The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: June 14, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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aU lhorized to announce Colonel JAM.Sauthor [ llllljg : | r i .
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candidate to lexj -- > -
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1GADS j ihf tthConre of the United -s- I.
a m
JUlvi7th IV'll. 5') after receiving the said
,,,1.IO} EiAitOi"LAISSEZ warning, the vessel

t: d to :mnounl"C j1 shall persist in going out with the cargo, -sho
r 1I"T shall be liable
; aenthdatetorcprccntttcrTi- to the same
1fE\ \ consequences aa a
Fiori d Jl the 2-1th Conjres! of the UmtedIJo1Df vessel attempting to enter a blockaded port, af

July 27th 1833. 50tfr I ter being warned off by the blockading force,.

cnu'0 I wised to announce W1LLIJLM B. NOUS FAIRE." ARTICLE XVIII.
f.a; To H L as a candllale to rcprtscnt the In order to prevent all kinds
11' L .
.\ in the 24tb Congrf BS of the UmI m\t: .- ... disorder iii
VatLQ -
frtJa .. the
ffof 'k iT -";;""; ;;-;- .: visiting and examination of the
.>. SJ3 !itf =:- 1L m I ships aid
.tCS. i m u4Ir : ? a oaQ BY --
NOTICE. : [ AUTHORITY. ] mgh seas, they have agreed: f
mutually, that
will to the Honor- o citizens of the -
aftrr date, 1 apply in w
'cb country
FflUK1' ?( j dwcof tht County! Court for the or at least to be which they reside, jurisdiction of the one power, er under several. whenever a vessel of war, public or private, !

fiadsden": for leave to sell thereat estate of citizens. placed on a footing with the And it Is hereby stipulated, that free ships shall shall meet with a neutral of the other contract j''
C\'lIJtjcf: C.'L, latf of raid C.unty, in preference tion. subjects of the most favored na also give freedom to goods, and that i ing party, the first shall remain at the greatest 1
zt&oj: > t HC Sl.avc: '. t)f.j eCfaSl.d"S estate every distance with
0 c thing shall be deemed making the visit
; j;, # itll? v M. McCALL: .1dminist rat or. ARTICLE to be free and exempt the under -
V. circumstances
ef the
which shall be found on board the sea and wind
.U.4w] The be
[ ships
133-1. citizens ,
nQth of'neither
of the and the
contracting longing to the citizens of degree suspicion attending the
..\ uho vill contract fllr ties shall either of the con. vessel -
TFl' person par be iiible :
.\: St. Marks to any embargo, nor be tracting to be visited, and shall send its
\\IT tJu.uJn! Warehouse m and deli- detained with their parties although the whole lading, or smallest
before thr 1st Stptember next. vessels, cargoes merchan any part thereof, should boat in order to execute the said examination
dis appertain to the
., tra: 5tne sam'r.W. C. :MILLER, St. Marks. c, or effects, for enemies of the
any military expedition, of either papers concerning the
contraband and
Jr nor for being always' 1
,VLtv.134., ((41f! ) By the President any public or private whatever of tho vessel, without
purpose cargo
,1,1 of the United State of merna. without excepted. It is also agreed, in like manner, causing the least ,

r|, -- LEO.V ACADEMY. S A PROCLA lA 110N. cient: indemnification.ARTICLE allowing to these interested a suffi that the same liberty be extended to persons extortion, violence, or ill-treatment, for which I

!If ..!... *nWids I ,informed that this Institution will WHEREAS, A General Convention of who are on board a free ship, with this effect, the commanders of tho said armed ships shall I I

r-: t for tbc reception of :Students on Man- Peace, vi. that although be be responsible with their persons and 3 :-.
b.' cn Atnity, Commerce and Whenever they enemies to both or either, property
Navigation the
., 2Gth !'unt, under the superintendence ol between citizens of either of the for which the
: ( H the' T- :ird States of contracting they are not to be taken out of that free ; purpose commanders of the *
l.' lh. M. n. late Professor in the CUs1""R America and the Re- parties shall ship
:\ TIIt' be forced said armed
to seek refuge unless private vessels shall
the of publ.c: of Chile they are officers or soldiers and in thc' before receiving L
,,.", L II 1't't' of University: Maryland, was concluded and or asylum in the rivers ,
1' their by bays, ports, or dominIons actual service of the enemies their commissions, give sufficient security >
Provided how-
Plenipotentiaries :
."..:11'.C. in the of of the other
': City Santia
with their
TERMS: or Tr1Tio : vessels, whether ever, and it is to answer for all damages they '
the hereby that the I
go on sixteenth day of May in the of merchants of"war agreed, stipul.ltions may
. .. per annum. year or public or private in I commit. And it is
.t. i$: da8 I: -so1 of our Lord, one thousand article contained, declaring that expressly agreed, tnat the
, : *. eight hundred through stress of I
I d c. s I and pursuit of pirates the flag shall cover the shall be neutral party shall, in no case, be requited to 1 1g t1..
Payable in advance.cicjl. thrtyt\vo; ; :WHEREAS or enemies; property un 1
an addition they shall be
received and treated derstood on board the examining vessel, for the f
al as applying to those -
I }"C'I'C yctr will he di\'idcd l..t ; n SCSTc : explanatory Convention was concluded] with humanity powers only purpose
:I :cr.J ,. giving to them all favor and who recognize the exhibiting her papers, or for other f| f
; but if
'1:3'th: : earh. First term bi';: : on !)signed in the same the for principle ; either of any
,.: Ol City, plenipoten protection repairing their whatever.
.' (..fVO;101'f'''' and er.dm on the fits '1M.trch : I tiaries of the" two Parties ships, procuring the two contracting parties should be at war purpose
r' "'1" '" the first of .1 anu cnd. on the first day provisions, and placing themselves in situa
" ., ternbiIifl 1:-> on Apn of a with a third, the other neutral, the flag of the ARTICLE XIX. .
: ':1ri., 'h' f.rst of : ('1)eInLcr in : } }'CJtF. September, one thousand eght hundred I tion to continue their voyage without obstacle neutral shall the To avoid all kind vexation and abuse in '
1. ':'::':' i.< tuc minth III t ScptcnibcrprangI and :: irty-tnree, lich! Conventions or hindrance of kind. cover property of enemies tho : j
examination of
t r.u1 are, any whose the **
1'f papers: relating to the
governments this
J I j,11I1!. I AIarcl'ffi word for wcm!. a folio-.9 : ; acknowledge principle .
of the
1f,3I.c Wft k at (OJ 1itirii';. ARTICLE vii I and not of oihors. ownership vessels belonging to tile citi- "

: "I\rCCJ... Cr l11 :-.ti'den.".. 11"1".&u.1 '031\. General Convention of Peace Jmity, Corn merec All the Fhips, merchandise and effects be. : ARTICLE XIII. zens of the two contracting parties, they have

.: taiiiWtfn fir adnsi M.w jr.ndp to LESLIE A and JVavigation, between the United States of longing to tho citizens of one of the contracI I t is likewise aproed, and do awe, that in case one of } .
agreed, in tho whero 1
case :
los imrica
Trcnsviert.fLrt.il and
; Academy.TURlWTrR.BF.TTON Republic Chile. ting parties which them
. of be be
'II may captured by pirates the neutral flag of one of the contracting engaged in war, the ships and. '
1 ... >. \I In the God whether within the limits of parties vessels belonging to the
DAVID P. MAC OMBJAMr.5 .;. f- I name of Author and Legislator its jurisdiction oron shall protect the property of the enemies citizens of the other .
M'MTLLIN, ut: -=< I I of the Universe. in the high seas, and may be carried or found I of the other, by virtue of the above stipulation, must be furnished with sea letters or passports ..

p. Y. WKLLFDRD, > ? :! *' The United States of America, and the repubic rivers, roads bays, ports, or dominions I it shall always ie understood that the neutral expressing the name, property and bulk i
crt \I lLF-S:: AI'STIX.Lf.SIJK <.: of Chile: of the other, shall be delivered of the ship, as also the
desiring to make firm and las up to the owners I property found on board such name and place of ha- ;
: : A. THOMP.SON: r i .
: I| tin: the *"i > and they proving in due and form theii bitation of tho rna-ter or commander
TM 'MAS BHO'>\ V j u nd".hip good understanding proper shall bo held and .' idered as ef said
.. enemy's
,.. ., .; .: .., .J J I I \\ h'rh happiiv rights before the competent tribunals it being I property vessel, in order that it I
h'.f\\" ''. "...!. \.:tLL. t j ppnails betwer: both nations, well ; ; and as sunh ?ri ill be liable to detention may thereby appear 1

I] have rcsoivxl to f\, m a manner clear disj understood that the claim hould bemade ; antl confiscation: except such as wa that the ship really and truly belongs to the 'I
FR.\ ['Ott iJrL..C. property
:! })tI\l, "..hmtsItst j! tmct, and positive, the ruieQ which shall in fu- within the term or ont- yar by the par. i puts on board such vessel before the declaration citizens of one of the parties ; they have like-
1sii'ihiivjw ( : Us" .
I :: to I. fl'1| : 1 l'._- Khginu; .'lv observed between tie themselves. their attorneys, of : of wise agreed that, such ships, being laden be.
.t'.r:: ; 11. ;.Mtiiu. Ittc'tf Leon <.'mnty. .it i-- I J the one their agents or j war, or even afterwards, if it were done ,

,-' '\- r-qur"lt'.1: :., pn-rut tiii! duly! authn.iu- and '.iH -.her. by mp ans of a treaty or general respective Governments" j i without the knowledge ot it ; hut the contrac- sides the sea-letters or passports: shall also

."v.::i i. I'K' 'i.of pr: --'n \.J l'}' i'l'.x: ('.ihcy will i I I convention 01 ;p i ec nut! friend-hip, commerce ARTICLE VIII. I ting partie; airee, that, four month* having 1 i be provided with certifiales! containing; the | z

'.,\1"1 i tfi. 'l'h.-c nidi---* to ai i C'i'.<\t': .Lr..' and navigation.Foj When any vessel belonging to the citizens elapsed after the declaration their citizen* severe! p-irtrulflr5 Of tho cargo, and the place i [ 1.
:. .;. 1lkr: jmM1' "i"I. 0 : either of the whence
'." ',1 j 'i\\\.": \ ) K. 'tr'.N: !ii! \ .1d'7wzz l -a'cr. I this most dL-air.nblo object, the Presidentof contracting parties shall be shall not plead ignorance thereof. On the no ship sail: .d. b<> that it may be 'J.}(

cad; : the United Stac of America, by and with wrecked, foundered, or suffer any damage on contrary, if the flag of the neutral does notprotect t i known whether any lurbitidui or contraband !

-oJrr win e.-I the advice and consent of the Senate thereof th coasts, or within thedominions of the other the enemy's property, in that case, the goods be on board the amn: ; which certificates .

.rr., .- Rccun.i: i';:.;: .vr.s".s. / r. ha;; appoiiitod. and conferred! full there shall be given them all assistance: ; and: goods & merchandise of the llI utl al.]embarkcd I shall be made out by the officers of tho i

. .o.'J) ; '.,j ,:\,I. ur' s.gw':.!" .C.\tia.: '.'t..iiI'Li.: :Jr 111". I I Ju hn IJaiiii a citizen of said States powers and 90 i' protection in the same manner which is usual I in such enemy's ship, siul! be free. place ed form whence the hip sailed, in the aceu>torn- j I.f ,.
and t without
.. .,... customary with the vessels of the ; whi-h ( said
their requisite \
; .tr .. .1. '." ptru1 { dLD> TEN srrl FFE I Charge d'.\Gms: near the said republic ; nation ARTICLE: XIV v s- ;

. .'.'.. : ::. .,' l1:: :r: f': 'f' I.i'.. .". .'"y to and his evcellencjMhe President of the republic where the damage happens permitting them This liberty of commerce and navigation | gel mav- ue detamed.- to-- hn-- -:1'/IIUtfYl-/** *"*"">'lt" uJ I'w duo'U'UI **.:tiI

\V. t.. :Mil-Mill. S'l..M.uJiS..' : : I of Chile has appointed Senor Don Andre to unload tho said vessel: if necessary, of its shall extend to all kind of mgn'hHiiilisos, exceptmg I competent tribunal, and may bedec1iredIert; '
:-: r'\.I-H.\' f4:: ] merchandise j prize, ulle[ ihe su..idtr-r! ifI
_. Uello, a citizen of the sid: republic. and off*'cis, without exacting for those only which are distinguished: by h'I"l bo pro'edto f
, t !i;. '. (.IIINO.V.! ( : : ; b''i4'.t ,'row CJ\r-1! !; it any duty impost, or contribution whatever be owir to ar-cuient, and be satisfied or I4 I
And the the
said I
name ol contrabaid and tin
.. plenipotentiaries after under *
I rj1. ', ., having, name
\ : "u1\- :'.:l' '\ f.,. -. until supplied by tp.o
:: : : they be tifiiony entirely
.r; :'! "/'-il-.i'.f.' \\'-i.: M.M: i'ir CHSI.; by j I mutually' ptoJjccd: aad exchanged copi-s o;f destined may exported, unless they be of contraband or prohibitt-d goods, snail be equivalent. n

..u II ."... t. t...\II' PI':\Cl'I I tt eir full powers, in due and proper form have for consumption in the country. comprehended- ARTICLE xx. fi
It is further *
"' ,\ :s.i-1 iI *. iiufi l la1 C.'d upon and concluded the following aiti L- ARTICLE IX. I st. Cannons' mortars, howitzers, swivels, agreed, that the. stipulation? ,
., I -i: 1"'Ln. I The citizens above express, relative I to the ;.
: 'r"If !f' rrCf: clcs, videlicet.) of each of the contracting parties blunderbusses, muskets fuzec ,rillc ,"alJines, visiting and examination "
-T jl: :VEJ;' r .\. l1.1jo'.CSTO.J"l. .\', \ AKTICLE i. shall have power to dispose:! of their personal pistols, piKes, swords, saures, lances: spears, of'vessels, shall apply only to those

.''. Tlie irood schooner! ORION, There !shall' be a perfect, firm, and inviolable I IpC8C goods within the jurisdiction of the! other halberds, andgrcnades, bombs, powder' match. ,. which -Til without convoy ; and whn said

1-& Dna) ,:!:: 'n:" :'r\d. H! tnki1 fri'i:;lit im I' rf and sincere friendship! between the United I. by sale, donation testament, or otherwise and es, balls;, and all other things belonging to the vessel.hall:; : be under convoy, the verbal declaration -

:r.i "..;' ", ':1 ;.r\lJ : For taiicr; of the: States of America and the : of their representatives, being citizens of the use of these arms ; of the commander of the convoy, on
--- : .'\ republic his word of
'I honor that
: tn other the vessels
1 l'P'y under hi.-
party succeed to U said Tt
:f411 2d.
Chile in all Ilucklers helmets I
the personal ,
JOn:, HL.\IIl PEACHY extent uf their possessions : breast-plates, coats

'b1.!: \1.1-V.__{j.t'fJ: ::! ] C' 'Ii'f',! (. and territories, and between their people and goo.., whether by testament of ab intestate, of mail, infantry belts and clothes made up in protection and belong when to the nation whose flag liucarries
. and they may take thereof either the form ; they arc bound to an em-
possession and
nr.H:' citizens without distinction for a military use. ;
: .I'M-iA.Nr: COMMISSION DUSIIT T respectively, 01'I that ',"
m y's have
. they
themselves port no contraband
by or others acting for them and 3d. goods
NESAT APAL\C1IICOLA: F.LORIDAi places. Cavalry belts, and horses with their fur

.ois..'I'.".' I'.. t\.....,.,. .".'"1.1.,1 ",I'.'"'n'c!\.,.."t,....(.!I. persons dispose of the same at their will, paying such nit ure. on board, shall be sullkient. .,

. ; 'I. : ..", ii2 .,.... i AnTI..tE u. dues the ARTICLE XXI.
': .u u1 4)I1) IJ \1'i; DIN, The United Stairs only ud inhabitants of the country, 4th. And generally! all kinds of aims and .
f America
nnd the
. :" 'r.' 'S\t: ::. GC.fTul r.iiE ( rp- It is further agreed that in all
; a.id whcrejn the sad: goods sh til cases tho .
are be
subject to of iron
i,1ZS""I.\" irH s cT .ipa'.achiccla.!' Having I public of Chile, desiring to li\'e.n peace and steel, brass, and copper, es ta'lli-lwd courts for :
I *'I.;:- : .. :ith! pny i'i like cases. and if in the cased real or ot any other materials manufactured, prize causes, in the
-Tru-at*: v, : sc'erfll'cssrlo1 f;olr I harmony with all the other nations of the earL Em, prepared to whwh! tne .
'":f--jj: : -;' 'Jciiov of Cyllofi, &C. cither toNt estate, the said heirs, would be prevented from and formed make ountry prizes may be conducted,
\\ expressly to
of frank war byea
by means a policy ati-j equnllv: friend-: hal! alo-ie[ take
; & orN: .-,"-,L- ;; iad htvinr: J'atiHtici nt nl' entering into the possession of the inheritance or land. I s> : cognizance< of them. And
\ ::'\ '. .. I l lv with all, cnc. ,ZC m'-Mally not to
sv.: i' !'t- ike grant any I whenever such tribunal of either
... .. i m rejscxnble nJinnci I on account ot their character of aliens, there party shall
.. ARTICLE xv.
:: \ r. : 'J1II"r .\I"1.loi particular fax r to fJr.cr..Dati.JOs in of
: I
nnn'\"f'tn"lIt inspect | : judgment
. : sball: be granted to them tho of three pronounce against any vessel or
All '
term other
;\ \ jj .Ida ... merchandise and things not comprehended |
tt. their 'nnj : -
resjp'4niy services and
.,. <; I I commerce: n.vigutionhich; sbill not, immediately goods, or claimed the
[ lllcn:: : ; ..:. I Ui years to di-po-ie of the same, as they in the I property by citizens of
i.'ein ab<)vc Jiiit-of'JX.HIK., I i may articles of contraband; expli-1, : J
, : t become common to the other
the other the
i ,
: part party sentence decree
: or
think I
. : 'I"S r. nui i'ltl'l'i'pa' :1: "ljtiH '(, all j I proper, und to withdraw the proceeds citly enumerated and classified as above, shill I I j
uho} hail
; .c.SC.J hlII' d to ucm, cither ibr sale: or othrrv !I enjoy the s-.j.o freely "t." corictssir.ti without molestation, and from other be held id i mention the reasons on which the same shall\
I exempt any u ;op.sidered as free, and subjects i 1
. *
: wns: freely nr-Jc, or on ulh\\ ug th i Mime have been founded, and an authenticated .
1 I\\' i I charges than those which be free I I copy
Uus 'I' may imposedby ot and lawful that
.rc ; rd commerce, so
., ., <;('Rnldf\re: unc1er ;t- C Oili jn.ition il the concession: was: condi(1nal. of t the sentence or decree, and all liio
: j the laws of
i ,. proceedings
!! .
rrplfr, \ I. country. carried and in the freest
c i i.c; rumniodioir It may transported I
I ij
unJert-Oil hakvever
:1.1. : !: ::t desirable! : uf t tiiat the in the case:: shall, if demanded, bt
: part the inwn, ni.J ARTICLE x.
as manner both the
1: '::"r. f !: c.\-1 relations: and c.mveMion which now exist, or by contracting parties evento delivered to the
: 'iaijgcr* of) I'ij-e: as .tli}' ut!.<-r huiuc, of a I Both the and commandant or agent of said !
' I contracting parties promise engage places
J' belonging to an ,
I 't(-, oji the Point. may hereafter ('Xjst"I rii the republic of enemy excepting vfssclHthoUl any delay, he tho
I W.\1. P. FURI .. formally to give their special 1 protection only those places uhif>h are at that tune besieged paying legal j
. I ( Mi' of AuEnVD.J.H.Uii. "- :. .. Ga.)) Chile an'l the nubli_. o* Dullthe fed.-ration j. fees for the same. t
: %, .. -\p.tll\r.bio.JIa.} to the persons and property of the citizens ofeach or blockaded ; and to avoid all doubtin
of the Centred
t1T.rrTr.: : : WJ---S/iI.',; t .\. Fni1ni7zr, STlIitl. 4' \nu'.ii: t, the republic other, of all occupations, who may be in L this particular, it is i: declared that tuo o places ARTICLE XXII.
ol Colombia tl-j United States of the "Whenever of
J. Mexico the
J"i\'t s. one
- ,' : CaThGzL1 .'1. ;Jr.J l'ttTII, 4' Co. T_ 4 .M. I the territories subject to the jurisdiction of the only are besieged or blockaded which are contracting parties i
'! ,' r'
n.itirk! Gs'tfIW'UiJrl, CC.--ColundJlls. ; republic of Peru -'r the United Provinces of the other shall be engaged in war with another state, na
I ;' 1\j IH'J..d, J... JIIIIi'tl.ltl the Rio .. la 1'l.iU shall fond one or transient dwelling therein, actually attacked uy a bilhger tnt force capable cilizen of the other
... : 4. SOil. Jllhn R. o : exceptions to l contracting party shall accept .1
: \ y"r \. I: open to them the tr.bnnals of of eventing the entry of the neutral.
, r this article. : a commission, or letter of for tho
. :;. Tf
J"I :''-. /jr.: ,i. T. H' McCci-Mobile. AUIICLC III terms which aie usual and with the The article of contraband before purpose of assisting or co-operating hostilely \
.. : -, :-.,i The citizens of t th; United States of America customary enumerated with the said enemy, against the said
. -- : i'I f natives or citizens rf tht. .....miry in which and classified which may be found lit a party sot j J JI
10RID.f frequent the coasts and countrieij a war, under the pain of being treated
: as a
L.1.'J) FOR SALE. they may be : \\hiehtheymayepiploy in I vessel bound for an enemy's port, :snail be
- 1 of the of Chile and reside and tradehere I pirate. r
republic ,
.tF..ufldf.s.gti.d: < liavui: ; purchased) of Gi-ucra) defence of their rights uch advocates, :solid subject to detention and confiscation, leaving, ,
":"'" 'r. T. ,. ... in ail .. orS(: of produce, manufactures, ARTICLE XXIII.
) :'Jwn" .I! .f l.1"1d in Fl'lridn r tors, notaries, agents, and t factors, a': they may free the rest of the cargo and the ship, that
iia.1: by) the Coi) rcii: u'f thc United ilei: and merchandise and shall other If by any fatality which cannot be i
States no 01 I expected,
:. (jrsae.LrWi11 o pay judge proper, in all their trials at law ; and I the owners may dispose of them as they :see:: and
: Creator duties, charges, or fees, whatsoever, such citizens shall free No vessel !i ipr'lper. which God forbid, the two contracting
er have .
situated in the immwliate hourtlf.Taatncsee agents opportunity of either of the two nation L- .
:! than the most favored nation is or shall be parties bo engaged in a war with tach
} and is he'icvcd, lor fertility ol to be present at the decisions and sentences shall be detained on tne high seas on account :- 1
ir 101'.1] obliged to and shall all therights other, they have agreed, and do a7ree now
ad\'J.I1ta.'ts they enjoy
I : I to be more valuable uiuii'lie" pay ; ')f the tribunals, in all cases which may of ha'lI1nOli board articles! of contraband -
"r; '*'"d.i this o for then, that there shall be alioweJ'the
lt'rr'tory."of privileges, exemptions in navigation term
. athwcSLttn: ; concern them, and likewise at the taking of wheneverjhe master, captain, or :
part ff the supercargo of f MX months to the merchants
; township ills the
which the
and favored : residing; on
| commerce most nationdoes
all examinations and
:: : src.frjm evidence which be ot :aid vessel will deliver tho articles
i'r cf'l/y which may
point to tne 5.hiJlJlI1g) up the coasts and in the of
.. each other
; and
shall ports
, .f .S or enjoy, submitting themselves, ,
L.: -" a distance of about twenty; iails, exhibited in the said trials.ARTICLE. u contraband to the captor, unless the '
.. u Hi Laws the term of one to those who dwell in the
nevertheless the year
to decrees and
t.rad ,
| ,
: couieniplatioii to be made, in a shortjnatation usages XI. tity of such articles be so great, and of so quan-I'
. I there established and which ; interior, to arrange their business and transport
to are submitted -
It is. likewise that the bulk ,
agreed most n that bo received
; perfect: they cannot on board
ot the St. their effects
Marks riser has born I rr- the citizens and of the wherever they please, giving
j rimproved: ; subjects most and entire of conscience shall the
to a point within six miles of the security tti enjoyed capturing ship:: without great inconveniencebut : to them the safe conduct for it

. \\r"; stfrn part of the township, wnich will afford'f favored nations. by the citizens of both the contract! 'g in this and in all other cases of just detention : which necessary ,

:.j t. .,Je'on for a cheap and certain tranijwrtaliyn i of In like manner the citizens of the republic I parties in the countries subject to the junvh'::- the vossel detained shall be sent to the they may arrive serve as the a sufficient protection until

.flilnd of Chile may trequent all the coasts and ; tion of the and the other at designated port. The
1 WI"I be one without thefbeing nearest convenient and safe port, for trial and citizens
sold of
all ..
': in parcds to ruitt t.ose wsh.; countries of the United Stated of America other occupations who may be
I .pUrchaEeon liable to be disturbed or molested law.ARTICLE
judgement to .
a credit from five on account :- according established
I !la.? to eight years, and reside and trade there in all lOf m the territones or dominions/ ,
Prices-thu&e sorts of their religious belief, so I
long as
g wishing; to purclmse will they XVII. the United
States of America
and .
J Pl'licauon of the i
to cither of the produce, manufactures, and merchandise, and established And rd
undersigned jespect the laws and usages of the : whereas frequently happens that vessels of Chile shall
public ,
and maio
11. HECTOR WILLIAM: B.BR NUTTALL'\DE-; ] shall pay no other or greater duties, charges; country. Moreover, the bodies of the citizens i- i ; sail for a port or place belonging to an tained in the full enjoyment of their personal ,.

J or fees, whatsoever, than the most favored nation of of the who without
lb WILLIAM P. CRAIG. one contracting parties, enemy, knowing that the same is beseiged liberty and unless their
i property
fCassee 1 November is: or shall be obliged to and they die in the territories the other particular
, 23d 1833. 15tf pay, may shall blockaded, or invested, it is agreed.tbat conduct shall cause them to forfeit this I
Savannah? Georgian: Charleston .Mercury, shall enjoy all the rights, privileges, and exemptions be baried in the usual burying grounds, or i in every vessel so circumstanced, may 1 be which, in consideration of protection

I kGlontltuli eorla nlist, Southern Recorder, MillcdeeIC in commerce and navigation, which other decent or suitable places, and shall be turned away from such port or place, but shall the humanity

i I.a: '?:.L"'ul; publish; Mtkmond the above Enguirtrnd for eight*Srnr ccks, Rtt ant for-leigh the most favored nation does or shall enjoy i protected from violation or disturbance.: net be detained, nor shall any part of her cargo contracting parties ARTICLE engage XXIV.to give them.

tIt COUnt8 submitting themselves, nevertheless to the ARTICLE XII. if'not contraband, be confiscated unless
to this 0111CC.RECEiVING. Neither the debts due from the
111\H.,.....' l :sIU : AND FOil\V AR1 laws, decrees, and usages, there established: It shall be lawful for the citizens of the UbDf after warning of such blockade or investment of the one nation to the individuals of the

.DING hOUSE and to which are submitted the citizens and ted Stetes America and of the from officer .
. d hvc ? At .'lpalrrchicola.The under- i any commanding a vessel of the other, nor shares, nor which ,

: ::m r.uI.: K.formed a co-partnership under the firm of : subjects of the most favored nations. But it Chile to sail with their ships, with all manner> blockading forcea, she shall again attempt to have in public funds, nor money in they may )
: b public or
'f" un
1 atnc rough for the purpose: of transactinggL is understood, that this article does not includethe of liberty and security, no distinction being: enter ; l but she shalll be permitted te go to banks, shall in
gL commission and ever, any event of war, or of
'1... Lu. iness. Being prepared receiving to make the and usual for- coasting trade of either country, the regulation made who are the proprietors ef the merchandise any other port or place she shall think proper. natioaal difference, be sequestrated: or confis

, ;cesom ew consignment to their friends in New Or- of which is reserved by the parties, respectively laden thereon, from any port to the placesof : Nor shall any vessel of either that may have cated. I

1 nd BOston York, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Provi- according to their own .separate those who now are or hereafter shall be at entered into such port before the same was ARTICLE XXV.

1 e1y to the,.and disposed those to devote their time la W8- enmity with either of the contracting parties.It actually besieged, blockaded, or invested, by Both the contracting parties being desirous

, ,4 r to clia.rge, having lnl.erestof made the necessary confiding busincsi ARTICLE IV. shall likewise be lawful for the citizens the othei, be restrained from quitting such of avoiding all inequality in relation to their i

forward cotton arrange- It is likewise agreed that it shall be wholly aforesaid sail with the ships and merchandise place with her
. ; to New York or elsewhere to : cargo, nor if found therein after public communications, and official inter J
0zPe4ition by vessels of light draft of free for all merchants commanders mentioned and to trade the the
S 8t. water at of ships, before with reduction and surrender shall such vessel course, have and de
rUes of agreed, to to
. lie 11 respectfully freight solicited., a liberal share of public and other citizens of both countries, to manage same liberty and security from the places, or her cargo be liable to confiscation but, their envoys, ministers, and agree other grant public :; 1

, .'. H. FALCOJMR.JPJH. themselves, their own business, in all ports, and havens, of those who are enemies of they shall be restored to the owners thereof; agents, the same favors, immunities, and ex ,,1'\

//. KIMBR 0 UGh. ports and places subject to the jurisdiction of both or either party, without any opposition or and if any vessel having thus enteied the port> emptions which those of the most favored nation

; !4ortREFERENCES,.7'lIr"tr each other, as well with respect to the consignment disturbance whatsoever, not only directly from before the blockade took place, shall take onboard do, or shall enjoy ; it being understood

. 1l,, 5Urcjukart.> ff Co.., Gen. HoioardJudge Colquitt, and sale of their goods and merchandise, the places of the enemy, before mentioned, to a cargo after the blockade be ; that whatever favors, immunities, or privilege
is' P.
1. er &j.-New York.D. JVoodru-Colunbus.Gin. R. K. Call by wholesale and retail, as with respect to i the neutral places, but also, from one place be-' ed, she shall be subject to be establihe the United States of America or the republicof

;: eFloridlu Dr. D. L. WM'-Gads-, loading, unloading, and sending off their ships, ; longing to an enemy, to another place belong- blockading forces, to return to the port blockaded Chile may find it proper to give to the ministei .

ug.31,1633. 31' they being in all ttose cases to be treated as : ing to an enemy whether they be under the and discharge the said cargo i and,, if d and public & eatl of any other fowj>

ii J.r

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_14t- -.-- -,, .LTI statement,,could alone lead (to the incidenie, which one
.-. ----- ratified and garbled cannot
a1I by tie President ef the States In faith whereof, we, tho undersigned pleni. reasonable A kIp| r ,
the eaJe
byt t o samo act, be extended to those of America, by and with the advice and consent potentiaries of the United States of Americaand desired result ; and therefore ing. newspaper carrier who had

t)I each pf the contracting parties, of the Senate thereof and by the Presi- the Republic of Chile, have signed by proposition of the directors was rejected ; and peatedly prosecuted on a Charge, ""
will 0
t heir cried his Journal
bend them to in .
ARTICLE XXVI. dent of the Republic of Chile, with the con- virtue of our powers, the aforesaid additionaland finding it impossible to the streets Ultift. .
determined to call!l in tho I law, in of nUl -
spite his
, To make more effectual the protection seat and approbation of the Congress of the explanatory convention, and have causedto the Jackson Committee prote3tat'i0C 'l-I: I,
I ,bich the United States of America and thercpub1ic same ; and the ratifications shall bo enchanged be affixed our hands and seals, respec the power of Congress for the punishment of had never uttered a word, at last resoly I t -

of Chile shall: afford in future to the in the"City of Washington within nine months, tively. the refactory officers of the Bank. Now it_ make all sure agaist further trouble to

I', It ffavlgation( & commerce of the citizens of each to be reckoned from the date of the signature Done in the city of Santiago this 1st day of will immediately occur to every one, that had tually sealed up his mouth, with : I.aDd. Ie. --

Other, they agree to receive and admit consuls i hereof, or sooner if practicable.In September, 1833 ;-and in the 58th year of i the Directors of the Bank in their proceeds per and two wafers. Not Withstan1Dor P."

'iin'tt' vice consuls in all the ports open to fortjjgn faith whereof, we, the underwritten plenipotentiaries -' the Independence of the United States of America i lll" committeda gro3: and palpable violation he was apprehended again, on the ci

I ; commerce, who shally enjoy in them all of the United States of America, and the 24th of the Republic of Chi- of the Charter, (as asserted in the Report,) crying by signs !-keeping up, foso Ie Q( ,i\

t tbo rights, prerogatives, and immunities, of an4 of the Republic!>> of Chile, have signed, by le. the law has: prescribed a remedy m the scirc i most obstreperous silence.-Anotho 'eth, t

the consuls and vjce consuls of the most favored virtue of our powers, the present treaty of JNO. HAMM. (seal.) facias, which the President is required in eve- rence will show the perpetual State Of iar. tic

I nation; each contracting party, however peace, amity, commerce and navigation, and ANDRES BELLO. (seal.) ry such case to issue. But this proceeding' and terpredation which exist. The dUk '

/1 remaining at liberty to except those ports have hereunto affixed our goals, respectivelyDone AND WHEREAS the said conventions have I by securing to the accused an impartial trial Orleans went the other day to the Chat! elf. tfF

and places in which the admission and residence and concluded, in triplicate, in the been ratifications both end the before a Court and Jury, was by no means lHeudolJ, a short distance frr>m Paris e Brf I
duly on parts
of such consuls convenient. of the calculated to satisfy the President. To punish happened to pass along the
may not seem City of Santiago, this sixteenth day respective ratifications of the same were exchanged road a : e
ff his nomie. in this case, it was necessary pa ny, consisting of a smalIc.
: month of l\Iay-ir. the year of our Lord Jesus at professor ,
on the 29th day of April, 1834, gcol
ARTICLE XXVII. Christ oue thousand eight hundred and thirty-.V the city of Washington bf Louis McLane, to deprive them of Jury trw!.
V ,In order that the consuls and vice consulsof two ; and in tho fifty-sixth year of the independence Secretary of State of ,the United States of and privilege, the appropriate instruments sion, and,armed with sticks and hammers CUr. I

the two contracting parties may enjoy the of the United States of America, America, and Manuel Carvello. Charge d' \f.- of tyranny, were necessary to bo employed to breaking the rocks. The sight of thiT7? i
I rights, prerogatives, and immunities, which and' the twenty.third of that of the Republic faires of the Republic of Chile, near tho Go-. bring to speedy punishment those who had troop raised a panic, and the alarm w !Ut! IpriJ

!.t belong to them, by their public character they of Chile. vernment of the Jolted States, on the part of dared to stand up against Executive encroachments ot the Chatean, that the Republicans hadgt.U !
shall, before entering on the exercise of their JVO. HAMM. Seal. and to bid defiance to the tyrant's will. and were comming to the attack. ? ** I
.. . V their rnsnectivo.. Gavernnients : Th
luncuons- -' cxniuu- -hC1r commlSSlOn 'ii patent, ANDRES BELLO, (Seal. : Wo wait.with no ordinary solicitude for the IS. turned out, horso and foot, and. ?.
UtREFonE tnarhal
in due form, to the Government to which they An Now, B IT KNOWN, THAT I suo of this most. extraordinary proceeding, themselves te receive the enemy but n f fI'f
and convention the
VI additional explanatory to I ANDREW JACKSON, President of the United they-
are accredited ; and, having obtained their treat/ of peace, amity f commerce and navigation I States of America, have caused the said conventions which we agree with the Globe, though in a .somewhat relieved to find the enemy c ***
II I exequatur, they shall bo held and considered concluded: w the city of Santiago on the 16th day different sense, is to test the security and,per. ol Mr. Censtaut Preves..tl and a dozen 1rt
be mada the that the
to ,
i as such, by all the authorities, magistrates and of Map, 1832; between the United States of Apierica public to I manenoy of our political system. V the Sarbone." 4U*o( lofi
and clause and thereof
I and the Chile. same, every article ,
Republic of
inhabitants irHfce cpnsular district.in V -- i\
they reside. whichV. -Whereastha time stipulated in the treaty I may be observed and fulfilled with good faith I Front the Augusta! Chronicle. THE HARDEST"FEND..
. by the United States, and the citizens thereof. : OFF" t
? ARTICLE XXVIII. i of amity, commerce and navigation betweenthe STUMP The ship Neponset was
; {failed States America and the IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have,: hereunto set SPEEChES'u the yesterday h'au1ed,
It likewise agreed, that tho consuls, their We railway, and her
recommend to the attention of cutwater
hand and caused tho seal of the United our
of Chile at the city of my the effects lhibiu
signed Santiago
secretaries, officers, and persons attached to readers the following extrdct from that of the tremendous
tho :service of consuls, they not being citizensof the 16th day of May, 1832, for the exchangeof States to be affixed. excellent State Rights the Exaniner most stroke( of a Whale. Capt. Hunt power inrom.of..th e
DONE, at Washington, the 29th day of April, paper ,
ratifications in the has that as
City Washington his
I the country in which the consul resides, on passage out to C''Q ,
iu the year of our Lord one thousand j published Philadelphia, by Condy Raguet., en the 19,; 01
elapsodand it being the wish of both the of last
shall be exempt from all service and, July, when 60
public ; : : of the able days from
one most
[L. s.] eight hundred and thirty-four, and of sq. enlightened, correct Boston
: also from all of contracting parties that the aforsaid treaty sudden shock
taxes, imposts, and con- : and valuable constitutional and was felt by all 'J
I an
the Independence of tho United States political board ;
should be carried into effect with all the necessary \ that those d
tributions, those which shall be who did
except they
not see the
: tho fifty-eighth. writers in tho whole country. The idea i it Whale, 1
;, obliged to pay un account of commerce, or ; solemnities, and that the necessary explanations in relation to s ed the vessel had struck on ,i rock. suppa.
ANDREW JACKSON. suggests Stump Speeches i is It
their property to which tflfe citizens and inhabitants should be mutually made to remove true, arid worthy of the i in broad day, and the mate, wfco was
the President deepest consideration, was
native and foreigrr of the in all subjects of doubt in the sense of some of By : at the helm thu stre'J1); )
1 V country and accords with same time,
the tf'P
LOUIS McLANE, perfectly opinion of them .saw Whl
which they reside are subject ; being in every its articles, the undersigned plenipotentiaries State. we have ever entertained. The Federal and; I and might( hive avoided it as well as fiofJj;
"# thing besides subject to the laws of their res- viz., John Hamm a citizen of the United Secretory Monarchical advocates' thinking to have a little[ and bV| tf'C
I States of America, and) their Charge d'Affairs -- powor not
pectiv states. The archives and of ,
: apprehensive that there
papers : and could be
; :idicul'* and them the least it!
supremacy may decry
From the
the consulate on the part, and in the name of the United Charleston Affrcury.
shall be in
respected inviolably : i t him
and under ; II States of America and Senor Don Andres THE BANK AND THE GOVERNMENT. as they choose, but they: do. erve tne; tapprob.ltion ger .giving a gentle touch. kept stril,
whatever shall
no pretext any magistrate on ; h ; soon tbmiu out his
: seize, or in any way interfere with Bello, a citizen of Chile, ,on the part, and in Tho proposition submitted to Congress by the of thu true friends of liberty, us and c.!;:Je.tJlr second bct:: for mistake hon-eTer,
best of"all the
them. the name of the Republic of Chilo, having the Bank Committee to send the SergeantatArms : very means of enlightening the Whale,

-V ARTICLE: XXIX compared and exchanged their full powers, a to Philadelphia, to take into custody the 1 people, and protecting their just rights and being t tail, directly disturbed across, gave tho a bows sudden:! turn, bringi,
expressed in that itself have Piesident and Directors of the Bank of the interests. Whenever you find them customary I of the shipcai It
\ I I II Tho said consuls shall have to Td treaty agreed I t .1
power r ing a of the
: tho I United States, and to them the there liberty i is best understood and cherished away part cutwater! pic'tej!
quire the assistance of the authorities of the upon following additional and explanatory bring to bar of: : solid timber, ilit 'feet :
I rticles. I the House for punishment of ; and wh 're you find them not, there L : long and nearly afo
'I country for the arrest, detention, and custody 'thi''k, breaking off ; f:
she a number
languishes dies. What
[ of deserters from the public-and private vesi i JLRTICLE I. tho most outrageous and lawless proceedings or made Virginia short and of'copper bolt: ;
; It ever heard of a in free So the peculiar guardian of Stato Rights and the as. with as much case, as if the,
being tho
: leIs of their country; and, for that stipulated by second article oftho country: monstrous: had been
t '\\1 I they shall address themselves to the courts, aforesaid treaty, that tho relations and conventions -. a stretch of privilege on the ,one hand, and so mother of heroes, patriot, sages, orators. and i inconsiderable pipe stems damage., and It doing 3. acotl?:

j .: judges, and officers competent, and shall demand which now exist, or may hereafter exist gross and palpable a violation of the rights of statesmen, but her familiar custom of Stump white whale, anJ in ill was a very Iar W
J.:! the said deserters in writing, proving by i between the Republic of Chile and the Republic the citizen on the other, could npt have found: I Speeches at avery public thurmj ; '? Whatelse probability if he ha'ijot V
f an exhibition of the registers of the vessels or of Bolivia, the Federation of the Cen- countenance from any adminis ration hut that I aroused the true Whig spirit of ?76, '93!, a fair lick, as the boys say. for this w-j d

: .I ship's roll, or other public documents, and tro America, the Republic of Colombia, the of ANDREW JACKSON. And yet the royal: : and 34 1 And what but them, made ever iho nothing vess-1 but a goatle, touh, he would haves;

j! that those men were part of said crews ; and United States of Mexico, tho Republic of T mandate has gone forth. The President insists I glorioas Caroliua. but recently the "forlornhepe" to the bottom. Capt. Hunt WJ,) t

I I on this demand RO proved, (saving, however, Peru or tho Unyed Provinces of the Rio de that his enemies (as he chooses to consider i- of our common lights and libertiesthe i: obliged to repair a* well as he could in Ca:>

i where the contrary is proved) the delivery: la I Plata, aro not included iu the prohibition of r all who are concerned with thA Bank 0) last strong hold of American Freedom. effects ton and of now the ship is on the railway; I tht Itt:
** the
1 t ihall not be refused. Such deserters, when granting particular favors to other nations I shall be punished, and a subservient Congress In noticing the effect of'this visit of tho encounter are plainly to beseea
Boston '
t:1 I[: arrested, shall be put at the disposal of said wbich may not be made common to the one or are commanded to deal the blow. The Globe : gentleman referred to, we were let into an im- : f Gazette. ptc

; consuls, and may be put in the public prison I the other of the contracting powers ;-and I comes out openly as the Executive orcan, and portanl secret, which was that of the reason tca
I; V at the request and expense of those who claim I those exceptions being founded upon the intimate announces that en this question there shall be why the people of the South aro better'acquainted On Sunday evening. about_ 7 o'clock, the at

lj- them, to b&.'sent to the ship3 to which they belonged connexion and identy feelings and interests no neutrals. The contest, says that obsequious I- with political. < and with! tho tontion of the people: in North Ninth str w: It 1

or to others of the same nation. But t of the new American States, which I print, is between tho Bank and the Government I I true nature of constitutional:: liberties, than we was arrested by the furious driving of pewa-l ,I :

| ] if they be riot sent back within two month*, ..were members of the same political body un and every man must choose whom of the North. It is thisTheir custom' of coming into the city.-One man in a saifc?

: reckoning from the day of their arrest they der the Spanish dominion, it i is mutually understood he will serve. The devoted followers of delivering Barbacuo ana* Stump Speeches was leading the way, and two well dressed

I shall be set at liberty, and shall no more be that these exceptions will have all the JACKSON are indeed greatly to be pitied.__ laises up Orators. Orators attract large au- young men were pursiiinrr, with all the spee r r
{ arrested l latitude which is involved hard diences, and eloquence' i is not the to which they could urge their horse. In CIO 1:
ffcr thn same cause. It is un &t- in their principle ;- They serve a master ; who never suffers only mo t -
, stood, however' that if the deserter should be and that they will accordingly comprehend all I them to think or act for themselves, and whatis agreeable, mode of conveying knowledge:, sing Arch street, the wheel of the gig caraehcontact
the nations within i them but it excites the feelings of the hearers, with a fending p ist placed against I t ife .
t. found to have: committod any crime or offence, new the ancient territory of worse, compels to follow htm throuch and'
I his surrender may be delayed until the tribunal Spanish America, whatever alteration may all the devious! and thorny paths and miry ways. diffuses a living principle of enthusiasm; watch box, tho concussion was so great that tit li-

t before which the case may be depending, take place in their c.nstiutions, names, or i in which his wayward fancies, bad passions. amongst thousands at the same timn, who threw one of the riders out on the paveraen'',

shall have pronounced its sentence, and such boundaries so as to include tho-present Statesof or evil purposes, arc perpetually leading him. would not be touched with the same sympathetic who was taken up seriously injured ; tho oik

6entence shall have been carried into effect. Uraguay and Paraguay, which were for- No man can stand well with JACKSON or his vilrations, were they to receive the sa'i or, who was driving was thrown out, but ins T,

ARTICLE XXX. merly parts of the ancient vice-royalty of Buenos kitchen companions, who acts on any other matter, through! a newspaper abonk. C jj feet caught between the gig body and the

II I For the purpose nt'more effectually) projecting Ayi es; those of New Granada, Venezue principle than that of.implicit submission to the truth of this:: remark, others, besides: OlJrseh.cs V'shafts' and he pitched out with his head upor:

their commerce and navigation, the la, and Equador, in the Republic of Colombia, the will, and ready obedience to the commands: were made fully sensible, as was proved 'the paving stone ; in this situation, the hon

two contracting parties do hereby agree, as and any other States which may iu future be of an ignorant, vacillating and unprincipled by thu fact, that many of the old Federal parf f( contmui.jg;: at t f-ill speed, the mans head vrgi

V soon hereafter as circumstances will permit dismembered from those now existing. .' despot. It is glory enough to serve under ty was -so alarmed at the enthusiastic ad-nira- brought directly under the right wheel, so psi

them, to form a consular convention, which ARTICLE u. such a chief" and 4I the spoils belongs to the tion for the Orators, displayed by the young to prevent its rotary motion, in this peril oil ,

I shall declare, specially, the powers and immunities It being agreed by the tenth article of the victors" aro the received maxim of the men 01.the. city, that they were absolutely]i situation, the man was dragged! from Arc

V of the consuls. and vice consuls of the aforesaid treaty, that the citizens-of tho United Jackson party."r e rejoice thru: the asce n- afraid of their rushing at once into the jaws of nearly to Filbert stret-t when the horse W3.int. r

respective parties., States of America, personally or by their dancy of such men i h rapidly approaching i its Nullification! and cautions: were industriously I stopped ; and the sufferer iummely taken I ,
":I ARTICLE XXXI. agents, shail have the right of beng present termination. circulited amongst l them, to beware of their the hou.e: of ir. Uowl'md.Vheuee he i wa:

The United States of America and the Republic at the decisions and sentences of the tribunals Heaven has made thfcm mad ; and if our doctrines.: The advice' was certainly necessary subsequently removed to tho Hospital.! dt'

. I of Chile des linfT to make, as durable! in all cases which may concern them, and at Belshazzar does not yet see the handwriting for it cannot be doubted, that a few such We never witnessed a scene more calculi! t'o t'a'

: !as circumstances win permit. the relations the examination of witnesses and declarationsthat on the wall, it is beginning to be plainly visiblet stirings up as Philadelphia went through between ted to cxcite one'J leeIiDO; ; the posit.o:1: of the a'I

.. J nvhich are to be established between the two may pe taken in their trials ;-and a
.I: parties, b) vir'ue oj; this treaty, er general strict enforcement of this article may be in against the officers of the Bank nor firmly m tho dortrine of Statu RIght the almost certainty that there was no p ,- d:!iipt f

\ convention of peace, amity, commerce, and opposition to the established forms ot the present -. will certainly facilitate the downfal of the tyrant Such another stiirin* jp, we trust -shall:i; of the sufferers escaping \\Jlh life. Severpe I ,

i, navigation, have declared solemnly, and do due administration of justice, it i is mutu and the base!' crew' which surround him. have during tho present year. A State Rights SOns fainted from the state of i feelings U1"I 3

agree to the following points : ally-understood, that the Republic of Chile i is JACKSON: has taken his ground. Ho will admit Convention 11 ibis citv. whore the Congress of such an awful scene wad calcuhted to call '

1st. The present treaty shall remain in full i! only bound by the aforesaid stipulation to of no neutrals. lie has given out that t helOt 75 first assen1Vl J ,d, in the month of Novembernext [Phil. U. S. Gaz.

U. force and virtue for the term of twelve years;, maintain the most perfect equality this res- line must be drawn, and every one who is n designed to bring together the eminent -a

I j f .! ratifications ; and, fuilber, until the find the former to enjoy all tho rights and Constitutien and tho laws must be against States to consult upon the "states of tho Union. -V' French Navy. Ships of.tha line, 33; fx. r
of-one year after either of the contracting par benefits of the president or future provisions him. Be it so. '=' ." is j in 1 the Contemplation of the association gates 37 ; sloops 17 ; ditto for carrying de::

If! lies shall have given notice Jo the other of its which the laws grant to the latter in their judicial I- The first question, then, to be decided must here, and will possible bo recommendedat patches 8. brigs for despatchps, &c, 19 ;

!i\\ ,intention to terminate the same ; each of the tribunals but no special favors or pri-ii i be whether the House of Representatives will! its celebration of the Fourth of.July..- "" I bomb vessels 8 ; brigs flitted as gun boat t-: I 6'; 1I

\t t. contracting_ parties_ ,reserving to itself the rilitI vile-es. -Yield obedience to this hntlrrhtv--_"'__- .monrt.. .. ..ta. ._ If g llconoJ. cutters and lungers, 17 ; battlmi' ie9. I;
ot giving: such notice to the other, at the end a--- ARTICLE III not-thff Administration will be deprived of a LANDER'S EXP EDITIO N.Mr. i' de tlotiHe, 36-214 : Store ships 20 ; garb!; 1 1I
of said term.of twelve and it I majority in both houses Lander ros, 22 total 260. I
years : is hereby It being agreed by the twenty-ninth article of Con ress. If they relates that they found'a city : -
agreed between them that, on the expiration of the aforesaid treaty that, deserters from the obey, then will sueh men as BIDDLE, SAR called Nunda, on tha Tshadda, wQieh contains
I V of one year after such notice shall have been :public and private vessels of either GEANT, CHAUNCERT, and n dozen other of the 60 or 70,000 inhabitants. Th walls are: 20 Hints to housewives.-About the las t f I 1

r received by cither, from the ether party, this- 'to be restored thereto by the respective party con-are ablest and best men in Philadelphia, be drag : feet high. The king is a brutal savage. lie M1y or on the first,'of Jnue the millers which t 1t 1f

rV treaty i in all the parts relating to commerce I uls-u.s' hd whereas, it i is declared by the article ged like felons to the bar of Congress-be has his seraglio 1,500 women. He detainedthe lay motheggs begin V to appear.-Thereore! f 1i
and navigationVshalI altogether cease and determine hundred condemned without a and English and brush all your woolens and pack them ifl I a
one and thirty-two of the jury, incarcerated ,: would not let them retur.. red i
; and in all those parts which relate constitution of Chile that, there are present no slaves I in a prison, at the discretion of a faction, pretending to be influenced by the gods. lIe dark place covered with linen. Pepper
tc peace and friendship, it shall be permanent j in Chile ," and, that, Ii slaves I known to be the mere instruments of the Ex said the gods had been frequently consulted, cedar chips, tobacco,-indeed almost ,any c

ly and pe/petually binding on both powers. the territory of the Republic and free"-it touching is I ecutive. If such .a proceeding does not Utterly but they would not give a favorable answer. strong spicy smell, is good to keep moths V out I

2d. If any one or more of the citizens of likewise mutually, understood, that the afore I overwhelm its authors, adviser3 and supporters Laird took advantage of tho king's superstition of your chest and drawers. But nothing*- o C
i either party shall infringe of the said surely the of told him ho good as ctmphor.-Sprinkle your WOO>]! n3
j V any stipulation shall not comprehend slaves days our liberty are would send a messenger to the if l
, this treaty, such citizens shall be }Md per- serving under any denomination on board the numbered. We think, however, there will bo gods and if it turned blue, it would be an indication with camphorated spirit, and scatter pieces < I

1 eooally respensiblo for the :sarne, and the har pubic! or private ship3 of the United States of found to be Whig blood & Whig spirit enough of a favorable reply' Laird sent camphor gum among them, and you will never

V V mony and good correspondence between the America. in the land, to rescue the country from the dis- i tt blue light which made such an impressionon up .bo troubled with moth Some people buy t

t "nations!arf ..n...shall........'._not_ .._be_ _interrupted__ thereby_ :-each- ARTICLE IV. graco and ruin., which, t n nniet. submi- n_.__inn.._.. tn.- the kin:.!' that ho released- --- -- .Vm...J n..h.t......}.. Thn... ..v canmhor wood trunks. for this purpose :rfl but'Ci I t
"Y"J "'"&-o'"&: *" no way to protect the UIWfl. It is further agreed, that the ratifications of such outrage would infallably produce. The slave trade is carried on up and down the Ni igore they'are very expansive and the gum ans r
, der or sanction such violation. case made the just aa well.
by Jackson Committee While
. :. 3d. If, (which, indeed the aforesaid treaty of peace, amity, commerce the President against Laird was up the river, about The first leaves of 1t
cannot be and Directors of of the common i
I expected,) and navigation, and of the present additionaland the Bank, is i 15000 the people of N undl: made an incur- young cuP ut t
If f, unfortunately any of the articles contained in explanatory cocvcntion, shall be embraced in a nutshell. The majority of that sion along the bank of the Niger. and sacked rant bush, gathered as soon as they are l 1l
j the present treaty shall be violated or infringed in the city Washington within the exchanged Committee, (for the Anti-Jaokson portion of tho country fir and wide. Their object was out, and dried. on tin can hardly be d 1tin'
in any other way whatever, it ,i is sti- of term it dissented from the proceedings slaves and guished from green tea. .
expressly throughout
eight months, to be counted from the date ) booty. They make pipes so long t:
pulated that neither of the insisted Cream of Tarter, rubbed soiledrl1ita
contracting parties of the present convention.This upon right to institute a secret that they can sinoko when riding, with the upon 1;
will order or authorize acts of inquisition into all the bowl of kid gloves, claanses them very much.
any reprisal, additional and explanatory convention proceedings of the Bank the pipe resting on the foot. They r P
nor! declare ef war against tho'Other, on complaints upon its being duly ratified by the President and its Directors, and for that purpose, to take I are ignorant distilling and have not yet acquired [Fr. H01Ue1Cife.HOlD ) (
injuries or damages, until the said of the into their possession and control, at their' a taste of
Uuited States of America rum. At one the
place on
and to
by with The Revue
party, considering itself offended, shall first the advice own private room, the books and of the Niger. the stop Bleeding.- l1ilii'
and consent of tho papers priests sacrificed human id
Senate a
have thereof, Bank. victim, cale states that when all other means I
presented to the other a statement of and The President and Directors the and threw the
the in I
by President of the Republic body pieces into the river to p has
duch of Chile other arresting hemorhage, a little oil of tobacco
injuries or damages verified by competent I with the consent and approbation of the hand, claimed the exclusive custody and prevent the English going up ; the ignorant immediately succeeded. That which coil Iec" I
proof, 'demanded control of their
justice and satisfaction Congress of the and the I own books and papers, and appointed natives thought this would to their 1 been
same, respective rati- put a stop in the stem of pipes which have long I t
and the shall I
same have a Committee
been either of Directors to submit and
re fications mutually progress weie much when s-
exchanged, shall be added smoked will answer perfectly. The disc! a
fused or unreasonably delayed. I I them to the examination of the Jackson Committee they found the
to, and mako a of the incantations of the of Ben ,
part priests
treaty of was made Hu.nel, chemist at !
ry by
4th. in I peace with
Nothing the contained such avail.A .
treaty shall, amity, commerce and explanations as might be no and his distil: I
navigation, between the mixture is eight ounces of
however,,be. construed to operate contrary to United, States of required. But such an investigation openly I V ,and S
America and the Republic of water, two drachms of oil of tobacco, .
former and existing public treaties with other Chile, signed on the said 16th day of May in conducted the in one of tho rooms of the Bank, Paris Correspondent of the New York few drops of ethereal oil. This has'Wfound 1 1
sovereigns or states. 1S32, having the presence't the parties concerned, ready Timers, writes :_
same force and effect as if to offer the so effectual, that by a recent decreetbe oJ.
Thprcsec.t: treaty of peace, amity, com it bad been inserted word for word in the suited necessary explanations, was, wot" '44 Amidst the revolting scenes of Arbitrary Minister of the Interior at Munich li .

t eJ'CtJ W navigation, ehoJl l be approved and aforesaid treatyLLiLii, A secret,to the purpose af the Administration. violence which' the persecutions of the police apothecaries are ordered to keep jtpre23iIichaiiic '-

investigation partial wamioatipn, daily' exhib$ tro happened(J eta ludicrous' / M"goinc__ '

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(Prom the Charleston Courier June .
: Auspicious Tidviga.-tht Tat Oath .Annulled. htL\"e now involved them eJyes in a game at'' "Caniqui. he --- -
FLORIDIAN which bcth I or as- *"u lotterly called el -----a -J
It affords us the most heartfelt parties can play, and when they ,famoso '
Caniqui native of
gratification .play arrests, we can take them was a this place, of GEO. WALKER ,
to be able into the Courts
Ua Am mB to announce to our readers, this Justice, of which ,a swarthy complexion, almost black, tall and ( TTORJ'fEY4TLaW!
fteyjustlrhave'Si )
morning that the Test Oath has been declared horror. The Habeas cha ji5XJUNE 14. Corpus is INTENDS
unconstitutional null and 'oid as plenipotent very dating, and remarkably 'In I ; rl
by the as an arrest for lucky eluding (STSJJpfcals of.tie T witory. Pea.
Court of Appeals. An independent Justice contempt, and the Courts his pursuers ; and had made so hair sacola is the place of his residence:

, 7\nvvrt Rail l /too".-ll will be observed by have asserted the majesty of the constitution judiciary of a are more House effective of than party decision breadth escapes,' that he thought himself many peculiarly i June 10th, 1834. (44tf)

r lD o our advertising columns, that a suffi- and arrested the arm of oppression uplifted in liberty cannot.party be Representatives. If protect d by the magic art, and when LAND FOR SALE.
,.""""'* : n of the stock of this company has I the name of the people to clcve down the liberties tives, not of the protected but by of the Representa-i in danger would repeat an ejaculation or prayer THE subscribers' the offer: for'sale, oh accommodating *

tpt enable it to commence of the people Andrew Jack which he believed would following tract of excellent LAND)
pobgcribcd to operas geople. The value of firmly save him
: this son, it can be protected before with a fine stream of water passing through it hand.
are happy to add that -remainder great bulwark of popnlar rights and social or- I which it i i- the of these tribunals fromall human detriment. The reward of I mely situated about 7 miles trom Monticello,;in Jefferson *
.JJS.: \( wiil be taken as soon as the books are der could not have been more strikingly boast. a free country to $500 was paid by Gov. Coppinger for the County to wit :-The Southeast quarter and
, Nothing has
,* stocJ- exemplified more amused us there East half of the Southwest quarter, Section 31 '
: I in than in the killing of Caniqui. -
' Li Lt. LONG is already actively engaged present instance, stan fore, than this move ot two I .. West half of the Northeast, and: the East half of theSouthwcs -

,1.1acd: the route. \\e congratulate the citi- ding erect amidst the strife of parties, unmoved I against the Bank of the United penny States lawyers, I I, : ef section 32, in TpwnjJiin' One, Range ,

t ;;;';"\'C\'llU.d'dllS district on the prospect of the earlyacuon by the menaces of power, aud }yielding seem to be as ignorant of the whole who CASSVILLE, May 16. four North and Eat, containing together 400 acres,

so well calculated to efficiant-protection to the weak of doctrice ANOTHER INDIAN OUTRAGE.We more pr less. Personsvish n.1: to examine the land,
of enterprise against the contempt and of the
; an '- ultimate operation of is referred to Capt.turrlY, who will show it.
:); strong. In thjg.decjsion settling what I have received information of nndoub'tcdauthenticity
1".e their prCspCrtY.ccun3cMan3: as we trust they are after, as beardless boys just beginning KERR 4. STURGES.
:: forever, tho exciting question which had set Blackstone.The hat Dr. Burnes, a citizen of Et- -Tallahassee 14th, 1834. ((44tf)

that Maj. EATOS is detained &tby tho elements of discord ,n ominous commotion Senate to day hive confirmed the aweh, Cheiokee county was shot by an Indianon WINES, &c. FOR SALE.

\ the indisposition! of Mrs. E..TOK. He and brought our State once more to the I of three of the Bank Directors nomination Monday last, about two miles from Town. RECEIVED peT brig Tallahassee! and other arri-
Dt I brink of revolution the U -Al- the ball struck the head in ly of old Port, Claret, Muscat: and
C cdto arrive in a few days, when 1 t t.inF I ; uoa Party enjoy a I ley, While and .Allister-the Commute of a glancing direction Malaga( \Vines-Also Newark Cider, & London Por. '
? absence of both of the proud triumph-=the peaceful triumph of the Finance and although the Dector was very muth injured I is
F rfnoffl occasioned by I : I probably not as yet reporting ter, VBich offered by the dozen or single; bottle-
:::- cgctr8: of lLiS Territory will cease Constitution and the law ove: the spirit and Horn and Y nux. Nothing has been upon done j we are happy to learn that the wound is i Also 10b lbs. A1in'ndsBrazi1.Nits and Filberts, Rai-

ZjCt1t. domination of t r;y. But while the Union with Stevenson's nomination; but yet not considered mortal. He was riding:; leis i ins, Fig:?, No. .1 Chewing Tobacco, Spanish Segars;

. \ tarn that: W. P. DrrAt, R-q,1ntE' Go. party: through..:r.v::
\ f Territory, has been, :.ppooJ; one of the .fl'-ctuL'-or. inspired! by this happy confirmed.The -immedialely after which he was dy and=other Spirits. F B. WHI 1'INQ. *
i*:tfrotUiis result, th' { 'mo:. pj.ty :>f Charleston have Virginia upon as above mentioned. Dr. Burns had ICjP: Empty Boulcs: bought and sold.
*! Tf of West Point A C:1: d Col. u Delegates sent to the
,' victors emy ,."' ... meet not the remotest St.l ;,Jur1f' 14. |44-3w)
that _
1t'R.who5e appointment th the same peculiar c- ; cf rtjctr'::). in the fact, that Albany Regency are wooing and cooing like conception, any hostility: -

1.r.'I ace about they orig.sitd'ti; It' ro;'t'. 't, the constitution I so many turtle doves, and as to the next Pres- !' was intended mm. lie represented to us NOTICE.
cfwc aud laws, which has as a well disposed :nan-and one who has W K. M. :MOURr:! 13 the only ngcat appointed
S Auspiciously terminated -: idency, you need not trouble I i
forVcst Point.r at all Fallahasice receive
.. weckB: since your treated the Indians with to passage and baggage
:ti ; that they stoed-forth, when fhe gallant i about it-you are disposed of. The Jackson much. kiadnes'3"Ye.. ; rttooey; oVth- "Western line of Sta spirit and almost understand that an attempt was: nnde.'to rre* t-' A. B.
ungovernable have
excitement of men BLACKVVELL L
! ffiWf--f he Common Council cf thr Ciy; parked you up, and labelled you the Indian-that he rUshed : t !! ; .
once and ;
\ .,. \cw Orleans, Las been convened by the May- into open Iesistance: proclaiming that both the is to be made, that is if it can now be.the transfer and: finally 'made his escape. Our Olor-, 'bne- H. ,(4ttf) )!:

t'. :Ij r tbe purpose of employing Col. WHITE to genius. of republicarrtsm and the requisitions: : A large portion of the Jackson the rnant fu-lher adds, that thereis: much alarm: :.. FEMALE SEMIVARY': .

, I ..,)('."..d w Madrid, to obtain. evidence. relative to of social otder, damanded that every peaceful I House have agreed Polk to take'Stevenson's party In and exc tem 'nt in Cherokee county. It is fow- RSTV. J. H. YNG informt lha uiijjbitanL'i of
GIRARDIO that upon lieved by some, that the Indians entertain City and irsfjcuiity, thitht oneningii -
or ;;1' (tenon: of land given !by cily.siiiUFtbo measure of redress should be fir& exhausted I place.-\\-ager is quite abandoned- the SELECT SCHOOL for i'Ol/JVG(proposes LADlESt F

'i t :' a mot flattering compliment to our before recourse should be had to the rights of Sutherland stands no chance. Some few of design of commitling depredations both upon t. to commence at the late Office of Dr. McLemore on .
'l and l k"mv <)l'no oncMietler ralculaf I the property and persons: of the whites, secret the 16th uibt. In this School ali branches
V'ipitt'\ : wc : nature,-.,and of: revolution ; and that the moderation Bell's filends yet held on---Speight is of a tho-
: givenup. i. I ly-if not publicly. rough education : be There will! be I
iwiiante: kiKHvledge of civil law to ef their ..
counsels .
.L f ironitiw!! .'S prevailed in convention Wilde it is aid, will be the Candidate In the Indians I. fir quarters, .)eleven weeks each. Th School

) I ;-Jrl1: the. duties 'Jul to oLe assigned to him.Mr with their brethren, and has ltd to the I of the opposition, but this is ,conjecture. I'with our their country accustomed pass and repays: I vrill! be in session four h-nirs a day, commencing at ,

I I bloodless victory which now graces the Union Both Houses have adjourned over to Monday friendly deportment, I half past 8 o'clok Lessons will be appointed for
DICKINSON'S: nomination -Minister; to the I Banner.In and the members Nut the least indication has been given of any I scholars to coniinr' while out of school for the ensuing ;
are in all 'di-
dispersing hostile intent-and we sincerely hope, that the I morning ; and :t i U thought this amount of confinement
. :,jt of St. P< :crsbirg: ins been ronfirfijed t,yMELANCHOLY giving vent to our own overflowing of joy rectious; some for Harper's Ferry, many (for apprehensions of oiir Cherokee friends I a clay, is ns much as health will admit or instruction -

i SIJte.!: on this grateful occasion, let us hope that our I IOpOI1C1ats Baltimore, and ma y for home. : aro I require, ')r due tuition in domestif duties al-
groundless.-Cassviile: Gazette. I low. It will of rr>m-se! be :that all will
also will rejoice in the removal: of 1 There is every: indication that the Jackson I expected be -
OCCITRHENCE.jlsaJJeii tin-: obstacle to tile restoration of inlnnd to muke Moore's II responsible for the whole quarter's tuition on which .
men .
hairnony: in and Lelcher'scase A NOVEL LA.W POINT.-The Supreme I they enter. Shuiars arc requested to bring with them

: gusU tornado, of\\111.1 sweeping up lour distracted Stile: -to the return ol that era a party question--and if so, Moore will Court of Mas-: at iw law session in that city I whatever: school bits tin y may have, that a proper-

;.:'yofth" St. M.irkson Fri :iy atiernoon, I of good feelings which will again u:lite us in have the seat, March: decided that a grand child horn eight I choice may be made. .

'I''I'.l! :::. ut.: &I'.r.'tdlitll. : s.id: ] tIll! distressing I I the bands of social, if not political brother- ii ours, &c. O. P. Q. months and a half after the death of his grandfather t Thefollowing are the classification and terms : p

....t'.\1:? tlv rr: uiin of E. B. Vis' 1q. D 11'I hood. It i is high time that alienated affection ii included in a bequest to grand children .I 1st class-In Reading and Spelling, Per Quarter.$ 5 00

\ ,JP L'1du\:. f the storm, liis amiable! c-insorl with j] should return to their wonted. but long desor- Mr. :M'DUFFIE has left his post in Congress(? living at his 'deceaseMARRIED! ." I 2c} class-In Writing, Arithmetic, Geogra- > :
sa'.i-i'UiK' rui'hiug to ihe of her i ted channels-that: the rankling wound of the and returned to South Carolina of : I nhv and Enl1sh.Gramnnr., ,. _. _. .. C 6 WIUhlltiliV (
j -.::era:: ; rr ou':? { on account -' -- + V' -!--- -*---** .I
. t, .:;:f-!: dau'Titor: !: in ati it 'Jjoiuiaji: I ha1.1111i!: : aicl i iiniaiTino social and even the family cucle should be ill health. In passing through Lynchburg, he I 3 1 classy-la alj.higher Entihtudtes! aslHLctoricEtliics I

"t 1!':. r.1 ce >l tl.1)l: in t Irnr-r. vas JIIrsdf I )I! healed, and that party wurlare, if it must still was invited by the citizens to partake of a I Oa Thursday: evening 'last, by the'Rev. C. A" Philosophy, &c.,&Natural c. &c. l' History"and. >8 00

.! ".wraJ: beneath le!: ftlUn nuns.. of hervn be wnired should nt least be henceforth chai- public dinRCr. To this invitation Mr. l\1'DufI I Brown, Mr. THOMAS D HARLOCK, to MtssSUSAV 4th. class-In French or Classics: )10 00

< :nv.arijr.: Mr. Vas* Wall: }his two elder .hul1lf'rs! (j nctmzed by the coutrsies and 'unties of hie. e made a reply, from wtich the following is I J. RUSShLL.. l both- oftlus"ounry.. Each cjass will of aaurse be entitled r to instruction j|
\r then that I I --- in any- or all the!! b'rariches of thi' vioU5 ?
e hope will \T -
. our
j opponent.!; nut only an extract :-- pr cassp.s.I
r:'(' !m; \it tniraniloii'ify; preserved amid the si.iii' iHt'l' 1 OBITUARY A'y further information be had ..

, ,; ..: 'l (If U.'l'S, iitiJ 1jjt' . : !I ill our favor, but will even hail it a* a most depressing complaint, under hich 1._ DIED-At ner residence: m Count, Tall.!!)h\ ,cc:. June 5th, 1S31.
tl'the iiuuso hit my I
purr vo'y )/ ; :scarce: had they t I o>.vFrulj, >' the 30th ultimo, CHARLOTTE JOHANNA -
j fitting occasion for fu: i\'ing, it not forgetting; system i is finking, by n genial climate, entire I I : t-jrewarn all JP--S. ns from .
;" t-rn..ibl'> (,1'1 ihl-:; m.-!' iful.lispcm't! lln iif.v '1 aged 23, the wife of Edmund BrookeVass. [ trading for
.. ... I strifes and animosities of the past ; aid the I mental relaxation and habitual exercise, could \ iRcm favorot JJOHN W.gEAjs,
> half hrn
: in ii r tlu-v ;ere c.i'.lod I for sift I) llirs lht) consideration
i more so, as in tho most material if P have induced } ; which the olid
I particular, : me abandon; Congress
'rt':;' '."1r:. (If 1 -."'1"rIH't.'f the cxpirirg; : l"1(1'If, I IiJ I! [ my post in Lt-t \1rt weep, with 'Ir.plthtic tear, I note wa) giucn,.having failed-I will not py it. Of
.: -:, ni.ii'ur.' Under! the or
. :. JI' '.:<'. t.r! pctt1ur'tJepnrJvire! ; from 4.ry this 'vurdflt *1 i peal Bench, v\ho advocates their peculiar pol1 believe that the great s'ruggle between liberty Who, far from: kindred, distant fr >ni her home 'Palblns\ee.!' May24th,1834.: ((43 2 vtf) .f.
, !' itical cieed, has concurred in the oppinion o and despotism has been substantially decided V Vas de.&til.'J here, t-> find an early t. mb! MARSHAL'S SALE.
r I elliptic., : ] c> )Jrr;. Vr.ss riosi inslv aid'L 'I"
.. '. *" I, brethren.Ve 1 I and that we may now mingle our congratulations -Her heart 5') gentle, s<> anodic, kind ;- .. H V virtus of twO wru s of Fieri Facias to me dc- ..
was t S'laTirc circk! of rd.1iaJJ \ have said that Judge Harper has concurred I for freedom restored and tyranny Her life so meek, sj vutuuns' anJ resigned; ;- Ii\ert-il, I shall expose at public sale before the
:;':i' .1.; :, ir.iretlua d:'>ti-es I with his brethren ,
t in the :
material I Tint lov'd mood
most overthrown. My physicians hive: advised me angels ; nnJ we;"t in pityi
. .,' Jc h j" un the fifth day of July next, all the rijrht, title,.claim
.1 ; .r ; : :1 in liie ext ('IIH point of contro\r5j-\\C allude to the fact t that the total absence of all occasions: of mental That earth should} : 1 ..njcr iu.id, one k' purely goodj cin-J interest; that Jon MCVER, dcccaard, had, 0H.n ::"

. .!:I. m:! 111 tstfl.Zi1e; 11tia14i ,; IAt i des *?iu-d below, that ihp court was unanimous: 1] excitement is indUp..:nsiblo to my recove God heard their grief !-wi.ile: :Mercy loih to pain ;.all 3IcIvER, administratrix of John Mcf ver. deceased ,

l't '.:: : ..; :-, Svrthisin!! nthiitur;. wit! long I n ..he Ojjini'jn, th.il: the Convention had Iranscuudcd ry. Under these circumstances, I feel as- With sickly anguish, the li I c so free fro.n .slain ;- in andto the following described tr-'C's of .

1 ..--r. !nir gruvo: : r':'h tear of iicartfoltniourmnsrr.of. : : its authority, in defining allegiance sura'd: that my fellow-citizens of Lynehburg A whirlwind sent, which wa'tcJ her to HjavcnWithou Lan-l. to wit :-The East half of the .Korth-\V CS: :|
of Section :Seventeen, One
qu i.-trr : Township 1taguSut'n ::
t t 'J4. 1 t arid declaring it to be exclusively cue) to the will appreciate the motives by which I have : ur.,; pang- to tell,. that Dea'h was given-...-.!'! .' :, On. md East, eontaining.SO19-100..fnac.

, Stale. The effect of this decision is to annul I been constrained lo decline their kind and -- II :Also! the West lulf! of the South-West quarter of A

. me Ordinance of the Convention, so far as it L hospitable civility." i. Section ci, ht in Township One, South of Ranjje: Jr.u
WASHINGTON, ?'Iav :-)--). 1S34.iiiJtuic :: I MARINELIST.Poit.it :: Kat. containing; PO anti 29-100 of an acre, levied on '
relates and the .:
3. to Legislature to
! 1 r>nl:! ordered to be engrossed, and I prescribe an Oath empowers of exclusive i Allegiance to From the Phidilp4aational Gazette.A I I la'd.fc.iscdf:t-.e: property to satisfy bctogintothest3teofJohr said: writs in favor ef slake MIver&, ,
rrad the tird OF S \1.\U\S.: { : .
I I ., time to-morrow. the Statute Book, or the records of the Convention French friend has sent us the following t: II'iv'ey'!: and G ntgc D. Fauntleroy, agent for Thumao j

J'I ;\IT. .C LA r. frctn the Committee on the I as an authorative osition of the note, which possesses interest in regard to the AKKIVEU--JU.SE tJ, j I I \\'. r.L :dcroy. Sale! will take place within the usual .
Schr. Sam Patch, 1 day t fron: :;llWl1tl.lCC.ith, cotton j! hou '$. THOS. ESTO RANDOLPH, .V. t
; t 'L :> LnnH: renurtod the following Bill. to I I political creed of South-Carolina. It in fact fate of the Treaty with France: : ID: Kerr it Sure3.ThLLtHASSEE i tI 1 By A. A. FISHER! D JI. .' )

3 I ".honze: the ?i1c of lots in the town of St. t l restores South Carolina to her federal orbit, in, u The answer to your inquiries about the reconsideration - --.-- --- -, .. ..-=- ::- I! 4th June, 1334 .(43tds)

c 1 Hs, in J Floridi.h : I f which may she henceforth ever continue toJ of votes is more easy than I at RAIL ROAD COttPANV.. MARSHAL'S SALE. i

: I move and shine with th.it; undisturbed equiii- first supposed. Annexed, you have: the text to the provision of the Char i of of
tf.t 'iatcted: J It v th.' Sonntc and House of 4GREEABLY tV pursuance a \\fit Ft Fa issued from the: )
$ ,. .' I 1 briun; between her centripetal and contrifugalforce l li o1tvo articles of the Charter, as revised_ m -- Rail Rand Company.notice : Jcf! k':. J'ncc of the! Superior Court, Lon county .
I. 'sefita'ivc'? the Unitd Statoof; Aine- is given that au Election will! be held to me dir. -t* d, I Sklllln!
) ., ?, which is equully essential her happiness 1830, afler the Revolution."Art. hereby > Saturday: 5h day of i
I :::u 10. Conjrrrss a-T-rniblcd, Thit the Picsithi j i and '. 15. The right of proposing law.; belong at the Treasury: Office on Friday the 27th instant, Ally in x% >rt'. i at pnblick! sale, before the door of the- *
: f United glur) for Directors for said Court House i'i Talhhassee, fur cash, all the '
Ri States be, nnd he is hereby at 11 o'clock, A. M. seven right, i
ltInze() to direct the and receiver I In closing our remarks, we cannot:: omit the to the King, to the Chamber of Deputies, Comp:1: Y. By order of the Board, title interest a-ui claim of JAMES LEoN, in and to .

. J ithe Tallahassee register I expression: bof our heartfelt{ gratitude to ihe and to the Chamber of Peers. However, all CHARLES AUSTIN, Sco'ry. TWO JCEGRO SLAVES, named! Selinn: and Jenny: .t
land district to make sale: laws voted first the Also,the follo-.v in;; tracts or parcels of L3ND. to wit f
must be chamber \
Providence which has overruled this revenue by Tjllahasee} 7th. Juae 1834. [44-2w]
'pbic:: auction graciOUs The
} of one.fourth of the Iot3 in -- -- -- -- ----- West half of the_ South-East quarter Src'K.rf I Ij'
"" t 1cw-3 of St. :Maiks\ in the of matter for our good, and permitted our just Deputies. TALLAHASSEE RAIL ROAD COMPANY.KTOTICE Fifteen, Township One of Range TWI). North and I
V I "Art. 17. If a proposition of a )law has East and also the Cast '
1 Isnda and righteous cause to achieve a triumph as ; halfoftite: South- .V est qcar- '
: is hereby given tnat the subscription
. according to the plan of the Surveyor I the three branches ter of same S tit> and levied .j'
I been rejected by one of it a Township Range, oft
it is full of the 1.. be Ifj
wneral of said I complete, us peaceful-as promise to the aforesaid Company will open againon
. Territory, as soon as prac.tileafier as the properly of*>aid Lemon, to satisfy an execution
J the : o'f this t of future good, as it is redolent with present cannot be brought up. again (represcnte) during Monday the 16th instant, at the Treasury.Of- in favor of :"Iillr"s.. Lemon. &c. fj

. tt t months'passoge act, upon givt I joy, and grateful to our feelings.We I the same esion.:! lice tor the residue of the Stock not subscribed. for. THOS. ESTON ANDOLPH, .'1. ;I
public notice of the said sate! these I u_\ for what.. is rnllor) ? vf.fnn.ii.tJi-rntionofa_ By order of the Board, By A. M. RANDOLPH, Dtp. Marshal.4th .
I now present oir: readers with glad --- -- -- -- -----:- ---------- ------- -J n I I
i CHARLES AUSTIN Sec'; June 1 S31. 43 1
received them tendering vote, that is voting againin the same: session r ds.l I
the (
shape v.e
1 Ii tATER STILL i ti our acknowledgments to the Editor of the upon a question decided when the proper -Tallahassee, 7th June, 1931.' (44if)_. CORN: AND SEED PEAS. -... II I
FROM LIVERPOOL. number of the Quorum has been NOTICE. & STURGES uffcrs for sale at TaUa .I..i !
: t" r tbtX.. Y. Southern Potriot, for his kindness in permit- Deputies ( ) KERR ,
Courier & Enquirer, second edition them addressed present at the vote, it i is altogether unknownin EALED Proposals:; will be received at my of- and St. Marks
. Thursday, May 2.2. ting us to use the letter c ntaining our Legislative assemblies: at least since the K. fice t for 290,000 hard" burnt merchantable 2,000 bushels CORN, and I

;: .! The packet ship Napoleon, Captaiu Smith, to him by one of the counsel engagedin famous Convention, who never having consul BRICK:, describing the size to be delivered, at some 100 do. PEAS. }
.; ..ied this from the cause, and therefore of udoubted au point on the Two Hundred Foot Street by the June 7t'' 1334. (-t3f; ) : j
morning Liverpool,
3 bring- ted thing but their arbitrary and despoticwill ..
. % London dates to the 23d of April, and thenticity. often treated their own 'decrees as they 1st day of October next. .. PA.SSiCE FOR JfEtr YORK: !
'rpool to the 24th. She sailed the lat- II COLUMBIA: June 2d, 1834, > RO. J. The snbstantial coppered 4"copper-faa ,
:Cay. on COURT. iTotht had dealt with most of the jacred laws of hu Tallahassee, 14th June, 1934. [44tf] tened brig ROSE,CapL.HOLMES;is.nqV II I.
HALF PAST 10-IN manity." 4._' IQading, and will sail about the loth inst. ,.
MR. St.
,1 f :(., Tranquillity had been entirely restered in I. Editor of the Southern Patriot: for the above port, and can accommodatea .
**).JOns'and TTo E notice, that on The first day of September few passengers. Apply to "
1 The announced his DEATH -
insurrection near Sir-O'Neallehas epinbn -
appears next, al Providence, in the.. State oJ. KERR & STURGESS."
3 ';!f hare been ef considerable extent in the thzt. the Test Oath is unconstitutional, Extract of.a letter" from.. Trinidad. de- Cuba. Rhode Island, we will proceed to lajke.vje.deposfr S.. %hrk< 1th.lq34. 4'.2\v .., ...

1 f Ter Clty and to have only' suppressed by and is giving his reasons. lie says that the dated April 20 : : .' tions of William J. Cross, Benjamin G. &rno freight or Passage for Chen lesion.

i t iCXertlDs and at an immense loss'of life Court arc unanimous that the Convention exceeded Filomeno Vicenia, known as Caniqui, and 1 George J. Tyfcr ; and at the Exohaftgfi cift The supe..or coppered and copper- I

I :: Mucb alarm had its in allegiance, and to be familiarto the City of New Orleans, in the State.'of Lduisfc-. ,, fastened schr. ELIZABETH, Captain i It t
( been created in London power defining which latter name ought quite Jo .
t State' na, on the first day of October next, jafillfp'ro-?-, NABB, is daIy:r expected at this pqrt ,
procession it be due exclusively to tho who have visited
to Slates
the Trades Union United
declaring in
, con- many the ceed to take tile deposItions of Ira Earqunston, from Charle ron, and wilt take a return ,
Jng of 300,000 men. It however passed as it was called for a specific purpose and this place was shot en Sunday the 20th April. Levi H. Gale, Judah P. Benjamin to be read as" cargo on moderate terms, and can cam .

; .,:Joer v.llllout any collision between them and I could not extend &its action to any other. He'was on a fishing excursion with a few o' evidence in three sails, depending in the S'uperiQrCourt fort blr accommodate a few passengers. FT terms,

I }k pol'''ce and soldiers, who were called out u 11 O'CLOCK. his companions to thesea: shore, about three for the County of Leon, in the Middle District -apply St. Mi"kg to .rune'1th. 1814.13ifj KERR[ STURGES;

r lpeat number. "Judge Johnson is now delivering his opi. I miles distant from the city, where he was sur of Florida, wherein Robinson &. Co., and -
7 The Robinson \V eden & Co., and Levi H. Gale are TOir.V PROPERTY FOR S.JLE.
Teat Oath i is con- of sent in pursnit ,
declares that the men.
accounts from Portugal favorable nion. He : prised by a p.arty
arc Ear
THE subscriber offers for
k and defendant. ,
t the void. How and robbers who had plaintifls, .yOU are t
i. cause of thc queen Dona Maria. All traiy to the State Constitution, and of a gang incendiaries : BALTZELL & WHITE.Att'y ::: HOUSE & LOT in the town of Qiiincy:

ports in the north have been taken by Nand Harper' opinion may be, I connot learn, till : fired and robbed a house in Trinidad the night fir"j''t&} I The lot is extensive,containing three-Acres

r. thus all communication between the departure of the mail i previous. He was seated on a rock fishing Tallahassee, June 12th, 1834. (44 4w) ,_ of n ,and is situated in a pleasant part of the vilft&e.
. DQ ) __ _... ..._. anrl sopiilfT nil of '
11gue1 uL -I-- .i."I1.... .. < nQDfta. There nee on the premises comfortable outhouststhe -'
and u I respectfully, "- ---''' --- --- -- -
other foreign countries efl'ec11ycut am yours. wiled lUUpait./:: i o wanted for JVew York.
; he into the sea, Freight dwelling is a two story frame building, on aplan
. off: Miguel himself is still with all i a retreat cut off, plunged i 1 i The schr. WASHINGTON, Capt. well adooted to the climate. Terms, Cash,-Negroes .
forces concentrated at Santarem, where COFFEE HOUSE CORRESPONDENCE. where he showed them that as well as a swift SWAIM, will sail hence about trie first or approved credit. For further particulars: ,apply -

,.m probably be shortly attacked ; but the WASHINGTON: CITY, May 22. runner !he was also an excellent swimmer. He of July next, and will carr ..freight to the subscriber. "
3 It throw thc dagger which it is made' A SUSAN S. SNELL.
ordered to away application
important of o\v, early
the is tho Committee was
recent events en- of the Bank examining -
The Quincv, 16th 1834.
Ce U f body of 2 in the report resolution he held in his haud, and to deliver himself up few passeugers: can' also be very comfortibly accommodated May [43 tfjADMINISTRATOR'S .... !
f {P' Spaniards has come, and the concluding
Q His reply was, < that he would ne- by applying to : NOTICE.
UlCCofTraa.os-Mcmtes in pursuit of Don is-what think you 1 of course you will say a to justicc. and that if they did not shoot I KERR &. STURGES. ALL persons having demands against. tHe late
os-this is stated to be the has violated its be taken alive, BROOKS, of Jefferson County, deceased
d merely van- scire facias after the Bank life.' He TO accordingly June Hth, 1834,._ (tf44) ,
of a I Urge asserted-but it'is' not a scire him, he would take his own are herebjrrecjoired to present them \ ithout delay to ,
* f A. army. charter as is no, : shot-being about sixty yards from Notice.I the subscriber, and all persons indebted to gaid estate

j || fery general' opinion prevailed in Lonthat facias, but a silly resolution, resolving. upon at flash, he was fir- are also required to tie the same.
and every against trading -
I the Governments of England and arrest of Mr. Biddle and all the Directors fora the shore diving before he was hit.- I HEREBY' forewarn all persons Julia Ann Howellto HARRIS BURNEY, ,8dmifl strai'.
: were cant help ed at about fifty times for a NOTE given by June 7th, 1334. [43tfJCIRCULAR.] .
about !
take Fiddle de dee one
1.I :" t. some decided mea- contempt 1 When the fatal ball struck him he exclaimed \V m.. I'. Barnes, fir S 205 25, payable one day -'-,,' i
: > relation to tttl nffairs of the Penin- at the end of such a fuss. What i Said ( .) t
exclaiming and sunk in about four fathoms after date' ;
? What farce Whata va, struggled it will be ,& POST OFFICE has been established at
all this amount to a been fraudulently obtained, not paid.
'l\e will of water. He was immediately got on -..&. Key, Florida. All letters and papers for persons I
Corte of Spain has been convoked. lot often penny writ-fillers, attacking a mere tied on a horse and taken ta the city, COTTON' B. O'NEILL. residing here, at Cape Florida New River,'Kayo, !

I flVCcafi is composed of 50 articles, corporation 1 shore,_ exhibited for several hours in June 14th, 1834. [44DURING ] Biscayno,Duck Key, Key Vacas on board the.Lightship
I doubt whether there is where he was the North Mr. WAL Florida, or any of the wrecking! vessels- (excepting -
I absence to ,
.the mode of meeting of the legis- In the first place, to the satisfaction of the my will reach their
market Pizarro.) most readily
I at this resolu- the square is authorised to settle and trans the
h1' ibutes .f the Cortes, and is signed any serious intention of passing one public, who had assembled in large numbersto act all my business-He will be found at my officein intended. deStination, mailed for this office.| ; .
I 1nuUsters there be not one word nor H. s. WATERHOU8E.P..M, :
of state. The publication of tion-but if dreaded and ferouciouiCam- Tallahassee. THOS. G. GORDON '
, .dteree had_ given very great and general L syllable ought to be utiered. against it by the see the. .'long 20th May 1834 (42tf4 ] Indian Key, Flo. May 15th, 1834. (43tf)- tr
-Lion in Madrid. OiUQn fa. the Houw. '\ ho

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-- NOTICE. In Superior Court, middledistrict- Leon County. "CONSUMPTIONCURED. : excellent FOR well SALE' .0

Law KERR & STURGES 1 AN been built famit1 OACn I
al\IIE in
partnership formerly between for
existing forclose use a. few .
Petition to
of Wm. Williams I
John P. Booth and James D. Westcott Jr. bath assignee DE LA MONTERAT'S COLUMBIAN VEGETABLE perfect repair, with a very good years bu 'I .
CrION TS : (I Mortgage. I set of R':
\ er dissolved by P
agreement XIII.

I March 1834. ** is hereby given to the said Theodore Flo- the most valuable remedy ever yet discovered for I A pair of well matched CAI\RIAOr. 1101

I II A CARD. i. ll tard, and to all persons claiming, or to claim by, the cure of Coughs Col"COQlllmption, Jsthmz I Carriage Horscs. can For be bought, (if preferred,) J. 't f
under all interested, and'ail diseases of the Breast and terms apply to t
him and
through, or to persons S Spitting of Blood, I j tor)
t:>JUtS WCBTCOTT JrmoR declined a continuance in SALES.-The subscriber that petition to foreclose on lots in the J. BOYD, Philadelphia. ItI EDWARD LOCKER3JA
a a mortgage
tike office of Secretary: of Florida and accepted the CommillilionCJr AUCTION havingloca- Lung Prepared by April, 26, 1834. [:?7tf :gta
U 8. Attorney for the Middle District chiefly that be might : in Tallahassee, proposes to do a gen city of Tallahassee, (original plan,) No. 181, 182, & I I composes the disturbed i nerves, gives strength .to the ] T i

devote his tune citlutj. tly and unremittingly to the practice of eral commission business, regular sale days, Tuesdayand 201 ; mortgaged William Williams, and by said Lungs, repairs the Appetite,improves the Spirits, etc. PER schooncr C l\rlf.: dmonston o.
the Law, and he inform bu friends in Florida and elsewhere Saturday. Williams assigned and transferred William Kerr Rill 1 of Directions accompanying each bottle of the the subscriber ls in ,

that all bocineM entrusted to him in the Court of Appeals, in He will also attend to administrator and othersales and Robert Sturgcss, has been fiied this day in the out in a most conspicuous::: manner ccivmg from Charleston daily expec' I
Specific pointing S.CaroIini
any of the Courts of the Middle District, or in the Superior ,
in the ROBERT J. HACKLEY. Clerks office of the Court of Leon County. different of the disease a ".."r onror 1
! Court of Jackson and Franklin Counties in Writ Florida or county. Superior all the symptoms in their stages CORN, FLOUR
ef Decatur and Thomas Counties Georgia will receive theXBOit March 23d 1833. 33tf Dated this 18th march 1831. and particular directions respcctm thc treatment whileusing For sale SALT&c&c SfI

punctual and awiduoui attention. N. B. Instruments of writing executed with neat- JAMES A. BERTHELOT, it, together with many well authenticated ccrti.ficates on Consignment. Individuals: "'ishi :

.Tallahassee.. May. 14. 1834 ness and dcspatch, bv R. J. HACKLEY.. march: 22, ((32tf.) For pelirmers Kerr & Sturges.1O5 of cures, etc. I. of the above articles, 11a.be\ tl\orty immedt I 1:1

! MIDDLE DISTRICT : DNREW JACKfON.-The RJGWAKDPROCLAMATION In consequence of the great and increasing: demanofor St. Mark JOHN BLAIR PENt'. JCKcca
: no.PI..ted $ !', pril 8th, I8.;. .
reduce the [3
' Superior Court-Leon County. and full blooded horse: this specific, the proprietor is enabled to tfJ ,

I'I WILLIAM BRIGGS1 ) In d'AtDU1Y U : assumpsit.
within the reach of all persons. Florida, Leol1 Gj h i

I'I I f CHARLES a: ASH, ) Summons 11,060.( hassee. will stand tfee insuing season at Talla !pQ mW. !!lf.) Dr. CJlAP U 'd Anti-Dyspeptic Pills. Held at the City of Ta1larise County.'on

!f Attachment issued March 10th, 1834, for 1180. GOVERNOR: OKKI.OKIIH.TWO These Pills have been successfully used by thou the 2Jth day of Tbu J
This Stallion is so well known throughout the Southern HUNDRED DOLLARS is hereby offered I April, 1834
States and this successful slaves sands who can testify to their superior efficacy (over A. SLAUGHTER & C. q u.
I Territory, as a racer, the apprehension of two runaway LABUZAS
THOMAS in the cure Dys-
other remedies now use)
\' I : that a detail of his performances is not deemed ncccs charged with the mm der JAMES ROUNDTREE, many Complainants
In debt S
vs. pepsia in all their complicated formsthcy give i
,! :JOHN LAUDAMAN, who is im-}[ Summons*2000 sarY. Esq., late of the county of L"\vnds and state of Geor the debilitated of digestion, repair the appe-I against }
I He is seven years old, of the best stock in the United gia. The deceased was murdered in Leon County, organs CAROLINE JANE IU-GGOtD
Iii pleaded with James S. Linn, ttitcrclnoves and sickness of the stomach, ha-
ii i States, being sired by the famous Timolcon, one near the line between Georgia and Florida, about one naU l i ndminisr.nttrix of James G. Ri old' InC '!r.
1834 for
Attachment issued 5th 11,290. of the heart ;} iJ a
!. April I II I of the most celebrated and famous colts of old Sir Ar- mile above Mannings: on the night of the 2l1th bitual costiveness, hca -ach, palpitation contain I deceased, and n i harJ and :\hrr Iting: dec

I chyhis dam was by the high bred imported horseWhip inst. The persons char l"d with the murder aforesaid and many other nervous affections. They no gol'T, Defendants. II*
EDWARD LOOCKERMAN1 Mercury, nor do they sicken the stomach, they are a I S
the W.
his horse Col. R.
grand-dam by imported Tupp. are black man belonging to
& WILLIAM P. CRAIG, trading mild and safe cathartic : there is no restriction in diet IT: appearing to the satisfaction: of -J'e
He is blood of hands the '
a bay-upwards sixteen high; I named CRITTENDON, formerly property I COurt
under thf nain., style: and issumpsit. or drink or to wet or cold while uinJlcm.. defendants do not resid.in the T., tl : I
In and unites great strength; with beauty of form and of John S. Shepard, Esq. This fallow is about exposuc in the State of 'rril. r' ba
firm of LOOCKERMAN & Jiuuo, action. t live feet eight: inches high, active and well made, and Bill of directions vill accompany each box of Pills, .Georgia : On million Of th,tl), '
nants counsel is 1aT
: vs.THEODORE Certificates of his Pedigree will be furnished. about 'JO or :!:5 years old, he is a daring and hold vilian. i-! winch will fully explain their effects.Froin it ordered that (1fllCj the said' d'v

I LAPORTEalias TERMS $25 to insure, (the owner to pay tithe marc The other slave! is a mulatto, named: JOE, the the well known reputation (,f tncsc Pills\ for ants do app< ar here on or I lwfIrc the g:!;( ;Iondl S
Count DE LA PORTE, f the and the and fonJlcr' bcrd many years, the proprietor (J. DO YD, Philadelphia) October next, and; answer the roaii.Iain\nt! bilJJ: "
is traded
$10 of
1831 forG97 52.THE )-$15 season ; single leap- property ViIliamVrart, Esq. r
Attachment issued January 1st, said !lull! will be taken *
$5 will be added to the above rates if not punctuallypaid Ion to Littlebury Jones, Esq. of Gadsden County. deems it unnecessary to give any further detail of pn confes antI the I

said and all others in by the first of June. march 8, 1834 30tf.Q JOE is much freckled,-has blue eyes, and is about !5 them. A fresh supply has been received, and for v-lc r h.reof.! decreed accordingly I : lVn-t'cJ : : atUr
& defendants in cases, this order' bo inserted in ,1CPpublished py
will take notice of the issuing of said *Season commcnces on the 8th day of March, feet (i or 7 inches high, and well made, he may at- hy appointment by K. B. I'ERKINb. in Tallalwss'e he Fionlun!, .1I1CWspap-

11 Attachments as, abov stated and arc also\ required and.. end on the 8th day of June._ t*'mpt to pas as a free man and may change his name; Tallahassee, Nov- 23d _15tf I successively, previousto sail once* first Wl.k t'lr f\1II1fJnf: Co
I In he is abotud'J old. fCrONE HUNDRED DOL Monday till
to appear and plead to the declaration filed in said SAW GINS, manufactured by Jas. Boatwnght years ((1Cnp ) ,L ff rJfUclo:
3 I LARS REWARD, will be given for each of the above FRESH DRUGS. [ } ( n
cases respectively, according! to th" statute in such Columbia, South Caroliny, for sale by the Marshal of :May 10. f.l9.jn| .TAS s.:
n described slaves if delivered to LINN
Case made and provided. Dated May 12th, 1834. JNO. BLAIR PEACHY. \ Cit AlTh
:I\Dm rPmp.lFWmIEn! g"
,I I. the Middle District of Floiida, or to the Sheriff of the :> 9 I Al a. Superior Ciurtfor the .1] +
of Leon or secured in jail in this Terri : received a full supply' of fresh drugs, :spices, DiJtrilt;
1'j county any JeST Florida
.... 40tf Att'y for Plt'tTsft 1.700' bushs. SALT coarse and fine-apnlv. as above. torr.1) etc etc Leon County, Ca

OF FORECLOSURE OF MORTG- February" 6th, 1833.! -[26tf] Given under my hand at the City of Tallahassee Also, sii;;tir boiler's Thermometers, graduated to 300 hell at the City of T.IIiahFSt.: no Ior.jJ tcr

NOTICE All persons interested will tako notice that DYSPEPSIA AND JIVER-COMPLA1NIV- thi -J9th day of March, 1831 and I degrees, on brass, scales of 2-J inches ; Litmus'l'umcr- 21st day of April, IS31 J t:'J' as

I III, the '' Central Bank of Florida,'* intend to institute Professor of PhysiologicaMc-! of the Independence:: of the United States the I ir, etc. : :Maynard and Noyc's rjebratcd Iiio, and Ink JOhN ROBER S.. C.mpLtimnt. in

auit upon a certain mortgage made and executed by dicine, who, for several years, has devoted his entire Fifty-Eighth p Powder ; Lowe and Rctds p-inir.*: CM'.rine tooth .1am5: : tPII1Jbl:1 1|! : : |

"William\ G. Burgess and Mary Ann his wife on the attention to the treatment of chronic or inveterate diseases ar.'V'1.. P. DUVAL. wash, the bst article known f'r dibcasttecth; and KLIZAHETII RUm RTS. DctVn.hnt J f r 3. D;;.

13th day of March 1333, unto \VilhunVilIianls! of has succeeded, by chemical analy. i and synthesis Dollars. gums ; Billiards Oil of Soap for clean >mg Woolen uppeirm-: to tin: .satisfactiof wrce.

and upon the south half of lot No. 95 and the whole of in forming a combination! from several proximate $205 cloth; salts ot Lemon, for removing ink and stains in IT afri.liut of the : he Court, f J
1 j lot No. 96, in the city of 'Tallahassee, and the stores, vegetable principles, to which he ha* given the N addition to the above reward. the chirms of f cloth ; Lucifer and Phosphorus nritc*;"s ; Osborue's} 'itIlt resides In the S.ttc on.plainant.of ;.Soth, that! the df1::I!.

dwelling house, kitchen, stables, and other improvements name :Mrdicinae Stomachirac et Hepatica- ; which has Tallahassee and vicinity offer TWO HUNDRED celebrated water colours, etc; beautiful ';I L ss ink stands! motion of s -irl ( ? Carolina, : 0: f-
far efficient than heretofore AND FIVE DOLLARS also, such further sums,, and Pounce boxes and medicated Hnrbin.\nt, by c..ltsd, it ,r
thereon to secure the payment of a note for proved more any remedy ; ; fancy loztng ; I tiuv. :: the ito andp2
$2,000'en by said Burgess and Green H. Chaires discovered, in curing those distressing maladhs of I as may be contributed by those who have not yet had I patent barley, }powdered, sago, etc. etc. All of which the hi nn'y.3! ..! ,nnir. ; .;

(as security) to said Williams on the Mme day, pay mind and body, which arc generally comprcnende an opportunity to subscribe will be sold! clu-ap for cash or approcd credit. lay ill Oetoh'r co'i,1lainarr noxi-ihe, 011 arl or > tbrc the first Jlor.
Tallahas -Mar.-h h tA11. :HI tf.INSURANCE > ; i'lit will beoufe.so
der the sweeping terms DTSPEPSIA and LITER-CJM- E. B. PEltKI S. t.lk
able January: 1st 1834, with interest 10 per. centum, ,' and! r!h,, matters then of l upro
; <
from date, and which note and mortgage have beenaisigned PLAKTS-It is likewise an almost certain cure for enlargement .- Tallahassee, Den:mbcr Mth Idtf PnH, d, a.". ,"y..t. thi> order be rr.arcnrdin. ?:! for
by said Williams to said "Central Bank of of the SPLCIK. 111 the ; ap
Florida"-And that said Central Bank of Florida"has Among the symptoms of Dyspepsia Li er-com. N EW DRUG STORE, M.1rn.I.vJL-ThL sub- 11tlal, \nft\, p-ip'-r publi-lird I at TalahassceoDce.

this day filed j its petition (telling forth said note plaints, are flatulency, sourness or burning in the stomach 4 scriber has just received by ship American from wCk, tor three months 'llrcL::>lnl r, prnlouS to Sa*

i: j and mortgage and the assignments thereof and the a. melancholy,, irritability, disagreeable taste inthc TI1C ) New York a complete a&snrtnunt of frrsJi and frs::: Momhy October.
mouth inc Drugs and Medicine, also paints, oils, p"a 'SU1I1-1 l ( A copy) Tc -t<\
xnount due upon the same), to the Superior Court for ; great irregularity of appetite, which is sometimes r- ". I : \
stuffs medicine May 10. [rn.: m] J.\S. ?
the Middle District Af Florida, in and for the county voracious and at other times greatly deficient ; dye: patent' prrfumerv. :.ur L1XX.CI"*

d of Leon, in the Clerks office of said! courtnt Tallahassee thirst, fetM breath, nausea, weakness of the stomach st'rtimcntt, etc. etc., comprising syrup, sarsaparilKi! sale on consignmciif, 2"l> sadt"Vr Ci

i -and have also filed therewith said original; mortgage and eructations, palpitation, drowsil css.*, 1 regularity) = 1\J = cxt. Bclladona, ext. cicuta, extract quinine, prussiatc: FOR bundles IIA V. Orders must he accomrme Si:

j j and have prayed for the foreclosure of the equity of the bowels! pressure on the stomach after meals! iron, sal martis,digitahiss i corrt\.i\ sublimate, turptth 1 by theasit.. JOHN BL/III I'EVClif to

li redemption of said mortgagors and all persons claiming pain: in the head, dizziness or vertigo ; confusion of L- ;i mineral, isinglass,iodine, hum kino, Henry's magnesia April "fi, 1 I3-1. [ >
27tf _ _
mind, attended with the loss of manna, sulphate morpliium, musk, oil croton, Englishblue -
I by, through or under them, in and to said: mortgaged memory, a gnawing#L. -
i, J property, and that application will be duly madefor in the stomach when empty, chilliness, affection of mo.i8, pulv. antirn >niales, hellebore, squills, sago, .

such j judgment of foreclosure, and other proceedings eight and hearing, pain and weakness in the 1 inch. ergot, forerugruk seed, cephalic snuff, isinglass: issue

I 4 had on said petition according to the statutes in such languor, disturbed sloop, cold feet and hands, tremor plaster::, Swaims panacea, ditto Vermifuge, quinine,

I case made and provided. Dated, February 22d 1833. uneasiness in the throat, caugh, pain in the side 01 strychnine, morpliium, breast pipes nipple shields A

rI I JAMES: \VE8TCOTT Jr. brcast, &c. cupping instruments, complete with pumps, stoma>-Ii

,Petitioner. The above maladies lend to organic affections of th pumps, complete with metallic pumps etc., electric,il!

"28tf] Attorney stomach, }liver, and heart, terminating in Dropsy,Con battery, glass funnels, glass stopped vials, lamp glass! ,

MIDDLE I DISTRICT : sumption, Apoplexy, &c. according to the climate, bali against loss or damage by FIRE can male and female urinals, crown l lancets, turnkeys, a

t Superior Court-Jefferson County.JameeL.Partsla4) its, age, sex, and temperament of the patient. \ the most favorable terms, on appli- hawk bills, surgeons aeedles, pessaries, trubi'\s, gold!
Prepared by J. P. PETERS, M. D., MUlcdgeville nctionto the Subscriber, agent of the Protection Insurance leaf, carmine, camel's hair pencils, water cc'our! paints, a

In Covenant.: Inventor and sole proprietor.Testimonials.Numerous company, Hartford Connecticut. In every apephcluon carmine saucers, self syrenges, some of the very \'al-! 11!
Jtartin :1mtr. Summons ad retpondendum for the lair Cash value of the property must bestated uablc preparations 5fr. GEORGE W. C
: certificates: might be ad \RTENTER, I .3/ ) E and sold wholosnlc and Be-
\ $2r>00 damsgc.Attachment duccd relative to the extraordinary cures pcrformec' and satisfactory: evidence, furnished of the correctness Philadelphia, (viz.: ) cxt. sarsaparilla, foi pu- ,living the I hAl
Otic ell E. ASlbf fr of the representation and the in Frederick county, by C Ilenuconcerned !
J moral blood
god the
these invigorating enerall ". JIll
by using medicines but the following jyatrm :
issued IGth 1000 i ; arc thought I }
May 1831, for S sufficient to satisfy the minds of the most skeptical : cliaracter of the applicant. The solvency of the Office Ext. Buchec for complaints of the bladder, uretlll1.ett' in the Patent with l'"r. ?.
damages. and its fairness and punctuality be The above( Ointment 13 otf''fcd to the public a
From Dr. James EvelL Author the Medical may confidently relied comp'd syr.lh.crwort, an invaluiMc! rc/ntily f lr
] of Companion I. on. 1-:. B. PERKlrSTallahMcce. cafe and certain remedy furiFiose! ob>tinate th"' *.
coughs, cnnsumption, etc. citr ted kuli for tie: .
I II James L. Parish, } In Case. or Family Physician.NEWORLEAXS : FC.J.. 22. 1831.: 27tf neutral mixture, Harrowgate salts, the celebrated mnlrng; medicines some of which have so jUg btlhd} the DIil! ofrueiciscience. :
IJ II vs. > Summons ad respondendum for Dec. 20h' 1833. I, .
of Mr. ,
OsiccU: L. Burt. ) 2,000 damage To whom it may concern.-This is to certify, that 1 .1'' R OAND'S'I'oN1C1lXTtJRE.Varranted Thompson Kidder, Boston ; \ ic. kclj-s I 1st \\'hite SwclIingKof Avery description.
S botanical said be
Attachment issued May 16th, 1334, for $ 1000 amages. have witnessed the operation of Dr. Peter's Jtrdieina '-\ a perfect and lasting for drops, to a most certain and t'tcnial 2t! Sore Leg. and l"icer-;,f long standil:;.
Stomachic et in urc for the Fever and Ague. For sale remedy every arising from an inq-urc 3d
Hepaticat a number of very obstinate >chirru- (ilandular' 'I'u niour. p.irticnf'ir'fthose ', '
and Liver-allcctions wholesale! nnd retail. by FLETCHER' state of the blood, and humours,Relf's B. drop!?" asthmatic r.
Dyspeptic long standing,likewise hardened tumours in women's breasts whiclif'ii: !
for female
defendant in said casc?, and all others inte- in several cases of the enlargements of the plecn & IESTCOTT! Dn.gzht; Jppalachi- pills compiling, obstructions, hypochondria timo.terminate in ulcerated cancer-
I THE will take notice of the of saiJ and its affects ; (o!'Z, I etc. auti-l>illious, pills, vegetable specif.-: : for
issuing: were truly astonishing. I have no hesitation 4th Felons, or what.soma people know by th caa
Attachments as above statf d, and said defendant it in declaring it the most valuable preparation Li I hereby appoint: <'5s. Fletcher and : dyspepsia and indigestion, rheumatic linament, H'mtcrssypliiHticmcde. o Catarrh, of exerj dc-criptioii. .

also required to appear and plead to the declaration : for those distressing ailments that has ever como with r 1 WVsicotlmy a':<'HtS for the sale of" Row. Dumfrey's ointment, pile n-iiu-dy, 5th Rheunntic Pains of the joints

filed in said cases respectively, according to the statute in my knowledge. JAMES EWELI., M. D. I ,' .-nil's Tunif Mixture"' in the Territory eye water, British anti-sceptic dentnticc albioa corn Pth Sprains and Hruiseaof: oriiwnatever ;

I in such case made am' provided. Wilkes County.Gr.o.. Jan. 1834. _ jf Florida, Eastern I'nrtof Alabama, &i plaster, Cambrian tooth ache rills.Vith other articles part iitintc. cvtry Jescriptroa

I II I II Dated May lth, J lt 33.tltf : The undersigned can bear testimony to the Western pirt of Georgia ; who are ahlt tl> furnish too numerous to mention, the above for sil>- low 7th Tetters of an! kindtf. lu this '
I II superior the said medicines tor cash, or an approval! credit. E. C. LED_\ l III). c.'lllaiutlhp r\
I I J. D. WESTCO( T, Jr. Att'y for Pk'Js. efficacy Dr. Peter'sI'dicinr* Stomichii-n- lic favourable to all who may apply to ihnn on Mamnna, t'ctol.er( 26lU-1 Itf t. Ient, in apjiiyin the liltrcnt. l( part
elms as they cMnin from the Dn'b
pAtcae in the cure of Dyspepsia und Liver Complaints! : proprietor out of w1ier-

Solomon Allen and ;Moses Allen, from personal experience. himself." :Sfrn"''l', DRUG STORE FOR SALE. 6th CiuihlaiiH. or parts afFected hv fro.

trading under the name and style \yM. JOHNSON.. "JXO. It. RU\VAD. : THE It i: alt--* one of the best remedies for Burns ar.JScaUs
ofS. & 1\1. ALLEN. Dr. P's "Philadelphia.. Oct. 21t'n l *.n." 2rf| subscriber \s lulling; tu close hiabusiness
:Medicinre Stomachics I the
Hfpatix are I eases pain anil draws the fire out ic a
up will sell his LsfiblMiment
t.s. ATTACHMENT. I in parcels wi'h full. directions for using. From one: UOCTOllJOHN ..UcLKMUIiK.RESPECTFULLY I if "nsist.n of Frc.sh.and Drug LRUGSk : short .
John T. Barr, Sam'l. and I to three parcels! wnl be necessary to complete a cure. : inform his ri/'Juls t!'..li tr has MEDICINES, Patent genaine MtdinneSur I I For Inflamed Women's BrCs': and (;llanduhr.Swellings I : ,

Henry Knecland, under! the atyli The price is $j a parcel.A duties! of his J Instruments I it i superior to any irpdicine jet known
po-fcssino.:: g"'In' ice. &cw itli the fix-
of JOHN T. BARR & Co. great quantity of the above very valuable preparations L- Nc.v 23J 1 't'L.UH. lures and furniture extremely low. The the medical t faculty' It i is much t.afrr than merorMl,
defendant and ail other concerned, are will be kept constantly: on hand assortment of prepartion of that material. because itdoi-j
by any )
THE is i
rfALlO: : selected tnd will( he told' either
notified : nt vliaiclious-j: ot the subscriber.! : together or inparcels.
that :
an Attachment in the abovecaso I:. B. PERKINS T.illahissec! not la tho liable from
S. I patient to expose J.c
injury t
on consignment; Druggists add Physician will t find 1 it to their )
; has been sued out of the omen of the Clerk of the \Vho is Authorised to dispose of them either
at wholesale I
I 85 bundles pressed HAY, int- rest to call and examine the articles and coldThis
Superior Court of Leon Florida and he and rctiil I p'ices.E. : ( c
: county, or on a.s reasonable terms us they can be 20 barrels Northern F!.' )jR C. LEDY Ointment has cured sores of many: ycara ?tam-
all others arc hereby required to plead to the declaration obtained of the ARV. : heal t
proprietor. \ ing. Where it is impossible! or imprudent to tic
25 do. IRISH POTATOES ltrianaaV.. F. 2 Aril, 1831. [35-3w
I in terms of the statute. JOS. PRIESTLEY ; ] r
PETERS. sore iu of the bone becoming:
5 furkins of Bu'ri'lit.April consequence
r EDWARD CHANDLER, The following: are few among the many persons that 12 1831. DOCTOR J. EDWIN STEWART carious or rotten, it will stop the progress of the carl:
t 23 [353'n.] : : CR .\NE.
April [33-3m) Plaintiff's] have been cither ,
: of-
Attorny. cniircly CUrt il or greatly benefited l ESPECl ; incroaso: the quantity of the discharge, temove the
> = FULLY offers his
4 |
JOHN \V. HEA VJJ.V J j professional services I
within the last twelve months : ftmiw
by the use of Dr. Pe % to th citi/cns of Tttllahassec: smell, and ease the pain.Itcuresthe .
I rI PLANTERS' ters' Medicina Stomachics $. > slttttchment. / and its vicinity as r
HOTEL. : -
\ Hcp.iticz within the worst Felons or anippication
slate of Geor it. ALEXANDER SHINN1E. ) a practitioner of iiicdicine. His offue is on Jeffeisonat nPhitow.\
: of 48 .
I f.; subscriber has taken the &NTER5' HOTEL : next door ? h. Perkins' hours.Rheumatmi
I A LL concerned to drugstore.
TEl will take
Mrs. Abner Hides notice that suit
Wilkinson. 0 which have stood to become!'
takes this long
::1 opportunity of Informing friends ..dl. has been Tallahassee, Nov :?3d 18S3- SI :
and the public that: his 1I0C.EvIII be for their Mrs. Capt. James Willis, do. : by Au.ich-nrnt in the above ----- 15 open re- Col Wm. F. Bond stated case, returnable to a Justice Court to h*> held 1.
Seption on the 1st of March 1831. do. UI: to remove them entirely. But in roost common
28tf MOORE. Wayne W. Egland% Esq. Laurcns. by R. J. Hacklcy, csq. in thr city of Tallahassee on I cases by applying this Ointment externally as direct J
J the first in \
Bryan Allen Esq. do. Monday pril next. The defendant and it give relief And even in old people, w'pztns :
t s.BROWN'S HOTEL. Col. John W. Porter Morgan. all persons interes'cd, arc required to appear and havo been of longer standing, it will ease ci
Sanford plead. FRANKLrJOHNSON
ti ON the West side of the Capitol Square, between Alexander Chapman Irvin Esq. Jones. March 27th, 183 >. |36-3-v: ) Constable., pain.To
Augustine Tallahascc Lsq Washington. sea captains and masters of voxels! this ointment
R\\ .; : !. andXesacoiaStrects:: :\ Col. Gco. G.Mathcws Court-elliddi
I A It' &VIIU.; .. A III., O) a.uuwuncn\;: wmcn uie subscriber Green. 34JOHN Superior lPLaridaLEON must be very valuable in winter on our coa t it being

I has removed) is nowopco for the purpose of HENRY,-Will COUNTY. KBRANTi very certain in its effects on Chilblains or parts affected,

public entertainment. stand at my stablein I WILLIAM B. NUTTA3X, with frost likewise: preserves its qualities il all1"'

_Sept. 7th 133. 4tf) THOMAS; BROWN.STRAYED Marianna and will be let Acting Trustee of mates
th to Mares at Twenty Dollars I WILLIAM L. HASKINS 4- Co.AssumpsIt: A large mass of testimony proving the value ofthr

the season, which has I vs. I In Attachment. most excellent medicine will be hewn to those WM
wish further
J information to
on applicalion
From the subscriber's plantation ;;a now commenced, and will
on the Mickaeooky, on the 27th of continue until the 1st day of August ; payable the 1st fD JL HE above cause has been instituted, and a writ .:H. tons, or to any of his authorized agent cl
: April, Two Young MULES'-large day of January next. of Attachment therein issued and made returna '- i' ;.I The above medicine sold by special appointment

of their age-colour dunn John ble to the next term of said Court. The defendant A FULL supply of Landreths' superior the patentee and warranted genuine.
or mouse-chaffed with the Henry full 5 feet 21 J inches high, a beautifulred garden,
| wagon gier. No brand recollected. sorrel, &.c.-in his form and action may be seen a and all others concerned, are hereby notified to appear herb and flower seeds just received and warrentcd E. B. PERKINS. DncccisT.
Any who and plead to the declaration filed in said fresh ; by 1':. B. PERKINS. Tallahassee February 21th 1831.
person may stop or aid in the recovery of a perfect model of a race horse : his colts from the case accord 2t
laid Mules shall be ing to law. II. W. BRADEN, Att'y for Pl'tffs- October 29th.!)
duly rewarded. most common Mares would do credit to any horse in 1 tf. REMEDY FOR RHEUMATISM.

May 2l1, 183, (Wtf.J) T. RA YNOLDS. America. He is 8 years old this spring, & was Sired Dated March 29, 183. [35-3m.)_ and fefcr'

by the celebrated old Muckle John, his dam by GalLxtm N- OTICE.-The utfice of the 'Commissioner of RO WAND'S THE excruciating pain-the decrepitude\\hich tin
WILLIS & old
DWTOll'S RANDOLPH have as- for the city of Tallahassee anclhf premature age ar
: a further knowledgo of his pedigree, reference : is at present kept in man/
usual suffered by
in the the disorder
and offer practice of mjdicine may be had to Col. R. H. Long, his present owner. the Treasurer's and Auditor's office in the Capitol. TONIC MIXTURE. tbe effr-**

fice between their professional services to the public. Of- I have no hesitation in_ saying that, that this Horse 29tflVILLIR! ALI.STONCOUNSELLOR _n__ _ Cnmmi"inn_ ........., ..,...,..... .'Ty T .:..._>_I_. _r .1 mis! u from_despair of a cure, or disappointment in
the Planter' Hotel and I ambcrt's. 82tRAIL Au L.ftui Piyoi valuable medicine is just cy ol the numerous pretended antidotes to eneuu"purpose.
he possesses both speed and bottom. In all the public races rI1Jlmm .io mWUl1W 1L AD.-liooks
os subscription are now open ran, his order and management are so well known, 9 hand. : LINIMENT,
Treasurer's that I deem it ( AND ATTORNEY AT LAW DR. JEBB'S CELEBRATED
office, and will be kept unnecessary to mention the perticulars, ,) IT IS WARRANTED TO BE I
for sixty days from the date hereof, for the o.per.j his race, however, with Thaddeus and Ajax, was very WILL practice in the Court of Appeals ;-The REMEDY FOR FEVER AND AoUE SAFE AND EFFECTUAL I even incases of longstanding and of the lost severs
IF bar
.. Stock of the Tallahassee Rail Road,subscriptions will respectable, distancing the field the second heat in 3m Courts of Leon, Gadsden, and Jackson THE DIRECTIONS. Reports TAKEN AGIEEA1LE'TO character, have received certain relief and many

I : be received at the above place during business hours 58s., without kit plates; vp to this race J. IL had never in the Territory of FJorit.land; in the Superior that this mixture contains arsenic having I I been circulated been cured in a few days, some in 24 hours! as t flU n-

: by CHARLES AUSTIN, teen shod or plated. After which race he was matched Courts of Thomas & Decatur counties, of the Southern the Proprietor to that these am directed by ber of persons in Boston and vicinity, who were formerly .

'I Secretary and Treasurer to the Board cf Director against Thaddeus, Two mile heats, for $500. t6 be run judicial circuit of the Statcof Georgia. Residence n"l am also authorised say to offer reports are utterly false afflicted with Rheumatism have \ery folly! tes.t .
a of 0-
Tallahassee, February 22d 1834. 28tf over the Quincy course in April following, and received -Tallaha, str. November 23d 1833. 15tf 000, Dollars to any one who will prm'e the existence J fed Certificates are in the possession of the Fr0Pf1 by

"' one half forfeit on that day he could have of the least i proving the most thorougn and surprising cures
; run a JOHN particle of Arsenic
.AND.-For sale a valuable! tract of land containI respectable race against horse J. ADAMS Mercury, Antimony, means of this powerful LI in cases wher.I 11
distance. other UIElT.
any any or any poisinous :
ingredient in
I 560 acres, lying near Monticello Jefferson (ATTORNEY JIT LAW it. I other failed.
In a private trial before the day of his race he ,) In order to approved uttery
prevent imposition from
county, Florida, belonging to Lawrence Hill of New- dash of 1 mile with a 110 pounds HAS removed from Quincy to Appalachicola Bay. counterfeits, no DUMFRIES EYE WATER !
((10 a heavy pairof persons authorised
York, this tract of land, is about one half hammock will regularly attend the Courts held except agents will be furnished by I.
exercising shoes in 1m. 53s. in at the
) ; a few days after the Proprietor with the For inflamed immediate eag fl ad
mixture to : sore or Eyes, gives
and the balance of oak, and well watered with Bay, at Q.uincy and Marianna and the sell again. I am
a his annual
spring : return from Quincy he run dash of ; term sole sail"I.relief.
a 4 miles for is most
with agent Middle Florida, and On recent sore"eyes. the effect
branch the of am
the assured M.
running through Court
; by
paIne : persons wishing to 110 pound. (a hot about the first of of Appeals at Tallahassee. Letters addressed .
day, May, (two Rowand that ( small the has been of BtandfJ
a complaint
except lot ry.YVherc years
the land will to James L. him to Mr.
aee Parish to Eccles)
Esqr times post paid, will bo attended to.
in the
Monticello who apply the at stand), one in 7m 58s, the other 8m 2s. not a single* bottle has been or will be sold and in some exceeding bad cases,the most nnex .
same, and for terms In February 7th, 1834. [f26tfl sent, or by
which will be liberal to in the summer following he had violent attack of the ) I him, to any person in Middle Florida, and desirable relief has been found in the use odiAye
apply me Tallahassee except to me :
I 1
will also sell the remaining lots, in the west additionto : blind staggers, which caused him to loose one of his A CARD.IL&MLIN I If Arsenic has been discovered in any mixture called water, alter every other remedy had failed. !

Monticello, and give a bargain if applied for loon eyes.in a sweat.In the fall he was again trained and let down V. SNELL ROIDanc, it mutt have been in some of the spurious imi- I ursons who have used i it, pronounce have it the met best pJ
AU for \
aration these ever
Nov23d TURBUTT R "V persons therefore, who wish the cODpl8iDtt
15tfJ : genuine
: Those who desirous of w'f
are to raise fine horses would ATTORNEY AT LAW. TALLMLiSSEE, FLO Muture-ehoMbe cautious of whom specially y in cases soreness or inflamation

tD1DT.W(8. m m1Bma( aifm a do well to patronize him. JAMES J. PITTMAN. Will'attend to business confided .o him with indus- it: My\ label: will be en every bottle sold they by purchase me-: standing. Price 25 cents a bottle. .he

A..L.AKGE and complete assort- Marianna, March 1st 1834.. .. 29tf try an punctuality. Dec. 21st 19tf : E: B: PERKINS Sole Agent for Middle Florida. None are genuine unless signed on the ot III

b Drugs and MOdicinesjust received STORAGE I STORAGE! STORAGE COTT Referenct.-BEN Jr., Esquires.CHAIRESandJASDWEST. riov z3d 15tf. immediate printed wrapper successor,by the to the sole lata proprietor Dr. VT., KIDDE. COD"

from New Vork tnd Baltimore sale wholesaleand TN addition his
to old ware-house the MElSrrSURGERY, &c.- Doctor' W. W. For sale at his Counting Room, over No- g.Coar;

retail. Cantr Merchants and Practitionerssupplied -B- subscriber has recently erected a spacious build Henry p. Yonge, announces himself to street, near Concer Hall, Boston, end also h sp

on the nv KVttrcrodating'srnsW ng 80 by 28 feet, forreceiving cotton and goods. Attorney &- Counsellor S Law I the citizens of Tallahassee and its vicinity, as a prac- I eial appointment b1 No. .

E 6EIXAS, TIMOTHY M'CARTY. I ; titioner in all branches of the medical profession. E. B, P RKDn'Jlt.I.NS.Ts11i1t2iW

lft\yi9 4k 1"g. 'hi r. adiaFIQrida.! St. Mwkc 17s.b1131.. Uti; 1LCYi4WV&I'L1lW4.. He has taken the office formerly occupied by Doctor ..

"" .. tftfir Awen, and caojo recently: pr. Crag* .8W i March le3j i

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