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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 21, 1834
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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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 )
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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
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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authorized to announce Colonel JAMS? I

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c:ua ,. FLORID It will be -
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:\ulhol'1cd to announce .a.1. WILLIAM perceived th.it there u a most
'TE:) acandidateto the tcrrim increase e ttrnordmary
,, \TT, represent of expense and
of
IJ -\mJ\,, the 2ih Congress of the UnitedJuly'27th : cers, and we arc told that it is offi.
f1f' 1 >;33.: SUIT justified by the
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very great increase
lli of business
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r'7f" jiuihonsrd to announrc I If lLI.l. .U B. = "LAIss This may b. at that t P ort.-
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order
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EZ NOUS FAIRE" to
a r.indi'iatc. to the
l' ., .rrr.1LI.OJ rrprwtnt House of the truth and satisfy thi.
rpf Fl Tida, in the .4tl' lYngrfisof the Uni'L m x mQ soundness of such
i to+ T[ J Ip33! : 5tfirfi& = VJltLCJ DUQ 'A1LA1l4lIOl justification, it is the intention of the a
commit.
i ditr i1r1 :! tee to procure from the
sag a 3c Treasury
f MARSHAL'S, SALE.rvirWf Q Dnpar'mont
'Iy-D
; 1\IORNING; IN THE NORTH f r ._ ., Q 'Y'"rtiDQ .21. a tabular. statement of tho
Fieri Facus
two writs of ) me tlcjiv.T'd. COUN1'R uuni tne boisterous -. amount of duties I
: 1 s'.iaH: rvpop-j at r.**..Mic suh' !1.t i"-c the dom of good humor and pleasant tree- Uh received in each year, or quarter of the '
the "f TalUhas, ; OF TilE DOMl. If' ntw.1r's morning, and had I; the dear blush that stole ; from f 1828 to this I year* ;
H' '
rapt time
tf'M: < ,)w': +usr in diy >:ce, An. drains to drink so main r O'.ldually over he r 1 ; and therefore i
t i *'.,; '."Ih tlnv; of July, J II.,.,., :nil tht-'rmh'. tiiJc, chin'n' ', hank heaven I h 't' ill of and lasses to kiss, on my way: th:,t fcanlntCk'ari"I; a=>ncu her the question.I facts are now submitted merely those '
ca'::;; JOHN{ Mrlvr.n, 'ilrc'iad, had : old be .( .you positively there was no such ever forget it or the I to warn the
:-t t that or pupil n'i 1 11; tor thing as ijetting; on', answer that cam r I House of the danger of
f J."I'1 I'I'JR: administratrix (f John 'elver, doS i domi dldin an er" ta! -heI somehow, every body I'S.Qcncd to know whispering from her lips into my N I proceeding; further in a
eger ear. ,
P Then inc.- t> ol
oJ\ : t i u :mi-It'1 the f"lowin t tle! "'*rilitd tracis of i I ( of ofGlaaomv H TPt l k h r In the Io :eay the truth f tts&ne was so amu.in. wonder I admire her still more and more naw, t course Illation! In which they must obviously ,
rr. The Est half r.f the :\ortll.\' .tt. u are and I may 1". when sV has become their in -
V' wit :- t'v: |1 I said sl1t1lting say new to mjfe) Igr I never had my sweet little! wile.{ grope way thc dark.
r l ':., r ,.!{ ?,..'ti."In S.\'t1te"n. TO\\ 1-.1111\; Otis, Uat 't'':'' : my Ho ., door, J IAiI!yr af run the gauntlet! of the Srgts t of fairly wonder I often think with interest of the N; o well aware !that the They were
Glasgow of-a, cJm'prolllict has
G'-.I:MI! and! Cast, cmuiiunIf+ : wf; the
lllt' not resist plea! revolution
: iht' \{ c;t half; of the Souti.-Wc'-t qnartrr of : I if it- moral Coving it as I went : ant though foolish adventures in the re.
A.t. nriit ir. Tm-.n-.hn1. ().H', S'\+uth of Ran! 'c Oic I,!I 1 psides. ujjl the along ; and, what with the !roRN1. G. of a yEU'.rEJu's ccipt of.Customs, and as materially! affecting
-a.m wishing of :
,. (r":11"I": .'.' 1">0 anJ .3-I till of an ar.rc. Iwjti j on I I. : .Cs, my 3 Vlkdv it} could eyerybodj a good new the services of very many of the officers t
r "I
=.%T. bcloncinr:"> th c.'.:.\("( 'J.1'I! M--Ivu, '.! enzics' ,iJ 1 not bet toe drams that Ind netted: with the collection con.
'- r.t"I'rtt' t d I < i'l ( of i
7 -. .c t"I :au s.1.tlfrld wnL: 111 f.nor (If j i.'lal: ,; i.: t t1U I i ; ;/ t spite b .' )\ began absolutely to forget mmS QHOCSE this they have just beet imposts. Of

't--; ."..lld Gc.+h.1'auut.cru;. ; n111 fir 1'Uual.,' I I, : ..1a .tock\! and scarcely to think of Inv OF RErEESEDATIVES Mav from tnc apprized by a letter w
1 ; 'llc 1 tli'1'I t.llr I ,1. t I. 7' .i,! h 9, 1SJ-J. Si-ctetary of the
,: r ".:1 :t.o} : l .1"" n'lin t c hsunlTfii 1 r Ii"I .lIn i ,1 : ; The following Treasury, trans-
I amendment
} t.-: 5. ?,. 1.: f\ L,1.:,1)ULl'ii, .'1. j i, 1 % I I have fa/ U ... ,.\ r- d up the High Strt'ft, a.a I Sutherland to the General moved by 31 r. mittcd to the Committee of H'av* and Means a'
ny A. A. I'ISIIEI:, 1) .'1. it ". ft c brae wLen Appropriation Bill so that the subject of the ,
Iatt .., ] rc and nl ri ; just as I being under amendment; t ,
...j J : (. !-.,t..3.d, ) j .; rr ,1-s1. tt got consideration : table is on: the '
11.1- ; --- ---- (: t.\r\ 1 face 1i' e..reai tonc corbells of the I "Sec. 3. now before two of your .
dnd committees
---\1: \it lL\L..S SALE. 'or.M. .. n ... "tt "- 1" n PIJroaching WIth can- *' further in stied, Tiat the one, general ; and the other 9 #'

.' In' \ .VOMIT, : *' of n -.tilt of Fr" F
L}be: .t : .11'0 !Itu4" el" tilt url'lior (,1urt., Leon oJnl1-. t' ,n". '1'.ck-Ilc 4 y \t&lpmUl- : ..,d Elf .rhHo01tn one
er"It' i"I'd, I siH! : !! ''ri :.Salu.u.ty; the 'Lh .lr ) ) llogmauy nt'nla I Nm'1f..tb' ; wI particle of information "
( ? 01.I I : can hear the +i' re to take the' 1"er8t 'S&n4..Il1 which upon
1 going s'\Jf s, ou eau found .I
( : ,,.\ .t n"rat ji'i'k',! s".5 i *, iffvrc 'JiiUour of thl'I I .. ,: asters, as if they ran qnd .JIw storm, and it*need,*d )little srgacity to perce1V !. c of".3Sj9WStates any thing like Safe 1 leI *
?out
"r,r-H: '.;1.. u> Tahr.-! ;, (, for rash nil the ri;! } \ of ami,$"," y 1
I II" ; ar.d the! voices of frcsh-HfitCT there: would-note be tli j I I .. ... ... .
A no
thl'' .. "-".'", ind .aini of JAMF.S L. :os, in anti to !j7 somctling do lass hay t v Mftuc i-ruji3urj'noi. otherwise app*>. -lat-rf., 11\'e opinion "IU (--r--.- :: ; {
'er'l, ::1"-II I ,,; .\1",110., ..2r/"., t.3n, ('J S 1.\1.1\11; tl Jenny: | IJrootnidaw come over my car with pcned to be passing at the moment: ; and knowing
jL i .;tS! /'JVSSIt; ;. tl'Q.S'ir: .i' '.rrtho'f L.: .\'D. to Mjttf. : .t ; monotony ; as if they were singing out by report, the impudent huaor of these black"uadstuJchts respective ;,U9a compensation tie
R,, \\ : i.!; i't' l'f t.w I >:.',1>'!11-}:,lst qa.mcr: they just :
one thotimtnd
- hunched
rea-
; (' of llancc Two North I silence. Lovely Jessv M protection. I took her year eight and thirty- \
r'ht :. ; 'fnwrhip :c and uzics-! at once under my wing, |
fi-ir. m.i: .*-.'thf:.i *. i.-tif 1 .f the I :'.n'ultti'!1 c.t. quart I y-moutie JcSSllca..ic.i and tvc''squoze1 ourselves up close to the wall, un' three, according to tho importations of tint t pct-he only wished tl) exclude the subject

r'V.v. .?, S' !(:;{:, 1 tW": .,|' and/ iliin-: ;(, levied onj 1 i : ? Or rather, what i is reality ? the storm should! blow pat. Short-sightcd mortal year, as they would have been entitled to receive I from a common appropriation law deigned

! I .. .,rn, '.' r...i .lIJ. L.:*.:.::", to atiify an execution I i k \vhether reahiy! is not a dream. that we arc 3lJcast.mvslttmusthanbccn if th* act of the 14h July, eighteen hun tl fur other purpose;; and where ; if once lodg- f,
1. '
.. ..-\.J f % .Ii" .cr..,- .l. "."t.1. ice. I sitter suspect'; dream to be other so in adopting it the mancnt oso inauspicsous a dred and thirty-two had gone into effect.'' t.'d. it might b e. pla 1 cd beyond the power of
; tS. ETON
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Tt AN11r'LPII.t1.rv
>i U n : I saw .Je> maurtu'rc.V hat the : Mr. future control
I sy coHtcrapati\'ev leaning nscally students had seen CLAYTON: observed that he --houl'J
\ A.1. r.A\IKH..PH. lizis'It.P ,
h. D.p. /
.. .T" '._!:.":. r..1! o bl: felt. almost her! sail IVel ringlets sweep 1 across my about hut me and the pilot bus, I am sure I know nat, be opposed to the amendment and he hopedbe j Several antf tidmcnts were then submitted
: her breath on they surrounded us kith with indecorous
: an
t.}. fd: ;. (r a'sa?* for t'it&iteThe .Ot1. I : Then we were silting;) tihcr slme-I; shout and a raird laugher, and began to pull u should have it in his power to show, bnforo to Mr. Sutherland's amendment, which, aOer +R r .

It.In'>) 0. ;ups rur co'ipc'ii: :! a'-d covpcrohr. I \ assembly. Her ana was ]linked out from under the shad,}.t. of the corbell.! I resisted he closed his remarks, by the exhibit! ,'i ol I considerable di-c..l:;sioii, wcr withdrawn, and i 1:.

11)f.: .' .t.,*':' ELI7.AUI.TIJ. Captain!: la we whispered, together behind hacks valiantly: : both on the part of the damsel and certain facts which he was able to procure( ina the question retorted on the original: amendment .

'd.to \xt:,. i.' orxily: \-i't-'d; tir tliis r ;rt S. : No myself; until I received late port visit to the of mu-htiorl J hJ the '
.r. "' .uj..l one saw and she was giri ; ? damage on the; head, al- city New York, t'rnt in vcr.JMr.
will l
::1 1 : t. Ifotdn.: 4aKe: t return -
'tr II ivot.'!: :ji rf-e>atc uns, :auj ,ai: com- i: confidence.) : She assured me that mo.U to the amount of a contusion, and broke my 1 the House will act very unadvisedly! if thtv '14- I : Ci.AVTo.v main rose and remarked,

'fpIS .' : .'J.1: .. )JJ.:. i4 f.'; pasr.'crs.: Fr t.:rms, m! Watson, !had no {,late in her af- brandy bottle in the fiat. At the instant the frail 1 gislate i a' present on the subject of slut* J j jIH thH: though. several amendments had been >ub- ,

}r:; iM i iJ iY .. \ ". KEHl .V. Jsffl.ijtl \ GC !: e !" she! ciied, "sec !" I looked, and vessel was sula:led, ant the precious liquor chn! > ;nt. [Here :Mr. Sulherl.ind raked to explain I !nitt+..l 1n'1: wi'htlnr.Mi. yit thry hid given rise .
' '' r.n1 ... : with another teats the f face of varlet in it
\1 Jani: iJ: .1. 1" i f caily maiden lint an inpudcnt a red the object of his *
-- !ls mine. He some one lwlll of the amendment, which h } very many insinuations th'it could :lot [Pos
: 1
.' eye caught sprang u- gown taking me by lappelof '
"Ii'I'-1t'1.. I up 1 the coat, tore it down .he breast like a shred of 1 did by a speech; oi some length : at the close! o; .y follo-.v them(, a.. h' Pelt it his duty to re-

< + ni' kf Ju.ije ai'.f" d.4'the'!. I wi1i C! up::"U Court:othcHonr1 lor U.f ..- : have 1.1 beeu sleeping: By St. Kcrti- buckram-while anotl}er villian, giving me a pluck which11'. Clayton r'onlJiJl1edl' lIn thoughtthe (p.r to them. The gentleman from N. York. ,
isle :
,. ,'.:r.if\ !- '... Isduu; ,;tar. .I-'hn' t*>"sell unTy:hc real <'it'tic of .i R :: ,' within live; minutes of twelve} behind, clean docked .olf a whole tail of my unfortunate House ought to be welt satisfied with the 1' .L. Camberleni' ;) had said, in substance that '

- :U.1 .Lt'\1.L.l.I.t. cf aid l.'-.111ty, ia it!.i.CTln.: .x- 'ur l )half an t hour's I CTOOJ.Ik! to 1\1 r. garment., Wiere the skirmish might have gentlcma.i's explanation{ lor it related to matters tho inqutiy made con:'* r lin*; thl'< condition of

a. i .r.i.'ii';: ..'. l. flat' i- '"', .. J {1.. .'-* ..'.-'.-I..'.; -t.ite. I 1i :, 1 =e, above the Cathedral l : and I shall ended! it i is impossible for me to say, had not another and things in general, and doubtless thrCustom House at heir York, was a smallbuincss. i. ,

w)1. 11. .W:".'.\LL. .J.t: :.,t.llr. i, first foot after il.: Ii' Watson is } party of the students attackeJ'a countryman; included every dispute which had taken pla*e l i

'\b' 2"h. 1,:4. {f43t.4w tl } and the and, having at the him 'hoisted
\ gets newyear's kiss of moment got up aslrnle in Lid:: House for the last
- I : three days : buts it Mr. here
[
5TVf 1 fLB: "Jl.. {p.u \h.1111.. ":::1. Ct.l'f ta shuii} break,} nn* trau L"ttle or my a long pJlc, they were so diverted at hi I did convince him Ca-nherleng rose to explain that ,
not that the :
't t'iI.i.n; *: a WaruL-u! in :t. il.rk*. uu-j dc'.i-: | 11 I drou n my&elf in the :Mniindinar} Burn, noise and swearing, and the appearance he made" proposition was he did not say the nquiry into the affairs of

t :. .: tat: : -.le\)110'h.l. :re tv 1-.1 Stp'.iTii. r :;v.xt. \I ,''I! 10\ (1'. that, turning aside from me and the ill} used lassie, either wise or just. What does it arnoiniit the Custom ouse: was a small business ; but ,

t ; W. C t L1LLBhat.i\ :. II wa, however, all rea.3y, full Jo the I was enabled! to fight my way clear out, by the to 1 That the dut-3; received upon the importations as to the number of clerks, and their compensation -

'I..I .,1."U.1 1. <4lf: ) I j c ; thick variant cab311ll the little bit heip}! of the brandy bottle; and away I set up the i of 1S33, decidedly the largest: that I he did consider it a very little mat '

A/a'r ..W.ZDEMY.u''u' I i ct( for the: old la-ly, and the small height of the !hill. }liHve ever accrued under this Government, tcr.1| ''

I 'ta 1 : shrub, to coax Jessy her-self:for; l)1)t'l, If tin're had been any suspicion of drink about >h-'uld) constitute the standard by y.-'ni'-h the II Mr. CLAYTON resumed by that ay
: ,;- : ;' wf.m Jtli.it t.Ui I.i* uiutiun. trill : saying the
rfi" !, : tootron lor}her me before this certainly I \vas now in a state of ,
: ;\\ ect cllcf1'v.l1jtphl fees of Custom HousiOfficers
:.* if r 'hem-! ;; ::-Tiof :?:'wdEu.3 tin Mui shaUjherciifterbe : ; : question was fast becoming one of little consequence -
'. 1'erhap a I niiirlit before \\lhiam j most melancholy: : sobriety, as I thought of disasters
; get ; my
.
: :: : d' J I ,11.1.l. :' : tfwfr.lt"n.! ;'If' "t regulated The House might just a= wfll by the interference of .
11!' K 11{t \1:1.; : H i>. i :. Ps-,4--sii: in Ue Cbs.j! \ if I only run last enough, a.s fait as and the unfortunate condition of my poor ascertain tho Blue{ t unnecessary
Book
.
.. D.riij:", ...,: ui Uit: ..'..I': .i-Ujr ti _"\1"r\.I'1.f. 1 1: !; .. :;.it.: do, on a r.f.uyear's ;ii.iniiig! coat. That I now was sober as a judge, wa- by what they received the gnnllem in, and the very little understand r
'__....crL. .. -i:i VViv i in rnvnm !kH" 'n.1! I u-ni quite certain ; for I could tell it by the profound! I during the last year, and fix their salaries I ing which he manifested concerning its true

'1 Ttt.M' Tn'I:\1:: : It' old hridirf of Glasgow! where! Kob 1UIIU1C m tujt iiii AIUH3, itr t u, ai. ....-. j-a !...._ s+t anti :at that amount., Who due.n:,t J character, His remarks he said 1, related to

j ,i e... . .y. . ; ;0 ptr roumtn." R ;i. OibaKii.-toi: mel at midniglit: it! the outlets of the city, and meditated on the unexpected perceive that such ;a p-opo-itlon i is tantamount; : tho entire subject of retrenchment and ,
the
a 1 . . . . 4"1' ,gills of the it seemed the ,tablt. I :
4IJ ( ', .dJ t.l1 that: are set down in black p> J evening.: Suddenly to : hnv't; of fixed salaries to i- branch: connected+l with collection

c.. P.'tl3iJlt'in CLr1':1.n' .' '' .! yet as still:! a, iftlif tr\v: car \illt'l I to me thai! tic frosty winter's night! had become ctrshosc pay heretofore depended 1 I toms had furnished of the cua
upon the
'r.1! 'I';: .: '. .'c yt-;f.1: l !be divided .iLl, two scs. :: commence, and the Clyde iraiurcd' j most deadly!. dark ; for do what my eyes were able the nature and extent of their ei\icys and first opportunity of il
.. :, ." ; I c-'uli: not t.li.s'.i.Mg'.ii the} tower of the old ; lustrating the necessity of a full investigation h '
i
"' "u iuj'itt0. < 1.1.. FIr: It" :." h..14. :n ng uu \ me under the arches of the} khl.re,1 i great .,
:" f..,; >.:; .,'...'Vr: :,". '"; tltl i::., .... ,;, '.f"II\I'':' : t t.I.'r..1" ,', no ul11erCllYc.1"c n time i! Cathedral, to which ought, now to be almost close.Sorely \ hat is worse, just at a tire when thse services lof thf charge confided to the committee of ''

I Ir i' ...; I'f: j c: : '..... ..11 .1'1.. 4''t'! A.;,:i.; and cu-i-! .: yet bom, nnJ ali tla events first: vane the j: thought I, the inickle black dell," that were about to be greatly dim .r.shed / which he was the chirman : Not by scraps of ..

I '-'a. : : t.1. :.; : t> fall! '::ri"jn 111;* TO" \ iiU. ;?"lj4.alluer-Sp ug R'r hilt! it away bodily, in spite of St. KertigernhimBC. uhen we are endeavoring to ied'.f". tilt m bn reduced i
\ ifl I had been cha"! :',1, I !rid iut well : to system embracing ; '
I::111 .-i :ijsiiMtij: uf M J..,- h. II every expert-
B J'f ..li f&rij.rna I t till; the first stroke of' the decisive .;:: and left me to rouge my way through its could not possibly be conceived.Vc we.fcallod i I ditun* of Government, in
-it wt %: every department '
ft.. h the! ol!1' from rotten chuichyard, towards Jes. Menzies' house.As !{ to take the : CuUorn I i
J' ". :..."tr "ft i+!rr.i- 1. iitt.cc! t') 33.n upon ear midnight upon receipt 01 :and to be carried cut in one complete general l

:1 .A, .. .:I.- I'M- a inn-: ,in ',lOl t. to Lr.st.tc A : : !.l'(:;':;-. of the! ciT'.:. Jtill all ,was si 11I.pirit became troubled with these thoughts fur the year 1833, being the 't'ate.t ever 1.1 w. This is not the first time he! had heard

.1.>JI truj. !':. ':>.ir" i yf I ., ,n .L't -arivinTnip.rr \:. i i I ( ciang.': t,1. the I iiumerous 1 belts: which} t the great bell u1'the Cathedral boomed, a solemnon : known ; and whether Nicer performed i that the object of the t 4
{ any Committee
of
r nTnlmxiPAViD .'"' 'I knell; of the old: year, as if echo it&clf l *-, and the deep and melancholy toll rolled} slowly duties Retrench. t
; or not, theY are to be pnd:! :!c'ordin.i ment small
was affair
t .n,. M "tCOVBJM c J ,' to ;j.rolong! ) its stay, and dwC'1l'itb j away in eclucs over the dark city beneath me : a and he In-, uo doubt
"'2 M Ml'f.WN, 1 1 j, i: t' events of the past. No sooner, how- j, as ii giving! unhrrJfil warning to the thoughtless! to vheir wages received in that y ar Let u- tan att *mpt wo ild be nnde to accomplish: by

n 1'. \VILIIIP: HJ lad troi.e! been struck! upoi., the j i j inhabitants the predestined evils of the coming further examine into the mor->lr vjs rhnracterol I j sneers ant t-unts, that winch fair argument

I C-M-LIS, : : \. \1---'IIN.I = (I j +. :! tie! Tron s.ct' rte, than the :iir ran!! l Yt'n. The sound seemed to me almost dreadful j, such proposition. By the act commonly l I dare not e..sjy. It w .s m the mouth of every e

I.K' !' >I.:1: I 1'f1iMiON. : I : \\ halloo: of a thousand voices: set j I .-."b 'r as I undoubtedly was ; but where it exactly called the compromise act, a gel''it many: articles '>ody, that something ougut t<, be done.: That J '-

: ..., .. ..,. :M'v 1'1'. t'fY.'X.,.d.14! J .I 1 ,! I l1t froninll parts of the city, as the | came from, or which ear of me it struck first, I arc rendered duty free an.i Lonsequentiyall i the xlravagance of OA+. -nditure and the abuse _'I ..<*'f f. ''

I I t, : > hailed! the first ruinute t fl j could:! not positively determine ; for the old Ca tlte those classes of jervice* belonging to I of office were such t :
a to aloud for
!1l l NOTICE. j Compared with the preceding siI I j dral was no where to he seen. Yet, I knew well 1 cry tbo 1 l :
ILL'S I Weighers, Gauger. Markers, ilcasurera, and ; ough redress z
i | : :nr tit, -.t tje! fsHW of 1- : of this simultaneous/ shout was at enough where wasgoiug : although! as 1 traveled such S .
as receive a cent, ui on th a amount There had bee :
I ;l DKTAVI; II. Mfiuv, 1.1:1' fl..n Coun'.y. dan -- irtlil: ; but aiier a moment, the voi un, there certainly did appear some changes on per ,. commenced an inquiry into
::n. ,'\I.' : s- q.I''f..1. { : I pI' bCU: t'n dilly! al1ie.ti. ( scattered and subdued by distance: the road, since the last time I had been at Jessy ot! duties, will be evidently! and notoriously! re the abuses of the legislative department of the '

:.e., v'iu i tI"! :...e ltv ," will l Menzies'. "'hat:1n duced. Yet these receive thE Government t ,
pr..c."l't..J l.y .ithi-y } far off streets and the murmur was unhappy uight was I' for persons are to by requesting from certain sources + '

: if.B!>''-,;'1','.1|i:tj o Ir,n''kf,:!. iRimcduTf Thi.--! it'le'.l'u\ lu sale] cscate are :! continuous in; its variations, that there was little use in thinking{ of being her first same compensation which accrued to them in a statement of expenses in different ,

. MjV 1 fl. f MI-v' ) K. L'ri'iym..\L1.1..tidtn'::1.! ; ;. flVr. bells at the cross began next to foot now.Somehow. the} great unsiness year 18.; 3, though their 1 branches-it was whispered immediately that ,4

f r chime, to add to the newly raised the house I sought seemed not to bur had ceased.-Take an illustration. Teas an inquiry into the of i
Coffee ci-xi1' T" whole stand in its usual place, and yet I knche road expenses paper, pen3and
I the was exhilarating- free
an e are now duty and consequently the necessity wafers was a small business." Members '

t JUST RECEIl'EU 1'KJt SCiril. SPY, ; thought it even poetical., through the fields as sill as the way" to my own + fur weighing them is at end ; but may sit here in this chamber and shoot
bed. "Mercy where I I exclaimed)
I me, am away
of I
tL\O the main the
) city,
thoroughfare
3 i of ;p; m:' CtJi .1 'JOFFiEby: the !
a public weigher, under tho an.endmentproposed wafers for
quiutitv: ursriglv.: b-i
A'; ,:4 I quarts! j"i .,,ks supcrSnr < >Ll) TF.NERIFFE 1 I : : >treets, who-jt brilliant!! lines of} lamps; what light is (that gleaming! in my eyes ? Can (this has nothing to do but to ascertain correction of such an undignified sport t .

{\1.\E, 1:1. sate un m"l'e.\e t".1S. April to I Iv .' : C a mile one way and nearly -is be ;jJunkicthe'il.o'wi..p! that I so often hnvehej'J the amount of tnat immense article of importation should! be attempted, it would doubtll-''s he ;.

',1l3t \ C. MILLER, :. .\1 arks. I and perceived that, although nota of 1 ? There it J K-S d.mce, dancing along- for the 1633, and receive his fees for called a small business" never once d l Darning -

'- t. loaf, l-q.- f ) t was to be seen iu the c'ntre of the but 1 v. ill not look at it." weighing, though not a single had passed that the act itself is very little affairIf i

k Tilt: SA:"r. HL'li3dally -PTt--d fromu'iith Cludc:. the footways on each side were Vain rrt.j\'e.! The! ignis fadus was still gleaming through has hands. But but Mr. C. said. he we go to the Custcm houses we are met dir (i
: JL"; 1.11! ., I Io belbre and it seemed double!
uU sometimes
me-
of cb/f.N'anil\ few b.ir- j of both ,
run had
young peraons zc.xes. another and a higher reason for his ectly with the of' small business "
: IL L'I;-ilith-r: wL!! 1 ,- s'.lii fur cah by \| bottles and fruit ca.kes, 1ik cand dwindled a nose olf: -thn it came up quite opposition cry ; if you
u eager 4
the amendment.
\. JOB! :"r BLAIU PEACHY. j i; the first in their friends' houses, to close, and a face seemed with! ir, or in it, rolling to It will be recollected seek to apportion the expenses to the services- E ;

.1',8.1 31..1. 31.,n I.il l 'fJ. I i fortune and happiness rat the new its eyes upon me like the phantasmagoria! of a that a Committee had been reised for or the officers to the labor. If we should i i

-' ,...: -.1( L '. ,'' r"a ie I,} the trco.- \ v was he who was really first-foot," j: magic lantcin. Surely, thou! .. I, I shall not be the purpose of investigating the necessity of knock at ibc Fust OlFicc, that institution, 1 .;

fOR XL ii1.oIh' < CI1'inLFsi'o.v; \ ()" to bring luck and ; ood-criil with I i left to die in a quagmire, tiiis: blessed newyear'smorning. equalising and reducing the expenses of Go- which hardly! hangs together by reason of its ;F

I. The; good sclioonor ORIOX, as h; did full !handed, and carrying Surely the dream* are not running: In veni'iient, as well as to abolish unnecessary \vastful debaucheries, we should be told researches c
my I 11(: il. Then I heard vo.ces; whispering! (pit to-. offices. The Committee had entered here for the '
r- I'ft1F1'n1cr, will take fifci!ht ,uu.tIJt ,- j morning dram and the rich currant upon purpose of scaling down
r. J ly on arnv al! : For either; of ih.! c'' : ralJy partaken of in led, by those! 1t'h: 0hear me, and thought I even" .saw faces.'cCn that duty, and as a member of it, he had late- the number of clerks, or their salaries will

above 11"rt-. apply to up' on this merry occasion. I ha dYilln'the-Wi>p speak ? I made a spring to ]Jj requited some important facts, whieh i he be a very "small business." Indeed where
JOHN BLAIn PEACHY, lk of the origin of this singular cus avoid him, but my footing was the next instant
11. n would submit to the House to show the can we to this
t 31,131.I propriety go escape reproachful term.
1 falling
{ 12tfJ CJJSillt. ('J n-j where else that I ]know of save gone, I felt myself ; falling over some precipice
tlIIL.. and Moses l .and nor could 1 now enjoy the bibs ; I felt the breath sucked out at"m ti body. of abstaining from legislation on t he JSo. sir, there is devolved upon the committeea

f5aj' ij" lwti.e! aiucaiid A\1t'n,1 aylc j i't that I; witnessed around me, from ea- like a puff of life. A strange sensation dashed allover matters referred to that Committee, until t a trust of f fearful l responsibility ; and they oweit

.u. ALLEN. 1 I myself! the first to enter the house of me, and a flash of fire passed through my House be furnished with all information, in t the to themselves, as well as to the country not ; 4

;.c;"nT t.s, .. ATTACIIKCNT. ) Jessy Menzies. I pushed urwa brain.V h3 t now ; nutlnn.tra b.! pursuit of which they had been despatch io shrink from their duty ; not to be shamed S
nlrr.S.nl'j: ]. Sttrret ardI : is life ? What is death? Does the soul) He said in his visit out of
joyous crowd, among which were What to :. Y. against which, as a service, than which nothing is better
:JJI1K1'tld.nd.! I ui'l lrr the! style with bottle and : ? where was my soul, while time and elf he had calculated
it & Co. spirited women, who sleep or, understood, somo complaint had been to promote the public interest, or ;
H E j hastened like to be first-foot i. had nn existence? There was no dream of imperfect the
r c.fcnd.1ntfjd all others concerned, are me intermediate made, he had not been made unmindful of the purity and duration of the Government. ,

hereby notIfied, that an .1ltacl? lmt in the ubuve! Airood new-year to you consciousness, or any if the purgatory of duty committed to him by the House, & while For one, he said, he was determined to persevere
Las of the mind Suddenly as trump
!; r been KUd out yf lllc cffi-c of tIn} : Cltl'k of die! o' them, cried they to me as"they had called me !into existence, I heard there, instituted an inquiry into the affairs of and, in the language of a celebrated Ten-
Court c-f } but be in haste said another day
iVi.i" Leo he and I Ii" us, must ,
: Florida and ye
j oactrs!. arc county, 4 tripping near me, for I was the Custom House being the most importantin nes:ean, to stand up'to his rack ; and, he believed "
a
E \ hereby r.uired ty lJt.lJ! to the sect a- to say I wish you the same ; nor distinctly light step
n
t In lercib of the statute us a good husband ere the new-ye a r now in a warm comfortable place. Then I heard the Union. He found these facts whichhe it was equally the intention of the rest

Ap 1 EDWARD CHANDLER, speaking of the kiss o' charity which myself sighing, and heard another sigh almost atm would submit to the House with this qualification of the committee to do the same thing. It

fn12,1t34. 3S.31\) l'I 1l tdf': Atturny. give even to saintly! women of V ear so soil and so deep, that I seemed to drink that there might be some slight variation has been said, nothing can be done, in this

JOJR SIJHECEI: 4: Yl\G A\D FOIt\'AllQeJ l;- day morning." it "in my newly created soul : as if it Menzies had been the A in sums, as the present results were acquired House, but that New- York must be attacked. ;-

l! r' !IOtj )1-A'lj illuchirola-Tllc undo:r- true," said I, to the smart queen that sweet suspiration of my felt own its Jessy thrill i under a hasty enuraeraton. In the year Air. C. said he disclaimed all such views. He

'Attnar* have. {formed a co i,lrl11crslIp} lUJI r hc firm of truth this speech-only now (erne nr : hand touched mine ; half I pass rapidly and 1828, the cost to the Government fur the collection could not under any circumstances, be induced
opened
4 heartI ,
t 1uuJfough{ for the purpose uf transacts n: custom, which required such as I to i through my my eyes tube
sencrta of its of tho of guided such He
iLdi; a-ucy u,lamissioa and ructiriuh laid f."'- lips of every lass that one met : saw Jessy Menzies; gazing in my face revenue at the port city by a narrew policy.

Iva.g btL mess*. Being prepared to make the usualon during'the whole first hour of the Robin," said she, "dear Robin, are you bet- New York, was about, $130,000 ; last year was quite sure that such a course from him

J consignment to their friends in New OrWandP -" u'o true, bonny lass, I ter?" it was 370,000 ; an increase of two hundre .vould be signally illiberal), for he had lately

it'it York, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Pros'i- ," and very throwing my arm round ,; Yes, J ssy. Where have I been ?" and forty thousand dollars. In the former received the most pleasing proof that no one J ;
OBl
[tclus.d) -e n,interest and disposed of those to devote confidinnbusiness their time the willing wench a most thievish "You fell down that deep quary, just as John year, the stationary account was about $3,000; deserved it less than the inhabitants of New

&i"tats ijjeir Charge Caving made the necessary 0;arrange- ; for although we stood on the got near you with" the lantern. Oh, what a frIghtyou 1 f now it is 8,000 i ork, from whom he had received the most

t,itl tn fora and cotton to New York or elsewhereW under the shadow of the Tron steeple gave me concerned for me Jessy In 1828 there were 35 collectors' cl'ks, now 66 ;ene10US and hospitable treatment. He appealed >

11 It expedition; by vessels of light draft of water at and were surrounded by a crowd oc Then'you really were 2 Appraisers. 7 to the candor of the House, and the sincerity '
Ditto Writes. of freight, a liberal share of public conscience smote me as Menzies ? .
my
tae is respectfully solicited. tasting the forbidden fruit ; and a"I was indeed. Oh,how it delights me to hear 1 Appraiser's c1'k.u 16 of the gentleman himself, to say,

Jl.il. FALCOM1R. that hurried past us, I declare I you speak again. 63 Inspectors. 120 -vhetaer any thing in his remarks bad tended

w.'. II. KIMBROUGJL gazing on me at the instant f tC And you would have been more sorry for me, 6 Gaugers. "L ; ., impugn the conduct of the officers of the

SL ta' -Il.E.FERE.JttCES- t leer of big Willie Watson, ray own than for big Willie Watson?" 13 \Veiahcrq.II H ustom-house, or to reflect upon the characer '
1', Tar tr Co., Gen. ncardJudRt Coq u itt, i Indeed I would. I'll ne'er tell a li'e./- Co
flaary : with pretty Jessy Menzies. you 12 Measurers.u 1:. of the people of New Yord, $e had
/,II H tikortcr t/rjti/iari. P. I). JVoodruD'-Columbus. my fancy had deceived me or not, Then Jessy, I've one question to ask you- 4 Markers. '* 6 sought and derived his facts from that city, because
.
'.i ? -New York. Gen. R. K. Call, with sweet face close to mine L ;
t fiii pCpup M.! Iplrit' -Florida, Dr. D. L. Whit,-Ga ds these adventures certainly delayed me sadly: forI I Nay tor I twill come am w..ak.your" No Night Watcb, 32 1 it-waa the moat important point being'I'll

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I the forgery for phalanx remained at its post, aad .
by repeating I '
liquidated aetre1
: TKo IL __ ,.JIo., '.'_', r. __f--R': : 1'CpeaVing certain acta of the Legislative I clan et r on TrHty night last. Another who has ,\iso rs. Under the new system the fir3t note }I be more disposed to defend j itself than to' **
been this country yea tnck I rode ll"
employed from ua round it, to view
since N. Orleans by
the great centre of commerce, and, it seemed Council: Florida, was taken up. be fortunate. I must be the last. A man m battle which fared the its (
been read- xre hope, may more a mercantile enemy On everycr.d'f
The bill and report having of Flmche, partner in
< him tho most place to begin the name
appropriate
o somewhere Mr. WHITE, of Florida, moved an amendment The disease ulso appeared to bespreadingA : of respectability, has htely been I.: hen sought to find what could be the d .
the inquiry, seeing we must begin citizen of this country, house I great of< this
river.
additional the which numerous
' of two ha4 assemblage
for the election of and I
adduced them now to show that providing about found out in a system forging ; ) .
and he merely Madison died last week, ded this of ncI.\
Mr Taylor Con-
which agreed which the species serpents, dreaded"colossal
members of Couucii was continued and by
had better be ; l ,
consideration been long
the undcr and there was
'orne
subject
above this I I
J15After or 20 miles place solidatioS Association's Bank" has probably enemy, which might bo the
furnish to.
I postponed until a investigation materials should for nn inquiry by .Mi. FILMORE, and said to have been another case in his familyand The Boston, ,plan would pent, or caynean, and that they reunite grant thser.I .
sum.
with tho lost a large .
the tiouae proper both of( which arc con-
the I lves after
Mr. motion of the latter one in vicinity, of the bank run- having seen this
understood a reply from Wihte on somewhat increase the labor jeincrs enemy
the
nction. lie wished it to bo distinctly There several cases of 'r d er
t attack
the 3d section of the bill pro- va lescen. were would cost While the or resist him in a mass._
that he intended to enter into this examination gentleman, Pine Bluffs within the last and that is all it : (Uumbolt. B
Cholera at, or near
that the amount of the taxes illegally and individuals in money
illiberal views : that vidiig have to the banks
with or four blacks savings
no partial and three or
assessed be refunded from the Treasury of 10 or 15 days, wh would be at. We THE SiMooN.-The best
of morals, very grc
form the as
considerations should no part I disease had abated when as authenticated: o

party the principle by which ho would be actuated, I the (United States, was stricken out. I died last -steam but the boats l left there.-Gazette. should expect it to be adopted once throughout I counts of this wind, are to be found in the JS..

JV. Y. Jour. Com.MEXICO. tings of Bruce and Burckhirdt.
of the the -
I resolved that the benefit country | country Bruce'
being Ia the House Representatives, Thursday I count is as 10 r. II' ac. (
und the whole conntry, should alone direct his' VICKSBURO, May 9. : At 11 O'Clock
May 29, Mr. J. Q, Adams obtained the .-The portents of a fresh revolution I while I we were cotcmplatmg I the '

every mo 'ement. unanimous consent of the. House to submitthe I TILe Cholera.-T'us fearful 1 disease is still | visible in the political& horizon. ofMexico. I of Chigre, where we expected rugged to? i
on
or his colleagues are already to
had solace
lIe hid requested one which
the river.. The ou vf
hope I
amendment, following resolutions : raging on The Government has abolished the selves with plenty of good water.
to withdraw : it IdrU
I the committee lt.in its effects, Resolved ; That the select Committee of cheered us during its first vIsitation-that" tithes and several of the States have appropriated led out with a loud voice, Fall :r.ca!,
be I ; on
it scorned to partial and then take its .your 1C
I because anti partook of the nature of his other obJec- this House, appointed on the 4th of April last would single'out its victims vanished i he certainty} the property, hitherto, belonging religious f for here "h:: 0 Simoon." I saw from laces
foreverr-has } th
which was, tn investigate the proceedings of the Bank ot flight houses to purposes of education.* southeast a haze come, in color like the
tion to the orginaamendmcn the Mississippi i for two i
that the appropriation law was not the proper IIJLO Urited States, be discharged from the furthQr that it has appeared on nnd will continue .' This has brought about an alliano! l between? part of the rainboxv, but not so compressl? e
4. cnsideration of tho referred to s successive seasons, probably the which is thick. It I
stock which to ingraft the.8bohtl n of subject and down this th upon therein. *, to wan&rforyelrs up establishment of centralism. The sCene breadth, and about
was twelve
the reduction of salaries. If the of the' feet
heard no
course.Ve have high
officers,is or honest in its desire to retrench the' Rescked, THat in the transactions of: the great water. \ of individual who i of their operations, as yet; has fach confined the ground. It was a kind of blush frotr 1'
House ths dealh
1. of the Government, and the Committee said: Committee with the President and Directors one instance: of an the inv to tho south of the republic ; o"r the recent air, and it moved-very rapidly, for I Upon th, 1'C.

t- expenses of tho of the Bank of the United State. asset has,; taken precaut.. (jns. touardagainst.,.. papers:: speak of their cmissafielVning abroad could turn to fall upon the scarce 7 C.a
the "
be faithful in supply proper *' *" t ii .ho: our* i ralong r>nr : ,*- v iIaKlc attrJr0.. '''C&rspndet2 c nnn'oxoH to the same, no of: a fatal termination:.of the disease. Aphysician -' m every part. h head to the.nortward, when I felt ths ? t
1 : wisheifGz'U i' ieaw winch corn'es before if 1 The ." YANO.UE: ," a jourml of St. .L .uis the current he
CQPtemptofthu lawful authority of this House will check. this in four or five hours plainly upon my face. We

} ; the House, where appropriations arc to bo h a\ been offered by the said President und I called in time. I Potosi( speaks of a project being entertained flat upon the ground, till IdrU told all?i t

;g f made, you, gradually undermine tho Commit- Dj-ectois-of. the Bank, or by :anyone of them. The sound of this headed -namo is not half'I by some, of dissevering the republic. It is I passed over. The meteor, or U3 it C.'I.c

r i :l tco of its juiisclicUon/jjy sealing tho.'dirTorenf'L'Lt Resolved, That arjy order of> this House to the: 'so terrible as.it used to be Men do not as intimated that the States of the'North", having which I saw indeed passed ; but purple a liuht hto il& ( I

; subjects properly belpngin to their inquiry I- Sergeant at; Arms to arrest aad bring to the at its first appearance, betake themselves to I i become weary of tho perpetual strife ecca- I which still blew, wd 01! heat SBffinJ,

- I c1nd'p.bc'inz; them beyond their reach by final 1 bionacfmcnts ar of the House the President and Directorsof I flight, forsaking houses :md land and home, I sioned by their more Southern neighbors, |threaten suffocation. For m>- part, I L5 .

: you had better at once discharge the Bank ef the United States I L would willingly divide with the Panuco river. !
breast
.' ; or anyone and friends to wait its departure in othor climes. distinctly on my that I had imbibedi

f them from theii commission, and let the peo- of them, to answer for an alleged contempt of The people in the country: do not, as I I We know not what degree of importance to part of it, nor was I free of an asthmatic; .

; 1 sham.pic know: it was all a pretence nothing but a the authority of the House as proposed by in i days ef yore, iloc at trw sight;; of a man L :( attach to the intimation. till I had been some months in ItaJy sensation i.eC

I ; t tie concluding resolution offered by the Report from town, or shrink film his touch as if fearful .I We find nothing in the paper respecting I I

. There is one re.oaon why this sabjectshould I l of the Majority of the said select Corn of contamination, Business is not effected .I Colonel Austin.-([N. O. Mer. Adv. The tea plant has been introduced iri j
: be droprd for the The Brazl: 3I
present. amendment would be
trfontcmplatcs an unconstitutional
arbitrary ite merchants 4
by appetrnnce-our are just :I and cultivated with succeS3. One, V

a provisions for that branch of and oppressive abuse: of power.Mr. as busy! -corn finds:: jusias good. a market, and l TIlE SCOTCH DOCTOR AND THE JACKALLS. in 1829 upward of 30OuO plantationcontained
sd
tho revenue collection under tho clue of the : A. said it was his intention to propose there is as much fun and merriment as ever. I Doctor S -was on board a Company's; and tie government has taken plant:;

I ,naval officers. Now, this service can, and I these; resolutions as a snbstitute for those reported Happ>: would our to\vn be, was: it troubled by I ship! lying at or near Diamond Harbor ; arid I coura f the t further cultivation measures: to en th e

I JUi ht to be dispensed with-it is a wholly by the majority of the Committee ap- nothing hut thc appearance of the CholeraMaks !- being short of amusement, and feeling the tant arb.=le. Efforts are also ofthitimpor..

I' t useless expense. It ia a creation in the system oohted: to investigate the affairs of the Bank: I man: ;; plent, and UK ateir would bo, bump of desbitctiveneH more strongl developed f information, and increase making the to
"t'' founded upon erroneous principles, and I of the United States, when the reports should I shed for six 'Months to com- than usual on the surface of his pericra ofsillv, for tho silk worm of( Brazil protection i k UI
I supposes! a want of honesty in tho collector for rcpre-
: ; come up consideration. nium, he took his
up gun, and went on shoreto sentcd to he of a peculiar species K!
t I If which, as a high and honorable officer ought On motion of Mr. A. the resolutir.r I were Rivival; D/l tit Cil3adc3-Thp. talented cllit lay wait for the jackalls. In his walk alongthe more hardy than the Asiatic.. larger and toti
;aot to be His .
indulged. duty, I ordered be
understand
' be to printed. ':' ''-' i'ninesvill tiler 1J11 of tho 9th tilt in beach he encountered the carcase of a .- b e
t. to this and if I
: that, am wrong I beg to be correeled Geauga couty, 0iH(;,. tJiv -g ,iury humorous dead buffalo-and, thinking himself sure of PATTERSON RAILROAD, &c.-We i!
he check RETURN OF stated
serves
as THE
a the col.
, ; I lector. When upon DEPOSES.: account of the expedition fro if. that county, sport, lay down behind some bushes, and waited about three weeks ago that hc Rail Road 1ft
merchant Mr.
a settles CLAY
'vith the an account: gave nolic? thnt he should tomorrow ef General, Joe Smith; tht tutcl.iry saint and I till the moon rose. Jackulls poured down Qompany determined to extend their Ccc
I Collector
: he is bound ask leave road
4 the Naval officer to carry it to 4 to introduce a joint resolution g reat Mehammed of the ;Mormomtes, fol-! from the woods by dozens, and began to pick i into town, and then just commenced the 01 ccc
and he work
makes the
tor of
: of it object
t : I in-hia an e.itry : reasaertingvhnt the l lowed by all! adherents, to tlA number of 500 the buffalo's bones. The Doctor cocked his It I is now completed and one o'clock to
books and onFri.
this Senate had
: serves to show what has already declared that
i; j I the leasons: ; I for the of their ; percussion-and thought to himself, The last ol
purpose rtico.iqm-ring Holy day inhabitants
been received by the. Collector. Now all this of the Secretary ot tho for were gratified with the thrc
Treaiury
I j4 is and the removing Land," Mt.ily taken possession of by tho infi-: de'il my coveys !-host I ha tho non /-here novel sight of two Rail Road Cars, laden with C
: unnecessary as stated bofore, proceeds t public money fro"J1.the Bank of the U l.ited
; I
: for wha's the best
I dels" of Mi-ioun.;: Hni i j" compared to a second goes mOil, a Scot or jick-- passing through the
the that passengers: main: par
States
tho street
I upon suspicion Collector i is arc insufficient and
or "
may and I
unsatisfactory all No aid
; i'eter the Hermit who threatens to revive sooner : than done-the Doctor of the town. The have
1 bo, a dishonest man ; not reflecting that a Naval to proprovide that from and nfter tho 1st company continue! th
day the church militant and i.ho wars of the blazed away right and left and through the a single track from their
i I officer may be the same thing, and the inducement of .July next, all the deposited of the Depot to Congresi e
public cloud of his
Crusades. He has smke dashed
been his own down the House bitl
stirring -
up \ whereby landed
.Pr arc Iran
which could be of sufficient influence mcncy should be ]made in the United States passengers t itf(
: J rfelytes, it seems, for some time : beach to bag his game. the Cars in tho
of
: to affect the virtue of one man, could bo Bank and its branches, according to the pst ; stating centre tho village.-P&lerson
I IGth I that it wan the command of God that they Alas not a jackall's brush was singed !- Intelligencer.Singuli! 0
U6 readily applied to two. Tho truth is the section of its charter.-United States
bond Tele- should buckle on tbo armour of their faith, und, to the doctor's: consternation, instead of wilC.al
and oath of -
t so high an officor ought to graph
J and enrol the banners of Mormoni that running away, the animals ,stood looking at .
be sufficient1, and relied upon alone: and we 4.l._:. .i--. _1- .. _01 ". ...... "., ....... .I._, ..." ; Ilaa.." i L :_ --:. ...--1. ..."..l"'M->> dnd i Dicorery-\1 ,Horton gentleman .
though
fujjhti. who his
:1 51 e paying two high premium for his faithful From the Southern Jleccrdcr. j been engaged in boring for wattt U
i if f die the death ened the
of I
necessary, martyrdom. Accordingly by report at first, they s.m
now
: TIlE /JVD/AYS.. egan to in Providence, has pro-sented to the
conduct when we create an officer, with his public
* j extensive retinue, merely to watch him. It. Extract of'a letter fiom. a gentleman in the deluded: fanatics obeyed his I collect round him in great numbers, as if unwilling some remarkable results. In hi:* second experiment tin
: I I Hummons: : a great rise took place in the market to be choused of their booty. Dr. S. in tiE ao
iy a little curious to observe tho consequence Washington d Wednesday, May 21 1834. I for warlike boring, he selected the e.xtrenc
implements, as each has proviI i. I thought they might relish a bonny Scotsman gift
point of a wharf:
I from
'>f establishing one of these high offices in In the Houso of Representatives i many yards the original
I 1 yester ded himself with an abundant supply of pibtols I, I I more than n carrion buffalo, and fumbled for land. He bored the the
I any of the departments-such as a Bureau day, Mr. Everett, of Vermont, from tho Committee irks and swords &c.-the sword of Smith! !his-: ammunition But unlike wise through artificial soil- !
; Auditor, Chief Clerk, &c. He daws Indian affairs a general then though a stratum of mud, then through l joilof
an a
around on three \
1 'J reported bills. himself, it ii said measuring; nearly, in length nu had left his powder-flask under the bushes
sand
r him immediately, all the state and hit To for the j I ; pebbles and quartz gravel. At this I
provide
I pomp organization of the that of Guy, Karl ofiV.irwick: Strange as ..111 l! and tho gaunt bony forms of the jackalls :

1 of-a departmental appointment. It is a wheel Indian.department. 2d, A bill to regulate this may sound, these men have actually >el. now stealing:: down towards him from wero I point, water impregnated with coppeias and I the

within wheel, machinery, or contrivance and intercourse with tnat arsenic broke forth, but determined to proceed I
a a trade the
I .. Indian tribe), out on their route. \\"hethr.rthey will be joined I quarter. The de'il !-but is per
i retreat
" my cutoff further he
next struck
;' that) has almost the standing out and to the a vineyard, and drew nJ,
appearance preserve peace on frontier. And I by any 'Knights Templars' from the Oui con- I wailed the doctor "and the ]
; vaimints vines
o itself: you scarcely perceivehero it 3d, A bUt to provide for the establishment of. sin of itinerant look I if grapes, grape seeds, leaves: acorns, h ''retb
or a company : minstrel* and, as thoy would no mind a bit o' Christian i zlenuts
4 touches any other moving power. They have' the Western territory, and for the security and I Troubadours peradventure from the Wabash flesh." i pine burs, and the seeds of unknowt( t

-their deputies, their chief clerks, their private' protection of the emigrant and other Indian ( I. fruits, together with pure water. This was 2)
Mickillemackenack time
or will disclose Strange and almost
I
' unparalplled| the dlL
incident feet
11crks their door as t below tim bed of the river :
and
keepers tribes therein.
messengers But doubtless, when they shall have reached I
I may appear-and I had, it from the
lellbu'
'I' ; 'In some instances, their deputy door keepers,1 The limits of'a letter will not permit me to their destination towards tho Rocky ""Moun I Doctor himself the .
: with all the little kingly of minute detail hungry jackalls, when a In a recent and able memoir on the The:. '
powers patronage enter on n of the provisions of tains, shall rehearsed cloud
wo see again all the ; passed over the
: attended with the right of appointment without, these bills. fhis subject of :1 moon, began to compass mprnetricu! state of the globe, M.Arago maintains thr
an early periodof (: feats chivalry and religious devotion which him around, and
I I merit, and removal without cause. Now this I tho session occupied the attention of the yelping and grinning these preposition: : 1st. The earth WI;;
r I were once enacted upon the plains of Syria, with their long fangs, forced the Doctor
at time
very Naval 1 officer has all this. Upon examin- Committee on Indian affairs, and they ha'cbestowed and of which this memorable back as they advanced. to one Quid 2d. The cause fluidity WII

. ing the Blue Book, you will find his own salary much time in preparing and undertaking appears f fire. 3d. At the origin of all things, the earthwas !
perfecting to be in minature. Dr. S.
a copy Perchance:' brandished his firelock and ,
f at $3,000 ; his deputy atone thousand, the subject ; their labors have resulted in their Ccuur de Lion will encounter shouted u Hoot Hoot probably incandescent, and even no? .
hid clerk at eight hundred, his private secreta- the report of these bills and should some second awa awa with all his contains a large portion of its primitive he i.!
; Congres
: Saladin, in the shape ef Tecumseh vigor ; but the animals rots
4 or cunning seem'edawaroof 4th.
ry at eighty dollars ; and, I have no doubt'he have time to act on them, it is believed In two thousand year, the general! ten
they Keokuck whose tomahawk his rer
will behr of
prove of out powder, and the buffalo !
.as of the mass"of
has a messenger or servant, at some other will They material peraturu the e'arth has rwt
alterationsin
pass. propose higher metal even than the hattie-axe of Rich l lay a. tho edge of the for
.t:, Considerable sum, making anexpense of sumo- i our relations with tribes and should they be ard. Oh who could into the water they fairly.drovehim cooled tho tenth part of the degree ::1"60 sid i

thing like 6,000 dollars in this single port t, p assedintoa, law,the redman date his joyfully join these water up to his chin,. shrieking, demonstration of this proposition i is denvefrom
may Hoot
-
I : preservation worbippcrsoft1ie golden bible" ifit were only wanoo! awa !-the de'il damn I f the orbit of the ..\ contendthat I Sur
tor watching the Collector. Besides, if report and security for his from moon. : rag)
rights that to become the historiogapher of the rich \ f':ir mother's !"-and tin
son
j I be true, and it is mentioned by no means as period. treat 11) being unwilling( to tho surface of the globe has cooled dow':

.: being authentic, but having heard it, it is due The bills were accompanied with a which i is in prospect for the lovers of romanceand : rm po vder-horn, und yet afraid to attack to such an extent as scarcely to preserve i or
adventure such host h
reportdrawn 1 of
.1 *
1 merchants, in their settlements with the col- view of the whole subject of our Indian ida: THE MORMONS- the in the limpid clement for hours, til 111 1 i is true that, at certain depths, the original hat t

l ctordo not always,carry their accounts to the. tions. :. ?ra morning induced b18conquerors' to i is still prodigious. At the surface all the

I Naval officer to be, checked, and in that case, -.Il: .i is report of great ability, and shows Frora-the Franklin Meccury. tip1.Nothing. changes are reduced to almost the ont thlt- 'W{

lie sends his clerk at the end of the quarter, to' that the whole subject was'Tamllliaf We have conversed with a resident of Kirt- : annoys the d".cfor'So much as the I tielh part oj a degree.
to the l land, Geauga ceunty, Ohio, wh left that question, Which is'the best Doctor Can
mon,
copy the entries from the Collector's books1UtO : writer, and had occupied much of his time and placotwo : a [ MM
or three weeks since, and who Sc-/t or :a j'a'C'kall.1" 'I belfeVe it '* have I
informs
wasS
MusTAcirIos--'rho
his own, and thus they arc made to cor- reflection, and the should feel us --'" s exiled Poles tIlt:
country
._ respond. If this bo false, it ought to be ihown I; "indebted i iit to him for the very able and satisfactory greatly that bcforo this time thd Mormon war has probably first' :ind,last sporting Excursion.: .1* ____ wiounht wonders among tho fashionables! !, diIreI

t true, it is infamous, and demands that the \ manner he has elucidated fact ., been renewed in Missouri. About a He: :loft off:shooting ,on the wise principle of These fine hearty young fellows, with their

office should be instantly abolished. i with this important branch very of connected ,I. tenth part of the population of Geauga county I- a celebrated tiger shot,.who having killed nine m, mustachios curling round theirlipshavealarai- ba
our public -
affairs ; and to give you an idea of the are mormons. Though unmolested there and "narrowly escaped being tom in' pieces by ed the bucks, that they have hurried with welt: | exits

HOUSE or REPRESENTATIVES June 5 1834. j ementjmd. prudence<<: with which this whole they have gone well armed ever since the the te.itji, relinquished the sport for"evei : !and soft chins to the barbers, and instead of getting it-

On subject has been managed-X'; will troubles in Missouri. Just beforo he left about I- when jeered for his timidity, he coolly replied i;' the fuz cut off; have returned with horD3undor ril1e
motion of Mr. rgrffark
WHITE the bill for "
the
I
three hundred of them Tiger-hunting i is
armed and a delightful of tuo-
tecreation while their noses, much like those a
that this measure is sanctioned prepared :
e1ief Executive
of by the
certain inhabitants f East
: -
Florida for battle, went from his you hunt the TIGER '
imediate but
vicinity not quite agr4ee tho gir'3"
I. so blebugVe
: aproved by the of pity poor young I
Was taken and read. Secretary War, the s
t up under the guidance of their leader able'when the tiger takes it jo b bj
unanimous opinion of the Committee Gen. into his heart t: these days. Their hearts:: will be taken nefal
Mr. McKAY inquired what was the amountof and Joe Smith, to aid their Missouri hunt YOTJ.- London '
the claims provided for this bill. meets the approbation of the Indians themselves. brethren I in ,:, Sports. Mag. fright, if TiqJ. by a softer pa ion.-*
by the -
-
from
recovering possessions which Jour.
they Com.
It will be the ef
means
I Mr. WHITE said they would not exceed settling the have bceu forcibly driven. Our informantdescribes SERPENTS IN A PILE IN SOUTH AMERICA.In a j
whole of this -
perplexiig subject, and of
$40,000.Mr.
avoiding those unfortunate collisions them as in the main a peaceblo and the Savannas Izacuba, in Guianna I saw PERSONS Volt WH M I HAVE NO PII .
which
of the WILLIAMS called for the reading' .have, and inevitably would arise between the moral class, living very much among themselves I. the most wonderful, the most terrible-specta. I do not pity on old maid who has refuse* ncre
report of the committee, relative to and apart from what they call tb cle that can bo and acCept! n
seen
t. hose claims. General and State Government. The importance.ot 0"world's ; although it be not offers that she afterwards would gladly ;

I Mr. WHITE this subject, and the estimate formedof people." In the Missouri settlemeut, uncommon to the inhabitants, no travellers I do not pity the man who marries for mocejf/
aid he could expalin theseclaims the land was at first equally divided in lots of has ever mentioned it.Ve te
the be from were ten men and a vixen.
ia lee time report, may judged the fact that on gets
would than the reading of the report the House ordered the printing of ten thousand I- thirty acres. The same division and distribution I- horseback, two of whom took the lead, 'in order I do not pity hypochondriac whoi3tOndolent 10c i
require. Mr. W. went into a J was attempted in Geauga but to sound the ( Insl
<
county
statement of the extra copies without a dissenting voice. unsuccessfully I- passages ; while I preferredto i to take the exercise necessary
occupation of Ea.t Floridaby : the richer converts I skirt the under
tha United States --F {' objecting to great forest. One of the blacks preserve health ; nor those who suffer Ie
in 1811, and the nature such an unceremonious who formed Wet'' diar
of the claims LITTLE, ROCK, (Ark.) April 29. appropriation by their the vanguard, returned full gallop' a thwasand imaginary evils ; because. ,
arising out of this
occupation.After poorer brethren, of their goods and chattels.A and called to 'Hero sir u ;
The CholeraVas still me, come and see serpents they only to set themselves about Inq ,
a few remarks between Messrs. abatement prevailing the with littleor temple of stone 75 feet by5fi, is being erected t- j in a pile.' He pointed ouj to me something into and relieving the real distresses ofotne n, 811
no Cherokee
II McKAY and White, the bill was laid aside. among the emigrants there by them ; but there is some doubt ofis f I elevated in the middle of the Savannahor their own would soon be cured. sit

On motion of Mr. WHITE .f Florida encamped near mouth of the Cad its completion. Their leader Gen. Smith i which money b
his
ron, when wo last heard from them. swamp appeared like a bundle of I do not pity him who loses InSt

tho House, by consent, took the bill authorizing I. number of deaths in the from all diseases The described as a man formerly of very bad char arms. One of my company then said, 'this i is gambling or his pocket-book and money*'th

8 the Pi evident to direct the sale of aI.tt party acter-never thought remarkable for mind, certainly one of the assemblages! of theatre or fair.
since left Waterloo serpentswhich tbE
- publicists l in the,tftwo of .8t. Marks ; which ,river they amounts to about, on the, Tennessee but fluent in speech. a notorious bruiser, and heap themselves oh each other after a I do not pity the man who is made to bk 331' :

.1 was read a third time tnfrpatstd. mortolity, in sixty--a fearful l possessing great personal strength and courlage. violent Tempest ; I haveheard. these, but at the silliness of a wife whom he maher 'ed arOr

I On motiQn of Mr. WHITE, the bill authorizing 550 souls; in a the party short orginally not of about exceeding The number of the sect irj that part of I two .
a road to be cut out from the northern months. Every humane ipace exertion within the country is believd rather to have decreasedthan and not g. too near,' When we were within I do not pity the bully that gets flogged*
14PI
boundary Florida to the town of Appalachicola La control"bf Lieut. Harris, the conducting(he increased within the last two years. 20 paces of it, the terror or our f horses prevented I do not pity the brute that in beating .'.

taken aud read. our nearer approach"; to which however. .abusing his horse, gets so maimed by 11;
: was up agent, has been used to alleviate the
FORGERIES. ,
suffering.of
,
? .
The Boston Banks
; -
have of life. di
none us 'ncline
.
were to be a cripple for the rest of his
3Ir. WHITE moved an amendment, providing the emigrants. One of the "
physicians! adapted efficient method of cdl "
preventing systernatic On.a sudden, the became do those who suffer from 'II
I net
pyrjrrticja'j mass
for the of a road from Tallahasseeto Dn J. C. Roberts *him pity
survey employed by to attend forgery. both
They notify the 'pr 0- agitated ; horrible hissings issuing from it i[I,- made by wearing tigbt'sboeszI -
I. Florida and of the/harbor of on the'sick attacked with the '
Cape a wa.s dise's.liand.died" miser and
survey endorser upon every note.! -No ::thousands of serpents rolled '--spirally- 'eac hfrtli :. do not pity ihe.nwin who, far. want wJJ' fb1t

Aalaehicola. '' jf?L"' : 00' Tuesday last ; and Dr.. J k .IltJ'.has.suft"ered more than that, by"sjstematic -' out tpf the circle thVif hideous heads, information which a newspaper woujdJJ"Jry ?
After an explanation from 'Mr. WHITE, T. Fulton, the only other attending physician forgbr instances have ; '
.:. Several occurred presenting their *dn'enorm d' 'darts and'fior given him-had M.uot beep too .pwitrnou3] .
(he bil! was laid aside. was also seized with it last week, but, we'rehappy in which names had been forged as endorsers: eyes'tou. '!.tf owii' waV-orw= ,.f the firm 'take iit. i>:n;of o 1'A'
to
... .... :c %s 4J .
4S- ; > J Mr. WILLJAMS. lie bill J to J Jeajn was coaraJejccQt Bad of
out ftQd tbo renewed :
i notes at t t& Banks or other-> drawback ; but wbgx ol eaw this feroaidabfe IwI fiCtluou "nil


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the coral banks

.tQ RID I blue and heaving approach in the Gulf the surface and deep ribs! preposterous assertions that 1 have '
eve
stream.
In fact DREADFUL -
eLO almost imagines himself one heard attempted to be sustained. SHiftraxcffB.-By the.mana I L- 1

. *' t tt1 i sees it. fairy land when. he first If an.individuaJ ijtate .Uasthis, power why talk ?f Thursdays And yesterday we have received To MR. FRANCIS W. CARPENTER
,,
do.. It is principally its about calling a Convention tbe: Staffs? Where intelligence of' the loss fourteen square rigged TAKE notice, that on the first dav of Septem

11gt\ TIJRDAY, JUNE 21. position with the Gulf contiguity to, and relative is the necessity of a Convention? What business vessels, accompanied bj the loss of nil: next, at Providence, in tit State' of

lull climate of stream, that influences the would be brought before it? I probably less than six hundred lives!!! All]i R. hode Island, we will! Proceed to take the del>-
this
can think of
place
)rne Esq. Secretary and actai I r and modifying the state of the -I.can see none. I the none the vessels, we believe, were British, and hon ofilharn J. Cross, Benjamin G. Arnold
c U'ALSER, regulating its suppose. 'sovereign"ulhfYUlg nearly all bound and George-J. Tykr and
ser.fm. temperature. This stream State to Quebec with emigrants.- ; at the Exchange, i iu
I ''Ct >orof this Territory, arrived from runs E., it rounds Cape Florida where inform might perhaps, (or it might not)) H.1Y.:Journal of Commtrcf. the City of New Orleans, in the State of Lo siox-
C it the
and entered on the duties of hishr turns 1\ort h east: Its Convention that it had nullified the na, on the first day of October next we will proceed .
( temperature is
rderolt. about 85 deA cts Congress I to take the
1flgtoU which it disliked depositions of Ira Farmin
EAToN grees, Farenheit : The and which it on,
I5ih inst. Major is trade winds NOTICE.
> as they are had denounced Levi H. Gale, Judah P. Benjamin be
i"- unconstitutional to read
on called -well what ( as
jt da coming from the East the then Female School under the superintendence evidence in three suits
along THE in
11 few rs.II course of Why, if the Convention did depending the Superior
ii,edforifl __ the stream, imbibing its genial warmth of the not sanction this act Mrs. MART E. B ow ,will close its first [Court for the County of Leon, in the Middle Dis.

ac. I here almost I constantly the prevail nullifying State, it would be told I am a session on the llth of July, when she will give.a tri et of Florida, wherein Robinson & Co.

wri. iS at the latest dates was doing little also come across the stream; Northeasterly winds sovereign State," and will not be controlled will vacation of tico weeks, for the purpose of affording Robmson, AVeeden & Co., and Levi H. Gale, and
ac. (Dr.P'l' I and lose their raw secede, or nullify whether the children some recreation from their studies iplatntifis and arc
Col. White has introduced a bill, i il1 ne ss. The wind from die the Convention is with you are defendant
i
N.
Jck tllln"( is broken by the How dnring the warm weather. The School will I .
I main I me or not. does this sound accordingly BALTZELL &
I understand, r.n additional 1 memnj'lljc land of the peninsula in the ears of WHITE,
which the -23th
on
.opsJur. su-c I is much higher than "Marion"? Is open ofJuly at the Parsonage

", ; counties of Leon and Gudsdcn.orrcrondent the Keys, and {hat from the West by the I long REVOLUTION ? not And this if it disorganization be ? Is it not will, Jbr the instruction of YOCNG LADIES. She _T..J3h3S ee, June 12th, 1934.Notice.. Att'ys(44 4w for) P1'tfl.
{ take a few small that
: range of Keys which} extends in acknowledged revolution Boys can be easily man .
eal.lces. that direction and in .
aged.
; attempting to
from the South it revolutionize the
Leon," asks why Col. tion fiesh comes in without any obstruc. country, the party so attempting should fail From the liberal patronage which she has HEREBY forewarn all .
and aireaI
the :. disposed to dally with the people of I I the balmy'as when it last played and.not succeed, then what will it be ? I hesitatenot siill dy received, she flatters herself with the ) for t Non given by persons Julia Ann against trading -
citrons howell
1 amongst
pie 1 w I and olives of This being patronised by the citizens of Tallahassee Wm.
!'L of the Congressional Cuba. to say that an attempt to dissolve this Union -tto 1. Barnes, fir S 205 25. payable da'.
j 1 tin the subject) sketcn will show that Indian and its ricinity-Also of being able to :Uer one
or I Key combines phvsiby the Secession of give daleSept. 10th, 1931.) Said
loss account for the I South Carolina under the her note ha\"in; ;
to
in We arc at a ca advantages not circumstances Imp oyers ample satisfaction. been fraudulently obtained
possessed
tvOfl: by sy other place and in the it will not be paid.
: Terms .
:; niEflCC l manner which she avowed of Tuition as heretofore th '. .
for definite settle- :
manifests n tending to give it -mort' COTTON B
-om he a milder lJj O'NEILL
equable I to be her For .
unalterable Spelling, Reading, Writing & Arith- June
thotof ? Col.1 White has already 1 delightful! climate than I purpose and determination $4 00' ___14th, _1331. [444ATTORNEY \ ]
:-of the question. perhaps any in the world. |would have been treason She bid defiance metick, per quarter, S !

:cIyIny r11. bat his views wilt be dcfitely; 1 given MEDIt US.t :the National Government of the United to : For Grammar, Geography, Nat. Philosophy ? 00 I'' GEJ. WA L K E R.
States .8 .:
Chemistry Rnetoric & "
of the session of Cton- J I and History, 5 (
:
present ATTill'
--be COO t" leviedtroops for the UJV) : .
purp aj of sustaining i No scholars ,
layaze That period is rapidly approachingJre FOR THE FLOfUDLAS" h rvelf sCainct tho I law* nf our \. *I\rncm rnnntrv'the wmch is eleven weeks.entered for less than: 3 quarter. I .[of I'T'ENDS the Court in fU'.urc, re'-l1hrly: to attend the Term J
; Mr. Editor of A
waa I ,; :\' confidently look for his circular -Can you inform us, why it i is that success of which resistance would have dissolved 1Ig .w rrr I 1 Sl rola.is.The pl.of his ppeals of the rcrritory. Pen- .1
C1kw UM. residenec
cl. )
I da'vs: when* we trust the Doubts and White is 80 disposed to dallyvith his constituents the Union Now if" Marion"-can show WM. HILLYARD MANER )f Trustees. -:"j June 10th" JS3A ((44tf) ;, ;I
,I
.
' through the prtss, on the question of becoming rn? how this can be done without "
air nd fears of our correspondent will! be constituting ROB r. S. MILLER. J : 3UDscnbers :i2rP "Sl J..-vt.umm0(1al"g J$
"
, to ;'I: It to be borne a candidate for re.elt'Ction-to hang back treason, I will give up the controversy. Tallahassee, Jui.c 2O, '1 $4._ '[45-2w] : ; ?, the following tract of txcelltnt LAND ,,

andazil (,Z.flld( or realised ought -and shrink from an open avowal of his pretensions In referring to the AI -n and Sedition Laws, ES2WJ&ATW1L.L 5rilha i : fire; stream of water passing through it hand* I
f REAL : .11 :
UC'1'iO,
that C Wiiite hus repeatedly ex1I11f1. -t ? He in his "Marion" samoly.situated about 7 nvlc* Jro.T \!onu'ell(//in J cf-
d. says Davy Crockett aks" what I
'd letter, btch'puLiI. woaiJ have been the con be ioid, at public n'a fry, in tat v I y of 'feflon County, tO Wit :-!*4e Sontheast and r

;enin- ce J B wish to retire from the public ser- ?.?d in the Floridian-in which, be it remem sequence if Mr. Aoams had proclaimed Viiginh in front or me t VmtHoiiM. u; Lift' East half of the Sout lW *-. quarter, Sectioii quarter: 31-Th

. Admitting the principle, however, that bered, he claims the "Nucleus as being on his rebellious, and charged her sons with traitorous "usu.-. hours of sale, on the firt I uucrtay In Octobernext W est half of the -rihtastjand the East half ethc
I re. thc 1ilowin trlctS'or parcel u I.i.VD.iyin5in ; ,Southwest of 32
side" sccff-n in -
:sbsnotild! be. held subservient to the willpeople -that he will not determine on that subject conduct, &.-.. I answer him by telling him tha' .111 Lt.l' b the County of Leon ant! 10II' is the four North and East: :, contaijn; 'Township- toother On.400 llangc 1

i whom he has ably and faithfully until the end of the session; yet his letters to Iliari'ate there mis no necessity for Mr. Adams issuing a > ->. cast duart'-r Section 5, Township Ur.i' J\.ltott'\ more or loss. Per r.s wl.hla to examine the lCrt land,, ,,

t 5ie It pri:1e friends are as numerous as foiling leaves procl-jn.: .iim, or tbrhiadenou.io'np' them as trait"r 1'0. :-111 and Kas_, and Containing i&t' .>?-ioi> u n irreiT to Capt Murray. who will 5-hrw it.KEiR '
is manifest I
for the bst ten years. in acrc.s. Another U\-.ct8 o1LVD, containing bO t.-.3 I
Its the nutujnn, declaring! that be has determined or as n.enacirir 1.rl'= on. The Congress I 4- STUUGES.(4J'.f ,
; the and not Col. White to being and niniictn-iiundrvJiho of an acix, J10.\'tI a'.IKtast L Tallcihasst', June '4th. 1f1'1. '
that people ( )
enor- jcetbie! befi a candidate.: Thw thing of being a candidate convinced of "'isiititionaliiy >f :ese laws, t: halt of iiic feouthwa&l Quarter of S .ction J>. : i

> ,:; decide the question of hi* continuance in5je. r Congress is quite a com non place thing with repealed them. : 1 t..e: State generaii, approved l'own:lup One, North, of M-igc One .\"ei.. l\b.! WINE.&c. FOR SALE.
of is rid Col. the west half of the boutht ai Quart Section '>, ( EIVED per brig T.aliaspe'!! and other arri- "If
dire That dullness apprehension I White, and I do not know why lie should I I of the f'.pe., .' ,. -ow of no Snu the was in fa i'owosl&ip 1 One, it.ize Two, ."'(-)Lh and East, t ,'.- Rr v..K, a supply! c-fold Port, Clan, \hl cl1t'aQd I !

Ion lout indeed, uhieh could receive a jocularpifS.sun find i it necessary to coquett with the public! ; he I our of thcs. <,'- : .01 hws, aVr :. s.: ". the t vii) ming oO '18-100 acres. ,...0.iagl\Vics: -Also N '' ;.irk Cider, & London 1'ortfJ

rc- ns a grave assertion of fact."jienovci ,-. certainly does not wait for public opinion since resuliinjr fiom ".r::. .' 3ny rj'fi I lv ;_. tjyj' ntof '-- '*.b ALIO i:he fcllr.ng Los; in the City of T.:..l'I .r, hi-.h. is orFcivd: by tudozen: or sinqlt bottle- il
i I{ %. S'-c, am Kiiown in tin. pi r. of i>aid C..y.h I.u VLo <00 1 l's. Ahnnd-Brzi-Nuts! ut-ff ilberls 1 Rai-
and Col. White >hall throw himself into the Nucleus can secure his election in or out ofthe themdisappr-! ". tiiem Ti.ti i tT ':, :.o .:- -., "--r 1V 1 126, 127, 1-JS, :-->;'. 1 JO, vJal, a, J.-.. ::.111FJg3, No.; I Chewing Tobacco! 1'.tInsh Segars, k

Territory My ever aws palpab-: .nstiiutionai IKV >., ..ls'fJs.43; and jo, arid 41, ami( 47 and u':: Sic.-Also fti
:rmf &f hi* btiter political opponents, he own opinion Is, that he reckons : : \ / ,. expected by nut arrival! from New York, tt
r t t: on an office from the Tennessee interfered, With, : '_* .- h-l lged the natural; h'ti ,'. 7&. Sold by permission 01 tHe iionorabie .. Teas, L.a1Sigtr.; Sperm and Tallow 'a d"S} Brandy .
itcd I liicail I them t>y f-'onu' )le opi- Cincinatus, comity Court of Leon County, to ontisty toe heirs -'r.d other Spirits. F. B. WIUTI3G.
( w hoqe only of ..i
; resemblance to the old Romsn is in man, and KO t.'C'- adjudged by the competent crtd.tors of the of DANIEL FAUST Iiue : B-'ttles
CP'Imply
.I r"1hantbl Nucku:. Wee-- \'.*:t'I; '. u:!: tbatc o* bough' ant! sold.
oad I ;
;
I. Irr.-- g hi. ulo! 'i,h. If he succeeds in this hope, I authorities. Toe i ....e oi f'ese laws t-t:. o'lsu County, clec-nsi. >. .ak.JIt">'- 14. ((44-Sv.j} If],
oad I :jcman: in a thousand, having tbe lea>t claim I I j is in Terms on the day (if Sale.
rvv ;: y select a candidate from the lowerregions not point, nor are the Virginia ;i solutioiiN of i NOTICE.MP. .
irk.Fri.,. sense { \'' thought) of gin nn\ I! .MvKi" FA'.J .Administratrix.June v:
-common: I if '
9 S the I\
Vt'neralIadisii is the
: Without any opposition; from him ; if lie : version of themcan 21; 1634. [ l.jis.j 11.1QORl only agent "ppirt.- I :1.
JeT meaning to the expression in the Davy (i irockfU fails, however, I.e wjll ten condescend to -! : be belie veil by t ,? N uI1 :ers. Tallahassee to receive, passage a.J b. g-tb'o ;
the represent of ihe Western line
ofSrtes.
vith! f letter. as he calls ii, }lrtn: tint one I j ; the people ul Florida, waetncr he should or I Will Marion' Cuiuc..d u.it a majority of the iOTICE. tiion-iv B. ILACK.ELl.: j i" ;
having claims or dcrrmnds a:anibt: 1
-ectlIed L ; 11:1I..n (,1 opponents were weaned with s'joiild not ; Ct more employment fr>m his N. States coiidemoe.i the Tariff,' "28 ? I think nol ALL bs'dtc pt-rsons DANIEL F.4v..T.lalcof kdi.i County, Contractor of t''" Wtstern lint 1 ita:,,. q

I i 'j*ir opposition ; and another, would perhaps t te leans or X.Y.ork cilerits. The people of Florida 0--// Was not South C.tro.ini 3hl ..- .? I think she wa<. '.: -tUitd, arc Icquested n present them duly uuthentifTud Jtnr 11. ((44tf) i'.

CSt'om'I a-.ttiated by the till more violent.antipaliius not genteel and well bred ; on the whole, not good I have :tlways denied that b tn Carolina was as tht law ri'qiurt-s, within the uniiprcscri- FEMALE SEMINARY. .
j bed i, or be forever birrt-d : Ad all pf rsons in any wtsi- : vr. J H'J
I enough! to form an agreeable residence more: affected. by the Tariff tuan dI.v other cottun VNG informs tha inhabitants off
for the i R':
I of recently severed fiiendship. A few f fo i indt bted to said estate, are called upon to make immediate :- iv Ct'j "ind irsTirir.ity tha' he k
,
'at Colonel, but are nevertheless such! g growing State and I still deny it. Why then to theundrniigiiedMAH proposes p n-
he
as payment .,
caH condescend SELECT SCHOOL for YOUNG
f them \111'ote! for Col.) 'V hite, but LJD1ES i
| many L' rejireaent; in Congress for eight lullars! should she take the lead, and distract this Union i AUST, Aministratrrx. t t. commence at ihe late Office of MeL'jinore ou t :

sJinotvote at all. We do not believe Gen. aa1capak day" IftiJts: perquisites, when he cin do no bet. in the high-hanctd! manner that sue ..lldVas -.- 311:11": 21. :1a3i l4 ='f.. the( 16th inst. In this School!, all branches of a thorough :

tie. ([ (intringuirij.! ; fur office, Knowngtvl ter. ?&r FionJiaus you have complai.ied for the Tariti'the reaimVas it because the Tariff H 11IE le nl representaiivas of .atmus Arm- education may be acquired. There wilt b8 .
i Ja. ste.td), and all others concerned, will pie! :IC; fo.;' quarters of eleven weeks each. The School .
Uer : \\e do l.h he has had it in his, power anyjunedurinj ten years that the Nucleus has fi'lec' r.11 protected our u:*?. "nanufactories 10 the will be in session fourhours }
I your (iflij j t.r.e notice that 1 have filed with 'the Clerk of the a day, commencing at '
,Hcex. :I ; the last five years, to receive one ccs with, and governed you by Tenncssreans and ;' ziu.ti. -C h_ ) i ',o,0 ;, .: _. rioubts about this Suyyrior Court for Lroii County, Middle District half pSt 8 o'clock. Lessons will be appointed for "

:.lore:l lucrative and hunor.iblc tlnn in the Kentucknn: ?, imported for ihe purpose. Henceforth : .natter, and I still nave them. ot r ;iondi, a pennon iur me h....... ..' />a''-.;n -rh. any
Joel
.r- mrrw c: t i i.rmgnt
:
I t Mr. Cal'-'un has had as much to do in Tract t of Land, with two Houses-'thereon situated, thlst ar0OUnt f>f con
RIO cease murmurs if with: adjusting t'niemcnt \
yojr your cooperation a day IS B much as health will admit
of the people of this Territory. 1 not : or irf-
nal fill the Nucleus shall make your delegate too. It i i the Tanri as has any other member of Congress on the St. Mark: ri'crIt Rockhaven, in the said. struction require or due tuition in domestic duties al.

:L-.cn: the supposition absurd, that he should I -nd until the county of Leon, containing about 560 acres of. low. It wl! of course be .
between all will
has I misunderstanding: the expected ;ha: t3
horaslU I
Iigh I Iin1 -no mean tarnestly, tried fora longtime i Land-,which laid was entered the name of p.nsible! for the whole
; Co1. White in which neither' I quarter's tuition 'hichY
:: m an intrigue i, I'-i-si'i: "-f 'nd himself, he was ntver; known be I on
to
iI I ; and as my grand-mother used to say, "tha j Latintii Armstead and H. \\. Bracfen ; -and that h enter. Sholars are requested to bring with: them
this of: them have any thing to gain, and both of I .w : '. :1. As soon, however, 33 illS .v I: i'. \vr -'.J! bo.iks
) i is a mig*>ty long.tide that never turns"-it ought' I' opV qujrrel a motion \\ ill be made at the noxt term of tie ? they may have, that a proper I
inc I :em may Icose the good opinion of the indcjoidcnt j to calculate on success. Indeed, there are reasons '! took pac-! : '.! Calhoun became the deadliest I Suj>erior Court for Leon county, for the appointment h< '" r."*.v' .'. i..a'.Ic.

ed I 1ner.iv riT. and of commissioners to make the said division. Thefolkwing arc the .
i classification and
; mr-n of all to i-1 immediately heakls alls terms :
; panics. why i it should succeed ; its :influence is like a two '
: June 21st, 1534 [45-17w] H -..VBRADCN.jf. Per Quarter.1st
up Poor Florida exclaims our correspondent.Te i-dged sword, it cuts and carves in the White. 'its yf opposition 10 tno General Government : class-In Reading and Spelling, $ 5 00

T1.V3: poor iiuiecd, te have had far ten House, at the mouth of the Tiber, as well as i in aha exeitsall his ..rfluenc- his own State to .. v I. 'iLiscriuer h..l. .ave res}>xltuily to 2d class-In Writing, Anihmecic, Georra- )
years'he \I' he Florida. LEON. excite the people' to t.ie : hi oration of the laws. ri '-I Vl inform his fritnds and the public, thai 1 his: phy :ti.! English Grammar, j b m
35 structof a man whose abilities and in- cottages I.uttijte Slan6jiment{ at the Light II.jusc Point 3d class I" -
I ill En lhh
The Tariff is said by :-1:. G.ilhoun and his disC''iK' i higher studies, as !
wry: arc appreciated by the wealthy and t6-1 w.HUt open by the 5th of July, for the re Ilhc-torir, Ethics, Natural! History and > 8 06
t : 1 'o be unconstitutional, i.-cause it protects: Ct.: .' '-: !'tfljlfl}'. This Point is beautifully si iu Philosophy, &c. &c. ts.c.
;ientcd } f'
States of New York and Louisiana ron THE FLOI\IDJA N'" f. ':n manul: ictures-and tcc-o:e it discriminria at!:.; '.i. ri f.-> 41 md beac.n, open on Jiroe M kt..J the 4th class-In French or Classics 19 CO ;'

'f.in.. but much poort.r we say, should we lose them .'lr. Editor-.-M length a reply to my remarks Was there ever a Tariff ihu Jid not dis- sell an" micshed o> conLiuil4reez'.Sfrcrn the ocean, Each class will of course be entitled to iustmstioa j t
and to be inferior to no situation on the
supposed in
through our own iwlly und ingratitude. i in your paper of 3d of May, has made its appearance cniite ? I say without feir-if c..'..radictiofljthat oatucrn is coast for health. Any any further or all information the branches of be the previous cas e=.. 11

.as under the signature ofj1 Marion I and witr ard Tr.e subscriber has recently enlarged his esiablibh.e. h. may had on :ppict! :;: {
supposefor :r.:re never was- : \;; to protection. to the Preceptor at L. A. TIW FSO:;';, Tiq. '

i1rth the purpose of giving weight to the very consistent r- c\.fry body knows that the 5.-st Tariff ever -.e'.: : a number of additional chambers, and be will 1'a1lahassecJune 5th, 1831. '
1 : enabled accommodate families with
ron THE 'vF.DtA: reasons therein contained, in justificationof passed by the C.tres of the Uu".cd was particularly ne scpcrateapartiacrAs. CORN '
ow AND SEED PES. .
EJitor-h of the iTt the disorganizing( movements of the revolutionists T.nff and ivit South fisherm.m wh will f
is a subject deepest a protective .he he has an experienced : ( constantly KERR & STUFGES offers for sa!. at Tail:*. i
at.m.: i r tst to phy 'cians arid pulmonary patients, to asfmam ;- 1 t of South Carolina, in declaring that the Carolina members voted for it I The Tariff of, supply him with the choicest fish and oyster; ee and St. Marks,

Jot'be : -hai place and climate is the most eligiblerorthc Acts of Congress regulating a tariff of duties i to: 1816 was South Carohn .'s own offspring-? r Lr. and his table of the will luxurics be furnished as the country with the will comforts afford andas 2,000 [bushels CORN, and ;

: i t( visit, with the} hope of resisting the iniidiinls be paid on exports, *' were unconstitutional, andno Calhoun was the foremost in its v:':port !!-and For many those who are fond of sea-bathing, he"has pre- 100 do. PEAS. .

ed inroads of that unrelenting tyrant COD- law, and that such acts should not be enforced i in debate i in Congress relative to-- .epeal of I internal oared a convenient Gath-House : And his boats will June 7th, 1834. ((43i5)PASSjCrE ) t

dB'. lump'jon justly termed the opprobr urn of meditiae. i- within that State." duties, he said, *'a certain encouragement always be in rcadnuss for sailing excursion on the[ FOR'X'EW YORK. "-
The snbstantial
, of re-exciting thr of life In order Marion" that the Tariff ought to be extended to our manufacture bay. from ML i'pperedcnpper.fa.*-
rn I wasting energies to prove to An excellent road will be completed the Magnolia tened brig ROSE, Capt. HOLMES, is now

'a oat least ol soothing its last hours, and sooth- ul '29, was constitutional, I will quote from 1st What does he say now ? why lie. says the Tariffis Bru'gc' to this Point, by which those who choeto )loading,and will sail about tho 15th inst.

iihe fegtlic road to II that bourn from whence unconstitutional because of its fta-f come in carriapeo, may have a safe and cxpeBitiouionvcyanee for the above pert and can accommodate
no Ui Art. Constitution, 8th sec. as follows : protective stables! aiid '
;; ; and he has prtp'ired carrfi'l a few
, I passenger Apply t"KERR '
:Uer ever rfturns." Congress shall have power to lay and c.-i1pct I tures, and that all tariff are unconstitutional if o&tlf-rs and provender for those why nuiy conie irit I & STURGESS.

'J Bitter experience hns Turced upon us the un- V taxes, duties, imposts, and excises, .c. To regulate designed for any ther purpose ths.cvene : it '.- v'O txtrtion will be wanting rn the part St. Marks,7th. IPS i. 43-2w
I'.* '. : '. acl.'i W ':1'' comfort and pleasurej $
.i".inlf'r: : "
:2" ;ejcomtr! truth, that the cure of genuine tubucular commerce with foreign nations, & ariong only"! If this is statt.manlikeifJ'l.f: j -' ":-.vj.c riuv. fji\cr him with their coiTrmary.' TOW.PROPERTr. FOR S.1LE. ;

consumption, is beyond the power of the healing the several Slate &c. John C. CalHoun to be u. coosistenl j :.i C.Go': SAMUEL COSBY. THE. subscriber offers for salehcr "I _

.ErI ,unless aided by all-powerful. influence of c Ii- "Will Marion," after this, contend. that the able debater or a patriot, I cannot nn; gine what; vVTIHis'Point June, 211834 [45-t2w.Jt ; i;: ,r HOUSE & LOT'in the town Quin'dy: _

"e' .lute and air ; ills brought by respiration, into Tariff tfas unconstitutional ? I think not. If then the natural converse i is, of these several qualities. COTT01ST GINS., '.to .1' '. _land_ The lot is extensive,containIng three acre* '
and situated
ir wect contact with the diseased organ, (the only it be conceded that the Tariff was constitutional, Marion" asks why particular!;, name Messrs.Callioun 'I' HE subscriber has on handsome COTTON There 0 are, on the premises inapteaiantpantofthevillajo.comfortable out-houses' t

medial that be man' has read the ?Duffie, Hamilton and Ha, "? I Glrof an excellent quality, at J52 per saw, and th dwelling is a two frame I
and its and
agent can ) healing i I ask if any who ever proceedings will warrctiL Ui&m to- orU u-cli with c n'l o uinge, aiH __ story building, op a plan
nlr:! wsarr.jc! etft'ctf, often exceed our most sangunewpectation of the Convention of South Carolina, that answer because I believe item to be the principle if they do not do well, they w'll l be taken hack arid groes-11 or i approved 04.! n credit U* />i-r>to or TL\rrns.' ..Cash_ -Ne-..; .! :

S. I I't. [ : the slow and languid step resumes impioussat! in judgment upon the Constitution leaders in the drama-there arc others to be sure, the money rcturnp.(). The subscriber works within fivft ply to the subscriber. ,.. ;
Vernon Florida on Flat C.-e .k. Any ;
I tiles Mount. SUSAN S. SNELL.
j ft I wonted but none mo ecoi.iCifOi ? ;
.",9 I spring and elasticity ; the palid check) can doubt of the character of their Ordinances? \ { order in the abov'e line, will be punctt < v aue&dadlo. Cluincy, 16th May, 1814.13 tfJ] .
n.i 'fctL the bright hectic spot, regains its ruddy, I would not wish to injure the feelings* of one i individual I will observe to Marion, thai I did not wisha DUNCAN MePHAUL.Junn .- I, ; :.

j joC 'to.hul: ; glow; and the sunken eye, with its re; in the United States or in th"ir Territories co!;. Jversy on ti-h! subject-my object was to 1G3t. [45-3m J .. .' I DOjCTOR'SVIEElSAtRANUOLPHhave as :I

'1 t *:** and unnatural fire, again beams with hap P1.ss when I speak of the character of the violent! elicit :rom Col. (iJsden a candid avowal of I his NOTICK. -, and offer their professional} services to the publiC Office

..'.;"' I: and contentment. measures of South Carolina. I acknowledge that: opiiiiou as regards the right of one State to Nullify t,4 EALED Proposals will be received .at my office f between the Planter's Hotel and ambert's. 2!t

r From I the gentlemanly style in which Ma'1- an Act (IJ Congress.. I. suppose, however, k ) until Monday the 30th inst. for 280,000 ( my absence to the North, Mr. \Vit.
an acquaintance TviOi i te) Florida Keys respect DURING
that Marion" of the Colonel's sentiments, and hard burnt merchantable BRICK, describing the is authorised to settle and trans
1 L: g3od deal of reflection on the subject, aud some on" has replied to my interrogatories of 3d 'jt.!) size to be delivered, at Rome point on the Two act all my business-He will be found at my office ; .
elf
As
I faI.actS"Heh 113\ e come to my knowledge, I have and that I feel assured, though he advocates the! sh-u govern im.. Accordingly regards" Hundred Foot Street, by the 1st day of October in Tallahassee THOS. G. GORDON. ;
guaranteeing the columns 1 t the "Floridian, or 20h May, 1834. [42tfJ]
d Jj hesitation in saying that: they possess decided "tight of State interposition, he has too much patriotism next. :,
t t., ., -vantages understands too well the constitutional any ou.er public' journal, I will observe that theyare RO. J. HACKLEY. ( SALE, at the wharehouse of the subscriber .
over other situation known FUR:
as
1 ,! I r t sort for any a. of Congress to place himself in the ranks altogether beyond Lily control, and ought to Tallahassee, 14th June 1834. [44tf] consignment, .i
And it is powers
consumptive matb
patients. a
85 bandies HAY
pressed
control of the Editor .
/ IJ I of astonishment, that whilst hundreds are goir.g of Nulli fit rs of the South Carolina order. be beyond the any man, TALLAHASSEE RAIL ROAD COMPANY.. 20-tarrels Northcrn FLOUR, 'F:
have doubt however but :
I no
'. J annually to Cuba Bermuda &c. at Marion" seems to think that One of the only, xcepted. to the previsions of the Char 25 do. IRISH POTATOES,
a great the Floridian" will be AGREEABLY
I CI xprnse and People" will be apt to prove himself in iavour of that the columns of opened Rail Road Company, 5 furkins of BUTTER. ::;
T sacrifice of comfort that little
so the that 12 April, 1834. [35-3w) AMB. CRANE.
I !2e. ihould 1.t and an advocate for a Consolidated General Go to Marion" upon same terms theyare notice is hereby given 'that an Election will be heldat
(Ian Bald or known, in regard to them. In- to others. ONE OF THE PEOPLE. the Treasury Office on Friday the 27th instant, JOHN W. REAVES. 1 ..
da Key ,is, I think best from its location vernment. I am sorry he has that opinion of .
adapted at 11 o'clock, A. M. for seven Directors for said tos. Uacent.
<" Ind the conveniences it possesses, and therefore I me, and can assure him that no man is farther Company. By order of-the Board, ALEXANDER SHIN 'E. JALL _

E hU only speak of it. This Key 01 Island is from it than I am. A man must have atudied i the RUMORS.-It is rumored that Com. Chauncy CHARLES AUSTIN, Sec'ry. persons concerned will take notice that sutt
C l of both of the United June 1834. [44 2w been instituted by Attachment in the above
uated our Constitutions, Tallahassee.7th ]
j
on the Reef, in lat. 24 degrees, and some principles is about to resign bis place on the'oa rd stated returnable
' rase, to'a Justice Court to be held
,fllt utcs, it is bounded on the South by the (Uulf'team States, and of the individual States, (to but little of Navy Commissioners on account of ill TALLAHASSEE RAIL ROAD COMPANY. by R. J. Hackley, esq. in the city of Tallahassee on

I about five mile distaL ; on the purpose) if he cannot see that Congress would be health ; and it is thought that Com. Elliottwill NOTICE' is hereby given, tnat the subscription the first Monday inpril next. The defendant and

thE e main land about 15 or 20 miles, Norththe wholly incompetent to manage the internal affairsof be appointed to the vacancy and that 3fiJresaid.CQmpany will be open again. all persons interested, are required to ap'pear and
FRANKLIN
'f I ast and West by the Matacombo Keys, 'which the States. I do not believe that any man Com. Downes will be placed in commandNavy of on Monday the 16th instant, at the Treasury Office :I plead.March 27th, 1834. l36-3"2LCon.stablt.] S. JOHNSON
of the Stock not subscribed for.
I *' !Iarioe" for the residue
.re think that this
quite this and unwilling to Yard in town.
wishes am Ihe
It is
r contiguous. very small, containing By order of the Board, Superior Court -Middle District of Florida
Inly a few is serious when he charges this upon me. The coppering of4 Old Ironside has been
0I acre, but highly improved ; nearly CHARLES AUSTIN, SecVy. LEON COUNTY.

0I 40,000 having been spent.on it by its interpriaing The very preamble to the Constitution of the U- completed, and the carpenters painters,. &c, Tallahassee 7th June, 1834. (44lf) WILLIAM B. NUTTALL, 1

Itoprietor, Captain flousmafi, who has erecteddiome niled States shows at once, that the powers granted 'are now engaged in finishing off the cabin' -- WILLIAKt Trustee of _. .
wante&for JVew York. : L. HASKINS Co.Assumpsit.
b state The has been nearly Freight fy
ship
buildings loam from tu Congress by the Convention, are.of a gene: rooms &c. .
d ; broughtrich a load nd it rebuilt al0:05t > timber, and we believe, The schr. WASHINGTON, Ci Lt.s es. Attachment.
isLance to fertilize the-soil and has almost e ral' and national character, and not, ; rery JOHN LAUDAMAN. J JIn
very wilLsail
SWUM about
the
hence
although I- 'firatJof
t,pecies of tropical fruit trees growing luxuriantly.ing equally shows.that the individual Statea are wholly J- quite every plank have been removed July next, and will carry freight'low fHlHE above cause has been instituted, and a Wr&
such or of effecting in many cases the ol 4 timber and plank JL of Attachment therein issued and made returnable
exercising powers, if A' v
GaD be more picturesque and beaU titul: incapable early application is made.
rfcfeir She to the nejt term of said Court. The
D have been used in original places. defendantand
the objects tR\crated. 1 do insist upon few can also be comfortably accommodated i
JJthis spot, the 'beach of-*uch pure, flawliug of ''Dock passengers very all others ccmcerned, are hereby notified to appear
T ?*, ntras"ted with the dark fiolage of the it, however, that no OQe State has the right to will soon come out tbe'Dry a new ,'by. applying. ttf j and plead to the declaration filed in said case uecoril-:

"tt*: ana thevt 9 .ofthecwJ|cb Nullify *n act of Co jgrc ; and I say. upaa ayhmjour and complete ship i of moat'perfect and bSft itt KERR. &- STURGES.. inltto (law. H. W. BRADEN Atl'v fuPl'&fP'

.II.p 1\ lieh CrteD D ie' 'fe UnJSf. e 1hercl' that U dote | P.| rtonie? ft be one of the ful model.-[DnnkerUiU AUroff.] June W, 1934. (t144)w j jA vc. c4J'Ilt 18, 1634. P-3&n.]


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NOTICE. In Superior Court middle district Leon County. CONSUMPTION subscriber has taken .*

_ KERR: & STURGES CURED. THE takes this the PLIST E1S'

_ 'J: t\liE Law partnership formerly extstinp between assignee of Wm. Williams, 1 I Petllion: to forclosevs LA MONTERAT'S COLUMBIAN VEGETABLE and the puWic that opportunity his HOUSE will of inform;:. .
DE !
_ vA John P. Booth and James 1). Weslcott Jr. hath : Mort&age. ception on the 1st of March be optnfor\heif
SPECIFIC. 183128lf
been dissolved! by agreement THEODORE FLOT ARD.) hto
March ieu.: .1 is hereby given to the said Theodore Flo- 1 most valuable I remedy ever Yet dlsco\'ercd fir KIDDAR M. M

NOTICE to all persons claiming, or to claim by, ItlC of Coughs, Colds' Consurnpfiofl1.sthma RAIL ROt\-Books o subscn tl 00ll

A CARD. through, or under him, and to all persons interested, Spitting of BtOo, ninth 1 all 1 BOYD or thc Breast and Treasurer's office and I\areDcnr .
in that ;petition to foreclose a mortgage lots in tnr by J. Phil.Jclphia. It for sixty days from the date 'hereof. et
tj' hMFS WcsTcorr JnClOldcc1inrd a continuance A UCTION SALES.-The subscriber having loca- Lungs. Prepared the for t.e I
th. oflkiMif Secretary (>f Florida,and aercpted thpmTflii0flcf .1'-ted himself in Tallahassee, proposes to do n gen city of Tallahassee, (original plan,) No. 181, 1..2a.d compJSCS the dlshu,b"m gives strength to Stock of the Tallahassee Rail Road, Ci'
U t;. Attorney the Middle Ditrict.cbicflYthat he mighttlovotehis sale 20'1' mortgaged to Vi1Ii.lmVllhams, and the .r rons the Spirits, f'tC. be received at the above place durin bscf'.1pti nsbr
repairs
commission business
eml regular days, Tuesday Lungs, ,
tim tirlutirely und unrenittinn'y to the practice of toVilliam Kerr cacti I bottle of theSpecitie I S t1tttd
assi-ncd transferred tel
and
and tl wlierc, and Saturday. Williams Bill of DIrectIOns aeconupaflyii1g CHARr'S
Florida A
tlw Law. and he informs his friend in S
that business entrusted to him in the Court of Ar[vvin. in lIe will also attend to administrator and other sales and Robert Sunless, has been flied this day in the t in a most coiwpieucnui manneralh Secretary and Treasurer to the Board of Zr S1'r. -
in tb' SuperiOrCii&Uif of Court of Leon County. pomt1J1g.Olt'l different stages of the disease Tallahassee, February 2'JJ ,
any of nllrts of th.ti Idle District or h the county. ROBERT J. HACKLEY. Clerks office the Superior sy, lCI 13}.
Jackson and Franklin Counties in \\i-iit HorHa. or Dated this ISO march I31JAMES I ti ,nsrespcctinITtlwtre3tmcntw I 'I C 1 tl
of Ih-catur and Thomas Counties, Georgia, will receive the March 23d 1833. 33tf A. BER TI1ELOT, and p rtUtCoulT'clrtl'el well authenticated eerliusng PER schooner Charles ElIm1Jo'tn 1
N. B. Instruments of writing executed with! neatness 1 with i many ncr
most paactual and at 'iJuous attention. the subscriber is in 'ry,
Kerr & Sturgcs. t'.4c
: Tallahassee May U. 1B34. ___ and despatch, bv R. J. HACKLE\ _march_ _22,-((32lf.- .. ) For nctioners- -. ficatcs of cures, etc.- and increasing demana cciviri from Charleston, S. Carolina daily etpectio oii .i 1

MIDDLE DISTRICT : SAW GINS, manufactured by Jas. Boat w right, $:.tO5 REWARD. In consequence' 01 proprietor the b'" :is enabled to reduce. the I i CORN, F FLOUR SALT, .tl.rgQoC soI11ersC
the
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Superior Court-Lton County. Columbia, South Caroliny JNO. BLAIR, for sale PEACHY.ALSO by PROCLAMATION fr price t 7Pfcents per bottle,thereby enabling It lucerne. For sale on Consignment. Individual, &c.' te.f' (East

\WILLIAM. BRIGGS, ) In .!umpsit.V5 ET within the reach of all persons O. the I above articles, I had 'best anily imnflld'WI3UIM. l.i I1tCotIt

i Summons SI,050.C 1,700bushs. SALTcoarse and fine-apply as above. 1L1at IPQ ID'W7 Dr. CHAPMAN'S Anti-Dyspeptic Pills. JOHN II L.\I R FE 1}.
CHAHLE C. ASH, 1833. CiOVKRN'O't OK KLOHIDA.WO These Pills have been successfully used I by then Sr. Marks, April 8th, 18 ;-*. {3utf| A"lly' fot1Zt'or'
February: 8th --{I'26tfj
,'hU1eat issucd ?1arch 10th, 1831, for .1S0. HUNDRED DOLLARS is hereby offered their cfhcacy (over
_ I AND I IYER-COMPLAINT. i of two ninawav slaves mils who can testify to superior of Jll a Superior Court for the A. (,( .
DYSPEPSIA .. for the apprehension other remedies now in use) for the cure Dys- 1J is
THOMAS W. FAUNTLEROY,' Professor of Physiolngirn' charged wit lithe murder JAMES ItOUND'l'REE, many: in all their complicated forms they give_ strength Florida, Leon County' l1ctoJ re'I'

vs 1} In debt. dicine, who, for several years, has devoted his inure I vsq., late of the county of Lownds and state ot ueorKia (oepsia the debilitated of digestion, repair the appe- Helel at the City of Tallahassee. on Th'

', J 3HN LAUD AM'AN, who is im- j Suinmons8200 attention to the treatment of chrome or inveterate dis. : Tho dci-eavcJ was murdered in Leon County, nite o ,removcs nausea organs and sickness of the stomach, hajitiwlcoslivcncss the 2-lth day of April, 183 J ragoin.st -

pleaded with James: S. Linn, J I eases, has succeeded, by chemical analysis and synthesis iear the line between Georgia and Florida, about.one ) 1 head-ach, palpitation of the heart: I II' A. SLAUGHTER & C. LABUZAN '
5th 1831 for 81,090. in combination from several proximate R. lI1lhe night of the .'tIn )
Attachment issued April forming a mile above Mannings, | other nervous affections. They contain nolcrcury Complainants j
vegetable principles, to which he has given thenanic inst. The persons char .d with the mnrdcV aforesaid AH\ many nor do they sicken the stomach, they, are a.'. ,
LOOCKERMANVILLIUt ) Medicinal Stomachics et Hepatica; whirh has black mnii brl.'numg to \v 1 ,
EDWARD ; arc a mild and Fate cathartic : there is no restriction 11dut CAROLINE JANE I
& P. CRAIG, trading \ proved far morc ellicient than any remedy heretofore ; .1-" '*' named CIUTTEM, formerly the.proper'131n drink to wet or cold wnilc using '.hem. administratrix RINGQoLDInCi I ha.l
under the nam-, blyle, and 1 ju assumpsit. discovered, in curing those distressing maladies of ty of John S. Shepanl Esq. This lfll nv is about 1 and : "Hill>r of directions or exposure vill accompany each box of 1.1:, 'deceased! and I Richard':f James and G. RSn jrnlc!: Ifl

firm of LOOCKERM.VN & Ciuic, mind and body, which are generally c.oll prei1enJe.Binder five t:' eight inches high, artive al1 \\"cllmallci ; will their clleris.FfJai Maryllm-- )
.ich explain Defendants. -
DYSPEPSIA and LnEn-C .M -23: old he is vii- fully g.ihl, j j
"s, the sweeping terms about 20 or y nrs a : known reputatio f tncse Pills for S
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THEODORE LAPORTE r PLANTS-It I likewise e an almost certain. cure for enlavement han The other slave is a mulatto, named JOE, thproperty the the proprietor {p. )(; D, IllIlatlclphl.1)uccllfsr.t. ) IT appearing to the satisfaction of tlieuonrt_ J I
alias Count DE LA PORTED.3 of the SPLEEN. ; of William.. Wyatt Esq and. former1) 'c- further detail: ol defendants. do not reside! in the 14, IdJC
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issued Janvaiy: ', 1831, forSG97 52. A rnon \ t nnt1 T ; ,,._. '" x..IUIC-I. JL-r."l uC v.ulxllfll t.UlllllV./ unnecessary givo any in the State of Georgia : On m-ilion ililtOry'H
Attachment oms Rvs3rm' of
stemach ,.. .." 1 \' In' the sto. JOE is much 1'1'1 ckIed-Iaas, blue eye*, and is about 5 them. A fresh supply has been received, and for sale
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n nants counsel it is ordered that
... unless rf-l
.ia 4 .-r.v j-.,.-j-_- c-..ov.ui me fssuing of-said i. I7ncbnchol: irritability, disagreeable taste intlu feet G or 7 inches high, and well made, he may attempt by appointment by h. D. PERKINb. dants do appear here on or before the fi.tIo the said I oo ;
: AuaehiU'-iits, as above stated, and are aho required mouth ; jreat irregularity of appetite, which sometimes to pass as a free man and may change }his name ; Tallahassee, N/v 23d I f-Hf Otolier next, and answer the *| [anJllA

t') a;>i,car and ptead[ to the declaration filed in said voracious snd at other times greatly deficient : he is about23 yt-ars olil f&'ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS said bill will betaken complainants. bif"
thirst fetid breath nausea weakness of the stomach for each of the a- FRESH DRUGS. pro confe o, andtlie
H i I rases respectively, accord in? to I'v statute in surh REWARD, wJIIJc given I thereofcrerd I accordingly\ I : Provided Jnat. C3la
!I : case made and prO\r t.d. Dated May 12th, 1831. ind CI ucttt:OlS, palpitation, drowsiness*, irregularity ho-c described slaves, .f delivered to the Marshal of this order'.- inserted in the a f-n..
Floridi\n .
::4 : JAMES D. uf the bowels, pressure on the stomach after meals the Middle District of Florida, or to the SherifTof the &npagll 9 tplm W\1lWu.r Q ne ,
ill ?
WESTCOTT.Jn40tf pain in the head, dizziness or vertigo ; confusiun of county of Leon, or secured in any jail in this Tern- JUST received a full supply of freih lh'u.plCtS, published t'allaha"see once a week for four q'iOil
Att'v lor Plt'Ps successively, lotis t) saic1 first
mind, attended with the loss of memory, a guawinf tory I etc etc prey l'.IonJal ofOc Ab
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE OF MORTG. in the stomach when empty, chilliness, affection of Given under my hand .it the City of Tal- Also, sugar boiler's Thermometers, f'ra uatc'l! t r,3;) (A copy) Tester l:
: All persons interested will take notice that sijht and hearing, pain lint weakness in the Lack lahas: !e, this 29th day of March, 1831 and degrees, on brass scales of 22 inches ; Lit'init '1'Ut1er- \ r: 10 (p: )-4'n J JAS. S. LINY.Cn IBcEa

I. the C'ntl':1llllIIk of Florida," intend to institute languor disturbed sleep, cold feet and hands tronorUl1co.l.illcs3 of the Independence of the United States the ic, etc. : Maynard and Noyc's cele-bratul and Ink dt (l Superior Court for the JIidJU D """l7 las:
enlt; upon a certain mortgage undo and cxoeutt-d by in the throat, cjugh, pain ill the side 01 Fity-Eighthyeir.' Powder Lowe and Reeds genuine Chlorine tootti Florida, Leon County dc
i William G. Burgess and Mary Ann his wife, on the breast, &c. WM. P. DIJVAL. wash thr. best article kno.vn for diseased t'-.rh .lnllgums' ,
13Lh l:1y of March 1 q33, unto Wilthrn Williams, of The above maladies lead to organic affections: of tlntoiiiatii ; Cullards Oil of soap: for cI"\I1:ill* %\IJII len Held at the City of Tallahassee! on !onda" 1 IIvi

and upon the south half of lot No. 93) and the whole of r : liver, and heart, terminating in DropsyCon. $205 Dollars. clolhs; salts ot Lemon, for removing ink and% am.s in 21 at day of April, li'3i. : iha

lot No. 96, in the city of Tallahassee, and the stores, sumption, Apoplexy, &c. according to the climate, habits I N addition 10 the above reward, the -citizens of cloth ; Lucifer and Phosphorus, matches ; OdJl.me's JOHN ROBr.R'l S. Complainant, ])Upl"uat.

dwelling house, kitchen, stables, and other improvements age, sex, and temperanniU of tho patient.Papared Tallahassee and vicinity offer TWO HUNDRED celebrated water colours, etc; beautiful c.Iass i ink I stands .iiiiit lOt ,
thereon to secure the pnym"nt of a note for by J. P. PETEIlH\1. D., MiliedgcullcInventor AND FIVE DOLLARS; also, such fivt'ier sums, and Pounce boxes ; fancy and mfdiratcrl lozenges ; Kf.lZAULTH ROBERTS'. Defendant, ), a 1j.1 -

62OO'en( l by said Hurqjcss and Green II. Ch \irec. and sole proprietor. as may be contnbutcd by those who have not yet had patent barley, powdered, sago, etc. etc. All 1 of u Inch ip.ir mnjr to tine: satiificts-mof the! V"f't.

\ (as: security) to'saiJ Williams) on the e.une day I payable 7'rstimonials.-Xu1Ilcrous certificates might be adduced an opportunity to -..ubscrioe.Tallaha will be sold cheap for cashor o.1l'proHd rrfil.r.; JT I 't.'ulavit: : of ti.e "i-oi.ipfainaiU. thru C'IIrt.the"H J

I Jamury. 1st 1 31, with intrrcstat 10 per. centum, relative to the extraordinary cures performecby *'. MarhgQ'h.NSURANCE 31-tf. E. U. PEIIKINS.: unit! (i xfcs:. in the :v_df t : of: Son j h CMfLtll'' ( >. IIy
: frojn d.t!. :an.J which n"te and f1)rtP1tC have been using these medicines; but the following are thought Tallahassee, Decembor Mlh Idtf I.;" ion of s.'id 1 Ch1p \n.\nt': b" j
assigned by said Williams: to said Cent 1'\1 Bank! of sufficient to satisfy the minds of the must skeptical! : rll:,* unless th said rlefe-ivJvnt do Ot!.:'''
: JuCr
1'lorid.l"-AuJ that Mi d Central Dank of Florida" Frym Dr. James Erect!, Author of the Medical Coinpan NEW DRUG lOUE, V.JA'A/.MV.?.-The .sub- till! Aftht | aj r.earie aja '
b
') fare
; bas this day filed its petition (felting forth said note ion, or Family Physician. has just received by hip American, firm :; in 0tol.r l1IpluUII.tnnllr ivxt-the said hM 'J.e firt :' sit
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cay Will
II t and mortgage and the alignments thereof and the a- NEW-ORLF.ANS, Dec. 20ih 1633. New York a complete assortment of frcth and genuine and the m if lors th roof, fh''rf':11[ | vco.ij'csso bken! T
I : I coUnt due upon the samr). to the Superior Court for To ir/jom it nicy concern.-This is to certify, tint I Drugs and Medicine, also paints, oils, gla.-.s and I I','..irlr d I of- thb order he a'.cululi; A
a r : '
I the !Middle District of Fl"riJin and for the county have witncssi the operation of Dr. Peter's JJediciia ; lye stuffs, patent mcdicin", peifumcry: sirgt-on icstruincnts py r.isrttd iaihe'r.imlian : 'f
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{ t>f Leon, in the Clerks olncc of said courtat Talbh\s- Slonachicc llepaticx in a number of very obstinate etc. etc., comprising syrup, sar.aparltla.cxt. : ,,a uev ipaper published a Tal: ; three !
I cce--and 'have also filed\ therewith said original mortgage Dyspeptic and Liver-affections, of long standing like = Bclladonat., ciouta, extract quinine, pniibi'r i? ,. of nmnins O ob'r.successively, pittious'tosiij ;

'Ii f and have prayed for hc foreclosure- the equity wis'j in several cascsof the enlargements of the j/lecn ; : j iron, sal marti ;_ itaii.--, corrosive ..ublimate: an pi \h r.tIOn.l.lj"( \ ,'( .) rp..

t tl redemption of sti.l l mortgagors and all persons claimIH and its atTt.c.ts were truly astollj"tillg.! I have no hesitation I' IlpIt. mineral, isinglas:,i'"line, 'unkiiio, Henry's :: ;; f.si.- ',; .v: 10.p r rp.1": -.i ( '.s. s. t-tiC
; J Jp' through or under them, in and to s -.id Tjortg- ; in diM-iarinq; it the mint valuable preparation manna, sulphate morphtum, muik, nil cnx.m, F.iicli.i:: ----LINNcr.

!I' ngc-1) property, and that application will be duly made for those distressing ailments{ that It.lS.t.r conic \s ilh- .. blue moss, pulv. ntim'nialcs! helidvH". sqiiIIr'z': -

for such judmenLlffrtrf-dosurl', and other proe.cdings: in my knowledge. JAMES EWELL\1. I). ergot, forerujruk seed l, cephalic snuff, .I isi-i Lisa ,1"stic
had on said ,petition .u-cording to the! statutes m such Willccs{ County CPU. Jan. 1831. (4I plasters, Swaims panacea, ditto Vt rniif'zgc, quinim:,

't caw uadc and provided. Dated, February: 22d 1S 3J. The u-drrslpncd; can bear testimony to the superior .r strychnine, morphiuni: breast; pipes nipple shields: ,

p I JAlES.D.VESTC01'T, Jr. efficacy of Dr. l'etcr'sICIic1Iie: Sionurhica tt I Hejxitca cupping instrument, complete! with pumps, stomach I

\ 25tfl Attorney Pelitiuur.MIDDLE ; III the cure: of Dyspepsia and Liver Complaints pumps, complete with metallic purapi etc., elcctnral I.1 ]
_'-- from personal battery funnel las5- vials gIa.s j
experience. glass stopped lamp .1c
ii I DISTRICT : \Vl.. G. JOHNSON. agt\lr.stloss or damage by FIRE can male and fcm.'vlc urinals, cu\\u lancets, UMnlceys! a .

. f'} Superior Court-Jefferson Ccunty. Dr. P's Mcdicinze Sto-nichicae Hcpauru arc put up be cilecicd on the most favorable! terms, on anpli- hawk bills, sjurgcoiio .iredle-s, pcssaric, tr-isse-s, gold I .

;. 1 James J.. Parish ff In Covenant. in j>nrccls wi'h full directions fur using. Fruru onto acf all to the Subscriber, agent of the Protccton: Insurance leaf, carmine", camel's hair pencils, watr colour! paints, (

' I Jlarlin Palmer, three parcels will!! bo necessary to complete a cure. company, Hartford Connecticut. In every ajvplication carmine saucers, self syren es, some of the very valuable -
\ II I vs. Summons respondendum furS ,. The price i-s $5 a parcel.A the fair C5sh'aue/ of the property mu.,t be preparations of Mr. GEORGE '\'. CAKPENTH:! :, -

J 1 OSIIcll /:. Hurt.Aua J 2,500 danntjes. great quantity: of the above valuable stated, and satisfactory evidence. furnished of the cor- Philadelnljin t\-\-r\ ). -vr .....-o..r.U.lo, puitying tho jADE and tiolu wholesale HdR ,
very preparations "fHAi.* nf tl,, .-,- -- ----., -... iiiimtlcharacter blood and invi .' nmJenrk
.... rf ft.juu dratm the ", 3fd. CHeme
''hr.ient issued May IClh, 1831, fur S 1000 wlIIJe kiit ro' i.1L. i t of the The ; ; syatcm generally. cfjur.tv by
datives.James: E. B. PEtIUNS, Tallahassee, applicant. solvency of the Office ExUfJuchee for complaints of the bladder, urelha, concerned in the Patent with Dr_ Jadkim.Thi .7
aud! its fairnessand
I Who authorised to dispose of them, either at whole- liulon. punctuality may be confidently rc- etc. con;p'tl syr. liverwort, an invaluable! remedy for ) ; abovo Ointment H cflci'cd to the puMicul! :

I J.. Perish, } In Case. salt or retail!, on as reasonable terms as luey can Ijt FC.J. E. B. PERKINS.'l'allahassee. coughs, coiiMunptiorij etc. citratcd hull for making the fate and certain: remedy l fur ihoyu obstij.iittfiii-.fi! *>, C
I 2:
..L vs. > Summons icsponilcnd'im" for obtained of the proprici r. 1S3I. 27tf' neutral mixture, Harrowgate salts, the celcbiatcd- some of which have so long bafile-ii the skill of me CiC!

I Qsictll;. Binrf.I ) 2,' Ol( d\IIIlI, .;. JOS. PRIESTLEY PETERS. j R AND'S TONIC MIXTURE. dicines of Mr. Thompson Kidder, Boston ; iz. Kelps science.

. .I .\tt.\clln lLt issued May ICth, Ib3l, Jor $ boo da- The followirg are few among tine many persons tint: : I a perfect and lasting botanical drop.s, said to be a most certain and' O".'dual: 1st White Swellin aof every ,re iI i\\ I c1Is.n hive been either cniircly cuitdor; jrrcatly benefited i.; cure for the Fever and Ague. For sale remedy for every disorder arUinrr from an impure 2d Sore L.gs tr.rlllcr: of I loug stanJing.

I within the last iv. elve months, by the ue of Dr. Pe wholesale and retail, by FLETCHER stale of the blood, and humours, Keif's B. drops, asthmatic 3d richirrusor Glandular! Tumour p.uticala'j'

; ; defendant: i in said ca es, and all others inte. ters' Medicino Stomaclucac tt HcMlica: within the & WESTCOTT, Den ggist, dppahchi pills for female complaints, obstruction:-, hypochondria those hardened tumours. in women's breasts\vhichufui
; THE
f1 will take notice of the issuing of *aHAttachmrnts Elate of Georgia. r cola, Florida etc. anti-billious pills, vegetable< -sf ecific for times terminate in ulcerated eanrfr
I'l a: above stated, and said defendant is Mrs. Abncr Hicks, Wilkinson.Mrs. 11 hereby appoint Mess. Fletcher! and dyspepsia and indigestion, rheumaticlm-uncmHun- 4th Felons, or Whlt some people know by the na 123]

p j ols required] to apponr and plcul to the declirati-m Capt. James Willis, lo.) \ftC.tl'OtL my agents for the sale of"Row- ters syphilitic mcde, Dmnfrey's ointment, pile remedy, -> Catarrhs, of every description.5th :
I filed in snid cises respectively, arcoiding to the sta- Col Wm. F. Bond do. :lIJ'S Tonic Mixture" in the Territory eye water, British anl1- "ep ir denlritice, ali iol1 coin Rheumatic I'uinsof the joint t

r viute in such case made. and provided. Wayne \V. Elands, Esq. Laurens. jf Florida, Eastern part of Alabama, & I plaster, cambrian tooth ache rills. With other arti- Uth Sprains and Bruis.- of every description anwhatever

Dated May ISih, 1K33.41tf Bryan Allen EMJ. do. ,V f .[all ,'t: of Georgia ; who arc nblo to furnu-h des too numcrcu? to mention, the abr.vc fr>r sql.l ; low part situate. 1

I J. D. WESTCOTT, Jr. Att'\' for Plt' '. Col.! John \V. Porter, Morgan. the said nn-dfint-s to all who may apply to tlu m on for cash, or approved credit. E. C. LEDYA !lD.Marianna 7th Tellers of all kinds. In thiscomnla-at' !! the! P:
_- flanford Chapman, Esq. Jones. as favourable! term.a: they can obVam frotH thc October 26th-1 Itf Drllgg'ist. ientr in applying the Ointment must keep the pout it
IA AND.-For sale valuable tract of land contain- Alexander: Irvin, Eq Washington. pricl ;r him df." ?i ined, pro of water-

jug 5CO acres, lyinj near Montiecllo, Jeficrsnr. Col. Geo. G. Matheus, Greco. 34 JNO. R. ROWAND." DRUG STORE FOR SALE. I 8th Chilblain*, or parts affected by iro t.

county, Florida belonging to Lawrence Hill of New- "Phihdelphia; O"t. 24th 1833." 21 ILl TilE subscriberishinjr i t') close his. It is also one of the best remedies for Barn atl:
York, this tract of laud is about one half hammock, ,. i? J OlIN HENRY,-Will business, will sell his D'ug Esfiblihnien% Scalds It cases the pain and draws the fire oat ml !
I. and the balance of oak and well watered with spring .. again stand at my .stable DOCTOR JOHN McLEMOUK.ESPECTFULLY if cousistms of Frcsh and DRUGS :I short ttmA.I .

I branch running through! the same : persons Avi&hingto .. i'i; in Marianna and will bc let R inform his friends that hf has MEDICINES, Patent genuine Medicines, Sur i I For Inflamed Women's DreasK and Glandular,

sec the land, will apply to James L. Parish Esqr at Marcs at Twenty Dollars again resumed tle duties of lib profc&sino.Nov bc n'l Instruments. &c. &c. with the fixtures I Swellings it is superior to any iredicine yet known
: Monticcllo, wino will how the same, and for terms: the season, which has 23d 1 ,tf and furniture extremely low. The assortment I Ii I I tho medical f faculty It is much safer than mercan

xvhhh will be liberal, apply to me in Tallahassee : I now commenced, and will SALE, at the whareliouju of thy subscriber i is well selected and will be sold either together or in of any prepartion of that material,) because itd(
-; will aho sell the remaining lots, in the WCt addition continue until the 1st day of August ; payable the 1st FUR consignment, parcels. Druggiots and'Physicians will find it to their not lay the patient liable to injury fioni eipose

to Munticclln. and give a bargain if applied for soon: day of January next. 85 bundles pressed HAY interest to call and examine the articles and p'ices.E. .

l I ,' 23..1 I5tf|_TUKBUTT It: BETTON: John) Henry is full 5 feet 2J inches high, a beautifulred 20 barrels Northern FLOUR, C. LEDYARD. cold.This Ointment ha* cured sores of many year3 StV'

\ ANP COMMISSION) BUSI sorrel, &.c.-in his form and actiun may be seen a 25 do. HUSH POTATOES Mariannn, W. F. 2 A ;ril, 1831 [35-3w ] ing. Where it is impossible or imprudent to heal tie
WAREHOUSE .\' ELOR1DA a perfect model of a race horse : his celts from the 5 furkins of BUTTER. external sore, in consequence of the bone LecomiaScari

\ The subscribers, having nt.;>ociaicd themselves togclh most America.common Mares would do credit to any horse in 12 April, ISU.; [35-3u ) A\ B. CRANE. DOCTOR J. EDWIN STEWART, 1 us or rotten, it will stop thc progress oftliccsnej,
er under the stile and fiini of FORD & IIAI{ DIN, lids 8 years old this spring, &. was Sired offers his professional services I incroabo the quantity of the discharge. remove the
., the celebrated JOHN 'V. REAVES. RESPECTFULLY
I by old Muckle John, his d im by Gallatin i fnosive euiclt. and the '
purpose transacting a General WARE HOUSE aad Tallahassee and its vicinity as ease pain.
COMMISSION llnsiness at 'Ipalcchiccla. Having : for n further knowledge of his pedigree, reference > Attachment. practitioner of medicine. His cjjice is on Jefferson It cures tho worst Felons or \Whitlow oa an app!
made suitable arrangements with several vessels 1 for may be had to Col. R. II. Long, his present owner. ALEXANDER SIIlN IE. ) st. next door to Mr. Perkins' drug store. cation of 46 hours.Rheumatisms .
I have no hesitation in saying that, that this Horse A LL persons concerned will take notice that suit I becontt
Cotton Tallahassee Nov which have stood as to
the direct trtmipcrlation of &c. ilhcr to New 23d 1833- I5tf ai' long
York or New Orleans and having facilities at all pnsscssesboth speed and bottom. In all the public! races 1)has been institwcd by Attachment in the above I a systematic disorder. requires medicine betake am*
; he ran, nis order and management are so well )known, stated case, returnable to a Justice Court to be held / comiioicases
times within their to make reasonable advances 't .1111 Wiirdly to remove them entirely. Bat in most
.:1 upon prodrcc consigned power to their care and management that I deem it unnecessary to mention the perliculars by R. J. Hackley, esq. in the city of Tallahassee on ,--I./.:, by applying this Ointment externally as direct:d Ilh
;
I they would respectfully tender their services and so. his race, however, with Thaddeus and Ajax, was very the first Monday -\prilncxt.. The defendant and it will give relief And-even old people! I 1/

I' licit a liberal patronage in the above line of business, respectable, distancing tho field the second heat in 3m all persons interested arc required to appear and I % -: ; pains bon e been of longer standing, it will easel!
I I pledging thcirtwna and individual Attention to all 58s., without his plates ; vp to this race J. H. had never plead. FRANKLIN S. JOHNSON, : ,
bun shod or plated. Aftwhich March 27th. 1831. pain.To
k business consigned to them, either for sale or other- race he was matched |13GL___._"____Constable. cea captains and masters of vessels this oiDtmea
t against Thaddeu!, Two mile heats, for 500, to be run bell I'!
it
vise.I Court be coast
Superior -Middle District of Florida must very valuable in winter on our
the d
Their Ware Houses and Close Stores are undergo- over Ciuincy course in April following, and received LEON COUNTY. L3RA1TTEI very certain in itj effects on Chilblains or parts affectl!
.. .* .. one half forfeit ; on that day he could have run arcipectaile I ill Jetefi
*rt tf *\ tbqrou..ot1-r' ;111. Ij/*** yN.Hn"; rt. WILLIAM D. KUTTALL I with frost likewise preserves its qualities
IW.t.\ /raBle part of the to\\H, and as exempt rnoo ft .lr..1 any liui:c, allY distance. 1 i
: from the Dangers of fire as any other house of In a private trial before the day of his race, he run Acting Trustee of : mates of u1,I I
a
similar character, on the Point. a dash of I mile \\ilh} a 110 pounds (in a heavy pairof WILLIAM L. HASKINS & Co.Assumpsit: Lu A largo mass testimony proving the value wI:
those
: most excellent medicine will be shewu to
WM. P. FORD (l Inic of Augusta Ga.) exercising shoes) in !1m. 53s. ; in a few days after \'s. In Attachment. [ -
JOHN j wish further information to Dr
1 his LAUDAMAN- on applicalion
EDWD. IIARD1N, (ApalachiJola. icuirn from O.ui"cy"he run a dash of 4 miles with) ..
) J 10 hot ''I1 above has been ,_. tons or to of his authorized agents.
cause any
pounds (a about the instituted
day, first of and writ
RE.'CES.SteKart a ie tcfi.
% Fontaine Smith &. May, (two i' 'i_. ; I
JL The above medicine sold appointmentthe
Morgan, J. S. Cdhoun M. W. times in the stand), one in 7m 58s, the other 8m 2s. of Att1.chmcntthcrcm issued and made rettirna FULL by special
Perry T. supply of Landreths'
; 4Co. 4Jl/. ble the A superior garden and warranted .
to genuine.E.
In the summer following ho had violent next term of said Court. The patentee
Evans 4- Co., H'hittick Greenwood 4. Co. a attack of the defendant herb and flower seeds
,-Columbus. and all others just received ant war rented B. I'ERKINS. DRCCCIST.
Wind concerned
Began 4- Knetland staggers, which caused him to loose one of his are hereby notified to
Jas. fresh
Hamilton appear
4Son, John R ; by E. B. PERKINS.
21ih 1831.
and Tallahassee
Pitkin.NewYork.. eyes. In the fall he was again trained and let down pltad to the cc1art tion filc.l in said case according Octobcr 29th. February .

i. E. JV. Gregory, Bogart 4Hawthorn..-N. Orleans. in a sweat. to law. II. 'v. BRADEN, Att'y for Pl'tlTsD i t.ItOWA1ND'S f DUMFRIES REMEDY FOR THE PILES!
St John Those who are desirous to raise fine horsrs >ltcd March 28, 1831. [35-3m.] whIch ,,8 '
'. 4- Lracens, T. W. .Vcfoi/--Mobilc./ would ; The proprietor begs leave to recommend ( J
__Au:. 17. 1833 Itf do well to patronize him. JAMES J. PITTMAN. OTICE.-The office of the "Commissioner of docs with the fullest confidence) one of the most ![a -
Mal'nna, March 1st 1334. 29tf 1. the city of Tallahassee," is at present kept in TONIC able! remedies known for this troublesome and pal"I

FLORIDA L.qJ D FOR & I.lL. STORAGE STORAGE! STORAGE the Treasurer's and Auditor's office in the Capitol.. MIXTURE.A complaint. Withuutgoing into detail, he deemS ite-:
undersigned 29tfJ WILLIS ALLSTON Commissioner. FULL supply of this valuable medicine is just he has in his sessionthemo8tu; -*
THE having purchased of General TN addition notigh to say, po .
his -
to old received. I
Fayette, the township) of land in Florida ware-house the shall hereafter have it constantly on doubted testimonials that it has more complete'' "
: ted tr him by the Congress of the United States,gran offer -* subscriber has recently erected n spacious build DJlm o m w w ,1 hand. sweredthe purpose for which it is intended, than aD.1 j
the same fur sale. 80 by 23 feet for receiving (COUNSELLOR IT IS WARRANTED TO BE A SAFE
ng cotton and goods. AND ATTORNEY AT LAW,) AND EFFECTUAL other popular medicine, IS
This Innd is situated in the imrpcdiate neighbour TIMOTHY M'CARTY. WILL; practice in the Court of Appeals ;-The REMEDY FOR FEVER AND AGUE, IK TAKEN AGREEAbLE This remedy is perfectly innocent in its apphcaoto I .
hood of Tallahassee St. Marks, December 27th 1831.I Courts TO THE DIRECTIONS. Reports having been circulated! Full directIOn ,
and is bc'ieved, for fertility of 9tfBROWN'S of Leon, Gads cn, and Jackson all conditions, ages and sexes.
I #oil, And local advantages, to be more valuable than in the Territory of Florida ; and in the Superior that this mixture contains arsenic, I am directed by description of the complaint, &c. accompany each(
I. nny other land in the territory. HOTEL. Courts of Thomas fc Decatur counties, of the Southern the Pi oprictor to say that these reports are utterly false packet, which. coouista of two boxes. Ointment aud

The Southwestern part of the township adjoins the ON the West aide of the Capitol Square, between judicial circuit of the Siaieof Georgia. Residence -and I am also authorised to offer a Reward of J U-, Electuary. Price, $1 for the whole, or 50 cents

city of 'frIl hassec, from which point to the shipping Augustine and Pensacola Streets, Tallahassee Tallahassee. November 1833. 15tf 000, Dollars to any one who will prove the existenceof but one o'f the articles is wanted. >

port r( SU Marks, a distance of about twenty miles, Florida. This establishment (to which the subscriber the least particle of Arsenic, Mercury, Antimony, A CERTAIN CURE FOR THE ITCH !

A rail road is in contemplation to be made, in a short has removed) is nowopen for the purpose of JOHN J. ADAMS or In any ordcr other to poisinous ingredient in it. inveterate, in one hour's aptiC1t tioa
time. public entertainment. prevent imposition from counterfeits
(ATTORNEY AT LAW no HOWEVER Df
,)
from cold by using
The navigation ot the St. Marks nvei has been Sept. 7th 1833. 4tf) THOMAS BROWN. removed from Quincy to Appalachicola persons except authorised agents will be furnished by taking 0I
rreently HAS Bay. the Proprietor with the mixture fries' Ointment. This preparation, for pleasa IIIf
improved, to a point within six miles of the mmWCBSJ TZDA m 1DaWaF1msJ will regularly attend the Courts held at the sole for Middle Florida to sell again. I am safety, expedition. ease and certainty, stands nnn'I ,
Southeastern part of the township, which will afford Bay, at Quincy and Alarianna ; and the annual term Rowand agent that and am assured by M. led for the cure of this troublesome complaint.! ILlS1\ to
navigation for a cheap and certain transportation of LARGE and complete assort- of the Court of Appeals at Tallahassee. Letters addressed (except a small lot sold to Mr. Eccles,) to Cure i this
not a single bottle has been rapid, as well as certain in its operation, as
produce.This .L: mentof Fresh Drugs and Medicines,just recei- to him, post paid, will bo attended to. him in or will be sent, or sold by disagreeable disorder most effectually in one bour'plication a i?,

land will be sold! in parcels to suit those w,sh- ved from New York f.nd Baltimorefor sale, wholesale February 7lh, 1834. [26lf] If Arsenic, to any has person been discovered Middle Florida, except to me : only!

ing to purchase, on a credit from five to eight years, and retail. C(' ntiy Ktrchants and Practitioners sup A CARD.HA1ILIN Rowand's, it must have been in in any mixture called It does not contain the least particle of merCUt.i*ofI.
some of the spurious imi- wi
at reasonable prices-those wishing to purchase will plied onthe m' 10 ii-rxiatioterins other and be app
tations. All therefore I dangerous ingredient may
Ciakc application to either of the undersigned E- V.- 6EIXAS, V. SNELL Tonic Mixture persons-should be cautious, who wish the genuine perfect safety by pregnant females, or to cbildreD
of
whom they I
WILLIAM B.NUTTALL __Miy29 4 (.* fl-r, liaFlorida. purchase -
JM ATTORNEY AT LAW, TALLAHASSEE FLO it: My label will be I the breast. *
en bottle sold
by :
every me .
/ HECTOR W. BRADEN ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Will attend to business confided .o him with indus- E: B: PERKINS Sole Agent for Middle Florida. Price, 37 1.2 cents a box, with ample directiOflErr oUts" .
WILLIAM P. CRAIG. try an' punctuality. Dec. 21st None aro genuinne unless signed on the
ALL persons having demands against the late 19tf Nov 23d I.
15tf.
Tallahassee, November 23d 1833. 5tf BROOKS, of Jefferson County, deceased, References-BENCH AIRES and JAS. D. WEST- I printed wrapper, by the sole proprietor, T. KlDD tJ

ICPThe Savannah Georgian Charleston Mercury, are hereby required to present them without delay to COTT Jr., Esquires. M RDICINE, SURGERY &. -Coctor W. W. I immediate successor to the late Dr. W. T. COllw 99 CO lit

Jlugusta Constitutionliet, Southern Recorder, Milledge- the subscriber, and all persons indebted to .aid sale WADDEL, respectfully announces himself to For sale at his Counting Room, over No. t iist I
I villv Georgia; Richmond Enquirer,and Star Raleigh are also required to sattlc the same. estate FOR bundles on consignment HAY. 250 sacks SALT the citizens of Tallahassee and its vicinity,as a practitioner street, near Concert Hall, Boston, and also No.4apecial by )

N. C.; will publish the above for eight"weeks and for- HARRIS BURNEY, dmilliltratC1' nied the cash. Orders must be accomJ.a1 1 in all brancher of the medical profession.He I appointment, b1' (.
by
JOHN BUIR
jrftrd iheiK Accounts this omc June 7lb, 1934 '41tfJ 26 ffiACHY. has taken the office formerly occupied by Doctor B PERKINS av
April 1834
27tfJ Awen, and men recently by pr. CraG. 1.2 tf T.tllAhuee, Mucb 10b 1 J 1> U

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