The Floridian
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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: June 1, 1833
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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Approved, MarchfA1J. :: ., '

"LAISSEZ NOUS FAIRE." ACT supplemental 1o the act entitled

-i.N1 -. -'- __.___ ___ ":____ 44 An act for the final adjustment of land
-.-- =- aar -- claims in Missouri.Sec. .

-_- .!."7--- fl2." -riLr, G t! m4smtmt WFSHB a* asm* (JtLolN"QD 1. Be it enacted by the Senate aDd

.- --- House Representatives of the U: States of
[ obtain l lectors judgment her against such coUector or col Be it further! enacted, That the moneys no i of Delegates, and Keeper of the Roll. of Virginia -' America in Congress assembled, That tim

or THE UNITED STATES fASBED AT THE his their,heirs, or their security or securities, collected, and all fines, penalties, and forfeitures 5 j do certify that the foregoing is a true profusions of the act to which this is a supple.

ItC.SD CESSION OP THE TWENTY-SECOND or executors administrators, accruing under this act, shall constitute ;:
CONGRESS. by motion in the county superior court for a fund, to be denominated the Cumberland road, passed February the seventh, operations, every claim to'a donation of land

.. Ohio county, for the sum be, she, or they may road fund, and shall be applied by the super- hundred aad thirty-two. eighteen in i the state Missouri, held in virtue of settlement

AN ACT declaring the assent of Congress to be in arrear, witn interest and damages as is intendant to be appointed as aforesaid to 'he Given under hand this thirteenth of' and cultivation : andjthe commissioners -

fn act: of the General Assembly of the state above provided for in the case of defaulting preservation, repair and improvement of said Frebruary, eighteen my hundred and thirty-two.day I appointed under the aboj cited act,

of Virginia, hereinafter recited. superintendents : Provided, That such collector road, and to no other purpose whatever.Be Approved, March 2, 1833. '| shall proceed to consider, decidBvand report

jj<5 it enacted by the Senate and House of or collectors, his, her, or their security 01 it further enacted, That the General upon the aforesaid claims, under the provisions

Representatives of tho United States of America securities, his, or their heits, executors, or administrators Assembly reserves to itself at ary future ses- AN ACT to authorise:: the county commis- i of the several acts of Congress heretofore -

in Congress as?embled, That the assent shall [have] had ten day's previous sion thereof, without the consent of( origres*, siooers of the coanty of Pcoria, in the state passed in relation to said claims, and un,

of the U. SCats lye, and the same is hereby, notice of such motion. When the said to change, alter, or amend this ad : Piovided, Illinois, to enter a fractional quarter sec der such provisions! and restriJist'tbe act

Liven* an act *f the General Assembly ofVirgitril collector shall have paid over to the superin- That the same shall not be so changed, altered tion of land for a seat justice, and for oth- to which this is a supplement toay: -b\.jfc

enticed' II An act concerning theumirUm tendent, tilt superintendent shall give him du- or amended, as to reduco or increase the purposesSec. plicable thereto. .

. ; >. Toad," passed February the aeerrth receipts tberef, ono of which he, the said I rates of toll hereby established below or above 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and I Sec. 2. And be it further enacted. That it

one, thousand eight hundred and thirtyKay collector, upon pain of forfeiting fifty dollars I a sum necessary: to defray the expenses Houj. of Representatives of the United States shall and may be lawful for the Recorder and

!\.ch. assent to remain in force during 'for every failure, shall file with the clerk of the incident to the repair and pres
... r-\ea ure of CongresS : Provided, That county court of Ohio county. The bonds I said road, to the erection of f"del and tollhouses commissioners for the county Peoria in the the testimony of all such claims as heretofore

is ad b.JJ 001 b. QD.I'rued u preventing hereby required of superintendents or collectors thereon, aud for the j>uj ,rant of the feesor I stat > of Illinois, be and they are hereby, au- described, for and during tho term of two

S. from resuming whatever juiisdictio snail be made payable to the President &; salaries of the superintendent collector thori.:ed, to enter with the Register and Receiver years, from the date of :the act to which this

now have over the said road, whatever, Directors of the Board of Public Works, and I of tolls, and of such other agents as may be t of the public lands at Springfield, ia said I in a supplement, any law to the contrary not.

its discretion, it shall deem it proper so to be deposited, for safe keeping, with the Clerk: I withstanding.
in necessarily employed in the preservation and I state, (tor tbe use of said cou ty,) the residueof
,,00 ; which act of the said General Assembly of the county court of Ohio couuty. But all I repair cf the said road, according; to the true the northeas fractional quarter section Approved, March 2, 1833.

is m thc words and figures following, to wit : mojues, and all fines aud forfeitures recovered I intent and meaning 01 this act. ber nine, in township number eight north num in

Be it enacted by the General Assembly, that of them, or either of them, shall be collected I Be it farther enacted, That directors shall I range number eight east : Provided that noth, AN ACT authorisinj the removal of the office .

. Lbcncver the Government of tho U. S. shall ; and received by the superintendent, in office,p be sf t up, at proper and convenient stations, to ing in this act shall be so construed as to inter of Surwjor Gtneral of f'ublir Landa

Have surrendered so much of the road, con> or by surh person as the county court of Ohio caution all conductors & drivers of carriages feie with the claim or claims( of other- :. South of Tennessee.Sec. .

called the Cumberland toad, as lips with I county may appoint to receive the any 1. Be it
monly tame. or the oiiiicted
Thcr waggons on road, as aforesaid, that person or persons, to said iractional by the Senafo andofReprezentatives
1 ia the limits of th'H State, the Present and said superintendent, and the said they shall always pass on the loft of each o\her quarttr Hou-e ( of tho U. States of

[Directors of the Bord of Public Works shall I collector, shall be allowed by the court t under the America in C..
county ,,
II penalty of five dollar for every Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, that the ngrc* uo>somblcd, That after;
be and they are hereby, authorized to takerar. of Ohio count) a reasonable compensation for offence ; and there shall also be set up, at heirs, or leg'il representatives of J. L thdin the first day of April OPt: the Offio of tne '
same under their care in beiVlf of this their services ; to be by them respectively retained : Survryrr General of
some co.spicuous place at deceased Public Lands South
each gate, a board be, and they are hereby .uih.}: ze.]1 of
state ; and to cause a gate or gates and t"l1ouse out of sad tolls, or the) proceeds thereof I on which shall be legibly printed the rates of to withdraw, and re-locate the claim which] 1 nncss'e, shall bo kept at Jackson, the scat:

, i or houses, to be erected on said rOdd : : Provided, however, That the compensation I toll J is provided for in this act ; and if was illegally located on said fractional ot& Government oftheSiatc of Mississippi.:
any ter
vided. the same shall loot exceed twu iniiimher. I three to hundred the superintendent and shall not exceed I i toll collector shall unreasonably delay or hin section, upon any other quarter section qui',):"publie Sec. 2. And be it l lim.ier: enacted, Thit: all

thirtv-thrpe and one-third I der any passenger or traveller at any of the land to which it may by 1.1be applicable. account.* for: surveyot" pjblia I l-mls: in the

Be it further enacted, That a superintendent dollars per. aunum. And for the better order gates, or shall demand or receive more toll 1 Approved, March 2, 1833. :>tat,.: of LOUISI.IJJU, not approved before the

shall be appointed by the President & Directors and management of the said fund, arid the preservation than is by this act establ: hed, he shall, to reach first day of Abnl[ next, shall be pn-seriidd

: of the Board uf Public Works, removable of said road, the said superintendentand i and every such offence, forfeit and pa, AN ACT authorising aa :.Iteration in the elect with the prop T returns oi-siirbs-arveys, to the

, at pleasure, whose duty it shall be to erect collec or or collectors, skill observe and: to the party aggrieved, the sum of ten dollars. clJ district.for .VI: embers of the Leg fijce ofth &urv,iyor General( of public land
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\ gate or gates, & toll-house or hous..s.nd conform to such instructions as the President Be it further enacted, That if lathe Council of the of ir the Stt.te oi"Louisiana, for UItmelt afJ'j
to exer-'ise all reasonable vigilance and and Directors of the Board of Puolic Works, purposely and any personshall Sec. 1. Be Territory Michigan I. a.l ance. .
maliciously deface or otherwise :- i it enacted by the& Snate and .
iiligence\ in the care of aid road committed may, from time to time, prescribe. injure : of the mile House of Approved, 3Jarch: 2, 1333.
any stonrs .t Kepre.S''utativesofthe
..._ ___ parIIJYiul Untied l Stales
K> his charge! ; to contract for, and direct the That .is soon as the said gates and tollhouses n.: CUl'ienS uL < America .
ui :
Dntlges or in
Congress assembled
That th
ipplication of, tho labour, materials, and other shall be erected, it shall be the duty otho whatsoever, or any of the gates or any toll-house masonry Legislative Council of the Territory, ot tM.chi-- A N ACT granting certain city lots to the

khings necessary for the repair, improvement, t said toll collector or collectors, and theyare of President and Directors
or belonging to the said Cumberland road gan be, and hereby is authorized (of tin! ; Georgetown
ind preservation of said road : and he shall hereby required to demand and receive. i in this state, as the same is now constructed, Ibr( sUi.li alterations: iu the demo to provide College} in the District Columbia.
jay for the same out of the fund arising from for passing the said gates, the tolls and rates every person jo offending, upon convictio.. said Territory as will more erTei'tiujlv.lIs! nrls 01 Sec. J. Bo it ciiUL-tcd by the Senate and
he tolls ; he shall have power to appoint and hereafter mentioned : aud they may stop any hereof judgment, information or the different sections of said IIouso of Representatives of the U.: States of
more pleasure, the collectors of tolls, ana person riding, leading, or driving any horse in the county or superior court of presentment Ohio equal said t-rritory dmore Amr ClCrl in Congress assembled, That thorc

o take, from such collector collectors, bond cattle, sulky, chair, phaeton: cart, chaise, wagon county, be lined in a sum Hut exceeding five Council. representation in Legislative >bail be, and hcrcry are. ninteJ to thu President -

ith; good security, ronditioned for his, her or ; sleigh, iled, or other carriage of burden or hundred dollars and Directors of
or ia 2. Georgetown
imprisonment tne! ec. And be it further Colcgcin :
heir faithfully discharging his, her or their du- pleasure, from passing the said jail of't enacted: That if i the
through gate he county not exceeding "IX month, or i' the said Legislative Council shall have DItnct of Columbia, lots in the city of
and accounting for, and paying over, touch o t gates, until) they shall have adjourned .'. the
y respect vely paid at the discretion ot'the -ourt and if before the first uihngton: to amount in value of twen-
; of
I' superintendent or his successors in office for passing tbe same that is to if there any per- day April next, thc i rive thousand
say 0.1 !hall purposely fill!), choke or otherwise Governor of said ) whirh said lots shan!
Territory shall
L. ,1 I munies cr tolls\\ by him, her, or them col- be but one gate, for every score of sheep or obstruct any of the side drams, district the said by prodimation t o -el t.tt'd: and val led by the *:.onmi.3ioaer
5iled or received and it shall be the hogs, six and a valleys, gutter't Territory according to (
; duty quarter cents ; for score the Puplic Buidigs.;;
every or cuherts of said road now made, or the_ pros.->ions of the foregoing:: sectioH. \\ t.Ou requested by .
the superintendent every six months, before of cattle, twelve and a half cents for j the -.nd President and Directors
t ; every ter to be made, or shall connect private : Approved, Mar. ; ,3. ; and wheoth
": Bounty or court for Ohio l ed or drove horse, three for any said lots
superor ., county, cents ; every road or cartway with said I uniherianil road I < shall: be m> selected! and valued
r before some oo by Adher of .aid courts mule or asa led or driven thrp' cnt- : for or ifany ot .).\ ACT I t the tsari.e ;hail be vested: in the said
surveyor a county road! rod .:1.1111 supple; i ian :u t. entitled! I corporation
for that horse
painted purpose, to render, under every and rider, six and a quarter cents connect the name with theaid! umDenrmd An art concerning a Sv ot Learning III fae simple, to bo by them! held and disposed -
ath, an account of all monies by him receivor for every sled or sleigh, drawn horse, nunary of in ibe .
by one road, without mak-.ug at the point of co.'inec-: iu the Territory Arkansas," f following m inner, that is to
expended, particularly setting forth, in or ox, six & a quarter cents ; for horse i lion the approved say ; the said
every a stone culvert or paved valley! or other of March, eighteen hundred and corporation, by proper and law
ch account, the time when, aid from whom or ox in addition, three cents ; for every dear-I. good and sufficient fixture wo as to secure a twent)-seven. I ful act or acts, undc their corpotule seal shall

StI1t shall have received such money, and theme I bone, sulky, chair, or chaise, with one horse free for the r sell and dispose of the said lots
I passage water along such: side Sec. 1. Be it as soon as
when and to whom, and on what account, six and a quarter cents ; for every horse in ad drain where such House by the Senate and i reasonably practicable, for the best
private or
ruad price or
C same shall have been disbursed dition six and county 01 Representatives of the U. States ot :
or expend- a cents for chariot prices they
quarter can obtain
; and shall
every cartway connects with. said Cumberland! !, America in vest the
roar proceeds
He shall), before: he shall have entered coach coachee Congress assembled, That the of
one I stage, or phaeton -vith: and so a:; to secure such Cumberland roid I Governor of the the same ill soine public stock, or in
duties of said office, tuke, before the coun- two horses, twelve and a half cents ; for every from injury by reason ot such select Territory of Arkansas shall I stock of some incorporated Ban*.

court of Ohio county, or some justice oft horse in addition, six and a quarter cents ; for vate road, or way, being connected cou.ity witi or SJMU"pnjj I s'-rved twenty the of the sections of public land re- Sec. 2. And be it further coated That when
peace for said county, an oat 'hat he will I every other carriage of pleasure, by whatevername Cumberland road, I;I; act, entitled An act concern the lots aforesaid shall be selected aid valuedas
every pen-on ao f'ffiIJfJir.g a
ithfullyjustly, and impartially! discharge the it may be called, the like sum, according hall upon conviction thereof be, tor Aikansas jig seminary" learning in the Territory aforesaid, the said commissioner shall make

tre ties of his said office und he shall, also, be- I! to the number of wheels and horses drawing, such offencp, fined in a sum not I less than every five:t eighteen hundred, approved and the second ofl\larch. return of the numbers and description thereofto

cid' laid. court, enter into bond, with two goodcUrities I the same ; for every cart, or wagon, whose dollars, nor more thau dollars twenty-seven ; and after the clerk of the circuit court of the
and 1'
twenty and
i it advertising
at least, in the penalty of ten thou- wheels do not exceed two and a half inches in: any person .shall stand his ami f tram; the several proclaiming them for sale in I Washington ; and be by him recorded among .
nd dollars wagon or
conditioned for his faithully: perrming breadth, twelve and a half cents ; for each either of them over night the and such other newspapers printed in Arkansas, the records of the land titles in the said
upon : ei.t
[ m all things the duties of his horse pave papers as he may deem .
officesuperintendent or ox drawing the same, four cents ; for of said road now made, or which ma, hereafter dient, he shall expe county.

to account, as is before pro- every cart, or wagon, whose wheels shall ex be made, or shall at other time -tand cash, at proceed to sell the same Ibr Sec. 3. And be it further enacted That tho
for any a some notorious
> and also to pay over to his succes- ceed two and a half inches in breadth, and not waggon or team, or either of them, the to be designated in said place in Little Rock, proceeds of the sales aturesaid, so to be vested -
r or
I the successors: in office, or to such person exceeding four inches, six Sf a quarter cents. ; said pavement, for the purpose of feeding, or highest bdder. advertisement, to the shall not be otherwise used by the said

, '. .t county court of Ohio county may, for for every horse or ox drawing the same, three if he shall in any other manner, purposely and: ec. 2, lie it further President: and Directors than as a capital, to

.. |to u ,received purpose, name and appoint, all tolls by cens ; and for every other cart or wagon, wilfully obstruct the travel upon t said road, or ,I Governor shall enacted, That the said I be hy them forever Iiereafter kept vested ns aforesaid -
proclaim and
and not expended, by virtue of whose wheels shall exceed four inches and sell the same iu and the dividends
not i if he shall fast-lock or rough-lock, either of the : quantities not ; or interest tht-.e.
|-provisions} of this exceeding one.halfstt1on
act. He shall immedi- exceeding five in bieadth four tor nor; -.bull b be
cents ; eve wheels of chaise shall upon accruing } tncm used aud
S sly 1 on the any waggon coaca, gig, sulky any sale be made for ape
-Thwettern receipt thereof, deposite in the ry horse or ox drawing the same, two cents ; carriage, or other two or four wheeled vehicle one dollar and a price less than '!lied in aid of the revenue of tho said colege.
Bank of Virginia all monies and all other twenty-five cents per acre. It to tho estacliabmeat
by wagons or carts, whose wheels while travelling said road shall endowment of such
!l received.for upon nowmade duty of the Governor
tolls or otherwise, and the shall exceed six inches in breadth, shall pass or as it hereafter be made to give the proles*,orships therein as:: now are, or hereaf'or
may purchaser
Jt, as (ex a certificate of his
superintendent check for, as he said free and clear of all purchase ; and shall be, established: said
3t the aamt in may gate : Provided cepting, hov ever, such parts of said road as he shall also make a return to the by President and

.... ring said road.repairing, improving, or pro however That nothing in this act shall be may be, at the time of said locking, coy Receiver ofthe Land Office Liiti Register & Directors ; and to and i ibr no other purpose
And at
in /
case of death, re so construed to authorize tolls be Rock wfntever.
as to received ered with ice
any ) of
lation, or removal from nffir* nr. _from__ ika exery person so offending the quantity sold, the. number[ of the &
I March
-. n. .... or collected from passingto shall conviction Approved, 2, IS33.
any person thereof
be fined
t8, any and all monies upon. in a range, township, ann such other tt\fion'l
wnk standing to his credit or from! public worship, or to or from a visit : sum not less man iwo nor more man nfth.... .I.'n... .. &L. ____ .
t U un.- "uu .3 I
twenty lie
'credit superintendent, shall be passed to to a friend, or other place within the county in dollars. for which may aeom neces ary. the AN ACT to amend an act, entitled An act
of price each
L >erintendent hall successor in office. If the, which he resides, or to or from any musters, Be it further enacted, That all fines penal- sold ; and he shall parcel also sold, and to whom i I to grant a quantity of land to the state of IU!
months!, to render his or omit, for two calen- elections, or court, or to or from his common ties, and forfeitnres, incurred under the pro- Legislature ofthe Territory communicate Arkansas to the linois for the purpose of aiding in opening
accounts as is before business on His farm woodland froma a duplicate a caqal to connect the watt'rs of Illinois river
Quired, he shall for or or to or visions of this actmay be recovered by of;.he
plesent- same, which
A every such failure, forfeit !funeral, or to from mill school upon a patent shall with those of Lake Michigan and
for or a 01 or to ment or indictment in the or the to
pay the benefit of county superior issue: to purchasers as in other
dred d Jlars, to be said road fund, five or from his common: place of trading .r mar- courts of Ohio county, or by information or sales of public lands. cases of allow further time to the sate of Ohio fof

1 vided for ; or, if he shall recovered fail as is after ketting within the county in which he resides action of debt in the name of the Governor for .I Sec. 3.; lie it further enacted That commencing the Miami Canal from Dayton
or omit to Erie.
er all monies in his hands to pay i including the wagons, carriages, and horses, the use of said road fund iu the same courts ; mone) arising from the sales

red, it shall be lawful ,the as is before re- or oxen drawing tbe same Provided, also, or, the said fines, penalties, and forfeitures, sections, or such of ol the said 20 Sec. 1. Be it enacted by tho Senate and

ident and Directors, in name of the That no toll shall be received or collected for where the same shall be less than twenty dollars sold from time portions time them as may be House of Representatives of the U. States of
of the Board to after the
Works, to obtain of Pub the passage of any stage or coach conveying may be recovered by 'action of debt in -enable incurred in paying rea- America in Congress assembled, That tho
judgment against him, hU the U. 6. mail horses the expenses making the selections lands granted to the state Illinois
uritj or securities or bearing same, or the name and for the use aforesaid, before a- of the by the act
hi?, or their heirs two townships under the
exe- any or carriage laden with of of the before to which this i is an amendment, be
lors, or administrators wagon property ny justice peace for Ohio county, but recited act, and the may used
ty or superior courts,of upon Ohio motion in the the U. S., or any cavalry or other troops, army an appeal may be bad, as in other cases, to same under this act expenses, shall be of selling the and disposed of by said state, for the purpose

4 ten days' notice to countyupon or military stores, belonging to the same, the next monthly court of Ohio county, from erection of ,u.*table buildings! for applied to ihe of making a rail road instead of a canal as in

rbis such superintend or to any pf the States comprising& the Union, the judgment of any justice\! of the a seminary of said act contemplated ; end that the time for
learning at such
or securities peace place
( tutors his or their heirs or any person or persons on duty in military when the same shall be greater sum than ..n... .._ __ _uL .____ as. may'"be, designated commencin- and cOOiDletimr. 0 the--- ---id- cannl--..-. n.....
, :.: In all motions service U. 8. of uuu UUUGI auuu ici ma uuu I.ISUUIIIUUB US rail road, which ever'the state
n. A L:1L of the or the militia of any ave aoiiars exclusive oi ana snail be may of Illinois
91Ml -- UUI:( m .. costs, it be prescribed by the Legislature may
- -- of
& ''went, his cnanccry against such su et tile tates : Ana Provided, rurther, That the duty of the superintendent and collectors Sect. 4. Arkansas. choose to make, be and is hereby extended

Heirs, security or securities, his or the superintendent may-commute the rates of of tolls to prosecute all offences the shall be the Bait further enacted, That it five years : Provided, That il a rail road i ia
executors against of the
jUdgment Or decree,or administrators shall wben- tolls with any person or persons by taking of provisions of this ac:, and he or they shall not :I to duty the nett Governor of said Territory made in place of a canal, the state of Illinois
be pionounced him or them certain in lieu liable pay proceeds of said sales shall be subject to the duties and
the defendant a sum, annually of he to costs where the peison or into the office of the same obligations

ey by such superintendents or defendants, for any i the tolls aforesaid : And provided further, If shall be acquitted, unless the penensprosecuted courtor tory who sqall be; 'JDjgasurer of said Terri and the Government of the United

.4 al, such judgment wrongfully de two gates ball be erected on said road, then justice will certify that the is other rejjponSbJe. ; for tqe same as States shall be entitled to, and have the same
Urn due, with shall be for the princi- enly one half of the said rates or toll shall be groundless and without good cause. out the public moneys ; 61wbo I shall not pay privileges on said rail road which they would
interest whole
It which the thereon from the received or collected at each gate ; and that Be it further enacted, That if than or any part thereof for any other .I have had through tho canal, if it had been o*
more or than
i due principal sum shall have the superintendant and three discreet fieehol be purposes as are provided for pened,
together one gate erected upon said road it shall the
with fifteen be by act of the second of
ages thereon, to be made per. centum ders of Ohio, county, to be appointed for this lawful for any person, desirous to do so, to hundred and March, eighteen Sec. 2* And be it further enacted, That the
and and
er provided law. levied in purpose by the county court of Ohio county, pay the whole toll at any one and there- is to which this further time of five years be allowed The state
by The gate a
said supplement, this
monthly) ,efant'r collectors shail determine the number of gates (not exceeding upon, the collector shall him dienc by act, and in obe- of Ohio, to commence the Miami Canal from
if grant a to the laws of
undot required by the su'tondent two as aforesaid) and the site or loca- certificate thereof, which certificate proper the Legislature of said Dayton to Lake Erie.

wpenntenden.oath, account for, and tion of such gate or gates ; and said superin- sufficient warrant to his shall be a Territory, made to carry into effect the provisions Approved, March 2, 1833.
then procure thro'
in office monies of this
all passage act, the said recited
1la tendant act.
collected and persons to be appointed by the the other

remai. after by deducting hint or them his their and which .I county court as aforesaid, are duly authorised Be it further gate. enacted, That this act shall the Sec.Governor 5. And of be the if said:further enacted. That AN ACT to incorporate the Georgetown

; and it such or com. to purchase, for the purpose of erecting a tollhouse not have any force or effect until the r Territory stall be Free School and Orphan Assylurn, in the
eollector ovetn authorised
fii1 herein, it shall be or collectors I, or toll-bouses on said road, ai much ment of the United States shall to for a term. not exceeding District Columbia.

eat, in the Dame of lawful for the su- ground as they shall deem necessary and advantageous same. assent to the I. five years at any one time, the remainder- Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate ami

1I of. o Do or the President .It to said road fund j to bo paid for VIRGINIA, Richmond City to wit the township granted byjthe, said act, and to Houso Representatives of the U. States o:

fuWi w orb* tp 4 out of tire tolls afemaid* I Gcorgo W Mumford Clerk oftbe: House apply the proceeds arising .therefrom to the America in Congress assembled, That Stephen .

I purposes aforesaid ; nn



I' .

Clark ANCT -- -. Jt.' __.. .i-- 1 nOM ?U ZW-.I tID.G .> rive things' they -b'hTWTt1i t' .
; :' \ l'onnCue, Edward B. Ring, Ignatius further to e.\tfcnhhe( payers .of the. standing tall and alone i .
j .t Bernard Brien A, H. DoucherJ'obn R. May 'Boar! of Canal 'Commissioners for tbe im-' FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE, FIRST'. IMpREss1oNs.pFJROPE.t -'' wreathed with and, with tbtirbrok et
Solitary Monk- ivy, neither of
fcn-i Joseph Bf9 ks. and their successors in improvement of tho Tennessee river; in the Fmtday m Ri me- St. f.Peter'4-iA.f' PlccetheMuseu support them where they placer-
is Michael 'Angleof master were
The Havre ship Charlemagne, capt. Pierce, Strange music-
office, aro hcrefejr made, declared uP consti- state ql Alabama.Sec. -Likene i of.youns; .AIgustu3--Apollo that have mouldered for centimei 1
New York and us a It.
.tuled. a corporation and body politrc in law 1, Be it eoactdd by the Senate and arrived Havre says a later paper than ,those brings brought by Belvidere 4hc MediceanyenusRaphael's Trans rally one's senses m such a place, anj
one day
4 nnd in fact, to _centinuanco forever, under House oF Representatives of the U. States ofAme'rir.a the Meridian.paper It contains the following important figuration-the P.lntheon-th burrial-place of Ca- coldly to the scene. We stOOd, We I
of For-
;. 4 ,, the name fP nd title, of the George-. in Congress assembled, That the intelligence communicated by a Paris correspondent racci tune-the and RaphaU Rostrum Roman-Palace forum-Temple of the Caesars-The in fect the erected Rostrum.by the The Senate noble arch, BtiU

#1 town Free .schuol and Orphan Asylum. commissioners appointed by the state of Ala- under date of 5th April, in relation to i Ruins-The Coliseum, etc. stood, clear and to SeP.ti l

Sec, 2. And be it further euactod, That oil bama to superintend the improvement of tho TURKEY AND EGYPT. up lofty betide us,bethret
ina less and columns
and abroad
To be rid of the dust of travel, lonely of the ?
r and! singular the lands, tenements, rents, legacies Tennessee river, and their successors in office -supposed i
We have received by an. extraordinary conveyance strantm and renowned city, is a sensation- no Jupiter Stawr threw their shadows '
.. annuities, rights, privileges, goods and be, and they are hereby authorised to superintend news of the highest importance from A- slight pfeasure anywhere. .To step into the street rum below, the great arch, built at.the '

chattels l that may hereafter be given, granted, ;I i the improvement of so much of said river lexandria, of the recent date of the 11th of March. under these circumstances and inquire for the Roman of Jerusalem to Titus, was visible in the

sold, devised, bequeathed, to the Georgotown1'rcc as is below Florence, in said state, and every This news arrived Toulin by the brig LeCysne, Forum, was a sufficient advance upon the or- and above them all, on the gentle a

SbUool) and Orphan Asylum, be nndihoy other part of the same, until thec.\nal, and other which at the same time conveyed despatches to dinary feeling to mark a bright day in one's calen- Palatine, stood the ruined palaces of the

J are hereby, vested in, and confirmed to, improvements between Lamb's ferry aridCampbell's be forwarded: with the greatest haste to Goverrjment. der. I was hurrying up the Corso with! this object the sharp edges of the demolished walls"

the s'iul corporation ; and that they may purchase ferry shall have been completedany : The f following are the particulars of this before me a half an hour before my arrival in Rome up through vines and'Y, and the nllo .
news. arrested and beggingme of Italy softening rock and
when old friend my steps foilage intoot
: take, and receive and enjoy any lands, thing in the act entitled An act to grant The Pacha of Egypt, Mehemed AIi! has refused to an reserve the Ruins" for moonlight took me edged mass of shadow. It seems as j if-jl l

tenements, rents, annuities, rights or privilege. certain relinquished\ and unappropriated landsto to accept the propositions made by France oil to St. Peter's. genius of the picturesque had arranged "

.;, or aujff oods, chattels, or other effect: : the state of Alabama for the purpose of improving on the subject of the war between Egypt and Tur The facade of the church appears alone, as you mortal ruins. If the heaps of exca riw

; qf any kifliFor nature whatsoever, which shall the navigation of the Tennessee, Coosa key. walk tip the street from the castle of St. An lco. but overgrown with grass, no painter ?

6 \ \ or may hereafter be given, granted, sold, bequeathed Cahawba, and Black Warrior rivers" approved Admiral Rousm having despatched an ex It disappointed There is no portico, and it imagine out the Home of his dream. b us! .

It or devised ULto theni'or cither of twenty-third of May, ono thousand press to Alexandria, to make known to our con- looks flat and bare. Hut approaching nearer, I fancy.We '

I lliem. as trustees ot thc said Free School and eight hundred and twenty-eight, to the contrary sul general the terms of the note in which had with been the agreed stood at the base of the oblisk, and with those two walkedon over fragments orroarb oJ'
S on at Constantinople, concert their musical watersas
Asylurnbvany person or person*, bodies pol- I notwithstanding. Approved, March 2,1S33. English aid Austrian Ambassadors, to arrest magnificent fountains sending of !turned up from the mould, and leaving :
if to the sky, and the two encircling wings arches of the
; ; of such jestic Temple of O
Vic capable making
QJcorporate, thc march nbrahim and to remove every pretext the church the immense area with its peace 011 "..
,"::'aIt, and to d.po mode by which for the intervention! Russia ; M. de Mizault, the tripple colonnades embracing, .felt the ranrleurnf St. Peter's.I Jews passed) to under the Coliseum.the! arch of This Titus i (so drea4.

'>' r i'ar annual mroimi of properly to be ac- Patents for Public Land shall be signed and French Corsul General demanded and immediately felt it again in the gigimtic and richly-wrought ruined broked in too, JS ma
>.\ ,f-'il i.v -aill: l r rporatio shall at no time cx- executed. obtaineda conference with Mehemed Aii. The porches and again with indescribable surprize 4r still ly the brave skeleton every what part, and yet i
., :'( -.1,: 'IK' ii-.rn offiv thousand dollars. Sect. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and Pacha, whohad also received) despatches l from I- admiration at the first step on the pavement of tic and triple walls, half was-b!' C
hraliim rcceivci consul and flatly refu- I encircling the S1bt f
Y, ..:. e. Liid.i>c it further enacted, That the Ilouse of Representatives of the United Statesof our coolly march the interior. There were not a figure on its immense I and its rocky seats lifting one above the \ ,
to transmit 0 his son restrictions on his to t-
\, 5:1.: '''}1" ; iti'in, by tin; name nud >tvle aforer4 America in Congress assembled, That it Constantinople. It that he was indignantat floor from the. door to the altar, and its far weeds and ivy, and darkening the Jens V 4'
appears off roof its its and marbles in
.' .. .. t f. i'ju ".;,1,1 l be hirciiitur, capable in law shall bo lawful for the President of the United 11) part assigned him in the propositions of the such profusion mighty, that pillars the eye, shrinks gold from the examination whence isssued to be gladiators, beasts and Ci 1":

:nA! tqinfy: t"ur aarl h sued, to pload and States, by and with the advice and consent of powers, and particularly when he learned that made their overpowering impression martyrs Home. A sentinel sacrificed fur the amu.t.

}I % ;'
: ', ,ru < i .4* 1'. H. s* l'h\.M i a manner as ry of one thousand five hnndrcd dollars per annum ou>ly consUling! him. Our Consul immediately creature that could build such a temple to his small chapels built around tile att.u
arena r-
the \'t
} :,- 3 r t'nn'T. < "! ,"'j.' i""s ran sue or be hose duty it shall be under the direction expedited" tae brig that'this LeCygne to carry is of the ncwfii Maker. and duwu in his russet cowl and andak
It will be highest.impOrlanCl"
4 ,:,1,: t-.4t1 <'*:,< t.KV. Mid it! A..<-...,; -.r: i use a of the President, to sign his name, and for Ii seem explains sufricieutly news clear the conduct An organ was playing brokenly! in one of the I broke through the cklls in tile waU,and tbt "

: 'u'U'Ct t* ve.'U t .,ti. thr fnr: t<, n r, :; ,ter, or him. to all patents for lands sold or granted Ibrahim, and his military movements exe distant chapels, and drawing insensible to the mu- place: was burried in the silence! or a'ilde

-" t ',':;', ;,:, P"it' j i r..1: til Hi n' .pnoint under the authority of the Cnited States. cuted after the convention concluded bet weed Admiral sic, we found the door ball open, and a and monk alone have given you the features uf the --'
I running his fingures over the keys, stopping
( .- and Sccr 2. And be i it further enacted That Uousin and Porte. It further you to people it with your own thoughts
: i 'ti i4 Ji v\; ? .y. ; :hi' tiriv <.v m m'-\ ; iy the augmentsthe sometimes, as if to muse, till the echo died: mine IJ
colder medium
$ : f' \ i", : ..'!U 'Huou.j 1tt'n (:iJHf 'p I r( tI.Ir'f'Ln this act shall continue and he i.. force until the embarrassment in which our Ambassador at and the silence seemed to startle him anew. Itwas not trust to a than poe ,.
: -. .," ',. ,ftj\\al1Ul .c' \ '1'.u .uiy or fourth lay of March one: thousand eight hundred Constantinople must find himself and renders the strange music, very irregular, hut sweet, and '''
certain. The following I- FROM THE APPALA.CIIICOLA ADVEttlSU
intervention Russia almost
,;'I:l : 'i" 'J -i t j i''t.zvt t U..''-, ,. I.H!le-i asjjoralion thirty-seven ant no longer. () in a I less excited moment, I could have sat and l list- i

'.}1.4. :, : :: : .. .;. lrt ; ui : t \( wi < ". Approved, March 2, 1833. is a letter from another quarter, from Odessa enpd to it till the sun set. Outrage and Rob ry.-A few days sinct:)
does affair -
of the 15th March! which not give to or four desperate ruffians, attacked the
1 rayed down the aisle, and stood before the ,
.. l.iJh' ', 1o -"Itllfor
401. : e ; ; \i"mI': <; (; in the favorable l .
east a more aspect. Dead Colonel Blunt, Head Chief of the A PI
Christ" Michael The Savourles
1i ; I ; :: .r.; mci .m!,!.)!, oil}:: 1..: i' g'u.J AN ACT to revive an act entitled An act A vessel arived from Constantinople in sixty ; iu the arms of of Mary. Augleo.The limbs bang lifeless Indians, at Lola or Blunts Town, in his a

.! ,:' ::I1fI t ifl t.j'jo'I".I'lt'S.I! 1' 1 supplementary to the several laws for the t four hours, has brought accounts that the Russian I and having succeeded in breaking down& '
down, and exquisitely beautiful as tltcy arc,
= .I. ., :::'rf"1'tl, 1 "r 111.b.. .:: ,1W) i..ot in- sale of I he public lands. fleet was still tranquilly at anchor in the Bospho- express death with a wonderful power. It is the with axes, plundered nearly all the persona

., '. .. : \ '.!4 tJ..'. ,I.."" ..,"!t. t...:..l.. '. ,. t.tl',4. ( -i., Sec. 1. lie it enacted by the Senate and rus. Meantime, government has freighted a great best work of the artist, I think, and the only oneI el of himself and family! about 150 donais '
.- n'Mottoia, I l0iNf of U. number of merchant vessels. which arc destined to of goods, and upwards of 700 dollars
.t .i '(il' 1,1 ;p ;.iitri.'t t. l' Representatives ofthc States of was ever moved in looking at.
:-4 .. ., ieu"'f 't"'i' .j.' -iIC to 1lu'r, a- America ia Congress assembled That; in alla'cs take; on board and carry to Constantinople the The greatest statue and the first picture in the Blunts' wife was in the cabin at the tint
f4 ,. ... Russian detachment of troops which is advancing world under the roof and mountedto robbery, and clearly identifies the rolfe '
are we
in which tame ,
zt sPit!
; : fi'.l{ : i' .t".u.'led I peisons \\ um rs or orcup f rced marches this in events while
oy > to quarter, case some men of bad character residiq
;. ,\ ltl".4 i iirii.'i" : ; ('n) LCtV1 Tht"t nits of the pub ic land prior to th- t first day of in TurlrvhoulJ render such measure necessary the Vatican.Old Romans The museum and is a wilderness stand of the town, and who have often Ijeretoforted : "

..; "*.44 J"n: a mdt tli'- ic::ul tr :iMiuttl 'Ia), one thousand eight hundred and th.rty-: The departure: of t these troops will infallibly take statuary.about men tVel when women look, upon the Indians,and committed outn
copied on
', .t r.. 1t'i tU4. "'';1.'j' 'r: (r', i Mrircfj two, and were authorised under the provisions place Ibrahim afiain: advances further, particularly them, you from the life and you conceptions of you beauty in : them( and their f families ; but, being .nUlr.

.:> .l'f.-o. ." .. )' ; t 1..1 < !*, -j \<\hill, Hi till uf the act,'l'nutlrdn act supplementary to ar s the French embassador only gina ma fl teed children, nymphs, and heroes,from minds that conceived i though quite .intelligent and of gld i 4
,. 1 hunt '.nri I iuiioti'i' the laws for the sale of the peace on condition that th- Russian fleet should her testimony is not sufficient in law In c .
n. HI F. i.W" 3 i :;lCb .v>iv. 1h; ; ; Sl r era public beauty in a degree that has never been :
t I ids *' tiflli depart, and this condition, which uas a sine qua confuse and bewilder with their them 1 It iiw to be hoped that other evident '
';.1; W'nH'r, 4 1 :.Y1i1l for which to b)( I approved April one thousand tr transcended you
ito),, not having Ix'en complied with, France will I be discovered and that the '
I : ;< u\t.j ti ; ... UJ-i.1W.j ,a(1'1.1 1"IIWe I.tl -iZlit:[I hutitiied and thin-t'\ 0, and were prevented consider! herself bound." I: number and workmanship. It is like seeing a vision pcrpctr.tonienormity

: .i.\U" 1.JJk': : J\ilI;!t r* *>I14: il b elected. 'from tn.ikinthrir! entries, in consequence not We learn that the Charlemagne has brought aswe I I old classic of past Rome ages. all It that is calling was up distinguished from Ailiens and& .> correct may receive deportment just of punishment Blunt and b Tjnnly

"."i", 0'' :''I ',!';"tH1t"'l' ,''r":1: !: ut\ ftul Serrctary, ot the public surveys not having been made expected; she would, I he draft drawn by the ndniired of the most, polished oV the world. an-; towards the whites rails for their ass

". '. rs:; } lt: \'dtol i.; ih l, h. aiil. until the and leimned, or where the laud was not attached Secretary of the Treasury on the French Government On the right of the long gallery ages, as you enter, and aid; to him in his efforts for the recll\1

10- ,'.< va LO'l l tYI:41;,'..' ; t.iiltheir uutios shall to any land: district, or where the same aid: protested. stands the Lmtof the "young Augustus" kind his money and property. The money't

.'.- ;",-ot h "U:1l'(1 ,1tis' :,') _t..1\\ '. has; been reserved from *:ale in consequence ofa of beautified, angelic likeness of Napoleonas Napo'.cou 1 stand, was a portion of the amount red -

-r:'. J5. And" in; it further enacted: ], That ii! t J fail from the government, under
of but with about the forehead and ty concluded with Cu!. Gad cieIl, by \\hicH
between a state and territory, the said occu- The Paris Constitutional of the 23r a st-iene dignity
1 ) "':!\U ll tu. f'dll!"4.t find "n.J.I'Hm" ;; ; 01! theH pi: ert: and Davy the chief of Spancwat1ZaorCoc'L'own ,
lips, that makes Kim visibly a boy-emperor-torn ,
shall be to enter the said March, the Philadelphia Inquiier, has '
1t.HUU' :, ( 1. t no->, v. !i i nu.) ii.iv:' ilte 1 ca'/o of( pants permitied says for his throne, anti conscious of his right to it.- stipulated to remove with the pc& 1

t ..1y 'ul (' f,'.. i :" *-iii.-i i, or \heie a duld.iv land! on the s me conditions, in every rc.ped I this statement : There is nothing in marble more perfect, and. I their towns from Florida, this summer or&

; 'm; .'c (k.-tn'Ilt' a.n' friend or protector) I as ucro prescribed in bald act, uithin one I I It will be recollected that the French Ministry never saw any thing which made me realize that (O": We have been infiirmed that stiW '

'it(:" .jme n.1 'je ivct'ivc 1 Mtn the year af'cr the surveys are made, or the laud, fixed at twenty-four millions the amount the Romans of history and poetry wercnwvz-nothing to the above, John RawN, one of I Le siispttI .

: C'orgc-I i alitH( lied to land district the of the claim. ol tInts United North which familiary mind} I dividual, was arrested Appalarlncoa! art:
t toJ\11 1- SCt! 4*: .: 'I i! lid Oiplu.i! \& }'! a or boundary: I Matos et t brought so my as ,
to"..!i Ti'"ui.it..i is .ih mad? bv the (In-l.sws: and lino estalished ; and ifthe land hall; he pro- America t for vessels seized siml sold) under the the Icehnu for beauty shown in ;ibis! infantine bust. I sriaire of tfie Aclin i -t tidvcnior ; ndsfr&'I ar: .
t! t 1 would rather have it than all the fc. heroesof stances I ppt'arili3 CJ'ant him, was r.4ln
'. iijfetructetl and and : rl.umutllor.saSu) I before the expiration of one I j ilepubhc. 'I bo Government has not hitherto I } gods '
; -
.of \ 1'r..df.U. ; the rican. the jail tfthat place. Alter rl'1U3iIUII iu\
I d itl -1' ih '.aft'r \\ilhdrawn he I year as: alb c tad, then the said settlers or !i vcntutcd to present to the (.haiubers a treaty I I :
tut awl !
: l L. ) I f or No cast gives you any idea worth having of the da) s Le contested the crime, cfargedi ffi
',u tiurrito .'. i/.lulraw:! from the Free .School occupants ., \1) be permitted to enter before_' i j 1-0 Uioaiivantageou.s France. Cut the gO\'p I Apollo JJelviderc. It is a grtdlikc model of a intin 1 t Oaks and the said Staliord as 3CCIJfilP-';

:u.i! ,As-.Simi: uhhout the consent or disimsut the ale thereof. Approved, March 2, 1 3a. i iAN c-rniiient ol tho l United: States have taken the The lightness and the elegance of the limbs ; the I It )s to be hoped that: the whole will rfCfirfi

d I ( .< cu 4h;' uf! ilux; nr portion aforesaid, until j if -' I litiisteis at their word, and it is affirmed thatit t free, fiery, confident energy of the attitude ; the. I punishineut. \\ t understand! that it isI p{

Ji I n imtiv, !h,! shill! have attained the: aoe ot'tw'u- ACT granting an additional quantity of j w\.liSte.-da J v caused a bill of e.xe.naii"c for four breathing indignant, nostril and lips; the w.iole t the gOOdS and nearly all of the money \\lh. !

.c1. .1 H%.:.L' yars?, or, if a female the age of IS land for the location ol Revolutionary bounty million to be presented by M. Rothchild, and statue's mingled and equal grace and power, are, covered.[Eo. .'.
landVarrallts.. that the Treasury eaus; d it to be protested.It with all its truth to nature, beyond any conception I 'i
:4.1 > ; !Hltlit; to the ages aforesaid, respefv.h I had Since writing the! aboveve have been i i1I
formed of It stands there
the isec. 1. I Be it enacted by the Senile and is added that M. BI uell:1Ult.: who endorsed manly
4 ;hha11 remain subject to piiecv like descended with of form I ed that one 01'the suspected iuduiduab!
a splendour
angel, a
tof the ji.iid unless House of Representatives ot the U. States of it, has ptKl the amount to !M.I Rothschild.'i .- I Station! .
i 1\v ;; corporation, they may and air of power, that make one J leel \>hat heroes having ag.iin trespassed tpontheI ;
,; 11 he j>:nnp, be exonerated from service pievrtf America in Congress Assembled, That the Ins is a serious .iflair, for we much doubt have been and mortifies him for what he IS.Jost I and mot into an affray with some free neg1

t to : to attaining those I ages, respectively I further quantity of two hundred thousand acres whither the lam ler will ratify in 1S33 a women whom I have met in Europe, adore the I Indians: has been severely stabbed, ami l h-

1: :1:1;; ::.!rt : .\lll i-oipt-ralion *hall: have the power of the pnbiic 1 land be, and the &anu; is hereby treaty \vhieh the government of the revolution Apollo as t far the finest statue in the world, and i re ei\"elIWe'( gnu, or piw.hut\ \\Ulul.t' ,

!l. "tr. t.-i-'J :'ui} child! under their cal e, for the pur- appropriated, in addition to the quantity heretofore I nevi-r would ign. most men ay as much of the Medic-an: Venus. I will most proUably occiM ills deatlJ. 1lLCI "

of of useful appropriated by the act entitle i "An 1 his paragraph presents the question in a But, to my eye, the Venus, lovely as she is, compares I able possession of their ieM.TWt' free fw.
j>i 't' acij'iuiiig a knowledge some I I tnuiers has been the InclllrJI
ii J I with the Apollo as a mortal with I i an angel of to
for relief of officers and
act the certain soldiers new \\ think tlje Constitutionel
condi- e
4 'f'.1t11, iKTujtatioti or profession nudcr aspect. l.ght.; The latter is incoiup-irably: the finest statue. I treaties with the U. S. ; and no white pCI
4 : .. "'> :1IU'I: r be determined by the by-laws, a ,. of the \ Irginia line and navy and of the conli- j uu>t te nutaken.5urdy the r'renchcham- It' it were not for its face: it would traiiiCend the I a right! to gwithin their boundaries with*

4. "'j'] >, of nhich comiitionsshall! he delivered to, nental army during the Revolutionary; war," ;; her \\ ill not fail to make the appropriation. other infinitely. The beauty of the Venus is only rni :JOn, and especially should! the Indian;

'J ; .L.t thc\, t-h-ill bo binding on, every person to approved the thirtieth May* one thousand ; liut if it does refuse what next I ill the limbs and liody. It is a faultless: and withal I cured from molestations of t.I:. cfJar.cler.

(0 Vt'j.jni any child may be so bound ; that chil- eight bundled ind thirty, and the act entitled modest representation; of the flesh and Mood I who do violate the laws by dittuibiLgC-;

I ". o..4k) may "lIe received into ihe I schools I for daity *' An act to extend the time pf i issuing miiitiiry Anecdote.-.Hans once pavrncd a I beauty of a woman. The Apollo i is and has a I their villages* and iiomes will receive bit i'Uj'

I ., attendance uhose and land wrrrantd, to officers, aad soldier* of the watcn. Luckless the \vlio : soul. I have seen women that approached the I pa thy from the community, if b k Indian JJ'
Ii lUll
parents I, was Venus Ilicted .
I in loriu, and had J liner faces: --I never saw upon thcUJ.Ib.Fr.O
; ..;*'. or nny. be, r.uablc to Pafor their instruc- Revolutionary war, approyed) the thirtee..thJill i, took u in By day and by night was :, a man: that was; a i.:>do\v of tie Apoho in either. I
i one thousand eight hqprcl and (
UOH. or, who:c parcnt: or jrunrdiuus may con- ) thirtytuo } tine chronometer of Hans a source of,: stands as it shouhl! in a room by itself, and is THE RICHMOND
I tnltuie: towards the the Free School I ; which said appropriations thall be applied I t nil hours
upportof) thronged a by female won shippers. They The .:1ltack.e are EN'QtJ&EJ.1|
4 :wd l :\s\, lun, under such regulations as maybe iu the manner provided by the said acts, to exquisite annoyance to the money len j never tire gr/ing: at it ; and 1 should believe, gentlonieii, who were present ?

I made in the by-laws. the unsatisfied.,. *, whtlhcr original or i, der. Hans entertained a notion, which 1 from the open mouthed wonder of those whom I count of the outrageous attack

Ii 1 1 duplicate, which or bo issuedas I met at its pedestal, that the of tt.c girlvho ,!; ,
; may in theoretical story on the 6th inst. :
t. i.. ?ce. 6. Aid lI(' it fUlthrr cnactcd, That a- i a view, was by no means
therein dircctc7 &: olficcrs .nd soldiers pined and died) for love of it, '.\ as neither improbable -
!. : ny \';It'anhch) from death resignation orot.n ;i : extravagant ; but particularly applied, i I r.or singular.Jtapliael's Tiie President was seated between th-j.
and others as des sujd acts : Provided the
table of the steamboat and
,. i \\ise, I happen III tho board Qt trus- : be Sydney
demanded is
': 01' the all the virtues Transfiguration" agreed to
That the ificutfs ol ahab ; patient and I'
saidgej sciipt : I i :
< his mouth iiis on,
) the pipe in spectacles
IL& N hall be filled according to the mode to finest picture in the world. I had made up ,
be receivable in payment of any of the puubc :j 01 tine man of Uz.- Hans responded : mind : paper 111 his h.1ud.-Several geniltiii
: i 11. presented in tho by-laws : that thiy may my to tic! same opinion from the engraving? I
lands liable1 to sale at private entry. tiius Mr. watch of it but : the door of the cabin ; amongst the reL
: sure ,
J i. lir M such meetings as they han think proper, having my was painfully disappointed iu the picture. 1 tiicCi'l.ectorof.
Approved, 31 arch 2, 1533. looked at it lioni and : Doneison, Mr. Breni,
;nd to give form to their proceedings, may appoint ly 1 have a right to call at any time to asked the custode every corner ul'the room, I, Captain broom ot'the Marines and Mr.f
three times if he ibis
1 r tUfh officers as they deem necessa- ask the hour." thi he was sure : Uaudoipb''
And the
may Treasury Department.
right never
AN ACT to extend the provisions of the act was the original. The colour ottended my eye, I[
rv, and provide proper checks -and responsibilities it 1I08t blind ; cook, shook nands with one of flit gut
of ol'cing. Thus as Raphael's name should make it and I left
of the third March, one th usand eight hun an opportuny cll : vlet
_ _ I ,
the of the courteous! the
) for pecuiity poopcrtyand the bj.A lady (
room with a and unsettled faith in paused )
dred entitled An for the doors from sigh, an f my
> an seven, act prevent shop lay a few I Tnruston tap
aforesaid that ) wtio was near
iunOs of the corporation ; they own la-ste, that made me seriously! unhappy. My :
settlements being made on lands ceded to his lioi & he would I moved U. :'el him the narro-vsp J
1 shall keep a journal of their proceedings, upon ie--at morning r night complacency was restored a few hours after on Jasslnu)

t ubich the by-laws shall be recorded ; and that the United States, unauthoiisid by law." call, with his one question "Vhat'so'clock I bearing! that: the wonder was entirely in the drawI the L'ltsmcht was seated. He appr8iMJWiiig .
.; Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and I >ng- il e colours having quite changed with time. and a* every one tliotthtW3flhenti
? they shall make report at the annual meeting House of Representatives of the U. States of !" lIe would knock, ring the ;11 bought the engraving immediately, which you :.g the C'lud Magnate'scleir.eocy.
hi If be held in June, of th4 affairs and condition \e,'
; lo America in Congress assembled, That all offences I bell, thump the shutters ; and when, at have teen too olten, ol course, to need my commentary. in tItc act uk aiawinijori hIS rig-;igi"

I }H.1 of the institution (for the preceding year. prescribed in the act, entitled An act i length the night-capped pawnbroker (!I The a-rial lightness with which he has i'refeident ob \eijtiking ins (pif } *
1 AppnnudMurch 3i 1833. hung the figures of( the Saviour and the apostles never mind your g!"\'*, sir. RJadI r-l
; to prevent settlements from being made on threw up the window, and thrust forth I in the air, is a triumph of the pencil over the laws very low tone of voice,'so loW UtJt ti:I',*
lands ceded the United States
!, AN ACT to authorise the President of the to" until author- his head-there, like the night ra'\ en, of nature: that seem to have required the powerof could not have heard linn distiiict j.
the ised by law, approved tHe third of March, the miracle itself. came to take his revei'gtr of into for tue.
United States
to cause public
suiveywto one thousand eight hundred nod seven, when wasV-Hans. Pop was the question. I lost imposed lam by iH I1l 1
I be connected with the line of demarcation niyselHn coming home, and following a upon : puuii g
w : committed upon public lands GOt situated with- Vhat's o'clock:?" At times, by some i Priest's direction toHbe Corso, came unexpectedlyupon !the 1 action u> the. nor,!. Tut, frc irlent ,
\. t.: between the States of Indiana and liiiI .
j, in any state, or organized Territorial Govern- subtle invention, he would inflict the the Pantheon," which I recognized at once. in astonisJiUicnt, WIt, si, I w ',: .r.dl1lJ1h Pun
I nois. Tins wonder of was struck the instant bj Mf
shall be the has
ment, cogailablo'/in District no questionable
U. Sec.t 1. Be it enacted by the Senate andIIouseofKepreseutativesoftheU. :I Court of the United Sttte4.eld in the statenearest :. query as a sting of a narrative, as thus : beauty. dunce would not need tn he told that it umbreiia: a \'e.st. {' tb\.': (\Vn cli\

States of where the said off have Mr. -, mem vrow is just got a littell was perfect. Its Corinthian columns fall'on the him agiiin.u the l>!;rlu.-CaptJ1.rilini) !
: '
]| i may tlt .
_ and .
;i.-' : eye with that sense of fullness that seems to ans.er I dragged iuin wit* viou-.cr
,it America in Congress assembled That the committed ; aa&TO e&n&tfs, upon conviction poy ; and as I put down in die pible an instinct of beauty in the One -and Majoi Doueisou r. bed tilWugIl W

: President of the Uuite'd States be, and hereby shall be purr: ccordingly. And the ven the children are porn, vill you tell t feels a fault or an excellence in architecture very organ. long in his anxiety: to protect I.f t'rl- dent.

!" is authUi iud and required to cause the public said couit shall aljjptfie jurisdiction to.hear me vhat's o'clock ?"-At other times, belore lie can give the feeling a name ; and I c.m the work uf a5iinsta* t. '1 111 re :.ft'.1e. ;..

I lands lying along the line of .demarcation be- and detern.ine alilpffiU'Or prosecutions, instituted see why, by Childe! Harold and others, this heathen seizing HIS stick, Met I HOI:11h. \
I \ tu-een the states of.Indianaand Illinois, as established for the recoviy of all fines and penal- his wife, or littell poy" was ill, and temple i is called the Pride of Home," though and t tins persona insult. ; I .. >Id'n3ly

- t I by the joint sanction of those states, tics imposed by the said act. having to take medicine at a certain I cannot venture on a description. The faultier I capable. of deteidiri-: nr..t, .again" t

- J!: to be surveyed in connection with said line on I Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That it hour, he just begged to know, "vhat'so'clock interior nibal Caracci is now and used the as a church, and there lie An- istnng a Uozeo cowaitilv aic-.ssat5.; ..-pd.
divine I'
1 lt'\er.side thereof. I shall beJawful\ for the President of the United ?" l\lercury-for surely he is of Uuphacl-two names A pen son, ;viu ;e nuu>e w e uii l' '"
- I worthy the place, and the last of a shrine in as, approact..il t.e frcsutent, anti t.
s-_ ,Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the : States, to direct the Ind'iLn Agents at Prairie Han's tutelar deity-alone knows how every bosom capable of a conception of beauty. hand, obst i \ est, 'Citi.:ral if you WI11 ..

,J Secretary of the Treasury be, and hereby :is, du Chien, and Rock Island, or cither of them, long this would have been inflicted Glorious Raphael 1 If there were no other relic leprieve iiie, 1 wm murder ti! .* jstard'
war -
imlhorise.d to allo.v for the service to be performed when offences against the said art shall be iu Rome, one would willingly become a pilgrim to sule.'il put by his nuiui, auvidL r''C*W'

under this act, auch further compensation committed on land recently acquired by treaty on the pawnbroker, had not a most his asiJt s. ujsii tiie icujesty ot tl.t- ta\v ll"xl1'\ .

_ _ f in addition to the regular price now au- from the Sac and F. Indians, to execute and fortunate occurrence put an end to the \\ ttli my countrymen and friend, Mr. Cleve- am capable of delenduig luyseil agunSJ,
law to him shall to be perform all the dutita required by the said act evil. His ni ht burnt land, I stood! in the Roman Forum by the light of + i are ubsiaiKiuily refxkneil } t
_______ juoiUcd bv a* appear shop! was one a clear half moon. The soil silver rays poured in hey 'i .l .
___ be out of the to be performed by the Marshals in such present, w ho, net d. an.a.g ;hU.l
reasonable to paid
and regular -
I just to the ground, and with it was irretriev- through the ruined coiumnsof Fortune,and threwour .. \t_
tended, bu. SaL: wr.
f Ail efiect Ue said su.iv-iig
to to act in
the modeM iive ,
I apcropriation for surveying public ably lost tlie. Jamily watch" of Hans shadows upon the: bases of the tall shafts near UJ; c i>bce, wnich \f.uld be do! 1..tt'Jsj
Jdti.la northwest of the Ohio. and over die lands fccquirrd as aforesaid the capitol I, the remains! 1 believe, of the temple r.xiely. herealier. lad walked v.p.. .M ,.

- I Approved, March 2, 1833. Apprortd, March,1\ 2, 1833.. r Kutzlus." t erected by Augustus\ .J upile Tonanst: Inipreu- ', 9 ,oj .'


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_W.III.-=! = 0'- jay of ike inner man," with the ---5- :: -U-- '- t 1 1 r.:' a-----, .-.. -. I-. -, c_,-', -' --. FrL .
beauties of nature ; yet the thiftnps and and m 1M1m r
IDlAl'l : bumps, J. .1.110 f -( 4. ii rf'MVfcVKforneJa J 'U. .
.t'LO octasionaf upsettbgs and immereions & ablutions in /v .. L.IW partner!!.:}' .1. r rtf.3 The
maddy water without the previous operations of strip- 'lamed.-In Gadsden county, on Thursday 30th : fUnneris in Tailah.fc.fccr, and of

l ;UWl i ire-afford an acknowledged counterpoise on the beam oftay, Mr. CORNELIUS D. CAECIL to Miss. SARAD the !latter at \\ crt Point, AppalacLiccia: Busi

JUNE 1. of EDWARDS, daughter of Mr. Colin! Edwards. ness entrust! to them in any of tlieconrff Fl',ridaIT
SATURD Y MoRNINGs the outward pbysital nun, for delights whicharc the pmnmitiK Counties oflxeor"ir. c.r AlabiifiM.ilL!

be a hie to give p 1 rcbaSed at so dear a rate. On this lOuie, pauicu1 0--- l Iw* strict!v attended. u,. -".., tc.1.: 1J1.r

The Eltclion.- had hoped to unable 1 14-ly: that part from Charleston to Montgomery ajdI coma U1. Q I i.IO> :a.L.L-.-Thesulws. L.,.. -?>. :..-Sj J;-ci-

the official returns by this tune, but arc akely, at one time during the last wint rthere wereone Died on the 15th ulu, :lrs.CAl'I1ARIElIAVISconsort 4 CARD.- 1 he subscriber having now a large and ALC himstlf; I in Tallahassee, pro; -- C.: ger-

information on the subject from tic Ex- successive mails behind hand, and not all the of John Havis esquire rf this county, aged 50 commodious house, east of the capitol sqn r -, is tral commission business, regular sale: !Vi. Tu st'ay
to get any 0As prepared to transact A GENERAL COMMISSION AND ACCTIOS -
She native of
doubt be dIvutgd years. was a South-Carolina. a end Satunlay.lit .
Otfice." The secret will no Mrscs teams in the universe could have urged the business, he hones to receive a libcial support .
CUU\-C wife and mother, she was kind and affectionate, and vriH: als, attend to ndmmistratcr ; : arcs
before long proved the returns are not tnnsportation of the mail at greater speed ; such was her family 4* frcnds will long dcj'lorc their irreparable from the public, and pledges himself to those who way in the cot.rtrsROBIRT J. >' AfKI Y.

W' hrngtou as deed letters. In thatt.ase thc state of the roads, and sometimes of the creeks &. favo-ir him with their business, to use his best eflorts ?!ar,'h 2.*.' 1 "33. ;:3zf
.arJcll to to Jr.
their interests. J. WESTCO
promo'e -
the inibrmauon cau I* obtained by applyingto rcrs. loss.IN Orbcr2d133l. 7tf rnUl S '&"flbcr.s hae just reccut'i. t :. >. Vine

Port Office Department. \\ e are The contemplated route will pass from Augusta direct pursuance of an order from the Hon. judge of: t a larboard: general assortmentof \".\. h.uiTcnd
the l7t t\Hal : court, I shall to A CARD. black cloths bi'ic Russian
county public drake
to Tallahassee expose black, green, neck
a distance of 260 miles. The
4ausfiirti that Col. V\ lute is elected by a majority sertion of sale before the court-house door in duinry, on Saturday -. THE Subscribers having purchased the Stock of rich plum and s.tel,mixed,up.r1a, 5upu&Jr black,

hundred and fifty votes-His present ma country, by a reference to the map, through the 6h: day of July next, at1 I 12 o'clorc! a. m., two : and Ware-House Taylor & Klein have blue, striped, iiobiUch! rvued, )lontay, qrccn copper

(ftwo the best inlormation we pos- wuch it passes lies betwen the low" and the up- tracts or parcels of land, belonging to the estate of i commenced the DRY GOODS, GROCERY, nn! mixed, nulifyip'T, brown. Mixed, green jind union mixed

,jonlY. according in Seventeen. Not more country ;" or between the sandy region in the vicinityof Jonathon Thomas deceased, bang lots ?'(. 2 and 4 COMMISSION BUSINESS.In cas.si 1ers, htti-ietts, black silk florenteen, Lcglisli

fCSS, is Two Hundred axd the sea-board, and the hilly' argilareous region of in section 23, township 2, range 4, north and west ; silk vesting, fancy do., water silk do, Lrowndo. Si' r-
fifty votes arc to be heard from. tie I, containing; in the whole, tne hundred and sixty acres. wlditior to their present commodious building, ed do., black S>IK vtlvet, plain and fisurcd dmb, bcavcrieen -
than Appalachian mountains. It would the
run nearly I This land is situated on both sides of Rocky-Com they arc about to erect sheds and houses for the rccej- blue g.**\t h.\ ramlet. Leather caps, r.oiuntfeilk

wiole distance on the dividing ridge betwe n the waters fort creek, where the main road crosses, which} icad ion Gotten, Goodsc., tnr Storage, their buildings suspender*, gloves, beaver !bass, velvet, 4mnazine
for the
The weather has been extremely warm which run into the atlantic, and those which empty from Quincy I by Judge Gregory's, to the Fcdeial load. : will completed by the 13th Sept. :}.respectfully state rmht arid siik blocks, bomlauers & sill fla r hand-

Jast ten days, the thermometer ranging from 91 into the Gulph Mexico.. It is a level, hard, dry It is aa excellent body of land, a peat part of it be- solicit a hare public patronage, and ''edge them- kcrchiels, readymadecoats! ]>antaoons and rests,linen -
woods' which in:; first rate hammock Terms sale cash. set\ es to a strict performance ot all con.;missions entrusted I shnu, fi-cuvtd and plain bosom, collars made after
region, experience day -
1094. every proves I B. MKCHAM.Kxccutorof42td to their care. the late fashions. All of which arc otr red f>r sale to
to be the best adapted to the making of good roads. Jon.ithaThorn! PEACHY MACK1NDER.. iriends and
: i< deceased.! i our customers, on thee Most asl'D3LIc

co Inn'S IC.T Lp. the C Inieed the neighbourhood roads at present in usc thro' I "!UttV T t. -re auil.iHizcd S to announce GfeA.-KGK T. REFER TO COL. JOHN GAMBLE, )fJ,C..trson.i" I terms. Tb c.'iicrkare ao, pruvidcd I jp'odI

In that very valuable and |.atriotic paper, 'n- the whole route are. for miles, not inferior to some of V WARD, as a candidate to represent Leon<. JUDGERANDAL, I workmen, and ,.ill maKe up c.ot tin vi short ..,;uce,

iiuiion1ist. l'rir.tcd at uSuSta' Ge0rgl, f pCrCfCir ths uorthein turnpikes. A little work upon them, anda I county in tl,c next legislative council. 42f: I 5 after the latest fashions. It. B. x J. 'U. BULL.
I GEORGE LORIMORE, )\ Xonml.tr 20 i U 83:.
the transportation .
the it1jcct of few bridges over the small number of ( Hi.r
.an Druck 0\1 comparatively % 6)iEVAItD, will he given u-r JAMES LORIMORE, }> -
MAIL frNl'1v- to Charleston, S. Carolina, by creeks:would enable the stage coach to pass at thc 1fJ Ail the delivery of DICK, a negro : J. J. ADAMS, j Gadiden-

the steem pcclct D:1rw Brwi, and after enumeratingthe rate of seven or eight miles an hour, without intermission man who cl-'pcd form me on the 13th ultimo COL.!. ,. 13R ADEN, TaHatiassce

unsuccessful attempts to obtain a mail between day or night, with perfect safct).. S -or the halt of it, if he is secure in jail, w St. Marks, July 10, 1S3-J 46 tf_

those cities direct, it states-h\t this would give us anopportunity The whole route from New-York to New-Orleans, I 0 that I pit him. Dick, is low and wtil ett, C"H'UKN( Gli'S.-CA.\i1'IJ.LL U .A/.L of

of a. line of communication, which short? wil be one of the greatest ,variety and speed, connected f dart thu'k complexion and allhmcht, lull hut face, speaks down and Louisville Georgia, are tu;a ;ell l, at their, ,..::1I1
twenty-four years known establishment[ at the above place in the
f'ns the distance bct\\con >(,-Ylrk and the Southern i with the greatest comfort. The fIJloing w ill he I old, 10but few if any teeth left. He is a daring art- facture of cotton gins, of a very superior, .\ mnnu-I

cities, at least three days." It has, I perceive, excited thedistancc and time from the different places, viz :- | ful \illian, and piobahly has procured papers to enable is their intention to J Keep a constant Mippiy, at
his surprise, that the Postmaster General should I miles. hours.t him to jrct to a free stale, or tu Virgini, hero he was liassceami Ciuincy, Florida, and to meet all orders

mail he sent by the steam raised,-any information of him will he thankfully} received. their line with -Gins of tlinr :
have refused to cause the to Fran N. Y. to Charleston, steam packet, 400 70 promptness. n.ariua
JOHN A YLflJt. tore are warran'.td tu work well with :
South-Caroli -
iacka from New-York to Chnrleston, Fran Charleston to rail road 140 12 tmazc.i'hey I'
Augusta, Near Tallahascp, Leon :ounty, Florida cow -12s5 take this so.d dioktli jmd Kc
with tho f opportunity to stae tint there is rm j 11Il\o "lit \ : ,
na. But, ir, were he, as well acquainted Fnm Augusta to Tallahassee, 260 60 The Georgia Journal, Gthp. Columbia Times, other establishment of the kind in Louisville and that : :
I'I In IVedfri-: I couutv. 3M. (h C IlerstunI'eir ,
thc hum. IV
and interest of the Department, as Fron Tallahassee Cedar Bluff the South-Carolina: insert the above H..rti.f'l1cnt
operations to on all gins made at that place, arc of their inaumufienrc.ovenhlc'r I: con erried in tit" '.- \rih ;r Ju.'ik-:; :?.

tie: IIl1.hndu3lho now addresses you ; he would be Cioclahatchre river, in stages, 150 36 in their respective papers once t\t-ry other wrik fur : 13th 1832. 1 3 1 -'miY :., Thc uL ;Ht! Ointment: n uiF" i-i! :u tc rIJr.tor! !; 3

Busted a! once that the Di.paitmeni in this, as well Fro Cedar Bluff to Persacola, in steam tight for weeks,.and forward their accounts to this ulno- Storage, und Commission &c. I Ira"UIE i i jftttf r.nd rvrtniii remcifv tmh ':0"' "!.-iinjf.tt! il:"riiome -*' .

: other situations, were govrrncd by the most bott, 130 12 PYfl1ent.S i![: of which have su i'j.!; biieJ! the! skill of iieJc
a < iind'rsiiicd has and cOII'Cnil'nt.m'
of Florida .\Iiddll I I large -
Tcrnt''iy District >
jinidenual rf'aSIIfur \\ithholdir.-r! from the Country, Fron Pensacola to Blakely, in stages, 50 IUFrotr .UhJCH: \ M. !houses ,i-.nd! Cotton sheds, and i s prepan-d to SClencp-l.-t
White Sttcllinrsof: (\ N> d I" t7irrjo:1.
(&j 1 hi pc to Pr"vc') this ,nmnuil'y ljscfd route. Blakely) to Mobile and N. Orleans, HUGH -\LCIII LOSS, ) ct.iv.: GOODS, COTTON" or other produce on r-I i :M! Sort !I..'p, and! I I'lffrs. f I Innz; standin';.
been an an J 1 believe a pretty in and boats ROBERT GILL im-1 I I la&c.Cotton. '
There opinion ilages steam 131 2.4 I od Schirrr ror (iaudoi.-.r! J..uv.ur.1rtlft: T tray
imt'l recently! that BteamIxuits JAMEs DENNISTON EQUITY.. Stored, sold or chipped, and all Commission '. *
extensive ur.r, prevailing 224 hours, or 9 days and S hours. Busainc tho-'ehardfiicil t'.m"nr"T III \ oii 'n !'rl'J:4 wht-flen-
attended lIe solicits sluirc i-i
not as safe on a sea voyase as the common I Nov instead cf the mail from ( strictly to. a i tune> terminate a.ttrjti-d: e'i.frs.4th -
are carrying .n stages LATINUS'AIIMISTEAD I public! EDWARD SE1XAS.
I ] I patronage. II ; rrlm. or vtut 'O,. :.*. : !b the ri2in$
vessels! in wluVh siils ore only used. : pefp1'Jw )
ordinary sail l Tcnsaeola Mobile a good steam packet were to ply I and others. \h\! 'nni:1! October 16;1832 Lf? i
} of Catarrhs. Ir! e* ers df' nj t.on.
IV.it'Ve.; this pinion be based, upon the superficial direct from Pcnsarc-ld to New-Oilcans (the distance I IT appearing to the sitifa,*tion of the i court, tla: I7OOI t 1 1i | ;,lh Kheumutic 1'aiii-of tiicjumti*.

'jnfo-ra-iuonthcn exiting on the: suhject,he well founded / between \Iobilc alaI; NewOrleans, ant! IVnsacoIa and j Armistead ar.d Marv his 'vii\ pjit of ltidefendants. <> AT 'J'HIS j OUi; Spraii.4 arvJ iJrui-i.-iof every !c-ori''tLn; or ir.

or not, it is not necessary her to examine ; but the! Ncw-Olcaiii: being nearly equal,) the 12 hours fro::: are not ialial-itjMits'of:. this (ten it'.ry, h'it i I i 3 1iii.Mi DRUGS, .;.--1 ha\ IMX'\CIJ by tliJL wh lp.u.r (halt -iluute.
of the unsafetyvof the mail in a tletmtr en hi\ C in th- Commonwealth of "n-! illil. It is thereforedteru taLe arrivals from .ew-York' and B.tltin.llc.\ If 7th TcttcMof! (.; f':n.N.' I.i ll.'f o.;:::[.:J.i'ni. tie: patient
impression Mobile P, would be saved and thus reduce I
I .ns2Coa 'd and! order d thi said ,idl.c.l.1 d!p.o freth drugt whit h il b oI.J low ir. .
existed in the I have UIl'S! nts appear ianjesiipj.ly 4-c., w : : apj'Uiitg; "Si'- Jiutir.fjt icubtf;' fIt part
de ceiff*, nut only Department, I the tine on the grand route fron: New-York t., : \- ui.'l ;u sutr the compai! tr.ts bill filed herc.n; (>n for ras>h, or ap;.roved credit. wish it :.'i'tinctly: tr11..ifI out of wa'ertth

todbt, but tl.it the great majority of thc commer- : Orleans to the astonishing short period of <-i;ht day 0:r before the tirM :Moi.diy :n ( )-'.(,bert next, tl.at the st>:o
fitlftVlic\ hflii'he! same opinwi, if evinced by the and twenty hours; we have therefore 34 h'jurs to s.in.c shall be talc, n piCt rftssu and the mattrrs therein uliC'ists le tlurned, te1fs'fir qllallll' nJ entirt'y 4. It is ai;> ; 'ilC of the t fro1*, .-. .or U ur!< and

t h 1f'1 that nt insurance: a: rc asohalll ales can be inHV up our ten days, which we will set down to contingencies 1.1:1.I I i'jcrtfd accunhngly! : Prori-ittl, That this, order 1-e tiiJtorly l to tIlt purchutr Scitd> II tM.es the pain a nI jr:1,1( out in a

tiiNUnoe ob'.aiiicd Mc. m n'Se1S, which arc to and that the mail 1,uhlifhrd in v iii" aulliusi-f' d newspaper printed in Am-.nc the amcltsrecltiTCd is-RowAND> TOMC >n.TURL -- short lira'.
I say can positively be trJ.II-- lets d li i"tfjct oive a wi < k for months.THOM : v. hirh is 1.cl'rt.sn.tt,1 :. y the -ropnetrr; : if- '<. & for ii.fljpird Wtvtucu'sue.Iinrs nrt a!* and (.I..rtJul.r.l
).Iy 'e;'uiun III even: tll m.tkc a iinslc transit across .'"f.l d from the city of New-York to the city of New 2-1.; A" RAN D.\LL. Jn.lyp. -..UF.SlI LFFEC1CAL RCMEUI FOR THE FE H. A.NP :; illS superior tt> any n fu.r-r. } et l'\\ to

tae ""liny I LtP.'' *'."M ha.ils general y, are adverse Orlcais in the short space of ten days. Th'j advantage N.i'iK_K.: --A.I pT.>rn> arc neuy u'1'\\ .niu ill AGUF., E. B. PElthl:, :. the i.ceiical! f.inM: :: I h is murii #a;,'r t-a! : mercanal

I toO uif tna-misMOti.of ti.tir money, and other impori- ti the great commercial interest these two im- _ain>: trt'Uii; r fora 1';.. ui-qry r.ott f..r :'wmtj.- .IJI"! T.Octobtr30th[ t 1S3C. llrf of ,tiny I piepartiuu; wf that inar ri.k':. b.( .eC5 t; itdo .'!

arf' nlHl.If'! ? pioperty, by 011.) mode at all Ii- ponuus of the East & South need no comment. lute dollars given I by tlie MI' MTIM! r. dattu :.,) 25'lt tJ l ORUl-N.'i ..-Aii'Jdiu.mc: to curry IIIV nr. lay tne patient liable tu ir.ji.iy from exjiu.-e to

dijj t. i i is> or .Icstrutlion: -such as ti.e e' voyage in LOCH-ACKAY. 1-33, .bd: paya'.tie' to Robert Fo/l>( -, as the .same w il. .0 rfii Ect, an act (,f the govcruur and ki.iyathc: cold.This

u -4 am Hit, ,3 .rcn.'rally 5tipr)se 1 to be subject to ; ':o* bt paid! on (he ground of ii'' r'.ij<' virmsscf mCrma.i 'n thrown c: irI 5 VI' f'. 'It: 'FT. s\tral! a.-us cuIerIiii.g: the city of allahassL," ]as.. ing. Where it i.U. irnj't s>ibre or 1/pr\&dt.i.t to heal the
I o f viiHKli--c-nKuUiTt Szminole Indians.-\Vc arc gratified to learn, -.------ ed I7ii. i'tLriuiry I.JJ. e.\ternai sore, ia co.seque.ce II the bone 1 coming

in ::1, s-i-wicr. "f l. .e Sttrctary ('f the Tasury b} thai the special delegation ol'Cnifls.vln were I .' Ll.NU lj lilT"W I" -il C.V:- ti. Be it Qrt' : Jlt..* ly tit ;Inlwe':: and council if the elf?! can us or wtcu. u will :tyjith'-pio rt-s of the: canes

tj, ., .%.. > 'I ,.v circuhr: rtf=;" fili.gr: tie c.usc..f the bent In the Scmiuole! Nation to AI k3nf''I. laS: 1M, j i'! TIE subscriber, it I.SK.A.: .-;orrorni.r.if JefitrUi tj Till .hasit :, T ha tti-' Illlt m1.1/ be, u.d I h.: is l.' re- iicrea.-etii<- fuantitv; of the du-cljarge, remove the of

x .1 c:1: : tl: r*, fctt.nu bo tts &1., -uid par- to mke an examination, of the tr.cl of ruui'.ry! ) ',_. S 0".11 and :,i. >nrnt.-s."if >. (,I t.-. 'ot tah. to the '.uhin 'by tiu.hunzei! ad! tquired to Clap',.} svluC l'VUIttt.l.t: fensiveuiell.. od va-e the pain.
linen to the Iuliiti in Ten ;i- C'-ncral, :handsome: : ; i"-"rlIHC': 'of 'he follow .' ai-d lour l-ita i iti It curf thf? worst Felons U'l.itluw--. on an application -
ti. I u' u: vu-"- iVta :':.*i.i'i:! !, have: cnuMedx ; that itory. have< n -.-.I.lr"I-! .lJf-Iu-lTt.wr.t( ; I ",. Viz I" rsoll to survey lay (.1! M'Car.y tlr.,
ir'Ctv ; read's :
of hours
. '. ; l. : tlir octit-r with Mj.. '::: an, }the jiire.'it u he aon > iccordiir.; tu biicli plan as he may devise and adopt ; -k'
\ :. 'n : t : n'ittrs : s' j T '
!: rb l1U Ci Rheumatism.ich huvo-tooJs" : tecom
MljJt'.ltm'li1 : ; Jnl-I' >\ lucli: said: [ I \11 sal! f!tHUtl in the r.fficc 11' lit Clel k long as to
...- f ;: 1l-Ull1..11111'jetr, yiid lighivsed I,:: 1 Ii'iL1 : 1l0'D.; .
ill -.. .1 inpr. i n, as 'U .cil. ignorance h Ji 'k1 of ths Jld.'tln"dl-s\ldlubtll'ei! htyfcdinlr'ngul a systematic disorder icijinres medicine lie taken IOvardl
with I li will
UiurM l he rrculSirtf'tl:: that tliedcpuJaJioti :
'I .:. 'i'.ie:: riwre i \ iiOit e.'Uirp'-d: c..d iho: ort.I : 1 I 'I .;;!; i ib..h, Gr.'sdtni; I It.uian, Lntesi"t.; : l lllackj :: and M.xy: t.t in iii\adlh, ant I sna.l; bdtfM:nited by ) to remove them entirety. Hut iu uiost corumott

41'. .. .ied .:,.4 4 K.11 t,) '\"Ie to ti'tv' : ; Wl C'l'lt. in .persua. ice < t t't.c! tieatv''f j :: :" :, lii.ic. G i:; ;'. It, I I'niK, ..i.il whift I "'i..reiu'es, the klaIt: C. 4* D. commencing at the mos \vti>- cases Oy applying this Ointment eiteruully:! a, directedit

...,' .. .*' i ., i.*<* ,H a.: rtn.1: d. I c' 'uud at pyynea 131l n'i. tr- Col. (Ji-tMlt I tn. 1111!I i .-.-Md Siik! :" ill .. ulj', li-h !J'.1; !Mil. :-l. \ tl'.et! Itrll I." a.1 ..rtic-tdii.g &ast.'EC. will give relief And even i ill o.u: pt-opltr wbu*
.0' MaIt: *&!, z.i8id tl.at1..\ iLst.-tniii if t.jv ,':<;:.ioiirnjjutiv \ < ','T"I': IIn.. T.\TI < 1' :" ;,:, K'tnu'ii'- <:.dir. 111'I'fil1| '_'. J1.ZI.IlI-Cho.'rtlatlrdte a-itltoritij trfore5 pantA have been of luugcr t.tantluig.. 11 \\ in case UM

I, I' ,' t ::1 "*" t ,|I ''US' 4 f \.H ll'1e:1' 1 }' I vvi-ie 5 uis>Urd vMtn ti.e: ei n lit r\ tin? 't.s'iiiii, i iv.cn {i'ji..'r-n L j>'.111. ii'i .:<..eI'. !h"H\\ I.act.s i iI ri..h Lllltn!, 1 5 ..i'i hat ba.d I I"t3 shah be granted to surli 1 cliii us pain.

4'" r ivsk ,"lr.K.l1t1\. ;- to abJtiJiM 1 I.I{ Ir IMV* 0:1 ;j iie I'minsi: i I :.v" I 111"t.) ; [. ;. :-Mriiit.-. i'lHiii tna f.'III d J tro- ee.i.r. !atl'JIt", associations* as slut: make apt'.ica-( -To sea c\1ptainilunu master of ves"I l< this ointment

iM, 5'- S < *\rcs>':-\ f-r vtic *>.J.n I I ;tid reni.v n. .Aikisti I : us It iiv4.s i,< i.v.Mrr toI I j .. 1 I'd: : ; 1-, \.riinl! I'\|l tii-ii th 'rc'I'r, lor the purpose of in" 'ting! therc-tn a must be very valuable ill winter on our ua1 it beingvery

Vt dh1H. t I: ; tla'! r .. < < .lln; ..i' I lr '" < .". : nh.1I111 church nr rhapci and that the first ;apji.ca.ioii: hal! boeutille certain in its effect I ou C Mil-iiiL* or {>art airecte
!a., n t/Io J'11 ::ttilf; I ( -'I.tIzOfl: COI.p':('! .fC.)!, I Hid k; I I j i. f- >tilU: < .i : -
tJ-.ui, 1., "' .'. ,. nr1. Lini.ii Fnrni- 11 to tht: first cloict.r with fruit it hk'i c preserves is ujlitiea iu all climates -
1 i.iri.-.n
!' S ply >}., ic octap I IT 1 J.tJl't"T: I J1tt.: !, 1''t.11:1a: : :UH: t'n rd olilt'f'I(! r. i ', t
I ; I't. C'l'! I.* Cn-sir" anal l Ca.-Miittts r 3. lie itJicitho vrdaintd bit tAt autris'iy acrt5 -
i'U' i' -
.1 i .l'tt'.e t'lnuty .
,1 ..J sh4i; th j I I .c i. C'1* ? utl: 'a, w ie :it Pt.rt (i.lf! !
I II' !.jf'a.liL'1 i 1 I : ',,.' ". :'rod-'.I.:-. St. tcl and l Iu.i' ,- nil, i li.n saul grants arc ai.d .Jiail .'c made: 't j,jn con- A large mass testimony proving theaop of this
r I'i.ih Ch t4:1, :j.1\ !4i.'_....l ni ; .i !iI J..L| t ('.ily with Mf I IJ excellfiil ..dicine ill l I.r sIi, VM to these who
i i(' ro.1. ..it :.. .: I. diii..: that! th" said cun re:aiio;! r .\:>.V'CKU.U.:, !1all, m
4' ,,; ".. ,. t."t S I.a1JortX..tfj J,: >"*Kfj, ', "wurt.j atm. >c.ierni'rio.Mi I t.e! Gcovial. : wuhn two years, from the (late of thr- ..\mt, croct .trhuicli wish further lufox/iutioii on ap|.ucutuu! iu Dr Her>

t i : .'. S ., :IC ti I j:i C zi.j; JIH..ITS; fiX 1' the Unit-d' : Stu.cx.: : j lv: \.a.'h I :: 1 I i. .LiiL D "r litRE. or chapel on tne lot gr.mtfd thcuI ; and if Uiu toai, or tu any of his aut'.mnztu .geieis.above .

1. ... S lit:- |Il>: cjj.-t *! 1 iirii! liiu najtiiti --iiali cuKitiieiirc tin)ViIIuy c ..1dit ion be not pertormed, within tlu ti.iii! .'-uii.ed as "h* mrdicuiu sold by special appointment of
u. utng ;' '* !., : ..' if u.; A' home .is toon a: the .lIJ'l1ln wn j .vla'! '!c I'td < xt"nSi.L s.in IIi of li.iniw.ii--; t "u aTorcfaal, the said grant i>h.ill Le iLemed ana held vacatuu tS.. patentee and warranteu genuine.
:, 'j '. S Vvi' .iUf'fl' J\ I! mike; '!::IIIIj.; ;' |I" ;illanJ l'rk,-s, l'< n I' f'.ln''poIns and utterly null and void. t.PJIUIS.: DRUGGIST.
llH 1'r' t L'jeireiiiiirraiion, lti.1ac;
's .. :S _.. F..- i' ...u,:. I torto il.obcaunole '.niiie.:' It is 1 :: '- ''0' 'f1, :/'>r-, !Lwkv, A. :ers, <"!:u:i--ls, i'.., *< i.rthti I'a.iS'-d in council the 1 oiii .\,PJ'il 1533.L. Tallahassee._February 24th 1:' oped tl.i-v -
\ ,.. II' i i I :St foiii. .ptc a ,s irTi4!!! ft" ( u'H-ii' rs I'LAi ES.OOT& A. 1 kiu.1t't'Y
: ,
S "t. a. : those alllicted with Coins.
ivh oi*. :ota tiii > tali 01 whiter, and v.v uiulers -

fU '. l.' :'tIIt l .11 /:" .I'luilali I.iS .r tln" t.) \V.a !LIIItl'1', tc.akc ;) SHOES Attest AUSTIN, I l.t :dant.CHACLES II f. celebrated Albion Corn Pla tei atfjri>inst nt

..-: i a .!;<,..8y Vt.iruia .c 111u .- ;ari.tit: gi iiieiit& with, tiiat ooject In \ ievv.FAM f ) A large as .
I. : 1tv.. i te Cum out 1 by the roots without the lea S u: i't.
I' morn and rsLV\ \ c. B K made r A-V .-\:- o.-.':::Utt...*, .> I' i I'_ 1 _-Ir. pursuance vf r.fflirted with Corns
9tn C.I.TIFICATE-'I'o tho e on
c 5 .t ; n "if; iti 'If :, !h.f Bjslon .Mercantile Jcurnal. 11 f 1' shall tht l licitulter
law I ueand '
UJ'.D jl 1ZD : attt IllS at jn times Corn
used the Albion
I thrir! fee:. 1 do that I havp
I ".5. .S : :,1m ')4.t.A,., ... HI :I LcJ.c. tn iiMu \)j let.-\\ 'have. been inflr p8 u. : UluJ' ijtui .* i .. ui Prunell specified, to assess the tmunrial and county taie Pla.ler.'lth ceruly leiUCCp.-oI. Uetbre I had ned one
S to .. I' .I .., f'l.J'. '.u1 \ al.l ,. < t..: iu.il L. ;iui! t-Ct' !it'iitcil evin Z l.us : clti.:,l!!*> I .hlll... l > if Lton c-.uuty for tU year 1*-3J. | box it completely cured a U--m s.Ici hat troub.eii me
4 i .*t U.at Jhi tf'an'l'Jrv'II'l' : .)Cu.rTC'.ia..i; i.,,*t Hie moi.tii of IMC, Ni I.i.t ra river "HATS AND CAPS: At time house ot John Smith, on :IonJtthe 20th for ninny ye: rs. make tin public; for the benefit of

1. tt'-\'ec4. ro: t i.ue and Bi.ih I. litti ..liv i.rnn.d I ::' day I f .May. tl'l:1clfHcted: : that painful: complaint.
S i. ':'(I i At'.l"d
: i..t t >'rrtcog.: .'!! wi.h tne :Ice wt.icn has:tluuMcl ,;' A M.ptTiOlM-'Soltil.flit Oi! the At the store of John D. Parish, on Tuesday the 21st \\'. SUA\V.
S ;'Alr; ,trJf (' J1I-tr"c- Y- .
f. ., j'1'4" I .*vij lue I.IMand; ; that 1 the \viti-rs m I fur like.hafe must raahionable HATS & CAPS of Mny.Xt Flushing, L. I. Feb. 25."
,!! .. t. .. I the house of Solomon \Valkert
< -1. u t. ]jti4 tiU 'i r; k Wednesday
II L 111 u cua-jequcnc.-.>< 11 .several fctt, .vl.ile the au ..e r- .>!:*. I'KIC:. oU cents a t box.
: '.:. i"'r to jrciv,', tiiat il, the 22d day i-f May.
t ;vty I vv.t rs oj I iiic liver have, t fnuii the sa true cau.t-, GROCERIES.A At Ma nulia on Thursday, the 23d day of May, at nIL UIlLF'ri: AROMATIC PILLS FOR'F.-
I 4 1\44 ItS ili{' O the Ulood. i its ,'ucula-
-JUA.i.d pf'CJ.lj. I fnL'ii M) .ovv, tt.al luimiTOi.s! rocKS and i i. lands\ the house of John M'..uect.At M.LES.The) purify quickt-u
t" ._.**j.; !{. ;vu,i:\ s *- ho Lave :,it'Lll tion, assist the suspended operations; of t natoie. and area
? :Ih\' laco I n, i .tl. nave never *een the lio.it of iar g-toik in ail: it> % anety. :t. Marks on Friday, 24th day of May, at Kerr .
I general remedy tor the ' oIJ. that tin l pub*.c are puir>.itzine tii.jvei, afiij."itt.ieir apj't-; r.ce in the river. and Siurges. prr\'

.t;# :'.1:. to..it tMns.tr..H 1\'il!i ., *:Ii: l'ie io.v ojioijndi al)' Put Butialo me stated to hei..tlIJJtl' FLOUR.I'ifty At the store of Wm. W. Briggs, on Saturday the tlie IcinaU1 |Port of society. -"Sicknt-K"1 he 1'ilU are r.articulnriyptfi' ot.ihe
t :1. : -: ciou in the (Jn' n 1'aipi.ation
'- ; _.USU.ib. iy xvay "it luf j.' a.iiu kl, and mile d.unago; i itas been (tone: to 25th day of May. I Hear' (;.ddines<. holt Ureatl. i1InIImm2 Iff lh' Spirits -
IuI-ae,.. : i : In coniiriintion of the J Barrels siij.enorne\v t wheat flour At the house uf Sebastian Friuman, on Monday ocieIV
heI j t .XICMOIJ. uuorbiioi: rnjt.ity III coiise-pu-iice. Dej -citon and Disinclination t*> Lxc ci* .and 2> -
the 7th of
t *..t4; \\ : tl.h uf -cu.oi L aUli I ui'ove, .ve nave just i eaid ti.nt tie! wzitcrsofChijcreu 1'- day May. ..'arn rd l ladies will iiitci the i'lt.'s! equally h>efulex-
t,5 ALSO. At the house of John W. Lee, (.n Tuesday tht2SthMay.
I ,' :,U..1"lj: 1", :ijjt '11:'H.. r .:oojni.i3 |1l'th'; arc lowered many: t tie* ; the Adelaide cept in case of pregnancy when they a'ust pot be taken -

.':..JI.,'. 4.i Cork & .
st. IJ r.4 p 1. .iu > 'i ork tu ? UIK-JIIS. I lrt'I'1 nave no water :0 Kep them in ope- : 2ith) May.At celebrated l Cambn.ui Tooth Ache
i. Tin Ga) Salt Ready ALSO'l'iie
ware Looking se -
.r.l rJiuu -[ lork Courier. the office of Dmitll'Raeny, in Tallahassee
-.5 iU-up /M-v.i is loll} bt 'I I I Pills, which give iuimertmte relief: without the least
trjmtpoUcU I l/o- \\ e coiiMiiei tue :tate *)! tlnnrjs described in the.alove made clothing stationary &c. &c. Friday the 31st day of May. will be found of
I t \ ot.;t c.-. 4 .1 .: <.rcild cf injury tw tha Teeth. On trial tins one
the U JAMES BRYAN Assessor.NEnGOOUS. .
aCci ... it b jwts \at I! paragrapn to be truly alaatnin l'rellunJ I I JAMES I .\l'\ll LL1Zi 41 tf the bcst remedies known for this coinpiaiat. Price 50
.1'VW of ,
..- >a .n I uis.ulau I us C'HI."l- 11eUC's may follow from the breakiiiL'j! I 1!i T 1114hasonm'f'r: 15th 1 1S31. Sltf : enU a \101,

,1 >.J' us .h to U'..:, 1 tae been gov i way ol tins dam of ice, which can hardly be :;: f ..'( HJ; 11..H.lhAH.. ; ': UKUCLUIKS- None is genuine unless signed oo the outside printed -

.1 iy. \\:Lak I S.as aicddy uteu. JUt c on c. r. i i jiradual. \\ e sliould not be surprised to receive I|i DRU.\JAIUHJAL'SLE.III: purMiancu of E. S. ROBERTS & Co. wrapper by the solo proprieton T. KIDDER

act d.: 'J tae route, and my data may be ccctnvluJCCl. by another mail, the news of an inundation along I an _rdcr issued irrn the ell ks olm-e of the superior 1b A. k. lattlj rtctivcd troiu iNevvork.. a general immediate successor to tt.3late DrV.. T. Conway.For .

'.. file bank ui Niagara river, attended with great cou.t, t..r t'ic; .Middle District of Florida, Leon comity, II assortment of safe at his Counting Room. over No. 99. (o.ur.
., 2d M l-33 and direcud the treet, near Concert Hah, Boston, and also! hj his special
ati >u J tc-rC7jneraIfitriuttnt on the cxteni Jestructiou of ;property and life. Similar obstrucUons dated No. )
the district aforesaid I ahnll the appointment by
inrcut on a much smaller scale have been the : proceed on Monday
|u.ltujc uf wail : I causeofgiet : IPERKINS..
aicoinmouaticn .o 21th of June bell auction i'. the :
i day nevr, to at public BOOTS&SMOES
-ns ut the Umi u calamities in Switzerland The town ofisrtiijny :
fciuusubUhhtd: TalUhatsce. March 17 Id31. 30tf Diugzi't.
Lat fal a store William Burgess, iu U.e city of TallahasMC ,
lei loJl .. s..t.g..s aiiu ,eJ..a bo.tis Horn allali see to .% m ISIS, was overwhelmed) by a body all that \alu:1.LIt and well selected assortment <>f JJ.fl"A' .fJ..lvv J.1.i.lS, A OEAl, 1 1 liK .l- oR THE IU H i

't: 'suu and Mob.U- '1 Ins muu has bct-nni succtss- of water, accumulated by an accidental I obstruction dry-ginnU, hardware ,I lid groceries belongmj to said ItEAD --1\IAlJE CLOTHING.Also inveterate, in one hour' application.
L. pu..noa for the i of the river Drause I\ a barrier of iet.'laich IJiir. ot the r.stnutcd value of fifteen thousmddnllira HOWEVER
last :nioutiib, and -lino' tiC..IIi1 j ; from taking cold by using Dam-
I 11' jr.uughjy Ji'roi blcll1atical gave way wHile an engineer \\abemployed in attempting : -to satisfy spear and Patton. und others pl.un- a small assortment of Vies' Ointment. This preparation for pleasantness,
-t" uaic its a-ntmuanw to to reduce it gradually. Forests, soil, litf, on attachment : William G. Harness. The HARD N ARE safety expedition case and certainty, stands unrivaled -

:tuJ amhst miout a failure (and that ..Itntuia- I houtefc, cattle, &c. were swept away to au extent l'riusof: ale \\ ill be: For all purchases not exceeding f.r the cure of this troublesome complaint.! It is so

lr -liu>cs-unconnected. uhilic tiator!) has: pUceo"n I olbeven leagues. $50, cash ; over fr30 and not cxceedinc: $5UO, fix and Glassware look- rapid as well as certain in its operation aa to cure this

II (? sOlid basis tf .:malllly. 1 he distance I LOYAL ASSASSIN.-A correspondent of, monllib cudit will be allowed ; over $500, and not exceeding Crockerywarc I disagreeable disorder most effectually iu one hour's ap-

, It TallIl.&loe: t | Mobile, SJOnulw, can betctnalkl4a p..1.Scd the Uichmend Enquirer mentions that a man na. $ .OUO) eitkt months credit ; and over that ing glasses, etc. etc. plication only !
W ',llrl\ bum twelve months tl'.tlit-Lonus with sufficient security It does not contain the least particle of niercnryv
:med I'HOMAS approached thc President at Alex-
and other which offer
#'C Together witli they
Augu.ta.Ga., will be which bonds will be many
,h required, charged other ingredient, and be appli-d: with
lance o, SCO mile, there Cl1bt no direct stage ac- Biidiia ana tendering bis, hand, observed, (z'enera with an interest of JO per. centum per. annum, from for sale on the most reasonable terms for cash or approved dangerous females may or to children at

7nft140.4t..o ; lut were I.is hiatus uI'plied hich !, if you will promise to reprieve me I trill mur- the time of their becoming due until paid. credit, at their new store in Monroe-street perfect the breast.safety by pregnant

'C j 1)! .l'll.d 'ier the dattarct" alluding to Lieutenant HAHDOLli. The sale will be continued from until all lahassee. 24 tf
If CO hours more, the entire route from day to day Price. 37 1-2 cents a box, with ample directions
1'1 t1rlI. -Orleans! would be the goods arc disposed of. Country merchants and N 0 1 JCt--kaled: prt.MJSJls will be received until DUMFRIES REMEDY FOR THE TILES
n41 .J 141ch J complete ; an dealers generally, w31 find it their interest to attend the first day of September next, for building actntrtwmtse leave to recommendtichbe
I The begs
lilen- ha\e 1I101t tILt! :at: doubt Hill uke this sale it is seldom that in the town of Alon'ieello JcrUrs'm CO1nI proprietor
t.bCt* \" lLt i place, Bench Warrant.\\e are credibly informed that ; valuable and extensivean does with tire fullest confidence) one ot" the most valuable
[ l proper representations arc made to the Jackson has sent out the Marshall and his officers assortment is offered to the public. ty, Florida This court-house shall be a wooden l uid remedies known for this troublesome and painful

[;!t /"*"", Ull
upon theia tan be entered into. tate, and drag him to the District for trial.- 1 'fIlA.ED.-Ffl.in my larm & miles east ot i aJla- jury rooms, 2 clerks o.'Hces, and an office a piece for a nougli to say, he has in his possession the most undoubted -
Permit roc to 11a see on the 27tii day of April last two Mules marshal and a sheriff. The workmanship shall be testimonial that it has completely: an-
give you n ho"1. burvey of the a.dvan- These otlicers arrived in this city on Saturday last, more ,
t, Lo tl.e C01li18CtCI&I, as well as the but disappointed have returned to hunt him the one a large send colour, with a chcsnut main and plain, neat and durable, to be done at such time as swered the purpose for which it i is intended, than any
travelling be the court- -
com- tail the other small black mule. may required by
r.n.y, ofI1S Any person taking other popular medicine,
LflCcv11k', fOUI.r, over thc route from Augusta, elsewhere. It seems to be taken as granted, that them U? will please leave them with Mr. Jtycn on the For further particulars, persons disposed to propose This remedy is perfectly! innocent in its application; ,

Col'roLlb' 10nt.gomery &c. This u* the Federal process runs into this county of the plantation above mentioned, or with Mr. H. Hay ward arc referred to a detailed 'plan in the hands of Edmond to all conditions. ages and sexes. Full dirf ct oci.

.te, at prcu L. ,e only one in operation, over which .single nation" called Virginia-and that all! are Tallahassee, and they shall be suitably rewarded. M'Daniel Esqr., living in lollticetl, or if it be desirtd description of the comf.lawt.! accompany each

;rand aCl",'t.rn Baa from Washington bound to obey. The Governor of the District of 41 if GEO. L. FAUNTLEUOY. by those at a distance, copy thereof shall be sent packet which consists of two boxes. Ointment and

Jty dituly is tram- Columbia is a doubtless. them by mail. Proposals must be pO L..paid, and directed i. J for the whole, or CO cents if
passes over, what is cahed in great man OH COLD BATHES.-The subscriber Klcctuarv.: Price, .
:4. )JnLry, and U Georgia, the Jefftrtonian Sf Time_,_ WARM infonm the citizer.s of Tallahassee to Mcssifl. M'DANIEL: 1 r hut one of the articles wanted.. ,,
cons \\ M. BLACKBURN L .
qucntJy mountainomiu. nuless i the ontsidr
highly that he has Room O None are genuinne signed on
nt-Arly opened Bathing attached to his
throughout ED.
whole extent and notice all whom it M'DANIEL, ( hy the ole proprietor, T. KIDDf K
to concern
ellever have ; Hereby give may shop, where penoBiean have either warm or cold bath, printed wrapper
bills HOLT.r
have you ban dAles, and wilea 1 thai I Khali,.BU:weeks from the date hereof, apply from 5 o'clock. t%* morning until 12 at night. 405w immediate uccesr to the btcr.. \\ T Cos WAI -

dales, yc.u !haie rirc ; and al hough such i. u> the judge of the county court of Leon county, for 4l3w PETER 1l0BI SON. 4-'UFr'.1.. WIUKl A\U l"LUU.t.ll4.L u--- For sale at !I..i; Couutrng II o,.m, u\d ru. 11>, ur
e i n a .tage cub at the letters of adnaumtraUcm on the estate of WilhanzChristie U ceivcd Irom New-Orl.-ans. lnet ni-nr Concert I.aI.: I'i fti>r.. ai-cl a'so( .ft t : L"unrcial "'

Lour, may ive the traycUcr Ufdy raw of *>ur miles deceased. YlUU, B. WUTTALL. BLANK BILW OF LADING"Neatly 5.) bar-, coffee : 5:: '..nrIs w ..nUrv : 2> barrels tF ur. \ appointn. r.1.. B F'i'F.x1-. (1'\0. 4 '

V u opportunity in 3u4: j n 13 '. UGw and kept for sale at this Office IVr sale by E. JiLiXA Jis-f.oLJU: 4 1 if I, iv.luLas.-cu! March lOtt! I'J-r.'XIHr ERCC IST*



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.f 1 .... '.. T H E F L O R I D I A&- 'ALKRLi:." C. B'S WICK, / 4 OMIlitSTRA TOR'S NOTICE.-. the of Leo next I, "" stand in tI'e city of T&II1I&Ze., .ir'

vs > Attach. in Lton 8opc- lJ&. term of the county court for the county I Plwltell' HoteL 11 not disposedst of' II

h t .7LZ4ULD TtBT IATUKD4Y MORN1KO ATftdr RICHARD LOYD, J rior Court. shall Apply for settLement of my account u administrator I of October the f>property will be rented .

.1 &nuaio wce-HH Five in six month THE defendant is hereby notified that an attach on the estate cf Aaron Bannister deceased, able terms. THOMAS CIa

hfls issued in the above cue returnable to late of said county. HARPY VICKERS. [C4ltf) :343m krRitzmlesAerritor 1IIr

'I 'N a1*;* U D*discontinued unless at tivt option of the next term of this court and the defendant and all I LOOK OUT.-Ranaway: fromthe: sub- T of Florida t Jackson 1

t the Bdiw 1 bc A re :rea.rapaarepai4, other persons interested are required to appear and t on the 19th inst., living in Flo- Western listrict March county ti u '
to the declaration 'LLJ L Leon man LOVE- > term 1833..
plead T. BALTZELL, rids county, one negro
Ad vtrti tolerable mo- QfutUr 3e, :
343m Att'y. for Pl'ff._ I' LESS. Loveless is a bright t__
i ,fie cents per square for the first insertion, and are authorized to announce JASON BR1N- ]Il&tLo, his teeth out before, has a down look I anti, vs: WiUiam MlJfkn ell, JfifoS.Belt_

jifty cents for each subsequent continuance. All ad* V V SON Esquire, a candidate to represent Leoncounty 7// when spoken to i about 35 years old : took Horn W. Holt, defendntt.-ln cfcancwy.

in the -,- with him an old shot-gun. One negro wo- appearing the sa aactiouof the
33tf coon
next counciL
legislative IT t-
:. vcr tisemcnts will l be continued until forbid,unices other r RO CTRlEs: PROVISIONS I man named PINK, Loveless' wife, dark complected, ia net inhabitants of tius terrL.-' .

wise ordered '. St;' Marks. AND received at I slim made : took with them three of their children .. therefore it is ordered that the said defeadaau i
-Kcrr and Sturges have lately received 'Isaac about 5 old Ellea about 3 years old and !' h ham Moderwell, John S. Holt and \VUJiam I
and communication the from N. York Charier and and years of Landreths' ftrden, 3'ppear
The postage on aU letters ton New.Orleans FULL supply superior
months old. a and the
5 bill
Jane about answer complainants
Cditor must be paid or, they* will flat receive attention hive on had 450 sacks ground Liverpool: 100 barrels The above negroes arc trying to get back to Worth- A herb and flower seeds just received PERKINS.and warnntedfresh within! three months: otherwise the bill will,filed be"rp 'w
flour E. B.
superfine 50 ditto and
: mess prime pork : Pink will to by
Carolina where they were raised. try ; confesso. And it is further ordered that.IS
I 32tf
1!; 8000 diito pounds bacon side: I 0 hogsheads Orleans sugar : pass for a free woman, by the name of Pinky Boon, March3Oth 1833._ thin order be published in some authorized S'i
9 molasses
: 10 barrels and bread 20
REl\10V-AL. pilot navy : as I understand she has obtained a pass to that purport Tallahassee once a week for three mon
teircesrice: 66 bags Ha van na coffee 10 boxes MART1NTfALMEB-1 ATTACHMENT. '
; sperm and .
r Subscriber takes this opportunity to inform candles r 5 barrels oil 2 ditto linseed ditto 2 -any person apprehending said negroes lodging answer, panic be permitted to take depo:.

Tug Customers, and the public generally! that he jilio train ditto : 20 sperm ditto old: monongahela \\hiskcy: : I them in any rewardCORNELIUS jai so that I get; them again DEVANE., shall receive OSWELL E. BURT.and another) ant. relte d in. cording to law.
} defendant persons A
)1:*$removed bis Confectionary to the house of Messrs.i 30 ditto common ditto: St. Croix and Orleans rum: a liberal' 4llf THE above will take notice that suit his been true copy,
., & M, A Armisiead near the Capitol Square, where Holland and May 5th cases attest, SEARS BRYAN cl I
common gin : brandy and wine: 60 kegs attachment issued, returnable to the
of LI&UOR3 Justices court, Leon ) commenced, and Marianna, May 11th 1832.
ht hand the best of nails assorted county !
,. keeps constantly seizes ; iron and castings : which together said GEO. WARNER, Att'y. for Pl'ff. ..
All kinds: -also! various kinds of Wine and Cordials, I a goneral assortment of articles in the groceryand '. June term, 1833. S court. 32tf JSOTNJE.TREASURT 4

Porter, Cider, Ale-Candies?, Sweatrncats Pickles, I dr .goods line, they offer at moderate pices. Turbutt R. Betton, successor of J..1| March 30th 1833. DtVaRTMti?, FLoi

Jtc&c. Different kinds of Relishes at all l tunes, all of 5 SC7 Cotton, hides and produce will be taken at ftirLUUNT' P. Duval, commissioner of the city S1LASB.DENNISON.1 Treasurer' Office, Tallahasset, 10th .rryl I83 #
He tender his sinotrc I of Tallahassee Attachment. \ /n Attachment.LEMUEL I
Tfhich he offers on liberal terms. p rices. 33lf vs RULE has been established at this
1) thanks to his customers generally, for their liber- i vs:: i I Three casexAttachment. BURROWS, } : A of the Le
In number
consequence great
unremiiied i Robert Pendleton suit has been convnenced &
the by notice the above
ycar-ft1U1 hopes ,
pl favors
past Sank Notes in cinuilation in
.... TAKE now this tcrrjttq ...
continuance of theirp.trona Subscriber has assortment I 1 the of Monioe and ,
attention to business, to merit a THE an justice's court, for county That no Bank Notes will be received '!
best Stell Saw Cotton Gins, assorted The same, the attachment made returnable to the next May term, ectors others ha ffQIITQI
or viDg i
R.K.WEST. sizes, from 30 to 71 Saws, which will be sold at 82 and vs: 1 of the superior court of the southern judicial Ariel of. but any such money to PI] _
as an:
treasury, current at the time < :
July 10, 1832. 47 tf $2,25 per saw on a Credit until the first day of January Thomson Mason. ) Seven c .ses. Florida. All persons interested therein, are:hereby requested ment is made into th tre r

I P. 3.: R. K. West has just received direct from next, to good responsible purchasers. to be and appear at the court house in the city 39tf CHARLES '\J>isury.T1N,

Baltimore, R large; supply of the very best, qualitier of Magnolia, May 1832. 4ltf BENJ. BYRD. The same, Attachment. o f Key-West on the first Monday in May ext, to U M1 WSI 1tA'fIU:&'8 Ttrrilmd:3:

4 Swoons AND COKFECTIOSART.-Hus friends and the -UNI'rEO STATES MAIL, STEAM-BOATS vst !I show cause, if any they have, why judgment should demands .NU'fJCl-AlllX!

:\ lovers of good eat ltg and drinking, are invited to call George F. Cheic. ) Pour cages.Attachment. not be entered according to law. having whatsoeYernatureagaa};
of ohn M'lver
find judge for themselves. Oct. 30lh 1832. 11 tfN. A NDREW JACKSON ANDLVERSAILLES.From R. R. FLETCHER, S. I. C. estate deceased, we ft: Co- 18th 1833. 27lf sent them,lo the administratrix without dckp
1 The Key-West, January |
;. 11 Le1.-Aiiyersonshaviflg! lawful claims against tambus to Appalachicola. The same, -.------ they are not presented within two years the*vi
.ne estate of David Davidson deceased>> are is- auu\e ,,iii Columbus TS: } apORT8 lES'S NOTICE. forever barred. MARY M'fWBR '
a tx.a'::> ludve alternately, every Eli Lester i
quesced to oresent them to the administrator, who is Monday and Wednesday, at 6 o'clock A. M. for Appalachuola Three f castS Tallahassee May t Ith 1833.ADAJIMSTKATUR'&NOTljk. .;

now ready to pay o.yer a dividend agreeable to the assets l and will intersect the new mail stage hue, : : -IiT ,1 j
hasfeceivcd.VM.. hERR adiu'tor.358w.. The Attachment.:
same }
which he ,
from Tallahassee to Mobile, via : Pensacola, at Aspa- txgfcitnt
Airi120Lh1833. h __ laga on Tuesday and Thursday at noon. In returning vs : 1
of I
Joseph R. Betton Two county Leon, ebdi sell to the lip '
,- FRESH DRUUb,-GARDEN SEEti; will leave Appalachicola every Thursday and Fridayat ) cuThe : on Saturday the 8th day of June next, cs tie ;;

received a full supply of Fresh Drugs and 10 o'clock A. M. and arrive at 4spalaga the next )ptfMW square in the city of Tallahassee, Lot lfLJ4 o l
JUST same.
days by 12o'clockAI. where passengers will find stAges vs : >Attachment.. 1 144 in the original plan of the city of T.'fi J s et i1

oi' 30JO) rirtRS OF KAKDRETUS' CELEBRATED GARDEN, for Tallahassee. William Turner. i ing a part of the estate )f James Bannisttr tttgr
HERD, A-NU FLOWER StED.: -HoBJNSONS' PATEN Ihll. The proprietors of the above light-draughtboatsha\'e A credit of four months will be given f;

1,1:1.-SAGO PO"'DEGERMAS LELCU.-EG L1I! i invested a large capital in fitting them up for the comfort -" 396w NEEDHAM DUDLEY,
AMERICAS TOOTH BRUSHES.-30 KINDS OF MEDICINA: I of passengers, in the confident expectation, that a The same, Attachment. Ida\

LbtKNOEs: -MATNARP & NOTE'S INK, AND INK row : discerning community will not suffer this (the first attempt \'b : A Sweepstake, for three years old colts, three mill CITY T TAXES.: The citizens of TaIi _

1 DEKs.--SriCES.- bINES, PERFUMER, &c. &C. to supply Appalachicola) with a regular mail,) logo William Hollis. Two cases. heats, entrance SI 060, half forfeit, to b( run over informed that the city taxes ferj

l\LSO.-A smaij lot Guinea Grass seed, which will: down for want 01 patronage. Wi H ibe Tallahassee Course, the Tuesday preceding the are now due, and they are'requested to pay Used

be sold low for CG.lh'or approved credit. Appalachicola, January 19th 1833. 22tf The same, ) next annual races-list to close the 4th day of July to the subscriber, at his office in the too foot.

: E. B. PERKINS.TuliaWsee 1Uat 1U 4iT U W4lWUSS.Atturney \S : >Attachment. .r next-three entries to make a race, the colt to be nami.i one door east of the court-house square, when

" : march 2d, 1833._28tf. at Law William Mason.The ) the day before the races. Three entries already attend regularly in the last five days of thisexgifinish

mmfI I made. his collectiona. greeable to law.

1 c ..s'.rOREA.GE. ROCKT COMFORT, MIDDLE FLORIDA. same, 'I .. ttachmtnl.V8 This will be one of the most splendid sveepstakes ARTHUR. CREWS, ,
-; April, 27 1633. 37-ly : I ver run for in the United States ; and wit attract the 38tf City Tax Cc ,

IN addition to his old ware-house the DOCTORS; Al'LEMOUE &. TKAULvVLLL Oren Marsh. )> Two casts. f notice of gentlemen who are fond of enrtracing the ,

ub: criber has: recently) erected a spacious building themselves in the practice ot' r mm I sports of the turf, in every part of the U nil n.I ..1 FIHD9::; !

80 by id feet, receiving cotton and oods. Physic, tender their services to the inli-ibilanli of Leon The same, ) I THOMAS BROWN, ieeretary.

TIMOTHY M'CARTY. and the adjacent counties, in the several collateral vs: )>Attachment. December 29lh 1832. I! tfNOTICE.The (.v supply of fresh dntt-I

St. Marks December 27th 1831. 19tf branches of their profession. Eli Gordy. )> + medicines : whicai
1L1 i iCii.-Kcrr and turges rcques-t those mdebJj Tallahassee April 20, 1833.BUSHELS undersigned having tsiablisht-U 4 I stock before on !hud&J { f
as an auctioneer and ('
commssion -
-, | .cd to them previous to the first of January last,, i. OO of ground alum salt for The same, ) : merchant, respectfully solicits a aoriion ot{ ft I : my assortment on

to come forward immediately and discharge the same Air'0 :;ale low if applied for immediately. VS : >Attachment. public patronage ; and assures those who nay employ & plete and full thaaaty' ,

.M longer indulgence will not be given. \J ;.." uia, April 13th 34tf J. G. &. N. IIAI%%LEN Edwa.-d lJaUard. ) I 'him, that it shall be his first wish as sell a> duty loendeavour I been. Among therarj
K. and S.; are selling off their present stock low for. merit their ecently received arcRowand's tome mmn !
: KERR & STUUGES to approbatu"! ,
a and retail and would sell the entileby | ? Ife and effectual: cure for the FtxtrandAguti Ca*
aSh The
produce, by same, ) Attachment. i Persons I
wholesale Jib'-ral Assignee of *V Williams, !( Petition to foreclosevs. ) unacquainted with him, are respectfully referred chlorine tooth wash-the best preparation kaonuiseascd
on very terms. vs : > his Goverror
to excellency Duval anl Thomas L
Taliaiiassee, larch id 1833. i Mortgage. William : teeth and gums : 30 kinds fancy nefc,
THEODORE FLOT ARD. J Bassett. )I Tico ta e3. '1. Bradford esquire, at Tallahassee and to Dr. \\ ee- : I l'zenes&c. E.: B. PhRKDt;

jfBVlE Proprietors of the noted and full flooded I ishercUy given to the said The<>tloreFlo- don, Shell-Point. FRANCIS B. WHITING. Tallahassee May 4th 1833.

JL horse GENERAL AN DREW JACKSON, in- NoTICE to all persons claiming or to claim by, The same, ) ;idP AH artices sent to him to be sold, will\ be ktj-t :

fbi.a die public that ne wijl stand the ensuing season, through ot under him, and to all persons interested, vs : >Attachment.Attachment.. free of charge until sold ; letters addressed tohim, 1'1- 'l\iIl OF .MATCH H0fc&|

Commencing on the |5th of March and to end the loth that a petition to foreclose a mortgage on lots in the Benjamin //. fry. ) I quiring his services as auctioneer in any pan of the A t',)r gale likely pair of uofl

<*<< june, at Tallahassee.Ttu city of 1: alkhasscc, (original plan,) numbered 181, M I. county, will be promptly attended to. horses, which are young and oft|

stallion is li -.well known throughput{ the Stales Id2 and 201, mortgaged to William Williams and by The same, Saint-Marks, 1arch 23d 1833. 31tl bay clout l and will I work well topn.u -.,

of Aubaiua: Louisiana and Mississippi, and in this him aligned to W ilham Kerr and Robert Murgcs, has vs* I r ,.,- *. E.J.ROBER'iS

Territory, as i' successful: racer, that a particular detail I been tiled this day in the office of the clerk of Leon Benjamin Tennell, ) Fire CaJe..t. Territory J an. 25th of Id33.Florida, Middle Disirici Gadsden Count: TdKaha-see, May 4th l33. J

ef all his performances is not deemed necessary. At Superior Court. -

the last Jockey-club races near this city, he ran for the JOHN K. CAMPBELL: The samt, 1|..ittachment.vs : WILLIAM: l U. HARRISON, 1 'I LOOK HERE :
vs > In Equity.
cecond days purse distancing all his four competitorsthe petitioners, herr& Sturges. :

,I1 tirst heat At the las Marianna races, he also ran April ?2, 1833. 37.4w David Emanuel. ) Ttco cases. RICHARD LLOYD. ) LOOK AT'ihia'! .'-'il*:: new SIBB',
for the second days purse,and distanced all competitor IT appearing: to the !iNfiinn of the court, that JLr'i has again just received per.: the schiaiaIy ,
with and lhe last Six: -necks utter daic, application will aid defendant is not an inhabitant of this tc't-
i the second heit ease ; ut dulncy races NOTIC& The \. capt. Fletcher, from New-York and?
he took the first days purse without contest. by the subscriber to the Hon. the Court same, ) Miy. It is ordered that the said; defendant, apjttaiand hia, a 'arge supply of fresn goods, viz: alu. .h'' 11r

; He is six years old, and of the best stock in the U. Hit the county oi Leon, for Letters of Administrationon Dtnni's Collins vs : S Attachment. answer complainants bill, within four months, :ment of fancy calico, latest fashions: domosiivj
the estate of James Hughes deceaseed of said Sf n'm. IIolli, othcrwU-e the bill will be taken cwno and it i is
I Suites, being sired by the famous Timoleon one of the pro ; a&so tment 01 \\ ilminglon'stripe : lasting & box?
; most celebrated and tavourile colts of old Sir Archy, cuunty. HENRY F. :SIMMONS further ordered, that a copy of this order be published rilliiig, a hai'dsonic' assortment tor gcnileaien ,_

I and his dam was by the high bred imported horse Tallehassce, April 27, 1833. 37-6w The same, ) ..Wachmmt."S i in s'line authorized newspaper in this district once ... mer ware : brown linen,very fine : green camlet:: "
He is blood of hands : > wet k for four n-onths R.LESTER C. &. M.in Equity.P.bruary2cl (
Whip. a bay-upwards 16 4c white beaver aiidt' j
'TO nCE -The undersigned executor of the last Richard Mitchell. velvet : gentlemen's youths |
) Two $ Ig33.
ca (
bigh, and unites great strength, with btauty: of form .1., will and testament of :Sherrard M'Call deceased, 243m mer hats : men's and boys woolhals: gentlemeu 1 i

end action. gives notice that all persons having demands againstsaid The Ttrritory oj fhnda, Leon Superior CllUrt.I thread gloves, saddles and bridles, best qu.JitJ1
Te. rru: $40.to ensurethe owner to pay if the mare estate are requested to present: the same duly attested same, i .'lttachmtnl."s I The exccutoisof Thos. Sedden, compl'ts assoi iment ot v ioiins,w ith extra long bow s: eierfi
Chall-I' '
.z traded)-$30 the season,deducting $5 if paid within : i1&. and dD"
S according to law.V 1\1. B. M'CALL Ex'torApril \'S ted silver pencils: gentlemen's youths ,
the aeason ; and $15, for single leap. The number. 27th 1833. 378w Wancij Barker, Executrix. Three caes. Thomas Brown and others defendants.ccry.. I pumps of all sizes.

cf uurcs will be limited>> as he will be run at the next appearing to the satisfaction of the (;out, tha- Ladies, misses and chiklrensdo.: torWLsesb4and |: j
/4.U races. mul'YC' %Ei.J. 4TID m maCDai1UJ Q The same, .1ttaehmtnt. Parker: Harriet Parker and Eliza *\. Jone*I sidt- clImbs, splended : gentlemen's bead P;

Good pasturage etc. etc. can be furnished on reasonable -LAilGK and complete assurtment \'s: \ p..rt of the defendants aforesaid, arc not residents i of t fashionable work caskets : do p cKet h ndkti-,'

7 terms, for mares from a distance, to which the proprietors it of Fresh and Medicines received James M.) M'Rea. Adm'tor. ) Thrtc cascio this territory, but live in some other part of lu! United do. worked and laced caps : a handsome asortri|
. Drugs
will attend No ,just -
requested. willDt .
responsibility from States.It ribbands : artificial flowers : belts : hir curls'f
; New York and Baltimore sale wholesaleand P. O.
: assumed for accidents or escapes. retail. Hayes, ) is therefore decreed and ordered, that unles snid I shades : perfumery : cologne water et(". : mostfet*
,, Certificates of the lull pedigree will be furnished. Country Merchants and Practitioners supplied VS : r ttac1arr..tnt.
" defendants do appear and answer the cumplainunu bill ubl.- leghorn bonnets nne quality,one of "i*:
For further particulars see bills, or apply to R.Hay- on most accommodating icrms. Joseph Elzardi Theodore Flotard ) filed herein, on or before the first Monday in Jut nox;, w dressed 10 the fashion of:N ew-York : an as*.r3

yard, J. H. Randolph, J. D. Wcstcott jr. or John P. M EDW. SEIXAS, ALL persons concerned will take nvticc that suit that the same shall be take.i pro confess and tie riiatters of splendid veils: Prussian red stockings, of iB
29 41 tf
March 2d 1833. "y Druggist, Magnolia Florida. been instituted attachment in the above I
gooth. _. ., 2btf by I thereof cerrecd of such as
| accordir.giy : PTrziued, tiat\ this} and colours : an assortment jewelry,
J. G. & ]Nf, HAAIUN P. stated cases, returnable to a justice's: court to beheld order be published in some authorized vspapr, printed fine breast pins, eur rings ami finger rings,ware
Henry Yonge by Thom..I. Bradford in the city of
in this
: district once a week for four.on.hs etc.: patent lamps : tacks : brass nails: a1"
HAVE received from .New-Orleans, andoffer Tallahassee oi. the first monday in June next. The Jan. 26 1833. 234m. THOMAS 16 inches dOWl
Attorney fy Counsellor at Law i.'ANDALLTHE s.n-tmcntof meta' bells, from \\
; defendants and all persons interested arc required to I"
amallestsize Goshcn cheese: fresh
50 libhwold whiskey, Q. INCY, MIDDLE FLORIDA. appear and&lead. A. W. CREWS Constable. WELL: KN \\ N HtKrii I:. : prunes I'11ft'
100 Fine J;:UL and fever drops, warranted to cure :
Kentucky bagging May 24 ffi33. 4ltf
23tf.tfDr. ,
100 Coils bale JOHN BmlBY.I : years old, as neat. as when imported, ands alst a!
50 Bbls. flour } JOHN B. ,. Jiuiices' Ceurt, Leon County, ''me seal: skin trunks: 30 bbls. weet : uper$1 '
informs June Term 1833. I suaud his season mvu. th. "
S WILL m tOWI 3 do. fine flavoured .scw.Y. rk beef: porter: .
10 II hda. Bacon
his friends and the Public, that his health is so William Pritchard, I :'.1. Florida, rind will render service and sunu other articles, which together wt "!

20 Sacks coffee, far restored, as to enable him to resume his professional vs.Richard } Attachment.Attachment. at >y 15 the season ; $25 insurance payablethe 1stof r mer stock y, constitute: a very handsone usortnd'
50 Bbls. Rum r
I' 2O;) Sacks Salt, duties. July 30 1832 50 tfDl Bryan, : January next, or when the mare is P1ted-.0 eta. %83m JAMES C. ECCEvt.
to the groom a of six -
25 Boxes tobacco, JOHN A. CRAIG,offers his professional*e7- MMM at the price of; five company mares will be icrved 1J
A. W. Crews, ) Every attention will be paid to VAN KVOUR. )
10 b.egs do. to the citizens of Tallahassee and vicinity.tlis vs. marcs left -with the horse, but no responsibility f fo- ac vsTFiOS.EATON. IN A TT ACHMEiT, 91
Magndlina, November 6th 1832. -- office is on Clinton-str. where he always cidents.
be found when absent may Richard Bryan. ) Two Case ) i irj1AKE
P HIV ATE ENTER"l'AIN l\lENT.-The subscriber ncss. except on profcssional busi31tf ALL persons concerned will take notice that suit Description.-John Henry is a deep red sorrel,full i notice the above suit has been co

,__ informs his friends and the public, that he will _____ been instituted in the above stated cases, returnable feet 21 inches high, with a small btar, his off lindu court for the county of Mo

for the future only keep a private house of enlainment NCTICE.-Do! tor LIONEL FLETCUER wishes to in- to a Justices' Court to be holden in the City foot.white. He is of the first figure, good action possessing made returnable to the next May term of the is
and promises always keep his stables well filled withcorn IT! form the public that he has resumed the practice Tallahassee, by Tbpmas M. Bradford, Esq. on the a great share of activity and muscular stimgthin court of the southern judicial district of Flow,

and fodder, and his table supplied with the best medicine-his residence is seven miles westof Tat first Monday in June next. The defendant and all 1 his form are combined all the escentials of a race persons interested therein are hereby request J

the country con affords and solicits the coun nuance of lahassee, ntar Muiry's Ferry on the Ocklocknee river. persons concerned, are required to appear and plead. horse of the first order.Pcdigrtl.John and appear at the court house in the city of Ktjj

hs: old customers and the public patronage. March 16th 1S33.!:! 306m, I ALFRED A. FISHER, Constable.May Henry wassired by old MuccleJohn on the first Monday in May next, to show

, Q.uincylay 18, 1633. 40tf. H. WILDER.ALTHSECURED.BytheuwoftheHygc. GEORGE HAWKINS 24, 1833. 4llf he by old sir Archy: his dam by old Potomac his great any hey have why judgment should not b

I Hi- :- ATTORNEY and counsellor at LAW, Marianna Storage Sf Commission Bussiness. dam by old Gallitan, and is 7 years old this spring. against the said Thomas Eastin ATKINSCJKey.West ,

man Vegetable, universal medicines the Brit January 6th 1831. 20 JAS. J. PITTMAX. W J. T.
e l College of health, London which have March 16th 1833. 302m March 30th 1833.
; obtained CHARLES E. : Wi I
the approbation and rcommendationof thousands who SHERMAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. FIRE INSUkA C .
have been cured. .'TILL Practice in the Courts of this District, and To Planters.
In Y V in Jackson County West Florida. His Office JNSURANCE against loss or damage by FIREcan ceV
consumptions, cholera morbus, inflamations the 6 t
in 8A.L4 ;
most favorable
Jefferson Street on appli- Copper
is on opposite that of the FOR'
ternally! or ? ague, indigestion N. B. All instruments of are now a large agent of the Protection Insurance SkininerI5db
writing will be Copper Dippers, !
bilious, or nervous affections drawn' JL commodious
and all diseases Ware-House with Patent Cotton Hartford Connecticut.
a company in St0
with the strictest attenlidh Mill!
their ai- reduced Horse
to every prices.-Alao, 10 pair
'of, the hver: Yellow cvergout, legal accuracy. Press for the of and skins plication the fair Cash value
rbumatismlumig{), Tallahassee June 20 1829. PUI pose packing cotton ,and I oftKe property must be BETTON WII C5Uy
.,XIC cJolarcux, dropsy, St. VIlUS'S, dance, Epilepsy, apr 33 tf. compressing? Cotton for shipment, it will be in operation staled, and satisfactory evidence, furnished of the cor- I Apply 1&to, 1832 39

JMCAJ, paralysis, palsy, grcensicKnessana all obstruc WILLIAM L. RASKINS will hi a short time. They are now ready to purchase redness A the representation, and the good moral I ;
tions which the female form is so Cotton or make liberal advances Cotton character the CHEMICAL
distressingly liable business in the on stored applicant. The solvency of the Office EW DRUG &
and which sends so many of the fairest poruon of the and promptly and any faithfully execute city Commissions NEW YORK with them for shipment to any port in the U. S. A. and: its fairness and punctuality may be confidently re- J. JOHN l'LE.\10KJo M. JIt 1\ tI1't

creation to their untimely graves ; small pox,measles, entrusted to him by his friends in Florida any and the Their charge for storage is 25 cents a bale by the sea hedon. E. B. PERKINS. :nion :he inhabitants of Midd1

whooping cough scarlet lever; ,asthma,jaundice,gravel generally. pub son, which they do not exact if they become the pur Tall ahalle e. 1',01.22.1831._ 2711 ir that they expect by the next ant

stone, and aUurinaryobstructions; fistula, piles,stric New-York, July 1832. 52 tf chasers. They have a number of first rate vessels en 4 DMI lS.J.'RA'J'o.k'S ALE.-Will be r New-York a large and general

lures, ruptures. and syphilis in all its stages: cons I. gaged to freight for them to New Orleans, New York, ..tJL: the highest bidder in front the wid to l' I u.ugs and medicines, and every oIh

.ratea bowels, orms, scurvy, itchings of the skin: .A ALACHICOLA Hf..l'EL.-1'he and Charleston,and they will engage to carry freightto uoor in the town of ot court-hoase connecteu with that line of business which
Quincy Gadsden j
lung evil and all cutaneous disorders 1:1\: subscriber begs leave to inform his those county, on -Jie
in short places as low as vessels in the trade first temu
! ; ,eve any Saturday in July next the ofler to the public on as accommodating
I ry complaint to which the human frame is so dircfully friends and the public generally, that he has and no charge will be made for lightering of Cotton estate of John P. Neal, late,of said balance of the nal as low prices as medicines of similar qUalitybeen

, subject, under all their varied forms and names as taken this establishment for a term; and j if shipped by them. J. G. & N. HAMLEN. 388w W. county deceastd. obtained in the territory.We .

r the Hygenian conviction is,-that man is subject to he meets with such encouragement as he wishes to Magnolia, Oct. 9,1832. 8tr.LA D. HARRISON, AdmHor. with that Dr.!
p one only real disease, that is, to the I merit he will continue it. His table will be furnished 1thJ'OTICThe. partnership heretofore announce pleasure :_,
impurity of ibe exisuig
of fine talents nleuP'haa
FAYETTE'S ard first rate
with the best the TOWlfHIP.-The:; subscri- J. between Thomas gentleman
irom whence market can afford-and his Preston
; springs exertions Jr. and William D. tw

: every complaint that ,
can will having been appointed the of General I Jones this been enaagPd for a few months,until
. possibly a.sui1lu& I bo unremitted to render his as agent u day dissolved by
complicated frame and that guests comfortableas mutual consent. Tbos. *
it i is establishment at
; thcpetpctu&lstruggleof this possible. OREN M Lafayette, to dispose of his laads in Florida, is ready Preston Jr. is alone authorised season, to superintend the ,
vital I\RSH.
to settle businesi of ,
stream of life
pure receive other assistance will be obtained
. (the gUt of Appalachicola, January 12th 1833. to proposals for the ptrchase of any portionnot the firm. THOS. competent .
Almighiy _
power) to disencumber itself of 21tf. PRESTON JL in
less than one section of the general's N. B. Our medicines will be opened
. :ts riciouos, acrid humours, with which it has WML D. J NES.
'ommixed through the become ,JOSEPH JLADD. land. About 5000 acres in the south west quarter of May 4th 1833. Urge building, corner of Clinton negligence of
; the i 388"
; ig the is
township, reserved frau sale. The Q.u.iDr'
: norance, or maltreatment of the doctor or received by late arrivals from Neac-York terms of ) mTOTICE-Beniamin Byrd hud !DOSed d
i of ; gorman- HAS and sale will be cash,or one fourth in cash,and the residue ROBERTS & Co.PIXTIi4XDJ.qpJ. N
dizing propensities us all. -Orltan. in annual instalments of goods,and being desirous to t ru.
J Each packet of the Genuine Medicine? is 50 bla. and half barrels mackerel satisfactorily secured, with interest MANUFACTURERS all ir
I signed with I, 2 and 3. on the amount of each instalment (rom the o. to a speedy close, requesi (persons .
i iiy name ; and no apothecary or druggist either in i 15 casks butter crackers, of sale, This township of land the day WmlE. to call and settle their respective debts
f Europe: or America, is permitted to vend the same. 50 bls. whiskey, I Tallahassee; and, in reference to locality health city ful-of 154AND will at all times have on hand a general a I- and'hopes that all concerned will Preui

SHEPHEARD MOAT. 25 bis. Navy and Pilot Bread.. I ness of climate and to supply country merchant and wholesale 10 this notice. He has left on hand a few iI,
fertility adaption of soil
Smith-sir., Brooklyn, Long-Island NnD-Y Clf'k. 50 Irish Potatoes, culture of and is to the dealers, on the most favourable terms togethej steel saw cotton gins, which will be stUa ))011
Office, bO Cart J tlrt& corner / Broadway, JV Y. 15 Kegs Goshen Butter, township sugar of land, in the Territory unequalled ot Florida.by any other q with a general assortment of block.liD, brit nDJa and consignment.DRUGS; .
The above valuable medicine is 20 and boxes at their
just received and for tobacco ROBERT W. puter-witts, store in Monroe-st. 'Tallahassee.ATTORNIES MEDICINES. Jo* ,
; alc, by JOSEPH LADD, 75 sacks seed Oats, Tallahassee 24ff
,October 9th 1833! of and
:. Magnolia- May 18. 40if. Sole Agent for Florida. 55 I 15 bis.bundles Boston good No.Hay i beef, Iar-: : The Swthtrn Recorder', Georgia the Richmond 8tf 3. M. \Vm'1'11 .N ew-York. For sale wholesale drugs and re "

1IcK.Durinz my absence William B. MCaU 25 sacks Liverpool salt ,.BaUftnore; the CWuroWa Telttcopt, S. AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW al terms by E. BE1XAS
NO ,
my legally authorised agent, to whom all per- 8 boxes Raisins, ; the RtpiiMcan; Maryland the 1TO7ILL practice in the court of appeal uperior Magnolia, May 25,1333.BEEF. -
$or)* bmiocu with me will apply.JEl&EM'CALI Almonds JfahtUU? Banner,Tennessee, wil insert the abov'e ad V V court iif,Leon,Jefferson ; *
iijtvinc Dried Apples,&c. && vertisement for four weeks jn succession and I ., Gadsd and Rami'ton. .-Persons desiring to purchase, '
a Japou. fcbn1tUJ 234 J8 m A forward. Any anncy irill bo cromctl aitAm) I be notice and 0"
to Let short
.. _.. S i th4QcctW-thb o ct f P 1Ul" J. 4apQL.pa r supplied, at
19" I gcgnbI= \ liJt") JOWi i-


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