The Floridian

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The Floridian
Uniform Title:
Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee [Fla.]
Wm. Wilson
Creation Date:
August 1, 1832
Publication Date:
Weekly[Nov. 11, 1837-1848]
Weekly[ FORMER 1831-Oct. 15, 1837]
Semiweekly[ FORMER Oct. 18-Nov. 4, 1837]
Physical Description:
v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
30.451667 x -84.268533


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).
Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.:
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).

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('III. JO;= :I'II\:\' \\1I1'J'\; cacdida e to rcprescnrJ' THE DEATH IlER.

,; nih in thti, : 4).1; Toujjiess. 1 1.J.1" anu *ukl Woj-ale and l Re- / .
-- -1- tail, ; [A your Pole afier receiving several! desperate T&E
in Frccieiirk U.
] ;'ti""c iiv authorised) to announcer CVII, ounty. .Md. (by C lien-tun. ( uads refused STATES
oS ; uined in IIle Palen with i IT Judkiiig.{ t\ to le.ivc his ranks, and stniirgicd on. at''the

1 H! J'V.\I' <., !:"q". .;s n Candidate 1 to representj .ll.e ibov} Ointment isor.'red! to the public.s a .. lie fell!, and his comrades, taking his ncurt, placed: it passed first session of the ,
/ : lA''aK1a11Veonnec1.: } oal e .
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oj r "1,1tyi1 '- M 'X' : .J ceiiain IClI1cd)' lift those obstinate twenty-second Congress.
discuses, on a and used it as standard in 1
sJiii nt t \\ lich have spear a a successful 1
"" | bullied !
; Ulig the skill of medical ... .
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I: i NI' s'ttl' r211i; .I'I'H'T'fl CIT .r lecc.1st charge against the Russian :;
quatll'on.JAnt. ]
V."':;\ if: ), K '|. a f'9n'cl"r'!: to represcn! Leon County \\ lute avvclhngsof [Pucuc No. 43.; J. I
every description.:: thou
in_ "'!11' ;n'x* Lc:,"iV faliwc <(< rrturd.: 'id aoie:: Lcgsand; Licersuf long Manding.acnuiuMjr :. : art falJtn, thou, AN ACT making appropriations in. conformi .. t, l

d \\Vr.nn-amJn'i-J/\ ty ;aiituiuncr A I-'XA tlwe o4) i.landulai Tumuuis. paiticularlv I Thy country's jnllaiH; one? ty with th:: stipulations of certain treaties \ '- I

}l' "! \u'vi! .\:. !'M% n condidnie ion ]in-scn' ? :tj .:- hardened terminate tumours III women's breasts which oftenUines The jatrioL's arm is ncrvclcb: now,' n- th the ('reeksShawnees) Ottoways. Sen- .'. I

D iiv. I H.-v.niiiKii l : ('''l:1I'' : rr.. in the III M Ltui 1la 1t iv('' 4ln, \\lIlt'CHlte in ulcerated cancels. I The patriot's goal is WOI1. eras, lV} andotst'herokces( and (.hotaws.: ,.
Know the
by name:
C. of Catarihs, ol c\ cry nV ciijdion. I Thy comrades cannot lose thcc tluis, HR it cnactcil bylhe Senate.and Ilon ,c of __'
'\ "f .' ,1. ',........,., ttl IUIlIIIHI""'. "-1,10' !') full UMuuinulic I'ainxjl the JOIIls. Again; lor i ulaau-charge'with usl! Repre.-entafivea 0'1'the United Staia of A- : '
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; ,6\r:1 "' '.':'' I9:! 1ndill'I'. ti, : ;Siai..s:)| &r1JIS.'.. IIf uveiy description or in a merica in r t err ?.a ti-semMed j .
.;,:.&....,:__ _... .\..::." IJ r. pv I gl+ That the fol : .
whatever t ,
itiiatu.7th '
r.xnt'adsd: ; ':-n Couu.y in the next Ltj; :-'!aire Counn'l. pail Another r.harc-hm; one- lowing; sum beami* fh" ,ane: trc hereby( ; '
1'cllersul kinds. ,
11 ii.I an In thiscoinpiaint. the pa- Tor all llltu iu\"ost HI life:- :!Ie\'erallyappropriated !h .
,,- -a WI'J V'V _._ _,,,,,,,, ", "'zLt tieul, in aj,itl> lug the 'Jjutiueul. u ust keep flirt.Fart Come t ( -rveral n'i'CfS'! .. .
t. whercthc'tar brcathcsdarkcstdun hereinafter :
out of iv.i'ei"Ctli ;spert 't lily emiif-eritrd, nc Mirdm"- 't

NE"-(x t OOJlS. Chilolums, or )parts alerted h) fiost. And lights; us to the strile; to. the stipulation- ef-rtain: Iiidian "r"11'S; .
It is also one ol" the \Vl.o shrinks from baulc's _
Ue-l remedies for Hums and .Murlm.; tide, to b- out! O! L :
( ar'
U l 1U1 GJ:1L: !.tl Scalds It mori'-y 1'! th; Tivi-ttry !
t : cases the .
and draus the lire
pain OlJU a Ihy cart our banner Uod
;guide not otherwise .
; : \'_nc'I -. 'Ih,'i: { short tutif. "!pjn l1 uaiSM-ly

11,1: :'\','" _I ', ,,(';>iis a : e'lwr: .'t! ;it.-'. '.rtnlLllt 111t r for inlliitned \\ 01ll1'n'8 Ltc.'m.t1IH.I, l. Hlnl.t.WI O rally! all'iliiitrulcind '", For the t{ tit!.rlt if debts due by the fV'ksnnd ;$., ;
: : liKOfT.!; !IE! : JWYTNMUS&SPKm ) rallY
t oYMn.\N >
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\\ciliuts, it is th! j
superior to any! trcdicme! ) et l.nunn to ir relief. :ic-ioiding! to thp ninth ;i'-e! ,
calls her :!!.I i
( :( il-+ ; IL\UU\YAHE) f-t U1' the Medical ''acuity It is mucli safci uelcurlaiul'ftny ) !
JU'\Dr? : IAnE'U.1'111l) :' &, 1'Alti'I'S::, piepartioi. 01 that man 6 wear ID avenge;; a brother's lallwcnrby of 1i)(' treat} on''lulled with the { ""n-pV: Indians ': :11r
IlI ticl;,11.) 1.1 Cill>H: ituoe.- 1 .:
: : III., KI"; I not lay the paiienl liable lo nijtr uom t-Apo.-e to this heart aioiie; : twenty fouith 1 \1 arch, one ilinusi-d: : -i iht 1'

TUCKC!; ::: '<<<.}TCH BAGGING I !, I I cold. tisrearere v.e burst on yonder hi rile, hundred and thirty-two, one hundred th} "" .and r"" t. !,

ANDIUl.KROPK 1'hiOintlrcntliascured sores 0'' stand- The dollars. L
cars ,
ninny )0 wurwr'i.hhl lifu-i !
Jc. : :)vvord.
1 ,' -"flat.'tt'ith; luauvotlvt lie., ''-'">ry arti'-lr-; vhirhrhrv Ing. \\ ie.e n is n.Ihu-sihle: or inii] > iiiUni: to heat thee For <} t : t .
} mV--r tin mixlerr trnif! : 1 to th'-ir!! rusto'nors :Till ieui-ii .:uie, in : ol ills bone I compensation to the Delegation to the !
cuii.M.-tj-JCi.ct Up Will it 'tis 1.
..1.,+! '"ahJI'' !:; tbnirstores: at Si.: Mavls) ty-1'atlallirr! ... tia ui lot:CII, JL win slop\ thc'IJ'UTCSIi oi titecaiiun necoiningcan a ftm'That city of "Uafhingion, the payment of the "xpenses j t 1t.i\

Al'i; :J.iih!, tt-tl: ';'1 ifJA : Mcraceuc iuaiililjr oi tile di*-naijc; remo\e the ofloti'iif = li-hicn's the o'er the field. and of claims against them, ac<-- nMnj- ,. l I' 1

--- Mneli, ana ca-c the pall Dimming fiery eye of \ar; to tllCt"lIlhartidc I of the t
ui1'.t39t'itE'' i- OJui'i9. it cures the uor:,tl' clung or \V billow, on au application 'f hcy reci, they faint, they yield. thousand dollar same treaty, ixt en .1 f. ,...

--- Ol 'JP ilOUIriitheuniaii Thy blood banner holds I
its I
} path, .
A 'J J ''\'f: tIt 'f >odc rrrc-ivnl in this have 'For the payment of certain claims for :, :.
p'ca: v.inr'y r< ;nis UJ.ICD/ Flood so lung; a- to become Like hca\ CII'S lightning in us wraih.! ferries \
i I IM-, tl'Vw >n, nnd which:.: nro fferc.d* low fort a systematic; dt.uldert .. iequires medicine to betaKen 4)l- brfuges, and c.ause.vayp, for judgments }
.. .. '.. !: '.. '. : : : situ- ) emo\e them cuul GV. Hut in mo.-i common Yonder it against chiefs for
sec gleaming, losses for
.. ..- .-, "v 1.3 :.:ls-lMiiir-srf'-t.: H cJ' :> : :;j. % .:,.J e\I.iIl1Q''1,' ., i net elf vLirliihey ..... ill m<.'Ipll. !;- it will. give iciiet And evi-n in old people, wbospaui The! standard: (;f the free; al1mlltic,, for the expenses of Crr-elcs who ; I' : :.. f

: hate been ol! longer stauuiad, a will case the In Its own jil(;:-JIf/ocJ! streaming, have emigrated without expense: to th(' .Unikd I :

: 'i,'ICi. li1.f'r:1l'I] ) TinLlird 1, Proad C'otlis, pa'r. Brave heart, '\e foUow{/ thcc. States, at fifteen dollar {for earli, and for compensation J i} :

.' ': \.tn t 1". '1 o sea and masters of vcs-cls: this ointment In cannon's thunder, focrnan's shot, ; to those wh suffered in f .. ;

j'"I'U1 fu.bidt.\'e tff ElI'1t1ul) nb'kI1o. must be: \1.1) \iiluabe! in \vmter on 0111 rua.-t H brinvcr ,'; III bluod: raid of consequence .'.. '.' .1( 1 I.
'!"/. tint' i m,c, du, tin do. ; certain in its ejects on Chiiblain! oi jiartsatlccled weaver not. being prevented from emiratifHT:: ; >

/l., ( :ill ur u 1)1"\11, d h. \\ itt!, Irua it likewise prc er\cs Its qualities in all climates On!-o'er their servile ranks as severally provided for and stipulated in tho .- .r l.f i I i ,

IJciile: j I Grr<.n, (t Al. eleventh article of the same treaty, twen'yfivothousand i
fi\<'Vy 4.1 1'W (1.! .. .\ large i1H: -s of te'tirn.nro| \ ing the value of this The patriot's: charge: has gor.c; and eighty dollars. ,: '. ;, \ w

L" \ cj-ili;!c.d in**, and! 1 Porn oolc.r <1 CnsMirT?, iiiyt OAcellent intdiciuenl b.. shewn lo those' ) Line mountain torrent bursts its:>> banks: : ': f ,
\ 'U'iei: of ,ilk, VI. .tn'-p, (utnr pattci-iis.) \ ; lu:H.I'! inioinrutuin; on application: *o LTr* Jieia- The banner leads them on; For the cost elf rifles, ammunition, and : ,
J:!i. ViHH&xivljicfi-! } 1' tons, to 1'I! Ins blankets, to the thirteenth article of .
'lUthori/.cti according '
: V'!;::iJcand: <:an *y cravU.s, I "Ule :..IJOe mediciiie sold( by special appointment 1 ; of The crest battle's ferH'C.. the same treaty thirteen hundred and twenty ; I i'f
.1 1 J '"'1."Jd(JIM: fiN'aiounbla J Ih:(n t-llir', the patentee grin xvairantcc pcmnnc.L dollars. \\4' : i

("'. .'tn BI::IUlI1", ', ,. B J'LiUlnrnGGl: T. -:xxxxI:- ; +
(;t Ht.mcns'i1k&: l"rillfImlf hose' 'flhla!i Jce.:: chiuaiy .Mlli l&IJ: iiTtf. Our fax readers will Par the exnensos of tnkinohc census and ;1
no doubt be\s.l1 with! the
<:.. Colton :+nil Aiigf'la: 1o making: the selection reservations according I

:wJl: !, ul.l l".iik YdvetFtiM-ks, hlcf'l"h c.n<:;. J..i To tiie Lauies i LCIUliful.incs: of Thomas Moore, v.hich we ..cxtm.ctfrom to t the second article of the same treaty, three #, J
I' '''j' tn'.lit'i: H it .till) n'vr' \\b\ \ ofiVr! iJ'J.I* nd'ul; r.N'f-: the Metropolitan for last month. thousand five i
\\ They were hundred dollars.
mm! aim !
an ornament a
:" "1,111 lirmJy! i'nt'; Ch.'hl1irmam&il.t!! ; "u the hi-! r ,
!>'ij :. iW\v<. <:; .Hmteilh.crwlddllJy"\\\I'-} bicsr-ii.p.i, '1'no l best sc-cunh'( 'for tl: (air advautago! is to bj uLvi"uslywrittcn, curraiic caianio, ill his 1Il0:,t natural For the service of a person to be selected _. ':., r i t

; :nii,Iii l+,' r"1 ..---(' ilJM")>t;+l.: (lj. : ifr J''IH! (':' I Y'liraiem : 1; (tilUlJllrll the INI; ol theBiLJ'J'TJ1.I..A1iJSEP.1C asul |jurc-it ve-m.: -.\". }', Commercial.Fiutn to: certify the contacts for the sain of lands according J'

/.. ',C. n, CiU".: .': 1. mI (iii. 1'1t .:.; ( 'f :tlS411)r Frill::,'" DIWnFlllCE.: to the third article of the '. j .
.: 1'\1: !' :.. .. jviliiViv! t \ 1 Mh, ri.-iuiin> Mil. Iitto: 'i..f> decant ooth I'ovxwr with a xry little use the .1II' ropoihnt! for Jinifi thousand dollars. same treaty, i 'i

\ / t.- .'11lJ '. ';U'fi il!!Jt->, :'!H! <-f v ui.-h l. I ry: : v, ill cell! cirdjati; > tlw scmxy i ill th+' lIIIall: : prevents the acv TCC.IP.OL1\'ISCOl1N'fJSS\'ALLITOP.T) one :. : "1

loll f j "''c\k u. n. b- J. 1,. nrLL; rr..niiiaiiin! of 7'a:-:rr, which not only blackens{ but AVrillcn at Lacock For the expense of removing: and keeping :
Abbey, January: 1832.
211'trri't'r .:'1 1 fJ.: J 111' hi.isens the foth. niul acceleiatcs! their decay. 'The :. intruders from the Crer'k hinds, accordion .; tl
Dcnluhce thu reu,'ixeo the of nlleuiv When I would! sine: thy beauty's light: "f ,-
I prevailing; cau-es .1 to the fifth article of the same treaty, two 1 \ \'of'

WATTSBs: the.i t'gurus brcati.; .; ant)pnn'ixcs! renders the the be.leelh:;!ttillc! beautifully s and I iloridncss white. of Such various {forms, and all J-o bright) thousand dollars. : '. ::: t j :

".2'Jj'J) 3',!.rJ5 I '.::! )l t @:1alla l'nc 5u cenl"!i. I've seen thee, frnin thy childhood, wear, For one year:,' allowance for the purpose ;' : 't.

'.r .... .' ,. ,. i ii.; c', \' 1;. EJ None are per.uSne I : nnles! ,. si rRc-d on the outside know" not which to call most) fair, of education, according to the thirteenth arti :,.-- --..... 1
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--- -- printed wrapper, by'llw oI' proprietor. '1'. KIDUKR, Nor 'n1fJJl tIle 'Olll1tIcSS charms that cle of the same treaty three thousand dollars. l .' } Jt;
f Ed .i Q-: : )2t QrIIfj1")1 rnnirdialohucre-t.rrlo the lute Dr. \\'. T. ( 'ON: WAV.Fortalo .-- iprllgFvr."cr For '
carrying into effect the '
with tho .
at his Counting; ; Corm: over JVio ')'). COUlt round dice, which to bing. treaty ; \ ;
c.'ixii.Y7T Street, near Cor.rert: li.'ill UMIOII, and al.->, II)' hU. special Shawnee Indians, of Ohio, according to thetreaty :. !t \i ,, ';j;

1 ajipoiiitiiicnt, by j II. U. 1'LKKINS.:; (rn 2)a ) When I would p:1illllhcc, as thou art, concluded with them eighth August, il
\ J t: "n''ijjlxr, ni Ili ns'trc) corner of .T; ;,r- Then i
all thou thousj
o'er hundred
conies hCI1't- one and
llrc'ggl8f. my eight thirty-one, the : : i' .I f.
.ll .1 !Ij !"n- ,tl'l'f" : ,. nlel'ti!;: i4)! :$,\1. I'JY i ,,:' Tallahassee: r'lrl.! al21th 1-S31. t'
:.. I ."I 1,;' ;' .I L, n 1 ,,1t; !.::'II,!1 :I' '11H1el..r the t:,!!"i-.: 11-1 J7li 1' Tho srnrcful child! in beauty's dawn, following: sums, namely : ', ,
.___ -":':'_ ,__-:-:. ..-- __ '_-" For
t : ihr r. .: ) n : : :: Within the nursery's shade wilhdrau, enabling them to erect houses!: and open Ii f

'DIlY( ( E OOiDSr Dignity of ihe (Dcnch.-A somewhat novel} Or peeping out-like! a yonnjr moon, farms at their intended residence, according .. ; :: .f

c ; mode of preserving; the dignity of the Benchwas to the fifth article of the said treaty thin t t i: :

i .. ,;,1 h, t.r..n. i., 1 : .:\1. L!.;.... i'I: : I ..delia. exhibited in this rily on :-atllr; ;i1Y" Upon a tvnrJI1'iwill brighten soon. teen thousand!' dollars. .: \ '. ";. :

.:-' !H I, 1 '.I.-, (. u-111. i, i i.i.!.. l-i \I\i. |;:; ii: ,'.".' i-, I I One of our judicial dignitaries Then next, in irllncd's hII: .}linghour, For the for articles '
having aotnediflT I payment: sundry as f
'. ''d. (1 l ,' .ii'S 111.trl"Y, ill.1' l'.Jiiiii.' :i-;i'u, % .. I,'. ::t, 1 : As from thy own lov d Abi'cy-inwcr :
<.*ncc \'ith of thrmcu-bcr, enumerated in
ono the
ol the bar ninth twelfth and
1 :! ,
'lcll T"rlalll ,
i. : Iult: !, 1-Vrnitw, C-ilirc, :r.jcri'V; I : \ i .i :
1'l drdeird the ollending: be I've seen Ihcc look, all radiant!; down, fourteenth attirlos of the .
: -K !La!&1iTt;:, 15;< .int and thrall LI MS, :'l hLuii r.s, attorney to committed game treaty two i 1 3 :
N !1..1.,1! '-:.'It'm.(liinii.i I ; Plain and Ji.ured! .1.-()- for contempt of court. The clerk h. sitating With smiles that to the hoary frown thousand four hundred and four dollars. i !;

j'" .r.-. .:\'.:j-!. tjnl IJ.-oJv \'. !t.-'ln.-: : iiaAvljv, <'r'rrd! rijKSi j about issuing the oaier, the judge u as compelled Of centuries round thee lent a ray, For expenses of soiling the property of In- ." 1 i//
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: C, hJnd.c..h c.f.;, ('aiiu C:", (:UI'dal?, ;' ,.U'1 '- ..
i'rov.ji lldil.uid I 1 French Un.un: Linen, I;Fum 5i to write the order himself. After it was Chacing (\"'Age's gloom away;; hans, according to the sixth article of the s'lid I >; 3 r .

.; 1',,,1' i1Nit': i ..\'; CJ.h"! ( 'a.s.lIlrrs I UJ] Ca : ,.:ts.! written, a :still: greater obstacle was presented Or, in the vvorM's resplendent throng, treaty, three hundred dollars. .. : : i '
.' r I 1 .1 f FlII1I1'I; I, :\<' .r )(. 'I. !!s. So-tchand! ] !_us.r.1 or it seems the officer, (perhap-, from some As I have maik'd I I I thee glide along, For carrying into effect the troaty with tho ,':;-1.. .:? ":: : \ ; 1
: .. .
: ::11 in- \ scruples is t to the propriety and legality of the Olt< ways, of Ohio, concluded I the I thirtieth A u- "',, ) ....,. c' .':!{.., ""'.t.,- ; 'I'. .
the of fair and "
/i Among
: great: ,
1. RDWARE.Ai proceeding) uas rather backward about exercising A fpiril, and gust, one thousand eight hundred and fhifty- it' i. .lit ,!hf'I.I.' !

.{ ,. : ; such nn extra judicial process: the bystanders pure scperate one, the wing sums, namely! : r; "- J. l{ .Nl" ..',? >-:.:. ::c ; ,
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1 C :;'I1 :; IIll'11I I I I.ilt... 'tn', roll To which Admiral Ion's -f. ..;r! .. I
tis; \. Lr. t :1t\1', ivtj l F. 1h:5, 1.1\ L hniH'h, :--'ioan s of whom there were many followed even eye For the payment of certain; ar S .?;.'C-'W> ,: : ";'-.:\..r; a:. ... !t '

:'. .... n.1,, ,!r., Lq'hI'n".: : : Chi, : h'l (.c., tttthb. ; c by the example of the officers of the court. Was fearful to approach too nigh;- ulated sotto the tenth r1icJ'i. ;""'.. ":. ;:': ..,, .:, -. f 'I

'-nf" .'.,te a---;> ti'i: u nf, cnrj."-n'('rs PLAINLY.l .. \\ hereupon the jtdgc: was reduced: to the A cn-ature, circled by a spell twelve hundred and fifiK fot 9 .' if I'li2);: '''of'''. I'I.. .. ,:

OOl'SHOES necessity of executing the order of inippoiimenl Within! which nothing wrong could dwell, i For expenses ttendp'i! p. ..'t'.. : .. 1; ': .; ; I J :

A in his ]proper person which he did assisted And fresh and clear as from the source, property, according tot'.- ...<.. ;,aft '.:.. ,, r3'.." :: .,:ti-; < \ .
+ of Ballimor9. \ "
: large: uBsortnvnt by one of deputy marshals) by dragging life her hundred dollars. rr. 't. .- .':!i..r '..I'::".." :O".,,:':... 'i I ..'
1 Holding through limped course, .t .' .. :
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and N: 1V' -Y4 li made' 'I i. ':::k ', :-T',. .. '.
l.I- _. -.t .
k' flit allowed offender( to prison. \Vo are told Like Arcthu&a the l'orcarrYlOf"lnto. uect'tlC < iYith_. o.: ..:.> ..} .i! '
through sea, '
m\O D : ijID (! \ iA .
SJ j ;)
a'.'! d La,. r .alai H I I that the member of the bar refused to obey Stealing in fountain purity. mixed hands of.t he .ScnecaJ! aq tY' :; y ... .

.11.1 I 1 hi "' 'I the order because it was illegally issued and Lewistown, Ohif onclude I d ftW IethTts: ;'(.:,.J;, MI". i ., .j 1 j .

:;; HATS AND CAPS: I because he was not infomcd of the particular Nov ton, another change of light I Iy, one thousand eghtbl nJred.aod..t'8irty( .;,- ... .ne\.. .... : ....::...:'. .... : .

:::--, A the wherein he had of1' n ed. We know the As noble bride, still meekly bright, the following sums}.el.!y..: \ .. : ,;....... .\'1. 'It ,. .1 : Ii ; : .,
ilJ I ( 1'.0).I.) f ta, -'iit! oi For an advance foXsaW: i in .'l ''t""t,', 4 :
with Indiana .cj"
fashionable persons charged the oflence and that Thou bring'st thy l lord a dower above : ( : ... .) p
CAPS oft
t.i 4t'n rt, is all. All woman's lore compensation t for improvement.5?",,arcocdttl t< .1 I!) earthly price, pure ; : :
the fifth article of the '
d .
sa treaty, sixthofsan< ;
And shovv'st what lustre Hank receives, ,. -\t 14-
ROtLERIES. The is found in dollars. *!?** 'J > ,, ,-. t I
following an ancient History When with his proud Corinthian leaves For the payment foundry'atjpula* :. ::1v ,
A i'
larcff! luck ai ali itti t ty. Connecticut.: Soon after the settlement Her rose, too, high-bred Beauty weaves."Wonder ted for as pros*:nts in the tenth: article of said '. .I: .1 ,
of the toun of New Haven anumber of .
FLOUH. persons treaty, thirteen hundred and fifteen dollars. .' :
went over to what is now called the town of f not if,whtrc all's so fair, /. :
For the of gelling! the of if,
Milford where To choose than bard dare expense properly ..! t \ '
; the soil more can
Fifty linn c j (-t !it 1.I. .-(:'\'. \vhcat flour finding very good they were ; said Indians, according to th; sixth article of _!' < f ; trl;
were desirous to effect a settlement but the Wonder not, if, where scene f
; every # '
the three ;
said.treaty 1 hundred dollars.
: t
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ALSo. premises were in the peaceable posessiont ; I've watch'd thee through so bright hath b< en, For'carrying into etjFecttho: treaty with tho '.:. !%rfX:* ,* .. .,._ I, *: iP I '
>cJ'tlpl<'s arose as to the propriety of deposingand Th' euamour'd ]Muse should in her P L '
quest \Yyandots, of Ohio, Concluded nineteenth January t, t U *-*, '
: i: : ,
Sadlery! Glass Ware >
Cl'ul'keryIud .
expelling them. To test the case, a Of beauty, know not where to rest, one thousand 'gbt hundred a d thirty- *-j!!r '%.. ..' f '

"Tin ware, Looking! J GlasscsSait: Ready church meeting was called, and the matter But dazzled feet fall two the following sums "* ... (. : c. f
at my must ? namely :, : .;; : t: :-.t. 11- '
made! clothing, stationary: &c. &c. determined solemn vote of that sacred body llailling the beautiful in ali! For payment for theVeservation! of sixteen; .f' S +""" 1 I
'. After teveral speeches had been made relative -. '/-..
fbV .,
JAM S M'MULUN. THOMAS MOORE. thousand acres, as stipulated ifa the stecrtpd 0; : .

*-Tallahassee, November I5th 1&3I. Sltf to the subject they proceeded to pas artlcld'of the.treaty, twenty;tJ oi&nH. dblla'rs.Fr .' ,. Vf; : I '
votet>-th( fir-t was a:+ follows:- Voted that -1 f ;
AFFAIR WITH THE MALAYS. i payment for {movements> ,o'n jtfaaOeded .' ,; ",f>' '." 1 .
r NE\'T.nOOKS. the earth is the Lord's, and the fullness there : reservations, and exgejTs cf.appraisin '.*. t, 1

!t J I HKCMNr.i; j-t this lIt:.('(., lUniuince elf of. This prssed in affirmative; with great The U. S. Frigate .Potomac, Capt. Downes, l the same, according tothe thtrd'article of said ,
[ ,-2-i-awardH Narrative \. 2d Voted that the earth it despatched to the coast of Sumatra, in order to I .. '
; ory <.r.res' life ( I unanimity given to ; f tho arMf "1Lar '
I'i'': >:iJil! -;\ioorcs n'roll-E'\'clilla- JtJl obtain satisfaction for the piracy and murder committed treatY yr ,. J. .
| :( *'! the amt. 1 hIs was also determined like : '
the 1 4)d of/
I social
the American tnm under .
ship Friendship' .
.n'pfrt8.Jost'rhinr.-COUrt upon
and rump of ::
] IvajioICOH '
,--Palestine' or the Holy Land Lives and vnyaCes } the former, nem con. 3d.: Voted, we are the her crew by the Malays, has, it seems, had a fishi t ,.\\Q uiJ'iR feral treaties; ab\'b L.. RK<. .+ /. '.',. "

ul e3rh'1'0\'I.-ntor8o- saint; which, passing without a. dissentingvoice with these sea robbers. The ship (says the rf I mg md. ,anjd five hundred + 2 :). ; \ .

*4 general assortment School the title was considered: indisputableand Y. American) was disguised; as a merchantman, : d. n:;. ".,. .r. ] )t-. .. .' to t : ..
of "" .... ";.t ; ;- ..' .. ;3 |
1ooksfSIatzon the Indians were soon.compelied to evacuate approached their forts Unsuspected, and at night .For."the;prnrinenC f m rovements J bia ., : .4 1 1il'
cry, the place and relinquish the possesion to landed a body of two hundred and filly sailors the Umit :- +i'... : : !
\ fy L 'ery. the and marines, under the first Lieutenant Slnibrick : ofOewrgiaand-Arkansas; hjb fIr ., :;, l ... .1 t
rightful owners.
f ..ilL.F who captured and destroyed their forts, killed : ed by C h er ekes' irgranu 'umier the-tV W'bf'; ," !t f

A .stlcctionnf new Musick 'ht ianortc a+alt Evan Trumpet and Mag. some one hundred and filly of them, with the los sixth May, oa>.thousand' eight..h.undrsr"and ''+{ .t- 9 V. : t-. .. ,

IUl,. All fl' which will 1.- Me fore *h or e r* iii. COJLEAiAIN respectfully oiurslus (- on our Hide of two killed and tmrtrenvOtmLc( d. twenty (-igbtfaa; < v, ued by"I'. >praiierifsevenj t1 **,..,_ ... +r ;, ..' __, ___. ,
Iro\d c.ulh. AMLL/ \ II We shall doubtless have d Y". ''' .J' .t.' "" ''- ,.. ,."'
i To.l1a11a5 ; 30N. services to the Citizens of the. olncial accounts in thousand II arc, /v 1 'I. tf ,>'
c ]'1.1.y 29, 1832. 4 1 tf. I a day two. t ''. ft .
e! I 'lullohasste nod the Country.t. For gratuities of filly l dollars for every fa&v, : .:. Jc : .'
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,, V no'\\' hare Mr?. k, IS5 Reed filrcctav ,,
enngtanU ftoni witKn i The chartered limits of Facts such is these not only eTioce the ncl. !I afrit r inetepoamon 1 bot mar John V.1 au lou, Clinton
Avoid mdl"esti.IIIs cor Broomt
Georgia, tteo thousand doUars. vantage of such great public works, but they I j the most serious con equence valesccnt. eu con;-'
I I order do do so,
but in to
For carrying into rtfect+ the treaty with the afford irresistible proof of the profitable com !I ,',we repeat it ; 44 New Casrs-6 deaths.HOSXITAL .
such I
Choctaws, of fifteenth September, one thousand i merce + bidAnay be carried 'on among the ft not necessary to ahstulO..r m or REPORTS, July 10, 1830ospitals. .
1 f eight hundred and thirty, the following! I various divislfes ol the Union; and of'heir tsuch food : il I suffices to abstain from things h Reru' asses dead. cur' rera'<
/ :;urns, naml 1. mutual dependence. which your experience-has made known to youas P Hospital 1 20 8 5 3 20'

For the blankets, rifles, axes, ploughs, hoes, [fat Gaz. being injurious to your health. There ISno Gretuwic.i do 6 5 2 1 7
has not made such observa Crosby $>t. du. 5 4 3 0
tv'herls t, carts' looms, iron, and steel, stipula- per\Jn'ho do. 2 G
"! Thus for :Instance, milk will give the Rivinston 5 3 1
tions. ,
led fur in the twentieth article of the said treaty
.. thirty five thousand sx; hundred and twenty diarrhea to some people ; let those people abstain 33 -22 -13 -4 3ST,
dollars. from milk ; but let those who digest it Bcllevue! Hospital 731J 25 4
,For From the Savannah Georgian. well continue to take it as before t ST
fuliillin,. the stipulation of! the sixteenth I _
article in relation to cattle, ?n addition to former OFTHLBEST DIET, Nothing i is less susceptible of general rules 106. Sf 33 9 U-I'
appropriation, ten thousand dollars. During the prevalence of the Cholera Morbus. than the alimentary regimen At evety m- AGGREGATE CASES.

For the payment of Choctaw Indians who cPeople TRANSdtKED: 'ROM TUE FRENCH.] slant idiosyncrasies present themselves as ex- New case Deaths.

have relinquished lands, according to the provisions have.lexed themselves much aboUt I ccptions. All we can recommend in time of At large, 3.1 4.1 6.HC)5pilaLi

of the nineteenth article of said treaty, the choice of food. The physicians have !j Chale-ra, is to avoid indigestions, and the best !I Belle: vue,, _" 43 21 13

,; the sum of thirty thousand seven hundred and inimidually been consulted on this subject( ; !; means to succeed, is to follow the same diet -
I forty doUars. I and each, armed with a medical authority, has ': we have until now followecT in good health. Total.. 120 4J

For expenses of transportation, and other i I l banished fronj regimen such or such :a We shall not therefore interdict veal, as beingwhite .
incidental expenses, in relation to the treaties j j substance. HP"ias disappeared from the ; meat and not very nourishing ; pork, as Frcm lie Ji'1-nry 1)t'y'!Ivirllisr.
,.. above! named, three thousand five hundred tables as. being indigestible, chicken, as sus- being heavy and badly dialed i ; salad and 1L'i'H.
:' toUnrs. Cholera herbs and salad vegetables as yielding with difficulty to the digestive Cite Hal!, Satlllfbv, 5 P.l\f..
( pected of : as crudi- !
"i'I I The Medical S If reported .
I la t: at ten ( asof t:
t.F Approved, June 4, 1832. tics badly rcqgjved by the stomach. More jucc. 11 e say : tatain' from those Cholera! had: occurred since yesterday! '
{ over, material differences have been met with ,' things! if they do not cjiree:: with you ; but continue Frederick F. Ramsay: corner Reuscear< : and
[Pc 44] in those several prescriptions. Some have to use them, if they do not incommode ;i i Green st.-Dead. .

AN ACT supplementary to the 'Act for the advised a tonic diet, toffee: Tea, a small I you, if your stomach has vigour. I none : Mrs. Wren, corner of Steuben and Quay st-

relief of ceitaiii: :-urvi.-in* officer, and sol quantity of Brandy, solid and nourishing meat; .I word, to persons of a delicate and those of a :j Dl'+1I
robust health and to all class I j. A black man on hoard of Col. Johnson's sloop! ,
fliers of the i evolution.Be others, on the contrary, have cared to irritate to men women, 1 -
-t enacted t hthe Sei.ate and house ofRepftM.ntatiM'S the! digestive organs, they have prohibited ail I and all professions, we recommend temper Dead.
And other
of thu United Males of .\me- tho,..e thing?, and ordered a refreshing rer.g ii- ance, the observation of all things which one'C seven cases various parts of the_

ica in ConcreJ-s assembled. That each of'I}I men, a diet less than common. \\ shall not '1 own experience informs him to be injurious tod'estion city.New cases 10-Dead) 3-L'nder treatment.

r tho surviung officers, non-commissioned of- be astonished at these differences, ifwecon- [ : ; but we cannot proscribe such or JONATHAN EIGHTHS, Ch'n.
( jeers, musicians i soldiers and Indian spies !j I rider that the physicians have been too hasty such a substance: sprier regimes! which aug- ,
Who shall have served in the continental line 'j I i in I judging of disease of which: it must be con- meats or diminishes the tone of the system.- -
I F'ViLElGlr.
t ,. or Stat' troops, volunteers:" or imlit.a: at one or :i: fessed: they know nothing. Where is the I II Live as you have lived until now if you digest 0"

.Tiore :times, a period of two years, during the I Iar i I cause of the Cholera ? Is it in the air, the well, and lease at the same time that unquiet ;
*! ot the revolution: and who setut ('nti-I|I water, the negative or positive electricity, the and blind attention to the choice of food, an attention The Packet Ship New York, Captain
kd to any bCIt'! >lIt under the act for the relief 1, influence of the earth or the stars i Who which torments uselessly:: I the mind.or .- Iloxie arrived at New* York, brings Liverpool,
of cejtiin! : 'sun ivcincr officers! and soldiers of i i i knows ? How does that cause act I Is it in } according to the old proverb : VIVERE paper* to the 1st of June. We make! the anot
: the lution, tho tilteemh of'l I the it in I II noted extracts from the Commerr ..i Hr-
r ;passed day !j eI1ay..jJlcen too much digestive organs: is IEDICE EST v1\'ERE MISERE.
::!,! hundred and twentv ciplit, be j I I altering the blood, 01 in perverting; the action And must We cat as much as our appetite tiser. ,
authorized to receive, out of any money in the 1, of the ccrebro spinal center, or of the great II craves 1nd why not ? To eat as much as !Mr. Van Buren came passenger in the

Tr1Hv; : not otherwise appropriated 1 the : nerves: of organic life ? Again, w'm' knows ? hunger prompts u:, is to satisfy! want of nature New' York.
amjjdin t "r his full pay: in the aid line, accor- I 1 j JS'ow, amid so much ignorance,e, how can weestablish and that never hurts. Nature i ii not a o ['ho Reform bill was making rapid progress

:, '.! !tii:! ;; rank, tint not exceeding :In any :!I : rules, admit principles, \\ f falling perfidious a< to give Us a sensation the satisfaction in the Lord. By the votes taken, there i is
case: ,') P-,}' of a captain, in Unsaid line : into palpable contradictions 1 of which she would afterwards punish. but a thin attendance of members during;; t Iba'

,: such P iv to commence: from the tourth (%;. ', :.If :If However some person eat less than commonly desultory discussions, : of the various clauses{

of 1\-,i'\i\ one thousand eight hundred and j The disease is new, formidable in its effect, !because they have heard that the excesses of the bill, and the Pternier carries c\ory

thirty c':. and shall continue during. hi< nat unknown in its causes and its manner of acting of the table predispose to the Cholera. But i is thing in his own WiJ) The Duke cf Wellin !..

ural lit') ; i-jid that any s-jch uffic"'!. lion commisiomd ,' ; it i is only with time, study, various researches to obey ones appetite the same thing as to ton had gone intv/ the country, to remain tWa:
ofliccr, musician or private a!? a-i; :, the efforts of anumerous and atten- overload one's- stomach{ And is he only who until nfter( the passage: of the bill; and it ;,p-

/ fortsaidlio hall have STVPU in the.conti- | live population that we may obtain precise : fasts f a temperate man i Moreover, the subtraction ptar.that most of the Tory Lords have like

nl'ntalliue. State hoops .Kitri--: .-, or militia : and usetul ideas on the means of! presenting I of: a pert: of the necessary; aliments \\i inc absectei themselves
a term or terms in the uhe'rb.s'? than tc:; or curin!.! it. : tion acts in a manner unfavorable, to the system The Morning: Herald of the 3fst says:
.1'- above period, but not it! =; ... thanix! : months, *: .: and then habit is so powi pint! a law, that as We congratula'e;! our readers on the safe.

shall be authorized (tl. r> '\ c iv oit: of any unap Let us banish all proconct ived opinions ; long::; a; it is not i..anifVs.tlj. injurious we cannotehaniic delivery ot the Reform! liIIlrcln the dff'ltdFod
propriated moiv in the TUMSUIV j his ;11TiAtural let it without inconvenience.Thi I ordeal'f the committee. It is now quite
during :I us not try to give a tone to the s} -t'-tn for ; f CMdfnt -
life, each ac onlin; to hi:; term of t no one I knov.s whether the Cholera acts a- allathcnic t> all that medicine can advise with that no further opposition will be atterntd. !'-
.ficrvi (.' an nIllU ;:lt In.arch such proportion tl l ;: : ; let u- not try to diminish: the coon regard to the icgimcn to be followed duringthe The report is to be taken into further

to tl;. .u1I".ity; granted to the same: rankforjl I'j latin; action: ;br no one knows; whether thc, I f gofers, for notwithstanding the important consideration, on Friday next.
the ?r>rn'f: of coo years, as his term ofser-c I I causejt the L'holera i-: a cause'-til'IUb.lIo"l; I part the digestive oigans have in the disease, The debate in the House wa to bo continued

Vice. did in saiJ, to comn!encc but let us put down some facts; the fruits ?t' ';| the)" are far from being thc only, or even the on the lit ult.

from th? In-irtij: day of March, one thousand ;Jan experience ot fifteen years, fond; for hu-I {principal medium by which the evil invader 11L\XCE.
t-ight: hut.rlrcc en.!f th rty one. j t inanity who has suffered by it, but short t for : .'.y:,tcm. But it is something to be d*- The news from Paris is to the 22d M\ pin*--

:hc.: :2. ,And'ur., i it ft'.rther enacted, That no Ue science which has yet drawn from it b-jt 1 livered of the false precepts, the false ob cr- elusive.-The Cholera had nearly disappeared -,
nnerc' etv.R Cr< :\r\nvanmtv or pcn-ionunder: any I, I little certainly. v n hirh ate never with out danger. Bei. in Paris. On the 20th the deaths in that

jjf.v of tji,. i'iiited(] Mates providing i > for revolts- t \\ hat per theory we have of the Cholera, ,i'lc" this; negative: sen ice, researches! on the capital were but nine. There were fifteen

lionary H-_'ers and soKlirrs shall be erititird: : still it is i certain, that the affection of the intestinal h"Iera teach us to guard against the change new cases and thirty five recoveries. The '

to tin .'!,,-ftol: thj-; < act, unle.-s! he shall tir-t 1 :I j canal is one of the principal phenomena .. of diet to defend ourselvs against indigestions! Ministry remains incomplete. The Printt.:
rcliillj'; '. ;"i.- firt'iir! claim to siuh pension; 8; t j of this dbc.1-e. It is a pathological fact ofwhich md diarrhea) ; and ifi order to attain that rnd, Louise was soon to leave Paris to be inr' <
; lai.j:,:.: i l.t.HL'rthhHltthe) ; amount which 'h we must not loose -i ht. hey! teach u. no better means than to follow ried to King Leopold. Louis Philipp \\as

Ilia) iri\A been re d\.d under any other act,, I In the second place, in r most, cases, thoi the regimen we have found healthy and good j going to meet his:: intended son in law. at ( oinpeigtie. -

aforrsai-;, h-i.irr tho}; it'it; \\hich the paymfntsl i 'j i (Cholera announces itself nt a diarrhea which Lj' our own experience at other times. There was unpleasant IU t'. s fr0in
unJfr tins: act shall commence, shall tint beDeducted : last for a longer or shorter time, and which is GAZETTE 31EDICAL. the South France. At Baziers the Nation.

from such pat incut.S one ofthe most constant precursors of the in tional Guards had joined the people in an affray
-'. :j A.i-f l i.- It t further cnarird}, That the carton.phis- is a second observation which TH; CHOLERA IK NEW YORK and fired on the dragoons three of whom:

}in) allowed! by this af shill undt-r thirdirectionof leads us to the digestive functions. Thirdly, The official report of the New York Board of were killed. A projected; tour of the DU.I&

the c"r..tar.ordu.. tr. ,cur)', be uaid to the ;j i iofficei it has been remarked that persons who arc sub-- Health, for the twenty four hours ending at noon of Orleans into the south of France had been

non rornnu:>sioiu'l officer, musician or'j'!jeer to disorder l of digestion, to diarrhoea, and on the 10th instant. shows an aggregate of one postponed in consequence of the disturban
and ,
private entitled thereto, or his or their auth-l' whose organs ol the aLdojnen are easily deranged The details follow twenty: cases jfnd fourty four death ces. The deaths on the 29th, the latest reported -

orized attorney, at such: \ places and as I were more readily attacked by egos BOARD OF HEALTH, were 10. Recoveries 31 ,now cases-

} the Secrelarv of the I'rea>ury may, direct, and era. In the fifth place, we have seen the Cholera ) New York, July 10 J 832. 15.
th-it no foreign ofli'-erg hall be entitled to I' seize persons in very good health{ after :a, The Special Medical Council report to the BELGIUM.In .
aflH pay, norshall any officer, non commissioned neglect of diet, the immoderate use of ice, or Board Heath: tat! they visited yesterday a note odiressed to the London Conference --
I fhVfrs, in-:,:itian or private, receive the of aliments difficult to be digested, as unrip ternoon the: Bel'.evucAlms House and the CholeraHospital by the Belgian cabinet, in adverting' to
cam :"jtil: he furni>h the said Secretary satin- fruit, sour-milk, or had drink, ns sour-nine or there. They will make a communication the imormation received that the treaty ofthe-

factory evidence that he is entitled to the samein beer. Finally the Prussian Physicians have Alms' this House afternoon, on the to subject the Commissioners on which! their of opinion the I lath November had been ratified by the flvo

I conformity! to the provision of this act; and made the observation, that on Tuesdays and has been asked. I eortthe Minuter for the foreign: affairs declares -

the {pay hereby allowed shall not be in any Wednesdays there was an augmentation in The Special Medical Council assure the Boardof that no fresh uegcciaticns can bt' oper.
Way transferable or liable to attachment levy I the number of the sick, because or the excesses Health that the disease in the city is confined ed until after the evacuation! of the Belgian;

or seizure, by any !legal process whatever but i in which the working classes indulge on to We imprudent, intemperate, and those who i injure territory; and air o that no altciation in th>
shall inure wholly to the personal benefit of !Sunday and Monday. themselves by taking improper medicines.So treaty will be acceded; to, without just com
the officer, noncommissioned officer musician Whatever limited i is the disease: to particular descriptionsof pensation. The
I : be the other elements to be con King gave assurance to tba
Or soldier entitled to the same. sidered in the Cholera, whatever be the other physicians persons,known and to to particular be most localities, that many same effect to a deputation of the Senate rrho

Sec, 4 And be it further enacted. That smuch o predisposing causes to be avoided, and above in private practice, have not reported extensively or met engaged with waited upon him. A change in the ministry
of th':> said pay as accrued before the all, whatever part of the unknown principle a single case. had been talked of in consequence of differences .

approval of this act, shall be paid to the person which produced the sickness, takes in it ; The number of admissions into the Hospitals I in between M. 3Iuocnarae! the :Minister
entitled to the same as soon as may be nevertheless the unavoidable consequence of the city is found to be nearly one third I less than oHVar, and M. Van de \YcycrThe formerwas

i < !';' in the manner and under the provision abovementioned our remarks i is that the digestive organs have that of yesterday.In to go as Minister to London; and the latter -

':r" ; :\ ; and the pay which shall accruethereafterjsball an important !part in the pathology of the oho behalf the Special Medical Council. remained at his post.-Baron Kvain, Gen .
"''J be paid semi-annuully, iu themanner'abor'p era, and they demand a special care. But Report ALEX of Cases H.fr2-t STEVENS hours M. D. President.10 1832 eral of division, had been appointed Minister
ending July *
directed: and in case of the what conclusions do we draw from the few Elizabeth of \\ ar.
8 Ludlow st. collapsed.McNamara [. ,
dealt}fny.person embraced by the provi- positive observations which experience has furnished 106 Anthony st.. Collapsed. PORTUGAL.
,, siboaCbf:: this, act;Jor of the act to which it is I us ? What dietic rules shall we receive Henry Smith, 13 Elizabetitst.t i Lisbon dales are to the 12th of May. Doa

: Supplementary during the period interfiling from it ? What alimentary substances mu: 53 Laurens st. Miguel was amusing himself with boar hunt

.... ::.. t :... ', b."the semi-annual, payments directed] we recommend, and what prescribe 1As 9 Caroline st. ing at Camora, and the necessity of raising
('bio fap made' by aid acts the proportionate arjjaotfnt I.r1 I. a general rule, we say : use every thing, Deborah Potts, 51 Division st. recruits created much suffering "in I.i bon.

_, -qr' of :pay-which' -hall accrue between the which, until now, you have found good and Abraham l\Irs.l\Iunn Potts, dead., 51 Division st. Convalescent. He had appropriated for hLs pleasure l money
,' '''' ', .,t,.j". .: '\"preceding seint-anual payment, and the useful to your stomach, your constitution and 46 Thomas st. deposited in the arsenal for the purpose: of
'i : .. .;' 'dc tth. of SIi.fa person, shall be paid to his wido'tvor'if i- your habits ; but abuse nothing. But avoid Win. Johnson 1 12 Oak st. paying ofYthc arrears due to his officers. Aa

i \ lv }r. + .+ f he leaVc no widow' to his children. with great care indigestions, and all that can Mrs. Lindtnark, 'V ate st. corner Gouverneur. expedition to Madeira was still talked of; the.
",. 'II..' .,'Secu 5.. Arid be ,it fuither enacted, That the excite diarrhea ; yet all persons will not obtain I. Silas Smith, 102 Warren dead. pretext fr delay was the absence of a cor

,\ .. offices, fion-eonwni-sioned officers, mariners, this object in the same manner, and the John Chambers, Reed, cor Washington, com'aJesccnt. vette. His naval force consisted of one 74,

\: 'k.. oV marines;, olio served for alike term in the precautions which are good for one, are not so M.: one IS, and two 14 gun ships; four of 16 outer
.. naval service, during the revolutionary war,, for another, S. Hancock S.Bigley, Anthony. and the corvette aforesaid, The cholera vas

: .. rthall! be entitled the". benefits. of this. net, in Shall we advise in a general way to abstainfrom Mary McKenney,-59 Elm., 358 Greenwich looked for, but had not made its appearance

.. iho Faille manne as is provided fpr the officersand Coffee; Liquors and solid nourishment ? John Hunt, 22 Dowing. intemperate. The English papers speculate on the tardiness

.. hpldiers of the army of the revolution. But there are stomachs that will suffer by this A man is Christopher, omitted by mistake on of Don Pedro, who had all the l force ready
y .* abstinence, and digest worse : that would be Saturday. which he could expect to employ. King Fer.

f ,, 0 APPROVED..., June 7ih, '1832. to fall into the inconvenience we desire to a- William Hill, 31 Harrison,dead. dinand notwithstanding! all his professions-
-. void. Vigorous constitutions, accustomed to Susan Walk, 110 Anthony. had a force on the frontier of Portugal of
l" Intercourse with the 37 Laurens.
Notwithstandng ,
hard work and powerful diet, have no need, 22,000 infantry and 5000 caxalr to overaweif
Mr. ,
: James
: 146 Canal. )
increasing threats of disunion
.. ;the dismal tales of distress". we should forbid them Pork, &c. ; they will MM. Parker, Cross corner, Duane not to interfere. It is.plainly! intimated b y
', r. are poured digest those substances as easily as a fatiguedman Daniel Whike, Duane st. the Courier, that, in such case, Grear Britajo
: .; "'...... ..... forth in the journals south'of the Potomac, of letters, or n delicate womat will digestthe Miss-, 27 Lewis st. will support the cause oF Donna Maria*
1 A the trade between this and the southern
:, 1 /"- city breast of a fowl. Is, on the contrary, t Elizabeth Kennedy, 80 Chapel st. convales* GREECE.
t ,states becomes ;every ,year more prosperous' use of tonics and hto
/ a strengthening regimen cent.John la consequence of a (forced march of Colletti }--
and ,extensive, .impartial'equal benefits to be Pulhs 26 Provost
advised 1 But stomachs will st.
many suffer at the head of tho Roumeliot party, upoaNauplia
... .. _4 4 ; each' portion' ofYheconfe ,eracy. We- >ubli hby this diet ; the abdominal organs will be irritated i Mary Kelly, 31 Augustus stdead. Augustus Caso d'Istrias: had resigned i
,.>,. c- od, a few day, wncejf the, Report of the,, and ,diarrhea will follow. Sidney Hemans, Anthony st. collapse.! and : a
: #I Mr. Carter Centre ; a new provincial; government on
President and ( of the corner White st.
Chesapeake ',' Therefore, ire do not see that the knowledge 1Mr.. Inch, Washington Wast broader basis, and bolter-calculated to suit nil
.:: cad Delaware st.
-4' .panAJJ the. channel of
,great we have as yet acquired with regard to Mr. Furlong 124 centre st. parties had been organized:-AdvicesNattpHi tram
.. :, c rnmerdialintercourse witb i vie sauth, and the Cholera, can authorize us to recommend Mrs.: Purdy, Mhird street, Avenue D-dead, wire tf) the UthMa'; .
.. ... i it exhibits a,rapid augmentation in that portion Rosmo Gueria i .
'j .. or proscribe one regimen in preference to a- Gold collapsed. ,. "
.... : of opr-tt dc.* We; have'sirs' had Woman "
.. occasion to pother, not speaking of those aliments Christopher. ,
:. .. 1 decidedly as unripe spoiled fish
: : : d x .. the result: ojr the"n, 'I ;;that during the'last four80ff.vessels &c. The only general precept it is possibleto Mrs Mrs. Powel, Bank street. f{ informs f the citizens -

t i !1 t; it ,, arks and rafts: have s- give, is that should Patten 34 Essex st. / of Tallahassee, and its vicinity, that bf
>{:, .. ., ....rsrla..U j f ; canal/*- *;*exceeding, vy by more jjpughtho which he every-one found continue the Catharine Parks, Duane street, corner of Cross?, has located himself in this city. _
4' regimen agreed with him before dead. N. B. He may be found at his office next door to t '
aa3-the: number that passed durinart't he the appearance of the Cholera, being however Doctor's Parker and Bradford or at his residence; cox--?
t me perkdlat'year..* Jhe increase in tolls Saunders, 102! Warren sfe Adams :
more careful not to commit ner of anti Call streets.
.. \ ;
{Y.the e<) petiQt}.,ura _.iQ 6o.UDt ----, 185 Reed st.fijrsi Tallahassee ]Marcher hi 832.MMMHdMBMVMM 183 f. .,
wbicl1 before-u'oyJd .
tI..' .. ., perhaps bavOClustd but a 'Johnso ;f .... ." BBW- J
.lOt ( 185 Reed "
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I reasoning Arago {9 J -
very nr4rntou3 ati (liour or ttro. i t
i and entitled to attention if f Oamp ,- eha .
the Meetings ,
should appear this ; ('xpe..teci Comet Ahout 1 o'clock P. M. Capt. 9. wiiti his '" ,.

... ::r-l i derive additional force year, as, hiJj the Argument would nf company arrived in touu bearing 2 scalps For the Tallahassee: District, .' \ 'f df't ,.'t
tnnpcr&tiirc which
they had taken 'from the red skin r ,
these / .
TUESDAY: DIOIt.) i. (JULY. 31. climes, at all events, has bean much lower tlemen. The: (battle for gen Clnincy Circuit, between Quincy and T ciaaht 1 r -
than desperation had excelled sash the 2Uth A :V '
can he remembered the to vusr. \! .
-- = -- per any thing ever yet heard of. Gads en, near Dr. Flake's H;
--- -- sons. We have had They fired t2d to the 26th Sept. .
David S. .tt.crsas rrCof ex'cutcl1fin I 1 r,-.aylastin I purr i in tires in this month when awhile at each other, and then 'apt.' S.fiavi Leon Circuit, Mickasuky 8th to the 12th Sept. -: ', I. t.

the I :-"JI'('lIce cube Cour:-IT f' met his fatei'h previous years the heat was oppressive} at a ( the order charge-when Lownes Circuit, 15th to the 19ih Se tembet. : "".,, ;,,' .
-1. similar period, and the evenman oheyid The third Quarterly mcetuu fir the Tallahasseesuition "fi >..... I. : ,g
1Ve were glad to serve that: bar appearance of the {; \, I
tti nnu s$ if he :t.
ri I as coolly as to $: f ..
l..n3. was going: a drill t>/ l>e a three days meeting .. II ;.X .. .
except I ihc I Militia, who I were country scarcely announces the return ofspring '1 he comnuucins oo \oj. ;,to'It. /
were present made .
j> 1 pcrwws the '-harge was four times, when they Friday 31st August. .- ",: ,, : l /
i ai +:red cut to serve n* r ti:trds. ; fruits are checked, and amongst (fought with knives, spears, tomahawks, clubs T. P. C. tf HELM: AN, < : U l 1

-XXXXX- mankind, the flannel aad the cloaks still upbraid gun and bayonets. There appeared to be no, ForZ. -\VLI\G P. E. .fii ... -'>L i' ..'....: ', ,r.
WASHINGTON, 10 1632. the tardiness of the ." .,+ '
July summer. Editors
yielding either side '-"
N. Y. } on it Deemed that every LEON ACADEMY. \ : I
Advocate. "'!
r.-'fIlc::: bili-for Internal Improvements has.sbid determined J *
oneWiS \
Dr. to .
conquer or die. Session ofthis mstimti .. ,
-..."<. niuhtcci-.odJhc auction of the President The force of the Indians greatly exceeded I THEVinter by a Public Eaannnation n closed of on ','' ..- r \\ !
.1'111 I l }.:wc f,,40CO fcr repairing the mid !>c'twtcnlnllr.l From -he Galenian. 3 in tho
\c > and
l,ntj1 ours, both parties seemed willing to aban -enrs; n c are happy stating our contictuMi of
:-.....sccand! rrnsacob, and two thiusT.d: GLORIOUS VICTORY. don the field and retire. ii" rapid and thorough advancement of the Pu; dg. ; kt
etc Mott'red for the..n:fld J c\Tctn Tallahassee arid St. June 17. (;en. Dodge we learn by express To give an idea how desperate thev. fought We present do but duty Superintcndant to ourselves,,to and say justice the acquitmcnts to Mr. Coxf.'IC of j 1 i

Art::.Grit.: : arrived to-iiay, tins frog th<- first time during we will mention one instance.An the Students here creditable to themselves, andhi...h-} /

l mar" hou\lJ!': l./indrrd, with '2500 uncxpcndrf the present uar, achieved a victory over Indian had d ...hjrgrd hid at of I ly honourable to tlieir instructor. The lower classes rI"

(',', : ,; urcvcn: thll.and dnllars, to cut away :ih? a small bund of Sac Indian, who t lave, 'cos- oiu men, when Mr. Hood charged gun one him recited with a readiness and! certainty that c r'nerd unusual

l ;Ilr.J Bu' c of?t. Marks, rr to cut around and im_ sack-hkc, been e\tiem-lv with his upon proficiency, and the higher' *.'s t ;yeti the ,
annoying to the bayonet. the Indian
thought to fright questions proposed them an
i is apincss
thvIiatitit;iuto. !! source.I > uccura. .
t's.ti: : ot cur country. The samo party en hood by cocking his gun, under pretenceof cy, proving not only; a familiarity with lexiK,OKS, but

ntn sinccrtly ycsirs. had just' killed >i\ men belonging to Fort Hamilton its being loaded and aimin at him. ThU u ::pnernl: acquaintance with the principles of science.
gild were there, skulking about he for a momont caused Hoodto- 'The Trur-tccs have renewed their engagement witU
1\J ''II.SOX E:-q. pause, when r. Cox and the duties of the Academy will be resumed
000000 frontier in order to pick alf'raver} man who ( apt S. hallowed out "bayonet him, d-n : on the lit day of October. The Board design! an 1t
-: :-
could be Bern otitMdc the stockade. liutluckily him, bayonet him," upon wl-irh he the improvement in the building, \vluch will add much to
'L';='TI,c Chnlcr.i is racing to an alarming! extent in
our Dodge c,iud! not b* dodged by bajonet into his breast about 3 inches. The:: its convenience, and procuring\ such. app t"-ate., aa may ,
(:IC' C ">' 0YorkThcB.xml Health on th' the ,e necessary tofirilitate thea quJrTneitot.vIa: hun.atH .
rascals; but faced the tire of their Indian caught the
guns, bayonet onu hand held know lede.:: The rates nf''uunn remain unalter
tau ivj-orttd 13.1: ease;; and SI t.lcaths-On the 16th.l3 stood th-'ir. shot, as he well knew he would f be it from entering further, when Thomas Sub- "d. Board orgy be obtained ia Private :Kamiiics; for L
: cc* rind1) dentil.] compelled to, and valiantly i barged upon, and blot fame up, and with his knife stabbed him easonaMe: compensation Any information relating 'j"t,
killed ad I t.n the Institution will !be chcei fully furnished! by ei?
-roooooo:- : srnlped the all. in the throat and cut hij! j jugular H'in.'hilt f
her of flit Subacribing'irustees!'. ..
*.--.,-: CcnjiTPs:< adjourned; on the 16th Lnst. after n : \r c publish{ below a letter which way written taking his scalp several guns were fired on CHARLES AT "-.TIN', .L---- .

r...-sion the relative the b ulc.Hamilt)1) ( Stevenson ,R V. sLLFRD 1 : :
particulars to wus wounded by a ball in '. ..
-:xvxxx:- WV. \VH LI A'VIS \ y '3
.-* Fort, June 16, 1832. t the breast, tho' not supposed to be .. } "
'\"' 1. received Col. danger TURhUTT R. BETTOX.. ,. ; '
'i .J c are a coiy of While's ad- f .!
Sir: On the evening of the 14th inst. 6 ous. IMBERTB'JTLER. i r rI .

i.w". iobis CoubUtucnlsc&ull: pulilirh it ill our men were killed by the hostile Sacs, at ?taf- R. K. CALL. ... \ .

jv!'it. ! rt of the Ex.on:nation of the Students ot"Leon : .. { \ 3l
J -:oooocuio:- were found yesterday and buried by .1 party ol t I \\'c hive fortuna'ely come into possession of tit Academy, on the Path ult. take pleasure in sea- ...( ;,

TVntb of Cul. :Milhell..-The decease of mounted men, nnd somepersnn> (from thsx tilrt.1 ."Ualeniall"nil:ainil1 of June 20th, (published at Galena, 111 .nth; their expectations were more than mtt by ... ,. 1\ :j l
; interesting particulars in to ti 1
li. jM'iiiIemin! tool 5 \morning\ about eight o'clock, the It ; regard !heimprnvement exhibited un that occasion. f
| : luvnutturely reported, : ; ;:> .llan'nr.. A friend has also furnished us with tit e In vitw of the circumstances .. J ..r' i
"',I.r.t ;\ n-hinpton t: "n Wednesday, 'the dayin killed a man by the name of Henry Apple about f --llowinj; extract oft letter, dated, :Instruction of said Academy, and attending the Examination the course ref o \ t. .f

h the aii ; bill the : half a milt from this fort. < Belleville! (ill.) 26, June, 1332 ... l ''
01i" 1 : :; paw. (| body "f t jr-n. Dodge, ; :erred to, under the Superintendence of Mr. Cox .

tt : ,I.h he was a .t-inln' '. Of : rah: swh of hi,< command: of mounted, men-axwfr Same of our troops have just 'pot luckThree of 'hey confidently expect the increasing: usefulness of thts t" I j
near neighbors have 1 1)'n ,:
my killed: in
: an affray with:]
i; :atiosnl: Iiteii2"nr"r! ; .-ays Cot.1itdlCl1'l! > here, ((29, i'l i number{ ) immediately] pur- n party of Indians, on the 22d in-u. near the camp aDixoifs 1 Institution in his char,. SENECA; G. BRAGG ."- I...} ., i

r..' :,,' than: a ear 1 post laboiing under; tll"I I .-:wd thm about 3 miles, when theyve e discovered Ferry. The number of Indians engageda" D. BALL. ; """ .
c ti.i-. been able tll i attoiiil \hip\\ public. diti,j.-. 1111 op-n uround, and found to he 11 r.nut Two!80:-Whites, 40. TaU shacsccJIlIy; C, 1832 jO tf -'

cal! oj (ca-ionall since be nrriv. tI herein PriV I n mnnb! r, but were not o\irf.ikei till they 20 r.f our other men engagements killed.; I fear have we shall taken hire place a lon: abou1,.r'an.u !. ; .' ..1 \

.:.(.'; ia-t, arid has not boon i-xppcted) lj. I erossnd: th' !Kn:: =:t iVkt-toneca, and entered an I'dy war. \'."e expect hourly to hear of a genera" NO'J1ICE.4 \ .

h, -1.1-: d-to outlive, the -+." inn He was a I Itr.u .. roost impcn tnbb sxvamp.: It the edne! of 1 i I 'a.ciiicnt.Clui. T he army were near B! irk Hawk. A LL persons indebted to the estate of the late Ben
e number of
<':. :: >hi'd oilier of the a' my during' : tJI'!) the s.* nap, the men were ordered! to dismount I i .ay about a 70. our citizens have been killed iLjdmm Taylor, for purchases of Books bees at his '. .: t I l' 1

h and ; ... and link horse Fourmen t'lction.vill, uiihout make AIcssrsLookerman .. ;t
t u-r. isr.ixvisally: esteemed mod i ,\ were left in charge delay payment to > ., .. iJ
-- I:' ''-'"'' I'''' ( & of Tallahassee. -. .
'' --.i Craig
,, all thoncty: oflhtt( homes and four } '. I
] T -y for th* sevor.tly i I : were posted: around I' .
JNO. TAYLOR Atlm'r.aus. -
"-ar-: ihtSi"t\ xv.'is: '! -I I the on high ground (to ] I '
; Mib-eqneat'.v: n public life.iiiiri swamp !; guard against; t 1 1,1832. 50-tf.'MarshaPS I : >
>! honors wcremid| to hi:; remains.v.hcu their escape; the icmai.ider;; ((2i in number: DIED : :' U-:1 t.
: entombed, ; advanced 1 into the I'% Camphclitono. .l..r-> <} ;sue 12. of this month, Sale. ; 4
: wen: on 1"hurr-day ; and) little swamp, about half a mile; ( Airs. ELIZABETH : t k''t'

or nou! :
tithcr House oi l' the ;ista'e of about feet .. County oi Leon, City of Tallahassee, on ..: t :}( ; .
OnT .
( -S. : thirty by which ..... ... Ir .:... .b_ TJJ .- firs Saturday in September; next, nil!! the right tf- 1. ,
-:000000PLiladdclhia three) of our men fell :oe'f'rdy'omJrd.l Gen I .. \ ;
:- : l JOHN B. TAYLOR ini 4 claim and interest of John Laud.:mian toL.t No. : ;
J'nr> IRA Dod:c instantly ;;n'f' orders to rbargi which! r 179, in /re City Tallahassee', and the iirpn.i. ;.'r.rts: r r. i
his ,
)rm friendand! tin Public I hat his health is so thereon, to satisfy the balance on an fxeciuim favor i .
sing hr traveller was promptly op't.'d.-Tho: Indtms m .
recently made: hIap i wen'oun.J <<- 1r'S'n: as to enal-h! him to his
I resume
1 profossiun'a Robert! H. Culverson vs. tue saiii John LaudaVman. : \ \
jv i.ince in, thi city. lie way :l young iuan 1 I King under the bank hi; a <-lMi! !:h. and) ': duties.<< : JUly 3U 1 1532 iO tf JAS. S. HUUHEr: : D. M.! .l i',. ;.

;ibotit'0: \ ':Lr'"- +,faire, Diet !b -fomed.l auH.iii i iI \\ere not seen until) our: part vawithin G t,-r For T. E. RAND: LPH, Marshal. ,. .... ,

\. \: a Hlj('.' u... yn I! +Tiftrt! H'[ on ttfi!''d I t small 1 I 8 f foe.t of them, when hcy; fired 1 on them, and l $300 REWARD. ,T uly 30, 332 50 td5Ne'WStore_ ,1"j \ :I
Vi.."; > i I h.M hole party 't ; Kil.rdarni; ) .,e Iped in 1 or in I' !I 1oif: d J"!!-. :htr: ::c'. od to,f'th,*r. 'X'h'in 1 i I'1 'rinut: : s but one, who att mpied to make ft'i"' I Ii iln.L prchf.nsi'in.'c pall! >y' tits aud h..conviction nk of Pecn Township or 5>uhCn.'rs. ;,: .t'U'_ i'. Quincv."Irl. ". .1.lU .'itjzC''sof. -: ; : ; : tli 1 f

v.a ''.j ;:1':1" i. !.. visa !'a;:;kinin) th.1 }h,,-. l I I I H ic i oape.. He s'.v.'in the -.loimh, and wa 1'Ull; IXUFUX'] : I, charged} with THOMAS WILLIAM Mlf.OLETt .. Gadsden Cr.uniy am Its vicinity, that tilt:} :I.axc: I .;;- tT 11I "

:Hill, <-r<+wn a-otn.-l l i'iin.vhile hi.* ,':lrtj't"' : shot down on the bank.Th" IS (who is 1111111 Prison in the Ciy: of Phil l 1,reed: a store in this place, "'hereill al.'. a}'s be .' t" .

t(:atn. pr aim:? from i!n hoard the Wilmingtonaanil l und a good assortment of Seasonable Goods such air .. \ 'i4l ,
!>oat, between and DIIY-GOODS, GROCERIES, l
Wilmington .
charged ., '
iva street wfie on. .
1 punip. ? y rtn!; m".n I ulllh. afternoon r.fthc 'J\\: June l?_I. y small pa"k.xcoiuamn < BARDAREf CUTLERY, ;, ; ; i'
:,ttd: tat :uva> from the county! ncr j'atun..ntl S- >F. :M. Morn.- and Samuel Wells, mortally. n JjCOOO ma) .:l: notes , ; : I '

drat: h:-. rat- .f pro, rcft's tot l;; wounded.' 1ty, New Jersey, and vf th. banks: the >i,,- SADDLES, BRIDLES, tec. &; c. : ;sr

:25 till If' :i-r Ih '. i ii it' evulri'tlv!! t i' ouht Samuel) P laHc, and Thomas Jenkins scver'jly of I M.i w art-, pr.ncipally: ot $:,O. a p<:rrum of yjO, a:><' The whole l of wli !h will be oldas cheap' as they' : : : \ t.. t }I .."i!
** .'ft !it's: dcTKijninaticn. '1'1 htparkisv: was elm! ered! m: ;i be purchased this far from Navigation hey invite : iI I .f'
liijby "fll'ha: -'(' :lIhl: !stir.tlni'h! :, u Miore but not mortally wounded. .f.uin t Torbc-rt, Eq. Cashier; of the Furnit Ban a'Wil'fiin their friends and the public generally to roll.xnd ",". 1 : t'J" ,
*]o -J J ;:,nJ, ; j '}jifJo! !" i. In haste &c. judge for themselves. They resnccilully solicit,1\ shard "
-'g ; < ; ; looivin: !r osJnblishsncnt: your.;. :;ton. P ;it rficKl is a sham ker: by n ftssiiin ; 1 ,I
w..- i tr' !ray: ] tievt'r turned out. Such ins>n- W. \r.0 t(;D;lIt 11)GE. aiid! after he p.iss!'J through) Del.t\ -arc, he assumed of the public patronage. T A YLUh & KLEliV. v-. l' ;,
Quincy l3d. 1832 n33
April tf.
UioiiN the name of William 1'utlt-r, at Petersburg I he ". 1 } t.'
nu-v d'hc'rves 'dili'd annuadvor&i.nii Adj. Iowa Ili 1.
uago N. B. The stora-c and CO.UJtf/SS/C.V Ll'fSS : I
Lis J i Eliis '
rhaogcd Wm.
: name to andav pursued if- .. '. t ,
; and: -iboul.J! the aw.--a! -kinj; trnxellorf. N. 13. Col. Hamilton! arrived at this placethis Cirlrsteusteu: there he took pn:-si:e in a vessel I bun n'!! will be carried on as usual at St. Mark. ; J ',

Ml: uut-,: hi-j-junifv j during, tho (present, : : tev:a evening with the ioux> and other friendly: tll S.tvani.ali or New Oilcans. lie is about live ti r. T. & K. _, ; ; '- \ ;

.iP'ih"i, ih.-re i is a :great proljahility; : that his i: I Indians, ((175 in no. ) A party of'innl'ha- SIX inches! high! ,, well pro)urtifiicd, darkish co.nplexctting : / j' jl.. !
,ion, and ;; Tory rjray around the fac-1 IT.S: a !lar I PURE WINF 'I j IIj {
t"'am will hecorue hydrophobia: turn upon the _r"p"< between :30 and 4U, haH also just arrived :eJI9.rl' ." 1
} nrscr long jaws, n. whiskers, and squinta -\\ii\i\ 1
d.i i r end rend him in the way. and joined the others, they all!! appear anxious his r"i;htey<-, full of talk, and in a flinnent: ttrns: rrd FRESH DRUGS &.0. ; i i r :,

to obtain Sue scalps. and hanks confused ; has a very i.riled walk, with a ,
I'r.- ]'icnt drinkir:;! dltr-r the sun has risen w.v.. w. q-iick step, 1 leans hi j head back, his breast forward IitA t.: i eived try itw iiru 1'aila 3' 'e. tVon; i I 1 il Ii i I
and l.isrL'hf hand in motion when a'out : -Y'rk! a !malt; lot of the l following wmes:- f!
fll.'iulii! at\\ .I\'S be avoided: it cati>o> th"ame Juno 19. Another; f bloody battle, conducted 40 old. walking He is : Madeira Cctto Madeira Port _' If I'I'I
t cars .
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bilviifsand i : dioopir.!, and thirst ii an:.tial: by J. \V. SfephensoMt 11 n'/'lcc It \. He wore a black cl-ithtisht bodied coat, pants andoi1 I f ; ? } r

that my bt-, ubberved in the \cir
11.;: may be coiuplett y:at:1rilh.d': j 'I, phenton, bringing the information: that a bin n' !liar, makers name Lewis Rumford, boots newly b Canaryii .l'I. .. : t,. ,
\ua: 1 b aull'! irid] !been in xvhich tnutl'd. Il le txch\1wl'd; a few of the notes betwcn fl re' >.: ..,.- t ', ,
ivater at m/ht, and i will pr" -(>fH' llei! j. dy ; ( fousjht! bad: tau t' I Frcn :thou, on the! Chcsipcakc, and Charleston. ... s r '
the of the sick and "
'crenrc warraniil
: to wants are (to .
lrhii'ss ihroujh the xvhole (,I' the full'l\\'ill; ,T : three of our 1t10. .-.t worthy, citizens: and 6 or 8 South Carolina, and no dnuwill endeavor to Lave be PURE UNADULTERATED; JUICE OF.THEGIIAPE. :,, ..

u J v" hugh ex.toied to the JM; vet, i ii'! -i!i i'rh; :-1]|I Indians: the others pxchaivzed! in small amot nls. They ill lie sold as low as wines of their: I t; ; 1. ,I. ,

iv' uttn, < d in the morniriL', ho'.,' ditlVrtut is1 j I \\\, here insert hid letter: The above reward will be paid for the apprehension quality can be afforded for CASH ONLY. ... I 1)} )I''..
and. conxit'tion of porter fie hi, alias Butlcrlias, Ellis i I I I
whose of last remain
accounts ,
I arc
appearance! So it i is with Ap5ilc June IS, 1832. : I
m lu. During ; and a liberal compensation will be allowed: for the
settle them Cash without
to by or note
th:' tUiciie.; of our desert travH.inir, on C uointr 1"1 Dear Sir- he night we loft Galena tt'rtI mount of money recovered. a-I further requested delay, as no further credit will be siren: after .r f i U l,

f ti :e-i I ;nwa'.'s drink a< much water a:> I I more hoi, es were stolen from this place; some JACOB FRICK, Cashier. I :he 15th of :July next, to any one whose accounts of I ,II
co-j.d! : of them from stable Philadelphia, July 2, 2S32-50 ,3t. last then remain unsettled. I ;, j. "
po-sihy} :sx-nllovv, and frequently tint j I within ;30 yards of the fort year may t < ,
; Cincinnati National :
r.'ThcPitasbug Mercury, :
tii:- -milnotirs on the" night, nevervu I I took the trail next morning before sunrise Rcptblican'atchez Gazette, L'misvillc Advertiser, Tallahassee, Jane 2Gth 1832. 45 tf: \ ; \\1.

: jred to put the c'jp) to my ip;.; yt I sullfndi !- with the command I then had with me cosistint p. S t. Louis Times, New Orleans Bee and Florence Ga- I -- :

; s, :r sni I ibe beat) 'trtl! thirst th.'.n my'foni.Tiu '| : of ]12 men, together with some of the vague, Florence, (Ala) Commercial Advertiser, ::11 W- Jfitt EU U tutt. I
1- bile, the Printer! at Pensacola Republican, SaanI1lh. ; i t.1 t-
: (;II :, who 1I fort's tiu'mbcr.s, and to ben
drank pursued a -
usually: during; the[ point will insert the above three times, and the the bill

duv.. -Deiihaui & I'lappcrion's: Diac.ovene.i) i! yond Yellow creek about 12 miles( cast ) to lie Bunk the paper containing the advertisement. INSURANCE against loss or damage by FIRE can I i4 ,

.AtrJC a. [tjur laborers+ in fit-Ids, in hot weather I Kcllogg's! crove, where we overtook the gen-.. the most favorable terms, on appli > i-
I g -
action the Protection Insu-
to the Subscriber asentof !
"h'l .1
are always drinking and llemeii.! They were about two miles off (
.. yet dry, i rance company, Hartford Connecticut. In every ap -
t, ild do w.f!! to trMnjor Denhams! plan! i: when we first saw them Before we could Last Notice. plication the fair Cash value of the property must be i 4 r

J I.. :' -d} ot t potrinc dokvn their throats such get within firing distance they reached the ;HALL;;: a'.tend at the following places for to Colt stated, and satisfactory evidence, furnished of the corrcctncss : L t tr f

1t u tll1iti; ''s ot Iwnr .l'i,1 l rider, the money CXUC woods-xve kept close upon them for some, I led: the Territorial and County Taxes f fbr Leon.1i cli character: of the the representation 1 The, and the of good the Office moral _

\hl! i'i ,d.i'htllld miles xxhen} would be At the house af AUcn Faircloth Magnolia, on Friday i- applicant. Solvency t
obtain 'or them a nourish- perceiving they overtaken : and its fairness and punctuality may be confidently rev ,'.. :I k

ill'' i-jea! of ht (.f or tnsjtt-Jit. i'or health and] I they detached and cnterdd one of the 1 largest : At the the 10th Tavern day of of August.Dr. Wynn, St. Marke, on Saturday lied on. E.' B. PERKINS; -!.... .. ,.. .. -

: tr r-'gt'i: ii: 'njcJ driik I thickets to have Tallahassee..'22, 1S31. ..2>tf 1- V' > i
re to : the hllfis better t pass through you seen- the 11th day of August. I :,sir-"1.t )o # .

1Lm tin: x\hole.] London I I1t.u .per. we tried every possible' way to drive them At the Store of William W. Briggs, on Monday the JNOTICE.. .. .
therefrom but all unsuccessful such 13th} day of Ana st. # i ii-' too' :
was asi At the House of Elisha Winslow, on Tuesday the i Q.IX Weeks alter date app ication will be made to 't' .
iI .. .
,! ' off'timt'ts on the Sca:" nas.-l P}y charging them oil horseback, ,then part on fa attrying 14th day of August.; ; I I r }the County Court of Leon .County, for J letter .. ... ... ... :.

-t l t. .1raon. '*The year of the rand comet'; I i and part on horseback, and then by to At tho House of: ebastian Frit mau's, on Nedra Cs-: of Administration on the estate of Judah Benjamin dew. !- p f.-- t

01'! < -Kll,- nao: reno.vned: f--rit.< vinUne. that i J crawl upon them. Finally 1 saw the only l Slav the 15th day of August. I ceased. H. C. ASHTON, Adm'r. ,"L. #.r ) I I1
At the Court House in the City of Tallahassee, July 24, 1332 49 6w. C.;.. : .,
w.rje-; .Hade in i chance was to dismount and all to charge ou .
: tear W+MC "Com.'t ;; Thursday the t ICth day of August.At -w d 1w .
'WI .<'< I 1110.that there an ..fro'l:' j pre u- foot-our boys went into the thicket undercharge full the House of John Blocker, on Friday the 17th For Sale on Consignment.SO ? .,. # .>\: .,

d h! e.N a : like men. day of AU'Ust.! ,... ./.,- .., p.1. <
:''amct me, hut I will xny th'Jt neither I .. .... f:: .
th. We At the House of John Smith, on Saturday the 18th \' \
ornet iofl < ll I got into the midst of the Indians beforeone ',i
other has .
nor any -oinet, I August. Sacks COFFEE, "'
*n-rhul 1 thlihtf't effect on our seasons. fired.- Here wo had a pretty close fight day At the Store of John D. Parish, on Monday the 20th 10 Barrels: R I'M,' -.t. ;;-4' '

1 trill -both! aides were discharged frequently, there 20 Byes Marseilles Claret .. ,,\ .' to II }
begin with r.1ct'omE't"l- people} tell l l day of August.At _> ;, "lit
'i", warm was not a single fire made at the distance of the House on John Havis, on Tuesday the 21s 10 Cider. 9' .;., ."
our ylol/p by their Do .
presence. day of August.At 2 Casks Brown Stout. f; ., It.. ..' .1 I ':t
lfi"v ? more than thirty feet from the object aimed at -' 11 V '
Noihin, : I (i
the thrnr.ometers either from the Indians or ourselves. We got St. Marks July 20.183ir 49 tf '; '" >/rill.. 1 .
: kept in the dilTerent obstahriMof cr- 22th gavot Ausust. '. .Iff i it,\ .; ,
KuropM., Iii tak that of I'av.f. into such close quarters as to be constrain ErF':: ST. B. 'These persons that fail to pay thei ; 6 .: ... .* .".I .. ,d> I f
us : "
i.,0 the and the knife.We Taxes before tha, first'day of September incl- G OR' w\;' ._ t!
on or
and to use bayonet S"HA\yKIN .. -
$h:1n: !! find, ] the fact that the ineditempcrsitun shall : # 'rI' 1. '.1 t .
notified I to and
killed five six of the d d hereby that proceed levy on ; I
m or scounclreU -
-s HI'the' year> m o't noted for their property JAMES BRYANT \ TTORN eUor at LAW Mtirlan>szz .' ,. '
onset(u i is ]rf? ian| those of yoais in vhich no and lost three of our own men. G o. Sheriff&. Collector. West Fhil t8>.. J u v''6th 1831. ",. .. .,. .. ,. ," I,
amp-I.: list atp+'arrd. (:A table is here giv- Lames, L. P- Howard, and Michael Lovolxvcre _July,1832.. 50NOTICE .PORT E &. CIDER. .,. '!ft. .. .... .,. f I I1 .

c 'tthlihtng: !; the fjrt.) One may here rc- shot dead. There were more Indian* OIl l', .' i .. ... \;'
:111in its in this brush than I had supposed there xvere.We ;f .irUST RECEIVED perBrig TallAhosaeet \ f 'Ill':,1< '
pas-nvj. thai the 1805, with 'fI 7 i
year .
two got from them all the horses except one N. Y. .J .. .;.- -, :
iu.ptin! a vcnr in which the medium 100 Boxes of Pbiladelphiji't> .
date n' wemad ORTEB.ALE, 'f'i iDKR ,
eeKa after ap.haii e .
xvhich of them made his One :. :
on one SIX .
tcmp.\MtIUl'e escape. aad for tojV '1' .
low with other -- '
was compared County Court of Gadsden C ',jog let I, .
: that of our horses WIll shot. Another was so sick .-f administration the estate. fdeceaied. Ed Ilch jS-p' R. W. .WILLIAMS. -,<:.-:,.>.> -.t.< .
year, of lSf>8 be considered as a on n. : t, ..
may j
cold yr, notwithstanding its comets; that the that he could not be moved. When we com- JAS. M. 0 June 26th, I833.$ '*.J, 45 ".t!. .--1: to ;L-. ;...,:,.1)ft .

uienced these"boys .the MATTHEWden : .
coldest on we were perhaps .1"
year in tbe) table was 1829, in wbich.lCom"t .most drowned set ever saw having rid fad.ilen County, all:!. 1, 1833.. ;Jl...,:\ y'" fi' DISSOLUTION. .. "\' ., .-i .
np wart'd: and that the 1831, in you 41HE COPARTNKP8HIP: of the \Jbd od .
year .
.w. ;i I
*hH l> the whole dcy in incessant rains: I would s J- ..: _;.: k oL was this day diasolved .motual "3' r
h .., on L .
: tn.f'rp wan no comet, enjoyed a much Sugar ...1'6LU.t, 7 r- .. I .
; t-4
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"" : "-. :,, hJ
tmrh-r t tho propriety of collecting all your mountl'd sdUethefttm tbeaettlerljiritkt)6itlaIes 4 "' -
-rnprrature than in 1819, in hich ije G. If N. H,V' LEN havejutTCPerp .' : .- .. ., 'r,. ". ; : \
C . men artending them to bury these dead J r 4' .. .
threo corsets, oqo of which wa. udicalar Sugar MUIwbvj5lt{], .... ."\ .n. .. (
**rf brilliant soldiers as carjy as posiblo, I will be in, in ale on a credit nofir March sex!r.M j, .. July'3t 1832 'IS (1: .. .... -- .. < 'l: 't-- --
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: I ; 4 tNttint! ttIfl21I REMOYAL f'. jm; ; QTTON.r

Subscriber takes this oj.porlr.nk; 16 ir.Kiw : A; ?l.t. :- (' .. i ..
TIts Institution will be the- reccptir-n of : ThE : : t c: *!',> .' .. /
lor ,
t T' OM-I; Customers, nnd thcpuLlicVcncmliy! that he A1' ii1 .ze"" .1 (_ u rp.. .h. 11 ., i.a .iIC CiJL .
:Nrupils on the first Monday of July next, under .iisrei.iovcd hi: C. nfcctioimry! to iic ho.i.-e of "k sr*. ? C t4t tC'.u I J b:1! con.IOCr._, .
\ 4 -
t jd the superintendence of Mr H. M'Clmtock.. L. /,- M. A Armisteaduearihc Caj.rn'l Sqxiarr, wherel.e !! ) { :' rJi CuT'lOJk
f 4 A large and commodious edifice is now nearly com \ 6 l.JV S
\ I; Kf ens constantly fn hr.ul! the bct of Lur!
I 11k pleted in'the pleasant and healthy village of Uuincy, t }kmus-also variu;5 IviiuU' \ of V. inc and C rt1l\h': "\ at Iris shOrt, ,'m D. caiur f.lIl.t iy, Ctor-ia

1 CAJi" where, and in the vicinity of wluch, good boarding P-.rier, t'id.-r! Ale CiuulrP, Swcatrr.ea!?, PicU s=, fcaiuuuni MOJV, near the Florida! lit.r: M rrari. r.

.I..i' ? can U obtained in respectable families.In i-e J.e. Dill'eicnt kinds of lleiiihes: at nil tin-os, all i.f He OII.-M Hr r-a'e! at kw prir ., a nu.nbcr of

,t:, 'J'f II ,_ this Seminar)', young men will be prepared l fradtni j w :.ii':-i! l.e cf \Illiberal t-nr.s.; I Jc lenders his siiic AUCTION.i C.i ins n h.rf.hstrarran I : icLcgriodoiq.Mlityfc! wellO'f1 Cott

w" ,._ t. "\ ._ ,; ,1 : ion into any college, t1uUnitc1 States; t-r for e. thanks his Ct?tf Vi\e-rs\ cnicra'.ly! for t!!-r i hlur-! r ti i* 11* Subscribers nvillsrll) on iLl. fit d..y (.f r Au- h'fdI3IU!. may he rctumc.S ' !

.' -:" ; .I '' ". 'I' the ndv of anv of the liberal profe 5I(1ns. I al fatcrs the p.ttt year-and !hi.jKvs by unrcmittrd; L I ji. nr:,! :w-.I () co5" ronrrni. Ier: ciltir..t(:"k ojJ G: i.n tna.- .11"t purchasi.- \\'uuId ,c1
.. .. % .; The strictest attention vill be paid Lo the inor1s and attention business wi to cullo:: rc.t'ttri ** **<*
:, ; > t: to r.ieril; a continuance of their ( (.etlCurisZiri! ; ii'I OIY Good:'?, Groceries, Ilnrdw.iro -

1 ;, .. manners of the pupih.rnd. in prevent extravagant and 1 lfUrolu'su I Crtlerv! C"orkcryml GasV/artiiO.! ': aldrtscrj to the. h'Jierihr' at 'Cain1)ri.J.
t. fund* ctrustf'd to II.e treasurer | C'n. i--. -E<'l' (([]c-o. f.r tIi.Iia.t 1 t, F .' ill
;; unnecessary C\JtCl.ldlturcs.] TF.IIMS-All tnts1ii.t'r 0) I Dollars Cash, and all t i'w"1 Up, nrualK- a'r."iP>-

.; t 4 .l' or the principal, will I he strictly applied to the July 10, IS.::;". 47 tf t overiluf :tnio1 lil% a credit until tin Hr-tday! of January j I celd! to JOHN WA Wr

and within the limitations prcscnlx :' I:1Y 2 2 JS.' -.tft 3t .
l' purposes 1 3:5.: Approved 1.securities will be irfjuircil in nil e- | -
The of the institution is a gentleman of It- DISSOLUTION.llE ;c --- -
piincipal I II
; cs. l'cI''l.n; 'n: ::ii: t/l r' :r.I:1 :( d.t.d; do[ \riiI t I"i I -

'f bcral education, and has acquired considerable cxpcrieive 'r CpPAin ;' ERSlilP fir the rnder&ilt.'al I i :,;;cir! as we ha-.o lid) doubt 'rc.t li.-r-.alns; r.iny l-c: f To PlantersT -

; .. and reputation in his profession. I was this day di aoxcd| (ill mutual!' cnu;('r>t. All I Ii.ul 1 -Sale! to mice) pare: at I 12 o'clock r id: l rri.iiied; i j "OR

.? p The distineuUicd! healthiness the village anti the debts due the firm mu-t be settled withotn dt'av.C.r.AMLLIAM. tiom day to day! until the who-! i f" of. _hi i\.L1-Li': l/lli/i" '! oilei'
-f' ; 4 cheapness of boarding, rre among thc many aelvantares I ?, TAYLOR M KLEIN I i 10-f o :.Ier I)''pjJN.. :.II..r us Mal ,

,. al c'fflnllJy the location of ihisinstiuiuon, and i V- IL W. A\ JLLiA ;. CiriNCY, July! 10,1832 47 tds 1 I ,rc
Trustees have leasonable assurance that Ie: I -' j .\'PPY| ro H; :
every : July 3. 132 Ifi tf lroIUur.r; ::
character of the institution will merit & liberal pairun- __ -- 111 LeflSlfjCfl01: Court /0h'e'iH it/- \I .t'ky ,l. 1:2: :n _

from the public. b--: ; ,,"..'-ti.
4 age .I I NO'll'CE. die! District 0/ Florida.A.PP.II. ".ij &; ( _

f''i,4 The termsof Tuition in the Mathematics and Lanru.T I t. : I ?.:Jl l." ai'.L .-., '. .I.a. .' ;
:r 1832.AC'fl. fi..r.1teTtr.)
i-sr.rc 10 dollars per quar'cr.In II I V ILL .lji; '! ,:d! a. ti"! t f-illov iij_ j.uies for IIle puri. / JERKINS dI4 ritorV, i .av 8i.h. UhU. .I .. .c.-\:; 'r'l. .
.'. 1 the En-lisb department, tdla! ,s ?I C 25pcrr.r. i i / : .omrr.r.,
1,1 thr Territorial I E5q1iuy :.ulFtllllte' .
: [ ': c-- ;;n: aiid County: ) tt\- .' In Chancery.MAUTIIAJKRKINS a. t. : .ln t
00 vs. } h.r tb :
3,1! do! S' prrdo.Payable mrI } j..rri.t ,
: -: ; c.t'ur Leon Co.inty: f"r; tl%" year I l32, viz: N l .1' l'i'Jra: : ;r.d ab..y : in
I :
..:i at the end of the tern, when thc fcubbcripuon At die I.fill o 01 \\ III. W" Brings (.11 ?icnd.iy!! (the nt l..w. J'--'H' atm.q"II.J. :. fc ai4
Ift t fi tr\ longerrrrn than one: 1r1'[ aarin:; by the If tuna cf iji" :3I--r-I.rl! r.i.d! l by, i; 0' !P.B:I.i..
1 Jill : ,
23d.! :; Pf .
: : l2.
yi'f .
for sion to he made to the i rcas- Laty.!:!i>ivit fli.:: .I!, tha Mr'rili.i; JuJ.ills i'!u.,s rsut iv<::'ev. I f.
a< ni!> nol'ia" ,
.. 11 Atl ; at the h'nc of Allen! Taircloth, 11 irhiu ihis T nit, rIt i i5 t r,!, t'n? ll-nt i if: I.f! sd: Torn '--.
J' TlC! ti:1'\ the iMth day! of July. if;IT of! Floriciu!
JOTTXA1'HAIlOmEOX: ; I 1 art!ha (It.t.:; not apur ami .-iwcr: I he compb.1i1ul"sLil1 ;! j 1 ,
At the( of John Elocker In
;- CT
>c Wednesday
tie !
C. H. nri"T, 1. 2.. on (-1' bcf-tre the firsto'1I1a'v' ill Otto--r! next:, JL-HCB-OI'I Com! ,! v. ( Iiancciy.I : .

WM. NORWOOD, I Traiicts. I tll July.At the said bill nfroioplaint! hl.tllI.! ;mniicis: aj.J :tIiif'-; S I I II'.I. }
tic"! house of Sebastian Fritzman on Saturday therein aIled' -,} v.ill be t -p: EUil; i: his I tt'u'r! : Ran.h!! .
WKTEN, }> !( Iiltfll pro rjinftssn, awl! (i i.- ,| Jnd.t' fif of'
therh hl\ : r
: Creed aeennliniriy.; Aral ir i isfuri! rr f-reUm d! ti.a JI/1 1 ( .:. ibriC4. C'ift lor Lc Midflc Dicc
HEItYGEE. I : : i\ I j ... : Lf
At the IutseofJGhrI Smith '
i.ruii .r.
on Monday the 30h dayof.'ulv. 'J '".1.t J I-2.;
# Bv order of the Ho"rd.J.8. : copy of'S.'is! urdev; be j -!?U'I!; :; d l isi i SMUC Kcv\ .j.aiar} !
in thisTi rriiory cco \veclv! Tor three 'j Lf,d\. id. : Jv'ilj'I'vurti :
a ill.UL.IC.
A. DUNLAP cr.\ ; raII."t" :
At the ]luure of John D. Parrish! en Tucfday the!: ; : it.i ., 1 _. .
1ay 19th 1631. 3 -ltwit: Ce'SiVd.V.A I : .i I. : : : t ;. '.":It'. I
4 :3Ut tI.iy.fJUlV.! I J Jr-c ,rI :.:.'.
triCopy, ";h'} W< JI.. r.l 1\.d' .. I
REFERENCES. II At"! John Ilavis en the I lit ; '. (&II :j1i .al.
Wednesday I "lIli"'I' .: .. 3 .
Teyte J \S. S. LIcn f I' "iL1' .
: !
TIIOS. RANDAL' day 01" August.At = I '.) tIlCi.. .... .
June 23, 1P3-246 w3mBraiiitrco :, :'tt! : r.lch.lUS: :
R. NUT ALL, L( on. the home John "'. Lee on Thursday! the 2J.djy n.1.- : ( -= ; '.JJt c: It.Cl'f'i.; rtJ

PETER. BATTIER Jackson. of A Lu>t.A Cotton Gin. t t r (. I. .,,- tapcto ,- _. 1'.J Iat f.1'r.t oa
t J'Jh'," I. "aL"rn Sar ..
nTirsTE'.S: : Gad! county.NOTICE. ? te! ((.lItt IIoii-c in the city! Tallahassee, on H.tCI': tt.I Z"n, Z"'I'.ttbu I IZ. Lotr.iriciut l', &

-- Friday the 3d day of..Aut "gTiOR fLEA 35 Saw C' Gn: r ;'nct ;' :, a Lh' t.Jame\
nu-n : ( rca fr.iJi 1- | tiCflZd) 3liiiur, eiusreit: .
f .-Tiie iintlei-Miriicil has E JAMES BRYAN, Jr. ? mod frcui I I :: \ Dt'fcr.c1 ,) ?.lar.ufacicry. Api Iy t C. (tVI.. St.IdCiCi,. sIccLs.', ;:: t the abaceani 1"...
( ( apt and au.'lflJ- fact for' ShcrifTand Collccior. j--5ei!,'" \'\'. II.tlll".r. Mark?. I V ft" ::.:: J' thtr :. .II:,

fan Grant[land and Farrish Carter, and the heirs I : Talhlio; > e, .Tnl) 10, J8}2. .. \V. K v. ill receive (.nel"s fur other Saw Gins of f and tldrtin;; V iIiani!nex/ I j -XJtl.n are (!Ilf o', .r.c

nf CI'.cs'illi"mse.Jl1, and is inru.-td with the care !(7frrE.- 'ekslIer dalC app.ication i:i the above mar.ufac'itre.inly '." .p.O.I.--i. ."_ ,.. I .. nr Gf
I .I.l.lIl.I. tdr: c. .. .
t.f their lands in Florida. All persons arc f.irwnrnedIroia 1 3 be mIle for letters Administration on the esicue: : 101632! 47 tfBlount's t v'; : ( tlrt.ll" :,. It ;..

comniitimer'Aaitcon the fcdine, and the dcsirin" 01 .;amt: Bannister, late of Leon county, tkceas! si.NEEDhAAi : ; Srnpic.tu: Lr.\it :: r. c."
i 9 to rent may do :.0 on n'lpicat! icon tll the suh crlbcl'. DCDLEY. Steel Saw Cotton Gins.Sib I' Jfin.ea, J. I ttLTc1), I 1. \t

THOMAS BALTZELL.Wrbbville Tala1irceJidv' 17, lh.12. 43 Cwt 'WJ.-J( Ie1t.n.s. j r. > ,-K
J .
Ftlmiury Mill l It'J 2Gtfplotter. UMINIS'I UATOR \ITICE.-All 1'eroi.2Alavin ..-, V1I1E
S II- : claims .'gtiinst the estate of John! Links (iccea'ed i -* of Uiifuni's bes' >:.II ?: ".' (..t'm: Gin. asserted j r('.llTrcd! (! in r'rr.l'Jr ai.t. u;)S, I."r tLc t:1lTJ':1Jrn: ..- L1.

tunrtt : tate nfjad-J..n county, are rtqucj.ted j.rrFcnt '- I sizes. from CO to 71 I S-iv, s, \\ isi.h wll be &otJ! if $2 r n..t? :,j 1' tJ-ma: hint II r.r I CIJ- :.(. the I lt \on1ay in 2'. v lr.-

thi-m duly nutuenticalcd, within the tirnc prescri .;.),n..1" per taw on a Credit I until! the fit thy! o! January I I ;,('r afcr the iiav .1 :U3! order, Cr tuat inLi .' 'i&.II

I bed by bwOI', the( } will be forever barred-All persons : next, to rood res--cn'iLIvpirriiasiF.UJA.VIN I I,[ itTd; ; iLt: COl II.i. I:1,: Lilt be t ltl 1 n { '.

THE undersized have Jjccn appointed Trustees: indented to Mid estate ieque'U-iI I tn l11'1b' im- : : llYItD.I i <:..Ttirst tuf..1." ;Lc ....11..1 .;..\ t..r..I:1.' ..., I'rocj.. .. A.).
the benefit of all the civdiU-iS : '
(.f John Laud! mediate! JONATHAN I JBL'SUAdll; M-- nftiia1; (.f ;nis + ncr; rl: ir in. 1
payr.ien : ; ar 52, 1P32. 41 tf M. erttd ii> {.:.? if ;i" 't:'b
11'1 an. They arc dtsirous (If settling the liusinc I :
*.s as L I ( a"i< '! ( ,.iiv y. J1'1Ii.. I If5'2lo fev. :cw--"tn.r, p'ihCl at '1 1 aH hl5-" .
n ; ;
.of>n Hi. jxissible] and! to end ti:"-y nc\ >l all ibt'.redt'ors I therein I .Hl
present their claims as soon is prr.clic.iblo.Am' : F.| .i: r :LL.- A r'fi"<' ( irl about I IG years 't'; c G., -.;-.,- ,. -----O 1 .I 4.Ct: :t v.c.k ICfour iiiciiik \ i" s ,1..

ihoMi IlIlklJi(11'1. n quested: t to 1 liquidate or -il1l' iij rviI pnd lif;ilihnd aretsDfl14d: \ to b.u .*c .' '.? -...'.t."-"_..-.-: .,. -l. -. : rdin-iy i :u cnJr.J.. ri HOMAS 1." Alw,.\ LT .
pay ,1xi' "..0. : A ir.: (
1 \ .
ni-.i' a.Piv.lin --'J';
J their accojnis. C. C. \V1LLIAMJVin. :., / \ {' : te Chidrct) :. For n iiijs s-fj"!y I"C.ipt. zTtiJc.r: :. '
: / Thna., : UJ" ,," \.. 11. :!."TIlERS Jr.
\\ II.LIITnt; :ecs. : DVWll110 i is .v.'tLorV-d! I. .ul!f her I .\C Cleri.ii .
', Jth 1S3-2.
Gt >. E. DEN.Mfcr. ) I for ihr> own i-. July 17, \rlllId: tf _. ,- ," 4. 4H.

April IOth 1532. 31 It: : --\ ;-j--. 1r a r.. T f.. ..
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>" t H .- '. ?I.1jL.1iJJJJ. JJ k'.aJiIi.
ACAILI) ... .. -
-- Y \
1fj rrt rLti- .
: \ f. Fit-ai I arias, to t.e citIrcrJ ; -

0 TOREAGE.CI : :1I1."r1.ICrs; bl\lI... I d!.) I. I..!. i'X.s: '1P "de trl :l- I.hc'tid}
THE ltttrcza.'t the'Trc rn I .. _. ff Cllt
11 f
( & ( I II. and Wa-c-Iiou i-t'Tayi'T! hI.! in, h.i\} I ofl I 1tcAx r ; 't). il ? .iI1.a I :1: t".( ;IJ.r:.o.l""lre. .. In hii. !ti (.t 1 , :.., S.iri -
I I .. : .
suo: riiii r J n cc-ntlv er :<*u-d a spaciocs buud- ; coK.i.M-1'.ccMl i-c PIY:! G;( 0 IS.) YiRnfTin i ( : uu : T.iSul'sxiii"\; r re ;itrt!"J...y H.1..r' i <-s 1 i':. t itirudI: I ci:' 't .J b ". .\t.i'5. ".a.. :... rl.l.' ; 't"!... rn'f-! : a ndl.Iil'.

ji'' eo bv6 feci, forrecefi r,. tor ;nd aoocs.TIV CO3IMISSIOJV BUSJNESy.; 1 ] -vrn'rally! : I ti.;.: !1.. !h': r, .lj ihcnr I I : t ci {} 'o. i i.yd!. t.' 'Ila: n::'f': I::;!' iLs'

[: ( J IHYM'CARTY. _',i- -"iiri.dnHit. l-uiidiri! ; OOl IbVl': udcr.fth.M lt.r1t: : (:1' C1.arlr''I.Vi.f: f 11 1" d.c P"' perty ofSlid

St. : I8 r K Dt-eejubcr ?7th 1>31. IHtfi In additii-r( : i ;10 tilt ir prfmt roinniivli-iUo buildn.lliiv ; ..--. C.' :.i;.!! *'i-i!.trf*, 1 tt.iitifrl\* f'I'I"I:. I 'drtl. rt_..' I.,. .T..n i, h. -" ;sfy an t.. lnn ilt 1.i, ... '', ..

.--- arc ah''lt in /'?. 1"T'i'iii s ftnt! lif>iispi.? (.r I.!-hI'- r.. <.'-1.. i !I }.r.I.(,'. "'J hu- Hoiikv.iiit: javjcr-jr- e a thi.n.i OJ' ". 'i. : < .;.(,:. M'ic \.Uhiit: .,' Joui5 r rrnl.. rU by--:lav.-- .--

1 tiIi Couon, Goods, <$'ef.!. r Morale, thf'.r: boildii.! 1 iill be read ,I T. r-. 't. .
.c.miistrators Sale. j I :;5 rI'ftlic, i; y l f.Ja'-hcrtc.ptit.r} i Bcaulei' aini J- RANDOLPH, .U:11'Shu.
I j will hermnplett-d by the 15ih Sept. Ti ey &pcclfully J Vi.itoi; till the I 13th i! 11 i :(. July 3.: 1 =32 4' ids.
n: I ;a pll! l A t t. t'tJ.e L-;..-. 1'.t '. i.iuicil pnd *- i! l solicit n sl.nir:. of public patronage, ar.rl > !_,. tlifiM-; I .
,. < n tiic 2Jd' "I"'ll"t.\; '::4-1 I 1..r.i .... ixiirf r.f tlu j''I"'d\.s! tI, a sir"! l perlMrniiUioifol falleul.l ;.i ; JOn I:1A Yr etnn'at

.i..> ,.;* the c't,t" of G. T. "', I IM.. ted to their: rare. :; <>;> > 1 ritrt.,- ji Ht of J i 1Jt':1 l,

v\ "Ii Dr EI l.i: b.'f;re the C. urt : &e in .UfiV.i/c, PFlfjY & tiaclllT entGrci I
(,nht: f'uri! l\1.lU.lY I in' '..t. ; r nrx* all! the real REFLRTO f'OI. JIH :. ;JOTICT'UKivc -'....-

..tal of I'3'ic: i. TCll; *, ti:.(.'..,-U.uli..; af : j}(; F: I it L\ :'(L\:A3IflLE L, )r.'(.rc r S{.n haire-! -n, L P.C-l.arii:'tcutrr.: : 1I1/, \ "!.BeiJ&Ben ) fB\l. l' L fVfer.d.-.iiTs, in I 1 ,- .1'tI".. (-'...H. "_\' 1 '', ',.': ":fh. :CEN1 SlcT..mshares..:. :AL IINK.
thisuit ;
| v'll ? -
Sixteen Town Lot C.II.V.! JmAIJI-' :. \ : t.k {.filoridi.! 1 l---c b'.ea f.u' ; ;i nfrrn, .:w
sy Fioyd, i r\--uti\! it f Pan{ : ti> : I ,
'with ihtir. improver:( nts.rd Hi tb. JM.'iVhj: iJnuinfr GKdiu.ii; ,: : L<. .Ki''oiE I ; I; .1\ i \ss I''il.y..; :, "I.! "< .' 'Ld!, J.n.ea nill i f.e rri! : trr :- nod .
i if j tile is rl' ,
Magnolia Lot and : JA.MLbL.iIJI.Mr-Rf.; '. ; [ : :cd until Ji'ltrCU: Lc! -icu ; Dirtrcior
: : jc a c-.mfbrih le :( : Linn antI! Ei-thcii: !1 Linn, j !'ul'.r C,vrt .f L" o
Ktort situate on Ufoud-zlrnL lithJ.j :(>L. I H.i \ ii:; viI-\; J C.;H.ff I T !i hro'; F.yil, C;:.<. .. '}'t't't.ry-tt:< (_I'.n | ai;. Knnlc.

Th; '( riLls of sates, ii: !Ii<. juatlc.r.\ '>v r on :!*r davs J. J. A PA y.: S.St. T.lIu.a"s! I Fle.yd t, ilr/ncrtFloyt'G.--ii-! } .l.'f! r i':r.1to LI -' j I'j id sh ;t,...' k'"r!,{ <.i.n ad;. U\J are rc' ili" "((It)

of Saic. \', ; ULAfl D Marl. .' 1'Ir.: j-, 2 4;(r 'f I 111 I 1'-1. : I I t-Ke nrticc; iH : .
>j. R.A \ j I .-d. 111"1"c C I).". .- I':i 1.1..f. "_i 1"l" Da | I.{ v.I'c.1 Gi-n. R. K. < ;..: :iI ilt-:

.' '.jll' I.t"r. T\\ b.i1'Y ll) I u ,_' !UMiAY : i'l \\./ Hj I .: .ViR.! i .' \i.. solehe-rs: : } vi* n.- '.f. I., Hl'1ir\L I j j <. I.: .fTaH.11a..:; ," n 1 i.!?rl.y{ ;l.e; IGtf. .hy tJut-:
: '
.J !I.. 1 I'-T.?. c -.n.; 1;[ : .. N: \ fnml tr .: tiscri.r! \ i, ai:; fL'.I.'>ti'lattve (;.fLI"I{ Bi-ak."uiiJre! on'the j! nt\i euiii tt cd.::v .itr"r, Utween L th" l h ""u-rf j'Q
a :"(' P) man: nr.- I \ td.,1. :a&i! : ., f IinJ.: P. ..1.
f.-:: OTSC2TO; I JJlu.c\1 (i it'orgf'. bout I tw i.t two j l-loydiiccca-til.: J t v. is; Inlfcfihc N rthi } r.nkcu.n w :i!: !N;
heLl for l'ie!
} "f'r. of ei
ni rfi.ipf-Directors
on! I
l' iiilay ni;/h:. Jur.e l;. 1SL';: .llr l i aht.tK! i I v.-c.-tjur.rtr tfc'ti.iri r.irr, to*,-ii !ijn "".'.1:. rruce one. I u>rte: rurv ,c
FJRChIi; 1 ; 5 ftct 5 p.chrs i j south and east, a.ui! rle:: -. half I'thc msnacinz he Lu"I:(.f ofsaid o:1nl-. '
lugi), thr (';Ij! fer.r of IIIi' 1ec his l is'n ( t North Fa!t
*'en injnrecf r.ud i II Anti !ht said: : tockcdrs!
: oi'scction; i ( arc tk''r.rr rc'-'Hr.

quit] % \\ : l.t'n soLs 'he ; rne. s ;
r THK umleiMirwil ..(i! i.iiv gin notice that a quick.lias : cen lCCU"tllllfd! n to speak* 1 plei:>Di.t WI,1 I! ind! trx.-t, i-aiii: land !lyin: in ii>e O-Mnty of L* n T.(! .,i ",a-.f. iti.that} .1.I.,l SiC-.r.d. l. :,11 .:r Irr.t r:: off i; u,.;-. r .eDani. -....'.
crrtnin i..OT in to wait in a T\ern. liriii 'I I I iJJl !:11i Ctpol Stock ,
un Tcrrkorvf-f .
1'atiiae) 1 1'Iyriua. 1'1t. .
which (4E0. ,
) Yi'ALKLRrurs
upon the or took 2 ruck Alt' I.tya:'::: .a :c.
uiUiJiim coat, .
.1!(;Ut- statuls mm occupied: as a Court house, i it: j oilier snuir: coloured: ii j.airof cotion one a inl\-d :.ltiae | :\ I.-32- 1U-t >t.JOSBHF. :i t ::i tt: day fiepcnJicr iex t er'er.a; ti:. ,:. :. Lf' .';:

IIi:, JI1)pert\-that the title!' iti fee is in him md :j a blue and tlie other Ij.dllllu'l.itp I pantnonns.: one I 1 f EE:" ('"1 ; .\lr! ..:.
j-air cf sum-i
Jaas 'ucn'r been; parted with to any person \what !I nier pantiixii' :<. a bla( k fur hat. -\tval \t--if.2 Icd LAD I R.h.L"i.iA .
jF:; ;:' "
ever. All persons are cautioned against purclias'iflo I j stripes.-1 white cotton shuts. \\Vhosc ri s.cure* :::dNe .\ N f, ,.\ :. ., .' I vtI.. .1 I. .,r- ft. C''rT"a...- ll'.fA"Tt.: 'diI-IJ.Y'
tijC ;'ro .so that Iret him iIaillill : '. I . !:.
same or -t'.rr o.- ,
; rcimning tlicrclroni any fixtimvs ret t'ivt' the above .k .1.d9 .' ,.f .. f. '! 1.' \
all \ _r. Hf'L.n \Y'\L\ {
ft'hatever under ol* a. d rcasw; able! expencs paid.HENRY(. ',. -.' .!. .w. \
penalty being ndr:: hal, c I r Iit- L : !'.t .; R. C. ALLI.rJTi"RDL'TT
thrrtTor in );1TJIiI notice is TlIO:\IPSO\. \Q to I'r ties 'u i.' .
-riven, ;!!s the July10.) It32. nre, HI ij;. :.LT.' r"f
Tru tres of Jolni Laudaman; have thouiiiit .17 tf I I l-i( t --: i-. <: jtl--" !..:: ? Ii'. Pi-f I"t)Nf

cr to advertise the said lot lor sale! r.s his prop-I prop- I C.O.illrr"l'El'J'o the! Leu '.I ;--u, 1 1 .:,I..!>. 1)e'd..1 ( M..SS ci- .." :t::;.1. prime,) C.'1.1;..i<,iOl.. r
II'! !..tUAL1: OX
ertv. HARDY I T.1Ea:IST?", June 18 is-: .
4 111 y jail (11 t; ,; I 17th\.rt! 1 K-", -r
: ::, ;-.s a l mlt- 5') B! :\. IV.-U i'LOTJIt, --- .
April -
17th 1832. -- -
35-If. I \vayaNc \'hlan\In oIY: :::. !!::tiui j Duni*, ;': I !0) rSIs.;! Wlil.-KlIY!: -

Auction & Commission Btisiiies.TIHE that he Klynj. to Jo.".lI1 :nilh; \V.shivjion; : ( (. IlII :.y iv-K.! :;. L: uu\i,, J. G. & N l=.t\.Z II.EN

ty: Georfria, he about 25 \'t'al'sofa-:.-, j :ctt 7 ir.dt I :Iii i > Tic.s 'he! received late
; : -e, IiA1: :>t : by arrv-
hijli his tircss is )
subscriber ;; w kite houKrj.uti: pantaloons b.ov.n 3'J L -ii. AIACKEKCL :
S appointed rotiiii( ticket, w bite I : lr lll N c-Yt-rk._
cotton hirt aid '
auctioneer for a 11 .ck" oo! hat. :3 Dales:!: ,
Leon COUll" ficis ins The own-r is
: ) n rru'stCtl to
esto the public in theauctionandcommission, business and take him a-.nJ\'. prove property, pay d at'; ::; 1 30! D.-7ft: lli..ti-d! ( ':dcr, Rg

lie Liverp-ol : .It, i-i! Sos!: and in Dnli iiasivteS*
pledges hiinsclfto > .
pay strict attention to all JAM!:fo BRYAN Jr. Jailor. I lf'L\'HS: : *' % CCOO Pair Nc-rrn;:!It., .dliinraii.l lj ; %
iriin .
business L \\ ; hinds
._1 :.. .1.intrusted_ him., ; and. atuml" estate or other alHassrp.; AJ'riI1'. l Ir "' I Fn''h'f elf.. ;(' },.if'CH -:i''' Cr. :: :, F'Itns! _.
Q4": III am; crJumry. 11 IS O1hce IS 111 I he tow of -. i Ci> .
11 lat- > i p'. ilo. v"(.JI-r. Cloth! iwl Satinet
: :
F.CjT1'/R ? '
tlOlia, here he at all times be found. NOT CJE CR.-u.J\EllS, ,
may Lard I Itt) D.... deruii.; .' l.inets! :
Uu ; ,
nftl'f.h 13Lh 1832. ; er,
I 30tf B. BYRD. '1 I ElJi.iN .i!. J r: luuuedi.ite apri.'ication!' : is Aid an addizi"lal lilt! D.:. Rtr.:>c [i I>:ito;:: i->.,
i *<
'. mmwCG JlUW mUtIDaW- i'lW j I. nit-made A! lar to E. Dl'IW501ll, il"la:: or Spia:ue'a c iii,Qn-'c'-"J u ply of Y"i\'.., i'O II:lies 'jKiiosiic fcrLccti.tgs! : Sc Shi/tlngs, t.-,,,.
and >
i ; cnhiniodious l-Jmiic' suitable "i>O 15 D.'zen Wt-ol Hats
fr \\ hicji:! with! ,
in.- ,
A LARGE and complete assortment 1'm.i'c: families or a Hotd. It is built (,II that heathv !- ircineiv I-r.v for .i.-.v- -s 'i.nimt, are ofil-rrd ex f-yO::) Piece. Strr: <- ic PlaiJ Dewestfcs
CV7t (
'Jtu.ukin oTTUor HIDES.u
of Fresh known hprnjrut's Point 150 D,. fc'eitfr'ji
Drugs and Medicines I' ia-jrjj i
t just rer ;- bite! lIlt Lt;hl Ilouic 1 he i.early oppo- Ap'il I I 341! l I' :)_). 3J: I t"a -. c.
ted fro t. IS'ew York and Baltimore for sale, wholesale premises -vxill: be ready fur -q-

and retail. Country Merchants and Practitioners the reception of fainilic or private hOlrcl'rs on thc'lath JOSEPH From K ev '- SehooicNATIVE
OrIeihy the
sup : Lli.DD-D
I plied on the most acconiniodpiin tern.s. will( be b<-.ateonslany: Ilyill"I'l-

EDW. SEIXAS twccnMjienolia, St. Marks and Spraguc's 1'uii.l, fur HAS rec..i-;l.U per Schooner Dtlln, front Chart !
; the
DniggsiMagn'AiaF1orida. con vovance of 1asstnrs. ), 130:;' flIts.YHI! h.EY.
ti' June 28 I ", I 10 Tierces
41 tf Ic32. C tf RICE
M"y29 I 50 Half tI.). otl! A.
u 23 lJrMLEM AY, 100 BI.U, Supei-ciu! New
\Vhcat 1'LOUK
: ( f ? S 1. JIo 6. & N. Hamlen JOHN TAYLOR 5 Baits Cotton OXABlJ'flGIIS lOs C"H n.\L I :)PE, .
%* & .JVi'JJLY) d'1" IJ./i I IT. jfIs.:, Ibt:. 37 if. 100 Picecs Ilcavy Kenttik'RAG GlG,

WILL Jas. IX WeMcott Jr. (0,000 Ll. _"iJd1tr.s. & Shoitticrs! lJ..;.,....-..
f : y 1 practice in the Counties of Thomas & J. 1J. Booth, ";
5 Hht Cnnv.ue&l
Decatur, Early, ; Dooly Lee :: formed a Law } ,
SLimier, HAVE partnership in Florida. The 50) l] .xesklvc;i 5 best llicliwuud TOC lCCO,
*T* -i '. Randolph, and Stewart, in Georgia, us lirntofi () the former is in Tallahassee, and 11: 20) Do, Porter a.itl.JLE, +

.- >re ; and in the Counties uf Jackson the latter u: Wea P.nt: Appalae-liiwla! Bl 1') DozcnC, .
: Favette Bay. : i- )! & Cc;. .1XES
r- Have j just received and offer for Sale. I Gadsden, Leon, Jcllerhon, and at the Appulaclu-, iifss entrusted to them in any of the eonrts Florida IOU 1UGS ,

s\' I cola in or the adjoining Counties of tJeor ia SHOT.'i.
rels FRESH FLOLR Bay or Alabniu.i, will) -.

;,' u O' nS SACKS COFFEE, April 17th 1 J235 -(Jnv ,' I-e strictly attended: to. Am;.;3d, 1831. ;"iUtf ".z.,.:&;- J..\t.t'J.w.:01A (,-..

f t $ 4 I 50 Barrels Prime and Mess PORK, Ten LL pCl" l'nS lHaiu any ('manf-: a'as "lie E.
.. .i 6000 Lbs. Bacon (middlings, shoulders and N' arks for undmUned int jiulinj) ; to have S't Reward. 1le flf Jonathan TJwma! dcc' ., :lte IIf Gad'
0''lit. Ham: : *,) the JsYrih, has appuintnl M" -. den CHUlt3.rt. ,
: )Bradford his \ p MANA / Air.m th: subscriber ?Imef hereby requested '-o prercr.t the same'
100 Barrels NEW Esq. agent and attorney h.rill' his in the to the Executor I
: m RUM, sence. ab n.cnth t>f Ajiril last, a legally authenticated wither the "me

I' ., ,. 25 American GIN, Gentlemen ," I g. Nezroman nancDIILES.: ,\ prociil by law,-They: will otherwise- tarred *'*
: 20 -OLD having Imsiness in cither of the
WHISKEY Nrrtl.rrn And all those indebted
:. ,. 'i cities ( recovery. to said es'-Jtte trs
H 100 Pieces Scotch & recuiring: personal attention, nrc inf..rnitil requested to make! immediate
Kentucky that .
Bnjraing I will payment.BANKS
.A ;- \. attend to it for A
F <.e. ; 2Q Kegs-best Richmond TOBACCO, ters to me left with Mr.a najoiiableeorisidn.iii Eiadf.-rd) : I ( n-Let Formerly the properly the Rev. Mr. :, Exccutt'r.addevi .

2 '- .1 20 Boxes' dev-v i" do. will be. attended to Thhjoiveji, pf LimUlc.i! ( 'Ollllt\ JtlLKS County, June 5, 153- ,1-J -tf.
., 4 Magnolia, June 51832. \ /,' .42. I FRS.B. WH1TLNG. i ii. : of 5 fet i* a-
".- e tf Ft. Murks.Jnlv I.r 1SATTORNEY years o:e, 10 inches high- .
-bm-- ._. AA .Si. any per
.4' son stearins the
.. : above named lx> 7 so I !-Vt I: him 01ii--
4. H. Bo __ Jlnnn mm in Just lteceive
.. ba.rlt S tttUn11 g to me iaiialiuce&haI!: receive the a- <
hove Kewu.d..
Has JOHN; K. C.\ lPllELL.
just received
arrjvals- FR schooner MILO.from Dull:
1 AT LAW. Jmv I ICtn 1832. 44 P mllreIlt.! for salej

1 ", j r .1 JOO bis.! New York afcd Flour 1Ii fILL IJracticc-in tf. iCOO bushels of CORN,

II .. 'ft151, cargo Prime n( Ufo rk, % in Jackson County.the Courts>\ est Floriila.of this District his and New store on the Suwannee. 1100 Bbs S. fine Howard Street FLOUR,
Ortlc- 15 do MACKEREL:
i ., ff 4 00 Coils Ky. Bale Rope,., IS ? Jefferson Street, opposite that of the H QJQ CIh h U ,
1 ('gisler. ljlmwm 40 do HLKRINGS.Susquehar.a; (
; j : .. Kentucky baggirig- N. B. All! instruments f ,)
?; f,:;: '10 with the writing, will be drawn I 1\liTILL 50 SACKS SALT, .
Betts strictest open new
store the
f attention at
-..: \w small8 Ar Bo ers.25 a50 calls to their legal \t 000 Lb ACON HAMS
ii ,tTallahassee accuracy. Forks of (superior,)
eoo Sacks of Juue 20, 1820. the Suwannee and Withlacochec
'f. 33ii Rivers about the first Any persons wishing i to purchase he com, can have
4 London saltt.t.i OldJVhiskcy, I TO "THE reccmngand of May next, for. the purpose of reditu til the first cfjar.var\f 1 \ p\ircal-oi'd wiihse.
S PUBLIC. forwarding
Fresh Tea or purchasing cotton and urity.rt'DiOTlli"M'CARTY.

:. : Spel1l Candle,Wi "fSOI. .4 s malicious and unfounded reports have been cir supplying tend the adjacent country with goods. They in- August 17th 1831 52tf
: A* .lD.SpermOil i. culated erecting a store and
: ,
: by designing ware-house, and running -
f.j Smokeei'Bcef Boloo persons prejudicial t\
r to Poll
lusagcs the H
: clmracterrof,the Bank of West Florida ,nt between that point and the town of Ma
J. 25 IW brls. No. I, 3MpereCii a view lia, goods or cotton no-- Quinine.Pchetier's .
on public r.t either will
., \lh t credulity-the undersigned forwarded place be.. : Pch uer's Quinine just rec
Segars, Coffee, &c. takes this'method of by them ata reasonable i 1 Oa ,
asserting freight. will
t A r<*n Seeds fiwb, ; ; sthution and its solvency of the in- purchase cotton, hides, and deer skins They ccivcd from New York, for sae low.
to redeem its and will have
notes SEIXAS
the E. ,
jfV11- ,
f Jufcfeand holders constantly onland
LwnvJ ':which an extensive
nre invited ,
onSYrup to of t
present them .I. goods
at thc Druggist, Magnolia.
: .tvw lI l rorm r-o\SSORTpNT Eank.m. Appalachicola. and receive the SPECIE. descriptions and such as Provisions, Gi'vies, Hard 29 lf oj
Hallow May 41
r- XTCP .: lay tern13"to m 1eJ'S. ''. WM. BROOKS, Prcs't. Tin-ware ware, English and American Dry-Goods, .
i Drus
> ,A'I' (- Ba'k of West Florida. Medicines, Hats, Saddles Shoes
v pf
% Crockery and BLANK BILLS OF wt
ppaJtcl1itolb lO J Glassware Salt
Juy L8321
iW- 4w. Merck ; Iroi1r Steel, Nails &c.
v t V v 1 13thJ63 60tf I ted andtjo sale thit3 Offico.LLZ .


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