The Floridian
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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: December 1, 1832
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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Editor, before arrearages are paid. "LAISSEZ. S' .5l" 'n. Princesa Lwiis on hi*..raanri gewhicfif ha&' o. 1
q.e we met with in time, wo should but .
"ijrertwements will be conspicuously inserted at se- -- T -I- V appefad
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; cents for each subsequent continuance. AU ttdcrIements --1COTTONVBANG---.----a -, :-_ ,. 44 It is the .custom of:tb will be continued until forbid,unless other PROPt) t I bridegroom to to his
i &Ie present lady,on the 'Ive
_cred. FOR carryingthe theKailsoftbe United States .1 and of their UDIOD,'a- handsome;collection-

The postage on all letters- and communications to the for two years, from the &*t day of J a'nvary-1888, Rope-Juw received and for sale by _._ els, contained, in what is..called .a T6eilid'j do ,1

; must** paid, or lllcy wilJ not receive atten- to the thirty-first day December 1854, on the : Manohiaaug7I93! 51 tf.EDW'P..QlNE. *oce. The fashioa of the coriwilles, y i.
Editor following Post Routes, in Florida Territorywill from
to The '
, ,_. be received at this ONce until the 2d day of l'61 OTICE.-Six weeks after date application will be season. corbeille 1
-- --- seated by King
oD'E: November next, inclusive', to be decided on the .1 made to County Court of Leon County for let- Leopold to the Princess'Louisa
ters of administration on the Estate of I consisted of! a gothic chest of
are authorized tu announce 9th day November. George Hum ebony, iniaid t
2477. phrey late of said county deceased. V with silver, in damask
From Monticerio in Jefferson pattern, and 'Mudded
JOSEPH M. WIHTi., a candidate lo represent I County, I
ffijanUhe23d Congress. to Magnolia, in Leon County,. 4frrniles and back October 23d, 1832. ANGUS JOHNSON. with orie taJ pearls.. This, we miut, 'add, i!
,! The Races over the Tal- once a week. > JOtf 'sounds somewhat furaeral but its contend 1

'---LAi\D.-A valuable tract of land, is oll'tred for !,containing 720 acres-either in part or whole | meeting, Arrive at Magnolia th same day by 6 P. M. and general a&iX |1."elves bU2 and a magnificent suit of diamonds
Ili iithascrs; said tract IS adjoining the own of 1832.lILLcommeuc.A Leave Magnolia every-Thursday at 5 A. M. !i black[ cloths blue, black, l,, thq ',iecD, drakf.Beck, a necklace, consisting of '
II.jrcll, in Jelttison county, Florida,-on said land Arrive at Monticello tie same day by 6 P. M. rich plum and steI1 I mixeo ,.:.ra'ive, .upe black, .comb and wreath oi wheat .ear,
thdf..lixiut 5uacrtscLc.redand i cupied at present ''- ; on the third Vv ednes lay in DC- 2478. From. St. AugwUne to Tampa Bay and blue, striped, diobiIicl1tetI: ,' '"tay, green >jppe the latter made.ao as to take to pieces, and bo- f
rLr.: Holt, OJU the part ear: the town. Persons w iih- 'W ccmber, ((19th,) and continue .our days. back once in two weeks. miiedf'nuufyirig,broii, :.i;, d, green and im'*mix- come applicable in various other forms Besides
purchase will! please to examine 'lie lands and 1'i'st ed cassimers, lattinetts, i.Vq' .in. llorcnteen '. ;
daJ.-Jockey Club hisb
$300 three a variety of
purse mile St. broaches
MJrl'l!>4 undtrsigiH-d Ito will give i a great' liarI'n IJfas: entrance fl20.Srccnd Augustine ererv other Thursday at silk vesting, fancy do., w ._ silk do- brown,,. !.fear- the intended for bopp
UK same J-T cash, or on time. .allowing inter'Jjton day.-92ea- ing up drapery of court dresses and Clasping
die puidmse Jlin c}'. Il i.ot dispr cd of in aiijrttiIre Tliiri cay.-$>1CU; ,--one mile heat, entrance $10.- Arrive at Tampa Bathe/ next Monday by verteen. blue goat hair camlci. Leather caps, intent bODqU ta. .
,- a sail portion of said land adjoining the Frtf fiK any Horse, Mare, or Gelding in the United 6P.M. V silk suspenders, gloves,beavey hat, velvet, bow lJ1e A complete suite of different coloured stonos
ufn,"l1 be laid nIT into lots, corresponding w iih the States ; subjer! .(- ;|hIt. rules and orders of the Club. Leave Tampa Bay efery other Saturday at state right and silk trfc'fr; banners& ailkflafiandfcerchaefe mounted in gold 'so lightly that the
and sold on the first day ol December 1'ke FourM 6 A. M. ready-rn int:8 ; setting wa*
pJdto.'n next cav't purse will be conipcsed! of the CPtrancp j paataloor' n4jLa,lii invisible
.'p''yUl BET i ON 4. EA;ORY.'p.Oi'OSALt. motvey and the gate money of all the four day1 Arrive at St.Aegustll Q-Jti nr t Saturday b en shirts figured. .rtoJ.[ ''oint and a great variety of wheat ear l is
T\.i.l'"", Ct"e'.stfl n.... 11 Lr (I 'll il( 1.'... : ._ l-c_- -.1, tl1fr,.--, .,-,- .'... ..II. .t7..,'.."'n- 6 P. M. : *.t.1:9thta ( . to-J op.. gjBg eaierald, chrysophrase,jacinth topazes cbry2llifO .
.. llie winninsr horses the tl oar ;Vi nHv mId CUSlOmf'ML. .. ,.... *UA. .1.1., Q. ...U _
-"Win be received (f ->. and < t..-V_ _
until the 15,h preceeding days carrying JNo. 2479. from Q iincy by Fort liads- The --- ---'- P-UUUK -- -- --\- -.----, -- W'.La e
lIl'xt,1.. the Agent of the heir appropriate weights and the terms. subsoribers are also provided with "I".o..uuu.
rmber ) United States loosing horses true good in shade
; for lunu&hingsurh number of bushnu' allowed drducthn of six pounds from their den to vppalachicola Bay, (5 miles and back workmen, and will make up clothing at short notice, every its growth. A $et oft e.

.jjsof liu*, as may be required for the public buildings propriate weights; and dll h'.r"es that have not run ap- owe a wcfk. after the latest fashions. R. B. & J. B. BULL. politan shells, and another of antique comeos,

lobe tttcied (u the Appalarlucola river. The lime todeli'erttlu on. the preceeding day to c-irry thdr i appropriaii Leave Quincy ever) Nonday after the arrival November 20th 1832. I4tfPOETRY. richly set in gold besidas a great variety of V

jtooJ tight catks, at sudi point on thee "eights.T Ei J the mail from MilledgeviUe, .ay 12noon M.__ -_ .- -, -- -. gold chaoiii, some light, others very massive
bciween iIi. junction of the Flint and en per c't. willbcdcdwted from '
Chatta- '?MI urscfor the Two
; \ Iuds
; : pn.,5, itd J>"eet-%\ .it(-r Creek, as may i.creattcr te.niaicd. use of the Club. I arrive at Appalaclioola Bay the nextduy i lot night dresdes, a large dingld

'.. the prop sals will state, uisether the !CJ 'The mcmbcts of the Cl hiT 'tjik>,ted it b) 7 T. M. diamond. Eight casbemere shawl, four being

jjaeproposfd to bi ddiv red, is made from shells or meet, at the Club room on the dy jr. r ii fling the Race ; Lciive Appalai-hicola Bay every Sunday square, and four long. Scarfs in every variety .

jane rock. \a..vance of money wilt he made In the i, being Tuesday th 18th D"t'II.I..r. i nt 5 A. M. arrive at Qutacy the next day by of lace, viz : Alencon and Brussels pointy
aninictlui py ml WilL be made for the lime when TH'. Il2WN, Lisle
{. 5ccd awl reci'ived. .U'IJnd and approved security Sc"'y 1 ,. "'l"jwitol..r. 12 noon, in time to coined with tho mail'rom Mechlin Valenciennes Gbantiily ; be*
till bf'r'qwrf'f.l1 r the JaiJ.ful perforiiiance of the con- Tallal'"-.c-"c. ('c:. 9;'; I 1832. 8tf.Ci.L'l I'allahsssce for Mittedgevile. some curious varieties in caahernere,

frC. Tie ;jr n/.s.Us must be post paId. % ; .S EEl.i.- NOTES. embroidered with gold, silver, and pearls. 4
\K.-'J .
ttalncy, t'ritlli, Muvember 13th 1832. 13HWj : .(bscc J lIeke-t( ..u. arc :%t l"i-.oKs ot lit.- 1. The Post Master General reserves the right dress ef silk muslin (oae of the new French
Tiiis utiicrn llccorder, at Milledgt ; i,. stakts ior colts ore a I.A..J to expedite tile Mails and to alter the times 0of stuffs) embroidered
7kjnph&nd.Mf-kbengcr J !,iac'.n the ,t.voa. d thriyears .)11. mil ta-B, ft- From the Metropolitan. in bunches of grapes, of
( ; Enquirer anti traDeeA nce $fO. 1 met ii.eirarrivalunil: .. .,
alboiumitus,will! please 1.scrtlllc /r mere tries .II m ik r.oc-; departure, at any time during the 44. which the iruit was composed of
il' ; e lun for, ;n the day l tit' r? lie J,jcK'y-wluo fa v.".. continuance of the contract, by giving an ade- TOELION MUZZLED; BERANOER in EKCLIND I A dress of Chinese silk, painted in amethysis,
(Tuesday 18th December.) \\.i Jlfl I-T three year q.i ate Ci'iitMn.ytion, never exceeding a pro rala Time was the British Linn stood, flowers bonquets of
Ex ct-OR 2.-By \'Irwellid in tiociuioi.ol Ill old. fe6 Ibs., for two year f-id. a -at-iPi.: aliowaucf, lir; .ny extra cxj>nse which such al-! M;'jesic upon Europe's plain ,! by the hands of the first artist ; enclosed >
. it will AM estaijcnt of: JouatH-m 1 honias de- t ne entry alrfarsy na'l.-H.l k? to be closed '.n t requiie. ; in a case ot*japan, painted in flower
lCl-ltlolllnay I
I liii3 tx-'o f'10 : ublit sale before th JOth December. Lord of two worlds, of land and flood, la
tttaj < 2. Seven minutes shnli be A
allowed for richly
, on Saturday; inc tlth c.ay of L eeonlifr i idF": A rare ball will bo furnished by the propritor opening With lightning glance and horrent mane, I of what gilt. great variety
UtIt at -j'ca-t'k A. M.-a tract or quarter .it tho Flauter's Hotel, on the evenings, of the 2d a' d :nul c'.DSiiig; tile mails! ateadi office, where no particular What upstart Russian mock'd his ? are called Cadcaux de Corbeiile or
fcfLtm"1 land, being! the north vest quarter of section 3d days of the rares. time snail be spccilitd, hut thc Post .Mas- What huckstering Dutchman dared gaze his blow ? I wedding presents occompanied this beautiful
. we, in nwiisJjip! two-north of range four, west. THO\A! ROWN: tc. Gent-ra I reserved to hinself.lte right of extending cheat.
dare nwk him
Today be
This land is sit uaicd within mile of the the tune. at ease-
flourishingtillar. Sec'ty. ai.d pri-.
mr. Among others
J j"- set of
.H( Quirry,and is of general ;ood quality.- Novemlxjl3ih 1832. 13tf 3. For every ten minutes delaj ,in arriving at Poor Lion he is muzzled now a la Francauc a chimney ornaments

Nstsx Jc.1 iall who lives on the premises, will any point after the lime prescribed many con-ract, The hungry Croat and Austrian slave consisting of clock, candelbra

th..the lUld to any one who may uish to purchase.JUilwralmciit GLGiUE S. 1I2W.b1iNs, the contractor snail lorlea l ave dollars tithe de- May trample Italy's rich fields, and vaces, composed of oak leaf green enamel V

mum the will of be ale.BANK.given-further terius mad ja 4 U..I.t\.i,1 amcoun&elioi J at LAlaria'ill lay shall continue l eyoisd the time for the departure No more the royal beast can save- and gold. A breakfast service to match

ou day s ?- 'MEACHA, Ex'tor. .81.'t 1 Kioiida. January 6th ,IS3I. 20DR. of any (tending mail, the forfeiture shall be equal His look is meek, his fierceness yields : with a beautiful plateau of the same. Anotb
to twice the amount allowed for carrying the He er breakfast service of silver
Gadsdea ypvcmbfr gilt
county, Ch IS32. I26wAFAYF.riL soes tyrannic fangs and claws dressing
JUliN l'LE'.jU WLE. mail one trip. II it be made to appear that thedelay case, work box and desk
The ,
heart of freedom en anile, of
> fO\V \eIilPv I -The su'.ncn: very plough,
been it E sP1TF ULLi inforniii the ci- was occasioned by unavoidable accident, ofwhich Yet chrystal and gold, lined with rich velvet.
*r,having npju>intcd Uie jcnt of General ) the Post Master General shall be the motionless his teeth and jaws- See
, Lasft'l.e, to dispSi.f: his bncls in Florida, is ready dZtII: oi i ailahasset, and iu vicinity, thai he forfeiture be reduced to the Judu'cthe of, Poor Lion he is muzzled now veral beautiful cases of oriental japan, filled
, &orertl\'C pr"I14ri.-8ls for the purchase of lias located himself in this city.JN. may amount witb birds
poriionilaii .
any paradise heron's feathers
I for a trip. but in no case can that be When the trine mar.
110 less one aeo-ion. ot the general's township of B. He may be found at his office next door to pay ; amount despots covenants tear
irh1. AI.oo'll OOO acres in the south west quarter of J octor's Parker an-, Bradford, or at his residence COIner remitted. The f forfeitures are otherwise unconditional As recking Poland's death-shrieks rise, about and ostrich feathers, and the richest
tbeertownshipof iowzmkip, is reserved from sale. The terms of ot Adams and Call] streets. and will in all cases be enforced. And murderers with their red-arms bare, plumes, in all their varieties. Several piecesof

. tile Till he ash,or) one t'.mrth; in c..tsband the residue TalLthase;, March 6th Id32. !83mTl 4. Pe V no make proposals will state their Mangle-then jeer her agonies ; velvet, brobadts blonde, gold and silver

! annual ins.alments, satisfactorily secured, with in- prices by J .ar, payments to be made quarterly The royal perjurer's guilt confess'd stuffs, and rich SilkS of every descnption be
tetsUin the amount of tach instalment from the day ,fl Da\.l L\I-"l Itt in..',-. .NOTICE.-All person ; in the months ol May, August, November and side ; *
I of ale,-This tow,. of land Jl..havU1g demands See the: chang'd beast no courage how, an infinite variety of trinkets and ornaments *
hip the
. adjoining the city of ngan st i-sUte of \m. Cam- February, one month from the expiration of each
Tallah"s.'It; and, in rtft-rcnce to locality, health, ful- ron deceased are requested, to present the same to tile quarter. As if he sanctioned their behest V for the embellishment of a dressing*

L&snf Jimatr: fertility and adaption of soil to the undersigned administrator within the time prescribed 5. None but a free white shall be Poor Lion, he is muzzled now I room or boudoir, each contained in a tiaveT-
mlt1lrt ,. em- I
I lf.1".A", ." ''l.I1.. hT. h v La u-. or ill camA illl\M f..roir Imrrf-rl
vy ri.yj u. the mail. Calmuc and Cossack his ling -ase of the richest kind. The tnmsseav
. land in the Territ'.ry of Florida. JAS. CAMERON, Administrator. oorry get gold, ,
ROBERT. WILLIAMS. October 9th 1832. 88w 6. Proposals should st.ate'whether the person 1'liat SIHJU1U iui iii>uia ur i>vv.u r..1.-, or wedding dnth. presented by Louis Ehilin _

., Tallahassee,Octnl>cr a 1ih J 632, 8tfI proposes to carry the mail iii a four horse coach, atwo His debts are more than can be toM a fo In* dau-hter. were nf rnrrf&nt\rnttnrr& .---- -matrni.0- --.-
I 50s The SmtUrn! Recorder, Georgia ; the Ricli5 Sugar Mill horse coach, or otherwise. His ]bonds unpaid on every side. *" j licence, and were forwarded to Brussels some

> !Lll 5 Ur-r: Virginia ; the Columbia Telescope, S 7. If the person ofibring proposals wishes the These tame him What so abject still. days previous to the marriage."

. Ctnlinia ; the Baltimore Republican, Maryhn-1 : the J. G. tf N. HAMLEN havcjust received a small privilege carrying newspapers, out of the Mail, No wrinkle on his faded brow,,. I -
Jaintf Banner, Tenni-sste, will insert the above adWisemcnt Perpendicular Sugar Mill, which they otler for he must state it in his bid; otherwise, he cannot To speak the
indignant thwarted
sale on a credit until March ? Temperance The
for four weeks in succession, and forward next. that ship.- Dalmatia of Bog
CARIITER, gives lessons on To Planters. the mail, as to themannerorcarr.yiug, increase Along the wild romantic Rhine, Grcenock. 3. he captain stated to some gen.

Piano Forte, in a room adjoining SALE.-4 expedition, extension of routes,frequency The Vandal hordes are gathering fastj llemcn \\ho waited upon him to make some

Ball's school-To sixteen voun ; FOR Copper Boilers, of trips, or any other improvements, are invited lobe Vainly may Hanoverians pine, i inquiries respecting the spread of temperance
fa ladies She would devote the sam ire Copper Dippers, Skinir'ersrind Scoops.c stated in the proposals, and will be dub consid Poor infants in the Moloch cast, principled the of
f t K iition as to her daughter, now under her instruc- reduced priccs.-Alao, 10 pair Horse Mill Stone among seamen America, that
(fat ered. King half of freemen, half' of !slaves for f the last thru
'lalasb.f..October 9Lh 1832.: 8lfI Apply to BETTUN & EMORY. ytars. no spiritous liquors had
Ah.y 15. 1832 39 9. The number of the route, 3"d its beginning Is he their lord who bids them bow been used board
tf. on and from
I mm ; that his
U1D: mmma(aiYm Q and termination as advertise, should be sta But w h8r 's the champion that might ? own
: save
' I A. LARGE and complete assort d m every bid; and the proJXl alsmust be sealed, Poor Lion, ho is muzzled now experience, he was fully persuaded that they
nl4"J1tofFrf'Sh} Drugs and Medicines STOREAGE.tr to the "General Post Office of Mail Con- were quite unnecessary either for himself of
,just recciew His wealth
. 1tdfrom \ York and Baltimore sale, wholesale acts:" and superscribed "Proposak." by tones misapplied, bis men. He had never, since the time he wan

. : "rttaiL Country rchRnu and Practitioners sup subscriber has recently erected a spacious building -- The following is a proper form for a Proposal. Tojob or set up Bourbon kings ; i in command of a vessel J, a period of twelve

S I:f"QI on the most accommodating terms.EUW. 80 by 28 feet, receiving cotton and .. "1 icill convey the Jllail, agreeably to advertisement The nation by their blunders tied, years, had a crew better behaved, or better able-

r SEIXAS. TIMOTHY M'CARTY. on route.Ijrmn- to forthe Like bird with vainly fluttering wings. to discharge the duties incumbent them.

I \J 1r29 41 tf Druggist, Magnolia Florida. St. Marks, December 27th 1831. 19tf yearly compensation of dollars." By Whigs now ruled who temporize ; In stormy weather he was accustomed upon to deal
He must state the place of his residence and if not The roar is but the steer's week low
i -- Jiraintree Cotton Gin. out hot coffee, to the men, in place of ardent
MEDICAL. a Contractor he must acccmpany his bid with satisfactory That once in thunder shook the skies-
j The nndcrsigneil have formed a partnership FOR 1 SALE-A 55 Saw Cotton Gin, (Iron fra recommendations. Poor Lion, he is muzzled now! spirits ; and he bad found it to answer all the

&mder tLe finu of CRES & TUIPPE, for the ,) from Braintree Manufactory. Apply toJustrh 10. The distances, as stated, are estimated, Belgium confides and is betrayed purposes of the latter beverage, without any of
prarice of the dilli-reiit W. KleinSt.Marks.J. and not be but if ; i its disadvantages. As further
branches of the science may entirely correct: any errors a proof Qf the
I of \V. K will receive orders for other Saw Gins With promises they duped their sons :-
rdltme. of
. Tiiey have on hand an extensive the above manufacture. have occurred in relation to them, no increase of nropiety of such principles he mentioned thatin
pplviif fresh medicines which will compensation will be allowedon that account. The State stranglers now shey stand arrayed i building the Dalmatia
they dispos; sixty had been
July 10, 1832 47 tf persons
*liberal 'Gainst law and right, with swords and
terms. Their Contractor will inform himself that point. guns.
1 office is Webbville, employed, and he was not aware of
t" 3\oQOn ounty. H B. CREWS, DJ-Dr. JOHN B. TAYLOR in- 11. The Post Master General reserves the And must the nob'e beast succumb, efspirits being consumed the occasionr one glass The V

t HENRY TRIPPE. orms his fricuds and the Tublic, that his health is so right annulling any Contract whenever repeat- Stifle free thought, truth disavow, mate, a relative of the on
d Webbvjlle, April 1 far restored, as to enable him to resume his professional 1- e failures to arrive within the contract time shall Crouch, flatter, fawn and still be dumb? owners, stated that thfe
'OliCE.-Is: duties. July 30 1832 50 tf occur; or whenever one failure shall happen amounting Poor Lion, he is muzzled now! same company bad twenty-five vessels nailing
Iunted hereby given that 1 have been anv to the loss of a trip whenever direction on temperance principles, aqd that no difficulty
by Ldward R- Gibson, his and atlac DMINISTRATRIX'S NOTICE--All persons ; any Come Europe's Lord, from Volga's waves,
) in to transact his business in Florida. All having claims on the estate of Samuel Bryanllate which he may give shall not be promptly Nero or Nicholas with thy knout! was ever found in obtaining'men to engage'iifc

1 h'ed mI'fl5 lhbLtd I to said Edward. R. Gibson, are reFIM of Tallahassee, deceased, are required to present them .obeyed. Come Prussia, Austria, twin-slaves, .the express understanding of there being do V
to maKe duly authenticated within the time law 12. No bid shall be withdrawn after the time
payment and tf se prescribed by spirituous liquors provided board
person- having Change to brutes firce out on indeed
I ; men knowledge :
SL him or they will be forever barred-those indebted the for it has and should
are requestedto present them I to to receiving expired, any person so general i is the practice sailing vessels
I ber at Tallahassee for payment.2EHEMIAHTILTN.. i estate are requested to make immeciate payment. refuse to take a coitract at his bid, he shall Drive back to ignorance man's mind, oil
1'.I1.L I LEAH BRYAN, Adm'trix. forfeit all other contracts that he may have with Make yourJKing's paiadise below; this principle, and so manifest the advantages*

i e.October 16th 1832. 9tf I Tallahassee, October 30th 1832. 118w the Department, and oe held responsible for all The beast that might have saved mankind, as to leave no doubt his mind on that ere lout.

Storage! and Commission) &c. NOTICE is hereby given, that six weeks after date damage that may result from his failure to comply Poor Lion, he is muzzled now I I it would become univ8I11aJ.-C' aa SPONDINC11

1 tlnd'rsigned has .1. application will be made to the county court of I OF THE SCOTISH GUXRDUN.. "* .
. Aaouk lllnd Cotton large and convenient Ware- ;aJ den county, for letters: .of admln.lslratioa on the 13. No Contract nor bid can be transferred THE POET'S SONG TO HIS WIFE -- .
Uit sheds and i8
'te OODS', COTTON, or other produce prepared on w.re-Stor- state of Dr. Mark M'Han, late'of eaid county deceased without the special and written approbation of IT BARRY CORNWALL. From Salathiel. >
: .. October 30th 1832* 116w the Post Master Gemral; and an assignment of a V
How many summers, love, L. -V SKETCH. A pert .
Stoed, sold contract,or bid, without his consent, first obtained -
or shipped and all Commission
B NUTTALL, and Have I be"n thine 7 of the Arenaojenedand the combatant with
strIctly attended to. He solicits share of WILLIAM I in writing, shall forfeit it* l'his rule will never *
; ., patrunage. EDWARD SEIXAS. HIXON, have formed 'a Law be departed from. How many days, thou dove, V a mantle thrown over his raced figure*' wis

IQIia.(; Loly_ J 16, 1832. 9tf Partnership, and will practice in the Courts of the Middle 14. If a Contractor or his Agent shall violate Hast thou been mine ? I let in the surroundry. The lion roaredA J .

I N TICE.-The subscribers been District and Jackson County. Office near the the Post Office law, or shall transmit commercial I Time,like the.winged wind ramped against the bars orbs den at'tieaizbU -,
"C having appointed Planters Hotel.Tillahassee. I
tbt4 Lli laS will, and tatamcnt of John Colson aug.7, 1832 51 3m intelligence by express mote rapidly than the mail, Whent bends the flowers V I, The guard put a sword and "buckler :'j iit V

, -tat..Srei r f Gadjen. county executors on I hi is his contract shall be forfeited; and in all cases, Hath left no mark behind, hands of the Christian, and be witffefHe l .: 4.
J h2 to all persons having claims againstI1 1tJOTIC.-All person indebted to Benj.F.Cooper when a Contractor skall run a stage, or other ve To couat the hours. i iI drew the mantle from his face and*WM

; Un5 JSFnj! them legally authcnticated with- 1. Esqr, by note otherwise. ,are requested to make hicle, more rapidly 01 more frequently than he is i Some weight of thought) tho'loOn slow and'firm lock around'the mphiUt* t ,
i.tter, .d by law, or they will be barred payment to- and those having claims against him,willcall required by contract to carry the mail, he shall I *
t UJunedi.0Ic Indcbt.ct' to the estate are requested to i on the subscriber. ITiose who make default ill the give the lame increaed celerity and frequency tile thee be leaves; : V His iine countenance and lofty beakgg raised'

te! payment. I|' first particular' must expect suit. mail, (unless the Post Master General shall Some lines of care round both, a universal shout admiration. "He night

0.-- JOlIN WILLIAM C. LOVE, 1 Exei- : JOHN"K7EAMPBELL 6th 1832. Att'y in 12Gtf(act.Novembember otherwise direct) aid without inerease of compensation Perhaps he weaves: V' V I have stood for :an App ll enCounterfng' lhaPython.

'Y.OetOberOth1832. FORBES, S tors i Some fears-a soft regret Ilia e1eLet" last' ttfriied 6nrmine.)

tbatlt IISw : Jas. D. WeStcoit Jr. & J. P Booth] i 15. The Postmaster General reserves the right For joys scarce known; Could I b lrere taf'sense*7 Constantius*was- "V
11 E. :bttinin : of route when Sweet looks we halfforget j ''
: formed a Law partnership in Florida. The curtailing or discontinuing any befoTeflr .0-0 V
:: I1ORNEY HAVE of the former is Tallahassee, ando! in his opinion the public..interest shall require it; All else.is flown! .' -V'. V "AU mjrritfncolii'Tants id;' Anfe> rit V

WILL p i the Couyt.: b\'. the latter at West Point, Appalachicola Bay. Bujti and in such case the contract shall cease, so,far.as .AM t with what thankless heartS ':>, V I could Vav ,slrt'lhe: '. -." tFe"" :1.) "
&t n County ( aDd fleflJVW them in any of theconrts of Florirun relates to the part, curtailed,. or, to the whole, if I mourn and sing, V V betrayer to. ": V
. JeU $ VestF1drida. Hi Office or the adjoining Counties ofbe Georgia or ; discontinued allowance of one ni i th' 'extra I could have ealledrmrUra.severest,vbf ngeanC4
?Street opposite that'of the ,Look where yoUr hfldr$n start, < u:,' w .* -
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,4Ai. l Regisu, strictly attended to. Aug.3d,,1831. SOtf beingiiiade.to the Contractor. V 1 maii'Wd [tD> or
I en- of wri .pay .. .
will be drawn Like sudden spring
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fletesj t m UU til ni'h .f141
C embraced in
1' aU.enUon to their 16. All ntracia for routes /
legal 1 f has .' J
acctwae uodersigtied With all sweet and low.I
tongues : V.VwaZitWti '
d829.! 39t N0TwThe adftrtls ment shall commence on the first day of V U man vrn'o'm I'fed b(D JrV ; for'iai'qtralities'wfiyjnltee le.'
and'attorney in fact TorSeatbn Like a pl &int.zbyce, ,. ._
1. January.next,and continue two years- V ; ,{ V 1fd.i.Ii* ..
&bow' I..un eonuwung 400 aerra 'GcfPrh1iCsrt I' and the heir* TheyteU b zuc1 i owe,. '" -'f. "fUI10"
bids will 1 ; made known on thejiinth4ayofNbveaberniat. "' V
11I.. kYeDty. n I Dectsiona on be; : fr'f.t e" ifm f"
acres of which on..aI CharlWilhizUzoi i intnwted *
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tatiTt. \ of withtheeed To thee SMtILiflC! .
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f"oun of.their land.. *.i jn,Florida.... ,- A.l| _pernoa ."tj ,.._ .,.. VV to,:th-, 'rcan t ; bvIe7r us
: BARKY Muter GOer .. ,
t : begro &Dc U apd those desjre \ <* -' i ?
men womu from. .comcut. ng waste on'. c wune, -' : eim" ;bebett4f auii1 jJdi.\ .i '
1ra n.ea mules, cattle &Ddboga, ox:it.on : t6 rebt iaaV, do. ao oh App Ue&WUII("o *subscriber. Grirtiii' *'PO'ST Om s'D iut':n. ) ,Mr. VJsJia P ., j )V f ib. 1Piartit.,
I !*ra.4. 1t1i9 IC crop 0 eon1 d odder ':u I T5 -"THOMAS-BALT".IKI.T.: jtdyr9A:4.thI8V S leave of &eKingN V df.BVaiice oii the t i.d
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refused i to .stir.- I-would l.b3'tt"tow ClfjT I f she says. ",1'have seen my cbHdren commence ; FORSIGN7 move withouMbe.concyrrence'Of th,:English :

: it the feet :.f f Nero ; butll1like.; ..a man o.atone '! their.fortune-itls.in that house .that I : ministry. The cooperation of England,.by FLQRIDIJ\N:
l .. -palo-p; nilized-r .the hunting of my i.i wisht'to- die.6ho is afraid'that Heave- I I B/ the:[late: flrrivalipf.iho Silas Rtchards, at I sending.a-fleldi'inl; clieldt, desired by {f.. .IfIU.
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1 .pulses) stopt-my eyc atone olive."The" wouWTvi'ithdraw itsblessing from her.. children, i New-Ypikfcadvipes.ace received from London France, but-Tailing that/jlhe _consent of the TUWAY .tuA ,
gates of the den were thrown back, if through sentiment earthly vanity, she to'the'23 I of September and from' Liverpool ministry to the march of the French troops MORNING.DEC
f t end.the lion riwhed .in with. roar, and a bound should abandon the tesidence in which she to the 24tb. The intelligence is of a highly into Belgium will be deemed sufficient.:! The CHARI S CARROLL
'1 that bore him half-way across the arena. I gave them birth. interest jVt-racter.. fund fell about 10 per. cent. in Paris on Thursday of the Declaration the. "'t uniY D(
;); saw the sword glitter.in the air,.when,it waved, 'JT The deafly of Sir \Y nltor Scott is announced.The I ,. in consequence of the feeling, that an interference expired!, on the 14th of Independence i ia Do m *
r t again it was coveied with blood. A howl told From the Macon Messenger. deatb) of'the JKing of Spain, and the in, behalf Belgium had become. R. Caton, Esqr. in Bahin.ore at the,
t, the blow had beep diiven home. The lion one From the Kite hour at which we received theGovernor's rejection Belgium the ultimatum of the allbut inevitable. of his age. in the I nti
of the largest from Nuinidia, and' made furious : *'Message, 'and our columns being London Conference are also reported. ARRIVAL: OF TilE DCTCHESS DE BERn IN :'
;''I by thirst and hunger an animal l of prodigious preoccupied, we ,have found it impossible to Sill WALTER SCOTT, it is stated died lb LLA N .-The Gazelle de.Xormwdi6 says. We have it from very good authority jjj ",
power, crouched for an instant, as' if to make give" more than a brief extract from that part Sep k 22d. The news of his death was received _" Whilst at Nantes they are breaking thro' J oJ11I.H. Eaton will be appointed; gov r'o(
sure of his prey, crept a few paces onward Delating! to the} controversy of the South on board the Silas Richards the day she. the doors of convents to look COT the Duchessde live.tory in case of the resignation of ttie )i-

and sprung at the victim's throat. lie was with the general govarnment. The document sailed. Bern, she has been received with regard
: met by a secOnd wound, but his impulse was is very len c* :.by-near the close of the communication DEATH OF FERDINAND OF SPAIN. and; respect in Holland, where she has just Two companies of Artillery hare
irresistable. A cry of natural horror rang he says:- -LONDON, S.\TURDA'v EVENING Sept. 22.- arrived and where she will shortly embrace the Secretary of.War to fort Maultrn bt t
round the ampbitheare.rrhe struggle was Upon all subjects relating to the usurpa- Intelligence has been received through France her family and her children." -Rumour has already magnified ;
) now for an instant life or death. They rolled tions of the Federal Government, and especially to-day of the death of the King of Spain, DEATH OF SIR WALTER SCOTT.An .- nient into an army, intended to
.over each other ; the lion'reard upon his hind upon that of the protective Tariff System which there is no reason for doubting, though Edinburgh paper of September 22d, received oera..e. ,
feet and with knashing teeth and distended talons great unanimity of opinion prevails, somo persons have declared themselves incre- by the Editor of the N. Y. Atlas, announce THE ARIFF.-From the tone or
publjele '
t plunged on the man ; again they rose throughout this, 'astiithe Southern States gen dulous on the subject. His health has been the death of Sir Walter! Scott in the in the middle states, we are led to hope that
together. Anxiety, was now at its wildest orally. They neNvill be reconciled to the declining for some time past and he has lately following terms : lion will be Satisfaclo ily adjusted,duringtbe
bight. The sword now swung round the cham present Tariff or pion's head in bloody circles. They fell again is b sed. They belie .. "it to be contrary to if confirmed, is expected to hasten the approach yesterday afternoon, about half past one o' support the present administration fn iiect elrQrta to-.
t t covered with blood and 'dust. The hand the rfrmciples and spirit of the Federal Constituted of the crisis in Spain. clock. No form of words could express our lei of a compromise Philadelphia! onconst.luuoi.algrounl I !._ ;..
of Constantius had grasped th' lion's mane, ; and the auxiliary measures, by which CHANGE IN THE BELGIAN MINIS- deep and emphatic sense of the event we are mg duties above fifteen proposes that one author air '

I, and the furious bounds of the monster could this odious System of taxation is kept up and TRY.-LoNDON.- Sen. 21.Despatches have Called upon to announce.-and we emplor the u ually until they.shall be per.reduced cent i1 fn.all..be.__ia.k_ an..
not loose the hold ; but his strength was evidently supported, are no less objectionable than the been received byM.'an de Weyer, the Bel- simplest. It was the will of God, that the -\ e undez stand that thispropo--::"Iv 5Tf'q,stansJ.II .
I giving way ; he still struck terrible Tarjf itself. The partial and extravagant approp41ti" gian minister from Gmeral Goblet, announcing spark of the Divine Essence should return I ably/ received by the President 3ltlon andfceacfcTr hu ycen L ;
blows, hut each was weaker than the one be- .1of. every 4 G ding Congress the retirement of'frl. de Meulinaire, the whence it had emanated,-and a painful pre- is-There is every hope ortheDe.t .
fore ; till collecting his whole force for a last sind Hox1S t, ....(,}Auction L.J' desolatintiind Belgian Ministuru, foreign Affairs, and the paration had taught us all to acquiesce. We u compromise will unite a majority thatson*IUt h j
abandonment :appointment: o"f: General Goblet to that post do lament Sir Walter Scott's decease. of the ne
effort he harted one mijihty: blow into the lion's strife-stirring System, clearly evince an not gress. \Cont
throat and sunk Tho savage yelled, and of those principles of economy and ad interim. An entie change of the Belgian Tho Great-the Goodthe Gifted, is taken -Th
spouting out blood fled howling around the Republican simplicity upon which our Federal Ministry is announced, but it is not yet offici- from among us, only when it was no longer TilE PRESIDENCY.- c resultof I ife
arena. But the hand still grasped the main, System is based. ally stated who art to replace them. M. Van desirable that the ruined clayey tenement lion. for President and Vice President is the retentl1tct. *
and I his was dragged whirling thro' The mystical doctrine of nullification, as V\eyer had received from General Goblet full should imprison its immortal tenant. We for () G en. Jackson by ac overwhelming: a m ,re.clectli.Ju.
conqueror oru1-Then
the dust at his heels. A universal outcry now contended t for by its advocates, has only tended powers to treat with the Dutch minister Baron bear dwelling upon the few trifling details that is Piesident no doujt that Martin Van Buren will j be.,ectedV'JCa ]

ero.'C to save him, if he were not already dead. I to bewilder the minds of the people, inflame Von Zuylen, on the dispute between Hollandand have reached us. The event itself comprehends G en. JacJcson, though-'ihe perhaps, by a smaller ma*oruJ. than
... vein, their and them Belgian ; but cp to the present time, Baron all. Amidst the and of vote cf South Car 1j
.. Hut the lion, tho' bleeding fio'- every passions, prepare tor anarchy homage regret bably be thrown -Delaware I willrwn.r--"
'was still too terrible and all shrunk from the and revolution Wherever it spreads, it Von Zuylen has received no powers from millions, he passes from Earth who never hadan both parties has away to the '. *
h.-r JacksJ
baz 1fd. At last the grasp gave way, and the engenders most bitter strifes and animosities I his court to treat with M. Van de Weyer, on enemy on its surface.: No death that can island: is doubtful,given so is vote to .-
body lay motionless upon the ground. 'and dissolves .:fie most endearing relations of the subject ; and it remains to be seen whether bend, not in our country alone, but in the whole torV" -The Kentucky-Vermont ::'
remaining :
states :
'V hat happened for some moments after I life. I believe nullification, to be unsound, the King of Holland will consent to such a civilized world, could be so universally felt. stand
the and delusive in well mode! of proceeding, taking for the basis of it Kings bow their heads and Jackson and Clay
ltnow not. There was a struggle at portal dangerous practice os as may mighty men Van Buren.

4 ; a female forced her way through the theory. Its advocates have, with great ability, I the recommendation of the Conference. pass away unregarded, if not unnoticed ; but J.',Maine... .. .. .. ....... ..w........."'.'.''t. iUlt.
guarJs, ruslie-.i in a one and flung herself upon vndeavored to make their theory hannunize REJECTION OFTHE ULTIMATUMOF the death of SIR WALTER SCOTT comes strong- N ew.Ilarnpsliire..7.) .-...... u"**

the victim. The sight of a new prey routed! with the principles and operations ot our federal THE LONDON CONFERENCE.FROM ly home to the sympathies of every human : Massachusetts,.. ... ... .. ....QO.........**.'*0 LL'..**
I the lion ; he tore the ground, with his talons ; and ,tate Systems or government But THE SUN, EVENING OF SEPTEMBER 22. being: that ever heard of his name, and understood Connecticut..0.. ...... ..**.Q.."*
0 he lashed his streaming side with his tail ; he in my opinion the. very essence ol their doc- The expectations vhich were entertained by but the least what that immortal name New.York,. ... .... .... ..43; .........-..'..0 *'.*
lift*-d up his mane and bared his fan s. But trintt tends directly to de&iroy all harmony between the Conference of a speedy satisfactory arrangement : signified. Such are the claims and triumphsof .New-Jersey..8.........**..0'.*...*
his approaching was no longer with a bound ; the Federal and state governments, and of the Belgian question are at aa i genius, when united, as in this instance, : Pennsylvania..o............0...'
he dreaded the 8'.ord. and came snuffing the must inevitably produce the mo.-t direct and end. On Thursday evening a scaled note, i with the finest spirit of humanity that ever ten- : D claware..3............0. .*
: blood on in/' sand and Bt'';ilin round the body Vexatious conflicts, whenever i ii muv te attempted from the King of Holland to the Conference : nanted human clay and made goodness visi i ii Maryland. .. ... .. .*... 5..5.*..*
t jn circuit ::till diminishing. I by a State, to enforce the theory of was given to Lord Palmerston by the Dutch, i ble. On tho death of SIR PHILIP SIDNEY all ; Virginia. ... ... .... .....23............0...|
h The confusion in the vast assemblage wa nullification. I am unable to comprehend, or Ambassador, Baron Von and last England paid his memory the spontaneous homage : North-Carolina.. ... ....,. ..15.-.f-.......0..,.
how .xtreme. Voices innumerable called lot conceive of the peaceabk- constitutional har- night the members o; the Conference Zuylen ; having of -vearing mour ling. A greater man Georgia,. .. .. .... .... .....11............0AI ....
I ai id. )\ omen screamed and anted, men burst monywhich would attend a measure em mating all assembled the has fallen in Scotland.'MEXICO.A tabanta..7..0..,.
into indiguant clamours at this prolonged cru- from one twenty-fourth part of the Sovereign Instead, note was opened and read slip from the office of the L Louisiana. .. ......... .. .....5...........'0...
; them.
,.t.' :.venthe hard hearts of the populace, power of the Union ; which measure hould by pected, an acknowledgment of finding of as the they readiness had ex New-Orleans Be announces the receipt of i Tennessee,. .. ..... ........15............0..,,
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the sacrifice of the of the Federal Vera Cruz to the 2d of October. It
accustomed to revenue operations papers
: as they were stop of the King of Holland to treat with the King I Indiana. .. ... .... ......9............0...,
roused honest The guards Gtlv Jnment. Great ingenuity has been exer- appears that Gen. Montezuma after the defeat
life, were to curses. <; of Belgium, on the recommendations:! of the I Illinois.. . .. .. .... ..... 5..0....
trapped their anl waited but for a sign eiscJ, to blend this new theory with the admi- of part of his division on the 18th Sept. had
arms Conference and cf
an Baron Von
appointment Mississippi.. ... .. ..... .... ..4..0....
j-om the emperor. But Nero gave .o sign. rable principle* and doctrines of State lights, Zuylen with full powers to treat with M. Van rallied his forces. and attacked the main bodyof Ohio,. .. .. .. .. ....... .. "2!............0I. ....
looked upon the woman's face ; it was as set forth and successfully advocated by de Weyer, the Conference to their astonishment the army of Bustamen, on the 21st, at _'
Salome I sprang upon my feet. I called: on Thomas Jefferson. But after the most diligent and to the real indignat.on of some, as San Louis de la Par whi"h was entirely de Total,. . ... ...... ...._ *-i............27...,
her name ; called on her by every feeling of research I have not been able to find, wheic well as the avowed indignation of all. found a feated. Bustamente retired to the city of Ie- D oubtfulvutcs..7.* .... .............
nature to fly from that place cf death, to coirte I ;Ur. JorTerson ever attempted to delude the long note without the slightest allusion to the lutes, whore it is expected he will be obligedto "We have been asked whether, columns
to my arms, to think of the agonies of all that I; people into the belief, that when reason failed, proposals of negotiations between M. Van de surrender. Part of his defeated army arrived to the discussion of the doctrine of our]Nullification are?-cpa Wi
: loved her. and endurance became intolerable, a single and Baron Von at Tesquisquixaj.
Weyer Zuylcn
or to suggestion answer ycs-Our is free to all parties,fa tfe
She had raised the head of Const! l1tius on State could by it-- act of nullification, force the of the ( 'onf rence. The intelligence from Mexica respecting the discussion of subject-V. e are opposed to IfoDit
I' her knee and was wiping the pale visage with Federal Government to retract from its mea- The note commences by an expression of total defeat of Montezuma's force by Gen.UuTtMuicim cation buL that any is no rcasnn'IY 111.."hmiM w ia! Wise
her hair. At the sound of voice she look ufcs usurpation. Mr. .TpfTopn ..-..-IJ i.._...- ?, is connrmea Dy me lonowtng cx-
i- my ii'iisc uii the part of the writer, M. dc Ver- press the doctrine by any other than the only leg{timat4
ed up, and calmly casting back the locks irom called such a measure, on the part of a State, st.olks, in the name of the King, his master, at tr"ctof a letter from the American Consul at mode in a free country, by reason and argument.
her forehead, fixed her eyes upon me. She by its plain proper name-resistance to intol- the delay which has attended the Belgian question :- Tampioo, dated the 29th ult., to the Secretary -
still knelt ; one band supported the head, w3th erable usurpation. since tho conditions on which the Kingwas of State :- We have been requested for the information '
the other she pointed to it, as her only answer. Georgia should not sum herself) to be deluded willing to treat, had been made known to I have the honour to inform you that an country friends to say that ten centpitcts are no bnger
1 again adjured her. There was tho silence or flattered into the belici, that her rights the Conference and to the Belgians, and then express arrived in town last evening with the current in Tallahassee at any other rate than In la tin
of death among the thousands around m{'. Afire have heretofore been maintained upon the proceeds, in language which is intended to be information, that a battle had been fought at dollar.! -Recent importations of large amounts of\thi:
flashed it to her eye-her cheek burned- principles and doctrines of nullification, as courteous, but which is not to be misunderstood a place called Gallenerer near Jueretero, be- coin render this course necessary.

she waived her hand with an air of superb sor contended for by its present advocates. It i i.- to complain of the support given by the tween Gen. Montezuma, with an army of five The Cholera at the latest dates had nearly s aM
row. true, we may look ba k with pride and pain, Conference to revolutionary principles, and to thousand men, and General Bustamente, (the at New.Orleaus.--It is estimated that during cap-
t 44 I am come to die' she uttered in a loity on our past ronflicts with Federal usurpation. declare that, whatever may be the conduct of Vice President,) three thousand five hundredmen tinuance less than eighteen hundred blactsperiiftlTo
tone. This bleeding body was my h'Jsband. Upon several occasions we have been compelled the great powers the King of Holland, relying in which the former has been entirely cut this class of people, and recent emigrant ,ittW
I have no father. The world contains to me to throw ourselves upon our reserved on the justice of his cause, and on the support up ; fifteen hundred men were killed on the vages were principally confined- 1nydeaths lad!96-
but this clay in my arms. Yet' and she kis- rights, and resist Federal encroachments ; but ,)f Divine Provide nee, will know how to maintain the part of Gen. Montezuma, and the remain- curred on the plantations.The .
scd the ashy lips before her yet my Constantius we havo never veiled ourselves in its flimsy hU honour without the necessity of con- der of the army fled. So sanguinary was the
it was to save that father, that your generous garment of peaceable, constitutional nullifica ceding points which are of vital importance to battle, that the killed and wounded, and even Flori ian will hereafter publishcd'on Sitff-
heart defied the peril of this hour. It was tion. In these delicate and highly responsible his country the women following the army." day-This change is made to suit the present nail"

t to redeem him from the hand of evil, that you acts, Georgia- has always relied on her own The note is of great length, but we have rangements.
abandoned our quret home !-yes, cruel father population, the justice of her cuue and the given its chief character. It is evidently intended .ilIurder.-A\ murder of a most atrocious na. PORTUGAL.-Don Miguel made an attack.OflO.
here lies the noble being that threw open virtue and intelligence of the people of the only for farther delay ; and, unless ture was perpetrated on Saturday night last, porto or. the 29th of Sept.-His troops were deftald
your dungeon. that I led you safe through the United States to sustain her unquestionable, Franco and England should act, a decisive and I. on the person of an unfortunate man, named after a desperate and bloody conflict-The French a''
conflagration, that to the last moment of hi* constitutional rights. And hitherto our Confidence manly part, that object would be gained. Let. Joseph Wienand the keeper of a house called English in the constitutional service, distir "'*"
liberty only thought, how he might preserve has not been misplaced: we have had us hope, however, that the two cabinets will see the Neptune Hotel, at the lower end of Ven- themselves by the most heroic valour.-Don M"
and protect you.' Tears at length fell in floods able friends and advocates in every pal t of the their interest, and unite in a resolution to com due Range. The particulars, as far as we sustained a loss of 2,000 men.
from her eyes. But,' said she in a tone of Union, who have stood by us in times of the pel the King of Holland to conclude a treaty con learn, are these At about 6 o'clock yes- -exertions Capt.Bro,,4
wild-power ; he was betrayed, and the power greatest I eril.) We aro at present, very improperly with Belgium on terms, which, without being terday morning a black woman, a servant of THE RACES.-By the Tallahassee***?
vhosr thunder avenges the oause of his people, charged with iiulliiyitug the intercourselaws dishonourable to him, sball be fair and liberal the deceased, rapped at the door, according to (the Proprietor)the race track Several of fine horses haT
pour down just retribution upon the head that and Indian Treaties uf thu United States; toward?, his former subjects. custom, to arouse the inmate, but receiving no Club is in excellent order in training-Jlueh.portise1
dared. -.' when in fact, thesn lav a.ul treaties w<'re set The position of Leopold is one of great answer to her repeated calls, became alarmed, already in arrived the trial of are their speed and boLto'and
I heard condemnation about to 'anide and had become and stated to individual pected be
my own ui'-aaurably obsolete difficulty ; but, as regards his country and an passing by her balls which to be given on the occasion
be pronounced by the lips of my own child. by ih: acts and assumptions of the Cherokee France, it is better than it was a few days ago. fears that something must have occurred to attractive as are good cheer good music,and a gaJa11
Wound up to the last degree of suffering, I Indians themselves. Georgia, by her course By taking upon himself to accept the propo Mr. W. as he usually heard her calls, and aroseon wit and beauty can .uake them.
tore my hair, leaped upon the bars before me, of policy has only nullified the arrogant assumptions sals of the Conference tontrary to the declared examination it was found that the door -
and plunged into the arena by her side. The soveieign power, claimed and set wishes of his Chambers, and to dismiss a of the house was unfastened, and the person GEOR I .-A bill to repeal the act of toW &&It
eight stunned me, I tottered a few paces and up by a remnant of the aboriginal race, within ministry acting in accordance with those bodieshe entered, ascended the ladder which led up to sion abolishing the penitentiary system, passed 46t n
,fcll. The lion gave a rotr: and sprang upon her acknowledged, chartered limits." has shown his de;ire for peace, and has nowa the little loft where lIr.Y.. usually slept, and House of Representatives by a vote of &W
,:me. I lay bepless: under him ; I felt hid fiery direct claim for support on the British and discovered him extended upon the floor bereftof 19th ult.
\ ;breath-I saw his lurid eyes glaring-I heard Femtilt Industry.-OHO of the most ingenious French cabinets. The King of Holland! has life, and weltering in his blood. A'coro ANTI-TARIFF. convention TCI1.'
the gnashing of.his white fangs above me. I fabries we have for a long time examinedis rejected all overtures for* peace, except on his ner's inquest was held upon the body, and from bled at Millcdgeville to take Into consideratJOl.< th
L 44 An exulting about arose. I saw him rear a silk bed covering, the manufacture( of Mrs. own terms : and if Belgium be abandoned by Ihe evidence given in, it-appears that the fatal policy of the General Governmencad'
-4 as if struck gore filled his jaws. Another Thomas Lilley of this city which received tho us and France, after the', concessions offeredby deed was committed by twisting his hanker- protective ed on the 17th ult.-The resolutions adopted b7d
? j 'mighty blow was driven to his heart. He premium ..the late Brighton If air. It is made her King at the risk 6. his own popularity, chief closely around his neck, and striking majority condemn the Tariff as oppressite and"
4 1 Sprang high.in.the air with a howl.: He dropped of pieces so small that 5684 were required to with his people, the two :governments will be him on the head with a stone, which was layl constitutional, express a determination not W J
f s':: .. .; he was dead. Amphitheatre thun- give it sufficient size, exclusive of the border guilty, not only of great weakness, but of ing near the body in such a manner as to frac- it,as a permanent system, and to Per***" J .',>
:" : dered with acclamations. Mrs. L. sewed together and quilted the wholein great injustice ; and the text thing to be expected ture the skull in seeral places. The general proper means (or its peaci able adjustnwtt w>ado:. '
". With"Salome' Con- about 5 months besides opinion to be that than individual and recommend a SoutefV -
T clinging my/bosom, managing the do- will be a dictation to England and appears more one standard finally Pf'
4- .jrtantius. raiaed.me from the ground -The roar mestic concords of a pretty huge family with- France, on matters directly concerning their was concerned in the nefarious trans- lion-The proceedings indicate no intenuoaooof tho
fi' of ihe'Uon had roused him from his swoon, out'any aid. There whs but a single needle own honour and safety, by some petty state, action.-Suspicion, has as yet fixed upon no Georgia to do any rash act endangering .
:.and tw i> blows. saved me. The falchioo' had used in), the word. eleven spools of cotton acting as the puppet of Russia, Austria, or particular person. JVfr. Wienand, it is said ny of the Union. '
4 :>broken ,in the.,heart, cf the mooster., The thread, and 33skeins of basting cotton. The Prussia. was in possession of' two or three hundred \ AMO*-. I0thl832VASHINGTOJT

; : jwholn.multitodo(stood,;up,.eupplicating, for our cost of silk and other trimmings, $8,50 The EXPRESS FROM PARIS.LONDON, dollars in money-and this was, most probably from the e cJoed 1
j lives in tta name,;of;filial piety and heroism. premium bestowed upon this elegant bed- Sept. 22. (Evening.)-Aa express from Paris the cause of the horrid catastrophe.- that,Dear I Sir.-You endeavouring will see prepare all the b

Jfero,,devil; .&8; ha; WRO;, dared: not, resist. ,!hot spread was not a sixth part what such industry has, arrived to-day, and every thing indicatesthat Charleston Gazette. for our am territory hy the meeting ol COt3FP' '
strength of popular.feeling. He waved.a'sig- I and ingenuity deserve.--Boston IVaoefer. /- France is perfectly ready to second the to have it in such shape as will wSUIO 1 the 3CI1O.
I ,. .Bal to.the guards* the portal wan opened, and decision of the conference by a movement a- RICHMOND,.Nor. 12. Congress upon as much of it as pO Si ble.'

ay children! ,4iatainingmy feeble teps,' ,hoFerodwith gainst Holland, should that'step be deemed BRILLIANT SUCCESS.-The fine filly Mary There will he an estimate for 8nolhera W carYY '
4) f *: : garlands and, ,oro&mojnts.from innu- Dreadful Occurrence,-It becomes oui pain advisable. Troops are collected the frontier Randolph, has won the great inside stakes at ation of 20 or 30 thousand dollarsAwenalontheAppalachicola.. 1 Sh3a!ake P t
+/ f n,rbI handj,; 19 ledjaa from: ',t tho.a enz' ful duty ,briefly to-announce'that yesterday afternoon next to, Belgium, and could it is conceived Norfolk. She won the 1st.,day, the purse of have' appropriation made fora road ..
fort to an .
i 'i _-- _I' lJ. ; ] while'twenty. men were; engaged in be in Brussels in* a >very short timer 'The $1,300, beating six others.. Marianna .AppalachicoJa,and D. sum lot d "
,: THcsise' jRirt hiM;;: :he..env n, of the .coal:mine of Samuel J. Potts j Esq. the Duke of 'Orleans has left Paris" for Brussels, 'On Friday last came on. the inside 'stakes iiiff and improving the harbour at the jj '
rlZflkL(? have..receded: .a I \,} water sud4e% rushed down from an adjoining in' order, as it is supposed, to convey to Leo- for $4,5OO. She beat in this race, some of that most important and valuable nver. l

.r. ,r....ip1ea4i % country'fa r uso of.the Baron. '. mine, whlclffeas boon for some time unoccu pold the opinions the French ministry, andto the finest. horses on theturf, Goliah, Annette, President has refused to order' the a 8ur.ve1\i re _
/' f:.4cJthicJuld' q i",&e :7'PQ,1o'' ; '.h. 'i.,.' pied, drowning twojrtdivirfualB? who' re.u'nat explain the course which is intended to be (her,sister by Charles Zingaree,) and Charlotte Qcktocknee as recommended and canals in, at the t.'
; 4 .!941 t' jY fitd; !!!t Cf/" ble by reason of'their.situation to make their; pursued in the event of the King i of-- Holland I Temple. Her character:-perhaps stands committee on! roads. and appO4 b.

"1; .)) wotpc: : ciJ&-.si: e !''J" OP'' e .. t '-The? remainder' sustained .no jpjuror"horil. proving refractory.' The' late 'communication I No. 1.'on the turf. It'is said that three-fourths of of R.I Congress/sanctioned must endeavour! U1.ve a laW _

K 4 a4e34l.0;) ...onsncb.1 ': t n. ptJie4otler if'. was in7rnered-ia waterJJD toibofrdfQ from 'the' Ilaguehich .was. 'laid 'before the of her..were'sold'to,:Dr.. ;Wynn.b eforoihe; l last that obiecvapd f for .removing obsrucrt JaIWt.
,.:"t ...f 'Jtty):. r.f.r HX9'iej4 :' ."1 1i1 b :hmatflngin g 10 d.r! London,Confer.ence.te: 8Yr.W'8S not, known i c".r .$4,5QO.. .Another report is' that ho OciUa, The billgrfnting ten aectlO V4 s# .
'# '1' lrrl. f '; 'J. r.'f s H !hd!: : itnne.flevir.a 0I18; 1 t'1hej eD ysed'mlj I flNflUtUY: :Akpectanon existed. tat! i if bas bought'the',whole of her for.$6000 'Shecarriestb the Crabola I and St.: Andrews. caIIaIW t b
.Ls. q ., .m,t '" ; '*fq'vgqer i i' ;j ,bflttday's! : would! ', tUra. rout- l natisf'actbry as has' .really: .' :dao-r-flnd. .we.-uoderatand she orf'*''the_calender'. :,p.4.J k lD :.
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d.Bt:1ieatrritA-1 ,*ihth: ( i&V6rk Gliii lf: -
-Uthe' ctaintwts tC1/ ? bcs''p r Tbeto:were (saysJii>iCbniV! 1io Slslult nwtrot (o onfjr about 80p bales, of whicb about .y"r; -

enough for the erection of the, licfit-house, for East }1orjil. '-Jn .-Anexploriiigpaily ) '56 interments yesterday-at'lbc. Catholic I'350 were New-Orleans at =
,,11 1-4 ,a Ul 1-2 PfcRT :
irhicit eleven thousand four hundred dollars was who have been Cemeteryt44'at the Pna&tani ELd1$,Corpses the latter' price; for,70 brles.new OF ST. MARKS;
appropriated two years ago. A contract has just / enga- at the Charity Hospital'for1) wbitfr ([ffinbad crop Of fine J-, ,u

been taken to convey the mail twic'cI week f from ged in examining that part of East Fl rtdaextending' -' not yet been made-total one hunafltgand Mir-. quality; 35O1TpIandtti1 i-2.pI2 1-2 inbludngne'ir CLEARED. ,'-. .
to Appnlacliicola in j steinnboata which crop at each of ,thes prices
Columbus from miles teen. But 5 ; and -
thirty south ho -
of thos died Friday,
to meet the many c rt of, 50 Mobile at 12 cents. o3Ot br>Uel.al19yt.orNewYork t
arc to run so as western stages on the of Cape Remain Charlotte Cholera! ? tb time : [ ll lll .
nlncJi will give you thc northern mail four to harbor ; Up to present' no une i *. 1- ---
limes a week at Tallahassee, and furnish a much I have furnished.some interostingnotices incr.knows. to a certainty. This,.* is truly dishearten-. ., BY-T11K SILAS. BfCHAU-, -"Jili s ,tiirBW' Yo4.ExlaactoJ I NEWSTORE. _, ,_ .
more rapid and covenant mode of travelling from I of the result of their labors. It I IN
a UlUr' Q.1JINX.
the north to all that part of Florida on both sidesof appears The ,MercantileIdrertisW states, that the recw ttin4&t city dated,
river and indeed to Tallahassee.) A says the Baltimore American from disease attacks ,j. UEsIb3crber; .
the Biage a only those who are ,of intemperate LIVERPOOL1Mept.i4.We T fjU"t lenvircd from Tallahsee

rom1'3l1ahassec to the river in one day, and there letterpublished in the Charleston Courier habits, in which opinion they arc sustained have:a good steady demand and is now opening at the comer store formerly occupied -
xi9ro-- Mesbr..J,
Jhis by
& ,
ejecting the steamboat, 'lo Columbus m andto uy'aDti
one, oppo.iu.41rs.
l\fill dgc\-IIc' in one day, will make the trip from that the party were engaged from by the physician'trhOkiythatn! every ing from:"the' trade. No speculation as yet, Hul long established.. trell known hotel

June till October in instance where persons of regular habits have (half nat 10 o'clock A. M. A LARGI
Tallahassee to Milledgevilc in three days-and thair explorations ) but very full 'Nn R'PW'RD.A.. W'_
route here) in days. taken it,. have ascertained_ __ thn. .J it. hrlll' cl prices will be realized. --- -- --- .
the whole ten ; uriuvhich limp flip n1'11 n -**w |*ivrwv JUVU A&.1 fJtp
._. .PI'n1.t. tl'4UIQ'At
1 think our friends at the Bay cannot now complain c- ---- ------ **+jm .vu.U&JU I too free indulgence in some pernicious food. In Manchester the spinners have 1-2d STAPLE DRY-GOODS-
got ;
of being neglected. They never were ne t\vo considerable rivers were examined Shrimps arc considered very injurious, and per. Ib..advance upon twist, and 3d.

tt'cll'tJ, but as highly favoured as any other j portion One of the rivers, the Sinebal, was J I have in many cases been primary cause of the upon power loom goods. per. piece i quality Which are dunce in part and as follows oil -latest fashioned and best.
of the I the first calicoes,-
territory was person who, traced disease. SCFERFIMD
suggested nn to the I eighty miles, sixty miles of CIRCULAR. AND C..iSSINETTI-ready made clothing, Marino
ever appropriation According to the Mercantile shawls and handkerchiefs
ddverluer of silk and
: which flagdorAsmoHA
river, ami got .3OOO, previous surveytvhich are supposed to be navigable for the 1st November, the number of LIVERPOOL, Sept. 22. BLE BONNETS, with black ostrich feathers and rich rib-
prior to that tune had always been requiredten L vessels of corpses received ,bons for trimmings with
light & From a of
thousand has since been appropriated, and a draught steamboats. at the buiying grounds the day betore, the middle of the last month until the tedious t*> enumerate. variety other articles too

larger sum for a light-house! and as to the mail, it The banks of the river are from four to amounted to 123-viz, at the Protestant cemetery ; end of it, the prices of Cotton 'were continued -

i js well known that Congress never establisn routes; twelve feet It gh, above the level of the'Paterthey 48 ; at the Catholic burying ground siithhittle variation, tho better qualities of short GROCERIES &C.

only! by a general bill, embracing all the States and I \' descend 75.We stapled rather improving in value, whilst the lias alao in the grocery line, just received front Orleans

Ttrritorios In the first bill, that passed after perpendicularly. stated yesterday (says the same prices of the inferior were scarcely sustained, in addition to his old stock,hams and sides,
were 10 settlers at the After entering the mouth of the river paper) and fine flour, white leaf-lard. super
there Bay, they have a mail that there had been 101 interments at the public sales of Sea-Island on the _
route, and now a mail 1 twice a week.I the water found during 24th ult. GOSHEN CHEESE
was of the Cotton AND
I am &c. equal depth I'ueday, by which it might be presumed that that was sold went at a BUTTER.

JOSEPH M. WHITE all parts, offering but few obstructions the mortality equalled thai number ; we have decline of 1-4d. to 1-2d. per. lb. At the i0- Best fine quality smoked of Haranah green coffee,sperm candle*,

WILSOX Esqr.To to navigation. This river is lined with to observe that 47 out ot the above number ginning of this rnq $ dernan l4 n potatoes very old.coginac Scotch brandy herrings, do.Holland, pippin apples, iiish
\\ had was increased anaBRis gin, Jamaica
live oak hammocks, pine barrens rai- been left at the gr tve trJa the night pre been co'tfi&lKcaVith spirits fleet as imported, old apple brandy, Monpojp..
unusual briskness htla
Hon. J. M. vious. by the Dealers whiskey 7 years old. Which
the WHITE.Present Spinnersand together with
ties a variety -
large"'quantiti ef white grapes of The papers caution the citizens against Speculators, by whose joint operations the of other articles constitute a complete assortment

WASHINGTON Engineer, \OP.Department Silt 1S32.! >V excellent flavour and large size, as well I crowding around the polls at the election, winch prices have become 1-2d. to 5-8d. per. pound and and t&its well vicinity.calculated to suit the inhabitants of Quincy

as a species of indigenous cotton was to have taken place on the 5th higher. The sales in the last three weeks The highest prices will be
Sir-In the absence of General Gratiot; I have i were m.->t., and a- given for COTTON,
fle honour to acknowledge the receipt of vour'obnuauaicatioii : found. The rier Mahac,, (sometimes not by their presence, aid in endangering the mount to 87,750 bags, of which nearly one- HIDES, SKINS, FURS, AND ALL OTHER COuNTRY PRODOCr.

yesterday's: date. I lives of those who third have been by speculators and from the JAMES C. ECCLES.
Asking if Col.GaJsJVn callethe: Citdoc.Va.< also exnlol"pl persons are employed inconducting December 1st 1832. .
Jiad: furnished to'this department; an estimate I! -, ---1---- --. it, and who ar* cornoellfii. hv .ia".. proportion of tho stocks they hold with the t&01:u.TIX ".

ell.timIi for improving! the inlall(1I1a\'h "Jtitn 'iur about seventy miles-it was considered thus to expose- themselves. It i -is--said- -j, that- unquestionably small amount of the supplies DOLLARS REWARD.:RanH-

between me :t. MIIY's: and St. J-ihusViveis, Iud navigable to that distance. Th with one or two exceptions the that can probably be received for the remainderof from the subscriber, last May, my

,if so, relJ'I"ulti information! ) ;ia to its amount) ; :als.asMii .) i is have[ community :I the there is negro man, PRI3IUS.-He is an African of
tream h dlud not felt the loss of year
j if Lieutenant l 'ing had: made an estimate( rapid, and in many I' any distuiguibhcd citi- that the every reason to believe I small size, about twenty-five or thirty years

forfiub..jfigt i : :i(' improvements at tile Appntachicola pLces, at adi-'tt.nce; of fifty miles) from, z n. least present prices will for sometime at I stood of a.e.-Talks bioften but ran be under
.1 :.I(1 rderrn.g u surveys in FIorldalccammeu-; its mouth, is 14 eet deep. The banks I ii. U. Maxwell, &!qr. a merchant of Bayou sells, supported. Pernambuco Cotton now from his very clothes welL-His back is all one scai

dedJ by me( committee oa roads and canals. :':11 n, who was on his passage home, in the I at 9d. to 10d. ; Maranham and Bahia at arid his legs are scared catching fire when .asleep
r.1 1 of this river were also studded with valua !- stiumboat Freedom I. 7 1-2d to 9 l-2d. Demerars I himself old sores.-He may: call
? Iuan- have to inform you, that an estimate wIth his wile, to whom he ; West In- Samor some other nune-he is easily known

J.r. t..C object' stated, has been tin U Ir\red II,' Colonel !>le tracts of laud, live oak hnmniocksjjiiie htJ been married but a fortnight, stopped at dia at 7d. to lOd. ; Carlha ena at 5 l-2d. to lars by the above described mark-A reward of ten dol.

cn-.imounting f.Z to' 10,500Job. N*ie, : t barn, ns, cvprcss swamps, &c. t tie landing .Natchez, where he died in a- 5 3-Id. ; Bengal and Swat at 5d. to 6d. ; and negro will to be the paid subscriber to any person who Hill deliver said
saadof: ( ivi.icin'iave been included u tic bout Egyptian at S l-2d. to 9 on Bla k Creek, in Leon Co.
one hour of l-2d. ,
An cholera The
pcr.lb. Florida
immense eleven other adVace or lodge him in
of live
fruraate of *luis department.: 15.00d.s.; bCI.!tlloll-I quantily oak tim per- in the some jail so that I eel him.
i-on>, a said died present week h
t is uoard of is been 2-8d.
on that
reidv o ,'.ivailabie_.. h as a t_,balance_ ._ of, a t former. appr ber} suitable lor building vessels ot[ all u..",-r .W'I. )- UOUIi.LATfcR, boat, on Ib. on Xew-Orlean- _._ -:1ntl.- n".I. LA,' ._ _per._L December 1st .nn %. JOHN SMITH.'..=.a.-.. -
.uo.Ii.r) ule ( *\ ----7 "v.u.v A--XU. uu oiner "11
rIL4IL mJL'CI. to the
, regard Apir descrptions, was found cd (this kinds of American Cotton ,
riser. ?KE -
>i iflciicoji! ; Lieutenant( has : 'tOTICE-Those
Long AND
: iinnsiijiltul IKistmiate STILL WORSE. T indebted tt.the subscri.
I : to this ollice tor t.jat river, and it is, }be. The leading object of the exploring} ) : A letter from The export of Cotton in the present week ber for Horses and Mules purchased in Norembcr

iiTid tiat: ne will not do so, MS nis annual repor t parry was to establish a towlior a young gentlunan of this city has been 58,133 bags, and to the same period in iast, are requested to make immediate payment.
0f ojierjuiiiis rcjtrLieuts ti.is improvement as hay. noxv .New-Orieans, tecened last even'u"', the last it was 52,102. The imports into Liv- TOM PETER CHAt RES.
and Sinebal I Tallahassee
I'laudva selected for the and dated the December ls. 1832.
ins. buti furnivH'd, and repo. is nn unexpended I on evening of the 2ist inst, pool m the present week amounted to 5,7,57 153w

laiaLCo: .i f the funds appropriated for it of S,7t! }llrpo: 1 temperature is said to I"" ivt'.s the following auditinnal a.id dUtressin OTICE.-Six weeks after date application will bo

(jMDO Joid. he mild, seldom exceeding, in the midst iutelhgcncp -- Our city. i is very sickly and is bagit.The demand for Cotton Yarn for exporta county made of to Gadsden the Honourable, for letters, the county court for the

Taat part of your letter which refers to S of irettii.g; worse.e have th r Yellow \ tion has been continued the estate of of administration OB
survey ;vcr with John P.
summer an a\era of eii litv-five much briskness Ncal, deceased late
jnTJi'iida of said
requiring the action of the chief & hoit-ra and Cold Dec. co.
Ihe Se.xtoris 1st 1832.
Engineer *rfJ Pbgue. and will 156w
it mil: b:? brought to ins notice decrees, and rarely'sinking lclowsixty it probably; last to the end of the next R. C. LESTFB, c. c. c.
as soon as hesJiaJlmi' ; very is aid, are ti.it very pailicular, and it is month, when th.
returned to the city from which gencr- shipments to Germany and DMJNISTRATOR's NOTICE._AH
he is in the winter. The ill
air i is ihat persons
/ uppo9rd a number the
larger Baltic having
lI1eand are interred demands
flow ll'Ciit till duty.Wita usually clue, but the Spinners complain any against the estate of Edw'd.

respect I have the honour to be, exliiliaiTitiiiLr, posse-sing; a degixio tiwu !ilioy r puIt.i ." and we believe with much truth, that tile cated Gilchrist within deceased the time, will present them legally authenti.

1'our cJient! servant, of lightness and buoyancy, of \vhkh j.i eft ;.oIiiiMs u report ot! interments on the prices they obtatn for Yarns in many cases be forever barred of prescribed, and by law, or they will
29th recovery all those
I 30th. and 31st 1 ult. and i.-t in,'. indebted
which subject them will make
\VM. H. C. worJscan to a small loss, the los immediate
BARTLETT, convey no adequate concemi .- |f yet as payment the subscriber
Lt. ', | are less ihan those reported above.! 'I hi- wri.. by. stonDiH. their mill: wmil.. l .tal: k. ,'_ ___ JAS. M. GILCHRIST_ A.lm'rn._.
aud assistant to C. uon..ll1cre ( B -- ----- -v..v. ftm uu ;,ie1''-
Engineer. are no froa: consen l'lrut- t:T tln-n, sa, s :-" On the 2d inst. one hundred they contmue: to work them hoping that the December 1st 1832. 45gwTEN

SOUTH lA OLINA.J1AR.E8TON. ly the sugar cane may be cultivated 'j .Iud: se\cutY-SI ven interments took place, and times will mend ; and against the advance that DOLLARS REWARD.-Ran*.,

\: October 27.Jjouriineid without difficulty; and to great advahtage i" kiirs incntasmr i hey dif laster than has taken place in Cotton ; they have so far named on the 20th August, a negro boy
a'olfiiiH tan !) made and fiti.r GALEN about
t' 18
than been ; of
Fine ihc-y can only able to outain years age
specimens of cotton have i-4d. lb. slender!
the per. more made
LegalIIUl'e.- Le- be IHII ri d. k light
For the 1 la.tt tour or five t for Yarns complexion, long face,
gisLiar.: ,..j( ,,r..cd j-o-ferday( tne 2tiih in>t., been produced in the same lattilude, there ha.I I been from 20 to 5u loft nights of the lowest numoers. There is aveiy I yellow full eyes, narrow in the hips small legs, anti
unhurried. teeth
good demand for from
tonei ; oLal on tbr. ibu th \Jtjnd;&) ino and fine limes and cocoa nuts hia e I .een A new pan; has been adopted lor inter nn! ih. in, i>o..*. 0 ,..3u>iJftiu!., ti Cotton Manufactures -g_eu-_ give the abore, rc-rrard chewing tu have tobacco him;-secured I will
"ru.I" next.; A fiili .ir" -nnnt of ti.o dead. \ IZ : unusually low prices, in any j'UCso that I
proceed produced at Hie pal1i81Itisherie8. The digging a kind ot a ditciM 5u t tet and the stocks of Calicoes and get him apnin ; and reasonabfo
in;! t.:) Ji UUUi .if adjournment will be tound long, 4 beet some other articJeo charges if brought home. He wilt not
deep, and own ,his
is doclared 7et
country to be wide to contain are but who name
in lhi decidedly sa- ; very large ; the export demand I II or be belongs to. DANIEL
oujMp.'r < eenwg.Pale jot.ii 'from IOU to 150 hOdlt'l'I GANT.
lubrious. where the. coifiiia i is still I have for sale
re exceedingly
,"tt< of .'1r. \ ebstcr': speech, delivered laid two tier de p ; the bottom tier i languid, and existing cirCUdltaIlCCS of age, who served suong a healthy negr man, 32 yearjf
the ; do regular
bt for The tract of across not warrant the hope of unprsIuuknL nm. prinriccahlp the tan
Worcester abounds an basinrss.
Coiuentiun, is called III country explored dit h, the top tiei tore and aft the first D.
; tier are in this brauch of G,
the .'lfUUt.y/, m \ [itch be isaiJ to have ex- in game, deer wild turkies, &c. A : all under water ; they ares then covered witn Tb. and the cotton trade. ,, December !1t 1332. J 5G '

pre' t-dhiniM-lj to the following mud 18 inche.-to ronauniption.. ___Manufacture. of cotton A n.\11\r... .. tflVct.feprakiaof I >pecies of IBIS, (perhaps the wood tuo iVet t'roiu h.- toIun co. Jfl.. fV.l-.... r">.i.i f. iu: -1-iiie jfEL8ti? -c.v VILL.Un Satorcf tfi
'uiiii/ v :*
present believed !
.Nulhncation I year ale December
he \v.frn< d the to 1 here can lie in I next, at 12 o'clock! A.
I seen the
people to be M. wilt
see to it, least -,0010 resiMaticc to tho authori- IBIS)measuring nearly fivefeet in height hundred colfins graveyard one or two I. quite eqnai 'to that of the last, but the sold on the capkol square in the city of Tallahassee J o

ot the was shot by (the at one turn uncovt-red numerous compltiiuis there are of lot of stock ''hogs, unJ abut. 50 head of a.
ty Government exploring party. They do unprofitable cattle, being'
was not n.ade the pre they not cover them until completely filled. bumess, lead us to think part of the personal! estate of
text t ll/j the also the that the rne l iu the A :3tmudB'j'ln deceased.
txirctst saw roseate bill the credit will be
nj-a military poirer that spoon Many poor lanuhes are -wept off entirety. I prices of the raw material not Two given until the first day of April next
vowd j.lm all tit! irnghls iu jeopardy." ThieauBIT flamingo &C. The am aware oj t-.tu t ulilicoI being followed good securities will! berequirtdr *
paroquets, water :, one,of 12, the othor by a corresponding advance in the
is qioi'd! to show th;' of Air."eotrr. ot 11, \\ho have all prices of! LEAH BRYAN Adm't/ix.
\\ opiu.un abounds in everyanety of fish, and died, and several corn- goods and twist, wiU lead to some diminution December ht IS3 .
a. to executive co-ernon in case a L posed o. 5, C, and 7 persons. '1 he siku.s m the future I52wARSHAlS
Wale oysters and clams ol a extent of the con ( .
uulline very nor umption. The SALE.
: sup
an act ol Congress. Now, Mi. is worse than small -Will be sold t"the
-caaon before _highesb
any ever known of 1'
amounts tho bidder
Wttt.r I. a pirtj man, and will of count: quality. 011 the surrounding key.-, lu 1&J2 the giealcat number 01* deaths in one and in the other countries tocks of of cotton in this tic town of Quincy for cash, on, in the front first of the court house, in

; tod use .u.. cgu.etits oy which he can effect part) turtle of various descriptions may be day wa- 42-and that is i considered the worst it probable that the prices will Europe be maintained, render next 119 -in lotsNo. 10% 109, 110, 111,taturday 112, '114 in 115 January, aad
> Oa
oi ihe><- j is, to prevrnt the re-nu-c- taken. year ever known before this. You can form for the remainder of the thetownof Q.umcyas the property of HEZEKIAH -
"Oii o; ijt-n Jaehson, and if he no i i3ea of the year ; as they .lrC. WILDER, the rest half of section 26T.3
ran persuade mieryhich however
exist the believed to be such range 4,
among com&Ing 270
hepe.nlc as to allbid acres-:Jot NO.7
oi the L edited states that their h-: Enormous damages given to the Duke of Airtr- poor. You would hurdl) btlUve me were I to remuneration to the ample hip 2, range 7. containing SO ,section 3,towr
helttt's acres-lot
ar.... .In. ,I .n_ "'____ __ ; planters in the lJ ni- 13 trm No. 2, section
o U-i" ei Hum me po.-siUie abuse CGal/e.-At he Leicester assizeson J hursdav ; state it tiuly.- \\ hat I I have written--. vi.n-- re-in--. I tcd States. ftrom. ivh.. .... .pf-M. tho -._..>: 7 nslup 2, range 7,containing 80 acres,-lot No.
trt't-Xf\utl\'e J % *u& en section 13., townshin____ ,> -.. 1 ___,_ *_ _
hr- I supines telly ir -- -
tilt jjow r, will not hesitate to the Duke of .Newcastle brought an action a- depend upon is true. I understand thai the come,) and will doubtless stimulate No. 4, section 13. .cw.it ';Vuuunlngti4Jaerelot ,

tb.or a.'J other argument, to rtfect illS ganiht the hundred of iiroxtowc, to recover Artillery Companies are to discharge their further production, we assume that them to I O acres,-lutNo." 3, sectim township 13, 2"range 7, containing
1eurpis. at 2
)\ but how does thl 'tU.IflIeflt Ui ..Hr.eb coinpen.-ation for, the damages dorm to Nottingham pieces throughout the city, to onceavor to purity ture and probably not remote some contaiuirg 150 I acres. The above described, range land 7 is i,
veiy period, the north of
sW the basis
tgree \\lth mother part ol hi iqCCCh t: the air. parrale/l/ and west of the
tout U.cb fae : Castle by a riotous mot in October prices will again decline. Many of the weal, in the county of Gadsden. meridian

for uoi suvereljr rensures xcn. Jackson last. The damages were laid at upwards of Another letter of the same dnte, stated that thy Spinners now posses stocks of cotton 'ic.roslaves,to wit:Elisna,ADd Isaac the following named
that ,
eniorcing tile late deciaion ol the MiJ 31,0001. The it the deaths amount to 200 and will last them and Allen as the Dave,
-nie Court rioting, may be recollected, pei. day still to the ejd; of the year, and after ; property of James A."V ooten, to
pr'* mcaac ol th,- tUl:3OO.tI i' im- took place .n cimMequence of the rejection ol ; i ncreasing. All business is at a stand, and the beginning of November, both Dealers ausfy an execution issued from the clerks office of the
and Superior Court
fQr the
tot beor"la. How vvai* Ih&: ilecisiorilio the Koforni Bill, against which the nohle Duke will not revive until the disease abates." Spinners, as well as Speculators, will took forward illiam Williams, county William( Gadsden in favour'or
l1J1orl\'d Brooks
not tJ) executive co-ercion ? voted. The castle, which was of ------- to the arrival cf the Wooten, and Hezekiah Wilder. Jams A.
very great
a" new and wil!!I Sale to take
: ,
;ia to be ,.o-crcoo, unless b existed COTTuN regulate their within the hours prescribed placo
CL'4 ) antiquity, having prior to the 12th ceu- MARKETS.&AVANNAW movements by the by law.
UtT"ue opinion1 they
I "flkis ut the/ vtiltw'y power ?" \\ ould the tar), and was inhabited by only one man, who may then form as to the probable extent of T.JAMES E. HUGHES, D. M. for

I I dy' fi 1I& peopie or inure inbtt j'opac- I had the care of it, was set fire to, and the whole !I I II i' o\. 17. them, if at that period it hall be thought that: December 1st 1832. RANDOLPH, Marshal.

appju-ation! oi a military iorce m'Motruotce of the woodwork burned. Mr. Robinson, an COTTO.N.-Since out last report, the demand the supplies for the next year will be fully .ARSHAL'S SALE. 54g.

thi&n "> Soucu the o/srvauce; 01 a treaty, architect, esmated the damages at 24'uOOl, for Uplands has been quite limited, and to, or'likely to exceed the rate of equal It'I / Exponas issued By frona virtue of a writ oTenditioni

Leuf Carolina, to l-niorce the oblt rv- including 7551 for tapestry 2501 for an equestrian the transactions of the veek are confined to tion, from that moment, small as the consump stocks of he Superior Court for the county of thecterksoffieo Leon
a law J I and
cLctJou Ihere ih an videut coiitra- statute of an ancestor of the ,Duke's and small parcels, at from 11 to 12 1-2 ctnts- may be, we believe the prices would me directed, I shall expose to sale to the lushest bidder la
begin to for
owe. cash in
But ,
abo''lh.1l our purpo.-e was not toeven 25 each for eight busts. One of the rooms, principally front 11 1-4 a 11 3-4 cent Our I decline ; up to the present time the accounts I Cluincy: in the county of the of Gadsden court honse in tIc town of

Ot, part) t'&HL, 'great stuteau.en, m the pursuit the State Hedtoom bad been floored with cedar highest quotation has been freely paid for I of the growing crops ot cotton render it pro- iu January: next, the west half,,!on of the the first south Saturday
'urgtt bometimed to be CoLISibt- and wainseated with prime Cotton. 1 he for babl that will quarter at'seclion 5 T.
ent..UllpvauJg and ehany, cedar. On receipts the season they this year be more pipduca, township .2.f'rame I, north And
tbat that ir. Uebsttr took Cut grau- the part of the defendants, two architects from are unusually small, and the stock on hand, for live than they were in the'ta.st, yet under *, f'Gididen'S-fst, contain ing SO acres more or : in tbeC-lUntj..oC
tiC J levied
pre ]
Lt1tte without( ii-kson \\as to proceed against Nottingham estimated the damages at 15,0001, sale, quite light. U e quote 11112 1-2 cents. sent circumstances it does not at all seem I, nts,to satisfy; an execution on as the property in of John W. :vv

tae previous sauctioii of luuPtu. and Air, Cubitt, from London, aid it would In Sea Islands, sales have beet made at all that there can be any material over probable agxinst? the said John W.Levin favour us. Sa of Rober.Butler
te\ ak take 21,0001 to lestore the beildiog, but thenit prices within the range of our qiotations.V e: ply i the coming year, md to the preced sup.i wrJiia the hours prescribed b. law. e. take'plaeo* J"

eerz,notice this opinion of ALT. Webster to would be in a better state by more than 5000 qu.te 18 a 21 cents, and upwarjs tor choice: remarks we may add, that in this country, the ng ,JAMES T. HUGH D. M. for&

1"1 fr troUl Ule i inlcieut-ti which ba bten pounds, than it bad been before. There was rands. amount of unemployed capital has recently Pecember 1st 1832. E. RANDOLPH', MarduLARSHAL'S '

Piii &lI tata U1 Ii, to render Gen. Juctison unpo- no question as to the law of the case, it beingclear COLUMBW, Nov. 17. been considerable, which has probably given I SALE. 151ds.; :

'lii ,III' : ld.te, that tne lwcf lUdg&strute. th
:' oJ't n'he intention, and the jury found a verdict for th' 87 per., hundred weight, as the current uneesol I has oeun for cotton ; but it may be ;noticed, ol e'Superior Court for the county of Leon, and tb
the p1'trwu aa'ItI'OIl. Congress, iiowrv flu ,I t.tl:Damages 21,000 pound*.-English the ....I,.-Soma luLl s tin; ,-i-t.iii. ... .0-4. .,.t that speculations never can np.rm .nilt/-o--. der me for ted, I shall ex pose to'sale to the highest..bicl"
--n. --- -- -- ---- call' --? r--'--***-** *y o V9- cash in front of the -rmr. .hn.. .'
)\ -- -s oi a military expcuiioi, suplo paper. one very prune parcel brought $11. Produce tam, the price of any article, the capabilities foi tallahassee, in the county- -- ---ofLeon-- on,the J B8 ,City f"

( ue employed, tu be Uelruyeu J comes in brisk, and Columbus wears quite a t production! of which exceed the capacity: d4\yin January next. LOt No. 8..of fi-ac.ti *ZstSatU.I
ae&i aie i
IfI.Q.e4a\JrJ. lu lni'kbuu applj"ibu uionrj m the F'om tie Charleston Courier. business air. there is for its increased consumption'; and I 30 1'iio. 7,township 2, range I, north and wed, eoniainji* u

IoUlI&Pi'rlpnJatton. 14o..uk upi rations, without a pre- Dreadful i mortality at 1\rew-Orleanl.-The :MACON, Nov. 15. Cotton Wool, from the variety of Climate and aa t acres property more orlessin of John the Ww county 0:Leon;1eried .
:. "111 4(.''n1ll uueiw the urgency oi the Louisiana! ddttrtuer of the 30th ult. states Within a week past a few bleb of extra quality I xtent of Country'on which. it ,may grow is I cutimm .1'DUrO Robei: Butlerul 10 JohnW.a tistjije..

.pr C ol'io delay Lt.H. ttbter'' that in the absence of official information fromthe t-have sold as high as 11 1.2. Principal we think, one of'the articles so i rcumstanced. nu& Sale to take place within the hour J :acn1ied T.b'

I ;-?'t.rl'daCkbD UtU. 00 a mere party presumption, board of Health, they have adopted the sales from 10 1-2 to 11. The prices io.day the i/holera, we have the,pleasure,to_say, has law. JAMEs T.E. HUGHES D.M.Cor" _{ '

ft:11: 0 the Wouid ovtir l>ap all the bar- plan of visiting the hospitals and grave yardcs are somewhat reduced by intelligence from abroad for sometime'past'been gradually subsiding ,December 1st 183j., RMDOI4PH-,' Marsh, 4 ;

fer1 ltDmeut- '"n utiuni aod_ ne war at the personally for the 'purpose 'of giving correct -say one fourth of a cent* Sales from this Ifort: ,-and in ,consequence, the Mfdical .. : Sid&?.
Ib1tnwfl1 tOiL lougn'1i3{ w IP beasoa, lo reports ,of the number of inlet menttt. Theygive 10 1-4 to 10 |3-4 principal l sales of prime KepqrtsJiaveJjeeiTaUogether_ discontinued* District Territory Gadaderi Florida County.,Middle -*.I*'..- WtH.1832.' ,--1, :

j ;r."tou powee 'for the P rp we. ietu the, following result_ : At ,the Charity I cotton at 10 1-2. Considerable cotton is_coming :.i --q ADAM 1UJER, ] t "53

.. ,.l4 mPlQ L r'8 QoctrU, toat (. eu. JadtoQ nospital 7 deaths, and s-ii patients admitted, ju', andbusiness is 'ommglvely.} Yesterday WmI111iJ1BQ.L,. i it ; TI: v '.

10,..CQ.t1cet.wcorgIS) the thi1ary 4TLII 01' the utnou since the 28th at 12' o'cleck ; two deaths on about SOO bales were received.AuGuaxi } :' sspffiN4inE J'f_ :
'. duct tlOUz, not allege toatw the 28lh, utiiie infirmary of Dr. RiC ; 36 buried Nov. 15. f- motion. of.the eoopUiiuii
..CufJlh.UdUOI.ith brim 1
10 118o \"oagreeai UtSC0s4 ,- the'aarae day.atJbe frotentant Cemetery, Cotton contiuues! to Cornelia i freely, and P4ip r: t tour;. ..h&tfh.d---

*!wer, tievei advanced an I and up to..1' !'cocko1' ,the'29th. 21 more were command ready sale at,our quotations. Xhe not J'eSl d in tbis remtory' Jo '

fit' & Rite cO&OP"t* of "the placet ,at the CathdlicLemeter 01 the f5ftsssp s-ssssar" .
; 4 Mat. (og'es ,interred wme quantity stnctTy pnme, is comparatively befcro

'5: ,lMCtoe w a- "Hiftcuoii pi ; >" 45 intermenU on ,the i'Stb, and 3b small We quote sales from 10 1.O2 cu. : ,will be.the'twn:6fth.dy taken:iar>cc>eft ot.Mizchisthe.ti.ithot, .'\heg:

toRiS 1 ; UttiQU? wll it ur.tU. i '.VibW4S2 :mure n'f the',29&bi and at .the closing :of .tte "general sales '1 i -i'to ,U 4-2 cents: ,J_ >, .-J' d eedacconUnglf and p 1LJS$ *wl : '

I.o-ao tvtho: ***'** of the 'JV .. .o ,Uia& ofcoing, a( leut 20 corpeca, rO- Nsw-iJoRK, &ov. 12., aJ&the 28th &'&&J-b. 'Mr', copy 'of this! order bcpBbH" hed-r.-rder, ,
ie .ucta a uo. : '-" --Hf' COX'IW 1' oujf W. ..to M 11Aa or -"..k'C' \
*, ," It .- sJ99 aioco: ur last, a j V tUl>,all.of
K 44' 4. j t. .t > ... w .0f \L L1 bi4cQult.: '_ ;; ,r. T. :.,II'q l .fI"

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__ ___ ____ _TO: will' obtain' literal% wagesby by' tee nrri'ala frim Q Tiflj t
applying) at thi office by the firtt andO 1llf tHt1GS:
.C.-I ha,,
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of January next. Tons Swedes Iron, (assorted.) : : late armats from P.ew-York and ..

6 Crates Ware .. large supply of Jrtsfl Bahti,1
; Crockery drvgi 4-c., which-clJ.be} IOJd :
I FOR NEWYORK.The )4jast Iron Ploughs, fur CRh. or approved credit. /tctiA i U w. '

I ,.. 50 Bbls. Pork (Mess clear and prune,) stead that my iiidicinea vie warranted c111l-:1....
The new rcgubr; packet,brig Eveline, 10 Hilda. BACON, aU ease be returned, rchcn their quality It \ l,. "

l Captain B. Shepard, will meet with des- = 50 Bhls. Fresh FLOUR, tisfactorly, to the pitrr&aser. ,.

I,I pftteli, (or.freight or passage, .having su- 50 Bhls. WHISKEY, I 'I' Among the articles received is-Row.4.,?,ToX'tclltz.

t tit t pcrior accommodations, apply to the captain tj 50 Bbls. N. E. RUM TCRE-which is rcprescntfd by the proprietor tak

'on bnard; or to J. W. KLEIN St. Marks. 10 Tierces Cheese, SAFE AKD EFFECTUAL REMEDT FO* Tilt VETZX- A) &*
20ih 1S32.I 14tf 30 Bbls. MACKEREL, 'Re ACCE. E B.
I _4L November_ _ '_ _* _** 3 Bales Osnaburghs, MADE and sold wholesale and Tallahassee, 30th 1832. PERKl 8.

I THE NORTHERN :MAIL STAGE. 30 Dozen Bottled Cider, Frederick county, Md. by C. Herston, I1tt-
11 -
Lco.vcsth.Planlcr.'Hotel A Liverpool Salt, in Sacks and in Bulk concerned in the Patent with Dr. Jndkms.
enI -
The Ointment is offered to the public as a *
I and Friday at 3 A. JF/JVTS or various kinds, above ..
try Monday Fresh OLIVE OIL ule and certain remedy for tho'e obstinate diseases,
i.M., and will ,arrive at Milledge- 1TNSURANCE against loss or damage by FIRE can : the skill of medical
I Irille by 12 A. M.f on the follow- JL be effected on the most favorable terms, on appli- BUTTER CRACKERS, some of which have so long baffled

F jng Thursdays and Mondays, making the trip in a little actionto Subscriber, agent of the Protection Insurance Lard, Butter, science. .
Connecticut. In ai> And an additional supply ofmmmaWUi 1st White Swellings every description.2d
:: more than three days-The line has been very much company, Hartford every -
and Ulcers ofloug standing.
improved by the addition of new coaches-and extra plic&tion the fair Cash value of the property must be ? Qo Sore Legs Glandular Tnmours. particularlythose

teams ,of hones-for seats apply at tho store of C. stated, and satisfactory evidence, furnished of.the correctness Which with his former assortment, are offered extremely 3d Schirrusor in women's breasts which! often faction Sf Ccmmision
C. Williams-aV baggage and parcels the risk of the of the representation, and the good moral low for CASH, COTTON or HIDES. hardened tumours ulcerated Busmtss.

owners of the same. It. SHA V.,,Agent. character the applicant. The solvency of the Office Magnolia, April 3d 1832. 33 tf. times terminate in eancers. the name SUBSCRIBER
by TIlE having be
what some
Ioernbcr 20th 1832. Htf and its fairness and punctuality may be confidently re- 4th Felons, or nart.
liedon. E. B.PERKINS. MORE NEW GOODS. I of Catarrhs, of every description.5th pointed AUCTIONEER for-Fayette rJ.offer .
., 27tf Rheumatic Pains of the joints. his services to the Public in the Auction&C
Tallahassee. L 22. 1831. -
ARRANGEMENT.--The northern mail !
I and Bruises of description or inwlitever mission Business.He .
the of received in this Gth Sprains every
MAIL in future arrive Sunday and Thursday .ETURGES have lately received, and AMONG great variety goods himself -
every and which offered low for part situate. pledges pay strict attention to aU'l...
season arc
at 8 PM., and close the same day at 11 P. M. on band at their stores Tallahassee and cash, there will be found, at the new store of the subscriber 7th Tetters: of all kinds. In this complaint the patient Bines? entrusted to him, and to attend to Ad

,i Nov. 20th. 143w' I.GrSEARCY. St. Marks,..the: followingariicles_ merchandise, viz: No. 3 Exchange-street, a choice lot of fancy in applying the Ointment must keep the part tars or other sales in the Connty.
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J, of Florida,MiddleDistrict 125 1'Iecesolton uagging, Cloths; and Cassimers, a part of which they will men- out of water His office is in the Town ofOchtsee, where be
Nov. 12th 1832. 80 Coils Bale Rope, tion. 6th Chilblains, or parts affected by fro!'t. at all times be found. 'Ir.II.
91 Gadsden County. S 200 Ibs. Bailing Twine, of the best remedies for Barns and JO5.
It is also one nBE'rToN]
blue, Finished Broad Cloths, ..
WILLIAM' D. HARRISON, gQQO Ibs.Bacon, Sides and Hams1UpPirls. do. Velvet crape do. Scalds. It eases the pain and draws the fire out in a August, 1832 1 8w .
VI: In Equity.Territory Mess Pork
1 } short time.
Patent finished \Vestof England) Black do.
,4 JOHNC.ARMISTEAD. -U Leaf La><* and Glandular, A CARD.-The subscriber having now a lar
i.v -Kcgs f For Inflamed Women's Breasts, uA
1 J, THIS: day came the parties y their attorneys, and 30 brls. Monongahela and common Whiskey, do do. fine Cinamon Olive, *.r Brown'do do do. do. Swellings, it is ouperior to any rredicine yet known to Lb.. commodious: hou.v, east of the capitol squarrk;

complainant, by his attorney, and by wave of 5 brls.Baltimore Gin, the medical f.lcultyIt is much safer than mercurialof prepared transact a GENERAL COMUUSIOI Uti AVCTIOM .
t; the court amended his bill, suggesting: the dca'-h of the Jamaica and New-Orleans, Bottle Green, do. of that material,) because it does business, he hopes to rcccive'a hibe1.

J defendant John C. Armistead. And: that Marcus A. 10 brls. Molasses. Saxony blue do. any prepartion the liable to injury from expose to from the public, and pledges himself to those who Tmrr
Armi&ead is his administrator; and, it apocaring that 20 bris. Superfine Flour, LavenderDrab,and Dove colored Cassimers, not lay favour him with their business use his best effoni
latter docs not reside in this j it is therefore A variety silk Vestings, (new patterns.) cold.This r rto their interests. J.
f the Territory 40 bils. Mackerel, Nos. 1 and 3, Ointment has cured sores of many years stand- promote \YESTCOTT JT.,.
ordered that unless the said defendant answer the Allum Salt Flag handkerchiefs, Pungee do. : Ocher 24.1 1831. -
400 Sacks Liverpool Ground and ing. Where it is impossible or imprudent to heal the rt
complainants bill, on or before the twenty-fifth day of I Which together with.a general assortment of Groceries White and fancy cravats, external sore, in consequence of the bone becoming '"

March next, the same will be taken for confessed, and I ,Dry Goods,Hardware,Crockery ware,CastingsIron 4 Dozen fine fashionable linen shirts, carious or rotten, it will stop the progress of the canes, Auction & Conlnli.ssionBusin .
do do Bosoms
the matters therei_ decreed accordingly, and it is further assorted Cast German, and Blistered Steele,-- the of-
increase the quantity ol the discharge, remove subscriber having been
Gcntlcmens' silk & Merino half hose
ordered, that this order be published once a week offer to their customers and the public at fair the THE ap.
they fensive rmell, and ease pain.
do CoUon and do auctioneer for Leon
four months in authorised in this 2tfHENRY Angola county, even
for some newspaper [ 28th 1832. Felons Whitlow- on an application hi
prices. august the worst
f district. R. C. LESTER clerk and master in equity. Silk and silk Velvet Stocks, latest fashions.In It cures services to the public in theauctionanJcommissiotVoai.ness. .

: I November 20th 1832. 144m i BOND-Offers for sale COTTON addition to the above they offer a splendid\ assor- of 48 hours.Rheumatisms steed as to becomea lIe pledges himself pay strict attention to tS

t a- v made by Mr. John Schly, of Louisville, mcnt of Ready made Clothing, manufacted in the latest which have medicine su long betaken inwardly business intrusted to him ; and attend estate or othu

r Territory of Florida,MiddleDistrict l No" 13th IS 2. Ga., from 35 to 50 saws-Also, 2 Alexander's Flor- style, the vork and materials of which they war- systematic disorder requires But in to most common sales in the country. His office is in the town of
i Gadsden County. S ida; the above Gins will be sold on reasonable termsat rant to be genuine.-Consisting of super blue, black to remove them entirely. directedit nolia, here he may at all times be found.
ADAM HUNTER, ) 6 months for good security. brown,Ciuamon and Olive Dress Coats, do Frocks, casern by applying this Ointment externally whos Marchl3th 1832. 30(1FOil B. YR .
in old ,
and silk Velvet Vests Florentine silk ditto will give relief. And even people
Cotton Bagging, Scotch Kentucky, do Pants, &c. ,
lOCIHYOOb SHELTON, ?In Eq. ty. Ky. Bale Rope and Twine, Valencia and :Marseilles, all of winch they will sell pains have been of longer standing, it will, ease the SALE.-

WILLIAM H. ELLIS. J Sugar Boilers of small sizes. low for cash. R. B. &. J. B. BULL, pain.To

.; ON motion of the complainant by his attorney, nnd 400 Sacks blown and ground Liverpool Salt, ,I November 1831. 14tf fica captains valuable and in masters winter of on vessels our coast this ointment it being .FARM JlND NEGROES.
appearing{ to the court, that the defendants do 50 Do. Coarse Alum, I must very affected : WILL sell a valuable
Chilblains or tract of Land
Hot reside in this it is ordered, that unless Flour, Bacon, Lard, &c. very certain in its effects on parts I
Territory, WANTED: likewise its qualities in all climates situated two!miles east of Lake Jatl-
the said defendants answer the complainants bill on or Tallahassee, sept. 18. 1832. 5tr... with preserves !! and seven miles N.E.
sun, Tallahaoee.
s W'<:D SKD< Bsriammasr before the twenty-fifth day of Mdrch next, the same desirable and residence ecnuia
i the value of this healthy
FOR SALE. of testimony *
"\illbe taken for confessed, and the matters thereof and nv>ral habits. H. I li. excellent
decreed accordingly, and it is further ordered, that a ef' Bbls Whiskey, most
to Dr Hers- HtrEd and sixty of which is in cultivation and
of this authorised G V 35" Eresh S. j;'. Flour Commission Bussiness. wish further information on application un.
; *;opy order be published in some Storage fy of his authorized agents. der good fences, on the same is a commodious Dwelling .
Uew spa per of this district once week for fuur months. 25 Bags Coffee, tons or to any of the
of House built same materials frame Gia
sold special appointment
R. Cl: LESTER in 200 Corn. I The above medicine by
clerk and master
equty.F and warranted genuine. House,with a fifty saw Gin and running Gear, x
November 20th 1832. 141m Just received from New-Orleans. Wi the patentee
F Wit DRUGGIST. tire all the out buildings Ten
"- E. SEIXAS.Magnoi. E B. PERKINS. new, : equally good. or

.SIX weeks after date application will be made to the ..... -29, 41 tf Tallahassee, February 24th 1831: 27tf. with twelve all likely the HOUSEHOLD,able bodiedorking KITCUEX Hands,the FUR.above

Judge of the county court of Gadsden county rn'ill :.ul'' cribcrs are nou erecting a ..atajr and CERTAIN: CURE FOR THE ITCH !
A JflTURE Horses, Mules! Oxen, and other Catu>
for letters of administration on the estate of Ray- BlouCs Steel Saw Cotton Gins. B rommcdious arc-H.u.-c, with a Patent Cotton \ 4
hour's Bacon stock of Hogs,Waggon and Gear and the
in a ,
inveterate one application ,
ford Hare deceased. POLLY HARE, adm'trix. Press for the mi-pose parking cotton and skins, and
cold Damfries' Crop of Corn and Fodder will be sold
from taking by using ,
November2Oth 1832. Mfrtv Cotton for it will be in present years
compressing shipment, (opera .
r' I
,-N1 1-1 V SiiVisrvihpr bns nn nssnrfmpnt terms, to Leslie A.
IUI on applying
.L- taaa # fl Jfl LU S S lion in short lime. to Ointment. Tins prcparauon. pieasamnesg
a They are now ready -
:HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.-The subscri- I -":Blonnt's bs Stell s ;Cotton Gins:assorted Cotton or make liberal advances on Cotton purchase stored safety, expedition, ease and certainty, stands unrivalled Thompson, Esq. Tallahassee, or A. p. Overstreel&,

.for sale, the house and lot lately occupied sizes, from 30 to 71 Saws, which will be sold at 2 and with them for shipment to any port in the U. S". A. fu the cure of this troublesome comp'.aint. It IS so Agent for the Undersigned on prewkes.

by Mr. Charles Austin.-Terms, two hundred $2,25 per saw on a Credit until the first day ot January Their charge for storage is 25 cents a bale by the sua- rapid, as well as certain in its operation, as to cure this ELIZA OVERSTREET.

Collars in cash, on the first of Janury 1833, the balance next, to good responsible purchasers. son, which they do not exact if they become tho pur disagreeable disorder most effectually in one hour's application N. B. Persons wishing to purchase, can view tha

I. ill six months, possession given immediately, with a BENJAMIN BYRD. chasers. They have a number of first ddc vessels engaged only! premises at any timely applying as above.

Warrantee titK; RICHARD HAYWARD. Magnolia, llay2, 1832. 41 tfJTGT&N.'HAMLIN to freight for them to New Orleans, New York, It does not contain the least particle of mercury. or I aug. 14,1832 52t Ian.

Tallahassee! No-ember 20ih 1832. 143w and Charleston, and they will engage to carry fn igl.t other dangerous ingredient. and may be applied with I SALE OR R5NT.-The twct of land oa

I RACES.-O\er the Marianna CeurSe will to those places as low as any vessels in the trade, perfect safety by pregnant females, or to children at F"OR which the subscriber resides, containing 800 a.

THE on Wednesday 23d HAVE just received from New-Orleans, and offer and no charge will be made for lightering of Cotton the breast. cres. Tu o hundred and sixty-five acres cleared,and

and continue four Srsi dayof January shipped hy them. J. G. &. N. I1AMLEN.\ Price. 37 t,2 cents a box, with ample directions under good fences. Their arc eight acres of sogai
aext, days- day, he Jockey-
I Club purse of $250-3 mile l>cnts tr.tra .ri. 20.-2d3ay 50 Bbls. old whiskey, Magnolia, Oct. 9, 1S32. 8tf.A DUMFRIES REMEDY FOR THE PILES cane ; 15 hundred bushels of corn, and a quantity ef
100 Fine Kentucky bagging, .ddcr. A small l stock of cattle,and hogs,would afio
Ullance which he
of the leave recommend (
: nk.-y.Club pur;c $170milelieats \ The proprietor begs to
100 Pr il Kalp .
bcbt 3 in. 5 ; entroncc.$15.--3d day, the entrance 50 Bbls. new flour rOl f', CARD. Hpf with the fullest confidence) one of the most valuable be sold with the land. The terms for the land will be
money of the 1st, 2d, and 3d days races, milt I remedies Known lor ims iruai>lcM>niB und |-;...c.i VAry liberal Persons wishing to purchase will pleass
( l eats, er.trance $10.-4th day a sweepstake: 2 year I 20 10 Ilhds.Sacks Bacon coffee., THE Subscribers having ptuclifsed, the Stock of complaint. Without going into, detail, be deems it e-: call and examine the present crop,which is equal to any
old .olts-race be expected.-Entrance 850. and Ware-House of Taylor & Klein, have nough to say, be has in his possession the most undoubted in Florida-the situation is pleasant and healthy.
November 20th 1832. 14tfS 50 Bbls. Rum, commenced the DRY GOODS GROCERY, and testimonials I that it has more completely answered any in Florida. PETER C.HARRIS.
Sacks Salt
200 COMMISSION BUSINESS. the purpose for which it i is intended, than any Tallahassee,October 1832. 7tfICP
;X weeks after dale the und.-rsigned will apply for 15 Boxes tobacco, other popular medicine, The editor of the Columbia Teleteope TtiJ

.. letters of administration on the estate of Charles: 20 Kegs do. ;. In additior. to their present commodious building, This remedy is perfectly innocent in its application, please give the above six insertions, and forward the

T. Phclps, late of Franklin county.JAMES. Magnolina, November 6th 1832. 12tf they are about to erect sheds and houses for the reception to all conditions, ages and sexes. Full directions, account this office. P.C.H.

: D. BULLOCH.Appalachian TT AW RENCE P. HILL,offers for sale at TallahasJLJ of Cotton, Goods, 4c.for Storage, their buildings description of the complaint, &c. accompany each 1OTICE.-Having been appointed tnitliMttr fa

.. November 20th ISJ: :!. 146w see and St. Marks. ; will completed by the 15th Sept. and They respectfully themselves packet, which consists of two boxes. Ointment and 1/1 Lean county, I hereby ofter niy services to thepublic
I solicit share pledge
a public patronage -
Price, $1 for the whole, or 50 cents if i
8 Bbls. apple brandy, Electuary. in that capacity intend keeping an office JI4
ffX 1HE Token;, and Souvenir for 1833, containing 20 to a strict performance of all commissions: entrusted -
JL splendid steel ra'ings-also, the Pearl for ..833Westward 15 whiskey, : to their care. but one of the articles is wanted. Tallahassee, of which due notice will be given.:tie

Ho! by Paulding, The Heedinmaur,by 15 N. E. rum, PEACHY & MACKINDER. D: None are gcnuinne unless signed on the outside interem, any business left with Mr. R.Y.WeH d

Cooper, and a variety of school-books, miscellaneous 10( C. gin, REFER TO COL. JOHN GAMBLE, ) TlL printed wrapper by the sole proprietor, T. KIDDER, will meet with prompt attention. R, 7.HACKLEY.October .
the late Dr. \V. T. COSWAT.
immediate to Ttf
works, and stationary,just received at this office. IOu prime pork, JUDGE RANDAL: /erson. successor 2d 1832. ,
sale his Room, No. 99, Court II\;
:Nov. 20th 1832. Htf. WILLIAM WILSON. 10 No. 3 mackerel, For at Counting over -
10 half No.2 do. i GEORGE LORIMORE street, near Concert Hall. Boston and also by his REMOVAL,
OTICE.-All cautioned trad- I flour 1 special appointment, by E. B. PERKINS. (No. 4)
persons are against 31 superfine JAMES LORI MORE, }} Subscriber takes this opportunity t",- nom
1. ing for a note,given by Theodore Flotard and my. 5 qr. casks sweet \\'ine. J. J. ADAMS, J Gadsden. 1 D RUGG 1ST. THE Customers and the public generally, that 1 he
elf H. P. Brandin &co. for hundred dollars Tallahassee, March: 10th 1831. ;!9tf.
< to eight 35 boxes cheese, COL. H. W. BR A.DEN, Tallaclassee has removed his Confectionary to the house of MessnL.

t on which there has been paid four hundred and fifty '22 soap, St. Marks!, July 10,1832 40 If & M. A Armistead near the Capitol SquareherJ
dollars, as I hold their note for one thousand dollars, 7 claret wine, __ To those afflicted with Corns. he keeps constantly hand the best of LIQUOR

: fcnd shall insist Upon by right to offset against their de- 3 Santera do. Just Received.P celebrated Albion Corn Plaster aflbrdsinstant all kinds-also various kinds of Wine and Cordial,.

) ;iancL JOS.ELZARDI. 10 Firkins Ghosen butter, THE and at the same time dissolves and draws Porter, Cider, Ale-Candies, Sweatmeau, Pickle! %'

November 20th 1832. 14tfMULES 30 pieces cotton bagging. I I FR schoonerMILO,from Baltimore,and for sale, the Corn out by the roots, without the least pain. &c&c. Different kinds of Relishes at all times,.alhf
STRAYED.-Strayed from the farm of 20 kegs lard, 1600 bushels of CORN, CEU.TIFICATE. To those afflicted with Corns on which he offers on liberal terms. He tender bit sia*

Adams in New-Virginia two 50 sacks fine salt, I 1100 Bbls, S. fine Howard Street FLOUR, their feet I do certify that I have used the Albion Corn cere thanks to his customers generally, for their libel-
', jnults unbroke, one a sorrel mare mule, 21} years young old, I 12 boxes brown sherry wine,from shcr. Washington, I. 15 do MACKEREL, Plaster, with complete success. Before I had used one al favors the past year-.and hopes by unreinuted thc

oith a small star in her forehead, 'he other a dark 26 bags Rio coffee-landing accommodating terms.Noxembcr 40 do HERRINGS, (Susquehana,) box it completely cured a Corn which had troubled me attention to business, to merit a continuance of ?
from New-York, and sold on 50 SACKS SALT for I make this public for the benefit of patronage.
brown horse mole, about the same age. The subscriber 124w many years. WEST. '
I will pay a fair reward to any person who may find 6th 1832. 000 LV w ACON HAMS (superior,) those afflicted with that painful: com plaint.WAI.. R.&.

tnd secure the same, and give information to Loocker- LOW Any person wishing to purchase the corn, can have .. SHAW. July 10, 1839. 47 tf I
iian and Craig, Tallahassee, or to the Rev. Wesley SELLING OFF credit uutil the first of January by giving a bond with Flushing. L. I. Feb. 28." P. d. R. K. West has just received.direa.froD1.Qj J

.t; .AdamaNew.Virginia, or to DARIUS WILLIAMS, FOR CASH. security TIMOTHY M'CARTY. PRICE,50 cents a boy. Baltimore, a large supply the very friends best qualities and IM

ifl 4 Monticello._ _ _ _Nor._ _20th_ _1832._ _ _148w_ m HE subscriber at his new store, corner of Jeffer- STORAGE &C. DR. RELF'S. AROMATIC the PILLS, FOR FEMALES. lovers LIQUORS of AND good CONFECTIONARY.eating and drinking-His., are invited too.*
Monroe-slreets offers for sale the -They purify Blood quicken its circula- llffADMINISTRATOR'S
JL son and to public &. STURGES have and safe 1832
QALE OF LOTS IN ?10UNTVERNON.Theundersigned of the KERR spacious tion, assist the suspended operations of nature, and area and judge for themselves. Oct. 30th : ____
handsome assortment following
trustees appointed by the act'of the in general, : at St. Marks for the reception of _
named articles at the most reduced prices for cash,Viz: for shipment and will make general remedy ior the prevailing complaints among SALE.-Will be sold 10-
I Council, to sell and dispose of the lots in Mount Ver- cOLton on storage or they 1 the female part of society.-The Pills are particularly of Magnolia oa
Son, belonging to the heirs of John Tanner deceased, fair advances on delivery ; when they are allowed to the town i
efficacious in the Green Sickness Palpitation of the the us
DRYGOODS.Silks forward and the same to of the Monday the 14th day of January next, at
( 4rill on the first day of December 1832, sell at public consign any followingPorts Heart. Giddiness Short Breath, Staking of the Spirits No.0; *
the bidder such of the above viz:-to New-Orleans, Charleston, Baltimore, hour, lots Nos. six and seven, in square
action, to highest men-
Italian Black and Disinclination to Exercise aud Society R
Black Grosdenap, Lutestring, Dejection of the estote of
south of Broad-sir.
New-York Providence Liverpool or Havre. being part
of. The will ,
tioned Jots remain terms
as undisposed Sarcenet, Blue. Green, Pink, and white Florences, Married ladies will find the Pils}! equally useful except :- deceased.
r On all consignments they will charge 2j cent
made known the of sale. per
fee on day Irish Silk Velvet in case of when must not be taken
Figured Silks in variety, Poplin, pregnancy, they LEAH RUSH
foi on sales and will be responsible to the
WILLIAM S. Trus- guarantee
Cotton do.Tartan Plaid, Furniture, Calico, Superior ; neither must they be taken by persons of hectic LEONEL FLETCHER
for loss sustained on the
I ELIZABETH TANNER teea.i owners any voyage, throughany
Black Bobinet and thread Laces,Irish Linens, orcousumtive habits. Price $1 50 ahoy Adm't0. .
i JOHN M.POPE, J I Lasting, neglect on their part affecting insurance. Nov.. 13th 1832>. 138w -
Sea Island Cotton Shirting, Plain and figured Jaco- ALSO.-The celebrated Cambrian Tooth Ache
r Mount Vernon October 30th 1832. II ids. worked august Sith 1832. 2tf Pills which immediate relief: without the least
.. neett, Swiss and Book Muslins,shawls, capes give LEON ACADEfL1.
Calicoes Nan- to tha Teeth. On trial this will be found of
and dresses,handkerchiefs, Ginghams, LATEST FASHIONS injury one resumed o*
F P IANO FORTE, for Sale.-A Jcecna Brown: Holland. French Brown Linen, Furniture the best remedies known for thiftcomplaint. Price 50 THE exercises of this instnuiion were '

( Superior Instrument in excellent order if offtreo- Dimity, fine CicXna, Cassamers and Cassinetts, H. H WOOLLEY & Oo. cents a box. the.Sthinst. The good healthOfoorClI'
1 sale low-Apply to E. BEIXA& white and Red Flannel, Negro cloths, Scotch and Russia None is genuine unless signed on the outside printed warrant us in inviting an immediate return<

Magnolia,aog..141333 58 tP. sheeting, Osanburgp, &.c. &c. MERCHANT 1AU.ORS. wrapper by the sole proprieton, T. KIDDER- patronage. The terms Tuition lemain unaItw-

JI '. Espectfull inform the citizens of Talla immediate successor to.tha late Dr. W. T. Conway, By order of the Trusteev" .
1 ROPOSALS.-Will be received: until the JOth HARDWARE. WOULD and the public generally,that they have For sale at his Counting 'Roem over No. 99, Cour. J. H. COX, Rector, .

;j November next,by the agent of the United Slatesat I I II just received,fom New-York, the latest street, near Concert Hall, Boston, and also by his spc-! or Leon Acid 1.
:f .Q.uiney, Florida, for furnishing such number of k a$ I A large and extensive assortment of Hardware, con : cal appointment, by (No. 5.) Four or 5 boys can be aecomodated with ooartt of

burned Bricks, and such kinds and description of"Tim- sisting of Knives and Forkes, Pen Knives, Spoons I LONDON FASHIONS, E" B. PERKINS. early application to the rector of the Academy."aJUl: -

I tier, Plank, and other Lumber, as may be required for Scissors, Razors, Locks,Augers,Chisels, iic., togethe I together with ageneral assortment of fashionable goodsin Dlugc' L Board per quarter, including washing, bed< ?*nft

) the building of an ,Arsenal, Powder Magazine,and with a complete assortmentof carpenters PLANES. their line, coisisting of superfine,black, blue, brown, Tallahassee, March 17. 183. 30tf candles.. ... ....-.-.. ...--.. -.-.;;.'.... 00..
other buildings the Appalachicola river: the materials invissible gieeoj bottle green, and steel mixt cloths, superfine Board exclusive of these,.. .............15
to be delivered at such point on the river, bet 'B'OOTS&SHOES black, light drab, fancy cassimers, dark, blue COTTON GINS.-CAMPBELL & GLAZE of Payable at the end of each V1***

:tween the junction of the Flint and Chatahoocliee, and A large assortment of Balti- and brown canleL A handsome variery fancy and Georgia, are engaged, at their well October 9th 1832.AMERICAN. .
p Sweetwater creek, as may be designated. The Bricks IY1 plain vesting,jlack silk velvet,&c.&c.-together witha known establishment at the above place, in the manufacture
'when burned be inches four inches more and NEW-YORK made of cotton gins, of a superior quality.-It HOTEL
to eight long, by IIIIb .... general aasorment of ready-made clothing, made up very
"rideand two and a quarter inches thick. No soft IBDSSE3( ( XSKD 8QI< )IB3 in the most faslionable and durable style, consisting of is their intention to keep a constant supply, at Tallahassee -

brisk will be received. The timber and other lumber, ana Pumps, Ladies satin and Trunell gentlemen's frock and dress coats, coat-tees,pantaloonsand and Quincy, Florida, and to meet all orders in

". .tb.be delivered in such quantities, and of such dimensions Shoes,Brogans,&c. vests, of ilmost every description, fine linen and their line with promptness.-Gins of their manufacture -

,as may,be required froin time ,to time. No ad- ri BATSANDOAPS: cotton shirts, fbnnel shirts& draws, fine camlet cloaks are warranted to work well with good uSD e.-
:ance'of money will be made on either contract, but and wrappers, &c. Likewise a variety of fashionable They take this opportunity to state that there is no

payment will be made for Bricks or Lumber when in- -i_ A superior assortment ot'the fancy articles of gentlemen's dress, such as fancy trim- other establishment of the kind in Louisville, and that

Iectd and received.. Bond and approved security, 'm stfllsbionable. HATS & CAPS. of med and plainSTOCKS,black Italin silk CRAVATS all gins made at that place, are of their manufacture. S
_in De for faithful It. _t ; vl fo H ANDK ERP.PTTFPQ; November 13th 1832. 1312m
.jeuited, .the( performance of the cork >n<.ir > fan all Descriptions. b lullVV ** lIl l o' ----- -- --'- ---- "
:acta The piopo&ii muM be,poet paid. w- fine linen i shirt i ihi;, bosoms and studs white & ATTENTION.subscriber "E ;,

I The-SonthertfRecorder Q.uincyFloridapetober23 183L; 105w, GROCERIES.A black, horse skill I.U1d.buck gloves, suspenders, cravat WORTHY her house and lots in the town of Subscriber respectfully inf'onnah: '

eat and Mifleffgrine-Hhe DePfO- I .' -- f3 tockinailits: variety. stiffines &.c. Quincy,Gadsden county.. It is an excellent stand for -mIlE- the that he ha _refl
Enquirer at:! Columbus Jre1cgraphnd; A case of fine gentlemen'sIWILVER .... public generally!
Maeon Mesienger lacon will 1CUe f. t.,), H business; &has been long and! advantagcouzlyknownas l large-commodioua BuiWins on the,We .
t.bijabe eU
copy .
HATS house,of entertainment. Alse
'advertmment fi..IDCCeI8IT. weeks.IT .. ; D ITB a public.. a .quarter Capitol SquareformerlccuPied pat erft
71.1'' ,; ,1' -' "' "'- with an assortment. of i1shio able cloth and fur section of nrst rate land- ; having 70 or 80 acres'an cultivation -- Downer. The Houee ving UDder e a
WHENCE P. U1LL, wishes"to. rcha e,'" 1ID=1B; rre flour 1 immediately' adjoining' the town; with the repair, will be ready(or therecep1. ort: Ba .

J.'onftiid thebibet market pnee.will' be given. .. l CAPS.vrbo crop of corn and:.fodder and ,the stock,of hogs and Visitors on the 13th. insU \
; November ISt MMt I: PO' .. .cattle,.with household 4 jutchen.furnitureFor terms, JQHli' w.-lftVIV t
r Aisoss : : subscribers guarantee to furnish those who mays apply to Jo1uK, Campbell Esarl Tallahassee or tothe

i : 'tlO W.BUT' MEAL.-to'. Q. stter 'bJ 1.' l Ware *3M 0 favour them.with their,custom, with,any,arble subscriber on(the premises; SARAH HULL.Tallshasseer L. HASKINS, :wii

'Q! .lr IIab'lia1. .,, 'g OJe .1.C ,. .. in their line, made.up in,the: ,most faithful manner t October 9thl83t' 94m.ANTED.S1X" W..ILIJAM" business the city U
)! ."r.. t- '.: > '! LA &bCEPm. ,Tin WareL: o GWses :R .ndonfte most Hasonablsterms hope that by I 'm .Conwe'ntrustodW _;.
1- '- ; blk bOdied ; foi r' and promptly and fa fajthfullrexecute any.
..1 18Ht.j and'strict attention business .. men
13tl icir"assiduity to they negro
.. .. ... ... Florida W
"'-' "" -' "" : &ci & 1b : him by hi*Criends in 7M.lic
dothiiig,4stad6nar W\. 'which the sto&waea.will :
dyDiaQe ftit: i4. va ft &!''UIN'OUS.harC of patriage'- ; been--.pp1j! : '
.. .O' '.a 1 'Y recejttd and.DeuSe u' 'i11)or.) ;itO J. G&M4MW( nerally.-* e ijF

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