again will receive the above June 19th 1832. 44' tf.' R.Cnaires,vs.Ben .1 HE Defendants ii\ o'clock A. W. and 2 c'ckxk..M. an- election will beheld
end all reasonable expenses'paid. Chaires,Executor, and Bet- ,this Buit will takesy.Floyd'Executrix for the election of nine Directors for the purpos

HENRY THOMPSON. o( Da .1' notice that application *f managing the business of said bank. t

.ful, JO, 1832. 47t( NOTICE. *is Floyd, deceased, Janxia ;will remade' to the Su- An4 thq said Stockholders are further required to
4.S ., S.Linn,and Elizabeth Linn! perior Court of Leon 'ake notice that the second instalment.of four per ,cut
\ COMMITTED-To the Leon PROPOSALS will be receited'till the 30th inst.by' late Elizabeth Floyd, Ch s. Countyat the next October i )n the Capitol Stock of said Bank is payable.on t IiOl9thdyofSepzembernextensuingthdateherew. '
l4 thioitgh'ilia Magnolia Post 'Oftcc Floyd,RobertFloyd,Gabriel (tennto, foreclobt: .
.. A'prillB32, as a Runa. for opening a Canal through the Natural Bridg Floyd,Thomas C. ,Davia t a mortgage given by D S BEN CHAIRES, .!
.' uay,a Negro man,who his name is Dennis and St.
over Marks
I aays River. The Canal '
:A that he belongs to be 30 f<*t & Mi1o.R.Davis5'solehetrs_ vis Floyd, to Henry>1-: R.K. CALL,
lo.JordanSm1thoIWMhington coun wide, and ofadedpth to give two feet of water at the And representatives m' J the JAMES Mc.MULLIN | .
on ,
I4 ty Georgia, he is about 25 years of age, 5 ieet 7 inches lowest stage 'of water in the River. A written contract Floyd deceased. vaJ west halfbf the, Northi'lestquarter I fcJOHNG. GAMBLE, X '
high his dress is white
homespuu pantaloona brown will be .
made with the who '
- -' person offer the of section nine f H1CHARDHAYWAJIIVR.C.ALLEN
,, may township one, onii j-
round Jacket hite
thirt and
cotton wool hat.
a best
for the
terms work. 4
Those who
are' disposed to. south and east,and the cast half oldie North Fast I, -
The is
*. and take owner_ requested to prove property. ,pay charges offer for the work are requested to examine the Brid. *e quarter section eight,township,range one,*. *h I ROBT. W.TIZRBUTT. WILLIAMS,_
. for Uiemselves.: GEO. W. LONG and said land tHe ,
.. ; east, lying in County of Leon a t R.BEXTON
7lJ&aecA.L1 1 .JAlIESBRYANJ Jr.Jailor. Lu, Engineer tame*. Territory of Floriua. GEO. WALKER, 11l"At'* I *:* Commiss100- '

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