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: April 26, 1834
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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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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P Ihllriscd to announce THOMAS AI. ..: .rr T---T.--. B--. .. : :- -- rr. -- =t- -- -.w-.- .

7 E are Vl! 'ORD, .s a candidate f>r the LegislaIV J-

B It.\lJt the* election to bc held in May next.. paradise to which alTtHo ani i
1t to-.U _- 326\v FLORIDIAN their names in Eden, seemed gathered. It-

J'I-\\C lulhorl: Fu a I11h> nce ARTHUR was a country of warriors : and happy, thrico .,

"oJ candidate 1 to represent Leon1co .
: E C(1. a happy were the first explorers mong these,
Council.ithorMcd .
In the next Legislative was Finlny, who, on his return to North Caro
IU .. to announce '1'11010. lina, found a kindred spirit in Boone.
urc. "LAISSEZ xous FAIRE." They

,-Vt JEFf'tHSOJ.: N iREEN. a candidate I 1 = -----.------- were too much pie ised with each other to part
count Ul the next Lcgi1acc :2-- fur tho winter, and !
tn1 Lc( n ) I mYmQ a Kinley was the guest of
rJ"f(: CD
) 1'1 Q .1LtlI W. IU3g 1Pma1L Boone till they had matured a for
l'dunCI.1, Jj a n 1faQ "" U'J jj occupying
'--- ,.. ,. _.
----- ; licniucky in the Spring.I .
-. h'n'" d I I,} announceQnsac U.lnl'Jlli1T LtV 1 11. ti.\t..I', ---

( .\ : .D lhlatu: 'l vs ADMINISTRATOR'S) NOTICE. On the fist, of May, then in 1769, the two
\ the! Journal C.
oj nl1ltrCt.
11.111.. X1' LocisIV.: CCI\IIf'I'. FRANCIS. CARPENTER LL persons claims leaders
having v.nh four
against the followers
of nil
estate ,
t U '-- .,:.:-l. .,:" \-,: 'nr"r_ .,.,. 'r: \\ I..! \ M A. ROBINSON n jrBL KOBLRT 13. OLIIEU, 'c'J.late of Leon DANIEL BOON1.'C thnn men bolder
)1 u.J
1U.1.JQ ,
county Argonauts assembled
11 t llllh. '1OLDKII C. \'EEDOlnJ arc required to and the( neigh
.. the
II' ,1'1" .l ('.tIt .4httt I" 1 : .11 'UtIr.c prcsrnt same duly authenticated: Of all men, the
t Scylla,
\1 ; manslayer hours
ED the met to witness their
J" LC".slau\'o ( ClUtlCI I. MOD M. ROBINSON to subscriber within the tim departure. The
1111' IWXI by V/hu li;
III passes >r, in life or death
.f l 11l Merchants or they, will be furevcr; most lucky- adventurers had each nfl
4-c trading under the baircd. hu>e indebted to the Of a ", ammunition! and
d :1iIj (r.Jlicrize'1' to state tint the great names that in faces
.t our Stare
: 1.1'I t firm of Robinson, \V ccuon estate, are nqtcitc: to make immediate Tears
$ a knapsack. filled the
I (
t payment. The eyes of honest
t UlZ J) ill lJllL p ::8 general Boone, backwoodsman: Kentucky
t J vs .11 \:. S. LINN, .1Jmill$trcJtol' Danel
,r 11' '11' F .U.lIlla,; tit\ 111l..qI I.ut.OUII ll, FRANCIS. CARPENTER, J _5th _A,pril. 1 33: i. ((3: 3Qv. .) With Will anile'XCII. Was; happiest among mortals any where, : as he turned from the door, for ho
: ot rJll-" WILLIAM A. : For killing hut bear w..s as kind and affectionate as brave and
th _rt'rrl"'I" RCWINSON ,,111 I I >iuiscri!>cr bens leave tu 1It'fI'Ili nothing a or buck, he per
travellers :
\--_It-frJl'uJ.- ot tol. UwU n ,.) f\ZDit I and E.) 10ND .M. ROBINSON A the public in frennil, that he has lately taken' Kn.joyed tno! lonely, vigorous, harmless! days severing. The poet has called him the Man

r 1'1'III I' j II', jump as. a canui-iaiu' to icpifbttil nil ;I Merchants, &.. trading under the the Perry and Lite residence of Col. Gc..rge" Fi.-hcr, Of his old age in wilds of deepest maze." of Ross, run wild." .

,", 7;c'L- e l ll1'C C ctH"'l.I firm of 1WB1NQN/ &c0. on the river Orldicknrrvhrrc he will BYROX.
\ I pay particular crossed
--- Having the
,J \\c: ; authlu'lst d to announce fci. H. vs aiu miou to all! pi'rsons wishing: to pass that way and I When stories are related over winter's ridges, they
a stood the
will be on western
CARPENTER J at all nmr declivity of the Cumberland
ndiilate to Leon prepared} to feed man and horse fire
I (1'1.. l'Ml- a represent in that considerable
. P : Icirr1tiveCiuncil.: A TI'ACI11ENi's have been Issue from the Sn- with i such as ihi- country may afford, (on as moderate portion of our planet mount.iin-VVhat a scene an intermina
.'njaU: in- ll" .- peiior! Court for the county of Leon, in the '''tlidlzsuict terms "S possible) who may vtsli the same. called the Mississippi Valley, no name is mare ble extent of wood, river, and p-airie without

-i ':,. ilili.i-M BtI.J..I..urVIILtgun; consent. to die of Florida! and the Defendant and all itt her 3.1 Anri.t; !Ift(3: | J:1)) JAMES STEWART. familiar, or will ever be in the narrator's lips, inhabitant for itas the ,
If h !X.indulate. < l'r; scatl111aCllext L' s. persons arc required to take notice ihrreof anil than that of fooofie. hunting ground, not
\; ( o u ii <: 11 I he will b-j supported 1nuti1.ious- pear and plead to the declaration filed in the ap t UQWQ I t has not } et gathered the abodj of the Indians. When Boone waa
said LL
'I' AYOTEILI I I according cases persons having claims against the estate of. tulf its fame. There is nothing like it in his-
to the thus from
statutes. BALTZCLL .t. retreating it could
,_ \VlilTE, E. S. Roberts, are rrqu'-stcti society, not hive
to them du
\ ,TjTiri'.rd! to announce ( 'nlnncl J A.MSI? For Plaintiffs f29jinI. 1 ly authenticated! within the lime present tory : and this samr bICKVOUdSIflatL should bo occurred to him oven is possibility that in
prescribed law ,
l\f ",i\IJ| )KN, a candidate! to replcsi nt the tcr .A ONE AD AM, they \viil be forever lurrrd.El by or ranked above Komulus or any other founder to half cenUiry: this would
i have
:fi. ,.Itjnthf) 1'Ii Conors.. of the United hich nations looked country lour
,'jrv. '> "sTBEODOHE .I'/A BET II ROBERTS, with nverenre.He millions of inhabitants of which he
.Tui 27'h I I tho
.c*' vl t J. !S'j LAPORTE, S Morris! 22, 1S34. [:J-2if.J Administratrix.do was born Hear IJristol in was
,\'ilurlz.r.1 RA 0.NI:: ADA\I (pioneer, add that the water would be navigable; :
i't to IIllnOUI1CC \taj. WILLIAIV 1 i in 174G '
l but
.. Q g' l fP EJ afterwards lived at Reading, till, by more than 200 I
1 1'I'Y Ai1 a aneiid.ite to represent the ten i- large ve-ssols. It is lOt
4)1( F.mJ i, in he 2 Hi Conjrreiss of the Uniti J THKODOllF/LAPORTE, } I do hereby caution all persons, nut to receive an I at the age; of 13, he removed with; his lather I easy to realize these changes aiter they have -.

:f' ri. ILIE Dcicmlaii and assignment or transfer: of three bonds, executed : to tho Vallny Yadkiti; : in North Carolina.
July-27th 1833. others
.1l. .. -__ _________Wit_ that arc hereby notified by Thomas Brown, and James I happ'jfied! ; but none surely would have oredi -
-r{ a"". aItI.lnicl!: t-j annour.r: W1LL1.'LM li'l uti attachment has been issued in the above \l ll's.,- Kant of Fauqueir Stringfellow One to Thtt sports of the boy denoted the pursuitsof ; < ted them.
cas es. returnable: :: to the next County, Virginia. One
,, \ fT.ILL:: .*s A <*:andi-l.! tr t-, irj.nfctnt the Superior Court fo: the to :lrs. ElizihetliVest of the man ; ;:nd as soon as he could poise a I The adventurers
'" I county of Leon in the Middle( DI trict of Florida guardian the infant son of came at the foot of tha
1",1),,' /1' j""I'.l, .. h4J ':;I I' Inl"-s"- 01 tla':1)( ;- the y arc hereby required to and and B ciij. West, dec'd., ot'.Spottsylvaniacounty, Virginia. gun, he waged exterminating uar UP.ni the mountains herd ..
a huff.docs-nulla
appear to the upon
.;., And the cus
I. other
: it : __ 5it'r declaration filed in said I c.iscs.BALT'ILLL. to Joseph T. West, then of Fauqucir squirrels, raccoons and wild cats. In thh he tody flocks
County, Virginn Leon thousands.
now) ot
-T .i: .''I.j4':, j ui-Jlo j.tHtt, Luna Count). & WHITE, Each of these Comity, Floridft.' was pre-eminent above all boys of his agI '.- These
bonds for parsed with the
he on force
3m sum of about 311 I I of
] -and a torrent
RE'4 ) __ .IUOYH ,
\ I lie: JO\'e/ll1ot
fur the
I [' \ ty. 11laietiff.. dated about the ls2C imprisonment of a a school, and the
'. I --- year ,-as I have paid and discharged i travellers \\ ere in imminent ,
1i.ns:; Petition danges
\ \ tj fore lose o[
'I. C
''I Suptrior; >urt.Middle the: ho
> JiS
though the
,} 101' .- Leva Louniy. same.: THO BROWN. acquired rudiments, of a common [IK ing cri:- hcd. Flltlelw'c'f t
\ : re. EdmondJ. Forsiall 1 who was
Placide" Mairli22 no
.. I .1 i..VL: : (TAlinJi For&tall, Alexander, Gordon, 1) In : ,_I IS.ll: ___ _:33_ II_: education, novice, hut a hunter fit to stand by Nimrod t

\ I i li- 111.y' izv. D tH tlir! f-ai.J TLcok'orr FIn- and Nichri.is !!! rilu.ud j| trespass on the case JOhN J. ADAMS The tedious and directions "
t1'ill1'011 pi j onuses, day nfstuIspent., give Iodg d a bullet between !
; n 1 ; ,01 IttJ's. ( .ITi heavy IHoudclllecturc!
l done thr
,) of
.1:1:! t re.spon- rns an unwieldly bull, of
i IIIt.'I."J l one
ni .ti > :
i 1'1':1' ,
%: i di'iiduiii for S WUUU, $; e\S: removed from (.iiiney t,) Appai.ic'iirol.i! Bay. He to the. v.'oods a limiting went the leaders f
.'. 1 of Ihe column.
: fell
t <' '
,i i uj r r v.l .11 i illri J' 11 T. B. I I will I and thoso
i ":, rn1"j" I\nc- damages. regularly attend the Courts .lit hd at thin But "
., I. ( *,- :iuU i l.vi,, :;<,. 1 1 !1-2, .-' !I.I::,1 aiui; Sten-ett:;t I Ban, 'ad- J B iv, at Quiin-y and Mariann: ; and! I!I' annual! term Sighted to j s ie; the setliiiir .sun. near him -t' ppcd. Tan created confusion in t
.j; ;,. tViiiiui! Witlitju", i 111 I I.,1Id: I.: C.-lJfj.lIdulIts. of the Court of His: passion for tha the I
1-:11'.1 ; j ] Appeal; at 1'.111a1a"Lttters aJ- was woods, and a tree mass behind, which! however pressed on-
; i .:i uidU'' ivf-vr<'d J ii \ 1111,11:1! l\'n rJ'i! IE d<.fcn CiC, other personsIIHc..rc.t.t.I attended to. a friend. He had that be>t: w.ird: (:pcnillg"h'l'o chi fallen: buffalo
: '-", h..1i ;'!" 'I' .iil'11 this hin eI'I' I lay, and
.i.L I
will I I Like February ?' !It, Irtil. r fiGtflJ.LVES :
., .. { noti.-e 11.tt1) attaclmient I (if InllriUPrs' '. a do!.. :inl tliitriend ___ ...lInn.oItp. .. this widcnid
I 'J; "i >.Hj'"- <'I.j& ( *iUt u Lvun County.I n.ch this d.ty i:;.ti&tl in said rabf, for Five Thousand n f1Ilf-l---- .v opening as the two masses of
I I-:!. .Il.- : J 15.U"V I ALEXJ.\'itii IITUILVT: f ft.Attorney a With them he animals I
I ii. Six Hundred) and POllY Mi Iit hoiltrs and gun. passd his days I passed onwards, giving a for the
.'f \,\1.,'. .\ 1 '"I".1".111.()'I' : FiftyOnecuts I and Counsellor splice
( in
h. / damages ami at Law. '' the forest. On iiis fir.,t hunters. 1
', .. co.s, ivtur 1:1.-!.e to the First day long absence, when As the lust divi-ion thunder by
'I" ; : ::1) .1" j1. :t"J1eI"S h"ff k : i : ..f the next April tav.i of s rid C..n and U-; 1LL I practice)i in the C""rt of .ourtccn the I .
> : said defcii- Ap.H-ah: ;j-Th.' scarcely neighbours sympathising I Boone exclaimed Job of Uz had not
:, j :.it; !:!I.*nd i Lc.'UJ: Cuiii'y; f 'H1'1 <.!ants jijid! ail oth'-r pt-VMi-is. ni t r< "Ie.!:, am icquired to.tlpt'ar'ulld 'i Y Superior Courts of Lco-.i, G:Hbd'I!i, and Jarkson ) with the alarmed family turned: out for search droves of cattle Chan larger
; p'ead'! tl' th I.: d. elM filed in the Tcnitory of Florida a ;; ours.
\P.\ II' Vl MNSUN.TII.vNHLKV. I In aS : : according to the in Courts: of Thomas f lor it was feared that an evil beast had had
: s'aui'e snr : iniadj and .rovid- ic Pcratur counties, of the South I They successful hunting ; and collected

1, 'n ,: \ H.1t'1r.H'n'. t-d. Daied February. 1:i.h> I A. P.' I oil. .rn judicial circuit of the Statcof f'o -'gia.: Ilesitif Un7'llcrltfl'tt" ; voured him." Alter a long and weary hunt, many peltries, without having met the

i-rfi't: :: :wJ }!1l thrl"s, IIlh.rc..t..d, arc h{ 'c.t. S'm J. l 1'. \\ J l.'S'i-COTT: .''r. Att'y. forPl'lT --_ Novrmh.-r-23d! 1 1S3'". I l.:,tf I they discovered nt the distance of a league: : summer a single Indian. So during

.ti d i, tint suit: !Ins beenMiiiaiinc(l tins 1)11tt1t l I' JiYL. from pissed their
1 COLJt I I : f
: -iT.\TE : plantation
Henry P. Yonge any a cabin of sods and I I time to near the close of the
ini iid JearBut in
IT i IIM -MI vaM': returii.tule; lo the next for the Jlidtlt'c Distiicl a
.v. .,f t> 1.1:: C c.ttri, and the JcjVisdnnt is |[IN A1L1t.tt.I.J Florida. JLllornc.y $; Counsellor at Law ; biauchi-s, a comfortable hut that wirtld havecommanded subsequent exploring expedition, Bonn and

: .. '.. ...r ai'.d. p1 .llJ to the (dec I tratir.u itltd I JacoJ J. Maibec, 1) J UU1NCTY; MIDDLE FLORII.A.IB the respect[) of Jtobinsgn.Crusoe., Stewart were captured by a party ot Indians
I I.lW It t twas
1" t.t
".l J..iHitflt! 2f.: somewnat with skins of wildbea.ts I who them from
Ii1 .1\ V.:S:ELL Pl'iTs. f _ _ sprang upon a cane brake.-
r ,', I I'4.: att'y.:qtf. against > Sur hbol for Engi- 1.1 JlWU 1 1AT-. : -- : and g< m:5h'd'ith! trophi, s of the. syl. Both the captives.understood th.s advantage of

,- .----.--------------- Thc Steam ITat B.tllimiI'c! & J \.eis vacs.tn I I"au cuasu ..v joint 01 game was at I I
Law roasting appearing unconrcrncd and
j in Iii.< Couin Court J" Jriikin- Clninitnt. D at they marched with
i .I 1 & Co. fr diP of Jeff : J RstKT COMFORT j I the fire. Here tl'ej 'found the juvenile Niinrud at least cheerful
: : r. T.INS \ County T"j TUTlCE i is hI 1"' hy iriven f> siid lib! lInt, tint the : MIDDLE FLOT.ID.V. I| connt
:..l rtl'r.3. lli''rfl", 1lt1ldl dlstu.t i, decree of stud: Court (-Itt et d l >IA lie iI2d day uf.laimary April I. 27 1>:V{. -<7-tv I who at that green age w'is a hunter of ascendancy to the advice of those am.mg the

v : (<,1 1 1MIt! la. .o I Is3.:* wolves, buar.-j and! ( panther It is
1 against! -.aid .1 >stl, was on the 7th oflt.:1.flber A CAKD.KAMLIZ'T recorded Indians who were for sparing life, hid. deceived ,
j J.'Bl: i'UIDGE. I asij.ipbit : by AtJ .t' 1S33:: sal aside ai.d vtcaiud l liy said Cuiirt of him that being in ihe woods of
Pennsylvania by the
of the
J tad SSTSLS apparent
ment. V. contempt
and the process of execution is'tied tlterec.n with cap-
I mUKd-f: "id.uuaiil, all othci; persons concerned, and it was ordered that siid cause i I.e rusisnlered qu.ishe.l ;. .11' Ill/a.\'. } *'il U-llV, KiLLii.iSlsi.K, J-LJ, other boy-1, they heard close at hand tives, vigilance was remitted on the part of the

"'i:' i u'.' notice, that this suit has been instituted .' for further proceedings, a: .id that an i:sue I I/open Will attend! to busint.- con.icd '.o lu.u \\uli n-ii'.s-;! tiii. harsh and formidable soivum of the pan Indians I but noae was wanting on the sides of
>.:i.-n', s'VurnaMe: to the next insuincterniofiimj made 'I 3 y an .puiKti'.il'iy. I). 2st! there All ictreaU'd hut
1'.1.. up, and the cause proceed t II hearing, :icr<>rdinir c. J jf ilt(| ( lioone, whjsc coolt the t piisoners On the seventh the
t: 1 ,, ;wniiii, and tin't they are hereby ixq.iirj-d j to the practice and rults: of Admiralty"-and I fit/f'rt nt-s-r'IN: C11( A 1 RLss and JAS. D. \\j isT-: i ness rn.-ver deserted him. The annual night, ravages
: 4"11; t :; % 1 t'J t1is 1ceItia; the Proctor of said Li'ela'i! r-orr.-! I :"-'M.ns.LJTJKXT. wa.-> having fed plentifully before a great. tire,
hvitg: decease tic! ,' I
I sIi ami
] a'm-r'filu' V'CANTft P'l'il'u. : near crouchiilg: in (the
L : \ '. : Ati'y 11:1'r ) I Li'u-llaiit i : is notified tlhit t, u r.hss! In- '-.ns1 itutt' ai.-uthei' 73r.) T' 'Y.A. attilndo! to spring, I fell into a deep r-lumbrr.! But Boone and his

V: ". ,-t; :)13:11.: I I'lnit'ir I Ii I m Ills skid, and i'l- Ins replication to ;heclc'iu rtl61j9 .. t. _(5).c- f'iI r. t/r.' when Huonu lodged a Ltillt in his heart.- Icnnpmion! v.'ere not dro\\ y. i.oone ua.edhimself
- "
"J IrIn : : ). an, rl1' uf iti'l Joii; .'t'.iU3! .r) These encounters w-ie to his I
\ :.iie 'IUlli} (;' i n I the Clcikojfkr taste. I to a tilting posture, looking round to
111 i:, ; ILL & c. for of aaid Court nt (_&' 1'/// flJI 0\0: .
: n I t'e C'IIlIiY ul J.;::>: 'lli.cy, liadsdcn county, Iii Tie! k'r.oi! more irs see if his motion had been observed. An Indian I
I ;:t."I!-> ,n t ,'.artclers. {, ferson, tniddiu di:liiotfof i : said District on or b.iforc; ..l"nil.tv I lie 5th day of To > I I
\ : Florid..PAUTRIDGE. !.'. May next at 10 o'du'!; A. \l.h, duly pncved in II. A. Pl i lf SOX & rouse a lion tilllll I!i I t.> >.t lirta hare, turned in Ins -leep, and Boone fell backto
CO. at
: ,Ii :, \. I In as-umpsit: by at L- slid {.ll1seYc sl.ajj o/i th': day 1.- l nn i itliou> d, or \1 i'ICILT; : Opt (if-fittii ai'dfii'.i'uin dcsccndere monte concm. his recumbent posture. After a quarter ofan

j tuhmcnt.) as soon tht-rraf'e-r a> C"" :ciu-.l ran ;ij .- 1 heard, move said 1 iAILOii, But ho had contiibutcd, not his mite, but his hour, he sat up again, and had some silent
::: ,jj :.,.tllJ"tlil! all 1 other pt-rso-js concerivd.I Court to dismiss siiu; li ..1 I wit: e isis.I SUCCESSORS TO Jl. II. n'OOLLKVSf Co. talent towards

T ,,.tav( n.iii
t t.. <:Vi-.1, t, turnab'c tj' tlic n xt eiiMiio; 4 J. n.T::STCOTT"Jr.1 i'r.otors for said VT ainl !the (public gCllt'rall.ttat C: tllnl'rs and he was gratified: when his father carried any one, htd: got upon his feet. They

". ti.i, < ',. :rt.! ud tll,1"they arc Jir. !jy itotui"d: .1. P.BOoi'IJ.I ) ClainaiH.: : thtir e.-tablMiment to the they hnvere'movcd I the[ household pi-nates to the wilderness! for I retired from tha circle of sleepers, and were
.'i. and .vi '1mir law the J- %! To the said Jaccl! J. .Vi. f, (?/<:/ ) store ITccmh"onlIjli Mich the I
p.-. conr: tl. In -.ra- > J as the odice of t ihe 1 Floridian *" JI.i j jcronstrcet -was ( i evidence on the Yadkin. I'icky enough to get their rilks Horn the place
,. ,' '!'J. .t1CI'S ail{ utlt CN: irhnn it "-'/. :i, on
: r.uth! I \tt'v ft.P ,1.S. !Y <<>HC-K. ) I
\i I ,. I-i, 31.1 '. _ _ l lTOTCE lour door* \\ (-S1 of the Post (l l'c',, ''The Tho removal was a patriarchal procession. here they stood. Then they stole silently
.-------- On.'lU) : lJJLKi; Ul-\\iUia\J-: vviivre thev have their ( old man ted into the woods. This
opena t li't'o-il Stock) of 1 cai i wife children ss aut dawn, and at
.1- ,
| InL I Ci>ui J.i.x; :1':. ce< iLLlNlf' ( GOODS, coiisUtm-jof | Huck and herd:. The whole night they were at their They saw
', I 1 i'"r tinC'liiny f.!<.f. the 4Ce-m B.oil!: tf Mrfida, int'-iid to institute family loved camp.

1 f TS"t II, miduit uistricJVi suit upon U certain mo. :i ..'.;'t. 11I:1: .'... and J executed by a very hamUome :l: intent of J| retirement and disliked to Jive in houses with forms approaching, who on being challenged,

: L >, Flffiiia.t : \\ iiiiini G. Bnrcst.;;: ',. ,".jln'nn his w tic, on the rr"t : l\.l. ) ,_n." 11T..Ii'f I )' .rn o _1o tJ. I bolts and locks. To Daniel was assigned the answer*.', wHite men ana friends," and

j InasFiiuipsil: ;oy AtiJOl'A' I I.JllnIay of March I l-.J: unto \\ iJiiani:: \Vliaus: 01 1 VE 1'1.JVG. sl.VU FMW MiTICLEb venatic depaitmeni, and I he Boone found in the strangers his brother and a
; \, PAlirniDQKJwrJimnt.j and the south) l.alf uf lot XI.. 93 aid the whole t discharged its (Ill-

I-.'it i ,. d 1 L t. ,nil"" and all persons cunrtrnedorr: her IOll\"o.. ujioh iG, i in the city .:i' i'ila! :; i:.3o, and the store ole ,, or t gentlcmcu'.s dress, of the not l"jshiusiiblc: : co- ties faithfully, but he had no esteem for an axe companion who hid just! arrived from the Yad-

'. H 'isii;.t. tl..itticauMvc! suit I h'.s brcn j.iiiui'ivI. dwelling: !hnuttc, kitciitii), SaCS: and other iinjiroveniiiits ours andstyle, viz : or a plough. The faun indeed prospered, but kin.i

: : .. returnable to ll' : next <'1.-> in ig thereon to STCIUXthe payicnt: : of a note for gl g g there was more venison than beef. They pursued (their occupation of hunting,

:en,. ., ,i 'i''I..' V CCJurt, md tl nt \h.y1: C r :quiredi S-2,0'0'! gin-n by su.l 'm! .r, s nj: Urccii li. Chaires Superfine Blue, 'Superfine Claret Brown, These were golden days for but were aware that the Indians in the
JJoone were
.'itlj I l' I"i. ': ,i;in'-1':: > 1 Viiv. in tl.*' <1 (a s s. curiiy: ) 1'/s.ii,i \'. M.-MUS: ou! the same day! pay- H Black, I H Olive (;reen, but his

0 ,.. ; i I!,:' "\ 11&r, : ::::, at ''f. for J'l\l'a-1 l} ;u d|, .1:1 i'i t"y J 1st 1 I l-.l 1, '.. I ih; intfivatat 10 1er. eClltul'J,, In visible: Green 1l'el-\1ixc": success attracted other settlers, who came neighborhood. Stewart was killed by them,

J: n _i 2'S'' .'11"'1". from t'ati' and vhih: note and mortgage have been I Adulaide, I '' Ira, &c. cranking in," and he saw the smoke of other I by the side of Boone, who retreated amid a.

SLi .tLURCuCWF-\1ILLE[ ) DISTRICT.- assig"e-d l II>' said William to :.,i.1 "Central Bank (If" g 4 g ln rJfkBJ q cabins, and what was harder he heard the Slower of arrows. The companion of his : !
F'lurkla.--Aud that aH Central Bank of Florida" .
::: sound of U'ling trees. This brother was aLo killed, probably by wolves !
1.lJ.COL..V1T.. Superfine Blue, iSupcriine Colors sylvan life was ,
has this day filed its petition (:.eUill forth saiu noteand
CHAHIES Atus \.:!Ti.\ and Riciunu mortgage and the assigii'i.i'nts' thereof and, the amount Black, 1 I I Leopold, ) hUt unfavorable to the dcvelopement of the and the brothers were Jeft alone. After living :

f oILrt E q'is. ( Htctirers 'vf C'1 due ujoi) the same: ). tih t '- Superior Court for '' D/ab, j I" CtndCd.c.. kindly affections, which were strong in Boone. awhile (together, ammunition began to fail 1

Uiiinctnj, of Cnanccry.Florin in of the In trespass on the the !MiJdlc l.i lri..t c.f Florid.i, III and lor tile countyof WE IJJ l The origin of his courtship was characteristic hem, and it was settled that Daniel should re- !
j tin
case q/ case upon promi"Cthlral 1 Leon in Ihe Clerks itrHce of .ud, COll1t:11 Tallahas: lie
: : Velveteen was remain the white in
lh.il, : of FIvE :dft" coml l s. scc"-and jilt Splendid one night engaged in a FIRE ( only man the wilderness,) :
have; also filed ihict i.w said original i I
f.'ciHtml! / girt Thr Jicn bents niirigquiy- Fine plain and fig'd black Florentine HU.NT with a comrade in which while his brother returned for
u.t ) J} Summons'nd a"-c, and have prayed for 'he f:'rerl...surc jf vie! t the deer is necessary sup- j I
}'Ja/.tiH B'I'; oj .U rrspoiKl'Miduinfor3UUO of redemption of said mori-agorsand all persons: C1..tIii FigM fjiscy coloured do. betrayed II y the gleaming of his eyes. Near plies. Their only dog went with the departing -

rh u) (;, GOI'du'l, a.rl.IrJlia"'I ( damagos. :n.' by, through or under I hem, ill an.! to saida inert Plain white and t1d; Va:&Jen tins, to the house of a farmer named: brother. ;

tUa3Jt.'tiIlallh,j-' cd property, and that: application will be duly nude' Pit in, vviiiio & fig'd B itli'Marseilles, &c. beheld the light reflected from two Bryan, they and Boone soon after made a long journey to

AtiSAVDCR I E vs.PATIOX, dcfcn 'nt J for such j juJ-rment uid foreclosure to, und llu other prwcdnhad : Mich S 4N g Jtf d.llg. ) 1li g Boone held his rifle in readiness, but eyes tluj, the Northwest, in which for the first time he .
on s> petition according statutes in proprietor
1IHL: OifcmJ.int in said case, and all other persons case made and provided. D.uul, February; tJ2d 13 L Plain and pleted Satin Stocks, of the eyes fled to the house, and .beheld the pleasant Ohio. Returning to his .: '

.lt:11. will sake not ice, that: on) Altachiv.cnt) : JAMES D. \V i.S'l C< >T'i Jr. DJ. do. Bombazine d(4. boone found in this pretty maiden of sixteen cabin he found it undisturbed by Indians. Helowcver
Lath '
1US d 1 iy IStul.d in said ca&e, for Twcllly-Fi\'c 2BIf 'lltLrr.c.yJur P !ilit(7'. Do. Velvet do. for it was iiebecca often his
aiiiKln.d bryan, a devoted wife that changed quarters, from cau
n'/l1ars! Fine Horsoskin
dama. rs and rusis: retmnabie) to I the Gloves,
wstcUy oi'ti.e! next Ajml I Tei in 01 said Court, and said i XE( U'rijit'S ir.rit: Buckskin' Silk nuj Linen Gloves, willingly ahaicd in his luture dangers. tion, sleeping sometimes in the cane-brake or

wJeiidam) nd all other having denr.Mrds against me e. tate \\ hc he was led under a limestone chfK He found
persons interested, arc nquifidcijpp [ '- A 1.1. persons .fu Gum Elastic & Nctt Suspenders, Jloscry, &c. man sought a deeper frequently
Q and pcnj] to the de-el iration l filed jn :,iil jnmcs Parnicr, deceased, late 01 this CCtlIlt Y, ai The subscribers would return their sincere thank solitude *n the head waters of the Yadkin, that his cabin had; been visited by unwelcome

t. a-ccr'' u to thr. Statute i iii : urh (;\C.C made and I required to present) tlu-h) : clauns.uuly uuihunlicatfJ J, and hi, intruders
> to their customers f for past J favours and Ujft f vent his absence. Yet he jscd affirm
I".ktt. } hope; bylueir cheerfully to this unsettled : t) _
Odted February I l bt, A. P. IB.14.I :; wiuiiu the time jiicscnUcd by l.ixv, or they will be iorover -
assiduity and strict attention to business, still wiidciness. Men til t this period was the happiest in his life.
b.trn-d tho indebted tiic change their abode for
JAMES: 1) Vv E'fC( ITT, Jr. ; :e to e-blate. are requested interest -

-",.--ri'--.__ ). 132:1'IIJ; ] Aii'y.' <-.r the i'l'ifis. to mako immcdiote payment.I. to merit and receive a generous hare ol Ia Li Ofl- j or caprice[ ; women trom affection-nan Bet it had many dangers One day as he
._ in
: and their lirst
C5.SE.VRCY having constantly employ
-.J.\ LL 1 IJJ, i I-i Lewi C' tUlly Lcuit.'LhSC. t Exc'tors. age will animinn mutant. They had soon ample means rested in one of his excursions under the shade
they those who
lUCtL\1 SHEFFEit. rate worKmcn,
C gU.J.rantl'l..to ,
C't\1! t' : A?II. $ 111 Jttachment.r\-ooIlIlIJ1sit. March 8th, 1 18:* J. 3uSw- may nlease to 1 favoiir them with their orders, that i fi r comfort and, hospitality ; the arrival of a of a tree, he perceived four Indians advancing

.1 N HOE; is, hereby eivf-n of the I iSt itUtinfl nf sal Au.\H! 1J'C.A'l Ol;'::' JNU'tlCh.: --All persons they shall be cxccutca at the shortest nonce aim i stranger was a happy time( for in the forest openly as though they had not discovered him.

114'a ij ,.f th, i ivsuingof a writ of Attachmen claims against the estate --'f Antony most durable and fashionable! styles. They likewise men have not, as in towns, ceremony distrust, As four to one was too great odds even for

1b ff111I.llllc to the n'xt' term of s.i id"Court.- LuiiibLrt dccc:1. '( arc requested to present them duly keep constantly! on hand, a general assortment fI\'airJjetlous)', or party feeling. As it pleases him, he !forthwith gained the shclter of the

t.'' dd.n/aHt! ,md! all: other persons in any wise cor auiliciHicilcd wiihm the time prescribed by law or fashionable Clothing of almost every des- an Italian or a Gbrinan to meet a mere woods ; but after having; gone two miles. he

& 4r4'* notilicd: to arlwar.and plead to the declai they will be forever barred. Those indebted to theestate seripliwi, vi/ : countryman in exile that
fied so in tho wilderness it perceived Lew43 p.irsud. His -
m Hlld cjiM arc requested to make immediate payment. pursuers
awordins to Drab Steel-Mixed nnJ Petersham Overcoats
2. ,
J. A. nniTlIhLQT: ,law.AtL'y.. for PI'iT. It. B. DULL, I Admin29 Cloth and Camlet Cloaks, gratifies man to meet with man. foiled all his tacks and feints, though it

Ii.St PTior Court Motile Dtttfict ,tr ___J_< UN i.\1DERT 5 istratori2Otitti Dress, Frock Coats and Co tees, But improvement sprung up as if by magic. seemed that they had not yet seen.lmn. At

.1t 4- : 1J1.iE: :: ajjsumpsit.Florida., Leon County. Flannel Shirts and Drawers, around the retreat of iioone, there were roads, last he swung himself on a grape vine that

,. ( N npplicatii.ii, w ill 1.0 made to the honourable judgeof Super Beaver Hats; and flue Cloth Caps, &c. villages, metes, ,bounds, laws and lawyers.- i suspended from a tree, and.thus made a jumpof

T'IDl vjiiH. ) In nttarlnncnt. A the Superior Court of the County of Garden, The subscribers oiler their goods and services lie resolved to quit them all, and to dive deep some yards by which he broke the trail.-

c staled cause has been instituted, a' at the next t. rm of said court, i in behalf Harriet A. on the most accommodating u- ms, and will always I er into the wilds. To escape all these evils it His next danger was from a ferocious she-

fttUrni1ntof( aclimcnt therein issued, arid inn Ji Cash, widow and ai'ministratrix of Francis A. Cash, make a liberal deduction i JCASH. was to the bear which
necessary interpose barrier of the came him but killed
to the ntxl lerm of said' court.. T'IC' dcf*3" dec'd, to *ppoint) commissioners to allot her dower m Tallahassee, Nov. 1st, 1833. upon by
pearaU others concerned, are hereby notified to ap the real and personal estate of her s.ud dccc-iscd nus- Allcghaoy Mountains. A t few hunters and a thrust oi his kuife.la .

Sn plead the declaration filed in said case, ic- band- A petition fur that purpose has been fild I in the NEW"GUODS. others had brought back golden reports of the due tune his brother returned, mountedon

FlLo to law. J. A. BERT11ELOT Att'y for P'ff.; office of the Clerk of said Court. western regions which excited horse
imagination one
Iuruylstl834._ : 253i i JUH. J. ADAMS, Att'y for Petitiolier.March H. A. PIERSON & Co. have by late arrivals received but tell every leaving another, heavily
irresistibly But
\lA 3'2tfAUAiiMSi'RATOU'S upon Alter a short it determined
M (JALL i 22, 1834.: additions to their Stock, viz :- space
In Leon Court.
County no
. JE SE a sumpsit.tnUE' 1UTJ(. :. Superfine blue, black, invisible green and claret description could exceed the beauty or that both should return to North Carolina for

S USSEL, In nu.acluuent. persons having claims against the estate of brown Cloths ; superfine black double milled Cas- magnificence of the west. VN hatever was the family and other settlers that would make

.I"r IO\'c stated cau e has been instituted, :mJteturnablltt ALL PUITCHARD, late of Leon County, ue- simere, tine mixed merino ditto; black and olive grand m mountains, or beautiful in rivers anti! the residence secure. On the second day of

; h tlachment therein issued, and made t-e..sed, are required to present them duly authentic. green Crape Camlets ; black Bombazine ; fine bk! vegetation, was there. The caverns under this journey Boone shot a panther the

tnt Bd aflUC? 1 next term Of said court. The dcfciuf |- ted within the time prescribed by lawor they will b, Silk Velvet ; fine brown and fancy coloured Dril- the earth had the extent of the largest cities, back of a bufTalo where he upon
r ,0 concerned are hereby notified to barred. Those indebted to said estate are rcqueslcd was fastenedby-
au.j. aJJ.tordin& forever white Marseilles Vests and Vestings, Stocks, and beneath
lings; ran navigable rivers. There his
to teeth
fjcad the Declaration filed in said case acSf to make immediate paymcnt. &c. &c. were and claws. Fbur or live families

Fe J* A. BERTHELOT Att'y. (or L'l'iTCommissioner April 5. 1834. ((33-8w) C.C. WILLIAMS.ndm'r Linen Bosoms 14th., Collars 1834., [27tl] in the rock, footsteps of men, horses, and joined them in.North Carolina, and the caval-
uaFYJt834. February
1\1 0 25 11 'l I 11C iti hereby given that during my absence I other animals as distinct as if made "no\v. cade set forth late in September, 1773. InPowell's

!1 nCE'I'. }It othc of' the" oin' 1.. from the Ten itory, Col. ABRAM ELLA lY I 'OTICE.-During my absence from Florida 1 L ve The animals' remains were prodigious in size. Valley in
of J. D. \Y estcott Jr. Esqr. to act l' forty persons more came ,
1he Tre.sclty Ttt ahassee," is at present kept i s my agent, and is hereby fully thorisrd to repre-I empowered my The streams in some places ran through limestone vho raised the
interested. and L. W. BURNiAugust number of emigrants to nearly
and I agent
Auditor's in which mayo
% office in the .111 matters .
Capitol. .cut mCRfl
9Lf I wulls l of 400
WILLIS ALLSTOfl Comm :soner, lducl122: 1814. (326w.) .)'IJJII BIRP. I 20tb >833. 52. It wag a tcrresUul.V. eighty pcr oDii.



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the west aide of an Allcghany: ridge, in r cmtncnre, and every thing was removed that had' not yet convoked. Ia the North the insurgents ---JJ tiJOF"1I _. _

: n narrow defile, the little colony was suddenly could conceal or protect the enemy. The'enclosurc were in very great force Zabala, FLORIDIAN, : I Dear April 8th, 1834 .

tel rified by fearful yells, contained more than half an acre, and with 5,000 men, was besieging Gucrnica.- Sir-The Senate ycsterJav confi '

1 As all the fiends from heaven if it had no spring was furnished with a well, Other chiefs had approached Irun. Don Carlos Ua WjlJ m 9 1 appointment ofGEORGF. K. WiLsa
: that fell
} Had pealed the banner of hell." or reservoir for water. The trench surrounding was said to have negotiated a loan for I of the Territory; of Florida.. rttalj'
cry 26.
I the fort was five feet and this of the -SATCItIAYAI)1UI4 On the 17th of this
They were surrounded by who killed deep, in were 400,000,000 of reals, but the name contractor .. '-. month tIe
savages I planted largo and contiguous pickets of hard is not stitcd. Our letters allude to the --- \ expires, so that Mr. Walkrr! Go\"ernor1ti
ii.x scarcity
at !
the fir. t onset, hut who were I TIMES tlmcprcsc'it must act
repulfed I timber, twelve feet in At the Rosa butthey rival of Until) }
highth. angles resignation of M. Martinez de la ; the Governor.-I I l1ea..
l hy a discharge of rifles. Among the slain we inform; our subscribers who are in arrears, that SIu1)pose the| I
were projecting squares, where (the sentry add that the Queen had subsequently acceded of the Governor will be !?lDa
tho received in o,
vas eldest son of Boone. The domestic: j MAGNOLIA MONEY will be payment at confirmed in
I I could rake the whole front. The chief'expe- to the proposition for convoking! the or weeks. few "lima1."l'le scattered and lost. This commencement tortes rate of Five Dollars per annum, for snb;> 'ip- :
dient of the red men was to set fire to thebuildings C and that the misgivings as to that minister's I am friend
.. \ was too inauspicious for the hardihood t tion? already due or in advance, to be forwarded your ,
: which however, they seldom efiected. stability were no longer entertained.
of the which .returned miles] free of JOS.
party l
forty postage.The M
i Bryant's station was attacked in 1732 by BATON-NT.: Feb. :27.-The accounts from WlIrn.
to the settlement) Clinch
river.In .
on '
i GOO ndians, who found the garrison. without a Villa Heal), in Portugal, come down to the 7th, I : The following letter from
1774, Boone, then a resident at this settlement U" S. Revenue Cutter Washington; Cnpt. our Dc! '
i supply of water. The path that led to the I when Don Carlos with about ftO of his followers : gentleman: in this place I is (5le't 'h.
; was requested by the Governor ofVirginia : I Randolph: ic;; now lying in the harbour of St. PuliiIetl{, .
well was commanded by a concealed band.- was still in that town. The Government( to show Ilts sentiments svitT1'
: to guide a 'party of surveyors to thc Yet I I Marks.! Thi'e ",cI i* a beautiful: :specimen: of naval : with regard to
the of the noble] his
women besieged, more is preparing to send I 15,000 men iu the Northern continunnce in the Ion
falls of Ohio. I He was appointed to the com : I arehitcr.Uirt! and i is considered one of the best::: I| public servir* i
than the i '
Roman wives or maiden'PIlJntcer I Provinces, in order to crush the rebellion readers will Many or..
: mand of 2 contiguous garrisons on tho frontier to forth f for of sailers'\ in the I service, having 011 one occasion ,f no doubt be agreeably!.. sum
go a supply w.iter. They went at one laloLetters from St. Sebastian, state
with the rank of captain. He was besides i made from St. Marks to Penwicola in tinny : learn that he is still at the I tTi)4)q:1, st d t)
and returned till the ]hud filled" tho reservoir I a trip ; ) of
) : I tint the Carlists who invented Guernica, have I of the
required to lay out a road from the set- hour This has been visited also l time Ke- wbon: : be has served {
though they! saw here and there a painted face : been completely defeated by: the troops' : of port by : f for t tr.e pst:T: '
I tlements on the Holslon to tho Kentucky ri- i is years: : We umk-rstand: that: he
Hunter who
under covert of the weeds. The Indians respected I Brigadier Espartcro. The loss of the rebels venue Cutter Taney. Capt. !( nowensured has heen form'

1 .vcr. The party( wcic repeatedly assailed by I It this generous self-devotion] and no one in J killed] wounded and prisoners, is said to ; ill a general inspection of this branch of I amo'unccd; i in St. Augustine, but( we an yet a'J

t Indians, and several of the laborers were kil- fi red. Where ihe service. This i is also beautiful vessel 1 I no authority to do so. h is a r"
3 such arc the mothers, what are amount to 130i: > men. Zumalncairegul :ami E- public : a ; j I 1 matter. oi Cons'.J-
'cd. This party then built a fort, or a blockhouse the and the service for which I ral'r! : speculation, what I fleet tit f .
sons raxo, with the main body of the rebels which admirably adapted to I j.f I 11; new 3"n.
I and cabins} surrounded by palisades: at Boonc the ] leader ofthe she is intended. These the first arllled.cse! j! ail.lJr'lllha'c upon (the numerous I'\.tt of
was most formijlablfi amounts to 7000 men, were on Sunday last:: at I :: are : j i : : a<;pirantl

I. Boonesbnrough' when Boone rcturncd for hi- j h Long Kinves. He was the patriarch of the O laguc and in the valley of Aran: Loren which have entered the harbour of St ;Marks, and I j i, were respectively struggling for the| inantfel! : ?b.J?

family ; an( his wife and daughter were the settlement, and often supplied! the destitute : zo, On.i, and other chiefs:! were, wi'h 2500) have been much admired 'I by those who L( have bndan I I I appeared! about to be thrown a.iuV.!! It WilCl| :

first white women that ever beheld the Kentucky with -gamne.Shcn emigrant families: were t men, at Kstella. The troops. ; left their knapI : opportunity: of visiting them I for 1 the I! order and I II I1 I duct: a coolness iirsome" quartet.;:, we have \Viii Pm.
river. Ue the first actual no
was settler approaching, he went out to meet thorn and I I. sacks in the latter: town 10 pursue the rebels, ,,, di-cijiline maintained by their able! and' :acconiplished I and a it may also have the: happv infliirnce'i 'doubr,
and cultivator of ihe soil in I In
; Kentucky.
conduct them in. I who t I of f mending up some broken OtlCi.: )
information of this
having gained : movement "officer The Taney sailed: on Tue.Mhy I frieinUnp*,
The amicable |
not did wliCQ
though not t :
Once as he was hunting to supply the P\I t)p threw: themselves into the Koncal, w hero last, bound to Tampa and Key West.The I "egret to say are m a IIIlslTahl.. .: ?

attempt commonwealth any immtdiate[ its assault infant, and existence the great I I I with food, ]ho was approached) by two I Indians, it will be impossible by any action to bring following is a. list of officers: attached to the !t r"J. OIJ it not lie a rlIIarkalJe! cirCUm5t I!;.

began un- armed with muskets and 1 L L'm houd! Col. nc!'.
tomahawks. 1 He !he fate of these unfortu.iate provinces: to anissue. I \ asu1L.rtO.:! t> "White at length become I
< cr happy auspices.;: The ecds of future th .
cm- slipt behind( a tree, exposing his person: ill sonic i T M. K.MiiiuI i h pence, by appropriating! : to himself I
vile took root and flouilshcd. It is true then ':MII;: u-:> ;> Ciptain.Lieutenant the
: degree, to attract their f lire. This he discord apple' c
I escaped::; about which: slid
: t* W. M. A. Moore: Samuel Winchester I very ( vas dangci; ; but th 'rn was no fear. In felling and he then .drew the ) frienj,
fatal and of LATEST We'
trigger one FROM MEXICO. beginning to look
( I lives it was needful for the woodsman to lookjharply h his enemies fell dead. an-'j N'apolcon; JUSt( t, detailed to I the I! TaneyO'r'iojvs an!.;ry at cnch other Wt 1m::
Then( there remained 1 however that the ;).,
olln lest By the packet ship CONOUESS( we have received allaclud to the Tniny. contotin: tlieappro.ii ..
at rs, they -should conceal a ** I : : ."... ..,
a single combat in which
1 Joe, and to be as familiar: with the rifle as" with One one) party mu.-t tall our! file of papers, from (the capitol ot t i i I i He:,'.. D. Hunter, Captain.; I tion will be entirely uumc, ,)1mu1eCttL! with (c.

I lie axe. Trees were cut or Irlt'd, and a :pir-:: tomahawk was armed both with a tnife, the other with a' Mexico, to the 1st, aii'lera Cruz to tho 5':1:i j Lieut's; .\;" x::iutlcz P. Fraser, Richard; A. I animo.Miies j i I and that the friends( gf't t the} p l'3o'\/t\/

.len foon surrounded rude calim) ) Seeds: t f..lleu. Indian.!; rushed Boone towards thn body otthr t I of -1. an'h. ;, !P F.. J: :li..I! I'. Bernard, John! \\'. Hunter.1 I candidates will urge tlal'iarbinl!: ; on lime rrpeCllt

\'..er&; committed to the earth, and gave an hundred I of the: tomalnwk received the bio v I I The present :government: of Mexico} a1'I'I', "- of TALENT: MERIT aih! PKIXCIPLE groun,:

f fold incrc:1: I.'. The females, sometimes( !knife to the hilt on his his rille. and plunged I his \te be well established. Tranquihty pr v.u: ):. .!i ;; ri'i.-.i.-i-; : I !. .if t ('' :II. Blair!; a representative from V/AsiiiiNtiToN; March

ventured beyond, the :,li.-ndes. There in adveiary's body. This i t tiuou IOlItlhc republic, with the e.xecpfe.i.t i t?tie v,1 .It' 01" >.rih; Caiolina: appears) l by a letter ( 15th, lS3j
p were.imonii is j ; commemorated in I I I JMy tltur Sh'-I
sculpture\ O'd'ht.' South-, .
I. j t tern the. two rebels: Bravo and Cunahzo wh. ., t'- .*. 'f .. received
them three rustic; graces! ,maidens):) ; I door of the I : u ui i. gi'"u, lo have been occas-ioned !by hifivVii ; jour U:
upon] whom the wild solitude) had stamped its i \Vasjiiiigton.' in the: C.qulol; at i it handful of men I continued in ra\ ie_ I th- M :fi.'f;) t -ST.I gt'llllcllll'lIn'n: preheat[ wlien I letter, and with it \ariou.s othf-rs!! from C7lf,

!1mpres. One afternoon, they wandered, fort ii I He I was afterwards 'i! country ; (the former in the Mate of :.c ii>',i- t tht: ;: .Ie..,.i Hi done.1: I He i I bad ju t received a letter [part of the Territory, uriiing nj j ij; the( mi,

like Pro ('rpil1P, & her companions: and on Ih(' (iuilici Ptl1(', where he captured and cam: uied t to I. can ; and time latter, in that: of Mexico.: Gi n.1 from 'his ;lady, which! slrauurc; as i i: zsrv: appear; I I pressing and powerful manner, to
was Indian
.lIne !floral errand, when they f were suddenly f Jamil' Mid treated kindly adopted: lie 1 into became an -1 I l Vitoria: t I\vevcr, > had given :a. mortal blow turavo ::m contained none but t tlei.sinir[ intt-lliir"'ne.e, and, illl-I: i inv I'l'hifOlIt .station if i it NfmitT.l: ..,1 im .i... ._?!ntt!_

: seized I by six savages. Some natural shrieks geiM.ral faviile.: I But akr.a! while time (tube a unu, unuc.cuiiuu 01 ills powuncas iufi.tanco mediately on i leading it, r.tin'i "I I It'; his !secretary, I sunnl" the people] of Florida- -to- '-' <11': Piet.

1hc raised, but bushed them for it i isi to thc fronps) of Government, had demanded ronnnue K
1 ) determined ; I out a pistol and shot liini.-eif.) : lIe'i.I
on :an i expedition i against I Booneshormigh :> undoubtedly t there, -MM! ivin at the
)known, _of the Inl1nthat: they are more reuowncd ami : a capitulation, the first condition 'of laboring under tit of gi same time th..? C1r'
Boone a
\ than Europeans for their decorum I to The resolved; to attempt an ,I which was.: that he and the remainder of his [flattering} ;assurances of the wi.-Si-s! 1'1'a hr.,.

f female pri nner, No law is so sacred with : escape.the oupoMuuhy: expedition oc.cuireJ was on it:; way when! I followers[ ((25J: in numner) should bc,. all-awed: The city of New Y' nc: during the charter elections I majority; in that rc pe't-I I cannot roncealfroi'
i ( by the of :\
them as thit of honor ; no penalty so hard asdisgrace. i a deer which Boone was permitted appearance to to leave the central states, retire to Texas, I : which took! plarr: in the I bejiinninijof t the {prc- you the f fact, that these li-tters have awe!! : ,{
1 and .settle
pursue. there the lands
i VMien out of sight he in on of the Govern- i sent I month, was: : I Iliect'iie of t the mo t di. !jfriefii! me more real gratilleatinn than .
>tantly with inV :
ment. To, this cce5i/
j The loss was soon communicated to the proposal Gen Vitoiia iefn--d riots and disorders: Several
: livesveie
his best I 'lost and
:: speed contests, (hitter !
Boonesborough any as
using they have
I to ben
garrison and comply[ insisting they should down
j inexpressibly dear to tho pa-: craft to mislead his lay I lie no4 slii nteliil outrage.conmiitted :1 tiraiist! l1
every : Few but which I
f rt'nts the lost Col. pur>ucrs. 1 their arms, and} place themselves at tin ; ever was ensaat-tl : They are vote! .
were di-p-.i
ones. and
: :
Calloway : Boone CDtrKl have found, his and the fl'l'cdIIIlIIIII'!! I elective t'': 't''e did: not
Capt. Boone, !the solicited: volunteers! way concealed: : : sal of the f Ceneral I Government. i Bf.ivo'.; ;an i iMver I t.iiy, unexpected and :sinc.-re expressions ,
parents [
J : his trail. Travelling lIi6ht and day, ho Went 'suppou'; ( I there \Vi.1a spot in the Union tint; vM>uid

: to pursue the Indians. undcr-an oath to retake) : I two hundred) miles; in a brief :aiid wasreceived ( had Vitona not yet i cached! the! head q lailois ofJen. IJLlIlItl.'ihl!_ :aitii C'I'Ij": hours t,) the club-hnv :andvioleiife ) public confidence( and pvrson-il rr. ard, I tLafford '
when IK' Ins .
t the captives or die. Cowards were scarce, ,. with shouts: by liu friends. A I sent la.-l de-p udi>:-; ; : of a tr.. b. I me infinileljmore pleasure thaa .
I new : to the On the othei hand K
and "aril.JI. brave
crowded tp.e I
every man around Boone to repeat I force was sent: rgainst this garrison) of GO-) In Gen. :' T.l' Viri inb: amid Xcw Vovk I !lections arc both triumj!' of ambition. Thrv. are oirerduttime
: Mcgia had defeated :Ii
that oath which has down on thc 23id Fe;,.. "
come to
t f By the Internal Power that made us f itt ;, 'i di.in-, commarded by a Frenchman, Du- the band.tti Canahzo, in the neijjh.ioihood :, 1'1 ide to ttiiiion UK- qui *liini ot* t rile .Jeposite. when the writers knew! I had formefadtiTinitvition .: '

me a .questie.:: Colonel Boone and another went of Tule :! Whatvi!ii! I In- i ilit: iw.ili& it is hnpovihle!! to I to abandon tin
the, it'niy daughter lives, and is found, I will, out and obliged him to take flight, with ;I soy r I > [piiMJ; !*: servicea.! .

}, either bring her bark or spill my lifi 's blood j on u proposition( ; : for a parlcyuut they posted (GO cavaliy) in the greatest Ji older. The ): from the l partial! : I i leturus re.-eived. 1 i.orli paitlesare m; I when I : ouhl! no I.,njicr be u. ciul' t., any o.

1 twenty-five men in a bastion with orJers: to proclaiming their n jHTiive vicror'r.i. .
small lii i' :
i Seven only (t besides) the parents: ) were selected: fire on the council' faction appears toivc very little uneasiness 'I i personally or p-iliti; aIy.I .
t to on any appearance) : : of"ilJ- to the Government. our opinion that the ruhmnNtraiion vj i:1:} carry Viriiinia -
pursue.Tho lence or treachery.: Tliv two seized bv j I but will be defeated in : I The friendly sentiments; confaitifd in :
were; Gen. Santa Anna remained : !, New Yoik.The I yor
trail was difficult i to find for it ; quiet at his =
had the Indians ;
when the in-jn: in the iiastion fired Ileu'.r n qirre' from mae the moot:
I debate the
: ur.reservt
farm house on qUL'.tioli
been most artfully concealed, and last 1 1fii and the Vice President: Farias [ gro.in: out of the I
was nt : and the ;
,CJ\ ('red by chance. The rearward Indianshad : killed.tiaitor who held Boone/s, : companion, ) conlinuou to give gen'-ral satisfaction to Congross J\removal of the Ui'poMtes, will probably! be pro-j I fVankricss. I had not the most !remote ideal:
t covered the steps with leavethe p:11 t ) wa.s i tiie both the confusijn: occasion: by thispro.i.pt ; and the people in general by his:: integrity i longed:_ I llr >c.ral'et'k::, hut nothing can be) done .I It consenting: to be a candidate aim. whenII} I kr

) l e ;r i'pr.d to the ;!iIlTI III1. Tin- his ( in the affairs i' while! the relative :s treiith: of the 1 Florida.! My wife Ins
of ten turned ofT at right angles, and coming i llldlilli activity entrusted to ]his :> ; wo parties re- I : been; you bow III
.t I J! to a !brook walked in the water. But it i is hard I the tiro: attempted was extinjiui-hed.,to! burn the and pali.s to mine: ides; but care, and his exertions in restoring) order 1 mains uo it ;iJ. I very had health, (for several years, uliicaI "

J to deceive: : a backwoodsman: When lo fiom throughout the republic. ___ I I auravated( [by tv.irm weather
a .s: th'} liver bank: but th'ir.orl. fell I j anv v.h.ria. :-..!
| for the trail brook : in. The Congress; of Mexico: were di Mr.i.Kr.R ue: nes to express his most f fI --
near a they found ()(ne.1 On the morning of the : ; ; i j I: more especially in Southern latitude -. Ti
t J thing upon the ;ground more precious than all I I ninth I I : day the.y retired many important mcasuies: of iulumal administration. I I: jri.itef;;! .lel.nowledgemeuts; to those, of his fell :
( jificr hnvinu lost 'JOO! ( of their IlIlIuiJlr.// i I malady: was an'aftl'dron of the .
[ the diamonds of I t I l I'J\\" eitrzen< ho have nerves piodi
l hiunads :, \ regarded with
Valley. This'a But __ ,! o ta: *.
... 1.1.. ..............1.... :1.1._.. .1..__ __ -, A :; Inn moil wcr. I:1Il'1-- _in u iliI ...<.> ,m... '.....;,_-"."" ., VII"""" I Till u Jv\ecuti\e, ur- i ccd (bdtbilitv.. 'i I .
ft 'ILU\.i UI '11 IIUU'JII wishing; to iu.e the hl.' iS'Jeratiou his I -
( p' tllOppCU ".J w II1'J| the hundred] and five cap if ei .i itizitiui m- t f,r a seat !'
Afterwards twenty poumN of bullets/ from a number! of half Dr. Piiy.-ic'k: and other
rapiives.; [ great oiiieers eminent
limy found a shred of were gtthered ill t the fort. pay b iid i'ii L the 1.! ;!i laturc (Pt'time( Territinv. But howwir physi:3advised : .

handkerchief or in onto piece of dress, enough: White Bone a duereo on t lh"lib.i of 1 Feb. offering: 1 lam-! :i.r r I me to :.:c to Europe: and! try the e.fot,!
j iniih ''ho tioii
was : gratin'-" : it would I
a captivp at rhiljoothp alUid; "Ur. !
to f-hovv t11(. pursuers that the prisoners! had in his wife I cultivation, in Texas; to all th.-! llice.s :u-H 1 : of.a ae.i and
a "
supposing (hat he was dt.ad l { : Vi 10 devoji'! .t tlli- voyage .summers sojourn :v:
ictumed soldiers partieular ,
who had [ conjinictnrp
all their troubles been ,
foresight and a collected with : : left without i;!: vuipiov! I l"r- | iil the liili-
the falld.,
j family to North t t'arl 'i.Ja. *. ne.r: the Ips. Her he ..
mind. Next: day the footprints became plain! had been ) J Kentuc- : laving takes, up arms a ;am.-t thc IIL' '. -I'i,1 :. 1)I t j v.hatfvt-r: : id'ability h mairosses* :--, ro he.sr- .
that I ky to her the blood!! ;grovntl.( I Her iu the la of I I with I me was (;.-rarnu1:; : to all! ./';. c rSConsiderations. ; y
., i i so tll'.I backwoodsmen conl-1 tell tie number h'r-t born Ann had Pillen : ernment, i : of on it:, ihrc.shold: ; tha I remarked, th it 1 besides fair: ( :such iia b en tin.. d
fugitives.On daughter 1 had been I : a irr.int uf I "iuis, i l iT)2'II.- h'd! 'he! honor tie ratt-iully admit-, it p rp
; the fifteenth a captive, restored by the he (Government iHi-lf! ; complaint! of a:, from errir
day's march late pledges : to my ; ence t c
in the imniment risk of her fathar :give i sum i iof U'jiit.i ".inl'-r, he yet iiiul-- it qui to impi .-iibl, rj
evening) discovered iu the ; t the! father money and a farm-itocu; ; i :and the 1(1CC .
they woods a fire. hud as she feared to each iu.iivaiu.tl ,., I.td! !liim-elf tie! kindness ; stories ot u.y !>eni" a nui-ie-id.i: ,.
; perished urirtar! \ \ to : winch ,
The savp'o tor- No American .. prompti -
plan of recapture or asoaultvS: ; committed tures. The l arrived : :oil'i. \\'<;n% let u :ij"t V.-i i that I did suppose that this last: act of nu.: ,
Boonc he party on puek/ la"r"'I' and Cruz the Con i :il tie solicitation: of hid nauio: as a candidate !
to and led iiy .
his re
-s. \m h
: ,.
company to (m'amp they were cUlhcrl in ini:; T JI.-; ;K: : although impelled the .
skins I by mo.-t fflives
lioonu aftui wardsreturned i is Father 'tor( die Council. iiavelha- i' powerful
when some slept; under the guard of H to visit them. gtH'i Pe-yre, a Shtuim.i[ : Ji Ji-si-j: ai\ become iruperi- would have '* used "

j sentinel, while Boone, Calloway, and a third, When he returned wiio has: resided f foity-five tars .,;n.-i:! t ti; (Iii 'iiusl! ru-i-e-aary for hiro'-uS cry from lon=.:, !' me up political:,
waited for I to Kentuckv, 1 Ie could dians of California : ; to employ! one of David Crockett's figtsres.i I Ii
andir..H '
midnight to approach and recon freely indulge in his / iutroiiiu\-i: <-tv z'i- i p. 'I i. d i ill-health. I H-- !h tves in .t !lew' days ,
I noitre tho enemy. passion for the chase, for tiun among them. He has '\ii.i: ; i cumuLi not hesitate as to mv c'.urse, and on ,)
there vas now no danger from tiroughi HIM [ i 1 101 Nw: \"oik. whf-nee he- will } ) .ul : *
time pr.ibubly
These falling prostrate, crept by inches towards In.fiaiH. t t.o Indian I boys to li I educated in .Lunpf __ I :->; j up my mind to take the Ad.
But ctuIequenccs.IC'
the Indians : .. .
retire! tho m tor \\liile: [ his
laud returning' thanks
the Indians: so that the blind mole I becamemore ; j V. } .II 1 >
could not hear a foot fall.) valuable and deeds: and: titles i camo in I I t tI the. hi:!h estimation: i ; in whii-h he is hold by his :|I ay my
Pushing aside i the i here has
t repute. Hoone had not been a bed of"n>scs. No mall
, ; hushes beheld I explored and oecup: u ed unclaimed '% I fillow-eiizeri: T\Ir.I w. would d-j violent
I II I they seventeen Indians in soundfcleep I of Ike .. [f'CUi'Y. |t in- I[ has
tracts, hut | | : labored harder :n mJi
I speculators and or more eflicieatr/,
upon the ground: -and they discovered I I ousted him. This lawyers \V.\ssu.N-oro\-! .\ run1. 1 134.; i.jiHtR-- t'/llI" fec-lin -!, were he to (permit t thn;'
: however he I \i et no in the
} also bore !better I I } man whole Union has been more
another I
camp nrar, and crawling roundto I than the diminution of :gave you some account( ) of m die tir-i par; or! ; present opportunity! to pass without an .
|i tXI'I'f'S:111:1
this: they beheld the maide; game. Litigation upon Mr. MeDufbVs speech m letter violently" oppocdN" one has remain
is of
guarded my !
l of
by land titles took the phee of Indian v esterday. i :- hi.thost aident wi-lw.> for (tln-ir welfare: I!

two warriors with tomahawks and othei weapon I The event of Boone's suits wars.- l Such was the i.upixM.sion it made;; on and lnpfuiHs<. \l l.i v their ] more regularly at lii-j post; or been more suc.

:; One appeared to slumber,-the other would reconcile him was not such as t those who heard it. that all who could get to I present high pros- I,: sesfni t in his public measures, arIl yet DO one
to laws, judges, juries the }pl'lit) lM-( eonti-.in'\ !
seemed but too "- and capitol repaired: th hT.ur. : j I
vigilant. [ !
rc at
l lawyers, and h,' t fnlt his heart drawn an ear ly has; [lie .:n more misrepresented; and calumn!
II '
Boone, by nr motion directed towards The :galleries of the house I
weie crowded I
Calloway to the of the long TO Til?. I ted I After WJ
Mi-somi. JM1UK
prarics Behold the "Ffllf. FI.ORIIIIAX. : a faliguein session ofsix t mOD
little 1 hi
ci keep his muzzle the f fore Mr. MeDuflin
: upon Indian took the 11.0r. H- couimenced '
sleeping family' then upon a new and distant !t Sii : The[ pni'lie .ilt,-ntiui I Ins jJc'n rrcent1 of incessant exertion, I returned to 'the
while he pilgrimage.: ; m never
1 round to at one o'ck! and
crept before
spring! upon the watch.. lit had 1
1 sul one, and to strangle him if possible without They when passed that: noble through Cincinnati HO years ago, far: it appeaiod that the Senate: proceeded had ; ly eall--d t hy an aI tide III .our paper to a law I Iot'tlw Territory ithout 1 finding myself as-jailed *1':

awakening the sleeper*' Having been asked city here was a small villa'TI..- i adjourned, as mo-t of the member.-.TO tell :i last session, providing that no proeccdi the niot perscx'ering malignity. It woufJbea

But if he slept, he was easily awakened, for 1 Kentucky ? "Too crowded, how hecouldTeave in the louse I ranged in front of I ihe speakci'.s i!j in' shall be instituted against deputy marshals: ,, relief: to escape (from this warfare. There Were

the shadow of Boone roused him, and he i crowded I want more elbow, said "he, too u i chair. It was the most imposing :spectacl.. I i sheriffs or eleiks, for neglect! and nj-ilfeasancc I other reasons: too, the station of ueiega0f

sprung up uttering a yell that made the forest In Missouri his room. ever witnessed The most profound attention I in otliccMnj. I a maritime Territory is the most laboriou* IIIGovernmcnt. I
neighbors ,
I were French
ring. The first and I prevailed !
of throughout house
thought Calloway while
: Me-
and; Spanish; a G rcen, the authoi of the tl that
; Boone ; simple race, that had kinds article alluded I j I it with confidence, :
many say
was to (fire, but they refrained, and D.iffieproceeded with a speech, which if J
no 1
plicated for their daughters. They sup cef'pronerty m common. TKey had little of t other truce of his mighty mind remained 1' to, in defending him..elt'rum the charge of I there are more oneious duties impossd u) 11
were that spit it on I II
bound, and a council was.held by the speculation that had made' Ken record, wouid i transmit his name to I having been accessory to the pas.sajro of thn, ., the station than upon any. ofhce iu ite (Zernhumetmt.

savages tucky an unquie place to Boone. .... .... ,. .posterity -
: who determined Ho ", I. 01. Ia'. has I
: to dispatch their new captives appointed commandant of the was 1- Uutll lllU iiu.M pUVVUIlUl CllillUIIIIIIS that '/, (unintentionally I am sure) done me : I am not quite so young as flbeZIL

: without torture, a favor too seldom accorded t to Chall s. In 1813 he had the district of St. ever raised i his voice in the cause of human injustice, in stating that he was the only member :,I first came here, and I found my constitutstrong

the Long Kmvcs. They were led out and lose his wife misfortune to liberty.l I shall refrain from noticing of of the Council who its it is U?
,-a woman of a faithful and any opposed : pa:> -a bound to a tree. The executioners gent points which Mr. McUutlie "
stood:! neal erous nature. After this he so ably discussed. : The enactment referred to is the the I had writtea
n-ilh their tomahawks resided with his Ul..t t see.of I system commenced. I have
and the History and
: philosophy
taking a last look at the forest prisoners, when a were discharge ;- son, occasionally for trapping and exploring the folded f ( their piges to illustrate the situation poetry, un of tho u Act regulating Judicial Proceedings.O I twenty-six letters of a night. I suspect t ttat

: arrested the immolation. Another and country lIe died in ISiS two or three he had mouths at a time. the country, and to warn the people of the consequences By a reference to the Journals, page 1 is, it I. some had as much difficulty to read, as I hlJ:

another volley succeeded, and the Indians fled and collected.- as lived,-trnnqui :: to which the dating! usurpations of will be seen that not only Maj. Green but Mr. to write the last of them. Taking it altoge

in confusion, when joy of joys the fathers [The above sketch of Boone power now claimed for Gen. Jackson must { 'handlerand mysclfvoted against its passage.I II I timer, I had made up my mind to leave thd
loosened the bonds of their daughters from Mr. Flint's; agreeable but an abstract inevitably lead. lIe concluded] about four o' am the more anxious to have this fact distinctly field, and practice law at New Orleans or ). !

i In 1777, Kentucky: was organised as a county I- him and biography o. clock ; when Mr. Meson of Virginia moved understood because shook beI
in many instances we have used the the I believe the lawcontains York for a few years untl I Florida
of In of previous Mr.
Virginia. this
April question. Selden ot N.
year, a Y.
body tai
same other
expressions.] provisions far more admitted into tlr- Union-I never intended
of 100 Indians invested objected to the
Boonusborough, vote any member who had a I
with supplied direct inrerest ian the 21st section. i abandon my residence, er to sell proper!
mostly arms, though some had bows : in the decision ; and he took my

and arrows. The SPAIN. up the report of the stockholders of the Although I am not again a candidate: for in Floiidu. All that I have in the uorldi 131

Boone received them in a manner that made the whole.Spanish news may be said to be, uoot.' banks, and stated that the names of members pet the Legislative Council, I must acknowledge the Territory, and i have looked to it (for the
re-assuring. Ordonnances
them as anxious to go as they had been willing organization of the National Guaids for the of Congress were {found on it. The speaker myself solicitous not to forfeit the confidence last ten years as my permanent home-* *ha"eI

to come. In July he resisted another hordeor placing the financial] affairs of the for the decided till that that question could not come up reposed in me for two years by the people of I had DO. other home, nor contemplated any o th e r
200. After a close beige of two days they the hands of M. Imas, for creating country Genera the question was put. The question this County. Their approbation is the only residence. I speak of residence in it:* t true
raised of and was ordureu by a vote of 114 to 105
a yell disappointment disappear- the '
Quesada, Viceroy of Navarre, '.uptain General resolutions of Mr. Polk reward I have ever proposed to myself for my signification as distinguished from sojoUrn'mcnt.
ed the forest. passed
in of the of by a vote of
Provinces, and Com 114 to 107 services, such as they were. In the present .
house in the
Every early settlements, was mtfldcr-in-Chief of the
:i garrison and sustained its seiges. The for- and for appointing General Army Valdez of the North, instance, if they were not successful, I may at 1 have been most agreeably disappointed

tificduo'.t were simple but the beseigers had General of Old Castile, have bun Captain- The Scarlet Fever is prevailing in a very least claim foi them the credit of having been : and highly gratified a: the favourable construc'

little atm; : Tts t : station was jjenenill/ an i issued by the Queen Regent. respectively Tho Cortex aggravated Carolina. form, in Edge om!> County, North I honest and faitht l. Respectfully, : ton put upon my necessary absence, and tn'th

April; 25//i, 1834, GEO. T. WARD. liberal, generous indulgence] extended N

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cVcr lost an opportunity in this caiijr all the U.M,0 that :-1 1
"* ((3 4 of ltj county, 14 or 15, Freight I r T i -- :- m
I IkfC of collecting such in'IfpuWic or which perhaps only or Pauagefor JVew York. uNITED II
been nearly excepted) have rr i i HE superior new schr. MAIL, STEAM-BOATS T TIIE ASTHMATIC ANDCON8UJHPTIV" .

4 f improvements as I thought the destroyed, the dams being swept Capt. WESTCTKTT, is daily LI/C/AVM, :;DREW* JACKSON AND I rffl UK most prevalent and fatal of all Dieeagps mci-*
expected .it
>on This will away by rising of the streams St; Marks and will _Hdnt to civilized society 'the Con .._
to hate
; ;fill (to them. you say sual l an unu immediate des : .L VERSA ILLKS.-From Civlumhtit Binp/ion may
lb8 height, and overflowing the banks. _ patch-For freight or &Lkhbj. 1 to 1 generally ae traced t. the least Alarming of disorder.-
01J Much passage, apply to Appal.irliicnla. tcais ,
< before coming to
the a slight bat !
| prologue damage subscribers. & itcgectatlcol lang was also occasioned u. )ov: l h win icave Columbus nlicitiatcly! it appears
to ,
i. t verf wish mc to Say whether I will and the public roads other property, St. Marks, April 19.3CLfJ[ ] KERR & STURGES. .V & and Wtdnemfay, at C oYlork A. M. for Appnlachicola ovcry- I tlut one hundred and fifty tliousartd persons die annnnf-
ou bridges &c. ly of the
consumption. tof these
it. FREiGhT ifjXTED and will intersect the dreadful results
new mail lino
uot H FOR stajc I
I must first make my speech. seems generally .YEW YORK from iiiuv bn alfntoif (it common cold, and
t agreed that : I'allahassec
:: nJlJatc so large a THE brie ROSE is ti Mobile! via : Pciisnc'tla, at Apa- a nogligf
a" from the foregoing, that quantity of rain had not fallen in this and daily expected at laira on Tuesday and Thursday at noon. In tU'.ittntiiof the h-irrassin* cough that generally *'ns4ei
WI'1 I hnvo bocn the same port, will take about 100 bales i durum., I \\hcii: is luuiIJv follovve-lbv ditlicult
1tUDc space of time, within the of Cotton at low will leave Appfxl.ichicoln cvry Tluir.--d.Ty and Friday breathing, pain
l kave the
/inclined voluntarily to est inhabitants. memoiy of the old \ f l her rar freight-the rcirninder at I 0 o'eloctc A M. and arrive at Ayahsth: .* next inti>eide.) and at last LIcvr.il Lung Violent and
t engaicd, she \\ ill have repeated A thmatir attacks. also!
of Florida and nolllin days by r2o'clt>ckM. vhere biinpou Consnior-livw
PcnlIe' > q-u.'k djs..Mtcl! ]) \ : will lindstnjrcs
flhe) Another torrent of apply to rh.- symptoms. One ot two dollars
( c.xj.emJnJ
rain Si\ Tallah.ibscc.The
in jjt
pr1CC Mif tin wife would( have induced the was poured out upon a 1.3. A'nl 10. foM-fJ[ l Kii"lP.: 5( STFRGES. rhasf; of j.ur-
already saturated proprietors of the above ) I
earth last light-denvghlboats have

jti3Ctget of it. These other mailers op- mciTmi ncing about 5 o'clock and evening com- f I I NOTICE.TO invested a large capital in fitting themtipfor) the com ; "it. J F-LFE'S AsTii3L\Tir PILLS,

accompanied I LKT fart: of passengers, in tin confident expectation that and .1 li't.'c: altr n'.io to (hi.r
auviliary cause. A man who will very severe thunder : -Te! nvxt plsant and desi- a I i ir iIy tid.iiini>t.it.on, will
v and iHmtinff.; .g4'i3I ralc: 'I'- iMon l .ri pnva-c in the discerning: community will not suffer this (the first at- UMiullv ensiirt-ii iiiitigati ol l tlic*i d.-ordc.s, auu ,

pursuit enters( into politicks( t ovi 4 ? >l" Marks 1 t-n- pr.ijx riv( f mncrlv family"r.ed by \, LP!flIt to supply App.il.ichicola with a regular r.ud,) to I II cnilly t-llVct acu.i-. J hiPdl> sire aNic ei--y and en cffettual :

our ,tifld iiiis01" contiacts. iriendhips FOR TIIK J.os. 'IV. Klan, L sq. and lately ivr-ipied! |,v"Mr Koh'i. ( t'own for want of patronage.AHI |i ivn.eiiv ;or the .vinptoms jnrt-- :ii Arii afforifcpanym ( '

,o.Milclf..iations, lLuIlD1AX. fc turge, a dwtllii.-. U-isr: ;;;, hv 2i) f.et. fmMiccl. ( .da.-hicol.i, Jan.tary I liUh 1S.>X 22tfS I.t[ I lh(* \-'! !tii, -md Consuniiioii.. I'or l-Y.ti.-e

Pete arquamtcd with the forms ofulcs FAREWELL ith kitriieu, mpuiliouscand' other neatly tu--css.ir. \ f OlTAlTFrsTOR! AirE [ t STORAGE t Couth-i. tliiiii. t > ol li..itliii'':.:. ti ii!n.'-..- aniJ Uic'ur.

-% of piocccdings get.up FLORIDA.AN Ol alio\c)ILt-t 1 'uisl,ts.: The Mil, iil-r w..uM I rrcoir.mcnd, the> I f f'N adiiitiun to liquid I waiv-hotM.-.- the I aiT< > tin i-i.. -". \\ li'-e/ir.g p.jj, in :he I'le. S.tn.ol .
lon [ iJr.iptrty r.s Moo.r.! lew ca* .
klLt IMPROMPTU] one I$1flt. a..vxsiia-i.e.us' I.-CA- J -.u ocrdr ofaru of tin.-*
; br thC miprovcmcnt of his country Thy myrtles ?till shall blossom. tieinsin Fl-nid-vf-.i-a .Midicjil I --nil, MUM, r.s the re is j j su ':. rirr !l.la rtCeMltlfrtCltl! i. >j.aiona uuitl! I "la'ot disjid.-r- vvliith, thf |.iufi.isrr of J)r. Rfifc's
cs sO 2s feet
:Z forreceivin
tcbelfl identified with therltY n u pia-'i--! phy-ician within cotton uin ro. *. Pdi wih n f find a rich return for tlie.r trilling
a1e s D fame becoming Thy daisies still shall bloom the place- -< i\Mniy.u\o! miles <,l TI it'il1 MV v.ii' V. IUFC expend

ide. of- Thy laurels (the I sp-cniiy one ouninc' a ftv..NCrv.ints: ns St. :\lars. O. 'pmbrr27. M.I :
ofhis people, it requires a great still shall! open hulii'st -, aifj. t-.ir. lie obtained fir thrir labour at I. I I L T3 the Ladies LJ !
t of ropc lumsclf from them. 1 feel j jf the With rich ami rare perfuumc. ail seasons of t li'c yi ar. G. G. HOLT.j rE\/ 1RLU SI'Ult.LI11.LV.a.
arate ::t. Iar] 17th __ sonuer 'has d J White ami so-usd Tlh, are both .tfl
1jr110rCC _._ April, 131. f.>fi- lv1 just recuv. by ship AitiL..o. m m ornament and *.
powerfUl considerations. Thy _ New Yuik a complete bki"g. Thbtsl$ se-c.irity for their advantage-is
39 those sweet and dewy Rowers lC \\V.k aftei assortment of frcs': ai J g. :iii.- to b&
oro. S ; due, u]>|nicati.,ijviil be ni.ul- I inc Drus and Medicine also t'u.id Iii til'* liV 01 tllO
ias .,
and Shall I le: Uoii. paitrs, oils no
excitement employment the .
sort tremble in the cr.ii'uy court fur t ln- of Jit- stuii's Bh 1 Tkiil.V'uiSlPi'1C .
hiIlire light- llor Letter.ot county dye patent mediciii'-, pe-rfunurv sui ., i.n. t.struiiients lL+ \ llrltlCl .
indispensable to hupj.ines. Thy lovely bauds dill Adimiu&iiMlion on the estate of 'i tils -!&- ;.-: Ti'dth P ,
b ecllfle my shall them, Cn.uuiison J. Glover late of etc. ec comprising syrup, saiia'nrul.i: ; vv >fr with a very little lueirdiiatr.s
With all said! County 'lcceas ii. c xt. Bcllajonai.. cu m i ext act ,- th<* M uivy Millie- i Ina- U the
which would -
the necessity their AKilia.IS3l.1 qmnini-, p. K L. { prevrut-t ac-
ers nil s htiuW doplore bright. [f35-Gw] DRITRVV'ILLIAMS.. i ii iron, sal itai->scou-o3tve sublin-a.c.! : urpc' !1. | ciimuLuioi. ,.1 TJ< rr. \vlnrli not only M.tckons hut

alOlId In it. R SALE mineral, isnjiass.i! > kino j l |t,.,,tMis the t'-e-i.i. aa'i arci-ler.-ilo
) Thy soft .liiie\ their
1(1( Italian moon, F .u tlu harthousc of the subscribtr gum Iltury's I.agtiesi.. i imaim.i de-cay. Theiltulnfif -

nil. //h-vc aflairs in such a condition flOV1,p- Shining from o.i: c'tiJ.sijuinont. sUluZittc; : moipluum, musk, oil cro.on. hn hst. !! I (* il.- rt-i'iovt-s th- prevailing causi-s of f oflnilheiims. -

I my Heaven's dome, ":> bundles ; .rovc.jd HAY, blue io'-'s, puiv. antim- males, lid lchorr, sqm'i stf-i., ('? L % d 11It li'aliljic. aitl llorihicsof

ceI i i 5hait tiot have to work quite so hard. Shall light me o'er the silver sea, 20 bairtls Northern TLol'R, erco:, !I.'! -' seed, cephalic smitf, ism.l., < -s I.SMH ai,><: re-nder the teeth aulifuliy white.

I oI ) iflt administration has so much to do novIN /;, And guide me to my home. i.: An. IKl.Ml I [ PorATOEfs, piastersrv.v mns panacea, eliito Vermifuge, qni.u.d I Prur.i> C.-I.N.

Thc ." fin-Kins o.t IJUT i'KR. stiyri.uiic, m n-piiiuiif! breast }pipes I nij'pie sht! ds, Pnciwi.. ,,t. boxes. 3'J' Pills, 1 doti:... half boxes

Cre 1defe fld nicasur.e*, that they will never in- I And when around my winged prow J2A-.1.I. | >:;i. : ;.Ji.-; vI AC.. PRANR. >MJ; ; :.! ins'.runtunts, complete) % w-h pumps, s.o i.i>-ii 1 I'J Pill-*. > ( intsLt"
: is.j':'-. < wnh i incUiliic j \ : Nimr H.C genaine unless
C iuij-i"i" the
iueia1 etc. .
Th" asp ; Shall pumps eie.ifnc signed on ontsida
List, ferc'cc. Mme\\\ z1zaui.; > I sparkle ocean's sea- it? '.t L'J I t. > ii I ts, tiitineis, <;lass itopjeii; vials, Icimp 2.tS?, i prifiU-ii; V. wriiit-r.,| | l by tin-so-! proprietor. T. KIDDCII,

1jorfla nnui cjl's him, and u ysell'are on I I'll gaze upon its golden foam, E'. ii I :> J . n. i- ,< 'Ull.r..u: TalM.' : :, iss'-c, .MI :i.d! |j.iK\ie urinals, crown Loicets, tuiul.vy.s,
of official and personal intercourse:;; And fondlturil to thet. N03PMOIIT.rOK / o.i ilie .. ; -: ,; iy t April. i>.U----if not t.ik. n o I'llN, Mir cons if.edlcs, pessanc>, truss-- /> Id j oi sale at ins I'outitm Kuorn. over No 9') Court
iL1tC rLflS ui i.y the :i.ih) l .; l lif, .iriliiiio.canirr.s hair | Street, near; : Concert Hull 1 lio
MI v, will! oe t-jiu to the General Pe I pencils, watercoior j p.i>n>- toii. and a'o l b j him-spo
iVC it'fl3 h" %CiC to bcconic: as obnn-vious lo thc 1 I IL THE t_) -jr' d" ii I :;. i ;arn.UK.! s.iucirself; .syunsjcs, some of the v- : \ vtlinl.lc jcia! :ippointme-.t. by K.: D. I'JLItF 's Nc 2T ,

other functionaries are, I Irut I L FLOr.IDIAN.'ro .'l.-D Alderman Isaac N. prcpai ui.ms of Mr. GEORGE W. C.IL'EN TKK, .- :. .
some j ,
MY Alderman
rte as SISTER- ; J.s.; I''t'-tdf l !: .' .
WUITTE.V LV 1S25. i pha, (\ .7..xt. sarsap.inlhi( it
ic i gt7>
AId'iii..M2) pu
I ) \\illiain ) cn
him. The Peicguto: ou-ht I 4i Aiulrrson.t S h.:
assail : C- | Though thy soul with o.i invigi i.tiin the : -- ----
my grief'tvas acquainted 11.-Henry 11 yatui i enrr.uiv.: i
.ml 1
atant in all these vexed ques- I It shrunk not to share it with Birlongc2) IJ- II. !J-.vini-, Iti-nrv K\r. Bu-'hec for complaints of the ladder, un-tln. !j ,
be a me, H. BMM-II i tr. ump'd liverwort : -.
1 (a) U.-ijoii fct syr. an invalua ic I j
r': rv i i J ,
irid t1I1. Every independent man will havr his And the love which my spirit hath painted, i E miry. Spun C. Btad.l.v-:;:, \V. i1M1, \\\Hi\ -Mi hi, c.i1'tI.ial.t] !tt-P1I, ( IC. citr.iltet kuii t fi r 's :;k.iU" t t... I j o...1i.i tinm.j.t file-aeioti-i-i'-> >tind.siu the MA-

.p,.. andnaci.i..c.v ,irhoii. : I.ut th 0: j l It never hath found but i in; thee." jI '. ,l, ((2)) ;; 11. U. t' li. (u)) .1 1hi-: I mitral I mixiui-, 1 H.taowrutc J salts th- <*. l Itira il i..rilicii.csof I fit Tf.ri.tlKiMC, \. fur tuft cute of t.-pi ih:it ri.iss ot mvct

.flI '! Ki.i, \\.i.Kin i ti. :1. k.- 'iti'nfr, ;ld r. Thnmpson Ki> i r.iti.- )i-i- -.
B--J :
J, ldtrvB.-on; t.v
\ Ke- produced .
Z. -
\ iJecijiul tin
>nn ; : iin rE st.iUof tie
) ; "''jIlt 1 a'vo1 C ami like I One;: ie! fr.im f I :
t ufl-i! t 1ia; us ::; thy Uicauly, one sigh from thy Divid B. I'.jiie. Ivne Tl = i\v. I btitaiitCtfl tII Iq3. s.mi tt> be a mr, t cert iinai-dt-fi c. ... .nod and a viti.i'e-l liaint: of L>id\-. ;::id u.-u;iMyhib! -

1:1: J'a ciTleCC nlitiam, n with n r -torl j; breast, C'.-.- ( i-UW; S :(. r I." H Mr. uvdy tor irvi-ry eiisord-r .trI"tr: lV nn an itn.ei lin tJii'ii.se-ivrs in !!I.e !i-rnisof brn,fi.i! alt IJhcfiin,

tie j Would ;lIIi-.t iv, ; ti-pLf, >-.-t.. ofthiblood, r.ud luii'ioiiis) lftrs! U. iJi. is, -,; hIt. i I .er s v. rt. .\nlltitnv .- {'inI'
the oi41.r: was gIven to draw ( awaken .hcdivam of those hours ci'reiI iti..i: s ;.,. !;.'. ni.s. \\ f.iiia C ) e'ieror (evcn when
iniiuu2) ittr t f-nuilr
fin, lsii 1fl'I i, \ I. C.l.'Jl !bi ( -2.1 pills lor i-tini.li iin.s, i.i.lreietion, ;7 }hi i- JH ) i.>. t.-n< anail": i-:-'d.Vhifo vvL lllll :* (if ;i{ [plied

Ifl( "rude jtfttcncc) l.Ue.. I am agaii t have passed like I the teat'ott eddying stream I. /) j ,; .\ 1)j ( j. ",tb' It h.intl ua, ut". ariii-liiiliuii--i ["lils t ve'4< tatiie: sptsr; !.<' 1 r I[ iv-lib Dr. ji-.>!i">. L.a'.inciit.) 1 IOul and uh-tKatc I'lcf-rs,

ot uers j Qpretence r the vision of sleep i 1:1: a beauteous drci III.l Ali I ; ni. hI:n Ne.'Elrla UI 'ty't pia and nuii j v' :lio'i t r IeuI.Jr:,: Ii mienr, ( Innifit'iiicile. s/re- ip.s. a.-ic, e'\ -> .i i.iHtcnd l ; t in c-itiidr.-i: >. ci: 3and

;--. i !.f-y, Ij .1-1 jiif. lit-1, \ v j i .1 I*, i ..!. ( .11)I ) j.., ', t3umlVe\.s 'MiUnciil, },i'i' r -ni. eiy ,,t.oI ibutie''out, Pimpli d or iJ;.iI {>imced! I'nciv. fe'-iermg -

.!C i Uli l, breathe not limits be i. -.J-i.ne-s: u.dLi.spy, \ ,.' : o w. ti iriUai! an I i-. .. eienuiticc and
iM'tunc i itPJt togivoyo-i an answers as it is: my ; they many or fov.Ti.ey : : I:1: i. (-.in i a u.'>ni. -. i jnplioiis. Vi'tieiial I.iiuTthroi- hout thebodv, in
should pass unobserved} like the tieinulntidew t iin.s: -f Lucy Grdliu, \\ ini.uii :'( -. .1 c, c.unlinan, tooh; :ucho rills. VS'ith .jn ,- ar,. which last ca-c ml.; d ojs ufii-ri CUM* \ leii

1 12 at uigbt, and I have 1I ) time t to sd ili- I IrC. > //.__ LIMITS Ji(,,oman,, Frcilnick ii..ltS-in-i.: : .-. ."u'. iuiii> inn1, :< iijnii n. tin ii ve. f..r vii. '. f.uis! Tm-y are as< inb\ .-st Spris-g and Autumnal mercury

led I m( If ill)' vifc's health continues: to | .1. i Id' Uujihes' Gc-orire F!. Hue I Willum HuU : !, >r..n ..improve.k! i.i !l... (. LL > > .\ j>it.s.: ;'> p'.nf\ ur.d4l'.Miis: ; (; ih-j >yiu from iiuinoursi ,

irk has done for the Iat three That sparkles in l.oaiiy on }r>; .bud and leaf, cie'iirjfe HOOKS.. : } II. -), i l)4 I es). iifi'li!l; l -- i lif'I Iii _- -p. 'tVii.eh, iiC'pu'iitiv app.-ar at I ihe-s' casoiis-ot; itie yt-ar.

..11r1Uk v as ,t 1 |i' Or the tear drop \\hich fa'.h' in tht hour of grief. ./. -Joiiii -.\ Johnston. : i,1.$ i 't'tit v wf t digitii n. and, by purilyin

I I vj1l not give up the fclnp. IJut ; f*.-.T kikcv.L.F' JrA ji: L t.jt'ood.. .! i>i'-\iiit. the -tt ;!loiiot mab'-nant humours
rpflTfvou cause of thy griff will lurever he ._ ot l tli-- !uti ..r->. I lti > ronlidPi.tlv .
mine j rojnic.or retie
in. lkonk'ifl out "hich Lewi i Lewis I' 2 ...' ., ., I upon
later COIUC ( ) W.
> But with the voice of the Oh Lynn, (-2)) Cotini f. I I0M llhev.kuumbtr I 'If.J -uipii.-in;. rules 'iii t frd l>y'1eseeiroj
of many, mingle not t Lnpurt, .I.icob Liviii! r>tiii.2), I'hon.as "i .\.ii .1 n i 01 >- not i
!Hlu'( ;itthc cii3 <>f lhe session, if at all. I thine Jtiiiu .. Lainr, iippiy j' 1 n.y in o-u.n ai.d its \ ifinitj buf throughout
vi J. Letter I .h s9e T. Lee, A. M. Lovd. puiumAlso }, t. v ii.I'm l -M for tiie bu-i [T-'ol oftiicit -\ceIler.rea.-j

; :a -li4; to Kuropc to tiring my wife home, I Xor whisper thy &tirrv.s lo the cmdcss atid Vain .V.- Di.niel Mrlt-.ney, John McCall, Al xandtr :, ?IIar !iii.a! iNTI. .iim>.netf-rs u.- .*ditatit ; I alt u bI&IIU :1:t-iative in'-dicme. in al! ll.< r.i-if; .i ibo.ospi'cuied.

-i- frli-uds take of the Ncuclcus To .\IcDuir-iM x\ ilJi Mack t'iees, IMI l h1 a>s s--vdes "} ii-Jino..c-> Liir 'l'tiitziI ; riiis article has !
: i i iIa K-V must care ;, 1 pass like the zephyr o'er the desolate pkiin. :un Beujamii Mayo, j recvutly l.eenby 'ronuu teeit
I etc. .
J : layntr.i and Nujc'- rti--.i! ,,, ul'tu.sicitiiiof
Hue.Mr ; ihrf h'ist
.1 !) iw, :'lirt: ret Mincheii Don .1 id I is[ t't::bilttv., vvba I latt s

Ji hw y are not all on my side. I think my,1s ') The tide affliction, like the freshet may fl.nv, \ : Gah ne! M-icstrr, Barnes II. Mm, uam Iiis. S'owdi-r ; Luwc and llreds a1, ";' Cut. ?>. t ... i.sh rus.-ii i';. i urj>iis'j,j e-thc .&: a entiiVtl! ju his, '>pin
Mn .
e. the Xouclens since the live-oak O'er the .Murdock ray, the best artii-h: kno-.vn f-r .'> -Ui t. 'u .o I .:>: in t.inc tr' H .t.i: : ai th1: popular arltcii-* i.i.-,
0! I > beauties of earth in their verdure &. Emanrwi Mumirn' William' B. M'tiutlcii. Dulkuds Oil vvni.i
.i.i'.s of i-i. -
gotvut ; ; > '! -i. :-.ii ;i, r '..Jt-i tr- .b.! *\ jc'mpi.ii.; t Is. ,iui .i.tli1'd t it is last
iflii'iie : i- .-liMicd tip, and( SecretaryVoodbury B the sun-light ot' llcav'n 1 a .rain; can illume, .V.:-Rich. Norris it Co. (-2) D. V. 1'. NCW.MUII. 'hitn ; s.tltsol Lemon, fr te... .oj inh >, --. ....11ui, fh-5 j.>-.rit in putir'; i.iiu.i: ; ;)'.:i. -l.-r fupliouttli'ejuutry! i.t..ni j;

and Ge-ncral J-rkson aie carrying on the The flowers that wither and fade o'er the t6mb.Oh O.-O.T.. Ovv.us, William Oucal Cation B. doili ; Lucii'er nl I I'hp.. ot .' % >:i i'< ; .. ,: .. ;.I it- l t u'lte.! ..r i .,. -. ,)
Oi.i-il, lit I nry B. (Osu-i-sirret.: relttjiatedvatr! colour., M. !. .I
u .n i > &I1i. <
.u-- tj) -i'i:3l\ '
1jaiit'ur 1311011, mil vote for me as a recompensefir I grant me that smile whic-.h was once onv! /'.--Jo.i) N. I'.itr'ulije, ''illiam Powel, William & and Pounce: boxes ; tuey ;: ti i> .>-..... *. it> i > ;: .. .'. LS Ol ( I EM'I OJNOi \

all 1 the unmerited abuse I have rcceivc d. mine, i l'jmiiiiii. ((2) Aiilcv I'aI lersiii, (2) .|.atini hi.trhiy, povvden u, S.). nAunt' \vu, -ivili I f-t.-.f. >: : .re.it.d tiftl.e im-.st ob! >.tiattt- anctT.:
in, its os-i-ii LilEt i- d.-In.- r..li*-\ 1(1 and olten
sold fui cash .. ) pt'iLiarciitlyni
('d /?.-A..du-u! Uush, David ci..a1- or u. iii. I
Some ol them may yet look lo tip! )plantation Let it light the pale features beauty's decline! itobinsun, jMoniici I i .. L; tuiett. a vaf: ,v o> ca- *st.i.t? lia'.eoccuritd in U'

of Let it and the Riel.anl, Daniel! R. Rawhn, James Rice, solo Tallahass-n' D, a.1 tIZI!, b ,.,.,, lUl o t : nc.
linger play on check af reinU--r 1 illr
nstobc roasted in the sand bank, with regret, ir.UII (': ; ( S. 1f; J'r: i ii-.1.|f\ \ .__. ...b! :. ;iiid anti-liliiis? Pills!

ft ib' ..pc-.d wonders of Peter Pindar's Xoodle! And whisper the Brother: you cannot 1hrict.OSPUUT.. S.-Nt I hi: ii iii S i eeL', John Sfephens;t ; C. I.. Slier I ,! tvt.itt. .tr 1., tLF n I tipt, ;iCO.Ii 1., '. ; .

in I, ? tfl1fl t.l rt (1.r.It\; tIi.r. l.. .... : I u.iii'f plain .O.4i! I. XCt1&Lt dft-c- IcnIjiI.% nig tLc .

U 'hT) r'"ld, not tell how the apple got into the I Y-. Smii/i.t /, lc'm:iiiiia C. Si/.er, O. i\ Sully, l Kicliaid: i X/ \. S. A-** I I :-(,t-i-il'i-. I'nee ceni I JCl,. :

iiIg I Siaiiuid >Yci of DE LA MONTE RAT'S COLUMBIAN ISii.< uru geiiuuiu aiiit:>s ii.i on ihf out i/'i- -
( uui1 ; MAHSHAI/S .S\LE. clary the Vestry E. P. C., Ilogei v KUMAUI.ISPLCIMC. t In the pnn.ed
: wiappei. oole proprietor T. KIDULR
At the end of the session, yon will hear I t Y virtue of tluvc nriis 41 Firii F.ici.ts ii i >c e'i';. Spear k CoT..3.hmi 1 1t iiniiifdiuru successor t' the latf Lr. \\ ..'1*. C'oxvvAr.-,

1o ibn F the l livered, 1 shn'i' o\ !;). s-i at p.he -'.tk( lief.'t.- tin G. Tyler, G. u. Wi't-y' Thompson! ]Is the most valuable iwiU'iv ever v t lii o-jvtreii f t i or >;if at his Counting R om. over No. O'J, Court
U. : mo- '>r present, good night. i > >r of the C'liU'l. llo'i-I n flic l lth d.jy of .March Mary Tnomns, Isaac Thorn---: \\ ill.ain M. Taylor cure i' Cwg'-j, Colds, Coin ,nplin, .L.-.r.ia L street. nI :.ir Concert Hail. IioMun. and also by his

Yourfrien-J, iI I,r XT. all tb" rigl h:, li !. rlaun! and! .:it- rest of Thorn! John T.r. l. r, John Turnry.f' .,j.ittizi ; tB'vod! and all disease? i.i the Ii t.t t PLKKINS, (Nt.l vj>c-

T. William, i in and to Uill-i ..i.ii-e, and .iSMnchin.ry ti :__.Maturw VIM! Vorx, (2) Walter Viitch. Lig.. : "Pr.ued| : by J. BOV1PhiM.t.[ ipii-.i. 1 I j Urvggist. )
jos. M.: ,
wnrrn. 15oiki; > Ui.Tiiib! au l a few Tool IItll ji >s..; the disliubfd nervt--, jriv ,s
r. Jl'r
> William Uis i ,>n, E. B. Williston,, R ;card: s-u-enjtt. tI) the;; t; Tat.ahasspn. Tc!'. 17, 1XU. gb'tf.
and otherpropr-i-iy.ili.it ,n iv I" 'n: the pr.:ntise-swhif hIhoniasT. Walker, ((2; Chaiic.-. V est Lt: i.-i, i. p.iin> ll.e Appetite} II ;[>PJVC& the tj, nits, r tr.' | "
Henry Wnahu-lnii.
etnt I
\II1II'I h'd J .i) tiii--; ;o ; they will b- John i.iii t f iitiecti -on.j.an.n):; cac'i boit'j' of tl i. i it ..ilt.DV 1' t/ll UiiLUMATISM.
S. A alker
Capture of a>i Eiizlnh! annul SrTzt'oi'- ..1d to satifv' Mid JU.! -n nts, in favour of TlnmnsWtsii'oit '(-2) Lewis O. W'iNnn, TL/nu: I "*'; e- 'tic", poiiititig ut 1:1 a ir.osl ciniSj-CiiHis! nu.ii.,>. > '1 lit.e.\cniri-uin I: pftm-tl! ctccreiit&le iir.d Iefornnty .

tli Tne New Orleans Ike of April olb *Ay* : H'-own i and otheis a_:linst Thr.mr.s TWilli AVrijfhi, Charlotte. Wade, Lucy \V LInCIIS Au i t .ili i tii'- svu.t-o.us :a tuoir I t different siat s .f i .Ii ,. andth.-I jremiture olil ago,_which are the

;on : S.tlc.wili e .MIUMI.V) at j 11 o'clock, A. .M glstusVat.h. iiv.l-iriuliii; (. ; r 'irniiii, | v.hiiei usual p'rrpJan'.s: of tnuebsotder. are urTertd by

"V> understand from a jv-r.-on whom we i |,,.v-i<:.lv. THUS.) t E.: II XXDOLPH( I ..V.15. Persons cjlling'fur: tic above Imlers> < will ;)!t''e i ;-i !*.*ti t-thei' ".iih nutty Hell! authenticated ceiti- I Ii.Ig Irm! dti puii ol a cure or eii-.ippc'intn.e-nt i the clIJcc many;:-

al cicemoithy of'cred'Micr. that: heloirnod onboard (-27teN) Uy A. A flSHEU[ 1). .111. say ailvvnfcod. I. G. SEAltL: : V, P. M I i.ttes -f CU.J..S, etc \ ol the nuiiM-rons, protein, d uutieict- to (let this

ol the schr. Tit.i: whi-ih arrived he-re :c. ]B.-'I'hc above s'f will tnW j.lnrron Saturday 'Appl 1 12, 1831.1 (35 3'.v) [I l..o i.-tit-_<] fur In lliis consent ;.ee of the grcat and increasing; .!. ;.rane.> purpose. Hut Ihtwuiio ha\e made air trial of
speci.'ic, the i eiubk-u Oil.
diy bIt 'f're from Matanzns that the the .ii ,May next. 'Pi 1O.S. E. HA.N DLPH< Co th piopuetor > to .du : -Mpri JE1llCELEBlA'1'1D LISIMENT
yciti-rdny: ; Superior mi-. /: /.//V i'tidrici uf Floi'iJa h ; t- to 7J cents per bottle, thereby enabling, it .
to ouu even lfl Cat > ot loiiilaniliri"
Span iih Revenue Cutter Ilotilla had boarded __A pii2G.! [37-J I_Ntnnal.MJ LoN: COLMY. within! the reach ot .dl persons.Dr. hate and of the most pcTcrrcharacitr. -
recfUtdceitam relief
e, and taken on the coast of Coin, an Knmlisbsihr. ) A1' .sii.- on coii.sur.! 'iifiit, teio sakSALT, WILL i \ i r.:. _.i. iiv.vi .-..., | CiiAi'.MA.Vd Anti-Lhsprptic Pills. t been cuied in a i iw ilays, --ome in "J-l hours, and!many ha\e
17 !nn.l-s! HAV- Orders uust be acrompauic : i.: ru--, ,,f i Thes.1 P.I.s; have L.vn ber of as a num
ol \\ar. Tiio circumstances wore briefly iuit-ce--itV.lly usrd !ty the a.s.inds I persons in ]>. -toi and \icmity. \ ho were for-
1 th4'! h. JohN LIII PEACHY.Aui26 XVILLlA.vi: L. tiA.-iKIN[ <
1-v ca> A-Co. wlio: c in tt.t.1 fy to ilu-ir .itilicted
ft siipTn>r tllicacy inriiy Kheumati ha\c\cn
these The (o\i itainy fully tesli-
:- Ei-iilish vossel taking the Spanisti l-'U.: f-j7fj__ I In Atuciiiucnt.of either .enieijitrs IJ.1V in uc) lor the Cure ot ly&- lied Ci'itsficatcs .irr in thupo fxsior. of the I'roprie*

I ( utter for, a slaxo trader aa aftcrwunls! UIll.AFli'A': ; J j p--j sia in .til i heir complicated iWm-stlicy give strength| i 'lor, proving the nio i, thorough and surprising cures Lj
Five Dollars Rewaitl. : ;
ar(>n-uictJ: fiicd; Uj cn! hfir, hereupon >!ic ( I .'.!e Ti-e 'i:!> Kern in-., -ruled, and n writ 10 the (lobditati.i.1 organs of di-icsuon, repair ihrapp-- t 'means of tIlls powerful Lli.\l LiNi'. in cased where

: Sir.MCD stolcr. from the Ail. ni ... I j. r i i IS .r.j ,.iad&' t-LtiIoL tire: removes? n-iusca and si 'knt.i uf the other approved
hoisted her colors wbich hi\ing not been or plan- ? st maeh, li..1- appik\liotis) bad utterly failed.DU3FKlj'S .
!'!, ,u ii>' n-\i I te.rin of u'd '.'., biiu.il
__ tatii'ii recently occupied by Govcrii"rDuval :> utr. 'I 1 l lis. iciul-.it ;; cortivtm-s-5) head-acli, .alit-ttion of tlie
deemed a evidence] of her real and nl! others in-ari, EYE U ATl.R !
U satisfactory ai prr-sent Gov. Brarcii, a dark bay M. 1JU con'ft I > d, trc !M M-'J\- io> iilt-d: ro.ippcar j I j am! many other nervous aiicuions. '1 hev ccistai:. i-.u: Foro
character a broad-ide succeeded which .iiul plo.ui to tLc Ci.ol.tr uion ;i -1 in s-ui 1 i\\-\ Mcrtu-y in elo the sicken cor inflamed IACS, givis Jiiin.ediate ease and
upon I Isr 12 l jean, old, with a blaze face and lart-e saddle case in > i. / the stom.ici., t!.e\ ae a relief. On
11 log ui la- Ii. V. B.L: \U--V l for i 'mild iecrnt sore c) C-.. tie! eiii-ct i. not salutary.
Ait'y Pi'-'tlV ami .saJ e-ilhainc: : is
sn engappmcnt took place wbich resulted in spots on her hack, and heavy with fold. Any person lit) j-rstni-ti..n in eb l .-\\ he.-c
Dated :Mat.i ii 2 l \. I the complaint ha- been
> t/-ink! ofy
> > .1] 0' Jo ears standing
'p the Capture of the schr. whoso loss amounted returning the said .Mare to me, at my residence on the _ ... oxpusurc wet or cold while 'i->inj: .lit-m.! and in some exceeding bad cae.tt3e
lamona Lake, shall receive ;the above reword.ApiilSG. ADMINIVriTA7! Uli'S 'NUTI'IUE. dw ctioiis \ ill accompviuy each box of Piil>, and dt' ira .ie! most unexpected
to 14 relief has been
men. in the of this
B WILLIAM FLURELL. ::1 I I lully explaiu their clecs.r use
37.4wTl ALL pe-io' ns l Is .mi; c .i'.i :t,. ,iuAu \lcGrn-- I M- water alter eve other had-f.iiled.
will j kilO y remedy Many
FUR XEW YORK via 7A'//.V KDY di n isd, l.iit i>l r 't. .\1 :uKs are ''lerc-by ii' 'ilcil i.i. LVII reputation ..f tncse Pills for i-rrons wio tiave Used i!,
it the
n.an ycar-s, ;'ie prr-prietur (J. DO D pronounce pre
. I'LIZAHCTH CITY, APRIL 8. t" (i'<' ni tin-in prii il\-.i iih i < nti-Mied I wi.jiin! ih- : I'hiladc-lphia) ;aration for these have
( dm. complaints they with
The brig T.iLLllLiSSEEJ. B. RAT it to ever met ,
_ri time d 1qlast Gale and Flood. _j' will be j ,ilu m. A fix.sh has specially ca-t-s oPMjicness or mliamaticn of long
Kroin Thursday night TOON, master, despatchc-d soon. T. H itlTi\U 1 ItUCr. of A. M.-G.-udj( I dcc'd. supply occn rectiv-.i, unt for sale sta.iding 1'nci5

1 until ycstcrdav, wo had: a continued gale ,, For freight or passasro, apply t) the rna S't. :Markj.\pn 9. 1 :;M. (1-: .- % .] ; ,ny ap]).>mimenl by i. U. PK: : iiclaU.ttk' >. rcot1e rents a ; ottie..
are nnlt5 .
tcr on board at St. 31 irks, or toROBERT : _ $' .', N.'v ? 3d genuine .i'ried on the out scTitrLtItoi
from the X. E during which the rain fell almost I4"tQ.Aprit2 RUG M; Oil T6 R SALE. I l.f tvr.in, 'r In* t I. -.iin .. t 'I* 1,"I 1)I1I.*f*

..!J 'i JI immediate, .*ucce. >or to th- late Dr.V.. .
incessantly, onetimcs in torrents 'I 1' Convvay.
1834. H
so |37tfj_. >uscrioe'rvishint!: l close his j Lt1E For sate at
that the country is completely drenched. \Vc I "- Ol'ICE. The copartnership hcirtotore existing busuiesa, -nil.ell his l lrng Est iblt- tinieiit, I IconsistMIul atid ) uSsuit.L. street, discounting lloomover ?So-99- Court
.._ near Conceit Hall
tb o not recollect ever to have known so much under the firm of Jons .MALONT &' Co at St. l Frc&h and ictrinit' ; I IilllJCJS'I ui-niof Fresh nrus. :uiu :utciiiC ..,just rectivid I appointment by lioston, and also by hi* special -
H. P. BRANDIX & MEDICINES, Patent vle-dicines stirg.rl's from New York and !Haltiiiinre-f >r sale wholesale t (i\"o. 3
WateEtae r fall rjn Marks (Florida ) and & Co. at Tallahassee ,
the same length of time. The Instruments. &.C. kc.itli the fix ind retail. Countrv Merchants and Practitioners E. B. PEIK1NS.Druggist. .
(Florida,) is dN" by its own limitation.iiixitv suj-
, which left here on Sunday for Norfolk, : P. BRANDIN. tures and furniture cxtrcn.ely( lo v. The (} t'ieiIL plied on the moat accommi'dtttin terms. ; 1'ill.iliasce. March .

I.returned vc>tcrdav. not brnii'i ale! to proceed) Tallahas-co, fijih April, I&34. [37tO is well selected *nd will be sold e-ithcr to ether or i.i j i ID\V.: SEIXAS, .1,1831. 2II

in of the parcels. 1)rnggists and Physicwns ill find' il to their 1 M-'y-2n -II I tf Pniir-ristMagnolia FWida.A D1. LJ'I'
consequence carried ;
biidges being!
I aw r FOR SALE interest to call and examine the articlsand: ; piccs.i .\ i>' 1 OlN J ClA'Tt Rti. )
ay ; and several persons who started south excellent well built family COACH-which **. L>. LEIAt4)[ ;, .. -Warranted tflTc&
: a perfect .ind V the
3 usuof
terday, did not get more than two miles, A has be-on in use for a few years Dot, is now inperfect MariJnna, W. F. 2 April, 1S.U t.5-tw; ; ] ,:uiaoL.. the Fcvtr and Agiu-. For sale, Mj| sons of either Ui.sex iiunter'n, if inestimable Pdis, per-

L bet ore they found the road which crosses a repair, vnth a very gooJ set of HAKSESS. I* ER schooner harks Kdmo-iston,, Dt.-rry, mas-1 r- ; wholesale and retail, by FLhTCilLR vt-ry valuable: plan, and copious they onrefully Directions follow the

- amp unpayable) from the immense quantity -ALSO icr, the .sub ribcr is in diily expection of re> iw v\ IsTCO 'I 1)riggzt1jpaLci- panying them, are enabled effectually te eradicate accom
ci A of well matched CAURIAGE HORSES. Chin lesion S. Carolina rottt, I'luriittt CI.KTALN a
water. par TbC cciving: from a oanro of DI-iAsL; and to restore lost

Carriage can be bought, (if preferred,) without CORN, FLOUR, SALT, &c. &c. 1 Hereby appoint Mess. F'techier and with ease, .if-ty, and certainty in a few days. health
Though the wind wits not so violent as to Horse For terms apply toEDWARD \Vsicott my agents for the sale ol l'Ro\v- I (HP The extensive- sale and

i <3ou;s any damage here it must have been LOCKERMAN, E,,.. For sale on Consignment. Individuals vvislimg any 'lff.J: .*- Tome Mixture' in the 'territory t this Medicine, in this and other cnexampifd success of
yet artirlrf had best cities, and
I sevci re at sea ; and'from its long continuance April.SG 1531. [27i1\ ] 'I'altahase e.:: of the above JOhN aoly 1)L..A1K immedutcly.PEAChY. i iSr. | ;\VCSL_..__... i-'lotida, Eastern part of Alabama, & towns tlnoughout the Union for tho last fifteen principl years-

dr iftlfuljn its Marks April tli. 18 '. t. [3.ifJ3aivr"v 1 *cor jii ; who are *ble to lurnish during winch r was satisfactorily prepared by Dr. Com
effects. We have not heard from i ,
Pine Banannas ai-el Plan the s u.t in Juines to all who ,
. thc Apples, may up] ly to th'-ni on way mcoutesMbly prove, that when used with the IN-
: ORANGES juiv on
\ <
coast ; but expect when we do we shall for casi,. as tvo.uable terms as they can obtain from llic pro JLCilON POWDLKS. i: effects a thorough and

hveturn to record many disasters which have oc- April? SnC(:: JOSS LAIR PE.ChIY.l1IN1si'ltATO1t'S JoErii The srhr.C.CI1JRLES BEKUY-. ED.11OSTOX, riet'r himself. Signed, speedy cure of that dreadful disorder, denominated the
A ister
; expected at
"JNO Scourge ol the
ed R.llUWANI). Race.
to the shipping, with loss of property \ KOTlUh. I this purl daily, will meet s i ith ready elcsk "Philulelpi-ui.! O t. 2tth I IS::3." ->lif"DOCl'OU *,* Tne PILLS are ;
and who have demands the estate .L1 f cither of the above accompanied, when the case rc-
]perhaps the life of muny a hardy mariner. ALL Dcrs-.ns against patch 'r ports.- J. ED\\1M qu'.res' it. ttli the INJECTION
Sliarrod McCall, c < c'el tire rcqucstcJ to pc ea- There beinjoi hand Cotton ready for biEU.iRT, CLI1AT1tbee POWDERS.and

sent tbcni without delay to ilic undesigned adixtinistr ato the first named p. rt, it is presumed she will sail iVr I tt.IEC i FULLY dYers his professional -services; ap.bcabie, to the various constitute most powerful medicine-

NORFOLK, APRIL 10. tor of !said cstatc, and those indebted are reqUeSLeti t NewTork, but tf sufficient inducements are olkrcd, of Tallahassee and us vicinity as der. Full and stages of this Protean disor
Damage by the late heavy Rains.-We learn makc immcckatc payment io the same' as iiiduIeuccaralot :c the shill sail for Charleston. For freight or passage, practitioner of medicine his office is on Jellcison t-.xplainiiig the v.ith a popular treatse,
st. next door Mr. Perkins' various sunploms, and the mode
: 'by'k be 13. McCALL( JOHN BLAIR PEACHY Conrigme. to drug store. of
th( gentleman from Edeuton, (S. C.) that ApriI9tb, 1831. [36.9w) qdnzizinroIo :: a PSU Marks 10 April Sil.t I9M. [3..IQDISSOLU Tallahassee. Nov, -J3d 183.3- I MtfM. i, eitl.r tit-sitiisnt... ,...t'arcmiiriiy<..,..[. I each I. __box, so that persona ot"i

-damage to the roads and in the in- .'
icr bridges wccks from date, the subscriber will apply to TlOj> or uur/\u ii r.iv.orni .- me uiLiistuilut.lt >: xc.-jjoctor it. n.ll'JDDELy \ (Price of t-so PilU j a box ; the Injection Powders

veiling Country of Noith Carolina and Vir- S the county court for Madison coult3 for letters ofadrninistratt0l heretofore existing undci the firm respectfully announces hiniself to : aid: Cerate r)i> cents each.)

Jlai h by the late heavy rains, is immense, anders on the estatc of George Miller, dec'd, of Lockcrman and Craig was dissolved by mutual con tile cuizens in all ot brajrhe-Tallahassee and its vicinity a jjractilumer iLT: Prepared (iota the oti inal Recipe in MS- of
rend them Old I own.) the first insU All ucrsons indebted to the late medical proVession. the late DrV.. T. COVWAV his
almost Impassable-some of the (Suwanflee sent, on He has} taken the office by immediate Successor -
, bri JOHN MILLER. call and their formerly occupied by Doctor and the
requested to wttle accounts with Sole
ldges 136-Hwl firm are Proprietor, T.
being carried off, and the waters so ApriM7. subscribers.2f Aiicen, and more recently by Dr. Craig. 29 tf w horn they be had KIDDER, of
*wol either of the may at his
llen as greatly to impede the passage >f t traveller JOHN \V. .REAVEStf )). Attachment.ALEXANDEIt EDWARD LOCEERMAN I)UC i 'RV1LL1. .>.M P LAKii mis locaie-u JunT- Chambers over i\o. l>y, neAt deor Counting to J. KIDDER'S Room, ia
( tthr self in Tallahassee and Drug Store
thetA i WILLIAM CRAIG. lenders his services to corner of Court and Hanover Streets
SlIINME ) will continue to do business on liberal the public as a practHion.-r of medicine near Concert Mall, Boston ,
gentleman The subscriber surgery and and also his
from Kent by
New who passed that suit appoint
concerned will take notice of from midwifery. He be found when rncni, (
LL persons terms and solicits a continuance custom the may ( not absent oi together with all those other valuable
that'Ough Jarncs City \Villiamsburg, informs IM been instit ed by Attachment in the abovesutud friends f the late firm and the r uuhc generally. professional busil1esJ J at his house on Calhoun SIre cines, as prepared by the late Dr. CoNwAy,) by Medi

and the water coursed Jiad been much swollen, i ? returnable to a Justice of Court Tallahassee to be held on Jan 1 1 1834 22tn bDW Allll LUCKhK. MAN. the fornie-r residcin-.e of Col. R. \V. Williams. 25t E. B. PERKINS, (No. 6.)
great damage done to the Mills in those by It. jlackky, esq. in city The defendant and OCTOR'a VN RANDOLPaimve asIf DOCTOllJOH.N McLEMOKK. DRUGGIST.

Couiom nties the the first Monday mpril next. sociatcd themselves in the practice of medicine inform his Tallahassee, Ap 1331. u36tf.
water overflowing the dams, and interesied are r nuircd to appear and RESPECTFULLY friends that he has \* Observe
any "ill nersons STJOIION. and offer their professional services to the public. Of- duties of his profesiino. Ibat one genuine without the writ
FR.NKL1N ten
for:s ome cases time rendering the Mills inoperative L 1eiJ.tarch 7t11, 183'i, t363n11 Contable.. fice betweefl the Planted! Bowl M4Mnb rt. SSt ,I NOT 23d lotf wrapper.I signature. qf T. KlDDER oa the outside printed

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PLANTERS' HOTEL.F 3 SAW GlriS, muuufdcJnred- byJas. Boatwright. 'OPtEE & WI.

Columbia, South Caroliny. for sale by .received SPY 32 bags of prime Cuba
||! HE subscriber ha taken the PLANTERS' HOTEL, JNO. BLAIR PEACHY JUST per -
single PPU
ie quantity or
by | [
JL and takes tins) opportunity of informing friends -ALSO-- OLD
end the that ln will be for their reception above. i J. B. Peachy, and four quarter casks superfine
public < HOUSE open 1,700hushs. SALTcoarse and fine- apply as TENERIFFE WINE. For sale on moderate terms,
on the 1st of March 1831.28tf February 8th, 1833.-.-[26tfl
St. Marks or
MOORE. Apply to M'Carty, ,
DYSPEPSIA AND IIVER-COMPLAIN C.- March 22. 1834. fSJtf.l' W.G. MtLLEU.Strayed. .

4. -EROWN'S HOTEL. Professor of Physiologica
tlicine, who, for several year, has devoted his entire .
ON the \\ cm Mde of the Caoitol Square, between attention to the treatment of chrome or inveterate dis

t.. AuguM iue and Pcnsacda Streets, Tallahassee cases, has succeeded, by chemical analysis and synthesis FROM: : the plantation of Col. Var s on or about / and

Florida. This establishment (to which the subscriber in forming a combination from icvernl proximate inst., a young unbroken SfcW&fsd j ?lADE auit, v. hole-alp

: Ins removed) is nowopen for the purpose ol vrgtlaWe principles, to which he has given tin: unmarked : colour black size small : tail du* ked : and Frederick county' Mil \ Hfi.

pttbli? rntcrtainment.Sr name MciTiciurc Slomachicr; ct IK-pilicrc ; which has condition good : was tracked to Tallahassee, and is concerned' in the Patent with !> ja/k, Me*,,.

j= 7th 1S3. 4tf) THOMAS 1311OVN.flML proveil far more efficient than any remedy heretofore supposed to have taken the road! towards duincy. Ihe above Ointment H OfFered to the
> -n- i_ _ir-ii-r _r.-Mit ..j-1-' mi *- "l '" said Mule and informing the -ale and certain 'pnbIj
Feruring remedy fortfm
discovered, in curing those di trcssip. m.il.Kibs ol Any person } Ok ,-
i RO AD.-Bi>'ks of sub?criptum arc now open "
ardut. some of which have
mind and which rciif.nde subscriber will be justly res so long hauled
body, are jjeivially comt> undrr the
Treasurer's office, and will be kept opcrlor THO. BROWN. science. skill of
sixty days from the date }hneof, for the! Capital time sweeping terms Dr-rEFs and L1VF.n-C M 3'2tf- M loss or damage by FIlE can 1st White "
will FtATS-lt is likewise an almost certain cure for tnlar ? larcli,1S34._ NSITRAN( aganu.L Swellings of every eW
Stock of the Tulkhass-c Rail Road, subscrip'ions emcntof the SPLEEN. N lie elhi.r teil on the iin't favorable t inis, (1i apj'actionto "- 2d Sore Leg and Ulcers.-f "JSj
be received at the above place! dwrins business AUSTIN hours' Among the symptoms of Dyspepsia Liver-com ELECTION.3 the nubscribrr, agent of the Protection Iiid'inme |- Jd Schirrusor Glandular Tumours .
by hid Treanrcr to tit? Board Directors.Tnll plaints, are flatulency! sourness or burning in the stomach company, Hartford COIIIICCL iut. I Inc\cry njplication those hardened I ml moors m women's breasts' t-1'1"' !
Secretary of
p diasssr. February 2&! l I43I 23tf melancholy, irritability, disagreeable taste intlu pursuance of law, I, LESLIE A. THOMPSON, the fair Ch value oldie property must b1 time-? terminate in ulcerated cancers ofit,
.. mouth ; great irregularity of appetite, which is sometimes IN e of the Couny: Court of Lit County, hereby stated, and satisfactory evidence, funiisluulof t the correctness lili Felons, or what some people know

FLORIDA L.3 AD FOR SALE.Fjff voracious unit at other times ercatly dcfi "cnt ; give notice that nn election for two meii.bcrs' to of the reprcseuUiUt-n, anti I the good moral p Catarrhs, ol every description. Iy th,
thirst fetM breath vvcalcnchst.f the toroach the ive.Coumil i-haracterof the applicant. Thrsol'.enry ofthe Juice Silt iiheumatic Pains of the;
iE of General nau.ica, : represent the county of Loon in next Lrgisla [ joints
J!_ LaFavctts undersigned, the town having ship of purchased land in Florida,gr.tnted and eructations, palpitation, drowsiness, irotjui.irityof will be held in said county on Monday th .tmid its fairticsaiid jmiK-tuality may be<.onflde-ntly! re- tilh; l Sprains. and Bruises of every desp '

to him the of the United States olfti the bowels, pressure on th? stomach after iuals 5tt;: day of M.iy n-JXi, at following p'a t-s, vU : jeil iium. L1. IJ. PERKINS.Tultahassfc. whatever pa t situate. IplJOQ erj, '
the same for by sale. Congress pain in Jie head, dizziness or vertigo ; confusion o At Tallahassee! u..dcr the suj-erim; nde ce of R. j. 2i. I 1S31. 27tfBY 7th Tetters of all kinds. In thwcomplaini

mind, alt..ndfo'with the loss of iiiemoiy, u gnawing Ilayw.'id, I). B. Macomb and Wm. Flake. .:cnt, applying the Ointment must kin rt &
This li\id: is situated in the immediate ncishboar-
; in the stomach when cmpiy, thillii hood of i Tulhh! ts er, and h bc'icved, lor fertility oteo'il
And local advantages, to be more valuable than sight and heating, pain airl, weakness in the lack Pea'-hy, Rob-rt Surges and JN. Dudlcv.At 'cwFJcba a : tt Chillilains, or parts affected by frost 0
: ; languor, disturbed sleep, cold feet and hands, tn morunc.xsinesj "Magn-lia, mu'cr time superintendence of A. It i U also one of the best remedies
otavr land in the for
territory.Th of Dr. iluuter' titiiablu! flu
any in in the ida liamlin aad Joseph Ladd. the use ine.> 1'ilN. per Scalds. It the
the throat John eases a
caugh, pain oi SpanzrJer, pain and draws
Soiuiw! of the the the
*} stcrn town1iipadjrins if lire
part of either follow the
sex, they carefully
breast, &c. At the house of John B'ockc under she superintendence short time 0nUa i 4
city -l T\lMhassre! from which point to the shipping The abov'? maladies lead to firguiiic affections of tin of Jeremiah l\-\vell, S. C. White a.d J.>lmBlock.r. very valuable plan, and copious Direction1* accorn For Inflamed Women's Breasts
% Si. !\I ks distance of'abrnit miles and
port't' a twenty them are enabled etlectually to eradicate a Gl
stomach, lucr, and heart, terminating in Dn j >yCon Swellings u superior to **
A rail road is in contemplation to be made in short any rredicine >
a CF.RTA1N I I)I SLASH, and to restore 1o4 health, yet
time. sumption, A poplcxy,'&c. according i i to the climate, habits At P.xrivh's Store [fMickas-okie: ,] under the superinlendcuce the medical faculty It is much safer than I .*
and of Joiner Willis l-urney and R.Parish. with ease, safety, and certainty in a few days. of
aqr, sex, tcmper.umnl the patient.: Jov.-ph any prcpartion of that material ut
The navigation ot the St. Masks river has been rr- ) because
[TJj: The extensive sale and of
J. P. PETERS M. D. unexampled
Prepared by Miiiedgeville not lay the patient liable to injury'from ei'mL8
ccntlv inprovcd: to a point wuhin six miles of the Inventor and &ole proprietor. At tlu: house of Wm. W Hart, undsr t'c snperineiidencc this :Medicine i in I this and other.cutics, and jirincipl cold. in

Souii.'tern pail of I the t-nvnsh'p, which will afford Testimonials.-Numerous ''ertif.catps might! be adduct ol R. \\ IiltatcrVmn., W. Hart and B. H. towns throughout the Union for the last fifteen years- This Ointment hag cured! of
navigation for a cheap and reitain transportation of i el relative the Murray.At during which i I. was satisfactorily} prepared by Dr. Com sores many years!
to cxlnor lin.uy cures performer ing. it is iniossille ?"
] or imprudent "i
:pron.e.* I by using these medicines'; but i the 1 following l are though the house of John Havis, under superiuten-- way, incontes'ibly prove, that when used with the IMJI1C external sore, in of to heat tie
T land will be sold in cuit those w.sh- coriseejueuce the
; parcels to suillcidit to the minds ot the denc- of II. Ma'nin -, Wm. G. Ponder and J. H.Shi. ION POWDLRS, it elects a thorough and lec
satisfy skeptical
: it
can. us or rotten, % *
orchase. crHit from fixe oi lit oftlie
ing .i on) a to years, of tint dieadt'ul disorder denominated the
I-YcjJi Dr. Jama Lice: .'itilhor of the Medical !ic. speedy cure increase the (piaritity ot the ""
> Conipan
enable lhos. will discharge
at -l ,
wishing to purchusc
; prices
At the hdt e of Joseph Moore, under the sup' rintci Scourge of the; HIIIH.UI llace. feiiaive remove th
tiuke appliualbn to either 'if the undersiirned jolt, ouiniy I'.Vsien. deure of Joseph Moore, John L. Vickers, and *q' The I'll,LS are accompanied, when the ease requires smell, and ease the pain.
Icure3 .
WILLIAM! B NUTTALL, NCWM 'KLKANS, DeC. t'O() ll 1 f.T. Wm. Ruber it. with the INJECTION PO IIRS. and time uir tFelo H or 'Whitlow! on,
HF/JTOil \\ Bil A DEN, To irhmn it Ctf.'icmi.This ib to cinly t th.i' I catibn ol 4b hours.Rlieumatisms .
may At Fisher's Ferry, under the sup rinten.fetiC'' of CKRATL : the. o constitute most powerful meuicineapi'licabie -
\WJLLlUi. C11AIU.T.illahasscfi. have whnessul .hu OIK ratios) oi I Hr. Petci's Jfiici'ui.SVo.'iiac.'jfce" Jamrs Stewart, William Fisher and Henry F. Sim- to the various stages of this Protean ehsor which have-tuolsi lung a.i t become

Novrmbnr i*{
:::i' be SIVUKHU'I J-'nr/ff.jji, Charleston .1/f ru y, ; peptic and Livci-.ii'-ciions, of lni, standing, likevi A1 the hous.of John Grime under the sujj rin- explaining the vaiioiM m symptoms, and the mode ot' w.iully to remove them entiiely. L'ut in mo>tc<>
qsta:; Co'zttt'tioiliyf .vo .Ihcr.i li'tordtr Ml |Idc-l \ iiiM-vcral casesof thccnaicmentsof! the pleen cases by applying this Ointment direeir
> ; t.I1gtt.uc(' of Lionel: Flt.her! Harvey M.? Hale and treatment, accompany each box, so that pcisons of externally at
'vi j (;c4 1r24sl ; i: '. n i' n'inrrri\iid; \ .S''ar, !Kalcigh1ST. .ir.d its all'fCLs were truly asloni .liiimr. 1 have no hefiritioi.i J. 1m AddUon. either -ex rare themselves it will give relief And even in old rn-ople i!
C. ; vviilpuhh-sht't.-' r.-v 1 f.-- --el.s ,.;. i ,- ; in dcej.uing: it liio most v.ilu-iMc: jirejuraticn. At he lions of Klivha Wiur\v, under time S'tpcr- (Price of thf I'ilU $l a box ; the Injection Powders hiai t have been of longer standing, u s ili ca'e t *

vr'.td -v r'im. for lii'jst dlslres-siiulai.'nitnfi! ilitx has v.-rooaii* within iiit-.ndeM-je < f E isha Wmslow, Danie. L. Richard and Cerate ",(ij) cents each.) Nb.
JAIE L L \X ELI! M.i I). To sea captain? and tcrof
my knowledge. and iobert! S. F vloth. nin \e |< ;
Attr. ii' <: x ? dj': Prepared fotn the otiginal Recipe in 3IS- of Su-o-ntmc-it
V Y .NESSi.\TAPALvCIIH ;< )L.\tr.L l .i il "\Vdnrs County. Ge.l. Jan. 1 3 1. At the houv Wm.. W. Hri --ndT, h- Mtoerintende liie late DrV. T. CO.VWAV. by iin.'MCihatu Suc- mu-t be very valuable in WIIIU.T on our ;eat it -i

The nul,icribcrs, having r.Biocialed th'-msc vcst'geti.crmvlci The ti-dcrsl !ncel can bear tes'imony lo lie vujicnorcPkary re ol' Vi'gi. H. Vivian, N. W W.dk-; and i-bsor and the Sole Proprietor. T. KIDUrJU, of vcr; rert.iiu in its ellect--.m ('hilWam- parts iffi i

thu stih- and fuuinf FRI ) N. I1.\I DIN, : of Dr. Pott-i's A'e.iicina; .Stom.u'i.nrc 11 I le- \Vm. W. Bri- s. L. A. THOMPSON.Takihascc whom they may be had at his Couatir.g Room, in \\jib ir-t illilvcwise j>re-eivej its qn-jJitivs m alirj

{purpose nsicting a Cienrrcl W.HIE HOUSE add p.itcc in th-! cute of lvsp'jisia and Liver Complaints: April .Vli l'1 1. _:31-tdc. rhambeis'e.yer! No. 9'J. next door to J. KIDIJlR' niaLA

COMMISSION, ? Business at .-Ipir.'i icvlii. Having from 'H-rs-'iial experience. 4'h. R'VARi. Drug Store cot mm.r of Court aid Hanover Streets, lariie mass testimony pro'.inp the value oftltiinosteftllcnt

niiXde suitable arran mrsits u it h several vessels for WM. G. J01IN-ON.) ; ,' ) near Concert I Hall. IJoiton. and aNo h) hi.-; appointment medicine will Le phevvu} to those trfo

the direct train sport nl ion of Cotton, &c. ciili'T lo New Dr. P's :Mcdi'-inre StO'incir-"f 1 Hi 1 jr.ii.re a-'c t"i* up PROCLAMATION (togetii'.. with all tho e other xaluab'e Mt-di- wi-li iutti.' r irtformaticn' oa apphcahou to Or Uaton1' -

Voik or New < irleiiiNind !having fitcUiliei at i>l ll! in )':>! < Is v.i h full directiin for ur-'s-tr: ; *. Fr...!: onto BTCOVEUNOK cines, as prepared by the late Dr. CoNwAY,) by o/to any 'ut his authori7.ee: u: ents; .

times within thfir pi > er i to makts rtdsonaole t-teanr The! price i- v,; a I. the j>utentee and v'.ranted genuine.
upon prodi% r.c c.unsi"nc'i 'o ihcircarr and management; p.irci OK KLor.-A. DnCGGlST.Tal .
they would respectfully.1 tender their ucrvices and KOliftit A grcs q't] ::*J..y "f time a'o! vt-iy vrduaMc prcpaiaiiui HUNDRED DOLLARS i> hereby offered : hafesce. Ap 1=31. nli'Jtf. i: B PERKINS. DRUGGIST.

*i. a liberal j.Lt r'iiio: in the alvn-e !inc cf bu: im'ss; <, Mill be kept constantly on h.iiid I iiyE. _SL for the apprehension ol w' in.sawav! slaves *1,1 Observe that rior.e ire fennine without the written 'I'uhI.li.a..C-! -,_February 2Ith- Ja:?!.

pledging thoir personal i and izdiri1a1; attention; to all B. PLKKINS, Tilah.ec! chaiged vi1Ii the iiiiiiderol JA.\lE RULJNL'l'ItEE natureof KIDDLR, on the ou-i ie piinledwrapper.

r business consigned to them, either for sale or other Who isarlhoriseil todispofo < I'tlmii. citlit-rat wholesata j F.t1.: late of IMC county ol LUid> and st e ui G ; wise. oi p'S-iii!, sit as ivntoiKiUvj terms as iLey can Le j tria. Til--detea-cd wa, mmd-Med m l-eoii C in. y. _ _ _ _ _ ,-t 3

Their Ware Houses and! Close Stores arc undergoing obtained < f the pr. iioir.Jv ; j near the !line bet\vf I-ti',: '_;ia arid I--rn! i. :i! .:-t .::. j jmi To tho:
a thorough repair, will be large and commodiou-, )S. PllH' TLEY ?'K i: ';:t. t' a-.vo! R. Manning*, tin t i- night ot :;.c 0 >:. \ I Hl I !; celfi,iat"d .\bo! : >t C< rn l'imtei airof .iii-.tnnt -s.. 3h.DiCA. for the cure of tl.at CI.INS of ini(

situated in a desiraHo part of the town, aid as exempt Tiie followu'2 irof- v am m tix-: .t. ...-r>onsti t"! .: iis.! he pel-1 -. rlrirg d with lie ii'.uJii' at'-ir-j i _Mlelii'f.. .ii.d a' tit -:. ;.u liii.c di.- olves and diavvst.i mruto Di-ea-jCr, produced f by nn imrmre st.ite; of the

from the dangers of fire as any other house, of ;xlimilar Invr l>v 'a eitliti emir: : !y cii. J! i..' :-n ..t.i'i. ..< '.: '. -a .1 i, a e a b aclc m.viiscini! ,' lo Ct-1. ItV.. Wl I: e Corn out L t-y) ti.eiooN '\ ithiou! 'e !eat p.im. iMuod. and a vitiated habit of uoiiv. ai.tl c-'ually eshi- VJ

character, 01 ihe Point.WM. vviihin the !lt't thrive iiiouil.-.. iiv 'h.- ir,,- i-i P. P. j mii.: Iium'I CRIT IT.NDON I 1 t'-r e Iy t-! : 'p] .m-j (1.mTmuic.ri.-" Tuji.u-i' afH.cted; v\iti. Corns on ting their.-el-.es in the forms of tj"cn.fua! t-ait Rheum.i -

P. FORD! (lav of Augusta, Ga.) tcrs' Idciii3.: .' .Stointchicc ft llepuJco; v. .tJii.i tin tv .'i'1 J-jhii >. iit-ai| I l, E-q. Tins l low : ab.u ih.-n fee.. 1 doc.-uify tl.al: 1 havt-u-ed the} Albiofi Corn I >er>i-.isy, St. Anttiuny s fire i'cver sorts e- enwliethe

EDV D. J. I HARDIN 1 I (Apilachicolrt.) sttate of (jc >rjja.LIST. ':ve f t-t ci ilm incln imigi, a t v and well made, end : Piaster, vv itn cio.ktt- tmcr'-. iiclore: i had u.it-d one bn.es are atlecr!. ti.) \Viite riwe'hi'a's it'apj.iiet

nEFERE VCES.-StcH'at $ F. ntunt, Smith 4jrr 21i';. : hncr IIlr. abuiuU: ) or y ai> -ld, he isi daring and bo-d viI .- box it complete'eared a (.t.Ium v.lncli ha I troubled metor with Dr. Jell/s! Linin.eht.) I\'u a CII! i.L! rir.te; lcep!

gt, J. S. CaUievn, M. jr. Pe.ry, t (:o. T. 4- ..V.JEivus .,. (';i.t. .lttun.s i1li lit). I l.a .. Th at tht"'i-s'ave t is a inn!a to, n-imed JOE, thprop many VL..: 1 inaLf tin* public ibr time benefit oi' sore legs av! tyes scald ht-aJ in chilor.-;;. seen ae:

fy Vo., Whillick tSnemrootl, $ Co.- Ciiluiiihu*.. Cot \V tim.P i 'iid, do. ty William Wy;' t, E,.q. and tormer y be- those afflicted \vitu tautptuf:; ul cuinpl::int.W3i.. scorbutic gout. Pr.iiplt-d or c'oil-m.i-itd! I J ; V teuptintit. -. !Wer.s{

B'gvrt fy Knerland, Jas. Hami; un $ .Von John H.Pitkin. \'av i: \\ :.' : Liurcims.1Lyui Uitii; d 1 to Lilt cbury Jones, E'.q. ot Garden Coin.ty. .SiiAW. and \- ntrial taruta, tIin>u! lM'ut the hodv, 11vvhidi

-Nc.v-York. illien, :: & dz.Cu J< ''E iv"" much IV Ci. ed.-ha*, b no ey N, and i> about 5 Flushing. L. I. Feb. '->:?." last case the diops uficii cre \hen ciercorj

E. IT ti rt gory, Ih'garl $ Haictht-rn.-N. Orleans.M !. J.diiiV.. P'irtcr. ?iitsri in.StlI'dtCd f i't ii J e)i 7 incItes high, and vet made, he may a PRICLGO cents a IjOX. i'-.iisj.: ;! Th.jy are also: the I i1-t f-ricg and Auttimrial

John $. Lfarcus, T. U'. .IcCt'Mohilc.Aug. : Chipman, JGIitt.A tempt : pass asa fret mnn a d inny i-hange his IKI e ; ""TTT.: lir.LF'S AROMATIC PILLS FOR IT- physic to purifv amid cleanse the hy>itin from humonrsvviichfreiH"ritIy :
17, 1 > 53 |:fOM.MIic r Irvin, lq ;:ui 1-, abut -i.carsod.! : fOXE HUNDRED DOLLAR appear at iiie.! e seasons of the yev.
3ILl.--'jliev the Blood its circulation
( I G.'. ( \i a I s, (1 n. 3 1 REWARI', u-i I HM: g-vc-i f-r each o he ai"te purify quicken They also aid the process of digo-.tion.; and, t Iv punfyiug
>ION ItKCMI VING AND Fll) \VAtt- dehvc the i\Iarhal i assist the suspended operations of nature and area the
d scribed slaves if cl I 'o of blood, prevent the secr Lion of n.alii.ant Ijcniourjof
DING HOUSE, AfJ l ichicr.!*.-The imdcrsigncd O !'' LKTTHtiS: the Midtl'** District "l ['ho i 'a, or to '\\\n SneulTof the central icrnedy Tor the prevailing comjiknntsam'ong tiie lungs. The proprietor confidently relifsnpos

have formed a co-partnership: und< r the lin.i ot!' I: '.. IANIN'! I in the I'i 'h'esi

Falcanar $. Kimbrough for the purpos. f transactin<; ; !ie 3'ht dcty of M.-ircli, 1 Kr 3{, vvhlcli if not taken erlicaciou<> in the Green Sickn< ss. Palpitation of the drops, not only! in Uo
a. general agency commission and receiving and f-jr- ) !b-fore the I Ibt d.ty c.f Jn'y next, will be s-enl to Given under my hand at tie! Ci y of Tal- Hear', (;idiim. Short Breath. Lmvirg! i.fflie pir.t out the Union for the best pr of of their ewliewe:

warding business. 1)einprpar d to make tli<-, -iul the ( Tin; m! !'(>>: Office as >.<.1 I.t'ln-*. JahasM-e, th'Jth day ot' March, iS 't. an.! t its,-Dej' cjior. and Di.-i'iciinauon! to L.ercte aiid Society an Hnf..iiingattt-iative nitdieitie, M all the cases abo.

advances on consignment rt Alfijn!, Jol.n \ nlirsan.B. of f'he: Iiidepcnelcnce of the ITm ed States the -.arried ladies will iiiid the Puts' equally u efulexcept sf/ccitied. This article has recentlv Lee
Jeans, New York, Baltimore, Phiadeliua! ] IT..Vdencc :- .-Caroline. B.ir.is, John l Bolos, Al'\\aniler I'llyEight'ear.: in case of pregnancy, when they nut tit betakei by aPhyalcianof the Jirst ifi- ectahihty. wh[? Lad itnesed
and Boston: and disposed to devote their timr ; neither mus: they be ten by persons of hectic
Black John Bane John Buie Brim its -urpnsing entitled his
A. ton, Joim S.BarlM eflicacy, as m cpa:
hcihit". Price 1 50 box
exclusively to the interest of ihoj-r confiding busincsn orciiusunitivc > a
iv, JohnS.I I3el.C. !I. ion. to take the lead of all the popular aiticlcs Jcnowa
Dollars. LSUl'iie celebrated! Cambrian Tooth Ache
to their charge having made the $295 t
arrnn !< -
-cossaiy for the above complaints! ad mudecti it i fa-t
.-Martha Cannon, Benj. A ChippelVii. II. Pills, which immediate relief, without the least > giminj
ments to forward cotton to New Yoik or chew In iv give
i:; additi'-n to me atlaVe! reward, the citizens of this point in public estimation, tiuonghuuUhe country
with expedition by vessels of licht draft of water at Carscls.D. injury to lila Teeth. Un trial this will be tbuniJ one of
Talaha-Ncc} ad .Her TWO HUNDRED Puce J
; : v emily $; u bottle, e r b' Lotties or 5)
the lowest rates of freight, a liberal fch tic of public .-.Inlin! \\ Dickson. 1). li. Dmiglas, John AND FIVE DOLLARS ; also, suet, furti.er sum-;, the best remedies known lir this complaint. Price 50Ii. "j

patronage is respectfully st4ici tcd.q Dt-iJ, Alfred Daniels:, I.iiiiah: : ItbiIsoII.l IM I a> be -n-nl'iited; by those vyho have not yet had .,nt :i I.t, DYSPEPSIA, Oil LXDIGKSTIOX.

11. FALCOJC.1R.HV. -J.iim C. Kverilt, W.tn. Eaj_' 'rton, Wm. C. i an zany(.ii'-ortuintv to n "cribe None is genuine unless signed on the outside printed Of!longstanding, and of the mot obstinate! chnctr.

/. //. KIMUKOUGH. Etice.'I -, Mar hSy-h, IffUr 31-tf. \viapper by the soL-jiroprieton, T. KIDDEKirmnediate ins been immedblely relievtd and olter. permanent!]
REFERENCES -_ .successor to tho late DrV.. '1'. Conway, cured in a varitty of cases that have cctuuediuBostM
-George Fauntlcroy Win. U.
Shorter, TVirrrr Co., Gen. HoicnrJ,Judge Cotqnitt, Titus Fair. ((2) Filyav. For sale at his Counting Room over No. J'J. Cour. and vicinity by using for a short time.
street, near Conceit Hall, Boston, and also i by his Dr. llelfe's Vegetable specific and anti-F.illoas Pills,
Drs. >iart P. D. J special -
flurry $> Urq Wovdmff' Columbus.Jag. H. \\m. D. Hurrisnti _# ,. THIS 'ej''iful: and fine blooded
: (.3)) Hand both of
: .So. which
appointment, by ( 5.) are to be taken togetluer.accordingtotauable -
//. .SWJcr Esq.New Vork. Gen. R. K. Call Horse, will wfand ihe present season,
Anson Hancock, 8ila Hilliard, Itoht. L. Hacklfy.J. ...,. m CB.. PEKKLNS.Tallahassee. plain and directions
practical acconipaiipngthiSpecific.
W'Me Florida. .
Hen J JU. 1) D. L. jrAirjirs] at my farm in Leon lounty, on Lake
den C. .' .- P. ..JCrni.rmtiV.. W. JoiiU>, March 17 1531. SOlf.V Diugrit. Price 50 cents each.
.LtIt' /eg. "U l 'n. :3.! Jickson : o'li-nencmg on the 15th in.st.
K.-Noah Kelly.It. 'i.-c--. -ik / and terminating the 1-lth IS'yr.e are genuine unless signed on the outside printed
AND.-For sale a valuable tract of nn-J contam- on July ncx CKKTALV CUKE FOR TUG ITCH the
L .-James Lonmcr, Robert C. Lester, Robert Th-u.the community may hav* an opportunity of sro wrapper, by sole proprietor T. KJDHR.
jog CO acres, lying near Motiticcllo, JelTersor. Lnrkiii!";, J. I), Lock wood.M. ini his sto'k and OWMIJ* to the of for HOXVLVER inveterate, in one hour's application, immediate succesoor) the late Dr. XV*. T. tViwiT.-
county, Florida, belonging to Lawrence Hill of New- ; ; cry pressure from cold 1'or sale his Coar
Dumfries' at 99 :
taking by using Counting foam, over IVo. ,
Mr. Miletuler Brinks the
Meridian he will stand this reduced
: ), (1)) Gen.MeSvvain mor.cv, reatcn at price
York, this tract of land, is about one half hammock, Ointment. This for Concert -
preparation pleasantne-, street near Hall, Boston, and also by hinpeciat
Daniel of Twelve Dolla-s Twciiiv I Insurance
McLauchiin! William Martin t : or
and the balance of oak,and well watered with a spring popenycinngcd safety, e.\pedi'on: case and certainty, stands unrivalled appoiaaieit, by E. B. PEKKINS. ( 'cI I U)
Klt7.abeth Masl.burn. D.-ui'l. Me.Pi.ail ; and Seven the single leap-payable at tin;
Allen McKinie
branch running through the same : persons i&hingtoece : f'ti the cure of this troublesome complaint.! It i is FO Druggisi.Tah1mbaee. .
the land, will apply to James L. Parish, L'sqr at (2) Hnjrli Mlcli.David!! MrBridc.N. close of the present y.ir for each, on "iiing i t-ood notes well rapid, as-well as certain in its operation, as to cure this Fob. 17, 1>3I. 2t3tf.fl
secun-d. the when
Monticello, who will show the same, and for terms:, .- \Vm. Nunan, (2) Jcn-tnhik Norman, David Fifty cents mare to groom disagreeable dibonler most ellectually in oi.e hour's application

which will be liberal, apply to mo in Tallahassee : 1will P. F. Newson, Enoch Norm i-. first set vcd.TYmicssian. only z .flLJj t i'OH UHKLMATISM.TI .

also> sell the remaining lots, in the wIst addition O.-Solomon, Owen*, ((2)) J diii! Oliver. will be (0 years old! on tic Slh of next I It does not contain the least particle of mercury or I E excruciating pain-the decrepitude amid defor
month bi br th-.r Dr.Vi.i.. E. Butler
wa &dby ?
to Monticcllo, and give a bargain if applied for soon: P.-Louisa Paul, John Paii'-rson: Bright Pick- ; > my I I othrdan erous ingredient, and may be appl- with mity, and the premature old age. wlueh are this
of T isad.uk with back .
ennc.ssoi:- bay, : legs, rnaniand
Nov 23I I5if| TiniJUJTT l Hi P.I'.TTON! : i lemales. children Usual attendants of the disorder, arc suffered by roan/
ett, Thomas Pte-ston N I'lrstut perfect safety by pregnaut or to at
jr. : tail I, of uornl I ;ize ami Iteairif-d I fiaurc ; w is bifil I
jDISSOL(777O.V OF CMARTji'RRSHlP.TIII1 H- Nicholas Robertson,, (2) Sraborn Hal!", Jt,. by the celebrated horse Carolinian, out of his full si* the hii>ast. from despair of a cure, or diappointri.ent in theeffici-tin
of the effect
C-OPXIITNEII IIIP heretofore existing R. Random, Martha Itigmn, John Rogers.S. trr having been bred I in nnd in, I th'-rbey comin.ii.doulile Price, 37 1-2 cents a box, with ample directions, cy numerous iiut those who pretended have made antidotes fair to trial of

t'.n fiioi of .-Dr. Sweet, Win. Smith.T. Archy; and to.h<>w unexceptionable i-. DUAIFUILS REMEDY FOR THE PILES purpose a

.-Mary TJuunrs, Simpson Wilson, Benjamin his blood thtledi[ rte of his sire io hereto atiacnt ii l, The proprietor begs lea\t to recommend (which he DU. JEiiB'S CELEBRATED LINIMENT,
Ward.Y. which c'n.bin-s in a double forni, I b..ih sire and iJamof even in cases of longstanding, and of the most setere
is this day dissolved. Robert S. Miller hitvinz does with the fullest coafidi-nco) one of the most \ base
character, have received certain relief and
this fine }hor.se. Extensive well many
the entire stock is alone authorised to settle .-Henry F. Ytinjrc, (2)) Peter Yonjjf Sherwood nas.ur-i f, w.uereil, abie! remedieo known lor tin.- troublesome and painful
and i mi'lcr good ftno.will 1 i b; fnrnisht'd for all!I mares been cuied in a iVvv days, some in 24 hours! as a num-
the debts. U. S. MILLER.Feb. Yearell. complaint. \V ithoutgoin into detail, he deems it e-
M. BLUE formerly
P. M.1st her of
Costou and who were
sent to this horse at the low rate of Filly Cents j persons vicinity,
15 ((27tf.) P. H. IIARLEY. 1831. per !iUiI ti' say. he has in Ins possession the most undoubted
April 7il letter.IX 1etP
(3l3iv)-[ week ; but no accountability for accidtnts or eseaues. testimonials that it has aiihcted with Rheumatism have %erv frlly
more completely answered
-1 1 week mile dite.i Other m evidences of stock and pcrfrmance, will b? sub- tied Certitie-ates are in the possession of the i'ropf
ajijjhe ui> ii will Inmnle: to the for which it is intended, ihan
havfn purpo'.e
und-rsigncd 'iascd the EJSTIRE any
THE pur 3 the honourable the County Court, for i the. ini;I. d on fl j'hicatioti. other .nedicine. tor, proving the most thorough and surprising cores
dd'ts &c. of It. MILLI5U it Co. county wheta
means 01'this ouerful LhNI.MENT. in cases
of Leon for Lettrs of Administration 3d April, 1841. ROBl'.RT BUTLER. |
the Tins innocent in its
on estite
will continue, llx bi incbs under his own n I mic.Feb. remedy is perfectly application, other approved applications had failed.
l.i. (27tf.) R. S of I IOIIN NOR R Is, late of s .id county, iltccascd r to all conditions ages and sexes. i rull dirt-ctions, utterly
April Tub, 1K31. ((3IG) WILLIS ALSTON' Pedigree r fl/me Sire and Dam of Tcnncsscean. { de.-cnption of the complaint, vVc. accompaiiy each DUAIFK1 EYE WATER !

Carolinian, which it a Iin. 'loud 1 b.iy, with blacklegs 1 packet winch consists of tuu bo.\f Ointment ar.dIlecttmirv For sore or inflamed Eves give immediate ease andrelief.
[H> "
iin stand ,- mane and tail, nearly 5 fiet 4 inches high, four- i Puce. 5 1 for the u'.ole' or i>0 cents i ij{ On recent sore eyes. tie effect is most salo -

t in ;Maiianna andvi"ll at my stable tei-ij ye.iro <'Id I 1 the 2Sl'i 4't f Aay! next, was hired by me but one of the articles is wanted.UJT ry.-Where the complaint has been of years standmi'' ;

to Mares l>r [i.t: and was pot by that um-quali: d horse Sir Archie, his None are genuinne unless signed on the outside and m some exceeding bad ca.es.the iflOst unexpeCt

the at Twenty Dollars dam also: was bred by me, got by the imported Druid ; printed wrajtpei. by the t-ole proprietor, T. K1DDI.K, amid desirai.Ie relief has been found in the use

season, which Ins rundam by old Wililair, the best son of Fearnought ; immediate t-uccessi-r to the I.ue Dr. \X T. CON WAI. eye water alter eve y other remedy had (ailed.rsons 3130

:- -: now commenced, and will his g. grandam by Amcricus, a.so! by Fearnought- For sale at his Counting Room, over fto. 99, Court who have* used i ir, pronounce it the best P1

continue until the ls>t day of August ; payable the 1st his g. jr. gruidam got by old Janus, out of .1 mare gi.-; street, near Concert Hall, 13o .ton, and also by his aration for these complaints they have ever met Wmth,
UCT IQN SALES.-The subscriber having located day of January next. U1 Julius of .Moor's appointment, No. specially in cases of inflamation o(10
A by < out a maie g>'l by Partner out special Dy ( 4)K. soreness or
himself in Tallahassee, proposes to do a gen John Henry is Ml 5 feet 2J; inches high, a beautiful of a mare 4l by the old imported Jolly Roger, out ot :. B PERKINS, Diwccisr. standing. Price' 5 cents a tottle.

eral commission business, regular sale days, Tuesday red sorrel, &c.in his form and action may be seen a old Kitty Fisher. This fine horse without a solitary Tallahassee, March lUth Ic5.j.Dtf None are genuine unless signed on the outS

and Saturday. a perfect model of a race horse : his colts from the stain, unites in himself the best bl >td of the .-vnurican printed wrapper, by the sole propiielorT. IDDE
He ivill also attend to administrator and othcrsalesin most common Marcs would do credit to any horse in and Jiglish race horses. For the blood of Druid immediate successor to the late Dr. \V. T. Cun ?

the county. ROBERT J. HACKLEY. America. He is 8 years old this spring, &. was Sired Ftrnougimt, Janus, Moor's Partner, Jolly Roger, Ito WANI) Tor sale at his Counting Room, over No99- Court

March 23d 1833. S.'Hf by time celebrated old Muckle John, his dam by Gall.itm K tty Fisher, anil t the imported Blossom, the dam ofAmcricus 'I'ONIC MIX'I'ultE. street, near Concert Hall, Boston, and also by his sp -
.N. B. Instruments of writing executed with neatness : for a further knowlcdjro of his pedigree, reference sec gcne'ral Stud book of England of the cia! appointment by (No. 3
and lcspatch, bv R. J. HACKLEY. be had to Col. R. II. Long his FULL supply of this valuable medicine is just .
may present owner.I edition of l lO3. As to the blood of Hr Archie, U ild- A E. B. pEIMNS.Druggist.
have no hesitation in saying that, that this Horse received. I shall hereafter have it constantly onhand. .
DNREW JACKSON.--The no- air and Americus, I need not stop to re.uarkas these
A and full blooded horse, possesseshoth speed and bottom. In all the public races are gene.ally known to have been the liig f cst and best Tallahassee, March 4,1831. 28
:ic ran, management are so known, bred horses this continent.
auty & :: that I deem it to mention the on REMEDY FOR FKVEK AND AGUE, IF TAKEN ACUCF.AKLE 1,1,
unnecessary pertic.ul.ns, Carolinan's blood, I vull in fine, merely remark, %' jeal /?,
will stand the insuing season at'Tallahassec. his race however with Thaddcus and TO TilE DIRECTIONS. Reports having been em ulaied
_____ Ajax, wns tt.y that there is not, nor ever was a bett'-r horse in America V
the field that this mixture contains arsenic, 1 am directed by
respectable, distancing the second heat in 3m and that nothing favorable can be said of the blood : :
This Stallion is s>well known throughout the Southern 58s., without his plates ; nptothlsructJ.il. had ntvtr of other horse that with least the Pioprictor to say that these reports are utterly false i'
not at
States, and this Territory, as a successful racer, been shod or plated. After which race he was matched truth any, be said of his, blood.may" equal -and 1 am also authorised to oll'cr a Reward of 10-,- : tfWABRAITID/ .

that a detail of his performances is not deemed ncces against Thaddeus, Two mile heats, for $500, to be run PhIL. CLAIBORNE 000, Dollars to any one who will prose the existence \
the in and of the least particle of Arsenic, Mercury, Antimony,
over Quincy course April following, received 1834. 34 4w.
April 5. [ ] of Virginia.
cary.He is seven years old, of the best stock in the United one half forfeit ; on that day he could have run a or any other poisinous ingredient in it.

States, being sired by the famous Timoleor-, one respectable race against any horse, any distance.In In order to prevent imposition from counterfeits, no .

of the most cclebrato-l and famous colts of old S'r 4r- a private trial before the day of his race, he run I- w persons except authorised agents will be furnished by V.-- '

chy-his dam was by the high bred imported horse a dash of 1 mile with a 110 pounds (in n heavy pair HE iNew BriSOMERSET the Proprietor with the mixture to sell again. I am V
"Wnip-his grand-dam by the imported horse Tupn.He of exercising shoes) in 1m. 53s. ; in a few days after is master.-tor freight o: passage, sole agent for Middle Florida, and am assured by M. ': t K : '

is a blood bay-upwards of sixteen hands high, his icturn from CXuircy he run a dash of 4 miles with ipplv to the miist4on board, or to Rowand that (except a small lot 'sold to Mr. Ecclcs,)

and unites great strength with beauty of form and 110 pounds (a hot day, about the first of May, (two JOHN BLAIR PEACHY, Consignee.Supptior not a single bottle has been or will be sent, or sold by 'l '

action. times in the stand), one in 7m 58s, the other 8m 2s. accommodations for passengers. 32tf. him, to any person in Middle Florida, except to me : -

Certificates of his Pedigree will be furnished. In the summer following he had a violent attack of the // Jlrsenic has been discovered in any mixture called 4 FULJ supply of LandrethV superior gar4e2..lierb

TERMS $25 to insure, (the owner to pay if the mare blind staggers, which caused him to loose one of his FOR NEW YORK via KEY WEST, Ruwand's, it must have bce.i in soihe of the spurious imitations. and flower sced Just received and warrantee

is traded)-gI5 the season ; and $10 the single leap- eyes. In the full he was again trained and let down To sail in ten days, brig JlRATHUSd, All persons therefore, who wish the genuin- fresh ; by E.B. PERKIIS.

0 5 will be added to.the above rates, if not punctually in a sweat. J. BRIGHT, master, having excellent accommodations Tonic Mixture-should be cautious of whom they pure October 29th.I *.

paid by the first of June. march 8,1834 30tf. Those who are desirous to raise fine horses would -apply toROBERT chase it: My label will be in every bottle sold by me:
4 Q
ICJ"Season commences on the 8th dayof March, do well to patronize him. JAMES J. PITTMAN. LYON, -V P: B.PERKINS Sole Agent for Middle Florida. jP0r sale thts

&nd ends ea the 8th day of June, Marianna, March 1st 1334. 29tf 2,.Marks, Apl 5. (34tf)) Or the Master on board. !S'ov23d 15tf. V at officer .

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