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 8, 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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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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[BY ted to said Territory by an act of Cojgress and thirt f ** **
) I hundred'and thirty, authorising a subscription Frederick county 3Id. by C Herotoa.
/TilE UNITED STATES! PASSED AT THE approved the fifteenth of June. one thou John Taylor, as on the lust day of January i tone o a compilation Congressional Documents, concerned in the Paten: with 1>r. Judkins.

I.AWS THE TWENTT-8ECOND sand eight hundred and thiity-two, and for thousand eight hundred and sixteen, at be and The above Ointment ia offered to the public as 1.
SECOND SMSION OF other the same are hereby, extended to the i ala and certain remedy for those obstinate disease,
CONGRESS. I purposes. the rate of eight dollars per month, up to the continuation of said compilation proposed to some of which have so long baffled the skill of medicalscience.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of time when his name was inscribed orkthe invalid be executed by Gales and Seaton spd that .

AN ACT to carry into effect the Convention Representatives of the United States of America pension roll ; to be paid to him as arrears the copies of the said continuation, ;when completed 1st White Swellings every description.2d .
the United States and his Majestythe in Congress assembled, That wheneverthe of his pension. Sore Leg and Glcersuf long taudiog.3d .
between shall be distributed to the members of Schirrusor Glandular Tumours particularly
King of the two Sicilies, concluded at Govarnor of the Territory of Arkansas Roswell Hunt, at the rate of twenty dollars the"tw nty-second Congress and in such other t hose hardened tumours iu women's breast which..I\en-

Naples on the fourteenth day of.'October, shall fjrnish to the Secretary of the Treasurya per month, commencing January: lust, 'one manner as Congress shall hereafter direct : t:imes terminate in ulcerated cancers.
hundred and thirty.two. sufficient the 4th Felons, or what some know tbe name
one thousand eight description of boundaries of thousand eight eundred and thirty-one. Provided, Tho said continuation shall be limited of Catarrhs, of people. by
the Senate and House of the thousand acres of land, granted Martin Smith of the etery description.5th
by an set
Be it enacted by as twenty-fifth dciy-of to eight volumes. Rheumatic fains of the j.inta.
Bcnresentatives of the U. S. of America in of Congress of the fifteenth of June, one June, one thousand eight hundred and seven I Approved March 2, 1833. 6th Spraiis atui Lruisea of every description or in

Congress; assembled! That: .thp. President of thousand eight hundred and thirty-two, to the teen.at I whatever part situate.

the United States, by and with the advice and Territory! Arkansas, for the erection of a the rate of sit dollars per month, until his II I RESOLUTION to place thirty copies of 7th Tetters ail i kinds. In this complaint the patient
ir. the
consent of the Senate, shall appoint three court :louse and jail in the town of Little Rock, name was inscribed on the pension roll aforesaid the Diplomatic Correspondence ofthe A- out of water applying the 'Jmtment must keep part

0 ,; ni:; ioners, who shall form a board, whose in the Territory aforesaid, it shall be the dutyof namely, the eleventh day of March, one merican Revolution at the disposition of the eta Cniblains, or parts affected by frost.It .

\\be to receive and examine all claims the Secretary of the Treasury to cause a thousand eight hundred and thirty ; to be paidto Secretary of State. is aU ODe of the best remedies fur Darn* and

Siirhmavbc presented to them under theCom'enlton : patent to be issued: for said thousand acres of him as arrears of his said pension. Resolved by the Senate and House if Representatives short Scalds.time.It eases: the pain and draws tie fire out in &

between the United States and thu 1 land, to the Governor of Arkansas and his Henry Clicke al 0\i ute of four dollarsper of the United States of America For inflamed U omen's Breasts end Glandular,. I,

Kin' "f ibe two Sicilies of the fourteenth day successors: in office, in trust, for the benefit'of morith, commC ing14'inuary first, one in Congressassembled, That thirty copies of '%ellllgll! IUS &ap nor to any eilicme yet ki.uvi.o

of October, one thousand eight hundred and the Territory of Arkansas, (for the purpose of thousand eight buns al; im'rty-oue. Sparks' Diplomatic ropondence of tb-f the rneihcai faculty it tc much *af r mail rueit 1..a1

th rtf-two, which are provided for by the said erecting a court hnuse and jail at Little Rock. Asher Huntington, n'orn the time when discharged Revolution, now in the custody of the Clork: of not any lay (the prepartioi. of that u.uienul,) U cause u tea
Convention, according to the provisions of the Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That from service, at the rate of four dollars ) of the Houso of Representatives, be placedat I cold. patient to injury iiora<< eiposr' tc

Tame, mm n.* principles of justice equity, and I the Governor of the said Territory of Arkan. per month, until his name wis inscribed : the disposition of the Secret ry of State This Ointment has cured sores of many years Hand

the law of nations. The said board shall have sas be, and he ia hereby, fully empowered and on the pensio.1 roll, in the yp.arnf' thousand for the use of the diplomatic agents of the ing. W here it mii.jioijsi&le ui impiudem to hea! tne
a Secretary, versed in the French and Italian authorized to layoff it.t > town !ots, conforming tight hundred and thrty-one ; to be paid to United States in t foreign countries. ctp.rnlillIOrc.. m cu-g'que.. cu1 tbe .ODe becuui.'g;
can Uf rut 01
or ell u \vM. >a>tthfprugrfM* the cants,
languages: and a clerk, both to be appointed I as near as practicable, to the present planof turn as arrears of his (pension. Approved Mcrch 2, 1833. increase tbe quantity ui tlie discuarge, remove ttt of- _

, by the President, by and with the advice and I the town of Little Rock, so much of said William Rickets, of Indiana, at the rate of. fonsive rmell, aud! ".J'tf t..e pmu.
con ent of the Senate ; And the Commissioners irrant of a thousand acres of lund as he may eight dollars per monthcommencing the first I I"i itcurestlie ut-rctFttuiis: Whitlows. on auappll _

.' Secretary and Clerk, shall, before deem advisable so to be appropriated ; and of January, one thousaid eight hundred and catIOn of 4o hours.KiieumiUsin... .
w ich hu Ktood
e : to become
so long ait
the duties ot: their officer, take that he be further -
they enter on to sell the same, thirtythree.Sec. a systematic dl,JVrdcr. ic uirun ii.cdicn.t to be taken inwardly

oath well and faithfully to perform the duties: from time to time, as the public interest may i 2. And heM further enacted, That to remove them entirely but m most common

thereof. require ; and the residue of said grant, which the several sums necessary to carry info_ ..f f fJ caries by applying this Ointment titeruaily a? directedit
Sec. 2. And be uiurinerrnaciea. That the may not be laid off into town lots correpocfee: t the provisions of ills- -act-- hall----J nn be ; \% ill give relief And VMU in oia pci>,)te, whi
i paid pain have been of louder bUiwJmg, it will ease tde
said Commissioners, shall be, and the are ding with the plan ot'the said town of Little out of any money in the Treisury not otherwise 1BRA1TTED _____

hereby, authorised to make all needful rules Rork, he shall be authorised to dispose of in appropriated. pain.To sea captains and masters of vcseU this ointment

and regulations not contnvneing the laws such lots or parcels as he may deem advisable; Approved March 2, 833. must be very valuable in winter on our coast it bung

of the land, the provisions ol thi act, or the but. in no case shill he be authorised to sell J JF'LL very certain in.td eiiuct.tou Chi.blaiUH: or para Itfec.ted
A RISULUTl UN ; : with frost it likewise prcictvcs! its qualities: In all climates _
provisions of the said Convention tor carrying unless he shall give public notice of such sale : nlthon-in:- tuVdelivery! !

their said Commission: into full and completeeffect. by an advertisement in one or more newspapers certain papers in tre Lpa tment \State' A large masi of testimony proving the value of UiU

in the to the Commissioners for Seitlinj! :aiui4 = most excellent medicine \\Iii be h *wu to those vvbo
printed Territory of Arkansas A of Landreths'
it further ; under the Treaty wit France, of th-- I .....ll. supply superior garden I, wish lunt.er infonnatioii on ajpicaliou! to Dr 11<<;..
S Sec. 3. And be enacted, That and said sale shall be publicat the court house ec- I rij! and flower seeds: : just received and warranted .
ol' Ins
tous. or to autLori/eti: *
S. the members of the board so constituted shall ill the town of Little Rock. ond of February one tho.isu.uJ. ezg1t hun- :<>h ; i l.y E. B. PKRKLNS.i. ;. The above any medicine .'od! by special ageuti appointment o!.
It .'Itr'h. 3'ith' IS33.tr .
meet at the -
shtll begin to be allowed within! thirty in case suitable: situations cannot be had, free Resolved by thf Seinte and House of Representatives I :\1.KTlP..LJ IER, ) 1.:. I). IrftrtASLPi'41.. .
of the Lied :;tatc-s ol! \rnf rica vs \ ATTACHMENT. Tallahassee February :24th Ic31: i7tf.
(i a\s after thR exchange of the ratification of of costs to the Territory tor the location of : -
.. in Congress assemble! Inn I n\'VELLE.BUPT. ) TO TIlL TU.\] ,TIC AND ONsUJfPTiV" .
omentionKail have been the Srrretaryof
( : proclaimed th State-hou well for
the ; the
by a.= as courthouseand defendant andll\ other HC
interested most and fatal or-all Diseases
persons in prexalcut iic
President of the United States and within } in the I State be, and he i is a reiiy, --tilth prized to TIE 'I"
the of
; jail town Little Rock, the Governor I above casts: ill take notice that suit has been deal tociviu: eJ society-the Consump/iuv-u.ay
one year from the time of said meeting, aforesaid shall be, and he is hereby, I deliver to the Cu.uini-Muncr=* for the Settlement ; c-'imntnceJ, anJ atiarln-eni: issued, niurnaMe to tit geitMially .)e traCed la tne least Aiaiuiing of dioruer ,

thev ?hail terminate their duties. And the fully authorized: to select and lay off suitable Claims! under tie e r' at) with Fr-mre, I II sa.d. court. G .IO.: WAR N KR, Att'-. for Pl'fi" a :ltJg-lt bat neglected cold. BV estiuiaUoa it apptirttfut
II arch} 3ti, 1q33. 32tf one hundreu aikt thousand die !-
Set ol' Slate is required as soon a-i the for each of those I ratified and confirmed HI lb-:? second; diy of fifty persons annual
retary squares buildings, whhin i the I of
the dreadful
of these results
DiiNNT cUlisumptlOn.10lt
>LAs B. ; l
President February one thouMiid hundred and O.N: )
of the eight
said have addition hereunto
proclamation authorized to be added to vs \ In .1ltachmtnt.UUEL niay be attributed to common cold, ai.d a negligent
been made, to give notice of the said meeting : the *own of Little Rock ; and that the squaresso thirty-two, the evidiureof .HI}' churn submitted [.'-: BURROWS ) treatment of the lurras.sing cough that generally en.ues

to be pub1i.-hed in two newspapers in Washington seleeted and laid off shall be appropriated to. and reject'tl '))' the ,'.m ill:'-loncr T \I.a: notice the ahovt. suit has been commenced -which i is unuall) folioweJ: by difficult: breathing | aia

i ,, and in such other pipers: : as ha may to the o>e of the respective buildings for which for the settlement of ciiun JUdd Uic: treaty in a justice's court,for the .otmty of %'onrue,an- mthe side Asthmatic, and at last Ulcerated Lungs. Violent and
think I v ith Spain; which was n...'ic on th t\\ent the attachment made returnable to the next May term."I repeated attacks, also bring on
proper. they may designated, and for no other purpose > the superior court of the southern judicial district .t ". (Joe or two dollars! expended in the par
cc.1.. And be it further enacted, That all whatsoever, forever. second day of Februar on- thousand eight Floi. :da. All f persons interested theitin, are hereby rtque. : .hjse ol

records, documents1, or other papers, which Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That hundred and nineteen, d.J: till liv r-tf.ped: and t tei. n le and appear at the court house in the cit}- *R. RELFE'S ASTHMATIC PILLS,

now are in, or hereafter during the continuance I the Governor shall execute deeds for the lots confirmed on the twenty-' (JC'UIIJ cay ot February .f i\ey-West on the first Monday in May/ next, u and a httic iktention to their tur.eiv; iio.inistratiori; will

of this commission may rome into the he sell under the provisions of this one thousand eit hundred an-.i tweaivone sliow cause, .if any they have, why judgment shoul- usually ensue mitigation: of ti.e.se disorders, anti gen
Sv't may act, not enter' I :according iaw.R.R.F '
rally effect a cure. 1 be J'ill are alM an a nil effectual
of the which evidences snuil: l tJt returnI I to inu easy
Department State in I
possession to pun-hascrs! so soon as purchasers shall RTCHER.S.M.C.: \ l remedy lor the symptoms proceeding and acc'-ru-
relation to such claims, shall be delivered to I pay off entirely the amount they may have Department of State vuu-n the (Lommhil: Kcy-W'st, January leth 18->3. 27 if ,',anying the Asthma, and Consumption. For C'oidsc

C tb: commission aforesaid. bid for any lot or lots, and all sales shall be shall expire. SPuRTS.NiEiVS NOTICE. Coughs, difficulty of Un'Atl.ii'S. l ghlne-s and smctur,

Sec. 5. And be it further enacted, That f for cash. _ApprovedFe'_ I. 19,. o33. ___ across the chest, \Vheeztog: p.nu iu :he -ide. Spitiiug'of
blood. &c.! Few
: cae can of inis"lass
occur ot'any
the compensation ot the respective officers, Sec. 5. And be it further enacted, That so A RESOLUTIONS rt-iaUon to :hu rX'cutiou of diwrtler.-'in which iht; purchaser of Dr. Kelfe'aPills !

lor whose appointment provision is made by soon as the Governor aforesaid :shall dispose of the act: supjiemeiiidiy) to thy *, AI-I will nut tind a rich return tor their trifling expend-
this -el, shall not exceed the following sums, of lots he shall the for i
AndJitjr- apply proceeds of said the relief of cet.un utlici iture.Price
len,' namely: : to each of (the said Commissioners, sales to the erection of and surviving" -whole IJres, 39 Pills, I dollar, half boxes
and soldiers
a good substantial o! thtv \<<"\olutlOn. 1weeps'ake 2 Pills, 50 cent
: at the rate of three thousand dollars
per annum court-house and jail : and, alter these shall Resolved by th- Smate and t House of Representatives
Jt.To the
Ladies !Ict
:verj ; h) the Secretary of the board, at the -ave been completed, should there be of the Uiited utef America : [
any White and sound Teeth l oth and
are ornament
rate of two thousand dollars a
:' per annum ; and b funds remaining, it shall be the duty of said i in Congress As>fIIILIJ.! i ih t, in the execution bles ing. The best security for their advantage is to 09

1e1tril to the clerk at the rate of tifteen hundred Governor, to apply the surplus thus remaining of the act >up jh' .&ieutIy; '0 ihe u Act for A. ;; found t in the use of the

collars per annum. And the President of the to the erection of a suitable and permanent t t the relief of certam Mr.ivmgnicer' : -, and sol -S, ,urats: entrance, for jjllOOO three),years half forfeit old colts, three nil BRITISH JIWISEPTIC DENTIFRICE.I .
tr.ited be
; States shall be, and lie is hereby, au- house for the residence of the present and I di i rs of the Revoluuoi:' /'ro\j, June sex- t h. Tuluhass! Course, the Tuesday, to prccedin run orei. elegant rJ 00111 l'o\ver! \\nhaveryiittleus8
U -
thor ,ed to make such provision for the I future Governors !b'xt annual races-list eredicates the flcnr\} in the gums and prevents the accumulation -
contingent of to close
Arkansas, during their enth, one thousand oijnt: huudrud :md thirty. the 4th day rif Jd}:
of the I '10XI- 'hree} entries of Tan r, uhich Dot only blacken bet
said: to make
sL expenses commission continuance in a race, the colt be
office. to
hictf11 shall\ as I two, wherever !shall )c made to api!' ai that ed the day before the rur loosens b the teeth. and accelerate* their decay. The
races. Three
to him
" :ar reasonable entries alread
MP < and
proper ;; I Appre'edMarch_ 2, 1833. any applicant for a (pension under said net 'n a'l e. > Uentririce thus remove the pre\ailing causes of jfiTen-
and ee,: fliid salaries ;ana expenses: shall be This will ice breath. the Iiealthiiit.-t and floriilness of
: be
\c-i entered the army of tie revolution, in one of the most splendid preserves
AN uance
paid. out of tor the relict of certain Invalid I pur sweepstakfoe'Cr ? the and the white.
the for renders teeth
any money in Treasury not:t of a contract will the Government made run in the United States ; and will attract the-: Rums beautifully
otherwise Pensioners;, therein named. notice of gentlemen who Price 50 cents.
appropriated. fond of
.4 atc Sec. 6. And oc it further Be it enacted by the Senate and House of previous to the( 81evlJ1th l day of Ap.il, one sports of the turf, in every are part of the encouraging Union.: thc ILT: None are genuine unless signed on. tho out ide

, enacted, That t of t thousand seven bunded and eighty-three, and ( TIIOMASBROWN: printed wrapper\ithe .;>Ie proprietor, 1'. K1DDFR.remediate .
w the said Representatives the U. S. of America Secretary.
commissioners in
shall report to the I continued in service until after that period it: December 29th 1332. IJtfNOTICE. successor to the late/ Dr. W. T. CUC\T..u.-'
'I'iptOl Secretary of State a list of all the several Congress assembled, That the Secretary of For sale at his Co utin;: Ronru. over No 99. Court
(rt awards made by them ; a certified War be, and he is hereby, directed to place on shall be the duty of he Secretary of War to .--The unders.gned having esiabliihed I Street, near Concert 1illliotICln.; and! also by In* !special -

r ns Aer shall be by him transmitted to the copy thereof the invalid pension roll of the United States, compute the period if any such applicant's mission merchant at St., Marks as an auctioneer and com. appointment, by L. B. lIUiJl,10 2)
ervice from the timeoe respectfully solicits
then a
entered the port i'n ot Druggist
: of the Treasury, who shall the names of tho following persons ; whereupon army public patronage ; and assures those who
: thereupon dis o employ Tallahassee, February 24th 1631.II1C. 27tJ.
and until the ay
: date of the de mtivo _
him that it shall
and each of treatyof be his
them first -
shall -
tribute in rateable proportions, the they, be entitledto : wuh as well as duty to -
rtt1oDvi among per- receive the peace, and to allow him a pension accord S e ndLvour to merit their approbation. jf i1( .S
oiw m whose favor the pensions severally set against
awards shall have i ingly. Persons unacquainted w ith him, are m I respectfully re
>eta made, such their names, respectively, during life, that is ferred to his
moneys as may have been Approved Marrh 2,1833. excellency Governor Duval and Thcmas S Tj S one oi the most erhcacionsconrpouudii in the MlJH. -
NT. cceived Into the Treasury in virtue of this to say : M. Bradford esquire, at Tallahassee and to Dr. Wee- TXRiAMiDiCA, for the cure 01 that class of inveterate

ct, according to the proportions which Jesse Cunningham, at tho rate of eight dollars A ltLisoL.0 i loiJur toe relief ot aunury don, Shell.Point. FRANCIS: B. WHITING. Disease, produced by an impure state of tho
their JCP; :: All artices sent to him to be sold blood, and a vitiated babitof body and usually exhibiting -
of'cssels be
elective: awards shall bear pea month, commencing on the first owners sunk for the defence of kept
to the day free of
whole! charge until sold ; letters addressed to him themselves in the fortntjot"cIoluIa[ Salt J Khecm.Leprosy .
Joount then received, first deducting sucn of January, one thousand eight hundred aud Baltimore. his services as auctioneer in any part of,the requiring Su AntlaoD,'. Fire Fever Sores (even uheo}

F1or'jcgtdI urns of money as ma) be due the U. State thirty-one. Resolved, by the Soiate and House of Representatives i counfy' will be promptly attended to. the bones are a&cud.) White Swelling's(If applied<< \

rom said persons in whose favor said Abijah Fisk, at the rate of six dollars permonth of the United States ol America : Saint-Marks, March 23d 1833. 3lit I with Dr.J.bb'.L5 ifcent.) Foul Iud obstinate Ulctrs.

C Ker' hall be made ; .and shall cause certificates awards to to commence on the first dav ot' January I. in i Congress assembled: That the memorialof I THE WELL KNOWN HORSK. sore scorbutic legs!.and*., Pimpled.ye Ie4ld or head ibuncied in children.Faces scuivy!' festering and 1 J

1 tissued by the Secretary of the Treasury,, one thousand eight hundred and twenty,- John S. Stilus, and the memorial of the JOHN Bm lBY. euptions. and tenerial taints, throughout the body, ia

n such torm as he may prescribe other owners of vessels, taken and sunk: for which laJl ease the drops often cure when mercury

;, C'* he proportion to which each maybe, showin entitled"I five.Oliver Herrick, at the rate of ten dollars: the defence of Hahim'tre during the late war, WILL stand this, M.season Florida at my and*iabie will in render the town fail,". They are also the best Spring and Autumnal
ser- and cleanse the from humour
physic to
)!f tha amount that may thereafter be receiv per month, commencing on tho first day Jan with the papers and documents referred to the vice at $15 the season ; S25 insurance payable the 1st l which frequently purify appear at these seasons system of the year.- :

bd ; and on the presentation of the said Ce:r' uary, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-Ir Com.nittce on Claims ol the House of Representatives of to the January groom next a or when of the.mare is parted-50 cts. They also aid the process of digestion and,by parity,

3, ificates at the Treasury, as the nett in the cases:: aforesaid, be referred: at the price of; five comjvny iac marew will be served the blood, prevent the seeietion of malignant humours
Jf the general instalments, payable proceeds by the two.Thomas Philips, at the late of eight dollars to the Third Auditor lor his decision, under mares left with the horse Every, but no responsibility will be paid for ac to: ol the the vast lungs.number The of proprietor surprising cuies confidently effected relies by thest upon

I btoa eapolitan Government, shall have been re- per month, commencing on the fourth day of the act of May twenty-nine, eighteen hundjed cidents. drops, not only in Boston and its vicinity,but throughout 1 I

: tiud,. such proportion thereof shall be paid September, one thousand eight hundred and and thirty, for the relief of sundry owners feet Description.2J inches-high John with Henry is n deep red sorrel, full 5 the Union for the best proof of their excellence as i

the Itffal holders of- thA--- *:'t IA .I".....: _,_ twenty. of vessels.suva( for the defence of Baltimore;" foot white. He is,of the first a small star, his off hinder an unfailing alterative medicine,in all tbe cases above '
-"* """* ttica. figure, good action
Sec. PI' *A ndheit further Dow of the State of which division shall be the possessing specified. This article has recently been pronouncedby
enacted, That Benjamin Maine, latea subject to supervision a great share of activity and muscular strength "
IALit it aPhysician of the first wb had wit
11 be the of the the of the of the -in his form are combined all the lespectabihty
soldier fourth
M. duty Secretary of the trea S. in regiment of infantry, at Secretary Navy. horse of the first order. escentials' of a race nessed its surprising efficacy, as entitled, in his opinion
uidleyOlb to cause the several instalments, with the the rate of eight dollars per month, to commence Approved March 2, 1833. ,to take the lead of all the popular article knownfor

temt thereon payable to the on the first day of January, one thousand -. --q- .- Pedigree.-John Henry w3ssired by old MuccleJohn the above complaints, and indeed it is fast gaining
United he sir
virtue of!: the -aid Convention States, eight hundred and thirty A RESOLUTION authorising the Secretaryof dam by old okl Gallitan Archy, tis dam by old Potomac his great this point in public estimation, tbronghootthe country
to be by and is 7 old
recei >N ar ht correct certain mistakes. years this Iprin i Price $1 Ii bottle.tr bottles or $ 5)
ikbr. from the ?*** Government Heard Bracket, at the rate of eight dollars: JAS. J. PinVIAN.: DYSPEPSIA OK INDIGESTION.Of .
and Resolved ,
the Senate
ferred by and House of March 16th 1833.
to the Representatives
United States, in such man-: per month, commencing January first, one thb United 302m long standing, and ofthe most obstinate character, ,
of States of
3jitykitbe. ishe may deem besUnd the nett proceeds thousand eight hundred and thirty. Ameri A DMINISTRA TOR'S NOTICE.At the next: has been immediately relieved and olten permanently ,J
(to he paid into the Treasury and Joseph Linn, at the rate of six dollars per in Congress assembled, That i if it, shall be term of the county court for the county of Leon cured in a variety oi cases that have occurred in Boston 1:
the made satisfactorily to the shall apply for a settlement of and using for a short time. '
uedicd'Ju S are hereby month, commencing on the first day of January appear Secretaryof my accounts as admimstrator vicinity. by
anfi herein aPProPriated, to satisfy the War, that in the treaties concluded in one L on the estate cf Aaron Bannister deceased, Dr. Reife'f Vegetable Specific and anti-Billcos Pills, (
provided for. one thousand eight hundred and thirty-two. thousand late of said county. HARDY VICKERS. [41tf both of which are to be taken together.according to valuable ]
hundred ]
,& .c. 8. And be it further enacted That all Robert McCausland, at the rate of tour eight and.thirty-two, with plain and practical directions accompanying the

to and from dollars month, commencing on the first the Potawatamie Indians, in the State of Indiana :i- LOOK OUT.-Ranaway from the sub- Specific. Price 50 cents each.
in BerT Secretary of per that in on the 19th inst. in .
living FI outside
of : the proper schedules <\ None are genuine unless signed on the printed J
pIosedC on the business day January, one thousand eight hundredand the same mistakes accompanying rids, Leon county one negro man LOVE wrapper by the sole proprietor T. KIDDER,
the made
Cemmission were in writing i-
( shall pais by mail free twenty-one. LESS. Loveless is a tolerable bright mo- immediate successor the late Dr.V.. T. COSWAT.
p08tag.. George Field, at the rate of four dollars the names of persons to whom paymentswere latto, his teeth out before, has a down look For sale at his Counting Room, over No 99 Court

ri eee 9. 1nd be it further enacted per month, commencing on the first day of to be made, such mistakes may be corrected when spoken to: about 35 years old : toyki I street, near Concert Hall Boston, and also by his special ;
n as said C.mmission That a. thousand ; and the payments made accordingly. i i i, m with him an old shot-gun. One negro woman I appointment, by E. B. PERKINS.; (Nc 1)
shall be executed January, one eight hundred and: na-ned PINK,Loveless' wife, dark complected, Druggist. '
i Approved March 2 1833.:
computed, the records, documents, and twentynine.Moses --- I slim made : took with them three of their children Tallahassee, Feb. 17, 1831.DMINISTRATOR'SS.kLE.Will. 26t .
ether papers in the possession Cremeens, of Galia Ohio I Isaac about i years old, Ellen about 3 years old am
county A
orthe ,
sioaa its com- providing for the continuation Jane about 5 months old. & be sold \o
afice! .r of the officers, shall bl deposited in at the rate of six dollars per month, from January et Gales and Seaton's Compilationof The above negroes are trying to get back to North- .81. the highest bidder in front ot the ccurt-house

- Secretary of State. first, one thousaud eight bundled and: Statt Papers. Carolina, where they were raised. Pink will try t,' door in the town of duincy, Gadsden county.on th<*. "
,pro ed March 2, 1833. thirty-two. Resolved the Senate and pass for a free woman, by the name of Pinky Boon first Saturday in July next, the balance ot the rca! "
C1' William Ledman, at the rate of six dollars House of Rep as I understand she has obtained a pass to that purpr-r' -state: of John P. Neal, laic nf sail county dcci osul.
8, to aulhunae the Governor of the resentatives of the United States of Amen Cs -any person apprehending said: negroes and l lotkim' ,;S.S\V 'v. I). HARRISON, AHrn'tor..
erritorJ or At 1Q 10 .u per month, commencing on the twenty-sixth I I in Congress assembled, That the provisions them in any jail so that I pet them a!min, shall!rrrVi v.
t 1d I"ID' day of March, oao thotu&ad eight IIWldloc1J jof to act of tho econd of March, eighteen' a liral! reward'\ COUMJLIUS DEYANF. BLANK BILLS OF LADING-Neatly<<

May 25th, 4U f and kept for sale at this Olcr.S ;

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1-_ __i- : -4.: I. No wizard'-J"ever w3v. Invented a love mspirlng; portion I The gentleman was swn stated beside ber. 'lie I r MUSE CHOLERA. 536 LATEST Fnov OSOR'$ I

Tliii FLORIDIAN.PUBLISHED so potent as de medicated fountain ; but to whichof begged to know the subject <>f herresearehes, and From the "New Aton.Ma.f.r 1633, p. published From the Hampshire

I the elemeite that enter into the composition of was delighted with the taste displayed in the choice i io J-ondon. The Manlius Telegraph. ,
EVERY SATURDAY MORNING AT the chalybeate draught this effect is to be attributed of her author; she earnestly solicited a display ol other-matters resorted to by the. tnspor arrive. this n t.
Stour dollars\ advance,-or Five in si\ months talents and enraptured with every Among (Saturday) from Oporto, which
; I am a: a loss to determine. If i were a che- his musicial was the of this! terrible di8 of t
No paper III*discontinued unles at the option ofU1e & when the impertinent bellwhicl faculty to stay propiew left on Monday 4t.
mist I could account for the phenomenon, note ; slice of 80 scalar: i a afe having
Editor,be ore orrcurage*ar paid. walk.. soundedin ease, one has been published and several lande
inserted chemical genius is never at a Joss (or a theory, bid curtailed their moraiog again to eitrac men officer The
A-dverti-einents will be conspicuously for the $rst insertion at, and sc and dives into causes with an expertness which I their ears, they were surprised to find how SWift- character, that we do not hesitate at the same time, landed 400 andtheV
?Ttnty.fi cents per square I columns. It is contatnr.in
flfty cents for each subsequent continuance. All ad- by no meart4epends upon any previous or present -I ly time bad flown, and chagrined that the common the statement in our of No Wellington a great many bulocks, :
reriistmcnu wiUbc continued until forbid,unless other kuowleflj af the subject. He who deals! in place operation of eating was so often allowed as a letter from Mr. Richard Lamwjz. of provisions wit _
of and the flow of: in which the ravages quantity ; Clct. o
ise ordered. RETORTS can solve any question-though not al- to interrupt the feast reason 48 Finsbury square a district of the 27th about 30 sail of
The postage on til letters and communications to the ways by the RETORTS COURTEOUS. 1 once indeed soul.At of thr"plague! have been very great. Mr vesels i
Editor, must be paid, or they will not receive atten attempted to philosophise upon this matter myself four o'clock the military stranger handed their cargoe-. Several officers of P

,tion. and achieved: a moral analysis after the manner Miss Simper into an elegant gig, and drove to the Laming says:- army came off to the Manlius ; they w

: ised and approved by the chemical prolessors. I neighbouring vitinge; ;-where rumour soon pro- u fr have lately employed musk in severa in high spirits, and desciibed everv t

MISCELLANEOUS.Tne tarefully _examined the various properties of'elehrdtcd a claimed that this/ii-teresting pair were united in cases of Cholera with a success so uniforn going on well for thtQueen's cause: \
.. few minutes arrived ala < the holy bands of matrimony. For once the many introduction desirable i
( spring, and in a and decisive, as to n ak its by some means had reached S
be to some ot oui when the
following may not new of of fame t.rulyanJ ror
: conclusion quite satisfactory as the results or- tongues spoke loss of time to the notice of
the is wdltot.i and the satin bride all couldsee without he had been ahl- to p-iy ihe COD
but "
readers, story nary experiment. Here is magnesia, said I, Major ret'irocd with his blushing 11(
f*) true not to nature but to fashion! that it must winch corrects acidity, and which by a sympa- that the embarrassment of the lovtr, was exchanged the whole profession &c. and the Portuguese corvettes, and thei\?

.. be entertaining and acceptab'e' to all. We would fietic influence the mind conveits a sour old for the triumphant smile of the delighted The salutary influence of the first dose of Flor. brig, and these three ve:seU were ,

give our Mother coat,' not our best, but next to rcaid into a well ujxm conditioned miss, and neutralizing bridegroom. is hardly necessary to add: that of musk will be found to become manifest bj i sing off Oporto.A .: ,

the best, to ho present at such. an explanation.: tit acerbities of the bachelor's temper, leaves his such vasthie salutary efiect of this pleasing event greatly mitigating, in a very few minutes, and further supply of money was sent (

\\"C' pronounce the lady in such cases the greater i mental system in a healthful l state, well suited to..I that the young couple found themselves restored in snany cases, l\v effectually reinoveing the 26th from )porto, in the London 0 '
f, elf the two for in cash. wlucn was the ohject health and on the following mtr
; j the reception of soft and agrceaKe impressions instantaneously to perfect ; the purg'ing and the vcrnitin M I} steamer, for the fleet, and Sartorius }
"is contained I cramps
adoration ai "it.
c.l''nr gtmleman's with villa bade adieu to Saratoga
of hiscru t t. the of i And here is sulpher, which combined \ morning plan has been to give at on-e flteen ;grams. his ships u'ns 1 ourly expected at
LII't.'tl'r; :say quintessence salt commits such h voc in the world springs I OporI1Y
I* .,*. mutton, fish and! fowl,"' and all other good j under uous the jtre name, of gunpowder. Can ladies who "This is a very ungtnteel affair?"' said Mrs. rubbed into draught with a lump of :uipn the \anlus came away. Pedro not. ? _.

tii.ii?!* of this life. But the pasi i8n nf the lady. 1. imbibe bulpher water and gunpowder tea, l e oth- Hi llflyt'r. I never heard the beat of it in my and a wine-plassfiijf of cold wt.-r and I nrn 5uO, Knglish and 7000 French troop II J 1 1hii

:u.I! 'It! >t'e--s: nke\ lu-r. fir the sou of an Earl, envise than infiamable ? hit any wonder that a born days !*' said a shopkeeper's: July.U How justified in reportiiiL that this fiM -tP.p. if taken i I : whole force was stated by. the : J

i is ii'jmili.iting even to think of. When- shall wear maiden wljo takes in f)k) much corabustibte materials I funny !" exclaimed another. Egad, that's a promptly will scarcely ftrrfail to arresl not le-s than 22,000 men. There Of. rl'$
-:-v', it tt.-:: rn9r.tl l independence and elevated U with with whom keen smart girl !" sid; a second. :She's:; a pirate disca-e to leav* the b
should go ofT any spark thprogress! of'th<- ; so us no in any force since the .r
fighting 24thijkirrnishing ,
which will '
fi.ctnious: distinctions Halliard. '
UIOM ] roared
rto.'c thunder
is iron by Capt. &c
she comes in contact. Then here mercy to &. oroinary corivahsrence, was *
:1.e K-ss rt:1n, IlIe)' are beginning to despise the dear girls what fatal implements! ol In the mean time the newly married pair were patient eu.-- holeni, I" hourly going on. and fa (t 'I'" .
preserve the I I So f vident i f :. tu.n ol! mu-k in < w re
Journal.Ji'afcriiif towards imitates the
? incessantly
.. pv-i:) iviiore ti-ey uXL.t: destruction are here sembled an artillery! officer pursuing their journey by easy stages firing on c* '
l'lGcc.-A person of taste may spend would be quite at Jiome in such a magazine ol ordinances ('ttyor New-\\'rk. AVe all know how the blest I.i. that the prarti; .. M! wiil! f xperr tier no difficulty 1 1I u, i i.z, which IS a bomb.proofioresiflt )

:i tA- days \'pleasantly at a genteel aierinsi'ij. stores. We have only to convert this charms of nau/re in we, when we see them leflected i in detenni.aj.: : ." ::f'ihpf he utvd itp :'it : da\ the Pedroites: picked up 179 baL "l I 1

; :'" The continual succession of new faces, the i iron into steel-let it act mechanically ujxm the ands% on, we can imagine how happily I I exhibition or .'. '.< (ta h -\il' u u'iJu! -.d the the castle. yard, and Pedro is largely 6U _,I

*:.' ....-tin*? variety of charade1 and the harmonica -J flinty I.cart of the lady, and is i it any \vondcr that the days of Tnnlab:t passed by" on this occasion !.I immediate caUSt I', iu- ti i.-- ,. t' .,) the lir*>t with shot in this "ny bv his oooonenU.

.Tnixture of grades exhibited here, arew1 Cupid should strike fire, or Hymen light a Match ? ,-Uninterrupted by ceremonious visits, unrestrained d-)..;o, he should dir-' 1 !11' ati, ..lion to th- removal The JSeaflower e.u'tcr, Lieut. Morgje nJ"

.' ; that the mind of dl.ultorman, however I Such was my theory, and 1,11 vouch it to be by the presence of third parties, surrounded of its censj-q. ... uy the ordinarymeans. \ terday, (Friday) from L.sbon i and')
be amused. enchantment ye
t.<.ious of chanti'1! : cannot fail tu as curled as many of the systems in which thecientiuic by all the blandishments! which give I
sa\ nothing of the Iteautiepof the landc.a1x| the repoe implicit} t faith. If it has not more to the tural scene, it notsurpriHiugthatour I! porto, having landed her marl at FalmoThursday. .r

invigorating: bri-eze of the country, or the medicinal good sense than the theory of specific :gravity; I lovers should) often digress: Iron tne beaten j! She l Admiral Parker ou.i'Jtn -

virues of the mineral ti.Untaiu-becau the} will l forfeit: my ears provided a luture generationbe I road, and as often linger ot a rOl4Jut1cplt, or a I I Tb** two companies of U. States Troops I II hut she was obliged to anchor "ith li '

IriM: zi.a._- be imitated ill perfection by a bungling allowed:: to decide the question. But whether 1 secluded cotuge.Several :I I that wore, a short time sine--, ordeied (from : bar, which she crossed on the evening ofi',
',. and tr.... others are easily purchasd by : if mineral hid now elapsed, and neither party : hf-rokt-e I
apt' c r% : am rijiht or wronjj, I shall still exclaim days ( h. rltMon: and maic-hed thtooghthe i 3utK and on the morning o 31t she *\
tOt' fatigue: of a morning ride from the most crowded water be the t\xllf love, drink on !" and thatit had made any disclosure to the otner upon t. e 'country within our limits, IMVO been stationed' (;porto, and communicated by signal ot'Jj{
:JwtrHJoij-r. Those vulgar) enjoyments which is will, I think, be satisfactorily proved by the important subjectof finance As tuey \\ l"C near i ; iioli- i oil
the bo fNort'-: Some
d-l we underhand, on oer ;> t ttiC Druid frigate. firing of .: "
the whole human race are it I
reach tnoughi
are ivntmi the following 1 little history. I have suppressed the real the end of their jturnfy, the Major I .
very properly disdained: by persons of fashion. names of the parties but the facts will be instant- visabie to broach this delicate muttei to r.is bruIt I ni and i etine.ssee.. This -.' as dom '"' .1 fll :, gjn.- and musketry was then heard, sbe1;

..j Muni: ;ras alM) h'>( n said of keen appetites which Iv recollected bv those of my readers who have It was upon a fim summer evening, nsti.t} sat bya i at the it quest of the In lilll.* Mid: thi d. tJ- ol wnich could not b.judged. All the 'e-

are t found at thi-so: healthful places: of re.vjrt. Portly Been in the habit of visiting the celebrated spot winnow, at an in., enjoying! tile U-.uiiie.N. extensive .: nor ot ;::\ (,rth Carolina, to pn'Vrni ititru-ion I II I that had earned ou: --supplies for Don pe

4 ) jviiteinen! and pa'e facrd ladies, exult equallyin \ where hey occurred. Ia tisca pe,lila! I tins n.ciui'.iab.e; conversation upon the t h. rokeo territory uithm the bounds had ul'cet.dt.d in landing their reinforcetusoi .

ti-(' dt-ional! : h.u; ol' I men and provision?, and the vesselstajlreuirnrd ;

tjhMn.iUir! : eflects of the sea-breeze or chalvbcate suit of sable. She was said to be in mourning for with that kilt! of small talk! wi.;. :n new married I those States.-MII.LEDOEVILLE ULCORDLK.i t Sartorious itfYigo.
to hngland.
dr.uient enable! tli.'rn to consume. But this iB SUI e- her father' an opulent broker in Baltimori, recently folks find so vastly pea! .all' ; as how much I wa .
ly l fal bc tate. \\ hat can be more ungenteel) than I deceased. Grief had wasted her he.dth, and they love one atiotier, and how nappy; t.sey intend I I A :small squadion of two Frend

eating or rather devouring flt't'h and vegetables weepirg had wasted away ncr roses, and she was to l hc, &, what a file thing it is to; iwofond i>(-.ifs We understand that on Mondiy last nmof gunhio>, and h.\'O large frigates, passed & !

like the locust of Egypt, or the lean kineof Phar- come to recover Ler appetite, and reanimate her to he: di$>sovcd! tnt melted down to :11.'", &.r. M.i- I the ronvu-ts:, in the tenilentiary', n attempting! I boa for th.' 31oditt-rrafcan on the 30th. } ;

cab Can that be styled a polite employment bu! t.l's. Miss Simper, of course was an heiress nyHxampes: of love and murder v\ft .cia h.ti- I t to linkan escape, wa- hot hy the guaid and I Li.-bon liatHare to tht29th of M u4 { ::1I

which i" common to the pllil'1..opJ'.r' and the sav.ago I and attracted great attention. The gentlemen the lady told of several distressed: s\'. :1' V. flu had died in a lew minutes thereafter. I which dav Don taro and the Princaf|

the! belie: and the washer-woman ? Eating i i.* I; called! her a beauty, and talked a great deal l of herr incontinently; hanged themselves) :..tlr mistresses : li,eira a. 'n".n the Tagus from Spai.I t tI
ceilainly ajvulgar rccujation-and! I cannot but securities. Some ol and the as otten :i gentleman
( al estate, hank >tock, and The Superior Court of this country has !ht'f'1l '.I leiter h frfj' that d a decided
HH'1 that wits and beauties" the curlrd darling lovers ad'! n'me object of expresses ,
;1I the ladies thought her complexion too sallow, and one of those martued, th
? of the nation"'-should hie to Long Branch some objected to the style of her dress.! Airs.Highflyer his passion, with lull the fervor WI.ICM lie left for in se.-Lfl since the contineni-eiuent ol! I ion thai I.I un Pt dro will ultimately &Ct q
( of that voracious little AMI", last w. ek. A case )f an unpn cedentcd- udd.-. JI
or Ballbton, for{ the purpose gratifying said s he had not the air of woman of his own dear"ett, darling, pieciou.s I uni. :- '
constrictor: and the man wi.o swallow tallow can- suspicious sail, and declared his belief thai she was: said Ca reksslv. lhi:> State-\va- tri,-d on thursd.iv.It was an I has now 17. (OO well disciplined Soldiers

dkN for the wager !-The preacher condemns"the a privateer in disguise. The liur: stranger however \\ ho has the nanagement of your property, indictment lor ma,hero, inhnh the cnmnil.: I oilicf red ; wnile \thecontrary. Don Mip, I

epic.re who. tores: sumptuously every day ; &. walked daily to the fountain, modestly cast my dear1' named John Ponei ,-jt wa huriied;: with ha- 4C,000 men, with((which he originally cnra .
thin physician! lives by repairing: the inroads of the Y. have larling replied! she. !
w'heu and teemed unconscious Mi :
down her eyes gazed at, my vinor <: mmitted ati outrage ujfi; i hu) similar
ainiui"heii iiown to 25,004wiWi
.conk. Besides, we certainly know that the literati of alt hut her own horrors. :'I sl'allilave, wlen I get it," suid the! : hu-b n J ... -1 01orto, is
of every age have deplored! the appetite for, food About UIIS true Maj. Fitzcollllcl1 appeared upon -" 1 meant to inqiire, in whose po...ses.-io: 1' vy-s: : II to that which was perpt>'trat' c..r or two ; oni> 8OuO ae; regular solders ; thea:
of the iiu- ., in North Carolina. 1 hi j-Ir> found 1'iin
and vexations go and
as the nutet mijortii.t nt .ii ar mlitiaandarefj
{ the busy scene. He v\as a tall, handsome man; at present : tlttr guerillas
man propensities.That it hat; caused many an ol easy address, and polished manners, who seemed "It is all in yourpossession," said toe :"dy.u I guilty, and he was sentenc -d I.} -.L-e ( nun tu .i i(k y : rid batilv. coth..d. to remedy wbici] .

Tionest! gentleman in turn author cannot lie disputed to regard: all around him with HI air of very Do not trifle with me,'' said tie gentleman, undergo the full uum.-hmrnt av\'; ru'ii b.. law tel inhabitants of ihi> city are called "I1

; and that it has pcopltd I Parnassus *ith polite unconcern. He announced as an oliicer patting her dll'eh-u yoU have made me :he happy I I --namely, a tine of one thousand d"I li., .- and Lofuiiush llt shuts, and -thcr apparel.

p.-iuiit forms & hungry aspectis equally unques- of hiS Britannic Majesty's: s-emce, and brother to master ol your jerson, iiiid it is time to give tvo y a-8 impri-orimerit. '1 he atrot'ity was 1J

tirrable.! Cii'iitkn.en! : thereforvl.o, write for Earl Somebody in }< nglalld. It wa reported that me the disposal of four fortune." perpetrate in Appoquinimink hundred, during I IAL8c ALAIM.. ..On morni. ':
biead should not to Watering Place For He is .urtuue kinder, said she laying B 'J
t go lie hail landed posscsriolls in the west. My face l my ,
large the uf the (Ijf ialaturc ill January
>e-i-ItJl1 owned*
; iiu-h who
vittithe two:
viewed tjis me on Cieek,
I have always subject well her hand his shoulder.
my part did not to I'eekOCICty, hut was too on
e\e, of a pi;" osopher, and have m-ver cea.;;cd hied to appear repel any civilities which were offered to ., To be plain with you madam," said the irnpaSfioned la-.t ; and thin Lrgislaturdcenimg: a crnn of hog running U the n.rifje went out :

, to deplore tle; inflexibility: of that ordnance of our him. The gentlemen were all (pleased with his brzdtgrour..iI nave need tor money :tii h atrocious character des-crM1, of u ii.oiecuui11iI and mark them. In uomj thi3 they t'I-

nature, which lotows the bes'.anpetiteuvou those good;; ; sen.se, his knowledge of the' world, and the I immediately; -the lived gig in wine .we cume: totins punisHinont tI:al! vjpMiucvd bv th- ,t I L Jy: made a gi-od deal if noi:e. A

who are least able to supply them. Physicans: suavity of his manners, but as he seemed to avoid place has been returned, and I :.:.\f, J"1 t-.e: I f'\lstlllr.-; law, passed ati art making; it a rajji1 young men were led by their business a ..

disjlav i J a most tme! ling apathy to the futlerings; the ladies, they had little opportunity of ebtimatmg means to procure amtiicr coiueyaiiC' .' .. I 1 11 otft.nc: :. Delaware paper. kit inity, having the midge of Indiana mipriu ''
of their fellow creaturt, when they inconsiderately "To be equally caidid with yo" :->1- .f tIthe
his of
qualities. I f hf mmrJ the Unking
> ir hearing
subuinister provocatives to the palate of every Miss met by accident happy bride, I lave nothing inliie v\> 3iU rfff
Major Fitzconnell and Simper i A NOTION.-The York County Farmer has of hog?, and the hallooing of i
Xne who fannies: himself deficient in voracity, without had what :qifalmg
the fountain. The officer who just "ou see.
at ovrr I.. marriage: head, a representation ot a in th- wood-, 1Ik u for that the rsiprocet'tied
said the ;
inquiring into the ability of the patient to sustain filled his at her approach presented it to the "Have you no ml estate ? Majorstarting granted .
and cherish te nf'wlv'akeued sense. If I Iwas who glass in the transparent element, drop- on his feet. on.p-mv .f l gills, employ: with rods anolin' from Indians, who were appnng ,,"
lady, sipping
of the healiiiu art I would ask -.- fishing Hi a pool tor husbands. One ha-
a practitioner ped her handkerchief. The gentlemen very gal- "Not an acre. the seUle.lenb for war and laugbtr .(
my patient if he was a poet, and if he answerrd lantly picked up the cambric, and restored it to the "No bank stock ?" eau.' h. taCt ch.ip by the waist, and holds lino :.c..urse-aetin upon these convictions, il, |

in the affirmative, Ihoul' congratulate him upon fair f hand of its owner-but the blushing damsel a- "None." danu'iot' ; in the: air III an apuaientl) very un- ,ery naturally gave the alarm to the nei .

the (lelirlr.\. his appetiU. 1, &would nositive'y conscientiously' forbid the"exhibition' bashed by the easy attentions of an elegant :stranger No securities-ncjcwels-no" I: money r ('Ollltrtc.l'1Il' suuati-r.. Anothe h.i..; <:au hi a on Appl river, who all, without delay, st1 1or ,
Ion c. in her confusion last her reticule, which the Nothing of the kiid. labi ( .vuli the tigm L 10.000 I t.pou it, to indi- Galma. by ti j
the of who had the heiress ot rich They were preceded :
regulate appetites those gootfortune the and a
soldier gracefully replaced her wrist, with a Are you not I and MOI husband
dimen.sions upon c.ite, p"l ihaps, tr. III". a ial fleet horse who br
the :
to be placed under my care, by < messenger, on a ,
side broker? !
bow. A on the one ,
most respectful
of their Thus patients would! courtesy [ islur o jf.ct in I .Vr.; and a tiiird has just the' ahrm to town. A ptOpt!
purses. my and another bow, on the other, terminated the civilities Not I, indeed. great many
be rated, like ships of war, bv their weight of metal of this meeting. The: gentleman pursued Who the devil an you then 1" [ got her hook i 0; .. .,:'h L 01'ilkt'h looking ng here, from different parts of the cou
: he could three f lull meals a day, witha of idklnnd' is i .. -.-. -. t pulling hun out of
compass I his walk, and the lady returned to her chamber. "I am your wife, siand, thedaughter a very .rediting the report, posted off without
lunch at noon and a hot supper at midnight, That Miss Simper f felt duly sensible of the honourof honest blacksmith." tie water, to give notice to respective friends B
should ruralize at Bedfoid or Saratoga; ; and have: from the Bless !" exclained the Major, starting back .
having solicited three graceful congees me he could be contradicted, the 1
bark: and wine to las heart's content. ; a less plethoric brother of an English Earl cannot be doubted; with astonishment-Hen covering his l face with report
and Ff."M THE NATIONAL CAZf.TTC. :: was in motion. The gaitrength
allowance report
should be ountry
placed on
; absorbedin
purse nor can we suppose, without injustice to that gen I both his bads, he remaned for a moment
tvliere the income was :low state debility, mea tleman's taste, that lie saw with indifference the thought. Resumiiif his serenity, he said in a Thf' ,.s.r.--A: o (\\tr ('t is i fnna! ; letter: on the in its passage, and by the timeiPhed

gre diet, and nauseating draughts' should! be jiret6ciibed. 'nanling! blushes which those attentions had drawn :: sneering tone: *, I coigratulate you, madman, on sn. ,.Tt '>t the prott-nt of! the! ;dl.!! .. .In France, 1 :: Plate, it vas stated that Galena hdj
But as it seems natural that the force(( of of like 'oursdf. I am a into the hands of 4 ( India*j
forth; certain it is, however, that as they separa- being the wife! a berger, wnt .. 'J) a well-inlbrnind correspondent( en or 5,000
reason should forbid men from pursuing 1, .ed in oppoiite directions, neither of them was ruined man, and knownot whence to supply my and iheiid. I I This'enfc.. the saying of an old lad]t' '
which, when obtained would he burthensome. "
een to cast a longing lingering look behind. immediate wants. who said, she neverNsjj
am in the habit of believing that the visitors whom As I had not the privilege of intruding into eitherof CaR you not drawon the earl your brother u You 10that in England, France and cqtiaintaace lose any.thmg by the totin of it'j
I meet at \\ atering Places to be persons of fortune their chambers, I cannot sav what l fairjj forms said the lady. the United States treaties ratified b\ the Executives : tory to

who purchase pleasure with their superfluous might have flitted around the Major's pillows, nor "I have not the honmr of being allied with no- of the contracting psrties-here the 'rifling as this occurrence may appj
wealth, or seek appetites because they have was attended with serious consequence;
whether the fair one dreamed of coronets, coats bility.
and Senate, which quoad hoe is anExetutjve
wherewithal: to gratify them. of arms, kettle drums, and epaulets. In short, I : Perhaps you can lave recourse to the paymaster the whole country. People were By:
bndr-arc .
hindill The Paris
But a Watering Place has other uses and attractions. t !: houses
readers their
am not able to inform the inquisitive of your regiineit. very direction ;
Dashingblades may lawfully resort thitherto I whether the parties thought oi each other at all ; I do not happen to belong to any regiment." Constitutionel speaks of ratification by the i whether they have all yei got settled

i-pori their equipages, and beauties to display but from the extreme difficulty of again bringing II' And have you no Iuds in Arkansas Chambers ; this is nonsense. No :ueh ratification should be cautious how they give alL
their charms. Southern gentlemen find a flavour.of in I inclined Not acre." is required. But in i j' hero, pie
I two such diffident persons contact am -I an ranee, ns false
a mint julep greatly enhanced by the refresh- to think the adventure would have ended here ; Pray then, sir, maj I take the liberty of asking no money can be drawn Irom the Treasury and he who would wiltully give a |
ing coolness of tl.e: mountain spring, and city ladies houid be tarn d and feathered at least-
-had not chance, which oft decides the fates of who you are ? ithout an This is all that is
bloom like wild flowers in these salubrious re- mighty monarchs." decided theirs. I' I am your husband, madam, at your service, appropriation. iman.SOLDIERS..
required to the not force but effect.
treals Your Watering Places is moreover a notable I attendance and famous who left me heir IIVt' treaty .
fd.ool' l for good manners for as the parties N. Simper's- health, required her .only.son. .to a -gambler That there \\ be difficulties in Vrn....., .. I_ am_ inl
il % "
.n soldier
f at the fountain on the following morning, at an I II I to his principles and all his j>ossessions. n.y .- Though a ,
ate lor the most part strangers to each ether; all while others father education said the much afraid. Every opposition tries to embarrass _
unusually early hour; and the Major, My gave me a of peace, i is like a chimney in sumfl.
are J free and equal ; and then tesults that absence.of I,I were snoring, had sallied l forth to enjoy the invigorating lady." the existing government.. You will what wiseman: would pluck down hi3ch''.
constrant andeasy: of manntr, which is so much : freshness of the Dearly breeze. They met So did mine" said the getlcinan but it has: recollect what happened in our House of Representatives -
; because his almanac tells him it is
.admired in high life There is no herald's l office the well and : from the lriek .t
again by accident propitious as not prevented me trumping wrong about the British Treaty of 1794
kepi here. Here is no balancing of straws. and the attendant who is usually posted there to fill this thnne. T under John Adams. It was unpopular, and ofJune V'-Tozi BROWN.
weighing: of leathers-no find out WHO is VHO. j the glasses of individuals, had not yet taken hia So saying Major Fitzconnell bounced out of the the
One gentlerWn may wear blue, and another black, I I i station, the Major had not only the happiness ol chamber, hastened to the bar, and called the land- Opposition argued that they were not legally HUSBANDS." A woman may JeI 1
but a *' man's a man for a' that"-and as everyman followed &. or morally bound to make an appropriation useful ofback
performing that office, but of replenishing the ex- lord. His interesting bride on tiptoe, doctnne from the game
may place his own name on the books with hausted vessel, until the lady had quaffed the full listened unoWrvtd: The Major inquired at what for it. They did not succed, however, I: which is not to take up her man till SbI''

whatever tide or addition he pleases, he has only measure prescribed by the medical doctor of this time the mail-stage would pass for N. Y. About and the appropriation was made. Englandhas of binding herself to hkn,"-ToM Bao

to choose his own rank, and he passes currept accordoigly. little community. I am not able to say how often midnight," was the reoly. Please to secure not forgotten this, and sonv good-natured
Misery" it i is said brings us intostraIige they pledged each other in the salubrious beverage -. me a seat," said the Major, and let me be friends in that country will not have failed to SENSE.-" One wants ready poke
company"-so foes misery's opposite, informed that the waked the hour. seat ?" inquired
but when the reader is at proper Only one this to the
suggest precedent opposition mem- much oftener than
Here are singular! .t'.oD1binations, not to the one wants
pleasure Quantum }prescribed to a delicate female varies I the host.U One seat only !h" was re
be explained by of the established rules of af-- that it bers in France. This appears to me to be every-day sense, very-day wit i
any from four to eight gLasses, according to the nature ply. The landlord remarked was customary -
finitv attrdction or cohesion. of her complaint, and that a lady cannot decor- for gentleman who set ott'.in the night to the true ground on which the matter rests." tertainment ; a man who i in only go G

'To the lover this is a congenial climate. Is it ously sip more than one mouthfulwitnout drawing pay their t fare in advance, upon which the Major days is good for very little."-Co '

not strange that a sympathy should exist betweenthe breath, it will be seen that ample time was afforded paid for his seat. LA" .-" A prince exalting his own authority Ur--1 ;_ _

palate, and heartViIL my f fair and gentle on this occasion for a tdt- .tett. The ice be- The Major & his wife retired to separate chambers above his laws, is like letting his enemy KUO..KlJb, AND PROVISIONS

readers believe that love and hunger. the one a ing thus broken, and the water duly quafled, the ; the former was soon locked in the arms of surprise his guards. The laws are the only ?t.Marks.-Kerr. and hate lau __

gro s vulgar appetite, the other a genteel, delicate gentleman proposed a promenade, to which the sleep ; but the latter repelled the drowsy god from guards he can be sure will never run away ed trom N. York, Charleston turgs New.( .
sentimental:; passion, mav be awakend and invigorated lady after some little hesitation acceded ; and when her eyelids. When she heard the stage drive up from him."-SAVILLE. have on had 450 sacks ground Liverpool salt: I_ _

by the same stimulants? It is even.so. The the great bell summoned them to breakfast, they to: the door of the inn, she hastily rose, and having rels superfine floor: 50 ditto mesa and prij _
air of the country is alike salubrious to a leeble repaired to the table wjth excellent appetites, and prevously made up her bundle, without whicha 8000 pounds bacon sides: 10 hogsheads Ole
frame, or a debilitated attachment. The sight ol cheeks glowing with healthful hues, produced by lady never steals a march, hastened down stairs. DRUNKENNESI.The sight of a drunkard 9 ditto molasses: 10 barrels pilot and nM7

haystacks, and waving corn, and flowry meads I the exercise ol the morning.At -Upon the way she met the landlord, who inquired is a better sermon against that vice, than the teirs rice: 66 bags Havanna coffee: 10 D0* _
delusion around the intoxicated best that candles: 5 barrels sperm oii: 3 ditto linsceajfitto _____
.create a sweet ten o'clock the lady issued forth from her if.her husband was awake. was ever preached upon that subject, -
train ditto 20 ditto old monongaheli
.. senses of the lover, and peoples the, scene with I chamber, adorned with new charms, by the recent He j is not," said the lady, and need not be -SA TJLLE. 30 ditto common: ditto: SL Croix and QV ___

rr'ruphs and swains, and all the delightful pan hours of tjjietand straying pensively, book disbursed." and common gin: brandy and

plernajla' of pastoral love. Mineral water is :ts I .11 han /to tBt "rJb rest corner of the great piaz- The seat was taken for you then ?" ipquired 14 As the sun disdains not to give light to Hold nai asrted seizes : iron and castingS y

nutrUous to the heart, as it is invigorating to the I 'a: commenced her studies, It happened at the the inn keeper. the smallest worm, virtuous a general asaortmentof articles in &
body. Why is it that die young lady. I -line; moment, that the )faj. fresh from his valet's Certainly." the life the 10 prince protects "- and dry-goods lie they offer at moderate f _
Whose soul blythe Cupid never Bought to stray lInda i hied himself to the same cool retreat, to Oh very well-we'll not disturb the gentle ot meanest of hU subjects. ""' Cotton, and produce will be f .' __i3
Beyond the Coxcombs who infest Bioadway, >-eath forth the melancholly musings of his soul, man-the stage is ready, madam-jump: in. Mrs. -SIR SIDNEY.

sooner to Balls ton than her ambition soa .ijxm his flute. Seeing the lady nesitated, beged : Fitzconnell' jumped in accordingly, and 'was 8ion ,. prices.K3Dr.. JOHN B. TAY1q

po to nobler objects gets and she who a few days befoi.submitted :.:: pardon for his intrusion, and was about to re- I on her way lo New-York, leaving the gallant and What you leavj at your death, le it be forms his friends and the Public,that hiS* _

patiently to the addresses of a DIHDI". Ire-but the lady assured him it was no "intrusion -: ingenious Major to provide another conveyance, without controversy y. ele tht Uwjiarg will be far restored as enable him to resume A jtlduucj. _
pow aiiuts at the subjugation of a .manly heart: at all]]," and laid aside her book. I and A new wife at ha leisure, i )'ou, heirs.1': -F. OSBCWB* ;I July 1 30 1833 50 U ..

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?T : M4dilO 00 6 Hereby give notice to all to whom it may con\.lm. i I Flit 8.\.LE.-J n<. 4.o\ "ell k..U\\'h --- -1 -.

Bamiltou, 00 40Columbia .1. that 1 1 shall six weeks from the date hereof, aj.ply i in the city ot Talkhassee, known a* the KEMUVAL .

00 46 to me Judge of the county court of Jefferson county, Planteis' Hotel. If not disposed of pieviouj to the THE Subscriber takes this opportunity to inform

AaamJ.\Wt" Abehua for letters of admiruaration on the estate of John C. 1st of October the property wil be rented on reasonable Customers and the public generally, that he
JUN'E 8. 14 00 Morgan deceased. J. B. SCOTT. teuns. THOMAS BALTZELL. Agent has removed his Confectionary to the house of Messrs.

SA TUROA MORNINGS Dun.l, 67 00 Monticello, June Sth 1833._436w 3-13m for Ritrhies extor.Terntor L. 4M.. A Armistead near the Capitol Sou are,where

St. Johns, 62 00 SAl- virtue of deed Florida, ) Jackson he keeps constantly hand the.beStoC'UQ.UOR3 of
the human race Uy a of trust ex- county Superior Court
of TRUST all kinds
The CnoUra.-This scourge Nassau, 18 00 by Thomas T. V\ illison, ucaring date, Western District. J March term 1833. Porter Cider-also various kinds of Wine and Cordials

at Apalach.colaMostSJinUbitantsUve Monroe, 00 25 Jaiu 3d 1831, to secure tne payment of about |2, i50 Richard H. Long and Peter W. easier Sen. complainants &c&.C., Different, Ale-Candies Sweatmeats, Pickle*,

klV-We have heard ofco due to the West Point Found.uy-a( payment of about Tt: William Jfwtfcrwe//, Jofin S. Holt and William which he offers kinds of Relishes at all time's all of
647 379 J1500 baring since been made)and for other purposes W. IIM, defendants.-Iu chancery. thanks his on terms. He tenders his sincere

cases up the nver. A number of net > therein mentioned. I shall to offer for the to. customer generally, for their liber-
pret. i&te not been heard from proceed appearing to satisfaction the court that the al favors the
yoteatthe May election for dd- officially, amounting in all lo about two hundred vOles salj at public auction, for can, beiure the courthousein IT is net inhabitants of this territory.1 .- attention to business past to merit a hopes continuance by unremitted of
of the the first their
Statement the returns have be.n re- by which the present majority for CoL White will be Tallanassee on Monday day of July next, herefore it is ordered that the said defendants, William patronage.
a* lor a. certain Steam Engine B'ilers and there Moderwell S.
vtt' in Congress a apparatus John Holt and William S. Holt,
tt1rd.. increased ofty votes at Jcast, belonging. Sale to take place 1* o'clock. appear and answer the complainants bill, tiled kerein, July 10, 1333. 47 tf 'VEST.
WHIT .Cn.L. 43tds] "'1\1. G. BTJGKSS Trustee. within three months otherwise
: the bill will be taken P.
R. K. West
At this time when tile British has just received direct from
seriously conftsso. And it further ordered that
pro of
a copy Baltimore
One Hundred Dollars Reward.PROCLAMATION. a large of the
tuambiiJ.ttt1sscula. supply best
very quahtier cf
138 72frinle' contemplates emancipating the slaves in the this order be published in some authorized newspaper LUCORS AND coJCruTIOIUB.T.-His friends
an.. the
10 3 \Vest Indies) we trust the flIowing extracts from in Tallahassee one* a week for three months-after lovers of gwod eating and drinking, are invited to call

Yard, 45 15 an English paper will not be uninteresting to our By, tht Acting Governor of Florida, and deling Super- aiuvv er,to parties law. be permitted to take depositions according and judge for themselves. Oct. 30th 1832. lltf

jv.vy; 00 intrndant of Indian Affairt therein. FRESH DRUGS
12 readers. I A true copy, ,GARDEN SLEDS,
fKitia, '19 14 II EKE AS, Philip Oaks and Gtorgc Stafford, of SEARS cl'k. received a full of Fresh
L'hJ.ftclt'dj ', bite : Free W attest, BRYAN JUST supply Dru $ and
BUck water, Cioverizers.Culonis. : Fayette county, stand charged oath with .
U24 J 'I laVt8\\IBlacks.Jamain on Marianm. M.ny 11th 1332. 33mTREISURT
104 h.l iig on or about the night of iheSJthof April, 1 J33, \UTH.'E. 3000 APERS OF LANDRETIIS' CELEBRATED GARDEN
15,000 331,00) 40:000 Ed.r1..f Belmore.Btrbatbes unlawfully trespassed and imrouded upon the Reserveof HERB, AND FLOWER SEED. -Ro8I.soN' PATE\T BAR.LET. .

15,000 1,000 5,000 SIr James Lyo... Colonel John Blunt, head chief of the Indian town DEPARTMENT FLORIDA, ) .-SAGO POWDER.-GERMAN LE..CH.l. %
IfdtD'L.A1cu8i C.LI3H
j, 8 00- AntlgUi 2,000 30,0"( 4,5,0 Sir Patnc Ituss.Grenaca lola, resened to hun; bj the United States in the treaty Trtasurtr's Office, TalW.asiee, 10th May 1833. )SA AMERICAN TOOTH BRUSHES.-ji' KINDS or MEJI,
3.00 24,500 3 7Oir of Camp Moultrieind with RULE lias been established at tu! LOZENGES INAL.
, 54 1 u Camoe11.SLVitncnt having burglariously > apartment, -;\ATS? 4RP & Noit' INK, MID INK POW
Pea r1tr. 67 8 3,00 3.5oo o, .s0U .ir Geo. t. 1-lift. entered and broke into the li.mse of said Blunt, in said in consequence of the grratnumUrof uncurrent OERS.--SplCtS.-'V'lNFSrP 'RFrMkRT, &I'. &C

I. McC\tkills. 26 IIMCG1UI St.Chast'r IO0 19,504 2JOt Vm. icolay.Nevia. county, and feloniously to..k iherefro.ii about seven Bank Notes, now in circulation this territory ALSO.-A small lot Guinea Grass seed, whir wiB

Sa\lilt's, 8UlI 9,000 1,80 Booth uy Lt G. hundred dollars in hank notes and s-: eric, and also That iv> ll.mkotcs will be received fromTax Col- be sold low for cask 0" opp.-ovc-d credit.

'" 15 00 Virgirisle' 8,1)0 5,4uO 6,07 J Ihthurst L.G. goods, and *caring apparel of said B.iinr.of ilie value Icctois, or any others hating money to |'ay inu the E. B. PERKP"S.

: Durniaci 8,00 14,5UO 3,6OJ of about three hundred dlIars. AND WHEREAS, s>aid tuasury, but such as arc current at the time the payment rnirrh 2J 1. ISr ,r.

,. 140 20 i Tobago 3,50 12,700 1,0U NaL BlackwelLMontsnru' Oaks and taft.vd, luvin* been arre.-t'd on a.d! cnar" e is made nuo tht treisury.39if T"laSi' I

I 5,00 6,00, 7OU tewalt L. U. were ou failure 10 ive bail, ordered to be committed CHARLES: >.TIN, Territorial Trecsurer. 1.G :

I. ;rc3flngto : 1lurJct's. Bahamas 4.00 9,50U 2,0I" .irJ't ... :lIutl1.Trindad 10 Jail uy a j justice of the Peace of laid county, on At\11'l 1 ATiUX'b NUTlUh.-All p rs.'ns

I f Miller's. 18 13,500 2 ,OOO 16,'J'I Lewis (3ract. solId char l', and having wiii! In charge of the officer :13nds of \\0 hatsoeH r naiure agaust thee Ulh.tioH:: lv ..1: uitt waie-house then

i I 30 19 Lucia JOOO 13,50 4,000 conducing them to Jn, forcibly ;.k und escaped t.ltc of John M'lvcr deceased, are O su'-'i r.I.. hit> rrctntly a..ll.J

_; ".-. 7 00 lYll'.l. .hie._ rilslixlf, >iriHli.. tinnnt..._.* .r ..>.._..;n_ ... 1._,._ ."n. tliani tn .u_ ..i_.;_:-._.___ __'requested.L --- u pre-w.' ilv. 1'111 t .," .,),. .... f'". ..__:_.. a spaciou. Liuldbww
EClnr.na, --- -V-.J -I .us. ittigc, aa cwiik mviii iu me ttuiniiiiairuiriA wiuioUl oelar. II .j s ivtv, iuiiucciviit;' fotioi.and good .
4 1 Wat'Indit Colonies ihc following estimate of the has ')1' n I'' ''cslntt-d lii-J'j e. they aie not presented within to yca-* they will be Tl-i-nn! M'CAR Y.

E'orJtt' _ value of our \V cst.India Colonies is. taken Irom the renrt Now i !1'1 hereby ntLr th aforesaid reward nf ONE forever barred. MARY M'lVER, adm'trix. -ar flua'rnbr27t1; |_ f

of fH;: Dl .OJ .-AH.> Tor their apprehension alldut.l.vcry T.lIaha":5.'c.tay Uth 1&33. 39- 7'U .
59 7Jckson. | the select cotnmiuee uf the House Lords re- \ "c.1, n ana ? iu > rf o.Uv-.i :ius "'jb.
: ccnJy pubhsiiea :- Iii of :'iis tel rit.ry, for trul on i. I&D.Ml\lT1tA'1'It's Ni-'I i .-In !.llr"\ICl .. 1 .td u *::*,'I. t-r.:\iouo ti i. fit ot Jai.uai .ast
s>aid ch::. .\ A''i: nia'stritcs offictrs and ,
SRIT1SU CO"O) II5. peace i 2. of a decree of the Jiidgr of t. t: t .uuty n.-j.-t i.' : C. '..t fo--w.-.i miiin diaixly ..- ; discharge: tht une
Br'wu's\ 16 1 Jamaica /58,126,2y8 .all gOi-il. 'i s>, ar ,d.-M'fcth 'njoiixni to aid in lh- : tile county of Leon, I-lull sell to (j.e I-:\\'csl( b frr, I i is loiigcf induceice w'll l; :. 'I.' ucn.

ebunlle. I r 62 !511arlanna Baibadoes 8UtuuJU :ppr. ;lLI1I ai.d .s.ue k'-e n'g -A l said; (Uaks and Maff I I on Saturday the bti (hy of June neiIM.. ;!he t ;'pr-: 1\. .nd h. .fe 3. Jiii,. t. present stock ION for
60 80 Antigua 4Jo-OUO .to answer to U e strn.UI square m the city ..,*' T'Ulihassee, lot >*.. Ill I .rd i aiti, auj.r'atl.i':'', by rt'di. t.'.1 would sell the. e; IC

13 2 bi. OJ. stopher 8,/ciJ, i. en udder niv htnd ct the city >)f Tallihassee, I 1-4111 fie original planf the ci'sof T.lliaht.-e". '" *' \lKic.x oaier} in- r.uerms.. t tb

J as. rown''" : .HIS 1,7 JIJ,i uO this hist dsy of June 1S53, an.i or"the l% dependence ing a part of the otate' .i James:fiauni&ter dec js\.t-! aLa: ",v>( \ictn"u J I',:... f
56 35
of tLi United
C ETPltonhp Mcntsoirat loai,4lo Sixics Tie fifiy-s '.,niu year. A credit of fou; In inins u il; i le :i\ -i f CArlLl
i'ronn.-'n.s :
-' .t. .
JA.-LsD. [ .e cd and lull
WES C -ci'fd
; 1 Jun. L
396w : :
.L Virgin Islands 1O.J,100 NEEPi-AM DDLEY.. ad.n'r.r.jilY JL lio eGhN':RAL A1)LiT
"et't. GO'j' Si.p't.43Lf JACKSON, m-
197 143 Gieuuua 4y.i,36jau :
'I v 4v0b6Doninca ( ] .f !i.{''., :\11. s- ]'\\r, TAX1.S.-TIC! citizclof 'I all.ihaast are tin LI ,it' puuiic i.it f.e \s i.. ..' tnd the ensuing caort, I
iactnt ___ .. ( lit in : th
Faeek.Oci4cee rumnuncing > of .March and to end tht
--- otL
-- --- ( informed that the
50 4G 3,0.>6oOu c !"lu.ir- l.,;.' i.Zr.: l t ::111111., L"'I.L.....- I j ) city raie: tor :33 of June, at TJtaL.Late. ,
'1'nuiuad 4,93 tb Y W U.a art now du,', and they are requt tel In pay the &a"!ie
39 71 ;; qu.r( a cjndiu.t.t e.-iesi-i.t L"t-n i Lis> stallion i> -.. \,ell Known throughout ,
FrlIIKan: 10 subscriber, at his office in the 20U foot Stave
lithamu" .. struct,
2,041.iOO 'Uiay in tli- next l 1"ysLitivcu. c.i. :3i of Alabama, Loui.Mana a..dli
& I& ipt'l. und in
dooi of the tnii
one east court-house
GadstkU. 3 17hr&lln' Bermudas .. 1111,000jiUflUura llL.uSi": 3 ii hEL: \ -L c-TTuKTi]:;:: attend regularly! in th>- last five: days square of,this wn.'re month he wui to i Territory, as f &ucr. &aful racir, that a j.articukirCctail
M'Calj's 571,760 Jf .11:: Ins
perlbimaucts i is
T1IHE Subscriber has finish his co.Iection > ni-t dtemed nttt At
27 10 an assortment a rr- to !11*. the last ary.
I Jockey-club ract near this city, he ran ft. tht
Lst.'S 6 00 Total, 1 100,0 14,664 ot Biount's best: steii S<\v C"itti Gins, assorted second days jiiira* .,i3tanci.g; his four ,
siLtS, trom 30 in 71 Sdvs, ujuh uili be sold at $2 aiu IStf City Tax Collector tIe firM csnip.'uw'
heat. Atth.
.t ,
j ; 12 27Ru.hll1' ) r.anua races he al'..
X l\olJs LCDED COLONIES. ij2-2j per aw on .1 Urt.Ji; 1111..1(| the first day ot January ; ftllthc second
1l'UU d day.purse,afio- distanced all
: 6 next, to guod res 1,1,...1. 1LUf1 &c.- courtlier
Dcmerara id 118,410,180Berince 1 jilt'titscrs.Ala the .
-- a Essniuibo second he .t w ii i ,
1 : itemed l..bt and at the last
)65 95 no n, 2, I. 5->. \ j : o ,, a large ; Cluincy races
auicy, 7,415,160 : J\tI.= : _. I f'tc: ; '' Mipply ut lieN drugs and he took the first iliy& :\ without contest.
BUlel 14 2Apabga Tobago 2.6d2a20 UNITED STAVES L-\I L, TEA\I.B-"A lie is six ytarsuiu and
; I : 'mjt niLdicmca : which wuh the of the U&i stock in the I

: 13 14 :t. Lucia !,jt9OUU A'L NDREWJACKSO. AND ; .\! stnck before oi. h.md makes States, being sired by the famous Timoleon one of -L

II ; 58 2&dbury' o.\ assorthicnt most celebrated and tavriuitc colts of old Sir Arch
\ more
11M!, II 1 __._:4Sr.. VlA1LLES.-lrorut2o-: conipletc -
,037,560So i and his
dam I
P3ttt I and full than it has was by the high: bred imported hors
4 4 .
._ .1 -is ,' A|1'1..1| !1..1I'hcflb. Thea I E' I yet \\
1 \ C'-li'ia'Ui ; been Anion: the! articles hip. He is a bioou bay,-upwanj! > of 16 luU'a:
that the whole am't is no leas than131,042,424 J" i t dltt-inately, r-voiy I rpreivcd --Rowand's high, and unites itrcu ti. -.\th
rec rtly great
: 328 11:3Lro'L Io iauj/A-I./ ( lVe':ne> ftj, HI 6 v'CJ'lck1.. t fui Appalachuola i arc : tci'it mixture, a and action. : beauty of t'.ln
tffeaii' t feciialc\in fo'-flK! FerlTantl.-1
d MAY 7. and wHI! III.fI'M" ilu I -w i.i ". MONTREAL, ironi. aita't: u-sfj u. Ai. !h11 Pensacola, at .r.SlU- I,I }. !'"- no tooth wash-ihe b' >t preparation known for Terms : JJ40 to ensurctlip owner to pay if the war

Tall.lhllsst't, f 132 206 Mammoth Steam Ship.-We have visited the laga on Tuesday and Thu:adayuinnun. In letuiiunt I 'lbt':. -eol teeth and gums : 3U Kinds fancy medicated is traded)-Jl30 the seasondeductinj: 5 it paid witJ '
utfiir G.UJ.tllj' 10 J1U' ROYAL \VILLIAM steam ship now in our port, and will le.l\c Appal icliicfva CHI) '1 iu.rs.la} and Friday |. eiiffes&.c. l-.. n. PERKI.\S. the season ; and J;I5, tor "-leap.; The numb
sails at 4 o'clock for '1'aPhiaee Miv4ih 133. of m.rcs "ill be limited as he w ill be the .
1 13 vviac to-morrow morning it 10 .)'rIock A .M. and mive: a. .r\-r'I j !.ur.' ihr ntxidays : 5tf fall run at ne
1j jJ races. ,
-; QueLxrc. She is of 180 horse power, and measures l hy 12 IJ'CI'tC. M. vfi.it .. .\'-:(noe. rlll i.d
3, Bra- ';" 8 J2 i 13sO tons, and has private cabins fitted up m the fir Tallaiiisee.The starts I tAlit I IFTt. f HURi'.S.- Gi-od paturaze etc. etc. can be furnished on reason

ie w | Tus.a lib 10 6 I j. 1. ;a liKilv pair of northern Lie terms, for mares fniam a d i-t lIICf, to which the
of prf
j !. moat commodious style, far larger than those of p.ojKi the ibove 'ightdraucUljOCiiave! I "'p .
wnic.'i will
rse, are and of a fine attend if requested.
l Tn.zius 1 the packet ships of New-York, lor( 43 sellgers. iiuested a iar'. iap>taiit liiiu.I ; ....t.i .iV( r tli; ioinfurl 1 bay; cwl u.:, and will youns i! work well together be assumed t accidents "f responsibility w
FTEZUU1)' 5 141 Last India- of pas: n/erE, :n tK .oi'h;' cu. CXJM.C at.oi, hat a I I escapes. |i|
hid ) &, She is equal in measurement, to our i '. I .r taL'erisc. E. J. RUDER rs &co. I Certificates of the full! pcdigrte will be furnished.
discerning ""otnniun.tv li hOt butler ihis (tie firs I I
15 and fir1'lt'i her qualities as a : at- ; 4th Fur further
; M.\.n.ho. I men, presents, at w, T"lIaha'ce. May 1-33. 3jtf particulars see bills, or apply to
'hitvl wllh R.Kay-
\\ak' r's. 6 4 sea ve sel. There is nothing about her that seems tempt to suj-jily .11.pi! a r.g1 M nmito! ) : warn, J. H, Rando.ph, J. D. Wefctcott jr. or Joh1.v a If
dnw t..rI't w i : t
71lal go; i.
'. hl1er'i, ", O J of rivers-her qualities are tor the ocean, and she App-h-I: -.'!' i. J.lq"_ .. 't P'3. aitf LOOK HERE Booth. March 2d 1833. 2 UP

.I 81't I almost out of place, though she lays on .; t- I t IUV AYE 1-'r
appears ,. H .vtI&r_,. 7.; t\ .t LUlJh..1' ll.'l> : !-.J ... in ER'IA C'1 ENT.-The subset,
0 3 WoI-h jU I.j.lUJi1JY jj. ." s on:
0 .ark :30 3SMicuuky : our noble river, the St. Lawrence. \\ e wish her J."J .''r inibrms his friends and tae public that he will
\ Hl ,U\\ ; > has aiiii j'- st rtcei\od }per the scliO'-ner ,
I captain and owners every success they can desire I Fletcher i>it T1e: future only keep privtehoiiseof cntuinment
32 51 t..I.\, capt. horn l w-Yurk at d Paii-dtl- ,
j''in their determination to let her run between this i ROCKY CoMroi I\IIDLL l-t''-L'A. I ph'a, a" ,are supply oi fnsn jood?, \IZ : a fii.e assoit- and promises always tn keep 'his stables well filled with

tS 'i"- 28-J 404Jcfrsai city and Quebec, fur he is indeed a splendid; monument I pnl.271.. I J3." .)7DuC v io"nl of f.incv fVltco. latest Ubhions: dom-stics. an corn.It.......and.....$...fodder..__h ,_and rr .hw_ _l1 t ble. siiC'Ulied-:- -i with the.heat_
* : )ru"I.j & i ttA : '.'. 'L. .7 :0.Q.U' 'u: \nu troIiCILS me counnnuance ot
| l .',' the commercial eiterprize and prosperity assortment of V ilnungt stripe : lasting N. buttons: his: old
\ and
aotic of Canada.-HtT. \ It:.'>> tea> .- I uifiioti\ I" tI. p Mj.:(\' hj |I ."'..till.-jr, a hall S' mt aisortnient lor ;enilcmtirs sum- liie' poMic! patrona :

.:hlllc'r"., J8 45 : nysic, teiidcr ,fxei \It.C"! to the inii-ioii u..b (.1 Lc- llicrware : brnwn linen, very fine : jfretn camlet: silk Quincy, May 18, 1b13. 4UI. H. \\ ILDER.Hc.ALTIl .

hlOlIII.s .- 14 56 I cii and the luljiccn1 c uiuieb, in the :e\erat c'JU.tlCIi.t1 \. het : :tUHt 11tn'. ic youths white beaver and -um- SECURhD.-liy tm useot the
N. Y. Hygt-
Texas. the schr. at -
003tcr -By Fredericksburg, br-fiches. of'JiMr
and wool 1 hats rnlcmen's line
lt..Lt.'S 15 171itd1 ponai"n. mPI hats : m II's boys : universal meuicmesof
the Crit-
)f from Metamoras, we learn that a vessel of war I uah.ot: .\p.d '.1 1'33.o thrtaJ loves, saddles! and bnules, best quality : an isli: College: of health, London which have obtained
39 1261L1ky' I ;
'a I from Vera Cruz arrived at that place a few days .i.i; rlt'-'i jl : r. unit iilum Nii.t 1)1Mi Hssoiimentofioluis, with extra long bows : cver poi 11- the approbation and rcuuuucndattooof thousands who

; e 20 previous to her sailing, with troops, who, with "' jf jiiir !lc if applied I'.ir: i.Lifledaeii i t-.u silver !pencils : ,tntltmtn's and youths dancing have U.en cured.In .

._- others assembled at that place, amounting altogether I .... ..ao. .ui, April. l.'Ur.: 34-t J. G. &. N. HAML NIvHltt j-Unif: 8 (If hll M Zt.S. I consumptions, cholera morbus infiamaticns internally
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-. J54 264MaieL to about 3,500 men, were to march in a & blL"i\c.L-:: } Ladies rniasca and childrensdo.: tortoise shell, tuck or cMernaily ; dyspepsia, fevers, ague, ind

8, short time to Texas, for the purpose of driving the Assignee otS m. \\ 11lam., I( Petition to foreclosevs. ..net s'dt- cl'lJll.s. spleiiiled/ : gentlemen's bead purses : gestion, billions, or ncnoits utlcctions, and ail disease
tasii"rahe! \\Ifll\ : askeis : do. p cket handkerchiefs : of the liver : Y-eliOw le\trgout rhuniatismIumb. .
oJ..tr's American emigrants from that place. ( ,
J 5 Morigagc. I
it'! orkcd and l.iotl : a handsome assortmtnt of tic doloreux
tH-ODJRt: ) caps dropsy, St. Vitus's dance, Epilepsy, .
S luII4'use, it. 14 4ourI1 FLOT4RD.JrtaT rinb.uids : aititicial 'tl" "ers : belts : hair curls of all plexy, paralysis,paNy, green sickness,and all obstru aj .
.1 : l\E IS 'litrhv to the said T heodreFi' :
a u. 7 FROM TilE 1IORTUAMPTOJ MASSACHUSETTS COURIER. yvtn > h. cologne water etc. : most fashion- which the
29 ; I;: : nrfuiaery : lions to male turm is so liabl

roc Terrific Thunder ShtNerOn Tuesday after- I.I .1.i.i 8.'tisiii iaid'.!, and liiiucr in him all:',}pKns aId to tlaimin,::1 persons, or to it.tores-rU claim by,, al.l- leghorn bonnets,of fine quality,one of which will 1 and winch sends to many of the fairest'istrtssingly portion of t.'. fi.1

of wind and rain lee dressed tohef.tsliionofew-Yor; } : an assortmer.tot creation their
of last week storm ac to
noon a untimely graves small measle.
.t 32 38 that ; pox, :
>plflou 1.clltn1: : t ibrn-lusi a mortgage on los: in tar L
:. and iji'tndid' veils: Prussian red stockings of all sizes W hooplllg clll1 h. >'.\ \ t fCh'r,;slJ.a.la.
companied by severe thunder lightning, jaundice
1l11111itOTl.! : passed ,
ritj t-f : allchabs.e: (original plm,) i>um'e.-; I I 1151 I, gravi
: .t1I'ru. ind colf.urs assortment of jewelry such ladies stone and all ).,
this and The : : an as : urinary o tiuctimis t'tiula: ilesstri
over town vicinity. atmospnere anuiOl ,
li: "
Mg-'ged to iliutn t :
tdBe k's1 00 29 a.uJ.y finv breast j.ins, ear rinss ai.d 1 finger rings, watch keys turcs, rii tures. and y'hlils} m:1 its
with and the whole -i suites: constipated
was highly charged electricity hIm lS i6ned t,< \> *iiian.K.rr d.nu ilbert tur, 's, ru s .
os4 h.r s, 00 7 i tc. : lamps : taiks : brass nails : a large as- bowels.urms I
.. patent it.'liugs cf the
: skin
seemed liltu ihs in ih. the clerk sci.rvy.
foro and power of the elements to concentrate /0. day clSce of tat Lt.ufl l .
(.urt.Hous 12 24 Court. sorimeni 01 meta1 ells, trom 16 inches down to the king's tvn, and all cutaneous oiaOttit ; in short,e\(,
here. The Superior
ourth and extend themselves just snuillf&t size: Goshcn rhetse: fresh prunes a'id figs: ry complaint to wl-ii.ii! the Luiraa frame is so
prccirr 16 S JOHN K. CAJ'TU-'LL
;atbt ', lightning was intensely vivid and the thunder deafening agut awl fever drops, vrarianted to cure : Port w iiie, 7 subject, unter: all tt.fir \aned fon.s and

it and terrific Within the compass of eight Fo peiiuoners, Kerri. riiui ezl. ye.trs old! as neat as whi-p imported, and a lot 01 h. nd- the Hygeiuan conviction i is,-fha' man j is duefui'J.J.1

bad 28 68 miles around Norlhamuton. the lightning truck April22. Id'53. 37-4 u.O11CL ".m s'.al ?kin: trunks : 30 bbls. sweet superfine) flour : utlt (,ntr.. ..1 di io f'asp. lJ-.1t i iv In. d... '..."..., ..
---- -- - -- -- --* ""
V. It
\J 071TO. in no less than nine places, and probably it did m 1 -i'he uideri nei! ext' utCT tif the last 3 d. fin- flivoured New.Y, rk beef: porter : starch, oi
enlu31, ..1' .. t 16 00 many others not known or observed. The house l w.ll: .I lid tL&tamcnt of kherrard .. 'Call dee.cd, and tndiy other ankles, which together with his former possibly assail his nipicatcd! frame, and that it i;

yofVaftj( d-n: ley. '; 3 7 of Mr. John Clark, in this town received a powerful b".ies in ,ic<, that ail! j USlns ha\ ing dmiarids! against stuck, constitute a very handson e assortment. the | erpetual struggle! of i his vital pure stream of lift,
said estate arc requcsu-d to th- same duly at- iS3m JA: IES C. ECCLES. (the gift of Aln.iglity power to disencumber itself oi"
ty-Wtt t 19 !6 stroke. It is guarded by a rod, but the pre prcs-nt I
law.V.M.. M'CALL T.x'tor: its viciouos, acrid humours, with which it has become.
it" ncci rdmg i-i (
is the force of the shock was so EVE VAN EVOUR
sumpton >
4:: r. con.mxcd tht.
: through of
... Aprn W 1 lJ3 378w negligence the
parents ignorance
... a.. the conductor could not receive it all, and it ex ten- __ vs > IN ATTACHMENT. or nuiltrtatment of the ; -
ri .. )0 or
V. ;
)flC It1yiD Coknjiia. a ded to the adjoining chimney. Its progress from IJ1LL1AM L. IJASKI Sill! THOS tASTON.: ) dizing propensities dI all. gorman ,

.. the roof to the cellar was curiously capricious, V V F A KE notice the above suit has been commenced Each packet ot the GtTMine .Medicine is
urny'i, :. 15 7 uttteuu .o any business m tic city ut MEW i ORK the signed with j
in court for of Monroe.
justices' and
fcndin 0 !- happily inflicted but little injury. It decended thro and promptly I and faithfully execute any Commissions county my name ; and no apothecary or druggist either ui
.ule reutr.iablc the next of the
to term t
u ar .J 2 29 the roof after displacing some bricks from the cnti usted to 1.iu by his friends in Florida, and the public I! m superiorcourt I Europe or America, is j>crrr.itud to vend the same.
creek ot'the judicial district of Florida all
rIse 1 J2 the : in the ; H. SHETHCARD MOAT. f j
chimney, and burst out through ceiing generally.
a *nansill Ii 38 second Thence it disappeared and exhibi- Nr-w-York, July 1832. 52 tf I persons interested therein are hereby requested to ba I Smt story. and at the court of Kt-\\
hn's tst
> appear O.1Jce,50! Canal street
re. ; 14 2 ted itself again, by tearing off the woodwork by on the tirst Monday in May next, to show cause if The above valuable medicine corner is of just Lroadway received, Jf and Y.for !j'i!;
st .. 4 12 the side of the front door, finally expending itself any 'hey have why judgment should not Ix: entered sale, by JOSEPH LADD i:

I ., by ripping up some plank in the cellar. '1 lie l family icccived L} latt arrivals from .h.uc-}<;-/;and against the-said Thomas Eastin. Magnolia, May 18. 40tf. Sole Agent,fur Florida. ]3.i

'. U 100 were sitting within a few feet of the door '.Orleans.5J WM. T. ATKINS, C- M. C. r

.l ithtO. .....I .,:.',. :, where it burst out, and roost fortunately escaped L>!S. and half barrels mackerel No. 1, 2 and 3, _Key-\Vestl\larch 30th( 1833. 32tf l. .rnt.urinJ my absence Vv i1ha.u B.l\l'Call ]-
i- j., casks butter crackers, is my legally authorised agent, to whom all pel'80llS /
amps, z:4: 18 3 without injury. hIs. To Planters. having business with will
50 me
whiskey, apply.
But the worst effect of it remains to be told-
cb; .Ion's, : 1 31 25 bis. ;\a\'' and Pilot Bread, SALE. 4 Boilers 40" JESSE M'CALL. \
i.onop" -' 5& 27t. the destruction of property is nothing comparea 50" Irish Potatoes, FOR Copper ,

?.-. -. ._ __ with the lues of human life. At the f uoiory Village 15 Keg Gosheu Butte(,- Copper Dippers. Skimmers Mid bcoopa.u IN pursuance of an order from the Hon. judge of
a tenement was struck by the lightning, and 20 and boxes obao. reduced prices.-Also, 10 pair Horse Mill Stones county court 1 shall expose to public i

DVTQbitesullr/. r'.- ., 75 61 one of the occupants-an English woman, mother 75 sacks B-cd Outs, Apply' to BETTON & EMORY. sale before the court-house door in Quincy, on Saturday !

of six young children-almost instantly killed. I 15 bundles good Hay, Mt.l !-_!BJ__::il.T tf the 6th day of July next at 12 o'clock a, m., two I

) ..35 25bard's The fluid spent part of its force upon a tree near 55 bis. Boston Ni). l beef, EW DRUG &. CHEMICAL STORE tracts or parcels of land, belonging to the estate of

; 7 00 the corner of the house, and the remainder descended 25 sacks Liverpool, J., JOHN '..IMoR.: M. D. & Co. Jonathon Thomas deceased, being Iota No. 2 and 4 I

IQniI1; Cl 3 a beam, near where she was sitting. She 8 boxes: Raisins, .rijorta .he inhabitants of Middle Florida, -in section 28, township 2, range 4, north and west -.
arm Almonds, Dritd Apples, &.c. &c. it containing in the whole, one hundred and sixty acres'This I
34 8 breathed a few minutes, but never spoke after the that they expect by die next arrivals from
land is situated both
Johns blufF, 7 19 33 shock. The family cane to this country last sum- Magnolia, Febmaiy_ 23d. 1833. _ N ew-York a large and general assortment fort creek, where the main on road sides of Rocky-Com which leads 1

:et and industrious but J. G. & N. HAMLIN I ot ie> and medicines, and every other article crosses
.. mer, and were I poorin : with tha line of business from Quincy by Judge Gregory's, to the Federal road.

tau tlmz. ISG 89omafl'3 .. circumstances. \VLen the husband-who was HAVE received frotn New-Orleans, andofler otler comic to.cd th- public on as accommodating j which terms they and will at It is as excellent body of land, a gieat part of it be 1:

00 10 absent at the time of the calamity-returned unconscious as low prices as medicines of similar quality have ing first rate hammock Terms sale cash.B. .

40a -House, 15 5 of the fate of his wife, and found his six oO Bbls. old whiskey, been obtained in the territory.We ever WECHAM, Executor of
and' and around the 100 Fine Kentucky bagging 42tds. Jonathan Thomas deceased. ;
; -I. 6 15 little orphans in tears, gathered tOO Coils bale announce with pleasure that Dr. Tradewell, a
ma, lifeless remains of their mother-the better feelingsof rope, gentleman of fine talents ard first rate medical .T.I authorized
,:L 1 g 3 50 Bbls. new flour, reading % are to announce GEORGE T.
human nature prevailed, rendering the scene 10 Hhds. Bacon, has been engaged for a few months, until the practisingseason V WARD, as a candidate to represent Leon
unutterably agonizi &. 20 Sacks coffee, to superintend the ea establishment at which tin.c county in the next legislative council. 43tf
1. JoUgustine 51 33 A tree in the upper part of King street was shivered 50 Bbls. Rum, I other competent assistance will be obtained.N. .
B. Our medicines will be opened in Mr. Blakes Territory of Florida, Middle Distritt >
UtiI in pieces, and what is most curious, a pair 200 Sacks Salt,
141 58 large building, corner of Clinton Sf Adams str'L. 23tf Gadsden County. {
of the 25 Boxes
Joseph oxen, yoked together, were separated by tobacco HUGH AUCHINLOSS, )
1 5 00 shock. fhe lightning struck the centre of the 10 Kegs do. OTICE.-Benjamin Byrd has disposed of his stock ROBERT GILL. and

00 6 joke, burst it to pieces and liberated the animals Masnolina, Nover*b r 6th 1832. N of goods, and being desirous to bring his business JAMES DENNISTON, UN EQUITY.

2 22 without inflicting the slightest injury A barn in m1J1CBSJ 4l 1D mmmU UitUS Q to a speedy close, requests all persons indebted to himto vs :

rned. _- -_- the meadows had a hard Ai/, but it withstood the LARGE and complete assortment call and settle their respective debts immediately, LAT1NUS ARMISTEAD, I .
148 S8 shock triumphantly. A house also, was struck in : of Fresh and hopes that all concerned will pay prompt attention and others. J
14 joT :. Hadley, and the fluid spread itself into almost every from New York and Drugs Baltimore Medicinesjust sale wholesaleand received to this noticr. He has left on hand a few of HJounts' IT appearing to the satisfaction of the court, th&-
r1i. steel saw cotton gins, which will be sold low Armistead his
bia to close and wife of
no ; room, but the injury wall not extensive. In retail. Ceuntry Merchants and Practitioners Mary part the
i.'< to; 00 'neither of the above cases was fire communicated, plied on the most accommodating terms. sup ('OCSiflflflt. 32tf defendants, are not inhabitants of this territory, but
120 00 AND live in the Commonwealth of Virginia It is therefore
otherwise the damage would have been serious EDSEIXAS MEDICINES.-Just received"
e 32 decreed and ordered unless the said defendants
00 M- of drugs and medicines do
and alarming. \y29 41tf Druggist, Magnolia FloridaI from ap
s< 64' 00 : N ew-York. For sale wholesale and retail,on the usu- pear and answer the complainants bill filed herein <>'

Lt; ; 10 00 |TkH. JOHJN A. CRAIO,offers professional serJUr Henry P. Yonge al terms by E, SEIXAS Druggist. or before the first Monday in Octobert next that tht 0.1.

n, ': .., 00 32 vice to the citizens of Tallahassee and vicinity. Magnolia, May 25, 1933. 41tf same shall be taken pro eonfesso and the matters therein -

till ". -Hi. office is on CUnton-str. where he always may Attorney fy Counsellor at Law ; decreed accordingly : Pntidtd, That this order Lv ,
r' Persons
t50 00 be found when absent on professional bUilD BEEF.- desiring pirrha&e beef-steers, published in some authorized newspaper printed in '
CD 120 31tf supplied, at short notfct/and on the most this district once a \eck for months.

,,123tf reasonable terms. (414w] JOHN CAMPBELL. 424ur THOMAS RANDALL, Jud -.


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.&. -1I- -- -- I own moro forttnato land. But whether IB the District of NCH\.J.raIY Mr. Ludlow the I = --r- --'----; .. (.msuance of an order from

EOETRY in peace or in war, in times of discord or ot sheriff of Monis county, and others, repaired : -- 1 Gadsden county court, I hm the* H on., .

I tranquil, a race of men, which rises to two- hitherward, and at the half-way house on the sale before the court-house door in ditocV lTlfMa toy'f1

thirds of the whole population, which furnishes Newark causeway, usually known as the NS day the 6th day of July next, at 12 tfcSi. ti

the luboiers, and mans the fleets and armies Musqutto Tavern, they found the individualof I Jonathon tract or parcels Thomas of deceased land, be Ion gin, to t't .-
" being 'St
of a republican country, cannot easily whom they were in pursuit ; he was sitting 'in section 28, township 2, range 4,Iota north No. 4 ..

relapse into insignificance, or into the state of in the inn, smoking a cigar. They imme4i- containing in the whole, one hundred snd

abject servitude. And a permanent meliora- ately arrested him, and fou jd upon his .personA 4 CARD.-The subscriber having now a large and This land is situated: on both sides of R'
d commodious house, east of the capitol square, is fort creek, here the main road ,
tion of condition is, therefore, the necessary pair of trowsers and a hat belonging to Mr. from crosses, -
prepared to transact A GENERAL COMMISSION AND AUCTION Quincy by Judge Gregor 's,to the FeS}"
FROM THE LOKDON ATHENAEUM. f consequence of the actual position of the Peruvians. Sayre, and in his possession, two large bundles business, he hopes to receive a liberal support It is a. excellent body of land, a gieat pan i',

THE WIND THE WOODS. ." I containing male and female apparel, from the public, and pledges himself to those who may ing first rate hammock Terms sale cash "'
IJi .
i which were readily identified as belonging to favour him with their business, to use his best efloris B. IECHAM, F.iecnt
rTis a pleasant sight, on a vernal day, to their interests. J. WESTCOTT Jr. .121r1s. Jonathan'
promote 'fbomlUd
When shadow and sun divide the Heaven, FROM THE CftlRLlSTON COURIER. the family of the deceased. They also foundin Ocber 2d 1831. 7tf Fare authorized

To watch t he south-wind wake up for play;- ."A Moral a.id Political Sketch of the United : his pocket two razors belonging to :Mr. A CARD.! 'V WARD, as a candidate to announce to Gluk. ;

Not on the sea where ships are riven- States of North America ; by Achile Mu- Sayre, a gold watch of Mrs. Sayre, and about Subscribers having purchased the Stock of -onriy- in d.e) ti.>xt Irjfi lntive council.rcr.j:!

Tot on the mountain, mid rain and storm, rat. ci-devant Prince Royal of the Two Sicil- twenty dollars in silver. THE and Ware-House Taylor & Klein, have 1 ernw.ry ot Florida, b\lUJI '

But when earth is sunny and green and warm. lea, and Citizens of the United States." The wretched culprit hnd taken with him a commenced the DRY GOODS, GROCERY, anll Gadsden Coif. .. .
0 woodland wind, how I love to see We perceive by the late European periodi-I bag of gold containing about two hundred COMMISSION BUSINESS.In HUGH ROBERT AUCITINLOSS GILL, and 1 1 I t'J'''

Thy beautiful strength in the forest tree cals, that a work with the above title, nas late- dollars, which was found at Battle Hill. about additior to their present commodious building, JAMES DENMbTON, r IN: EQ.tny 4

Lord of the oak, that eeems lord of the wild, ly been issued in London, and from the extracts four miles from Morristown, on the road between they are about to erect sheds and houses for the reception ,

Thou art shaking his crown and thousand arms we have seen, we should judge it to be that ,village and Newark. Tho horse of Cotton,Goods,
With the ease of a sj.-irit, the glee of a child, one of the most impartial works which had which he stole and rode off with, appears to will be completed by the 5lh Sept. Tey respectfully and others. J f:
solicit share public ant p'edge themselves the
a patronage appearing to s.-uUfcti'.n of ?
! And the pride of a woman who knows her charms; been published in the old country, in relation have been restive, and, from the track in the to a strict performance'allcommssions entrus- IT Armistead and :M t. v his '\the ifdefendants. c.!: ffi ftlarcus

And the poplar bends like a merchant's mast, te the United States. The numerous t-mall road, unwilling to pass the house of a friend ted to their care. arc r.',t inhabit i.',.'ot this tnj:, P-it"; ,,,,t

His leaves, though they fall not are fluttering fast ; fry who have followed Basil Hall and Mrs. of Mr. Sayre, which caused the wretch to losea PEACHY & MACKINDER.: live in the GVmnK.nwcaKhi.f Virginia. It is. :k:

: And the beech, and the lime, fy the ash-crowned hill, Trollo-., have done nothing inform the inhabitants bag of jewelry, belonging to one of the REU-. TV COL.JUDGE JOHN RANDAL GAMBLE, iiffffrmn decreed and and ordered, unless the saul dif:.nd..iII!
pear Hrstr
Stirs to its core at thy wandering will. of the old country of the real state of daughters of the deceased, which was there or before :J he: first .V-i.ichy o-nipajninis m (;cv.tert bill! fifed W!? r.

4 The pines that uprear themselves dark and tall, things here ; they have only ridiculed our found. Since hit arrest the monster has con- GEORGE LORIMORE, ; same shall be :aken po conf?? and thcC1aten:1i next.,

Black knights of the forest 80 stately and old, beautiful system of government, and abusedour fessed that the horse threw him oa the road ; JAMES LOR1MORE, V n a j I A en. in decreed according!} : Prcru'tJ, That tf s o ';:l!
when hear call I J. J. ADAMS, [ : ublished: in some am horiz.d :
bow their heads .
they thy
They must This is rendered from newspaper ;
. bold people. Mr. :Murat, however, took a different and escaped. probable 1 COL. [\\.BR\DEN, Tallacmsser his district oru-e a wfffct,,,. m.'uls.:} tr' 1l!( ...
like the tbose Norsemen "
> Aye, bow lily, : and better plan than any of them. He be- the circumstance that the bag of gold coins _St. :Marks, July 10, 1832 46 if_ .t')4. THO \:-... R.iNDALL,3 _

; And every tree of the field or bower in came a citizen he entered into the arear of was found near the place where he is suppo- : C j l'i".N t" CA.\il'Br.LL X GA "-,K tf U 1 il L.-\: p. r lIS ..1(. !It', to1'\\ &
Or by
single in strength, or many power, public life, and lived as he had seen others live sed to have been thrown. Th horse has ; Louisville Georgia, are engaged: at their: \\el. 1amSL trading; fr) t1fl.r.uo\\ry n./,rt for .,.
Quiver and thrill from the leaf to the stem, ind he found, to his entire satisfaction, that been since found, airethe prisoner conveyedin I known establishment ai the above place, in the manu nrtt dollars given by th, &uwribi.r.,dated MIl ..i
For the Iwmd is master of them! facture of of 1-33 aid !
unseen cottt-n gins, a very superior qUillity.lti pavaMe to R.hcrt Forbes, as
(be United States was "a Nation the most rea- irons to the goal TS Morristown. It is up- i i their intention be he die&t.: .
;> to keep a constant supply, at Talla- i o; paid; m ground of sin C"ns>denty ..
for the is '
It is play sun bright i
gallant I
,';c j merrier sonable, the most sensible, and the least easyin posed that Mr. Sayre was induced to go to has And the rivulet sings a song ; the world to be dazzled." Every one must the barn to examine one of the hoi>re, when their line witii promptness.-Gins of their inanuiac- :>. LLIU 1-r LOW t. UKffflrlLsubscriber c.A K'

The grain in the medow waves dark and light allow him to know fully as well as all the halls the monger perpetrated the tk-.u.: and that lure are warranted to '*ork well with good usage.They .- ai; hi.ncstore, cornerofj. : j
As the tree fling shade,or the breeze is strong. take this opportunity to state that there is nuher < A Monrne-strees offers
and who ha'e'isited real domestic Mrs. alarmed at h.s um ual aosc-nce, son forsJ.le to ii! ;
us Sayre, :
siabiishmenl of.the kind in Louisville and hat
An Troops of the moon-day ghost are seen; Manners, for he Jived among us nine years had followed him, and shared: his Salv 't h.-} till gins made at that place, :are of their manufacture..1nmh"1 n:iniri'arncies ui "hf mr.&t durctl prices for eai fojj| I

1 he t lovely shadows of lovelier clouds, and was engaged in business-he married were both dressed ; he had on his Ou/; -., and J 13th 1KJ-2.: j 1.ilm '

With the&gleam of the mountains amongst their crowds: here, and in fine, has bad every tie to bind himto she a calash.It ,storage, and Commi i ioii, 1.. DRY-UOOD8 :.

The buds as they fly scarce use their wings, the country. _The following_ t notice i is taken L is supposed that.the. only momtor; tii-j '1"if 1 ii: undo raiirned h&t large and! co.uciiieni \. arenouses : :ii\b, Blah, GroMitndj, Italian Lutesuicr *

They are borne those of the wind to-day ; ot t our city in his work :-Ihe society ot act was plunder. In* ton c p> MOU.mu.j. ..;r- nd Cotton sheds, and is preartd to re- :' -arcenet, Blue, Green: Pink, and white Flop"Figured .:Ji
:ctve Gl: )())D>, COTTON, or wlher' produce on SlorL.ctl ::) : Silks, in variety, Irish Poplin, ilk V
the best 1 have with in edere- exclusive of the Swiss till '
And their plumes arc ruffled, like :all green thirgs, Charleston is met my ( ,; /' f\ a.:' &c : Cotton doTartan Plaid, Furniture, Calico S : }
And flowers and streams, by his noisy play travels, whether on this or on your side of the inmates of the hou e. Mr. fea) rc's two daub .- = ..n S.orcd, sold! or shipped, and all Commission I Black Lasting, Bobmct and thread Lacts.Irishli, ?>

: One b -or-and vaUy, and wooc1, and hill, Atlantic. In respect to finish, and elegance ten were fort lIatclf al,-t"jJt, one to alien.) t I'1s: iinc.Ij:I attended to. He solicits a share < :aea Island Cotton Shirting, Plain and fignrrfiieett ; i

May be sleeping and shining all bright and still; ot f manners, it leaves nothing to be desired, funeral of a deceased reialix?. in Juunecticu.: : '..' ,.dir..iue- EDWARD SEIXAS. Swiss and Book Muslins,shawls, work : ?

Not a wave not a leaf, not a spray in motion, and, what is of more value with people who, and the other at school in New UUVHII.: Ha [ ____ : ...-. <<< ct"Kr, r 16, 1832 9iOilAT and dresses,handkerchiefs, Calicoes, Gin;hac; i1
keens, Brown Holland, French Brown Linen
Of ail which! now looks like a vernal ocean:- l like ,au and me, attach littlo importance to they been at homo, it i' prot.iole they '..ouR:: J .> I'HI ure Dimity, fine Cloths, Cassamers andCas,! :i

Beautiful that ;-yet love to see more politenes-: swarms with real taients: have been added to thi number of victuns.Mr. .- I. .;4'% I. URUGS, ..o.- -I I ha\c: rcc IH'.d by Uik white and lied! Flannel, N fgrO. cloths, Scoickix ){!

: Thy \strength 0 wind, in the forest tree! : and that without the alloy of pedantry. Sa.> re was \voll ktkwn in this city., lit. 4. e arrivals tr in NtwAork and Balnmore, a sia snf'etll1, Osanbitrrs, &, .&c. :: ;

: .' -o He makes the following icmarks: on newspapers retired irom business: m iou7, and was distinguished : ; ".'!l h'Y: i-f'Jrtsh : nigs -\-c., \\llldl will be sold low HARD WAR!
.iM o! ; crtJit. Iirish it
INDIANS OF SOU I'll AMERICA.C. : The publication of newspapers for amenity ot maun rs and tutnty g. | -pj-r diitincllyundti-
I .l s-! l: u' 1 1- -d.- 'lies tic icarra-'ttil good-and in tar_ -s.1:
, I and their circulation, so far from being shack- of conduct. He *as a natuo ol Usun: ;.;.f lcaf\ I- <::.. ..'" .,. irkent/ieir quality is noter&tireiN's wicj! \ :.t of\1.11.Ks.ives' xttn&tic and assonrncnt Forks, Pen ofsistm Knmy 1..J tj..;

Esq. in bis interesting Reminiscences l duties securities and in this State aud his ur-t wif wa isfattoriy i I t ttchasir.m .. c
Cushing, lied by stamps, or being county : I ; Sp:&:".jrs, Raz /r !i Augers,' !lI"cls.k,
" of pain, makes these remarks : : restricted by the post, is encouraged as much the daughter of the late la...ic lomlin-un, \ ,; i ."-. i rid.l srec,.ivcd ic-R ow \SDS TO'lIc: MIX-. ".I,. .' "ivntof carpeNtrrs PLSJBOOT&&SUO&
TURF.hcf. .
4. "The destiny of the Indian races in Span- as possible. Consequently newspapers multiply. K>q of New* Havei. 11. haG teen engug'ilin > AND :IFH.C'UAL i. rej-rtsinud RLMEDT' "iy the FOR propnctrr TIIF. KF..T ANT I AATE :

l i-.h America has been widely and remarkably :> Every ton or village has at Kast, one agriculfire in his reiireiiieij- ana wa:) ill .\GUi: E. B. PERl I\S. A
different from what it is in the United States. and every shade of opi lion, however slight, is the commission of the .peace at lac tune h, ':'.tl.hto.s.!; '''. C %({I'f'r .>Oti'; i 1:? i 1111d t inure large and assortment E'Y-YORI&of{ i .;:,)

Jiere the aboriginal: nations have little or nophysical sure of having its interpreter. Every thing is was murdered.A 1i i'Y uKUi.N.-iNci-: Uidmunr u airy :.11 4
::U'D(!;) i1ID gam
V"J '-flV', an cf ol the and < islaliuiKl
weight in the of events, andre known, dUcu-sed: confederate was rumored to have been govirn. ;; \> '
: progre every thing is every thing ; f Florida: entitled "aI, net in addition to the 4 :up::., Lad-s Mull ..uurshoes. '
scattered, in weak tribes, over the face of i is explained, and the ole means in the United s etll oti the horse of Mr. Hayre: in Bergen xrveral arts cn..'erninp the city ;,f Taliaha.ve," pas -- !.' :, ,

the land, withering and dv\indling daily before States of not being discovered is to have nom woods, in the direction of Bull's Fenv ; but >ed 171.i rrtmiary JSJ3. HATS AND

the overpowering beams of civilization. There \>tfry. Guided by light sc sure, the people although th* wretch declared to the shenlf Be it or'iKittt" Ly the Inte.i. ..rrnt! council of th' C'tyoj ; L I A r' OA1rl
oi-nor as on
I they constitute a large and important element; from their judgements, and are never deceived that he had rire acconplices, it is believed that : T'tUaha:, Tii.t; the Ii im f .-t, and ho is t.r : Cisfe
by auihonzot! and .equired .' emuify smpruntptrson most fashionable HATS &
in the population! aggregated into powerful; l then verdict. he w.ithe stile I **11 *9l
perpetrator. .
to ssiirve) and lay: on !tour t t. ; \\lVarty! s'.r., a.l. '
tnases, capable by themselves alone of exerting The other portions of the work are devotedto i -.-- according to such plan as tIC ':I.\Y (!.-;I..e and au..pr ; 11 GROCERIES
I a decided influence upon affair.-, and descriptions of the Lleclions: Theatre.*. HIll ljlLLNCL which said! plan shall be ftl.u in th: ;Hf f ti.e; '* k I If
'SL UANCL: against bss or damage! by FIItE can l! the sjidcounciSiHidii! ,>,3tobe lnylVet ;inl i I. r. l' A
communities .g iurMuck in all
holding, whether as independent Dancing, &c. all of which arc described in a 1 : its fiety.FLOUR. .
, and
be effected on the mostfavorable terms, on appli- sixty tecl in :>r .lth, and snail bi design i it' J b: 4
or ai: the subjects of the Spani.-h Americans, taithful manner. And we can saft-ly say that acuonto the Subscriber: ajentof the Protection Insurance the letters A. B. C. .V D. commencing at :hr most \\ts '

a rank in tho scale-ct animation, from which : there i is nothing extenuated or aught o t down company, Hartford Connelt cut. In every ap- tern lot and jTocftdii'g cast. .,

110 conceivable change of dynasties: or governments in malice. \> e hope his work will be repub- j piicaiion the lair Cash vaht of the property must be Ssc. 2. Bt itjurtker vrdaintd by the utl/.GTily.af.rt-. : 1 if ty Ban ch *, <.'i new: \ -
said That sad lit htll }
stated, and sitiifactory fvdcnct, furnished of the cor- be granted to such 'liiou* vhearfldALSO.
can cast them down, and possessing ; li>hf d *n this country, to show the people that rt-ciness of the reprtstiuaion, and the j ooj moral vungreclliouSi or a >s>Hiations .is bhall makf- apj.'u.ition .
importance which the late revolution has powerfully there has been one, at least, who has defended Character the appi icint. The: solvency of the Olt.tc tfieretor} for the purHjbC| .of crt: tll.:.: tiieren .

contributed to strengthen and perpetuate. them in Europe, from the sarcasms and taunts and! us fiirnessand punctiality may be confidently church or chapel, and tnat. tht rtapiicaiori; th til .Sadlery, Crotuud Glass q:
entitled to the tiis; ch .1" -.
of ignorant sailors and Trollops. 1&ANKLIN. led-m. E. B. PLRK1iS.iithas.ee. .
*, Of the independent nations, like the \ --- ..,. 82. IS31._ ;'fl hcc. 3. Be itfuithcr ordained by the authority afire- Tin ware, Lookup: GlassesSa1thj
? snid, ThaI sudrans; Lre a..d-uat. 1* nitde'npjn
tho Abipoaians, and the various other NEW-YORK: 13. l\\J*,' iliJL.l'he( : par crship iierttofore eiiSiingoctween C-JL- dy made clothing & jJA
rau<:as, May 1.. Jition, that ihe:: said e'hgrc..a.IAor aswiaiio.i, siiau.: stationary: .c. '
tribes in tho vast interior regions of the con HORRIBLE URDERs.-The annals of crime Thomas IVeston Jr. and William D. within two years, fr.m the oate III" tht ;:'ar.t, erect a ..:ES ;\1'MLU .,
j ui'.s, is thisday dissoUel Thos. .
who have bowed the neck under by mutualconlcnt. church! or chapd on the list tr nteJ L1lt'll. and if ijjiscondicn .jahassf': :\evi.m:', r 1.''.. i'3i.tj :: 1.D.t .;-
tinent, never in our country de not furnish a parallel to the Prustun' Jr. is alone authored to setile the business of ,
arid :: be tpcrlormed, Miiiiin he: tits umi.ed as : l-u.' ::-, HAI.U.La: dUCi{..
the Spanish yoke, the spirit, vigor numbers deeds atrocity perpetrated on the firm. THOS. PRESTON. ... : ,
Saturday night jforesaid, the said grant s>h ill toe dctmed and heJd vacated \. 1 A1\.l.-\t.-, "-?ALE.-Iner "
are well known to be far from contemptible. ill Morristown, New Jersey. The details ol quincy, May 4th 1833. WM. D. JONES. 3Sw and uirerly null and void. ...n .- lasuco tr in the ck-rk! > utnc: of purswr the :..

The possession of.that noble animal, this shocking event, so far as they have transpired Passed in council the IJin A> nll,3?. ; CDUit, t-.r the \h :d:( DiSinc. <.f FKriidttuiid .. ,Leoa t-

. the horse, especially by be.-towing pastorai are substantiully as follows :- E. S. KOBiiRTN, & Co. L. A. THOMPSON ,: .*>liy l"'S'j, aiddircc.cd lu the 111&'Si
the wanderers of the immense Atles:, Intcndant. 'Me! dtstnci aforesaid : I shall pr iced: on \fooY ;.'
habits on savannahs Samuel S. Sayre Esq: of MANUFACTORIES or ,
nearly sixty years CHARLES AnTIS 2 'J h nf June
day sell
xi, to auctiOl
at publ.c !,
of the Souu, has communicated an a;e, and l formerly a merchant of P a.. :.street, PLJ/.V TIN. .\'lJ J.i.Jl P.l.\\ ED WARE.A Clerk Cily Co ncil 4I.fNE. stor, of U'iilidiii G. Burge, in. t.e city _. ._.'.J'-'
will all times
energy and a power of forcible and rapid impression in this city, of the nnn of Sayre & i'oler, being AND at have on hand a general assortment see, all that valuable ai.u well selected"assort!*<
to supply merchants and wholesale *
to the movement of the Indians, thro' I in want of a man to labour on his farm, dealers, on the most country favourable terms ; together- .\\ pOI) ry.;;oods, hardware -nd ,.;r.-encs: belonging! -

the means of which, should they ever become i repaired hither about three weeks ago, and with a general assortment of block-tin, britt.mnniputer.w..res ano E. s. ROBERTS & COm llMs-lo Bufiss ; o:satisfy the estim.iied&pcar: and value Patton.of and fifteen otutni li

concentrated by an) common point of union, I selected, on account of the general good! character 24tf at their store in M<>nrne-s!. Tallahassee. A..t. _k .... ,\t" ..-. I. :-i -\ v.rKeneraJ, tiffs, on attachment, TS: \\ illiam G. Burgess.t .

they would iut1:1 tely 8urpL ss,in barbaric splendor and integrity et the Swiss, aii emigrant .l.S!>tItnll"lI. t 'rms of sale will be : For all purchases noting .

the achievements of the ancient Peruvians from that country, who has ultimately provedto 3. :ma & O. WHITE DRI -GOODS, $50, cash ; over $50 and not exceeding $i

and Mexicans With these Arabs of the be hU murderer. On ATTORNIES AiNLUJOUXbhXLOiltLAW.; I months credit will be slowed; ; over 500,ands :
Saturday eening, in BOOTS&SHOES: cecciing 2,000, eigh1 months credit and oc s!
practice the cturt *>f appeils ; superior ; I< .
"West, compare the Creeks, Cherokees, and the latter went into the village of Morristown, WILL of Leon, Jefferson,Tjradsdenaiiu Hamil ,, sum. twelve month* cndit,-bonds with sufcs
other tribes in the United Statewho: hem which is a short distance from the residenceof ton. Any agency will be promptly attended to: Lct- 1 lieU ..) .,1..v tJ.dJ41s, curity will be required which bonds will be

. med in by our fixed population, have L.O resources Mr. Sayre, and purchased a pint of brandy. ters post-pain. 30tf I lE. DY-1\lALE CLUTHLNG.AUn with an interest of 10 per. centuni. per. ann r .
the tm.e of their becoming due until
but either to adopt the manners ofL He back in the i jjinall paid. P
I came evening, and is supposed Storage $ Commission Bussiness. a aiscitmeni of The sale >%ill be continued from vy to da)' '

civilized neighbors& to be gradually extinguished to have perpetrated the crimes soon after H RDlRE the goods are disposed! of. Country men_ .

L or to fly with the feeble remnants of their his return. dealers generally, will find it their intlrest 14 :;
the and how wa. this sale:; it is seldom that valuable and U1j
might beyond Mississippi ; hinting Yesterday morning a neighbor who was Crockeryware and (jitaswaret look- an assortment is offered to the public.

is the relative consequence of the South driving his cows to pasture, saw a bundle on ing glasses, etc. etc. 4Hds. T. S. RANDOLPH, rSl'RAI :
Americans These nomadic nations, there. the ground before the door of Mr. Sayre tlin :. u scribers alL now erecting a laigc and ELF.m arni5rmlesias lof'"
Together With other ;; my >
\V are-House with Patent Cotton many articles uhich offer
lore, who sweep the verdant plains of the whose residence he had occasion to pass. On Press for he puiposeoipackingcotton, and skins,and for sale on the most reasonable terms for cash or ap- ,on the 27:'a. day of April lat:: two

South, on steeds tameless and swift as the examination he found it to contain female apparel compressing Cotton for shipment, it will be in opera- prov..d credit, at their new store m Monroe-street Tal the one a large: soriel colour, with a chesnut

Minds, uniting the errant propensities ol the marked with the initials of one of llr.Sayre's tion in a short time. They are now ready to purchase lahassee. !4tf tail, the other,a small black mule. Any {percthem
Indian hunter and the Tartar horseman, alepe'lliar daughters. He it the Cotton or make :liberal advances on Cotton stored -i OilCL.-bealed: proposals will be rccemd until u;? will please leave them with :Mr. Ry
conveyed to with MrTallahassee R..
with them for shipment to in the U. S. A. .L' the first day of plantation mentioned, or .-:
any port
ipicmber next
objects of interest to the house and knocked building a .
philosophic at the doei but and they shall be re.a.tllf'
receivingno Their charge for storage is 25 cents a bale by the sea- clJurl-lunuc in the ton of 31on'ieellof Jeffersi.n suitably
observer of events int insic to America.But answer he give an alarm, and the house son, which they do not exact if they become the pur ty Florida This court-house hall be a u ooden bud coun;! 1 GEO. L. ::'AU TW
other portions of the Indian broken chasers. They have a number of first rate vessels ing two stories 30 Alt 1 OR The
populationare was open. Traversing: the various engaged high, by 50 feet, one chimney, 3 "%/ COLD BA THE .-
fa-t attaining importance from quite different rooms they finally proceeded to the :: to freight for them to New Orleans, New York, jury rooms, 2 clerks offices, and an office a piece for a; V respectfully informs the citizer.s hJ T
these garret, and Charleston,and they \\ill engage to carry freightto marshal and a sheriff. The workmanship shall be that tie has opened a Bathing Room att.ihl
causes. Among are the Peruvins where found the colored
, they female servant: those places as low as any vessels in the trade, plain, neat and durable, to be done at such: Lime a. shop, where persor.scan have either warm orcifrom
and the observation may serve as an apology dead in her bed, where she had been murdered and no charge will be made for lightering ef Cotton may be required by the court. : 5 o'clock in the morning until 12 lit 4 ,

1 for now rescuing from unmerited oblivion, probably in her IIIleep, by *>omo sharp pointed if shipped by them. Jj.G.. &. N. HAJHLEN. For Airther particulars, persons disposed to propose 413w_ PETER ROBINS

eome of the obscurer: incidents of their political instrument, in the sido of the head, near: Magnolia, Oct. 9, 1832. v. 8tf. are M'Daniel referred to a detailed -plan in the hands of dmond d J. l). U EbToUTT .r. it J. F BU'J ,

hi tory. They have been a despised and l the temple. The persons assembled next LA FAYETTE'S TOWN HIP.-The subscri- ed by those Esqr.at a,distance living \ionticello, a thereof, or if it be dtsir- HAVE formed a Law partnership in Flor&l

an oppie&scd race. The hand of power has proceeded to the barn, where they discovered having been appointed the agent of General them by mail Proposals must copy be shall be sent (' of the former is Tallahassee ,
I Lafayette, to dispose of his lands in Florida, is ready rected post-paid, aid di the latter at West Point, Appalachicola Bay;
fallen heavily upon them in every age, from a Ratchet with blood upon it, with traces of! to receive proposals for the purchase of any portionnot to Messrs. M'DANIEL, ness entrusted to them in any of the courts 01

the das of the conquest, when the Jawles blood upon the barn floor. The bloed was I less than one section, of the general's township of ED.\\ BLACKBURN, }I _'t: or the joining Counties of Georgia or Alab

I bands of Pizarro trampled upon the nation also traced to an adjoining heap of manure, land. About 5000acres in the south west quarter of: 405V LEROY\l'lJANIEL HOLT., ( : be strictly attended to. Au.3d, 1831.
down the of the township, is reserved from sale. The terms of I SALE>.-The subscriber h H
through tyranny many pro' in- where they stumbled evr the feet of Mr. WH1SK.L* A. AUCTION
sale will be cash,or one fourth il cash,and the residue CUF.l-'E.E .1J 1.LULlt.-Just in Tallahassee
cial autocrat, to the time when Tupa Caiariehook Sayre, whose body was partly covered up by in annual instalments, satisfacurily secured, with interest New-Orleans. re- eat commission business, regular, proposes sale (laY"WJ 1
the walls of La Paz with the cry of the manure, and en further search they found on the amount of each instalment from the day For 50 sale bags coffee : 5U barrels whiskey: 25 barrels ion:r. and Saturday.

liberty or death, aud the limbs of Tupac Am by the side of him, under the same heap, the of sale-This township of lanl adjoining the city of by Eo SEIXAS, Maglloha. 4 I tf He will also attend te administrator and"o9 ,

: aru were torn asunder by fonr wild horses.- dead body of bis wife, both exhibited marksof Tallahassee of climate; and, in reference to locality, health, ful 'I'HE subscribers and have just received from N. York m the country. ROBERT J. HAC
ness fertility and aiaption of soil to the generala.ssortmen10jvelvetblue March 23d 1833.
But a ray of hope smiles upon their future violence, having their beads laid open with I culture of sugar, and coltoa, is uiequalled by any other black cloths, blue, black: Russian drake and

prospect. The revolution has raised them, in a hatchet. township of land in the Territory ot Florida. rich blue plum and stel,mIXed, sup. dative green,superior, black neckf I Hereby that:I shall give, six notice: weeks to all from whom the date it may here.']

, common with the other degraded castes, from By this time the Sheriff and a concourse of Tallahassee,October 9th 1832 W.WILLIAMS mixed, striped, nuhfymg, diobilseh,brown., n'ictd, lontay, greeK coppe: to the judge of the c.unty court of Leon car"
the dust where they had been for citizens arrived who ; 8tf Mixed, green and union mix letters of administration the of
groveling were divided into parties ;JC71* The Southern Recorder, Georgia ; the Rich. ed cassimers, lattinetts, black silk florenteen on estate
centuries. In a democracy, rank must follow which were sent off in various directions in mond Enquirer, Virginia ; the Columbia Telescope, S silk vesting, fancy do., water silk do brown,do.hI1lish Ii Christie,1st deceased.1833.CHARLES WILL. B.NUT1'June

(ho lead of talent ; and in South America L Lmn pursuit of the murderer, who was presumed Carolinia ; the Baltimore Republican, Maryland-the: :I do.,black silk velvet, plain and figured drab figured be "
of Indian descent of Jfashrille Banner,Tennessee wil insert the above advertisement blue goat hair canllet. Leather Lverteen E. SHERMAN, &TTOJ.l&1.lf.
particularly those to be the Swiss labourer frem the
t circumstance silk caps, patter It Practice in L
for four weeks in succession, and forward suspenders, Ioves,beaver hats WILL the Court of this
: mixed bloed, begin to learn their consequence that be was missing, the desk and their accounts to this office forpayment. state right and silk stocks, bandaners, velvet&. bombuint"' Jackson County West Florida. -
the fortune of Mulattoes drawers rifled flag han Ikerehiefs I- is on Jefferson Street that of the J
from war. and mes- and a lay mte grey horse of ALFRED C. BOST WICK ) ,ready-made coats,paataoons: and opposite
linen '
vests N. B. lie
t tizoa are among the best and bravest soldiers Mr. Sayre's taken from the stable, probably to : va. > Atta.ch.jnLeon Sape- the shirts late fashi.ns, figured and plain bOsoms, collars made after, !- with the All strictest instruments attention of to writing their legal, wfll'

, of the revolution ; and some of them have aid fie murdrrer in effecting his escape.- RICHARDLOYD, ,nor C.urt. ear mends and All of which are offered for sale i to Tallahassee June 80. 1829.
arisen its waters to that distinction Handtills I. defendant is hereby notified that an attach customers, on the most reasrnab]
t- upon stormy were immediately issued, and the THE has issued in the above terms. The subscribers are also, provided with A PPALACHICOLA HOT?
which in time of civil commotion it j is active in case returnable to workmen and will good subscriber i
most means put requisition to arrest die next term of this court and the defendant and make up clothing at short notice begs leave to
all I
impossible to withhold from superior qualities. the offender, which we are rejoiced to say was I other persons interested are required to appear and after the latest fashions. R. B. &. J. B. BULL. friends and the pub lie generally,< (

It may be long ere the mnltifarious and many- accomplished about two o'clock IL the after. plead to the declaration. T. BALTZELL, November 20th 1832. JjJ meets with taken such this establishment for as a wthe Jaa

p; colored classes which compose the population r noon. Presuming that be hid taken the direction 343m AU'y. for Pl'ff. i-l. 'U o form i let-Doctor the public that LIONEL he has FLzTcaLawishito U I4. -- merit he will continue encouragement it. f\ table will bi

; of the revolutionized countries, will acquire of New-Ycirk, Zephauiah Drake, Esq. GEORGE S. HAWKINS, of medi'ine-his residence is resumed the practice with the best the market can aft'ord-and lit

I the regular end 'y>tea&tic movement of our I of Newark, Marshal of tho United gtates for l West-Florida.A TTORNEY and. Jwiry counsellor. 6U at I831.LAW Marianna 20 Mw,16th n. ar 1633.Mwry'. Fury seven OD th miles OcklockDee west oC nyc Tallahassee 7.- as will possible.be unreaitted to render his gnesu OREN as*< "

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