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 Material Information
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 28, 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
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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B Mggpniwi i IIM.I. a a BBaaBaBBTHE
uthorized to announce Colonel JA f MS> ? _
treau V candidate to rcpicscnt the tcr -,-; 1. .

,,tl AD'Jsln'hr ath. Y op>,re&; of the United. mill i b thn Mei.Jiu :hO.ht..O !hy 24 1,- -i, three=
for Jui 1th Jf33. !.1tr
?$ FLOIiirn. Rtorir* htgh stv. rr' <'. :and "ve"otnt'r build-

rued ti :tttnauncc 51aj. WILLIAMISfWATT in!c:: on UK premiss were demolished. The
.\Odl !Me to nt the tcrri--
a c < repress ,
hurricane thl+'n p.t-ist'd I several other
>>tti 'th 21h Congress: cf the lined : : by houses!
IIVFlorid',1"' doing much injury. Tb lat hnvir
t141'nS'tr July g7di 1333. 50tf WP hoard
from, is Alaike \It>xard'r's-
IF/LLM.V J5. "LAISSEZNOUS FAIRE." : 'tiiTe
:ri:+,'d 11+ announce every
: ----- house was swept to the earth, the
amli-latc to reprint the :
1'TE.n ?1: f.L as a u dwelling,
... 'lt+rldl, 111 the 24th ,,cn"'rC'ss (If the Uni- m'u'm.. Wt1a :orr. and all the window*: turr out of that.
w::1:,>ncf1 J833 !StfSALE. r'T:; : Fifteen of his Ner roes were

ttrtV J ",I !i. e .I'"l\'n.. r.'o". "" ....... .... .h __ : duo some of them dan J.Th... wounded-
LA n FOn v .u u. &.U. '\\I::) w. lAH.PE; TER; erou width here,

<*tf. "...sc, 1..i.rs of f.-r fir sale, 011 accommodating TAKE notice, that on the first clay of Sc ptem-, tP / tWln'- ; *" t1'3"t. (If art Mont. L.AXD| next, at l Providence in Alexander's, half a mile- I haw
the STANZAS-BY -
State written
-- T.l,:.,'' 1..lt hand5a" Rhode ot F. A. KLMBLE. two miles on each side. What would only )
Uf" >v3'np.\. sj>::ng through It ; Island.. we will proceed appear what I know-and
uasr&J : io take the Thou little the little 1 have
,
1 in Jeflion deposi star, that in remarkable tint Ietiied! ,
: .V'' : : :\1.'Dtlh'l.l, I of \\ l\ham\ J. Cross yon purple cloud was along the centre, T!'1) hailstones .
l. '. ; at the ed."
Exchange Constellation.A
The in
Section 31 .
I---. r:(v.jjj-vve-Kjuartfr, { ihe'VVhV City ul New First genof Evening, res of ice -
Orleans 'mid tSb were picked
C.,1I. '"'' :' Nortlun<:tlihtthcE, : | &* half of the 1 in the State of Lnuiciana I gJuieriog shroud, up-\'ar'ing in site
toy or ft'*; .- I l -0a ai!. ill Township} Our, Han (. on the first day of October next, we mil )rucectl "Nentli J whose dark folds: } the day lies'-cold and from a hen's to a goose's egg-ami one piece

.. .t. .!' .' .V....!..if r-: cciitair.i; : 2 together 400 acresvihin f* (1 to take the depositions of Ira Farminn-mn: I dead) I was measured and found to be six inches in l ;' : : Washington county, ;Maryland,

-. i :.-;' .I,'&:..\. ra5011" \ ; to cxtuaunc the I 1 land: Lovi: H.
..ftfp .OpuMu-\V.i'1 'n" 1, U evidence in three suits depending in the : up travelled from a man by the name of Dean, near '
- Superior Loathing the on North-west
O-WT' a
i I." 'hE1Ut t; ., l.. >..Li K.!. Court {for the County of Leon, in the Middle Dis: I c.hyey chains that bind it here, In a Southeastern Newark, breaking stone by the road side, whom

vtM ... ... jai 14w.34._: _/..1110_ ) tnr.t. of Florida, wiicrcin! Robinson & Co. and} There conies a fearful thought} ,that misery direction-leaving, as we supposed, he i ihnd immediately! recognized as an individual who

iavi .:Of- 'V Robinvon, \\'l'cden &, Co., and Levi 11. Gale, I Perhaps is found, e'en in thy distant sphere.; the town of Petersburg a little to the ri".ht. 1 fled from the country in winch he resided,
G1 it. ; K :i R are
() J pluuitifis: : and you are clefi'ndant. i Art thou world of sorrow and of!sTn It i is easy ro conceive that the destructive fourteen years agn, to escape;> a prosecution: for

r .'ZfT ..VEV.iT L..' IV.) IJALTZELLVHITE The (heritage, of death disease effects of such a wind must have been very I murder. He was: forthwith arrested and has since
\ : decay ?
1 TC\l':' 111 :',.:u!'e, 1'1".1 'dY.IO nttr'td the 1 UJr.tO: AttVs J for Pl'uTs. I. wiidcrnrss,;.;, like that ;great-but I could! only ;gather, before I left, j been identified!! by another person though lie cn- .

I'f :. .. .l <' ',"' i-f Appcr.K' .,f the Ttrntory. Pcnf T.Jhassec.1urc; l-2tli, 1531.14 4TOW..V \\')t 1Vhereall fairest we wander in, the few following }particulars : At Hall's, fen-1:! tircly denies any knowledge of/ the cause of his ,
1 thing ; imprisonment lIe
is I soonest ? be
]
'; > i iIV r.I.cne.I'J''O"I' : pass away ces all down : was to removed to lIary.and
C ) kitchen -
; !
'/ I ; : ;, (14'f) PROPERTY FOR S.1LE. And: are there graves in thee, thou radir.nt world, the storehouse un blown in, and much
THE damage
M\ItsiAl/S} :\LI.'I. 1 4 subscriber" offers for sale, her O'er which Affection, weeping, bows her head ? done to the store

, '' 7 ...? ,,i t-.vu writs; of F.ci i FucKVto me de- 11 1 HOUSE & IT.in the town Quincy: Where Hope bright wings in the dark dust are dows on the Northern room. side The door and win- j! : OCCURRENCE., 1
ht t. ,rl,. i t11\11'' oxjii.se at public gale hol'orc the The l lot is c: -niive,containing three acres furl'd! of the dwelling j The fertile genius of the
;: of J Km), and is situated a pleasant snapped to pieces, and about h' clve fifteen author of Tom ,
,' -t-t 1luau', .n the City f-f TaUa! .hassc part ( the vill.ige. or |
!iaj. t\ III. ;:t. .:.n' tf Jitiy ....x:1.l1 :.hc*rifht I title- claims. 'I'13rr are on. the prcrr.s* comTorUulc out-houses- Anc1li\"ing hearts lie buried with the dead ? trees around the house blown up or twisted i 1 Cringle Log could hardly suggest a more

. './ ''" ::1 v "'..\ Mdvr.u, OfcuuTd, hp..l} l, or tlwthdolM.io.1; i is 9 tuo ;fur frame bniluniir. on a plinivt'l Perchance they do not die, that dwell! in thee ; off. No lives lost. singular combination of circumstances than .a.m
'inl L !!"J aununrat'lx "f jLn: ?lover, :juU-picJ to the climate. Terms, Cash,-Nej Perchance there ale contained in the narration of
rti uc-
.'! ,j is a ,a.' her doom than The woods this side a West India t'
on three
tieh i1 H\i ....._... j or approved credit. For further ours : or or four '
. ;:: ,I tl t. f rlo"'i1'P; ,, d. Thud trrc's.If f"frslf particulars, ap- Unmeasured paper, now before us of the 14th
i toil hundred of
- ".. w-: : 'ne Ki... 1 lnlf I o'f tte, rCorlh-\Vr} ...... to the subscriber. and endless misery, yards, prostrated to the earth, blocking The Editor: Mav.
of 1 L:r.", -. .',.i .n .Sutiitcun: To n,Lip O.1Run; .e SUSAN S. SNELL. And striving, that hath neither ilanor hours! up the road, and preventing the passage asserts: that the pipers alluded to

perae pIt .'. I u< +rA:: 't,1' v.-unui: ; SO Il'-JOi:' ) tlf r f1r. acre.w. .. Quir:-r. 16th :1lsy,1033. [I-33 tf] Horrible dream Oh dark and dismal of wagons, &c.-Many of those 1 found in the narrative are in his posa-esaion: and that
Lh! C" .. !,.. .f'.. S3.-\.t, .... path, on I he has the authority of the
\\ !::1 ( ca 'tcr of == Where each offi-er himself
-- I side of the
'e.. I.. .' : .; II. T..wn.Li1; O nt', Sv..th iJf fCtu ',: OueI r Ii YA --T Ii It'iTT -- now weeping; walk, I will not leave thec. fallen timbers, and the drivers I (Lieutenant Bagot,) for their

:' :: : .....: -I Ilh1 :." .1OCJ) tJf un ::"rt'. 10"41"I I Earth: hat one boon for all her children-diath i busily engaged cutting their way through. they have been taken genuineness ;
from
the
:,". .: 'j' ill i iC1-ir. to 'i l.f":1.tte.J.1:1: : ';''I 1.'r, Open thine arms oh, mother! ? and receive roe I The chimnies, fences, and some houses 1, "monarch of the bowols of the '

'fy. .. ...I writs 111 ft\1 of. t Pj,. ktI :" Take oil the bitter burthen from the slave &c. of the neighbors in the course of the bordering deep .
I I
P.1'4'ut.P"'r, ;\"l1t :..:f 1 f, ,:l1a' ; winds "tits Majcbty's schouner Pickle.
Give all Lieutenant
were blown downone
,1._ t'. f. '- .k' wii! zaitc pl..e : '. 'i'Lilt the ::,net: ) me my birthright \'e the grave--the grave'! i nearly Bagot her 1
.. during last
.. cruise off
.c; .. iivS. 1.I'uN I ItA.'- DOLPJ.1. + wagon, loaded with tobacco, raised: from the Iseof

j ii, A. A. fiSHEll, D. .iT: LOVE NEVER SLEEPS. I the road, and the covers of others split to pie Pines fur the purpose of capturing vessels 1 'f

.I:I .. '. 1;':; : (.f 3!d") Love never sleeps !" The mother's! ces. One gentleman, ab: .,ut the centre ot itt: engaged in the Slave! Trade, and whilst lyingin 4

JI. --- ::\1 1 1R5t1.11.S: ..,.\. Lb.. Bends o'er her dying infant's l lied, eye course, (a Mr. Ellis, 1 believe,) had a luge lilt sight oi Cape Francis, observed a largo.schooner t".

b "; I',.. .... : (..1'l' v ) II f r J'a i sted from the I And as she marks the moments flv, two story dwelling, anJ all of the out-h 'U i C;;. ? under sail 1 inside the Julian Keys.

1. I ,;}!; 'C III' tl1. : .:ilfrtUr. C ourf., Leon. CC'UlI- Ltt01' THE 'YIJiJe death save the kitchen and smoke house, .tjken otf. The; Pickle immediately: weighed anchor, made
'j'I' I f'. 'In i'"alUI'\' Y U.C :,:h1:\y c't t. UNITED STATES:S"ED AT THE Flab T creeps on with noiseless; tread, The f all sail; in chase, and from
r' a : SESSION OF THE TWL.VTl'-THIKD Faint and distrcss'd family had tbrtuuatclv,;: collected in tho! advantage in soiling I- t
.1 J' "' ,. ,,' '.r )'.tl'j"i\; :..Ib: fare :,'Je d.lr of tfuu CONGRESS.Ax she sits and weeps q
't'c, t...\. .... ..N.<:., :!I T:' !! d..tS''t': fer- ctsh:.. ill the right, With beating heart Love never !" kitchen, and all were savxd.! A Mi. Ucl.-hei; t I very soon couvmcod the stranger, that
1
N'" I' ... .. .... .: j. .: :.a rf J A::':" l.fr.:'las, in ::nd to ACT to revive and! amend *' An act for the sleeps had ,rouses blown down, among tiu'ia: hi:, i;. any attempt to escape would be absolutely ,Y =

r" r? I:. .,'/'...1.'tilJ+ SL.-Jr:; 7,l\ rla.: r..tl 5. t 1u\: ntaJl'I.Ht'.J : relief! of cert-iin: insolvent! debtors of the United Yet, e'en that sad and fragile form kitchen, in which one m groHHl.H1 was 'kii- !( fruitless.

.J'"o. .1\.. ',."t...1". ..".:j\Tl.,. : I'.,':,1.sacs,.. .or....I 1'.rrdH..-V"....,.'. .' ;"L1.\'IJ..... ..,"'tll:. {vt'....1':,..:: States passed:. on the sccmm' day of Forgets the tumult of her breast ; led. 'flus.as ail I could learn of tae tfF cb I Inc stanger accordingly anchored. thereby s

; t :' .: \ n. cry J' it" P .f i:. :, ,. "J\-"I'1, XII.'ft, :ar..1 l March, eighteen hundred and thirty one, Despite the horrors of the storm, during the short stay thttl tude after the: giving the Pickle an opportunity of better dis- ,' ,

Ilj. : '..: .tlj ,')!,:,:: 1.. ,. d.. .I..,"tt it (. ''-ua ,.1- .\".:.".t I.!:..\1'- ;nd an art in addition thereto, passed on O'erburthen'd nature sinks to rest : 'I passage; of the storm. itin i r ,ut-hing her. She was perceived t
: ., t:.)" S, W11, (t w1'sI'u; ) al,11:!t1'. :;rfiend .0:1 the 1 fourteenth of July, eighteen hundred andthirtylvo. But o'er them both another keeps I You sec that 1 have described this as a t i it !the j| Royal Flig of Spain: without a pendant,
... r .. ". ... :,. ". I t
.i,1. tiLcrt't .f .. ".
.". ." !"y C t .\ \ tx.t.r } whirlwind. This with her
I His midnight watch-"Lore never /"' t 1 his character I deduced irom '! together broadside new and
sleeps
\ t"'ln'Ii
: ::1..1' to n. &c
;J. ('If" .. j'I
u'" Be it the following the number of men wh* crowded her
t
- TI1.: 3 +. i'"I" t ..ANDr1.P.i1. enacted by the Senate and House of CJfCUCJitanccsl'he( : funnel- decks,
r'.. .A. ''t. .;'.:...'".. ..,... '..:.1,ill 1 DIje 11.r._!. :,i: !licproscntutives of the United Stales of Amrrica Around-above-the angel bands shaped, or inveited conical appearance ul'th e exactly corresponded with the description of ti .

-oj. r :....1. lye. _:-1" 'J-I- ( in Congress assembled{ That au act-, Stoop o'er the care-worn sons of men ; I cloud on its approach the dark; greenish hue, :I the vessel, the 1 commander of the Pickle had

1\UTIC t 1;. I I il entitled An act for the relief] .,f certain insolvent With pitying eyes and eager hands, (this color I thought atiribuMble to the ascending previously received of her, and gave hopes of

...1\. ..i .t.u..t'f' .1" I.....f ,l".J: .. 3t'.cllonnrt .l debtors of the United Slates,'' ;ad They raise the soul to 3 hope again : leaves,) ctrl rapidly! mingling! and satisfying} the strung with a broadside (the _,

F, ... ,. .' + .d't'.f. .: ti.e: C.pulrl 'r 'v :r: f..r tf!.,."' ;; on thc second clay of March, eighteen hundred pas 1 Free ns the air their pity; sweeps confused: state! tit the cloud.* at lh; top, the usual courtesy shown by large slavers I to small
f"r1'i\ 1.Sft't."J.'e! : ,
: : and thirty' one and addition The storms of Time_" Love never sleeps !" constant ru-hing of the southernuinJ in the vessels: oi w tr. The Piclde immediately: ran
an act in
j
'' .;: ,'i 1 '-.. ..:t..r fu i < "titi v. 01 p:< l' it nr t: i I i thereto, : ?r
: 7. ,. ? r-? : ., .i 1 .,.. .r..t..l.. ,I fill the 1 fourteenth day of July] eighteen hundred r I And around-beneath and all- commencement to the cloud, the vcrv evident under her stern fully prepared to return the
-
..,, .".... c..CA: L' ,,J. '.tIII/;.f. '. 1'i and thirty-two, which said acts over gyration, of drawing to the cemrr, as evinceduy I usual salutation, and anchored on her quarter ,

-,.-.\..'-.-...-.. 1',.', ;_. f.1.wl I I: the second clay of March),, eighteen hundred expiredon A O'er men and angels, earth and heaven, the inclination of he lops of tho trees in I within half pistol: shot. The'boat was then sent .9
. bend ,
higher The railIs
' I' I 7. I and thin : slightest ihat direction, and the confuted to examine the suspicious stranger, when dheproved
J.. ;. d.JO,'< !)/: tl 7. :} -1 ur, be, and the same are hereby, answer'd-and relief-is : criss-cross I
:J, revived: and shall givenIn manner in wl-ich the trees were thrown at the to be the Spanish!: schooner "Larlotta," )
; continue
.
in
: : :i'.1\ itl' tl.is+ lanici.n. tv 1! force fur three hours of .4
:a T'i...::.rvicefti: : ari Stlticutsc.: \Jou- year:arum and after the of this wo, when sorrow steeps centre, all seemed to in il'uteis character, I I j carrying two 18 pounders: with a complementof ,
art. '
\ .. f... 1,.....11' r fit'1 passage Thc heart in pain-'' He never slaps! Added to this from information I 30 men, from Santa:) Martha l to the I1a-
S, e t11' J- .. ,i See. 2. and be it further : just received
.. enacted: That if ,
..
:a :' rI !*.. iiIE-' l . r : i ', '. "' ?
fl .1. ::.. ::; 11'the U.'t.1'Jti! of1.. ') ;i.l ', '; r.y; surd)', or co-surety, of any debtor! who i.s, : Oh, God of Loveour eyes to thee, I: a cloud! arose about one hundred( miles up the I vana.The ''
:. or shall become an applicant for relief under i Tired of the world's false: radiance, turn ; river, earlier m the day, from which there war. vessel having an nnusual number of

l'f1Mti nr TCJ''ID}; : he pioiibioos i : of the acts: recited preceding And as we view thy purity much hail and severe wind. It pas5'-f: on by I i! water casks: : on board, and being also fitted '.

; .. . . . :4't with a ,lave deck created much
Y c' 'rranrurtR section of this the few Store, ill Buckingham:I ( ;: suspicion o athe
Cumberlandt
sh.Sl We I
act be feel :
; dcari, the hearts within burn ;
our
conventff I us '
.} -.. .. . . . . .41.ud3.e : Court part of the comm:mdcr of the Pickle t '
"
i House, and who
PC! ? i : .1,1, r.'irt.. : ilielegil l representative: or leprosrntutlvesiof : Convinced, that in the lowest depths progressed on through !j 1

!' -''t3 \"ii..; h. ..il..l,. :: .1 ''. two scs- i,. such} d;(:eased surety or co-surety: shall be Of human ill, "Love never sleeps!" Powhatan; meeting with this antagonist- cloud I, i!! trie was Master not altogether of the satisfied slaver] with the account 1 1 .

".I : ",rt!'."!L 2'.' :: terra :'1 *;J' !Ii;tl (':1 i-ccivcd, end entitle the applicant to re.hfef i in somewhere in the uppr corner of Ch-'=tt'r- : gave of himself ;
+, .,( rlt.dC'.G1U, 'nntiH' 1.st .:f.l.d..h like field -whi'--h! i and sent back to bring him on board im- s
II : .. : ; : j manner as the consent of a living surety, From the Richmond Enquirer. opposition), *, accodini; ; to the I
1 : .: :. t., .. t.jd ouiht frs4 of .iil and meuiately! together with his
:; : Aj} (1111.1 or co surely, would do by the provisions of, THE TORNADO. best authorities the cause of the tornadon'hirlvind. : or papers, logbook, i
: ,!!I If' -: (,. ;>qtCn.bnr iti oanJi: y"ar. charts, &c. &c. From these documents
'. ,., This :: nothing '
the third section of tho of the may account: for the instant
:.1:. : ..'IL.Ir: 1etnnn'itI :: u.jr-.c:::pJ ; act fourteenthof Gcntltmcn-Dont be startled I : r
-C1. : not couid be elicited
j am
I '.:..... :: ::11, ttH lib I'.U"f' -',tr'!!. July, eighteen hundred and thirty-two and to chcmg' produced in the rushing; of the wind at to warrant the detention
... .. i ; going give you a DISH of politirs, but oi a vessel under Spanish colors and
which
1 r.: very the ,
(I. ?fu ; uR i. ..' CLri. nLTIt'IltU""r \;;. if the surely, or co-surct}', of any such debt succinct and I commencement. But why did such a sudden I-
,
: ",: :-=:uLns: itnir'd! ;: ..W. expect, imperfect account ot f and instantaneous calm was to all appearance;: a vessel: of war. K
urhall be absent in unknown succeed ? Fromthe
I A. .. parts or if the the destructive Tornado which i
; .11-t" f iita'ii i. "ia\l\ md N tu LESLIE A. approached s
Theie
: ., of the most terrible racing, as if myriads of stew were however, strong suspicions on-
J + consent m
.1 Trt"9trcr : legal
oJf Leon Ar nkmv.Trunrrr representative or representatives near the
; \ your city on evening of the 4th inst. '
the mind of the commander of the Pickle that -
engines were their ,
venting t force with all the ;
of ,
, n. IIKT'J' ::, :':" 1 1 any deceased wets, or cu-suret rj' I am induced to this course, because thc are she
DAVID n.1: .;t'O\11' = cannot bo; obtained, and the property or estate becoming so frequent-and also because whizzing power which they may he made to I had very recently landed a large cargo .
: J\1 E ;lit'\1ULLIN I the produce there of slaves, and which, subsequent circumstances ':
in the
,
was
1 r"2 of any such deceased: or absent surety, or c o- public feel so much interest in the of space ef a second, I
I Ii. V. history
\"El.Lrru:D. : ;; a perfect ca'm' dealh-Ike fully justified. .
.. shall not be sufficient the debt a slillness 1 The
to
f surety their
ClU' P..LESTfTI. :':, ;; pay origin, progress and effects. The first
... About o'clock in
) -two the middle of the
L'-' "L1R! A. THOMPSON.'Hi'MAP :- :=: I j due to the United States, and the Secretary of: !j I! intimation that I had of any cloud rising, was sun: suddenly bursted through the mistthemost watch
( beautiful and gentle shower of clear. on the same night, a fishing line which
. BROWN, J':= J the Treasury shall be satisfied by proof of about miles from
T ..!",c: 'lw: ltd. .'1 I twenty Uiis place, on theGoode's pellucid rail was 'falling the : had been unintentionly left trolling overboard
---.-- thesp Jacts! be sh.lIbe authorized, in all such: j Bridge road," in I/'hesterfield.: Its remaining trees .
(
AUMIMSTKATOK'S} erect, quiet, and not a leaf that ruffled was observed by the Quartermaster of the
NOTICK.4LL cases, to grant such reliefer discharge as the' commencement was announced b several was ,
) repeated ajd watch, to be about in all directions
I i- i- ::1 iMvaj claims ; a most beautiful and brilliant; rainbow swerving
a.ainsthe
: : osi-.uc: of debtor applying I for the same be entitledto ; rounds of
H. Mfttix may deep rolling thunderappa- arched itself this and he with assistance hauled it in, when it '
!htooj Lou: Coui.iy.:: tie- on rapidly whirling monster c
t... & 't_( :.: 'e]1..' >:<-j to ],.-.-..CTU then diy! :iuthe:.'' I according; !o the provisions of the acts gently in a very circumscribed spot, and ne as if in mockery of the ruin it had was found that to the hook was appeuded a ; t
-u.-jri.; .>, ;?e: 'iu:'- $ *-"r1rd i iv law they ,1ahirh j this act is intended tu revive and amend at hand. I judged the distance to be ira wrought i.o !
lJTl \ Shark
t% .I.. OT \ only I ask, ought not the vacuum it had made about four foot long On opening it,
"' ':;'('J.'l'i ,!C1IH1r: I f'J I tu sa.d l.Hutcarc'1+' upon the condition that such debtor shall not few miles, and some where the Genito
near have beth in the moining a bundle of : was discovered
femes' (! j regularly and filled ? papers
tuaannrn Ji..te gradually -
'ill. be from his her liability ,
jnyra discharged: theieby or legal read. It continued te
tbe thundering r
3y31. ';l-" ', K. 13t\'ht1.Jrr: ,; !raf.r.1 such expand- This, Messrs Editors, was a situ ttion in I in the belly, rolled and tied u'+3, now in i
Coffee I to absent surety, or co-surety, or became more frequent-and the lightningalmost which I should dislike to be jur office (and which were sent to us by the
placed again I
and--Wine.---i to the estate of such deceased debtor for
any incessant. The wind at this time set Commander r a
of the Pickle
1 could have icill. To have remained through our reporter -
Jl'sT Rf'EH'JlJ: PER: SCIl K. SPY, 11 f part, of the debt due to the United State:: in from the South, and blew with my! quiet I
I I I constantly under such ,) these on examination were found to be
'
>! circumstances have felt calm c
{ > u,1 rim. I which thereafter/ be of the
out I
: Clll.cJl.TEJur the may paid by or increasitig force. Indeed before I reachedHall's "
,
the of the "Carlotla which
I'I'and
,
"ry y.u'y IT s.sigle,, b.l": of compo.-ed, and regardless of passing pipers amongst
such absent deceased .
estate any or surctv tavern, a distance of two three miles
tfe4" 'a-1l< r<:rl.ji ; oLD or '' "' and fear are the private signals ; and they also
; > :pcr.:lIe, TEN CIIF FE \ :nts not to and apprehend danger, : pror
1ti1S ..
,. or cosurety.Sec. this Southern wind had increased I i
"i tv to a \ that the Carlotta
j :1!: J. erritc: trrms. Apply to 'erysc'ere nor feel m weakness and that was a slaver, and had on
) dependence
?...;: 3. \\ M1LLKR: ::it. Mart>. 3, And be it furth-r' enacted. That all gale, bowing thc smaller trees to the Sup't'mo being, who rides the OH storm" I board a cargo of 293 slaves, which cargo had F jmII ,
.1
y upon
-_ u (loot 1 discharges which have heretofore been granted earth, and amounting in force r
to
a sevc re and "directs the whirhvmd been landed about four hours before she was k
TV: :.S'I( ,:. ltltiUtlail1 exp' 1.1 !.c:4) e'l;:.rI usar- by the Secretary of the Tieasury to any principle torm. On reaching the tavern, I found that a nature composed of different, must and bflong insensible to 'discovered by tha Pickle. t at;
.
i-to' \\1 J.OO bushel?: of COJty. :Mt f' w h debtor, with the consent of the legal representative the cloud had greatly expan ed-presentlng, more Thus the of '
tLtJlk-Either: mil be ! JOHN BLAlll PF.ACI'IY.31,131 or representatives of any deceased instead of the dark, sooty blackness, a deep, involuntarily, and humbly did I the disappointed and the truth as singularly
i! .!\;; l surety, or shall be as vuilcd as mottled looking
{-.ltfJHlf'r ) co-surety green-and was slowly progressing Public'an's prayer, and ask aid from Him whoI I discovered !
: V.so kr silo by the tierc though such surety, or co-surety, had been it course in a North-easterly direction. has all power and who alone could

av.MoaMien\: ; said MUMJS Ai! alive, and his or her consent obtained, according I'ho scenes around had now become I Richmond* June preserve. GiIPin-ianet.-On Vednesday
t)1. 1 6th, 1834. D. as young
;"r1t: ; uu r -he .. to the ]letter of the third section of the But this but
., Sl.. :tote and style I awfully grand was a prelude to In addition to the above interesting account gentleman was taking an equestrian airing gut
ALLPV act of the fourteenth of July l eighteen bundled what succeeded Suddenly] if of
as by a power, from our correspondent, we learn that this town, his horse took fright and ran at full

1tiU1 i h T..Ihrr, S.1I117l.t Stc.rr, a.d J ATTACHMCXT.I and thirtytwo.Sec. strong, invincible and unknown, the trees destructive visitor has done much damage in speed towards the city. He had sped some

;tur1' Kl! ,:;"aid' Ulid'T the style 4. And be it further enacted, TIthe lat which shaded the yard at Hall's became erect, the counties of Nottoway, Sussex, Nanse- tw. miles when, near the House:: of Refuge

4u11\!iF dft'lld T., I h.11..!. L CO Secretary of the Treasury shall be authorized gave n quirk, twirling motion, and bowed in mond, &c. &c. We would thank our friendsfor he passed a gentleman and his daughter, also

1, tnt: and all others concerned, arc to cause satisfaction to be entered upon an opposite direction. Then succeeded, I for partiulus.Editors.: on horse back. The young lady's steed caught
liereuy :
iKJtifkd ;
,73 Las been ,ued: that an Attachment' in the above all judgements against such insolvents as have the space of ten minutes, what it is almost _. the enthusiasm,aad'oinedthe race. The father
Su out of the <;:!irt' of the Clerk f the -
aeriar COUrt f heretofore been, or may hereaftre be, relieved ;npossil: for the to describe !-The terrible alarmed for his child
'i3Vh Leon county, Florida, and he and pen Boydlon, Mecklenburg, 5th June, 1834. applied the whip, but was
n-OB"' rs arc hereby required to plead t() the de cla- under the provisions of the acts which this act rearing and rushing of the wind, the vivid "Yesterday I witnessed what I never did soon left quite behind,-the steeds which ran

terns of the statute. is: intended to revive and amend : or under and constantly successive streaks of lightning before, the formation of a tornado or whirlwind of choice, leaving the'grouad behind much .ti

-A!"t1 _as-, ISH. ((3 s-3io EDWARD) Plaintiff's CHANDLER Attou, any other or former act of Congress for the the dismal-rolling thunder, the falling of A very destructive hail storm passed j faster than he who ran by compulsion. It

C l J n SlOX y't relief of persons imprisoned for debts due i to trees and chimneys, the unroofing of houses by our village, six miles North, destroying was not long after after the general race commenced -

DING HOUSi,4f.i/fECEIVINGANDFOIW: VR- the United States. Provided, Tho DistrictJudoe the bursting of doors and windows, the pouring every thing in its way. Some of the stones ] before the young gentleman was

'-led: .. Mare[:!rmed a co-ijartncrship aaeAifa.under-Tlje the underj4. firm of; e of the district in which such judgmentsin in of rain, leaves and sticks, the trees and were of the size of hen's and turkey eggs.; J landed in a ditch, leaving the young lady mistress

*; era' 1}' 4 KllUurouh for the purpose of transacting[ on record, shall certify that he is satisfied limbs and leaves flying through the air, which After that had passed, we discovered just above 1 of the course. Her horse having dis

%:rd lug, lIu d?ency commission and receiving and for that the debtor is possessed or entitled to no could scarcely be disceftied amidst the d irk the horizon, (which was clear in the West) the 1 tanced competition, ran down Broadway

q I 6 Srtnces on iaes consignment,>s- Being to prepared their friends to make in the New usual Or- property, liable to be applied to the satisfactionof and gloomy mist, and the cracking and jarring skirts of a cloud, running in a circular direction against time, the beautiful rider shrinking all

ltt!2.1 CYork, Baltimore, Philadelphia, ProvitIlU&la judgements and that the interest of the of the large square-built, heavily-timbered, a little nearer us than the hail storm.After the way with alarm, but mantaining 1 her seat.-

IP Jslon' and disposed to devote their time: Government does not require that such judge single-stoned house in which I then was, all 15 or 20 minutes, there seemed to rise Somewhere near the Park, the horse was

to lrv|, ely to the Interest of thrtse confiding Lusmessten ments should remain unsatisfied. In every rendered the scene truly alarming Every under this circular cloud a black smoke, resembling stopped: and the tilt terminated without mate

"itb. to Charge forward, having cotton made to New the necessary York clscw:arrange her. case of application for such certificate to a moment I expected it to be dashed to pieces, the smoke from a furnace. It then I rial injury to any .ne.-JV. Y. Jour. Com.

the 1 "pediUou by vessels of litiht draft or of water: nl.* ]judge at his chambers, ten days' notice ahallne and carried in tho whirlwind. Its structure took a direction nearly from N.V.. to S. E.

pro West.e .fates of freight, a liberal\hare of publi given to the District Attorney for the District alone could only have saved it. Fortunatelyfor passing within a mile of our village. The Reason Why.-A small lad asked per

t lS respectfully solicited. when the application is made. mankind, this warring of the elements, this I to-day went out to witness a part of its I mission to go to a Ball. His mother told him '
1 .*. //. FALCOtfAR.WM. .
ANDREW STEVENSON, aerial whirlpool of destruction was narrow in destruction. I have
//. KIMBROUGH.REFERENCES never seen any thing to it was -a bad place for little boys.Vhy
6 Speaker of the Home of Rrl'Ttltntatiocl..M. its track, and of short duration. "Ii rom an exequal it. Every thing is prostrated in its ,,mother, did'ntyou and father go to balls when

11.-7N"", Tarrer fy Co., Gen. IIowardJudge Col quilt, Vice President. .of VAN the BUKEN United State, and amination on the spot, and what I could gather course. The first material injury seems to vou was young ?" "Yes_ but we have and seen
hi: W'y Urquhart, P. D. ; from the passing the main vortex oi be about miles North-west of "
. n kkrttr Wo.druff-Columbut President of the Senate. strangers seven Boydtou. I;.,e Jolly oj t7, answered the mother-"ITdl
lIj Esq.-New York. Gtn. R. K. Ca whirling, destructive part, was only about four at Maj. Thomas M. Nelson's. All his
b "
f. niiie-Fiorida. lr, D. L. JVhitt-Gad >- AuAonp; June 7th, 1834. ounotharif i exclaimed. the son, I want to ttetfaJolty i
C..QQ1lty. U&. 31,1833, 31- ,AliDBE\V J4Si SQ x. hundred yards wide-and tto bordering and ses, except the dwelling, were &oycd. A oj it flo. '

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.----.0.--' '0-' American: 'People 1 1 }hold this, sir, to bo .aeL ) CURRENCY. < The following !fo the Iar. Vfl-r-( -'
\V tD il' lAt'tldQo' event in question is related n 1 .
.' T mere assumption, and dangerous assumption. Extract from .:Ur. San f ord's Report, in of June 9th] who was on the to as b 1 *. .
In the Senate, on the foiith, the ttcsolutions If he is the represcnt.itivc of all the American of the U. S. Dec. 1830.I [ FUROPE. the afftir sPQt. But we
which has been offered Mr. People, he is the only representative which appears to us So the nrJQ r
by Clay, con.tlemnino "Bank we advise
I notes arc frequently 1'ER. our readers to
the removal of tho Public they all have. Nobody else presumes to represent Withhold Ib'1e
Depositcs to silver when coins I from it as do
erence gold the we until
oil the And if he packet ship more
be
from tho Bank of United States and People. may ample
requiting more convenient or desirable than tiou. i 1ar
from Liver-
their allowed to consider himself as the sole Re- ,
restoration after the 1st. of July next, In such would be used TOULON
cases ; 1st
gold :
; to the 10th May
1934
_
prcso.nt.Uive of all American People, and : .
was pissed by the following vote, and gent to be procured. To refuse to coin ; i -1'10 has occurred hero .':tl tragllty ,
news on the
the is to act under no other responsibility! than ? !
House of
rence. Hrprescntatiycs for concur- such as I have already described, then, I say, sake of paper money, or because I interesting and Phillip. I I have already i informed IVcrsarv 01 of r eat i
occupies a place which gold \';ould I there were two JOIl
sir, that the Government (1 will not the contest in American fr'g Ito.
Y :AS ( say I ales
-Messrs Bell, Bibb Black, Cal- be a mischievous error. Strange of Toulon I the Con, 1" ter
People) has already a master. I deny the sen- nearly termina tcllahon sub
houn, Clay. Clayton Ewing, Frelinghuyson, bo that policy which can tolerate : State The latter and the r-N
Kent: timent, therefore, and I protest against the into England which arrived d CoD
Knight, Leigh, llcKean.langum! ent kinds of money and : days in saluting
'I paper t
l language: neither the sentiment nor the language e the insurrec\ ago ? our vessc1.3 thre 5to
N andain, Poindexter, Porter, Printiss!; Preston ; two kinds of liietalic money: -gold : tired with !ball i in
i is to he found in the Constitution of the .. the Queen on the Suffron( ro ,
r Uobbin?, Silsbcc, Smith, Southard, Spr&guc. !- The currency of gold coin in our : killed sip rand poil
country ; and whosoever is not satisfied: to ] :: of the govern or wounded seven men """*, *ei r
swift
Tomliuson
Tyler, Waggoman, tend totfepuess this tendency to It was on the
I describe the of the President ia the midday salute.
ff ,Webster 18. powers 1\Ia
One
ti. language of the Constitution be per ,money. \ 10th, : tered a port hole of the b ally\
justly says Suffren
h NAYS may 1ti n
Messrs Benton Brown For "th
f' } broke
I' "The relative value of gold and :-; the camboosc of the first
ected pf little satisfied with the ; i announcing cook
sups being as ,
R
+ Hill. at tV *m in
Grundy Kane Ala.
( ) King
King, "
IT American countries South of the U. I 1(1as distributing: ro one
themselves. The President i is Presi- in the Penin provMun T

r powers I
*, G.\J
Gem cut
Linn :Morris Robinson on"
: ( ) ,
,
Shepley Tip-
dent. His office aid his name of office arc fact of great importance: in ths !I five days from j I in two, mortally wounded two .''M

"j, ton, White, Wilkins, Wright-16. known, and both are fixed and described by all the information which can be :! with the i!| wounded I in a greater or I loss ?more' M .

"1 'flic House of Representatives has! fixed law. Being commander of the army and navy appears that the value of gold in I r I taken Figucra, I others.f : One of the I sailors' died, ,iZ.H '

I, !. on the 30th of June as the day of Adjourn- holding the power of nominating to office I silver is about 16 to 1 in all these I: Donna ,Mann I i another, whose abdomen *-a.s 1 :ely!-I Ills

ment. The senate has not yet considered the and removing from office, and being, by those I Ie tho West Indies, it is 1C to 1. j[ from Oporto to I away, cx P fled in the hospital a Partly few 'H:! re r

: proposition.On powers, the fountain of all patronage and ? \ during the last ten year the ratio of -and that I terwards ; a third, whose thigh is k 3 t i. rat

the 2d Andrew Stevenson! resigned!; his favor, what does he not become if he be allowed I\J tals has been lived at 16 to 1. In had come to uc operated upon this day. bro e'i\ tba

,. office of speaker and his :seat in the House as to superadd to all this, the character was fixed at 1(5 to 1 in the year ? ; been agreed I The commander of the Suffren

,I n representative from Virginia After ten single representative of the American,people; ? I I i remained so ever since. The despatch: j I i short when this unfortunate oc\fas hei
; balloting: John Bell, of Tennessee, was elected Sir, he becomes, what America has not been I J}I i I 'Portugal:: is 1G to 1, and has been 6th inst. sta- lie hastened on board with Admiral J.3 I

l.. his successor. Mr. Bell i is a ,J nrlt on accustomed to see, what this Constitutiou has year 1S20. In all thess countries embarked for dc Clcrval I, commanding I the M fake" I1C.
Road,1ea:
I man, but is anti-Van Burcn. Mr. Polk was never created, and what I cannot contemplate silver circulate concurrently ; what we lieutenant and midshipman from the:;! :! ,1* th

.1 \ the rcjularly nominated Jack ol1-Vun llurenI but with profound alarm. He who may call the other from circt lation." : cting Portu- frigate United States, came oa boa. ?? SS
I
' Kitchcn"' Cabinet candidate; and his defeat himself the single representative of a nation i "The ratio of 1 1C to 1 is The affairs of French :Admiral to tender their IJt r ba

H 'r shows their declining power. may speak in the name of the nation ; may J: some considerations whie.h deserve between Don which were rather; badly received hy Mn! su

//I'j undertake to wield the power of the nation ; I, Though11': Ingham proposes a letters by lors jn sight of the dead bodies of their OUr *

j HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVE. and who shall gainsay him, in whatsoever he tion of gold, he i t is of opinion that tact respecting rades. Another bullet from the fri c SC
1 The committee then took up the bill entitled chuoscs the nation's will ? .I I another of o; test i W
to
pronounce as 16 to 1 i is necessary to render gold placed himself our vessels in quarantine. ?
! A bill supplementary to the act authori I will now, sir, ask leaves: to recapitulate the equally attainable in the United : redoubt on the large tower has also tlo

i ; sing tho President to run and mark the dividing general doctrin of this Protest, and to present -l Campbell P. White is also of o 1 from Bayonne jured. There must;: thus havo been been a \H
1 : line between the of Florida and many\ ;
Territory them together. They are- valuation of gold, less in respect to by the French I the guns loaded with ball-nine have be. It

I I e. Georgia. That neither branch of the Legislature can 1C to 1, would effectually retain left Madrid on I counted which have done some
; Mr. FOSTER moved an amendment to the take up, or consider, {for the purpose of censure coins in u.e Spain, Portugal, an I, i two suuises other. a' wi

hill to the effect tint the boundary line should any official act of the President, without American; countries which have : we are inclined Some parties were on shore, but

f foe the; same a-* thU when (Georgia: became an some view to legislation or impeachment ; tho United States, have -cstabIi hed We under sta 'Hl 'nediately compelled to (pit. off for fear weren"ofct co

;, independent State from Great Bretian.Mr. That not only the but the diseusi portion of 16 to 1. (In the United between hsion between our sailors and the Amerh Vi

'r Foster explained 1 at length, by referring sion of tho resolution passage ol the Senate of the \ i is 15 to 1.) And if we should adopt } and fi 1'1''I( has f.ccn reinforced!* th

1 !+ ; to former act.. onthe subject, and the difficulties 2Sth of March, was unauthorized by the Constitution proportion, one uniform rule would picquet ot gendarmerie Soil troops of the E,I It'
r : that had; ensued! in riccrtaining the true all the independent countries of to avoid all further disasters. '
and to its Some 'H
provisions Am
repugnant P;
;
: line. Mr.: F. referred also t-> the treaty with Much morc of the two metals i is cans shore ;
were on the !
dion -
Consul.
:; at Lyons ; ( WI
That the of the always M.Truti
custody public -
; treasury
pain, to f former S'irvovs, to the drpute.s; withthe upon tho basis that gold is in value in France At ft, accompanied them on board in
.: i.' State of Georgia: &11 ; and cntoivd into aI :: must be entrusted to the Executive' ; that: as 1C to 1, than according to any manufactories I avoid all disturbance. person
I : Congress; : cannot take it out of his hands: nor
minute statement on the snbjoct.. :\ilr. F. It is i to conform The editor of le ,J
portion. expedient goods sent to+ I OUt nal du Han M.svhi'h
I place; it where with such superin ,
,
,//1 said all he sought: by bis amendment, that t l any except to -existing proportion of we the "-' 91 t
I tCIH.lI any and the bills copy nboro. again cautions
him I
\ld.ltecper:4: as are appointed by ,
:I I It'j : proper examination: should be made ; whereas, responsible to. him, and removable at his will; j try, it must be expedient to adopt not been ac- I j I p-iblic from placing, iull faith in all the delay; ill
if the bill then before! the committee were to p irtion which prevails most fl It f'!
:! widely :, overloarl-d : justly observes th-it it is impossible i
That the whole executive is in thePresiJent
1 in its: shape it would bo settling power oC-16
pays present ratio to 1 is far the that
now most ill f
:: ; ', their men, sieve firing a salute a number; of c:)
and that therefore, the 'duty of de- gu:!
,
a involved in intrii'nry without t
question example. A rule so extensive is should he loadetT with ball
nrichine mistake.
as rjo by !u
t the of tho Constitution
t examinational' all. fendmg\ integrity result
respect but the
; practical { .
Mr. WHITE, of Florida r.ontemledjtfrit: sufficient ; -; to him from the very nature of his olfi 'I.I rule is much more instructive, sinco : :; T tlt +

I had already: been dona, to settle the an-1 l that the founders of our Republic have at-I (Jut this relative Vdluition of the in formed one ot t :' ABOLITION AND Ajt.\.LG.1oIA.TIO. C(
i boundary line. The question+ had been elaborately tested their sense of the import-nice ul + the environs nE
I I| "ecures thvir concurrent circulation: The good ;people in :Middlctown (Connei
discussed in a former se;iou of Con- duty and, by expressing it Ill hn official oath \ large part of the world." sane purpose:! Cut, do not take kindly the doctrines be
res<. AIr.V.. said; the boundary line bad have given to it peculiar solemnity and force. or pr*
1 lice of I teui3on'I'afTn( Sf Co. It takes fc F
I. :been agreed: upon in 1795, by th+. treaty .be That, as he i is to take: care tint the laws be I: ; prevalent in : ter in Boston rr New York where there: W
had
; tween his Catholic Majesty and tho United( faithfully executed, he is thereby made responsible From til. Traveller. arisen 1l10n'liher"litv of 2
sentiment, and where J.
j : Statef, and that St. Mary's river was agreed 1 l for the entire action of the Executive Powers. That I Omvell'.s Jou-malls : er
A TRAGEDY IX REAL i purifying the people. .J
1:1! upon to he the true line In 180, olio, the ; department, with power appointing;;, overseeing I ,Switzerland Spain, and I \\ c see by the Emancipator tint au :abt
question was settled, and Georgia held to have i and controlir.g l those who execute the From private correspondence we by 1 J \i
inn
meeting was held the: other in 31 L idletown
day
no claim south of hat and in 1S26( also, the law; following puticnliirs of a painful I ot the Holy Al ,I in of
; which Denison
I and that Eol&
I R l' same l boundary was established. The State of I. i That the power of removal from office: like which has just been acted on the I Sovcr-I nnu Stuart, who has th
lately come over to fc
!+ Georgia hacllud: claim whi''h was not well I that of appointment, is an original; : Executive life at New Orleans ; fatal as its t 't'?
l j. I' founded, under the prelencp th:tt' there was a power and: is left in his hands unchecked by been! already it is t.* bo feared, I nor England I Country on an abolition crusade, were t theici;i rn
! prominent actors. The ho f c!
"
I I' southern branch of the St. Mary's\ river. All I the Constitution, except in the cases judges ; lived must yet bo drained'' before : o resist. lh c't: people vever, H,
t I i'l !{ the color of their speech, and
that Florida sought for was the line made: un that, being respnsiblc' for the exercise of the scenes are closed to our view by would circles in I I:II: I so did I Messrs. Deais.il es; f i! t(
der the solemn of whole I Executive he has of fulfilment. actu I
guarantee: forty years ago. power, a right to employ Stuart a
I : &: Co. but not until some of them
Mr. W. referred also to the various reports I, agents of his own choice, to assist him 111'1: -' an old and worthy well kicked : r
and culled, and had their ceaftorn :
heretofore made on this: subject by committeeof I in the performance of his dulics, and to discharge New Orleans had retired with; an '.0
ofl'them. The tliatStas. ; -
account states
the Senate: and House of Representatives; them when he is no longer willing to be tune, and a beloved and only dau : Pope, that i if t "f ll in tt
the
I ; rear, that is he skulkedandtbi!
and hoped the House would adopt the bill as responsible for their acts ; estate in the neighborhood of the :: the Queen, ;
got oil'without his shire of what !5so i
:
+ ; be with proper
reported. That the Secretaries are his Secretaries and 1 he educated this sole pride( of his : not ,-
idjulois The citizen xMiddletown
were
Mr.! GILMER denied that the lino in ques all persons appointed t,) offices created! by law tint could adorn her pCI sun, or I :: of the papal 1 getting.; 1 "
+ d.Jserve credit for thfir treatmtfof 11.:
bolt was the true line. The gentleman from except the judges arc his agents, responsibleto mind. In the meridian of her i .cattoit. I
the vagabonds: ,- U. S. :
Florida had: not stated the 'case fairly. The t him, and removable at his pleasure ; complishments, she was! wooed : Madeira, has I [ Telegraph.'t t

fact was, that no controversy had arisen about And finally, that he is the representative of Mr. II ---a gentleman in : an order lien I ---- I

, ,t this line till tho year 1818 ; and Spain had the American People.! culated to make her happy ; and all letters: sent THE HIDCNT TREASURE An occurrence-I]' 1 P

neverlaid any claim to the! disputed territory. These, sir arc some of the leading propositions months they were so, until some : that the mer rather an unusual character took placeyesfrK : ':

t Mr. G. supported the amendment offered by contained in the protest ; and if they be speculations provided for him by the t l Is this En tJ g: )da: >'-,!.he circumstances of which were as folbiFTwo J 0'

: Mr. Foster at a considerable length. true, then tho Government under which we he father, drew him to England, I |[ old l LOFERS strooling ahput their U33.J: J

: JVIr. WHITE, of Florida, explained, by a live is an elective mon-irchy. It is not yet mained about a year. ;haunts in Fulton m.irket discovered tfotfelI .1' ft

, : reference to the trcaty with Spain. absolute ; there aro yet some checks and aim On reaching his country once ; to her diploma-1 I door of one of the cellars II) which the !marla; I t'.:

i I Mr. GILMER resumed, and confirmed bis itations in the Constitution and laws ; but in his heart yearning for home, and its t of the sta- {i I women deposit their r iMbles had accidci/'j:i '; (t

i argument, icferring in its course to the boundaries in its essential and prevailing character it is an less enjoyments, he t found \" Cortes, with a been left open, awl wishing, as they slIJM: 1 t

'I defined by tho peace of 1763hcn elective monarchy. of his wife's infidelity. Enraged : as necessurv I take a co.nfortablc snooze, they entered! i; r:

:' East Florida belonged to Great Britain, and Mr. President, I have spoken ficely of this madness, he taxed her with, her 0 g his usur Whilst searching about( for some place lord tl}

the commission granted to Go'cnorr right t, protest, and of the doctrines which it advances she confessed to him on her knees, f' pos > on they found in a broken basket, a sbctj t.

in 1764. He contended that from these and\ ; but 1 have said nothiag which I do not scd to yield him up the name of her ; addresses the I! bag and a worsted stocking crammed full &.| p.

from tho stipulations in the treaty of peace, believe. On these high questions of Constitutional until moved by the tears and palace: at Villa i half dollars. a,
1783, with Great Britain i independent his title to the t' One of them hy- the of Solomon 'i l
Georgia as an law, respect for my own character, as wretched father, she acknowledged !; name 1 Ann'R: }
,;. S.tatcyai justified in the claimswhich well us a solemn and profound sense of duty, :Mr. -, a rich planter. To him I' strong, overjoyed+:! with! his good /fortune, seize+ !It u
f she had advanced. from Berne the vvnich he oifereJc t
treasure liberally
restrains mo from giving utterance to a single ken hearted parent went, demandin : upon ;:
The amendment was negatived.: sentiment witch does not flow from entire con- tiun for the loss of his once darling !I that the Direc- 'share! with his companion. who 1 ning an !'J I

vrction. I feel that I am not wrong. I feel the seducer pledged himself, that if Swiss Diet, i in 1 state prison rooster, very wisely, as the seqo d

Conclusion of Mr. Webster's Speech on! the that an i born. and ,inbred love of Constitutional I could be obtained, he would repair the ultima j! proved, refused: to accept the proffered gt*!! :l

I Piesidcnl's protest. liberty, and some study of our political as for as lay within his power, by an relative to i' alleging that he knew it would lead to trouble b

Connected, Sir, with the idea of this airy institutions have not on this! occasion, misled marriage. With this slender which that b 6 ause, said he, if the blunt should: turn oul t..-

and unreal responsibility to the public, is me. But I have desired; to say: nothing that afflicted father besought the injured )' to adopt i in bait, I shall be convicted of passing counter be g

another sentiment, which, of late, we Hear should give pain to tho Chief Magistrate per- to forego all personal revenge, that to the re- feit money: and if it should be n rrood shall", g

frequently expressed!: ; and that is, that the sonally. I have not sought to fix arrows in thus in part remove the stigma Cantons. The found t"mltof:' J stealing it, and so in eiiner. ;, [g

President is the. direct representative of tho his breast ; but I believe him mistaken, altogether worthless child had fixed on herself refugees would case I shall get: lodgings gratis in the Pemtepliary. a

American People. This is declared in the mistaken, in tho sentunents which he By the aid of eminent counsel, the if it were I won't therefore touch a cent of j I 1

Protest in so many words : The President," has expressed ; and I must concur with oth- divorce was speedily procured, and : in France. and so I shall cut stick and advise youto 1 b

says the Protest, "is the direct representativeof ers in placin on the records of the Senate document in his possession, the I' yielding ta the the same.: "-

the American People." Now sir, this is my disapprobation of those sentiments. On once more sought his child's Consuls at The bait, however proved too ternptwSMbe

not the language of the Constitution. The a vote, which is to remain so long as any proceeding now, he peremptorily refused to the exiled resisted by his colleague, and Solomon r a

Constitution no where calls him the repaesen- of the Senate shall last, and on a pledge, and finding all entreaties sequestra- with his load of silver, marchhg off to the near- i y v

tative of the American People, still less their question which can never cease to be i important farther left him with this warning : him had es t victualling shop, where he resolved t tea'

Direct representative. It could not do so while the Constitution of the country endures man, though your conduct proves persons joy his good luck by getting gloriously freak TIn

with the least pr prietyI e is not chosen I have desired to make public my rea I will not, without due deliberation, it, where, with the presence of the landlord and i8 eral C

Directly by the People; but by a body of electors sons. They will now be known, and I sub- or myself into the presence of an imme sons, he commenced counting the money

c some of whom arc chosen by the People mit them to the judgement of the present and I give you fourteen days to reflect who which amounted'to neaily five hundred dot!; 3

l and some of whom aro appointed by the of after times. Sir, the occasion is full of yon have done ; if then, you still of the freo lars. Suspicion was of course excited bju-1 t.

i {State Legislatures. Where' then, is tho authority interest. It cannot pass off( without !leaving satisfaction::! you shall accord it to the service of circumstance, and a messenger was despatch' c

fir saying that the President is the direct strong impressions on the character of public two weeks passed without the ed for a police officer, who soon arrived an ,, (

I representative of tho People V The Constitution i- men. A collission has taken place, which I and on the following morning at found the culprit enjoying himself over 1 glasr :2

calls the members of the other House could have most anxiously wished to avoid ; met. The old man's eye faillad him Enquirer. of grog. -

.Representative, and declared that they shall but it was not to be shunneS We have not seducer stood unharmed; by his fire, Solomonand his treasure were conveyed IJ I f

be Chosen by the People ; and there arc no sought this controversy ; it has met us, and with a more deliberate aim, added to boarded on bridewell in double quick time ; from ,when W t

pther direct or immediate representatives of been forced upon usIn my judgement, the of the daughter, her father's death, the Havre pac- ho was broungt to the police effect, ano oo f

the People in this Government. Tho Constitution law has been disregarded, and the Constitution him through the heart. but owing to own confession committed for trial. 10'

denominates the President simply the transgressed ; the fortress of liberty has On the following day, tho ?Oth of the city before mean time, Mrs. Sitnionsen, the owneronceal oicbb t

)resident of the United States : it points out been assaulted, and circumstances have placed the lamented old man was buried She brings money, had visited the place of to l

flje complex mode of electing him, defines his the Senate in the breach ; and, although honors, having fought with Paris of the ment to feast her eyes, as she was wont t

powers and duties, and imposes limits and res- wo may perish in it, I know we shall not fly revolutionary war and since his do upon the glittering hoard. Her borfl }
;
taints on his authority. With these powers from it. But I am fearless of consequence. planter has received a challenge paper a state and dismay at finding the treasure gone,c t

And duties, and under these restraints, ho be* We shall hold on sir, till the People themselves band, not, as he staled, to a tone for to have oc better be imagined than described. Her Q t
ri9ed
omts: when chosen. President of tho United come to its defence. We shall raise of a worthless woman, but to a ship United sips in the market were instantly aPP ,1

Stages.-That is his character, nnd the denomination the alarm, and maintain the post, till they, of an honored father. Four others the misfortune, and by their advice she! It.

of his office. How is it, then, that, whose right it is, shall decide whether the of the deceased, have followed his from Toulon .) the Police office to complain& of the robbed'On I II

ion this official character, thus cautiously created Senate be a faction wantonly resisting lawful and it is to be feared that before account of so stating the facts her grief was soaCJJ )

limited, and'dclined, he is to engraft a n- power, or whether it be opposing, with firmness more victims have been added to the that notwith- I verted into joy, by the information JJ "tI
:
: it is I a
10 and.patriotism, violations of liberty and of deaths, resulting from the iDdul I sta- darling money was in safe keapiog '
tol
+'t/ the mroadsupoa f the Constitutton.L an unhallowed passion. i I to. it without, I commad, when she could! prove her'. y 4 right Cmir ..'. I II


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LORIDIAN : 1 11L touch without an'aN of Congress.they That cannot the Conscious I of the quo animo In which I wrote, ; : I -f. : '

members assembled legislate for the whole, and flatly deny any such- intention nor can I M ARINELIST. REAL ESTATE'JIT AUCTION.

AUJ Q IB not for parties, and if their readily perceive how the
legislation is partial or inference arose to WILL be soul, at public out-errin the City of

oppressive, Congress can, and will, apply the the mind of the most suspicous reader.-It is POR'tOF ST. MARKS. .1assl'l'. in front o! the Court House at the
iJRDAYJ13NE 28. red ve. cor indeed usual hours of sale, on the first Tuesday in October
. The reported here that these great rivals AII.RIVED-J 21, next, the following tracts or parcels of L.J.VD,lying
-- -- scat of Government is are now Brig Aldcberonto Davis from New .\nd bcir.g in the of Leon
placed at Tallahas- reconciled, and I could believe York via Key County antI ,known as the
readily
rchaPPY to he enabled to state, that the. set by an act of Congress. The citizens that i in the West. Passengers, E. Chandler, Esq. and lady. Northeast Quarter Section 8, Township One, Range
rt ((100-000)) of the Tallahassee Railnv county enjoy the of Leon present arrangement of parties here, 22d, steamer Baltimore,Cowden, eleven hours from : Two, North and East, and Containing 160 37-100
,ntiit' Stack The advantages of having at their the Nucleus, or Gen. Call Apal achicoLt. Passenger, A. Crane. acres. Another tracts L.WD, containing 80
has been taken, amount Seat Justice or other acres
d Com.).' the Executive offices, Land office son any per- 23d schr. Orion, Durkcc, from Charleston.Schr. and ninctcen-hundrcdlhs ot an acre, known as.he
** -' it i is supposed, will be ample for thefubtfn' and the Sessions of the Council. The might support Col. White without a for- Elizabeth, Nabb, 23 days from Charleston, : East hall of the Southwest Quarter of Section 34, in

of the Road. At a meeting of the the i immediate citizens i in mal coalition or an intrigue-At rate I with mdz to Kerr & Sturgcs. I Township One, North, of range One West. Also
trnetion neighborhood have direct and dailv I any Revenue Cutter Dextcr.CLEAnr.DJ'NE. thc west half of the Southeast Quarter Section
d (1111. 8
| \\hnljcrs yesterday, Lieutenant: LONG was ap- intercourse with expressly disclaim intention II ,
!( these members, and make known any of charging 13, Township One, Range Two, N rth and East con
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flltt'd rnTinniccr, and thc following gentleman I their wants and wishes. The remote 'the intrigue suggested by the Editor, or of Brig Rose, Ilolmrs. for New York, --vith 240 bales I taining SO 18-100 J acres. _

f'! .vH, Directors : lien. R. K. c.anv"m. have large territory and counties raising the suspicion of its cotton, by Kerr & Sturgcs. i As ALSO-The following Lots in the City of Tan
(11' sparse population and existence. Pilot boat schr. Stranger hassee and known in the
1\tit T. R. BCttflVilhis Alston Taylor: Apalachicola.16th I plan of said City, as Lo.
!4ucr. J3fl}( ) Chaires, arc'ry dependant upon the Legislature for such I LEON. brig Cadnecus M-imMl. for N-w Y<>-{. I number 125, 126, 12i, 128, 12:, 130, 2S1, and 282.
.4crr: and Romeo Lewis, Esqs. At a meet- acts of a local character as will contribute Also Lots =os. 43, and 50, and 44, and 47, and lot
"m to their
this Gen. .It. K. ,! JSo. 79. Sold by permission of the Honorable
tltC!1 Dlrl'ctor rooming.) general prosperity. W are authorised to announce eft) the _

.r.'!I1I I'n-a* elected President. The cool feeling of the extremes and harmony THE n.\cEs.-Thc MW YORK, June 7th, 1834. JOS. M. WHITE, as Candidate loWE and County creditors Court of of the Leon estate County of DANIEL, to satisfy FACST the late heirs of _

} \ -a of the Territory generally New York Courier & represent tho Territory of Florida, in the 2-lth said County, dorr iscd.
r as well
the
as intrinsic Enquirer of the
, difficulty ol the 7th inst. says ; u The great Congress of the United States. Terms on the day of Sar.J .
While's Circulars was received by subject will induce I contest
e"CTJiberal betweed
istol.( the North .
and South the -vU F \JST Administratrix.
ovcr
lr, najl. the grounds of Leon's complaint arc man to say, that under all I the circumstances, I II Union course came off are. authorised to announce Maj. June 21, IS.: } [-.' ..J
yesterday and .
: tlit'I.
; st I i ij ; was I
j. d. lie is now publicly! as well as priannounced j I( arrangement Should I be the best that could be made.i .- i I I won, without an effort by the favorite of the TIIOS. JEFFERSON GREEN, as NOTICE.M .
'd rem\ i disappoidlcd in this South' and a Candidate to Leon in the
reasonable cal- of the Nation represent county
as a candidate. Leon 1 Col. Johnson's I Ij persons having claims or demands apair.it
f. taic/q him That says (j dilation, I have only to assure them that this was 'j Tri e. In announcing this result it is due to !i next Legislative Council. jra the Estate .>f DANIEL FAUST, latcof said Count}'. .ix':
understood entirely : I
U' the best I ileceased .
uc mi could arc icqnested n them
authenticated
t shark and Alice present duly -
procure at ,
1nil i I
present. shall !
allusion to Gen. Call : That hc deavor to have en- I them Grey to say, that neither of j W are authorised to announce c-ol. li. as .'III Uw requires, within the time prescribed : i
einaJC no I a member or two added for Leon I were in order. But as it is, the South L I i W. BRA.DEN, as a Candidate to !, or be foif.cr barred : And all persons in any wise i.:
rc-
1.. jV.)t l'm:1:1'l'ut I ; for Col. White's aiiiotince- 1:11: this Session to another Bill; and if that fails, it I j I: arc victorious and should pride themselves; :'present Leon county in the next Legislative indebted: to -> tul i l estate, are called upon to make imme .

1tfl1' &C. &c- Now' we can Ca3i''>' believe can be effected at thc next scssiouofCongrrss, I upon possessing such a nag as Trifle. Council. diate payment to the undersigned.MARY ..

t' J..t declaration, but why accuse Co! : Thc} horses were placed as follows ; ,I r' HI.-RY F. SIMMONS Ju.e21.! S31 [-4tf.]FAUST, Aministratrix.
will
tlU ,
' I consent to be i
.
Q. White of dallying with the peeplc, when hevjjj.promise MVvSHINGTOX, May 13th, 1834. I Trifle. 1 1 come a Candidate at the Election! in September f J1HR I Iej:.:| representatives of Latinu .

e d ) that hi* detenjiination on the I I Dear Sir-'."he Florida Reform-Bill parsed the I Shark. 2 3 nroct he will, for he Mrmbers supported of by the next l1AY Legislative Coin:1!,. JL stead, and all others concerned, will peasc! rm'if
Vi
)T FAl .
would be announced' at.the: close of the: Senate to-day, by a unanimous vole. I had AHce Grey 3 2 = take notice that I have filed with the Clerk of the
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".ert;, I diiliculty in the II. of Representatives great I Time-1st heat. 7m. 57s. 2d heat 8m. 7s. E)\A l C HA.\lJL1.l{ wnl pr, L.l"1. L..m "I Superior Court for Leon County, Middle District :
he has since redeemed ?! to prevent Middle and vi'cstera' of Florida
C.C'/on- proniij-c More than Dislric's of 1 onda. ; a petition for the division of a certain
I a provision being inserted that} fifty thousand persons were on I \irJmsste, June 27 J
discrepancy behCf'u.this declara- the Territory. it- 31. ['IG.hvjDCIUG Tract of Land, with two IIouse> thereon situated, ;
the
1U err no : :df should course and we 1
all are happy to record
a
pay Legislative great the St. Marks
on river
at Ruckhavcn
!
expenses. the ab e.iccof in the said
> WM
and the private one to his friends, that he It I number of ladies added the Ji. FRANCIS, the 'f
>. f'i 1 iB had resisted the annullnient of these ob- to pleasure of thc r will net as the ii 'tnt. of L 5. county of Leon, containing about:: 560 acres of

. '.-.d aMe by the wi-hr} of his con-titucnts.III. noxious items, I Ll'licthat the committee on the scene( by their presence." I LII..rs \ (0. Ita-I 1 Land-,which bud was entered in the name ot" ,.

i ; The following amusing of the R. J. HACKLEY. : Lat inus Armsteud and H. W. Braden and that
IMS true that Leon did not personally name j Territory xvould: have moved tu stake I accomit contest : June ;
I: out the 2 ,
H31.
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whole! i. from the N. Y. Evening Star : I II [-If ]J t a motion will be llIaJe:1t! the next term of the "
Cull, tut then his allusions ti'lhed well ; J appropriation. Indeed !I
so thc
GltJ ; committee of
j Superior Court Jilr Leon for
: i I uTilE RACES North South.Ihave I It iOl1UL. : county, the appointment -
Ways and Means agents
\llibt\! report jndostriouslv) circulated, that a j i we c induced to sanction the !. not been to a }horse -' IX months t'r.n.i tile u.iUHereof I snail : commissioners to make the said division.
,
t race
:
trie I
. to; hIPn: bad: been formed bv him and Col. j arrearages, and to provide a larger sum, upon the :i i eon eot 'between Eclipse and since great Leu-is; of Dismission, :,r..ni the Adminiiiratio.i a.iply for : -JuneJLst, J*3.1. [.15-17wJ] H. \\. BRADCN. i?
Henry, on which
tlie *
assurance that on esuie of :Samuel *
the : Gairctt -
. 1\ itt'. that the mere omission of a name was would( committee 011 thc Teriitories i | the< fate of Nations seemed to depend t bthe I (ja.'jcli; county, U. li. Jl'UNT leccasa l lite ot 'i'ije subiCfiocliejrslcavc respectfully to ft |-
take : Ad-
I etlicient measures tt) correct future I intense interest creat d and dont J 4ut'7'h, 1J1. :i'r. ; ; ::, infirm his friends and the pu'jlic! that his \ jJatabllshmcnt
ihn 1.ht! of bl'lf' ronsequenre. \r e thought ; aijt < uttcnd SUci11 : JlOG.n.JA : [
lerralions
of
the the
I at House
same kind. I prevailed! on tbe., unless Light Point
1 thaeforr to see \\hether the sports something peculiarly attractive \. r\DIl31"THATUR' .xOT CE---- .\ ill be the 5th of
: k-l l, story j| chairman of the open by July, for the re-
Ways lnJIl'ans it-
to offer an is j iti tho wind, But L pa dllS having ciai.ni ...
t hearing a rontinued This
, the vI' Point
buzcf a-auist es'uic ot .r.U"H company. is beautifully situ. f||
and continue circu-
'Ioulbt! :n unma: >kins. to amendment for : .A. .w". T.
j
2,500 to .b ILLIS
complete t I.!:L- North: against South-encountl'rilJg host >OV, .l-cc.-is-il are her* by mi. ut-d on adry smJ: beacii o|>cn on three sides to the

: jea freely as \\lien under disguise.iccfivtd tion of the laws lie offered it, but declared to .j 01 sttange faces in Broadway, a number a of tall I .l.IU..I'dbrni.! :ail! ,ersuns.; iheai indcutcd forxv.iJ prop-Tiy uu'hen.i'Mtei; v fund refreshed by continual breeze: fain thc ocean
] to tile said estait-[ a-r -: .a ts vapp'ifif.'l to be inferioi to no situation
the
my surprise in the House that he would ) .. requntd on
) not vote good looking middlo-agcd m 'n, with drab hats oiake uumediattaymout t-i tile thern coast for health. ,

'"c by last mail, llio follouingjr.tcmcnt for it, and did not. I .supported anJ carntd it I broad brims, and top.boots, imiken "'ermuch I}, I'l1i ,.tinderiied.'l i 'tic subscriber has rcrvntly enlarged: kis establishment |i |

1 : of Col.Vhiic's views, relative I to through iiivs:1; : Tin ituns l:,r ru.vsuing at J I j j like the inhabitants south of Ma:on and Dt lx.: ;5; Jr.o27-_ isai. : L46-f] Acln 'r. ofT T. VVniis-jr. dc'd by numbtr of additional chambers, and he will | g

5 ji," Hill r.qualisiiT: : the fi representation of stitching i laws, and] lor nine or ten c.uks, were '" ions line I apprehended, as thy :3 lY north, 'j I NOTICE. be enabled.to accoinmodate families with scpcrateapartments.

. considered extravagant and tbe 21st Df', that something of Q' : IUJatil: after date, I wtii 1 I tho 4
I' sectione great consequence was under : aipiy to honora- tic has an experienced fisherman, who will con
'l !.iitLt. "Inch uc publish) ), nutwithstaudiug the th -J 1< J lrd.c of the County Court
Judiciary act outrageous. t consideration. So hitching the little mare I i c-t'Gau.-df n cow stantltrl.ly 'him with the choicest fish and or terr: 1,,
: CM: of complaint has b.M-n removed by a 3L | I hope the to the I started J tj i 1:CII.ll'C lf)m me; Administratorship of the and i his taulc will be fura "heJ with the comlbrrs ana
plaintiffs in for ,
.
green wagon tho .
execution will now I be I nice j i ;.a.e ul oaran labnuorn, tlccca&cct.y ; of the Iuxun the
I: t'ql1f'nt amendment, authoiisiiig the e1ot .L:- i j enabled to collect \i course alone but of LSJUt1UA many as country will afi rd.
their thought
I money withoert I fcrther I di e- ; stopping for ni I I : StiLPAIlD.coamy For those who are fond of sea-bathing, he has -
'. ." : ,'two oddi'ional' repicsfntativcs from the !lay': or trouble. You may form some! idea of the I j jfriond! Hale, of the Journal of Commerce- 1 I .hl"un June L'!.|, loJI. -!t-tI..J; a convenient 'Jatti-llou3e : And his bouts prepared will '

1:1'' :v el' Leon. Uud'-r tho new law, iheuiLnnnril !| J illi.J iWmeJ (,f that subject by Congress, when I J but recollected in time that he had some srru I Ij 'i j: J. tf"I'. tVALitYciii., Will Keep on aand atc : : always be in readiness for sailing excursions on tl- ** '

. r.\'lt? will consist: of twenty-six mem | you learn that: in both Houses the rules were su).l'j j I I! pled of conscience on these subjects ; so 1 CUI'.J _.. l and it-ir ll.\.wrcut U J.L JMitMl-l'uiiit;, cin.iip fur, a constant ca h. stijipty ofi Ja y.An excellent road will be comp'cted from tho '.

iPc. viz-From the Midtifc District: tin_ j i l.t j nded 10 pass the Bill!!-The principle: and not | whipped up for Williamshurg ferry, a.id cro s- I .! tt1fl 2"LLI, I34. (HG. w) nc lia Drulge to this Point, by wh! h tlu-se wi..

: 't tilL importance of the object it. ato and cxf--
: j Fiorn tli" Kastern Ditrict. lizht! -Prom thc produced that but I ; JI LL. TH.TSOIS are. luruul to trade for lie loliowni"SL cm 1VeViire ; and he has pttpared stables.
ferry, own stock |
no in itjj
Wertrm I>i"'ti'-i; seven and ;Vom lhc'iioutli- lm -very. resjH.ct.-uHv yours, i ucnuedOTiSl1lCY having: tju.n su.len! ; ; I fnl oslltrs und provender for those w!. : ..
;
. JOS. M. WHITE.WASHINGTION m an's motive now-a-days are always suspi i j 1I' "IIIUY dwelling house on tue ni.nt of the Uih ill f that \\,n". No i-xerriou will be '";.... _. .
era !njctri..t.)i out. W.M. VJLSO!. Esq. cions. Ths read is excellent ; and the view ; stunt, viz:- of the sutscri''Cr' to add to tile couii.. .

Tiiq"e arv no conflicling l local: l questions to Jit from the hill about two miles fromVilliams- j I two One given Dy d"lars-du'Ebcnczar Folsoin, in my favour, for UItlttfldICt all who may favor him with ihLis'itIIoiis' .1 S' : .
!
; : 23th: lccunbc next. { Y.
v':r. parfu-s( r rrajilicaliy! in Florida except that June, !th, 1331 burg superb-embracing thu entire panoramaof I Two given by licnj. \\ Gausu in my favoramonnjd : : Point Jun", '1COTTON ;
_
_
the The
ol: ituMpcatwn: of tla' Seat: i1 1 tiovcrnaicnt, and 1 Diar Sir-I have received letter city. weather was clear, cool and t j ; together to stxiy-sevcii dollars auJ tiUy ceiiU>- .
your containing delightful and crowds of omnibus- | due on me 2Jtli Dec .rnuer last. I \. '"-

tin! canu.it be renuwd: by any other authority verv just reflections in icspect to the reprecntation I ses, gigs, ;curricles and horses carriages looked like I j i! One given oy John Stc|'.iei s, payable! to John C'a- :!I r 1 HE subscriij--! :. ('11:1!i ii.Jj !'. I,:' : ': '.

, !:mn c ungrt' i. I should: ) never raicijn :.trLt : of the Territory. It is a difficult subject) : j an I| son, f:>r y-fivt ilollars: ,-cm winch is f.vo crechth! ['r GINS ofl.l1t.x 't.h.!! : rf" :}, a' S i"': -

;:, measure ray-df. ; v/ithuut r. vuir of a iiijuiiiy of-; ainl a Delegate! L--rr must take what he invading army. Thc flags on the race course ( i ndnrfecd of ttn dollars each-was due on tne 2jth! ol j I I I i j will warrcnt tem! to .--rk vstli with >,, a usif .' .. :
j can get, were floating gayly in tho wind ; the oyster i j' iJcccmbcr l:1-t. : s.'irv! do.t di' v.--Ii j, thj? : v* I I. b.. taken t ,., .f
j
tl:" ivnole: of the l\.> In I Illot j
paipit what
rritury a quoMion he would wish Fioridn has been { I thr m ,')0- '!. Tli : ,'rio.wurk5;; .
I ureatbe ttands \vcre numerous beyond example tur- One given: by Allen dims in favor o: Ife/ekiah v n f.i.-ne; :0. ; r ,P '
rll!J't'rU11r; the interest and convonieiKx1 of I 1 Iv; i favoured in every respect; and the !liberal and I tic soup and cold cuts were distributing in; thc [I 1 Brown for twenty-live dalljr! :-dtu= '.n tile hIt ,'I I'j: nit i- j .:! .viount Vci: : n. !'i ..i i ;aor r'lti} t ,. ..v

,, ;.Ojt'. ali must of, course be con>ulu-d. I think !; fiilhrhtencd citizens;of Leon lmnrr: the\ benefit of ) avitlion! here and there a j, jJ ccf'mCr: last-on which w",s endorsed! a credit l" i ier; :.\ :hc a'oj\eir.i ', v. t.lb--t pun- f.. a nued
p ; roly-poly table' j
to. DUNCAN
)rcPiL\lL.
ny"I.:1";! t.t! ; Loon fouiity tHin It ti> have tliree or ";> thf Se.it of Govrnnip-rit j icn dollars. i
| L'all: l OHicc. Go\v I and and then the of .' '
rattle the
rnor j now dico box lOne given by Hez'liiah Brown ( I"" 1 ; ::1. l3I. P5:1: I :
:liiur [i.t :Jj"r:. and that it'I TinLc'iri iiJ.ltitJunc.it :i ::ui,l SitTc tan; so nC'"lr tt'mJI*. < 1 j I heard tables j' in f"'Mf 'V m -
:: i bomduljjeiit ryul, was on along the toad. I was Riilcy, !for ten tIU-ll:1.C! not recniiccted: -to..,:iitn- II FEMALE SF.UI.VARY.:
,
"a. < :.d 'u !i a it-sululiuu! : at the next :es ion, it jv <'nrroiito tbe! 1aJl: itnii is-.> nta disiaiuv. The glad that Mr. Hale was not with me-it would* j j j \\ i'.h a number of othor N"IC., and p.t.'cr-:4 t rJ:: cr'rl. :.: > .1. II. TY.NG iifonu. tin inhabitants of

: li 3r nrdrd. J 1 Bill was tbe be
The liict .'.. tiiut l.;! .i ic. tij: oniy instance in thc i j 1 I will make an elliirt to Imv nn amendment! to, a scene was quite animating. j j B',,!:, \, fnjtit verteontuufd T.H\t: p"li.t'ill a in Caliskin I' .ink bnld Po"! ;.nldl{eith :> i I j ,.._ i {srJLEcr SCHOOL fur rof"tv L.HJIEX,

1.cl ffriuie; of Tt-rnUirini Guvtrutnrnlin which the| !j Florida bill now l before% the House, to five Leon I juf About ten minutes zJtcr one o'cJIk-I I like si.vtr .-.'.aii."-a t )JOf. D..'.!ai ...i '.f the ...n.-h.ir>t: ii j, :j t j' ;-r.'u-.Lre l I'>:! h !M'-t.at In flic thish"! Ire: UrXcc,.:.Lull of Dr.bnti-hcsuf'tL-'l1l''l'l athos ; Oil-

;J'tpitvvorc pcrniiiU'd to dt-ct their members} : \|t another member. I think I have made such exre j j te bo particular as to time-the bugleoiinrird 1 .! 11't.li1ter'tar BJDA Hank of of tVt.Ma st rlorlt n>lw, un-' l.1. .> Oj.t II.'i.tr: !. :- '. J1 j r.visii i t dl1 :ttio':1 flu '} f.e a quirod. Then; Will be

Vt Legislative' C>.uucil, when* the! fxVCI1\ -;es W"*' 1 1Jiid l planations) as will secure tr.p concurrence of tile I to bring up the horses ; the little riders, three: I h-j rcm..indtr was bill <>rtlie! ,Ccntralt-is-icdn! .i.-.jxK'ia.', j. f ,;;r qTiirtrs."f. do'coH'ck) .-? neh. Tl; s Schooii

: L:; the Sl :.t'ml (;'jvei'iIzi'r1t. Since the j)acv comrnittee. I smart looking boys paraded: in front of I trv [l.iha: "5e, trie MZvn.. rrroertt!! d. I wail!: ivt1 t j al-i; I!i; halt\\ tl: pist or m'bsSM-w":\-l ,:k.four L'j hvir:,"n- a Wilt-bv be, romm'-.ictug app.inri-d: for atM

; oi'tf.at .klt t fur Florida, the other Territories I will see thru no law shall ever be sanctioned, t starting pavilhon, to hoar orders and listened j); Joi.'ars: i';)r any Lscovrry that w ill ita.I to (..; com icsc'tolars j to t.1 ..it wlnl nut nl1'1 \1 l t'l1ih en-

have bt-en iJ:;.ceJ upon the same looting.; Theot.er :[ which: has for its object any injury to the TIid dleDi.uic' !i to the established; rules) -having previuu-ivj,: f iion laiiv--; ) tit :he and thef.! : .lol1licdlu All! mcrchaut, ; as.d tr.it.eis. 111'.1."- |: ai un:: morn! ; .aiul :t i ii ih -u:ht vhis' ;at.ionnl i-f con-
rc :
: iak .j.
sc'- i
rtqu 11:1.:1ll.lr j i \Ii.i mfnt a i Say, IS much lirai'hill a'JiiiiT .
:! been Thc as .t- "r m.tructi -
pruvjs.otis u-jre muje in consequence of the I do not think that tire is any danger i I weighed. na;s wre then hi ought, .: r noti.v. S;! i ,\.lJttl: iJlX(LN. .
ntdue tUii.n:
: "n : !, dxnsstisiiitus
rcquirt
i IP. ;; :t-
KMar C"tnnatos I forth, sleek' smooth and 1'rifl Junt' tni-:. lj.t! f fit" ., -.
!" > -
shinning. ,
i.av.tii bv -n exceeded for sevcZii : oftJe East andVe
years: pas!, iud tu indicate the objectionable: : Ie I as some have suggested should as DOlt ,\! )Shark, and Alice Grov.- I took a :tr ole i \'V M. D. iI.Mr.i. ; ', PCtlll":1) : to jis ..','ri.ir L'i..u-t':- I ponsiijle! for thc wh': quarter's tuirk J:1: >,\vhicU! I

': :,S.I I think of the limbs } i I a amons the knowing ones to hear hihcto, |I. '.' /, lor the- (Joini y "I' (*aJ .!ifii) for I hey eut<,r. Suolars arr requested t > lJriZ! with them t
combining against the body: j jI I WILLIAM II. Ki.ilSine : I wh Ill\"t r &rh.'uIbiM ks .h tIn
ol. ua\c, : a
I Ii: "I were going on, and found in a few momenti J or asurt Oi; a \Iori"ajrc.C. y may propel'
.flY i that Southern friends t art lIotiiicd that
our wide \
f2J?-. made in this }bill th'e remedy is : the extremes for the Middle District, and I trust Wfro: awa ke. : J8_ P'' iiti.m ha> i i'.-i n til- d in Till) 'ourt af.ir-jsaid, J1,1; ,,I are 'he classification and term* :

'j.* Leffaj-c l: Cuuncil.! They! arts supposed) ) [ to j I that possibility of such injustice will not even I Trifle was the general favorite, and nets WI.TC i ifreely c>. 10'l' a ,I'.r;::a.e ese-'utcd uy detcn-lanr. Ell:: L'. < l\r fl" trier.1st .

. '* JCtjuamteJ v.-ith i iht- loral situation of ihe taken, as Shark maintained a high re- I j sa..i H ilium 1). i.H.S ;n on tw. Tracts of LASH clas! <-In Reading and Speihnr, > 5 00
: "csbejjiigire.sttd. putation also ; hut when the field was gleaned. J i 1}''"; m u..HbJen( r-"iniy, hem; the La.H hall! of t.e 2d cla. s-In Xv'rjtintr, Arithmetic! Geography )
rciivi Coji.ties triey represent, and if any i ideal I have been glad to see in your editorial career, bets were offered, Tnflu against the field 1' 11|r r|*" >"Ulh".l 'jU; lr.1 ot "*', ;'t" u Three, and the !bast and Bn-riisu Grammar,. ) I O(

Suvanutgc of exact representatiwi S founded on a laud.ble; disposition manifested to discourage local which offer j h.tifrji theIvortnvast qiri.irrof'cction l tu-both! I 3d class-In all hi-her Engluh studies, as )
was an too .
: r.umLrrs be dren.t-d tempting not to take iSo n i'ownsaip Unr, iLtng.- i'\\- \.jrtn and \Vcst.LLLI'Z Ilhctorii-, Ethics, Natural Ili&tory and $ 00
, important divide jealousies and I think (
they can promote harmony.
, tejcr yet our Northern friends opened their wallets | LL k .v lii-J'tL Philosophy, &c. &.c. &c.

Election tjfgonorai law the whole Territory into. I we shall give you another member before the end freely, and safety f fund notes* circulated in I|I -June- i-i.-l ldw. Imj Att'j__ for_ .P tHIUl1er_ 4th class! -In French or Classics }1') (l) t.l

, distncrs. If. fur instance the county ofwa. i of the session, if net, it will not be the fault ofhnlj abundance. I 'MMITTED- --to-my -care- as' three- Lnch class will of course be entitled to instruction f

:. wind is nearly equal tu St. John's, I Your most ob't servant,* By the tap of the drum : the hor.-es started, I j C' ALGKO ML.V, who say they art runaways tree,')tt ha\c I I:I in"r or all! the branches of the previous classes.

:. 0iv, u more equal division, it can: he effected[ by JOS. M. WHITE. perfectly fair : the rider of Alice Grey in I 1110. ) j 1'11'1'1:0 ..a tll:1t! effect ; tnoy call! (hem.dHsVilli"tln Any the further Pr information may be had on application V Ii IiII
to L. A.
;.j J"IRS) Jr-hu Johnviii, aid C II ctp or at THOMPSON'S, Esq. ,.
Chnsiopcr arnbi
bye'lI1g!) a pj.-tion of that county to St. Jolm'j tot I \VM.; WILSON, Esq. scarlet, of Shark in navy blue and of Triflea I 1! i they are between'to and .''(11 years of a;o, of very ci.irk''. Tail V i.n.vJune: 'Hi., |S3t. _V

t : a particiji;tion in the elections and repri sen- finely formed lad, and a superior rider, in sky I i'! 'complexion-Jones i is aiunu) 5 feet 6 inches tug:h- NOTICE.Proposals --
i
. ; io4I! of the two members. It has I been sug-; P1tiTATiflS4- ; June 14th, 1834.( blue silk jacket.; Shark took thc lead. Trifle I j' Jhrii>011 is about 5 feet 4 inches high, has a siar b- I E\LED will be received at mv of- V r:1 r-
his
, Ced to nif in a letter of a gentleman entitled toand Dear Sir-The new Pre-emption Bill has passed follOWed close? Alice no great distance behind j ,stout tween made eyes: -They-Chamber arc *ull:s> likrly about-G-'.hcv feet hi"h and ::1 L -' Hoc, until Monday the 30th inst., for 280,000 f-

" great uvi>rhi, tat| : although there are no local 1 by a very large vote in. the H. of Representatives -all seemed to hold in hard. The second ( l lauded on the Caslrrn coast of Florida in'August say they last I I i hnrd burnt merchnntable BRICK, describing the t

. eOrajteaj: divisioii3 of East and West, North L and now only) requires the signature of the mile shark still ahead-odds rather in favor of i in a Miiall: boat. The ners tire reqnt-st to conn- forward i size to be delivered, at some point on the Two T

arid SuuiJi S.uvcry or Auti- la'ry, Tariff or no; / President to make it a law. My old friends on Shark ; a Johonny raw near me, one hundred : prove 1" u]>crty, ]pay expense, and take them ]Hundred Foot Street, by the 1st day of October

lEr2iiz: u Fionda I'' the will have further dl1fi'Utties dollars on Shark,' I take,' tall awav. LKXVIcJ F. DltACKEII, 'next.
L. j i vet that the )present }basis will: Apalachicola now no says quiet I' Sheriir Monroe Bounty Florida. RO. J. HACKLEY.

*- "ken as tLc one uj on which the ConventionIJ as to their lands. man next to me, thrusting a cut of old Virginian : KPJ' West, June 13, J:3.. [f6-6mj_ Tallahassee, 14th June. 1834. [44tf] r

to elected, and will therefore be unequal. The act also provides for hove whose claims his mouthThe Stakes were held I h ya ,; NO fICE. :

T*''iSi u nut so, there is no law or precedent for were rejected by the erroneous construction of the neighbor. On the third mile Trifle shot ahead ; THE Female) School under the superintendence I Notice.

ITt! such arrangement. The election of a ConC1tjrA hw of 1630 by the Secretary of the Treasury, of Shark with perfect ease, aud kept ahead, I Mrs. MARY E. BROWN, will close its first IHKREBY forewarn all persons ni ainst tra

will he directed by an act of Congress, and Commissioner of the General Land Office.: coming in the winner, and in no way distresses session on the 1 1th of .J ul., when she will give a NOTE given by Julia Ann Howell :
*:bea '..e shall Time 7m 57s. vacation of tico weeks, for the purpose of affording to Wni. r. Barnes, for S 205 25. payable one day
have ob't serv't
the requisite numbers to elect Very respectfully, your most ,
after date
one. Stocks rose considerably on Trifle, and in a the children some recreation from their studies (Sept. 10th, 1831.) Said"note having V.'
JOS. M. WHIT:
the been fraudulently obtained it will be
dnring warm weather. The School will not paid. .,'
accordingly "
I half hour the
were for
ready second
1rn3gi1e we shall not have before that time WM. WILSON, Esq. nags, a open on the 2kh of July at the Parsonage COTTON B. O'NEILL.

JnJ very serious conflicts about surplus Reve- heat. Alice Grey led off and kept a I head fir the instruction of YOUNG LADIES.- She June 14th, 1834. [44-4 wIF] _

hue> of our Territorial Ton THE FLORID1AK. showing that she was a clever creature; on the will take a few srqall Boys that can be easily man
that Treasury.Coutroverson \ third round, Trifle with great case passed Freight wantedfor New York.
Editor-You have aged.
.! .
subject, will be saved by the misapprehended, as V
tects f consuming them all, and \on the purse, Shark appearing a1"rom the liberal patronage which she has already The \V.ASHINGTONCapt..
commissions, and other small corroding' it appears to rne, every sentence in my communication distressed and mind rather received she flatters StVAiM will sail
'Pplications. to my ill. herself with the I hopes of hence about the first
The of last week, and given it throughout The racing was good ; Shark: and Trifle are still being patronised by the citizens of Tallahassee of July next, and will carry freight.

1j subject of representation is a fruitful one a construction not warranted by the lan- both fine nags, but on the whole, the affairswas and its vicinity-Also of being able to giveher ; low, if early application is made. A

the dlscussiou I and d\sion. It is a fine? theme for guage. I did nut manifeit.anYlmpatlcnce ats much inferior in character and inteest to imploycrs ample satisfaction. few passengers can also be very comfortably ac-
ceciamation agitators and Terms of Tuition as heretofore, vi:: commodated by applying toKERR .
demagogues
far the excitements Col. White's delay in causing his name be the great Eclipse race. For Spelling, Reading, Writing & Arith. & STURGES.
of those for whom the offices 00
I't desirable.. I publicly announced ; though I did complain UNION COURSE RACES Yesterday terminated I metick, per quarter, 5 st4 June 14th, 1934. (tf44) _
: When the was made I For Grammar __ __ _
arrangement
O:1e sears of the discrepancy between his private 1 letters the third day's races-$1 00 purse, three I Geography> Nat. PI.iIot e 00 WINES, &c. FOR SALE.
}14d ago, a plan was-laid, h-v which it was mile heats.-The entries were Wm. R. J hn- sophy, Chemistry, Rhetoric & History, 5
that I should and his public communications, between assurances RECEIVED per brig Tallahassee and other
incur the displeasure of either: No scholars! entered for less than arri
John C. a
Cline
the ,
een's Fanny Stevens's Black quarter of old Port
Claret
nuddle Muscat and
or the two extremes. Those who to his friends that he was a candidate, which is eleven weeks. Malaga Wines-Also ,
e Maria won the race, we understand, with ease, I Newark Cider & London Porter -
t1J t not generosity enough to estimate the diffi-. and declarations to the public that he was not in two heats. Time of first 6m, 3s ; second WM.WM. FLAKE, Also, which oo lbs.is offered by the dozen 0; single bottle-

es of a responsible public station, are always.v : candidate. This the point on whichI will off HILLYARD, \Trustees ; Almonds, Brazil-Nuts and Filberts, Rai-
to avail yet a was 6 12. This day come the great foor WM. MANER, f sins, Figs, No. 1 Chewing Tobacco, Spanish Scars,
P'judjces' themselves of the most groveling sought explanation. mile race, between Trifle, Shark and Alice ROUT. S. MILLER. J kc.-Also expected by next anpval from New York,

P Pulatioa. I admit the general principle, that Your commentary, Mr. Editor, discloses a Grey. This, it is sai 1, will be the greatestrace Tallahassee, Junc 20, 1834. [452 w] dy Teas and, Loaf other Sugar, Sperm andTallow Candles, Bran
is j the basis of Spirits. F. B. WHITING. '
correct representation' that has taken placo since that between -
Ut there misconception of'my meaning on another sub- NOTICE.MR. ;iOEmpty Bottles bought and sold.
are considerations in the peculiar condi- Eclipse and Henry.-N. Y. Gazette. St. Marks
tioA K. M. MOORE the June 14.
is [
only : 44.3w1
still wilder-Wil1 do me the faVOr agent appointed
of.a new Ject you l. .
country in -hich.the application oiPrinciple f I in Tallahassee lo receive and
that 1 would be mischievous., point out the sentence in whIch. either in direct OCTOR'S WILLIS & RANDOLPH have\ associated money of.the Western line for Stages.passage baggage: DURING my absence to the North, Mr. WAL ".
1 themselves in the practice of medicine is authorised to settle and trarus-
have \. B.
shewa that there' terms or by implication, I charge Gen. BLACK WELL, act nil my business-He
will
are no local and geo and offer their professional services to the public. Office Contractor oftht Western line of be found at my office.
tPbJaJ Stages. in TlIMiassce.
Cie5. to operate upon the legislation o If Call with &Q intention to intrigue for o office between. the.. Floater's r .. Hotel. tmd_ Ltuubcrt'e 821D June. 14. 44.tf) 20th Way 1S34. (42if UOS.. G. Ga.ttDO.

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NOTICE. In; Superior Court, middle district, Leon County. CONSUMPTIONCURED. PLANEI0'- Y'

(& KERR & STURGES 1 sub-NOi'Ib has takjr .. \
'to.
Law 'I t P
between
ll1I1E partnership formerly existing
forclose L.lf1't"ftndtllrtith
assignee of'V nl. Williams, I Petition to : *
soPPo Utal
been aJohn P. Booth"und J. mes Westcott Jr. hath vs : ( Mortgage. DE LA MONTERAT'S COLUMBIAN VEGETABLE and the public that his notrst ('n"1Ir.fi oraungh .

dissolved by agreement THEODORE FLOTARD.J SPECIFIC. ccption on the 1st of March: I 1J-54.be openfor fr
March 18M.
: NOTICE is hereby given to the said Thcoe'ore Flo- the most valuable remedy ever yet discovered! for 2tf IDjJARM. It

CARD.. to all persons claiming, or to claim by, IS cure of Cough, CoLls, Consumption, Asthma l.<,\. -ioio; ": .Ut.'CflnOO' _
; through, or under him, and to all persons interested, Sz.im'H0Bcorfand all di.si-aM.-s of the B.rast and.II1g RAIL : Treasurer'c t are I

the rJ"F.:AuV( uf.* Prepared by J. BOYU, Philadelphia. It for sixty days from the date ,hereof\d 1jbe kept

'I ( t U a Attorney far the Middle District chi.jfly that he might in Tallahassee, proposes to do a general city of Tallahassee (original plan,) No. 181, 182, f* C compwcs the disturbed r\'e.s, gives strength l.to the Stock of the TnlAhftscc! Rail Road ubr t e.C &

I I devote. liia time eicluf-rjy ami unremtttinflii to the practice of l commission business, regular sale days, Tuesdayand 20"l t ; mortgaged William Williams, and by said Lun 's, repairs the Appetite, improves. the Spirits etc. f be received at the above pl..c.| !prli
J th: Law and h\s; informs hit friends in Florida and elsewhere Saturday. Williams assigned and transferred William Kerr Bill of Directions each bottle of the i dunjn" L U. '
j that all tusinc entruvte-d to him in the Court of App-'aK in lIe will also attend administrator and olhcrsales and Robert Slurgess has been fded this day in the accompanying hy GIr'L1' 1neb -
to manner I A rJ
I\ out in a most conspicuous and Treasvrt.
I any of the Courts of UIPli.JdIp. District or in the S.ipjrior pecific, pointing Secretary ; to the S1'tt
.our'.f Jackson and Franklin CouiUiwi laV..t Floiida, orII' in thcconnty. ROBERT J. HACKLE Clerks office of the Superior Court of Leon County. ill the symptoms in their different stapes of the disease Talhhasser, Ft.t-rujry 22.1 eoard0f Di"tl CIr
of D.-ratur Bull Tlioma Counties Georgia will receive the March 23d 1933. 33tf Dated this Ifcth march 1S.11. and : direct ions rcsp Ci ingthie treatment w llll.e 1831. I r
particular
I II' IlIt. t p mctual: and a"toI i.luou attention. N. B. Instruments of writing executed with neat- JAMES A. BERTHELOT, with well authenticated certilcates P Elt. :cho'Hler t.tdc! Eun1'.ISton 28ttI %iwt

::1 t L'nIlaIiasi'. May 14, |:>34.MIDDLE. ncss and despatch, by_R. J. HACKLEY. inarch 2-!, ((32tf.) For_pctioners_ '___ .Kerr.&--Sturl---es.U' i minf't'it- of, together cures, etc. many I tcr from, the Charleston subscriber is in ";t'CtlJOTl p t-r, Da
J cciving S. Carolina
II { DISTRICT : SAW Glrs'S in.uiuf.ictnrod: BoaLv1I11t Florida- of the and increasing drmano tf 1I 1
3. byjas. Superior Court-.Middle District of In consequence great I **
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Superior Court-Leon County. Columbia, South Caroliny, for sale by LEON COVNTY.WILLIAM for this specific, the proprietor is enabled to reduce the CORN, FLOUR, S\Lt\g\ .

WILLIAM : BRIQGS.1 JNO. BLAIR PEACHY.ALSO I NUTTAU. ,. 1( price to 7 j cents per bottle! ,thereby enabling It to come For -sale on Consignment. Individuals v] h'C. re.
Inassumpsit. within the reach of all persons. of the above articles, la.1111tf >. \ ;
I Acting IVusleinf I >\ynm a rig
: CHARLES C.'ASH: ) Summons S IO, O. 1,700 hushs. ALT and fine-- as above. Astmp-"lt- JOHN ll.
r coarse apply WILLIAM L. HASIvlNS: Jf Co. )> Dr. CHAPMAN'S Anti-Dyspeptic Pills. BLIR PL
Attachment issued 18J1 for 3180. February 8th, 1833.-[26tf] St. Marks, > prU till>. 18H. 'LIlY.
MarchlOth1 :
: I( rs. I In Attachment.JOHN ThCi-e Pills have been slIcl'C- flli Y used by tlua) r .jfJ! f

l II DYSPEPSIA AND I IVElt-CU( lPLAIN i\-- LAUD\ L\X. J J sands who can tc.st.fy to their superior diicH'Y.OVtl'. At a Superior Court.forliIiddffj1

: THOMAS W. FAUNTLEROY,) .', Professor of PhysidogicaMe. tic above cause h.v been institU--1d, and a wri: many: other remedies now in u.-.e) f.r the rureot: Dyspepsia Florida, Leon ,ry
It's.tt i I In debt. : County rzc't
dicine, who for several years, has devoted his entire- .It of Attachment therein issued and made returua III nil their complicated forms they gk c strength Held at the City of
Ii 1 : JOHN LAUDAMAN, who is imf Summons*2000 attention to the treatment of chronic or inveterate diseases L.lc to the next term of said Court. The defendant !o (the debilitated organs of digestion, repair thtoppeite the 2 till TaHahassseeoa: TL J

pleaded with James S. Linn, J has succeeded by chemical analysis and synthesis and all others concerned, nre hereby notified appear tt ,removes nau-sea and sii-kness of the stomach, ha- day of April, 1&3-1. 7 \

? t Attachment issued April 5th, 1831, for Sl, 90.r in forming combination from several proximate and plead! to the declaration filed in said case accord- bitinl cwtiu-m-ss, head-ach., (palpitation of t the 1 hrurt, SLAUGhTER & C. LABUXAN, ) :

': EDWARD vegetable principles, to which he. has given the in" to law. 1 I. W. BRADEN, At'v ';,r Pl'tflTs- and many other nervous affections. They contain no Complainants, \ itC!

,r & WILLIAM LOOCKERMAN1 P. CR Aid % name Medicinx Stomachics ct Hcpalicie ; which has Ihtc1:1.l'ch 2-3. 1 ).) t. 3::-3m.] : Mercury, nor do they sicken the stomach, they ao.a against
tm.1 proved far more clllcient limn any remedy I heretofore JohN -- ----- -- I mild and safe cathartic : there is no restriction in diet CAROLINE JANE RI.\GGO: D, !
ding under th-* unm" style Vvr. ItEA: Yes.: 1t5. InCh ft01
,
firm of LOOCKERNUN & CKAIG: lu assumpsit. discovered in curing those distressing maladk-s of'milld > Attachment.ALEXANDER u,' drink or exposure to wet or cold while -using 'Jicm. ninistntrix of James G. llin"""U

and body, which are generally comprehended; under J Hill of directions vdl accompany each box of Pills, deceased, and R icird! and AL.yltin.: ) St
Snl NIF. :
.
VS.TIlF.ODORE
the sweeping terms DYSPEPSIA and LivEnCuMPLANTS ; sjf-IiU l U't ntlants.
J suit \\h"h will fully explain thci rllects.FrJin [ -
LAPORTE that S
I LL concerned will take notice
-It is likewise an almost certain cure for enlargement persons the well known reputation of tnesc Pills for I appearing the satisfaction
alias! Count DC LA PORTE I lias been mstilned by Attachment in the above 11' of tIle C
Attachment issued January I"Jj 1831, for $697 5'2. of the SFLF.XN : slated care, returnable tu a Justice Court tube Itchy many years, the proprietor (J. llOYD, Philadelphia) I the defend nits do not re-M.le! in Iic T'rrurt ,U
Among the of Dyspepsia and Livcr-com- in '.f he State of
symptoms detail O.
'f deems it unnecessary to give any further of Georgia : .
Tallahassee of :: L tleI
j ij R. J. Hackliy, in the city: of on thcC"I'
defcmJ.TUis in said cases, anil all others in- plaints, are flatulency, sourness or burning in the stomach the first Monday in e-sq.April next. The defendant and them. A fresh supply has been receded' and for salt nants courted, it is ordered tlmhuitsdo tttiC the ; pla. a

\ THE '' will take notice of th) ,; issui.is cf said melancholy, irritability, disagreeable taste in the. all p'TSons. interested are -nnircd to appnr anti by appointment by K. U. PERKINS. ( "I1)tar; hero on "r bcfrt the frst ilnJ t011i; : :,

i I /tiachm1s as.above stated], and are also required mouth; great irregularity of appetite, which is sometimes p ead.: .F1L\ :KLL :. JOHNSON, Tallahassee, i\T -v 21il 1 I.-tf I October mxr, and answer the tonipla4! anV ti' l sotjtl

I II, : t.) appear andcases plead to the declaration filed in said voracious and at other times greatly deficient ; March 27th, 183 i. |I:3G-3m1| UonitaMe. I said bill will betaken pro runfesjo, and the ,1.1I h
thirst, feliJ breath nausea weakness of the stomach thereof! rr..1t
; FRE H DRLJGicc decreed : ltel1
re'pecIivey: 1 according to t'ic! statute in. suchd I accordingly: ProvntcJ! j es: !
S" \ I nut eruetat iois, palpitation drowsincsss i regularity j ,\lc CUlliinlIlCllt-210 sackj SALT, I this order Ctlfya'
case made provid. Dated May: 12th t IS.) I 1. FOR ; on !)imertcd! in the Floriduii! ithr
;. JAMES WESTCOTT JR. of the bowels, pressure on the stomach after i.icals bundles 11.Orclers must be accompanied i Urumti'\UntWJjt y 3 I published in Tallahas l1rC! a week f.tsuccessively "ne .p3

40f; Att'y for ,PlftTskJOTICE pain in the head, dizziness or vertigo ; confusion: of by the cash. JOHN BL III PEACHY. J ; :} received a full supply of fresh drugs, spic. s, I pr.\iou, t- 'tl\a fir:t." lllntl.tY 1''"ur t:1v'1' ire c

mind attended with the loss of memory, a guv.vin< April 26, 1 1834.: [27tfJ_ perfumery, etc etc {A epy'; ) 'i.'st-, l0cd" ere

OF FORECLOSURE OF MORTG- in the stomach W lien empty, chilliness, afiVction of "" Also I sugar boiler's Thermometers, graduated to 300 May 10. ( ;iM.i] .J \Q. .
t. CORN AND SEED }l'E&Sclm .
_
f" \(K All interested will take notice and and weakness in the Lack LIi"\Cil
persons thatl sight hearing, pain decrees, on brass scales of 22 inches ; Litmus Tiii.rr-I r\J 1
I. I the '* Central: B.uik of Florida," intend to l languor disturbed fleep, cold feet and hands tremor .fv STUUGES I offers for sale at Talla- ic, etc. : Maynard and Noyc'a celebrated Ink and Ink I Jit a Superior 'ovtJoi Ike .Uiddlt Distridj -

I suit upon a certain: mortc \ e made and executed by uneasiness in the throat, caugh, p.iin in the side i 01 _u. and St. Marks Powder ; Lowe and Reeds genuine Chlorine toot!. Florida, Lcoi County,

I I William G. Burgess and Mary Ann his wife on the breast, &c. 2,000 bushels CORN, and wash, the best article kr.own for distn&rd i te-t.-th an Held at the Ci'y of Tilli3.ssee-:; ,

Jlth: day of March 133: unto 'Vi1iunVi11iuis! of! The above maladies lead to organic affections of tin 100 do. PEAS. gums ; Bullards Oil of Soap for cleansing \..'"I'J. 21 lst day of 1 Aprii:. on Iondaj't J'r

nnJ upon the south half: of lot. No 03 and the whole of stomach, liver, and heart, terminating in Drop!},Con June 7th, 1831. ((43tf) cloths ; 's.dN ot Lemon, for removing ink andstuii.-, i i., JOHN IIOBL 13JJ. (
lot No. 96, in thf city of Talla'iasscc, a.-.il the stores, sumption, Apoplexy, kc. according to the climate, habits cloth ; Lucifer and Phosphorus m.itchts ; Oiboriies :; !a-. ; 'IJI .j.uii.ant, ,I l'"pnnl'" It!)
welling house kitchen stables and other} improvements i i sex, and temperament of the .t05 RE'V AltO. :1lwr I uI
age patient. celebrated ttii'.T colours etc; h b< autiful {g as.s ink starc-!.- I KoilER'l'S fir it J I
thereon tl) secure the payment of a note for I Prepared by J. P. l'ETEItSl.L. )., 1iedcvi1Ic; PROCLAMATION and Pounce !,oxe-> ; fancy and mcdicatetJ l"zcn:* s ELI'/.AIU-ITH( ( n 4.ftidant, \) vr'rce. lse

; 2,000, given by siid Burgess and Gren H. Chaires. Inventor and sole proprietor.. BTfJUVEKXOtt patent barley, powdered, :go, etc. ';!I". Allot":: hirh; g"i\ipr.c.trm< to iht. sa'i-fu\i. i em of tii: Cw... ,

". $ .i (as srcurity) t-> sui1 Williams: on the same d.xy, pay- Tt'stimoliials.ltnH"rous certificates might l bs nd W LUlt tpa flL will be sold! cheap fur cash or appiove-d crdi I I It.. ..' .;:(I:ts 11 4.1!' t'it t IHlli.llnmr.!: r, '. j (" ",f i rd,

allo January I Is: Id31, with intcjrstnt 10 per.centum I dttce-d relative to the extraordinary cures performccby : E. U. PERKINS.Tallahasser -.1 'i' .-. ::;!II. S in the I r> 'ot; of SjuiL ; ,.:n.t. .b rut prbe

"I' from date, a'n.l' which nflelh\ mortise have been using: these medicines; but the following are thought 01' KLGMU.l.TWO December 1-lth l.:ifEW ..1. 10.101 SId I c'onlf.r.U..lIHI.y, <(,UH.) >,,riej& .. .
z'ji"ed by suid; Y/iU'nm: to s.' iJ (:('!ItraI Bank of sufficient to satisfy the minds of the most skeptical : HUNDRED DOLLARS is htfrcby offered thai: iinh-.ss I: the I ttd dffei.d.uit; drhe -, .1! : : ,'I ,"d |sotct.

FlurJd.f--Aid that said "Conlt.il Bank of Florida" From Dr. James Lwell! Author of the Medical Uo-npan- the cppreheni-iem of n';\) nir.awav slnvt-s, DR UIJ STOl E, ..:.-.\INV/.-Ti i subscriber i bill I.flhe cn'li; III.tun.ilr t. fr" : anl; ,
I r ur
I : has: this day fil.'jJ its petition (s filing forth saiJ note ion, or Family Physician. charged \HIt the JJ1tHdcl' JAMES ROUN D'I'REE. l 11 has ju.t n.reiv tIly ship .Ai ierie.in, ii' ...ttNiv I I tty': in Oiofi'-r r.-xt-! lt '-ii..1. "'.itcmijcsso -. !!! !,,. ( st,

II'.l .I and mortgage and tJ.c assignments thereof and the a- NF.W.OHI.KIN, Dec. 20ih 1833. Esq., late I'ft.l'! cuanly of L" wuds and sta e of Ge' i- York a complete: av-rimcn': of fresh and g'-nu- i, and :hc m.nel'S.t i..rCJt, !> ". j|I.-. -irtj-er.> thl

f : rnount due\ upon the same), to the Su:.ciiur Court for To ichorn it moy concfrn.-Tlis is to certify, tint: I gia. Thdereried was murdered in Leon County,, ine Drugs and Mi-dicin, fdso! paints m nils: gla=s and! ; Provi'ltd! a copy .t tl.i.s o.-'le b- i.I' -, tj ;_, ''"f' c e

, .1 t li.- Mi J vile Di 'ri..t-- n isih, in anti fir the county have w lUS'I'IIIIC\ i operation of Dr. Peters Jledicina. near the line bruvee.ii Georgia and FioridaalJIIt1, one dye stuff' patent mcdiciuperfnni' ry surg- otis h.utrun'.ents .- I f i IIltan,.a neu'T> I'j
i'; ,'I of: Leon in the Clerics :iir.c of said court:. Tallahassee StcwacUcc! t Jlcpzticcc in a number of ve-ry obstinatt mile! above R. Manningon the night ofthe'M'hins1. ; I HC. etc.! cojiiprisin'[ ; s/iiipj sar":ip.inL! :, tor thr I t-: III..n..I..C' > J\.tiv, f'.I.. .,, .w< 1 iiirst '..r'Jr
:
i The I .l)5
with th" atire"ad
murder
:
1 t: --ai.d havo also filed therewith :.id ori/iiul morts-: Dyspeptic and Liver-affections, cf )lon standing, like. persons chai'fd: ext. Delladona, ;\u cieuia, extract (illillltlf', }'lrLissitLt, I .\iouiy! : */f-J< -i-r. -

1 ; I age, and have I'rYCtfur\ the fnnlosure of the equity vri.se in seveial cases of the enlargements of the pleen ; I aie. a black: man belonging to Col. R. W. Wil'iams iron-sal, mart i!,cligi ittles, corrosive sublimate, turpt-th I ( A..pvMr.y: > ,' ., .

.f .l'I of redemption of sai.l 1fl1rtarS and all 1 pe-rsuns clitittiI i'lid its affects were truly astonishing. I have no he- tin med S.CRITTENDON, for-nedy! the :ropcr-': mineral, I"ingl.\s., iodine, glUukin", Henrys magnesia: I M 0.) (:J > } '.h1'I "t.r'k; 4 ti
of John _
4 This how\ is about _
Shepard Esq.
i lug I))', ihrough or ud'q tiicm, in anJ ti) slid 'norlsa Nation; ill declaring it the most valuable preparation I ty manna, uII.{| .morphiuni, musk, oil croton, English -"----------.
p 1 Jive fret i.ht ine-hca )high alive and well made and I rI
rul property, and tint .ipplic.itit-n: ; be duly made for those distressing ailments that has evrr come within blue nv>&, pulv. antimuniatcs, hellebrrr! squills, sago,
1 about 2f!0 I'3: nltl he j is and1.1: vilI'.ars. !
or ::1 daring -
; t..1 for sucli judgment of foreclosure and outer proceedings i my knowledge. JAMES EVELL1., D. Th" y.-nr.s ergot, forcrugruk .seed, cephalic mfr! i icitigLts i : other slave is a mulatto named JOE th
:; hid on said petition aciordin to iln. statutes in such Wilkes County, Gro. Jan. l34. piasters: Swaims panacea, ditto Vermifuge; quinine, (
' ) ,: case made and provkkJ. D.iu-d) February 2id: 1833. u"dcrsinrd can bear testimony' to thosupcii-n- prop 'uy of William Wyait, E>f. and tbrmcr'y bc- strychnine, morphiuni breast pipes nipple shields toIy
I ion ; -d to Lilt f-bury Jones, E>( of Ga-Kdcn! COIHy.JOE ,
j.
JAMES D. WKSTCOTT) Jr.23lf tfiu"iey of Dr. PPtu'sledil il1 Stoni.ichioc I Ilepatctc cupping instruments with :
: ct is much fr..cl led,-has bln eyes, and is obout 5 complete pumps, stonmcli
:. ," ] Attt.rKcyf<.>r Prtitir.ier.James in thn cure of Dyspepsia; and Liver Complaint! I fret 6 or 7 inches high, and \veli made, he may att'mpt pumps complete with metallic! pumps etc., electrical
-- 2 from personal imt'-ry, glass funnels, glass <'Lnl'pcd"iaI5lamp la5s I urV
I MIDDLE Ph'1'ltlCT : eXIricncc.'v t<) pailS a free man and mar d.angc his na. ic ; ,
r. G. JOHNSON. l he i IN niton -vcarso'd., ;ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS mLle and fem\le urinals, crown lancets, turnkeys, a I

:, :;J Superior Court-Jcjfirscn County. ( P's Mcdicinx Sto )1achc; Ilepatix arc put up REWARD. will be g vcn f-r each of the above hawk bills, surgeons needles, pessaries: trusses, gold I I Iso

. I I.,. 1'arisfi 1' } Iti Covcnt.: in parcels wi'h full directions for using. From onr d -scribe-d l.ivcif delivered o thlaT'.1aal ofihe : !leaf, carmine camel's hair pencilswatrcot'r! raim e

( I'. ; Martin P'mer, }I Sunimous ad rcsondcndum! for I, to three parcels will be necessary to complete a cure Midd.c District of Flori:!a, or to the SiaTififof! carminc S3uccr", .slt yrcng'tS, some of thc very "allIalle !- )i.ftf.1Sl

I .I II 11 ? ? J.5Bui't. g \-,... '".1 u.\01'\6.'s.: The j>rice is $5 a parcel. county: of Lf-on, or -cured in any jail in this Tern' prep.r.uiuH' of \1. thouaV.. C.\I rF. nr., [ADTC mIll! suhl! \\.hh. aIpalltIRe.! .
sac f J A great quantity of the above valuable PhiUdelpliia! (viz. t-\t. foi .t rcI
; I very preparation toryj"I ). sursnparilLi:' ptrifymgthc tail, in rml; irk county.111.: l C. IIeri
I i'I Att\ hnc.nL issued May 16th, lE31, fvr $ 1000 ?, will be kt-pt constantly on hand hE. \- .! Given under my hand at the Ci'y r-f Tallahassee ol'iod and invig'' ruUig! the -cj attm generally.Kxt. concerned in the Paten with; I"r J U kUl3.>y ,I 1 tl
. th 29th day March, : and above Ointment i is oSfcrud to the PIibCU; ;
3.L. Who is 3uthot' cJ to dispose (If them either; at W holeII of he Independence of the Urn'cd States the etc. com;.'d syr. linr HII t, an invaltuMe remedy f'r ale and ct-rtaia remedy for"h >>o obstinate Jill':' I

\ji Ja'lt' Perish, ) In Ca"e.xx. II sale or retail, on as reasonable terms as they can l he Fif vEitfht.car.. coughs, consumption, ct'. citratcd kult for making t'i' <. some of which have so long(battled: : the skill of me.a 4,
; > Si'niiii'.nsnd pondcnJum for obtained of the propiiel T.JQH. WM. P. DUVAL. neutral mixture,Ilanowgatc salts, the Celebrated mc- f science.
. I. : Om'ill E. JBarf. 2GO(( damans. I PRIESTLEY dicii.cs -
) PETERS. of t .lr. Thompson Kidder, Boston ; viz. Kelps! 1st \Vhite Swellingsof ;
: !; :\ttlchmentis5t\cd.\Ja |Ch, 1SJ1 joV $ 1000 damages. The followirir arc few the $205 Dollars. botanical be every description.
I ) among many persons that: drops, s:Lit.l.t" a most certain and effectual! 2d Sore L'-g-j and Ulcersof long standing.d .
; have been either eniirely cUl'ctlur rcallv benefited : nu fit* above) reward, the citizen of remedy fur every disorder arising from an impure Sthirru GUndular
' fNnddii >or Tumours ; !: I
within the last twelve months, by the usc'of Dr. Peter : ec nd! I vciniiy.fier T'VO HUNDRED) state of the bl.)oJ, and humours, IlelfsU. drops, asth- tho- harxleued tumours in women'breasts whtchui plrtcI J

:.) THE defendant in said cases, and nil others int Mcdici'iaj: Stuniachico.1 et Ilcpaticai within the: AND FIVE DOLLARS ; also, 5iich further sums ir.atic pills! for female comj>lamts' obstrttctious, hypo- lini> terminate in ulcerated &11ca

., vl, will take notice of the i ivsuin or the
; Attachments: as above" siatui, and i-aid dclV-nd.\nt uiko Mrs.t Abner IIirk, '\' lki1son. an opul'ltl11t; ; ) t' subscribe. dyspcp.sia and indig-stion, rheunuiticlin.uncnt.llunWrssyphiliticmcde.Diiiid'rey's ; ) Catarrhs, of e\ Ilc some' people If nsse '

l I : required to uppertr and\ plead to the dcd'u-atj' Mrs. Capt. James Willis, do. Tall-ihi'wv"! M.ir-h2h! IRhI. Tl-tfINSURANCE : ointment, pile remedy, Gth IJheumatic Pains cry of crilltlO:1.the joint ;,:

Jilfd in r-nid cises rr. pccti nl y, according to the statute Cot ,V m. F. Bond, do.Wayne. eye \\ater, Britisli: a t l-s"cptle elontriiice, all-ion corn f>th Strains and Uruises
I in surh) ciscTiado anti provided. W. Elands! Esq. Lruirens.: plrtsle-r, canibriviij tooth ache Pills.; With other articles atfcer! $sitcati every Jescriptioa erawr
palt
!! D.tted1a}' ISih, I8J3.41tf Bryan Allen, Esq. do.C' TECT-tO I t too numerous to mention," the above fur salt low 7th Tetters of all !kmd4. In this complaint the
I p.
j PrWESTCOTT. Att\y for PI'! ;.. . must keep pat
-
'I Cliiipnian: Esq. Jones.Ah'xamh / I ft.00 October 2Cth-I Itf ( 1
Druggist. out of water
i L \XI).-For sale: vulu.xble: Irlctof land CUll tamJ ',. Ir -. I.
1 Irvin .
J 1 I inz 5CO n::rcs, lyin; nuar Momictllo! JiTltr&or.county ('II. Gco.r Mathcus., I'sq 'V Gn-cn.ushiuO'ton.0 .__ ,., : \ ( DRUG STORE FOR SALE.if 8th Chilblains, or parts atu-9ted: by Ii 0": Hift

, I Florida, bdontrinj t'> Lawrence Hill of New- j :'A I : oS:. .. O'A 1 It is also one of the best remedies for Barns ail ftB'
1 York this of is i about .. THE suoscrib: wibhinj i ; to close his Scalds. It the and fire ill I '
1. tract Kind one half hammock: j t JUll. IIKMIV,-Wil'lj; i = businessill I eases pain draws the ont B't
his
I and the balance sell Drug Establishment: ; short time.
, of oak. and wti::! watered with a spring stand at my J laMc, I'
branch running through the s\ir.c : p: rsons wishniglu ; ; in Marianna and will l be let : t. consisting of Fresh and genuine DRUGS For Inflamed Women's Breasts, and Gland-Iir! ,

t. sec the land, will apply; ; to JJMHI-S L. Parish, L'sqr <. r- to Marcs at Twenty Dollars k.4 & MEDICINES, Patent Medicines, Surgcon'5 I Swellings, it is superior to any Iret.icir.e yet known I

\Monticcllo who will how the .-:;:nc. and for term, Ii the st' sun, which has) I I Instruments &c. ice. with the fix I the medical faculty It U i much safer than mercnn! j

I- which will be liberal', apply t.' me in I'allahassc-e : 1 .' --.- t ujw) ccmmenced, and will ; Ji I tures well anti furniture extremely low. The assortment j of any prepartion of that material because info 4

'will also sell the remaining lots, in the west addition continue until the 1st day of August'; payable! the l 1st rp is dl'l'i.I.tlnd and will be sold either together or inparrels. not lay the patient liable to injury from expose J ;

to Monticello, and 11\'(' a hare.&in if applil,1 l for soon: cJanf January next. I Druggists Physicians will fimi it to their cold. i

: No\33J: l 1tfl|_ Tl-ltlUT !FT:, H: UCTTON) : John Henry is f\1115 feet 2J inches hi;:h, a beautiful! interest to call and examine the articles and p- ices. This Ointment has cur'tI so..c of many years stak :
: red E C. LKIJYARLf.iMarianna ing. Where it is impossible or imprudeLt t to heal tt j jexternal B'x
sorrel
&c. in his form and action be
-
: I (ojlI: i. ) ; W-I- may seen a W. F. 2 A nil, 1831: [35-3w
WTAPAL ] sore in of the bone becomi:?
\C1I1COLA EL HtlDA a perfect model of a race horse : his colts from! the co.ae'queiic

TJie subset ib'M-s( haviug; absoi-i.itnl( : thinufl'xfStostlher most common Mares would do credit to any horse in against loss or damage by FIRE can DOCTOR J. EDWIN STEWART cart us or rotten, it will stop the progress of the caries!
America. He is S old this tc Sired the most favorable increase the quantity ol the discharg'% remove the olfotj !- ;
under the s-iie! and finn of I'UKD & hAil DIN, years spring, was terms, on uppli- offers his I
the Celebrated old .\1 actionto the '.;ubsrriber RESPECTFULLY professional services ivK Fiuell, and easo the pain.
purpose .\':tf'lin A General W.J1ElOLSJ. nad by ucklc Jnhn, his d un by G alla- agent(1 the ProtectionInsuranco } Tallahassee:
and l !
COATtf/tf.SVaV.\ llrss at .IpJadiic'la./ Having tin : for a further knowledjro of his pedigree, reference Ct.1'lpanr, hartford! Connecticut. In every ap- a practitioner of medicine.? His is its vicinity as It cures the worst Felons orh1tlo\ on aa3ll ;
office on Jcffeison cation of 4c hours.Rheumatisms .
be had Col. It. II. his tuir Cash :>
to value ofthe
I made suitable arAivremsnts with SC'c.al'c:5sds for may Long, present owner. phrati.-ntlic property must be st. next door to M Perkins'
r.
I i the tired tran p" rlatitin of C'witoii, A.C. <-ither to N e\V I have: no hesitation: in saying that, that this Ilortfpo. suited), satisfactory: evidence, furnished of the correctness Tallahassee, Nov. 23d 1833-drug store. I wliicli: have stood so long as to becoora J

I York or New Orleans ; nut hiivin: fttcililiis at nil .-> ( -, hath.p *cd and bottom. In all the public race, of the representation and the P-oo(1) iiinrd! I5tf I a systematic dIsorder. requires medicine to betaken*

times within tluir power to make reasonable advances he ran, his order and management are so well known, r haracter the nl' ,licant. The solvency of the Office wardly to remove them entirely. But! in most comm '

p upon prodrce consigued to their care and management that: I deem it unnecessary to mention the peiticulirs audits fairness and punctuality may confidently! re- tltttLiIJWIa ,r" cases by applying this Ointment externally as directed

they would respe't1\tIy! tender their -rvices nnd so; I hi; race, however with Thaddeus and Ajax, was cry h ied on. E. B. PERKI S. it will give relief And even in old people, whe 'tC

I licit a liberal patronare! in the .\lJ.line of business, rcspcctaWe distancing the field the second heat in 3m Tallahassee. -to.22. 183 J. 27tf pains have been. of longer standing, it will easels

I pled!r.* their personal anti\ indiriJ.tal attention to all 5 8s., without his plates ; up to this race J. II. had never ;; ITb w AiO'TlJ pain.To
'I business consigned to them, cither for iialc: or other- been shod or plated. After which race he was matched iiI .ti-Warrantcd IC .MIXTURE: ; sea captains and masters of vessels this omtme*
Thaddeus Two a perfect and lasting must be valuable in winter coast it bU5
,vIe. against mile heats, for $500, to be run for very on our -
the
'l'IIPrTMC; Houses and Close Stores are undergoing over the Quincy course in April following, and received 1' wholesale cure Fever and Ague. For sale ABRAWTE very certain in its effects on Chilblains or partsaitectwwith
and
a thorough rcpair, will be large and commodious, one )half forfeit ; on that day he could have run a & WESTCOTT retail, by FLETCHER frost likewise preserves its qualities io all w-

situated in a desirable part of the town, and as cx- respectable race against any horse any distance.In cola Florida Druggist, .Ippalachi- mains .
otha
a private trial before the of his he A large mass of testimony proving the value
empt from the dangers of fire as any oilier house, of a day race, runa I "M
punilar! character on the Point. dash of 1 mile with a 110 pounds ((111 a heavy pairof hereby appoint Mess. Fletcher and : most excellent medicine will be shewn to tbosf 1
Wcstcott ,
WM P. FORD, (late of Ausustn, Ga.) exercising shoes])} in 1 m. 53s. ; in a few days after ind'sTonic.Mixture"my agents for the sale of" Row- : wish further information on applicalioa to Dr6 JV

EDW D. J. ARDIN, (Apalachicola. his icturn from GluHcy he run a dash of 4 miles with in the Territory tons orto any lit his authorized agents. ,

REFERl .''.:.-Stnrart 4Fontaine Smith) 110 pounds (a hot day, about the first of May. (two :__ l-tC Florida, Eastern part of Alabama, & D i' The above medicine sold I>y ipecial appointment ,
$ times in the stand in 7m 58s the Wesn-m( Tt of Georgia ; who are iblc to furnishthe : the patentee and warranted genuine.
), one other 8m 2s. FULL of -
Landreths'
J. S. Cul.'ioun supply
XfjrgAn, .11. IP. Perry <$- ('o. T. <$ .\7. In said medicines to all who A superior garden, .;. B. PERKINS. DRCCCIST. ,
the
he had apply to them
gratis Co. lyiullick summer following violcmatlacl\; of the may on herb and flower seeds just received and
tf Cretnicood Columbus. warrened
4Co. SoUa
as favouiablc terms as they can obtain Tallahassee. February 21th 2i L
blind from 1831.
which caused him loose the
Begirt fy Kneeland( Jas. Hamilton 4- Son, John R. staggers, to one of his ictor himself." pro fresh ; by E. B. PERKINS. .
I Pitki -New-York. eyes. In the fall he was again trained and let down pi Signed, October 29th. j tf. To those aiHictetl witii (oru .
"JNO. R. ROW i
i in AND.
a sweat.
QrJo
E. W. Gregory Bogart $ Hawthorn.-N. OrleanS. Those who "Pluladelphia 24tl'i 1 1833." 'Will E celebrated Albion Corn I'laate. aflbrd:ins "[ .
desirous 21tf 1
arc to raise fine horses
would
St Ju\n _
4 Leacens T. IP. Me draJ'l
Mobile.
JoII
Coy.- RO JL disuteSaUd
do well to patronize him. \MES J. PL'I'TMN. WAND'S relief and at the same time
7 DOCTOR
Aug 1833. JOHN
McLEIIOJIE.II
I _, _fir Marinnna, March 1st 1334. 2lHfThe the Corn out by the roots. without tlif !fa FLORIDA L ESl'Etri'FL'LLY inform his friends that he'has TONIC MIXTIJItE. CERTIFICATE."To those afflicted with CI\j1ls04
t1J\ D FOR
: SALE.T STORAGE STORAGE! STORAGE again resumed the ditties of his professino.. FULL supply of this valuable medicine is their feet. I do certify that I have' u..ed the Albioatw

1E undersigiK-d having purchased of General) IN addition to his old \vare-l onse the ISV v 23d i tf"WOriCE. I A received. I shall hereafter have it constantly just on Plaster, with complet*?success. iJelore 1 had used CI

LaFayette, the township of land in Florida.grnn-: .-TJie ortice of fee "tJommissioncr of hand. box it completely! cured a Curn which had 10UblCJmafor : ttS
ted to him by the Congress of the United States, oflci r has recently erected u spacious build I1! the of IT I make this fur the benew
city Tallahassee is IS WARRANTED public
TO
the same for sale. ng 60 by 28 feet, forreceivine; cotton and goods. at present kept in BE A SAFE AND EFFECTUAL many years.
the Treasurer's and Auditor's office in the Capitol. REMEDY FOR FEVER AND AGUE, IF those afflicted with that painfulcomplaint.:
This )land is situated TIMOTIIVM'CARTY. TAKEN AGREEABLE \V.
I in
the
immediate )1SUA
neighbour .
29tq! WILLIS ALLSTON Commissioner. TO TilE DIRECTIONS. Reports havin been circulated \\ .
St. Marks DrcermVr27th!
hood of TrtHah.issee! I9tf
and is be'ieved, lor fertility! of that this "
mixture contains arsenic Flushing L. I. Feb. 28.
1 directed
soil, And lo"al) advantages, to be m valuable than QJ mUl JlQ mm mJanr.< am by
BROWN'S HOTEL. i the Pi oprietor to say that these reports arc utterly false PR1C.:.50 cents a box. 1' .
other kind in the
fliy territory. (COUNSELLOR AND ATTORNEY AT LAW,) -and) I am also authorised to oilier Reward 10- DR. HLLr'iOHATIC: : PILLS FOB
The Southwestern the U esl side of the a of I i
part of the township adjoins the ON Capitol Square, netwctn in the Court of 000 DMars AIALIIS.- Thev the Dlood. itsclrtlll'tioll
and Peiiiacola WILL practice Appeals ;-The to any erne who will prove the existence |.uiil) qLicke-a
of : Augustine Streets Tallahassee
from and
tar Tallahassee which point to the shipping Courts of Leon, Gadsden, and Jackson of the least particle of Arsenic, Mercury assist the suspended operations f nature. iI

port rf St. Marks, a distance of about twenty miles, Florida.has removed This establishment is (to uhich the subscriber in the Territory of Florida ; and in the Superior or any other poisinous ingredient in it. Antimony, a general: remedy for the pre\ailing ('ompla.nt' .alD:?. | I

1.roul road is i hi contemplation to be made,.in a short public entertainment.) nowopen for the purpose ol Courts of Thomas ic Decatur counties, of the Southern In order to prevent imposition from counterfeits no the female part society -The Pilk are particn oft &

time.The judicial circuit of the Stateof Georgia. Residence persons except authorised will efficacious n the Green Sickness. Palpitation
agents be furnished fo
i the St. Sept. 7ih 1831: 4tf) THOMAS llROVN.IDmY by $ :
I
navigation 01 Maiksnvci: has been
recently Tallahassee. November 1833. 15tf the Proprietor with the mixture to sell again. I am Hearf. Giddiness. Short Breath. Sinking ottf.JL
improved, to a point within six miles of the ( i'rLARGE mU1IDl1Jai1WA. sole agent for Middle Florida, and am assuied M. its, Dercjion and Disinclination to Exercise and a '
by Iei
Southeastern part of the township which will afford and JOHN J. ADAMS Rowand that (evcept a small lot s'.Id to Mr. Eccles) tv, Aiarried ladies will find the Pills! equally use w Iet

jjavieation for a cheap and certain transportation of: complete assort- (ATFORNEY iT LAW,) not a sin li bottle has been or will be sent, or sold by cept in case of pregnancy, when they must DOh :

produce.This mentof Fresh Drugs and Medicines,just received removed from Quincy to Appalachicola Bay. him, to any person in Middle Florida to ken ; neither must they be taken by persons It
except me :
land will be sold in parcels to suit those wishing from New York and Baltimore sale, wholesale HAS will regularly attend the Courts held at the If Arsenic has been discovered in mixture called or consumtive habits. Price J>1 50 a box .t t

to 'urcliasi, on a credit from five to eight years and retail. Cc r::," MirchantsandPractitioncrssup' Bay at Q.uincy and Marianna ; and the annual term Bowandjs, it mutt have been in some of any the spurious imi- ALSO -The celebrated Cambrian Tooth *!Ie J

fit reasonable prices-those" wishing to purchase will i plied onthe J11' L.' irErodating'erTis. of the Court of Appeals at Tallahassee. Letters addressed tations. All persons therefore who wish the genuine Pills, which give immediate rel.'ef: withoutth! rJ 11p
application to either of the undersigned E V. EIXAS tha On trial this will be found ou*
make to him, post paid will bo attended to. Mi.rtUTt-should be cautious of whom they injury to Teeth.
WILLIAM B. NUTTALL Mw29 4 r ..- remedies
r February 7th, 18.M.: [26tf! ] it: My label will be cn every bottle sold: by me: complaint.
HECTOR \V. BRADEN cents a box, .
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. E: B: PERKINS Sole
Florida.
Agent for Middle
WILLIAM P. CRAIG. persons hiving demands against the late A CARD.HAMLIN Nov 23d 15tf.l't.8DICINE. None is genuine unless signed on the (U.SidV:
November 23d 833. ISle ALL ted the sol 1'
Tallahassee, BROOKS of Jefferson V. SNELLITTOR.N'Ei wrapper by proprieton
County deceased
SURGERY &c. Doctor W. W immediate successor to tha late Dr W. T. I
coc
ICT The Savannah Georgian, Charleston Mc.rury r, are hereby icquired to present them without delay to ./ JIT LAW, TALLAHASSEE, FLt --r Na. J! 0
respectfully announces himself to For sale at his Counting Room, over
Augusta Constitutionlut, SotUhcrn Recorder, MilIe4eI the subscriber, and all persons indebted to laid estate, Will attend to business confided to him with indus- the citizens of Tallahassee and its Concert Halt Boston and also by1iP'cml
vicinity,as a prac- stmPetUear J
vilte Georgia; Richmond Enquirer( ,and Star arc also required to sattle the same. try an punctuality. Dec.21st 19tf titioner in all brancher of the ( )
medical profess on. appointment, by C
tl. C. ; will puolibh the above for eight weeks and forvud HARRIS BURN.EY, Administrator. Referen-BEN CHAIRES. (Old JAS P. WEST He has taken the office formerly occupied by Doctor E' B. PE,83 3i.

their accounts to thi ottcc. June 7tb, 1834, [43tfj COTT Jr 'luire,.' Aiolten '
and J IhtJ'
Cra
more recentiy by Dr 20tf. Tlltiee, March 17. 183J, 3Qtf




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