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: October 9, 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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Tuesday Morning atFivc .
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unks tU the option of

will b p&iid.be .. .
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bcftre conspicuoublY inrtetatj4 "LAISSEZ Notrs FAIRE." 9j

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subsequeflt -Dx: j7StltlIll
for Ufltl''(orbid,uiilcss othertepct34eofl tthta fl 9c
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communications the ':-:-, -- -' -;,-,- .. -i-i---:: : ; : e aev .iu&imt -- -.-- -- ---pfrIhitereii
a11lette" receive attfll' -Ii. V, ill z j fit iIJLAiHAtA.[ pIjy -
will not ...
iiSt j)1 or they FOR cnrryln the the Mailauf tue United Stales'for flESPEC i FULLY infcrin the Prmti is of,lc l. -- -- : f

-,- two years, trom thc first day January 1333, to nhoiH they 1zae long bec-n individuajy 9r aidnv1Mion, t -

lo announce to tht? thirty-first day December 1834, on the known Ub established Letter Ir ounders, that they __ .TciVedfrow nz ; this 1i cuwii jtruveroineBV v .
% C cj. a Candidate W rcr followinir, Poit Routes hi Florida Territory have now formed n copartnership in said busines8, nd _.. '& ir1bjfee4 lh UnUed Jauto A, Ktf-- :
) i.e )flX LcgihtivC ('4-flCl. mil be received at this Office until the 2d day of hope from their united skill,ail extensive experience, malrFa3'he. nuiy3ra7 beat, antT the oeat. -
( to be able to full satisfaction ail who
give favour
Noveniljcrnext inclusive to be decided may pr-3 T.relstSf : .
to anuonnceCamlMaU on the them with orders. tpjhe /

Eq. lo TI.I1FSeLi1'tiVe 91 h day of November. The introduction of nmchimry, in p'toee of the te- 911 thepyrnent fttfiep oceed.* of each,oftbebcsetapartf',<**

31113iDE Onnf.l.to 2177. From Montirello in Jtfieisrn] County, dicus and unhealthy process nf costing type by hand, .tafitef ehall .

C authOliZcL announceVHlTi. to Magnolia, in Leon County, 40 nics! ird. buck l<'ng a desideratum by the Lurrpcan on American i.ii3 eyin ; ;,; fithhersii* Sg

-cii: art' once a \\eck.Leave Founders, was, by American ir tnuity, and a heavy uJCJ aVe -fefn.rpc; :Si *""
candida.e to represent frorp the neat
\ a r-JcpLiiduurc of time and nu&i'cyn the f
M j j-artt our semi
srrIl JSlunheello every \Yedncsday at 3 A. 11.Aruve \ 1j-bfm .l Ml5Umen Tf-'tha .
Coi _ -r fist successfully aiconijlifclud. Lxtvnsie use of reservaffoa -
u cclL at JMatfiiolui the same diy by 6 P. M. the machine: east !letter, has filly t'stcd and established Rtipulaled.6Cthe ronhHjarticle; of said.conven- :

a (,.nnti34ae Leave Magnolia every Tliuriday at 5 A. M. us superiority fli every particular, over that cast by LAWS <%| aE: UNITED STATES : ,, tt .Mfcu9Ced ; and the raonietr t
as the old
11V.\L1 lqr flt.Xt Liia1 ivc('c'inrfl. Arrive at Monticello the same jay by 6 P. M. The process.Letter FuunJery bunne' tt ill hen after oocnnicd rA-sfft AT THE MRST, SEi-rlON CFAN ilL. z. which may -Ihua be.a. -opart, together.with :

j. -.: 1' ttutIrizld -t. tI'iit t1 V i 2478.! From St. Augustine to Tampa Bay, and on by ih.- paitu s befue nainrd, uc<'cr thc firm ACT which ma 'lre feceiireo!-tnlo Ac Trcosury ur> --- .. .
N' *\JC a caudate to rcprcsani Leon County back once! in i wo weeks. lUTE, HAUAR&, O. Ihur specimen exiabits to authorise the Secretary ol ?ike } the samb are here7 .' .4

*lilp, Eq. Crt1TWi Leave St. Augustine every oihcr Thursday at a complete s-'t ries irom Diamond to 14 line pica. Treasury to compromise the claim of Ike P ropriale
-rr Tau'"t' irci1: titani-uuiu-e A' VXA- G A. M. t :/c book and news type bong ui the ivott ni'dcrn the. United States on the commercial Bank .rp4ttJed, for. i; 4-'. p- .
>*ndDSK" 1 1ht and stjK. of Lake ?' .
Ki.irl 1$;. tefa(( 'ncs c-ittilidatc iu the ir next n prwirii I cji aiin Arrive at Tcmpa Bay the next Monday bv \\ hl'l r":; HAG A r 4c Co.ar. agents fr the s -k of Be it enacted r.ne. bthe 8< An tijiiitiMi 6 P. ii. and HouofRepres
a ai : :hc &::aVi i>n lltut J'rint't.Prtscit \\hHi iLcy can senate al cotnraoiu itions to qr- fipm the secr Ury

arit.rnE.q. Leave Tampa Bay every other Saturday at rurnish to their cus'OtM rs atth. u. i uf.iciurcs' j.rices.Cli putative* of the United States of AVmcri board ..fconniLii&n; .sjiall fa* bf -I.othe .

ncziidiiu ;. 0 A. M.Arrive. .scs., C'a .e-, triii'frosiu Sicl, >(k, aim tvrry ar- ami on"ress assembled, i hat tht1Se LW 1'ee orotage:. -, -t; '

I, V next Lcgisativ&i at St. Aeguslme the next Saturday bv ;cc! used hi the 1'rnuiiig 1 t.ainrsiej.t m sale, nn.ci'in cr-tan ot the reas-ury.be and he ; 4 Ati4 r
} short n-ticr. C.Id; ly j c Baking xrhangef. :c
,_I 6 P. M.ISo. authorihed compromise lil
to Mid tiie
finally : t5ohu
t f. at i? cei.ts j-trpounc1. a? ___.. ; -
-tiJt,ii.-riu to announce JSABYHD. 2479* From ( -uincv hy Fort Gntit- : IJ. iNoss apt r Pi oprictcrh wliO Ue tie above the claim ot! the tinted Mates on the Commercial and cuinphutvJ, tht-re orciB --

C W ; a Candidate to teprcsento den to .t[>uuachicoia L'ay G5 inilua and buck r< i. j..5-fit:Iies, \\. 11 lutniicd i n'fivt (Iuihtrs t in such Back of Luke Erie, on such tenns, all other papert, in &. posrsessictt, of"th "

il1 CI'Y liAcM Legato CoMncil. oijce a1eave wrfks Jc cs LiS iluj PI. y fct-ltct Ii oxti cur st'ec..nlt. WHITE n. he may deem most conducive to the best iu- com lis ion or its.officers, iJWitl be depo.itel -S '

to aiiiionccT1oL1sl. ( uincy cvcrj Momiay aiit-r; the ..i- -Yer!.. M.-y :3J'2.. 3u W .HA O A\\. hrr.-t ol the (United States, in the office of the Sei-retary of State. -

rival the uiutl I 3 ilk-u I 5 \riMiovLD, reb. I IA lO,32. Sec. 10. And be farther enacted-That
BUADFOUD, E-q. a Candidate! os iiutu n-n.K: -a\ c 4 i"> ti.t \j.OAL.I.--- i.i in i' onSa. .

t Leon County, in ti.c next gislatvc noon, n rm cut .'.ppalacliK out 1ty ti.e ne.M rjui.vy .2 i; i -iy ol Oct. l>i r next,'a; the rc.sitff S AC i to change the tune oi holding the for the term of ten ears, from ana after tho-
J 4 4 1 : tt : sEi n tscd. ie crsona. second of
day I bs 7 i'. M. linitco Mates li trict Court day February ono thousand eight,
:'.T .' :"'}" --: deti-jstd, consi-tiij; of f>t< ok, ftirtiiing.ie > at Stauntoninthe
II Ft t ind4 13 U U 11I Lec Appjhivhn-oJa! Hay ovtt > :jun .-b, :.u'hu d, an kitchen Ami t tire, &.c. i ermsai \\es>tein district of Yitgina.ie hnndrcd and thirty two, wines the prodoc thtir aoci urns, f... sums (/vcruniiollars crrd ot' six ironths illARY France, shall be admitted into the United -
I iben' whohi\cu..tMUlod at 5 A. M. airivtat ( uurti.r i.--xi c. j J j.i2 a w it ducted by the Senate and House ot
.ij'j jv note or oilitrw JSP, to come funvar.: ).. icn, .iIt stjes L'ner tI.i: uliiUflt States on paying duties not exceeding.tbafollowing .
noon in tiu.i -. ui tl.t- ftepretitatve of the United States of
rcaT I u < oij: t ii.4 a > America -
note yr ; t.ifiv.ludn'ucncc bIMl fcO.N .'Jiimihislratrir.
I nnJc'tK- same by p\> rates the such
4i'ely on gaPon, ( as, u af
; will I* Si\en ui.lc n tlltrjrl from raUuhsff! is.: '!:..<.ac\iJ_ ! :'&; alter the pasmng ot this act, the United States present Used in the United States.) that is to" -- -- -
nil rnailc. :sj.rkr co..rl, iiiIe Dtsi'tt, Ltai Cvit.uy.hN six for red nines
cents in casks
1-3. 2f: 1. The ht : it- '. utairict ourt, in the western district Virginia say ; tea

s1Ih.1IifA: :--- -- 41 to expedite (tie i\iuU, !.( f-- UIA.I Jht i 'H C.\ A AM1L\G1ON: F1l1TN, ?&, horetoiore held at Stauntun, on \\ ednesdayalte. cents for white wine in ca=k.s and twenty-two '
their \il ic for wine ol all
n odd i-g rents sorts in bottles. -
{ iv STIU': ;'S liavc sp-iri.ius and safe rs .' /t .euinjnit.SVL. the lotirth 3londay in Hpnl and September
niiu..iucc; {)[ I.4e CtII1 D ft U: % ANDREW -
I 1A L. [TASK INS & STEVENSONSpakerof th, -
ar"i'< '' s "' i. x'ai' ks lor tlwicoeotion( tf .. in each yvur, be hereafter held at Statin-
., 1u ..huIIt&)4kIt, and !Jit.y'i ill ttk q.Jc c.a.trA.it.oi, ii :r %& 'C ig i to -cu4iftJWt :L' l1I.l1F.VSE1iNTON. (louse of Representatives. *
'$ I.1t 'I ton on the lirt of the fit
*' .r Ce, ut i1i cxtia : itt.t i.cn :; \ day May, day ] '- <
,',...i t.rv ultra lilt' flIT ::iU l!< u'J > ,& LITT'N TAZEWELL, *. .
| U-HVWC' i J > J (riAi'l; : > \ lILIIT of Oitober, in each and hen those \ -, ,
:ttc :nflc t<) any (if the f1i. tea ; Senate
rJfl i. CiarIest.'ii! I la1ui.i t !. *:: z.1L.IC$ iI* .t- oj rs.- W'V'nR qssrnpit..l.l13 das or eithe of them, lull on Sunday, the 4 vm> ffvtrf3ns pro Jempore. ': .- -

\ Tk i'tf* : ""'*', Liverpool tir Havre. eu _. tie ic.uis :it < c.t :...: iv.u < Z.t.Ct.I \ : j : >SAj Cuuit to be held on the next succeeding day. i\y j -.- -
"jcuUMi" "H* ti'y %i'i' ch.irsu ii JH.-I L. :r 1i..t bt.tciitu, & i'ot -
.i .t t't .
(o April Authorizing the Secretary' thTrtaatiry
:t iU' Will be to :!* tA.wi.ti t X, < I' L '.errv! .jycs r:, o; u c h'stnnicn of th
lei lo itic1 alHiliS UICii-
u-t'iMs .tit
4=1"rt (, ') MJtt-'t' edcn the \oyve, throvrfj 'i4t ti'i.t. > S t _L Sc4 Wi\f x- ti t-ij! klili;* l> i liiis ilay. lt\ ti.t i U 'i.fl.. A AL'i to ( airy into cfiect the convention to permit wharfto be built ntar"' -
: s of aua JIMut 'neirin iturnallo to Grioi the bite of the
alt *IIsUrtiiCC. Hunt-house Slratfoid
1ictr rUg on
L.. ., ki S,1'n 3! j. *)*f* i>. r'o: c\ery tennunutcs dtla, a arriving a. r, IsS'J, of .viid; ronrf.J .-z ivon the U muted S'atcsand his idjc.tytut in the State Connecticut. VBo s

: :fly point; alter lie tin.fpifM'iii; I C a.jnvcon ts t.i. 1 ). HliMOXAL.nv.r lncji>niricuirshall iuneii .i.e iK Uan>. 1 ] I.T.t j. p. KrfiTH, c 'f t"<;. oj ilu touiih ol Jtiiy, one thousand eignthuuuifd it enacted by the Senate and House of

::1 -'. .<-il>.s orprtrnily to i T1fr? lay :-'all roauniif lH.-y ud the uii.c I'ui intU'1 c.itue tpPn1Iee'r ; ISQ 5-- and tinrtv-oiie. Representatives of the United States of Amfr* -

T- sCsr4l rs. tJ ;I 14i.C LeI.-aiIy, ilu't 1.:. iil any }>CIHJ| ::& iniii lit'Ibili-itiae ;; tie c it-a in C oug ess assembled, Th.it the Secretary -
(1 tsjil :i.\l Lkti'nii'-.ij. Ji hp'l yl< r"&J > 1e u eiKn:tfj 1>* the Senate and 1/ouse of{
to jut! : iiorthc 4)tI. to tt vic'j the amount ;'l.u\vcd; iiu can i.n.uail '
I (:( V.y tju'il : iui; of the Treasury i is hereby authorized to
L-i:! r't'F3\ i; Ln c.-j-H-y, }1trithi' )1tle I l.'ih United > -
eutntivt-s of the SlaKs of Ain
.. L Au'.r' 'i : CAJMH; 1 f1tj.t niic! trip, ll it Le made to iij ;A'ar t.-.t t.r "* vu'l wharf be
4 iiOi'rt. built
4'q"** n: t.-b r ; tl.C'.pe amy, ptirmit a to near the ,b'ij>ht cftho
iCP .S #U' : .$ .il 'i.e lwt i-f l.1(1.it3 i'vtr"zs delay \\.LS occisiiet: l l t.y iiia\t) >iJttbe! I'.ccidL'i.i.ti. cX-! tail Ks on hit lilt.I U ..s i 4e1iIi..s embkd, Thai (he Prt-
ttM: Nj-nif ira '
'! : ntj light-house Stratford the
1 jli1) of V.'inc sud C.rdtl': on pointin
\visc.i t..e i'o. t JSla.skT tfei.L-rai M.ail 1 i'c J/v. idctmt of the United iih
: ilioj < ; States, by anu \ tuc
CidtT, Ae-CLfldi"'. SweatistoaJF, PicKky; ; f'n hns.il4.1iy, lie Ler.:! a !i111211L !4.rrs Uv. Mate of: Connecticut, and to grant the use*, .
par'-, liltfmicKure; be rtduccd the ,
riiny: u> aiituunt oi his ak.i.l \ COI4LItfl1 the i>t-naln hall! appoint three c >
l'l' li.i l .u.ul ti.iun'i <,1 > o i r tI.! :t.v hit" f e a ?tre on i; -
L1S.t. Pifltrtnl 1 of such land belonuingto tho United States rm"ruaj
1 ci; OP *.. t nN. ITct>-no ti.ei. It.-iouci>, \\ hoImh Hum u board, who d u

T.r.t_ thiti1' to h. i.i .- vn rally, f--r i Lti ir Hi'tr- renuiiid. 'l'e iL-il-itv:iw areothei\\ ui.couii- -. -.!. ., irs.. : .i-j J. 1- !I'. it oha,. oe lo reci-rtj and examine all c.umuulch bv required for that purpose ; Provkied, -
_.. ) $ hy iinrrtitI't tiuntl 1, .inJ -AH! m ail eases Le eidorceil. .t2.1-3; ; .-*! Lrwij- P. T.VVT'LL l he ue of -uch nhurf h.H continue only -a
: thr -
ii jiSi :i.a, bo nvsentdto them under the
: r.1.Itt! btities, lo uierit .a coittinuancc of thciiR.K.MEST. 1. i'tt< iis uiiomuki ji jjo :N will stale tieiI &.L; [ l lor.g a?, in the i-punocof the 5ecretagy of the
% : v oi<\cn .uit between tuo L cited Stdit-a and
1o:.*;:t. I rices iiy inv >ear, p.mtnt to l tx iijade quaiieiK I. i reauryit doe> not interfere with theinler.

; m me: mcnti.a ol Ma\ Avjunst, Nuveal'ei add t'OJi C JS.ji. k&tiILL oi tire .otinli cf Jut) one thousand ests oi the Unit* d States. .. -

3.". M. 47 IP Fe'irj..ii; \t o.e n.onthfrom ijie expuaiiun ol eCi: I fl i Ijflt fore, eorni-r.f Jt-tir- I t.gIiL hundred and thirty-one, which arc pro-
June 25 18 .2. .
vman.i .V'i 1ir&.t-rees, (.fl r 1'rsale to ihe aid Approved :
B NUTTALL and qU.tI ter. \iutu lOt u> the convention, aeeordm to -
V11i141.t1\1 free \vjjtc shall be 7 ': .-r.il, ar.u.i assrrucT .f s li( ; I IL .
5. Nonbut, a \ person cmjoyeil jjLn the .OISIfls oi" the ana the ACT the \
lXf N, have iV.mie-l nJr.'l \ $ J1 I 1d' -' .' 41 I'S fr ra'.h, same, principles AN to create of Surveyor of
.Pir.r1ii', v ill |Motir in tl.c Cf"'rtfihc MI: t- locj'rry tiC n.ail. ot justice, fquiiy, find the law ol nations Public Lands for the Territory of Arkan.' t
} wJiether:
Dire, and J-Jts-jn County. Office near the t I'lppo-saU&i.ouut&tstc person DItYGOBS.. .i litnaid: board shuli have a secretary, versed sas. -
Fiillef: lloklTaliahi proposes lo Cal ry the nil iii a lour horoe coach, a -
; in the i.njliali, French, ti Npanish languages, Be it enacted by the Senate and House"of" ,
s r .anc 7. 13'? 51 tJmfTUIE two iiorM coacu, or otherwise. .' -i,, BiacK, v.r-is .cnnj, he..an Lutcsinr., iirctnet -
_ _
7. I1'tie j.ers>iin otleniig ;proposalsUhes! ll.e Blue, Green, Fink and white r'Trcjind and a cU rk, lioih to be appointed by the Pre- Representatives of the United tuts: of?A3iiieiica

A CARL) privilege cniryiitg Iev\ J'Jpel out o 'tlie M.JJ., Silks in variety, huh Poplin, Silk Velvet, aiueut, b> and \\iih the adtice and consent of in Congress assembled, Tint a-ar* -

Le must state it in his bid: iitherwlse, he cannot .on do.Tartan Plaid, Furniture, Calico, Superior the senate ; and the conirniioner secretary for the Territory of Arkansas shall be : :
'.frt! t-r* L ,,-r. -i'I the Slork nf| that -ok L.isiinjr, B'.'.>;nct nntl {hn-ml Laces, IriMiLincn I veyoi
enjoy pr\ ilegc.S. aud clerK shall betore they enter on the duties who shall have the
I ticx and \ ZLC-J tt ; '', Tttvi''i' & i'Jr ,, bt e ta i&larul Colton bhirlinj:, Jluin aiul fi ur otonieiirfil, the l'il\ )! tiny the mail, as to the manner of carrying, increase haiulkcrrhiof Caocs Girizl'.ums, ?\'ii- -
COMMISSION BUSINESS. I dn-.NSfs, to pcriofi. the dutirs thereof. public lands and private land claim-> in th- -
ofapedition, extension cf t routes/r<'0 Hfiof / IJrown Ilull.iud, Kronen Brown Linrn Knrni-
-ns, Lee. And be it further enacted That of Arkansas -
J. the Territory as are now vested -
In additi r to th-ir jTf-ciit coni!n 4fyarcaJ] titit tr-cs sLtus iud I li.i'i s i ir the if cojfiBlcoD blbicd in the proposals, and will be duly!, coiusUl- ;uheand Ke! KlanncI, Nrjrrocloths, Scoidi and lins.1 said commissioners shall be, and they are and required of, the surveyor of, the lands o'f i

t'JlnC,1tfl! ,Gre4s, 4.e. f.r irazf ir hud4r. Ci'4l. htin:. ( 'f. Mj!.tr-,>. '. s,-. hereby, author.zed to make all needlul laws the United States in 1Ii3souriand Illinois. -

|>Iited liy the 15th St-rt. '1 hoy rrsjciful.tius- D. The number of the route, and its begiii- and regulations, not contravening the laws ol Sec. 2. And
Y sr1iit,a j.'ri Ltre fpuL1ic Ia't.rhlc ai i niii; and teimmntion as advertised, should 1-e blahdin HARBWARI. the land, the provisions of this ace, oi the provisions shall be the duty of the surveyor for Missouri c

i$to ir every Lid; and he propose Is mutt lee teaic '< ,t.rt and exceiibicuscr raent of Kardvttm ton of the said convention for carrying and Illinois to deliver to the surveyor for tho ;

PFACHV f. >'ACK1> PEU.COL. dnccud to tiie "General Tost GlKcc of'* JNlail Coi'- ;s.tii> 5 ol t. hives and Forkcs, Pen Knives, bpoonsrssors their said commission into full and complete Territory of Arkansas the maps, papers )
LTTQ JOHN uA31BLLJCDGSJIANDAL \ ) tractrn:" and Miperciibcii "J'rcposals. Razors, Locks,, AChisels, &c., tothe
r eflect. records and documents relating to the public- :
-rson PLANES
J-c The following :sa pier; form fora Projx sal. Mt i complete assortmen" of c-.rpenters
CLI1. V. ]ADEN. SJAVE "1 will convey the JJcil, agretably to aJvertite- SHOES Sec. 3. And be it further enccted, That the lands and private land claims in Arkansas', i \

GflOltE LOltl\WltE, ) nzenl, on ruue' -Jctn Ic for BOOTS& board so constituted shall meet on the first which may be in his office ; and in every caso'' .

LOR1JIOR1, G3dden. tlee eae1b CC2 aJC1SIJtldfl (/ (Lditarz." ; A large ass< rtm'nt of Baltimore Mom a} of August next at the city of Wash where it shall he impracticable to make a separation -

C4jL1. W.BtALEN, J \ lie mul stale ihe place of his residence and if not ;inl l\EW-Y01K made ington ; and within two years from the time of such maps, without injury it shall

J.J. ADAMS, Ta1ac! : st.o j a Contractor, he must accompany his hid withs.itislactory : i 3tt1) iTID E1cD o! its meeting shall terminate, its duties. And be his duty to cause copies thereof; certified -
.s'u1y1e1s:2 -JG tf
recommendations. a < l unijjb, Ljdi s s-i .n tiJ the Secretary of stale is required forthwith, by him, to be furnished to the surveyor of'A/- I

e1.jt { tj -.w: ,(L.j'.v-; ;ui, 10. 'The distances, as plated, are estimated, shoes, Br n-jf-c. CAPS afte- the passing of this act, to give notice of kansas, which shall be of the same validity aa !
he but if errors HATS AND :
and may not entiiely correct: any :-i *"
be in 2 the originals..
the said to published news
ATTORNEY AT LAW. meeting ;
h.ive recurred in relation to them, no increase ol)! the
I A stsperioi assortn-ent oi and in such other Sec. 3. Aand be it further enacted ThoT I
I 'LL' I'raciw in the Court of tins L'ihtnct, anfln compensation will heahouedon that; account. The papers in Washington, papers ,

Jack-.n C nujy \\ t=t FU.rid.v. H is Office Contractor wiuinlurm himself that point. most fashionable hATS & CAPS of as he may think proper. the surveyor, of Arkansas, to be appointed -

6 Jefiers.n Street, c..jKsitc tl/atof the Register.V 11. The Post Master General reserves the ah desrrif ions. See. 4. And be it further enacted That all pursuance of this act, shall establish hw office I

'11htie}. AH strjc instnuntnu of wiiiinj, xvill IHJ drawn riirht! ofauiiulhufr any Contract whenever repeal GROCERIES.A records, documents, or other papeis, which at such place as the President of tbe United
ailcn"on to their legal arnvncy. ed"failures to rrlvTwithin the contract time shall continuance States deem most
in hereafter the expedient 'forthepub.
Jji.aLa&scf now are or during may
J une SO, 1 8 21). 3S11 f. huge stock in all its variety.FLOUR. .
occur; or whenever one failure shall happen a- of this commission, may come into the tic service and that he shall be allowed an an* -

JOSEPH LADD I ni'.itmnng to the lass of a trip; or whenever any direction possession of the Department of State in relation ual sallary'of fifteen h hundreddollars that'he
vThich he shall not be promptly .
11 ASfl may give
( > t. i.rrv- to such claims, shall be delivered to the be authorized to employ one-skilful drango*.* t
and jJj obeyed. Fifty Barrels ( noriicvrheatflour and clerks .
12. No hid shall be withdrawn after the time -1) cttnimissionaforcsuid. man two whosa'ggregatecoinpen -
6 ''U- *>eiJcs! Iron, (as-JrL4L ) bo further enacted That the sation shall not exceed.eighteen hundred, }
; Cratek Wai for reccivii.git has expired, and should any i>er- ALSO..4a(11erV Sec. 5. And it ,

Itt J-n6tJimPlm Crockery rhs e, son refuse to take a contract at his bid, he shall compensation of the respective officers, for lars per annum. .
{J Blv! lV.rU Mess dear and prime,) foifeit all other; contracts, that he may have with Crockery and Glass Ware, \vhoKC"appointment provision is made by this Approved, Junde 15, -1832.- -

10 Hhds. DACON, the Detriment, and he held resrxMjiible for all Tin ware Looking GlasseSalt, Readymade act, shall not exceed the fallowing sums -; viz.
S tl Fr: li FLOUR, damajre mat may* result fnnn his failure to comi &c. &c. to each of the commissioners, at the-rate AN ACT granting to the "Territory oAr
bOV1iIEEY, ply.i clothhi"stationary, kausas. one thousand acres ?t1di for
f Wk K. U HUM, 13. No Contract nor bid can be transferred JAMES Ai'MULLIN. of three thousand dollars per annum j to the' the erection of a court boose. and jaiFat

IJTkitt-sa s., without te! Bi>ecial and written approbation ofti.e Tallahnssec, November 15th 1831. 31tf Secretary of the board at the of two thousand little Rock. f' -. .- / /
-J BUs. MACICEREL Master Uciieral and an alignment ol acontritc.tUt'bitl dollars anum. Mid the President of the >
Bales Post ; per Be enacted, by the Senate and House of-
Ognaburghs, first obtained Slates'shall bo and hesTiereliy authorized -
his ,
!.O Uu7.nBoktlcd without consent, United Representatives of the tTfclted.State. of Aooer
Cider, shall forfeit it. Tlua rule'will never make such provisions for the contingent *
LFrp.j0l 1 in writing to
sltin SttPks Thiflc in
iud in lea Congress assembled, That ihere bcj'
er be departed horn. of the said commission, a '
Carious kinds ?
PrC41OLIVE)1L his shall violate expenses granted to the Territory of Arkansas, .a qfifantiy.of -. --
14. IlafJontractoror Agent reasonabUTand and
shall to him proper,
TTEIZ MUCKERS, the 1'ost OfEce law, or fchall transmit commercial .Wv 44w appear salaiies and shall be"wud : land not exceeding one thousand acresr-

Idard, Hutu*, inteIU Ld*D addi-ir! .tijil supply nj his contractshail be forfeited; and in all cases, out of any-money in the Treasury not tie Rock, for the erection- ourt-boeaid

o when a Contractor shall run a stage, or other yenrc'rapidly0r a appropriated. jail in said town ; which lands, aball be;sereo-
hc1 j llsfr offered }hfcle more frequently than he is Sec. 6. And be it further enacted. That the : Governor '
r ss ;niKi.v, arc ex ted by the of the eiiry'byIe,
eIy l'w fi2 Cdst1 C'iTTUX cr IiID. required ln'contract to carry the mail, he haH} said cojrfmissioners shall report tojhe Secretary gal sub-divisions, ,and disposed pfizs e

the same.increased celerity and frequency to of tate a list of the several awards made
give _. f m f _t _l -II manner as the. Legisfatnfe may'by 1aw4ireitj.
the mails! (unless tie rout JHaster uenerai snauothenvlse by them; a certified copy UierSof. shall!.be by ;
and the of lands olsh'ailbe'appUedtowatds
Ust. keeeiveE tErect) and \vjtlwut inerease ol'.cornIensation. Trea.ury proceeds dispo9ei:
him transmitted to theSecretary.oftbe
IR ; buifdDig aJtnp'kh o
Ii' OUI1erifl.p from latiniQrc) ,ard! for sale. ; who sh thereupor distribute in ratable '
16'JOIu1he15of CORVIowanl' 15. The Postmaster General reserves the right and jail in aaid t0vbroiF LIttIell6ck.- aJ.-ie
whose favor
l1O 'I3bIs. Street FLOUU, of curtailing or of discontinuing, nny route, wItch sURANCE against loss or damage by FIRE can proportions, among the persons in auc1i- surplus, if any; may W plied to BU:UT tier -

15 do MACI1flLi,, in his opinion the public' interest shall feaujre, it; >be effected on the mot favorable"terms, on' appl i iactionto i- the awards shallliaTe vbfcen'made'monies objects iis tlie-JLegislatBjexof hard''i'rflthry '

0 10 do HEltIt1Mj (Susquehana,) nhd'in-suchsca8Crtbe contract shall cease, so far as the Subscriber, oyewtof the Protection Insurance' : -"as may have been teceXv dj n the deeera1 pfpp r. :"
50 may -
ACKssALtr, relates to tl* part, curtailed! or to the yvnolc, if\ com pan v. Hartford Connecticut. In'every application Treasury in virtue of this'act, ectti4tottie ve ? -
I 7prO&ee ACO HAMS(superior,) ditfwmlinuedapullowanceofone! month extra tiie fair CcjA-ralue of the-property must be proportions whicfi their respectrVe 'a vatds Approved, Jugg 1.5,1 2. .. :,

IbLf1atOpurehthceorp, can bay .be wade, iothe Contractori stated, abd satisfactory 1-jdce1furnishedof the correctness the/whole am'nt by tbero received, AN4C1 ofth -
the ig shall bear to
first ,f of the 'representation and:lhev good monil
le. January this.ithtcrIisem
1) -
hond'iii embraced
icng. a i for in
16. JU1 Contracui ro the uch'suma.ornidney may trial Qf eezt n &5 UQW 91UIZU Ui the
L4EPR n'tlif1rst day of character of the applicant T W solvency of Qffic* tlrst be deducting ;

nt shall commence two tears. And its,fairness and punctuality may-be confidently re.Tydon. fle due *thc>'United States from'said personsin S! ; eou 1'4tnia Tey, 1fot

LADD. .Tainuary pejbfld'flit tdi.iill continue i r-wn on theCentral.- E.B, PERKINS.27tfipOl whose faVor*' said awarda,">ImX; be nratTo ; '- wjtbboldifl&ffolaiid3 -- ste oreaiqr
Dccisio 'iSllxhassee.jj..22,1831.: : '
Itt1eemi1 'er J.e1a, frytuChatr ihthday'OfNOtm ziext. and shall cause curtificafe? to be is,aejJ.b ix.d'1emt y.! % .z,

. : WILLIAM '1BA1taY, .-. ON BAGGliNG. and JSate the'Secretary.o the Treasury, infiucfe form ..,Be"it enacted,b jthe ppaci and5tniteJ
is flICE p, y : ; .- .: 1PaaJ1a, .'." ;/Ropc': rjosu received-' -"- "J and EDNY'D.SE1XAS for sale by. as he .may prescribe, 8hom"ng"fte projWtioqto pre-uatwsor'ti 8tattAaj. -
ei CoflToNABuRons e' ubicb each -ma Jje cntitictl.of the JUpwunt ,a CvnZres3 abIdJhsi
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rii ._ nGUs. '"For of transportation und'distri j For aiding certain;'Creeks'In !their, removalby PflO)1TIIE' t _
I ie.YuitoaS1.a.-wl"r&hQ..T: : pay -'- w .t -. I expenses him I.-c ." v U.'f't.a. ,..
onetho03andjeight ; -
.of-Arttauiiwjbe*aad |pebY.Ja1f ra- Inumas and14diantbesre1ruintioned, ,..button; annuities tg the Winnebaaoes, Chip- | '.act-of ninlha\Iay.; Charleston.._..So : t
. "- Sacs dredathi te i.cig1ftaihtmndrcd:[ and four eqtbe, mst 'J'
: after 'thoexplfation inihidtng'SUITI 'oPtnt1-totit '.Otto was and-PoiUwataralesj i
"until powas ,
"-: ''u'd required lo postpone ary outrage*' .
hundred for 'thousand'I Foxes, and others and ( salt.tobacco, r. thsnext'seflVioobf' Supremo five .dollars, stipulated : I -\o t.tbe. of the Delaware )Ight'uJ
4:* *Court: ttieSUmled* Staled .a11 further pzoocdiaga.in of Indian youths; twenty-five_ implements, and tools,_ not other title upon civilized socicty. ever 4 /
Indian to their reservation in Ohio, bvr Ther'
hundreTd ana dbHars, for'theexpenses wise-provided the su noof four thousand so
been'lricd stipulated 'au
any ca &'wl1i 1illu or seventy Ihdt'we could have w..
I "bow-pending: for trial in..the .Superior, Court I ,of blacksmiths, gu'l'smiths, millers, three hundred and sixty doHars. act of second :March, one thousand eight hundred like that tJ that imagined- in a"-a.-

% thoTerritdry'rtI'AstUnSai upOft which Bills millwrights agriculturists, und bborer.s employed Sec. 2 And'be it further enacted, That so and iwenty- inc,.one'thousand! tour hundred they did not !/-"ould nol' .
and for : much of act provides for the payment | ,aud eighty-seven dollars and sixty-seven firmcd' b1
review have been filciTin: the.skl. Superior on'indian service, fura-sbing any as men* upon oath individuals %

:*Court: ira the:pa>t oftbo, United :'Stdfea', under salt,tobacco, iron, steel nt cce:e.la ; and, four of any of the annuities and stipulations .herein ,t cents.' and of ail ranks; in,life. of beth'; '._

t Hhe provisions of' an ;act, 'passed' ,May, the I thousand three hundred and sixty dollars forexpenccs ,mentioned,shall be, and.the same i is hereby, Sec.. 2.. And be it further enacted. That the It appears that for .
some .
*eighth, one ihooaand i ifeht h bdred and thirty, .transportation[ and distribution ofcertain 1 repealed. sum of one thousand. dollars, heret ore' ap- the late electioneach weeks pre ,

:; ;'entitled 'An att (fOr' farther cxiqadips the annuities and agricultural imphmcnts, : Approved, June 4, 1832. priated for contingent expenses of the- Topo- j I led open houses, that is,party I kept "ht =

1 -"*<:ower 01"th& Judge of the Supenoz'Court of not otherwise'provided for, for the- service of AN ACT to authorize the inhabitants oJ| the graphiral Bureau by the act making nppropri I I houses, m. the centre- large.o'the four' $tory;. '' :*'
for the
the of Government ,
t- ihir- alums for support City
tho'-iJct fhousand hundred and j
gni ,
of'trkanS, uadcr uf the year one : ,
tb Tcrritory were
I '. :: State of Lcuisuina-to enter the back bnd: and provided refrcshmcnti of A
hundred all
1 tw.ti1tb i ot jayone. thousa: ty-lwo, that i ito'.say : of year one eight thirty- i to all kin ;
ul?. i uujr -' Be it enacted, by the Senate and House persons, and which it -4
i .. 't haoJrod, and twent.I i't, and for other 0 \Vyandottribe! five thousand nine R pre entative5 of the.United Stales oL\mcr- two, be, and the same is hereby, transferredand i were kepi open during the-nholeoiv appears up '

(> howevei Thar nothing ,dred dhll li. appropriated to the contingent expenses < ",
Provided, whilst
That night
Turpose- ica in Congress assemuled, every person ; haran2ing, &c.
of ollice of the Chief for the were
and Delaware Engineer e
flunsee *
ot:the the Wyandot, ,
j in_ this act shall be applicable t? any : ; why, either by virtue of a French or without regard to the Sabbath .00" ""

aforos-iid; cases uo\\ pending for"trial uh appeals tribes- one'th.bu and dollars. bpaiush grant, recognised by the laws ot the same year. morning, a (man named Slaunton )
and Senaca tribes of That the following sum be, and same is
Shawanoe :
Court of the United To the wa3fQ1
1 in thu Supreme United Stale under claim confirmed dead in front of
*, or a by one the houses
It :'State* ; And provided, al-o' 'That-nolhinjs 'e\visto\\, one thousand dollars.. the commissioners appointed t for the purpose heie-by appropriated.For ,nion party,' and the Coroner's of fil t
.{ of To the Delaware tribe, six thousand five defraying the expenses of the \Vyandott Inqllett.
t 'herein ontll md'shal br judiOt.t thQ rights of ascertaining rights of persons claiming held, a \'crdict.as rendered
Provided That hundred dollars, and one hundred ubllars TorJu Delegation to the City of Washington in Jan- that he '
I also
\ any -4 f ihe partie.s [ nu lauds in the state of Louisiana, or by virtue his death by falling from a window
salt.To one thousand eight hundred and .
t shall he allowed said mshing uary thirty-j ne
bextri.co1np.nsation of title derived from thj United Sataes, stories of the
upper house
until after the lerminaliofi.of next the Wea tribe: three thousand dollars.To any two, four hundred dollars ; and for defrayingthe in attern .
-Judges owns tract of laid bordering on river, to from confinement
I a any escape itr
It. -ternT of the Supreme Court of the United the Piankse:haw tribe, eight hundredd ere k, ba)1ou or water cuurse, in the saiu uf the in tha of
11 west Mississippi, now City
the shall proceVd ars.i'o
'States, after which Judges ito /,-and not xceetHng the depth of lorty ar- fact was.then disclose, and has

to dispose of said cases under the provision! the Ottowa tribe, five thousand t three e French measure ; shall bfc entitled to a Washington, seven hundred and seventy-two beyond all doubt by the concurrent been p .

of said acts, and then be aJloued the additipnal huiilrcd diillrs.) the of dollars. ofper.o'is of both t j n S
:cr 'rcnce becomng any parties, that
Sec. 3. And be it further enacted That for at uw an; '
: until the lthe Ottowa and Missouri tribes, two ,
: from said tim, c-- "
al 1 compensaliou: back of previous elections I
ac .1 tract of laud adjacent to, or private places 1 fcTJ
of tried the said L' I thwsand five hundred dollarsand fiifieen the purpose paying the Militia of the State
disposed or by ourtsi hich
HCS are hi own trnct, not exceeding forty arpens, proviJed such .
hundred dollars for the of black- Illinois called into the service of the United as conlfi
Nuf.\rka1Isa! t I expenses French measure.ii. iepth, nor in quantities of'1(1LId decoyed or forced into them, have
be it further enacted, That the smihs tools and agricultural'implements. States by competent authority, and for payingthe *
Sec. 2. And that >vhieii is ontained in h.s own tract ; [ fined for several day previous to the elecT
all ITo the Chippewa tribe, three thousand expenses .curreJ in defending the frontier -
United States cause
-"P of the
'dent at the tJdui price and on the sumo terms and to prevent their voting !L Some of rj
\ 'f"l W"h .'rfonl. m) eight hundred dollnia .* ulsu, on; lhous>tnJ from a recent invasion by several bands ofI th $
IJfldI. thff .littp tn cuudiaoiis or tn be, provided by law plied with brandy, mixed
as are, .y with ?!
or dependent upon, tJ*? trjal of said bills o"re- dollars ; tor purposes of education, r.nJ two I hostile Indians, and including the pay of The laud.anum V
f lor the other p.iblio Ianis in the said St tte. I some gagged! to their
[ prevent imkbniS
:v'"N, which are clawed bv purchasers after thousand dollars for the, purch isc of farming :, militia legally called out for the san e purpose !
.\ .d the Surveyor General lor the Suite oiLouisiana Men have even been
tii" rendition of die orismal! judgement, to be utensils and cattle, and the employment of .troin the neighboring States and Territories, dragged frotntheirU
snail ue, anJ he author- gagged, and carried
is hereby, to these
withheld. fro,n ole until the further order of persons to aul them in agricu'lture.To three hundred thousand dollars, if so much be plac j of a.
ized to to be surveyed tracts claimed linement.
Congress.APPROVED.. the Chippewa, Notmv ., and Pottawa- necessary, be, and ths same i is hereby, appropriated -
by of '.his section and in all cases The death of Staunton
: < \pr ; 2'* '* tamie tribes, sixteen thousand dollars, and virtue ; to be paid under the authority of the appears to harenm.
where, reasoi of bunds in the rivor, lake, ducecl considerable exciteruent
t by and
a one hundred and "twenty-five dollars for fur- Secretary of \\Jr, agreeably to the second prob l
'4N u; 1 ionfiriitzig &') o t creek bayou, or water cou.se, bordering on brought the parties a little to their sense Jr
uiahini salt. section cf au act for the *
claim to a tract ol land in iho csiy "' .-i.j- the tract, and ol udj::icent claims oi a similar making appropriations[ ; on the arnc afternoon (Sunday,) '
[ 0 the Pottawatamie tribe, sixteen thousand support of thv army l for the year uric thousand a m etiugo
bile. a'lture, each cl.nn.uit cannot obtain a tract the Union was hcld-at
I PartY which it
three hundred dollars and one hundred do-! eight hundrcu uul w;a f.
> thirty"-two. '
Bo it enacted by the Senate and HousH'ofBepri'entutives ) equal in quantity the adjacent tract already emnly! resolved, to d' p.ttch.an
.Lire; to Topembe, principle chief; also thre- set: -i. Aid oe it itirthcr enacted, That the eivoy IQ fS
: of the United States of Ainerjua owned by him, louividc tue Vacant land appli- State litgbf s party, to, aa
thousand of education, propose eIt ba
dollars for thousand
sum oi dollars and the
purposes twenty be,
;; m Congress assembled, "J bat Joshua '.auie to that u.ijil ticiween the several clai'nau of all prisoners hold by either I vj
and five hundred and twent- party
'lL'WIf.dJ, oi' th(! eity and county ot Mobil,.. two ;., in such mumer .-, lo him will appear -a.no is herc.iy, appropriated, to i.e expendedunder .Courier announces the result of this m
dollar for of Blacksmiths! mill,
: the direction of th President of the o
4 in ihe JStale of Alabama, be, and he is lierioyconttntcI expenses most ctjuilibL : t'lovtded uo\'CVer, i'nat the I asLbIows! :
and agriculturists, and for famishing stilttojaceo United States, f--rthe relief: of such friendly ,
: in his Vlaim to a trat-t oi hud, to 1- right 01 prcumplon grauti d'.) this -eeti-w, I \Vc am hippy to le.irn that the C
iron and steel. ntnl
Indians a seek within the Indian
1aitii: I v&&iIy and twcnty-eisltt, i ii'iiulreiltu .lIlIot .dno far iuiudulaiidaiitior m.y protection Coriiiiiittv of the
;; .311 exie 1.1 dtyth as to : Slate Rtg.'ih and Fm Trade
To the Pottawamie tribe of Huron, four Ii tin the north western frontier..1Pl'lwnD .
nqll.'uo, .ilu.'t", in the south 1)1> tn:' of31i ageurics
part city cuiu\' Irion, borderiL'g on :uiimhcr 1'ariy h Lye acceded to the oroposal of the
huudied dollar June lo 1S32..X .
>:lule, ; hit h aid claim i id- i_!.itedusco river, cftjok, 'IM/-IJ or '.vatjr co.use. Airl i'entr.l: committee of the Union and Sty
the Choctaw tribe thousand
0 fifty nine
; luibi-r tr-n, in nb tract \, iiu-nbi-r hundred and twenty-fix dollars ; to .Hushuht every por-o.i ciink-d; to i Inn Uc-neiit oi tnt I \.. AO; J' t for; the relief of the heirs and legal n".lllJar1y. that all lookup houses shall.: be

two1' fj< thu repoit/ Mjatl to the .Secieiarv I u! SL'Ction, -.uitt, WI tun: lineVcai afith d l .t'JthtIi. representatives of Dr. Samuel J. AX3on, dachar0ed of ihcir unwilling tenants."
ibuo, a chief one hundred and tifty dollatn.i : -, !
the 1 i'rea-urv* on the tw.--itv ntttli of i"( brtiaty, ; I ( : .s act, deiiwr, o Uii i-j.iii r f:' ..hiitid prf"| >, i d cc cu-ed. These things certainly surpass in
iloLert Cole cbici huinlrml J enormity
t to a one m'
,- oho iho &SJ'ut.' e1t:t/ n-in'iicJ: and t\\'ruty-pi fifty dollars also, twelve thousjiri five h-J .I oli'u-e, a uau: '.. in .-. nl.I., -a.iti.ig is.c: Be it enacted by the Senate and House of any thing that we ever heard olin any cooa.

II) 1:1.> o'tmnssinner.ijipomted u.idtir the I divd dollars; tar of education: ,I.: ..ililatlIJI and e.xteni oJ'ih;, It.ict nf i'a.l. he i, Uepresenlalive.s. of the United states of Anierica try not uudLT the! dominion of the detestaufe
-art>. onjrress. of third March, tine in(u- luo thousand nine hundred and fi1r- i\'t' d .1.1iara .\'1h '!- to pmdn.e : LU.1 il.1i 'JI.m.d e t.ieiayiicit in Congress asse.rnoled, That the proper Inquisition. How- long shall such th.ngs bst

Faartr'hi! ; t .:' ir n a.d I tv'eiitv, MVn, t llt.tI'd'II i. ,. the .' I''countin officers Is there
I .t of
iiv iito the -a um the influence
f for exuenses of blacksmiths! and mi i tii f p y ; ; :n: Tieasiiry be, not en ij.n among the

-**.\n a.-i Mi; T !cmc.iUry o the -eveial acts.piuxHiu \\ right and* for furjiir-.ii\. "ie ;prescribed bynv I.a.id the} are here'ny, authorized and_ directedto llayoc:, the Drayto H, the incknevs, the

'. )- 'or tn' artjiislitieiit"! .:f lauJ: rl:inn? in the Eel river tribe, one thousand one ', 1 lor t'!). tit 'jo il o.. la.; o.iu-r; public% lands j ji.i pay, out 01 any uioiiuy I : the Treasury not I lingers, the Pctigrus, the great and 'virtuosi

.thl: Hia!f' Vlabaaii.. hundred dollars.To thy s ii.J ;1.\ 'tH. um ;s. delivering the j otherwise appropriated: to the heirs and legal men with \hich Ihe city abounds, to puta bp 1

.toJ.. \ml be it fit ih.'r enacted, That the Six Nation*, New York four tho.J- ..()tiC!; uf)r 's-.iJ !K.:iij; co1 lered as the date j representatives ol Dr. Samuel J. Axoi, fiveyears' to such horrible doings 1 If there is, let it Tie

the l" ".,: rn.siuwr. (.l 1 Ihe G"iit-ral Land '.tti.,1 :a.id five hundred dollars and two tiundro.:: ,, the pun-hu- I'ni.ic! dr ais., That ai!. I Iiot.t full piy as a surgeon in the revolutionary brought into action, promptly and energetically .

'.;be, .f ii is tien-by. Uh! -II tied and n'lUlr..L ,, dollais tlh- Yo.m Kill a chief of the .21. "-s *f'd! t -ns.ha.i W c.itered, and th.- noti.r' war ; which tire years' full pay is the before yet more deplorable consequence
tn :, -
cn n ."! '/: the survey o' the ahovt'm.n"ltiflO. ., I.t"t tLire I commutation h.df life rttsiilt. Another ,
wcS De.oren11
neca nation. p..J : 'd, at oi pay for ; together election takes place in October

d 'v'U. iiy ;,e surveyor of ihe laud* of To the Seneca tribe, New York! six thousand > peri'd is .ty l h.* d .-ii.nuted by the Ire- I '.nth such interest ih-irean as would now b.j 1 for members of the Legislature ; agaijdating

the Lnued St'itcs in the Slate of; ilabtmiloissue dollars. .lent
aitentTor the same, to the said Joshua To'the Creek tribe, ten thousand doll: ;*'! in I t. nils m iit'! so viiihip in which such I! ueen issued at thy close of the war -and suo- I and perhap* yet again for Delegates to the

Kennedyor his lera representAtive.- to aUo two thousand dollars for purposes ot educution. .i.i.; --. .Ii," ,:.' S.t'I.1t'I, and ,.)1 ci-ai.n-not so 'I scnbed under tho principles of ihe funding] proposed State Convention. Let the citusia

any per'; n legally cl-iir.ing; undo him or ..itsrediKii! J h Ii td.* tx> In ;fl.l as otlur pnb-1 a\:1) IUd all dividends thereon wen now re- reflect to what,.a condition they will be brougfc

them Providedloiceeer, That the confirmation To the ChicIva aw tribe, txventy-three lhc -j- .1' bud. \Vhenver .t ooh..dl be necessary to .I'.I n :innng in the Treasury uflpaid.ilpOV1il. before these exciting occasions shall havepa*.

of this! laim, and that patent provided to anH 'dollars. '-si'w:' the p .o'n! iiiJjs, m order to enable I Juno 1;). 1S32. s-ed, if every exertion be not made at once S to

be isut'd, shall not be held to interfere with To the Sac tribe three thousand: dollar ,J.> .-onn.:lle-J t.) avail: th-Mii-elves of therovisijiH put dow.i j-ui-h outrages. If cwless of tha
any pirt of said tract which may b-ive been A.\ AC F establishing land districts iu the
To tho Sue and Vox; tribes, two thousa i : :sf this ict, t .u expvMises of re-sur- con: equences unions them .t lve, let thnbe

disposed of by the United States previous:, to dollar I "v u.ill: be w, .nd t>j the p.'r-on or persons, Territory of -rkan.as.I ware of its effect up >n then' credit and character .

th". pissageof act ; and this ai-t shall be sfial lie it enacted, by the Senate and House of
'nj : : outer t,41mJs-o: rt-safveyt'd under I abroad.Since .
To and lo th-
the Sax; Fox, *ay tribes, :
oeM to be no mere than a relinquishment of ilcpresciitaiivesofthi* United atutes of America
thousand dollars, for of black>.iniir ':i- act, at :hu ti.n h-j or they shall [pay: tile the above wa>in type we have received -
expenses .
title the United States
vhalever may now aria .md ,>ri 'e of) suIi i iaid: t.) th:* ilecoiver of i'ublic I in Congresassembled, That there hall the 'oihwing:: ratifying Assurance [in
have to such tract of land. agriculturists, uruishmg farming utensils I I be four land districts in the
:md catle. ..n.'y And i. allJ1111 personhail fail to I i Territory Arkansas the Char: 't'ston Courier :

: ApprovedMay 5, 1832. To the ;I1 ox tribe, three thousand dollarTo -?. .i liver lu- ,. .iotue wthira.the. said period of I to be called ay follow, viz ; the Arkanas \\c congr.ilu.ate our f :low-c-tizens: that

J5L.N ACT for altering the time of holding I the lo> tribe, three thousand do.r! ; :nree.\ r .- or *.d .111 vtu.. a i& ..ivmrit or pi.1)-I i land distnt-t,' the V\ bite liver land district the tide of corrupt on, which has dhherto: deluged
the District ourt of the United States lo"r vay the tied River land district and the :
.1 .. d his rilit Fay. aal
also nine hundred dollars for of moniN.it e 11..1 I' a\1; mem on our comm-unty, staining it honor

the District of Indiana.Be I blacksmiths, and furnishing agricultural expeu-.es tool. for prc-t"I11ih: >ah'H ,'e.ise; aaii bi i.-ome void; etteviile land district ; aud each of the aforesaid vitiating its morals,.is about tor-be arrested at

it enacted by the Senate aud Hous oT, To 'thfj'O-age 'tube, eight thousand live and the i oj i m ch-rcafier, 1). purchased by I hud dislnels shall be bounded as follows the spring head. The leaders of both parties,

,f the United States jf A-I I to wit : ihe A r Kansas land district shah
hundred dollars. any other ,-ers lilt .U'I ih.ty be provided by lawor actuated by a deep scn3e of the alarming and
inerica in Contrress assembled, That the include all the country embraced within the
to' the Seneca tribe, of Lcwisto.n"One the sale tH' otbcr public lands in the said: growing'extent of this pernicious evil-ren=

District: ,Court. of the United State fr thc thousand dollars. State. following boundaries : beginning on the west dered.doubly pernicious by the high sanction

District of Indiana shall be hereattar holdcn June 15 i&32. i>anU of the Mississippi river, at ,the jnouth of '
To the Quapaw tribe, two thousand dollars. Approved, with which, man evil hour, it was cbuntjnafl-_
on the last Mondayjs of Vlay and, November, the St. Francis river, and running thence due ced-have -
it )
To the ef Illinois agreed to complete
tribe two
Kickapoo suppress
AN ACT for the
of certain
in each year, instead of the first oondays of re-appropriation west with the ba.e line to the northeast cor- and FOREVER. This i achievement'of
thousand dollars. : an
said months as is now required by Jau. unexpended ballances of former appropriations ner of range six, township one north'and south : which well be it 'redounds
To'thc Florida Indians five thousand dollars they may proud
Sec. 2. \nd he 11 Junhr U.ttNI, That ; and for other purposes. 'of said base line ; thence, due north with[ the I credit hours of
; also one thousand 'dollars. for pu'po.esofeducation Be it enacted by the senate and House of more to ihefr the fleeting
all of civil criminal dividing line between five
proceedings a or } nature, ranges and six, to them heartfelt I
and thousand dollars for the Y a party triumph, it must yield more
one ? Representatives >f ihfc United States of America the
D')'. p..nding in, or returnable. to, said x ourt, northeast corner of to\\p.: &hip seven, northof satisfaction than the rewards ofpo-
of and blacksmith.To paltry
shall in said expenses a gun in Congress assembled, That the following said base line thence due
oe piocecded by Court in the the JMiama tribe thourand ; west with the 1.tical ambition. No moral man,-no reflecting
4 (tame inan-icr as if no altt. tion of thetimes sum., being unexpended balances of I dividing line between townships seven and
: have witnessed the disgraceful
dollars also two thousand dollars for The can late
; former appropriations, be, and the
for holding said Court had taken place. same are eight, to the northwest corner of .
se'en.teen thi3
range in cit/
oT the inid infirm, and education : scenes have bcen'acted
support (poor hereby, f'appomtctl to the original of
.lpp"otfll"Y 19, 11,3.5 ; aud thence, due south with the dividing at tw
of 'youth: ; and two thousand :ind t\\ eht) dollars their reappropriation, specifically namely.For line deep sense of degradation
AJS :t' *r xi'iiU the Patent o'f Jethro between ranges seventeen and eighteen suffered
10 t expenses of blacksmith; and for furnishing the of visits of Indian thought, that Carolinians should have
expense deputations to the Mississippi rivor. The White '
Wood. salt, i ion,steel, and tobacco. to the seat of Government, three hundred district shall river dis- their moral sense, and SENSE OF HONOR t?.be

B. it enacted by .the Senate and House efKepiu. i'o Winnebago tribe, eighteen thousand and ninety-four dollars and forty two- Missouri include all the country south of so blunted b) the'rage of party, as to give in' *
which is
not included in
.'entatjn"s.of, iluLmtvd States of A- I dollars ; also three thousand seven hundred cents. the Arkansas to practices calculated to deface the moral*

'JnPrica 1tl (. ahmbled That there I land district above described, and east of of render utterly
on re.H ; and 'ninety dollars 'lor expenses of black- For. incurred by the Marshal of the .ihe community and- eventually .

be, ano "!lt rehy is, gra:.ted unto Jethro Wood, : Mniths and agriculturists, and for furnishing of Michigan expenses'1 errit in "'in-I dividing line between ranges seventeen worthless the right of suffrage. Well
ry prosecuting and > '
tt'cllizlflI the Uuittd I St-ites, his heirs, and salt and tobacco. eighteen, as extended from the northwestcorner then may we rejoice that thIs foul stain L3.*-
nebajjo prisoners, one hundred and
ChSinnand 'lejial 1 "reprr.-entatives, for the twenty of the said: Arkansas land district, to bout be, this corrodvgsore
'iothe: Kanza tri )e, three thousand five nine dollars and fifiy"'ei"ht cents. .to wiped away-lhal
State cf "1 .
term of 2 fourteen yerfrs Ir'/rn the last day of handred do'llrs. For canying into effect the with the souri The Red river land ; is about to be checked in its cOrrUPt Do
treaty district shall include all the
4 August! one thousand fight hundred ana To the Christian Indians, four hundred dollars. :i'lorida Indians, according to the act of twen country m Arkansas progress." ,
of the
lying west Aikansas
thirty-throe, he full and exclusive right andprovile.ru laud district, -
tv-sixth May, ono thousand eiget hundred and and: south of the base line. The
of makingusing, and vending to To the Sioux tribe Mississippi, two thousand twenty-four, one hundred' and dollar Fayettcvillc FROM TilE SOUTHERN"tfrHlC
ninety-five ,land district shall include
6tbers bb used hia in the residue of
I 1 to improvements the
dollars also thousand hun- meetings
; orio seven The proceedings of the late political
construction of a 'plough ; a description'or1V S Territory Arkansas, being all the
dred, dollars for expenses of blacksmith, and Eor into effect country in calculated to 'giw
B.'hedulO carr'ing the Creek treaty, lying north of the Ked river Georgia, are well
; is given in a' or snecifiration I district
.Itfrnishintr nfrrieiihiir1
1 "tnn1.10 west
... ... thia
------- ---- the ad litional confidence on"partyofthis
-- according to effect the
appropriation thai to
1 vinext to. letters patent granted'to the saidJetbji to of the Arkansas and \Vbitorivcrdjjct.

'Wo'od. fot the same tin the first day of thousand To 'the Yaucton arid Santie bands, three ill the act 'of twenty-second May, one thou Sec. 2. And be it hirth enacted, That the State, in the success of their plan for repress-
dollars also
; one thousand four sand hundred and A concert the Stltess tfca
eight and there .
SepthmberYone thousand eight hundred and twenty-six, land office for the Arkansas land district among aggrieved !
hundred dollars for "expenses of blacksmith appropriation of the ballance thereof, by be Little shall course they clearly indicate ; united action I*
That all Rook the
hiueken :, ovided., rights and pririlepes : and ; land oflice f for the
furnishing agricultural tools. the.net of March second the call made as let
thousand crrNo have been
sold one eight White river district shall may
heretofore the said be
by pa'tentee, ton To at Batesvillc
the the
tribe'two thousand five han handrut) and Jvventy-nine, ten thousand seven land office for for a Southern Convention, by name ; 1 but
alee vend hlaid
use, or improvements, river district
dred dollars ; also, one thousand five hundred bundn'd'aod 'ddllais shall I beat conference the pa-lies, .and 1
forty-tive and ten cents. the among suffering
Bhall( pnur io and be enjoyed by 'the purchafi'e town Washington and the
dollars for of ; land office
expenses blacksmith, and fur- JFor compensation to Cherokee unanimity in adopting the mode of redress, ,
emigrants for
>N, respectively, as f.It1Yomt! upon theiame. ,niching l agricultural tools. from ; the Fayelleville district shall be at .
regarded its success-
Georgihj'decording to ihe act of second as indispensable/to :
Conditions. duriog the period hereby granted, To, the Sac ,tribe, of Missouri river five fcayetleville. k tb3
March The then itself how
thousand question
one eight hundred "and twen Sec. 3. suggests ,
far the Jli d And be it further
existing term : < p'ovidedauo,
1 ,hundred dollars also,.nine- hundred "dollars' ty-nine, ten' thousand fie hundred- and fifty hhah be the enactc, That it unanimity to be effected 1 in what mode dJL
That the which the haa been duty of ihe
4 priro; at same, for expenses of blacksmith. and furnishing ono dollars nnd,thirty cants. _.- -- .. ,Secretary the Treas- the Stales confer with each other, which..w
:. usually sold by the said. patentee, shall not be tools. LUJiv as, soon as the ,same can be done
agricultural: For cnirying into effect the with the the to be calculated to lead mostspeedily ,and pncertainly <
advanced treaty cause_
"upon future purchasers. For purposes 8 edjiration of Sacs, Foxes, ,fPottawatafnies;by'act of second March, one proper the plats f of tbeurrcJa' to oe dopoitcdin to an determination t By wb

!. q.4. /3pprovtd.1Iay t-i--; 19.; 18J2.. and others, stipulated for. by the treaty of thousand.eight! hundred and twenty-nine, eight Sec. 4. And proper be land offices, means will the States best 'understand e*ca,

n At:T ,tnakjnp', for, Indian fifteenth sand hundred i it further enacted That for art .t9
appropriations July, ne th"o eight and hondred.nnd.stxty- dollars! and ninetytwocents. each (the other, regards the course'wh ch all _

y. annuities,"and oihoraTmilar' objects, for the thirty, three thousand; dollars ; and 'to, Little.Billof i, oi said districts created bv this act, a I unite in pursuing l' Wo,know of none, olw*}

,1 I year one thousand eight hundred((and Ihir- thf S ne'ca. tribe, of New York, ror For compensation for improvements abandoned be Register and Receiver of public moneys shall than a Convention of Delegates from e*$'

4k4' tp-tvvu. .. :the term ofVis liatural) life, an annuity 'of fifty by the'Cherokee*. of Arkansas appointed, who shaU.give '.security fn the State,-rith the -view-of first settling; the moo*,

f .Bc itcoacted fay th'S it at and House, of d l1ars. second March one thousand, hundred by act same manner, and 'whose duties. and authorities of oetios. That.,the only measure which 'hc'I

: Repre1eutttives' of the United' States of A- ,L. 'Anderson,,three l hundred and sixty dollars and twenty-nine, ,seventeen thousand eight five hundred anal},, in ,every respect, be l the same, irreidtionto been suggested,-"and the only one .cahUltC, t '1

., i .7flti1&. lD't unJt re&s, :assembled, That the"sum and'to Liipahnilhe',' .one bundred and forty and forty-one dollais, and their .the ,lends' which shall_ be deposed of ,to harmonize, the joitit. action ( bT1tO8: 1'
thirtythreecents. at
r t1rH't' t hiindrod :and thirty. x. thousand'fdurvnd. dollars, chiefs' :of t the. Delaware nation, a- *. l offices, ,as are bv law provided ,in relation ure'-their co-operation in a plan of re4r'!

4 :eu .f1oJJ", five dollars, 'be,'nnu* the uamtps! '.reeable fo anwi'dertauding' of the ...commissioners For provisions for.thp Quapaws,.by act' of totbe'Regist'In and Receivers of- publie -. '-h-'uM_ be,Rejected,by'a party,so claoooroosrac ',

hen-oy, appropriated, out of'ony 1 who moneys th.e .sevr.rnl offices established fanatical
.mcney.iflthe ucgoiat6drthe,treaty"of offe thou-' second March one. thousand eight hundred >n, evinces a higher 'degree 01
cury nbt: othcrwwe'.'appropriate' fof the 'sand"( hundred and frtbealeafthcpublic. lands. -than'tKe"' and fa S
pr-jtidice, ff
; eight. eighteen, and twenty-nine, one, thousand dollars. API' S bigotry i age ,
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f t& % the adoption of tho: nod of | ." tho-- '.. .1test Imputation 6u the inieu-. be.a'mea'sure.cross that part enforce Switzerland the ; .l leannot &It norn, alrripst.; constanlrtgrafes t 'tmrshly uppn 'A.nmmSTRATOn. NOTIC&-.An" Pert- ', -e,.. :
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|olBSJjbytbc! Union Paityt.i. 10 > akli I o, ihfr .seiler. or the ear'p._ o : purchaser. I doubted Frankfort Diet, since Constance wemirely ,c b( "w m. Cam.ra .
proPO inou. sofa Southern Convention to [ at fit _the propriety anticipating thus from the Grand Duchy of B den. separated the best vidneofi.te utility 'ol the canals erou deceased ;rqttej; top !e.samo to the

i>rop<* report of A committee The Ottoman Monitor of'the and the of the undersigned mLa3Withm tiIiiIa ,prcribcii .'
but the 6th ult. announces prosperity country.
&tcr StatesTHE .. matters on by hWLOI' thame .ll! .ibreTel'
.. _. I have that A breach occurred the ba ct
._ stated views Ha'Igt Nedgib Eifendi one of the Ministers in Jurtinta d.vision
--- my arc not dire, tly J.'tcay4r4Zoi A'd'm .
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or. .
raeed by the reference. and the of the Empire, who exeieised.the functions of the canal near \Vaynesburg .the. middle of Octo th JS3 : -;' :, 488w
5ff .. Charge U'Afl-ures of the Viceroy ,f has f last week )
on which the committee ( Egypt, but it was promptly repaired, boats -
si' doubt- been charged to proceed to the head-quartersf of Mq4IutT gJves.lessous
ha"isince arrived at this pkice; t'romabove oa
sought further eVld'llcin fact lull Field Marshal Hussein Pacha Ifr the Piano Fort* in
AL AUl SQ m9 i'a a to other full and the a romdjoiiiin:
elaborate report night be made on the entire amnesty to those who have been led astray point broken.Harrisburg Ciron.| M'n.BalTj sdsool To.ixue..yo

TCF.SDAY MORNING. OCTOBER refered, without by Mahomet Ali and drawn Jadies.&e"would derote tbewuue care
sn : saying a \vprd ot the among the rebels ful! attention her
as to daughter .
::::: : =:== tcrd comprised in this aatement. I but arc convinced of their error, and are wi1lng: FUNERAL OF THE DUKEOF REICUSTADT. now udheriztrtc.: :
:;:: T at the; latest dates, was se October 9th 1833.fitf
ffhe.ChL 1 Ite.spi'ctfully, : t(! return to obedience towards their new Sovereign. -This eeremory was _performed with_ great lfns.WORTHY

;1 ituo:1d with Ct'usJcrable'iolcnr.; .. The Your b't. pomp at Vienna on the: 24th July. The heart ,' ATTENTION.-Tbe. subscriber ofc

; from thc J 1 th to tile iGUi Sept. were servant, The! official journal of die Porte then states that deposited 1 in.the Loretto Chapel; l of the Churchof her Iwuso and lota,m.tbe town of
ttPcrWLl THOS. T. BOULDIN. the' city of Damascus having been Quincy, Gadsden county. his excellent stand for
Clij'.cr3I'3. constantly the Augu>tmes, and tbe.intestfn a at St. business; &has been long and adraniageously
reckoned amonir.! the Holy Places, the Sultan was F Stcph t&'s. The as a house of public entertainment.
laid in the
LATEST body was imperial
FROM ENGLAND. anxious that it should not have been ttuarter
Pedro to Lc the theatre section'of first
po.rrG11o,1n< appears he packet t .lip 3IJ11tt1ahehJ, of 1 hut Ibraham j t lamily vault in the Capuchin Church. '.1 he rate bnd, having 70 or 80 acreria & >
CsSA balllt was foush at Philadelphia, I war ; having, alter the capture of tiration, immediately adjoining thew.i. *-.tbe
wt ltt t,e Ir, Aug. $ Liverpool; papers[ to the 9tli, and London !1 I St. Jean d'Acre, marched upon Damr.cus and taken )) Ceremonies were performed in 'he parish crojf corn and fodder, and the'::stock or.hogs'and .

jD web both) parties claimed the victory. It I I1Sc to the} 8th of Augu t. The information of 0 possession of it, the troops! under Hessem Pa- ) church of the palace. Thw court went in cattle, with household 4- kiteiew furniure For t* tnr

1'l'ltCSt importance is that which relates to' cha are advancing in good order and with great mourning for six weeks. The crowd to see apply to the subscriber on the premise Sarah Bun*

nuiih!! tu day a letter, from the FOR 1'UGAL. celerity, with a view to dislodge him.i the body lie in the state was so lh.tt thousands r ts; JOHN CAMPBELL. '* -

.Hie live-oik commiite in Congress, to HlS, Aug. 4.- The Nouvelliste of yesterday i i ALEXANDRIA, June 24.-Ibraham Pacha, could not get admittance great into the chap-- Tallahassee, October 9th 1832. .94m.
;.jp, ,iucn without solicitation, as an says, that no despatch had arrived from who set out on the Silt inst. from the camp of St. C l. COLLECTOR'S SALE.-OoTuesday 29th
\ enclosed jcr\tlU army in Portugal that let- Jean d'Acre to march! ) Damascus entered T.X .
n' j'! lice. It was to a ; private : upon next shall expose at public!sale bthtit
l1I'untl ,. before the publication 1 of the from Lisbon describe the city as pluijiied in the latter town on tue nth t alter having easily court house door, in the town of Ap achicola. '
jttus! "in';' N. boat, not even a :'ishnnrMUJck, dispersed! the troop; wi.icli: deft:tided it.o From DANOCROUS_ LEAP.-A horse go: loose yesterday of Franklin__on<' Billiard Table with all the-appurtenances county-

PI1Jcnv- bi.'tjveen Mr. Branch and Mr. co navigate the Tagu The: inhabit.iuui; are Damascus: the Egyptian ;fl ixiy wiil proceed to A- tureiloon in (rown street, Philadelphia, belonging to it; which table was formerly occupied

Ii i Las been in our possession for several ; to be 'home at o'clock, at which: hour i iejjp:', to i.ccupy the passes through which the and ran Violently down to Race street, vhen- by Geo. \V. Ury, of said county, levied on lot

a s \vc wished to maKe some explanations IJIp are clo.v.1. Lisbon awaits with impa Ottomans Timst COllie, if they make any etlbrts for not being able t-> turn so short a*, the street re- the Territorial J. D.(county BULLOCH) Taies,'due $103.

tot has been delayed 1 until now. the cessation lit.a state of ilmc-s: which r mqueru.g Syria. Thev have at this moment quiitMJ, he plunged headforemost into a tireiall's October 9th 1832. Collector T. F ,P. c.

Tcarancs intocw! bl'! Various report> me m circu no ot.er: l ti.! c"> in that province than alnnit ten 8tf
SUf gpiich asked two questions of Mr. I u cellar, alighting: on his back.
; those relative to DOll Pedro :11 e *'cry i\- tiii>'!.<.i.d: irregjilai troojh eicamMj'| at Hammah. o 'L-\ FAYETTE'S TOWW H1P.-The subset

,. hich Jie supposed would be answered received. The No 'ivei.iste; \v.c:, Vjucs : T.nscjmp, fortified f m !g-eat haste, will oiler but a hating been appointed the a ent of General

.JiJ(! himsdI-1t' charged, by Col. from Madrid, of Uieio'iii, ui.h .'lU-iai! ; ; feeb'e resistance; and ii is probable that Ibraham IN KLIZABETU CiTi, N.. C. from the 9th Lafayette, to dispose of his lands in Florida is ready-

cnthe: <.wr Congress, that a Report of the frmn Portug-iJ; to tue 21st, W.lCfI, C.IIIi.i vii; l bt ni Aifj>j>o lll\\ard the end! of the month. august; to the ?th September, there were 76nl3C not to receive less tlian proposals for the purchase of-any portion

CnmiDis!lllCrii( called far by a resolution .ays tiie article, all the rejwins .iheadv tx-nt la tisal voinbie: position, mastei of Syria and of cholera and iO, dQh---nircan-; H..J. Ab trt->one 500f tection aC1'ero,-of.&the_ .generaTs. .L _-township! '.

HiuscofKepre.cat-Jtives, and contniihcling 1 ntj the tranquillity that I tht t t-ir.gd'MH eij."ys, .' ail j.1.c p isseii leading to it, at the head of an army III ...1 I the township, is reserve/1 from sale. The'iU4n rtenus"1 of '

I which is .aly equalled In tie! cuUrwH-ssm tt at ol 5rjUiK) men, possfs njg i numerous cavalry and sale will be cash,or one fourth ia cash,and the residue '
of the! of the 1 -
Secretary Navy -
cScjalrfpjrt I uinabitants show for his Majesty! Don Mi- i.i Aceitut; { artil:ci, we will awa'.t Field Marshal in annual instalments, satisfactorily secured,with 'in*

It'rrll!! ID. It turns out, however, that 1b ; I .Ii) whom they ;give the most unequivocal ilij I 's.-iu i\ ch! i, W.o ..as been ordered by the 'noattge toinason Jlussmess. tercst on the amount of each instalment from the day -

:1 ,'LS. waJe. and suppressed by the : of their jttnciimeat. j t Po Ie t.) exterminate the rebels of Mehemed Ali. of sale,-This township of land adjoining the city of

P" the instance of .Mr. Branch, win), it : ,: !Je report of Don 1.cJr's'ICror' at Vuloii it fMgJ ness and
the: of :Miguel cou1 I'. I I.ell.. .. I) t witj iii.'. General of iiom 25- fertility adaption of soil to the
troops is rmetl.-
satItd tliat if thai report was published, i ii \\ iuuy army culture of sugar, and cotton, is unequalled by otb.
1) where to find the Pedio coiitmuel to t\ccuPY| OJMMIO. i'ac IKIO I.> JfJ, no men, well supplied with Pacuas it r township of land in the Territory ot Florida.any .
uoucc trespassers
r.\'e t ):" 1', front tl.( Lo.ulon Tiinesof 7u ..t. ; ia i. tie, "Wit.ioui artiJeiy horses, war-store>, ,' ; u.'.cnbcrsi 11... oHm errctin:. a f.ii ii.e nnd W.WILLIAMS.
:k. Cd. Wime, who introduced the '. )! relieijNhms of ti.s friends of Piirtug,.cse j o: ;;io\iu>h-s, to travel jn immense extent of i. <' mim"di'us \v :1rcH..uvilh a Patent Cotton Talhhassec. Octolvr 9th 1332 Stf

tetutng for the report in question did not : uxveesterJuy !pimftilly e.\eneii h.lC- ; c). utry tie.tl.tute of resouices, and without irootl Pr ss for lite pu ])Ose Cit 'pa'-kin Cotton and skins, and !rr: : The Scmftem Recorder, Georgia ; the ,RCnin ,

documents which. reached io.idTi.e! : Er/tian at Damal'clIsc.ln o nipress.iri5 Cotttin for shipment, it will he in opera- '' Ellqufrtr'iq mu. the Columbia Te'ei S_
ifflong the pa; or-- nor printed io vn m t oujsecoiiclu(lej it was suppressed. This of Pjlmella; [ had arnved at i\iitniut ., sist oi.lv. 0 r'30K)0) ) men, a division oiQO,000 men ton in \ shirt time. They arc now ready to pur- I tiolinia ; the Baltimore Republican Marvllni ; the
Irist, Cotton mate liberal .Vaszrille
or advances Cotton Conner
( on sto- Tennesewill insert the above
Ooi; ito, ami ad\ brougla"utcl.igt..cj; of I txv.i dei.tched to observe the at .
tk'lf him of tlw.lightest: ; imputation: of tJa I t..e mvu.g camp fil with them ftir shipment to any port in the U. S. A. vrJsement for four weeks in su-c.s-wn, and forward
llulme: of 1 Don ii Two
!'edrti'sxpediiiui. i ne cturv I lin .j. neu regiments have left Cairo to
Tlitir '' for is 25 bale the their
iarc this
storage > cents a by season accounts to office f
puumlyjirifi-mM a groundless ( llrg : I \, ruely" : tolil and ind multiplied Ihr.ham Pacha whose will rpaymenL.IEH.CHAJST'
; wision> ; j"i.i f army then amount which they do hut exact if they Income the purchaser -
Vwio liMr. l rii.h: has lieen the! aggressor .-iory aspect the tie\ appeared! di..:t: -u>. to 00,000( men. !. They have a number of first rate vessel en- AND PLAt TER'5 BANK OF

nauuvtw) ill wi.ch he has been M) signally i j O;.'-rto paprrs, which: nad Ix en u-cjiveJ to 1 _\s Ibranam had been informed that the cholera, "9cil to freirbl! for them to New Orleans, New York 1' .-Notice, is hereby given, that.

fjtt-itto! lull no*, tiinute to him any other: {!'.1 I silt: did not d.sMpate: tile alarm: -i.ough or, :According to otners, the plague, was makin"great ami' Charleston, and lh.-) will :mage t\ cany freight agreeable the capital stock the charter of said Bank,has aU been taken and
fu-ni-e l and in the and of Hamad in those places as low" as any vessels in the trade, o an election for nine dircctnrs
: uo giound: to justily: it ; every ravages camp town will take "
ve1iii tllt' rna inMagnoJiaon
; be mad for of Cotton
awl will lightcrintr
liitcicAU'vi m Lat int \l'i; .tjice \\\.i1Ci] wit.:, u- tie a ppltl'(11tlr new instructions to Mehemed Ali, no charge the 15th of November
; 1 for he hat :.f them. J. O. & N. IIAM'' EN. day Ddt ; and stockholders .
ltdlXuIl'1U! a tjucsJion : : : shipped by .
: ce i'i i tie: .uri\'ctlof te oiiici I
ijcnjicit'1n:.' r.-n;.txl a suificient harvest of (' i..i\C siVLii in atiot.ler p.rt o1 1 *oi.i j p.1'. <' .til immediately I transmuted him to march: forward, 'a-nnili.1, Oct. 9, 1832. .8lf. itol stock ofbaid Bank will be due and payable thecap.-to the.

pajuJiu >riilie.'iii;: ; >:: froin the exposure of .. w..Ic \. : ha; .'e been tible! to e >!!eci sin .is a General should not be arrested in the execution 4 :, EUHO L5O Y.-Will: be sold' at a reduced price, commissioners en the some day.ALEXANDER

(creij.ioraivt 1)1 f the suhj-ct matter, and s--::4; -c', 'iini wtfind tueiii, if Bill'l'r.) cn- ; of uis niters by the inclemency of the season, ; '.t- -1\\ ncr being about to leave the Ttrritorl- SMITH C'

tp: ; .i i .ii k.&t not tl .,astrons.! The' veiy po- by tliscaor any otner dangers. his .; t' i ii, 17.-Also, n ?oocl Stilkcy, and a first rater LESTER CROOK, I 'g .
rJtcrfik'iiiwJ! } ( i./ tlie; saitement>, from h 'iod with colt al months old sired B'-NJAMIN \ ?
marc, a out by
tIt.t! eA-Mmperor may he :iitded'as not The Egyptian squadron is Mill\ cruising off our ,
IJ 1 HI ttli.cli hi' rclifd.la ; rrn lit 1 fjj4>:i.u :j'jJl Cb'lo,10lt.: l.f 1 landed} on I port, wait(in*; t for the coming out oi the Ottoman the full, bliuileil: horse Director, of So. Ca.-apply to L. W. BURNETT, ,\ ..
l die sccjii'! jilace, )J r. B. asks Mr. tII or iUu till .uul we Jill,) mm at Ojorlo on If f lied u inch it intends to encounter. The fourth ihe sul criLei at Hicks Town, or to 3Ir.Thos. Brown, JOSEPH LADD J j ,-.'*-
tt 1 i'l .r.iers' Hotel.! W. C. MILLCR..lur9tli GEORGE HAMLEN. ? ,
fteba tjc! *' Secretary of the Navy was ; Ill&tl'hl oj :jgi.t4i.g t.e u&.oj'> of Ins snip of 100 guns will! probably be ready to join the r ). Ic3-?. 8'f. Magnolia, Oct. 9th 1832. 9lf.

fj in ilw most (:1 re.t manner: by the K ('r on tiLe road to Li:i iuM ue is obliged to at- squadron m It 1.lrtlli lIt. Tne naval l forces will :,

Committee iu 1 JI to ncn-ase the I them north of tut Douto. Tile'I etorof thru COIISIM of t Ii...r Miijis ol 100 triius, eight! fngitt's S GAit BDILERS.-Three Cast Iron Boilers, (')- LEON ACADEMY. ,!

31 I is saiJ, indeed to juivf Ixvii Ctfl1 1':1: te, but of whic.i MX c.irry 60 if.iiis, fifteen soops ly ii'cd once containing viz:-60, 90, and 140 -:
I ent ;' jlhh'C'l 13<.iiidii tleciines! answering i i'ItnU '; foliord! tiy no results. Tilt'jlg'a'I: l ;>:s .r hi i TN', Six lire-ships and one steam vessel.I'UOM ;r.dl ns will IM sold at a reasonable rate, and delivered fH JL u vJonday; exercises the 8th,of tins inst.lus The.uution were r>: ..i'...d oa \\

but refers, () the report, which is still! nortii ol tt.e Doi.ro, I iid tie 1. ;>-iu! a ijrnolia: Tallahassee, Monticello, or any .la( warrant us in inviting an immediate good health of our city,

fcihecoaiuiiur: are opinion) that the t':;: I 1 )" are foitifvin. : 0 porill. i\.us tniee \ifcui ] THE FRONTIEU-GOOD & BAD. Tmvn.f'(!'Mlty distant.-apply to the JOHN subscriber MILLEIl.at' Hicks C' atrona t. The terms Tuition lemain return unaltered.of country :\\1'::

lun'of the public and other laul blutuid: l he' ) j 1i 1 l>eeri !lost for; l.e invaduv .i.iiU',-I,.e spirit >r. oLirs <. ITV Ireptfin./er. fc. io;:j :. Cctcbcr9thi! 1S3?. 81 w By order.of the Trustees, .

wttd with increased: industry arid nderjuatc : l \l''ple} ': fitS had an opj'i iu.-i/ of i tb-s..I.I-. 'ihe : team-boat "illtlchago, ". aptuin[ tiunt J. H. COX, Rector, i
,. -1t!, without having au:Wfiu tae ef Ltuiica Icmy. i i
Ltiiis in iBCr I cxj/ecia- :iom i Jab'la. Mopped lor a lew minutes c*tcr- QUINCV QUARTERLY RACKS. Four i" f
urpng an earnest: mariner t.e: t; i'i f.ie i fiieiids of hberty,-and tHl' l it\-ert.on, ) or 5 boys can be accomodated witt hoard by I

tf agents r It only meant that Gen. Clarke ; : : \vai to 1..U the lahiiS of f the Lsu PCI .us d.I.at. the vvh.if 1, on her way to Jeiier on early application to the rector of the Academy. I

iirenwre boat-hands with i t ;JL.rriiivs: (ln n.ie! > below tin- .'iiy.j Board per "'ut.rter. including washing,.b to pro.-cctite, )t"M: kl'ill.lCt.: candles. . . . . . . .. $20"00X i!!
ilT; iucvaruuiatii>ns with adequate t I H' rejioo.is uf t.n delay I at Oporto, m.-ttad: of The hot left Galena hi.Vi.g; on board Board escluivc thse.. .. . ..j"*$IS 00. !

!\as\ ever authority S:) sK'nder to authorise ), a.I\MIC.V! 0:1: L1Sbou, i> aid to L b.i .e want I'l.n-k; a\\ k, the i'rnjmut; and tkven otherh Puy iWe at the.end of each ruarter.Oih iS

11.Jntml'1t; ,: oflu'rtl'11: olilecrs! 'at an exp< I I i .]IrV ; Ii..1 if ;his l Ice the case, t..e 1lCC-SI! ::d niMii ui the ?-aiatid i ox- -, together O.t\h 1832. 8tf. ,

I Idu 1; :iu cirm MoiiKl! ta\e iiei'h 1l1tl'l'I01 :, I "', Uti jboiit iit I)) waruors of le..s> di>iingut-.hed .I : .
4so .lr".. per vir? Ii is true that a I :: ( f.m- i vv n: o.i this .do I :
te duties ofUc>c agents is to protect the : e lis; abs-nce would have been ic. ;. !1- ,i ,' ..I
th, !lower rapitls Ol their edge: ol timmingj :-- FOR S.l\LE.-i Copper Boilers
tculepredaturs: ; I but ihoc acquainted) with Miguel, who .supposes that liij bmijie: s ] i- i : ,
I ; I11II1 t.'u-ivc. l.u-k iiavvk, tlw I'ro- : -Copper Dippers, Skirnrnen
i .ihtk rand
to i iiirht t.d not h) ,:* wii.c .e- 1 'I j !{U.L be for the Seoops.Breduced
cast, ,U diiTjc jit acee s.. and tJe! HUHIX.T and ; exeic : t run over Quincy track on: Alo!
prices 10
I 1 l. them time to oigtm.-e iiiu iti:Cij,' .tie a j pl:: I. allli the other elev n tiave been taken to 'i ? Tluimlay) the .J th! if t (-.r.1)f>r hist., a purse of pair Mill Stones .' :
Zajceofthego/erniiient orlicers know 1:1 .Apply..to BUTTON
. SJI.V {Hill of the troops. If the i.m.uiidei .: Hrs C n tiarr.icLs< .hoie 1 to remain as hoii14t $ It. r mrc (to be rnueil arc mJillg to ihe number of May 15. 1832 39 EMORY i
viik'Jorulpnitectloa! xvas reqll rc41. Indeed, t .! ries nirtdc) one mile and r"pcat-Ffce for saddle "tf: J
expedition has to pUT chase.and traullllmu '.- for th [)Cs)( eanle ronuuet tn .H'lr. tubes .
bnar. >hall, Adair: ntTered, tf) give bond and : ; \enliiie> soutuw.uds, the wurcaunoi bo unlit ;. tinal -ettleinent an lIitrr.ulllhhal1 I 1 horses. only to carry fe.iiher weight. ; entrance $10, to Xil'J .('( .-The subscribers to the south Florida- : ': t
!It made with tse! tl.n .vcnin<
Secretary ; previus to xploring expedition: will please call immediate '
ttoy: Mck of Live oak in I i l I S :!
toproterJ every ; in a single cjinp.hgn.:
MneUmavboat the
, A
1 he IIit ( passed city I th.diy of runnmjr. BY THE SECRETARJ.nrohtT9th1S32. ly and mike payment to H. C. Ashton, Tallahassee. ::1
itofarSOOiMlars: i)3 ; r. We '- are seme K u'bodmgs winch \\e camml with QlIin ,', 8tf ONoha 2d 'I
yei < or. Th.rs.day on h'f v>av_ to the iJai racks, I 1S32. 7tf. S.A.SPENCER. .
Jiw.thitsjKcfih'1! : t' ibm tu the public: ; but we J..T bound at t..e j .
beginuinsjof! our .' I }4vr jr.t'ii undi: th<* I oiiitnand ol Lieut. L-ioa?, I II l
: lime to r.dJ, that ..t.ct. ..e 1"u,' in gruouid !
' .ftrene.er was.> .nuch: tnoney thrown ; j I pair. Tile nnf/etiai troops f(... .ji gu.uuty; I ,. the arm)' having vuth .them in custody, The Races over the Tal- Quinine. !

: olt'bs puqx>es, except perhaps in one : battle of ti.e Jd, anu as tn-! > e..5i ua' e no: [ \ eopope and some six or ->even other war- Uthasse bourse 1st annual meeting, *V. .fiO ccied OUJStEs from Peljclitr's Now York Quinine, for sale,low.just" r- : I

t tf1lor.abl L' iustarC: ) {, ti.e sums pdd lor (t'5 of remaining m their nan.>' c uJiti u II r 'If! I|! nots. E. SEJXAS ,1

. ;1 tle ltI1t'mcI11! of the ckuihb in ). imlit-iry! execution, i b. t !-i. % ieun.e. I[ WC' understand that lack! Hawk and the 1832 4l'f Druggist, Magnolia, .' .11 H

; : QJe ,'10 OJ. 411 lormer 1 occasion pomjHiissly l tll: : it'lv, on tlietr continued lule.itv, ana Lu-r I Pr.-jihet were ruptured by a paity. ol the '4%rILL commence on tin i-irU edn sday in December .. i

. taUI.IC rri'jsuryva.s to be l" lr.t'q1tl1! ;, ptrsevermg exertions. U mnebnpoi'and b> them delivered to theit"iit ( lUth,) and continue .our days. 11iOE ME" GOODS. i
0 .1 j tho uitn i tt.-u' l-1 1 I
:e who aie unacquainted cllU bui-.1 day.-JocKey Club 300, three mile -
pIng \llIl11l' and I! .\ at tin I'i..uric.- i'he&e tuo hwtcre purse 1
: large sums not of! the Portuguese nation, it may appea. (m.i!i I heats, rnlrance2U.. AMONG thr great variety of goods recenrcdin this ,

l tout somce*." C.LLOll. this fulfilling }) ; that the expedition hus been jomej by so I not tak .n tuO'diwr a though th)
t I It t; of the inhabitant of the country. J\ hit e 't'- < up to the whites at the same time.Tin Third day.-jluO,--one mile heat tntrance $10.- cash, there& .will be found, at the new.store of the sub*. :

t We trust; no that the : will remove this soi.rcc of:ihivie.The capture of the chiefs ol the hotile In- Free for any Horse, Mare, or Gelding in the United scriber Cloths,and'> 3 Exchange-street, a choice lot of fancy .j
live oak char lTes to the rules! and orders of the Club. C'ASouncrs, a part oi"wUch will -
aubjcci they
. o ; nicu .
et.tll ; C who live licyond lute limit t* c. tiC t\\o iMjins insures the permanent tranqmhty of the lion .
tiullbCrtlJc Capulets The (lla'S (} TILt l .lrti day t purse will be composed' of the en- '1
. of the kiuirdom, Oporto anti Lialxiii, take i frontier and confidentlv trust that the Suj>erblne, Broad
tarrk'il to tht' Jlwhest tribunal of the I uc pioneer irince momy and the gate money of all the four days crape Finished Cloths, # 1 ,
; mtereht in pub.x: atlans: or in conil'ets: be of (civilization on the northern borders I One mile h heats the best in five, free for all Horses do. Velvet do. '
ro1ulUIt'l" 11'Cflll tl'Joii has declared the ihlfereiit of t U\'CrnU.Clal. They I I : Patent finished West of .
. sci ernes ; State and of Illinois will never the winning horses of the precceding days carrying ( England) Black do.
j ofCol. .hite.IIl" stands acquitted ; cr the dominion of 1 lueir piiesU-, or of tneii our own of the red their appropriate weights and the loosing horses the ) do. fine Olive, do do do. '.,' >!.. '

.tte of.1 e nation, from the foul! )rds,.and unless when excited I by fanaticism, :gain be disturbed by the inroad* allowed a deduction! : of six pounds from their appropriate doCinamoo Brawn do. -.* : -

have been aspersions passive spectators political ngcs. men. weights ; and all horses that have not run Bottle Green, do_ J* 5
cast on hu (' ,1 tiancViH! this i Saxony blue 1
I I :'ttowbe 0 ( [ : \' in tie stn :gle of iSiiU, the hostile armies The \Vinnebago did not land at rock Island on the proceeding days to carry their appropriate I Lavender do. '.'. : .
suffered to rest Iu and | that n eights.I'en I I Drab and Dove colored Cassimers.-" *-' *
} contempl Miguel and of the Coastitutionaluls pas the Captain having pledged himself to A variety of silk .' \
_ Awaits originators per c't.vill be deducted from each purse for the Vestings, (new patterns.) ii _
an oilier equally $the as flit Ulll e- but FL\g handkerchiefs
through "provinces through effect to his passengers ; we deeply regretto use of the Club. Pungee (. -s.
. % calculated! to serve the ) ) ) rS medium." Don Pedro has been eIlthu i-: be obliged to say that the boat brings very :cr-The membcts of the Club are requested to White and fancy cravats, *-i4 ,'V -

. "*. f will they hy a frank and hllw> .tlly joined by the people of Oporto, as he !I distressing intelligence: sickness on the Island meet, at the Club room on the day proceeding the Races Dozeu fine fashionable linen shirts1', .
lnr "Wgnient : by tile people of Lisbon, but all that he can being Tuesday tir ISih December. do do Bosoms '..
l .c 1) do COLE White justice ? ; I the United States T roopfJ.-' Gentlemens' silk
amongst &
Merino Ijif
t! :iom the inhabitants of the country is their: THOS. BROWN half hose, .
. j are, tlitre, is the rub! when did he \' t and inditJ rcnc{. Doctor Coleman, and Lieutenants Gale, and Stc'ry Proprietor.. do Cotton and Angola do --.-P -

;= lZla LTeCept t.rolll tIle PEOPLE who will : : j i I \fl KlIu.e, Aug. 3.- [Extract ofa letter.:] Torrance, of the army.had .fallen victims to Tallahassee, Oct. 9th 1832. 8tf. I I In Silk addition and silk to the Velvet above Stocks, latest- tefehums; ."

; P.tUtin i'hich bears equal date I I IEOFRLPRLSE.NTATIVES t is asserted that the King of VVirtemberg is the prevailing epidemic, together with a nnm- of Ready made they -spJendid"8s8O tmeiH ",
't Fl1sr LIST of letters remaining in the post office at Clothing DWl\ acted in the la.
rRt.r.MPTIO\ concluding a treaty with the King .oldier <.-One other olhcer w as A test the '
\y Joint her of private Q.tiincy, on the first day of October 1832 ; I style, work and materials which they waiw ,
the' object of which is to oppose the dangerously ill. The disease it is said bypaengets if not taken out by the first day of January next will antI rant to be genuine.-Consisting.of.super blue, black

Mth Jan. UI1 of the protocol of the Frankfort Diet on the boat, was subsiding, and }he sent to the general post office ax dead letters. ., brown, Cinamon and Olive Dress Coat, Jo- Frocks, f; .1 1
of Punti-T&o. tlkr Vetvct Veata
1 than by the late.orJounanc.c Joshua 1"M.'R&uine&ilk tlilla'f
. f tAIt SJR-\\'r. more energy entertained of its speedy disappearance. Allen, Samuel Johnston Vale oci' 'and .
.?uht or wrong, the (. government Stuttgard. It is, at all events, hopes ere Allen, Judeth Jordou, Juniu3 ,f Marseilles, Bll (i-flicli they will aeQ \
1ees "h'lell have Four men, (soldiers) and a ser- i low for cash. R. B. & J '.
occurred been -L.ll. B.BULL .
) -I: have \ I ; that. the agents have appointed by Bell, John S.-2Blount Jones November52d ,
i life-oak coimniuee from acting on tint party with ample powers, and .ihat confer- vant boy died on the passage in the boat under Ilcl iug-2 KOnce; Jared 1831. I4tf **

:r rred.lO, them ; bow it was' at ha vc'been already held between, them on the command ol Lieut. (rOS2. BoAen, John D. Kitrell Absolum.Kitrell p : :.

; from' tiu.e to time fur subject. '- he Grand Duke Baden, 'bowev- P.s \\ e have understood that the Indianson 'Gl.esIn'lIuel ThomasKembrough WANTED.. : .
(hrislman, Michael Uradley'Cra '
. 11 e ince all the documents have t declared that he will not cuter into any al- board ti.e. inuebago were under the charge \tort!, Benjamin, Larkins, Robert wcwcD D Iuua17

. M have i>een !, arainst.Austria and Prussia. It is expect of Lieut. Davis, with u guard of twelve men. Cash, F. A. M'Kcnzie, J. C. dns rl"n. and i-rai luibi-ls. '. :. -t. .. rJ "_ ,
* engrossedvith a i The Elector! of Hesse will use a de .
'"" .. young : The Captain ot the boat informs us that subject to my; constituents, !1 tll the same etl ct. On the otlnrr band I ;uc, Isaac-2 M'Piierson, Mary -rOnEA.GE.
: 'eer three deaths at
1 there bad been but two or : : _
cannot deny but it might huve beliered that a great many secondary guy Cue, C. S. M'Murtrey, Samuel i .
t .t*d to Wltut/ut. iterially ;particularly thutof Koyal baxony* Galena, reported to be ot Uioleia. There Conner, Lewis M'Intosh, Elba Ann i IN addition to his old ware-house tho-.

.' KknaKV, oiic concerns, bad the lime' unite Wirtcmberg and Bavaria in rt-vo- were no cases when he Ic"t.port.-l'iU1e. .arra'*ay, James Marshall, Joseph has recently erected a spacious .building !

; hutd! ulieu it piopor the votes given at Frankfort. on the 2dth jL>upuntornel1us Planer, William .80 by,23 feet, for receiving; cotton and goods. .
Tf occurred. Ityns firsi LeI oT Du'ksou, John-2 Martinj William TIMOTHY .
l. lIon. John I which are void upon I two giounds- EXTRACT A LE'l"iEIt.dated William Marks MCCARTY. : 0
Branch Dupoht E.lizabethPoythrcbl St.
addre Dece'niber27thl6Sl.
19tfA '
.Iter I Pfl'li cllt ()ftllC DlCt, oJ having 11ItlI 3iht 1832.
t "neon the the : Fort Lruwlord August .Jaugherly, Nancy Pcttraan.Oe \Y. -, '; : .
'ith I stated the suhject.In 8n \ I ( the six :l1t cJVlth a speech tll:1t.Imd not u General Hlai k liuv> k, with huts Lteut., the )a:by, John Preston, Thomas' GEORGE S., HAWKINS, : i. '
; Prezs the facts arc, that he ui previously communicated? to anyoltile. gov Piophet, was brought tu here u prisoner Ii .'ield0, J. \\r.-3 Robinson, Jona. TTORNEY nSeuar:at 'LAW Mo..riann.til .J

. "IIut. document referred to in his ) IL,, and which put an interpretation! upon Uinneba. several days till1ce. ii .-' ake'iUiun2 Robertson, Hugh .. .1r>rest Florida., .Tanitary fih I RflI ft,. ':,'
been oes
had the T.
that whIch Smith, Timothy
1 kM jomofunicated it to the Naval articles ditFerent 'trotH /ras Andrewsviregory -

). ;L..4 ie the.document* and .
;." 0thispicI0 that he Improperly\ and consequently their several,governments, SUhe* dose not look like a great man : 1 lunik jiltson rabamohn-2,James Towers Shaw, Roderick, George H. J G..1t'N, HA ',"LtN bv jll8treeed.'a! I
kc I hurt:
"a&es or allowances '. he dose look like a great man ; and pity Woolen P. H. I'erpeudicalarSug.r ,- illvphwlhejr f9tsate !
ireen Moses
L II the un.d.o of liw oak ?Sentmellc Genevoisc sails"Th! Aus-J Every thing is quiet here.-.Nothing ha been .rreen,, James R. White D. L. on a creditjtatillarcfrueat.. ". .--t .. I I
% favoniism, or concentrated strong torcea near Urcg-. Our muii Joly J835J. 47 If -
lltkingahso any have heard of the choleru for aome lime. .arrol, Hiram "Warren, JohaT. '_ :0. .; ",
an extract from on tte'iike} of Constance* 123 pitce&H t have a mail so Ion- laze John M. Williams, Margaret from '
th e Naval co-.tractor will' not let.us ; j .Maj J hD-8 vlfua ;
f I.. conunhtp ofFeb.' m ve-a\re dy arnved. and avo1d1t."' -" .ium, S.ViUw.ma Mason 1 9 in Leon cou sty,'Florida,on th?Ittl!-\..}
a1y ready to riAjhat the f. Atfa1r at thC Court..)f Baden, .appliedOon : as they can JuiUey, john Warren,James H -d'-inst.f-ft>.horses ; th ,enerrayw1thi'Ipngajciteh > ".

-,tI and 'vid'encc afford Graqd Duktf0r leaytooccU .i4uce.. icpburn, John \Vma, John .: : tail,. sotno 'nijirks. ou. Lif i ';.**- -
qo ''{ account ot treatiestte Buatness on the Penn yl- : _
to latter at.6ym refund oo TUE CANALS.- arvey, .
impeach eiheia.bnght
lightfuKyr-ihe' ; "
; the naactioni inviolability of his' territory, 'brisk r particularly on : :_.aley,' 1 1t'dUt.e1YounePhitip* B. Young?, Hdnry P., rouJ'rtIa jrjiyiUT -, I'
canal' white '
Southard gtiarantee ranm. Iii unusually. '. [&* lcitcr ..loIIJay T w twa ef U r e fee, a eo.oit bi& bach, A
,p1.ata.tioAir.! relative to Austria !: J1 B forcOhe''Grand :Duke. .the JuniiitaUivtoloo, and' 'e&t of the Oiouu- I I ,awkins lUneraCltuncy liberal ie.ant"4iU: 'iven on jhcfr delivery to* t T -
Santa Rosa ,,cc: IlUtiU o* : ; : '. ; *>4"Sepu *-< \ ;
,0iat.the b8CribercrtoMaJ. -
f1 hn Sound eyiaent thi rar *
$t ; ., ;Ifi: tai s. -..Puckc't ano> Freight boats puss :II.BLUEj'V.M. "-"::;' ,, :
ck' the other 5tf I.J\VlS '
b-cD a fnr Austnan.tiniiy on 25th 1832. P..TAY1.0B
of t83!. .
,.wuh DO coacealment Contract 1C'Rhine-"is.: titU. only eofx5ithn. .a W Y'. plact daily, and the'sound of the floatwan'S $ ttobedHh .- : _



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3 '_ ENRY-riOND-Ofi'ers.for sale COTTON S tQre. .
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'8!t1 -..__'_- .,,J. :, I It ... ,. I ,Attachmen. John tf Louisville, LIST Tallahassee'on'fliejlfit day jf 'ctober i .
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t !.l" '' :. Green Bl Katre i fsiDen|rjl(.Defendants in us;,from'35 to 50 Mw'>.-Also, 2 of Alexander! Florida 1332,if not taken'out-by.the'Istday January -, Tli Gadsilen County nd Us 1ntcmulie'di\ t

j r cfrmairesFxtcutocandl3ettliI; suit will take ; the above Gins-will be sold on reasonable'terms'nt 5 next,'will i be, sent to the General Post Office, opened a store in this.place, vkinity Wher ',tha al-Jaa";

i sy Floyd;Excculrix. Dab l ce that application 6 months for good security. dead)letters:' .' found a good assortment of Seasonable*jij 't.

: via Floyd, deceased, James will be made'to the i Superior Cotton' Bagging, Scotch and Kentucky, as .5 i .', A DRY-GOODS,. GUOCERIEs G .

S.1innand, Elizabeth Linn Court of Leon Ky. Bale Rope and Twine, Atkinson Fred. \V. HARDWARE
late Eliiabeth'Floyd,..Chas. .County.the next Oc- Sugar Boilers of mall sizes. Alston,Willis Allen H. C. CROCKERIES S
4 GLAS&\V\
/ Floyd, RobertFloyd'Gabri-,tcrmto; foreclose 400 r Sacks blown and ground Liverpool Salt, Alderman, David SADDLES BRIDLES
Airs'I"homasBowcn ;
el Floyd Thomas C. Davis Li mortgage given by Da 50 Do. Coarse Alum, Atkins, J. The whole,of whish will besoldas&L&e cTeao

I & :M Ito R. Davis, sole he.trs v. :* Floyd, to Hcury M. Flour\ Baron; Lard, &c. B can be purchased thb far frrm ravigation.P .? tS
of Davis J Brackenridge on tho 5tf. D. Blockston! Mrs. Martha I T
lAnd representatives Tallahassee, sept. 18, 163 S John vite their tiiends and the public
Floyd deceased., / west half of the North- John BalyVilliam generally to ltf
\J ..f':." S Bone, judge, for th.emgcJve They rcspertfull
'Q".O westquarlcr section nine, township one, range one, FOR StLE.S, Butler Mr. Bearly, William of the pubhc solicita'sf,
'ADE and sold wholesale; : and Re- south and east and the east half'of the :North ones.th Fast ED Q!' BMs hbkey, S Blount, James BaniSter, Eveline U.uincy, AIri13d. 1832 n33 & K.LEi .

M quarter section eight, township one,range .Ui. 35" Ercsh S. F. Flour, M. James N. B. The and .
Ballard Major B. Bryan, .storage CO"',.; '
tii}. in Frederick chanty, Md. by C.lIel'. and east, said land lying in the County of Leon a \ S 25 n'gs Coffce, S Braden ,,. F. ,::SS will be carried on as'usual MuftT.
Bible! DIt1LrieJge: at 8t.
concerned inthe Paleni with Ur:,Jadkins. Territory Florioa. GEO. WALKER, Pl1PsAtt'May ) 200 Corn. -
The ebove Ointment i is offered to the public 8S a. 22, 1832-4o-tOC't. Just received from New-Orleans. Bcmbrv, Kenneth Butler, Robert .& 1.' .
_. ___._ .., -fnr tl_ obstinate diseases) S ----- (!
i : mAv... ... no'>r>*fl- E. SEIX.MagnOH. :. ThOWKCAiiEiy
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fuio \UI'-CL..u.
baffled the skill of medical IDUlW AitW mrBIDaWUifm Dr. A. "'. Cook Isac .
some of which have so long *iCy i .. _:" 29, 41 tf Coleman, 'VlIttr Session '
LARGE complete assortment Cookers, Nelly Campbell, R. K. THE this ntiLut tli.ted
Jet White,Swellings of every description. A of Fresh Drugs ana Medicines,just received 1I BUll & t 'TUnaE have lately rcniveiS, HId Clark. William B.-2 Cnruti.ers, John. I.th June by Public< Exunmatill "
and (Jlcersof long standing.3d Jl'1tL. have on hand at their stores 'l'allahll'c mal e are happy stating our c nTktir.tht
2d Bore Legs from New York and Baltimore for sale, wholesale Cameron, James }
the and
Schimwor Glandular Turnouts, particularly :l. A.arks, the follow inp aiticlrs ,merchandise, viz: rapid tloreugli advancement of the iv
and Practitioners '
those hardened tumours in women's breasts which ullen- and retail. Country accommode.tuiR Merchants supplied U5: : Pieces Cotton Rigging, Cotiant, John We do but duty to ourselvc.?, and justice to M/F. ;

terminate in ulcerated cancers. 011 the most EDW. bO Coils Bale Rope, D the present S'pcrintend.iut, to say the at-quitm; tar-I
tim 8 the name SEIXAS. S Duval John. P. Daniel, George\V. the Students were creditable! to '
4tli Felons or what some people know by Florida.M 200(' Ib:. Bailinj Twine, thensstlves andK '
Druggist, l
of Catarrhs, of every description. 41 tf S 8000 fl's..ll.'n, iL1(s nUll Kains, Draper, William Dancer, Jonas .. ly honourable: to their instructor. The 'lower da& *

,6th Rheumatic l'airujof thejoints. y29 S 30 bils. .iiss, nni1.: Prime Pork, DaiiJbcy, Eli/.abeth 2 recited with a readiness ond certainty thatevrni d 8'1

S 6th Sprains and Bruises of every description or inwhatever JkISSOLUT1ON.The C opurt- GO Kegs Leaf Lard, E .. usual proficiency, and the lu htr classes ,l 11'ed ?"

S situate. :30 brls. Mononyalrla! and common Whiskey, Edwards John W. questions proposed them w.th an aptmss and&ctu
part this complaint. the patient nersbip of TJl'RUR $ KLEIJfis this ciay dissolved __ proving not only a familiarity !, *
7th Tetters of all kinds. In 5 rs.! Baltimore Gin.Jamaioa F cy wit text 0001
keep the part by mutual consent. The business of the firm a general acquaintance wi'Ji the
in applying the Ointment must and Ncv-Orl'imaTuni, priucrules! oscie
A. G. Folker Joscph-2
must be settled immediately. 10 urIs. :clashes. Franciscts, The Trustees have rencucd tlieirenca
Out of water frost.It L. P. TAYLOR, Fi.Uier A. J. Ferguson, James Mr.Cox and the duties of the g ment
Chilblains affected by 20) brU. Superfine Flour, Academy will t.e':
8th or parts
J. 'v. KLE1.St. Fisher' Wm. H. 2
S for Burns and A. Folker, Dr. med the 1 st October..
is also one of the best remedies 40) hi Is. Mackerel),.C'S. 1 anti 3, on day The Board d
S Scalds It eases the pain and draws the firo out in a.. hrks, aug. 7, 1831 52 tf I 400 Sucks Livtrpool Ground and All ran Salt, F'iust,1)aiiiel-2 Mess Faircbth&Atwood I improvtmcntiii the bulk!ins:,which will.lluu ffi:

short time. ILLIAM L. RASKINS will i Which together with a general assortment of froreries Fisher, William! Its corn'Cn1tnce, and I'rocumgu'h apparatw aL,
For Inflamed Women's Breasts and Glandular, Dry Goods,hardware,Crockery ware, Casting'. G be necessary totaciutate the a !quirTncjtofArati./J '

S\veiiings.itis superior to any nredicine yet known V V nit tend to any business in the city of NEW YORK Iron assorted, Ct :t, Genmu, and Blister Stccle Green, Moses Gibson, E. R. cal knowledge. Thc rates Tuition i rell1ainuna1tf*

the medical faculty It is much safer than mercurialofany .111..1 pnmpily and faithfully execute any Qrmuiss>i ns they oIFer to their customers and the public at fair Gadie Alexander tll Board maybe obtained in Private }amiij..t._
prepartion of that material,) because it does entrusted to him by his friends in Florida, mid the pub- prices. auus'_ Srith 1S3J. 2tf H reasonable I compeusaticn. Any information, OMWII.I'I rebti

liable to injury from expose to fic gifr.bralljr. to the Institution will cheerfully
.. not dl1V the' patient l5ow-York, July IS:!. 52 tf PURE WINE Hozey, Charles F.-2 Harvey, Elijah ther of the iiubscribing Trustees.CHAdLES. fUrfli.5Jedb7j
t cola.This Ointment has cured s(es of many years stand 1-IahlJones High, HarmunHaney AUSTIN

ing. Where it i is impossible or imprudent to heal I the NTOTICE.-The undersigned has Archibald Holland, G. W. JAMES \1' \.uLLlN'

external sor" in consequeocn of the bone becoming L1 been appointed n"r-nt and attorney in fact for FRESH DRUGS &C. Holland, William Handle)', Sarah R.Y.V.ELLFOIID, '

cari..us or rouen, it will stop the progress of the the caries ol- .'.(\.! Grantlandaivi\ )c'Arrish Carter, and the heirs I .A \ L received liy 4.!c i-ai ) J a.la ,a.- I.C' from Hasdry, Alexander Hardey, Sarah \\ \. \ 'ILLIA lS,

increase the quantity ol the discharge remove uf Charles Willuuvsvu, and ,is ititrusud with the caref New-York a small lot of the t IJloVinVincs:- High tower, Warren Handlcy, Harriet S. TURBUTTR.BETTOT
fetisivo rmelt, and easo the (3in.t tl.eir lands in Florida. Ail forwarncd ROBERT BUTLER
persons are JMadeira Cette Madeira Port Holioman, James Hornan John
Felons Whitlows on an application '
It cures the worst from the and those dcsir- It. K. CALL.
committingasuon same,
Houlder William H. Diehard
S S of 43 hours. become William aeoiusidirablcp
Rheumatisms have Mood so long as to '1 li( ';\IAS hALTZKi.L.I and Holliday, Ilunley, S ".rt of the Examination ftfthe Sndfnta
medicine to be taken inwardly age, Ganaiy. or
4 systematic disorder requires \'f'll1.vll1! I Mtniny N:li h' 2. MUif(; J Leon Academy,on the 1 5th ult. take pleasure i iuta.
to remo\ them entirely. But in most common These wines have 1 ecu imported with particular roferenceKo Johnson, Isaac Jordan, Caleb (jug, that their expectations were more than

cases byal'p\ymg\ this Ointment externally a* directed jJl JJl.A" .J11'LL.JH UitE. the wants >f the sick, and tire warranted, t Johngan, James Jones, (the Tailor) the impi ovemcnl exhibiu, d en that cccaslcn. 'met hy

S it will gi\e relief And even in old people, \\luspains be PURE UNADULTERATLli JUICE 01TrIa JeKPe Jones In view of the circumstances
; will case the ;' ESILC"1"i LiLLY iufol'Jn the ci- GRAPE. will he .. aitcndlrgthe course of
have .been of longer standing, u > They sold as low as '"inc of th .iipnlity of said
Johnson, David : Academy, and the ExaralhatiGnii.Instructi .
.I.1), tZflS of 'ialhihnssee, and its vicinity, that he can be afforded fcr CAbH ONLY. L terrcd to, under the Superintendence of Mr.
piBin.To sea captains and masters of vessels this ointment s.rawd hi: .!'If in :!Iaiscit y. Thdse whose accounts of last year remain due, ar. CCl;

I I inufct be very valuable\ in winter on our coast it being >. '. He may be il'undathis office next door to quested to bcllle them by Cash or note, witlu.ufurther Livingston, T.-2 Lockcnnan and Craig, they Institution confidently in his e cl.nrge.f'tcr.tbc increasing cs-fune orht

r Very certain in its effects on Chilblains or parts affected S ctfii's,. P.z ri-r UIJI. Uiadfoid, or at his residence corner delay, as no further credit! A% ill be :ivtn a'\o, Lucas, Grace. Linn, James S.-2MilKIIenry 8EXEC.G.ER.1GG

with frost likewise preserves its qualities in all climates ol AtJamanil Call. strc-ets. rh: : J 5th of July next' to any one who e accounts 't. M D. BALL. '

S Ttlbha.-' Mirh Gilt 1S3?. 183m I !List year may then lemain unsettled.E. J. Moore, Nixon Tdltt h ts eeJth. C, 1S3 50 tf
I A large mass of testimony proving the value of this B. PEIUa Market, Kohert Manuel, Elizabeth!

S jnost excellent medicine will be shewn to those whu :N C\y stoic un the Si :,'. alluee.aC Tallahassee, Jnnr 20th 1832. 4"- tt: : M'Kinzie, John R Mashburn, Samuel Braintrcc Cotton Gin.

S wish further information on application to Dr Hers- UQ c ito JUEtJ M'Clelland! Elizabeth Murchison, Alexander FOR S\LE-A 53;; Ji-au Cotton Gin, (Iron fi.

S tDtis, or to any of his authorized agents. -UT ILL the MEDICAL. Moore, James MVmilliii! John S. ,) from Dralnticc JlacuEictcry.
above medicine sold by special appointment nt' open a iu'\\ store at ,Af -ya
The '
S V V M'Iiitili]I, John! M. Morgan Richard j IIsep I I \v. KleinSt., Mark _
Forks oi'the Suwannec and VVitlilACCicl'ech ,
the patentee and warranted genuine. The uiiderbigr.nl have Ibrnted a partnership J.: tV. K will receive c-idtrs
I'EKKlNti. DRUGGIST. : about the urstof fcr May, Seih S. Michille Lewis De for o'Jjcr Saw Gics cf
-4 1: B. \crs .May next, tlicpui'pOi[ >cotrcrcixing ,
under the firm of CllKAVS & TllIBPE, lor tM- the above minufacture.
24th 1B31: 27tf. and forwardin Morgan, James Moore
Tallahassee. February ;, or purchasing cotton <'IK Elpcincc
of tie ltl brandies of the 10 1532 47 tf
I practice; ( ('relit sciencjf ( Juy ,
,''-- -supplying: thi-ailjjictiit rounlry \ithf:< (/cls. 1 hey in-: I N
REMEDY FOR IlliLUMATISM. tfiul erect!in ra store :nd'are.lOusc! and running a I ( m dicille. 'i'fu'y have on I 1-ainl an t'xtl'l5in'I Norman, 'rare Nut(all \\ illiarn B.-1TJNitbb 1
excruciating pain-the decrepitude and defor P'Jlllloat between that point and the lou n of MaiM.o-: ; is- pplof frt-hli medicines wliicli they \v;ll dtspojof -l" James: ). j fj\OJl SA LE.-A tract of land adjoir.ir .
TilE and the premature od! age, which are the iia, fio- ds or cotton purchased at cithu place will! trnrdcd t-<. on liberal terms. Their office is \Vehhvilie, O II -** Ihe own r.f ?.ioniiccilo in J-.ILrsmCo.,

5- Usual attendants: of the disorder, arc suffered by manx S. by them at a reasonable freight. Tl.oj v ill Jackson County. II 15. C'UKWS, Ogden Solomon i'ionda! and ir>\v iu the vcupanrev of Dr.r.f4i.; PO.taiiiin .

IfOiii despair of a cure, or tilt-appointment ill the efficacy ;'urrha.se cotton, links, and deer s-kins., ami ivi'll h.ivr. HENRY TUiri'E.AVebhville Oneil Cotton, OrmsbyMargaret I pwards cf: 4CO atit<-Persons \ahir! to

of the numerous pretended antidotes to effect: this .nMantly (in l'and niioxtcnsivea.sMMtineiiluf ;(Il'lol! | April 1 I I 'urcLct.-c v.jil: pit.:as e exun.ii.c the Lr.h, nnd [':-yi!

But thoie who have made a fair trial of alt cI'-'Ic,iptions, such as Prll\i iuns, Groctrttf, hard p die! up.derst7ittif. If not yclJ I,y (thc LIs; (f!VOV !

S DU.purpose.JEll 'S CELEBRATED LINIMENT, ,uid Hallow ware, EILli.-.h and Ameriran Dry-GoiHi!". p LUNG 1'ORTE, lor Sale. Afeu r Pressnal, Absolom Tope, Jacob t ber next ; iF.c? unders.!:ie.i: will .a'.e 40 ZCKSIsaiil.ir.d

azn-warc' Dni sand Medii-iucs, hats, h'atldU-s, Shoes : : I'illot, Monsier E. Potts, Cato I : last! off! in fr-ts, ai.cl will be < CVrd itt |/ubiteaucti' -.
C\'en in cases of toiigtaiidin. and of the most severe 'rockery and (!Ins ware, baIt, Iron, Stcc: ;, I\aiKi..- er r In :iu. em ui e xe<.!Ih-nt oaier ifAppiy olI'ii(&: Pippin, Solonttii Pcnnv, Jlalachi1'hihps I ; .n. '1 he tcrn.s and! time will h. ri-aHfr le c.ade

I character, hate rccc.ivcdcertain rrlief, and many haveS March I3rh 18 '1. :>of I 'zitejtj' to E. L1XS. / WilUam' S t J..n,wn. BF/1 TO:;& EilORT.allalasscc .
I }
been cured in a fiw days, some in 24 hours! as a num- :, ;'ltiiii,1ia, 1Ig. 14 IS33 !.2 $If.Superior t: Paris a.. C\ Scptc.-r.ler4h 1S32. 3if
her of in Ro ton and Mcirity: who were formerly : Pope, Sampson
persons testified leiTitoryoi J'iuriUii.! / i ; ( ilrridlic; L i :ricL J.1"riJ.I, for the K of
alllicted with Rheumatism. haeci\ fully S > hi (hallCer'T. of (iailsilen AMEN D. LLOCH, A
Certificates sire in the possession of the i'ropiie- .>euer.son rr County.BEFORE > J C"'UHY M. NiChOLSON Randall, Thomas Rogers, Richard CENT FOR j

tor, pn>\i'lg the most thorough and surprising cures \iyniraniof his Honor Jhumas Randall, Judge of Vrf : )J Rogers, Erastus S. Riugold, Mr. H.I1AWLEV: > rTACI3ICST..

this powerful LINIMENT. in cases where >erior Court for the Middle District of> ( .K.&I1.J.SHELTON.rOllindcfeii.: Rankin, David vs :
Other approved applications had utterly failed.DUMFIUE'S :Florida, May Term 1632.LodowickcUapItton .,ant will take notice that the above case S-- HENRY ALLEN, J

EYE \Y Arf i'.R Jacob ) JL \;comnienred, I by ; roc.r! of! Aluiclimtnt re- Stewart, Charles F. Shehee, John H. A L L I'crscns concerned in talcr nf-ti-e that Ibn

ror .sore or inflamed Eyes, gives immediate ease a :d (jPyburn and Didama his wife, IT appearing nablc to ihe la .t JM..y .crri of sid Corrr.U. Shepard, John S.-2 Salter Simon U. .ILlhis day levied an altarl.rnrj-i in tI.cal'et8 ,

iclief. On recent sore ,eyes, the effect is most salutufy. 'who was Didama StaplelonViIliamStaplelon )ii niHdavnto K. 'ALL, Strickland, Cain 2 Siiiirletary Bcnj. S cturi.able lu the next cturt of CoiEnirn PIeasiBJyer

.-Where the complaint has been of years standu.g; \ John AI. to the satisfaction !: rilFs Sea Searhsrsougb:iiliam! herman O. E. 3 ( ; and! Terminer, frr the town cf Apjialaohicot
Shannon,ttiid A I1wl i.\his wife, ; of the court, ;, stro house en 'Yac.rstr.r.11 at cccopifdtiy
and in some exceeding bad ca:1csthe most unexpected Sept. 19, 1 S. ?. 5if.: Shaw R. Sanders prt-sent
and desirable relief has been found an the use of this will) vas Amelia Sltll'lctonthat! Harrison i Martha J. Laj.jflde, as a grocery, and atljoiiiDg Daviil

e'e water alter every other remedy had Jilil( d. any ob Stapl.--ton, Seaborn Sta- :' H. Lothrcp, t.Lov'tAl. C.l\U'fl ON. Stow, Thomns ''. Spears, William V\ tfjstcr en the wes'Id' : G. FloyH.! on the tvfW.
persons who have used i it, pronounce it the best preparation [.Icton!, and Zeno Zcnathan, a .JaineiDefendants -, Subscriber will not amount from Sanders, \\ liiam Saxon, Henry LAPRADE,fll'ti: C.O.C.P.

for these complaints they have ever met with, ntt'd Sercuzo Minor, children in THE date, unless contracted pay i fv uny Iiini-ehfor a vrittn T AI'phchjrofa. 18hII ID '-"- 31

especially in cases of soreness or infiamalion of long .f-'Vm..Ftaplcton, dcccastt1, H the above Bill, oner. \\jj. B. M'CALL. Taylor, John-3 Thompson, J'mf2
ind'who sue by their next : are out of tin Sarah i 1)f JOhN B. TAYLOR-
Elauding. Price 25 cents a lottle. n Tallahassee, nuustl. 1832 51 3m Tailcy, Tradcwell, W. \. K.-2 r.
None arc genuine unless signed on the out side riirid\ and guardian WilliambtAp1etoi.Coniplainants. o Jurisdiction of U ..-m his friends and the I'tiblic, that .".:s.health is. SO

printed wmpj er, by the pole propiielor, T. KID iLIL the Court. It i is Ulmer, Phiii! >-2 :ir rt-st'rd,5as to cnTiblc him tn rc:ur.e hisprctesacn-
; NO'l'E.It
immediate successor to the !late Dr. W. T. Conway vs: J I ordered on motion V ai duties. Jtdy3OiS3fZOtf
i)9Court Jofm Stapleon; Lovit M. uf Gr. Y. _
No- ,
For sale at bis Counting over --- --'- -
LL iiii1eIi! .ii to he ( Iac of lie late B fttreet, near Concert Hall, Boston, and also by his special James, J. harrison, H. LathVarizer j Sr.liri- I persons : NOTICE.-AH pcrsoos
appointment (No 3. r p.-Defendants. J tor for com plain- S : Tajlor, for [puul.ascs books &.'. at his W 4r3lirlSTRATORT3: : the estate of Jarces&s*

S E. B. PEKKIXS. lnts,-tt.i\d thc said dcfenJants llrrcby dircted mid -ction.. \\ ill, v iihuut delay make jiayincnL to Ale&ars.Luokcniian : 'V'cstcott, James D.-2 'illiams, Henry Pister i nre required to present.'hero.iv.ly authenticatevri .

Druggist. rcql1ir'd to oppear ar.d nnSWl'r the Cumplainants Em k Craig of Tallahassee.3X0. \Villiams, T1JcmCls 'VfIi ta her, U. i:Lin the time prescribed bylaw.! -All person vtlebteil -
2Stf 1 f C6in11aint on or befllrc the Jst ISloniay! in lVt'm- TAYLOR, A m'r. \Vihiarns! '. immeilistftMypent.
Tallahassee, March 4, 1831. Joseph 'Vial'll, John G.-4 to vhc estate are uquesfed to moke.
,_ :ser, aflcr the date of this order, or th.xt in default nu-. 1, 1832. 50-tf. ,. thcriuglon, Z. G.' AVright, James EDIiAM DUDLY, Adm'tor.T.dhihassec .
S CERTAIN CURE FOR THE ITCH :'hereof the] complainants Bill be token wfcssoagainst Walker? 68*
A them the said Defendants. I'.ovidcd pro For Sale on Cmiisignmcnl. I : George G. [179 letters,1 I September 55th I8J2.
hour's application, copy Williams
inveterate, in one R. .
HOWEVER cold using Dum '.'t f this order] shall be inserted in one of the public IX: : weeks aficr date a pj.hcation will be. nwdeto
from taking ) Persons for S
fries' Ointment. This preparation, for pleasantness .eWt.plpers, printed at Tallahassee! nntl 1 published.herein 2C Sacks COFFEE, calling said letters will please! savj. t-e county rot:rt cf teen ccunty for letters of

and certainty, bland unrivalled once a week for four month. Vv huji is a"- 10 Barrels RUM, adveitistd. I. G. SEARCY, P. M. administration on the estate of Robert Heihr be c!

safety the expedition cure of this ease troublesome compaint.! It is orapid ,ordingly so ordered. THOMAS RANDALL.A 20 Boxes Marseilles Claret, Tallahassee, October 2d l 1332.rilAYEU !. .E3w said county dcreou, d. SA3IUEL C. WHiTE

r.r true 10 Cider -5- _. .. : 56"
cure this Copy, -- Seplr.rr.txir 25ih 1833.
as well as certain in its operation, as to _
-S. OH T LEN.-
hour's W II. ATHERS, Jr. Clerk. 2 Casks Brown Stout. 5,. From .
disagreeable disorder mobt effectually'in one application June 5th 1832. 42 4,'. J. W. KLEIN.St. ....# "'r1 '.1 S- the subscriber on the 2Sth of August FORA .Li.LE.
only near QUIncy, a large sorrel horse ,
r MarksJuiy2O, J 1332 49 tf ,
It does not contain the least particle of mercury or .N(TICE.-Thc undwsicncd hereby give notice .kzL ,i11'6" hands high ; both hind feet soreaU
A lll.JrI 7)'EGROES..
other dangerous ingredient, and be applied with that six weeks .
I may from the date hereof, they will apply .. "l .. l\L 7ne letiock-has all the marks of draft
perfect safety by 'pregnant females or to children at j lo the county court of Leon county, for l ltu'rs ota'lminisiration = 'J -i.7 ...(-, .,1 -Has been a horse of the first quality, but a is getting S I sell vahiable: *tract of Laid* :
the breast. ] de bonis non, on the estate of Alexander situated two miestast! : cfLakeJ3C
Price, 37 1-2 cents a box, with ample directions Adair, deceased. CfC. \VILLIAMS.Sepl.2 .WC1'ION 6% somewhat in years be--was rather low in ilesh. A liberal 'SIIn, and sercn miles 1';. E. Tallaliasste,*
reward will 5
DUMFRIES REMEDY FOR THE PILES! .t} IS.12. 56w L. A.'t'JH.IlP: 01\. -,-- information of said gheii horse so to any that person J him who will give '. sirable arid healthy residence, containing
: get again. one
The proprietor begs leave to recommend (which he r JOHN M'LAUGHLAND. five eighths of excellent Land

does with the fullest confidence) one of the most valuable AMERICAN HOTEL. WilTowcoorhce,Gadsden, October 2d 1832. 71V Ii uml rt'u and sixty of\hich is callivation. aBduo-DWU' :
S remedies known for this troublesome and painful dcr god fences on the same is a cmm iions 4

complaint.. \Vithoutgoingiutodetail, he deems it e- -.5- _. Auction: $ Commision business. &.WK; OF PL OKUM,29t S.pltMlr 1632. > in; House, Luiit of the same mateniq'a[ fiame.Gii 1
the most undoubted : mI1'YaIDWi11D SJ House, with a fifty saw Gin and runnicg Gear entire
Dough to. say, be has in his possession 9 testimonials that it has more completely an- T lIE SUBSCRIBER having- been appointed THE Diietlois having (ctiat. a imufciul of the ne\7, all the tIt. buildings! equally good 'T oocre tD,or

ewered the-purpose which it Is intended, than any AUCTIONEER for Fajetto County, : of this Bank, for the six months, ending twelve likely, able I oditdVwrkin< Hands,the

Other popular medicine, I oWers his services the Public in the Auction & Com the 30th Sept. inst.-of fcur per cent. en the capital with all the HOUSEHOLD vWDKlTCHElffW'lflTUREt

This remedy is perfectly innocent in its applicationstO.aII I --us UNT1l mission lU1inct's. paid in, hc same will be paid to the stock-hcldcrs on Horses, Mule, 'O.xen, ad other acd Cattle ih

conditions,. ages and sexes. Full directions, "E 'E J"f 110 pledges himself pay strict attention to all! business demand. S. 1'. ROBINSON, CasLicr.ujrr. .Bacon"a stock of I log?, Waggon and Gear! !J' ,,

S description of the. complaint, &c. accompany each I intrusted to him, and to attend to Adminutrators B. Persons having notes running in Bank, present years Cop of Corn and J Fodder, will Ltsbe.be.' *

/'packet, which consists, of two boxes. Ointment and Subscriber respectfully informs )his; friends, or other sales in the County. are required to curtail rcgulanlyat each renewal,10.percent on accoKmodatinz terms, by anplyiftjr, < i

Electuary Price," $1 for the whole., or 50 cents if THE the public generally, that he h, rented the His office is in the Town Ochesee, where he mayat S. from the original amount. S. T. R. Vashier. Thorn pscn, Esq. Tallahassee: or A. B. OtcrstreettAgent j

.5. bat one of the articles is wanted. I large commodious building on the We side of the all S times be found. 73w fur the Undersigned en the prewises. j

: JO None are ganninne kale/ signed on the outside Capitol Square,formerly occupied as at ern by John JOS. n, ETTON. ---.----- ELIZA OVERSTBEET.N.
,printed wrapper,T by the cole proprietor, '1'. KIDDER, Downer.. The House having underg e a thorough August 10, 1633 /.1' 8w FOR SALE OR R T.-The tract of land ou B. Persons wishing to purchase, can view

Immediate Bucceeaur to tbo tote JJr'I'. C >"w V.- repaii, will) be ready for the receptior t Boarders and 1A the subscriber resides, containing 800 a- ; at any tlnc. bynnpUinir as abcte.aug. .
for sale, at, his Counting Room, over No. 99, CourtS Visitors on, the 13th jnst. CAllD..Tne subscriber having now u large and cres. Tw o hundred and sixty-five acres cleared, .,lid : 14, 18.t8 52tCOMMITTED Jan.- P

street, near Concert Hall Boston and also by his i .' JOHN W. REAVES. commodious house, east of the capitol squarr, is under good fences. Their are eight acres of snrar- -. S '

fpeci&l appointment by. E. B. PERKINS. (No. 4)DiUJGCIST. ) : prepared to transact A GENERAL COMMISSION AND AUCTION cane ; 15 hundred bushels of corn, arid a quantity of : ( -To tlfe Leon
business, he hopes to receive a liberal fodder. A small stock of cattle;and' :
J. G.& N HA1'.iLEN .support hogs, would also I County jail 'on the.17th.April IS32, as away IIleI
from the public, and pledges himself to those who be sold with the land. The terms
Tallahassee, Afa'rch1Otb 183J.1'9tf. may for the land will be I is Dennis,
n Negro man w ho his 'name
HAVE just received by lute urrv- fa\'o'lr him with their IHIMUCSS, to ue his best efforts very liberal. Persons wishing to purchase will please that.hu belongs t TO' FARMERS J New-York. to promote their interests. J. WESTCOTT Jr. call and examine the I ,
S 'HIGHL.Y'IMPOR'fANT present crop,which i L?equal to any \ ty Georgia, he about 23 vcaJ"sofa76.5 'eet7 :
Ochcr2d 1831. in Florida the
situation is
sate nil the valuable 7tf pleasant aiuf hrotflt
as : 11is dress i is nhite Iromcsnuu I oo ,
4 .indiconsiItingo( Q JXJ) aereslytugonLake Jack- S Auction & Coiiiinission Business. any in Florida. r 'fER 'C."11 AIIKJ :. rour.d'Jacket, white cotton shin, and pan a bIackV0l'

con in Range 1,.west township two, north and'west 2000 Pair Negro shoca uud lirogans, Tallahassee, October2d 1S32. 7f i The owner is requested toprovepropcnIyPY C .

in Leon.County, Territory of Florida These lands 500 Pieces Negro Cotton Fustains, T llE subscriber having been ;rrThe* editor of the Cilttmlia Telescope, will and take him away .

prc not surpassed by tfny,in the Tuvilory, in point of WO' Do.: d- Pollen Cloth and Satinetts jKimted auctioneer for Leon ap- please give the above six insertions, and forward the JAMES Bn.YltX.Jr.Jail* :

.f rUhtoilf excellent and abundant tenter,arid forestt of the 100 Do do; Point Blankets, ser> esto the public in thcauction commission county, oflt-rs business. his- account to this office. P. C. H. Tollaassoe" ,April 17, lb'32. _jJIT ;
I : tttt, most substantial end,varied qualities of timber 100'Do.' Rose & Duffilc do.
r They touch the Lake on both sides,*)!.a Mr. 'Sheppard 20 Bales Domestic lie pledges,hinuelfto. pay strict attention to all ItJ OTICE.-Having been appointed :zec1ionecrfoi. JOHN
Sheetings & TAYLOR.1J'1 .
Shirtings & business intrusted him and ,L. < I
I who owns land in a neck)betwecnthem and i Us i 15 Dozen Wool Hats to J attend estate or other *'.'CMlco"Hfy, hereby oller my services to thoptiblic

i S I -S Lak; The subscriber. deems it entirely unnecessary i 500 .Piecea Stripe&: Plaid, Domestics sales in the country. His office is in the town" of Magnolia -, Tallahassee in that capacity} intend keeping an office iu 1foli..jV!}y 14/f./ .
where he times b of which ;
uil\yntril1 S S well to lpcak515x1 known to commendation of these lands as they art : .150 Do. .. Bn.ggi ; March 13ih 1832. SOtf" B. BYRD. intcrem, any business left with \ ". R. 1..-Wellfordivill WILL practice lit'.he Counties'of 1 .

." I of.Ta11haIse.eVeryenterprisiligar.an in the, vicinity, : ::4: .O.:::- 8l\LE.-Th'c meet with prompt attention. R. J.I1ACKLEY. Dec-aur: Early, Baker, Dooly, Lee, SW1" (
| From New-Orl the PUBLIC remainder of the furniture October 2d 1832.. and Stewart as beret.D"
S k .Persons wishing: purchase can know the particu- aus, by SchoonerS LAUD AM AN will :e offered at public 7tf Randolph, Georgia, 1
lars" to bo had NATIVE SS auction f f re ; all.l. in the vComiUesof Jackson Fay'eW'
necessary ; addressing the subsoil onMondcy the 1st day of October next.-The Administrators3'' C
.4 I t 'ftt Montgomery'Alabama.i '. 160 Bbls. WHISKEY sale.will be continued froni day to day, until the whole Sale. Garden, Leon, Jetierson, and at the4pP3'

.t, S $, :V -:' S STEPHEN W. HARRIS. I S 50..Half do. old dov; is disposed of. C. C. W ILLIAR1S,, .n i a special; ) Act of the Legislative Council pas- cola Bay in Flori: a.,

.. ; 'iugust 28th 1832; t fri 100 Bbls SuperfineNC\w Wm.. WILLIAMS. aed on tbe.22d January last for the relief-of the April 17tli 1832356ni' !
S .
Wlieat FLOUR
r. _. S G.EDENNION. heirs of the estate pf Isaac GTtague DecU It
Blov Cs Steel Saw Cotton' 100 Coil 'BALE ROPE, S S Will be sold before the Court House in' MoKticeUo. Jas. JD. Vestcptt Jr. & J. P.M BO
o- i: Gins.Subscriber .' 4 100, Pi ces Heavy Kentucky BAGGING S .Tallahassee, September 25th 1832.; 6tds. .
S on the fourth Monday in October i'tJI. the real
S. SS Lhs. AVE formed Florida.residsnceof t
.0,000 MiddUngsfit a Law partnership*n
BACON" IluitLtL estate of Isaac G.
S m it II Teague
HE' S .5 Hhds., Canvassed '' dec't.-Coiisisung of thglbfmer i& inTaHahassee a.uw. '
has an assortment :I 50 'B&tei&itegs Richmond fLfcMS; FRESH GOOD-Just .-eccu'eJ by Bri Thacher' S Sixteen Town.Lots, the latter at West Point, App lachicOIa B ar.

:of Blount'i best 6 ell Saw Cotton XJ' ins, assoru. ,r S "20 Do, Porter and J1LE, TOBACCO. of snprfine.Broad Cloths, Cass m i, with'their improvements.. And ,on' the Monday Co fol. ness eptrusted to-them in any of Uie conrU ,CzP1i 1
( *ize8.from 3Ot, ,71 Saws, wiuch>ill,be cold Cas'sinetts Hate Boots Shoes &c.
atJS'Bf i.. '. IQJDozen Collins* & 'Cps. i Coffee,:'Whiskey, lowing Magnolia',one Lot and aomfortable..j or the adjoining Counties of Georgiaor 'Alabe '
; 62,2k per saw,on a.Qredit until,Uie,first day ol J ml.;: '.J.JOQ BAGS.SHOT. _' \,, .Ruraij Co niac Brandy 4 :good wines, Mackerel, Store situate on llroad-8trtd. S stnctlyattena dto. Aug.3d,.1831. '

"Y .%S:, odre t>onsiblepurihascrK.- .,. :. .5 5 Herring.-and.many other articles which we wish the I .The terms o'sale./ will be ma'de known on the r
0, S : OLANK_ BILLS Oj' public' to.call and examine for'lhemsclves. S. days !
.aEiJAMIN.J3YItD. LAjJ.N : "Presh oT Sate' 'D(1bEilt.AN.respecif
: 'WM. ; r
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:i 'Z'fUOliMy2,1832.. ., ..4J :..:'.{f S t ted und.for.aale..tJihs Officb. J Drugs and Medicine.! S D. WILLIAMS, & Co. S 5' 5 5 ) 5.' : 'inisttat'. .. Ci iI
. S x r. : $ '. ,
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4" ., w' M5orthz1q S S '
< 4tt832j. '
5 .5 '- -5 .5. ,,' S 'J 5 5 ptmc S S 41..t. -May 1st,. 1833.. : Umi. .Tallahassee and the"Country; :

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