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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 20, 1832
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
notis - AKP8647
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System ID: UF00079927:00045
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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I every 'l'lleS1l1Y.Alorning at ItffiLr; 'OJ not for theJ:life of-rrtc, _niter or abjuremy firt .

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Published sentence which beitni" When.the destimM
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iII advance, oi Five in ti K i months .Europe stood
I 'rourdoUars _I __ ttetabiing io i .the"Mfeyyp,Sec.'*
discontinued unless the of -- o and I cbald
r wul be at option nnver bring io the borough
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FAitor, before arrearaS are paid. "LAISSEZ NOUS. F&IRE.z ." that ; so )'bile..I'w" trying tur-t the'dt"tf-

TcrUscmenis.ill be conspicuously; inserted at se- m\Yv"Ut. 'WWlail IM.- -1: r _. 1-- _.______________, ____-=.___.__"__ _., '. flies of Europe-roto; the fat*:of Little 'Aurolm.

. for the first and W \i1iimW1..iN downphjmpedJosephind'upjnrnprd:
.rIIty.he cents per square insertion QTh 'U 'ZLI LYiTGOe. .L..H.t ajmiu' .
belo him '
who begun ** \
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; for each subsequent continuance. AII uu- .. .. S\rf can it.e
/ 1tnt$ t ; !, \, ) I. III':4ile Lure jrou Iliad no intention of addressing. .
will be continued until forbid,unless other." :, ,. Jas. D. Westcott, Jr.J: P. Booth; ; iherf hooae %
,ertiements i may uie be a ,4Olii of 5UU Wr'iI; when entered it,_bat the estr n i.f
ordtred. : 4.10)i' G thr great variety of goods received in this HAVE formed a Law partnersh.m in Florida. The per annum upon their tirst speech we have heard rf rl
f outlay; a profit just ,&:' I jmmr'4.
this of the former i in allaliasae _
aCity
, season and and of I
which <,
iflcpoStge on all letters and communications to the cash, then- will be found, at the new are store offered of the low subscriber for- the latter at West Point, Appalachicola Bay. Business ceved day by day. How. is it with the publisher aleJy ,thought how much better. 1I'oaJdY. :

I Editor, must be paid, or they will not receit: atten.'E N t. 3 Exchange-street, a choice lot of fancy entrusted to them in any of tlieconrts Florida 1 ,He piy8 cash for the paper upon I been for me to try an impromptu, anHctttf-

Cloths and Cassimers a part of which they will men- or the adjoining Counties of Georgia Alabama, will which he prints-cash, for wages-for1 'bou e rained to wait till another night; but aftrt life
p* '.ion. be strictly attended to. Aug.3d, 1831. SOtf rent, and all the honourable
contingencies of his member had -
business
,
spoken ot
a
\ are authorized to 811UOUUCeJOSEPH do.Super blue Velvet, crape Finished do. Broad Cloths, TR. COLEMAN respectfully! ol- he' lies: out of hid money, 'not for weeks or, an hour, I .looked down to se-what quarter he> was, '

M. WHITi.. a candidate to represei Patent finished Westof iri hi pr.a1css1rurvie8Ii.. il-c (', lzpns nfAMERICAN months, but fur years, unless he about and cast 'into bit hat
( England) Blackdo. .. ,.. '. ; presses for my eye ;whirh, he
Conre1'IJil. : I'
Ida i" the 3d do. fine Olive, do do do. : 'r p syi>ient. At the low price to. which coropeti- kept waving to and fro, I 'saw not onlrtfc

--i'ioHAGE &C.Tt do Cinamon Bottle Green Brown ,do. HOTEL. :ion has reduced nnwspaperx, how is it poi. principal beads, but many of the actual enrea

rLRft & RGl S have) spncinus and safe Saxony blue do. ble for any one to conduct a business of this MJ; written at length in it. I'was first tempted
do. -
{ ware-lioiisi8at Su ..'arks for the reception oi Nort without to rail him to order
Lavender Drab, and Dove colored Cassirnera payments being made advance but all wa tooyouri it
,n store or for 'lIIlcnl: and* the)' wiiL 1 makjsiVrances 'least
A or at with member I
bilk I
v-irietyof Vestings regularity and thought had better
on delivery ; when ihy are allowed to (new patterns.) at reasonable mention'it to

." ...consign the' santt t
\1 LZ.-tor fW-OrUsuis, Charleston, Baltimore, lancy cravats, There are those who that I knew he was an active'enemy of
ftI, 4 Dozen fine 1 ia&hionuble linen shirts suppose newspapers all abuse*,
'*"York' Fr-ividcnce Liverpool or Jane. do do Bosoms,, yield a large profit ; we ha\e even known and as such I directed. his attention.in the hai

O.aII "l si nmt'uls they willue willcharge 2j i per ctntrnntee Gentlemens' silk & Merino half hose some good people who that the and be took ncf notice of it ; i
and suppose ,
n k 3 n, responsible to th. pub- except tavingthe ,
'-Jfla do Cotton ant Angola do lishrrs *>r them afford that gentleraan
the can to furnish the late
was
lor iylosss'ivtaincdon voyage, through them Lord of the
Silk'
*atr It'ilrrtoi"dlf'Jr l)rt afhcling HlSUr3IJCe.anI lit addition and silk to the Velvet above stocks, latest fashions.. I.THE' Subscriber respectful informs his. friends tuitously, and therefore they never trouble graF Treasury; and he Ifelieved be had stolen: ail thciedgedppi
:
they /ler a s lendid assor- the public rant he Ii9
2'h 1S32 ; generally, rented the fiertU-s
2jfust
cnent of RtR.dy ml\t Cloth ,nir. about paying lor them. Some guilt jo i hi* hat from the
in
!" nio 'tr>t4 i vi th"! |IA I larfe (.mmooIOUS Hit!Mi il IT m nKV t" HlHA ofCapitol the ,n/tfygpns public. I
-- test style) the work uid :Li hth are CVMI ofl'-nucd iV d terl11iMif iiiiin:
materiaLs little
mi is a and
warrant b'quartformeily occupied asat ern by John tifurV ; 1{ ( cei'7( (1 to be penuinc.-Consisting of sill "i blue, black Downer. The House having underg e a thorough: them l, s though it was intended to pick their. horror when my ear were arrested'by, .*.when wj J

trOWdo CmaIt1on and Olive Dress ( ..:'a., 1,0 Frocks, repair, will he ready for the reception, Boarders anti packetJal.( Intel. the destinies of
'n ncr'i)LO, tmm. Baltimore and for sa!, Pants, & silk Velvet Vests, P"f'I'U'l'! : silk ditto Visitors on the 13th inst. Europ stood tottering in the

Pt"SCI') of CO1tI', Vale ixir md Marseilles, nil t: <.j wnu-h tray will sell JOHN W. REAVES. balance. I looked 'for my ovrn note and

)iIO) Buts s. fine Howard Street FLOUR, !low for cash. il. B. & J. B. HULL, -_ f4DUINISTRA Sya.pioms.MlArchibal An- found them safe. Now could! h? have h.t
1 l.tIIACnL').L, November 22i1 ISJ1 rUIX'S :, ICEAll :* the on
14tf person chory, contrary to the advice same description of the z
40 do IJrjtKIMiSSusquehana: ( ,) 1 the estate of Samud Bryan late of the Medical r-nrh re.of'i'iotl

50Cl\: .SALT, WAIT TED ot: 'L'.ihassee, deceased, are required 10 present themHilly Faculty anu board of Health, had cabbage for as f? Could he have seen the pamphlet) from

:JOOO Lt" ACO> HAMS! (superior,) : -iiithenticated within the timf presrrued by law, his dinner-it was his favorite vegetable ; for which I copied it ? Perhaps hu had srot

I"\. Fcrs& wishing i to purchase the corn,.can Hol, H' W t U trJlUU l11lW 1 tJ: Ili1'Q "r they will be forever barred-those imhbted to the he was a tailor. III this there fath er's manuscript of Dlt tin's h my
cn.\JI UI.11'tt U firST -f .f..nnlr> '1.i Inng u .(.j'i. .4.. ,., dust 11. s. .,' f 8tatc.llrc requested to make immeciate p-ijment. but appears nothing My spee a.> \'.vll.
at the nerves
1 strange this
; were
Tn H time people had from ; by time so unsettled and
: Tl' Y. '" \1 ': LEAH UK YAK, Aim'trix. eating

d, ., JC Ei'I: ... IJD. T 1IIah\ ,se Octr i-er 30tl. 132. iSw halt a peach or a slice oi meJon.-dlcd of my mouth so dry_ that I had given up all in
i : vi 11 -
VO'lU ; : t. t. tentions
e severe of
i" \> ,'ii l 11t.! .-t' .., IS 'g.nt rt '.(.,l1j'-.t t. U."W Q ?I&JO'1C LI htrtty give.., iha six \',cck5.lth'r date- bald *pa->nisvVhat then could Mr. :\rchi I- speaking for that night, when anattack

t ,. i ira:...",.'.< in* !IK'MIU:"S 'i. r'J"II, ;... ,Vo L-JiSli a iV S'jtrCD iT 1..p! | .i.ui u will oe made to the OMIIIJ cuit of Anchory expect-he having ate heartily upon my patron turned all eyes -n'tho

,, s ud f'.fJ.r.. 1 K. Oi MHj, a-: :L ..' .IL. i. "., \t.;. "' I"J .. a. t.ic. tinty, for lit'cn. of adniimstratioi on (hf; of cabbage/ His liouules and anxiety com house upon me.it was broadly asserted that

f. m. ,' i'
.1.\1. i:e .ej" M--j u. present; thc: .. II',: '.ist Ir.n ltJ uli', Ocoher3IJw I .-. 116wB well convinced pretty his candidate
c- i that
he had to vote
the he through thick and
1 'j" r .11.i..t 1"t. {r Jill}1r nL. < btls. I'o.L: i Mt-. clear and prime,) symptoms
Al.il}. IAII TIL ".,Nu iu lii.ds. BACl >, "UJlTIll..t'l\i KUTTALL, (1IGI I be:au to think of the remedies. He had thin against the bill. The house all laughed

1,. 1.\i -".,<'- : It W' ,'. :___ ', od r.bls. Presli J.z'LOUR .., 1 .MirsCr liX! ?<, havo lorme a Law heard camphor alcohol a.-u.; Mt
111 .ind Comnas. 1ls., .. WtlbKEY.... -.-.cretin and '\ ill practirp .n the Courts< ithe v.ioI pep pi. r, brandy &c. &c. rccl.mendednndc'mcluded I might have said Amen so be It, for so it was,
Stora.rC &c. 5U I : : .
>
ion IlU\l.
f' I :islrict: nnd Jark&on O. and
10 Ticrrrs du--sc County. ice near the very naturally, that the latter would though, when the infernal Radical sat
'ab uuJ rtijriifd lias, i.tre and cr n\c.: '. tritcrs I lot, L ariswi-t his
un
; i .cIU'I,1i down there
T 30 UMs.; VAClvKREL purpose to a tee. He was a sort of call for me, some
odcll.nll hh'us .iH.H&: according
ani prepared 1 : cc, Aue.: 7, 183-2 nl 1 3m
t ,T, u 11(1)( ., COi'ToM, or other produce oa &.0.n..t.9 .- -- 3 n.;kl! Osn.nMirghs, : swallowed bdtl a tumbler hill, and then bean drunken dandies at the bar cried q'1fotihU) !

w 20 i Dozen-. Butted Cider, \'V I14I41A.M, L. ASKING vTiIl i]I I a long walk to produce spiration and aid question !J and so did I, at which the opru..ito

\ i tSunii!, sliM! or slupj>td, and a IIC ommS.lIlIl Lt\.tll/cl H '* \1t(, in "victxs and in Bulk* ;)I: i usiiits.Mn tl.ccit iINtw lh Digestion ot the cabbage. Uucoiist-iou.. of side roared with laughter and so ended:
: /V 'i> o v.ir::sns kinds } CKKy I ; -V
.
.
,
B."Int".I re1); itui iJtd'tii. lie s'.1i"'us K thaicj t :' ] .tin taiihfully his
: i rcli OLIVE OIL execute any C 'iimussi'iis route, he soon f iouna himseit' by the side I first night of intentions ; and though T had n..tmade
\ f l1 e. LL).\ AiiU .
; L1XS.Lag. I II'; I. .im b his( friends in Florid and
)
.. I. !' 16, 11'32 9 S I BVTTEK tR.-J'\J US, !lc. '. tiu pub* ef a new male grave in one of the burial my-elf celebrated, I had made nivspj

\nd Lard an,ad Bu"'.''.t..1, -I; .' ---.,. n. Ji'ly 1832. 52 tf lards ; and thinking coi.versation might divert conspicuous enough.-La Belle 1utmbltt. l
: -l" him ot the tho-. ht.. of the
k-4j1j----; '. maIDaJi T lfIGE.-1'he : caobage, he began
J Q undersigneii liasi to coloquy With the From Clark's Wo
.. 'Y nie!! !t :... : l. ., gravi-digger. ders of the EVqyr1.
j offerf'd ippiiir.tcd
'
I. L "rt" ex ate -nt and in fact for'
T .. !. .,' i*.C-"l.: : .i i .t\i" .. tvl:' tick t.. ''.1I',1\ lor (.1::,;. :, I : itiIIES.; ''M..I.- j. 'Jiautiarfd and I'arrish Carter atloney, HId the Iteirs U hat did he QIC. of{"-asked Archibald. Tilt Banian or Bur Tree is ronsiri;'r. ,M (one ..

.. .. .. .' \ I.t 4 .'uS, "G', I.i.f"JI..tI. 111,1"'r i. :.n. ;'n.Mii: ", .\p il .'s. I I' .:. :u fr. if f C,.arles \\ illianisoi., and ib intrusted with the cure:: i nolf ,'"' replied t.ic nun, ,-" Irym C l of the most curious: and beautiful ofl IH'ure'rt ;- ;:;.'.
if their lands in "lorida. All fonvarnn .lt-j production.- in thtt genial clim-ite of id-: .
persons are ing imprudently of : "
lOjljllSSl! ; cabtg.
tiUSIN.ESS. b lor ge 99 Commission Ez .sszness. from committing r( nfl lhe same, aid those desa.ng where! she ports with the greatest profu-uri .
The
In aJ'-.i i .f. Jf to rem may do MI in licati pain in Archibald's
the stomach
< uto subscrlUPHOV
present coiiuiiooii'Us i. ;" grew and .
variety. Every tree is herself
Sir)art t "'u: ."- rfi-ct bhtdi aiiu cWUtCb joi ic *. \ i K/T7.ELL. worse. He made bis a grove,
,.''in, 'ii5, 4'. f''r-'orn' t.."ir ouildn reit'ini4C ,i ) ,:.1'\1'1, f.', r."lIt"t t t J : ; '!fj:. e.-t tavern, to.k another way haliij do-e iu the rte ir- and) some of thorn are of an amazing size! a*

nl.ltiC4ic: > .1 ;JV :.he I l.iti, W'S. of: k:> iUvontcrtmcay they are continu .!! -
t;>t. T'crrts"C'l'UU" : ; increasing and
tomost
.. it E:,(1 1' HiLL, wisiits to ..urch-i :: \lJj continued hn walk. contrary
Ij'L Midi. j ;j'ubhc and Lv c > U;: t the ur.he .- other
pairoisaye, > t4e then animal and
t : an: the :5.i- firs market vegetable productions-
price will }br .
> met menu
KiiriioaBirictjicrfonn.tncc-S missioiib jr T n. a :, who inquired it he had
.0 Wt'lf"rc. cntrut- : ....II' z'til.us 4.(1'. 'Ctb iI ..0 eri
'iEAC1V ic ,arehuso, with a Pattnt Cotton '::,'t\ IH.A : bra from the main body throws out its.own
MACKINUEU. a rt'ss for .he of IEALO Uuarur bin- j-, "
Tioaid
B .
Ems j pu j-osf packing cotton and skins and 1iehbi.ld-" -I
TO CUL. JOHN G ,3IBLE : and ;vhut did ho Jic ion's, at first in small tender
IICW for fibres
jlO'jLK-lJSDAL f JefiersonGLdRGh c' ml :{'ssillg: Cotton fur shipment, it will !he in oPerA.-L frc.3h. sale l bv' ou/" i I several
: r.on in .1: bh-.rt time. They are now to LAWRENCE P. HILL.I I y: rds from the piound, which contitMnKyjrro'.s
ready
-
puicfiase "
} .November 13th JS. 2. I I'p 11,1 ...
Cotton or make librraj advances IJjf (:
on Cotton sto-) thicker, until, by des
a gradual <
JA '.'L:1.1uRL LORI:! MOKE, 1 d.d with them l for shipment to any port in the U. S>. A. : PUL .-,vUl i>c received umil the :_ ** ,*as htminIcr.{ ::.-. l l3\ dkl ":" the y ic.-h its surface where striking in.tlief--nff:- '.' .
> i heir charge for is 25 30utxt *'
J.:J. \DA.\1. J J Gadsden. which they do storage not exact cents. a become bale by the the season \u"t'mh..J'; !. by oLe( a;em of tle LTme l Siatot It's -he c.te liearttiv ol c. alJlJJ: c." ,. iiicsetiit1-: > n lari'e trunk, and become a pareut
they
I.MTkl C( 'IL :d. '.. Hi; : kDEN, Talladassei-r :.li\crs. They have a number of first rate vessels pur-entred Uuincy Bucks, Florida and,such for furnisliiu such Hum!" r of hardimrneu ArclJii..aid i it'lL coldness at the extrcrr.iuV-r tre e. throwing out rC\ branches from the top. .
myl0.l8: 4G klland dre.ipitu of Tin.u -az: :
I- if :: to freight for them to New Orleans, New Yc'rkand ;r, 1'1-uiK, a -d t.th.-r Lurnler, be -. ali.j.ped at the iieare.st tavern t j takeanutl.rr Th ese iu time extend their rr,ots and receiving
.
as rcquii-d f!
::1jut' ph::. ..vtr '6 ant '> those Charleston place ,as and low they as will engage veswls to in carry the frcigl he Imildn.g of an Arsenal, Powder may M iraziie; mul< comforter! Jie still continued his I ua- nourishment fro;. the earth ; swell into trunks
any trade, .iher buildings th, certain towirds: home
on
AppalarlucoLx way utca-ionallv and shout
: the forth other branches
: taking thus
and no cn.trge will be made for n- : contin
.ttiu1i\E1 lightering of Cotton
A'l LAW.raf.c. shipped by them. J. G. nals to be dLliVLiet! at slid j point on th. ri\tr, i 1 ; a gb$; as th. prcma.lo.'Y.SJlI1Jllvms became: Uilg' in state of ; ion
I ILL & N. HA JLEN. t.-' ecn tli junction of the Flint v.nl a pJ r(s- so long as the I
\% Ultc Ct.i.rtL nt this Lhstrici Majiclia, 0c. 9 132. and Chatahoocht, a. l inure and more ulant.in .heu
-
; ha I lirdt
; of
1J1"a.l'1.s"ntllntv, ett Florida his a't. 8tf. ,wcctwate creek, :ts rn"y In.lcai i natt... The Brirkswhen *' ruet a tui : parent them all supplies her susten.ce. *

fe-mjtijtrb.i-tii.a, oj>p,, iu- that of the 1tcgizer Office. -'. URI Hl A'tI lirTION. burned, to b. ci;ht inches Ion:., by f.ui ill'l.l"1" ncrai. \> but ( : u6ed. that' person's death i ?" tin .
;. -Thesubwrinerof- wide and jskcd he
B.11 of
IllS % two and a inches a by-stantier. A banian
; tnnMcnt8 of quaittr thick. 1'0 S..f..lIi.k
ttethe writingwill be drawn y lers t'.r tale her hOUSe and lots in he tow,, ,f will he : tree with many trunks forms tho
received. Tin ::; **
strutcut i.Mention to their! legal CS.UMICV ulsicn! : tiinber and other! lumber. Choerl.! from eataig too much !I" most beautirul walks
.: T&ilahs'Mt', JUlIe vfi accuracy. county. It is an excellent stand lor to be delivered in such cabbagt vistas and cool re .e"fts. !
1S2. quantities, and of such dimension
: 33tt I business; & ::as been long and knownalii Archibald took another dose-the cold that be
I i3i house advantageously -, as may Le required fn-ui time to time. No advance perspiration ran imagined. The leaves aro large-

SALE.- ann containing 400 acn :, good of first i1 public} entertainment.! 'Ah.fr f. a quartersection ofmii.'y will be made on either contract, %but ran from every pre of his -kin-j; soft and of ;- lively; green ; the fruit is a,small
::, ab land
)lt rate having 70 80 i
t..: "iiu cultivation.btvt.iy.hve acres, "of which is open immediately a. j inin; the or town acres, with in cultivation the:- payment si>ected and will received.be made for Bond Bricks or Lumber whtn in- thourht of church-yards, gmve.digtrs au.l Hfj, when ripe, of a bright scarlet ; affording
and bones
!btt'D Lkely crop<>f corn and finder and tl.e stock of I.ogs and w ill be re- uired for tl.e approved security, dry ; and when he reached his house, sustenance to monkeys squiirels.pencocka
young negro men faitl.ul ,
WOW and rfonnance of
chil- the
!i.1 i rtO--a "Utkonioi s, mules, cattle, and\fl hogs oxen cattle, with household Kitchen lurialiir. Furttrms, tracts.: '1 he j.ror .>sas! mu!t Iv.pn..t paid. c o11h e fell sprawling in the entry and was carriedto and birds of various kiiid which dwell among
llha."n". !I1 | aj.ply to John h. Camjtoell K '. Tillahassee bed sClIelcs'i. .
,
utliocropofa.ru and finldtr : or tothe Quincy, Florida, October 23, 1832. 10jw. the branches. *
lTt; :II.. for ; upon -ubscrib( (.r oi. tilt | r* IIMMSARAH 1ULL? The .
Eir ltl1a..1bbCC, or lermv'apply to .,*r. C. C. U il- TaU.ta e. 'im f h i 'H3:*. 94m. and Southern Recorder at Millec'g\'iII"-fhe Democrat \lacJ-alas !I" exclaimed his disconsolatewife The Hindoos are peculiarly fond of this tree; .
to the ,
iiibsfrii-er livmir (-n tin Enquirer Columbus-Tclejrraph, and I knew it would
be
.Iet
so he's consider
the they its its
Vac; >n got long duration outstretch.
JOH.v Messenger at Macon, will *
VIuirLUS. pirate r the
-l'tUlbtr 6LIJ S32. 12co\v3w: LEON OADElVIY-- '.\' .xdvrfisement, f ve sut'."..-i\.1" "t' py a- : hoiera irom eating that pla
XLt r t' t to s I .I.b -fc.i.-.ill .It. l-M i.n, E r UHs.-; By v.rtueiuu eXtc1Jion : ; _H_ oiiii di.i.: just. 't LOOK ATFR 'HIS fear and. he i pay
L% "i11,, J'.U .t' : IU of the y .lJeg..JJhe.\1Lhu1"ur" & f 'trembling- thought him:eli in a 'I honor?. The Brahmins who thus find a
$ -I haU ai-uitrtl! JoKathan 'Ihomas i de- warrant us in iiivitiug an inuiieuiaie return ot country ) 'L- state of collapse for he could ;;imo in '
1 f pRUGS, .vO.I }JI not speak--feurand acred much of'their
t.oU ):--o uulir tale, bcfoie the cou Irtp roua;c. The terms oil uition icmain ujaltercd.Je ] iy 'c.tl| hythe every grove, spend
his
Ceber*ru. Uuji ty,m unlay the 8ih v.ay of I By order of the Trustees, aruv.ils fr m >tw.YC.lk and! B ihimri re.a liberal potations chouked his utterance. tine in religious solitude, under the Ban.

} hCZie of D'It n I IJJo'c..xrkA.: AI.-a tract or quarar J. H. COX, Hector, 1 hre{; supply of Jrtili '!ru"t fyc, whirh v. ill he sold lowty At length he fell into a deep slcep--dreampt ian tree ; they plant it near the dewalls or Hio- _
ia f i.r cash, or ,
hcn.g ;le appmvf /ttii'i it rJ.
OLOk(1 orlll. 'est quarter oi srcof f if Leon Academy. Urtctly understood of l fiery dragons, yelling cholera doo called
In that my nifdi mes tre teil imps, and temples improperly pagodas ; and .
loJ1\"ltblul') varrtt trood
t"ct-nlrt Four -an'l
ranpy fi/ur. v.CM.: or 5 boys can be accomodate-d v.ith board by may in Jn the
;il:1J'land III IiltUl.LCd within a mile of the flourishing early application to the rector of the Academy. ll cites be ret'tni? irkrn their quality is not cntiri ltisfartorly V !(.. cabbage. morning he awoke-rubbed>[ in those villages where there is not any structure

Quirey.and Is.f gene,.*I ood quality- Board JX.T quarter including washing, Uduing and f to tI.t purht7ser. his uyes, and exclaimed. ** Wife, was'nt I most for public worship they place an imae

;ig',tht v land jtt.iho In ok on the premises!, will candl .. .. . .. . . . . . 20 00, Among which I the urtirU is recctvrd is-RowAKDs TONIC MIX- confoundedly corned last night i"-Bolt. Vis.Jly under one of these trees, and there perform a
!.uaa..r t.'ll;): who m.l) :%ish to purchase. Board exclui'ue of th se.. . . . $16 00. TORE- represent by the proprietor to he A" morning and sacrifice.
evening
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i wjil SAFE AND EFFECTUAL t
bo K given-further i-.iy.iblc at the end uf each REMCOf FOR THE FEVER ANDACITF.
'Q D HLt ddy i.f saje.BAMvS! .Urui! ihade October Oth 18J2. quarter.8t f. E. B. PERKINS JWaiden Spee.h.-l had always I been These are the trees under which n sect of

Gad3d.'" .MEACLA I, Ex'tor. 'I M i.tn"se"! Or'ohfr30tl! IP32. I Itf considered a youth of some pYomise, for having naked philosophers called Gymnosophists assemblrd I

rOlllltI..ht'r- Gill )15$2. I26u j i! 1J ;T'CE.: -'i he subscribers hdiiny been appointed COTTON BAGGING and Bale;- i got a Latin prize at Oxford, and taken: a in .\rri'I: days ; and this historian

T Planters. _4_, .atd h) if the late Ins of will Gadsden and testament county, executors of John Cu on ISL hh I: __) Roue-Just received and f'*r sole ,1'j j high' degree, though a fever at the time ot- going oT ai::'imi OrcMVp, it is observed I by Forbesii

F(iR : cutaiive, notice to all peisoiib having claims again> FF" V'P .c FIX AS l prevented my being m the first cIass- I i; hi.s Ort.':nul I\l<.inoirs, affords a true pitaroi' ,
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Jl..L.-4 COPIJer; UoilenI sOiJct t'b.e.; to piesent them legally authenticated within : 'i- a. or 1 -1 at Icast. so my friends were persuaded from till modern Hindoos In winter the Gym

._Alio U/oelli, kirl (t'er knd conji' i.it the linv prescribed by law, or they will be ban idforeicr .- I-- the lameness of my construing which could llu"u/:;lists enjoy the benefit of the.sun's ray
Apflprlte'/ I0 pair n"lse A-JIII htontII t' : those ineitbtef' to the estate ore requested; to MISCELLANEOUS.ation not be
,; )1.1:01 possibly: want of spirit as my Latin in i the open air ; and in summer when the heat
make iuiiucdi
: r
lTTul'JMUHf. to te
:! :!,. __ JJ: tf.. payment.JOHN C. LOVE, ) Kxeeu- debts.- ",-:= --- --.--,---- composition showed so much. The fact was, is excessive, they pass their time in cool and
Paying It
id
\% 1L1.IAM FORBES, J tors. a fart, we believe that my prize poem was written for me by a poor t nm.st places, under large trees ; which acco .

Sl'O ItEAG E. Q.uincy, .fCtober 30th 1S32.l" 118w newspaper debts are held by a large majority servitor, who was educating 'for tnt church in ding :u the. accounts of Nearchus cover a circumference
; of those who contract them, of inferior which i had considerable '
;.Ut Ill Ui A.ND.-\aluable tract of land, is offered I for obligation patronage. However of five acres. and extend their
ul> .,.. -\-0',1I"e-iw ue: I the JLA 72J in to almost any other. It i is not the less sufficient promise had been brtin. lies
1..i. JIJ.'r h .' ale, containing% ; act es-either l.art or whole evinced to i nakeD so far, that ten thousand men ca$
i'.t,' ,./: n.>.\>ri.itU .t 'oaCJlu. buiidiyi ianil purchoserb ; Md tract is adjoining the town of.vioiuicello true, that upon every principle of business, and my friends. anxious to procure seat i the t-:t'; find shelter under them. .

t rric."a'm' ('.oi lmutllu :ooJ : in Jeisri: oa county, Florida,-on said landand in the strictest right, they are ot'as hiirh House of Commons for .
oblig- and I
.411._M&rk S I. { ''{ u"< ,"''.' JAIITY.lOtf p. tht-re is about 50 acres cleared, and occupied at present: as debt of description be. the me, accordingly On the banks of the Narbudda, in the prorr

CLflixr7t1,1e3I 1. h y Ur. Hf-lt un the part iiear the town. Person wishng any can through intarvention of Kutter the attorney i inr? of uzzeraf a banian tree, supposed
.
will man Days cash for his daily food I! and i was returned 1\. P. by
fltLS.h! \ to purchase pKaw.to eiaztinc the lands 4 with the j'J] s::n;." persons to be I the one described inNear .
1 \ will bar- clothincr, and for ail mechanic
the
KIS, ap-ly to undcrNigncdho give a great works. He only condition that i should oppose The Bill"hu and
:
4.1.: at., tt.LIl ,.(.. a. .J. '. ,;uiianna gaul in the same lor calih. or uu tune allowing interest pays intorest in advance upon his bank dct taortying in every stage. The first I certainly not inferior. It is istiu,

t"l1l1l. ..HIUUl (,;1& In:! o ian the puidian; mOIlt"Y. li not di pcsed of in a his credit i is di .hoRorpd.- So f far from the oatb object had, after tii.iied by the name of Cubbeer .Burr '''bik,
1,. line all of said laud the p taking was to make a speech, which 7as
? ?' : ,-a bt portion adjoining : given to it in honor of a famous ssintr .
/ a'vancf'
will U- laid i.If into lots win the 'n many of our friends think they act 1 thought-for aunt told
% ,J'LJiL town, corresponding my me so-would be High floods, have various time
I Iti1Ac.I'1' (JILL.. sai.e town, aud sold on the firm day of December next, liberAlly if they pay for their newspapers at the amazingly talked of in the circles. *swept a Way

1.4. LLLltuloruia lhe Cl- -apply! u, BET'/OK **EAiORl.T.utaha end of the JE'arund men, wbo plume themselves .Should it be a set upper considerable part* of ,this. extraordinary tree? I
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t"t speech, or an impromptu but what still '
I. 1 JoL-.sc: > Qctot..u 30tb 18 8. I Itt their ; remains is nearly two thoccao
Q 'ui lt VhuUiy, i.11c1i. Lv upon punctuality and scrupulously or a set impromptu I 1 inclined the fir '
s. jl. to *t, as fret in circumference
duciy.: ;: measured round the
received until the 15th honest dealing in other .
will the
efl1ay J'CiOUt1Uatii.is FKOi'UUALS.ihbe respects, let their easiest, and bad no doubt the ht'use rouldefuse
ttr. I tkeraii, otncc next duor to e t of the United StaterfxiUuincy for principal stems ; the overhanging branches' f
t"i11 Ada Uftnu co1iJ 1kadfi.rd or lit his rcdencc cu,- Florida; for furl JlIn such number of. bubheU neuspaper accounts if run one two three, or listen to it from me, though 1 *)aw them z : yt struck down cover a much larger apace _
called iuiJ
stne more not j-
. ". Gilt Us.farch of lime ub may i* inquired for the public! biuiuinto ie : the years upon and the amountof attention to many a rogue wbo bad precededme. under i if grow a number of coatard .applies '
I J on'uie I he lime : account produces almost ,\
,I 183m': be erected Appamchicola river. lon an inability to 1 accordingly made several
and other i
splendid fruit *
1)'a tree
.. THa .
large trunks of thU
bcdeliveiedinijwdlt-k. casks,at sucli point u the pay it, and not unfrcquently adoubt of its sentences about
t t.II"'r.\1' Jl' lhE.-AIIIfrlSOl.s rive, between the junction ol the Flint and Chattaliuothie. "ura Yi ac- .revolution, and anarch, and : single tree .amount. to':350, and ,tfee smiflez-

a Ire a4IISL the estate ofV IU. (;am- and Sweei-XV.Uer Creek as may hereafter beihe Now annihilation at'the beautiiul fabric, and I what one c etceed 3000 ; each of these b conalanU' "
I -Ia. 'tquc teo, 10 present the saDIe to Uie : ubnaled. proixials will tate. .bcUier Liu: why should a qian pay his.butcher or pleased the m.J8Ct.I. found an appropriate pas- )-ending forth branches
.orUmlnlt.triltor \\ilhi. the delveredis made from sftelUadvance ? his bakei his tailor his and-hangiflg.rooti- _
& tliuf. tAV rilieub7 june pr ? aed to be tar or shoemaker, or his -age in a speach of D itiu's, trhkch father tu form '
siy another trunk and become
.lbe forever the
. 'n.1 Urred. Hme rocx. .ria or'money.-wriil ne made on the laudlotd, more willingly than he the had heard and taken down p&rc.Jte
pays pubscri- .
t.h WiMEiiuK. Administrator. ulltmd butp1ynt will be ma4e for the lime W tl11JJpteLed ) himself ao he told of a future progeny
lS3t. lisher of
d recetvcL Bond and approved aeeuntf : a newspaper to which he is a sul> me. I dined early and Wet.t down to the bouse _
"* di ) -
SUO"Qr ill hue reqt'i'1 f.r the faithful perfonnance of_the con her ? The butcher and' the baker turn i over where 1. found all .the best placed taken, and I FROM Ttik CINCIHIf ATI fiORICLB--

G, .Tiil. trc' llie pro.k) il8 i iu be I>o4i paid. their money prhaps.fifty times in the ye ar.- was obliged to get,under the member '
N gallery, CHOLERA JJ: CINNATI
I mbtr 13lh 1832.13 3w
l\oTe .
Q.uin 1')0 ld8, The ,
LL motfey received to-day w laid 'behind '
\ out for -
'P"l/t'II'eu U 9t .. cattle -. Joseph Hume. who.al I' .
juIreeivedai j'l'iit SOIlUlun lUcoitler A'illedge nUe ther'legraphan'dM making a
'tt"ji{ ta.: oJ.HU, which rniailr /.lacon, the ; : of A fresh supply of flour, before th eeudweek thundering speech At the reqUeftt ef ihe .editor of the cbtoL
1 \ Enquirer an against.close
; U tbelo g foi neng'C, ; boroughs and cie
JiILI. Ya&ch St. ana -
1' U. U. .- J. oIUm -will pIeaaaiaer; the tori 1Dg :of the week, which id old out again the .most particularIydettincingtheoiie which I ': chiefly for the information of'readers dii'U t f .
,
..tid.crLi.l. in theit"IC: U" apot ihrce weeks. 'following A protii often Per teat, Pa theIr represented. One or two gentlemen ,-1 1'propose: ,to*make a weekly"*report

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j tb: titr. iPbc present-number m-ill be cle.V r fickle. One-,)anJ one. tne' performance of which: l\fajesfspecr afthe open r f>f:tne CKa'hers : m-1 I Mie1afrad

Voted to its.t onset. *Throughout the whole L; ;'ITiilR :FROM Dr. PATHSONJl.FrbR8i' should nn l'- aitenfptcd by ij tyro in surgery.In he ,should I b. able 'to ..say ".Affiurs! between .I miral Seronu.o.r.still e.nd crol. "i

Tiumincrthei- an extraordinary prevalence : \ EiHt AL CoLLLGE cvidu: ion I l'4H merely otJ ran answer Hp.I ulJj'alld Holland are adjllst d." or, ha. sent ,the despatch of IOK' at..Jhe.1'_ '-, "'

of boxvt-1 (complaint; and as Far back as June, to two vch nddiessed ele ** We have ,.. I ..titUcneral/ .
L Philadelphia, Stpl. 3, 1832. J f', inquiries are frequently are compelled ,to recourse t I to Madrid Thi. de>tchf .
.t .
t qccasioual ,ca-e of malignant cholt fa occurred (concluded.) ti\ me. 1" f oil: ou allow the patient! any violent measures tt. f bring; about a settlement of t compamed by a letter from ta aid ;,....,.

e and proved latal, with the symptoms whichjobaractcrize Some \ drinks, and if -so, which would you reeom- the, differences between Belgium & Holland." I uncle Ferdinand, lJonMiu rtD.
practitioners recommend the calomel by which the .
that malady. ( ascs of this kind mend ? 1 allow Lord fotiott .
without oe-itation You will communicate the
would, : to Palmerston the sending of
to be ucd doses. I some Spanish ...
in large j."ronl'my experi.
fell under notice,,utsd two of a very stri- V 8f'1s
my tne patient to relieve the sen.-ation instructions send and
distressing we now you, you may Dou-e, under the o.
I would it in
I
small
ence prefer giving pretext
.1 dose to the
repeating the frequently of course I .
them both.It not however ; E"'gl h
repeatedly saw was the disease at time I ould endea- Britanc the French Government
t the ; the same w Majesty, considers The af1 ir.t of Don Pedro
quatity and the frequency of giving it, must I are takin.,
till the 30th that the *
I September, epidemic be Your to gratify him, with the introduction into it indispensable to send a note to the able turn. If the a I

i Il! In a popular w of the subject cnn. be saidto tj-mlarcase.regulated One by the of circumstances the following pills of each, I would par- the stomach of the least possible quantity o'fluid King of Holland, in the namesof France and I will be delt ated. enemy A retreat venture, without an M I

have begun. ( : I know nothing so grateful, to the pati- Lngland, and announcing to him that a short 1 would be fatal to him and .tt&c
begin with by giving half hour. The ,
: At 9 o'clock in the morning of, that'dny, every ent, allowing him will still be him decisive state of iDa
occasionally a tablespoonful delay granted to give a would not be much better.
pill ought to freshly prepared. It they have I The
John .oonse. a wagoner,: of intemperate habits of of at'
ice-water
t poonful the different xxhich have
been made for oOllledo's or even a ia- reply proposals been from Spun, are not
: they have become very fealbfactotv
living north of the canal, was seized. with hard, and remain some time in the stomach before pounded ice. You may allow him this, with- made to him, on the subject ot! his difficulties I asserted by letters from Madrid '
ofthe I that
t vomiting and diarrhoea ; violent cramps they are dissolved, and moment is out the least danger, even durin the collapse. with Belgium-that hisilence will! be consid- liisia,,Jose Maria's hand of i in .tDd&.
I Guerilla.
ensued the surface every
xtremitie vpry soon ; of value in treating this disease.Recipe 2. Would \ ou apply heat during the stare; of ered a refusal to accept the said proposals! and rrt'a-ing, and that two chiefs have' Jf j

of his :)odv.- became cold ; his thirst: was intense Sub. Mur. collapso 1 I inswei most certainly I would. that the French Government will then consid- I standard of liberty. It ra :. :
liydr. Scruples ijfs2 1-2 i
appears that
; his anxiety and restlessness were "f'ryIf"eat I do not, however heat with the itself tbet
apply expectation er obliged have recourse to arms. I er a'.ove mentioned "
Puly. Capiir. xij 12 I brought
I ; very soon his visage assumed a purple Sul. Morphia. gr i ij) 2 f restoring the circulation, and !bring- These instructions further direct the ranch I. Count d'Oialia, to urge th." condu lU trUctjOl1s for

: t hue ; lu- fingers looked parboiled, and, about gr. log back the natural waimth of the extremi Ambassador at London, to invite the fnrli.-h >:, Portuguese atlttirs ioD of the
In form. ar.ib. ; as a
nass. c. in. !
;; g. prolong
With this of
f the nuBs, became blu ". concourse divide in Pilulai, aequalcs. \o. X. ties. The coldness is a mere symptom, and I cabinet to unite with the French, in adopting I struggle might be of serious ( of t6t

L symptoms. but retaining his senses, he strug. if hope to remove it, must attack the I coercive if 'on ('quenceto
It will be -ervcd! that each of these pills you you measures, the demmand about to I Spain.'p
U gled on till tix o'clock, when he cxpired, nine ; cMi-o from which it But .
contain the l-5tb of a grain of This I originates. although be made of the Dut h government should be P. HIS, Sept. 18.-Tbe
morphia.! : official
of the disease. 1
invasion
BuU
the
I )hours alter I con-ider: a most valuable remedy in I have no expectation, that the simple application as unavailing! as the preceding. %hile wait- the cholera, on SIJlld.IY. t\1tes the inot
This be said to be the first case. From I quietingthe of heat, will of I deaths i
may itself he
:ittomach and relieving the Hut remove calnimycoldness ing a reply from )i. Durana de Marcuil, the hospi to have been 4, und the
that time don to the time, (a period pa.-ms. I at home: 6.
present of the iurti.'c Mill I satisfied it
: am trench Ministers had 1\
r ; assembled
;
; it is one hich mu.-t be employe I with frequently to now C..St adlmtt'd Into the
judgment. -
i ho.pitb
of 13 days) the di.-ease has been ftl8antlYIbp.comin | will keep the in f favourable 1
were
I The indications for its employment body a more state deliberate upon this important nhje< t. On and the patieats.dischurged ;
How areho cured 8.
and
more more prevalent. j fur alhr.x ing the remedies you employ to produce the 17th Sept. the council of Minister.met .Dun'
Saturday and
and
Sunday.
I \ vomiting a.d
: lIIs so soon it yesterday
I unable ; 1j1a ; as ,
victims to topay
have fallen : it am ,iheffect Wiich not I 8io
many r-he\es the.-e it should be dis'ontinu I to you prescribe them. and long discussions ensued without decidingany death trorn Cholera !
bu: the number cannot be less than titty, of 1 symptoms I Wh'Mi ct occurred in.the
the
ondy of drowned is taken lDilItar
It is probable, after three or four oflh pcr&on thing,-at last it was settled, that each one hospitals of Paris. ,,
I 'fchom j large proportion have bern negroes.i i Iron) the xvatt r, yoiapply heat ; but do not ot* the nllni should reflect '
I ;;;s have been taken, they will disappear you ters' separately on 'J h* Ss\aLlan Mercury, under
Both haxe t fallen, but) the greatest ; the head
sexes expect, by doing so, to restore the function of
what of
IIlIm-1 coercive should taken and Rhenish Havana
measures
or, nt all events, become much mitigated. : ; Sept. 19tn, gava.J
of whom ; _,.
ber have been men, a majority ;I Intemperule. circulation sole
I \oiir object; ito keep the body on the 18th it determined the mania the
: Should this be the case, pills was to resume tor emigration! to \
dtd in containing mere'.1UIIu'I ortb-\meriC'1
\ 'L hese person.-> every :. !h .': i.should be sub.-titutcd for those with as nearly: po-sible ill its natural condition. old proj'-ct assembling a fleet 'at Cherbourg; erea-es: in this countrv. st jjj).
linEn the) to the canal :
of the city, river : .
part I the You to act ill concert with the Englih tiret.i. dt \\-havcjiM learnt
: morphia.( had better dire tour : that 30
Deer Creek Western p.i-
the iuinkof to
from person
and The folbxving; i i- the, most convenient mode Uigney \s ill command in the i- renchqlJadron. *, each
I lien! to t.
Row, and beyond. until! bonj! thuty gniinhae been taken nf- of apply lit! boat. It wa- first:! re omnviidenbviUr. I .- Marshal Soult has declared that it tlurills,ha H rJgI ecd to make to 2StOCo
indubitable eidnetthat ; ; one
affords
Such advent
common
an i her thi- ba be. ( 1'1 nto-h. the clistill lIi"lH'd. chemi.-t ot WoUld take but eight days to I'la Marshal and proceed to America." stock: .
'allo
of Indeed i j quautitx > 'n -\\ \ ed, dimim-h ,
the disease i is atmo-plwric origin ,
i the do-e, and Ut him talce; only 3 evcrx I Glasgow. An iron tube, a gun 'arrel lor example Gerard with 0,000 troops at Antwerp. Extract: of a private letter of the 6th
for grains mst
irrie is no possible ground; dispute ojt j b-Mna twisted! after the fashion of tin from
hah liotir., Tit Thee e resolutions have been sent to M. iiOmc. *
i m (Ii' me be continued
ibis point, aonn: cholera t' i-1t.tI near us, an,11 I inay worm of a small still, is to be used.as tollov.- )uranc'de! Aiarenil Ie
: in lluquantiti I and tak."n at these: intervals1until ] *, that he max subirit: them t he Pope in compliance with
the attacked \\ ere ('hIfluch a.- he.d I j uVuisirf
-sous i he twi-d
pi part is to be placed; in a port.ibie to the considcrat.on; of'the Kngh-h cabinet. the .
1 from l"idJolahas
half drachm
a s> rnplc to a monoi f mperor just ab-J
with One
coiitinunicalion strangers. or M.ned
no % fllrnaet>,itncl when it has
calomel! taken ( became red hot, a i L Orders have beenent h telegraph: to assern- in whu-h he declares
from the is a ter which vu h.id' otter ) to the tler; S

chi here laborers into tlw adjoin: country the,: !* .illoxx the pntu-ni' .-lIlIrt fI'-pit'f". l houid! th,' 1'ing; linlune' npplhod to the further end, is to be !lIC! an army on the frontiers of IVl Lull1., It J athobcs of Poland, that all the T aithfulto and
Had During
just come city. introduced
rtrder t'ne bed cloths which
alo .el should I appears: that beside the & of 3U,000 men bound to the
in : not of it- if p nod just named, ca es have appeared :"l'\- iie with by (
eral p steamboats both from above and below -, .iJter! it ha. fI'l11aiu'd i II. the :"\-1/! m for supported.[ section.-" huop. I Ux, mtrodu. hich M to inter immediately; into Helmut.., sovereign who has recovered Poland. rW

; ; -.uine tune H will be i.s-eiul to :11'u iier 'iig into the other extremity of th tu'' another army will be formed on the frontiers III OilS to the departure! of the courier
both sid of' : po with
cases have likewi-e.octuried i : on < s I the of tii
pije n pair; ot bel lct s, and blowingthrou ca.-e a larger force should be brief
i several Poles
containing: txxelv calomi 1 I resident
ot necessary. at
gran
i : alit one Rome
miles Ijeithe
the the ui.-tance of x
river
l some
at \ oo be.
t it
I ... I _' you -urround the body of'the patii \l e know not what credit i is be
crupe! o': ilui'.iuib' and the operation oi( this to jiixen to ins apprised of tlje steps, taken nvhVRrJmba.ador

oilx. I, max. be [)roii; .11(1! bx ivmg >oi' ho :ratcr; nt xxitl a heated attiiosphere. A dry' heat I the above statements, but having already experienced on t hi- :-11 bjC'cI! ---- -u.'ljil
with tbe outbreak here requited
About the time ao ,
same
prefer t moist w
but
) a
the manilested its If at Louisville ; waid-, a do-e of ca-tm o 1. j he) treat object one, any other mode for so frcqm{ ntly the iuacuracy of the ti.ence: of Gregory X\ L when they ; .

epidemic ; 'i I would recommend prodiction, xhich may be mo.,t convenient, accounts which have been: published !th' to hs hoiness: all that rPpuett.ed
thu- shu the atmospheric diatcrnpcia- you, to l.ax in viet is to on : had been done ot late
inglh.it I jut duce an hI' emjloyod. !'he heated air, ought not subject. of Belgium and Holland I L the Ku-siai
the ,
the 'aik.: of the Ohio.; r into stou.acb: a con-ideiable( : qnuiJix we cannot by H gox rnir.ent in order to extir.
\
tuie \
-
is geiurdl in to be the
the iaj'hion of the mani-! : : of} calomel in divided do.canti then to constantly; applied ; irdientiorr for 11.4use help looking at them with -u-pieion ; meantime ,pair; the i ittbo.'ir: rehiii'.n irom Poland
This epidemic, : and
: as IS
i- fu the in
but | endeaxonrto: obtniu tectuljit! dejection" \, hn ke'ej.) body a suitable srale for an angry: correspondence ha.pissed: he- substitute t for it lilt. trek ritual
cst itself fiist tilt ; they
: at in larger; towns may the of the remedies expali.
; : the iice-coluured tion into operatior you emplox and txxffii! Baron Chasse, ooinmai ding the citadel ated the}
deje( ;re chmgcd upon per.-ecuiions exerci-ed
th" ith in the smaller, and in tinCountry !
oI l expected -hoiild I agams
be carried
feculent! otiiv so f far as to accom of Antwerp, & the elgium elrier! the
the I coii.inaiidina Catholic
generally.lit t Plies, danger is in a reat IIH HSUl C di-h this : priests l and the -moxalof! thou-

1 similarity, in the mode of inva-ion fl. it .in f nd ; I.tc'rern'\ in the u-e of calomel ; ol.j-cl. the toxui-no ho-tiliticd: : hu\\ e\'t'r, had taken sands: of thu inh-jhii.mts' and d. .Jren to Rus.

the di'a..e on-the! banks ot'thn St. Lawrenci.: nt. the hc.tlihy; !.! .-' creiiens are fully ree.tabjib )- .s. rc'ecN| giophxlactic measure.-, my adxie place. sia, where th.'y are t forced to embrace th.
t xx fluId) \h confirn-d
the Hudson, and the Ohio, i is tnkaig. '1 htl- !! ii.'i h'-n till stools become: natural, and attention to iiet? and to enforce the strictest Another a"f'OHl.t, speak of an arrangement (Greek religion ; the, also ob.-rrx-td to him by

.lie disease appealed in nearly' thealte d.u, at I hen the > I to l(1.
!! ompletely :toppcj i i-; restored, patient i i-* I ( () During the iutc.nce: of cholera chlU; to the payment of a July! to the king a .-chism. and '-cute.i reliuion
Quebec and Aiontreal. at New York and Albany your I ill a di.-tnct, the inhabitants, should retrain 1..(' Jfn" n,. .' .._,., .. .0.1_ _,__ "_ I,' per- of which h
and at Cincinnati and Loui ,'ilh.. '1 he fun-d. All that is fnrtbr leq'iired, is re-t: ini I'from the H' UllnHU "I 'JJ'" ;itii per. L7fl. ii SII'n a "LIht to be a supporter. the Pope replied;
of ALL
I i iu'd, for .* and uzc Flit ITS, and shouh! proposal be accepted: it will he that he did
two fir A are 180 miles asunder, the two next om days, care; to avoid taking a tr'iog proof not belie e what they had stated to

160, and the two I last 150. I.W} but tinlightest and most dige.-tihle arttes : articles nven eat of vc:iood!atables and sparingly ; ligh. tlige.-tible! of the reluctance of Lngland and I- ranee to him ; that on thn contrary he was convinced

;
,
of food.I avoiding every thing like eiitci on a '\\ar-of the weakness th Grey o t* the excellent dispositions of the
1 he weather since the middle ot September, dissipation, arc the best securities xxhich I eaipero'Nicholas
I do 11 t in thiletter ran Minister: i partil'ularly-ror; submission to -Udl.an in tnvotir; of the Catholic !
bas been generally pll'a-i1nt. The ctnnnoxi.i.Jams > pretend, to enter intoa he religion
adopu to
were moderate, and exhibited nothing detail ol the In-atmcm I merely \\ Io-h to ( e. ::hould;guard the against an attack of thejwtileiie extortion would be highly unpopular i'- Ln-.- for the propagation of which that sovereIgn

uncommon in theii character. 'i hy wenpo.tponed call your attention to the leading i f die-atioll.> let medical aid be promonitory symptomsari..i' land. It is impos.-ible to conceive any j'i.-t had already made many sacrifices.' "

t to the last week of Stpt'-n! er and which iruu. u.y practice, find) the principal The ex-en those of immediately this class xxho called in. {grounds for it ; it i ifa revival ot the atioeious Lxtract of a letter of the .:.6th ult. from

; the first of Octob r, and \\ere attended with 'means i entpl!"iy for thi-it actomph:?.hinen'. "I in poor their habits, SlltJ r much ( ethan are their sober pretentious of Holland to close one of the Ptoizheim :-" Qn b'aturdjy n.jiht:; a fjalloaj
favoured
tnany intervening day sol u< light ul xxeatht r. l'1n1 o.e ot thonc, \\ ho am doeidrdlv opposed brethren in thc better Wit ks of life. Ther"i.s" 1 for most the ro.J1nlt.rcial position Luropc: xx as erected in the square of the suburb called

!j to the treatment ot m-ra-e most selfish: purposes. Leopold. The txvo pUt ards of the Bade
The Hth Inst. on which n.imejous tatul cases on! sy-tematic; prin- 0 this i is : '
ca.-ily !
explained
Q'Ccurred8:00 lair, temperate and balm) to the C ipics. Tile mind of the ph.it: au l b, iniim- led the They ne- 't! he accounts from La Vendee are again goxernment containing the resolutions of the

: penseNothing can be more certain than t ji i tied with th'i learning of hi, (p! of!(,=f to;:, :;iid g cla.-s prcrHonitoiy attend :>yin|>toiii*, citizen.of ainr alarmin!'!. The Duche.-s: de Bern is still there Diet respecting the abolition of the liberty of
them.I .
r to
that the appearance ot the epidemic: had no 'I j u. blv stored with physiological( and patholu i- "upt and the royalist papers relite t., a number ol the press, as xvel! as the portraitand Dimes

tonnexion whatever with the sensible cl'laliti '' ntl 1 Iact-.:, fcho'.Id! treat syniptoms and not di>- hope sincerely that the you wIll havt' no oppoittimtyoi romantic anecdotes; concerning htr and her of somo conspicuous personages, fl ere afued

of the atmo :here. ese. ?. 'fL;, system of Joh:: ,'ro\\ n, has -ontaine l in thi te-ting letter justness 01 the opinion hair bre.i'lth escapes. It xvould 8'C/J; to us to it. A :.strict search has been made to discover
: Tho
DAMEL: DKAKi j"1.: D. 1 sicriHced i thousands I ; of lives ; ;ar.d the 1 tieitrnent: of the that their object i ib to keep puuhe atteutiou: airected the authors of thi-: exhibition, but with
system cholera is the
.. to mruical Pf'lctillon..
ij ,_ ,i- i- it i -not--- nntv to her, and thus the houibh out siiece-.V
CINCINNATI. October 12, Iba2. tu mou.-Mtis. u oni-e. aiioxxed'o liecotnc the I -'J prevent ;
j'I' the most unprofitable, but at the same time the family from being entirely forgotten b the } xtra.t of letter oh.
prevailing; {gimse: in the praeti'-e of American: ) isa- a private rf the iiSth

physician.wih liven most distre-fl-mt; ; duty xxhieh! ,profession can nation, while in thtir silent retre. t at Edinburgh from 'Ihf.rn ;_h j he hst Pf-l-b Refugees
How to establish a name.- Dr. Portal:, \\ hu d.troythe of tcn'oi iu-po c- on him. It require.-him laboui :
to
tiled lately in Pans was in high thnu-and I oriunately, ho ever, the warml I night or Syra. I txhoought n asylum in oir: Jfttryjjavebeea
K'putea.saphysician. and often
.um ;:y, veiy in of all his
spite_ ext At Marseilles: also some carlist disturbanceshad ,
It : t:> disciples of this pathologi-t! t delin'rc.tlIJp ttnt' uians.; 't-'* onl werftable
was r<:ally amusing to hear him although tr.(} i t 4rto.: : & in defiance ol the best directed )
uch his doctrines to others do I, v-. occurred hich were not entirely settledat to reach Pillau and Dantzic to bark lot
relate to his pupils the mann r in which he began I I pn no; pnctiee ICe (Jj Irealuient, his t'tl orts to lifo vo>
them ihTn r-lves. If savo areunavainiig the l last: accounts from theuce. France. The Prussian ,. ued*
business. that : you look into choleraliopt troxernment i :
Knowing in a groat capital I that is to if his
; ,
like Paris, quackery ann\'ers': well enough 1 U;, managed by the wildc.-t entliusid.-ts ailed for until the say dio has assistance isiOt The French Ministry had not yet been re- cabinet order jy_ h hll'b i j' as directed t that
: e.lse been suffered
for 'those without talents, the Doctor determined of ijr<>U8S ni.sm in the United States, yon will I to assume its malignant foim. Believe organized. T 1 he Paris papers speaks of dif- every mean was tt) be employed except violence -

for once to make it the of find that their faith in the assrrtionof: thur alxx me, fetent attempts made by the king for that purpose to induce the Polish refugees to return
serve i i sir lours
purpose I .sys, my near mo.-t t ,
merit. To this end he ordered his n\an, the master is not sufficient to induce! them toe- 1 dANVILLE S. PATT1SOX faithfully. but without effect. M. Gui2ot, the doctrinaire home ; and that in case of their not complying

only" one that he kept, to knock daily at all the lieve him, when he asserts that he did not lo.-e To Dr. : AKMitiiAEi., Fredericksburgh Va was the last persoc with whom the \\ ith the injunction, they were to npsenttotte

hotels in tbe city, and enquire for Dr. Portal. i..ore than, ".one patient from ch .lera, out of .-1--_=r.., '_-= _. negotiations had been going on. j' Prussian lortresses, 10 be employed .10 Wit

thirty or forty," when he tieated The mother of .Napoleon, it would works. The Prussian Schmidt waS
I $to one, of course: knew tiny thing of Dr. Portal ihem bynoapplication FOREIGN. appear i I general

; but b) frequent repetition of the name, : of a few leaches to the abdomen, i.s very ill!, and much curiosity is felt in France 'I chargtd with the execution of'this order. Tbus

;uid .,ve theni, internally ice. as to the manner in which she-xill donne I\f 1 general leaving it to subordinate aze't5tlatter til.
AI'
and stunnod bv the nois of the knockers peo (g pounded FROM TilE XtXX'-YOUK COURIER AM>r..NQUIRERTKrlFll03I : r I- I IsuLj.ct i

pie began to su-pcct: he was some able man least, if they do believe him, their good sense : L \ KHANCE. j her immense propt'rty some particulars; OH this : thought they should render thenx- l *ragreeable .

I In hi* (line, and for once the conjecture was constrain them to pursue a much more ";icrgetie Our J eivSobr.. Eclipse, arrived in x>ill be f found in another olumn. i i to the King, by delivering these unfortunate -.
Guided : town The Duke of Brunswi'k, whom it hill be !.I into the hands the Moscovites. -
practice. men of
by xxi.lgivv
V\
know who symptomyou ; lust
light. r a professional man took : night! Irom the Bane Francia
withhold packet ship recollected, was a or two since driven The detacfcn.ents -
I or stimuli, as the ciicum-tanr"- year Poles-were divided into
le.-s mode of
luimsuif.Evry' : <. i
I .a Xpt'nio'l\ puffing ; apt. unk which sailed from that from 'I
the his
r ; Sunday ill the middle of the service, his of the particulai ca.-o, max' :eem; to reqifne} ; :hIst'ept. port on dominions in consequence of hiex- j of from 200 to 50u men, to each efwhuh

and, in fact, bearing in mind indication travagant conduct, had been urrc ted by the the cabinet order was read. The- pas*
great
Va 81> came running into church to call out hi"Ola..ter your 1 he editor of the i OUIIeI' and French
his
Enquirer Government
to re-tore the healthful action f and transported pointing out the whichlb!
to attend in haste: a patient on the ol impaired received by this conveyance, files 0" Havre to Sxxitzerland. probably I sage motives by
Itehadbeiore
of death. The scheme succeeded he functiontreat special symptomwith and been ordered : Poles were to be induced to return home .as
point the
i spe- Paii-journ.ils; to the -
orrner
date [
of to the
cial rcmedi, s. quit country-having attempted to raise : not read but instead of it the Prussian officer
to think the DoctorIn the 2oth
oon
began ; the latter
congregation; : Z-ept., to the 19th.
i troops in France with a view of added b*
great practice, and' people will empoy only I'heirijectionofasolution of the mur. soda The atlairs of Belgium and Holland his reconquring I that in case resistance i they would

tlOoIC.aid to be in Neic-York (common alt,) into the veins i is appear kingdom. This is a son of the celebrated forced to return to their country. It i* to be
great practice.- :: a remedy to, be assuming a chara ter, if we believethe I Duke of Brunswick
may who
undtf
which has lately attracted considerable was killed at Waterloo. remarked that the PolVs were already
Pans
Japer.Our
4 atten correspondence of'the Journal .
du ( '
IV.
tion. I otfei George of England was his guardian the exclusive comu.and of Prussian officer-
7 Foreign Rtlrtion8.-1t has been can nd opinion PS to its he
recent- value iigvre ; states on the 19th ''ept. thdt
the and with
ly: EtHted in one of our rooming papers, that: from my own ob-ervation, but from the fleet Conference in London had almost ceased its : the Count him or with his minister at hanover After having heard the order they all declares

the Sicilian Government had utterly declined it produced in A case where it was employed deliberations, finding it impossible to Munsier, the Young Duke had i t they would not return but by force. As iuck.

of the claunes of by distinguished colleague Dr. producean repeated altercations before coming of d answer: was expected, a quantity ot rod* au
negotiation ou merchants my George arrangement of the questions in A kind
of '
en account of spoliations while that country M'Clcllan, a gentleman, \vhoe zeal and acquirements Lord Palmerston, the british Minister dispute., how- ly. The lute insanity Queen seems of to pervade this C.1: bludgeons had been collected, and the *)
England was his sian soldiers strike,
under tho Murat.We : in medic.il rinc.. : received orders to
ot well still
!
.1hl sceptre you urn ever, continued his endeavours
1 :' alone, and It is i stated in a letter from Li.-bon.__. Ihllt_ __ .. Poles if did a<:tna>
acquuintei: with, and ; U' they not obey. This was
Jy
have the best reason to know that this ) jus apprecate, I shQuid had transmitted to the Hague, a for .

:; Btntcmant is untrue, and that our Minister at feel 1 disposed to IIlSe it in very desperate cases, definite settlement ot the different project the differences Miguel had offered Don PedrotfJ settle: their'! y done, without producing the desired; cUcCI!

I Naples i is bringing to a successful termination:': here ALL other means have failed in rousing this step had not been points unadjusted by a duel. There i is probably no IThe cavalry was then ordered to mak('
: more suc- more truth in this w'ere
the 'vital statement, than there xvas in charge the unfortunate Pole who
functions. The I upon ,
that wiil case refer ce.-sful >
than
E negocintion secure indemnity to our to, was those which preceded it and six that
- ciliated during the life of I thrown rse-
plundered merchants_ and to add to the Millions I that of a woman in the last stage ot'collapse.: days before the b reiich Government had the Napoleon, that dcwn and trampled upon by themen.

_-_! I Already recovered by the honest and 'fearless: When Dr. ,VClellan was called on to inject ceived intelligence from their Minister re- him Emperior PauloI' Russia, had proposedto : Many of the refugees having. been
at the to settle their disputes wounded to 'K.9vance
the veins life seemed its : in public combat. they \vereat length forced
close
at
venerable President. and the
Hague
course pursued by our no person Marquis of Dalmatia, that the Nullification cot
pro- began to and thus frontiers
CaD it be that gratitude, if no higher motive u would have conceived it possible to have ject 01 Lord Palmerston had been attention excite considerable they passed the
prolonged for hour. rejected. in Paris. The address to their constituents e-cortcd, but chased and pursued as it\er _b1i
.}taB no deserted the human breast and fled an Mj friend was not. A cabinet council was immediately
summoned published by the Nullifiers at Wash i dogs. On m Poland the Ru gJ
to brutish beasts," that those who are there- however, discouraged, but immdic. telY threw and on the 14th, instructions were arriving ofI
transmitted ington, during the last SC:;. ion of : has J to each ot them from 50 100 lashes
with the congress j gave to
a syringe, into medium
I pipienU of these advantages will not supportAndrew vein, seventy to M. Durand de Marcuil, the Irench Ambassador been translated I
in the JOliTlllldu I detacfir
Commerce the knout.
One of the
: ounces of water, in which small, most numeroUi
4 Jackson, to whom is exclusively due a tea-cup full at London, of which the is with
: of salt, (about three had following said. some articles on the subject from thu paper ments \\ hich had also been ilf. treated obU
the merit of these greet acts. -A. y. Stand- ounces,) been dis to be a copy. I and the

ord.t solved. The effect was most miraculous. The We have learned from Pennsylvania ..1uquirerA ately fused to pas therontier, ; and the9

One of our neighbors energies of the 8J"temYaM restored, and the Hague; that the our Minister at the I courier from Madrid arrived at the Span di, rs composing, harnwsid, bythue Prussaa'
espying a number of proposals made by Lord Pal-i ish -
_ Embassy on with from last WIt utJ.O'the
lived for than Sunday, letters that troops, at in !u tit of exasperation: .
4 Inischievou* little in the 8't'of patient more one hundred hours mersxon, have not been
raguc& even taken
carrying into
1 consideration capital to the lltb, and from Oporto to the 6th oihcers and threw them from.their hor' .
T off a quantity of fruit,from his'orchard, without ajtencardt. As Dr. M'<..lelJlln was merely by th<* Cabinet; of the 'Km of Hol ir st. The of Don thus violence for violence 1iP.

leave or license bawled out called on to perform the operation, and had no- land, and in army Miguel was very returning
,
lustily consequence, we convincedthat much duwith
very
are discouraged, and dare not act on the offensive this the cavalry! charged them, cut.tifein :
do in
L A' what about bete thing to directing the alter treatment 1 the of .
are you ,, you rascals ? project Lord: Palmeraton. will neither ;' the commandant, Lopez dq their sabres t11CW !
itigna' ,trampled upon ;
1*;About going Raid be seized am not aware inwhat it consisted. The receive eI
his case attention
_ one Bat bat, any from the Northern having little confidence in the fidelity oi" his ,their hOfieti.Dod: then Icff.tht:1U to be nniab

1', .. ,and scampered off at double quick time-! : is an interesting one, as proving that even in powers, it having been drawn up und sent without soldiers, had applied'to,his sovereign for a fleW by the Cossacks. -. 'f

_ _. ft,cord oj Gtniiu. ;, the very worst cuse&: :!, the energies oi life may, .their p1uti ipatjon. he'que8tion pf Holland reinforcement. In a addrewed inbab '
despatch
Some Prussian
officers and
by
.'. many ,
their last
at ebb
: :. ,. berestoredand time allowed and Belgium, is, however, of-too vital the General-in-Chief th
importance
; of Don ol'
An eastern .editor, that his sub. for the operation' ofl ernedi ... It i is, however for, and Miguels army ants who were 1I1'oluntur'ltn' s e8 >
;
says
1urope, particularly! tor i to the Minister of the Marine, lie riates. (bat bloody : the Government I

.cribers: woulft.,; iuake ,excellentwheelPQIO only the :in very, desperate. caeet', that.l_would, use Jl. Louis Philip, o allow the Ministers of his unless the mouth of Doure be blocked up, it- loud with scuu-s teur. in reproSiheu then .1:) ;s. Aof det Ci t.
ejection of a solutidn-o(silt'and, let it Majesty to hesitate ; :
longer about.bringing it will be i for him .
impossible t
10 to
-1 ? 9f jK EQvelt attack the rebels the 4th lievrime'ni which had glUoedIOQch
ez ._ be recollected, $at the! operation if a most de-. a close* It is > .;
_ _' ": '. I. : 41 :" "" ". : a $oluleljr. eecetaagr bat! in Hb J wheeem aQt.i.D. lll i qr }lJi' ])e, : bO. ourdurJui'U.-6: fi -" f77. *.

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(to tie rfiissFanstot they ex- pcneraf .amEcoTiTp,1ete! .oblivion ofDei (.thd ..R .''rSER, to: rostIesio. ETIiolt-st: ;. a sailor. tellt : incri: y-be pt i&rffiitlwfpffrfcial t': '; ..- Nlw'YoaKiO"e2 ;

JeS t'n1illinhulI-: | You may kill u.-, I but si*"-_. *1' ,_* named "on !?(T. and a Swede, who. we under- .reports -made in the different T(ers. ; I I o )1It .-Throughout. the week the ilth.t. .
Th- abanff I ROSiF Sepl. 6; The We hope'soon to state that apprehension has !
llu'fronlir -
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1.1);) A'| VC p 'Popr.i.in'romp1i' tnnrl rfi'rln) ; th" boat, on iho wnv down. Wi subsided.Delmeare.- i,t'hit. '.. -h good) an read to .huH with an nsu- I ance 'with the-wish of the Nit-bot. .- .
then emperor I that '.ih" Iiat. bp. .
,'a. I irn "on ntu>r flhltflT.r 'n equal proportions for RnI.titl.: .
th 'f I)1) ") rt-si'terf thf> would! he 'ent1tbt has ju>t "igned H Brief in which he 'eclarrs .!' .. I. .1 wi'" .1.. rr a home shipping
t about
amount (
and Rarilan C ral.-This work -pmner o 2O0ba1esnpatberrnprnvngratusay1
.lite forii( "''f I" 81ul mac to Inhor n the fr" to the ( 'lergy and the Catholics of PoJanrl.that 1 jonnectinir the Delaware and Katitan great Riven at, r IOOtTplans. nt

,''hamed to hrel-birro\v.: i hey all the faithful are buund.to obey the Ukases Sordentnwn and New and 10 1-2 a 12 11-2 cb' .
('' FT.4(1)RIDI'n N Brunswick, forming a ; .too OrMDt'! at 11 a.
"M be j it :0.U' will kis t h errrI issued oy the lawful who ha : '
j le ,t .o sovereign sloop navigation between the cities of New York 11 1-2; and 100 Tenneasefe at 1013s 1O.

," .b IIn d. He may do what he plea.ru recovered Poland. and Philadelpl/ir-and by means of the Chesapeakeand 34. This includes .of the new crop: afcwit
"e ?
".11,! that h,- does not deliver; u> .up to The mall town oi Sakolow in Poland ha- A1L'1.i\W.il g i Delaware banal, a safe communication be- 1 100 Uplands at '12- cts; and 15O-Ort"int.

f;ish"u 118\.!""( vites.1 IN ron-equence this uenMias l lately been almost wholly de.-troyed by fire.CuLOMBIA. TtlRSDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 2(: t ween and the commercial towns. on tIre, Chesepeake 1 2 3-4'a 13 'cents. Import from 20th to 27tbJL
Say the New England Suite in
t. Ivandran wherreived .' being now a
back to .
nt Oct: ,
-" 61 q bale .
..hmf'11 informed no further I FRM THE'LS.. \Ve; .\-'. '\\ py to state: that our in"trnrisio" great state forwardness, and to be 'completedth by >
are .
as w _____
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end ofihe it -- ------ L.0
ensuing (1833,) might beSeful ---- -
r' lent. I* to the detan-hment that ha'ejf.tre'u The following letter, gives a different aspect mail contractor, Mr. C. P. .lallette, tins cornU for the interests, year as well as for the information l iitisii.-, ood w r-.
and l>antzirk then ,1 li'ieij his arrangements f'r carryinthe mail from this man will obtain liberal \,a4
mbarkrd at Pillau to atl irs in olomitia: flOm the discolored *tatcment of persons connecting with the coasting and :- s
wa 1larc I r Milledffpvillc.-The whole line is furnishtrd by applying at this the ii"\
mily be attrinuted to the I.r' humanity in the Jamaica Gagetto. ; i inland trade, who may, in the mean time, be disposed fficcby ,
of -
ran .
with! and elo I ani coaches. We undcrstami Jminuarynexr. .
new tmoassrnrrers _
this :
Officer who comnianilrd th in, and to BOGOTA to construct vessels adapted to canal -
Sept. 7, 1832. from this nlacr, will reach Mllledeeville in ,.:"
when undoubteay
numbers will .
completed, as -
entrusted the arrangements! of I great .
been! -send the of NEW-YORK. '
'hoUl'had you pape-s to-day ; the areta THREE DATS.This is certainly a ref.-nn thaTiIl be l find employment hrlhis now route. -

,,0.e "ho were de.t4iruu?s of emipating. i he Lslraordinana, containing tht' pleasant very acceptable to our citizens. By this arrangement The Canal is seventy-five t feet at top water line, The new regular packet .rif' Eveline; ,
,
-fan: Jf-"iment has no iiI lflliincet andrl nev\s of Ohando'-'.- heing in a fair way of rew e shall i1.! our northern letters and papers. two dnysrlitr and seven l feet deep, and will conveniently pass lJi. Captain B. Jhepard, will meet with! *.l<% V

the shame ol th<' attn iti-# romiuittedtlbc I Monng peace in the South. Flores has failed: f than hy any that has heretofore existed. vessels of six f feet water-the Locks are one hun- ateh, fT freight or passage, hiring stiperior

tDolIlt }l'olih refugee> doe-* not all ubsof iMiando has succeeded so well, that all hi- It may not he impropei, as some apprehension i exist red and ten tor between the gates, and twenty- accommodations,apply to the cap. I

it is at I lea t liable 1 I to tho I ieolhau 'our feet wide, and one hundred feet from stem to iwfi. or to J. W, Kl EIN ft. Marks J.
elf upon 't, > 1 h..t tr n.p< aro to or have come over. Con.ot"qllPntlJ lien- on the suljeci to n-mark that there is but little ., r,. ..r 20th IS: 2. t 14tf.,'
i si entrusted the duties of hu- lh, supposed war be consideredf 'i ik"M hood thaT II! e nnlnmlus route will be substitute! stern-a square float: may pass twenty-three feet ;.

f\v' aDd tlif rights ot hospitality to person :at an end. %may t fir tho present excellent arrn n el11ent. The incr-M;e-1 wide, and ninety five l feet in length, Draw, or pivot 1'111NORTHERN; MAILSTAGE;- .
; bridges
constructed.
are being
,b liI;irolll tht intiiiiate union whiehubsists 1 I (;en. Santauder; will he heie ,in a fVw day.. d; is'ane, as well as the uncertainty of steaming con The Feeder or Delaware Branch of this Canal, Leaves the Planters*Ho cly e. ) ,

l'fllS"'la iiid tlu-sia i{ 5 rh '\' th Mii- (tIe intends at hl vcyance or. the Chattalionchec. in the slimmer 'en' .-n ,non,lay and FridavA.. ,
to I oti-e in ni! or unknown tothe e xtendmir from Trenton to Bull's Island ( '
bletfl twenty- _________________ *l. and will
arrive Miiiwby
will confident! h have i-ifi"i at
10 Pla lllt "ili""us< ot we are < 'nt '1-"h' with 'i|i three g
authOrlze.tl ) Part I people ; hut, notwithstanding-many miles) will be navigable.The ville ,
yIe'' people HA :" (> i.c 1- r' .
n :
( ,
l
) ..))rtiieexi-eiitio: IS.11 th<- h.)noi- ant I have; none already to meet him, at h.s Ha- pus'! iffice Depar'mcni, to pivr the preference to tin Locks on the Chesej>eake and Delaware .al'; .and Mondays, rnjkinf the trip in i:lit''

It J lundrd tin- *' etis'ing contrac'.-A dinct route 'o Auirusta, is II l s'> Canal are one hundred t feel between the and tie caar- hall three The
3rd. t b ,dill m ilH'V m.k. 'e by rimdi (the or six I leagues from t ic <'ity-J) gates, days- line has be n very muck
.'at CItt: th,' iIIUllliIlOIl.otailh% I'ho a lk, as a turtlier saving of linve c.f118 day migh: litby t twenty-two feet wide-reference, Hiu>t therefore i im >r ved ny the addition of new 'ot1'heuncJ extrt
nt.\t'r sururi ed Floras
time
CiT pnJ. troops ; by io.'iie: ,.ffi'rlpc) is adoption, whirl, we are confident will be had to tnis r.ircain.st.uice, lor vessels intended learns of hor --for seats apply at tbe .OIK ,!' C.
1lu"eI] of the t'oles
lij the t ninorrnt! t before:( of hii. h 'mntich i is made th .lanm' L.. v i liams all
by a -
baggage and
$i1 1.kc' it'.io1' n s 'on as !h.> income of our ofnVe*shall warnt f for the trade Iftae Citc.sape.ikc: Bay.-PrincetonCourier. parcel*at tht rsk oflL" ,
).i IMJ' lI.t' uiarkfil the 1 Ibri'liwirU: of lln 1 1Cnmcl papers, probably cud not exceed! 8 or lu tu"-n. *he Department in ;illl'urrlng the ndditi 'nal! \n.-' s of lh, same. R. SHA ..Vg"nt.'f
ex H'J:1b
') 20th
r 1832.
"t Ills d.' -
ID.truuu'uts 'poti m.Livr.KFoo : he >torv. 0: ti( '-izup' of tiIClI'r.J\Hln' ol' "set NtfeM
I 1"
.' .t'ptThu !*>. i a-auaie. ; h.11.. znela, i> no doubt) entirely .1/ desperate Kidnapper. the: spring of the AIL

PORTrG \ ..- nt'ua! from P -rfualliki l-tititt' of f.mud.HXMJ, as our lit>, t .u'.Cllmh TrK PEED.-IV* is.-a srmllquimitynf: TeakS year 1"16Ir.I ( .")r. hiall! hail! despatched ten Canadians dl in ARRAKGL.ViNT.future -Tiie* nor.bern marl

.t1!!,.: 1ttk, \\P. K. l I"i. i'.e n that ol the hi-t i from L.ijiiiayra are ol much later da ', and e ida! "Csha'l! !'e '-appy In ci aihl1 a-ii'in any in n c.Itoedotvn: Lice Fiathead Kiver, on a .n c I'M., and chase urnve the tvtry 5-ame?cay UIKBV*i ll ana r I ."i M.hurrr .

'I'h, if v run I It" -w. as lid 11 UI In t tertiiita .. ; make no mention .It} it.i'he (I' p', It. miv l I.. tli:|H'se d l tn try the : xpeinie'i! i inn trading the exclusion. T\e tmrd evening after quit- :' v. iOtlj. J43r. 1. .. fcK\ItC: .
Iwt
> I ; I while they were quietly sitting round -
I'-'Ur ifin .'purto we h'iru ,' : ,. 'hi"! ,
'It:11\t"
,Ic'r y val'ia'ilf !Min.irr. --Tlus seed 'va-
a hlazlUg fit e eating a hearty dinner of deer, are Ternti cal Florida, Middle
tii;!'h" :0': k 11\1. 11It.tld o I tr4bip., now a. iuforniotio. contained in th** 'c 11ilt '"r a- .1! t t'i-sn India. in r"inpl'anre with a rf sr>liri. ti h lar ha jjfj!: inishetl hear cautiously approached the Juinci/Gad-den County S.No,. 12th )839. ",' ')

1D'IItlu: ._ in t.ie rthoh* tu 2,00i, is: coritititi t; letter fioiti Hueno ""Ayie, i is "fHifir'"pc1 y.thl"l ;,' d'i'. II hy ",'r de'etir in rftii resWe ui'd r- grollp I from behind an adjacent tree ; and, before v\ ILL AM HAURISON ; "

b tDI'.lltJck 11.18 iH' 'JI cHit',. attt'tllptl'd (SIt tJw.irf' I. ) 'rom n-.p.t.tabI'! .Olllt'. III 'i'.lf; .'.;, mi haT A qnm-'l'y },abe n -sent to I I.e ivc-"'uk they were aware of his presence, lie sprung across TS : 'l !nFnni: 1 r. .

,1' LSnii I* dr" iti tin1 (-ily. Fiout' ,iaual .iIrc ;!I 'i'h-' 1"1 r-jjt prii-e *utioii, or MIr; j.> UIIOI! -i'Utl d' Pr.ns"l..I"H I Iriirhtarr II the fire, seized one of the men (who hail a well 'H- c. -\R '. i.--iEAD. '

lI..t tl'l .. I t furni>hed bone in his hand) round his waist, vvitn T t day cami the partts iy their ..ttsrn's atc!
a tlcIH..lr : 'Ullh. IrUlY I of an Vin 'r.cUI nnni-terot iJ t pel "
e v :, '
0 lmd"T.r 1 ndt! 7 ; .hccomplun.int his
Dl'! by
'I \i fs.r .ii ni "nl1 1 the two fore-paws, and ran abor! filly yards with attorney, aid 'l.y aye i f
lJt.ln rlth"j: i tliau! woll .1 t 4).OttUai *ht 1 t ::3.. ,'!...:.i irn' l'im-1: : e..ttiIcv. & :l-. C"W'l., i din on his hind legs In-fore lit' topped.| Iii comrades court amended his bill, suggesting tl! V c>., It c; ihe
hile on Uitf "the. h-ui-J; in' "* Constitu- 0 d. fcndant John C. Armi,tead. And: that .
01! M-re.i- AXnui&tead -.
eruL: Z.tttettl a iiiiinag: t'.iU U t'r'l t -p'. f IV ,1'-11{ M 'IIIl'Y.iw> : et'irns from ITtmil.ur were s-o thunder-struck at the 'imexcectedappear.iuce is
his
%lInalttt1t 1hu2h tllit .1OtL'' HI all, tin' a \ rv ir a- tn.' preut l feeling "flh It ovfruiiie'it cod M L "'I; are no, n"t.jYt'd.-Thf" eOI1'tot i i. 1'11- of sucii a visiter*, and his .su.ldt-ii re- he latter d. es net administrator reside in this; and, ifannrarinj: ih.5

fjrna.j31e: ltl'in I" I tz.l !nrl of P..rtll.t'I doC'. upl l toward l ," (1,1 l : '. M'S trf"at11' Lulion[ Ihai t lor time '- reor-lcred Territory, it is tUn -
r l p' > our citizens and 4tO' uiiiio -v wtcn >M> ]B'II aI" 'faTs.-\fr por I hey some that unkss the said defendant answrr'tli

tb-1" Pil"1 .' /1V" ,i'1 C/."' :Jt' f'41 any ii-ing I ih< uc'iio$ : vvreanwfi. j :11.! ;-j\' t>.n.-ti "- :b..1 (\. r i:* .!M i'.,.IIIJH,! is elected frl)11' Alr'aatd C .- l lost ail l pics-'uce of mind and, in a state of tta. complainants bill, on tr ix-fore the twenty-fifth day e?

,Id :.,it. ..fill-- .1 '! tlf. 111111111.: 14 i.I. and vv.'bo to SIT t-tu :a.. i folio"d up with 1; "lli't. te tiutiiii :u. .h; i -( .l. -\T arrcn is re-elicud fmni D'lvrl. and 'f 'IIIlJOIOIIf're( rimmuir''t. and fro, each exrct'm ,:\Sarch nr xt, the same will be taken for cud s.wd, an-l
!> r in his turn to be kidnapped in i similar he m\1 tel'S thereof decreed and it is fii.-i
1 tintitiu- wH Vf'l anijjiual. ; accordingly,
1\ I"
,. ',M : : I -vnl tin thiir .ar. .ifo.'i -h.-.t
: her
ordered
;
.. rJ'o, h.nc Tii: Mf-r 'JinN and Pl-nver's Bmkif 'f 'I .l 1\: manner ; wltt'III1 length, Baptisu1( t/e Blanc: a that this order be published f r.cta iveckor
.
.
uu_ A' not sttli'rttt I : .,. .
'fli; I. yet 1. Iltt.x a > I"It' ju-t in- nt. ... ".i J i- four months in
j half-bird I hunicr some authorised in tlfsiLstrict.
sin into npera ''onon'ho I l.tthirs': .-. rcra-I.: p... II L seizrd his crl.lI, am in the neW ptJ'r
g ."IU$ -upri'-sioTi.: induce tlien I ti'i t -uTd.1 I ih'i' : R. C. LESTER clerk in ,
rla'\o meuiMTis of and
trr '
n'1 JUMI- act liririi at the hear hut was *d h. s.ime"f ma: 'piy.
stuni
-"qr. was (.( '< ted pi *'d "r, The n r.nln .:.-'' p JN>veml.' 20h
er
'I 1t1Ii'1 -tnj ,0' .JI' ti"ii f (4.th! ) II. 011 d..JMi ru u had: appl.| | j i !If, iii'taerlt <) .V ?n.1 l '\'cssrs. CJeo. an I N T I inihn-! J. La., !i. t. f.- k' the others-1:, who told him he \\oz.'m; i. I \'lIah1vktllltipir 1832. J--.111'' -:

.11 i iii ". *. .1LtIt.I..llll i ft ;i.iigland, for of its friend the ;|hl'd .''CI'J.:
0" j .e.m vvo >< it o'iois I m ud"rf I Pienj. Byrd, J. Kirksy, E. Scixas and Alex. Parran. III positioiijie was t1 T r-itory of Pl-jridi, Middle
>
en. It I : I.'t'1; "..ll ll<'d ith' tl1,' rt'-tit! of t ) ttaek cud c HlJr,' the U."I. -i- 11.1'j of wai direr.I'lrv, During this parley.Bruin relaxed .. .n e of the ;H .rtc'tGa..,. 'n County. SO.I1.i No. 13th l -*?-

> i..bi"iii. ii! I- of r...urt .U of the q usjo Luxin toll then yuiy, in the nv -'. houil' tll".aUt'mpt captive i whom he kepi securely undo.11.., and I .\ i.R: 1

twatt'Ji'ron mui'-iil. to lute) 1e1I* in thi' In mudr, of \s hir I t", howeier, liar nc.ui e r-ceived no pij. rs ny .he we :*ern m\il,-I* i !very latttr leiMirely had dropped.began picking Once or the iwice bone Lou\,'.MW.ICIl the attempted .. ..t'CKI.cI1ELTO: 1ft.T i.itjUl.: 1 "

:>'t. "titin It kvi.l .Uni .ties. .iu. ru ev n ficil- b< piobi t'.ie: nlmii pllrtl'fl by thy of 1lachi'oit. ( .
arcelj all.
l i'.y! lii lb.
I 1.: t-ron 1't1-II' tioiiji-. in tuuliMi W.tit great j.ilUnt iiior. of the Limed attl! ;.!s"and th.>->e lwcn t"' aid 'lire Inindrei] 0"vinir dily! -Tint: !. nttemjt, nr ag-aiK seized LouiM arouni I i '. n .1 prarin to th court, that the del f i 'Unt,* il&:

UCL.,.s. Co. re.'nuti h.tI' .tli tady I .ft for I1eoro. I whom it wu- his better lorlune to cngajjn uu1 h.Hlhs weie c->>1 d J, and all l 1'IIsinc"- "11"f.ndtl.-l.iavc the wai>>t, and commenced I jrivinff him IHIC of t those I 'a',I' i--sie.. ,O.11Ihl.. TerriifTy is ordemi, tlittanirsTsi.r : !
'
and > ai .' about to ? authentic ad v ices from :'t.t c iru'':/'I.d enlir.c'svhe; : ., d It- th. I icfci: ( ant.s tinai\er! Iba t complainauK I lull c'n nf
lUlU) on I : t'IIIUarri.- I dot 'on PrJro. .\ othin. short ol th-de- \- c ue-uia t. th'' -; i 11 : frccr'llen':: r:: : tore tIti tWtnt-fitth

It \ asfui'ir: -d "t -poito fh.it tho A.iourai ofbun inonstrauon of a auita: ii naval force from this in.t., at wliKh} } date, the mortality from lie cholfnvellowfcver late j I"hr fllii'svvi; -< now; !i" :ir ...-t: :11':' "I". ', antveimiel I I I I mil be tab n fir eonf day.sed,of and M.-rch the next the f aiu.t
,
illet I' : i is de.vribed! ; li I : the moot frurhtfuL.--C,:.U.III i, .. ,\.'recd matter* ilirrc.T(
.iiuin-' ; v\a> ai out to attack Saiinu "UUII.r.111. Irom what we can learn bring as truly discsNii' -.- ctviiig; accordingly, nt.,1! It is further orucnd, tlmt! i.
1 B
time tor ;piHte i with his get ii ready, :'tixic "-1y va; cLing a ot this
he :
rnlr
oi.y lie
us to Should! ihis i
\
1 -nu tit r" po.t, from I the greater furcelllh But'nses Ayrean mends to their pre j pfstilo"--: published in some authnriv.if
;j sen es.- .
10111 > sife tire he 'Fi.r
oppllrtulllt.\ cried out fire f tHs
[ cwspaptr tli-tr\t
make its ;
onee week
,' u..cql'; } t. "f'att.dOlllf') n arHI. i'h.j su I-' !1 j Halt. .iiner.Extract 'n-.st disastrous appearance rsiilti ar.ionjr oar be nepro pnp.lI..j"'n, !:. my dt-ir! I br,,tti 'r, if ti.o-.i; woul! !Lstavc: :ui t: : ..l.I P.. ::. L!: Il; !iil; clerk and a master for t'nu-mouths.in .

po r.1I n'Oia. our.!!>t' 01! inn MIOIS! unih-r Sat oj a litter to a gentleman in this City, and > are to apprehended. ,ry .. K.r: lor th,' \\-.t\c: of CI.:>-J! \' .! h.a -ut-.h; N'-v. n.berSO'h, 1L'. tGllir J Hut

JOMMI 1 h'twevcr, ,.r tiu.-l t. i..sly: make up j dated planter in fact, every. individual, where mc'ii-'a! ; :aead.' ilu- wa t-nougn for Le !..IIWn in- -

fortht'li Jcficictii') 111 uuin. eis. "BU-ENOS \ YU'u j. 22, 1832.: -iam L a.td t.l.ncs.is not at hand, ?h. <,tilil! c frp.ircJ with! proper I.n'- sti. J.v 1 .: iL:. :I:;
LOXIOoJept.. 16. atrutd thi vexed Falkland ishnd: *:lioii ;piiH'. I Ii; !P. .in.! it .he s.t.e vie elr"I|: .cd LO'i-- l.I.,. .I .r |I I.t-r. ..r. t. f.iiiuy ratianun court ihets-aitr.of GudMl: tl >

G ;.A .I.\\ L- ihe i udu r.l. procecdingr'fib : is i hu qtn ;:'n ; :Sun iu' 'rive' ill.U'.In ug'y. sc.aicli: will; l hi> !t. : .: 'j'LL" bARia: E"iy.c. .
.
y ooiiio' to oineenou.s. )j r. Imyli. and I ST. MTI I KS, Noxenibtr 15th 1932WM. I I I \ .
c.aH:: : -s. the 1"c:', whici; ; tor .:;->'i.e tiC isfrrrBanc. Nuvc.-ler 20k.. 1333.l .
(' 'vitr.ua .1\ crtIai, !> In rctftriKC to the the ;ov,'r. inent alt at direct issue and h>. ha. WILSON Kir., SIR-A rt port of! tinex;' !- \"r :.5 .;"I')''il'! tl "I''t.: !1"'Jt-., t:.: .: the} st....;,. .4'-: .. :i .-.. -. -. -. 1-1tw )

Pres-, .Hid more r'-< cntly tin; clo>ing) by OllituftllrID a.-ked ms IfS spoits. i no Guv. h.is lequestrda : cuce of die Cholera at tli place,"-' undcrstriid ilv'.rtcd HI.. ::, c.:.:."., ...'.: ..."s assiatar.cr niid I l I p' 5' -r. -: ANi> L:' f FOR SALE.-TCbI! -T-. .

01 thl i. niv<'r.cnies, have imparted I to interview whi h will tike I! has wil i h: -' .<:: \' iii1i:1e. : .1 a A er turs.r :s.tc, the house "
; personal ; pl.u-e to reached you, in (ihe most eX !",erah.1: I lorm.We I :: .::-:; : ; ,: ':lIt l'l :. U .. and lo: T -Fv .:.r,
2i .
Grlman {.olitici ai additional) interest in tho>e a.iy, and the we hall know whu'her we ate I beg leave through ; .'.jrj-:. .- ..!. ,:.ud rescued i.Ls tl ::nd fr )ia unpcii.l :- I 'J..>_ ChrJt'sn ;n.-Terms. {wo h'J-d'rt
your paper, to make to the!: ; .. :t.t' >n C :;!1. (.n tht- first of
its
r J
six
go public: a plain statement of l:1ct i ttafl fOiiCMK.il f vrn fmrrr.H.tee .. .
andb,:(' indigiiiition. .fl tmngKicilcd te.)\'t2 11I1'1lt1CHU'd'rltc l, he esc fed uninjurerLr..t'V | I ihle. t.k' .
I The RICHARD
} schooner.Ann. Howard left Neiv-OrliMn-j c.J.J '..c..cI lill'ork id' dissection wii..hirLfat 'f'. flAYVg. ,
:
and loi.d- :dsJ'n'f't
who '
!
indignation "
"
.f ep
; > so Thy Jrm -Gigantic Steam !" Almost I J r j'V2 14'-
when the C/ic/traaiid _
lJ'up.t.oo..cu] Yfllcic-Fcver, were prev :::1- good vv; 1 ; hut <>n sli'.nr.inu! t tin i Leu:' t1 iyloiiu.l 0
upon o a-ion of the ful..illiltldufItht' > every day I: bringing forth some improvement mg extensively in that place. Previous to the leaving : ; I .scaiofiy: :u.y: iiiC.il ou i il ii:s bones; m Iit: 'I, the: I"H. iL'aCFS.-Ocrthe Mar* Cc
dniire i wsi rse
oi ranUiort. 'J he ).'oplf ol m the apjiliiMtioti of ste-im. i he I animal had been : ,nd" :: p.nienre : n V 'edn, ma I
following a man whom, the ca1 :titi had:1.lppPI1 died i incO.l'aIl5 ; tHui..Iingo. in a tit of hungiy > *daythe ?3d day. f Jaaiurv-
: fwna.wv univ i.a i.y. I.t ttit)"(' of t Mime .,f the : paragraph; from the Haltllnore"meneall show : before he | f de p"I:1tilll', made one of the boldest and nn::t5tiCeIStt1l cS n 1d cninaie. oUr t:13rs! -firs da.". bJ .*'vl.iy' \ .
taiall reached the vessel the )f $ .
pre 250-3
on
:; st Mate> n p.IfII'ubr, -ccin to be II itus!f the I immense importance of t U'-ing the steam attempts at kidiiapump ever t heard in mile hC"tt $' L- r
: ) .Std pas: ;lge two men were lost-one, the ballancc of. m : Jockey-Club ursVa fii
rre i ith Kn.-s eaptlin:0- | the Icirt-nds of Cox's 7U ?
vmat on ot Uii-ii ri_:iits, and I| .ni>me on jiail ilouds. There seems no : ursine c/\r.ig .idctnhires. I a ":t,, best 3 m 5 [ -
are aniaiatt j! s'rts, died of the yellow-fever, (he had the blark ; entrance 15.-.3d duv, the ct.r .. _

: Itt t ta. in. u.iu-MJiof a jirtn deternu.ia; ton to re- j -topping point. then, jou have .laid do.MI .1 j i j vomit,) the other he states, hail a fit and either fell t ::; I Iron coverings an now riocfs.Shicet I "--!Its.: icc, rr.rrnnoo money. of, fein tl.e. 1st.i.t.3d, and 3d davs rare, iuil" 1
the peopK. i iJ ut ill acti.xul 1 i c"'rt.un mint in it< inrtii-ntinn__,._ ...' . i /i d\y n
!( .o.'nr.. t.. ".i t.. I sail made Mil sweepsttkC', 2 Y .1
tor..slIh anti 1 I. u -- or jum|>ed o\'erlJoml-OIl the arrival of the scnx! >- lIe ilt"i! i.if: ii--vv. hiiil.Iiiaarji.. ---.q. .. -IVter -- I i old: 1 ('OtS-.rtc'e mav b, pyn.-lt."n.___,., A
A pitti.il ebullitions ot ir- '1''iisel. aneu, and hen the --t..UCUlt.C' 'OiV.
; be- Moscow
pu improvement ;Lurg, & In the case of a fire no "ovcrnIJer2OhJM3.2Xeck .
the
ittaitd iee.aig, .-ut is t-' .. ule ut that iiiiuiii; I i iw th ner captain and crew were in perfect health, I I-t t.- .
I YOlJd at i point. i his hu, been called the h harm can come to a house from sparks fillinir! on .
; purpose .iiiu UK,| jour...< will. b ill and still remain :o, and the vessel was cleansed roof of this af erdate
i( upon ;,'c of cOIUII..n.-tllc) age of liberty-the age a description. The sheets of this itoi: tne. und rsigned will app'y fri ;
.
k'tiuji irluriiis
Ire INt to acareo iiom ,i purpose once.I. leh I c le: th /lirol ,1carn. Apprehending: no danger to ourselves, we tru tour I l leet S inches long- and weiijh i 1- I-2 I 11.:00.! iivoinlitpois te Franklin county. eo

'Mtd, LUI i o.'fJ"r orlatir, at any pnee, arefuretocar.j 5' / Steam 0 rail roads.-A Liver- t fellow-citizens w ill feel no alarm. Those of per sheet, or I Ih. 5 oz. "each superficial* A rrtJa"h'(1)b"CUrl! er JA 20th.ES 1833.t'. BULLOCH.14Gt
the subscribers who 1 :'\; re ltMt.Vhen the .sheets are till the mol -
a mu are citizens ol the town
i II.t. pledge
c\e< utiou.Tta.
pool papei state ihnt on a vi-it of a. seentinc 2 l feet wide 'rU--ro'ken.lIltl 4
i ( in
hey measure only by 4 ltd leiigtiahicIi I : Sonrenirfor .
1S33 tv>
L. themselves to make known containing,
te3v -jail* I pipits iMve i,cen re- gt uth lUall to tin Liverpool and! Manchester to the public, through is owing to the! u\' rlapir, Tile.are. first I S p'udil1 .tf:4'! "II1"811..). :' P ...r '.'-',oitV \
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('IU lly ii sidetronce by
i railway, borne very extraordinary performances supposed painted on >oth and wiieu o. tao n of i, : : Pauldin-, The Heedinmarbt
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the uesL"u It t.I" ,lUlU: oJ or o-pt. UIti IOUULJ4)tJ I wer,- ct .i.l'h'd. On two occasions) a load amouiiling l to be contagious) disease which occurs at another coat is L\'cn. The Common colour! is red t, CooT*o' r, and a variety of ,cn: (,. .--x .6 tlhscd1a. .:. '

iOlls"I. :Mie oi the in-xt iih..ineuiarvv) to lOU tons was drawn by one engine thio place.: Respectfully Your ob't. scrv'ts. hut green paint; ; it is said, will stand twice the -'fc,,'-. SOtl., aJar 1S12.statIax1aryjut J4if. received'this'offi..e. ,

: | U' id ,h oprhlii u. v.ii.tll piihlie atj from Liverpool to Manchester a distance J. 1%!. LYONS, M.: D. J. B. PEACHY, time. Snnll bits or ears are made in toe l! ps, for WILLIAAI WILSONJTICE. )

1U"i'iI&j| : cUJ: '..IJUe'- to .dipTh'd \\ ithn'at ruIUUTC.L oi uDout uV mites II).IAII hour and a ,hall i, being R. STUltGES, J. \v. KLF.IX I nailing i( the plates on I the 2 inch square laths, on 19JI .-All r>crson'are cautioned; against'mtiJ.
.Jl DAN'L. itICHADSON, T. M'CARTY.M. which they are wellecurl.d.. It takes 12 1-2 .L l j og for a ftote, iven by Theodore Flotardahd .
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i' I otiiu certain, nuwc at the averagrate of 20: ) miles an hour : An B. OWING, J. A. MACK1NDEK, sheets to cover 100 l feet, the weight of winch: is sdf to H. P. Brandii. &co., for eight hundred a al'tb.r;

the .-. la.i.y- kite n as to the. ii:immciaitLit o t9g111 uorfu waggon on a common rllall i, ii ca. 15. H. DUVAL, i. G. SEARCY, only 15'J i ih It:., the cost 35 shillings, or 3 pence per Oft winch there has been paid four hundred antj 'xify

Untu the ih hdl1ltl r.- arts Iwt to m: et >ahte ot carrying
U ol .\ 1I\'cuwcr. ihe I houalis t'O.tuu..d take one hunured horses% working or the da) J. T. NILES, L. S. TAYLOR, lllfl"tj- insb upon by fight to ofFset a ains... ifrlr de.'

tlJ 0111..11 hurn.iif e.\'e.->"is. i ho arto 'in .1 tnnipikr road, to peiiorru( the same wotk Admirable Sl'lllimenh.-The PI'ess.hate 'r N'vfin orSO'li 18.1?. JOS..ELZ1UlDJ.t .

lIitli ,'t're ail1 be in a, tivity buth..t the Inch wa here ..\.ccHnpli..hed by a single steamCUgIC From the Charleston Mercury, of the 6//i instant. difference; of political opinion may exist between -iifMU -.
Lit,!It and at < Our Board of Health fulfilled public journalists, says the Providence Journ-J it .LESTR A -ED.- -. .
have
JM neva, at winch laltt plai'etiiein III an hour and a half!" promptly Stroyed from 'thfe .nt'
fldtiy tlicir con afford no valid reason tor the I :ii'''' Aiuin.-., : .
ot
employment :0nr
ale di'a.bkd. G(.veiniu 'iitillfiijln too sledge to give notice of the very first case of olicproachful -t.ir & 1 :
from
a rauc is uuiikenmg her '
rL.i" reposc.Ite Cholera in This personal, and disresrx-ciful tenms in I alL ioulliJ.'c.k". ( ICl0(- f-r. ::*. ir> 01:1.oi
I our city. is as it should be. They 'J" .. -ar .
u -a: aid, ordered the an of'Uci.ts has the olu !. i :; :Ii! .
e. i gone on jug trot way of Dilige have performed a sacred duty to persons out of newspaper nti."st.sLet opposing edit Mrs dilliion r..1 st.ir in '.tr f-.rdcad.' 'he p'J-.r. rr.1'k

bQlJsIatj1j de i er ihe cholera w,$ .sees [a: taey have Oeeu p n"rcly deuom- the city-U whose full confidence they have established broad political grouIJtJs-poition.'i he defendeu i: hJrsc It.- v I mule fair, about the same age.ihesubecr. .

C.I4LU miaii,, but It hau broken uut .u and roadi- the best or attacked-assumption maintained referedall pay a rrwjto H. j'b ,I..d
iU.ICllj not in the worid.11l. .- their claim ; and in so doing, they; have consulted or : .ti! bf cure the same and '
III ivt inorii-ati' .
lit" 411 iiuny.iriaii rtr ali lJt ol iniantr).- :, tJ..s bitherto ftarc ly. turned her attentionto the l best interests of the city, both as regards may be accomplished in that spirit of courtesy |I r:;- .i and Crai, Tallahassee.r to 'be Rer.* "'-, k r
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the lIlt that H fetfuiTaiociaiioii in lavor oi rail roads and Civil Engineering-but the healtH and husinessThe truth and the whole which should regulate the int/-icourse between i,> ;\t:11SX"w-Yirgjn: 'ffSTVIi ;-'ey:

I: ; .LI.*11) vi *hv Presslih branch socu-ties following paragraph Allows us that the truth is better policy-than the concealment which men and citizens. For ourselves, we cannot mingle .t In.iticello. NOT. 2Qth 183"j J43...;.,'
|Q Hiu Jp ripint .
v u i we arc assured has been in other party predilections with personal /clings in --- 0
P' rtrriei t, was about to be formed practised some ; ;
at to inovr 1)r. it before
begins cannot lie long ; .IiK
: s-ahscribers
111/1.' l UKe cities. It will remove the pmic: vacrue and exag- such a manner as to embitter and poison the natural t have just recehrccffrom 1'Jr .
C
:cdin" nurlen ot ttmsm.tskk had pro it works important; changes in the midst of so j rated rumours have, donbtles, created in the spirit; ragard in which we wish to )hold our Jd. "I I r-ge And general assortment Of'velTetbhif na.

LeiligcJUJ IIIOt timual ihaiiner aguiu.st tisi'aiis. mnenms O a tu.ople. interior-:and bring hack business much sooner teliowmen.: Life, at best; w not all sunshinesamihe : bark loin's, blue, black, Russian :grwn, drake necky

W '. to luu\ ount iVzi A company is forming in Paiis for the than if the least distrust or suspicion were sufiered : is an enemy to its enjoyment, who darkens that ,' ,: ich!t- .; turn striped and, st diohilseb'el, mixed, supcriatfts, superior black,' .
> lI'ixPd l
t flCt1QiL oig, ,. MiliS daily expected to ieiiiov h. purpose ot establishing lour lr;>n Rail toad ; to rxi t. We sympathise with, and share, the disappointment I which is of itsel. sufficiently sombre, by reproachrs; :;. 11...e ;nulifyin .?rown., l\Uxed9'ge lOntay* and, gn.n"eop union 1Iux..

t1i u., Uusxun.uibuisador to the Couit I one from Pan to Dieppe and Havre, another ; of the bushies |x>rtion of our community -by libatd in\Occtive--aJtl by personal abuse. ( v*' .t.imers.latltnetts, black'silk Borenteen, *f IJ 1i

rarwc.y troin Paris to Lille, a ihinl from Paris to at the sudden check which has been given which is seldom rememl*. red, beyond the period of;| s !u vsingfancy do., water silk d
G v: .'* :.-Aal>oii di Itomanii. 14. and the to C the commercial activity which had just bcgnn its employment, without sorrow and regret. I Iin It;;j': oJ II. ., black ilk velvet, plain and figured 'drvb, >iea.,
Aug. foarth IJorutaux.
F Strasbourg ; Irom PHI is to ,
-H i the violent \T' :n blue hair camlet.
I political behoves ; Leather
iii. ru' to enliven our streets and wharves-but we hope I struggle now nuuriiu, jt {goat caps, patient.
'Le war has so Z1i i what abated bimi it I. also aid, Unit ,10fewer ihan lii'tu- editor bestir sii.: Mi" enders, beaver hats
.lal\t JlJtt. : that this injury will not l>e great, and that the i every to himself his country i gloves, velvet,bombazine! .
'hicb the Hilic,1 the .t atteithil l-ullgi t It) ty! tlijjlrent proposals have been 'laid before the. check will l he but temporary. and her interests, it is equally incumbent upon s'iffr-ht' } and silk stocks, bandaners. &si1k-fahand.- ...
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ctt'J. PUlJlIl' attention is now edger'' dlIia ".lwlst r of the Interior, for similar nntleri4iktLji '- A single! c.i eof cholera! -the attack of which I him to perform the duty in such wise, as to reflect \.n'r(tiW'l! is., fIgured readymadecoats and paataoons: ._*ts.
t plain bosoms collars
: lrci.u1J t.l'wtird Ih the "\ora, tn uiltercnt oi the kingdom." was most madly: eOllrle,1tv I the I unfortunate subject no disgrace upon his nrofession., and to keep up .. ,I. ;\shi.ns. made. etfttf-.
Illite tb e ., parts .'- that amiable ll All of w}n_rh-- :-lre.- oR'PPIHt___. .t.... ...1.: ...
cpiitieo or ttHt of h occurred the midst ot tile -at least creditable, expnl uu corps .Vicnds
Ib" AL ountrv. mi. nm&t in unsurpassed out and cnst mers, on the moSt rea,rnabl *
tan:-* \Ult'lt **bu I.t\'l' lullut"ar Ovcr the luhdt
base and at the time when lhecivil authorities had \vill ever lose sight v oi-knu-n, and v/Ul make
clothing short
du'6t'u 7" Iut'.. very tip _at notictwa. -
proclamation, the lffinai
1 .1melw.-\ecorJing to 1".1 j We ;i 1' te (latest fashons. R. B. & J.
.bl'b, HI 1 set apart a day (thanksgiving. trust, therefore B. BULL. ,.: '
lo .
b1 1l:0)Ut'Olroul) r(1)1) Oli: pr'vltJusl publrlir, )orts iron r oily Island, it appears that !: that the disease will not spread : for it is well Lldckl8atDeotic .->-Gen. Coffee is iNovemher 20th 1832. 'Mtf", ''

. $1Lh lht > ex"11 ttlcru> m ,hc iidiu .af> occurred 9 Cholera at'd 4 dei.th' = ,
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cases |j known that in all places where the cholera} has negotiating treaty with the Chickasaw Iudians _-_ i

p got Country to remain quiet amId .uiihfui ihe the landing oflht; crew at that plict.iFiv i maintained a fooling, there hts been an unusual det at the Council floust) of the Nation. K'2?ALB OF LOTS IN MOUI'iT-VERNON.-Th

: 'ba.b rnlUCllt. But continental iIItLIA', iu the said to bo of sickness from other diseases. Our city is undersigned trustees, appoirHed by ibe act ot th&--
now remain Hospital j. gree
We
h.sd tIll iouvalescent t are informed that the whole tribe, consisting cf.r.ncil, to sell and dispose of the lets- in> Mount Ver
:; to 1Jt' OUbl'C'U pl.rtcctly trauq'JiI, 0' > and no new case has occurre elf'.}la, and every precaution ,had been, and continue of about five thousand, are at present n'-'I1, belonging to t heirs of John Tan n"deceu

t.: tco, bgnatt' tJj thi 8atue dlstUI bclU"P8 .t.ll.4J i1 uday. i he8e cases, it is the opinion o. : to be, taken to prevent the extension of the the negotiation ; and that the basis of the trea wHI; n the first day ot Decqaber. J'832, tell at publiOo..;
to luc }t'stilenre. It is three d.iys since the ,Jndividual aiQn to
.Uleu' Several ; : now the highest biddevsueh of the
. o iieia o L. Hh' Deputy Port Tnysician, are gen"rill: > tis-j j j'll j1 I has beet RUUVC iflCTT *-'
IIttItJle" "Jla I whose case is reported-was attacked, and ty agreed upon. tic fjcrl lots as remain undisposed of. -'ib.4: Leans
a of '-
in i : part the) population a, : -1 l.J' irregular habits, combined with ..1 be known -
: ItLte Ol grt two days since his death, and no other case has wade on the day of sale. ;.

, !ttduy tkt:8 lusun$'rtl &Jna*' cncoanttn ezposure. occurrrd. In places where the disease has prevailed A tulip, called Fanny Ktmblc* was lately WILLIAM s. POPE, T ;

t truoPd ',fth pld" DeIest the '; aI, ;..tcr.-Accounts. frQm Folly. Island, ,'. the succession of cases was'rnpid."c ,old at Croydon to a florist in Chelsea for 1001. .EtJZABET1rTANJOflNMPOPE .}.lee11' .

CbI\'C rb t.it. rCj\.l t'ul, .iU? W\U10U'\ .1.' tied la.t evening, state that three of the tuho cannot but indulge therefore in the hope, that So great .at one time was. the tulip ,mania-in .MountVenion October th..83i., '. ... .II,
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L bJt H Is alOp1 iUdl 1It .t" Jlut were 'sent \\j.\t-k in thai l>bna ny i I.:v our cit r.,' may be spared the awful calamity, which : olland, that 6001. baa been given fora tulip ltd.*
1.6Op' J T'
c Niiti0141 : y. ;1t'( wihlU&r.Ue 1Ihli orlit._ /tv.uthoimes, because. they hud con m liC: ;'t; baa. We at length come to our very doors. nut a single root was considered an I Ii p IAp-Ot1: : ; f -siethiaxii' ..
.ll" ; pledge ourselves? to our readers in the countili1 'r ;
p Willi "ulu1J jhrc4ed 111 Ha. uoa ".lb e's& ngera On board the imtu,"* ottuoo rer j .ai ftR' S : !
,rul : l every Case which occurs,'Will be reported 8l.. ncj' run nt ineice1Iet; order"it.tr

acUwUl' ;wo iii. aS :u4Yc cUudj vlj ; asuujofthQ' .me o f t ...1be proper authorities-aod aurehaj-. ) l -"91 iYo'r, 'lowApply.-c.! to ; ."'. .1& 4',E8t 1 ; ,.



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._ J 1 payment to-ami U.oee Laving rlaims ncainsthim, will ,B. 'H.W WOOLLEk" 00: -- iie'yiia'the -"' .

cart on the] subscriber. Th',se who make default the for two l.
Strew s SSJIuction RVHAN'I' '1 A1LS. years, irom the first day of J .
first j "rti<'uttr'
f H JOHN K. CAMFBFLL, Att'y in fact. '>ULD rcspectfullv inform the ci town*of ,Talla f following Post day of December 1 '
Route *
Noytbembr'} 1833. l26fL hassee, and the public generally that they have will be in .

I I I II i just rv-ceived from New-York, the' latetLONDON.P received at this Office until,tbe'4..J.
I A\V RENCE P. HILL,offers for sale Tallahar- November next, indo iveto be :
see and St. Marks. I, Commision Business. 9th day November. decided', _
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8 Bbls. apple brandy, I together with,a general assortment of fashionable goodsin 477. From Montic in "

15 whiskey, THE SUBSCRIBER having heen api i their line, consisting of superfine,blackblue, brow p to Magnolia, in Leon County Jeffawn h
I 15 4& N. E. rom for (: bottle and mixt cloths 40 miles
Ij j pointed AUCTIONEER Fayette ounl1 iuvissible i gieen, green, steel superfine once a week. it4
1 0 C. gin, otTers bis vices to the Public in the Auction & Comm black, light drab, fancy castfmers, dark, blue, 'Leave' -HJ
Monticdb
MADE ana *oki wholesale and Re- 10 prime pork, mifUlion'Botlin ll'. I and brown camlet A handsome variery of fancy and I II Arrive: every WednndaYltll

Frederick county, Md. by C Herslon, 'I 10 Ko. 3 mackerel, pledges himself pay strict attention to all bainesa i plain vestings, black silk velvet, &c.&c.-together with Leave at Magnolia the darby 6 V>

Concerned in the Paten' with Dr Judkms. 10 half No.2 do. i E rutted to him, and to attend to Administrators a general assortment of ready.made.dothmg, made up I Magnolia every Thursday tt 5 / ?'

The above Ointment is offered to the public as aELIe 31 superfine flour, or other sales, in the County. I i in the most fashionable and durable style, consisting of Arrive at Monticello tlie ,same day bv

and certain' remedy for those obstinate diseases, 5 qr. casks sweet win. His office 'is in the Town Ochesee, where he mayat gentlemen's frock and dress coats, coat-tees,pantaloonsand 2478. From St. Augustine to Tuu It.

.otne of which have so loug baffled the skill of medical 35 Holes cheese, all times be fonnd. vests, of almost every description, fine linen and I back once in two weeks. ****IiU<

science. 2 2' soap, : JOS H, BETTON. cotton shirts, flannel shirts draws, fine camlet cloaks I Leave Su Augustine

1st White Swel lings of every description. 7 clam wine, ; August 10, 183? 1 8w and wrappers, &c. Likewise a variety of fashionable 6 A. M. every TharA- .1"

2d -and ultersuf 3 Santera do. fancy articles of eent1f'rn n'ttlreS8 such as fancy trim.
Sore Legi longstanding. m Arrive at
A ARP.-The subscriber and Tampa Bay the
c '3d Schirrusor Glandular umoun. particularly 1 10 Firkins Ghosen butter, ll: commodious house of having the noa large is med and plain Si OCRS, black Italin silk CRAVATS 6 P. M. next Mondavi,
east capitol ,
30 ,
square
those hardened tumours in women's breasts which often- cotton bagging, & fancy white figured HANDKERCHIEFS, fine limn I i
Leave
20 kegs prepared to transact A GENERAL COMMISSION AND AUCTION Tampa Bay
lard
limes terminate ulcerated cancers. shirt collars, shirt bosoms and studs white and black, every other Sat**
business he receive ]liberal 6 A. *.
to M.
hopes a
50 sarks fine salt support It
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4th Felons) or what some people know by tbe name the horse skin and buck gloves, suspenders, cravat stiffines
\ from
public, and himself' to those ho
12 boxes brown sherry wine, pledges may &. Amve at AegusUne the
t Or Catarrhs of every description 26 from ehcr. favo-ir him with their business, to use his best efforts 6 P.M.No. next Sated*, t_
bags
I f>th lUieumatic{ Pains of the joints Ro..coffre-Ianding Vaf\t1ingtor to their interests. J. Jr. A case of fine eptlemen'sBE.7VER r
and Bruised of inwhstf.vpr from New-York, ami sold on accommodating terms. promote WESTCOTT 2479. From
6th Sprains" every description or Noxcnibcr 6th 1832. 124w Oi-l-er2dlB.il.I Ttf HATS, Quincy by Fcr

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part iital1te.7th den Appalachicola
i ----- with of fashionable cloth and fur Bay, 65 mile tadiS
an assortment
letters of all kind In thitcompaint. tbe Auction
patient J. G. & N.HAMLIN, & Commission Business. once a week.
? iu tbe Ointment must the
keep
applying part
r out of water HAVE just received from New-Orleans, and offer ,1Ii, lIE subscriber having been appointed CAPS.The Leave Quincy every Monday) afterta

8th Chil.ll inl. or parts affected by frost. 50 Bbls. old whiskey auctioneer for Leon county offers hisservices i subscriber guaranteeto* furnish those wb(- may rival of the mail from MiUedgerille!

It !. also one of the beet remedies for Burns and 1 100 Fine to the public theauction andcommission business. please to favour them with their custom, with any article noon, arrive at Appalachicola aij J
Kentucky
Scalds It eases the pain' and draws the firo out in a I 100 Coils bale mpo, bagging,_ ._ He pledges hrrrsclfto pay strict attention to all I in their line, made up in the most faithful manner day by 7 P. %l. Bay th Del

f short time. 50 Bbls. new flour t business intrusted to tim ; and attend estate or other and on the most reasonable terms, and hope that b,r ,

1 For Inflamed \\ omen's Breasts, and Glandular, 10 Illiris. Bacon >alesin the country. His office is in the town of Magnolia their assiduity and strict attention to business, they Leave Appalachicola Bay every S

Swellings it ill superior to any iredicine' yet known tothe I 20 Sacks coffee.SOjJbls. ., where he may at all times be found.Mr will merit and receive a generous .hare of patronage at 5 .A. M. arrive! at Quincy the da

4 medical faculty) It is much safer than mercurial I Rum '.hl3ti) J6?2. 30tf B. BYRD. all orders thankfully received and executed at the shortest 12 noon in lime to next bY

I of any prepartipu of tbat material,) because it does 'OOKti'-ks Salt, notice. November 13th 1832. 136m from I'allahsssee for connect with 'uV DIIi

not lay the patieat liable to injury from expose to 15 Boxes tobacco, FOR SALE. : NOTES.Miliedgevife.

cold.This Ointment has cured tores of many years Bland- t '20 IMCS do. J FARM JlJfD NEGROES. \. The Post Master
: MacJiolini! Novemlwr Cth 1:3J. l2tfWA GeneraJreserVestheript
Where it to heal I the to the Mails
ing. impossible or imprudent expedite ,
WILL sell
i valuable tract of Land the
external *>rw. in coMsequei.ee of the bone necominp! ?'TKD.-::.I.\ able bodieJ negrr men, for I situated two miles east of Lake Jack- their i arrival and departure,atany time durin tinx.tj rI

carl us or rot.en it will slop the progress of the caries: h the best flf wages will be jnven-npp'y! .- .-.., and seven miles N. E. allahassec, aLI continuance of tl. contract, by !
giving
t increase the quantity oi tlie discharge, remove ihe of- to J. G. & N. H.\ :XIX..Mngi s-irable ami healthy residence, contain quate compensation, never aaa&

ftnuiv rmell. and ease the pain. !yovf.mlyr ''11 1P3-J. 12;fHloufs nijj; five eighths of excellent Land, one allowance, lot any extra exceeding apr red
It cures the worst Felons Whitlows HI an application expense which wch il
,. r.f which
I ti .HIU sixty is in cultivation and un- teration
of 4b hours.Rheumatisms 'teell.S1afD Cotton Gins. may require.
'jc oci fences!, on tlic same is a commodious Dwelling 2. Seven
which have stood fin long auto become mmulcit shall be allowed
t. i House, built uf the same frame feropem'n
Gin
materials, a nc
and
disorder requires medicine to beliikcu. inward closing the mails at each o'ffice
systematic
a
rjpJIE Si.}}:cril.er lias l House, with a fifty saw Gin and running Gear, en. where BODMW
an assortment
) iel tlipm hut in HUM common Tht- ticular time Sj'.ali be
rtujine eiitiiely. &aces but
) : tire tie', all the out buildings! jually eood.. Ten or over the Tal- specified, the Post h3.
casottit aj.ijing i tins Oinlmenl externally all directed oi liriunilic't Siell SAW ( (.I(ton Gins, Rss.rIeoizrs ,,. tcr General reserto hiiiuielf the
LwcIveLliliyal'lC > liVd Workm Hands the right
it; will jiive reucr! Anu e\e.n in old' jnyle% "h.- from iO to I Sa\\ s, which will be sold at j>2 anJ with an lle'lIOUSEIIOLDJA'D, KITCHEN, FUR alwrve lahasse Course 1st annual meeting, ding the time. Cexj. .

hive been of iuuger tanuiiig, u Hill tae the ,25 per saw p Int Credit intil tie first day of JaniTa- Jr
paui- 3.
rv. next, log o.d l'\! os.siblf pun-hasers. JCITURE, Iiurses, Alulvs, Oxt-n, and other Cattle, 183 orevery ten minutes deJa) in irrmnff
pft lI.To : ; JJac'/n a ftofl "if Ifu rs,Waggon and Gear, and d.t any point after the tin.epitsciibedfoanyeoIuaeL
sea captains and masters of vessel this ointment Bi-XlAMl BYRD.
; '. l'I'-l'l1t ycar".CopofCorn and Fodder will be soi commence on the third in De the contractor shall
Wednesday lorleit Hve
,
dollars.
-fl-lj' WILL
18V2.
Oiust lie ve> valuable m winter on our cuast it beiii ._ \y23, 41 if : llikd ,,
lliCCOt'd 'n acfoinmn'k'tinjr terms, by applying to Leslie .0\- ((19th,) and continue our days. lay snail coiithiue beyond the time JOt
Chilblains ; the
ts r-ri un or <
ver certain m ptrts
..r' -HV B\1J.-tf- wlc! CCII T( 1<: J hlmf' n Etcj. Tt'llnlifssee A. -B. (Jew-
ur Overslrtu, first day.-Jockey Club lure of
with 1141s1 'I i a.v kvi f Us lilies in nil cli I. jl-il purse $300, three mile auv pending n.ail, the rfeiture
prctwrvct. qua nj J-; | ahaB Left
nwil.-* !
by 7!. ,'olu oMy, r.f; Louisville, Agent fo 'lie UntluE ;ned on the prcwises. l.rars. entrance $20.
Uvice
mal c !! \.. :'., fr '! 3.: tu'[U wp-Als-o: (.f Alexander's Fl! r- ELIZA OVERS' REET.N. Htcvnd qual to the im.oi.nt aliA\fd fot arrymltbe
A: Id--- I' -s of ; will .
I. : be sold on) reasonable tern.S B. Persons isliiug to punase, can view thepicnii Tliird day.- li0,- one mile heat appear tLat the
m()*t -%<*-..*t.t HI. dICIV *- \\III be i-'newu 10 llio: who j 6 nibs entrance $10.- delay was cccaucccd I
't in lor hy unavoidable
jud HClriy. %<*5 at any time, by applying as above. Frec fr horse Mare ,accident"sf
or in
,licaiiuu > Drtonn. Htr any Gelding the United I
will tu th(-r (urn' : ':i.ui '>u aj-| o : (' wlricu the Po j\I
<.tt-n Boff:ua, Scotch and Kentucky, au r. i 14, Iri12 52t Jan. Stales ; subjec' to the rules and orders of the Club. >t aster General shall Le the judge,
lit :tutanrized arenle.'ljf 1
Cr' it < iD
.i .
KsBt1 and! TV inc : the fin i imre
Ripe Lc
( :h'\,. medicine soul oy gprtul I appointment I 3.4 ? Boilers! ofm 'I 1 ii(:-i;: ALL:: < It R'iM.The: tract of land Ot Tlt Fourth timy't purse will be composed of the entrance may rtduced to the amountq
usr ir
iz'-s.
: > .Ie wl'sch, tl.e subscriber money and the gate of all the four payrot a but m AiO case can that amount 1
resides money
the pat>*i.t.f and \varnriu-i :etiumc. 400 cark l-lowh : containing 800 it days 'Fhe
I :: and ground Liverpool Salt, One mile heats, the best in five free for remitted. ibrlcitures UUjfr\\'jse
B I'LKKlNa. l>RcrcisT. 50 Do. Coartc t. Two hundred d s-ixty-fi\e acres cleared, iin' all Horses, are utcocds

Tallah],,, p ">()& !.' -> ::'1I'. lei;>l. 'JtlIS J F'our! Eacoii, Lard Alum, i'ei-! p'ltl! fcncrs. Their are eight acres of sugar "winning horsts'of the proceeding days carryin tional l, and vtiil in all cases be eniurced.
ice.
__ : .
: :. ,-. ; -- -;'. I ..,'.:.... .,."...."c.,, ...:tI. .., !'3'). 5tf. ane ; li: hundred bushels of corn, and a quantity of; heir appropriate w eights and the loosing horses to 4. Persons vvi.o make proposals will slate their
I Il .", t" ."1 :-.ddcr. A vn'.Ul stock! of catlU and hogs, would alst.c be allowed a deduction of six pounds from their ap prices by the year, pa} ments to be made quajjej-

UJJJ lfa J m\DP: 3 I "tilt S.ili.i:;. .- niM! } \\ill lit laii'i. The teirtis for the land will b<- propriate the weights; and all horses that have not run Iv; iu the montlis ol May, August, November and

o..r 'I: 1.1, mo-' eflic.,.. t.- iu;,'ui>i]! Itt .oC ?:j. I.I a ;1"ji fl: I ls v;.1!">t-...>', pry liUrnl. : Persons v, isliina to purchase will pleas on weights.Ten .preceeding days to carry their appropriate February one mouth from the expiration of eack
.xilli.ncJ cxrjr.jnc the
? :33" Ersi1. I'. FK present crop,which is equal to any -
.\ t fur 1... f ut ci.i-'S Ui uivcti ur, qua
."IA tIIIC. t u } 1. Florida the situation is per'c't. will be deducted from each
for
the
era'' 1." ,.' -'-. I"..dirt ,t $b) .111 impurelute .of liiet 2.: Ifc:' < '.ike, in in Florida. PETER pleasant and healthy a> use of the Club. purse 5, None but a free white person shall be eoployed .
MIV C. HARRIS.
b...i> : '.,It t 1.1:lat1; fjab.t of ho h. at.d usually exhib- C0,) '; (. "rn. 'i'allalsee} October 1S32. JC/ The membcts of the Club are to carry the mail.
7tfJ requested i I'
itI"!: .' I".'.-;>"- i:. tile forms of ccmiula$ frtnl jh
J4c -\ .-; ..: ...Ii1Ii. tire Fever :?orn (e\.n uhen E. SEIXAS. I being Tuesday th 18th December. to the
lhe oniio .-,. ..iiTct'uVstite :wellmpVif iicd Ma.r.oll.,. 29! 41 tf ,ivc tIle alxjve six ins-ertions, and forward the proposes carry mail iii_a ibur horse coach,!
t .i(:|' THOS. *
II I I .r'Uli! to thif.ofM.-e. P. C. H. BROWN, two norse coach, or ottJerw .
With Dr. Je't-b'ij Liuiolemj Foul .ind obstinate Llt-e.RI. T-r F lll fc TL"P.GEJld\'{ : received Sec'ry Sf Proprietor. 7. If the
iuti-ly yi.ii T I person uttering proposals wishes liz
eire ,e- aud scald ;:eao in chilo'renpcu.vv i"to TICE.-Hl\'ing been appointed auctioneer for Tallahassee Oct.
eyes 9 9th 1832.
I ,
ave on hand at their Mr-ris r.tTalahaf-6ie! :: 8tf.CULT
1
a io privilege carrying of Ma
out too
Leon I offer services newspapers, ,
ator ( out, I'linjiicd or v/'orbunclcd i aces l feie.mgnnd county hereby my to thiit.lsc
't.trk llie}
CIl} ':. \'ntii : latnts. throughout ihcboi.y, in 15:! Pin'cs, folk-win Cotton! al ticic.s:! (,.fincrcliaiilisc, \ in that capacity intend keeping an office in >, SWEEP ST.\KCS.-.Tbe books of the- he must state it in his bid; otherwise, he cauox

wine1- 4.' c-iseihi* tlios] iieu: CHIC when mercury bQ CC'1 Bile Bainr, aIaL.fc-co! of which due nc.tice will be given. In the \ Jockey-Cl,, are open for a sweep enjoy that privilege.

fail6 'loeai" aV I <, the hPClt 'pri g and .\utuiuiialiv 200 IL-s. Bailing! Rope Twine, .;:'trciii, any business left with 31r. R. Y. Wellford.ii. stakes for colts, two and three years old, mile heats,entrance 8. Propositions for any improvements in tra*

P'I'; c 10 :"' i d. :ivanse tho \Mem luxii ;..urnoursiii'y : SGOO His.Barcn, ides ar.d IRms i'. Intel with {-rriiiptattf-ntion. R. J. HACKLEY. 550. Three or more entries to make H Y Uce-to porting the mail, as to the manner of carrying,.o
vlllit'. t fl i'.i at 'of "'"hIf'' 'd 132. 7tf he run for, on the day before the
ti'eie.isoiis- the ear.-
appear } 3", i'rls.! Mrs! ,and Prime Pork, Jockey-Club iaces. crease expedition, extension (routes/r B Kj
Tuf\ i did III' process itt f*,1, t'.s\.lOn. u.d, bv purify ingti" (Tuesday 18th D"tmber.VtlgbtJI) for three of
6'J K(cs Leaf Lard, Sf XLSi\G year trij*, or any oUier improvements, are iiiviiedto
OFF LOW okl 86 lbs. for two old
). >oU to e\ent tnlec.ctioaof nUIlal.tl.uIIIUUII'Of : year a feather.
31) I.rlfonon be stated in
ahcla and commonniskey, the proposals, and will be.duly cws&eretl.
: :t1! lal"* The proprirtur confidently iche! upon 5 l.r'I'altimorc! Gin, FOR CSSIJ.lHEsiibsctiber Ohe entry already made.-Bo;ks to be cIosd on the [i .

thei dr.f. -, ;4. t umber..s.y in of Bo surprising"tun and! its cuics viciint\etfvcted, but tiin-uglt-by lle"c 10 brs.J-vii..tk'a! MoluFScs.and >.Orcans! Ruin, rilM at his nl"\ s ore, corner of Jeffcru 10th ICP: December.A race ball will be furnished by the proprietor I 9. The number of the route, and ,its begianingand

and Mnnroc-sireets, or trs for sale to the public at the Planter's Hotel I, termination advertised snouUtest
ou' *- If- 1lor the bert p>ixif uf t.t.ir excellence as 20 I'I.t! :' Flour on the evenings tile 2d ad as *
iijerfiuie ; handsome
in
general, a assortment the followin1tted 3d of the
It: uf Mug efuliie ,medicine all the cases ubove days ted m every bid; and iheproposalsniusibeieaH
40 ht b. Mackc'iel\ii.
i 1 ?.nu 3 article! the races.TBOiA"
= a most reduced
n1 !'.' Article has rect-ntlv prices for cash, Viz": directed to"the CtJn.
a;: elt [.renounce* 400 Sacks Liverpool Ground and Hum Salt ROWS, "General Post Office oC Mail'
b al rii. .!' th ''irt"t iespeciabfty: whv bad witttKc and "
;, .-j. Which tcguLar with a general -ortnnH! ff Ctocerics DRY-GOODS. Sec'ty. a: u t !ristcr. tracts: superscribed "Proposals.
Ee' 'j- "'1' ".c>, aH entitled! in his I November 13th 1839. The
% opint Dry Glllld ,Hardware,c.r.kt'r}ware,Ct'5tiT'g tIroncsrcrtrtJ !3tiV J following is a proper fbn for a Proposal

ion, io "iKe. t .. : ad .:f all the populnr nrtir.c; known (':!-.f. Ccrnms, ami 1'listrrcd Sf'c! -,-- I illrs. Bu.; i:, Grosucnaj', Iiuiiaa Liacstnnj:, Lllack A FAYETTE'S TOWNfc-HlF.lit "/ icictrnretj the .!.IaII, agreeably to 4dVeFt'
ci-
foi tjt .,1. and indeed it is fast s *
c"' .piair.ts. gainingl.'l.c :hey offer to thfir r,;s:, ..;: i: and! :.It. j-ublic at fair .ir.-iK't, luc: Green, Pink, and white Florences, JLJ'uer, having been appointed the ajent of General men!, on route Vo. ,:rom -fc ----- :

ibi i1 pet,c' : :'"i:I:a(iUiSir..'.r; ..(estimation. >.r 6 bottles I, tlirouohoutlhe I or 5o' I ) country -.ri.s. aIlIs'! 2S- 1, 1s3).__ 211 Colton l-'iritrcd do.J iiks Tartan in Tarie.ty Plaid Irish Poplin, Silk Velvet, J .afayette, to dispose of his lands in Florida, is ready the y earl if cuntpcnsattcn OJfWiurs.r.he

Furniture, Calico, Superior to receive proposals for the purchase of anpom".n iuuj>: Shire me p&tce t'i his residence and a.11Ct
iifu INDItESi1ON. tii.ick: L Minr i Do'uinttand thread Laces,Irish Linens not less than one section of
.-- the general's township} oi a Contractor, Le iiaisi his bid \\1U1aaLo
()lh .,; I.. iiig.: and of the most obstinate: character, TIEC" ci: Is>laul Cotton Shining, Plain and figured Jaco- land. About 5000 acres in the bouth west accompany

i .. *. .,-r; ;tni'icclritt-iy! relieved und oltcn perni.inentlvin .i'-ett, Swiss and Book Muslins, shawls, worked capes he township, is reserved from sale. The quir -i istactory recr.iiiraeiidatioiis.
terms o: J o.r estuati
q J <> slated, are

.:4d \'.. : by. using for a"hort tim ?. i keens Brow I Iclland, French Brown Linen, Furni- in annual instalments, satisfactorily ccurcd with interest and may not Ur entirely correct: but if any enort

4 ;"'-;tcO \ e,1t'tableIpecific and anti. iilulJS Pill, I urc J'iruitv: fine Cloths, Cassamers and Cassineits, on the amount of each inszalmcnt from, tile have occurred in reiatitvu to them, 110 lucrease of

b.,. ,I txluch lire tube taken togftdrr sicrorfiinp: to v.ilaii while and lied Flannel, Negrocloths, Scotch and Russia of sale-This township of land adjoining the city day of compensation will be allow tdoo that account Tto

5 S". aid piactirai diteciioub accompany tug the = s-lieelinir, Osanhurcs, fcr &c. Tallahassee ; and, in reference to l locality, health, ful Contractor will inform hiniseit'on tlialpoinu

J '.r Pr.te fill cent each. = ness of climate, fertility and adaption "of soil u the 11. The Post Master General reserve tl*

AFor -. .' genuine unless signed on the outside prinYfi. t4 HARDWARE. culture of sugar, and cotton, is unequalled by any o.b- right ofannulucg any Contract whenever repeti'
te. by the sole T. KIUDhR[ er of land in the
proprietor \ A htr P. antIxtt'i1s'e township Territory ot Florida. cd lailures to arrive within the contract timeabu
assoumeni of Hardware
imlfJ ":'" ruccesjorf. the late Dr. W T CON WATtil .- con
L- ,;st.nj! of Knives and torkcs Pen W.WILLIAMS. occur or whenever one failure shall happen
Knives
i sar his Counting Room, over Ko. 99, Court Spoons Tallahassee October 9th 1332
Street, u-ar Concert Hall, Boston, and also by his pcq Scissors, Razor?, Locks, Augers,Chisels, &c., togethe ;rrThe: Southern Rteorder, Stf mounting to the loss of a trip; or whenever aIJllr
al .r ill) a complete ass--ortm"entof PLA? ES. Georgia ; the ILckmvRj reclion Which 1 he shall not be pronip1J
I appoiatment by E. B. PEUKINS. (Nc. 1)) carpenters Enquirer, Virginia*; the'CoAimiia Telescope, S may give "

Drugcisl. BOOTS&SHOES CaroliivLi ; the Baltimore Republican, Maryland die obeyed.

Tallahassee! Feb. 17, 1631. 26tf. - Jfa3hriue Bannert Tennessee will insert, the nlmw.,: ..H_ 12. No bid shall be withdrawn after ifie timt

INSURANCE adjust lots or damage by FIR (;lI J :- A large assortment of Baltimore vertisement for four weeks in succession- ,--and- --forward- -- for receiving ii has expired, and should any per*

JJH. HU TEU; the mos.t favorable lenns, on appli- i and JN'EW-YOKK made'I their accounts to this office farpaymeni. son refuse to take a contract at his bid, be sbuforleit -

) IbLt ZL 11AVr: actionto the Subscriber, apentof the 1'rotecticn Insurance ;- Aw1'': ail other cxmirscls that he may have with

t. f.4;'. 'i U.M MM : Ur. iluii t'* ui iuiitmSe >i.s, pei- company, Hartford Connecticut. In every ap a.nsi uiiij.s, Ladus *&>i lu anuI'miaU Braintree Cotton Gin. thel>epaitn>cnt, and beheld responsible foe;,4

sons either sex ifib<*v -ar mlu IoHowtlie plication the fair Cash value of the property must Lr Shoes, i : rami.c.: FOR SALE-A 55 Saw Cotton Gin, (Iron fra damage that may result from his failure to 'CtC-

1' very valuable plan, and copious Diicetfo.m accorn-, stated, and satisfactory evidence, furniJiedof the correctness EATS AND CAPS ,) from Brainlree Manufactory. Apply to ply.

: pall);"" them, arejeuabied enVctjany 10 eradicaiu' a of the representation, and the good mum.I .. I : Joseph \\ Klein,Su Marks.J. 13. No Contract bid be trans& J

CLUTAIK DI-l.rtM:, dud to re lorp lu-l oath, I 1ii racier of the applicant. The solH'nfY ofthe Office A superior assortment! oi the W. K will receive orders for other Saw Gins of without the nor can

with ease. nafcl) and certainty. inafuwdavs.OjTThe and its fairness and punctuality may he confidrnily re- : the above manufacture. special and writen approbatjoajwthe
most fashionable
HATS & CAPS $
of Post
exlenMve sale Hid unexampled success of lied on. E. B. PERKINS. July' 10, 1832 47 tfDr. Master General; .and an assignment

-____ 1 this ,Medicine, in this and other ..cities and jirm'cipl l lt1VOl ,Tallahassee. j. 22, 1S3I. 27tf a- con tract,or bid, without his consent, firSt ObW '

t la.oughoul the Union. for the last fifteen year"voch -' 1'tJCV. BOQKS.- -Just received and for GROCERIES. F JOHN B. TAYLOR in- ed writing, shall forfeit it.. I'hisrtile will nW

; durihl \ I* satisfactorily: prepared Dr. Com 1. subscribers<)k-stOC E. B.stile at the orms his friends and the Public, that J:is> health is so be departed from. .
opposite
i, wa). incoctes'ibly prove, that when used with the IN. Tallahassee.Heidemaner l'erkins'drug.store A iai-<>e tock in all it* FLOUR.Fifty far restored, as to enable him to resume his profession 14. II a Contractor or his Agent shall viola.*

JEt ION I'OWLIL1L it effect a thorough and a novel in 2 vols. by the author of the al duties. July 30 1'32 50 tf the Post Office law, or shall iransmit: cOflIfl'
apeedy cure of that d.eadfui disorder, denominated tbe8C0G4l.u1 i intelligence than the oat
by rapidly
more
Race SPY. 4._ \. CARRTER, lessons express
ti.e Human Tales of the Early Ages 2 vols. by tha author of the Piano Forte gives en his contract shall be forfeited; and io all eases.
BUrl in .
T, PILLS .ireucconi.atJed when the Fifty tt- a room iuitic
ailjr
heat
_ ti : case re- Brabhton: House. ;- } cioi uuv \, flour when Contractor other vehicle
Mrs.Ball's school a shall run or
.** u. win the INJICTION POW OER aodCtKATh mgfr t mm& To sixteen )young a stage
; there corstituie a roost powerful meuicine- Dreams rnd Reveries. of a quiet man, 2 vols. by the I ALSO. ladies she would devote the same care more rapidly or more frequently than he
I editors of the rew-Y rk Mitrto ftii -' i ti.in as to her daughter, now under her required by the mails he KOA
P.iicable u> the_niious Kta"es of this Protean disor instruc- contract to carry '
I der. rui! and plain directions with r popular treatise, Landers Arlington Expedition a noycl,2 to vols.the, by j the author of Granby. Sadlery, Crocks ) anu Glass Ware li .:>, 'J an ht.\Ssce. October frth 1832. Stf give the same increased celerity and freqwwyw

I- explmni: the vanoov symptoms, and the mode uf 36 of \b Family Library. Nijer. ; being vols. 35 and. Tin Look/ mm1g BQ JlUtD m 1Dlwaum the mail, (unless the Post Master General *
ware GlassesSalt
-.1 treat.;.cut, accompany each box so. that. pe.r ons of Abercromby on the Intellectual] 37 do. % Ready LARGE and otherwise direct) and without. increase ofconJ
1' either x cure themselves. powers, made A complete assortment t1on.
> may The Lh'esof Celebrated clothing &c. &c. pensa
{ Travellers 3 vols. stationary, .
do.
.1.
I (Price of thtj Pills $1 a box ; the Injection Powders of Fresh Drugs and Medicines,just rccei- 15. The Postmaster tbe .-
:. Complete setts of ib* Family Library 40 vols. JAMES MULLLN.\. ved from New York and Baltimore General reserve
j' $nd Cerate W cents each.IE .) Percy Anecdotes, 14 potraits, an elf'gant01.8 vo. Tallahassee, November 15th 1831. 31tf land retail. Coui.ry Merchants for sale, wholesale of curtailing or discontinuing any ruute,.
'
I ), / Prepared (mm the original Recipe in MS- of Robertsons Works, 3 vols. 8 vo. I nlied on the and Practitioners sup- in his opinion the public interest shall tIUf
-.4 'the late Dr. W. T. Con WAV. by his immediate Successor Browns Bible REMOVAL. most acccmnU'dating terms. r.
12 vols. 8 so
Dictionary and in such
vo. case the contract shall cease,

_) whom,they and may the Sole be had Proprietor at his ,Counting T. KIDDER Room,, in of Gibbons'Coopers Surjri Ronic b.l I 4 Dictiorary vols. 2 vols. THE Subscriber takes this ojiportunity to inform i Druggist EDW., Magnolia SEIXAS Florida., relates to the -part, curtailed, or todiscontinuedau the *}> le e J

Customers, and the pubIc generally that he !vHy29 41 tf allowance of monthspay e
j Chamber oyer No. 99, next door to J. KIDDER'8Dm Mttnoirs of the Duclics one -
i Htnrfl farnfr. of. Court and Hanover Street D'Abrantcs, 1 voL has removed his Confectionary to the house of Messrs. being made to the Contractor. .
Domestic duties MEDICAL.
---0 ----- -- --- -- -- or instruction to married L. 4* M. A Armisiead the
I young la near Capitol Souare. where 10adverusemeutshall
Boston and also his 16. All Contracts embraced
,
near Concert Hall. by appointBiant The routes
he keeps constantly on hand the best of LtQUOR3 .undersigned have formed a partnershin Of
I other ol day
with all those valuable Alediftines dies.Story the first
(together Bailments.. all kin& .-also various kinds of V. inc and Cordials under the firm of CRE\\ & TRIPLE for the& commtnce on
; u prtpored by the late Dr. COHWAT.) by 6th voL of Peters January next and continue two -
,
-' Reports. Porter, Cider, Ale-Candies, S w eatincats, Pickks. practice of the different brandies of the science years. .
E. B. PERKINS No. 6. '
- ( ) Jackson Practice.Dewes Decisions bids will be made known
DBDOGISTTallahsjM &c&c. Different kinds of Relishes at all times, all e.: of medicine. They have on hand an extensive on

- n36tf. '.Mid wifcry. which he offers on liberal terms. fIo tenders his sincere supply of fresh medicines which will ninth day November next.
1831.
Ap Boston Report on Cholera thank his they dispose WILLIAM 'lv. BARitY,
to clstumen for their of
lit .
generally, liberal
on
I Observe tnat none genuine without i the writ terms. Their office is Webbville J
ire Grcnhow
on Cholera. al favors the GeBlf"
Master
L Post
ten signature of T KIDDER, on the outside printedI Don ana Lexicon. attention past 'ear-and hopes by unreuiuei: Jackson County. H, ,U. CREWS,
to business merit
to
a continuance of thcr GUJUL POST OlTICE DfFAKTMEMT, (
frrapper.gjr Houselys' United States. HENRY TRIPPE.
l. A large dUconnt to those who buy to sell again. Snell on Teeth. patronage. \Vebbville, A prill1QJ Ju1y 24th, 1832. S
R. K.
-EST.
,. --i ALE OF LOTS IN .MUlrr'j.blU.. N.-
) ir' GiNs.-rCAivjpBriLL & G AZE of.ouinille Elizabeth Barnet. July 10, 1938. 47 tf '1 ICE.-Six weeks after date 'Ii'act of tl'

/ C- Georgia.are' engaged,- at. tbci/ well *Complete setts of the Waverly novels. P.'8L R. K. West has just received direct fn j' 1. made to County Court of Leon application County. for will'letIs be- council_ undersigned, to sell and trustees dispose, apjiointed ot the Iota by in M, ,Jonon

knu-wn establishment at theabove.place in the manufacture do. Select novels. Baltimore, a large supply of the very best qualitic- oi administration on the Estate of George Hum- belonging to the heirs of John Tanner deC'

of xoUon gins,-of a very superior quality.-Iti Anda general assortment of Books and Stationary LIQUORS AMD CTioNiliT.--Hb friends ani. '. re j late of said county deceased. ; will on the first' day of.DectJ lber 1832, sell at_ .

F their intention to keep a constant supply, at Tallahassee all 4 of' *.hich will be sold en monaile terms. lovers of good eating and drinking, are invited to ANGUS JOHNSON. auction, to the highest bidder,such,of the above 0#| I

line and, with Quincy, Florida, and tomeet, the1rnlanUJu all.orders October 50th 1632. JOHN BALDWIN.' and judge for 1emsel ve!. Oct. 30th 1832. 11 1*. ..ctob r23d, 1838. JOtf tioned iota as remain undisposed ok The tU1'be |
413w "
their prompUleu.-GinI.of *"
SALE. made known the of wJe. ... "
on day
-\ ill be MC; mCJitUa
p tor are Varraiiicd ,to work well with, good usage,- ,AUMINISTKATOK'S .I
: FOR POPE :
FREIGHT,OR the W1LUAM S. ,
CHARTER. town of Magnolia 's.iE&H
GGV.-JJ6.
take opportunity to state,.that there u not i -Just recuted BrigThacher te*
?hey TAJiKER }
:
p ; the 14tb of 't.i: ELIZABETH 1
t, Other establishment of the kind in'Louisville and that The fistsailiruj'jschooner JOHN'S RELIEF "Monday day January next at the un. .u.8iiuig of superfine Broad CloiLs,Casvmersiinnishais .
hour lots Nos. six in JOHN M.POPE
*&Lint made-t that place, are of'then- w nut cture. Wading; master, burden 650 barrels Broadtitr.and seven, square No. 2, to Boots, Shoes, &. Cofiee, Whiskey" Mount Vernon OC\Ober30th 1833.FIAIS'O U-
south of
iTovtmber.lSth/1832.. ,' ": 15iim' I and will take"'a freight to any north- deceased. being part of the estate oi 1<<. ::0, Cfgmac Brandy, and good wines Mackerel, ,

; i.neaa; t-rn port-appljr.to) the Captain on. board r. rr.:->and many other articles which w e wish the FORTE ibr riale."j
IOB; pRNTINGE&it d LEAH RUSH "
: t.r 1 to call and examine for themselves. if
-1 Frean
e.\CeJ1entorde
it 8 iarbi to Richard rl Tallihassee. Instrument uf -
or Saywa> ,
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