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: November 13, 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
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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Tuesday .Mornm at influence to be affected. with Cholera.but. iC4.

p ublislederery! Five month surcharged with Jhe. 'effluvia_ and excretions'
m a v.
r do 11 wr5.n advance- : .anating from the bodies. of the sick, its
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will be discontinued unless at option noxious character :mal be
o pspt'r "LAISSEZ OUS 'j."AIRE. greatly ( .nfed.
are paid.Adrertisemcnt3 Every thing which tends to
Eiiwr, befilre -- _- _. I purify the atmosphere V
III",1. will be conspicuously inserted at se- ------H\ although it cannot destroy the t'Iolera

.fife cents per square for the first insertion, and -_aiW Q. WU1LQ )irQ Jl WJlQQ mi 1T' ? tBm 1 Oi tD9 UQtt'\Y.Q l Ui ..: IV I IV influence which,exirfts in jt, op rate nuM ben*,

**I*. continuance. All ad-. cficially in diminishing intensity and .vic
ts'filr each subsequent : i. .- A '1 \t :
0" oIt 1 gton ? v < ul.ttuu .Versa. This is an axiom worthy of cons,der
will be continued until forbid,unless other. 'dta'L p | in daily :OIlUltuIirUUun .

,' yneflt8 A )1',>G th*" great variety of goods received in this RuM ur. p.'rrrISONJ with the disease, remains lor a month free Irom ation, and one which cannot be too f>rubly,

orJered.Te the ::City, this season, and which are nfiered low for JEFFERSON EDICA ( OLLEGE I the disease, and in one night fifty-five of those impressed on the attention of .municipal 1 au., Vlioritie.
communications ,
pst3ge on all letters and to cash, then will be found, at the new stoic of the subscriber who.before appeared prooi against 'it, become *. Its truth has been sufficiently: demonstrated -

nstbe paid, or they wilI1not receive allcnETre N >. 3 1 Exchange-street, a choice lot of fancy DEAR Philadelphia, Sept. 3, I832M J i. afLcted 'J From Newcastle the disease I in this coul trj.where cities seemed"to ; ,
tdi.or "loths and Cass y 1'ARNLCHAELYiurIetttrot the
m men- suffered
passed into Scotland. It did more, or less just in
'mn. 23d of \ugu.-t, would hate i len replied hefore rtake the line proportion

Super blue, crape Finished,Broad Cloths, thi.- lime, had allovved of road to London, along which the hundredsare as cleanliness been more or less attended .
atuhiWl ICU to announce my engagerient ,
\ to. Neither
do. Velvet do. cordon
but it in northern direction a sa\ilairr,. nor
but parsing a
has goes
been much'
SL.P1: M. WIU'l a.. a Candida to represeulJDR I'attnt finished (West of England) Black do. my >o occupied with the .the strictest quarantine regulations, will
j along route followed
by the tens. Had err1
cDi. iK the ;: t'onp" "1'. do. line Olive, do do do. architects, builders, &c &c:., knd other matters the extension of f
Ida prevent the cholera
; ii. hem f'vcr. in its ross, continued asphyxia;.
V do Cinamon Brown, do. conncti d with son Medical pro! kf-pt up a
:TtJh.l1.L'. Hot; tie Green, do. (wnich I College, t huin ; had it, ;is it travelled north, affected but a rigid code of rules for the cleansing cities -. V
1 Hiv S him and sale am gladte s ay, gpts'on mot prosperously and
S1 a most
: i-pacKCs Saxony: blue do. the rigorous enforcement ot" th,
towns and villages situated itsrour.f ,
Ilarclll1ltit 8 PI SI. .-- arks lor lie reception ofn Lavender Drab, and Dove colored! Casimers ,) that I have had every hour engaged. along by a vigilant ot
I system police, al'hough it
the fict
for and Uu ,. ill nakcfrTau&fleti Moreovt 01 its being propagated by the may
(If t-luj'n t.nt > silk to answer about
fct rt\f'c; \mctynf Vesting our inquiries cholera
n -
(new pattern) ) net the disease from V
*.! 011 c.dl! \er}' ; hen th.y I are a 1 t.\\cd to Flat I.andkel'rhiefPU1l'gee tio. l i is! no matter. On/ the nature aid few, rather tha the many, could not be (>rou :ht prevent manifesting it>.!'.
easy will have '
noo r.siiin: the *nnx to any I I' the i.llom: 1 :; \\ hue and fancy cravats, i forward a: un evidence of its not bring dependent a most decided and --alutary mfluetce -
treatment ot thi.- disea-e the
Lt",11tot "-trI. ins, Ch.iriesu.n, L'auimoie, 4 Dozen tine fashionable linen shirts 01 inedt- of mitigating its maligiiily,. and saving'fT9in
contagion. the fact is, it did
Pdt\- -l'rlwIJc.w'(', Livijp'i 1 or i lux re.TMgnnunis do do Bosoms, cal men arc much divided. In offering an opinion upon i it* ravuges thousand of vi.-tirns. V

Ie: ali <:, they will charge 2J j t.e: cent Gemlemens' silk & Merino halt hose, therefore, It i i't neccswry to refer to the not pursue a ontmuuu line. From Alnwick II What art the ; .

Ol\f"nHt" 11 soles! and will be lesponMlkie! to thf do Cotton and Angola! do opinions of others. I I it takes one leap to HadrJill tol., a distance of r Causes which op'iate m tc.V
must beg at the
fct BrrS jor :;iyli: >sSfcjM.
** ,,A lee I 01. :U-ir 1 pall afActir.e) IIIHU'UIIC"C.uy In addition te the al'O\l' the} tiller a splendid nss.rI I ._. .L, most. .. distinctly. dicbim" .. any attempt, i I toNvus and country without a single: The subject of atmospheric i .fl'i'ncs in
". 2 I' I 2if --- -- case .
-- Having remained for
:.-: ; lCM ryle, the W'Jl.ld materials which they \\ur. epidemic. 1 hall coOtt'lit 'i.l. -({lf""wilh statiiijf; a short L ;fat e; is one on which science haa
Ii t h'eI \ t ( i rant to te: o' l'U l- II l!io\\n, Cinaiu- and Olive Dress Co.tts do Frurls wi -mall town a l lew iuile.. di-tant from it light. Even cn..lui"'tr.-
.. in a north -
d mind
to u from
ge> o readin, and Irom in her
l ri-jClK t >ii.TX..LOii 'tnlatiii.! Te,and for sale, do i'ant" : silk Velvet Vests, Florentine silk dim my el n direction, and there its are dread triumphant progress, unveiling - iVw.tUufcous: : Valein. and .Marseilles, all ol wnich they will Sell ni} personal observation of the \h-eao.e both in ful.1 ravages has of late years done, the most unyst'-rfoua

1 HIM Chl"* fil t'.1 toward Street FLOUR, low for ca h. R. fi. & J. B. BULL this l'OIlIlIIII, i i.urope. i tler no cldiiii tom of natilie's arcana, has, in her
:>lus is milr.s inquiries ata
ii 1oACKEUhL, ovcmber22d 1S31.) 14ti' elburgh only live from the cityOi
i, < flgmpt.ly my observations, for most 0: this subject, failed to elici-
* HI RRlI\Gfc*, (Susquchana,) jLdtiibutgh. It I any satisfactoiy ex.
") dt thei" be t f I'ld uith : occupied principal by _
may certain inodtficatioiis of the
; .
:\h :ALT, WAITED: fishermen, whoo'r Ci1U; P. No medical inquirer
:iI s bring th. fish
tCOO(' 1 w A< C->. lJ AIV':b (superior,) : i i. the works ol others. every doubts hut that the intermittent :m.J remittent
lnvli 11o'.lllug tt. 1 punhaSc.'I.h corn, can )have ,YD as WW I&aLi: OtI': aIcdii.14 You r, qu, t ni) -IiiiLfl on the following : into i'.dinbtirgh. Now, although[ Ir I fevers, .n this V
} country, are
.. . hundreds. of thost produced by mafah ,
. fin. f .taRiar : with t. wotutn were in the daily!
' r > y .nl1g111111 1'
p r1'. t'c- '. I'. 4 topi.Iud to them observations. shall .I.wCOlifilH'd. na. Vut, th'i dilFerence between .
a healthy atjiiosphere
I. f' \ l' lia hIt of "I-iung Edinburgh, of them coming
h f H J.( El. 11 .i..a D D. from tli- nousea many and one charged with malaria, cannot -

: \ I 3t)') ,.'t ...l a .tve I.,* a.a- | .\ I.,. I f.holeia A"phvxii; 'J very occupied by the dying b. detected the
oontapious by most chemical
and th-- lead care'u
: ; d's' l'Nt a"d ntinucito IH Fl.J: ; although, in retailing their tish
ji.td: II j : 'F Y..i aj 2d. \\ hat ('cause its 'i I. analyai-. It is in
\ transact his busii-ess :u FK .: Adtiud ttt: 4.1 \ QCDU 1i. operate in production tiny e..fc-r the dw 'llm > oi the inhabitants of 1 just '-o cholera. J-\cts fur-
tflt' ;
: '. w said Fxlw.'iL It. GiL.-on, anre- "* iiS j. ", I-. a.. t :..1I".to' 3d. \\ hat system of treatment habeen the ni>h the mot unq'i"tionahlu idence to

P I SL.. mtfil' jujv"':ii, ind th .se person having ,,. \, r"C'hc.ry V are, found most MH i e.-sful ,' city n.ihougii. the .ntcrcourse waunin! prove that where thi dioa ex;>t>, tht state
hunrt' I I- .s. ir.-ti i'i "; li V tel ruplul, -.till it was many months afterward* V
cq.JiSt'd lu ;
.II11 toi You will
prestM ayrt-e uith me, I am Mire, that theqnetton of' tiie attno.-phert red hut in V
.s a1 ; what
' Ll T,1 ,
7 01 i les
J. fj dear befnrt'.i
1bcribtr Tallaf.aNM-v.titr! pa\men: ( ( and piime,) sjnglc ri: "c of (:cholera wi inatfd in
tE M.HK I I'Ui IIL"i: S. 10 r he.s. MACO;, whethrthe lient i>, nr i-. not! c< nalthough tit:. city'! of j ilirti iirih. hi.-1' t. indivi- alttration consists, wn. ther electrical/ magnetic -
true o
jaU.1" !', T n r J 16 .. lc32.Coiiwisoii. I f 011( Bbu. 1'rcsh LOUR, t tad..lIs 1 it may appear, to a mind m- dual wo.ltJill.r ( or other ehanc.-, is altogether problemati .
50) fclla. UlilfclvEV in udinhurgh, wern attu<'k'-d, .l
'- tH.'t"ftomrod .
V the i'1\'t..t
to ,atijri of medical K; ill.
Stortit -lId : :; &c. :0 ilMs.; >. HUM, unt ue."e persons had slept .It .\selburgli in
truth, of solution III.
.' 10) Tierces Cheese :ne easy is, in reality one .i' Symjil ws O"il Treatment.
the : cid atm(>>ph 'r" winch auffipluiitd ( t cn :-
.. s c'i'
I.4re aid) }
r. i.- C.IIIe '
r-i IK are- f'all ofheis the difficult The
30 Bls.! AiACrvEIlEL.. nio t to decide, on syimltflo) -\iiich precede an attack of
1111 i' sIiu: .uitl d 0r the calls e of their illuc .
1)111; t I j.rc'-ari| tootH re- !
t \ L'-Cu'l' 'i ON, or 4'iher .uce on r* 3 Bales Osnalmrghs, pbilosnpliical. I principles.he j MIlS Cholera asph\ xla. qp.v m different ca-ses, z. .th(
;T. pro orTui.o 30 D. zcn Bo.tk-d Cider ,. f urn -lniiigh, the cholera parsed not to V 1
j in that
I I niscf. "hir-h bring into. existence: epidemic srverit an" in tuci.mJinuance..
LoU' Liverp.mi iialt, iu Sacks and in Bulk Ednburgh, hut to Kinkintiilock, a mail townsitu.n anoino
L S' TCt.;.s Id or shipped, and all Cummis-ion diseases inst-inces: ..hu M'th! 1
( .1 ; c I M'AYL'S o' various kinds, operating as they do, on prtr- d the is It-ranged; tor s"v-
canal which unites
Eu"I t'' :rlh: .uuMtd tn. lie *> Ix'iis a lire ., I' ; lrsh OLIVE OIL, \tieulnr (Il -'riet. suj'ct! all the members of eral! weekbefon* they mptnms whicSi char \
jar r..Lt':. Kl) \\ Alto) fc! .IX AS. Fntr or Forth to the Clyde i his little town
VUTTER CHECKERS, those communitie-- to their influence. acterise the disease manifest themselve InoIOUl
EliIft IG t-3: .! Thr-y '
ahll.I:' \ I" 9 if Lard; Uu .er, bas a population of about 5000 souls. It i i-i .
And (\i-t, hoxvoiM ill the haine distrn t, in variousdegree. I ( rare cases, until within a few hoti'r of ,
an addii i< n s' -\\' nt ;sinilcs i from the city of Glasgow, inn north-; ,
iIiIi.- .- of intensity, nn inten dependent the t. tack, the gelJf';al health remains"Mcctcd. .lItai-
II ( mUiIDalJ i-1 'ty on I e tdirection, and is occupied almost ex.lui :
Q t
1 Which wul. .. I pall'ula.) local cause.iNow, the fact, which I But althoiuli this} ds oceaionlv
-s 'rnuciu, :rc offered ex :1 i\ 'ly utaver.:, who dre emphm-tl by th
TrIf IM"r, t' .. t .I" ;ill tock oods.I4 I t"'m'l\. lo1ilr C.lbt ., i7'i O.V, c.r IIJ1JJ! ::. I admit, whi< h lias boon so ni'ich m-isted on nappen! it in ) be proper to observe (m/ premonitory j
oi Glasgow. i he
( tit- j. : : f. itt l :il1, h.ufCOMMISSION V tI111lia, Ap, il :Jd i I Jo.i2. 33 if. 1 by the rontuginnMs : that it i i. a communi- symptoms in at least nm- y-nin" c;; II common ;
:11f'12 .h.H1.) 'f CUs. 'i : LltY, an very 'aWn t between Kinkintiilock.! and Glasgow isf
occnrmjce) for .-,'\'e-ral members of Ihe in the hundred precede the attackof the ch-1-
: ; BUSINESS. a t .jcharacter the mt fivourable lor th: pro- I
Storage .s. Cojitriiisaion 1fiisiiiess.F same $family to be attacked; itllllO..t sunilltanco era asphyxia. .
In aouiu r .ilmr) .,. I )a;Uiun III l a contagious disea.-c, hundreds of
I prt-c-nt 'lI1111J" ti is btulUinc, 'sly. .ith cholera, cannoti"\ received 3.evi- These symptoms consist of lassitude, a.
thrjr; arr about .u tf. CI sdcus anij ti'.u>e.-> lorla: i \\tt.'ers; being in the daily habit of'visiting
1JIIuln: ,u..cds, $';". tir :.".ra t', t j"ir buildir.rcrl'- uf'll'e oi its 'bcina a eontagioiH di>ease, nil i f.iag.ow! bringing into the varehoii-ses the \ painful sensation in the region of :he atom i-ri, V l

WM :iie-.n' i'll'lttttJ' }' L15ll.. f ,.pt.: TIeyrt's.: titu.I .' the m tubers of the funnl, having lived .:nder cloti have tmUhed and with 10 5:4 of appetite occasionly nau ea and diarrhoea. .
tliny returning
h 'b'U S slmrim ,!ublir patn.ua, and t p ed;e hem t influence; ot' tilttIIU' pn'-di-po.ing 'all t::. Of all these symptoms, the las .* I

kites I"a &Irttl }t'rli'l.turc' taU'u 1fljSi I/1S l'lItl'U- a zcr1Ii t t.O" er- a : .1 -LF ui. This <-nu 'e iriav lH' prosrnt in a lu" hor i.ev weh:. Thfre was no quarantine t la..ed the one which vii!. be 'bund the most re nl tr ;
1d It tkw' are. .n. ii'. ..dious Jie-lJousr I Ii 1" degree i I, on ihis kind ol intercom: but it was fufTered
i ) n at< mn < n of and it i is .
intensity in the location om, on the exi.-tence .f which ;
MAC: .\-}\:DER.. 1'' os f'r the pu:jK>s "of pakins c-,-jon rind skin*, and of their I! to tontmite without any restriction-. The n
f.rtuo[ : COL. JOn: GAMBLE dwelling, than in other houses in the doubt can exist either in the mind ot zto
) (Clmllltssill Cotton fur .shifiru n u will lie in ra- t-\-
np} webs which rimshe.J in
ji'Iifj i, R.tL'l..i.._, f Jei ersi
i hase Gorton or make liberal adxances on ('.ttnn sortad much better solution, or i)0| farts than refor- stances, litera'ly brought trom the very houses TO TRUSS TOO SraO.NGLY' OR. TOO V
wiui ,hcni for >hiDniim in lho T* S. A. of l ('hnlerW")4Iients.. Xo fiiMiijlion wa= .
tnany tar V rio I ornF
J.S1S-'LomloilLl1" \ ; Gadsden Their charge for storage is 25 rents a bale by the sa- c\piiin 'hy they have : j plo) cd, but thvy were at once sent out to betauihuured .
J.J. iDA\lS, f son, Inch they do not exact if they become the pur- been allected when their nei hhotirs have es FACT. THAT HOLER \ ASPHYXIA I ALMOST INVAU1ADLV -

CC.-LL ". Bit I\nF.X Tdllailassei histrs. They have a num1>cr of first rate vessels m- caped. I' and sl"wed.Yas. there a single instance PRECEDED BY DI-RRHCEA. ere Ito

'11I .8Varl- -. :!v. 1 WI3, : 4G ,.f'I r ;ed tofr ih' fur ihrin to New Orlean New Yk: This: view of the subject peifectly i phil. .I occurred amongst th** manufacturers: spoak simply from my own experience and

and Charleston, and they will to freight receiving their webs, the femalewho
encase carry or t.im- observation. I should that this
I premonitory
sophiral and be say
( b'ritJ 7-; *. HrC1lt to those places as low as any vessels in the trade, u.ay tippoited by strict and .uuiired -oc."pdtihcllI' tb mal! ronfinedroom
:III ir iS iievtr abstnt and that the
and no charge will be made for lightering of Cotton logical I rea ol in!. Let I MS illustrate ihi bv -ympton more
ii ATTORNEY AT LAW -* ill u inch cholera occurred ? Abf one ciinracteristie 'eatup* of the
shipped hy them. J. G. & N. I1AMLEN. taking a nei hlC1JI hood where the common in- I rompltint nrve+

.I|\| ILL rautejflleCouri) of this District; and 'a '., ( V .9, 1P32. 8-f. termittent fever of tl,.j prevails ..dl'of fin( lf ins'.*, ce. Gl.i-jzrnv remained perfectly ex ibU: th LUIS clue* ui'0ut be i..,; preceded by

Jarkv.n! County \Vest Florida. His Ori;>1 coiintry f lee fl urn the disease for nearly six weeks diarrhoea.; But, allhougn own '
t n j the members of ihrvt af-I my cxper :lett
ffirrsi-iBStnt't, p.sitc that of the I lltfrisrer.RAll i :'I ..d 11) A'a i.'i It.-T1 subseri"erofIrs particular neighbour :
: t fa it had appeared at Ki o&ock.: and
; hood ; ; : would warrant me to make ths: assertion, I
instruments of I. area liable to be atij.'Itpd'itlt interiivtti-nt
writhur, will be iitttjQfl l f r sale htr huiistand l..s in lie tow n t fi 1
oiJI.tl", fo'nr"n, t to I'jMr hal accuracy. V ..ry, (;ad .tt n county. It is an excellent stand :.or fever, yet all! are not attacked. In certain fa- i U did] appear th' re. it wa-4 quitevidcnt that it If have certainly heard of a Jew taxes, and the

"o\'S.: Jw'" t'. 1 IH29. :iatt.ALK business ; & has-been 'long ail attvinacotis1ykitown! milie, not H --ing'e' rae* occurs, in others was not introduced direct!;\ from that \\'::. authority i cannot question, in whi,-a ther> ha*

p R A farn a. a h'/use of puhhc entertainment. Alsc, a quarter have you I I j'he lart of its fir-t appt'al ann! in Glasgow-i I been no premonitory diarrhoea, but wheu tOg
: containing 400 acr'5, pood I nf first l-md 80 cultivation one or two cases, and in a third, i
1'i.'fl. awnit VVCtjOfl rate having or acres !- every rather remarkable and I
I M v 1 a one, am not aware tient h..s at once been -cized, with the
p nee-
.' 1).tl'arn'&, 4'1 hi'h l is < member of the i is attacked.
!"I uit' pen immedmtely! aljiruiig the town with the family The mo.tdetermined I
$" railu
.wnijM-ly a r k y.un. :: ngro men, won.an and chil-i I'C cattle, with household 1\- ki'chcn furniture. Forierm?, .hereall pretend on ,the spot at (the time the occurrence took 'd aindat! immcdutery; by the atae of j jculiap
I.hlr} :s, mules cattle) : say, are affected, they mile affected '
; and
: hogs, i.y.en, John K. Tallahassee 1 attest the facts of theinvasion.
't:{'n, uh apply to Campbell] Esqr., or to place, can particular .-;c.
,1 wcJk] crnliu he1"1' (If c rn and f.Jttt"r! ; lI mm the M bscril her on the premises, SARAH HULL. through the inudiu of contagion, yet would I In disease llo !
I-.rtennl', ftl1ll1vtn'r. C. C. \t.. iW ii.4 be no the symptoms follow precisely 1
BlisLaKsec Tallahassee! October 9th l"S32. 94m. .jtis-t as philosophical! : to bring forward such
or to the After the disease had remained the order
s-ubsrribcr living -n the fact stationary in same in each particular! case.Th" ;
f that
a to : intermittent fever
? prove i.- a contagious -
.1 JOH\ L. VICLEILS. Kinkintiilock for about six weeks, in one niuht i symptoms, I hve above detailed
t-triVr -
6U generally
) F32.i disease, as t oneludc. that from the circumstance -
2 tow 3 It -truck K vm-dock, Patrick and 1
: Glasgow precede an attack of the cholera! a phyxi t;
.\ECr flR' above stated, ef its not being: un- PUlsl. Tho- manner in which these towni i but ail! of these
-By virtue: and in execution of the u-ual for several members of the ) symptom are not to be considered -
\1' .iU ame
.-I a 'd ''vu*"' "l "f Jonathan '' liomis del familyto aie connect d by water complication, is rather j as necessarily existing in every ca' e. .
.. be .itiacked
!haJl : with cholera thJt its
I"I' x. f<> "''li' saje, In-fore thc court2fl contagiousnature I rcmariiablt, and seems to prove a fart much 'i 0 illustrate! the usual course and of
,. Q..il' Con. ', is demonstrated.In I progress
t ; .1the. 8lh : of De-
tEXt, 1\' '2." k A M ny insisted on by some writers, as to the tendency the disease, I shall suppose a ed e. A. B. i
n "IIOJ. l. -;l trncf "r quarter Investigating the question of the conlagioiis which cholera has wateiCoUr.C. I
( ''c Jjp "l>rtl1 vcst quatttrof ,cc'JD to move along I, l becomes affectedwithout assignable cause, 1
dt .
Thill! land In U"'UnUlIl- "'"rtl* nf ranpc f-ur, wcM.8lluated or rion-i'outagiou.s nature of( the cholera L.p The canal, on the bank of which I with a iechtig of lassitud* and an indisposition .

F\'t o within a mile of lhf flourishing asphyxia, I have endeavoured to divest my Kinkintiilock is situated, about five niiles from :J1 o exertion ; the_ appetite before good f.iils ; "
rJ l. I\ryl\ld! '.fr(eralood quality.pu [ .- mind ot every bias, and after much rt-fl'-ction I tHat town i i. : sensations &Jt
"n'ran' "h.! lius '" the Th.? RaCES over the Tal- conveyed by an aqueduct across uneasy are in lie region of the
to ,, premiseih on the subject, and having had extensive the river Kelvin. under the t stomach
op- Immediately : they scarcely but
\ amount to
ne \|hu ; aqueduct
? m;'y ish t>i Purchase.lrrediy lC1hw i ourse lt t annual pain
Ofl11; Uir VJ t meeting portunitieh of observing the disease, both in tho village of Kelvii.-dock is sItuated. produce an iudiscribable feeling of sinking ia .Ii

day f ..jjp, 1832 Europe and this country, I have been led to Four miles below this, on the river Kelvin, is the epigastrium. i'he bowel -romr irregular -

G'dJljtn ,ntr. .BANKS-. ". ., ECflAM, x'toi. the decided conclusion, that it is not contt gi- placed the village of Patrick, and a mile lower t and a diarrhea producing from two to ,ten,
_. !lrr 61h J .i I 26w ILL comnii i. ,111' cdnesday in De'f' ou, in the usual of that
acceptation term. down, the Kelvin empties itself 'into the riverClfde. or even more dejections tiaiU super'titica.. _

TT Planters. i-eniber, ( t I'Jth.j and continue our days. 1 hall. tatc very briefly, a few of the lead- *'ive miles below the mouth of Kelvin The patient is now in .a .tale.ul. the redfnst_
I ii.tl t.y.-.torlty Club 300, three mile'
>R -Vv; J... -4 1.iuia, iilrance 4O.b&.crm. purse I ing facts on which my opinion; as to the non- the rivet Cart, on which Paisley i is built, V j jrtopard By energetic and judicious med

4'd&11S0._.. ol'llPr Hipper, SkMnrrrf COI j f'l, Bqilers. .. dai,.-$2UO, two mile heats, entrance $'5..fly. ( contagious nature of 'he cholera rests, and I i: enters the Clyde ; and two miles above the i ical treatment, he may yet be snateL from

PfCt'1140, 10 Jlnir IIQrSf Mill J airni: i ScoopsBrrroA II Tii,. <. .-.>luU,- one mile heat, entrance 10..- think they will be con-id .red by you as satisfactory entrance of the Kelvin, the city of Glasgow is; I i I l the grave ; but, he literally stand* tin t.ie; very

railmV. 1Aptti1 ree .'Jr an) .i-rbC, Mare, or Gelding in the United: and coticluMve.
I114.n lctt-l States Lti.jCC' lo the ruies and orders of the Club. situated. Cases of choler occurred in a single r brink of it-not an hour, no not a momeiil, i lobe

t? tf 1 At ;Fourth flffy* purse will be con.posed of the entrance I. Let us take a short review of the pro- mgtit tn all tdest places. lost. If you would save your patient adopt "

STCUEAGEad monuy Und the gate money of all the four day. a. gresof in Great Britain. I may pre It is unnecessary to reason on these facts, the scriptural maxim, "What tl
One u.ile heals, the bet in five, free for all Horses, mUe in atating, that as 1 write only from me and it would be quite foreign the object of see that thou doutit qt* -kiy.!! We aha; KU >-

4. .'.itiou to his, old \\rt reholJsc.the .he their winning apj-ropriate horses weights of the and preceeding the loosing days horses carryii.g to mory. I cannot be precise as to dates ; thesc, this l letter to do so. To my mind, and I should I po.e the patient is neglected, and truce its

i ,.I hi! however, do not affect the The think to the mind of case'through its In'
"13 rrC'ntly.r-'ted 't spacious 1 build- be allowed a deducinn of six puunds from their ap- argument. every unprejudiced person progress. some instance, \

feet, lorrcceivincotton ? nd' ?oods. piopriate weights; aud all horses thai have not rUllon disease firt made its appearance at Sucder- they must be considered as perfectly the diarrhea continues t for ten or twelve days*

\ lc& O'm1w-r TIMOTHY t'CARTY. the preceeding day to carry their appropriatew land, and although the communication between "onclu ivp.. If my .space would allow- me, ]I before the marked symptoms of the disease -

97Th} 1R31. I9tfORjj tights.} that (OWl' and the adduce facts to establish the exibit themselves ,
j en per c't. will be deducted from each purse for the neighbourhood was perfectly L- might special r gentralry however tiia";

: HAWKINS use o// the Club.JdrThc I open and unrestricted, it remained confinedto noucontagious nature of Cholera I ball on term of its continuance co '- not exceed j'Jrtyeight --

IL 'vk I E11 ou l1alI I : membets of the Club are requested tr the town tor some months. From Sun er- ly state one. In India it is by no.means an hours ; and, in ume indtiinc, inopatlio :

.._ I."lcfa.; ( a | AAiariann inteL, ai the Club loom on the day proceeding the lla- land it nomic '
'HUllt.ry 'i'; ;s 1 1831. 2"lt. 'uti th 18th December. moved to Newcastle, and what is a uncommon occurrence for a regiment comingout symptoms of tl.c thechoiera .s-' '
(. ces king ay ; THOS. BROWN, most! remarkable tact, and worthy of particular of the Cholera district, some of the men: pb>xia come on m six or eijiht hours ahn "!tho .

tSPJ' 14'\ .Al'LL.,1, Olll Stc'ry 4* Proprietor. observation, although the town of Gates- effected" with the disease, and many of the first diarrhoBal discharge lo genera], ii.earrhcea n- .

:<1\ ULLYijforjjt i the ci- Tallahassee, Oct. 9th. 1832. 8tf. head, is only separated from the town of Newcastle others conveying its germs, to enter a large continues until the mott- .(:hut. V i ri .

<[ 'faIt1ai.4 I1U" by the river i'yn&, the disease existed i in camp. Yet although one third of them maybe features ot the disease present, theme its ,kWH tluH ;
S. 2. 'UI ktt 111, 1'' ), L1:0H the latter carried off but the mellil'a1 l '
.. I place for nearly month before a whilst encamped; although the practitioner must rtcoJJeci (iiattais _;

_'.1".trla nlay r ilia''If'.f'utl\ Jli" (ItfJ'e next dill r tu I. ? i '.., u '*. V AI *f; uUiCti: ,hI. single case occurred in the former. In Gates- soldiers of the other regiment have free inter is not alwa}s the case. ft'vrpn somem. "

t. (III : ..ft, (.,r at his retsdenc co,. I. .Itl4.w tnv .i. .Ubt.. l lie good health ol our cuy, head although the unrestricted with them.still the of the disease the ;diarrhcEb' ,
: -and Call. rtelA. '.. u't ut n* inviting unmuliaie return of country' most communication course ravages stances, poi tiueousy{ JlsaJJe.. :1

:, Mir.k4 I.e I<. :. 18.in. litroUll"t.,, ''lie lermsol Tuition icniain unaltered was kept Up between.its. inhabitant' are confined to the regiment which has pears, and the bow els' before.the lax become .. .

J {.'".. \1STL- a 'liy order of the Trustees, and those of N ewc.a tlp. ; although hundreds l been in the affected district, and not a case' occurs ;.ore torpid than .natural', for tWeltly-I .H1{ or.rtyeigUt .

. 3flaI.d5 J 0' :U 1 .1. .Ha pener J. H COX Rector oi thvm were in toe daily habit of visiting the .in any other corps hours before the specific attack 8U.crvenes. .
1, of Leon tmy. ; V
f '';1ie4 ,are '(.fju..tt'tJ: : .t tu ib t Bt.\IC of W m. ClW- Four or'5 boys can be eccomodaied with board l 1.ll ":bolera patients, not one .solitary case occurred -. Although my views us to.the propogation ot &.his tact ought to be cattlul.yorue : .

h-.'_ a In.ITI'lIalt.r, thi l/rerelL the tjm the same to Li,, early application to the rtcior of ih* Academy 'amongst them, until the V night of the 2i th Cholera are decidedly opposed to those enter ., .in muid by the pbjaiciaa.diarrhce ) MthouV .

nlt ".,iI. he i'rva barrt'tJ prccritt(; lioard per quarter, including waalung, k JJJSf11w .. 01* Iieceniber; on that night the destroying tained by the contagionists, still I am prepared iiH: i hoa ceased, he is not tto 'tt1liWtfntnclf

; .S G.\.MI, : .djca.. .. .. . .. .. ... .'. .. . ,, '
III 'N e a S angel crowed the tIdV deceived
J'3 Administrator.gar oanl ticlusiveof% Lbl Ie. . . '-*' '- river ; atmosphere e 8-' to graut, that if that peculiar atmosphviifri and to !upjK.e' ,thai > I.

-- w j'uy.ible at the end of each %uarler. r ential! to the propagation of the epidemic w, > exists which is essentirl to the production u I ,d.er. past ; on tbc..ct.mniry, 'bbeudthtieuton .'J
's\ BflSa. October tflb .18JI. .. 8lfO1TOM i .tUulidhed.. aDd.its twenty-fourhours, tittyfivec.tsea the disease, individual living in it,who'ma V '! ; being
J te'rl'H Li. .. BAGGING- nud Baliaud and thirty-two.deaths occurred i in.t6at d- trpm debility or any other cause, '.be predwpnit. ot ,feel periec.tiy well J,*' that ne "t.*:.ttfiaouga "I<'""?'.
\ '
! : :':, ;: eutar| t&a .eJ"dl f'aiied a man head I Did such an ccurrence ever 'tl bed, will be mote liable. to be aiJetted shoeb : he c. uuot'say exactly !' LatJwr'

.% i4:1 L >ul|. urcb er D'Jill,. which- they otter, fotf l. _V_1 :\.u.-Juat'I'tCtive turiale E.W'D.b).f b V piace in tht progress of V* o disease admitted .to I lie visit confined 'rooms occupied by Cholera -viin him;" ,and ,ii on.. viamintttiorb .. .-uii4'exr t'F .. V -t

(7 ( nQ&u&7j12 V 41' tt ue ropngutwu ttreugh tAO ciediutn of OQD a-1 paUeat** or the wards ol' hospitals crowded by niog ObTYWQ t'CQ.iqi- -;V V : .?,


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0"81 tssta'&if[ tne.germs,ef.i! e disease' arc.8ti1 ViewptTaat bdtfome t119 from Mr. S a..fe"s practice t1int .and( "
I I perverfedJTheir dlslricl', tno slate o.lene'howers nlus>t be ntteiTd water dreamed or''h Vihg'e f ri''it
rernt jn '1i* system mid ;treat him., occold-- eyes can see, at least when assisted! i .';! to with the mojt watchful
Intv.llh'I: i'"h:: 1hrrc I 0< "a8.iuntIlJ a : .SaRtioD With a I p.'\\NrU microscope, \. sf>b l nye and th most trifling irrrgilarit) at onee. n-in ibed.! into the atment of cholera in Ru:," ia. I
of the dtirrrhre'\.. thf-i* runjco, m'>nit ; vesselin a Male of intlalJ1IURtion.which.ou' and mftic.to other< gander "
I have before been it some pains to press ont prrfer the salt water any (for brp' c
1 ,. u-.riliy: c 'nti'mtv til it ushers in th' set altogether. undislinuuishable 1 bv those whose ., been rceonuneD'letltts operatic fast, swamp tea and '
f V ; t .tHi.m the fait l that in almost: o't ':n' instance whi'-h h-is & onie In.t :
(}nd siaethe\ one ,which. more strikingly di: minds and! senses have not become and it has produce the latter cilkes
subjugate} the mali nait form( of tko di.>casa ip. ;; is immediate, so soon as some Colisolatiot I
\1 icuishes i the pe lilr nce. The djc"tions, to their doctrines : or should their hypothesis( 101' V.,ed f by di.irrhcci, and I would now statethat : free vomitini: its nauseating effect goes off.- -The legs: &c. ot Di :
xvhi<-h, in the first instance: were not distin- rest the : the'g"dh:
on absence of inflammation the struck with the ( ,
most in this stage the complaint may, with certainly You will frequently be.much \ Olvarnone
I guiahuulo from thosu of a common diarrhce; characteristic of that which nearly d Ie'pathjperthe '
( appearances ,stale immediately bo remedied. The diarrhoea indicatesmere matter dejected by vomiting; substances jy* ;
gradually |h>ose their feculent character ; thebecome disappeor from their vision. other.lcg &c.
Tnis the stomach
V ap functional ,dermgement ; remove this, may have been taken day j Went
moro and more profuse, and resemble pears strange and unaccountable to the physician and restore the health/ secretions of the liver, before, will occasionally be thrown up ur bed as Peggy wal'cuiwiivL *

V first dirty 'water with white floccah in it ; and who is guided by the philosophy of Ba- stomach, and" the,olhor viscera which ministerto changed, a sufficient evidence of the impairr square room-dreamed I 'to'
:: illcrwardfl, a thin gruel or rice w.iier. So con in his investigations of medical truth.- Should was i J
the functions < digestion:; and assimilation, condition of the digestive functions. turtle and
the stools this alteration the got on back ?
soon assume Anxious himself my and
only arrive at truth, and and you save your patient. The treatment is you, when called to a case, be of opinion that
cholera asphyxia be said to be fairly formed not get over again.JVcdnesday.Cld. -
may submitting all his observations
to that unerring; very simple. Immediately on ascertaining theexist..nc vomiting may he required you will, of course,
and the.clfcct the is imme-
; on system standard for estimating fieir value' induction, (' of the diarrhoea direct your patientto employ it immediately, as until its operation i is gint-for

i. diato and overwhelming I ausea, vomiting J he may, perhaps think, that even the pride of takn one of the folio lag powders : over, you need not commence the calomel.So .- fast ; complained! ofsickness and breai
giddiness, and violent of the muscles COUM
cramps system offers no sufficient apology for the denial from thc emetic has
Polv. Ihci. the .
Recipe Scruples iv. soon n.i vomiting eat nothing. Dinner win7t.
I of animal lifr particularly those of the
ext of palpable fads and tim perversion of Sub. IViur.: Hydr.. Scruples j. ceased: bruin with tv! most important remedy warmed &c. 0( t
; On the e gander
: treinitice( occur. manifestation af i f the clearest and best established truths. up ; did
t TV f'ie nncludfil in our "nerl. my't t
Sulp. Xorphiae. j. ( '
4 ::I these symptoms! there is a rapid sinking of Would any person believe it pos.-ible that Yet divide in putveraquales.gr. N 0..1 V. n to destroy them for fear they slouJd} (
the vital I powoi>, and unless: they are inst mdy' .m imbued. left for{ did
intelligent physician, with
V one thlearning not
Should there be ain and in supper ; succ
I Checked, the patient sinks into the Qf lauch ;> oppression fVVfV! "1' ,', L ...i. \ iAJU ed--dJ'e d.
stage of his profession, could assert th.u tin tho epigastrium, uid more especially, shotih I -. -- -----.-.- ed supper all the aHcnl on. 8
Oollap. --- '- '--
system of Bacon was the one on which tin the pain be increased l by pressure, apply lion .// &'ea 'ight.-An extraordinary -Hot Indian Johny cakes
A cholera
patient in the state of collapse, ttrili>h practice medicine was wholly aDd
prt'- lifleen to over this and if tht
to the 'ian twenty cups part sensation was created at clover on Sa- goose: ; fell greatly relieved
presents oven most dicaled
i physit a appalling that stimuli, and stimuli alone, einbr.i; patient be ot a phthoric habit, take blood from th
r spectacle. Jt eerns, indeed, as if th: ced the whole of the modus medendi i of English the general sy ten:. Six hours after the powder turdayvhell nearly the whole of Dover 1 had got clear of the gander, atXI

Spirit, alter$ having for f some weeks bit it.- physicians ? Will it he credited thtt. has been taken, give, from six drachms to \vas either upon the piers, the lid to bed for a good night's rest Went
ii mortal habitation, had gain, in an enfeeble* Mr. Brou-ti,: has made thi.-J. assertion and ; disa .
an ounce of castor oil The dejections will .Marine-Parade in pointed cold f
gilts ; very itight.'fliursday.Breakfast.
, state: been! restored to it. There is sense that he has further, in despite of the hundred consequence{
be found
unnatural in their
there i motion-there hollow oiho.ira appearance, of the lbllo\viug circumstance\ Mr cold
: is a uneartblj of treatises hich have been published ) should thoy continue let the be .t, franrW
I voice ; but, there is tin ghastliness, and livid V asphyxia, by British physiewiu, detailing twelve ho rs after:0:0. the operation powder of the repeated Curtes and his lady had been living again ; felt Very much discount??l

;'t. V iy! of death stamped on the countenance.The .- and reeoinmendmg every plan of treat- first one has erased, and follow It up iI., in the here, at the City ot London Hole see the gander not half gone?; (I)

body is cold and pulseless, the tongue; ,U.JIM which can be conceived, Pom! the moiMiRiulatlng :=i I former: case, with a (lOC of oil. Continue tnis these six \vceks--\vithill these twcclays visiting! lor dinner and supper .went
bas lost the warmth and of life ; slept
elasticity a.
( declared
; to the most depleting, thai
treatment; until the excretions Wcome natural. broad had
Sole French anu pleasant
} it is soddened and yields to pressure like a their method of treating cholera is Let a a Otleinan iren- .
the his bed
ptircfvs :
keep nd take tin-
; piece of dead muscle, and the breath as slow- iniul.iting, and CUIts in administering: spitntIuu lightest and most digestible food, and in the with w.oodenleg-, tell and l good BreakJast.-Brcaldiist abrutld. Di

t I Ij l'xpiledels'( of an icy dullness. It js nutlike liquors, such aorandy) gin, rum, n.i course of'a few days'his health w.ll: U$ lookiiiir, arrived at the same hotel] ;; iiei at Mr. B '* ; cold gander

the breath of a living l man hut lik> the only pine, but impregnated and *atM lted itniiouiuiics feetly rc-es'ablished. I have never yet, in per-the this moniing', at five, the lady of Mr hot potatoes ; last: \cry goodateiCand
t cold damp air which issues forth from a (:hart' and other irritating suijMtnnccs<< ?'' I
frcl-houso.. : whole courso of my experience, had an opportunity I Curtis left hU;: bed cautiously, and star- went to school; quite contented..,.

: j The of I Ai'- kr.hatiouKi we think of the philo of treating a patient during the premonitory to.d I oil with Monsieur Sole: for t Calais: Supper-cold 1 gander, and no
degree lividily or blueness which ispresent i : oplu: 0/ the man who wouid pUlli..n th folloivuig : stage, in which I have not succeeded in potato i
in the -luge of collapse! is very vari.i.able. I & proposition Uastnti: .. i h an inilammatioii arresting the progress 01 the disease. This is in a Fine four oared galley. Soon alter breuu heavy! and_dry; had the head!'

V l For 01)' own part, I con-idcr: the ter : cit I ihe-slomach." li called to i teat a a most consolatory lruthand one which cannot Mr. Curtess discovered i his loss, adi and could'nt eat ; Peggy much

blue, as employed to characterise the color 01 ,t case 'hnuld you prcM-nbe bran.y, ium, !lit, too extensively proclaimed. It isarms and pursued the parties in a thirtyfivefeet concemeu ; had a fire builtinthesquam

i the .Mirface )f the body, as an uu.ippropnuirone. gin, not onU pure, 1),1 impregnated and >atur- the pestilence, i in a great measure, of its terrors : six-oared galley, the men were to room, anu thought she and I had bet
amount to blueno in i thi ated with aromatiesand '
may extremities iiiitating SU Jsthl1l't' an'l l it should have the effect of
calming : sit there
) .or the toes and t lingers ; a, :t t. it .1-, the treatment you -\ouid adopt ould i tx \ cry the minds of the timid, and inspiring them with : be paid eight pounds for there trouble ter out ot the noise; went to(t

i Very rare, that it assumes this coler over the injuuK-ioiia ; out at the >ame tim>' let it to oh- confidence. Fear is of all the exciting causes About three or four miles from shore bed Chtl i)' ; Peggy thought too mwi!

,hoic of the body. It is more nvuntj ihaiI : -erved. that you will be murh .,iui t' flln tenure the moat; powerful ; b\' the publication ol these the rival boats came together alter a i sleep bau :or the head ache.ASaturday.Breukfas .

bluoncs.l In fact, \\e may easily produce an lli* inflammation! L by prt-srubin,.,. "brandyrum, :'art.prove there is no ground for it. By at- smart chase the husband lying in the t, cold
expiession: as nearly) as p.i,'sible resemulinir -u ,>5ixc.. &c. than ieaviu:._ the r.iseto nature, gaMer
tenlion to and immediately for
applying and hot
bottom his the chase Indian
of galley during Johny-cakes did
Ihe which e.MM.in cholera doi.i- In ;
one a.u
[patients during nothing. u word, ar medical aid, should the 'ery
premonitory symptoms
I the tate of collup-e: t),\ hinning in a dark pernicious, but it is beter in t if.: 11 to exjo-t. arise, every individual may feel himself secure:; when alongside! his fllUaVayvite' well ; glau to come; oft &O. Dinner-

lom alcohol in uineh a quantity of common tile patient[ to extreme :.tunulou.., than to ua\e from danger. boat, he jumped up. This so frightened col. ganaer again ; diii'iit keep school
salt (iiiiu, sodjjj) has: uccn l1ixl (j. The change linn to h." it.\ iil l ibu.k, be admited, this
: Should your patient not have applied to you the lady that, :she; fell back as if shot aiteriiooii ; weighed anti found I

tthich this produces on the oountenuncc, when .I I hat ci t' an)' m.ui to promulgati: such a ;
binned iclore tts remarkable and offer.as neould be ;
) vor\. : -, considered Us au.solaely
n';;1fly possible, a picture of the skin 01 a divested of Hason ; yet astounding and 111- second Bent will, the be .equired most energcti, to atFord: system" him of chance treat- lie(" mo>t ttppalling fits. A dreadful[ gi ew alariheci ; had a talk with i1r.B!

4 cholor.t patient I dUI I ilig: the 5.1.1 i 0 oi collapse.But credibly as it may appeal a doctrine 01 the of ret'overy. any : ifra-fights: then ensued l ; oars boat and concluded I hud boarded out ha

I al though this V..VM mnent; will tumuli: yuu L-nar.Kter: precisely,: ih :,ame, u piouiulgitedi So soon as the dejections lose their feculenthar.iUer looks! were used.with the greatest efect tit t- :
f \\Ith the pe ui'..r hue a3su.i. ,i by tin skin du- i i.rouss-.i- his .ate lectun .- on cholen. i share.We
and The
a>ume the appearance; of nce- on both sides. crew at! Soie'sboat
-iug; the collapse, it does no more. The exjre ",- holeia .,.1 or'Jla.,*: nc ,ob.eive.iseaen- water, then the disease may be said to be cnorinj at in in find the following informatics
: >sion of the t '/unt.nau"c: . thi> t.tage iialu.: an milamui.itoi anection. J'hi-i> n length gae consequence in dIe .London
and alai
) :; on itv second, most: iaaiiig -t gtj. Morning Jhn.iiu.Ie.
:s very reniHikablc ; the features arc conti acted L'onehi-ion. i he n.flaiiiiuat on ul' CK-, itftiiolc : The effect the when tho.-p of the terror they were in from their "
ystem, (ltjtCotIafllenCe auuces
V and hrppocratic ; the eye has lo.-t its lustre, extent 01 the oig' stave canal.:' 6cr. ,..-c.Nowob tlOth (? is immediate. i he strength: laving had a hole sto.e through her Ai-eortJing to [ Irom Njleof

V and i is covetedilh a thin lilm ; it is sunk >ei\e the coeo.i.tnes. .This lerruio io.: prostrated ; the: countenance become.con- >ottom by the terrific agitation 01 M. the tenth uistant, some active negoiiutiGiis -

deep in the sockethich is i surrounded by a rial.idy, when aCanooiied to itsoll, I... :) ha;, been canieu on betvreea
umioniiynortal racted und gha-tly ; the spasms become morerequrnt :"'iole'I woodenleg. J In ibct, the >: ailorsvcre :
dark l/ro\Miifeh arcolo. s while .t is curable, iiioitfcieiit d.yrc'.., und and : lie Aiiieiiccin Government and thttot
) more severe: in geneial, the the
Tin? dejections and spasms vciy frt qucntlvccaf according to ihe treatment und the condltio." hsation in the :\ in nOt dreadful iright of be biciiie .
( i-tiesnig -" epigastuum is Hi- L1ll' to on the subject oti m.
j alter the stage collapse has been fair u> which it may be modihed. heie are three: ic-ased. If the case is now left to it.seif, iug) foundered during the whole o. iht clciini.ities for losses surfcred the Ain .

: ly funnedhih; >t. in other instance.-, although i liiicrent xva<> s, then, m which the dl ollapse: very -peedily taks; place: and indeed, fight Irom the: Action of the v. oodenltas hy

,: their severity. is mitigated. they oJ continue till I nay be taated. 1st. 1U pure stimulus. CJ'f'I I very often iu spite" of the best diiected treat- a foresail l! It \\'a5really a strati"sifflit I1ICI"IL ttIIS the reign of Murat. TheGoenin.ent

jbe close: of the secmYhethrr these spiCMHI Uy a btiiiiulating and debilitating treaiment.d. .- ment, thin comes on. It would require me t to : to see the two bo .ts :SICIIIc.lli it is i saiu( refuses
V !*'. ii'i'iiuus Hiuulil' .n' nhoulil} ) nnt rnntimif: Tile physiological tr 3trncnl." -g-'iin. i.. Kit no roarn ut'pilp( a, "ere 1 to Uliempi t:: : cume tutu the pujriuent JClIl laJ. The' AniaJ
the patient surfers from an intolerable: feeling another he observes it i i.- better harbor, iMrb O'uttrss:: weeping salt aral
V pdssage III speak of ail th % plans of treatment \\ldll111Vt and Coittd-
can Bmnuywine
of uneasiness and oppression ; he tosses about trfLct to expose the patient" (admitted too(' been reciiiiinIKIUS ; 1 shah reraiu: iroii dougso hitter tcxirs, v itb her Iit like ? io1)e's inguUrs
S in his bed, and is constantly throwing the bedclothes laboring under lllfiamu. l"t1011vel'e ai Naples waitm' for dis.
t 0 : ere .tuou) to extreme and slnjfinc: my remarks to ihe mduations hanging in negligent leMoon.overlie: :
from his breast, as if in their wei"IJt stimulus, than to h-avc him to l patclies to be forwarded to Wasbiijtun. -
7nsatiable : jeIi.-h which guide ni) own practice, and til laie: and back, and the husband looking -
was! oppro-sive to him. lie complains of I hia is u doctrine published by .'1 r. Biou> ai.s, measures I rurtk: in earning them into effen' bis .
thirst t, and beseeches his attendant::: tallow < the author of the Physiological lCIU'-' alternately saage at wife, nd
) *o Before I (..1(10, 1 ueg Leave 10 remind you, that
him cold water: the mind, although torpid teamed by him "par excellence," as iflbrbooth, 1 put in no t iauii to oiigmality. either in lIlY fiercely at tbe proprietor ol the wood Yesterday maim

will be perfectly collected, nnlil the tina there was .in) thing new in thc application opnysiology views a, "to the nature of the disease, or as to enk'g. M. bole, it is saic gainer loomingbetween
extinction of life. Indeed, I have oftm ot the the ten o'clook, a lire broke out in Mr,
It to elucidation
{; ot phenoioena the mode of ti eating it. .Aly} mode of treating great honor and woodenleg} dtriiig!
patient to answer. distinctly and correctly, n oi pdthology. ihe observations llaadl:, If cholera asphyxia is I in fact, the one which ha the celebrated three days in Paris. W. iali's; block of new stores with

question I had addre:
than a minute before he expired. in elation to the system of prenoiogy, maywiiu physicians in India. of Lexington and Greene streets, and

Such is a brief detail ol ihe symptomshicl I much t. uti",, be applied to \\hat the \ unity Believing, as I have already stated that thc ./lnecdole.-A little miss about f four about hundred north fth8 l
an- usually Attenlanl on the holera a-phyxin, WVIt.') author has designated as the U i'hysiolo"gicai diseaee depends ou functional derangement of teen years of age, attended a writing one : yunii

.As I before observed, the order in whush they oy.-tem !I" "V'\' hat it tonl.tius!: new, i: certain viscora, particular! of thoe which school, and had made considerable pro- lumberyard ofivir. Ho<.k. The fire

appear, and the manner in which they arc I lIt true A \\hitil inculcates: hiDh; is true fulfil the operations ol digestion and assimila ficiency, in her chirography. The companies were promptly on the F1

combined, varies in different cases! 'i he pre i*- not nuv' ." You will excuse: me lor this uigres tion ;' in every stage of the disease, my indieation master set her CO)1 -alphabetically witn then will apponteci; ( upp-aRt
monitory symplom of diarrhoea, i i.the no.regular *\t <:ion. i have ueen moi tilled: to discoveiMiau r the healthful but the
is to restore!: performance oh scant; supply oi water interer'ed
; IT is VERY, VERY UAKKLT ABSENT ; m) return to the Lulled,. tales that the la*- (those functions. INOU of all thc medicines; and after finishing; the"olll L nion'which with thcIr eff The interior of

.ind it is a ir.oi happy cit"V:umstancc that it is cinationoi ihia iuots Jlt ecuju.-buterroneouo system w hich can he employed for this purpose, calomel was given her,- she artlesselj: rts.

so. It disarms the pn-tilf nee, in a great mozsorc LIaI found some: udinirer.. m tm countiy, is decidedly the most powertul, and to 'u.I looked up in the face of her teachei the second and third stories 01 the block

of its terrors. Like the rattle of the rattlesnake anu 1 dread tilt consequent. ol it:-.. more general I look as the sheet anchor of hope. Let aU & inquired ifhe did not think she wouldbe Was (lest!yed. '%re learn that theft

it proclaims ihe fearful po>ition in : auopuon. hoc to that 1I1.tlltL: 01 coun-I your remedial measurestherefoiebe so directed able is insurcuiub on all. the property. tat
which the individual stands and if tho where the to make a pretty good union in
; warning U. : SICK are treated ou the i'hysi- as to the
promote operation ot mercury 01 -Ball. ..Eimerica.BuJJaIo.We .
in either case is only attended to, life may oforicui ,)' tellJ.t li Ill::, asserted, as it has I the system. 11 your patient complains of the course of a couple of years? 1 rather -

I .almost with equal certainly be preserved. bceu, that the cholera phyxia, and the violeni much pain in the epigastrium, let flipping imagin you will," was the re Bufi .
The medical practice which has been fever?* oi this are au uf uud learn from the
: pursued couniiy by applying gl-s.xes be applied ; and it the pulse will bearit ply.
V in the treatment of the cholera wsphyxia, hai a dozen let-in s 10 inc epigastrium,, bleed trom: the general system in the em- lo oi tiio :sixth mst. the cholera ha.i

bas been of the most various and conlrndictofy and giving the patu'm a little icoi gum \\ater,, plo yment of general bloodletting, considerable Emigration of old laids.-\ again appeared in that place, and ibal
V character ; and, a'though the disease has i shall otii) -a) .red.i JuutBas/-' ,
judgment is required; and in determining the several! cases occuiTed the pas
Cow been Under the observation of physicians .1. he viiiWhict i a,.. ratiirr disposed to qUilutuy. the pulse must. be our guide. Ever socety ofyot.ng! tentlemen in Connecticut week three oi which fetal

eim-e 1817. and has since that time carried ofT adopt, as: the patuoiog!) ol the cholera asph}-x. i should the pulsation of the wrist be scarcely having adepted an article .in their proved afe ..

above SIXTY MILLIONS of peeple. -till, we arc la, nas no.huig .n It ol ungUla In y. It z::, the : perceptible, slill, it other symptoms should indicate constitution to this e lect. _" that no The Bulletin says : We learn

I .licarly as much in the dark as to its nature, one whicli waIjr t piomulgated by Lodar, oji tho propriety of bleeding, be not deterred member shall be permitted, under that several. cases, of cholera OCClared

find apparently as far from having discovered I j '..OSCO; \V, fciiu bincti: lau hi by Lcc\vcnhagen, irom employing it ; you will frequent! circumstances- illiterate any among' the passengerers and creW..'

any specific for its cure, as the medical n-.rn in coste, anu tOe celebrated: eipech& of iUontpUici find that as the blood flows, the pulse becomes many an board the steam boat Superior, (1W1g

India were on its first invaiou. I shall not wan m.ny oiheis. it is, that the beat i more and more distinct. If so: continue the woman, and in consequence of this lier eUOl1

pretend to detail to you all the lemedial methods ol tut.. disc-use is! stated: m the ganghouic system -I bleeding until the pulse begins to feel it. The resolution, forty old maids have removecl late tnp from this port to d3r

I have seen pursued, but >hal1 content myself ot uern1 hut the morbitic agent, whichgeueiaicb : instant it sinks, apply the finger to the wound t into the western country in des; that severui who were lanued at

V by stating, very briefly, the indications I the: t-pidtiuic hds: the elh'et of oper-i in the vein, and prevent thu :floof another. pair. terent places died of the disease, &*

iave in view, and the plan which 1 adopt iiMhr MLIbbpe'UahIy Oh this a>) tuiu 01 nerves, piouucmg drop. General bloodletting is calculated ei that one of the hands) a colored r,

treatment. accoid.ng to some, inflammation m ther to do much good, or to be attended with I Jl Schoolmaster' died.SOO1I alter the arrival l ot the boa1
}', medical above the rank of amere then neuralmia, and : to others "Boarding
very man according mere much danger. 1 will, therefore, be excused in her "
empiric, must, in the treatment ot diseases diminished iunctionai power. 1 am mchneu repeating that it should not be prescribed without Lxtractjrom the Journal oJ'tJ Vermont on return to this place

be guided by thc views!: which ho entertains to adopt the latter opinion, viz : mat the nerves the most deliberate consideration of the Schoolmaster, published in a _iT
He forms certain are not inflamed, but that their lunctiooal Extract oj a letter Jrom a gen tltmaxot
of their nature opinions operations L-ircumstances of each particular case. f llI- Vermont paper..Monday.Went. *
the causesof the affection he : are weakeueo, and that it ton U.uiwc, Va., to hs friend in littp
as particular means!: are dies may in most cases be employed witu '
is called on to treat and the indications which not unpiojeu& to remedy the evil ,they will much advantage. V\.henever there is 1 feeling: to board at Mr. Hated nih, October, i632.I' .

direct bih practice, are pursued for the purpose probably become, uitimattl.), paral)Bed. Jibe of oppression and :sense of weight In the region B '*, had! a baked goose for dinner ; On I fell my way to this'pluce) << yesterday of evet'
with the
ing, i'rtsidfco
: of obviating or removing them. J n no science jpmioii, 1 admit, rests wholly on speculative of the stomach they may be pi escribedrtithsately. I supposed Irom its Mze, 'thickness oi the u. States,an company x\ir.; iireathnt :.
accompanied r
is the introduction of a system of generalization ititat and were 1 to utiunpi to convey to you \ Dr. James Johnston, the distingUished skin, and other \eueraLle oy ".;
uppearau( e*, private fcifccretary. 1 had not the honor
more pernicious in its than i.y leaaoits lor giving uuprtlerence, it wouldueccssur i iI editor of the Medico '
consequences thlIurbIca1 lteVItW Jack '.
I to have been one of the itrst ettlets (Jnal acquaintance with Gn.
jn medicine and in has it Oe : tor me to enter at large into the :: > : III
unfortunately none )) i a gentleman whom 1 con.-ider as decidedlY Verinoiit-uuide though; t had seen him onceoefore ; bo\Yeet! ,
been more frequently employed. To proclaim pnysIotogy 01 tht nervous system, and to aonuiweroub -I one oi the Very fiist: phbiciuua 0'IU' a slight impression on "has IIW''
ot acknowledged ily
j aseues of propositions, and to deduce from UUCti lact, from puinoiogical! anat- present age, aDd whose learning 01 the scienct I the patriarch's: [L.reu, t. supper-culu: cuusequeuce uuii plainness of manners. I deteft.i-ned *j jimku

V .. them a unity'of diseasp, carries with itiomo- my. Instead oi idling the pages oi a letter, of bib profession, is only equalled by the acuteness >- goo?:>e ana potatoes : IUDul!) consisting uivbcii' known to him : I accordingly*" .'

thing exceedingly attractive to the mind oi (auu tbu one, 1. Luau, let me ubudge my obser- :>> and accuracy of his: juugemeni, hastliongly : oi the man, goou wile, claughtei Peggy toO, and travelled with him about twelve fli .
youth. It with it so much simplicity, ,Y UOIhj us i will, you may consider already tOil : recommended '
conveys : emetics: oi mustarumd 1'onr 1 i i }..Dd bun, quite communicative, .and acc? :
boys Pompe the
and, in fact, obviates so much. double m think bug,J. would occupy a volume ; 1 retrain, water in cholera, with. the view ol moving > ciog, anu n lug lo my feeble judgment he is a ijmn ot.uiciul ;:Z
in;#,thai it is not surpristng that its fascinations Ucitlore, trout entering lutu an investigaliou the congestion which he believes: exists:: in LUc oi cats-me buUt in the sllOt'l: r inlormation, oi good nUJ aoduacretiou. "

should with many be irreaii-tiUle$ mor. ';peyially .01 ihe putholog' ) ot aiaeaae, and uroceeu at! u&cera. Mr. fciearle, an army suigeon, who room about nine o'clock, and a !pile o, I He is tree from any thugMe 4 I II .

when its theories ore clothed by the gen mce to wuer, tot .)Uua cou&ideial ou, a few It has!: likewise published a work'on the suLject, \voou lay by the me place ; d\'.- Peggy 't et tauon. he is remarjiabl plain: an l una" -I

ius of its promulgtitor with all the eloquence of uaiks on ihe'ueauuent. i cbull gonsiciei this i a aUo warin, advocate her emetics on aiuaiuimncipies. scicitchiug her linger, and toulu'nL lug in hU u.anncrs and at:the alUq lame 0111'tbt .

,language and_ their truth attempted to be forced Lbt. JJuuug'the ureu'omtory btage ; and ui)! l his gentleman, who, wem to AuLand take the hint-lek about rill tli> tile moat polite men 1 ever iuvei'met WI
. "' without regard to facts. 1 should be very n''iieu the
V "tnmillinp! to accuse any roan of deliberate; l1 &"dueime can, wittj. certainty, be pronounccoi I '. untortuutitc t'oles, bad charge of a choieialospital stomach aua, .lked about going to bee : tl1h.(1: him to be, ibo inisrepre;:,*ntatioa:; 0tIiemIe :.'

f -.falsehood. The 'minds of tho inventors ot L .- toe 'vultiau ..blXJ .. ut t. Warsaw, Land .Wa& lUere: m.the haout Peggy looked sullen. and !put out the : to .h"u contrary notwithstanding:. 6

.:*?tem become tofataattv with their own. Wbeo Uw tjyiaeEic v uu !in e, particoiai: j j > : ,ugmg g e ieosiTCj. craetioc ot eat' Oi Ike fe-tte>.square rttaYif.t1\-- t. te.o arrived hOf& lutu eteiUay e-veC1D ffe .

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J ana introaUCCd io most oF Ae OUCH 4., 1: 'On tne first evGumsr of'tfceteanrter cnD .hItresE f. Aocf mast I protest, even to 100 : I,I Sail at both those i is1athiuaiyjth' tI '. .-..- r.. .',
&(. ptier'. I *L: nf-vrr seen so weleihp drove up to thr door of on (his recapitulation, is not made to defend season.- J hen wa a nijrteport whlcb I1mt'& -.- '. ..'. t

, r 15 oi IIW .1 m.v 'jjfp mj I lp-itatc. rIot prinrinnl tavern nnrl n kpd for C& .\Cnhe, the pu.-t or the I present to inculcate ed town about tw, wet k?* a jt,, that there was ,."itf--

(,1f a friVhuik I the VOIP for 01(1 Hick- ;(I himself 1nfl] bftr\gt.i' Thn hndlnrd. '.x>Mdpne.. any muii, oi party of people t riune? loft at those place ; but, in contradiction i41. "

3yth3l founlnt thf' approaclthig} e I I"nt ('ctlOn. I he omild not accommodate him. ""' i i'npiy oecuuse it is the truth., h 'The ot' th:it -*torwe ire now assured th. t a '
this '
trnger than atJI1t, !ISt, 'ht: ht' lost the house heinz taken up. St Wt"1'fl" we reap, are of the tree we planted :" week ago tit 'Fu' bad been then oa band near.a -

bf' vote He Is enjoying (-xr. i7h i- team-ter, I am not at all ; they may not uound the less : but surely we million of o.isnels.( In confirmation of this vie '.

IIC !" fin his say frciu the Hl'1" put up with part of a bed." u Part fr av- uo right to impute all tAe injury to others. give the JilIowing extract ol letter from Grand O:>LTS, SWEEP STAKES, Thf book' of tni" '

"a-hmztun, where he purpo-c ar- replied nur host, why,. "IV drr Sir i 1 d. not say we ought to tear them patientlyor Key, dated the 27ih of last month : .llanas5ee Jotkev-ClJb are open far v snesp
to stakes for colts, tw a and ibreo yearsold,mile heats.en* .
.$? the idiii jyin nite.tMiit. lie set out before no' a bed in the Inn, that bns nM .- at ail. 1 will not presume tell a whole The arrivals l tor Salt are too quick for us ; trance .50. Three'or more entries tit make a race- to"be

:r on this morning. ]Fredericksburg HerC ready, and some of them three and fo cooamonwealth what it can, or cannot bear.But we are in consequence obliged to fhirWrom all run for, on the day before the -Jockey-Club races. -.

K e Well, can't you let me sleep I will recall to the- recollection of mv.' parts of ti e pond, (lor want of time to bring (Tuesday 18ih De-ember.) Wights *>r three year. 1
I old 86 Ibs. for oW fealh.,
Cflw' description oj the Pictured parlour 1" I countrymen, even at the risk of some odium the article to tbe part for shipping. Our pans One entry, already two year noulc.a Bnftks to be elne.l on cbs !:

\ rtnlor Df! l l Af SflJtJ'or.-l J pun thf Southern NT n, we are soinjr to make un to myself that the manulacturtig stales were too lull of Salt, we are obliged to neglect_ in KHh December. '

frl$ fl.akc hnp"'r>or, hout lifty inile-s from beds there to-night and they are all made uch, by our legislation.Vt destroyed Older despatch the vessels." icr A rare ball will be furnished by the pr"prttov'
at the Flatter's Hotel on the ? ..( "tV ?tl awl
ut evenrg ,
alls' ol JJ. Mary, are the' immense preitdII' b. Well now. that's curious ; ran'f thfir shipping and they turned to mauuf ictures.Alut 3d days of the races. '

clifT-. called l It) the voyagers, Le Pur- me a buffalo :skin and let MP lay h" w- destroy their m.jnufa
\CII'; t lIod Ih' p uttirtIlock! This name has e trv.. -han't diicommodalc nobody." may return their shipping. the Slh says.- The following highly gratifying Sjwc'ty. anu I>T | rictor. \

\ of lhe intelligence of the Cotton arket November 13lh 13?. 13tf *
11i'j'n tn them in consequence; rt Vo, Ihan't ha'p'OU in the Augusta, _
t'O ; t t.lierrnt thcrlvfIler South Carollla.-l'he Legislature of this ,'e have been permitted to extract from a Letter I ILA
> which I they to -
present *
lpprlr:1Uct.S rHI 1 be up nil nicht, and I don't xvant FAYETTE'S TOVVMJiilP.U *hh,orj-

!,!. 1 In1" pass-i's their bade in his cari(e lillfrlng and "nrawlinj about the Mate assembled at olumuia, en Monday lat, of Nov. 5, to a gentleman now in this having been appointed the a;;rnt of tneral. t

little! Hid from the iiiia inHlion to people all the time." in obedience to the call of the Governoi. The place : Cotton is elhug here uri .kly at 11-2 Lafayette, to dispose of his lands in Florida, u* ready .!
b llllff'< the iellatcd tower and I lolly fliSQjfl! Him. Henry Ue.is was re-elcctca President of' and will i>c 12 cents in .. few day-, for prime. lo receive proposals for the purchase of any porion
them ra ** W--11 by Gosh, von ar. an less than section otthe of
10 : not one general's township
-1:111 the Senate;' and he iitin. ii. Pinckncy, I have scvt-ral loads from
and pinnacles, and every sublime fellow. I don't think" said the "' seen sol wagons, land. Atom 5000 acres in the south west qu u ter of

jiepire", 01 fillld.! tiC shal ", whH'h the ge- wonder if yo've sot a tavern lirei Speaker of the House "f '-, 7r SrlH.IIIH- vMthi.ut. being : -aalpled-u"8 u.iscen, at 11 the township, is reserved from sale. The terms of
lfI e1Iqut" ever mveiilrd. llu 'eK ''h,. mes.sau of Governor Hamilton, wht h ents. I'be accounts from Liv\ rpool arc very sale will be rash,or one fourth in cash,and the residua
f.of artbitccture vou what :Mister, you have rot no in annual instalments secured wi-h inuir
: we publish below, was reierrcd to a joint HId bid he much higher. satisfactorily :
tair to
oi fit k .ii'-ouraguijr
unbroken mas ( < rising to
buffalo skins vvell : the of instalment fr. .
.re an no nothing- that rest on amount each 'm !' day .
CIW' of 300 fret aboc the level ol thc fatill just now, p' arth'. but." L'oinmit'ec_ of both HOU.IO, f. oLILtImIg3lcsrs. 411 The highest quot -lions 8d. of sa'r! ,-This township of land adjoining the city off

Ilfl\'alion tseabrook, \ arren, LUanilug, Hinter, -- --- Tillolr\ss.e and in reference health ful
and !-Irelcllln along: the eOa4 for 15 looking at th" rark where multitude ; to locality ,
jalt. tbi a iitupbell, Kt.-.ui and Patternon, trom the senate .tJua '1.UnIQ ness of climate, fertility and adaption of soil to the
4'r never > coast ex-
iie. Thl''u a r pas and -surlonN were :I1pf'ndfd. what culture of sugar, and cot too, is unequalled by o h>
I and Mes rs. Piestou, Noble, (C B. bmiili, any
JD the 1II(1 t profoiunl; eahn ; and the In- take to let me h' nn on one of the. ie i asu An.r a ivit .\ 2ut.. ulUmu, Mrs.MARt rrtowi.ship of land in the'TerrifTy Florida.
ttpl H"rp!) tIll)' mmiak' the' ,ltl illPt' ol]>r their01iatioim' The laiiL'b wa f-iirlv turned, ajrain Pl.iyej Holmes, Dumkin, rvin, JUcCord, C'Liilu, a;- u uiiy eigh _. e.Bui .\,>. ROBERT \\. \\ ILLIA \-s.:

;3n", to propitiate: the favor Alcilhe, v ohen, Potts and, Muxwuli, trom i lui weeks had e'dijt.sed since her husuand, the Tallahassee, October 9h: 1832, StfSC
.". _lonii'd lord, lljr? (eompanv rt' pnt .! Kuc Ijii John} Cl rk had been the tomb. The Southern tlR cia
; ( The i iustintm 'eh the House ot Representatives[ : n. : consigntd to : / Recorder Get'rgfa ;
of lJrlf MonitiiHi-1 eye te mrll"r'a entertained en prine, \Jn the folio win day we (earn from tho f el- (.'.'nsatkt attention :..i his sick bu, and giif f.r Jn tri-n. Enqttirtr, \Lgtnici ; the Colimbia Te e- .;.*. S.
'be& alojitf tillS eternal ratnpart fora si Inlf U- who-e e\nen the isbn '- ;; I |i.ss tJf' had sustained, d..ubtu; >s had hasicned her fate. ( tl'Cllhlia. Ole Bnltinun-r Republican M'irjianho

ii'LA nl cnriiritv ; but the search is in vain.impassable not e-.cx pe, the comruittcc reported a t.ill io provide This lady, oft ed m ihv. char .etc fir ;uiess ariu dttny ;- A'cs'nille Bannery'l ennessee, will insert the ahTt.ttf.

1atc '" i-; harrier o. io kOH one ------ for calling a convi-ntion: ol lh- people of softened byi lniu: .j.e h.sp-.iitiici, and emlt.i frusement for four weeks in su<*ct-s-m, and forward)
ith 8 n I I tbe latc to consider and determine the a.iii rs ; lie! p 01 and unforlun te werr relieved by thr ,iccr' ?nts to this onVe forpayrrrnt.
of upon .
Got1 i an interminable exp.uisr water ontorm 8 I 'i r DoiiMty, and in.>dei>t mout: taught its 'v ortli and ins .-
lirtt; ohrra! StlUdl'n > upon the I la-ie would I .1* FT* 11 I" 1Tk tariff question. ihe bill' popuses that on the -ui'ted hnw to be useful, v. hiiM. the tt&>u .ing toll iule LOOK ATMIU. /THJS !

tb insure destruction of the passenger -- -- second Monday and iut-stiaj. in November ere rt-uuk, d by her t.enetran-, uhd rttbniicd by litr

.', ;iIlrl itiIY: :1IIue, as if I he were on the I l brink I ofLTatarait l.Ul'. m 'g next, each tiistiirt arm parish eiet-t a number of cxau.It.u ;; r.AVi A: FLlL.. : .>K ..F

1 \ tial '1 ho rock itif tlelej .(tes cl.lIdlw the nuuiberof: Senators .itid Aa cl! n:>lian: she was devoted and ."\lous and pov \ \.->ijtie', is h<.rz: >} !.t. rf; 'tat
ol t Niagara. ian ri'RSnAYMORNINO! I ; NOVf.. .1' !I'Y ol the heart, which fditu alone con lie capital stock of said Bank, has: ,i: br.. taken, and

.tmie, which is iisentf rat' i .I): tnt .-,- .- tepi.entatives I sent to the tu:.a-lalurc, and ..onuct bestow, w.ica maintained h.'r in the many trials to I agreeable the charter, :an election f-r nine fiirer u>n

; 1 art on Hf the w'ltf r vvlln eomparaiivt-- .'.sr" \\.:iftand\ l lr.itl' ui, HIC !s. "U in C'ulinuli.4, on tue jIuiIuJy bib .\ zag, A I,ich all mortals arc subject, and v\hich soothed ami will take place at the inking HOUMm >ia mJiaoa
ia1:: wnuh v;'ill be Li' 19th.I *rai; oil her ind atli.rilu the 5th day of NVrverr.ber n..jet ; ana the stockhoWere
Then an II' bioki-n IIJdo- 8 upon In1 neti I Ipwikluivo )1\11"11!, no1 Leon '.} I I
tilt: tie Legislature it would adjourn ts a mother.-But a strangers pen may not are hereby notified that hf fir instalment! tin- capito I -
wasupposud -
hiibtne: ('l" r.11I re>; and und relief. I ht foilnwmc: M itenifnt of the \nrs,. at the !" .r.r.iy Lie love of such a parent: .ho' his ear has of. stock of said Bank win r ba due and j>ayable w U

II d"4'p. hit; thcs inasst>.- as they dte cin s, ;JN 1 b Iie\i'd to !he .nr..I'I. y. MCI day or to-day. It i- pccteJ.tl1Jtlli' ffi heard theft and beseeching accents of adnonit.nn commissioners en the same day.ALEXAM1. !

j jP 1:00 s. ill' < ato compiled i t beneath \V-ird., .Brnlford.. c nvi i.tin\ will piououi.ct ihe tuiin act iMil, ,tntl his eye seen the flush o? admiration, and ther l R SMITILEsTF 'v
ir' ;
lilt f from ipir Ta'j\- C(, 255 .15 10:>. ; aim thai ihu l-''; i.-ututt. at Us legiiar tii'tiii& mhin: sear oi so'irinulf' fur her dear children. CROOK I :'
:j frMtvr until tin y MV reduced to >.aiid i hetriKiDoitbi \1 t M'Ka, 2.;..: 27. $'* Blosed arc they, who die in the Lord fir they rest RhNJAMlN BY.HL>, .

f ,: : w '*.,'- hasundeiiiun d ,-\1 iy pro.tnn tsu 5 jrKs, 27.-29. I. HI rSovinhcr, will i :.>art a :\\ in ruinoi m. y from heir labours, and their work--. ftlh', hi in." L. V/ HUH.N ..TT, .
27..G..7.,. ith trial decisi-tu, uni :tt v, ili lie ciiiorced! \\ ittitti -- -- --, -- -
the fl' tv lk-yf ,. .. = JOSEPHLADD XO
; '. II! tin re num n-e prtcipiet t.k : : I
: pi.ni X !HlIlds, 1.) ..H..4. IItutOt.tht'ny: ,1: ;; operation to lit: EORGE HA3ILEN. J j ?
)' r tnhtS, c'iul tl'e itWIH1ltl.1l 1 is mcl P01.rr 0 i':1. iIARKSALRIVED. -, .
avi:; 2J .. ...
4.oi 'i.;
| i !1""' (OIUi.l lhItI jnooaoly, aft.-r the atlj Mann1i o. L 9th IS.-2. 9f. :
..ctN.1! 'h11I" v\ I y : -
trf ____ .
ruiiir nt oi the next ; }., I ::---E
t.-t.to"h't.l ----- -- -
i auiL of o.P?
"hl'n\n'l'i'S- u Liii- .: !U1. nature I{. Virks.I .)0)6" .'. 2 d. .7. JBraintree Cotton Gin.FOR .
Ihl'iak .
AC titit': .IS di.. lllj! ; ( ( .mn. i>u.pnth : Bri; E\eline, cap. Si. ':'ro, :m. New.York.Sclr. .
I f I. 'I-'f', 23..20..1-. I fiALt -A 55 Sav. Cctmr ain, (Iron fnt
' tlll' t Mitition ol tinvj, ed, \\UiCll I Delta, n.ipi. t.n.) Siivr-Y'oik. .
*> ; SmitLs.! 9..8. ';\. 1 d,) from Braintree Manufactory. Apply to
LONG LSL RAC 1-.S. Jf.ha'a Relief ( Watlingtr.n, Baltilore..
d. 'ai"t.
ia the BIO I }it. -'toin t <1 calm, t-iiates. tite; .- i.i- . jt.lSCp'v. Klein,Su V arks. .
V.isliiii.ti'im fm. \ Umchings ew-
teriiU'!' j>eis .--.. ( pt t tiiiiMigu il ih- --cp cavcjusvitti 4G M_ 3C3 . iJ L J FROM Till NKRK Ci/uRIi.H' J KNQL'IREKTne I Ant riiiw.ird,,caiti.4 day.- tin. New-Orltans.cargi', J. W. K will receive orders fo( other Saw Gins culy

thunder aiuiuudJR. ll'lc.'ll.1 n Sui| t ou tOe oMo> COUKSEy.iiid. the l1).I\e mJtnuf rturp. .
the 'uwi e "f (Jutai.i toKf-nanti Stttr..e.
if roLeu foiwanl The f.ll1owint i is the resul. ..f the late '( if irson .. x- u'u. u any timing ol tlu kiuuver > 10. H :32 47 tf ,.
., uii'ia,; thf ea' as t in tit'3rk L I
\ .1: C pass'ocr
: county. witut:J.M-C III I th L rimt I St.itos. P.Ir-e $bol, :jTh.. JOHK,. 'I'AYIOR'in.-
recct', liiicc: 'Saible to human o ACiVatwi. Efeluwrom Ne---"i t'ii\, cheerfully unite inx-
r11am'. fniir ,t.ill! h".lIs.f m Iioreciii ered, viz : thir thanks his st.isfriet.ds ndth-ub'.i rha. fcri-iih is
> orr : iis
\noo Iud more Iii '1.:: h-iL or mOle preSMiy to Capt. r-hi-phen., .or atli so t
Ini nerve.It Mnntircllo, 133. ... . ':ia: k '-.;:;"a j .lfL., Lain :-aliet, and 111i1. non to hem during thrir uncommonly shop pn.va:': '.n !t| far r. lf.'n'd, ai.., enae hit to resume his profession t
infu! et'rilr:1t tJ l 'u upon M io 21 I \itil\s -and umiid; r't'.mllclld him the m- I: itt! uuiies. jn'y 30 I 132" .O.
: 'l. ,
h! .ky, :\t "U.: ;> :.1(..l.k the/'tuled: oil III sin snIp! : I. .
bF frI: an I-ll'r.' ->iunviiii u ,I' ither t me tund.tnjce Ocilla! 2-2. .Lncef 1 he.. er hlIluf thisri y, ami! Hi vicinity, a* 1 i I -_. T'. i -i -
i-lark 1 aria t-u\iru th. It \\.lUllug"'it.' lr"C HTLR
: au, 4iit (. \ giveo Iesnon
ell'l.t.Jit. tii'g trail b.irk fxierienced ilful tvizair.A .
',' m a 'U'1 n i '
( 1\ an biina s
range tp..n the limpid waters ot the laKe, we B.II! ys-'ills, 2S .. . heat, though < loeiy:\' puaticu fioni the Ja-t t i.) .' u'; SAVAGE, I. ; .. f..M" i'ia.io Biul's Forte scllool6Uteen, m a ro. m adjirilng \
11.Uem.l11s' 31 rs.
; 'iflu. Slim sand his 4oLUII', and R. B. ti 1..1., young
i-fnrd 4nn! -u-pende in air s o ;)ellllt'l41 ., . merely) I JOHN .\T "ATEH: ladies "f v>fntlil tlercte LIjt arr.e care

the vi l tvi't! UPII: .viu iUh .. flo.it t. In jj .zi'.mg 253. . thu.Idtilc girth (a' I Lady .-t-lifi' iutviug ..Token. UOBKit :. LLOYU, fu! "' n' I.-n a" to her oaiuhter% now under t.(r insinsc
i h.r rides! aimed otilv losavt; t.U distance, ti "v 1. a :....' (,c.:. >>ejJth }--32 81L.
cpiwi( :ih toAfi! ev ,i- i. 1 1'rBI'> ti I lii- -hi hi'M' .E1.fUijt \bjori'y '.' I liich he oiu in line style, and ramc ui \\ itil GEOl .l >. ETCHER. I I mmw( J1UID 11tmWrIWrli1WQQ '

hs saddle 4fl iii- hand ill trout oi"mm.. liet.tuo T.Liahee. Nvem'c! I 12' 1 3:. I
JOt i ," h. Urt"ty.'m u., w ii I lt.lt and le.t .11I-1 .\-( nni!<*r-taml that Vv"rs JI D iJe (1fl >4 LAKCii and Cuu'lt-e SbOl .
H :.\. our M ,a n-imnn I : an. e. _S H .'.ii'laliOlltin I'Ir'. !e'rd nvnib'rs (ronr> ftnd'flrn r-.unty navigation'N. to one on Black Alaa.Ou i -'-. U :J..NCF.- 1 I'. ri.1 Ll., uism-s. to I'urcu.is.. c t- 1 i 1YL: ri lit .;f.resh Dru and :'ueilijii c>,ju rtcei- \

in ini.i.ii'.i in-.r-' ip-ulitii : to tho 4'oij .- 'I G.Ititr:' !fcircr i, fro m Jncks,dlld 'Ir. : Ihe thmi nule oi,' the 2d heat. Slim uroktl.M *- L 'i. :HIM .:,. :,;-'.';'' n.aikct price will I b<- ;jriv-i n. ''vtt.l I .'"n.t\ \ oi in. aid /aitunt're for sale, holt-sole

( I and the heat iol lv' contested j .. her I Jj': 1'2. 1.' : I rand retail. Country Mer chant ar.d Practi c.Ilt'rsStilh,
n, wa- I: > lY'Bial '
and rointics.ri i
ee, or Iim-'r' t h 1 : I..I..II_ to t I.';, tit f uian.Wf j Vishiiltifl Ftyrfi plied un the most arc r.u -dcttnr t'.mis.KDVV .
apj:" iird !.!j.. a "p", k upon; the fai. tpail. i i. k .,.i&i Ia, and i nile, Li.iy iiehe! kuwpi .I SEI A:,

rltalllil ( :'11.lint' .. t lid, IS ..ml \'0)igttl' '- ,,,"\I'lt.t -r..:..'..tor' rjfm f.r r''} within about two len-iiis i of i nrie, nriti i,i.l 'k :I :: .!ewud f tsi., (brsnlc( o-, Dmitris:, Magnolia i'1oritbt.

_AV" ran nostate! rh!; !rtixjity, that Mai in IpaJul:. \\ hen ,. thlll I lie distunrr prileI] I LA'VIiENCEP.HILL. M-y23; 4 tiT! t
intl ouiIr(1thr und t-. _
i: ('r..a (111.m"I.It'IJ 13-f : I
will 1 ivnndc MM.Hr! FJnriila.: \.vcmlxr 13illl2. !
I \ urc "rA t n 'llicifn
the av.ful Lad) \ up, and it a:>out- two hnndred rdF..D1CAL.-
t ui .Ii.t j-t Mii :"lit
I 11"r"' .'f t',is sca.vi will fil'!' hut little, if Srom the Trifle Fire undersi
: stand u.adc
i di-My: 4.f. aiivt i."\\1. at %hoe tsl-(' \\ e yaidx Judges FOR FttEIGIlT'OK CHARTER Il1t\1I11'r 'list (.f lasieyn" I'r"p.I h for tiie His *. I I under the firm of CRE\\ & KIFPE I lor
iieat. I
a (dcMj rat pil- nuor: whipped 11f. tepractice
| lun. .in.:] an o..nd; J,roiv.' ap'fII| the car :o in- ri I : L..I ; s.-JiJ'.Jlof J Uii.N'5 .r.3'11IIr.nstrI.unlen i
t'liikly iiiid to tlic a.toJI: hl'ut ot ail UH'rlook I LILr ".' 650 bard !' of tlifc dJi{,cut branches of the scienceofmeihcme.
l-tf'ipttii' t.i :' !I'- ro 1T1:1": ..t'ihe .vatcis. I i .
T'o NAv Orlonn have hand ..
$ liiack M.! ru.- 111; y came in at utiiiti.! A\ (:, and wit tahc a freight! to any north- Tiney on an extl.'h. &
; p i' :th.1' .'aih.-iiral: no tcnijJe 'Hlilr'o1th .t por -:>i'l'ly; l" the Captain on board II I suppU ot fiesli! uiedicincsvhicti :..\ will ; "It. speed, and the r suit u.,> pronounced a dcuu
unail; hindn.i( ui worahiJ' ;coula evorin' t\\"pJty--e"cuth vfjvs : : I til'i n liberal text as. Their office is Webbville,
: pump lieu!. iiet. live to threton i fntl.'. :. a .- .. : :-k-s. ..r to Uu'Iiard! ilayvrarfl, T,1.1has!: '
!**-- \ % ..' .th! h and .. Jackson COUIJ.lII B. CREWS,
ti.ijcif \ :in humility The expected -courro, the '>-:- -trUMi' ; 132. 13tfll W
long :
t i oi the third heat BIIC'k! %Izti i.*, i nf--] and I IIExNRV TRlfPE.Wel.lville .
10 .'f I II
.11 ) n .
v.i tilu.itfi' diMaii
; ; iii 0 us.- ally of I h" king of terror- ha<, at Lady Rcliut' started, and it was: ocautifmiy :I: l) I it1 'S.\LS.-'vVih received until I the l.;'.h ,I : April 1
"f: tctH-jihiiti .jtui I'D- .\I IIIII.hdlitt.cI.. : II the of the United Sta'r -
and ha- commenced hi* ravages in I ) .cnlht'r next, ) Agent *
contended t for iI.eac'h tit' the i'he :
i iI T
.. 'lb' \ "t'; IIf tinnlit i': has viewed the competitors |i at Q II ilt'v Florida ; for furii&lun ti-.d ily.hobra.. anxiety prevailed! and at limes the' : 1. .n.ide tc Comity Court of Lc''n for let. *
Fells iJf the i'olliMtUh I greats'-l I els: of lime, as inav be required lor tie public bizitiiig.>> : ; County I
laara Ihe
: ann j p i-s.Le (' with the yellow fever i is t' 01 a Icrunistration the Hst.ve
[ of
I huises were >o clo&c togethei! that they might I to ertcted on tl1l'p.l} lt..1. ro.a river. The 1 I-irc t" ; ou George Hunts }
the liluc tide, two of the '2njrr d in the work of d.-ith. Man t nave beeu 'lJ't'rcdllh a blanket. F..ward,. !-lelivtied in ;ood light casks, at siu-h point on the : phrey late of said cotnuy dtceascJ. i
CD:) t, '>V! ,' -us'stIl'1 .11 tiie i.atuiai lfitur< > r.xvr l bweeii the juiiciion of the .FlintIId Cii..;- : A GUS JOHNSON.
his Ion! home and moirnpra b go the clo>e of(no tiJUth. milt- despcrato push October 2:M, 1938. f
tff.ur M.oi-hir and Sweei-\Vt.er Creek, as ''i-sicarter i loif'
: i 1411.:1.11.? 1 h' imine.. Ion tiNY pro- I ; may .
iLtf p o'tr f'1s. *% as again made by black Maria and Tulle, : l\ S uaicd. The pivp-':;iK Hill state, whether the i iHmrt I i 'm i'T .rJ B' -$
i IIi "C'.I.! '.tl with ,
; itnt
f :i |iai] ( oiupan-d \\', fear that our wretrh blacks, ( nd the heat won by; Trifle by alength. Bets : proposeil) to he debv. red, is made tVorn shells: or |I Cu', .
&hUc..f j
; the IV I Hj'iRESH j. > uat.tLi.eii > BriThierco1istn
tui .. I li ckon Lake Supetu thy and irregular h ,1"ts render them lime n>ck. No advance of money will i'e made .)n the I Icoutra.t aL >y
I two to one on rilo. j j f : i oi superfine linwd Ci thi.,Cassirrit-re,
wilt l he made lor he limeluii
1 1iii1ri; to. the n.-. .nnltofshis-- ... -- ..- eccentric I At the cou.mfiiteiuunt of the jow'lllteat but piynient I'I ( ftSSillt'-.tOl, Hats Boo.sILOCS, kc. C*.tlee, ..Whiskey
lJrnm" und received. Bund and approved! security
ai Q-i Lih.1..ttirnore inspected: Hum,
itirly. :; and
;;iiad; -till more culpable and I 'outline Brandy r'x>d Allies, Mackerel.iitnu .
ilehef shewed to contendfwr tai-.huil ot the
hean Lady a disposition \v ill lie I fr the pcrtormance con-
and! other
fI -
pap. h-isejuu: iuent.are well worthy j; many amlea which we wish thc
ci whit1, will be .orelv visited.To it, took the lead and was closely pushed tr rnn\IClatlun, ami t* : de>cnbes the n.Mrc. -- ISovember 13th 1832. 13r w
'p"ct Florida
ik. : our wll) regulated and hy Black :,{ana and t'tifle. It was deemed ,. dinner, Drm. and :.Ie icine. \). WILLIAMS, &: Co.
II 1 : rullop s book, in the lat Aniefi'anQuatteri r Tin lulhfTii Uecordcr, ai Milledgcvdle ; the Monticill
: and Sppiemher .th 1332.
.1S a 'apitaT III ti il'.. io citizens WI' would u re a regular all important that Black Maria or Trifle should T.Ieirraph and Messenger, ,' ..7tLcln ; the Enquirer and r 4tf'TICK

'fO:1T: n-.u i,1"! > .' ou- diet: recommending them to win it, and the contest was the most beauttrul Dcmocrat. at Colutnbus, will plea,i insert the furegfing i is herc'>y 6 ien, that six weeks after dale

,flf-dlv hut .jys ,1hf A.Iwrll'an. it is tlef fruits, particularly those from the ever! witne.-st-d on the course. Kach horse advertisement in their rc3po>'tiT.; papers thu-c tcka. J. Application v tH '.1e made to the county cr.urt of

it* htM. best written ill tid in tilt review- hut few vegetable.", and lost, rot alternately taking the lead, and Lady Relief 'JLS.-CAMPB: LL it 0 .A/.E ,..f|! 4.. a.lt-denc! unly, lot letters of administration on tho
j COTTON of Dr. Marl
able !tlttt ; M'llan late of said deceas
aud1'oruus, HUll It. iUZlthiOt1hIUt from Georgia, arc engager, a; ihenr '.'ell- tcumy *
i total abstinence as possible winning it by half a length. Bets even ont e&l
O.ober 30th ]S3J, 116wAW'ilMt5TRATOR'tJ
spn, ei, and patrioti.' he aili-t ttk known establishment ai the above place, in The manufacture -
As hy preachers we would, then, Black Maria and Relief the --
t oth, Lady against
*Mi I of cotton gins, a very superior quality.: -It
o\ the v\ .tlv, wc have not dread, KO'l ICE.-All persons
is ttXjjumed -luae of Him who spake as never field. S is their intention to keep a constant supply, tu TalLahassee the eitate'ot JamesBan

("worc by a murtiinji -niporary, to \\ say to .>ne and all, u- Be ye, also, I Thus sixteen mile- had been run, each of and Quincy, Florida, and to meet all orders m nisr-er, are required (to present *hem duly autl.enticatedv'lthin *

himiu*, sqi. ol i5outhart.hnn, lorjerlr.dil.ir such an hour as ye think not the r/ / the horses hud won a heat besides one dead their line with promptness.-Gins of thrjr- manufac- the time prescribed by law..All persons indebted
work well with .
of warranted to .(J usa e.they -
tho Charleston tte.-.N. :urc j re the
az nr-tke in.mcdiato
to estate
Hre requested tp
.\I iddr.I042iino1h eth. In perfect relhnce on a heat-of course the next heat was to decide tae this opportunity state that there is nr I payment. IS'LDIiA DUDLY, Adru'tor. .

Providence and a correct life, we tbp. .contest. The three hers s staiti-d in tine ot-r! siablishment of the kind in Louisville, and t at I I Talbhassc''*, Repun-yfr. 25th 18.V2. 68w

.' quilly nwait every dispensation that style and contended with uudiminished -pirit all gins made at that place, are of tl'.eir maDutacU're.
Sleamr.-A vessel
steam was November 13th 1832. Sl2ri 1JILL1AM B, NU1TALL aujV
bnn jpd oo the 18th nit. at tltzabcthtownPa. reserve. until the second hall of the third mile, being V ,
I FLEMING HIXON, havc formed a Lay
Lad: Trifle broke
,, ,{ l1t hl'r"' ., said to he the i it rget. on lb; 1 the nineteenth mile run, TAILOR Would Partnership, and wifl practice in the Courts f-f the Mid

'Nt' n Wall: '' she has i7o iVet koei and EXTRACT FROM JUDGE ''IIDE'S down, leaving Lady Relict'and Black Mariato MERCHANT of Tallahaa-- sec, and respectfully the pubic die District, and Ja kson County. Office near lh&

ti11! 'liay: co ion. besides engine-, wood and 44 It i i' impossible for me to ( contend for the purse-Lady Relief lead gtnrally, that they Ime just received from JNew- Planters Hoid.Taltshas.ceeaug.7. 1832 51 3m

,1UrO, turt, &r. .-Inch will prullablyell the or deny th* evils, of a protective ing. Black Maria and Lady Relict now madea York, a general assorlmeiu of fashionable :goods in ,

'1 bonn. i,. to ctii thuusand. Her C'DlJmwh n every stage of my politiclife! I desperate struggle for victory, and at the their line, consisting: of superfine, black, blue, brown, W1LLIAl\1 L. A8KIN8 will
invisible bottle and steel mixt cloLiis
th gu-en green, superfine -
1 u'n t.,:.! fjj r, jj opening thtt folding door ", testimony against th"m. Hut I commencement of the second quarter of the black, light drab, fancy cassrmers, dark, blue, any business in ihe city of Ktw YORK

11 till n'0 uie i70 iVcl t in length. She i to not say. theare unindurable- > : twentieth mile Black Maria came along srdc. mil brown camlet. A. handsome variery of fancy and ut.U promptly and faithfully execute any Conimission
Le riders did their utmost-a lain Hack silk velvet entrusted to him by hb friedds'in Florida, and the pubf
prupdhd! be to the Both horses : stings, &c.-toetJler.with
'v an ''nKnu* of' 2"J lior.-e powrslnd or entirely to imputed gra lie geiierally.
ir t general assortment of ready-made clothing made
multitude of ,
the up
1 l< dt"stlO.'d of breathless silence pervaded
to run betweeu *New-Or- rice of any portion our country. in the most fashionable and durable style, consisting ot July 1832. 52 tf.VOTICE.Thetindersgned
Ii I.Od Ltlui.illt within low of onticello, once the spectators-and for three-eighths of a mile the ink-men's frock and dress coats, Canteen pantaloons -- "

0 -- now the grave of JefTen-on, I may two horses were head and head. Black Maria an 1 vest, of almost every description, fine linen and ] has

n of ih'' numerous gang: of rogues that the air I breathe with the language then took the I lead and was again bard push 4 ate/a sl rts, flannel shirts. draws, fine camlet cloaks _L. V lu.en appointed aient and attorney in fact ib*
4.V'htthe of the and wrappers, &c. Likewise variety of fashionable Seiuoh Grantland and Farrish Carter, and the .hei.
the on
4 ed near termination third-quarter
.. ormmmtty, uas recently arrested at n07l.-I' \ithcl must I bear false
hit !Uncy articles of gentlemen's dreii, such as fancy tiiin- of harks "VVilliamsojt, and is intnuted with the card
feQlo''t iheatre m Hoston: chained with my neighbour, for his name I tho straight, ascending part of the course, hut lied and plain stocks, black Italin silk' cravats, and of their lands in Florida. All persons are forwarnctf

,"lilg| *lIen ,a package.! .'"ot.tning: $ .OUti ome five and twenty years ago the ithout success, and finally won the heat ind "' .iicyvhttc; figured handkerchiefs, fine lint R -shirt from committing waste on the same, and those desir.

,1tQ "n board a Meam boat brtwern Uiliuinuu of .\merican Freedom, assisted by purse by about threclen tlis. ollars, shrt bosoms and stuus white and black, fJlrSt ing to rent may do so on application the subscriber*
lO antI such skin and buck gloves, suspenders, cravat stiffines .6 THOMAS BALT ELT.. .
i\ ever has there been such a contest or
,OM Ptua'IIhl.1 Oil seatt-mntj bun, a politician-, laid, in the exclusion A ase of fine gentlemen's be&ver.hats., with an a t- WebbTille' February I4h 1832.

tt at aa" $1 ., m money were found up- merce with foreign nations, the : )ort in the U. States, and tbe horses ha\" uncut of fashionable cloth and firTtaps.t tGtf4

4'Goo J bI1 P f.Tsoj ; rind in examining his cloths proh.ction ,to dme.tic w'on 'for themselves high characters. The excellence h." subscribers guarantee to furnish those whc may SALE OF LOTS IN OUJST.VERNON.-.Thd

'" .llls werf> 1 Ibtin sewed bot- trom of the Lclipse: blood, hich foi bottt-m ;lease to favour them with their custom with any ar- trustees appointed by the act of tM
<**, learn up in the : must bring our work-hops tested in thi ..cle in their line, made up in the most faithful manner council to sell aod dispose of the Iota in. Mount Vern
ht C1 j his. pa.la/oo"s. iho bills were, : .* We must not consume the stands untivalied, was fully con- ted on the most reasonable terms, and hope that bj non, belonging to the heirs of John.Tanner deceased

ab 1 fH\U, and luu 0$5\ : eat hHc i> u those who injure and insult us.-" test. Both Black Maria and Lady Relief' arr" their assiduity and strict attention ,to business, they will on the first day of December 1832, sell at.pl b1io.

h12 OtrAakt'1 b.OCl'UI' tion, and bears about let our constitution Eclipse colts and exhibited but little) t tigu.: '*ill merit and receive a general share of patronage- auction, to the highest bidder, such of the above oun

I & tunvc 11..nt commerce after performing ho twenty mil s. Trifle K- .ill orders thankfully received and executed at the shores tinned lots as remain undisposed of.fjWI term witt
Li flte1f Dumb r of aliases, culling was the language, which, for year !notice. November 13th 1832. 136mADMINISTRATOR'S be made known on the day of sale.WILlIAM .
beautiful and fleet Southern filly hut want :
b Liy th a .
1"'Ullell of Potr eld aiia southern bosom, S. FOP
.J.fr rr M-ho in every SALE.-Will be sold to 'TrtnII
at'las. II' Such bottom. She i U by Sir Charles, who.it will u. ELIZABETHJOHN .' .
IIJ-alu..1J1 I the Mississippi. the on A'iNER. t
; fa .UiI .oau) .ippeilaSp.ttush t .mac to ,town of Magnolia, .J ( .
a ioltH./ Y. c. & E. in- that bore 'us through Embargo recollected, was an unsuccessful competitor. londay the 14th day of January next at the usual M.POPE.Mount :

nc.N.m Importation i \\r Eclipse. hour, lots Nos. six and seven, in square No 8, range -. Vernon .October 30th. S3. J .; .
: rtZl1kteJlr.o terCert .outh of Br ad-stz., being part.of the cstoto of RuxL,
InO"1" ft j he that it wan -j1A1No FORTE l
no.ton'Trlinn ,
I ell
k1 hu \ you, By the British Schr. Primrose. Deceased. for Sale._
thelIt. 1 Ulg h'' ious aci-ouut i.fat .hj:-h m eighteen hundred and LEAH RUSIt. .a.. Superior Inatrumun; i in excenCnt order ifog-

i4eQ wh cb hupptned Worceater last a tariff' I.i for revenue, NASSAU, Oct. 6.-By an, arrival I win LEO Ea FJ-ETCHER, f(,r sale 10 Apply to E. SE4Y.A ..

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h.I I: 'f _I -.' -. I,-410- -I II r.p. :1tOPOSAt..B.". wm .b*. WcWvied, until v.r tne Stkb NOTTCE'pettm irAe,tea to Beflj.P.C Jplf r PROPOSAL 'x. "'

r : : r' NcVcmber next by tie agent of the United States .. are requested to make | FOR ...
'iu.duincy, Florida,for furnishing such numbi-r cf hard nwnt !< -and tl.ose having claims aainstIim, willi j i carryingihe the.Maibof the U] "i'
ptl the subscriber. Those who make default in the for two years, iFom the first
burned Biicks, and such kinds and description of Tiiii- : on ) day of J
bi-rt Plank, and other Lumber, as may be required for first particular, must expect suit. to the"dllrtyfi t lay December 1':11 1

the building .of an Arsenal, Powder Magazine and JOHN K. CAMPBELL, Att'y in fact. following Post Routes in ]}'Iorida .:.

I Ii other buildings, on the Appalachicola river : the materials Novembcmber 6th 1832. 126'f will be received at this Office uLtiL the J ,

: to be delivered at such point on the river, be- r WHENCE P. HILL, offers for sale at TullaliasiLA ; November nf'xt inclusive, to be decid, "cr.-1,
tvxcen the junction'of the Flint and Chatahoochee and 9th of ,
day November. Uta
i ffttction Commision liuszzess.T ee and St. Marks.Bbls. .
Sweetwater creek, as may be designated. The Bricks
8 brandy 2477. From Monticello
L when burned to lie eight inches long by four incheswide.and.tuoand.a SUBSCRIBER haing l been ap- 15 apple whiskey to Magnolia in Leon in JerTeiam Ie
quarter inches thick. No soft 40 mi ,:;
pc.'lDtedUC'IIOlEER for Fa>ette County 15 N. E. rum, once a week. an
t bri"k will be received. The timber and other lumber 1ft
be delifcrcd offers his rervicesto the Public: in the Auction ,& Commission 10 C. gin, ...
tq in such quantities, and of such dimensions LeaVe Monticello
ADE and sold wholesale and Retail Business.. 10 prime pork every 'Yednesda at I .
'I ,as maybe required from time to time. No advance Arrive at
He pledges hitrs elf to strict attention to all! business to No. 3 mackerel Magnolia the same day '
\ in Frederick county, Aid. by C Herston, of money will be made on either contract but pay Leave Magnolia ov 6 P.
: entrusted tohin.. and to attend to Administrators 10 half No. 2 do. every Thursday .
ncerned in the Patent with L"r jTudkins.Tiie payment mil be made for Bricks or Lumber when inspected Arrive at 5
flour at Monticello the
other sales the 31 ,
or in Connty. sujierfiue same day s.t
above Ointment la offered to the public as aedfo and received. Bond, and approved security by
His office is in the Town of Ochesee, where he mayat 5 qr. CASKS sweet \inrs 2478. From St. Augustine to .
And certain remedy for those obstinate diseases, will be required for the faithful performance of the con- TampaBa
all times be cheese back .
I fomd. 35 boxes once in two weeks. 1.b4
: come of which have so long baffled the skill of medical tracts. The proposals must be post paid. JOS RBETTON. ,
Quincy Florida, October, 1832. 105w. 22 soap, Leave St. Augustine every
science. Aogost 10, 1833 1 8w 7 claret wine, 6A. Al.Arrive. otllerThunda
ht White Swellings every description.2d The Southern Recorder at lillc'gviUc-th[ Democrat Santera do. 1.

I Sore Lg and'Ulcers.if long standing.3d and Enquirer al ColumHus-Telegraph, and CARD.'11 l It subscriber having now ,. large and 3 Firkirs Ghosen butter at Tampa Bay the next MOnda
A 10
Schirrusor Glandular Tumours, particularly Macon Messenger at Macon, will please' copy the above CmflIOdIOUshiotn.e, cast of the capitol square, is 6 P. AI. "
30 cotton bagging,
trtoe hardened: tumours in women's breasts which oftentimes advertisement five successive weeks.N prepared to transact A GENERAL COMMISSION AND AUCTION 20 pieces kegs lard, Leave Tampa Bay every other Salllrda '

terminate in ulcerated cancers. business, hc hopes to receive liberal support 6 A. Al. jtl
*.'TCE.! -The subscribers having been appointed 50 sacks fine salt,
4th F K>ns, or what some people know by the name from the public, aid pledges himself to those who may Arnve.at
) brow
by the last will and testAment, of John Colson 12 boxes sherry : St"AegUSUne the' next
ftf Catarrhs, of every description.5th deceased, late of Gadsden county, executors on his favour him with taeir business, to use his best efiorts 26 bagsRiocoflt-e-landing from slier. Washington, 6 1'. 1\1. Saturdaj 'V u
Pains of the their "VVESTCOTT Jr.
Uhenmatic joints. to interests. J.
estat, give notice to all persons having claims against promote roin New-York, anti sold on accommodating terms. No. 2479. From
in uinrj
Cth Sprains and Bruises of every description or leI-C'J' 211 1831. Ttf by Forti
said estate, to present them legal'y' authenticated within Noxember 6h J8i2.: 124w den
Whatever situate. to Appalachicola Bay 65 wdSt
pait the time law will be barn d -----" miles
prescribed by or they !
of all kinds. In this complaint the Auction & Commission Business. week.
7th Tetters patient forever, those indebted to the estate ore requested to J. G. & N. IIAMLirs I once a

of, in water applying the Ointment, must keep the part to make immedi. tc payment.JOHN. TIlE subscriber 1ia\ lug been ap- HAVE jus,, received from New-Orleans and offer Leave Quincy every Monday afterti

out C. LOVE, ) Execu-' ( auctioaetr fur Leen offers his rival ol the mail horn
Chilblains affected frost. county .Milleugcviile vj
6th !, or parts by ,
WILLIAM FORBES S tors. U') L>bls. old whiskey, 41
Burns aid services to the public theauction andcommission arrive
It in als. one of the best remedies noon, Appalachicola
Quincy, October 30th 1832. J 18wJAD.A 1 lOt I ) Fine Kentucky bagging Bay the .
j Scald It eases the pain and draws the fire out in a ne9. He pledges hinselfto pay strict attention to all 100 Coils bale day by 7 i'. iVi. .
.hot! timcfFor valuable tract of land, is offered A.-r business intrusted to him ; and attend estate or other Ubls. flour Leave
Inflamed U omen's Breasts and Glandular, 720 acres-either in part or whole! i' *alesin the country. His office is in the town of Magnolia 50 10 Ilhids.new Bacon ,. Appalatrhtcola Bay every BuDd

Swe.lings it i superior to any rredicine yet known lo to suit purchasers ; said tract is adjoining the town of where he may' at all times be found. iO Sacks cot1' e., at 5.A. 31. arrive at yumcy; the ::1

the medical faculty It is much safer tnau niercuml Mon.icdlo, in Jefierson county, Florida,-on said land l' March 13th 1832. 30lf B. BYRD. 50 Bbls. Rum. \ 12 noon, in tune to ,connect with Ihl'lm3
li-II of of that material,) because it does there is about 50 cleared and
any prepartioii acres trccupied at present 200 Sacks Salt, from t'allahsssee lor :lllledoevile.OTES. ( .
the patient liable to injcry from to Dr. Holt the the Persons wishing FOR tS ALE.
not lay expose by >n part near town. I 15 Boxes tobacco, I .
.t cold.This to purchase will please to examine the lands, and 20 Kegs do.! I. The Post Master
Ointment has cured ifrres of many years stand apply to the undersigned, who will give a great bar- Jl FJtliMV .J1.J\1J.J\ 1iUE:;. \ItlIolinao'.ember 6th 1332. I2tf Geueralresen'es tbe'M.I
ing.'here it i is impossible ur imprudent to heal the s rUIJ\ in the snme for cash, qr on time by allow ing inter ILL sell a vahitt'olu tract of Land to expedite} the Mails, and to alter the

I external sore, in consequence of the bone t ec
r. carl us or rotten, it will stop the progress of the cane, short time, a small portion of said land adjoining llu I 01, and seven miles N. E. Tallahassee, a I Y which the. best cf \aO"cs'iU be give-n-apply continuance of the contract by giving an ade.

increase the quantity ol the discharge, remove the offensive townill he laid oft into lots, corresponding with the ..1, sirable and healthy residence, containing to .' G. & N. HA LIN.Magnolia quate compensation, never exceeding a

rinell, and ease the pain. .said town, and sold on the first day ol" December nexi, five eighths of excellent Laud, one November 6th 1832. 12tf allowance: for any extra expense which pro n4
; ll cures the wun-t Felons Whitlow-- on an appli- ipply u. LILT i ON 4" EMORY.l O' anti sixty of which is in cultivation and under may require. such alteratIon

P 1 cation- of 48 hours.Rheumatisms Tallahassee, October30th, ( 1 18.>2. I Iltf I e ; w..ich have frtood so long as to become '- House, built of the same malerias, a frame Gin Opening
I.l-i: DRUUS C.-I I have received [ and closing the mails at each
disorder medicine to betaken in- by the office taere
systematic! requires House with Gin and Gear no
9 a fifty saw running en- pa
1.i I Ward I to remove them entlrel But in most commoncaef mie arrivals fr in I'll w-. \ (:1 k anu Baltimore, a tire new, all the out buildings equally good. Ten or nr I HE Subscriber has an assortment ticular time shall be specified: IJUt the h. MM!
this Ointme'nt as directed i I4C; t-ippiy ff: Judi rugs $ (.., vlncii will be sold low ; tcr General reserves to hiiiisehfJ4e
applying externally twelve-likelyable odied \\ orking Hands, lie: al>nv ot Blount's: best fctell Saw Cotton Gins, as-sortte. right If e IeU-
t it will give relief And even in old people, whosF for cash, or .iprovx-i.;: crt 4.lil. 1 with it uiitinclly imdtr- : with all the HOUSE 11 OLD.LVD KITCHEN FUR- -ii-.es, from 30 to 71 Saws, which wilt besolJ at $2 .)1.. ding t the tune.H. .

F i pai!it* have been of longer standing, u will case the stood tlt till it trldn tltrir is not .
t.! pain. C'ists tI.TJif l: quality trttiJ'.J 3Llsjac'Oriy liacon, a stock 1If11o, \\ aggon and Gear, md tl.e next, to good resj onsiblt purl hasers.BLNJAMIN. anj point after the tin.epresenteduunvcon

t.: To pea captain and masters of vessels this ointment : the to the anichsreri-ivciris-RowASD.s pvrchastr.Am. TONIC i present years CopofCorn and Fodder, will be sold BYRD. the contractor siiaii forleit uve .dollars "hth.net

must be very valuable in winter on our coaxt it being : ng MISTCRL on accommodating terms,, by applying to Leslie A. Maanolin, May 22, 1832. 41 iiI lay shall continue lIt titd the time for
which is d tla the de
t -
Chilblain atlected represent: y } rofritt u- :-C A ar.
in aeets or
ver.. certain Its on parts : 'I 1 honifS', Ls-q. Tallahassee, or A. B. Overstrcet
BONi: -<'I ers t'r sale CO'l'K'N tureofany i pending mail, the forfeiture
J with frost it likewise its qualities In all cla1 -AFE AND LITEC1 CAL KEMLDT FoK TilE lE-'tR AND fur the the 1E.qdty shalllee.qual .
1 mtt.sA preserves -AGITF. j-.. B. PElllI.Taahassf .\ I Agent Undersigneu ELIZA on OVERS'l prcwises. REE,_'. made by Mr. John fccl-.sy, (f Louisvilte, to twice the amount Plotted for( carrvlDgtlfc!

large mass of testimony proving the value of tii! !: <:, October 30th J IS32. J Utf1X i 2.;. B. Persons wishing to purchase, can view t1.picmiscs .( I., Irom 3o lo iO saws-Alao, ,.2 ot Alexander's 1lorii I mail one trip lilt be made to appear tat the
the above Gins ill be ld
medicine vvifl be shewn to thoseh' ., -:,:-- < ; b& on delay was occasioned: by unavoidable
most )> K .- Just ixccivitl anil for tab} at the at any time, applying as above. ..t G nx-nlhs} for -otl accidentof
; Xvish fuitl.:r information on application lo l>r Her.- .1..9'1 -. .i'>cnirs ;" t-sL.C, .po.ite E. B. trkius' an*. 14, Iti32 52t Jan. Ba" security.Cultcn Scotch and winch the i'ost Master General shall be tbekdgf
gin;:, Kentucky,
Inns, or to of t bis nuthorized agents. the forfeiture; be reduced totheaniouncpay
any ol' '. i' rl'. Tallalras. 1'Ul'ALL; (.R lt'2.1'i lie tract of land on : K) Bait 'Ftcp. and Twine, may
.t the The abo\e and medicine warranted sold by special. appointment; ,:.dcmaiii r,. a i.ovt-l:in 2 \ols. Ly the auihoi of the which the subscriber resides, containing SOU a- SugarBoil.rs: of sniull sizes. for a tr p.; Lilt in no case can that amountle
patentee pniiuino.K.
i;. B. 1'EltKLN.s. DRUGGIST. I I 'p : .-n's. Two hundred and sixty-fi.\e acres cleared, .iu. 40U acks I.I..wn amid giound Liverpool Salt, rcuiitied. Tne t ibrfeitures areothenvise unconditional
Talcs of he Early Age 't1s. by .ha auhor 01Brall..hlUll and will in all be enlbrced.
Tallahassee, February 24th |ijU; 27tf. tinier good fences. Their are eight acres of sugarcane 50 Do. Coarse Alum, cases
._- H. use. ; 15 hundred bushels of corn, and a quantity of FIIIHr, Bacon, Lard, tecTallahassee 4. i'ersons who make proposals will staletheit

: Il1JJW m1PrII1 3 g JI lJi Dreams rnd Reveries of a quiet man, 2 vols. by the fodder. A iinall! stod of c.xttle: and hogs, woulu also :('pt. 18, Ib3- 5tf. prices by the year, payments to be made quarter

I i TO Tilt: ASTHMATIC AISD coNUhI"I'tVE. editors of the :.: cw. i rk .\.ii rio'. be sold with the land. The terms: for the land will I In ly; ill the months ol Maw, August, November ami

FBlHU nio>l prevalent and 1:1lalnf all Diseases mciJL Arlington, a novci,2 v' Is., I by the author of Uranby. very liberal. Persons wishing to purrh<.sp \s ill jileaa. 1"Oit SLE.I February, one month from the expiration of each

d.nt to civ ilized society-the Consump/io'.-may I Landers expedition: ;o the iMgcr, being voli 35 and J call:examine the! present crop, w Inch is cqua I to any ill\ Bt.lsV Uibkcy, quarter.

t J jjer.ei ally je traced the lca:t Alarming of disorileif, :. 36 of the Family Library. j. in Florida-the situation isplcarant: and healthyas C p 'a; 35 Ercsh s. F', Flour, 5 None but free white shall
Abercromby on thr In.cilectual 37 ( a person employed -
r z slight but glcctfcd culd. By titn.ition it DI'I'tilJ'tI. powers, n. any in Florida. 1 171ER C. HAH lU. 25 Bags ColFee,
The Lives of Celcbiattd 'l'ra'rlkrs'Ols..jo.: to the mail. _
annual Tallahassee October 2d I 1632.: 7tf carry
buiidre: aiwl. fifty thousand periondie 200 Ce.rn.Just .
; that -ne
! I Jy; of the co.n umptiln. AJo-tol lhe>c dieadful rusuilH Complete setts: ol th- Faintly i i kraiy -10 v ls. JCP: The editor of tin* Colunilia Telescope ill received from New-Orleans. 6. Proposals should state whether Ue person

may be attributed to common cold, and a negligent Percy Anecdotes. 14 pot raits, an elegant 01.8 \01. plcate give the above six insertions, and forward the SEIXAS. proposes to carry the mail m a four horse COil t 1t1,

! treatment of the lurrafising cougli that generally cn uc Robertsons \\ nrks, 3 \'1,5.8:1... account to this office. 1'. C. II.OTIC lHa noJa.. .,- 29, 41 tf two horse coach, or otherwise.
Browns Bible: Die 12 'ols.| 8
ion.iry, \ vo.
..which is 1 followeJbv diflicult breathing, pajntho.Pide. 7. lithe ottering proposals wishes lh
u>u\llo' : .-Having I been auctioneer person $
2 ..ls.jiblh. appointed for I
and 41tla..t Ulcerated Lungs. Violent and v oopers iurii'.al lictkai'ary, v< 1 "gEUR & i LTRGL. have lately received, anti privilege/ of out of the Nail
! t ( ns' It nine, 4 \'ois.Mmioirsof Leon county, I hereby oiler my services to the : JLSJL have on hand at their stores p.tTallahassee and carrying\spapers, ,
j : repeated Asthmatic at.acks. also bring on Consumptivefvmntpms. the Ducius D'A;rameo, 1 vol. public in that capacity intend keeping an office in :l. Xarks, the IbllovinjL a iticlts of merchandise he must state it in his bid; otherwise, he cannot
: : One er two dollars! expended in ttie.pur- Tallahassee of which due will viz: that
LJotiK'stic dillies, oV instruction to young married ladies. notice be ;-i\n.ln the 125 Pieces Cotton Bagging, enjoy privilege.
., ii f of'xu. i intcrem, any business lift wiih Mr. R. S Wtllforu SO Coils Bale Roj.e, b. Propositions for any improvements in transporting

Rl I4FE'S ASTHMATIC PILLS, Story on Bailments. will meet with (.roinpt attention. R. J. HACK LEY.' 200 Ibs. Bailing Twine, the mail, as to the manner of carrying,.

01 jfntl a lilt o attention their timely administration, will Cih vol. of }'t:1 t"rs KeportB.jiuksons f1rtlllc r'Jd 1 1S32. /"tiAdministrators' 8000( Ibs. Bacon, i* i ides and Ilams crease expedition, extension of routes,JTTJWJKJI

i nsuallv ensure mitigation of these disorders i awl' CPII- Practice.Uewes' Sale. 30 brls. A:ess, and Prime Pork, of trips, or any other improvements, are invited

I J cralleffctacnrc.. Th PilU are ali O In ea-y and effoctua 1 Midwifery. 50 Kegs Liaf Lard, be stated in the proposals, and will be duty consid

1 : rm.
the Asthma, and Consumption. For Cod) t' Grenhow on Cholera. sed on the 22d January last. for the relict of the: 5 ,rls. Baltimore Gin, u TAo number of the route and its begin I
Co %:)hs. jlitTicolty of Bn'athing. tightness and strictur. VlJlwg 5ns Lexicon. hviis nf the estate of Isaac d. Ttaguw )oo'd. Juitmu-M ai>U rCaur.Oirl .at>a IXuin,
acro t tltA chest, \Vhce/.ing. pain in the fide: Spilling' Houselys' United btutcs. Will be sold before the Court Louse in .MoHtictllot 10 brls. Molasses. rung and termination as advertised, anould; besia- ,

nf 1I10t(!! ATP. Few cases cnn occur of any of thi" Such on Teeth. un the fourth Monday in October next, all the rm. 20 Lrls. Superfine Flour, ted 1IJ tYfr bid; and the propo aL"must Lenejiedfj 1

Jn: of Iisordl'r! ? in which the purriiaf-erof Dr. Relfe'e Ehzabe.h Bdrnct. estate of Isaac u. Tcague, dec'd.,-Con&isling :f 40 hi Is. 2duekerelos., 1 and 3, directed" to the "General Pe st Olfice of Mail Cunv i

i{, Pills will not find a rich return for their trifling epcnhXure )- Complete Bcttso' \Ya\-erly! novels, Sixteen Town Lots, 400 Sacks Liverpool Ground and Allum] Salt, tracts: and superscri bed "Proposals"

;? do. Select iK.Tcls. 'S ilh improvements.. And on the ful- Which together with a general assortment of U roperies The t following is a proper foru. for a Proposal

!'.?...-whole boxes, 30 Pills, 1 dollar, half boxes. And general assortment cf Books and Stationary, lowing, in Magnolia, one Lot and a comfortable; Monday Brick Dry Goods, Hard are,Crockery ware,Casting "1 icill convey the Jicriagretaftly to adter&t

1 l I'n ". "*.* c :nts.j all of which will be sold un rC1-lI.ftllt1l'f111 5.JOLiN %tore situate Broad-st rett. Iron assured, Cast, German, and Blistered Steele-, ; went, on route wVo. ,jrcHl1jr.t!

EALDWLN. The terms of sale, v>ih be made known on the hey. ofler to tlmr customers; and the public at lair the yearly condensation of tic crt.'
T the Laaies -W days ...
: j October 30th. lb-32. 113w 'IW:"" 2 i I hI I! :o 2tl
White ana Found Teeth, are both. n ornament and l n ot Sale. WAi. BLACKBURN, : He must state me place e>t his resiiieuce and if not

KleBMisg. The bet security for their advantage is to b9' .4 DAHMSTIIAVKIX'S NO11CE---All prsnsI Administrator. a Contractor he must accompany his bid witua>

found in the use of the .havi.ij; claims on the estate of Samuel l rYRnI'le May ISI, IFttS? 37 Gm. ist recommendations.

01 Talljhassic, dc.'casctl, are n quiri-ij to present them 10. The distances stated estimated
duly autlicntiraiid v.iiliiii ili tinu presetlxd by ia\% ,
and i if error*
be but
not entirely
Ct' .lIlt Tooth I'owtJer with a very little use cr they will be foirvr lwrre the have occurred in relation to them no increase
rrodicatf tit bcurvy in the gurus, and prevents accumulation e.tatc'are requested to make in.mcciatn
; of Tarter, whii-h not only blaclu-us but LEAH BRAN payment., .lun.Urix. THE subscriber, at his new lore, cornerof Jeffer i compensation will be allowed that account.The
loofiPnR a'cccleratcs their decay. The Monroe-streets, offers for sale to the pub-i Contractor mlbrin himself that
; th> teeth, and "T.illaliassce October 30ih In32. 1 ISwKEMOVAL. point..La
Deiittifire thus removes the prevailing causes of affcnjve lie in general), handsome assortment the following Ir 11. The Post Master General reserves tie

breath preserves the healthiness and floridncss of n.imcd articles at the most reduced prices for cash, Viz; = rignt annulling any Contract whenever ree aked

the putnu. and render the teeth beautifully white. fB lii E Subscriber .nhli this opj.urluruty: to inform DRY-GOODS. failures to arnve within the contract time snail

Price 50 c >nts. JL his Custom rn, and tht jiuolicpeneiaiiy, that heJrus occur; or whenever one failure shall happen amounting -

U None are cnuinc unless sigiwtl can' th' outside ; removed his CV-ntcctionary to the liousc of Messrs. Silks, Black, Grasdenaj., Italian Lutestring, Black to the loss ol'a trip; or whenever any direction

printed wrapper by the.olp. rroprietor. 1" Kh1)D ER. L. fy M. A Ai mislead near the Oapiu Square, where Sarcenet, Blue, Green, Pink, and white Florences, : .__::4: which be may give shall not be promptly
I11ml'diate 6UCCefllor to the late Ur. \\ 1' Co.u. --- r.c keens consaiitly on hand the best of L1U.UOR3 elf Figured Silks in variety, Irish! Poplin, Silk Velvet, obeyed.

JPoj sale at his Counting Room, fer No 9i). Court all knu.s-also various kinds of \\ ilw und Coniiais, Cotton do.,Tartan Plaid, Furniture, Calico, Superior I, 12. No bid shall be withdrawn after the time'.
Street, near Concert Hall Boston and also bhiQ speCal Porter Cider Ale Candies Swtatmeats Pickles BI-.ck Bobinct 4
Lasting, and thread Laces, Irish Linens, :
it has shen.Id
appointment, by E. B. PERKlS0 2)Drllggi &.c &c. Diflcrcnt kinds of Relishes at all tunes, all otwiichhe Sea Island Cotton Shirting, Plain and figured Jacevneett receiving expired, and any shu person

t. offers on liberal terms. lIe tenders his sin- Swiss and Book Mus-Iins, shawls, worked capes INSURANCE agams'l loss or damage by FIRE can refuse to take a contract at his bid, be :

Tallahassee, Febrqary24ih 1S31._27tf cere thanks to his cuslomcrt generally, for their liberal and dresses, handkerchiefs, Calicoes, Ginghams, Nan-1 the most favorable terms, on appli- forfeit all other contracts that he may haved

.- REMEDY FOR RHEUMATISM. favors the past year-and hopes by unremitteduuciuion keens, Brown Holland, French Brown Linen, Furniture action to the Subscriber, agent of the Protection Insu- the Department, and be held

and defor- to business, to merit a continuance of their Dimity, fine Cloths, Cassamers and Caesinelts, rance company, Hartford Connecticut. In every application damage that may result from his failure to c m-
excruciating pain-the decrepitude white and Red Flannel the fair Cash value of the bt
THE patrunage. Negro cloths, Scotch and R us- property ply.
and thf1 premature old oge, which arc tljeThiual R.K.AVEST.July sia sheeting, Osanbures, &c. &c. stated, and satisfactory evidence furnished the cor- 13. No Contract bid can be transIe" rred
J attendants of the disorder, are fu' red by many 10, '1832. 47 tf rectness of the representation, and the good moral nor 01
from despair of a cure, or disappointment in the cfiica- character of the The without the special and writien approbation
,j P. S. 11 K. West has just received direct from HARDWARE.Alargeand applicant. solvency the Office of a
[3 ffi of the numerous pretended antidotes to effect this Baltimore a large svpply of the very best qualiliec of and its fairness and punctuality may be confidently relied the Post Master General; and an assignment

I"] purpose. But those who have made a fair trial of'DR. LIQUORS AND coNFEti ION ART.- His friends an.. the extensive ass.r.ineu 01 ij.urelv.are, con on. E. B. PERKINS.' contract,or bid, without his consent, n'rst obuined

JEBB'S CELEBRATED LINIMENT, lovers of good toting anu drinking, are invited to call sisting of Knives and Forkes, Pen Knives,. Spoons Tallahassee. .'. 22, 1831. 27tf in writing shall !lorleit it. i'his rule will nevtf

*in in cases of longstanding, and of the most, severe and judge JOT tncmsilves.d.. 30 h 1 lc->2. I lltfJus. Scissors, Razors Locks, Augers Chisels, &.C., togethe mtB1J1CBSJ aru mmmaDUi1' be departed from.
character, hare received certain relief, and many have ith a complete assortment of carpenters PLANES. Q 14. II a Contractor orhis Agent shall violato

41. been cured in a few days,.some in 24 hours! as a num- : 1). Westcott, Jr. & J. .. Booth, A.LARGE and complete assort- the fost Orhce law, or shall transmit fWromercif.
ber of persons in Boston and vicinity who were formerly HAVE formed a La w partnership in Florida. '1 he SHOES nu nt : Drugs and Medicines,just received intelligence by express more rapidlythan r

4 afflicted with Rheumatism. ha\o very fully teuti- of the former is allahassee, and ol !i A large assortment of Baltimore from i New York and Baltimore for sale, holesale his contract shall be forjeited; and m all cases

t fled Certificates are i. the possession of the Proprietor the latter at West Point, Appalachicola Bay. Business and ME\V-Y d J' K made arid retail. Country Merchants and Practitioners supplied when a Contractor shall run a stageJ. r otner vehicle
j proving the most thorough and surprising cures by entrusted to them in any of the courts of Florida : on the most accommodating terms. than he *"
meamof this powerful LINIMENT. in cases where '.r the adjoining Counties of Georgia or Alabama, will wc EDW. SE1XAS.MV29 more rapidly or more frequently
mrbAr .n"rnd. nnnlicfTtlons. had utterly. failed.WMFRIE'S be strictly attended to. Aug.3d, 1831. SOtfTR. ttj.n '.I i.adicba ii, .*litt i.until Druggist, Magnolia Florida. required by contract to carry the mail,' beto
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-rI Shoes .
-'-'- i,>; ;\1'1 41 tf give the same increased celerity and frequency "
:: COLEMAN respectfully oifers -- EATS AND OAFS the mail, (unless the Post Master General s ,
Por Ke or inflamed Eyes, giv n immediate ease ai.d 8.. : MEDICAL.The direct of cour..
lj > h.f-s: .i-u. M rvic I sfn ihe Citizens of otherwise ) and without increase
relief. On recent sore "eye.s. I'.e Hfrrt imost saluta 'I a' .a: /i 'inferior arsMyitiiidit Ot the undersigned have formed a partnership pensation. -
:- ry.-\Vherc the complaint hn b>->>ii ofyears standing, under the firm of
-- -- & TRIPPE
most fashionable HATSl' for the ..
offtIi 15. The t1'1.
PostmasterGenen; -r. *
bad the .
end in some exceeding C3f'Ca unexpected
of the diilerent
AMERICAN branches
the scienceof
I nplJon& of curtailing "n.tt'"n
end riVfirn' le relief ha, been found in the use of this discontiuun.g any .
,ye water alter eve:'y other remedy 'had failed. A'any' GROCERIES. medicine. They have on hand an extensive in his opinion the public interest shall ,eqU'f JSi

erl'OfltlV< 0 nave used i it. pronounce it the beat pre- : supply of fresh medicines which they will disposeof and in such case the contract shall cease, sqt r ,

arati'Mi >r theno complaint*thev lave ever mat with, A large stock in ail its variety. on liberal terms. Their office is in Webbville, relates to the part, curtailed, or to the w e

specially in cases of soreness rr incarnation of long Jackson County. H B. CREWS, discontinued-an allowance of one month's atra

: ftamiir.g Price 25 cents a ottle. FLOUR. HENRY TRIPPE. pay being made t,> tht' Contractor. .

None are genuine nnless signed. on the outside ebbville. April 1 16. All Contracts for routes embraced Iadver1isenienh4ti -

; pfmntrd wrapper.by the little proprietor T. KIDDER, S Fifty Barrels si.j.eiior} 1.1 \\vlieat! flour "-JUTLCE.-Six weeks after date application will be commence on. the first .(Jay *
the lat l r.V, T.
JmmrA ate flu ce l'lOr to Conway m 'E "
4 tor ale at his Counting Room.over No 99Court LSO 1 made to County Court of Leon County for Ictus January next, and continue two years. .".
of administration on the Estate of Hum- Decisions bids will be made known on
George on
_ret'D"lIr Concert Hall. Boston and also by his Subscriber
pe- n spectfully informs his friends
,-hrey late of said
$ Oat appointment b) (No* 3. THE the.public generally that he ha rented the Sadleiy, Crockeiy anu Glass Ware, county deceased. ninth day November. next.
E. B. p It J I\$. WILLIAM 1'. ,
large commodious building on the "We Bide of the Tin Glusses! October 23d, 1832.
ware Looking alt Ready
I 10tf Post Master GtnerA
Druggist.f Capitol Square-,formerly occupied as a t ern by John I ,

v Tatba'ee.; March 4, 1P31. 28tf Downer. The House having underg f' a thorough made clothing, stationary, &c. &.L. Braintree Cotton Gin. GENEJtAL POST OFFICE D .TARTMEXT, ?

repair will be ready for the receptior f Boarders and 1 KALE July 24/A,,1832WlLLlAlU (
: A
JA.IESi'.Ml..LL1. .
: i3IAi\' FORTE, for Sale.-A '. JTJIOR 55 Saw ((\ton Gin, (Iron fraM. -
Visitors on the 13th inst. Tallahassee, November 15th 1831. mcd,) from Braintree dLi
3 ILl Manufactory. Apply W'i
..R. ttvIfltt'Jfllefl: ( in e.ceUcntorderifofered ti.V. L. hAshliNs
tJ Sol saV low-Apply7u) E. SEIX. S. S m NO'llCE. All other
1 Magnolia, aug. I 141832 52 tf. persons FRESH GU.1JusLleClHtllLJ> Brig'I haci. U above manufacture. Saw Gins of anu jjiumptly and faithfully execute any C"'inr.usw***
the of James Ban
OF1XVTS IN MOUr\T-VERN'ON-Thf') estate ol superfine broau Cioths, Cassm, uly 10, 1832 47 tf3Dr. I entrusted to him by his friends in Florida, and the PUt w
nister to authenticated
are required
SALE the present'hem duly (Cassinetts Hats, Bouts Shoes, &c. Cofiee \\ his} t lie cl1eraUy.J .
of the
trustees appointed by act within the lime prescribed aAll indebted
by persons Rum Cogmac Brandy, and good Mucki JOHJS B. TAILOR New-York, July 1832. 52 tf
council, to sell and dispose of the lots in Mount Ver. to die estate are requested to make immediatepayment. articles wnes. in- ._
lion, belonging to the heirs of John Tanner deceased; NEDhAM DUDLY, Adm'tor. Herring-and many other which \ e wjsj .* his friends and the Public that his health is Mi S 1tiv
call and for
public to examine
will on the first day of December, 1838 sell at public ,_Tallahassee, Septt'ml-cr 25ih 1832. 68w and Medicine. D. V. themselves. I r.. red, as to enable him to resume his profession- 11OTICE.-The undersigneduen ,
Auction, to the highest bidder, such of'the .above mentioned Drugs ILLIAMS &,l tuies. July 30 1832 50 tf appointed agent and attorney in fact OI'
1 1'8 as remain undisposed of. The.terms will WILLIAM B. NUTTALL, and Monticello! September 4th 1 1832. 4 Seauvn Grantlandand fc'arrish Carter and the he1l1L

fa made known on the day of aale. A HIXON, Jiave formed a Law TKTOTICE is hereby given that six weeks*-t.r Mrs.the CARRIER gives 1:880118011 of Charles Williamson, and is intrusted with i the.;CJ -

WILLIAM 8. POPE, ) Truu- Panoenhip,and will practice in the Courts of tile'Mid- i l 'application will be made: to the county c..iGaJbden .;: ,Mrt.PianoForte Ball'school, in a room adj'iiui.& of their lands in Florida. All persons are forW"ti

ELIZABETH T A NER,. >,tees i.le; District, and Jackson' County Office near the county, for letters of administration on ladies she would -To Sixteen young from committing waste on the same, and thOIt' ...

JOHN M.POPE--. S.ar I Planters''HoteL. .* -..*. i estate of Pr. Mark.M'Han, late of,nid county deer a. \, 'attention as to her daughter devote tht same care lug to rent may do so S on application to the subcri'
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